On August 28, 1913 — Walter Johnson’s 14-game winning streak is ended, although it takes Boston 11 innings to beat him 1 – 0. Boston manages a 2nd-inning single by Steve Yerkes and doesn’t have another baserunner until Yerkes singles again in the 11th, and reaches third as the ball goes through the legs of CF Clyde Milan. A fielder’s choice and a single win it. Johnson strikes out 10, including five in a row, and walks none.