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Detroit Tigers 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 2

Detroit Tigers 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 2

Day

World Series Game Played on Saturday, October 9, 1909 (D) at Forbes Field

DET A    0  2  3    0  2  0    0  0  0  -   7  9  2
PIT N    2  0  0    0  0  0    0  0  0  -   2  5  1
BATTING
Detroit Tigers        AB   R   H RBI      BB  SO      PO   A
D. Jones lf            5   1   1   0       0   0       1   0
Bush ss                3   1   1   0       1   1       0   2
Cobb rf                3   1   1   0       1   0       0   0
Crawford cf            4   1   1   0       0   1       3   0
Delahanty 2b           3   1   1   2       1   1       3   1
Moriarty 3b            3   1   1   0       1   0       3   1
T. Jones 1b            3   1   1   0       1   0       8   1
Schmidt c              4   0   2   4       0   0       9   1
Donovan p              4   0   0   0       0   1       0   4
Totals                32   7   9   6       5   4      27  10
FIELDING - 
DP: 1.
E: Delahanty (2), Donovan (1).
BATTING - 
2B: Schmidt (1,off Camnitz); Delahanty (1,off Camnitz); Crawford (1,off Willis).
SH: Bush (2,off Camnitz).
Team LOB: 4.
BASERUNNING - 
SB: Cobb (2,Home off Willis/Gibson).
CS: D. Jones (1,3rd base by Camnitz/Gibson); Bush (1,2nd base by Willis/Gibson).
Pittsburgh Pirates    AB   R   H RBI      BB  SO      PO   A
Byrne 3b               3   1   0   0       1   1       4   2
Leach cf               4   1   2   1       0   0       2   1
Clarke lf              3   0   0   0       0   0       3   0
Wagner ss              4   0   1   0       0   1       1   2
Miller 2b              4   0   1   1       0   1       0   5
Abstein 1b             4   0   1   0       0   3      12   1
Wilson rf              4   0   0   0       0   0       0   0
Gibson c               2   0   0   0       1   0       4   2
Camnitz p              1   0   0   0       0   0       0   1
  Willis p             2   0   0   0       0   1       1   2
Totals                31   2   5   2       2   7      27  16
FIELDING - 
DP: 1.
E: Abstein (1).
BATTING - 
2B: Leach 2 (2,off Donovan 2); Miller (1,off Donovan).
SH: Clarke (1,off Donovan).
Team LOB: 5.
BASERUNNING - 
SB: Gibson (1,2nd base off Donovan/Schmidt); Wagner (1,2nd base off Donovan/Schmidt).
CS: Wagner (1,3rd base by Donovan/Schmidt).
PITCHING
Detroit Tigers        IP     H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
Donovan W(1-0)         9     5   2   2   2   7   0
Pittsburgh Pirates    IP     H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
Camnitz L(0-1)         2.1   6   5   4   1   2   0
Willis                 6.2   3   2   2   4   2   0
Totals                 9     9   7   6   5   4   0

Umpires: Billy Evans (AL), Bill Klem (NL)
Time of Game: 1:45   Attendance: 30915
Starting Lineups:

   Detroit Tigers                Pittsburgh Pirates       
1. D. Jones            lf        Byrne               3b
2. Bush                ss        Leach               cf
3. Cobb                rf        Clarke              lf
4. Crawford            cf        Wagner              ss
5. Delahanty           2b        Miller              2b
6. Moriarty            3b        Abstein             1b
7. T. Jones            1b        Wilson              rf
8. Schmidt             c         Gibson              c
9. Donovan             p         Camnitz             p

TIGERS 1ST: D. Jones singled; Debut game for Howie
Camnitz; Bush out on a sacrifice bunt (pitcher to first) [D.
Jones to second]; D. Jones was caught stealing third (catcher to
third); Cobb grounded out (second to first); 0 R, 1 H, 0 E, 0
LOB.  Tigers 0, Pirates 0.

