The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on September 28, 1950 · 26
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26 The Gazette and Daily, York; Pa., SPORTS Thursc,ay Morning, September 28, 1 950 Boston Bumped From Pennant Race By Senators Red Sox lose last slim hope of winning as lowly Washington gains 2-0 and 6-3 decisions. Gene Bearden, victor in 1948 playoff game, administers death blow. Boston, Sept. 27 MP) Boston hopes for an American league pennant were dashed completely today when the Washington Senators twice whipped the Red Sox, 2-0 and 6-3. And the young man who drove the final spike into the Sox was the same one who beat them in the pennant playoff game in 1948 -Gene Bearden. The lefthanded knuckleballer, who pitched Cleveland to victory two years ago, won today's second game. Cuban righthander Conrado Marrero blanked the Sox in the opener. It was the third shutout for the Sox this year. They had been blanked previously by Ray Scarborough, then pitching for Washington, and the New York Yankees' Ed Lopat. The Sox now have won 91 games, lost 59 and have four to play. Even if the Bostonians should win all four they still would be unable to catch the leading Yankees who have a 96-55 record with three games to go. The Sox also trail the runnerup Detroit Tigers by two full games. This was the third successive year the Sox have been thwarted after making great stretch drives. Last season they lost the pennant on the final day of the campaign to the Yankees. Williams Hitless Marrero and Bearden gained their first victories of the season over the Red Sox by throttling the power hitters. Ted Williams was Ihitless in nine times at bat. He drove in one run with a long fly. Vern Stephens got one scratch hit in nine trips. Walt Dropo made one hit in eight turns at bat. Bob Doerr was the only one of the Boston sluggers with more than one safety. He got three in eight. The Senators won the opener with two runs on five singles in the fourth inning. They wrapped up the second game by scoring four times in the opening inning on six hits, five of which drove out the starting Wil-lard Nixon. Sam Dente hit his second homer of the season. It came in the third and found Mickey Vernon on base. (First Game) WASHINGTON BOSTON aorhoa abrhoa Yost,3b 4 0 12 HDiM'gio.cf 3 0 0 3 0 Coan.lf 4 0 2 7 0Pesky,3b 2 0 10 1 Noren, ef 4 0 0 5 0, Wil'ams.lf 4 0 0 1 0 Vernon.lb 4 1 2 7 0;Steph'ns,ss 4 0 0 2 3 istewart.rt 4 12 1 0! Dropo. lb 4 0 18 1 M'haels,2b 3 0 1 0 2!D0err,2b Dente.ss 4 0 10 lZarilla,rf 3 0 0 5 lTebbetts,c Grasso.c Marrero, p 2 0 0 0 0 a-Hatfield Batts.c 4 0 15 2 4 0 13 1 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Second Game) WASHINGTON BOSTON Yost, 3b Coan.lf Vernon, lb Noren. ci Stewart, rf M'haels.2b Dente.ss Okrie.c Bearden, p aornoa abrhoa 2 11-34 DiM'glo.cf 4 0 3 5 0 5 0 0 1 0!Pesky,3b 4 2 210 liWilliams.If 112 0Steph'ns,ss 113 OlDropo.lb 0 0 5 4!Doerr,2b 1 2 0 4Vollmer,rf 4 4 4 4 3 0 1 3 0 1 ORosar.c 2 Nixon, p L'tlefield.p a-Piersall M'terson.p b-Tebbetts c -Hat field Kinder.p d-Batts Parnell. p . e-G'odman b-Goodman 1 0 0 0 0 Dobson.p 1 0 0 0 1 McDer'ttp 2 0 10 1 Total 32 2 9 27 5! Total 32 0 6 2710 a-Ran for Tebbetts in 7th. b-C- lied out on strikes for Batts in 9th. Washington 000 200 00 02 Boston 000 00 0 00 00 E Pesky. RBI Michaels 2. 2B Stewart. SB Coan. S Marrero. DP Doerr and Dropo- Zarilla and Tebbetts; Stephens, Doerr and Dropo. Left Washington 7; Boston 8. BB Marrero 3, Dobson 1, Mc-Dermo t 2. SO Marrero 3, Dobson 3, Mc-Dermott 1. HO Dobson 8 in 4 innings (faced 2 batters in 5th); McDermott 1 in 5. Winner Marrero (6-10). Loser Dobson (15-10). U Rommel, Paparella, Hurley and Hubbard. AMERICAN LEAGUE YES'iERDAY'S SCORES Athletics 8, New York 7 Washington 2, Boston 0 Washington 6, Boston 3 (2nd game) Detroit 5, St. Louis 4 Cleveland 7, Chicago 0 (night) STANDING OF THE TEAMS W L Pet. G.B. New York 96 5o .636 Detioit 93 57 .620 2,4 Boston .' 91 59 .607 4V4 Cleveland 90 61 .596 6 Washington 67 84 .444 29 Chicago 58 93 .384 38 St. Louis .- 57 93 .380 38 ',4 Athletics 51 101 .336 45 ,4 TODAY'S SCHEDULE New York at Philadelphia Boston at Washington St. Louis at Detroit Others not scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S SCORES New York 8, Phillies 7 (10 innings) New York 5, Phillies 0 (2nd game) Brooklyn 9. Boston 6 Bosto.. 4, Brooklyn 2 (2nd game) Pittsburgh 7. Chicago 4 St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 0 (night) STANDING oFTHE TEAMS W L Pet. G.B. Phillies 90 60 .600 Brooklyn 85 63 .574 4 Boston 82 66 .554 7 New York 82 68 .547 8 St. Louis 74 74 .500 15 Cincinnati 64 85 .450 25 V Chicago 63 86 ;423 26 Vt Pittsburgh 56 94 .373 34 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Phillies at New York (2 Boston at Brooklyn (2) Cincinnati at St. Louis (night) No others scheduled Kiner Hs.-ncrs As Sues Defeat Chicago, 7 To 4 Chicago, Sept. 27 UP) The Chicago Cubs got away to a four run lead in the first inning today, but the Pittsburgh Pirates tied the score in the second inning and went on to win, 7 to 4, before a crowd of 4,783. Ralph Kiner hit his 47th homer of the year in the fifth inning. There were other homers by Andy Pafko, Carl Sawatski, Gus Bell and Jack Phillips. The Pirates made 14 hits off Johnny Klippstein, Warren Hacker, Walt Dubiel and Doyle Lade. Vernon Law stopped the Cubs after they had disposed of Bob Chesnes in the first inning. PITTSBURGH CHICAGO abrhoa abrhoa Jackson, 3b 4 0 0 2 1 Jeffcoat.rf 4 0 0 2 1 Dill'eer,3b 4 0 2 0 2 O'Con'll.ss 5 0 13 2 Kiner.lt 5 1 1 4 01 Ward, lb W'tlake.cf 3 10 2 OlSauer.lf Bell.rf Phillips, lb Mueller.c B'rdino,2b Chesnes.p a-Stevens b-Rojek Law.p 4 13 4 OlPafko.cf 4 2 210 OlSawatski.c 4 0 3 3 0 Smalley.ss 3 11 1 5iT'wil'er,2b 0 0 0 0 lKlippst'n,p 10 10 OIHacker.p 0 1 0 0 0 c--Chiti 3 0 0 0 llDubiel.p d-Mauro JLade.p 3 10 6 1 3 113 1 4 1111 4 12 5 1 3 0 0 4 2 3 0 13 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 111 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 1 5 0 0 0 0 5 110 1 4 0 010 0 4 12 10 3 0 12 0 '40192 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 110 0 0 total 33 6 9 27 15 Totnl 38 3 11 07 S a-Mnglea lor LUtlelteld in 3rd. b-Singled for Masterson in 4th. c-Ran for Tebbetts in 4th. -' d-Groundod out for Kinder in 6th. p-Safe on error for Parnell in 9th. Washington 402 000 00 06 Boston 000 200 00 13 E Vernon. RBI Noren, Vernon, Dente 3, Okile. Rosar, Tebbetts, Williams. 2B Yost, Noren. DiMaggio, Vernon, Doerr. HR Dente. SB Doerr. S Yost, Bearden. UP Yost. Michaels and Vernon. Left Washington 5; Boston 11. BB Bearden 3, I.ittlefield 1. Parnell 1. SO Bearden 2, Wixon 1, Masterson 2, Kinder 1, Parnell I. HO Nixon 5 in ; Llttleflold 3 in 2; Masterson 1 in 1 ; Kinder 0 In 2: Parnell t) in 3. HBP Parnell (Okrle). Winner Bcanien (4-8). Loser Nixon (8-6). U Paparella, Hurley, Hubbard and Rommel. Total 36 7 14 27 111 Total 31 4 7 27 14 a-Stevens singled for Chesnes in 2nd. b-Rojek ran for Stevens in 2nd. c-Chiti grounded out for Hacker in 2nd. d-Mauro singled for Dubiel in 8th. Pittsburgh , 040 110 01 07 Chicago 400 000 00 04 E Sauer, Jackson. RBI Pafko 3, Sawatski. Bell, Stevens, Dillinger, Kiner, Phillips. 