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TIGES LOSE THE FIRST, BUT STILL LOOK GOOD
FAILURE TO BACK UP MULLIN'S FINE WORK CAUSES DEFEAT, 4 TO 1 Big George Pitches Great Game, But Bad Slips by Delehanty and Bush, Mixed in With Gibson's Two-Bagger, Put Pirates in Lead After Clarke's Home Run Ties It Up. ADAMS NERVOUS AT FIRST, BUT SOON SETTLES DOWN Seems to Be Little Choice Between the Two Clubs As Far as Playing Strength Goes--Evenly Matched in Hitting, Detroit Better on the Bases, Pittsburg in the Field. PITTSBURG.
Detroit Free Press (1858-1922) - Detroit, Mich.
Author: Jackson, Joe
Date: Oct 9, 1909
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Pages: 2
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Into two innings of the opening game the Tigers crowded all of their bad play, three errors and a couple of bits of faulty fielding not charged as such coming in the fifth and sixth periods.

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