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The Giants end Brooklyn's winning streak at 11 games 3-2.
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IN THE NEWS: Bob Meusel of the Yankees hits for the cycle, and his triple with 2 on beats the Senators 6-5 in the 9th. Former president Wilson witnesses the exciting game in Washington.
Giants OF IN THE NEWS: Benny Kauff, FL batting champ in 1914 and 1915, is acquitted of auto theft charges, but Judge Landis bars him from baseball on the basis of undesirable character and reputation. Kauff goes to court for reinstatement, but fails.
The league-leading Pirates protest their 4-3, 10-inning loss to the Reds. When hot-tempered Reds
P IN THE NEWS: Dolf Luque throws the ball into the Cincinnati dugout, Clyde Barnhart tries to take 3B and is thrown out. The Pirates claim the ball was dead when it went into the dugout. NL president Heydler will sustain the protest and order the game continued with the score 3-3 in the last of the 8th. The Pirates win the
replay 4-3 on June 30th.
SCOREBOARD: MAY 28, 1921 New York Giants 10, Boston Braves 7 at Braves Field Boston Braves 6, New York Giants 5 at Braves Field St. Louis Cardinals 8, Chicago Cubs 7 at Wrigley Field St. Louis Cardinals 9, Chicago Cubs 2 at Wrigley Field Brooklyn Dodgers 15, Philadelphia Phillies 3 at Baker Bowl Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Cincinnati Reds 3 W: Pat Moran L: George Gibson S: Babe Adams Detroit Tigers 11, Chicago White Sox 3 at Tiger Stadium New York Yankees 5, Philadelphia Athletics 1 at Polo Grounds V New York Yankees 6, Philadelphia Athletics 2 at Polo Grounds V Cleveland Indians 12, St. Louis Browns 6 at Sportsman's Park III Boston Red Sox 4, Washington Senators 3 at Griffith Stadium Compiled by Retrosheet (www.retrosheet.org)
A memorial to Captain IN THE NEWS: Eddie Grant, killed in action in the Argonne Forest October 20, 1918, is unveiled at the Polo Grounds.
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Stuffy McInnis makes an error, the only one he will make all year. The next day he begins an errorless streak of 163 games and 1,625 chances.
SCOREBOARD: MAY 30, 1921 Boston Braves 9, Brooklyn Dodgers 3 at Braves Field Boston Braves 6, Brooklyn Dodgers 5 at Braves Field St. Louis Cardinals 9, Cincinnati Reds 4 at Crosley Field St. Louis Cardinals 7, Cincinnati Reds 4 at Crosley Field New York Giants 5, Philadelphia Phillies 1 at Polo Grounds V New York Giants 13, Philadelphia Phillies 7 at Polo Grounds V Pittsburgh Pirates 13, Chicago Cubs 0 at Forbes Field Pittsburgh Pirates 6, Chicago Cubs 3 at Forbes Field St. Louis Browns 14, Chicago White Sox 5 at Comiskey Park I Chicago White Sox 8, St. Louis Browns 5 at Comiskey Park I Cleveland Indians 6, Detroit Tigers 5 at Tiger Stadium Detroit Tigers 9, Cleveland Indians 5 at Tiger Stadium Philadelphia Athletics 8, Boston Red Sox 1 at Shibe Park Philadelphia Athletics 2, Boston Red Sox 1 at Shibe Park New York Yankees 2, Washington Senators 1 at Griffith Stadium Washington Senators 1, New York Yankees 0 at Griffith Stadium Compiled by Retrosheet (www.retrosheet.org) The Senators bang out 8 straight hits, including 2 triples, off IN THE NEWS: Waite Hoyt in a 7-run 2nd inning, and
beat New York 11-5.
SCOREBOARD: MAY 31, 1921 Brooklyn Dodgers 4, Boston Braves 2 at Braves Field Cincinnati Reds 6, St. Louis Cardinals 5 at Crosley Field Philadelphia Phillies 10, New York Giants 5 at Polo Grounds V Chicago Cubs 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 6 at Forbes Field St. Louis Browns 8, Chicago White Sox 7 at Comiskey Park I Cleveland Indians 7, Detroit Tigers 4 at Tiger Stadium Boston Red Sox 5, Philadelphia Athletics 3 at Shibe Park Boston Red Sox 8, Philadelphia Athletics 4 at Shibe Park Washington Senators 12, New York Yankees 5 at Griffith Stadium Compiled by Retrosheet (www.retrosheet.org)