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Old 11-06-2018, 10:34 PM   #41
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MAY 21, 1916
The Athletics had the day off. There are no American League games today.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 22-13
Cleveland 22-13
Boston 17-17
New York 17-17
Detroit 17-18
Washington 16-18
Philadelphia 14-20
St Louis 13-22

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 20-14
St Louis 19-16
Boston 17-16
Pittsburgh 19-18
Cincinnati 18-18
New York 17-18
Philadelphia 16-18
Chicago 14-22

PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Stuffy McInnis .351
Wally Schang .316
Amos Strunk .275

HOME RUNS
Wally Schang 2
Amos Strunk and Jimmy C Walsh 1

RBI
Wally Schang 17
Amos Strunk 15
Stuffy McInnis 14

ERA
Weldon Wyckoff 2.92
Elmer Myers 3.39
Jack Nabors 4.50

WINS
Elmer Myers 5
Bullet Joe Bush and Weldon Wyckoff 4

STRIKEOUTS
Bullet Joe Bush 41
Elmer Myers 38
Weldon Wyckoff 33

PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs scored 118 5th
Batting average .243 7th
OBP .315 6th
Home Runs 4 t-3rd
Stolen Bases 33 6th
Runs against 153 8th
Starters ERA 4.01 8th
Bullpen ERA 3.29 7th
Defensive efficiency .678 8th

PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS CURRENT INJURIES
1B Stuffy McInnis Unknown

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 17-18 at Cincinnati 18-18
Philadelphia 16-18 at Chicago 14-22
Boston 17-16 at St Louis 19-16

OTHER SCORES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 4 Cincinnati 1
Chicago 9 Philadelphia 6
St Louis 2 Boston 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Pol Perritt New York Giants 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

2. Red Ames St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, W

3. Steve Yerkes Chicago Cubs 2 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

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Old 11-07-2018, 01:15 AM   #42
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MAY 22, 1916
The Athletics will end their home stand with a four game series against the Cleveland Indians beginning today. The Athletics are 9-10 so far on this home stand. The Indians have won twelve of their last thirteen and are tied for first place with the Chicago White Sox.

AL Player of the Week: 1B George Sisler St Louis Browns

NL Player of the Week: CF Cy Williams Chicago Cubs

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

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 17-18 at Boston 17-17
St Louis 13-22 at New York 17-17
Chicago 22-13 at Washington 16-18

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 18-18 at Cincinnati 18-19
Brooklyn 20-14 at Pittsburgh 19-18
Philadelphia 16-19 at Chicago 15-22
Boston 17-17 at St Louis 20-16

CLEVELAND INDIANS (22-13) AT PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS (14-20)
MATCHUPS
SP Stan Coveleski vs Socks Seibold Advantage Cleveland
C Steve O'Neill vs Wally Schang Advantage Philadelphia
1B Chick Gandil vs Stuffy McInnis Advantage Philadelphia
2B Ivan Howard vs Nap Lajoie Advantage Cleveland
3B Terry Turner vs Charlie Pick Advantage Cleveland
SS Ray Chapman vs Whitey Witt Advantage Cleveland
LF Jack Graney vs Rube Oldring Advantage Cleveland
CF Tris Speaker vs Jimmy C Walsh Advantage Cleveland
RF Braggo Roth vs Amos Strunk Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Cleveland

In the bottom of the third, Coveleski struck out Seibold for his 30th K of the season.

After three: Cleveland 0 Philadelphia 0.

In the top of the fourth, Roth hit a two run triple. Graney followed with an RBI single. It was the 30th hit allowed by Seibold this season.

In the bottom of the fourth, O'Neill threw Strunk out at second for his 20th caught base stealer of the season.

Lajoie led off the bottom of the fifth with his 10th double of the season. Oldring would bring him home with a two out triple.

In the top of the sixth, Graney's 25th hit of the season was an RBI single.

In the bottom of the sixth, McInnis hit an RBI double. McInnis would later score on a Lajoie ground out.

After six: Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 3.

Jack Nabors took the mound for the Athletics in the top of the seventh.

Pick led off the bottom of the seventh with his 25th hit of the season.

Tom Phillips took the mound in the top of the eighth for the Athletics. Turner led off with a single, the 10th hit allowed by Phillips this season. Roth singled for his 30th hit of the season and the Indians 10th hit of the game. But both men were caught stealing.

In the bottom of the eighth, Strunk hit a two out single. It was the 100th hit allowed by Coveleski this season. But he would be stranded at first.

Coveleski pitched a perfect ninth as the Indians banged out 11 hits in the game.

