TCBA Yearbook

1909

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TCBA Almanac

 

Mahley Division

W

L

GB

 

McCorkindale Division

W

L

GB

 

So. Starrucca

Ainspans

98

56

…

 

Bergen

Barflies

88

66

…

Cleveland

Spiders

85

69

13.0

 

Cleveland

Naps

87

67

1.0

Hyde Park

Vitamen

49

105

49.0

 

Bradenton

Buckeyes

83

71

5.0

Long Island

Islanders

37

117

61.0

 

Mexicali

Mallards

69

85

19.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kirwin Division

W

L

GB

 

Seitz Division

W

L

GB

Mimosa

Mirthmakers

96

58

…

 

Buffalo

Mules

86

68

…

Grand Rapids

Wolverines

92

62

4.0

 

Turin

Mountaineers

79

75

4.0

Waukesha

Freemen

85

69

11.0

 

London

Tecumsehs

66

88

20.0

Pittsburgh

Rebels

79

75

17.0

 

Hereford

Highlanders

53

101

33.0

 

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Larry Smith –

Gerry Hobbs – (Reporting a series between his Cleveland Naps and Bob Wood’s Bradenton Buckeyes)

The runners take their lead ... he brings it home ... popped a mile high ... the runners are moving;

Wood moves under it ... and it hits him right on top of the head! ... the ball rolls away

it's all over! ... TENNEY scores

Buckeyes 1, Naps 2

 

Bob Wood - Old Woody Wood - always using his head ....

Al Keefer (reporting on a Waukesha-Mexicali series) –

Game #2:  This was one to remember as both pitchers were on their games. Addie Joss threw 17 innings of no-hit ball for Waukesha, while the Mallards' Lew Moren went 15 innings, giving up 4 hits and 7 walks, but 0 runs. He was helped by the Mallard catcher, Boss Schmidt, who threw out 7 of 8 Freemen trying to steal.  Suggs came on to pitch for Mexicali in the 15th and pitched into the 18th, not allowing a run.  When the Mallards came to bat in the bottom of the 18th, Dougherty reached on a Honus Wagner error, and Frank Chance (followed with) the Mallards first and only hit of the game, a run scoring triple, for a 1-0 Mexicali win.

WP-Suggs (3-0)  LP-Joss (15-3)

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 World Series – Mimosa defeated Buffalo 4 games to 2.