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JULY 1954 Schedule

SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
1
2

Won 7-6
3

Lost 4-3
4

Lost 5-3 (10)
5

#1: Lost 10-0
#2: Lost 4-3
6

Won 3-0
7

Rain Out
8
9

Lost 7-5 (10)
10

Lost 10-5
11

#1: Lost 8-7
#2: Won 3-1
12
ALL
13
STAR

A.L. 11-9
14
BREAK
15

#1: Lost 2-1
#2: Lost 4-3
16

Lost 7-6 (10)
17

#1: Lost 9-4
#2: Won 5-3
18

#1: W 11-10 (10)
#2: Won 0-0
19

Lost 5-1
20

Lost 4-2
21

Won 6-1
22

Lost 3-2
23

#1: Lost 5-2
#2: W 5-3 (13)
24

Lost 4-0
25

#1: Lost 6-1
#2: Lost 2-1
26
27

Won 8-2
28

Won 3-2
29

Lost 3-0
30

Lost 12-3
31

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

July 18th ~ Because of the delaying tactics of the St. Louis Cardinals in the fifth inning, umpire Babe Pinelli forfeited the second game of the doubleheader to the Philadelphia Phillies. At the time the Phillies were leading 8-1 with one man on base and two outs. A few minutes earlier players from both teams had swarmed onto the field where several punches and wrestling matches broke out. Redbirds catcher Sal Yvars and Philles batter Earl Torgeson started the brawl and were both ejected. Managers Terry Moore and Eddie Stanky also tangled. Moore had previously been fired as a Cardinal coach by Stanky. Moore came out of his dugout after Yvars but Stanky tackled Moore. With darkness approaching and the game not yet official, Eddie Stanky brought in three new pitchers in the inning. As the game was not official, no statistics counted for the players, and the Cards Joe Frazier had a lost home run. The first game had been delayed 78 minutes by rain.




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