Final score: Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Braggo Roth 3 for 4, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 7 Detroit 6
New York 9 St Louis 2
Chicago 4 Washington 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 3 New York 2
Pittsburgh 2 Brooklyn 0
Philadelphia 3 Chicago 0
Boston 3 St Louis 2 10 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Wilbur Cooper 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, W

2. George Chalmers Philadelphia Phillies 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 5 BB, 1 K, W

3. Ray Fisher New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

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MAY 23, 1916
Today is the second game in the series in Philadelphia between the Athletics and the Cleveland Indians.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 17-19 at Boston 18-17
St Louis 13-23 at New York 18-17
Chicago 23-13 at Washington 16-19

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 18-19 at Cincinnati 19-19
Brooklyn 20-15 at Pittsburgh 20-18
Philadelphia 17-19 at Chicago 15-23
Boston 18-17 at St Louis 20-17

CLEVELAND INDIANS (23-13) AT PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS (14-21)
MATCHUPS
SP Guy Morton vs Weldon Wyckoff Advantage Cleveland
C Steve O'Neill vs Wally Schang Advantage Philadelphia
1B Chick Gandil vs Stuffy McInnis Advantage Philadelphia
2B Bill Wambsganss vs Nap Lajoie Advantage Push
3B Terry Turner vs Charlie Pick Advantage Cleveland
SS Ray Chapman vs Whitey Witt Advantage Cleveland
LF Elmer Smith vs Rube Oldring Advantage Cleveland
CF Tris Speaker vs Jimmy C Walsh Advantage Cleveland
RF Braggo Roth vs Amos Strunk Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Cleveland

In the top of the first, Chapman scored on a wild pitch, giving the Indians their first run before they had their first hit. Later in the same inning, Roth picked up his 20th stolen base of the season. Wyckoff then walked Smith. It was the 50th base on balls allowed by Wyckoff this season. But Gandil grounded out to end the inning.

In the bottom of the first, Lajoie put the Athletics out in front with a two out, two run triple. It was the 163rd career triple for Lajoie, placing him 15th in MLB history. Witt then brought Lajoie home with his own triple putting him at 20 hits on the season. It was the 60th hit allowed this season by Morton.

In the bottom of the second, a two out single went down as Walsh's 30th hit of the season. But he would be caught stealing second.

In the top of the third, Smith hit an RBI double. Smith would go on to score from third on a Wambsganss grounder to second and the score was tied.

After three: Cleveland 3 Philadelphia 3.

In the bottom of the sixth, Lajoie put the Athletics back in front with an RBI double. It was his 30th hit of the season. Witt then singled to score Schang from third but Lajoie was thrown out at home by Roth as he tried to score from second. Chapman booted a grounder to commit his 10th error of the season at short stop. With runners at the corners and two out, Oldring brought both base runners home with a double. Wyckoff then brought Oldring home with a single. The Athletics batted around the order and scored five times.

After six: Philadelphia 8 Cleveland 3.

In the top of the seventh, Wyckoff walked Roth to issue his 10th base on balls of the game. With a runner on first and one out, Ellis Johnson took the mound for the Athletics and got the next two batters out.

In the bottom of the seventh, Schang singled for the Athletics 10th hit of the game. With runners at the corners and two out, Fritz Coumbe took the mound for the Indians and he got Witt to pop out to end the inning.

Leading off the top of the eighth, Wambsganss got an infield single for his 20th hit of the season. The Indians went on to load the bases with two out. Speaker then brought two home with a single, putting him over 25 RBI on the season. Roth walked to load the bases again. But Smith grounded to second to retire the side.

Jim Bagby Sr took the mound for the Indians in the bottom of the eighth.

Jack Nabors took the mound for the Athletics in the top of the ninth. Three outs later, the Athletics had the win.

The Athletics out hit the Indians 11-5.

Final score: Philadelphia 8 Cleveland 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Nap Lajoie 3 for 4, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 3 Detroit 1
New York 8 St Louis 0
Chicago 2 Washington 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 2 Cincinnati 1 15 innings
Brooklyn 6 Pittsburgh 4
Philadelphia 8 Chicago 1
St Louis 2 Boston 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Fred Toney Cincinnati Reds 10.2 IP, 9 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K

2. George Mogridge New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, W

3. Reb Russell Chicago White Sox 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 K, W

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MAY 24, 1916
Today is the third game in the series in Philadelphia between the Athletics and the Cleveland Indians.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 17-20 at Boston 19-17
St Louis 13-24 at New York 19-17
Chicago 24-13 at Washington 16-20