PIRATES 1ST: Byrne walked; Leach doubled to left [Byrne scored];
Clarke out on a sacrifice bunt (pitcher to first) [Leach to
third]; Wagner struck out; Miller doubled to right [Leach
scored]; Abstein was called out on strikes; 2 R, 2 H, 0 E, 1
LOB.  Tigers 0, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 2ND: Crawford was called out on strikes; Delahanty
grounded out (shortstop to first); Moriarty singled to left; T.
Jones singled to left [Moriarty to third]; Schmidt doubled to
center [Moriarty scored, T. Jones scored]; Donovan struck out; 2
R, 3 H, 0 E, 1 LOB.  Tigers 2, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 2ND: Wilson grounded out (pitcher to first); Gibson
walked; Camnitz popped to third in foul territory; Gibson stole
second; Byrne struck out; 0 R, 0 H, 0 E, 1 LOB.  Tigers 2,
Pirates 2.

TIGERS 3RD: D. Jones reached on an error by Abstein; Bush
singled to left [D. Jones to second]; Cobb walked [D. Jones to
third, Bush to second]; Crawford made an out to left; Delahanty
doubled to center [D. Jones scored (unearned), Bush scored, Cobb
to third]; WILLIS REPLACED CAMNITZ (PITCHING); Cobb stole
home; Debut game for Vic Willis; Moriarty walked; T.
Jones forced Moriarty (pitcher to third); Schmidt made an out to
left; 3 R, 2 H, 1 E, 2 LOB.  Tigers 5, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 3RD: Leach doubled to left; Clarke made an out to
center; Wagner popped to catcher; Miller struck out; 0 R, 1 H, 0
E, 1 LOB.  Tigers 5, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 4TH: Donovan grounded out (second to first); D. Jones
grounded out (third to first); Bush struck out; 0 R, 0 H, 0 E, 0
LOB.  Tigers 5, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 4TH: Abstein singled to right; Wilson popped to catcher
in foul territory; Gibson made an out to left; Willis lined to
second; 0 R, 1 H, 0 E, 1 LOB.  Tigers 5, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 5TH: Cobb grounded out (first unassisted); Crawford
doubled to left; Delahanty walked; Moriarty popped to first; T.
Jones walked [Crawford to third, Delahanty to second]; Schmidt
singled to center [Crawford scored, Delahanty scored, T. Jones
out at third (center to third)]; 2 R, 2 H, 0 E, 1 LOB.  Tigers
7, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 5TH: Byrne made an out to center; Leach grounded out
(third to first); Clarke grounded out (pitcher to first); 0 R, 0
H, 0 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 6TH: Donovan grounded out (second to first); D. Jones
flied to center; Bush walked; Bush was caught stealing second
(catcher to shortstop); 0 R, 0 H, 0 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers 7, Pirates
2.

PIRATES 6TH: Wagner reached on an error by Donovan [Wagner to
first]; Miller grounded out (shortstop to first) [Wagner to
second]; Abstein was called out on strikes; Wagner was caught
stealing third (catcher to third); 0 R, 0 H, 1 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers
7, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 7TH: Cobb singled to left; Crawford hit into a double
play (second to first) [Cobb out at third (first to third)];
Delahanty struck out; 0 R, 1 H, 0 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 7TH: Wilson reached on an error by Delahanty [Wilson to
first]; Gibson hit into a double play (shortstop to first)
[Wilson out at third (first to third)]; Willis struck out; 0 R,
0 H, 1 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 8TH: Moriarty flied to left; T. Jones grounded out
(shortstop to first); Schmidt grounded out (second to first); 0
R, 0 H, 0 E, 0 LOB.  Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 8TH: Byrne popped to second; Leach grounded out (pitcher
to first); Clarke popped to second; 0 R, 0 H, 0 E, 0 LOB. 
Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

TIGERS 9TH: Donovan grounded out (pitcher to first); D. Jones
popped to pitcher; Bush lined to center; 0 R, 0 H, 0 E, 0 LOB. 
Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

PIRATES 9TH: Wagner singled to right; Wagner stole second;
Miller grounded out (second to first) [Wagner to third]; Abstein
struck out; Wilson made an out to center; 0 R, 1 H, 0 E, 1 LOB. 
Tigers 7, Pirates 2.

Final Totals      R   H   E  LOB
 Tigers           7   9   2    4
 Pirates          2   5   1    5

References

Total Baseball: The Ultimate Baseball Encyclopedia by John Thorn, et al.
2006 ESPN Baseball Encyclopedia by Gary Gillette (Editor), Pete Palmer (Editor).

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