|Eden Bohemians at Psychedelphia Woodstockings|
DP-Double Play; E-Error; FO-Fly Out; GO-Ground Out; HR-Homerun
K-Strikeout; LO-Lineout; T-Triple; W-Walk; - Single; = Double
AB-At Bats; H-Hits; HR-Homeruns
RBI-Runs Batted In; B AVE-Batting Average
W-Won; L-Lost; IP-Innings Pitched; H-Hits
R-Runs ER-Earned Runs; W-Walks; K-Strikeouts
|Homeruns||Woodsox: Ho Chi Minh|
|Doubles||Bohemians: Brecht, Kafka, Lewis
Woodsox: Friedan (2), Ho Chi Minh, Savio
|Errors||Bohemians-2 (Flaubert, Lewis)
Woodsox-2 (Friedan, Stanley)
|Umpires||Berkowitz, de Salvo, Gacy,|
|Game Time||3 hours, 28 minutes|
|Most Cosmic Player (MCP)|
|Ho Chi Minh
Starting Bohemian pitcher Kurt Vonnegut gave up five earned runs in the first two innings and the rest of the Bohemians, despite knocking out 10 hits never had a chance. Sinclair Lewis, author of Arrowsmith and Main Street among other novels continued his phenomenal hitting by 3-for-4 but the Bohemians stranded 10 baserunners.
The Woodsox do not often show much offensive punch but today they whacked 11 hits, including a homerun by game MCP Ho Chi Minh, a triple by the acid man Owsley Stanley, and four doubles. But the Woodsox also had trouble getting baserunners back to home stranding nine.
Woodsox pitcher, Jerry Rubin, has done it again, pitching another complete game. Both teams left something to be desired defensively, each team had two errors.