Venues hosting pennant contenders Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Louisville are highlighted in yellow.
Games of Tuesday, September 14, 1909
At Eclipse Park in Louisville
(eight innings; called on account of darkness)
The Colonels pick up two games on the first-place Brewers.
Bill Hogg is the winner in Game 1 behind perfect defense.
In Game 2, Jack Halla halts the Milwaukees despite only four Louisville hits, two of which were his own!
At Neil Park in Columbus
St. Paul Saints.....0
Clyde Goodwin shuts down the Saints on six hits as the Senators play errorless ball.
At West Washington Park, Indianapolis
The Millers pick up a game and a half on the Brewers as Nick Altrock pockets the win over Oscar Graham.
At Swayne Field, Toledo
Toledo Mud Hens.....7
Kansas City Blues.....6
The Mud Hens flap 14 hits in support of pitcher Hi West. Sporting Life: “In a game replete with sensational fielding and heavy hitting, the Toledo team won again from Kansas City to-day.” West triples on his own behalf.
And that’s your updated American Association scoreboard for Tuesday, September 14, one hundred years ago today!