April 16, 1904

American League

Cleveland @ Chicago

Cleveland hurler Jack Hickey did not have a memorable debut as he failed to hold leads his teammates gave him.  

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Batteries

CLE

042 020 000 -   8 10 4

Hickey and Bemis
WHI

131 011 21x - 10 10 3

Altrock and Sullivan

@ South Side Park

Attendance 4,450 

Boston @ New York

The world champs batted Hughes hard and ran him from the hill after 4 innings. Five Red Sox had more than one hit, including pitcher Dinneen.

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Boston

New York

BOS

060 300 210- 12 14 1

Collins 2-2b, 2R Keeler 2H,1R,2RBI
NYY

000 220 002 -  6  9  4

LaChance 2H,2R,2b Anderson 2H, HR 

@ Hilltop Park

Pitching

Length of Game: 1:45

Dinneen 1BB, 4SO Hughes 4IP, 10H, 9R
Detroit @ St. Louis

A Tiger rally in the 8th allowed the extra time needed to win the game. A St. Louis scoring chance in the 10th was wiped out by Barrett's catch. 

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Batteries

DET

000 000 030 001-  4 10 3

Killian and Buelow
STL

002 000 010 000 - 3   5 2

Pelty and Sugden

@ Sportsman's Park II

Attendance 1,130

Philadelphia @ Washington

Rube Waddell was in complete control of the Senators and his teammates provided more than enough support. The weather was very cold.

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PHL

111 402 021 -  12  20 2

Waddell and Schreckengost
WAS

000 200 000 -    2   7  1

Townsend and Kittridge

@ American League Park

Attendance: 2,000 

National League

New York @ Brooklyn

A fine pitchers duel between Taylor and Poole was settled in the ninth when Mertes and McCormick drove in runs for the Giants.

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New York

Brooklyn

NYG

000 001 002 -  3 4 2

Mertes 2b, 1R, 1RBI Sheckard 1H, 1R
BRK

100 000 000 -  1 2 2

McGann 1H,1R, 1RBI No hits 2nd thru 8th

@ Washington Park

Pitching

Length of Game: 1:35 

Taylor 3BB, 4SO  Poole 4BB, 3SO
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis

A ninth inning Pirates rally fell just short today. With 2 runs in and the bases full,  Otto Krueger was retired to end the ballgame. 

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Batteries

PGH

101 100 002 - 5 12 2

Miller and Smith
STL

102 020 20X - 7 10 2

Nichols and Byers

@ Robison Field

Attendance 7,000 

Chicago @ Cincinnati

The Reds built up an early lead today, but the Cubs rallied back to get the win. Pietz was banished and O'Neill subbed into his first big league game.

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Batteries

CUB

110 123 200 - 10 12 4

Lundgren and Kling
CIN

042 010 000 -   7   9 5

Elliott, Pietz and O'Neill

@ Palace of the Fans

Attendance 3,500 

Boston @ Philadelphia

Philadelphia defense, combined with Boston's clutch hitting allowed the visitors to rally from an early 3 run hole. 

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Batteries

BOS

000 025 010 - 8   8 1

Wilhelm and Moran
PHL

100 210 210 - 7 14 3

Lush and Dooin

@ Baker Bowl

Attendance 3,102