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IN THE NEWS: Ed Stein throws a 7-inning no-hitter, as Brooklyn edges Chicago 10. The previous day the Bridegrooms held Chicago to one hit in a 50 win. |
Sam Thompson of Philadelphia undergoes surgery on the little finger on his left hand and is expected to miss up to a month.
IN THE NEWS: Pittsburgh erupts in the 3rd inning against Boston when Jake Stenzel hits two home runs and Denny Lyons and Lou Bierbauer hit one each, setting a major-league record for home runs in an inning next tied in 1930. Pittsburgh hits seven home runs in all in its 2711 win.
IN THE NEWS: Jack Taylor pitches a 2-hit shutout to defeat Cleveland 60 and to push his Pittsburgh team ahead of Cleveland into 3rd place.
On a rainy day St. Louis Browns southpaw Ted Breitenstein walks 13 men as Boston avenges a humiliating loss the previous day with a 198 rout.
IN THE NEWS: Brooklyn's 10-game winning streak is ended when Cincinnati triumphs 53. Brooklyn is now in 6th place with a 22-16 record.
IN THE NEWS: Philadelphia SS Bob Allen is hit in the face with a pitch in a contest against Cincinnati. Allen will require surgery to save his sight, and his career is all but ended.
IN THE NEWS: Ed Delahanty goes 6-for-6 with a double, as Philadelphia tops Cincinnati 199.
Despite scoring 26 runs in the 3-game series, Louisville is swept by Boston, extending its losing streak to 18 games. The streak will reach 20 games before the Colonels manage to win.
IN THE NEWS: Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of bed. In the first game of twinbill, Baltimore's Tony Mullane digs himself a record hole by giving up 16 runs in the first inning to Boston. Mullane walks seven in the inning to tie the record.
IN THE NEWS: Denny Lyons scores the winning run in the 9th inning to lead Pittsburgh to a 76 win over Washington. Lyons gets into scoring position by running from 1B to 3Bacross the pitcher's moundon a fielder's choice. The umpire did not see Lyons's transgression, a common one in the 1890s.
Cleveland's John Clarkson stops the visiting Colts, 73. Chicago's Bill Dahlen, hitting .257, goes 1-for-4 to start his hitting streak.
IN THE NEWS: Washington scores in every inning to whip Boston 2612. In the course of the rout, George "White Wings" Tebeau scores four runs without the benefit of a hit.
The Colts beat the Pirates, 107, with Bill Dahlen collecting two hits and an RBI.
IN THE NEWS: The Chicago Colts score five runs in the top of the 9th to take the lead over Baltimore, but the National League leaders respond with three runs in the bottom of the inning to claim an 1110 win.
IN THE NEWS: For the first time in nearly a month, covering 24 games, Baltimore fails to score at least seven runs, losing to Chicago 134.
IN THE NEWS: Louisville P George Hemming throws an 11-inning 25-hitter, as the Colonels edge Boston 119.
IN THE NEWS: Future Hall of Famer Fred Clarke sets a record by going 5-for-5 with a double in his first ML game, but Louisville squanders his performance in a 136 loss to Philadelphia. Clarke will be appointed manager in just three years.