WORLD CHAMPS AGAIN
The Red Sox close the season with a loss
October 7, 1915
It was farewell day at the Polo Grounds. Even if the day was gloomy, The Yankees went out in a blaze of glory, by beating the Red Sox 4 to 3. There were almost as many players on the field as spectators in the stands, and Philly scouts
probably made up most of those. For the handful of fans, the Yankees staged a rally that gave them the game in the ninth inning. The Red Sox jumped out to a lead in the first inning and the Yankees tied up the game in the fourth. In the ninth inning Tim Hendryx
doubled and scored the winning run on Elmer Miller's single.
Over 300 of the Royal Rooters arrived in Philadelphia. Mrs Joseph Lannin was among them as they left from South Station. A steady stream of fans were seen at Fenway Park today to pick up their World Series tickets. Several purchasers walked away
with as many as 150 tickets.