2B Dillinger, Terwilliger, O'Con-nell. HR Pafko, Sawatski, Bell, Kiner, Phillips. DP O'Connell, Berardino and Phillips; Smalley, Terwilliger and Ward. Left Pittsburgh 5; Chicago 3. BB Off Chesnes 2, Klippstein 1, Hacker 1, Lade 1. SO Hacker 1, Dubiel 3, Law 1. HO Off Klippstein 2 in 1 inning (pitched to 2 men in 2nd); Hacker 2 in 1; Chesnes 2 in 1; Lade 0 in 1; Law 5 in 8; Dubiel 10 in 6. HBP Smalley (bv Chesnes). Winner Law (7-9). Loser Dubiel (6-10). U Gore, Stewart and Conlan. Cards Shutout Reds Behind Brecheen, 1-0 St. Louis, Sept. 27 UP) Harry Brecheen pitched a three-hit, 1-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds tonight, but Willard Ramsdell also held the Cardinals to three hits, and it was a first-inning error by first baseman Ted Kluszewski that let in the winning run. Thus the Cards climbed back to the .500 mark, with 74 games won and 74 lost. Peanuts Lowrey singled in the first, and got to second on an infield out. On another infield out Kluszewski tried to nail Lowrey at third but threw low and Lowrey scored. CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS abrhoa abrhoa Adams, 2b 4 0 1 2 4'Lowrey,2b 3 113 2 Usher.cf 4 0 0 0 0 Wy'stek.rf 4 0 12 0 Klus'ki.lb 3 0 010 1 Adcock.lf Pramesa.c Hatton.3b Stallc'p.ss 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 3 0 3 0 12 5 0 0 3 1 Ramsd'll.p 2 0 0 0 1 Sch'enst.ss Musial, lb Si'ghter.rf How'ton.cf H.Rice.lf Kazak,3b D.Rice.c Brecheen, p 4 0 0 3 4 3 0 18 0 10 10 0 3 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 1 1 Total 28 0 3 24 12 Total 25 1 3 27 9 Cincinnati 000 000 00 00 St. Louis 100 000 00 x 1 E Kluszewski, Pramesa. 2B Slaughter. S Ramsdell. DP Kluszewski, Stallcup and Kluszewski; Lowrey, Schoendients and Musial; Adams and Stallcup. Left Cincinnati 3; St. Louis 4. BB Ramsdell 3, Brecheen 1. SO Ramsdell 2, Brecheen 6. HBP By Ramsdell (Lowrey). Winner Brecheen (8-11). Loser Ramsdell (8-11). U Robb, Pinelli and Boggess. Yankees, DiMaggio And Ford Stopped By Athletics, 8 To 7 The Brooklyn Dodgers have drawn more than 1,000,000 fans to Ebbets Field in nine of their last 11 seasons. Syracuse University's football team averaged 23 points a game last season and still lost more games than it won. Loss cuts lead to 2'z games. DiMaggio hitless first time in 20 games. Sam Chapman's ninth-inning homer hands rookie Ford his first defeat. Philadelphia, Sept. 27 UP) Sam Chapman snapped out of a paralyzing slump with a' dramatic ninth inning home run with Ferris Fain on base to beat the New York Yankees 8 to 7 and extend the American league pennant race at least one more day. And adding insult to injury, Chapman's blast into the left field seats on a three-ball two-strike count pitch, lowered the boom on the Yankees' sensational rookie pitcher Ed Ford. The 21-year-old left hander had won nine straight games before today. Ford came in to pitch in the seventh after Davis And Smith Meet This Evening Local Junior High school football teams open season with league clash at Small Athletic field. Bands to play. Edgar Fahs Smith and Phineas Davis will swing into the 1950 football orbit by the simple procedure of playing each other this evening in a Central Penn Junior High league game at 7:30 o'clock on the Small Athletic field. Yesterday the other York Junior High school, Hannah Penn, jumped off to a win and tonight's rivals .would like to duplicate the feat. Quite naturally, only one team can hope join Hannah in the winner's circle but both will be trying hard as they get their initial taste of gridiron warfare. For many lads on both teams