April 25, 1904

American League

New York @ Washington

Washington remains winless this season, slipping to 0-8.  Elberfeld leads the hit parade with 2 singles and a double. 

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New York

Washington

NYY

002 000 020 - 4 11 2

Fultz 2H,2b,2RBI,SB Drill 1H, HR, SB
WAS

000 000 100 - 1   7 2

Conroy 2H,1R,2b,E Selbach 2H, SB 

@ American League Park

Pitching

Attendance: 2,000 

Powell 0BB, 3SO Wilson 2BB, 4SO
Boston @ Philadelphia

Two hits and 2 errors, one by Stahl, the other by Parent, cost Young the game today. The loss snaps Boston's 7 game win streak.  

Linescore 

Batteries

BOS

000 000 000 - 0 6 4

Young and Criger
PHL

200 000 00x - 2 7 1

Waddell and Schreckengost

@ Columbia Park 

Attendance 6,076

St. Louis @ Detroit

The cold weather kept serious hitting down to a minimal today. Gleason's error and Siever's wild throw helped Detroit secure a victory.  

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Batteries

STL

001 010 000 - 2 5 2

Pelty, Siever and Sugden
DET

100 021 000 - 4 7 1

Mullin and Woods

@ Bennett Park 

Attendance N/A

Chicago @ Cleveland

The White Sox won their third straight from Cleveland. Addie Joss pitched in his first game of the season but was in effective.  

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Batteries

WHI

302 001 100 - 7 12 2

Owen and Sullivan
CLE

012 010 000 - 4   9 2

Joss and Abbott

@ League Park I

Attendance N/A

National League

Brooklyn @ New York

Mathewson allowed 6 hits and was removed when the game was out of reach. After Mertes double drove in two, McCormick hit a 3 run homer.

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Brooklyn

New York

BRK

100 000 010 - 2   9 2

Babb 2H,RBI,2b McC'rm'ck 3H,2b,HR,3BI
NYG

115 001 10x - 9 16 2

Dillon 1H,1RBI Bowerman 2H,1R,3b,RBI

@ Polo Grounds

Pitching

 

Attendance: 2,000 

Poole 2BB,2HBP Mathewson 7IP,2BB,3SO
Philadelphia @ Boston

Philadelphia lost their fourth straight today as their defense was again very poor. Cooley was the batting hero for Boston.  

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Batteries

PHL

000 000 000 - 0 2 6

McPherson and Dooin
BOS

012 000 02x - 5 8 2

Pittinger and Moran

@ South End Grounds III 

Attendance 2,044