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PLAY -BY. PLAY REPORT
OF YESTERDAY'S GAME
air la-Mias Yaaka FVnl
Ta piavrs rrwi is tkr-ir povi- iraniLim.
tions oa th lu-Id wi:k hai d-rror.
Varrd ax th not? Ai hit t to a
r'nfi hnrtt ItiTo rh a CorriM
at-sx Vo.jr of tint to ifaca the , prj inlrt batjry box.
pUtv - - ; Aldntr" tbrw op a fw t-i
"Th woriil aeriM arer af Cooh whiPf the hand teurruni
vb Tm tar ame." aald Doav? i from th field,
bask ffriBlr. a b fa-rr1ntndd J Cooma ap: Strike on. call-d.
ikd yvckiaiE of Pirate kata aad : Aid rid sai ia a tmr oa the
aaiforma lor tb overniffbt trip I iaidr. Ball oa. ontatde. ( oomh,
10 N-W York ' nt P a bixb 1'ty to Ctamkart.
Tk obi. fello. are UK ! ... KoTn "P". Hal1
y .ptk mil. bat well Vlrlm Grantham
'em ym . j Rnlh np; jj.rJki? cna railed..
Lee Meadow. b.pctjv-ld rt- , Ball one.iaside. Poal. ftrik two.
eran at th PltUbarak pitchiac rhi wa a rfilr atonr th rirht
likld foal lin. Kutk truck out (ioo h fruld out
and tk croad howli. He aw ante m ho arrd orr i
Pipara Ilaed oct to
No run, on bit. no
ataff. . will atari a ft a hi at tke
American lea go rbampioaa at
the Yankee atadiam tomorrow.
Ijm Hope
Xadow t Jnn about Donie
Boab a lart. kope. atlil kaa
(arm mi Hill In rwrt(. bat there
H a wideepread t-d-n In -baseball
-irtJeir' that the Yankees would
find Cerava made to order for
tbm. . John Milja. who relieved
Remy Krnir In the opening
lEame. lookn to b the b-t pit-her
ttnah k on hia ataff.
fJdotn ha a tam fn a rham
ploaahip arle mad aurk a nlf-erable-ahowina
aa the Pirate
hare thua far In the rurrnt ao
r ailed cla?ir.
Antf I I do m )im a Hall rlub
taken promp'f-r atvanae t th
"brakik" In .. farnr than th
Nw York Yaiik hav in the
two Mm In I'itt-hiirrh.
In th- third tnnttiK. whn they
lM-aanfn '-r. h Yank had
aolred th purr of A Id rid k
which liafld thftn at the ftart.
wbfh halld thm at th atar.
hlncie'.to rlsht f.M. On a hit
and run play Mark KoniK
lappl on 'hrouKh th hot.
Comb. ta off Ilk a flah with
th pjtrh and wh nar!r to
third ynfor I. lord Van-r, ra--Int:
In from rn'nr fi'M. mifed
th hall arid let It roll b'twn
liia ! to th fnr. If wan a
flmpl matter for f'omlw to tuk
up hij atrid and rontlnud on
hora.;A'hil Kofnti rated all th
Vfnml Inninc I'irat:
Trayti'.r np: P:-xra 'hreramt
Traynr at flrt.
Grantham np: Strike one call--d
Tb-ia Weit a r-.irv?, ahouldr
htrch OrantLja. not a injr!e int
center.
Harr np: Ball on ontafd.
Strik oi awnnx. Harris wn:
aftr a wid rnrre. (iehrir tx
Harri xrwunde-r imd tom bd
firat. Crantham f:o;ajc to -ond.
(ioorb np: S)nk on railed.
Thi waa a low cdtt. Hall on
hirh Hill two ontid'. hich.
to fV-mnneh
the Yinkee
-at a third trik. It waa a low hnrh to make th ratrk
enrre oa the otitcide. l'o runi". one hit. no rrorn.
Oekrix np: Fool, strike on-. Tlitnl InnitiK Y-tnk:
So tar Aldridg' had thrown ncth- Combs np: r'oul rtrik on
leg hot rnrre balU. ' (Ball on hifrh Foul strike two.