tonight's game will be the first of their young lives which should result in a maximum off excitment and action but, most likely, a mim-imum of football polish. In addition to the football game fans of the two schools will be treated to a triple-threat musical treat when the bands from all three local Junior High schools assemble to perform in their brand new, colorful costumes. Motion pictures of the bands will be taken by Jesse Brown for the film library of the schools. It is planned to make the movies available to PTA groups, civic organizations and the community in general. New Coach Davis, which will serve as host in tonight's clash, will be under the guidance of a new coach, Charles Falkler. One of Davis' former football and basketball stars, Falkler, who later starred at York High and Gettysburg college, also is basketball coach and this season succeeded Tom Chan-tiles as football mentor. Falkler . narrowly missed tonight's game and had to curtail last-minute practices because of a Virus-X visit. However, he expects to be directing the squad this evening. With only one bona-fide veteran from last year's squad, Falkler said his group is certain to be green but scrappy and determined. At ends will be Einsig and Liberto; at tackle will be Fisher, Eichelberger or Bair; guards will be selected from among Summers, King and Eisen-smith with Ayres starting at center. Backs likely to see the most action are Danley, Fissel, Heil-mnd, Paules and Potts. Paul Stover, Edgar Fahs Smith, coach, also is working with new material. He suffered a tough setback last week when his fullback, Ed Fink, fractured a bone in the left ankle and will be lost the remainder of the season. Stover said Falkenstine and Sprenkle will start at the end spots; Miller and Foust will play tackles; at guards will be Bortner, Gilbert, Einsig or Steigelman. Gary Hartman will hold down the center spot while the starting backs will be Carmen Swartz, Ken Link, Spiese and Jack Bratton. Two other Central league games will be played this afternoon with Camp Curtin playing Edward Hand in Lancaster and John Reynolds going to Lebanon to meet Warren Harding. Scatback Earle Mundell, at five feet, four inches and 155 pounds, is the smallest man on the Penn State football squad. Johnny Hopp batted for starter Ed Lopat. As a result of the sudden-like Chapman poke, the Yankees still need two victories or two Detroit defeats or a combination of the two, to win their 17th junior circuit flag. Chapman, the likeable Californ-ian, had gone 10 times at bat before he connected on Ford. The big outfielder hadn't driven a run home in 19 games. Even today, against Lopat and Ford, his previous best was an infield out hopper. The one-out, last-ditch homer spoiled a great Yankee rally which produced six runs in the seventh inning off starting pitcher Joe Coleman, the A's sore armed righthander. As promised, Philadelphia manager Connie Mack started Coleman who hadn't won a game in 1950. Mack used Coleman against petrSit last week and the hurler was blasted for six runs in the first inning. The 87-year-old Mack said then he would start his onetime ace against New York. For six innings it looked like the ' Yankees were staring a gift horse in the mouth. Coleman showed no signs of the sore arm that has bothered him since last April. He checked the Bronx Bombers with two hits and his mates took advantage of a costly error by the usually reliable 'Phil Rizzuto at shortstop to score four runs in the first inning. Third baseman Pete Suder's eighth homer in the third gave the last place A's a 5 to 0 