Monday, June 19, 2006

This Week in the California League, November 19-24, 1900

To get a better view of the Standings & Leaders, click on image.

This Week in the California League, November 19—November 25, 1900.

Games this week were scheduled on Saturday and Sunday, November 24—November 25.

Rains swept the Pacific Slope over the weekend, and the league managed to only squeeze in one game on Saturday.

At Rec Park on Saturday, Oakland and Sacramento managed to get in seven innings before darkness stopped the game. Demon Doyle started on the mound for the league leaders, and Doc Moskiman pitched for the Oaklands.

Oakland drew first blood with a run in the second frame, and added another in the following inning.

In the fourth, the game turned around, as the Doctor came unglued, with Truck Eagan hitting a three-run homer, to raise his totals for the season to 11. All in all, Moskiman gave up four runs on two hits in the inning, and making the score at that point, 4-2 in favor of Sacramento. Moskiman clamed down after that, but did give up two more tallies in the sixth inning.

Demon Doyle, after yielding up a second run, only gave up a lone hit the rest of the way.

After the seventh inning, George Van Haltren, working the game as umpire, call the rest of the affair off due to darkness.


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