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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»October 3, 1911: In the 2nd inning at New York, the Red Sox pull off a double steal with Duffy Lewis scoring from 3B and Jack Lewis swiping 2B (as noted by Retrosheet). Jack Lewis is shaken up on the play and the Hilltoppers allow Duffy to replace him at 2B as a courtesy runner. He doesn't score and Jack returns to the game as Boston wins. The Sox win their last three games in New York this season, 10 straight in 1912, and the first five games of 1913—a major-league record 18 games on the road versus one team.