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 19-19 at Cincinnati 19-20
Brooklyn 21-15 at Pittsburgh 20-19
Philadelphia 18-19 at Chicago 15-24
Boston 18-18 at St Louis 21-17

CLEVELAND INDIANS (23-14) AT PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS (15-21)
MATCHUPS
SP Ed Klepfer vs Elmer Myers Advantage Cleveland
C Steve O'Neill vs Wally Schang Advantage Philadelphia
1B Chick Gandil vs Stuffy McInnis Advantage Philadelphia
2B Bill Wambsganss vs Nap Lajoie Advantage Push
3B Terry Turner vs Charlie Pick Advantage Cleveland
SS Ray Chapman vs Whitey Witt Advantage Cleveland
LF Jack Graney vs Rube Oldring Advantage Cleveland
CF Tris Speaker vs Jimmy C Walsh Advantage Cleveland
RF Braggo Roth vs Amos Strunk Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Cleveland

In the top of the first, Myers issued a two out walk to Speaker for his 30th base on balls allowed this season. But Speaker would be stranded at first.

In the top of the second, Myers struck outGandil for his 40th K of the season.

In the bottom of the second, Klepfer struck out Lajoie for his 30th K of the season.

Myers had a no-hitter through three.

In the bottom of the third, Pick scored from third on an Oldring groundout to put the Athletics on the board. McInnis also singled in the inning. It was the 70th hit allowed by Klepfer this season. That led to a Strunk RBI single. McInnis would go on to score on an error.

After three: Philadelphia 3 Cleveland 0.

In the top of the fourth, Roth singled with one out to break up the no-hitter and Turner scored from first on the play thanks to a throwing error.

In the top of the sixth, Speaker singled for his 50th hit of the season. Gandil tied the game with a two out two run single, his 10th hit of the season. It was the 70th hit allowed by Myers this season.

After six: Cleveland 3 Philadelphia 3.

In the top of the eighth, the Indians loaded the bases with nobody out. Graney grounded into the 1-2 fielder's choice for the first out. Then Gandil singled to bring home two.

In the bottom of the eighth, Strunk singled for his 40th hit of the season. But the Athletics would strand runners at the corners.

In the top of the ninth, Speaker added an RBI single to make it a three run lead. Schang then threw Speaker out at second for his 40th caught base stealer of the season.

In the bottom of the ninth, Oldring got a one out single. It was the 75th hit allowed by Klepfer this season. Walsh drew his 20th walk of the season to put runners at first and second with two out. Jim Bagby Sr took the mound for the Indians. McInnis walked to load the bases. But Strunk flew out to right to end the game.

Final score: Cleveland 6 Philadelphia 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Ed Klepfer 8.2 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Detroit 3
St Louis 3 New York 2
Washington 6 Chicago 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 4 New York 2
Brooklyn 4 Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 7 Chicago 2
Boston 2 St Louis 1 15 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jesse Barnes Boston Braves 13.2 IP, 9 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

2. Red Ames St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

3. Limb McKenry Cincinnati Reds 8.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

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MAY 25, 1916
The Athletics look to salvage a split in the series against the Cleveland Indians as they end their 23 game home stand today.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 17-21 at Boston 20-17
St Louis 14-24 at New York 19-18
Chicago 24-14 at Washington 17-20

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 15-25 at Cincinnati 20-20
Brooklyn 22-15 at Pittsburgh 20-20

CLEVELAND INDIANS (24-14) AT PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS (15-22)
MATCHUPS
SP Willie Mitchell vs Bullet Joe Bush Advantage Cleveland
C Steve O'Neill vs Billy Meyer Advantage Cleveland
1B Chick Gandil vs Stuffy McInnis Advantage Philadelphia
2B Bill Wambsganss vs Nap Lajoie Advantage Push
3B Terry Turner vs Charlie Pick Advantage Cleveland
SS Ray Chapman vs Whitey Witt Advantage Cleveland
LF Elmer Smith vs Rube Oldring Advantage Cleveland
CF Tris Speaker vs Jimmy C Walsh Advantage Cleveland
RF Braggo Roth vs Amos Strunk Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Cleveland

In the top of the first, Roth hit a two out RBI single. It was the 80th hit allowed by Bush this season and put Roth's RBI total this season at 20.

In the bottom of the first, Oldring got a sacrifice fly to tie the game. Mitchell ended the inning by striking out Lajoie for his 20th K of the season.

In the bottom of the third, Walsh drew a leadoff walk. It was the 10th base on balls allowed by Mitchell this season. McInnis followed with his 50th hit of the season, a single that moved Walsh to third. Strunk then grounded into the 3-6 fielder's choice to bring Walsh home with the go-ahead run.