Ball civ. hith. Ball two. inald. 'Bail two. high. Hall thr. out
Ball three, high. f.-nrin rot a gide. CorHw got a pinsle into
baae on balla. th foar lall Tm- rijrht. th- hall bonnring out of
inc inside. hih. ; rant ha a. 'a r4 h.
Mal op: Ball one, high. Koenig up: Sirike 1. railed
out id. Ball two. outside. Sink.- Ko-nig singled Into tn'r and
one. railed. Tbi carve cut the . whn !.. VVanr I-t th ball go
inside corner. - Strike two. through him Comb scored and
swung. mis wa anoimr enrve Konie w;nt to thirdr
Aldndajf Ruth nn: K.ill on high, out
first. .jfH- Hatll two hifPh ICoa.nt.kv
but on the cuttid.
threw ont Meuil
No runs, on hit. no errors.
Kir-! Inning: I'trat-
Pipgras warmed ap as L.
Winer came to th plat
I,. WiDf-r up: Ball one. in id-.
Strike one. called. This was a
fa.st hall over tb ce-ntr of th'
piat Fonl. atrik two. I,. U'an
er got a three-has hit to l-ft
by fast running.
Harnhart up: Foul, n'ril- one.
Th Yankee infield was playing
hak. Sirik- two. failed. Thi
was a r-urr on the Id tide. Foul.
L. Waner iw 'jr-d on Harnhart u
sa-rltir fly. io It nth in tW p
right.
I. Waner tip: Foul. strike
one. p. Wan r lah'-d a hard
drfr into the e-mporary nx-it ,
w hih w a.Ler-d the o f-upant.
Foul, strike two. Hall on, hit'h.
fnpide. Wan-r had to din k this
one. Hall two. in-'id', piprras
complain"d hat Cnipir'- Naliin
had mixM'-d thif on. Fonl. Foul.
Pipgras wan keeping th ball high
and out sid tor P Want r. Hall
scored on Kafh sarrifir fl
I. Waner.
Gehrig np: Gehrig got a lonx
hit to right for two bases.
Muftl up: Mens) got a hit
to the Inflied which Wright was
barely ab to kn'k down. Oe.
r;g going to third.
std-. Pipgras fanned, swingtac
for the tiiird atrik.
Combs up Ball one. inside
fir.k on, swung. Strike two,
swung Atdndge was irsiag a
rurire. shoulder high. Cumba
fanned, swinging for a third
strike
No runs, no htis. no rrrs.
Founb limine l'trul-N
Wright up: Tke irowj
cbeexing for a Pirate rally. Ball
one. - hiith. Inside. Wright nt
up a. high fly to Combs, who had
to rare in to- make the catch
Tumor np: Uall cn. hfph.
Foui. ctrikf on. Hall two. in
sid. Hail three. Mr ke two, i-W
d. Traylor got a iwt rashtf into
l ft renter.
tiranham up: Grantham foal
ed (out to Dagan who mad the
-at( h with n hand. leaning
cvr the tmporary b-xe.
Harrts up: Harris sent np a
high fly to Ruth
j ruas. one nit aad no errors,
rifih liinliifc l'trats
Goo. h up: Ball on. high.
Strike cn. railed. It was a
curv on the out .id comer.
Foul, strike two. Ball two. out
ide. Pipgras .sd out Gooch
Aldridg up: Aldridg fould
out to BnKOiigh.
I. Wani up; I.. Waner flied
out to Combs.
No runs, no aits, no rrors.
Fifth Inning Yauikeew
Koemg up. ball one. ontide.
Strike one. called. Koenig flied
rnt to P. Wanr
Kutk up: Half on, wid. Ball
two. inide. Hall ibr. cutsid.
Babe wj given a baae on balls.
Cihrig np' .Strike on, swung.
B.UI one. high, inside. Ball two.
low, outtio. This wat a slow
ball but .hrg wasn't temptd.
.hrig flied out lo L. Waar in
way abound lo third before the three, high Foul, Foul.
other ,1'trafe otitffelders had re
irievetl lb ball.
TM was bad enough hn( th
Yankee wr. not through. Bain
Ttootb, who drew a few good
nature boo for his Ktrlk-out
Jn tk Tir-t inning, liftd a fly
to ""telawd Waner fn deep renter.
