Buffalo's Pud Galvin wins both ends of a doubleheader
against Worcester 9-5 and 188.
Chicago, in the midst of its first 9-game winning
streak of the season, moves into first place
with a 3-0 victory over Troy.
Worcester beats Boston 4-1 to break a 14-game
During the 4th inning of a Cincinnati-Baltimore
game, umpire Mike Walsh is surrounded on the field
by angry spectators after a controversial call and
is forced to take refuge in the Baltimore clubhouse
for 15 minutes. Cincinnati wins the game 1-0.
Louisville hurler Tony Mullane pitches both right-
and lefthanded in an AA game against Baltimore, the
first time the feat is performed in the major leagues.
Starting in the 4th inning he pitches lefthanded whenever
Baltimore's lefty hitters are at bat. In addition
to continuing to pitch righthanded to righthanded
hitters. It works until the 9th when, with 2 outs,
Charlie Householder hits his only HR of the year to
beat Mullane 9-8.
Chicago sets a NL record for runs by beating Cleveland
35-4. Seven Chicago players get 4 or more hits.
The record will last until June 29, 1897, when Chicago
will run up 36 runs against Louisville.
Paul Hines carries Providence into first place
going 5-for-5 and scoring 4 runs in a 6-5 victory