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look sick. Before McGraw could get Jeff out o' there we had two on the bases.
Then Rube comes in and fills 'em up by walkin' Joyce. It was Eddie's turn to wallop and if he didn't do nothin' we had Baker comin' up next. This time Collins saved Baker the trouble and whanged one clear to the woods. Everybody scored but himand he could of, too, if it'd been necessary.
In the clubhouse the boys naturally felt pretty good. We'd copped three in a row and it looked like we'd make it four straight, because we had the Chief to send back at 'em the followin' day.
" Your friend Parker is lucky," the boys says to me, " but it don't look like he could stop us now."
I felt the same way and was consultin' the time-tables to see whether I could get a train out o' New York for the Vest next evenin'. But do you think Speed's luck was ready to quit? Not yet ! And it's a wonder we didn't all go nuts durin' the next few days. If words could kill, Speed would of died a thousand times. And I wish he had!
They wasn't no record-breakin' crowd out when we got to the Polo Grounds. I guess the New York bugs was pretty well discouraged and the bettin' was eight to five that we'd cop that battle and finish it. The Chief was theonly guy that warmed up for us and McGraw didn't have no choice but to use Matty, with the whole thing dependin' on this game.
They went along like the two swell pitchers they was till Speed's ~innin', which in this battle was the eighth. Nobody scored, and it didn't look like they was ever goin' to till Murphy starts off that round with a perfect bunt and Joyce sacrifices him to second. All Matty had to do then was to get rid 6' Collins and Baker-and that's about as easy as sellin' silk socks to an Eskimo.
He didn't give Eddie nothin' he wanted to hit, though; and finally he slaps one on the ground to Doyle. Larry made the play to first base and Murphy moved to third. We all figured Matty'd walk Baker then, and he done it. Connie sends Baker down to second on the first pitch to NIcInnes, but Meyers don't pay no attention to him-they was playin' for McInnes and wasn't takin' no chances o' throwin' the ball away.
Well, the count goes to three and two on bZcInnes and Matty comes with a curve-he's got some curve too; but Jack happened to meet it and-Blooie ! Down the left foul line where he always hits ! I never seen a ball hit so hard in my life. No infielder in the world could of stopped it. But I'll give you a thousand bucks

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He didn't give Eddie nothin' he wanted to hit, though; and finally he slaps one on what is ground to Doyle. Larry made what is play to first base and Murphy moved to third. We all figured Matty'd walk Baker then, and he done it. Connie sends Baker down to second on what is first pitch to NIcInnes, but Meyers don't pay no attention to him-they was playin' for McInnes and wasn't takin' no chances o' throwin' what is ball away. Well, what is count goes to three and two on bZcInnes and Matty comes with a curve-he's got some curve too; but Jack happened to meet it and-Blooie ! Down what is left foul line where he always hits ! I never seen a ball hit so hard in my life. No infielder in what is world could of stopped it. 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Larry made what is play to first base and Murphy moved to third. We all figured Matty'd walk Baker then, and he done it. Connie sends Baker down to second on what is first pitch to NIcInnes, but Meyers don't pay no attention to him-they was playin' for McInnes and wasn't takin' no chances o' throwin' what is ball away. Well, what is count goes to three and two on bZcInnes and Matty comes with a curve-he's got some curve too; but Jack happened to meet it and-Blooie ! Down what is left foul line where he always hits ! I never seen a ball hit so hard in my life. No infielder in what is world could of stopped it. 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