8a fur hferk was Wanr when
b made the cairh that Koenig
merely trotted home after Ih
ball was In Lloyd s glove. Ani
then, with no one on ba th
American leagurs went right on
coring "
Hig lon Gehrig, anxious to get
a hoffler before th Babe, bnsted
one tip pgafnst th concrete wall
In right field for two bases. Hob
Meusel hit a alow one down to
Glenn- Wright and It went for a
single when the Pirate shortstop
fielded It slowly. Gehrig taking
third, lairl sent a long sar ri
fle fly soaring ont to distant
right field and Gehrig came In
with he tkird run or the tuning.
P.
Waner fanned, taking a third
called strike. If was a fast one
on th inside ortter.
Wright up: Foul, strike I.
Ball one. high. W rig hi sent up
a high one to Bamlnno and the
Pirate- went back to the field
Heifind Inning Yank:
Lazzeri up Hall one hiyh. l.nt
7ri lelt down dii'kiiig this one.
Strike on called. This was a
sweeping eurve. Hull two out
side. Strike two. swung Bull
three, low OlltMde. .4tl-T fplah-
ed a hit off A Id ridge, glove.
fugan tip. Foul strik on.
The hit and run play w.is on hut
Impju fould the ball. Hill one
high ln.!d. Hall two tnlde.
Foul strike two. Th Yanks
were trying to hit and run ag.ifn.
Foul. Iugan fouled out to Gooch.
Bengough up: Hull on high.
Hen go ii ten sent uu a hlh foul
to GofK-h.
Pipuras up: Ball one. high ln
klde. Ball two high. Foul strike
one. Pipgras tried to hit the1
r ripple. Strike two. culled. This
waa a low curve. Hall three, out-,
ffTft 1 and Wtt'h y
leazzerl np: Hall on, low out- ..nd on ih catch. It was a
j-H-rllice.
Xetisel up. Fonl. strik one.
Foul, ajtrike twx Hetll one. high.
Ball two. outside MetiMel struck
out. r-winging for a third stnk'-.
So nn-. no hlts.no errors.
Mfxtti ItinliiK Yankef
A7fT up: Aldirdge took a
kng warm-up In the bos. Hall
ou. high, in-id". Hall two, high,
oituirie. Aldridg was still throw
ing in curve-. Strike on, chIIwI.
P. Wan r look l.;i.Tzerln long
drive up apain-t the wall.
Ouge.n up: Dugnn lathd a
Pintle to i.-ft, hitting the first
bull pi" hen.
Heng'jtigh up; Strtkfj one, call
ed. Foul, strike two, Rengough
flid out to ., Waner.
Plpgrag up: KmiI. strike one
PMI one.- high' Inside. Ball two.
putld Strike two. swung. Pip
gras got a single into right, Ou
ran halting at second.
I oombs up: Hall on, outside.
Strike one. called. This was a
vide curve. Bull two, high. Foul,
strike two. Foul. t. Waner
rnlied Ccm hi of a long hit by
making a raeh near the flag-
to poI in deep center. This catch
av.-d two runs
e. , No runs, two, hits, no errors.
Sl.lh tuning PI rate
Hfrnhart up: . Ball on, out-
Fid. Strike cne. tailed. Gehrig
scored t,n .azzert's sat -rifle fjy
fo Paul Waner) Mnsi going to
jeoiid on the throw-In.
ruaan up: Strike one called.
BhII on high. I lutein filed out
to P. Wanr.
Third Inuinx Pirate :
Aldridg up. Hall one tus!de.
S'rlk one swung. He went aft.r
a ball around his neck. Ball
two. inid low f jizzerl tohk
Alilrfdg's lin'- drive.
f. Waner up: Foul strike one.
I.. Waner trUd tr bunt but the
bill went font. Foul strlk two.
Hall on high. Foul. I.azzerf
took I. Waiter's hopper and toss
ed him out.
Birnhart up: Ball on Inside
Hall two ' Inside. Pipgras was
keeping r h bail r loe to Barn
hart. Foul tnk on. BarnUart
-J.-.he-'l a single over the middle
ha -I
P. Waner up: Hall one. low la
slde. P. Waner -nt up a bUh
f'y to Mencj.
No runs, ont hit. no errors.
Fourth Inning Yimkees
BengOMgh up Hall on. Out
side. Mi agough lined cut
I.. Waner.
Pipgras np: Foul, strike cn. .
r-all one. high. Boll two. inside.
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