The World Champion 1913 Red Sox was a team still divided against itself. They were the champions, yet throughout the long cold winter, the press criticized the owner James McAleer unmercifully because of the way the 1912 World Series was handled. In such a negative climate, only a few players were able to cash in on their fleeting notoriety. Buck O'Brien, Hugh Bradley and Marty McHale hit the vaudeville circuit and toured the far reaches of New England, where the sight of a bona fide major leaguer was a novelty.
The 1913 Red Sox begin spring training with the same players and the same internal rift that they had in 1912. Joe Wood and Tris Speaker were strong Protestants in a mostly Irish-Catholic city. The hostility between them and the Catholics on the team was still there. Speaker, who later admitted being a member of the Klu Klux Klan, had a long running personal feud with catcher Bill Carrigan. It was a feud that was so heated, it later evolved into a fist fight. Speaker also had run-ins with other Catholic team members and didn't speak to fellow outfielders Duffy Lewis and Harry Hooper.
Spring training itself was uneventful, except for the fact that on March 8th, Joe Wood, playing third base at practice, sprained an ankle. That ankle sprain affected the way Wood pitched for months to come. But it was felt that two great rookie pitchers gave the staff a measure of protection. Dutch Leonard had gone 29-9 with the Denver club in 1912, and joining him was Rube Foster, who dazzled the Texas League with a 24-7 record.
The Red Sox began the season with one of the biggest payrolls in baseball and opening day provided a look into what the season was going to become. Joe Wood received the honor of pitching the first game of the season, on April 10th, and struck out six in the first four innings. He then faltered, giving up five runs in seven innings in a 10-9 loss to the Philadelphia Athletics, at a chilly Fenway Park.
After losing the first two games of the season, the Sox welcomed the New York Yankees to Fenway. On April 14th, Duffy Lewis smashed a ball to right-center, good for two bases, scoring Joe Wood from third and Tris Speaker from first with the only runs that the "Speed Boys" were able to turn in, winning the game 2 to 1.
The Sox took to the road and split the trip, playing .500 ball in Philadelphia, Washington and New York. They returned to Fenway and lost three of the four games played with Washington. The only bright spot was Hugh Bedient, who won three of the four games he pitched.
Joe Wood continued to falter, perhaps bothered by the ankle, and at Navin Field in Detroit on May 12th, he slipped fielding a bunt and injured his right thumb. He missed four starts, but when he returned, he seemed to alter his pitching motion, maybe to compensate. As Wood fought to regain his form, the Red Sox never got on track. They immediately fell in the standings, and went 11 and 11 on their road trip, finishing the month in 5th place, 12 games behind.
With the Chicago White Sox for opponents, the Speed Boys entertained the fans with some great baseball on June 3rd. The day was perfect for a ball game and a little ceremony out deep center field. Preceded by the band and accompanied by Mayor Fitzgerald, the two teams marched from home plate to the flagpole in center field. There the American League Championship Pennant was attached to the halyards and hauled to the peak by manager Jake Stahl and the mayor.
In the game that day, after running seven innings neck and neck, the Red Sox scored one in the eighth on a single by Tris Speaker, a sacrifice by Duffy Lewis, and Heinie Wagner's ringing single that brought in Speaker, to win the game 3 to 2. They split the series with the White Sox and next hosted the Cleveland Naps.
On June 9th, the Sox showed some of their old-time form and acknowledged grit. Larry Gardner's fielding was superb, while his work at the plate played an important part in two of the four runs scored by the "Speed Boys". Harry Hooper, Steve Yerkes, Heinie Wagner, Clyde Engle and Gardner did all the hitting for the Red Sox. It was really the Red Sox all the way, as Hugh Bedient blanked Cleveland for seven straight innings, during which time none of them reached third base in the 4 to 1 win.
The Sox took two of three from Cleveland and swept the St. Louis Browns in four games. On June 12th, the Sox won a dramatic game, 3 to 2. The Browns took the lead in the fourth inning and the Sox again came back in the sixth to tie up the game. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Steve Yerkes hit a fast ball singing against the left bank for two bases. With two outs it was up to Larry Gardner. He made good with us clean single to left, scoring Yerkes with what would be the winning run.
