“DIARY OF A WINNER”

THE 1914 "MIRACLE" BRAVES

April 26, 1914 ... No game scheduled ... The Braves will open the third week of the season with the Brooklyn club again at South End Grounds tomorrow. Wilbert Robinson's crowd as one two of the three games played and Stallings will do his best to break even by winning. If Bill James is right he made be sent in to pitch, if not it will be Dick Rudolph. The players are pressing to get out of there batting slump and outworking under the handicap of a high nervous strain, which interferes with their judgment.

 

 

1914 NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS

 

 

Pittsburgh Pirates 8 2 -

 

 

Brooklyn Robins 5 2 1 1/2

 

 

Philadelphia Phillies 5 2 1 1/2

 

 

Cincinnati Reds 4 6 4

 

 

Chicago Cubs 4 6 4

 

 

St. Louis Cardinals 4 6 4

 

 

New York Giants 2 4 4

 

 

BOSTON BRAVES

2 6 5