WP–Earnshaw (1). To install click the Add extension button. The Cardinals scored the game's first run in the second when Pepper Martin doubled off of George Earnshaw, stole third and scored on Jimmy Wilson's sacrifice fly, and the game's second run in the seventh when Martin hit a leadoff single, stole second, moved to third on a groundout and scored on Charlie Gelbert's fielder's choice. Bishop 2b High 3b 2. In the top of the seventh, Al Simmons's two-run home run put Philadelphia up 6–2, the game's final. The Athletics broke a scoreless tie with four runs in the fifth, Grove winning his second game of the series with a five-hitter, tying the series. copyright=new Date(); Jack Morris returned to the mound for his third start of the Series for the Twins while John Smoltz made his second for the Braves. "Wild" Bill Hallahan started and won the other two for the Cards, and saved Game 7. . The same two teams faced off during the 1930 World Series and the Athletics were victorious. Shop with confidence. Haas cf Roettger rf 3. The 1931 World Series featured the two-time defending Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. The Seventh Game would reinforce that point. One of those who "wet his pill" still active in 1931 was Burleigh Grimes, with two Series starts, two wins and seven innings of no-hit pitching in Game 3. E–Foxx (1). T–1:57. The 1931 World Series featured the two-time defending Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Baseball Almanac Box Score | var pfHeaderImgUrl = '';var pfHeaderTagline = '';var pfdisableClickToDel = 1;var pfHideImages = 1;var pfImageDisplayStyle = 'right';var pfDisablePDF = 0;var pfDisableEmail = 0;var pfDisablePrint = 0;var pfCustomCSS = 'http://www.baseball-almanac.com/box-scores/print.css';var pfBtVersion='1';(function(){var js,pf;pf=document.createElement('script');pf.type='text/javascript';pf.src='//cdn.printfriendly.com/printfriendly.js';document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(pf)})(); The player names and pitcher names in the box score above can be clicked and their comprehensive single season & career statistics will be shown. The spitball pitch was banned by Major League Baseball in 1920, but those still using it at that time were "grandfathered," or permitted to keep throwing it. Martin was a thorn in the A's side in the series, getting three hits and four RBI to lead St. Louis to a 5-1 victory. DP–Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 1. Mickey Cochrane's RBI single scored a run, then a walk to Al Simmons scored another. 1931 World Series (4–3): St. Louis Cardinals (N.L.) The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Athletics and the box score is "ready to surrender its truth to the knowing eye.

Max Bishop hit a leadoff single, moved to second on a bunt groundout, and scored on Al Simmons's single. 1931 World Series Game One. He led his team for the Series in runs scored, hits, doubles, runs batted in and stolen bases, and also made a running catch to stifle a ninth-inning rally by the A's in the final game. The 1931 World Series featured the two-time defending champion Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals.The Cardinals beat the Athletics in seven games, a rematch and reversal of fortunes of the previous World Series.. The respective line-ups were as follows: Starting Lineups: Philadelphia Athletics St. Louis Cardinals 1. The 1931 World Series featured the two-time defending champion Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals. Dykes 3b Wilson c 8. In the top of the third with runners on first and second, Mule Haas's double scored Philadelphia's first run. ✪ Game 7, 10/6/31 1931 World Series, Cards s. Athletics, ✪ HOOVER WATCHES GAME THREE OF 1931 WORLD SERIES, ✪ CARDINALS WIN 1931 WORLD SERIES over Philadelphia A's, ✪ 1968 World Series, Game 1: Tigers @ Cardinals. Regardless, it will look great framed on your wall.

", "The box score is the catechism of baseball, ready to surrender its truth to the knowing eye." The Cardinals beat the Athletics in seven games, a rematch and reversal of fortunes of the previous World Series. October 7, 1935: Goslin's single wins World Series. But this would prove to be the final World Series for longtime A's manager Connie Mack. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. You could also do it yourself at any point in time. Foxx 1b Hafey lf 6. Did you know that you can order an "original" print copy of this same box score from Baseball Almanac?

Anticipation of the 1931 World Series steadily peaked all summer in the St. Louis area as the Cardinals clinched their fourth National League pennant in mid-September. Copyright 1999- The A's scored their only run in the seventh on Bing Miller's groundout after two one-out singles. - Author Stanley Cohen in The Man in the Crowd (1981), Philadelphia Athletics 2, St. Louis Cardinals 4. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. Martin's home run after a double in the sixth made it 3–0 Cardinals. over Philadelphia Athletics (A.L.). Team LOB–8.

The Athletics had captured their third straight American League pennant, winning 107 games (and 313 for 1929–31). This would also be the city of Philadelphia's last appearance in the Series until 1950. The A's scored four runs in the third, enabling Lefty Grove to win Game 1 despite giving up 12 hits, three by Pepper Martin. "Wild" Bill Hallahan started and won the other two for the Cards, and saved Game 7. SB–Martin (5,2nd base off Earnshaw/Cochrane). Despite going 0–for–6 in Games 6 and 7, Pepper Martin was the leading hitter of the series with a .500 (12–for–24) batting average. The Cardinals beat the Athletics in seven games, a rematch and reversal of fortunes of the previous World Series.

