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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                CALL OF TIE Brings Close of Ball Season. THE   GLOBE'S  BASE  BALL  OHABTS. Bolow wo give the finol clintts ol the sooaon oi 1890, which ended last night. They ave hoth of great interest, hut one Is a more pleasant study tlian the other. Boston Champions End in Glory. m nmm iii Vlclorj. Brooklyii Wins  League Peimaiit. Last Games of a Year of Warfare on the Diamond. PiTTsacrna, Peun., Oct. 4.-Witli today'.s sun TV-ent out the first champiouship season of the players'league. The Boston champions wound up the season as they commenced, with a victory. Two games were played this afternoon. The first one went toHanlon's men, and the second and la.st game of the season to Boston. Boston was handicapped for want of a left-fieldcr, as Elchardson was called on to play short. Gumbert in the first and Daly in the second game were of no more account In loft field, as far as judging long hits, than u cigar sign. Hai'dioRichardson carried off both hatting aud'fielding honors for the Bostons, accepting 11 out of 12 chances and hitting for three singles, a double and a triple in nine times at bat. The Bui-gers found Daley pie in the flr.st game, while in the second Ad Gumbert had them at his mercy. Maul kept Boston's hits well scattered in all but the seventh Inning of the first game, while Toner was hit hard in the second game. Murpjiy and Swett both had off days in throwing, which did much for the homo team in the way of run getting. The Bostoikhoys were anxious to win the Inst game. Telegrams from home wore received asking them to get the last game ijf pos.sible, and the way they were going at Long John Tener showed they meant mischief. The Bccond game was called on account of darkness after the home team had retired in the seventh, Gumbert striking Carroll out on throe halls. Jerry Hurley was g^ven a round of applause when he went in to catch in the second game. Morgan Murphy was run into at the plate by Tom Quiim and received a had sorope on the knee. Swett taking his place. The short stopping of young Corcoran in the first game was immense. He accepted allof 10finecimuces.     , , The first game was called at 2 o'clock. The runs wore made as follows: AVith two out, Beokley hit sale and scored on Carroll's scratch aouble, Gumbert allowing the hall to go over his head, while he ran around like a hen with her head out oif. Brown scored for Bo.;ill on VisniT. It was one of tho mont itc'-unite h.iit' distaiK-e throws made by a iiobt^'h luiijj thi.^ herii^rin, nud i; is doubtful if any one Imt f^:r �\\iHiam could have juade it. 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"6	'i					0		 		'6	i						,,			II		a '6	'i											I)		2 0	4			'6	'i	0	'i					(1		II II		'tl										(		4 I	I											(		2 		'6				'('	'i	11	1			c		� 		0		t		c	1	0	2			1		a 				1								0		1 .sdmi; rare liartT.-'.ins in rc-.l esi.-.te ;irf' nn-i;eiMl''e(t t'Kuiy ol- '/nKf ' ;. TiiK (li.onK presents to it.i rciidcr.s. in ihe aiio\ 0 eoluiiins, tlu; reeiH'd.s of tlio wiir iiers in the players' and national league pennant races. Tlie players' league .struggle lia.s been a .sjjleiuiid one, and lover.s of llio gtime thriiii,[;rliout tin? country lutvo been enabled to witne.ss the finest article of base bull us expounded by the very best players in the business. The New York and Bottoii tenuis of the. new league were nearly the same as made Kudi a strong light lust season, and were expected to make a bid for pcmiaut honor.s in the new league. In tins tbo Bostons luivo not disappointed their nduiire'rs, us they have enptured tiie I'eiiiKint, liave y.i-'\ ci-eiv .series, and hiivi!si(rM.