The next day, June 13th, behind Duffy Lewis, who singled home Steve Yerkes with the winning run, the Sox beat the Browns by a score of 7 to 6 with a walkoff win in the 13th inning. The next game the Sox won again, 8 to 1, with Ray Collins picking up his 6th win. In the finale on June 16th, the Sox swept by a score of 3 to 2 over the Browns, but it took 12 innings before the decision was reached. In the 12th, Clyde Engle was passed to start it off. Heinie Wagner bunted and the ball was thrown by first into the outfield, while Engle scampering around to third. Joe Wood was next and hit a pitch that went shooting to right-centerfield. The ball rolled to the fence and Engle scored the winning run.
The Tigers lost three of their four games and the Sox completed a successful 11 and 4 homestand, moving up to 4th place, but 13 games behind the Athletics. In Philadelphia, the Sox beat the A's on June 20th, 6 to 1. Except for two errors, Joe Wood would have had himself a shutout. The next day the Sox won 5 to 4 behind Charley Hall in relief. With the score tied at 4-4 in the ninth, Harry Hooper singled and Steve Yerkes reached on a fly ball lost in the sun. Tris Speaker drove in Hooper with the winning run.
June ended and July started with a terrible homestand where the Sox only won 5 of the 14 games played, falling to 17 1/2 games out of first. The fans quickly lost interest. Management needed a scapegoat for all the fighting among team members and in early July, president McAleer called manager Jake Stahl into his office and fired him because he had lost control of the team. He replaced him with catcher Bill Carrigan, a move that was popular with the largely Irish–American Boston press, although not with Wood and Speaker. Carrigan, nicknamed "Rough" was a no-nonsense tough ball player who never backed down from anyone. In later years, he would prove to be one of the great managers in Red Sox history.
In July things became more difficult for the Red Sox. Joe Wood tried to chase down Detroit's Sam Crawford in a rundown and slipped again, falling down and breaking his thumb. He missed the rest of the season and, although he didn't know it at the time, his blazing fastball would be gone for good and his pitching career was basically over. He would only win 24 more games for the rest of his major league career.
There were a couple of bright spots in July. The Sox swept the Chicago White Sox four games. On July 26th, the White Sox surrendered to the tune of 4 to 1. The game was a thriller and brilliant plays marked every inning of the game. Harry Hooper, Duffy Lewis and Clyde Engel were cheered several times, but perhaps the loudest was for Ray Collins, the farmer from Vermont. Collins (12-5) pitched a remarkable game, and but for a careless throw to third in the ninth, he would have had a clean shutout.
But the Sox lost five straight to Cleveland and 2 of 3 to the Tigers. They did, however beat the St. Louis Browns in three of their four games. On August 7th, the Sox beat the Browns with a walk-off win. Down 8 to 7, the Sox tied the score in the bottom of the seventh on Hooper's double and a single by Lewis, then won the game in the bottom of the ninth, when Clyde Engel drew a pass, stole second base, and scored on Speaker's long drive into the right-field corner for a 9 to 8 walk-off victory.
The Sox finished the homestand 21 1/2 games behind, in 5th place. Carrigan spent the rest of the season trying to rebuild. Most of his pitchers slumped, especially Buck O'Brien, who had reported to spring training out of shape and overweight after being on the vaudeville circuit. He won only four games and then was eventually traded to the Chicago White Sox.
After losing two of three games to Washington to end the month of August, the Sox took three of four from the Yankees to start the month of September. On September 1st, New York lost both games of a doubleheader, 6 to 0 and 4 to 3. In the first game, the Sox scored first when Harry Hooper received a free pass and scored on Tris Speaker's single to left field. They added two more runs in the second inning on singles in succession, by Larry Gardner, Steve Yerkes and Hick Cady. In the third inning, Speaker reached on a dropped fly ball, stole second and kept on going to third a wild throw. He scored when the ball got away the catcher, making it 4 to 0. The Sox added two more in the fifth on Speaker's triple, a double by Duffy Lewis and a single by Yerkes, for the 6-0 final score. The second game went 11 innings with the score tied at 3 to 3, and was won when Hooper opened up with a single and Clyde Engel put down a perfect sacrifice bunt to send him to second base. Lewis drove one against the left field fence for a walkoff win, scoring Hooper.
