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1875 - World Series Game 6

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Posted 01-13-2017 at 09:10 AM by TheEquinox


This time, I selected the best hitters in the post season so far and lined them up on #1 and #2 in the list. And it paid off right in the first inning. Charlie Gould hit a nice single right through the middle, Charlie Pabor batted him in with a double and no outs. Nick Wehman flew out, Levi Meyerle was hit by a pitch. So the first two bases were now loaded with 1 out. George Bechtel followed up with a single and loaded all bases. Davy Force was sent off by fielders choice, allowing Charlie to score and Levi to advance to 3rd base. Jim H O'Rourke completed this nice first inning scoring run and made it 3-0 for Boston.

Cleveland managed to crawl closer in the 4th inning, when their first baseman, Jim Brooks fired a triple and several fielding errors allowed both Jim and his teammate Cap Anson to score for the Blues. 3-2 Boston.

In the bottom of the 6th inning, Cleveland managed to grab the lead with a single by Willie Bradley and a couple of painful errors. 4-3 Cleveland.

But we hadn't given up yet and managed to jump out in front again in the top of the 8th inning. Single hits by Nick Wehman, Levi Meyerle and Davy Force as well as a couple of fielding errors by Cleveland gave us another 3 runs to make it a 6-4 Boston lead.

In the final inning, Cleveland was close to to a tie after Adam Stuart scored following a passed ball. Mike Brogan and Ricardo Rosas stood ready on 2nd and 3rd base with only one out, but Hugh Campbell didn't give away another hit and Boston picked up another close 6-5 win!

Boston Red Stockings - 3
Cleveland Blues - 3

So a seventh decision game will have to determine this year's champions. Given we didn't really think we'd stand much of a chance against the Blues, this is already a nice accomplishment!
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