After three: Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 1.

In the top of the fourth, Smith scored from third on a Wambsganss grounder to third and the score was tied.

After six: Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 2.

Speaker drew a leadoff walk in the top of the eighth. It was the 40th base on balls allowed by Bush this season. The Indians turned that into an RBI single by Roth to take the lead. The Indians then loaded the bases with nobody out. Wambsganss popped up for the first out. Jack Nabors took the mound for the Athletics and immediately walked O'Neill to force in a run. It was the 30th base on balls allowed by Nabors this season. Mitchell added an RBI single. Chapman went down on strikes for the second out. Turner then brought two home with a double, the Indians 10th hit of the game. Ten batters came to the plate with five of them scoring.

In the top of the ninth, a two out RBI single by O'Neill was his 25th hit of the season and the 50th allowed by Nabors this season.

The Indians out hit the Athletics 13-3.

Final score: Cleveland 8 Philadelphia 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Willie Mitchell 9.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 5 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 9 Detroit 1
New York 4 St Louis 3
Chicago 3 Washington 2 10 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 3 Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 1 Brooklyn 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Frank Miller Pittsburgh Pirates 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 2 K, W

2. Babe Ruth Boston Red Sox 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W

3. Willie Mitchell Cleveland Indians 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 5 BB, 5 K, W

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MAY 26, 1916
After finishing their 23 game home stand with a 10-13 mark, the Athletics begin a 22 game road trip in Washington today against the Senators. The Athletics are just 2-9 on the road this season. The Senators have lost 4 of their last 5. The season series is tied 4-4.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 21-17 at New York 20-18

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 19-20 at Boston 19-18
Chicago 15-26 at Cincinnati 21-20
Brooklyn 22-16 at Philadelphia 19-19
Pittsburgh 21-20 at St Louis 21-18

PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS (15-23) AT WASHINGTON SENATORS (17-21)
MATCHUPS
SP Socks Seibold vs George Dumont Advantage Washington
C Wally Schang vs John P Henry Advantage Philadelphia
1B Stuffy McInnis vs Joe Judge Advantage Push
2B Nap Lajoie vs Ray Morgan Advantage Washington
3B Charlie Pick vs Howie Shanks Advantage Washington
SS Whitey Witt vs George McBride Advantage Push
LF Rube Oldring vs Walter Johnson Advantage Washington
CF Jimmy C Walsh vs Clyde Milan Advantage Washington
RF Amos Strunk vs Sam Rice Advantage Push
Overall Advantage Washington

Leading off the top of the second, Schang walked for the 20th time this season. Pick would bring him home with an infield single with two out. Oldring then brought Pick home with a double for his 10th RBI of the season.

In the top of the third, Lajoie brought a runner home with a two out single.

After three: Philadelphia 3 Washington 0.

Rain began to fall in the bottom of the fourth.

In the top of the fifth, Strunk hit a two out triple. It was the 70th hit allowed by Dumont this season. But Lajoie could not bring him home.

In the bottom of the fifth, Morgan knocked a run in with a double. The rain stopped immediately afterwards. Milan then brought Morgan home with a double of his own.

In the bottom of the sixth, McBride tied the game with a sacrifice fly. Judge then gave the Senators the lead with a two out RBI single. Ellis Johnson took the mound for the Athletics. Morgan hit an RBI single. It was the 25th hit allowed by Ellis Johnson this season. Ellis Johnson then walked Rice for his 10 base on balls allowed on the season to load the bases with two out. Walter Johnson then struck outto end the inning. It was the 10th K of the season for Ellis Johnson. The Senators batted around the order in the inning.

After six: Washington 5 Philadelphia 3.

In the top of the seventh, the Senators committed their third error of the game and the Athletics loaded the bases with two out. But Lajoie flew out to right to retire the side.

After a leadoff walk to Henry in the bottom of the seventh, Jack Nabors took the mound for the Athletics. The Senators went on to strand a pair.

Tom Phillips took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, Schang hit a two out RBI single to make it a one run game. With runners at the corners and two out, Doc Ayers took the mound for the Senators. Lajoie then popped out to first to end the game.

Final score: Washington 5 Philadelphia 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Ray Morgan 2 for 3, 2B, 2 RBI, R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 3 New York 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 4 Boston 0
Cincinnati 3 Chicago 2
Philadelphia 11 Brooklyn 7
St Louis 2 Pittsburgh 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Pol Perritt New York Giants 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, W

2. Bill Doak St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

3. Fred Toney Cincinnati Reds 8.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

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