WORLD CHAMPS AGAIN
The Red Sox lose to the White Sox
August 18, 1915
The Red Sox good hitting failed to win them the first game of the series with the White Sox in Chicago. Thirteen hits were scattered throughout the game and resulted in only three runs. Duffy Lewis had a chance in the ninth inning with the
bases loaded and two outs, but could only manage a weak ground ball back to the pitcher, ending the game. Dutch Leonard had the ball for the Red Sox and was very wild, showing little control and gave up two big runs in the second inning. Vean Gregg pitched the last two innings for
the Red Sox and did a great job.