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.

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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