Sunday, September 20, 2009

Standings and Scoreboard for Sept. 18, 1909

Here are the standings for Sept. 18, 1909 inclusive of the day's games, as appeared in Sporting Life. Venues hosting pennant contenders are highlighted in yellow.

Minneapolis.....84-68..... .553
Milwaukee.....86-71..... .548
Louisville.....81-72..... .529
St. Paul.....74-77..... .490
Indianapolis.....77-81..... .487
Columbus.....78-82..... .478
Toledo.....72-81..... .470
Kansas City.....69-86..... .445

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At Eclipse Park, Louisville
Minneapolis Millers.....2
Louisville Colonels.....1
The Millers won the second game in the series in a squeaker, posting one run in the ninth for which Louisville could not answer against Nick Altrock. Bill Hogg was the loser despite allowing only five hits.

At Washington Park, Indianapolis
Game 1
Indianapolis Indians.....6
Milwaukee Brewers.....5
The Indians rallied against Frank Schneiberg to score two runs with two out in the ninth to take game one, Oscar Graham the winner in relief of Vive Lindaman.

Game 2
Indianapolis Indians.....5
Milwaukee Brewers.....0
Oscar Graham held Milwaukee in check with three hits when the game was called in the eighth on account of darkness as the Brewers lose first-place to the Millers.

At Neil Park, Columbus
Game 1
Columbus Senators.....7
Kansas City Blues.....1
Clyde Goodwin the winner over Gus Dorner.

Game 2
Columbus Senators.....1
Kansas City Blues.....0
Fred Link held the Blues to two hits in posting the shutout.

At Swayne Field, Toledo
Toledo Mud Hens.....3
St. Paul Saints.....2
Karl Robinson the winner, Charlie Chech the loser.

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