BOX SCORES Chicago (N) @ Boston (A)
Game #: 1314,   (GAME LOG)  , Saturday, 10/21/1946
 
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Chicago (N)10004010202 10151
Boston (A)33010010001 9162
 
Chicago (N)ABRHRBIBBKLOBAVGHRRBI
W. Lockman CF7111005.30825
B. Serrell 2B6030003.27719
T. Williams LF3111302.359512
J. Gibson C 6110027.362416
H. Easterling 3B5220104.41701
T. Henrich 1B5221124.333210
J. Davis RF2124201.211411
    1-L. Olmo RF1110000.40001
J. Wallaesa SS4111113.35115
W. Spahn P 1000010.36404
    2-M. Irvin PH1000000.07101
    P. Masterson P 0000000.00000
    3-D. Young PH1000001.20001
    C. Pickrel P 0000000.00000
    4-H. Miller PH1000001.50001
    G. Gick P 10120001.00002
Totals441015108631.2842221010
Substitution Notes
1 - L. Olmo pinch ran for J. Davis in the 9th
2 - M. Irvin pinch hit for W. Spahn in the 5th
3 - D. Young pinch hit for P. Masterson in the 7th
4 - H. Miller pinch hit for C. Pickrel in the 9th
BATTING
Doubles: T. Henrich (6, 9th inning off De la cruz, 1 on, 0 out.) L. Olmo (2, 11th inning off Baker, 0 on, 1 out.)
Homeruns: W. Lockman (2, 1st inning off De la cruz, 0 on, 0 out.) T. Williams (5, 5th inning off De la cruz, 0 on, 0 out.) J. Davis (4, 5th inning off De la cruz, 2 on, 1 out.)
Runs Batted In: W. Lockman (5), T. Williams (12), T. Henrich (10), J. Davis 4 (11), J. Wallaesa (5), G. Gick 2 (2)
Stolen Bases: L. Olmo 2 (3), J. Wallaesa (1)
Sacrifice Hits: B. Serrell (2), W. Spahn (1)
Sacrifice Flies: J. Davis (1), J. Wallaesa (1)
Team LOB: 13

FIELDING
Errors:
H. Easterling
Double Plays: 3 (Davis-Henrich, Serrell-Wallaesa-Henrich, Henrich-Wallaesa-Henrich)
 
Boston (A)ABRHRBIBBKLOBAVGHRRBI
F. Coimbre CF4221010.40008
    1-D. Siebert PH1000011.40002
    2-J. Cicero CF1000010.00000
C. Lavagetto SS6221012.31015
E. Robinson 1B4244100.432517
    3-G. Selkirk PR0000000.23101
    4-N. Robinson 1B1000000.00000
B. Delancey C 5000024.326210
B. Young 2B5121011.282312
S. Chapman LF5021012.421416
B. Adams RF3000012.13302
    5-P. Reiser RF2000003.11101
B. Sullivan 3B5120001.30801
T. De la cruz P 3010001.25000
    T. Baker P 0000000.00000
    M. Filley P 0000000.00000
    6-F. Hayes PH11110001.00011
Totals4691691917.271213890
Substitution Notes
1 - D. Siebert pinch hit for F. Coimbre in the 8th
2 - J. Cicero substituted for D. Siebert in the 9th
3 - G. Selkirk pinch ran for E. Robinson in the 9th
4 - N. Robinson substituted for G. Selkirk in the 10th
5 - P. Reiser pinch hit for B. Adams in the 7th
6 - F. Hayes pinch hit for M. Filley in the 11th
BATTING
Doubles: F. Coimbre 2 (3, 1st inning off Spahn, 0 on, 0 out, 2nd inning off Spahn, 1 on, 1 out.) E. Robinson (4, 2nd inning off Spahn, 1 on, 1 out.) B. Sullivan 2 (3, 2nd inning off Spahn, 0 on, 0 out, 3rd inning off Spahn, 0 on, 2 out.)
Homeruns: E. Robinson 2 (5, 1st inning off Spahn, 1 on, 1 out, 4th inning off Spahn, 0 on, 2 out.) B. Young (3, 1st inning off Spahn, 0 on, 2 out.) F. Hayes (1, 11th inning off Gick, 0 on, 0 out.)
Runs Batted In: F. Coimbre (8), C. Lavagetto (5), E. Robinson 4 (17), B. Young (12), S. Chapman (16), F. Hayes (1)
Stolen Bases: C. Lavagetto (2)
Sacrifice Hits: T. De la cruz (1)
Team LOB: 5

FIELDING
Errors:
B. Adams 2
Double Plays: 1 (Young-Lavagetto-Robinson)
 
Chicago (N)IPHRERBBKHRPIPSERARECORD
W. Spahn 4107704381534.98 
P. Masterson 210001017116.75 
C. Pickrel 231112030184.50 
G. Gick W321102131252.251-0
PITCHING
Intentional BB: C. Pickrel
Batters Faced: W. Spahn 22, P. Masterson 6, C. Pickrel 10, G. Gick 10
Ground Balls-Fly Balls: W. Spahn 5-2, P. Masterson 2-2, C. Pickrel 2-2, G. Gick 5-1
Game Score: W. Spahn 18
 
Boston (A)IPHRERBBKHRPIPSERARECORD
T. De la cruz 812886531397611.08 
T. Baker L2.132221043234.150-1
M. Filley 0.2000000631.93 
PITCHING
Intentional BB: T. De la cruz
Batters Faced: T. De la cruz 42, T. Baker 12, M. Filley 2
Inherited Runners-Scored: T. Baker 1-1, M. Filley 1-0
Ground Balls-Fly Balls: T. De la cruz 4-12, T. Baker 3-3, M. Filley 2-0
Game Score: T. De la cruz 25
 
GAME INFO
Time: 4:31
Attendance: 44971 (45000, 99.9%) at Fenway Park I
Weather: Clear skies (59 degrees), wind blowing out to center at 9 mph
PLAYER OF THE GAME: Eddie Robinson
Game Notes:
Frankie Hayes hit the longest homer of his career, it went 455 feet.
 

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