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Bob Steele from the Chronology
Aug 6, 1918 - At the Polo Grounds the Giants Pete Compton drives home Art Fletcher in the bottom of the 9th to beat Matty's Reds 4-3. Bob Steele acquired from the Bucs is the winner over Jimmie Ring. Lee Magee with his face swollen after yesterday's fight sits out the game for the Reds and Heinie Zimmerman on doctor's orders to avoid the near 90+ degree heat watches for the Giants.
Jul 26, 1918 - That's spelled Steal. Giants pitcher Bob Steele tosses a 7-hit shutout over the Cardinals to win 8-0. In the 6-run 7th Steele steals home. The Giants are now 2 games in back of the Cubs losers today to the Phils.
Jun 30, 1918 - Pittsburgh pitcher Bob Steele allows just one hit against his former teammates but his wild throw in the 4th inning accounts for two runs and the Cardinals win 2-1. Red Ames is the victor while Jeff Heathcote's double is the only St. Louis hit. Pittsburgh takes the nitecap 5-4 scoring the winning run on a triple by Buster Caton and double by Carson Bigbee in the 11th inning. Starter Wilber Cooper goes all the way for the victory.