April 19, 1904

American League

Philadelphia @ New York

Williams 8th inning single drove in Keeler, who had reached on Murphy's costly error. The game was played in near freezing temperatures.  

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Philadelphia

New York

PHL

101 000 110 - 4 11 3

MCross 2H,2b,R,RBI Conroy 3H,2b,3b,RBI
NYY

300 000 11x - 5   9 2

Hartsel 1H,2R,RBI Keeler 0H,2R 

@ Hilltop Park

Pitching

Length of Game: 2:05 

Plank 3BB, 3SO Hughes 3BB, 7SO
Cleveland @ St. Louis

St. Louis defeated Cleveland in the final game of the series today. Cleveland batted Sievers hard but couldn't get hits at critical times.  

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Batteries

CLE

001 000 010 - 2 10 0

Rhoades and Abbott
STL

100 001 11x - 4 10 1

Siever and Kahoe

@ Sportsman's Park II

Attendance 800

Detroit @ Chicago

With temperatures hovering around freezing, the Tigers (3-2) defeated the White Sox (2-3) in Chicago.  

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Batteries

DET

012 000 002 - 5

 

Donovan and Buelow
WHI

010 000 000 - 1

 

Owen and Sullivan

@ South Side Park III

Attendance 1,000

Washington @ Boston  [DH]
Patriots Day in Boston and 26,000 fans see the two games. The champs took both games and left the Senators still without a win this season.

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Batteries

WAS

000 000 000 - 0 5 0

Dunkle and Drill

BOS

000 100 00x - 1 6 1

Winters and Doran

Attendance: 8,237

 
WAS

001 010 000 - 2 6 0

Patten and Kittridge

BOS

102 000 000 - 3 6 1

Young and Criger
Attendance: 18,000  

@ Huntington Ave Baseball Grounds

National League

New York @ Philadelphia

Both teams threw away many scoring chances. McGraw's clutch single drove home McCormick in the 9th to prolong the battle.The small crowd of 1,034 enjoyed the game despite very cold weather and high winds. The teams combined to leave 23 men left on base. 

Linescore - Final 15 

New York

Philadelphiqa

NYG

000 000 001 000 000 - 1 8 4

McGraw 2H, 1RBI* Dooin 1H, 2b, 1R
Warner 2H, Sac Gleason 1H, 1RBI, SB
PHL

000 001 000 000 000- 1 5 3 

Pitching

McGinnity 3BB,4SO,CG  McPherson 4BB,4SO,CG

@ Baker Bowl, Length of Game:2:45

*Baseball Encyclopedia shows McGraw with 0 RBI's for 1904. Article clearly states the run driven in.
Boston @ Brooklyn

Sheckard, Lumley and Dobbs hit successive singles in the 9th inning to complete a Brooklyn rally. 

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Boston

Brooklyn

BOS

000 220 000 - 4   9 2

Tenney 2H, 1R Dobbs 3H,R,GW RBI
BRK

000 001 031 - 5 11 3

Delahanty 1R ,SB, E Babb 2H,R,2b,2E 

@ Washington Park

Pitching

Length of Game: 1:45 

Carney 3BB,2SO,HBP Cronin 3BB,5SO
Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati

The usually reliable Deacon Phillippe was battered around the park and was pulled from play in the 4th after allowing 6 hits and 8 runs.  

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Batteries

PGH

000 210 010 -   4 10 2

Phillippe, Moran and  Carisch
CIN

201 902 22x - 18 19 3

Kellum and Peitz

@ Palace of the Fans

Attendance 1,946

Chicago @ St. Louis

Jack Taylor, who was traded by the Cubs in the offseason, avenged his old club by scattering 6 hits. Davy Jones hits a home run in the loss.   

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Batteries

CUB

000 000 120 - 3   6 2

Lundgren and Stanton
STL

212 012 01x - 9 10 1

Taylor and Byers

@ Robison Field

Attendance 1,800