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1876 - World Series Game 1

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Posted 01-17-2017 at 04:34 AM by TheEquinox
Updated 01-17-2017 at 05:20 AM by TheEquinox

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Our first game at home saw both teams start out slowly. In the first two innings, both pitchers did an excellent job and didn't allow a single hit. Only in the bottom of the 3rd, it was Orator Shafer who was able to break the walls with a nice hit through the middle. A throwing error in a pickoff attempt allowed him to advance to second base from where he was batted in by George Hall with a nice single towards the left field. 1-0 Boston.

Cleveland equilized the game in the 6th inning when a single by Carlos Tamayo, followed by a wild pitch and a double by Cap Anson was enough to lt Carlos cross the plate. 1-1.

In the top of the 7th inning, Cleveland took the lead following a nice series of hits by John Pierson, Carlos Tamayo and Jim A Devlin. Together with a fielding error by Orator Shafer, that was enough for them to score two more runs and jump ahead: 3-1 Cleveland.

Boston answered immediately in the bottom of the 7th inning, though. Davy Force reached 1st base after a fielding error and advanced to the 3rd base following a throwing error on a steal attempt. Mike Schulze followed up with a 1-pitch single and drove him in. Cleveland produced more errors now, allowing Yin X, Orator Shafer and George Hall to load the bases. A nice single by Levi Meyerle finally allowed Yin and Orator to cross the plate and Boston to recapture the lead : 4-3 Boston.

Cleveland came back a last time in the eight, when Juan Ramos reached on error and two singles by Jon Pierson and Vinny Herrera brought him home. 4-4.

The ballgame was decided in the bottom of the eight, when Jim H O'Rourke and Nick Wehman hit two consecutive doubles to start off the inning for Boston with a run. Davy Force got an intentional walk and Mike Schulze reached on error, thus loading the bases. When Cleveland's 1B Jon Pierson was unable to catch a pass from his pitcher on Orator Shafer's at-bat, the ball tumbled into the outfield and allowed Nick and Davy to cross the plate for two more runs. Two more runs were added following further singles by Levi Meyerle and Jim H O'Rourke to finish the inning with 6 runs and a score of 10-4 Boston.



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