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Washington Senators I 7 Boston Red Sox 5

+ Boxscore: Thu, April 16,1959
1959-04-15 - 1959-04-17
  123 456 789  R H E
Washington Senators I (2-2)000 410 020 7100
Boston Red Sox (2-2)011 000 003 5101
Date of Game: Thu, April 16,1959
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 4,334
Time of Game: 2:25

Feats and Milestones
Bob Allison:1st career home run
Winning Pitcher: Pedro Ramos (2-0)
Losing Pitcher: Herb Moford (0-1)

Home Runs: Bob Allison (1), Norm Zauchin (2)
WS1 BOS
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NL - Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MLN401.000--23914W4
CLE401.000--19811W4
NYA31.7501.0231310L1
CIN31.7501.018108W2
CHA42.6671.02739-12L2
SFN42.6671.029272L1
CHN32.6001.526188W1
LAN32.6001.52021-1W2
WS122.5002.022211W1
BOS22.5002.021165L1
KC123.4002.522193W2
PHI12.3332.5812-4L2
BAL13.2503.01329-16W1
SLN15.1674.02231-9L2
PIT05.0004.51129-18L5
DET05.0004.52527-2L4
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    Washington Senators I Batting
    WS1PosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Reno Bertoia2b24.0985
    13200.500301261
    Albie Pearsoncf24.2164
    10010.071150001
    Ed Fitz Geraldc34.3304
    10011.000528000
    Roy Sieverslf32.1494
    01101.200921020
    Bob Allisonrf24.2794
    22310.37515151
    Norm Zauchin1b29.1504
    11110.375327221
    Harmon Killebrew3b22.2914
    00000.200117131
    Ken Aspromontess27.2074
    11001.286124001
    Pedro Ramosp23.3543
    02010.667215001
    Totals36710753.292302698-
    Boston Red Sox Batting
    BOSPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Don Buddinss24.3464
    11010.250250000
    Pete Runnels2b31.0794
    01110.2671059020
    Gene Stephenscf26.0865
    01100.222561040
    Jackie Jensenrf32.0384
    00000.1671132020
    Frank Malzone3b29.0474
    11000.214334000
    Dick Gernert1b30.2003
    11010.444583130
    Gary Geigerlf22.0124
    01000.13393020
    Sammy Whitec30.2833
    13210.429853031
    Herb Mofordp30.2531
    00001.00038000
    Bill Rennaph34.1841
    00000.000349000
    Mike Fornielesp27.089000000--197000
    Jim Busbyph32.0981
    00000.0001106000
    Frank Baumannp25.289000000--29000
    Ted Lepcioph28.2621
    111001.000519010
    Totals35510541.257387103-
    Game Stats
    Washington Senators I Pitching
    WS1AgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Pedro Ramos23.354W 2-0910554103.500.78216995
    Totals9.01055410--
    Boston Red Sox Pitching
    BOSAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Herb Moford30.253L 0-143443229.001.5013813
    Mike Fornieles27.089-34100000.001.33119673
    Frank Baumann25.289-23222109.002.5012914
    Totals9.01076532--
    Other Game Information

    Pitches-Strikes-Balls: Pedro Ramos 0-0-0, Herb Moford 0-0-0, Mike Fornieles 0-0-0, Frank Baumann 0-0-0
    Total Batters Faced: Pedro Ramos 39, Herb Moford 17, Mike Fornieles 14, Frank Baumann 11
    Groundballs-Flyballs: Pedro Ramos 15-11, Herb Moford 4-6, Mike Fornieles 6-4, Frank Baumann 3-2

    Umpires: HP: Jim Honochick 1B: Red Flaherty 2B: Frank Umont 3B: Charlie Berry


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