April 18, 1904

American League
Philadelphia @ New York
Chief Bender was in fine form today as he scattered 7 hits. Pickering's triple followed by Davis's double opened up the game in the seventh. 
Linescore Philadelphia New York

PHL

110 000 300 -  5 12 3

Pickering 3H,3b,1RBI Conroy 1H, 1RBI
NYY

000 000 001 -  1   7  1

Davis 2H,2R,2b,1RBI Chesbro 2H 
@ Hilltop Park

Pitching

Length of Game: 1:50  Bender 2BB, 0SO Chesbro 2BB, 4SO
Washington @ Boston
The Red Sox open their home schedule by raising their World Series flag then go out and beat the winless Senators. Freeman doubles and triples. 
Linescore Batteries

WAS

000 000 000 - 0   2  1

Wilson and Kittridge
BOS

200 102 00x - 5  10 0

Tannehill and Farrell 
@ Huntington Ave Grounds
Attendance 10,685
Cleveland @ St. Louis
Cleveland  knocks out Gene Wright in the 5th after he allowed 10 hits, including a triple and two doubles. Lajoie was the hitting star. 
Linescore Batteries

CLE

201 321 100 -  10 19 1

Bernhard and Abbott 
STL

000 300 100 -    4 12 0

Wright, Morgan and Sugden
@ Sportsman's Park II
Attendance 1,000
Detroit @ Chicago
After a rocky 1st inning, Patsy Flaherty completely shuts down the Tigers. Holmes and Donohue were the batting heroes.  
Linescore Batteries

DET

200 000 000 -  2  2  3

Mullin and Buelow
WHI

200 051 10x -  9 14 2

Flaherty and Sullivan
@ South Side Park III
Attendance 1,700

National League

New York @ Philadelphia

Hulswitt and Titus's errors, coupled with a single and a double in the 9th, gave the undefeated Giants the win.  Joe McGinnity pitched the 9th. 

Linescore

New York

Philadelphia

NYG

000 000 322 -  7 10 1

Devlin 2H, 2R Titus 3b, 1R, E
PHL

010 200 300 -  6 10 3

McGann 3H, 2b, HR Wolverton 2H,2b,1R 

@ Baker Bowl

Pitching

Length of Game: 1:50 

Mathewson 2BB,2SO Mitchell 3BB,1SO
Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati

The Pirates evened their season record at 2 today by rallying from an early 4-1 deficit. The Reds rallied in the ninth, but left two runners stranded. 

Linescore

Batteries

PGH

103 002 000 - 6 10 3

Pfiester and Smith 
CIN

310 000 001 - 5   9 2

Sutthoff and Peitz 

@ Palace of the Fans

Attendance 5,000

Chicago @ St. Louis

Joe Corbett struck out 10 batters, but the Cubs were still able to hit him freely enough for a ninth inning rally and a win.  

Linescore

Batteries

CUB

200 000 302 - 7 11 4

Briggs and Chance
STL 

010 030 200 - 6   9 3

Corbett and Byers

@ Robison Field

Attendance 2,800