Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Wednesday, May 30, 1951

               W  L Pct.
Vancouver ... 31  9 .775
Spokane ..... 26 16 .619
Salem ....... 19 20 .487
Tri-City .... 16 21 .432
Wenatchee ... 18 24 .428
Tacoma ...... 17 23 .425
Yakima ...... 16 22 .421
Victoria .... 16 24 .400

WENATCHEE, — The Wenatchee Chiefs came back to win the second game of a Western International League Memorial night doubleheader from Tri-City's Braves, 6-2, after losing the opener, 6 to 3.
A four-run outburst in the seventh inning of the regulation distance nightcap gave Wenatchee its victory. Two walks, an error Lil Arnerich's triple and singles by Larry Neal and Ross McCormack accounted for the scoring Walt Raimondi held Tri-City to five hits while his mates got 12 off loser Cy Greenlaw.
A FIVE-RUN fifth Inning gave Tri-City the seven-inning opener. Tri-City scored five runs in the fifth inning. Their five runs were tallied on a single by Al Spaeter, doubles by Vic Buccola and Buddy Peterson and a single by Sam Kanelos, topped off with two errors and an outfield fly Mike Kanshin was charged with the loss and Ken Michelson was credited with the victory.
The Wenatchee Chiefs won the nightcap on a four-run outburst. Two walks and an error started Wenatchee's splurge. They were followed by Lil Arnerich's triple and singles by Larry Neal and Ross McCormack.
WINNER Walt Raimondi held Tri-City to five hits while loser Cy Greenlaw gave up 12 to Wenatchee sluggers.
First Game
Tri City .... 010 050 0—6 9 2
Wenatchee ... 100 200 0—3 10 3
Stone, Michelson (4) and Pesut; Kanshin, Rounds (7) and Len Neal.
Second Game
Tri City .... 000 020 000—2 5 1
Wenatchee ... 020 000 400—6 12 2
Greenlaw and Pesut; Raimondi and Len Neal.

SALEM, May 30—Vancouver Capilanos extended their Western International League winning streak to 15 games Wednesday, only to have Bill Bevens of Salem Senators snap it in the second game of a double-header, 6-4.
The 15th victory, a league record, was recorded in the 1-0 opener.
Then Bevens, the ex-Yankee making a comeback attempt, not only broke the string, but also stopped Bob Snyder, the Vancouver pitcher who had recorded nine straight wins.
Dick Faber gave Bevens an early lead, swatting a three-run homer in the first inning off Snyder. Vancouver got two runs back in the first inning on two walks, a single by Norm Grabar and a double by Pete Tedeschi, accounting for three runs in that inning. Bevens was never in any danger thereafter.
In the seven-inning first game, Pete Hernandez bested Ray McNulty in a pitching duel. Each gave up six hits, but McNulty made the mistake of giving up two in a row in the sixth inning.
Outfielder Charlie Mead drove the first one in that frame, a triple. Second baseman Reno Cheso immediately swatted a double that scored Mead with the game’s only run..
The rampaging Caps have lost only nine of the 40 games they've played this year. The former record of 13 consective wins was set by Salem in 1946.
First game
Vancouver 000 001 0—1 6 2
Salem 000 000 0—1 6 0
Hernandez and Ritchey; McNulty and Beard.
Second game
Vancouver 002 011 000—4 10 1
Salem 303 000 00x—6 6 2
Snyder and Ritchey; Bevens and McKeegan.

SPOKANE, May 30—Jerry Zuvela paced Yakima to a 12-8 win over Spokane in a 10 inning thriller. Zuvela accounted for seven of the 12 Yakima runs with two homers, a triple and a single. Spokane won the opener 7-5.
First game
Yakima 000 010 400—4 9 3
Spokane 014 011 00x—7 13 2
Noyes, Del Sarto (3), Anderson (4) and Tiesiera.
Second game
Yakima 240 100 001 4—12 12 4
Spokane 100 120 021 0—7 13 2
Zidich, Boemler (6) and Brenner, Tiesiera (7); Conant, Roberts (3) and Nulty.

TACOMA, May 30—Victoria edged Tacoma 3-2 in the opening game—another 10-inning affair — but the Tigers game back in the afterpiece to take a 7-6 victory over Dick Barrett, the Athletics' playing-manager.
First game
Victoria 101 000 000 1—3 10 0
Tacoma 000 011 000 0—2 8 1
Osborn, Tierney (5) and Marcucci; Clark and Watson.
Second game
Victoria 303 000 0—6 8 0
Tacoma 301 003 x—7 9 0
Barrett and Marcucci; Funk, Barta (2), Schulte (7) and Watson.

Seattle Outfielder Sent To Tacoma
SEATTLE, Wash, May 31 (UP)—The Seattle Rainiers of the Pacific Coast league said today they had received outfielder Ed McGhee from the Chicago White Sox and had optioned outfielder K. Chorlton to the Tacoma Tigers.
McGhee has been with Indianapolis this year as a Chisox option where he has batted .354.
Chorlton is subject to a 24-hour recall from the class B Western International league club. He has hit .294 in 22 games.

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