They took two of three from the Tigers. On September 9th, the Sox were forced to go 11 innings, before winning by a score of 3 to 2. The Red Sox scored the winning run on sharp singles by Larry Gardner, Steve Yerkes and Wally Rehg for the walk-off win.
Then the Sox swept the Browns, three straight. On September 16th, The "Speed Boys" landed a win by a score of 5 to 4. Going into the ninth-inning the score was tied at 4 to 4. After the Browns went out in the top of the inning, Harry Hooper walked, then on a hit and run, Hooper started for second and pulled the shortstop over, killing his chance of stopping Clyde Engle's base hit to the vacated hole. Now there was a man at first and second with Tris Speaker coming up to the plate. Speaker sent one to left-center, scoring Hooper with the winning run. It was the Sox 18th victory out of their last 24 games played.
They finished their final homestand by taking three of four from the Athletics and finished the season in 4th place, 15 1/2 games behind, with a disappointing 79-71 record. Of the regulars, only Tris Speaker, Duffy Lewis and Harry Hooper played to their usual Hall of Fame ability. As in 1912, they formed the best defensive outfield in the major leagues. Tris Speaker hit .365, stole 40 bases and threw out an astonishing 30 baserunners. Lewis threw out 29 and Harry Hooper gunned down 25 more, giving all three a record for assists by an outfield for a season with 84.
But the pitching was not the same as the year before. Besides the loss of Joe Wood, twenty game winner and outstanding rookie pitcher of 1912, Hugh Bedient, slipped to 15 and 14. Dutch Leonard despite leading the team in the ERA, struggled with his control and finished 14-16. Only veteran Ray Collins approached his 1912 performance level with a 19-8 record. The Red Sox just didn't have enough good pitching to make up for the loss of Wood.
At the end of the season, owner James McAleer packed up and went on a cruise with Chicago White Sox owner, Charlie Comiskey and New York Giants manager John McGraw to promote baseball in other countries around the world. While gone, American League President Ban
Johnson, who was a close friend to ex-manager
Jake Stahl, began to plot McAleer's removal as owner of the Red Sox.
|04/10/1913||0-1||6th||-1||Philadelphia Athletics||L||10-9||Joe Wood||0-1|
|04/12/1913||0-2||7th||-2||Philadelphia Athletics||L||5-4||Dutch Leonard||0-1|
|04/14/1913||1-2||5th||-1 1/2||New York Yankees||W||2-1||Joe Wood||1-1|
|04/15/1913||1-3||7th||-2||New York Yankees||L||3-2||Charley Hall||0-1|
|04/16/1913||1-3||6th||-2||New York Yankees||pp|
|04/17/1913||1-4||8th||-3||at Philadelphia Athletics||L||6-5||Buck O'Brien||0-1|
|04/18/1913||2-4||6th||-2 1/2||at Philadelphia Athletics||W||8-5||Dutch Leonard||1-1|