*i)}vdet*e;'red tlie (ilnnts iind Wnnl's Brooklyn,", their nearest eoiiiiuititor;^ in llic riieo. Tlie tiiniits have not pliiyod tlie lirllllanl winning game of last setuion, mid this is duo (^liielly to tJie in).st�aily work of their ptteliers, several iweiiients to players, and tlieir manliest weakness in tlie infield since JdSin Word left tlieni. The fourMi olub in the stamlingis Cliarlev Coniiskey'sCiviemrns. Tiie White .Stoeltings have iiindo a good showing lit times, and twii'e they made great winning .streaks, but ininieriiotoly thereafter would fallbnekinto the old rut. Cbicago, liowevcr, has the distinction of being the only club who headed Boston, that being for a single day only, and tliey womid up the season at home in a bliixo of glory, taking three straight from the Giants. Philiulelphin, Pittsburg. ClevelMid and Euffelo is tiip I'rderiif tbo tail ciidors. Presentation of the'.Fetmant nud Borne Groat Attempts ot Record Broaltlng, Apropos of the benoilt game, Saturday. .Oct. 11, to thoBoaton champions, will bo several interesting ovoiita that are worth the price of admission alone. There will be a grand parade shortly be. fore the gamo from the United States Hotel, and the Boston hoys will be "in It," headed by Reeves' American band. Arriving at the grounds, Reeves' bond will discourse music, and the ponniint, emblematic of the championship ot the players' league in the first year of its existence, will ho presented to Mike Kelly and his men, Harry Stovey and Toiu Broivn tvill attempt to break the world's record at running the bases, and Ned Cr.tno and Harry Vaughn of the Now York Gi.ants will strive to break the record for throwing the base hiitl. iAVlion the pennant is prosontod it will bo hoisted tliero and then to a gigantic polo in centre field. Tickets for the gamo are now on sale at John Morrill's, Bromiield st. The following is a list ot the dignitaries that are expected to bo present: Gov. jirac'kott. Mayor Hart. Col. K. A. Mo.Vlpln, president plnycra' loaguo. John AddlBon, vlcc-pveBltlont player.?' loaBuo, Frank 11. Brunell, a^rotary pkiyerB' league. E. A. Taleott, preBldont Now Y'ork players' cliib. Wendell Goodwin, ptOBldont Brooklyn players' clnb. 3. Enrlo Wagner, preslUonl; Philadelphia plttyore' club. A. L. Johnson, prnsUlont Clfivolnnd players'clnb. Mayor McCallan, president;  Pittsburg players' oliib. ' John Montgomery Ward, lltiolt Ewlng. Sid Farrar. Charles Bumnton; CharioB Oomlskoy. Congressman J. H. O'NolU. George H. DloWnson, Now York IVorld, ITlokEnglo. Maurleo Barrymoro. Edward Everett Boll. Doo MoDonough. Trunk Blchtor, editor Sporting.Life. John Kelly. Jim MoConnlok.    _ The Base Ball Benefit. The concert which is to be given in Mtisio Hall Stinday evening, Oct. 12, for the benefit of the victorious Boston brotherhood ball club, promises to be of remarkable interest, and the list of volunteers ensures a programme of unusual merit. The oliampions will be presented to the public, and many noted players will be present to sissist in the triumph of their comrados. The pennant, which was sohard fought for,will bo shotra, and the lovers of the great national game ivill then feel C6rtp;n that Boston has again won the place w'lloh all the big cities covet. �\V. H. Maodonald and Miss Flora Fin-layson of the Bostoninns will come from Portland, Me., cspooiaily to assist; DeWoil