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July 16, 2013

And it came down to the last batter…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 11:21 pm

Two fairly evenly matched teams met in this 1st round match-up of the 30th seeded 1914 Detroit Tigers and the 35th seeded 1914 Brooklyn Tip-Tops.  The Tiger hurler carried a perfect game into the 5th inning only to lose it on a single by Tex Wisterzil with two outs.

Both teams only knocked out five hits. The Tip-Tops won it in the bottom of the 9th inning when Tom Seaton led off with a single and moved to 2nd when the next hitter, Claude Cooper, was hit by a pitch.  Both runners moved up 90 feet when Hap Myers grounded out to the Tiger first sacker on an unassisted play.  Al Shaw ended it when he roped a single to left to knock in the 1st and only run of the game.  Great game!





Less than 10 episodes to go and I’ll be done finished with the Andy Griffith Show.  The one where Goober goes to the Auto Show is one of my favorites.  We need more shows like this.  I can’t say that enough!


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