|04/19/1913||2-5||7th||-3 1/2||at Philadelphia Athletics||L||7-5||Buck O'Brien||0-2|
|04/21/1913||2-6||7th||-4 1/2||at Philadelphia Athletics||L||6-4||Hugh Bedient||0-1|
|04/22/1913||3-6||7th||-4||at Washington Nationals||W||8-3||Dutch Leonard||2-1|
|04/23/1913||3-7||7th||-4 1/2||at Washington Nationals||L||6-0||Ray Collins||0-1|
|04/24/1913||4-7||6th||-4||at Washington Nationals||W||6-3||Hugh Bedient||1-1|
|04/25/1913||4-8||6th||-5||at Washington Nationals||L||5-4||Buck O'Brien||0-3|
|04/26/1913||5-8||5th||-5||at New York Yankees||W||8-5||Hugh Bedient||2-1|
|04/28/1913||5-8||6th||-5||at New York Yankees||pp|
|04/29/1913||5-8||6th||-5||at New York Yankees||pp|
|04/30/1913||6-8||6th||-4||at New York Yankees||W||8-1||Hugh Bedient||3-1|
|05/01/1913||7-8||5th||-4||Washington Nationals||W||8-2||Buck O'Brien||1-3|
|05/02/1913||7-9||5th||-5||Washington Nationals||L||5-4||Dutch Leonard||2-2|
|05/03/1913||7-10||5th||-6||Washington Nationals||L||2-1||Hugh Bedient||3-2|
|05/07/1913||7-12||6th||-8||at Cleveland Naps||L||4-1||Dutch Leonard||2-3|
|05/08/1913||7-13||6th||-9||at Cleveland Naps||L||3-2||Hugh Bedient||3-3|
|05/09/1913||8-13||6th||-8||at Cleveland Naps||W||3-1||Buck O'Brien||2-4|
|05/10/1913||8-14||6th||-9||at Cleveland Naps||L||9-2||Charley Hall||0-2|
|05/11/1913||9-14||6th||-8||at Detroit Tigers||W||5-4||Ray Collins||1-1|
|05/12/1913||9-15||6th||-9||at Detroit Tigers||L||8-7||Joe Wood||1-2|
|05/13/1913||10-15||6th||-8 1/2||at Detroit Tigers||W||6-1||Buck O'Brien||3-4|
|05/14/1913||10-16||6th||-9||at Detroit Tigers||L||4-1||Hugh Bedient||3-4|
|05/15/1913||11-16||5th||-8||at St. Louis Browns||W||15-4||Joe Wood||2-2|
|05/16/1913||12-16||5th||-8||at St. Louis Browns||W||3-2||Ray Collins||2-1|
|05/17/1913||12-17||5th||-8||at St. Louis Browns||L||4-2||Buck O'Brien||3-5|
|05/18/1913||12-18||6th||-9||at St. Louis Browns||L||9-1||Hugh Bedient||3-5|
|05/19/1913||13-18||5th||-8||at Chicago White Sox||W||10-1||Joe Wood||3-2|
|05/20/1913||13-18||5th||-7 1/2||at Chicago White Sox||pp|
|05/21/1913||14-18||5th||-7||at Chicago White Sox||W||10-9||Ray Collins||3-1|
|05/22/1913||14-19||5th||-8||at Chicago White Sox||L||2-1||Buck O'Brien||3-6|
|05/23/1913||14-19||5th||-8||at Buffalo Bisons||W||5-4|
|05/24/1913||14-19||5th||-8||at New York Yankees||T||3-3|
|05/26/1913||15-19||5th||-8||at New York Yankees||W||3-1||Hugh Bedient||4-5|
|05/27/1913||15-19||5th||-9||at New York Yankees||pp|
|05/28/1913||15-19||5th||-9||at New York Yankees||pp|
|05/29/1913||15-20||5th||-10||at Washington Nationals||L||5-2||Buck O'Brien||3-7|
|05/30/1913||15-21||5th||-11||at Washington Nationals||L||4-3||Joe Wood||3-3|
|05/31/1913||16-22||5th||-12||at Washington Nationals||L||5-4||Buck O'Brien||3-8|
|06/02/1913||17-22||5th||-12||at New York Yankees||W||4-3||Dutch Leonard||3-3|
|06/03/1913||19-22||5th||-12||Chicago White Sox||W||3-2||Joe Wood||5-3|
