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Base Ball Attractions

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Day
20
Month
July
Year
1888
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Public Domain
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Chicago. July 12.- The playing of the two leading clubs in the National Base Ball league has been remarkably imifoi'm this week. When Chicagolost Detroit very magnanimously lost also, and when one captured a game the other did likewise. The scores yesterday were: At Detroit - Philadelphia 4, Detroit (i: at Chicago - Washington 5, Chicago?; at Pittsburg- Boston 6, Pittsburg 8; at Indianapolis- New York 5, Indianapolis 2. Chicago, July 13.- The National Base Ball league played but two games yesterday. those at Detroit and Pittsburg being stopped by bad weather. The scores were: At Chicago - Washington 22, Chicago 9; at Indianapolis - New York 6, Indiauapolis 9. Chicago, July 14.- That score of 23 to9, with which the Statesmen mopped the earth with AasoVs athletes Thursday, was evidently a little too much of a good thing íor the ex-champious, and they rather got away with the Washingtons yesterday. Á peculiar feature of the day's playing in the league was that out of six games fi ve developed a goose egg for the losers. The scores were: At Chicago- Washington 0, Chicago 9; at Indianapolis- New York 4, Indianapolis 0; at Pittsburg- (morning) Boston 0, Pittsburg 4; (afternoon) Boston 0, Pittsburg 6; at Detroit - (flrst game) Philadelphia 2, Detroit 3; (second game) Philadelphia 0, Detroit 3. Chicago, July 10. -Tbe base ball schedules at the close of the playing yesterday were as f ollows : Per lAraerPer Leapne. Won. Lost. cent. ican. Won. Lost. cent. Chicago 42 21 .SiBrooMyn.. 47 22 .680 Detroit 39 23 .629iSt. Louis. ..40 21 .655 New York. .:iiï 26 .580 Cinclnnati..4n 26 .606 Boston 35 31 .53" Athlctic... 38 2 .593 Phil'phia...ai 31 .500 Baltimore..31 34 .477 Pittsburg. ..21 SS .372] Loui8vHle...-4 43 .358 Indta'p'llí..2a 37 .348 Cleveland. .21 43 .328 Washi'gt'n.21 42 .3331 Kans's City .20 42. .322 Per linterPer Western. Won. Lont. ceut.istate. Won. Lost. cent. St. Paul 85 15 .7OOIDavenport..3i 12 .744 DesMolnesisy 19 .54'Peoria 34 13 .723 Kans'sClty.25 24 .510 Dubuqué...2O 17 .540 Omaha 24 24 .500 CrwfdBV'le.27 20 .512 Chicago 27 28 .40 Bl'mingtou.20 20 .500 Mllwaukee.25 28 .471 Danville ...15 23 .406 Minne'p'lis.19 32 .372 Saturday's playing in the league gave the following scores: At Chicago - Chicago 5, New York 1; at Pittsburg- Pittsburg 0, Philadelphia 1; at Indianapolis - Indianapolis 5, Washington 2; at Detroit- Detroit 9, Boston 9 - eleven innings; game called - darkness. Chicago, July 17.- The Chicago club put Baldwin in the box yesterday to piten against New York, but in the first inning Daly essayed to throw to second and struck Baldwin in the back of the head, disabling him for the remainder of the game, and Van Haltren took his place, finishing the inning and game in that position. The New Yorkers scored six runs in the first and three in the second inning. League scores were: At Chicago - New York 12, Chicago 4; at Indianapolis - Washington 0, Indianapolis 2 ; at Pittsburg- Philadelphia 1, Pittsburg 0; at Detroit- Boston 2, Detroit 3. Chicago, July 18. - It' Anson's "colts" can do as well tor the remainder of this week as they have done so far they will succeed in putting Detroit in the lead for the pennant. It only needs the first game lost with the Detroils to do it, and Chicago must win two out of the three games to keep in front. The scores yesterday were at foliows: At Chicago - New York 7, Chicago 4; at Pittsburg- Philadelphia 2, Pittsbnrg 0; at Detroit- linston 6, Detroit 7; at Indianapolis - Wasbingingtou 5, Indianapolis 11.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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