lead. Paul Lehner opened the game with a single to center and moved to second when Elmer Valo bloop-ed a hit into left. Fain walked and when Chapman hit to Bobby Brown at third, Lehner was foced at the plate. Billy Hitchcock hit a routine double play ball to Rizzuto but the little guy hobbled the ball, a run scored and the bases remained loaded. Three successive singles by Suder, Eddie Joost and Joe Tiptbn scored three more, runs before Lopat struck out Coleman. Chuncky Yogi Berra made the first Yankee hit, his 26th home run, over the right field wall in the fourth. Coleman then passed Joe DiMaggio, who failed to hit today for the first time in 20 games, i Bobby Brown singled and Hank Bauer was safe on an error to load the bases but Gerry Coleman hit into a double play.- The Yanks caught up . with pitcher Coleman in the seventh. Lead-off batter Gerry Colman singled to left. Pinch hitter Johnny Hopp rifled a two bagger to the left field corner and Gene Wood-ling singled home two runs.' r , Rizzuto bounced to Suder but everybody was safe when the third baseman threw to second too late to get Woodling. Berra lashed his 27th homer over the right field wall and the Yankees led 6 to 5. Johnny Mize cracked his 25th circuit clout to make it 7 to 5 before the inning was over. ' Valo and Fain singled back to back in the seventh and Valo scored when Billy Johnson now playing for Brown threw wild past Hopp. Joe Coleman retired for a pinch hitter in the eighth and righthander Bob Hooper came in to put the Yanks down in the ninth. Then came Chapman's wallop after Fain had walked. NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA abrhoa abrhoa Wdling.lf 5 12 4 0 Rizzuto, ss 5 10 2 2 Berra, c 5 2220 DiM'gio.cf 3 0 0 2 0 Mize. lb 4 116 1 Ford.p 1 0 1 1 0 Brown,3b 3 0 112 John'n,3b Bauer, rf Lehner.lf Valo.rf Fain, lb Chap'an.cf Hitch'k.2b Suder,3b Joost.ss Tipton, c 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 G.Col'n,2b 4 111 3 a-Astroth Lopat, p 0 0 0 0 OiHooper.p Hopp, ID l l l 4 u 5 0 15 0 5 2 3 1 0 3 2 210 1 5 2 12 0 4 0 0 3 5 4 2 2 0 1 4 0 13 5 3 0 13 1 Tigers Win To Keep In Fight ' Defeat St. Louis, 5 to 4, and maintain last-ditch chance to win American league pennant. Detroit, Sept. 27 UP) The Detroit Tigers found their claws again today as they outfought the St. Louis Browns 5-4 to pick up a full game in the American league race and keep their slender pennant hopes alive. The win moved the Tigers to within 2V2 games of the pace-setting Ne.w York Yankees who bowed to Philadelphia. Ironically it was played before only 3,335 fans smallest turnout of the year at Briggs Stadium. The Detroit attack, which had been almost non-existent in the last few games, showed its old-time form on two occasions today and that was all the Tigers needed to nose out the hard-fighting St. Louis club. Detroit bunched four hits, in- ciuaing fat Mumn s iourtn homer, in a four-run sixth inning to take a 4-1 lead which Art Houtteman could not hold as he yielded a run in the seventh. Houtteman, making his second try for win No. 20, finally was shelled out in the St. Louis ninth as the Brownies hammered home a pair of runs to tie it at 4-all. Former Tiger Stubby Overmire, who had won his last three games, took over St. Louis' pitching duties in the ninth and was greeted by a booming triple off Johnny Groth's bat. The Browns walked the next two men intentionally to load the bases for pinch-hitter Hoot Evers, whose long fly enabled Groth to scoot home with the winning run. ST. LOUIS at r A o a Wood.rMf Cole an.cf Moss.c c-Pillette Ov'rmire.p K'kos.lf-rf