|06/04/1913||19-23||5th||-13||Chicago White Sox||L||4-1||Buck O'Brien||3-9|
|06/05/1913||19-24||5th||-14||Chicago White Sox||L||5-0||Dutch Leonard||3-4|
|06/06/1913||20-24||5th||-14||Chicago White Sox||W||4-3||Joe Wood||6-3|
|06/07/1913||20-24||5th||-14 1/2||Cleveland Naps||pp|
|06/09/1913||21-24||5th||-14 1/2||Cleveland Naps||W||4-1||Hugh Bedient||5-5|
|06/10/1913||22-24||5th||-14 1/2||Cleveland Naps||W||7-3||Ray Collins||5-1|
|06/11/1913||22-25||5th||-14 1/2||Cleveland Naps||L||9-5||Dutch Leonard||3-5|
|06/12/1913||23-25||5th||-14 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||3-2||Hugh Bedient||6-5|
|06/13/1913||24-25||5th||-14 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||7-6||Charley Hall||1-2|
|06/14/1913||25-25||5th||-13 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||8-1||Ray Collins||6-1|
|06/16/1913||26-25||5th||-13 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||3-2||Joe Wood||7-3|
|06/17/1913||27-25||5th||-13 1/2||Detroit Tigers||W||7-4||Earl Moseley||1-0|
|27-26||5th||-14||Detroit Tigers||L||4-3||Hugh Bedient||6-6|
|06/18/1913||28-26||5th||-13||Detroit Tigers||W||7-6||Ray Collins||7-1|
|06/19/1913||29-26||4th||-13||Detroit Tigers||W||5-4||Buck O'Brien||4-9|
|06/20/1913||30-26||3rd||-12||at Philadelphia Athletics||W||6-1||Joe Wood||8-3|
|06/21/1913||31-26||3rd||-11||at Philadelphia Athletics||W||5-4||Charley Hall||2-2|
|06/23/1913||31-27||4th||-12||at Philadelphia Athletics||L||13-4||Ray Collins||7-2|
|06/24/1913||31-27||4th||-12||at Philadelphia Athletics||pp|
|06/25/1913||31-28||5th||-13||New York Yankees||L||5-2||Joe Wood||8-4|
|06/26/1913||31-28||5th||-14||New York Yankees||pp|
|06/27/1913||32-28||4th||-13||New York Yankees||W||10-3||Dutch Leonard||4-5|
|06/28/1913||34-28||3rd||-12||New York Yankees||W||9-6||Ray Collins||8-2|
|34-29||3rd||-12 1/2||L||7-6||Charley Hall||2-3|
|06/30/1913||34-30||5th||-13 1/2||Washington Nationals||L||3-1||Joe Wood||8-5|
|07/01/1913||34-31||5th||-14 1/2||Washington Nationals||L||7-4||Dutch Leonard||4-6|
|07/02/1913||34-32||5th||-15 1/2||Washington Nationals||L||5-0||Earl Moseley||1-1|
|07/03/1913||34-33||5th||-16 1/2||Washington Nationals||L||1-0||Ray Collins||8-3|
|07/04/1913||35-33||5th||-15 1/2||Philadelphia Athletics||W||13-6||Joe Wood||9-5|
|35-34||5th||-16 1/2||L||5-3||Rube Foster||0-1|
|07/05/1913||35-35||5th||-17 1/2||Philadelphia Athletics||L||7-6||Dutch Leonard||4-7|
|36-36||5th||-17 1/2||W||8-3||Joe Wood||10-5|
|07/09/1913||37-36||5th||-17 1/2||at St. Louis Browns||W||9-0||Ray Collins||9-4|
|07/10/1913||38-36||5th||-16 1/2||at St. Louis Browns||W||6-2||Rube Foster||1-1|
|07/11/1913||38-37||5th||-17 1/2||at St. Louis Browns||L||5-1||Hugh Bedient||7-7|
|07/12/1913||38-38||5th||-18 1/2||at Chicago White Sox||L||7-2||Charley Hall||2-4|
|07/13/1913||39-39||5th||-17 1/2||at Chicago White Sox||L||3-2||Ray Collins||9-5|
