DUTCH LEONARD &
WORLD CHAMPS AGAIN
May 25 & 26, 1915
Game postponed because of wet grounds. A heavy downpour in the morning left the outfield very swampy.
May 27, 1915 ... No game scheduled. Reports of dissension among Red Sox players in an interview with Dutch Leonard, was denied by President Joe Lanin, Manager Bill Carrigan and several players. Carrigan said he was telegramed from Boston that Vean Gregg is
rapidly getting into condition and will be fine when the team returns home. Larry Gardner, who set out to join the team, went back to Boston from his home in Vermont. Both his brother and father were very ill and Gardner stayed with them until they felt better. He will meet
the team in Philadelphia.
St. Louis Browns President Robert Lee Hedges said the Red Sox had offered him a trade of Ray Collins for either Del Pratt or Carl Weilman, which he did want to do. He also said he has a policy of fining players that are
out-of-shape. The Red Sox left tonight for Philadelphia.