Hopper will come all the way from Philadelphia; and from Now Yoilc. will come Maurleo Bitrrymoro, Charlie Beod, Evoas and Hoey, the Olympic quartet, Billy Mack, Mark Sullivan and Harry ICernell. Boston win be represe.nted by that clover boy actor, Master Wallie Eddinger, Mis. George W, Galvln, James B. Radclilfo, Harry Fisher, the Harlem quartet, Dave Braham, M. T. Callahan, Electric banjo and guitar quartet and Miss Lizzie A. Howie. The stage will be under the management of H. M. Pitt, and John C. Mullaly will dheot a largo orchestra. Howivrd M. Dow will be the accompanist. Seats can be secured at John F. Morrill's on Bromflold St. and at Music Hall, and they ought to bo purchased at once, as the house will bo packed. The entertainment will make a fitting close to the ball season here. _ Itlarions, 6; Grattima, 6. The Marions won the championship of Brookline yesterday by defeating the Grat-tans. The battery work of McCarthy and Pickett was remarkably fine, two of the hits made off the former being scratches. The features were the fielding of Paige, Baxter, Jennings and Wallace, and tlio batting of McCarthy, Pickett, Finn and Baxter. The score: MAniONS. AB. Honey,o.f.... 4 IInyler,:5b.... 8 Flnneran,0... 4 M. Hooper, 1.1. 2 It.Hooper, 8. fi., 4 Baxter, 3b..... 3 ColUiis, r.f... 4 Lyon, p......8 Paige, lb..... 1 n. nil. t;i. su. ro. A. 0 2 4 1 0 1 0 7 0 Totals.....30    0    3 0   24  IB    0 An. _'lokett,o..... 4 Finn, 1. f..... 4 WaUaco.lb.., 4 Jennings, 2b., 4 Logan, s.s...:. 3 McCarthy, p.. 8 Ctthill, u.l-.... 8 Conroy, r. f... 3 Hearty, 3b.... 8 Totals .... 81 OnATT.VKS. n. nil. IB. SH. po. 2 1110 2 2" 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0     2 24   10     0 Innings..............1 2 8 4 B 0 7 8 Marlon...............0 023001 0-0 Grattan..............3 002000 0-B Earned runs-Marlon, 1; Gr.attau, 3. Two-base hits-Jennings, Logan. Stolen bases-Honey, Huy-ler, Baxter (2), Pickett (2), McCarthy. First base on bans-Grattan, l; Marlon, B. Struck out-By Lyon, 0; by McCarthy, 4. Double playa-McCarthy ana Jennings; Ltigaii, tyaUaco and Hearty. Poaned balls -Flnnorau, 3, Time-2h. Bm. Woven Hose, 5; Koyalston, 2. The Woven Hose team defeated the Royalstons at Fitoiiburg yesterday for the championship of the State, in a close and very interesting game, Fitzgerald pitched a veiy line game, and received splendid support. The features of the game were the batting of Jutld, Donovan, Murphy, the fielding of O'Brien and MoUiughllu. For O'Brion, 1.      4 1 Judd, s. 8,.., B 1 McLauglillii.Sb 3 0 Donovan, Sb. 4 2 Moran.lb____4 0 Miiriihy, c.f.. 4 1 AVOVKN HOSE. AB.   n. nn.', i�. Bii. vo.   a,   ir 0'   0 3 0 2 0   12 Doyle, r.f..�. 4 0 12 Mckeovor, 0.. 4    0    0    0 Fitzgerald, p.. 4 'Totals,... 80 An. Mullen, s.s.... 3 Hamilton, lb.. 4 Ladeau, r.f... 4 filater, 2b.....4 Hurt, 0....... 4 Flaek, c.f,... 4 .Sullivan. 3b... 4 M. .Sulllvan.p. 4 Leary.l. f.. .. 8 0   27   10 B    0   10 110VA1.6T0K. It. nn. Tn. sii. po. 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 a.     k. 1 0 0 2 8 4 2     0 1 0 2 18 2     0 Totals....84     2     B     6     2   27   20     4 InnliiRS..........1  2  8  4  B  0  7  8 'O Woven Hose........4 0 0 O 0 0 0 1 0- B KoyalBtoiiH.........0 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 J-2 Two-base hit-Dovle. Stolen basea -O'Brien, Judd, Flnger.ald, Flack. First base on balls- Mullen, O'Brien, First base on errors-Woven HoBc, li r.oy.alston, 1. Struck out-O'Brien, M
                            

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