|07/14/1913||39-40||5th||-17 1/2||at Chicago White Sox||L||8-0||Rube Foster||1-2|
|07/15/1913||39-41||5th||-18 1/2||at Chicago White Sox||L||2-1||Dutch Leonard||4-8|
|07/16/1913||40-41||5th||-18||at Detroit Tigers||W||7-4||Ray Collins||10-5|
|07/17/1913||40-41||5th||-18 1/2||at Detroit Tigers||pp|
|07/18/1913||40-42||5th||-18 1/2||at Detroit Tigers||L||5-1||Earl Moseley||1-2|
|07/19/1913||40-43||5th||-18 1/2||at Detroit Tigers||L||3-1||Dutch Leonard||4-9|
|41-43||5th||-18 1/2||W||6-2||Rube Foster||2-2|
|07/20/1913||42-43||5th||-18 1/2||at Cleveland Indians||W||2-1||Ray Collins||11-5|
|07/21/1913||42-44||5th||-19 1/2||at Cleveland Indians||L||6-1||Earl Moseley||1-3|
|07/22/1913||42-45||5th||-19 1/2||at Cleveland Indians||L||8-5||Dutch Leonard||4-10|
|07/23/1913||42-46||5th||-20 1/2||at Cleveland Indians||L||5-3||Dutch Leonard||4-11|
|07/25/1913||43-46||5th||-20 1/2||Chicago White Sox||W||7-5||Hugh Bedient||8-7|
|07/26/1913||44-46||5th||-19 1/2||Chicago White Sox||W||4-1||Ray Collins||12-5|
|07/28/1913||44-46||5th||-19 1/2||Chicago White Sox||pp|
|07/29/1913||45-46||5th||-19 1/2||Chicago White Sox||W||2-0||Rube Foster||3-2|
|07/30/1913||46-46||5th||-19 1/2||Cleveland Naps||pp|
|07/31/1913||46-47||5th||-19 1/2||Cleveland Naps||L||5-2||Hugh Bedient||8-8|
|08/01/1913||46-49||5th||-20||Cleveland Naps||L||6-2||Dutch Leonard||5-12|
|08/02/1913||46-50||5th||-21||Cleveland Naps||L||5-4||Hugh Bedient||8-9|
|46-51||7th||-21 1/2||L||7-0||Rube Foster||3-3|
|08/04/1913||46-51||5th||-22||St. Louis Browns||pp|
|08/05/1913||47-51||5th||-21||St. Louis Browns||W||3-0||Dutch Leonard||6-12|
|47-52||5th||-21 1/2||L||4-2||Ray Collins||12-6|
|08/06/1913||48-52||5th||-21 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||4-1||Hugh Bedient||9-9|
|08/07/1913||49-52||5th||-21 1/2||St. Louis Browns||W||9-8||Dutch Leonard||7-12|
|08/08/1913||50-52||5th||-20 1/2||Detroit Tigers||W||5-4||Earl Moseley||2-4|
|08/09/1913||50-53||5th||-20 1/2||Detroit Tigers||L||6-3||Ray Collins||12-7|
|08/14/1913||51-54||5th||-20||at St. Louis Browns||W||4-0||Hugh Bedient||10-9|
|08/15/1913||52-54||5th||-20||at St. Louis Browns||W||2-1||Charley Hall||3-4|
|08/16/1913||53-54||5th||-19||at St. Louis Browns||W||4-0||Dutch Leonard||8-13|
|08/17/1913||53-55||5th||-19||at St. Louis Browns||L||3-1||Fred Anderson||0-1|
|08/18/1913||53-56||5th||-19||at Chicago White Sox||L||1-0||Hugh Bedient||10-10|
|08/19/1913||53-57||5th||-20||at Chicago White Sox||L||5-1||Ray Collins||12-8|
|08/20/1913||53-58||5th||-21||at Chicago White Sox||L||1-0||Fred Anderson||0-2|
|08/21/1913||54-58||5th||-21||at Cleveland Naps||W||3-2||Dutch Leonard||9-13|
|08/22/1913||55-58||5th||-21||at Cleveland Naps||W||2-1||Hugh Bedient||11-10|
|08/23/1913||56-58||5th||-20||at Cleveland Naps||W||4-3||Ray Collins||13-8|
