THE LAST ONE FOR 86 YEARS
Mays and Strunk shine for the Red Sox
April 25, 1918 ...
The Athletics fell to the Red Sox and Carl Mays by a 6 to 0 score today. Mays had Mack's men eating out of his hand. It was not until the eighth inning, when they made three hits, two of them being the scratch variety, that the home team was able
The Athletics used three pitchers. Willie Adams, the starter, lasted just three innings. The Red Sox found the game so easy that they became careless at times. They lacked pep on the bases and several more runs could have been scored if they
were paying close attention.
Wally Schang, who replaced George Whiteman in left field, scored a pair of runs that were started with passes. With four hits, he was the best hitter in the game today. Stuffy McInnis had three hits, one of which was a double.