April 23, 1902

National League

Boston @ New York

Van Haltren's gapper caps off a New York rally in the 8th by driving in 2 runs. Bill Magee's first start of the season is rocky and is lifted after 2 innings. Lauder has 3 hits for New York  

Linescore 

Boston

New York

BOS

020 000 200 - 4   9 3

Cooley 1H,1R,SB Smith 3H,1R,2b
NYG

000 010 13x - 5 11 2

Tenney 2H,1R Doyle 2H,1R,2b

@ Polo Grounds

Pitching

Umpire: Mr. O'Day

Pittinger 4BB,5SO,2Wp Evans 7IP,4H,2R,3BB,1K
Brooklyn @ Philadelphia
Philadelphia's clean defense and timely hitting secure a win and a 5-1 record. Iberg was erratic but picks up the win. The teams combine to leave 19 men stranded, with Brooklyn having the edge by 1. 

Linescore 

Brooklyn

Philadelphia

BRK

100 000 300 - 4   8 2

Keeler 2H,2R Barry 3H,2R,3b
PHL

012 031 01x - 8 10 0

Dolan 2H,1R Browne 2H,1R,SB

@ Baker Bowl

Pitching

Length of Game: 2:05

McCann 5BB,3SO,Wp Iberg 6BB,5SO,2HBP,Wp
Cincinnati @ Pittsburgh

Ewing has another rough outing, this time giving up 9 hits in the 6th and 7th innings. Pittsburgh is still undefeated (5-0). 

Linescore

Batteries

CIN

000 200 001 -  3  7  6 

Ewing and Peitz
PGH

004 002 50x - 11 11 5

Phillipe and O'Connor

@ Exposition Park

American League

Philadelphia @ Baltimore 

Final 

Records 

Starters

PHL

8

1-0 Bill Bernhard
BAL

1

0-2 Joe McGinnity

@ Oriole Park 

Note:

Detroit @ Chicago

Final 

Records 

Starters

DET

2

0-1 Roscoe Miller
WHI

12

1-0 Nixey Callahan

@ South Side Park 

Note:

Cleveland @ St. Louis

Final 

Records 

Starters

CLE

2

0-1 Earl Moore
STL

5

1-0 Red Donohue

@ Sportsman's Park 

Note:First game played on these grounds.

Boston @ Washington

Final 

Records 

Starters

BOS

3

1-1 Bill Dinneen
WAS

7

1-0 Al Orth

@ American League Park 

Note: