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Box Scores of New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers FIRST GAME, NEW YORK CITY, OCT. 1. ATTENDANCE, 68,540—GROSS RECEIPTS, $265, 396

BROOKLYN DODGERS ab.

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0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Herman, 2b.

0 0 0 0 0 1 O a 0 0 6 Reiser, cf.

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1 0 Camilli, lb.

0 0
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0 Lavagetto, 3b

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0 Reese, ss.

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NEW YORK YANKEES
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Sturm, lb.
3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 Rolfe, 3b. 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

2 Henrich, rf. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 DiMaggio, of

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Keller, if. 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 Dickey, c.

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6 Gordon, 2b.

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0 Rizzuto, ss. Ruffing, p.

0 Total 29 3 6 10 1

27 a-Batted for Owen in seventh. b-Batted for Casey in seventh.

SCORE BY INNINGS Brooklyn Dodgers.

0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0-2 New York Yankees..

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 Runs batted in-Gordon, 2; Dickey, Owen, Riggs. Earned runs-Dodgers 1, Yankees 3.

Left on bases-Dodgers 6, Yankees 8. Double plays-Rolie and Rizzuto; Gordon, Rizzuto and Sturm. Struck out-By Davis 1, Ruffing 5. Bases on balls-Off Davis 3, Allen 2, Ruffing 3, Hit by pitcher-By Allen (Sturm), Pitching summary-Off Davis 6 hits, 3 runs in 519 innings; Casey 0 runs, 0 hits in 33: Allen 0 runs, 0 hits in 2. Losing pitcher-Davis. Umpires- McGowan (A.L.), plate; Pinelli (N.L.), first base; Grieve (AL), second base; Goetz (N.L.), third base. Time of game2:08. SECOND GAME, NEW YORK CITY, OCT. 2. ATTENDANCE, 66,248–GROSS RECEIPTS, $260,204

BROOKLYN DODGERS ab. r. h. tb. 2b. 3b. hr.

so. sh. sb. po. Walker, rt.

4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 Herman, 2b

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 Reiser, cf. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

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6 Wyatt, p.

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0 DiMaggio, cf.

0 0 0 0
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0 Total.. 34 2 9 10

27 15 a-Ran for Dickey in eighth. b-Batted for Murphy in ninth.

SCORE BY INNINGS Brooklyn Dodgers.

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 New Yankees.

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0 02 Runs batted in-Ohandler, Keller, Reese, Owen, Camilli. Earned runs-Dodgers 2, Yankees 2.

Left on bases-Dodgers 4, Yankees 10. Double plays--Reese, Herman and Camilli; Gordon, Rizzuto and Sturm 2; Dickey and Gordon. Struck out--By Chandler 2, Murphy 2, Wyatt 5. Bases on balls Off Wyatt 5, Chandler 2, Murphy 1. Pitching summary--O11 Chandler 4 hits, 3 runs in 5 innings (none out in sixth); Murphy 2 hits, 0 runs in 4. Losing pitcher-Chandler. Umpires-Pinelll (N.L.) plate; Grieve (AL), first base; Goetz (N.L.), second base; McGowan (A.L.), third base. Time of game2.:31.

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THIRD GAME, BROOKLYN, OCT. 4. ATTENDANCE, 33,100—GROSS RECEIPTS, $158,844

NEW YORK YANKEES
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2 DIMaggio, cf.

0 2 2 0

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2 0 Dickey, c.

0 0 Gordon, 2b 3 0

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1
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0 1 0 0 Coscarart, 2b

0 0 0

0 0 Reiser, cf.

1 2 1

0 1 Medwick, II.

1 0

1 Lavagetto, 3b.

0 0

0 Camfili, lb.

11 Walker, rt.

2 0 Owen, o. Fitzsimmons, p..

0 Casey. p.. French, p. a Galan. Allen, p.

0

0 Total

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2

27 8 a-Batted for French in eighth.

SCORE BY INNINGS
New York Yankees.

0 0 0
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0 0 1 01 Runs batted in-DiMaggio, Keller, Reese. Earned runs-Yankees 2, Dodgers 1.

Left on bases Yankees 7, Dodgers 4. Double plays-Rizzuto and Sturm; Reese and Camilli. Struck out-By Russo 5, Fitzsimmons 1. Bases on balls-Off Russo 2, Fitzsimmons 3. Pitching summaryOff Fitzsimmons 4 hits, 0 runs in 7 innings; Casey 4 hits, 2 runs in 15; French 0 hits, o runs in 25; Allen 0 hits, 0 runs in 1. Losing pitcher-Casey Umpires-Grieve (A.L.), plate; Goetz (N.L.), first base; McGowan (A.L.), second base; Pinelli (N.L.), third base. Time of game-2:22.

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FOURTH GAME, BROOKLYN, OCT. 5. ATTENDANCE, 33,813-GROSS RECEIPTS, $161,397

NEW YORK YANKEES
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0 2 2 0

0 0

0 0 9 1 Rolfe, 3b.

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2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Henrich, rt.

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 DiMaggio, cf.

4
0 0 0 1 0 0

2 Keller, Il.

5
0 0 0 0 0

1 0 Dickey, c.

0 Gordon, 2b.

0 0 Rizzuto, ss.

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2 Donald, p Breuer, p.

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1 aSelkirk Murphy, p. 1

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 Walker, rf.

2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 Relser, cl

0 0 1 0 1 0 Camilii, lb

0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 Riggs, 3b.

1 0 0

2 Medwick, 11.

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0 Allen, p.

0 0 0

0 Casey, p.

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35
9 15 3 0

5

27 a-Batted for Breuer in eighth.

SCORE BY INNINGS New York Yankees.

1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 47 Brooklyn Dodgers..

0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 Runs batted in-Keller 3, Sturm 2, Wasdell 2, Reiser 2, Gordon 2. Earned runs-Yankees 3, Dodgers 4.

Left on bases-Yankees 11, Dodgers 8. Double play--Gordon, Rizzuto and Sturm. Struck outBy Donald 2, Higbe 1, Breuer 2, Casey 1, Murphy 1. Bases on balls-Off Higbe 2, Casey 2, Donald 3. Breuer i Allen 1. Pitching, summary

of Higbe 6 hits, 3 runs in 3?s innings: French 0 hits, 0 runs in 3: Allen 1 hit, 0 runs in 25; Casey 5 hits, 4 runs in 413; Donald 6 hits, 4 runs in 4 (none out in fifth); Breuer 3 hits, 0 runs in 3; Murphy 0 hits, o runs in 2. Hit batsman---By Allen (Heinrich). Winning pitcher-Murphy. Losing pitcher-Casey. Umpires-Goetz (N.L.), plate; McGowan (A.L.), first base: Pinelli (N.L.), second base; Grieve (A.L.). third base. Time of game-2.54.

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a-Batted for Coscarart in seventh. b-Batted for Reese in ninth.

SCORE BY INNINGS New York Yankees.

0 0 1 0

0

3 Brooklyn Dodgers..

0 1 0 0 0 Runs batted in--Gordon, Reiser, Henrich. Earned runs-Yankees 3, Dodgers 1.

Left on bases--Yankees 6, Dodgers 5. Double plays-Owen and Riggs; Reese, Coscarart and Camilli: Herman, Reese and Camilli. Wild pitch--Wyatt. Umpires--McGowan (AL), plate; Pinelli (N.L.). first base; Grieve (A, L.), second base; Goetz (N. L.), third base. Time of game-2:13.

Attendance and Receipts, World Series, 1941

Attendance (paid).
235,773 Players share

431,378.91 Total receipts $1,007,762.00 Each club's share

106.305.94 Advisory Council's share 151.165.60 Each league's share

106,305.94 *Players on the winning club divided $181,179.14 and those on the losing club split $120,786.10, while $129,413.67 was divided among the second third and fourth place clubs in the two leagues. These figures do not include the radio rights of $100,000, of which the players shared 60%.

In the seventh inning of the third game of the series a line drive from the bat of Marius Russo pitcher for the Yankees, struck Fred Fitzsimmons, pitcher for the Dodgers, on the leg and bounced high into the air. The ball was caught for the third out by Reese. Fitzsimmons was unable to continue on the mound and was succeeded by Casey.

In the ninth inning of the fourth game, Henrich swung at a third strike after two were out and missed, but the ball got away from Catcher Mickey Owen of the Dodgers and Henrich reached first. DiMaggio followed with a single and Keller with a double, scoring Henrich and DiMaggio. Dickey walked and Gordon doubled, scoring Keller and Dickey.

Little World Series of 1941
First game, Montreal, Canada, Sept. 26 (night), Fourth game, Columbus, O., Sept. 30 (night).
Attendance, 10.000 (est.)

Attendance, 9,517.
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R H E Columbus 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 6 91 Montreal

0 0 0 1 0 2 100 4 8 1 Montreal .5 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 X--12 14 2 Columbus

OOOO 2 1 11 x- 5 10 1 Batteries-Dickson (1). Gabler (123), Nahem Batteries-Pearce (6) Head (2) and Howell: (53) and Heath; Macon and Howell. Losing Dickson and Poland.

Losing pitcher, Head. pitcher, Dickson.

Fifth Game, Columbus, O., Oct. 1 (night). At

tendance, 6,189. Second game, Montreal, Canada, Sept. 27. At

Montreal

3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 82 tendance, 8,000 (est.)

Columbus

1 4 0 2 1 3 2 0 X--13 16 2 Columbus 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 8 9 1

Batteries-Macon (115), Kehn (4). Sherer (22) Montreal

0110000 2 1-5 8 6 and Howell; Grodzicki and Heath. Losing pitcher, Batteries Grodzicki and Heath; Flowers (1). Macon. Head (6), Rachunok (2) and Howell. Losing

Sixth game, Columbus, O., Oct. 5. Attendance. pitcher, Head.

6.028
Montreal

000 20 5001 - 8 12 1 Third game, Montreal, Canada, Sept 28. At

Columbus

0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 5 9 14 2 tendance, 17,000 (est.)

Batteries-Wicker (313). Pearce (146). Mungo Columbus

000 3100 2 06 13 0 (313), Kehn (pitched to two batters in ninth) and Montreal

0 0 0 2 0 700 X-9 12 1 Howell; Gabler (1), Brecheem (1), Dickson (5), Batteries-Brecheem (3). Harder (2), Barrett Nahem (1). Roe (1) and Heath, Poland. Losing (43), Roe (133), Nahem (i) and Poland, Heath; pitcher, Kehn. Wicker (5), Kehn (1), Mungo (3) and Howell. Figures in parentheses after name of pitchers Winning pitcher, Kehn; losing pitcher, Hader. indicate number of innings pitched.

Columbus won the series four games to two. Total attendance was 57,424 and receipts were $39,270.82. The Commission's share of the receipts was $6.375.84. The Montreal club received $8,256.57 (Canadian money) and the Columbus club $8.180.84. The players' share was $19,645.01.

How Players Shared World Series Money
Winning

Losing

Winning

Losing Yr. G. Players' Share Players' Share Yr. G. Players' Share Players Share 1929 5 Philadelphia..$5,620 Chicago $3,782|1936 6 Yankees. ... $6.430 Giants.. $4.656 1930 6 Philadelphia.. 5.785 Cardinals. 3,875 1937 5 Yankees. 6,471 Giants

4,489 1931 7 Cardinals.. 4,467 Athletics. 3,023|1938 4 Yankees

5,783 Cubs.

4,674 1932 Yankees. 5,232 Cubs. 4,244 1939 4 Yankees. 5,614 Reds..

4,283 1933 5 Giante 4,257 Senators 3,020 1940

7 Reds....
5,803 Tigers

3.531 1934 7 Cardinals. 5,389 Tigers.

3,354 | 1941 5 Yankees . 5,943 Dodgers. 4,829 1935 6 Tigers

6,545 Cubs.

4,1981 The Yankees voted 3214 shares and $6,000 in gratuities; the Dodgers 2614 shares and $6,000 in gratuities.

BASEBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS-1903-1940
Yr.
Winners Won Losers Won

Yr.
Winners Won Losers

Won 1903 Boston, A. L... 5 Pittsb'gh, N. L.. 3 1923 N. Y., AL.... 4 N. Y., N.L.. 1904 N. Y., N. L. re fused play Boston, A.L.

1924 Wash., A. L. ...

N. Y., N.L. 1905 N. Y., N. L ...

Phila., A. L.

1 1925 Pittsb'gh, N. L. 4 Wash., A. L. 1906 Chicago, A. L... Chicago, N. L.

1926 St. Louis, N. L.

N. Y., A L.. 1907 Chicago, N.L.. Detroit, A. L..

1927 N. Y., A. L.

Pitts., N.L... 1908 Chicago, N. L. Detroit, A. L. 1 1928 N. Y., A. L.

S. louis, N. L.. 1909 Pittsb'gh, N. L. 4 Detroit, A. L. 3 1929 Phila., A. L.

Chicago, N. L. 1910 Phila., AL...

Chicago, N. L.
1930 Phila., A. L.

St. Louis, N. L 1911 Phils., A. L.

N. Y., N.L.
1931 St. Louis, N. L.

Phila., A. L. 1912 Boston, A. L. 4 N, Y., N.L.

1932 N. Y., A. L.

Chicago, N. L... 1913 Phila., A. L.

N. Y., N. L.
1933 N. Y., N. L...

Wash., A.L. 1914 Boston, N. L..

Phlla., A. L.

1934 St. Louis, N. L. Detroit, A. L. 1915 Boston, A. L. 4 Phlla, N. L.

1935 Detroit, A. L

Chicago, N. L.. 1916 Boston, A. L.

