Bosox Top Athletics, 6-5; Scarborough Hospitalized, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-28


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Bosox Top Athletics, 6-5; Scarborough Hospitalized BOSTON, Mass., June 27 UP.— Dom n DiMaggio and Billy Goodman both tripled ~[ during a three -run seventh inning today y to bring her Red Sox from behind for a a 6 to 5 victory over the Athletics. Ray Scarborough started the Red Sox x pitching, but left the game injured in the e third. He had a single and As pitcher x Carl Schieb was holding him on first base. ;. Schiebs throw for a pickoff hit Scarborough •- behind the right ear. Willard Nixon n pitched through the seventh, going out to o permit Maxwell to hit for him. Ellis is Kinder finished the game. Scarborough was taken to Sancta Maria a Hospital for x-rays which showed negative, ;, but he remained in the hospital overnight. t. The victory was the fifth in the last ;t sixth for the Red Sox and their second in n a row over the Athletics. Nixon was the e winning pitcher for his fifth victory of the e season. The defeat was the eighth for »r Scheib aganst one victory. The score by innings: R H E E Athletics 010 003 010—5 13 0 0 Red Sox 100 200 30x — 6 11 0 0 Scheib, Martin 7 and Murray, Astroth h 8; Scarborough, Nixon 4 Kinder 8 and Moss. Winning pitcher, Nixon 5-1. . Losing pitcher, Scheib 1-8. Home runs — - Klein 2nd, Zernial 16th.

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