|08/24/1913||57-58||5th||-20||at Detroit Tigers||W||3-0||Earl Moseley||3-4|
|08/25/1913||57-59||5th||-21||at Detroit Tigers||L||6-5||Dutch Leonard||9-14|
|08/26/1913||58-59||5th||-21||at Detroit Tigers||W||7-6||Earl Moseley||4-4|
|08/27/1913||58-59||5th||-21||at Syracuse Stars||L||8-1|
|08/28/1913||59-59||5th||-21||Washington Nationals||W||1-0||Ray Collins||14-8|
|08/30/1913||59-60||5th||-21||Washington Nationals||L||4-1||Hugh Bedient||11-11|
|09/01/1913||60-61||5th||-21||New York Yankees||W||6-0||Earl Moseley||5-4|
|09/02/1913||62-61||5th||-20||New York Yankees||W||4-2||Hugh Bedient||12-11|
|09/03/1913||62-62||5th||-21||New York Yankees||L||11-4||Fred Anderson||0-3|
|09/04/1913||63-62||5th||-20||at Philadelphia Athletics||W||8-6||Charley Hall||4-4|
|09/05/1913||65-62||5th||-18||at Philadelphia Athletics||W||6-3||Ray Collins||15-8|
|09/06/1913||65-63||5th||-19||at Philadelphia Athletics||L||9-2||Fred Anderson||0-4|
|09/08/1913||65-63||5th||-19||at Manchester Mfg Stars||W||3-1|
|09/09/1913||66-63||4th||-18||Detroit Tigers||W||3-2||Charley Hall||5-4|
|09/10/1913||67-63||4th||-17||Detroit Tigers||W||4-2||Ray Collins||16-8|
|09/11/1913||67-64||4th||-18||Detroit Tigers||L||15-2||Hugh Bedient||13-12|
|09/12/1913||68-64||4th||-18||Detroit Tigers||W||18-5||Dutch Leonard||11-15|
|09/13/1913||69-64||4th||-17||St. Louis Browns||W||3-2||Earl Moseley||6-4|
|09/15/1913||70-64||4th||-17||St. Louis Browns||W||6-3||Ray Collins||17-8|
|09/16/1913||71-64||4th||-17||St. Louis Browns||W||5-4||Hugh Bedient||14-12|
|09/17/1913||71-65||4th||-18||Cleveland Naps||L||2-0||Dutch Leonard||11-16|
|09/18/1913||72-65||4th||-17||Cleveland Naps||W||5-4||Hugh Bedient||15-12|
|09/19/1913||72-65||4th||-17 1/2||Cleveland Naps||pp|
|09/20/1913||72-65||4th||-18||Chicago White Sox||pp|
|09/22/1913||72-65||4th||-18 1/2||Chicago White Sox||pp|
|09/23/1913||73-65||4th||-18 1/2||Chicago White Sox||W||3-2||Ray Collins||18-8|
|09/24/1913||73-67||4th||-20||Philadelphia Athletics||L||10-9||Dutch Leonard||11-17|
|09/25/1913||74-67||4th||-19||Philadelphia Athletics||W||5-4||Earl Moseley||7-4|
|09/26/1913||75-67||4th||-18||Philadelphia Athletics||W||10-4||Dutch Leonard||12-17|
|09/27/1913||76-67||4th||-17||Philadelphia Athletics||W||5-3||Ray Collins||19-8|
|09/29/1913||76-68||4th||-17 1/2||at New York Yankees||L||3-1||Hugh Bedient||15-14|
|76-69||4th||-17 1/2||L||5-1||Fred Anderson||0-5|
|09/30/1913||77-69||4th||-16 1/2||at New York Yankees||W||3-2||Dutch Leonard||13-17|
|10/01/1913||78-69||4th||-16||at New York Yankees||pp|
|10/02/1913||78-69||4th||-16||at New York Yankees||pp|
|10/03/1913||79-69||4th||-15||at Washington Nationals||W||2-0||Dutch Leonard||14-17|
|79-70||4th||-15 1/2||L||11-3||Earl Moseley||8-5|
|10/04/1913||79-71||4th||-15 1/2||at Washington Nationals||L||10-9||Fred Anderson||0-6|
|1913 RED SOX BATTING & PITCHING|