On September 14, 1904 — 1904 – Boston, with a half-game lead over New York, sends Bill Dineen to the mound. Patsy Dougherty leads off with a single and Willie Keelerfollows with a bunt that C Lou Criger fires into the crowd to allow Patsy to score. Keeler scores a play later. Boston’s only tally against Jack Chesbro comes in the 9th on a 2-base error and a wild pitch. New York wins 3 – 1. The nightcap is called after five innings and a 1 – 1 score.

 


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Sources:
Baseball Reference September 14
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