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  • Walter Johnson - 1913

    4/10 v. New York: W, 2-1

    CG, 9 H, ER, BB, 3 K, W
    0-3, 2 SO
    4 assists

    4/19 at New York: W, 5-1
    CG, SHO, 6 H, 8 K, W
    1-4, triple, RBI, SO
    PO, 2 assists

    4/23 v. Boston: W, 6-0
    CG, SHO, 2 H, 2 BB, 7 K, W
    2-3, triple, RBI
    PO, 2 assists

    4/25 v. Boston: W, 5-4
    relief: IP, 2 H, K, SV

    4/30 at Philadelphia: W, 2-0
    CG, SHO, 4 H, BB, 10 K, W
    0-3, 2 SO
    2 assists

    5/3 at Boston: W, 2-1
    relief: 2.2 IP, 4 H, BB, 4 K, W
    0-1, SO

    5/5 at Boston: W, 5-3
    relief: 5 IP, 4 H, 3 K, W
    1-1, run, sac bunt
    PO, 3 assists

    5/10 at Chicago: W, 1-0
    CG, SHO, 2 H, BB, 4 K, W
    0-4
    3 assists

    5/14 at St. Louis: W, 10-5
    6 IP, 3 H, ER, 7 K, W
    2-3, double, triple, 2 runs, SO

    5/18 at Detroit: W, 2-1
    CG, 6 H, RA*, 3 BB, K, W
    1-3
    2 assists
    *Cobb stole home after promising he'd score on Johnson in the papers.

    5/21 at Cleveland: W, 5-3
    relief: 1.1 IP, H, K, W

    Totals:
    Pitching: 11 games, 10-0 record, save, 7 starts, 6 CG, 4 SHO, 70 IP, 43 hits allowed (H), 9 BB, 3 RA, 2 ER, 46 K
    Batting: 7-25, double, 3 triples, 3 runs, 2 RBI, 7 SO, sac bunt, .280/.280/.560
    Fielding: 3 PO, 18 assists, no errors

    8 game, 56 inning scoreless streak
    "No matter how great you were once upon a time — the years go by, and men forget,” - W. A. Phelon in Baseball Magazine in 1915. “Ross Barnes, forty years ago, was as great as Cobb or Wagner ever dared to be. Had scores been kept then as now, he would have seemed incomparably marvelous.”

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