THE MICHIGAN DAILY '
WED~NESDAY, SEPTEBER 28, 19
Red Soxall Blasts Senators, 6-4,
Masterson's Relief Work
Saves Crucial Flag Tilt
ton Red Sox last night maintained
their one-game lead over the New
York Yankees in the hot American
League pennant race by beating
the Washington Senators, 6 to 4.
A four-run sixth inning gave the
Sox a 6 to 0 lead, sufficient to
stave off Washington's late rallies
in the seventh and eighth. Walter
Masterson relieved Joe Dobson in
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BEFORE HE was knocked out
Dobson had singled home the last
run of the Red Sox big sixth. It
followed Birdie Tebbetts' two run-
single. Earlier in the sixth Vern
Stephens' one-baser had driven
in Johnny Pesky.
Dobson held the Senators to
one hit over the first six innings,
but began to weaken in the sev-
Dobson walked Ed Stewart to
start the seventh. Roberto Ortiz
followed with a single to left.
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Eddie Robinson connected and
sent a drive against the right field
wall but no one scored as it ap-
peared that Al Zarilla might catch
DOBSON bore down and got
former Ped Sox Sam Mele to foul
out. Sam Dente flied out, Stewart
scoring after the catch and Jake
Early ended the frame by ground-
The Senators knocked out
Dobson in the next round.
Pinch-hitter Gil Coan opened
the frame with a single. Ed Yost
walked and Sherry Robertson
singled to score Coan, Yost mov-
ing to third. Masterson took
over at this point and induced
Ortii to bang into a doubleplay,
Robertson scoring. Robinson
then flied out to end the bid.
Mele opened the Senator ninth
with a single but Dente hit into a
twin-killing and Early flied out
to end the game.
PAUL CALVER.T started for the
Senators and was relieved by Hud-
son in the sixth who gave way to
Hittle in the same inning. Hittle
worked until the eighth with
Mickey Harris finishing up.
The Sox meet the Nationals
again under the lights tonight in
the capital city.
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CHICAGO - ()-Joe Gordon's
ninth inning single on relief
pitcher Howie Judson's first pitch
scored Lou Boudreau with the
winning run as the Cleveland In-
dians defeated the Chicago White
Sox, 3-2, before 8,782 persons here
The victory pulled the Tribe
within two games of third place
Detroit in American League stand-
Stay in Race
NEW YORK-(IP)-Still boiling
with a charge that umpire Bill
Grieve "blew" the big decision in
Monday's game with Boston, the
New York Yankees kept their pen-
nant hopes alive yesterday by
downing Philadelphia, 3-1, for Vic!
Raschi's 20th victory.
The win left the Yanks a game
back of the leading Red Sox who
defeated Washington last night,
Shortly after hearing that out-
fielder Cliff Mapes had been fined
$200 and Manager Casey Stengel
and talph Houk, $150 each, for
Monday's argument with Grieve,
the Yanks ripped into Dick Fowler
for three big runs in the third in-
After that outburst they were
cooled off by little Bobby Shantz,
Mr. Mack's pint-sized lefty, who
allowed only one hit in a superb
relief job over 5 2/3 innings.
Raschi, the Yanks' first 20-game
winner since Spud Chandler in
1946, allowed only four hits in a
workmanlike job. It was his third
try at the American's 20 club and
he finallydmade it to join Boston's
Ellis Kinder and Mel Parnell and
Cleveland's Bobby Lemon.
The Yanks cashed in on Dick
Fowler's sudden wild streak inthe
third. Phil Rizzuto pumped a sin-
gle to center. Then Fowler, a 14
game winner, walked Jim Delsing
and Bobby Brown to fill the bases.
He couldn't find. the plate and also
passed Henrich forcing in a run.
Yogi Berra's two run single to cen-
ter brought Shantz ambling to the
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St. Louis .....95 55 .633
Brooklyn .....94 56 .627
Philadelphia . 79 72 .523
Boston .......73 77 .487
New York ....73 78 .483
Pittsburgh ... 68 82 .453
Cincinnati ... .61 90 .404
Chicago' ......59 92 .391
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Brooklyn at Boston
4ew York at Philadelphia
Boston .......95 55
New York . . ..94 56
Cleveland .....84 65
Philadelphia ..79 71
Chicago ......62 87
St. Louis .....51 100
Washington .. 48 102
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THE UMPIRE'S RIGHT?
Yanks FinIed for Squeeze Play Protest
When? Within the
Next Three Weeks
NEW YORK-American League
President Will Harridge yesterday
fined three New York Yankees a
total of $500 for alleged mistreat-
ment of an umpire-a move that
led the pennant contenders to
charge their league chief with
being as wrong as the umpire in-
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Throughout the day, the reper-
cussions resulting from Monday's
dispute over the winning run in a
game which the Yanks lost to the
Boston Red Sox rebounded be-
tween Harridge's Chicago office
and Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
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HARRIDGE LED off by fining
Yankee outfielder Cliff Mapes
$200 and demanding an immediate
apology for remarks made to Um-
pire Bill Grieve.
The league head said he was
advised that Mapes confronted
Grieve after the game and asked
him "How much did you have
bet on the game?" That, said
Harridge, was a reflection of
the umpire's honesty. He also
fined Yankee Manager Casey
Stengel and catcher Ralph Houk
It all started in the eighth in-
ning of Monday's game when
Johnny Pesky of Boston came
roaring home from third base on
a squeeze play. At the moment, the
teams were deadlocked for the
American League lead and the
game was tied at 6-6.
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