On October 13, 1915 — at the Baker Bowl The Phillies get four runs early off Boston Red Sox pitcher Rube Foster in Game 5 of the World Series. The Red Sox break a tie in the 9th inning for the third time in the Series, as Harry Hooper hits his second home run of the game off reliever Eppa Rixey. Boston wins, 5 – 4, to take the Series in five games.
Bert Niehoff of Phillies slides into 3rd as the throw gets away from Larry Gardner of the Red Sox, at the Baker Bowl, Game 5 of the 1915 World Series, Oct 13, 1915.
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