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SEPT./OCT. 1909 Schedule

SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
1

#1: Lost 7-6
#2: Lost 9-4
2

#1: Lost 9-3
#2: Won 5-3
3

#1: Lost 3-0
#2: Won 6-5
4

Lost 8-4
5
6

#1: Won 3-1
#2: Lost 6-2
7

Won 7-2
8

#1: Won 6-2
#2: Won 5-3
9

Won 3-0
10

Rain Out
11

#1: Lost 3-2
#2: Lost 1-0
12
13

Won 7-0
14

Lost 1-0
15

Won 2-0
16
17
18

Won 7-2
19

Won 4-2
20

Won 2-0
21

Lost 4-3
22

Tie 4-4
23

Won 12-2
24

Lost 2-1
25

Lost 5-0
26
27

Lost 4-1
28

Won 3-2
29

#1: Lost 5-4
#2: Lost 6-3
30

Rain Out
Oct 1
Oct 2

#1: Won 9-2
#2: Won 2-1
Oct 3
Oct 4

#1: Lost 6-5
#2: Lost 1-1
Oct 5

Rain Out
Oct 6

#1: Won 2-1
#2: Won 7-1
Oct 7

Lost 3-1
Oct 8
Oct 9

Oct. 4th ~ In the 4th inning of the second game of a doubleheader and the last game of the season,
Phillies pitcher Lew Moren complained about a pitch being called a ball. By the time the argument
was over, umpire John Mullin had ejected Moren, Otto Knabe and Red Dooin. The latter two players
refused to leave and the game was forfeited to New York. At the time of the forfeit, the score 1-1.




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