Reds Defeat Braves, 10-7 after Late Inning Rallies, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-05


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Reds Defeat Braves, 10-7 After Late Inning Rallies BOSTON, Mass., June 4 UP .—Trailing by 7-0 after seven innings, the Cincinnati Reds got three runs on Connie Ryans homer in the eighth and then rolled up seven more runs in the ninth to beat the Boston Braves for the third straight time, 10-7, today. Cincinnati has now beaten Boston seven in a row. Twelve Red Legs stepped up to the plate in the last inning. Five hit safely and four drew walks off the quartet of pitchers which manager Billy Southworth used in a vain attempt to halt the rally. The score by innings: - R H E Reds 000 000 037—10 12 2 Braves 020 031 100— 7 14- 0 Wehmeier, Erautt 6 , Byerly 8 , Smith 9 and Scheffing; Surkont, Donovan 9, Schacht 9, Estock 9 and Cooper. Winning pitcher, Byerly 1-0. Losing pitcher, Schacht 0-1. Home runs — Cooper 6th, Gordon 8th, Ryan 6th.

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