B'klyn, NL
1936 N. Y., A. L.

N. Y., N.L.. 1917 Chicago, A. L.

N. Y., N. L.
1937 N. Y., A. L.

N. Y., N. L... 1918 Boston, A. L. 4 Chicago, N. L. . 2 1938 N. Y., A. L.

Chicago, N. L.. 1919 Cincin., N. L.

Chicago, A. L
1939 N. Y., A. L..

Cincinnati, N.L. 1920 Clevel'd, A. L. 5 B'klyn, N.L.. 1940 Cinc., N L.

Detroit, A. L., 1921 N. Y., N. L. 5 N. Y., AL 1941 N. Y., A. L.

B'klyn, N. L. 1922 N. Y., NL..

N. Y., AL

WORLD SERIES RECEIPTS AND ATTENDANCE SINCE 1921
Yr.
Clubs
G Atten. Recpts.

Yr.
Clubs

G|Atten. Recpts. 1921 N. Y., N. L-N Y., A. L..8 269,976 $900,233 1932 N. T., A. L.-Chicago, N. L 4191,998 $713.377 1922 N. Y., N. L.-N. Y., A. L..5 185,947 605,475 | 1933 N. Y., N. L.-Wash., A. L. 5163,076 679,365 1923 N. Y., A. L.-N. Y., NL, . 6 301.4301,063.815 ||1934 S. L., N. L.-Detr., A.L... 7281,510 1,128,995 1924 Wash., A. L.-N. Y. N. L.. 7 283,665 1,093, 104 | 1935 Detroit, A. L.-Chic., N. L. 6 286,672 1,173,794 1925 Pitts., N. L-Wash., A. L. . 7282,848 1,182,8541936 N. Y., A. L.-N. Y., N.L.. 6302,924 1,304,399 1926 St. L., N. L.-N. Y., A. L..7 328,051 1.207,864 | 1937 N. Y, A. L.-N. Y.NL.. | 5238,142 1,085,994 1927 N. Y., A. L.-Pitts., N. L. . 4 201.105 783,217 | 1938 N. Y., A. L.-Chicago, N.L. 4 200.833851.166 1928 N. Y., A.L.-St. Louis, N.L. 4 199,072 777,290 | 1939 N.Y., A. L.-Cinnati, N. L. 41183.849 845,329 1929 Phil., A. L.-Chic., N L... 5190, 490 859,484 | 1940 Cine., N, L.-Detroit, A. L7 281,842* 1,322,328 1930 Phila., A.L.-St. Louis, N.L. 6212,619 953,772 | 1941 N. Y., A. L.-B'klyn, N.L.. 5 235,773 1,107,762 1931 St. Louis. N.L.-Phila., A.L. 7/231,587 1,030,723

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Grove Joins List of Pitchers Winning 300 Games Robert Moses (Lefty) Grove, of the Boston Red Sox, defeated the Cleveland Indians 10 to 6 (July 25, 1941) and thereby made himself the twelfth pitcher in the history of baseball to win at least 300 major league games. There follows the list of pitchers who have won 300 or more games:

Yrs.
W. L. PC.

Yrs. W. L. PC. Denton T. (Cy) Young. 22 511 315 .617 John Clarkson.

11 327

.618 Walter Johnson 21 414 276 .600 Eddie Plank

17 324 190 .630 Grover Alexander 20 373 208 .640 Charles Radbourne

11 310 191 .619 Christy Mathewson 17 372 189 .663 Mickey Welch

13 301 Charles A. (Kid) Nichols 15 360 204 .638 Anthony Mulane

13 302 Tim Keefe

14 342
Robert M. Grove

17 300 138 .685 • No record.

The won-and-lost record of Grove by years follows:
Year Club
W. L. PC. Year Club

W. L. PO. 1925 Athletics 10 12 .455 1934 Red Sox

8 8 1926 Athletics

.500 13 13 .500 1935 Red Sox

20 12 .625 1927 Athletics 20 13 .606 1936 Red Sox

17 12 .586 1928 Athletics 24 8 .750 1937 Red Sox

17 9 .654 1929 Athletics 20 6 .769 1938 Red Sox

14

.778 1930 Athletics 28 5 .848 1939 Red Sox

15

.789 1931 Athletics 31 4 .886 1940 Red Sox

7 6 .538 1932 Athletics 25 10 .714 1941 Red Sox

7 .500 1933 Athletics

24 8 .750

Longest Games Played in the Major Leagues

NATIONAL LEAGUE-26 INNINGS, Boston, May 1, 1920 Brooklyn

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AMERICAN LEAGUE-—24 INNINGS, Boston, Sept. 1, 1906 Philadelphia

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