On September 8, 1922 — The Yankees go back on top, this time to stay, beating the Senators, 8 – 1, behind Carl Mays. New York’s win is triggered by Wally Pipp’s 6th inning 3-run homer off Walter Johnson, the second homer Wally has dinged off the Senators’ ace in nine days.

 


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