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Old 11-06-2018, 01:26 AM   #6
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APRIL 18, 1910
The Tigers began a three game series at home today against the St Louis Browns.

The Tigers signed pitching coach Marshall Anderson to a 1-year, $122 per year contract.

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Brooklyn Superbas
2. New York Highlanders
3. St Louis Cardinals
4. Cincinnati Reds
5. Detroit Tigers
6. St Louis Browns
7. New York Giants
8. Philadelphia Athletics
9. Washington Senators
10. Boston Doves
11. Chicago White Sox
12. Cleveland Naps
13. Chicago Cubs
14. Pittsburgh Pirates
15. Boston Red Sox
16. Philadelphia Phillies

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 1-2 at Boston 0-3
New York 3-0 at Philadelphia 2-1
Cleveland 1-3 at Chicago 1-3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 0-3 at Brooklyn 3-0
Pittsburgh 1-3 at Cincinnati 3-1
Boston 1-2 at New York 2-1
Chicago 1-3 at St Louis 3-1

ST LOUIS BROWNS (3-1) AT DETROIT TIGERS (3-1)
MATCHUPS
SP Joe Lake vs Bill Donovan Advantage St Louis
C Jim Stephens vs Oscar Stanage Advantage Push
1B Bill Abstein vs Tom Jones Advantage Detroit
2B Frank Truesdale vs Jim Delahanty Advantage Detroit
3B Roy Hartzell vs George Moriarty Advantage Push
SS Bobby Wallace vs Donie Bush Advantage Detroit
LF Moose McCormick vs Matty McIntyre Advantage Detroit
CF Ray Demmitt vs Ty Cobb Advantage Detroit
RF George R Stone vs Sam Crawford Advantage Detroit
Overall Advantage Detroit

In the top of the first, McCormick put the Browns on the board with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the first, Crawford tied the game with his own sacrifice fly.

In the top of the second, Demmitt put the Browns back in front with an RBI triple.

In the bottom of the second, on a two out double by Stanage, Jones was thrown out home while trying to score from first.

In the top of the third, Donovan struck out the side.

After three: St Louis 2 Detroit 1.

In the bottom of the fourth, with runners at second and third, Delahanty singled to bring home the tying run. However, McCormick threw Crawford out at home as he was trying to score from second. With two out, Jones singled to score Delahanty from second and the Tigers had taken the lead. That was the 10th hit allowed this season by Lake.

After six: Detroit 3 St Louis 2.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Tigers loaded the bases with one out. McIntyre drew a walk to force in a run. Cobb popped into an infield fly rule for the second out. Lake then struck out Crawford to end the inning.

In the bottom of the eighth, Lake struck out Moriarty for his 10th K of the season.

Leading off the top of the ninth, Donovan struck out McCormick for his 10th K of the season. Truesdale and pinch hitter Danny Hoffman both singled. It was the 20th hit allowed by Donovan this season. With runners at the corners and two out, Demmitt tied the game with a two run double. Lake then struck out to retire the side.

After nine: St Louis 4 Detroit 4.

In the top of the tenth, the Browns loaded the bases with one out. Truesdale put the Browns in front with an RBI single. It was the Browns 10th hit of the game. Red Downs grounded into the U2 for the second out. Donovan then hit Stephens with a pitch to force in a run. Bush then mishandled a Demmitt grounder and another run scored. Lake then grounded to third to retire the side.

In the bottom of the tenth, an error allowed McIntyre to score a run. Jones singled for the Tigers 10th hit of the game to load the bases with two out. But Boss Schmidt popped out to right to end the game.

Final score: St Louis 7 Detroit 5 10 innings.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Joe Lake 10.0 IP, 10 H, 5 R, 2 ER, 5 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 9 Boston 2
Philadelphia 3 New York 2
Chicago 3 Cleveland 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 3 Philadelphia 2 15 innings
Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 1
New York 6 Boston 0
St Louis 1 Chicago 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Ed Walsh Chicago White Sox 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 13 K, W

2. Bob Unglaub Washington Senators 4 for 5, 4 RBI, R

3. Hooks Wiltse New York Giants 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, W

Frank Corridon of the St Louis Cardinals pitched a complete game shutout against the Chicago Cubs.




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