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Old 05-13-2017, 12:57 PM   #781
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Seven for Seven

In the seven year history of the All-Star game, the Stars and Stripes League has defeated the Great American Baseball League seven times. This year's MVP was St Louis Survivors star Kevin Williams.

Young Star Helps Propel Stars and Stripes League to Win in Midseason Classic: The best of the best took to the field at Industrialists Ballpark tonight, giving AABC fans a show in the annual all-star game.

The Stars and Stripes League earned bragging rights with a 2-0 win over the Great American Baseball League.

Kevin Williams was named the MVP for his efforts, as he batted 1-for-1 in the contest.

"I'm just glad we won, that's the main thing," he said. "The personal accomplishment isn't something I strive for in an all-star game."

During his career Williams is hitting .315 with a total of 14 home runs.
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Old 05-13-2017, 01:10 PM   #782
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John Sher Hits for the Cycle

June 14, 1897- Cincinnati twenty-four year old left fielder John Sher, who has been having the best year of his young career, hit for the cycle in a 10-8 win over Baltimore today. Sher also scored twice and drove in 3 in his 3-for-3 day. He has .357 this year and has already amassed 33 extra base hits for the ABS. This is the eleventh cycle in AABC history and follows Washington's Kevin McDonough's from earlier this season.
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Old 05-13-2017, 01:20 PM   #783
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Mat Ball Wins 300!

June 17, 1897- On a cloudy, windy day in New York, the Cincinnati Abolitionists' 36 year old Mat Ball, picked up his 300th career win in a 16-4 win over the last place New York Immigrants. Ball pitched two innings of relief and was the beneficiary of a 12-run explosion in the 14th inning against four different New York pitchers. Ball has a career record of 300-146 with a career ERA of 2.84. He has been the Corey Garvey Pitcher of the Year four times and was the 1885 MVP. He is the fourth player in history to win 300 games with the all-time wins leader, Mike "Hornet" Kite being a current teammate of his.

All-Time Wins Leaders
1. Mike "Hornet" Kite 335 (still active)
2. Shane Coleman 311 (still active)
3. Mike "Doberman" Winchester 302 (retired)
4. Mat Ball 300 (still active)
5. Corey Garvey 297 (retired)
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Old 05-13-2017, 02:27 PM   #784
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Thirty Games Straight!

June 21, 1897- Gregor Knox, catcher for the Milwaukee Germans, has hit in 30 straight games. This brings Knox's batting average to .349 for the season. The all-time record of 35 games was set by Kyle "Congress Suspender" Strickland in 1877 while playing with Boston. Twenty years later, his record is being threatened.
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Old 05-13-2017, 02:29 PM   #785
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Knox's Streak Ends at 31

Two days later, Knox was held hitless by the Cleveland Eries. Strickland's record remains intact.
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End of June Report, 1897

July 1, 1897- At the end of June, the Stars and Stripes League is being led by a dynasty. The Cincinnati Abolitionists have appeared in four straight World Series, winning three of them. This year, they have a nine game lead over second place Brooklyn after three months of play. No other team is within 11.5 games of first.

Meanwhile, Cleveland is the four-time defending Great American Baseball League champs, but they trail Pittsburgh by 3 games at the end of June. The Pittsburgh Industrialists have made it a habit over the past few years to have early leads only to let Cleveland's Eries catch them at the end. Pittsburgh has never won a pennant. No other team is within single digits of games, but the Buffalo Freedom do have a respectable 45-37 record in what has been the best season that they have ever had.
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1500 Wins!

July 3, 1897- In a 9-6 win over the Philadelphia Congress, the Cincinnati Abolitionists picked up their 1500th all-time win and the 1500th win in the career of general manager Cletus McGee. McGee has a career record 1500-1002 with 9 career championships and 4 career World Series wins. He is considered to be a legend.
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