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Base Ball Attractions

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Day
15
Month
June
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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Chicago, June 7.- National league base ball scores yesterday were as follows: At New York- Ñew York 8, Indianapolis 5; at Washington - Washington 2, Detroit 4: at Philadelphia- Philadelphia 'á, Chicago 6; at Boston- Boston 4, Pittsburg 9. Chicago, June 8. - There was but one National league base ball game played yesterday as foliows: At New York- New York 5, Washington 7. Chicago, June 9.- The game of base ball between New York and Chicago yesterday was a Ruil Run f or the latter. Van Haltren was twirling the ball but was knocked all over the field. League scores were: At New York- New Yorks 19, Chicago 2; at Washington - Washington 1, Indianapolis 2; at Philadelphia- PhUadelphia 3, Pitt-burg 0; at Boston- Boston 5, Detroit 11 - 15 innings. Chicago, June 11. - Last week's base ball playing in the league left Chicago still in the lead, but Detroit is not so far in the rear as to rnake the contest monotonous by any means. The New York giants burlesqued the Chicago boys clawhammer uniform Saturday, and appeared on the field in Unen dusters cut so as to form swallow-tail coats, and their hea Is surmounted with very tall oldfashioned "plug" hats. Their costume seems to have hoodooed them. At any rate they could hit Krock's flyers, and were pretty thoroughly defeated. The records now stand as foliows: Per !AmerPer League. Won. Lost, cent.! can. Won. Lost. cent Chleag -'; n .7u2 Brooklyn...3r 10 .75e Detroit 24 13 .648 St. Louis... 21 13 .617 New York. .22 IS .51)4 Cinotnnati..24 IS .615 Boston 23 17 .575!Athletic 20 17 .MC f'hil'pliin...l7 18 .457Baltlmnre..l 18 .518 Ptttslmrr...l4 22 .S83;cieveland..l6 22 .421 Inilm'p'hs.rf 24 .3ólLoul!vllle...ll 29 .27C WaslUgt'n. 9 28 .243iKans'BClty.lO 26 21' Per linterPor Western. Won. Lost. cent.State. Won. Lost. cent DesMuliics.17 9 .C53 Peoría 21 5 .807 Omnlii 18 12 AM Davenport..!!) 7 .730 Kans'sCity.17 18 .506 Dubuque...l5 11 .876 Hllwaukce.lfl 12 .53S Crwfdsv'le. 14 12 .53S St. Paul 13 14 .ül.Brmliigton. 8 11 .421 Bt. Louis... 14 17 .451 Danvllle... 9 16 .360 Chicago ....10 17 ,S70Rockford... 6 18 .250 Mlnno'r"1 ■ '1 21 .S43iDecatur 6 19 .240 Saturday's league playiug gave the following scores: At New York - New York 3, Chicago 8; at Boston- Boston 9, Detroit 10; at Philadelphia- Philadelphia 2, Pittsburg 1; at Washington- Washington S, Indianapolis 4. Chicago, June 12.- Krock's speedy pitching gave the Chicago club another win from the New York giants, aud to further help the ex-champions Boston drubbed the Detroit players. The league scores were: At New York- New York 3, Chicago 4; at Washington- Washington , Indianapolis 15; at Boston- %ston 14, Detroit 9; at Philadelphia- Philadelphia 7 Pittsburg 1. Chicago, June 13. - The ex-champions of the National Base Ball leaeue won the fourth game of the series n-ith the New York men yesterday, making the series stand three to one in favor oL Chicago. The league scores tor the day were: At New York- New York 2, Chicago 4; at Washington- Washington 5, Indianapolis 1 ; at Philadelphia- Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgo; at Boston- Boston .% Detroit 2.

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