After an error and walk off of Paul Derringer, Dib Williams's RBI single scored the game's first run. It would be the A's last World Series appearance in Philadelphia and it would be 41 years—and two cities—later before the A's would return to the Fall Classic, after their successive moves to Kansas City in 1955 and Oakland in 1968. Where what happened yesterday is being preserved today. George Earnshaw pitched a brilliant two-hit shutout, walking one and striking out eight. The same two teams faced off during the 1930 World Series and the Athletics were victorious. It is two or three hours (the box score even gives that item to the minute) of complex activity, virtually inscribed on the head of a pin, yet no knowing reader suffers from eyestrain.". But this would prove to be the final World Series for longtime A's manager Connie Mack. Grimes pitched a two-hitter and contributed a two-run single in the fourth. Simmons lf Bottomley 1b 5. It is abbreviated history. We have created a browser extension. He had a shutout until Al Simmons hit a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth. 1931 World Series Game 7 box score between the St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Athletics. October 9, 1971: Dave McNally leads Orioles to win in World Series opener . St. Louis scored their only run in the sixth when Jake Flowers doubled and scored on Frankie Frisch's single. October 7, 1973: Matlack throws a gem as Mets even up NLCS. The A's added to their lead in the seventh off of Jim Lindsey. After a single and hit-by-pitch loaded the bases, a walk to Jimmy Dykes scored a run and an error scored two more.

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Martin had both Cardinal hits. All Rights Reserved by Baseball Almanac, Inc.Hosted by Hosting 4 Less. As he did after the Boston "Miracle Braves" swept his heavily favored A's in the 1914 Series, Mack would break up this great team by selling off his best players, this time out of perceived economic necessity rather than pique and competition from the short-lived Federal League. The Cardinals struck first in the first when with runners on second and third via two single and a bunt groundout, a wild pitch by George Earnshaw to Pepper Martin scored a run and a strike three wild pitch to Ernie Orsatti scored another. NL St. Louis Cardinals (4) vs. AL Philadelphia Athletics (3), Thursday, October 1, 1931 at Sportsman's Park (III) in St. Louis, Missouri, Friday, October 2, 1931 at Sportsman's Park (III) in St. Louis, Missouri, Monday, October 5, 1931 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, October 6, 1931 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wednesday, October 7, 1931 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Friday, October 9, 1931 at Sportsman's Park (III) in St. Louis, Missouri, Saturday, October 10, 1931 at Sportsman's Park (III) in St. Louis, Missouri, 1931 World Series (4–3): St. Louis Cardinals (N.L.) Part of the Baseball Almanac Family, order an "original" print copy of this same box score, Game played on Saturday, October 10, 1931 at Sportsman's Park III. The only day-to-day player in the Cardinals' lineup who was different in 1931 was the "Wild Horse of the Osage", Pepper Martin—a 27-year-old rookie who had spent seven seasons in the minor leagues. HR–St. The Cardinals' World Series victory parade through downtown St. Louis in October 1931. A–20,805. Going into the game, this Series had been regarded as one of the best ever. Through five games, Martin leads all regulars with a .667 (12-18) average. It was also the last World Series until the 2017 edition in which both teams who had won at least 100 games in the regular season went the maximum seven games. Pepper Martin's two hits and two stolen bases, scoring both Cardinal runs, supported Hallahan's three-hit shutout. The first World Series Game 7 in four seasons saw a rematch of the Game 4 starters. Would you like Wikipedia to always look as professional and up-to-date? The same two teams faced off during the 1930 World Series and the Athletics were victorious. Two two-out walks loaded the bases and scored another run. over Philadelphia Athletics (A.L. The Cardinals beat the Athletics in seven games, a rematch and reversal of fortunes of the previous World Series. 1931 WORLD SERIES GAME 7 VS. PHILADELPHIA A'S. Miller rf Martin cf 7. I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. Philadelphia added to their lead in the sixth off of Syl Johnson on Jimmie Foxx's home run and Jimmy Dykes's single after a Bing Miller double.

October 10, 1931: Grimes pitches Cardinals to Game 7 win over Mack’s Athletics March 2, ... October 7, 1940: Reds' Bucky Walters hurls World Series shutout to force deciding Game 7. Louis Watkins (1,3rd inning off Earnshaw 1 on, 0 out).

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Simmons RBI double in the first inning after a walk and two groundouts was all Earnshaw needed. The Cardinals added to their lead in the eighth when George Watkins walked off of Rube Walberg, stole second and scored on Martin's single and in the ninth off of Eddie Rommel on Charlie Gelbert's single with two on. update=copyright.getFullYear(); This page was last modified on 12 October 2015, at 23:51. Two consecutive walks by Paul Derringer loaded the bases and tied the game, then Jimmie Foxx's single scored two more runs. "1931 World Series Game 1 – Philadelphia Athletics vs. St. Louis Cardinals", "1931 World Series Game 2 – Philadelphia Athletics vs. St. Louis Cardinals", "1931 World Series Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Athletics", "1931 World Series Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Athletics", "1931 World Series Game 5 – St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Athletics", "1931 World Series Game 6 – Philadelphia Athletics vs. St. Louis Cardinals", "1931 World Series Game 7 – Philadelphia Athletics vs. St. Louis Cardinals", "World Series Gate Receipts and Player Shares", 1978 American League East tie-breaker game, 1980 National League West tie-breaker game, Ladies and Gentlemen, the Bronx Is Burning. The only day-to-day player in the Cardinals' lineup who was different in 1931 was the "Wild Horse of the Osage", Pepper Martin—a 27-year-old rookie who had spent seven seasons in the minor leagues. Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!