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Old 07-28-2018, 03:37 PM
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If anyone can help, I would really appreciate it. I recently acquired a game used baseball from the Little World Series and have hit a complete deadend trying to find a boxscore from the game. Here is what is written on the ball.

1938 Little World Series Game #4 10-5-1938
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Newark-8
Winning pitcher Kemp Wicker.
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Found a boxscore in the NY Daily News from October 6, 1938. It can be accessed at newspapers.com. That's a pay service, but a SABR member can access it thru the SABR site.
In case you can't/don't find it:
Newark lineup: Schulte 2b; Gleeson lf;Keller rf; Rosar c;Scarascella 1b; May 3b;Chartak cf;Witek ss; Donaldp;Page p;Strincevich p;Stine p Blair and Kelleher ph

KC lineupavis 1b;Joost 2b;Judnich cf;Matheson rf;Gallagher lf;Miller ss; Riddle c; Wicker p; Makosky p;Washburn p.

The box lists Makosky as the winner and Stine as the loser.
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Found a boxscore in the NY Daily News from October 6, 1938. It can be accessed at newspapers.com. That's a pay service, but a SABR member can access it thru the SABR site.
In case you can't/don't find it:
Newark lineup: Schulte 2b; Gleeson lf;Keller rf; Rosar c;Scarascella 1b; May 3b;Chartak cf;Witek ss; Donaldp;Page p;Strincevich p;Stine p Blair and Kelleher ph

KC lineupavis 1b;Joost 2b;Judnich cf;Matheson rf;Gallagher lf;Miller ss; Riddle c; Wicker p; Makosky p;Washburn p.

The box lists Makosky as the winner and Stine as the loser.
Thanks.
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14 runs in the last three innings.

I guess closer was spelled without a “c” in 1938.
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Awesome, thanks for posting that.
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Nice assist. Thanks!!
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