Lenh'dt,3b Arft.lb Som'ers,2b Upton, ss b-Sievers Demars.ss Starr, p a-Delsing Garver.p , Lollar.c 5 0 14 0 4 113 0 4 0 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 110 2 0 0 1 1 0 9 0 Priddy,2b Keu,3b Mullin.lf Keller.rf Groth, cf Kollo'ay.lb Lipon.ss Ginsbere.c 2 2 2ld-Evers 1 2 3IHoutt'an,p 1 0 OIWhite.D o u u DETROIT ab r h 0 a 4 113 1 4 12 4 12 4 0 0 4 11 10 0 1 0 01 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 Total 34 4 10 25x8 1 Total 31 5 8 27 10 x-One out when winning run scored. a-Singled lor Starr in 7th. b-Doubled for Upton in 9th. c-Ran for Moss in 9th. d-Flied out for Ginsberg in 9th. St. Louis 0 0 5 . O 1 0 10 24 Detroit 000 004 00 15 E None. RBI Wood 2, Coleman, Moss, Keli, Mullin 3, Evers. 2B Wood, Som-mers, Sievers, Coleman. 3B Groth. HR Mullin. S Lenhardt, Houtteman. Left St. Louis 9; Detroit 5. BB Garver 1, Over-mir 2, Houtteman 5. SO Starr 1, Garver 1, Houtteman 1. HO Starr 5 in 6 innings; Garver 2 in 2; Overmire 1 in Houtteman 10 in 8; White 0 in WinnerWhite (8-6). Loser Overmire (8-12). U Summers, Stevens and Grieve. Baseball's Big Six (By The Associated Press) LEADING BATSMEN Player and Club G AB K H Pet. Goodman, Red Sox 110 424 89 150 .354 Musial, Cardinals 141 539 102 186 .345 Keli, Tigers 153 626 112 211 .337 Robinson, Dodgers 138 496 98 164 . 331 Doby, Indians , 139 495 108 161 .325 Snider, Dodgers 146 595 106 188 . 316 J.Cole'an.p 3 0 0 0 0 o v u u u 0 0 0 0 0 Total 36 7 9x25 8 Total 36 8 11 27 13 a-Walked for J. Coleman in 8th. ' x-One out when winning run was scored. New York 000 100 60 07 Philadelphia 401 000 10 28 E Rizzuto, Suder, Johnson. RBI Hitchcock, Suder 3, Joost. Chapman 2. Berra 4, Woodling 2, Mize. 2B Hopp. HR Suder, Berra 2, Mize, Chapman. DP Mize, Rizzuto and Mize; Joost, Hitchcock and Fain; Joost, Hitchcock and Fain and Tipton. Lert New York 8; Philadelphia 7. BB Lopa: 2, Ford 2. Coleman 6. SO Lopat 1, Coleman 2. HO Lopat 8 in 6 innings; Coleman 8 in 8; Ford 3 in 2 hi; Hooper 1 In 1. Winner Hooper (15-10). Loser Ford (9-1). U Mckinley, McGowan and Passar-ella. Northern League To Have Trophy Dinner A trophy banquet of the Northern York County Baseball league will be held Saturday at 6;45 p.m. in the basement of the Goldsboro Fire hall. There will be guest speakers and a dance will follow the banquet. The Ladies' auxiliary of the Goldsboro company is planning to jserve a turkey meal. RUNS BATTED IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Ennis, Phillies 125 Kiner, Pirates 117 Hodges, Dodgers Ill AMERICAN LEAGUE Stephens, Red Sox 144 Dropo, Red Sox 143 DiMaggio, Yankees 122 Wertz, Tigers 122 HOME RUNS! NATIONAL LEAGUE Kiner Pirates 47 Pafko, Cubs -.. . 36 Hodges, Dodgers 32 AMERICAN LEAGUE Rosen, Indians 37 Dropo, Red Sox 34 DiMaggio, Yankees 32 Benny Stewart, brilliant local basketball player, has returned to his studies at Villanova college. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stewart, 1477 West Princess street, will be a junior. Last year he was a member of the Villanova varsity cage squad. Big League Pennanf Races Af A Glance By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. G.B. G.L. Philadelphia ...90 60 .600 4 Brooklyn K....85 63 .574 4 6 REMAINING GAMES Philadelphia at home (0), Away (4) New York 2. Brooklyn 2. Brooklyn at home 16) Boston 4,- Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. G.B. G.L. New York 96 55 .636 3 Detroit 93 57 .620 2 Mi 4 v REMAINING GAMES New" York at home (0). Away (3) Philadelphia it Boston 2. Detroit at home (4) St. Louis 1, Cleveland 3.

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