Saturday, July 7, 2007

Monday, July 19, 1948

              W  L Pct. GB
Tacoma ..... 55 38 .591 --
Bremerton .. 55 39 .585 ½
Victoria ... 52 42 .553 4
Vancouver .. 46 42 .523 6½
Spokane .... 48 46 .511 7½
Salem ...... 42 53 .442 14
Wenatchee .. 41 53 .436 14½
Yakima ..... 34 60 .362 21½

SALEM, July 19—The Victoria Athletics jumped on Hal Saltzman for four runs in the first innings and coasted to a 6-1 win over the Salem Senators tonight.
Singles by Vic Buccola, Jack Palmer, Archie Wilson, Babe Jensen and Dick Morgan did the early damage as Saltzman lasted only 2-3rds of an inning.
Two Salem errors, Charlie Balassi's double and another hit by Palmer accounted for the other two runs in the fifth.
The host Oregonians made their only tally in the sixth when they bunched four of their seven blows off Bill Harmsen. Doug Sinovic singled in Al Spaeter.
Harmsen finally picked up his first win of the season after three defeats.
Victoria .......... 400 020 000—6 12 0
Salem ............. 000 001 000—1 7 2
Harmsen and Recca; Saltzman, McNulty (1) and Burgher.

YAKIMA, July 19—The Yakima Packers breezed to an 11-4 win over the Vancouver Capilanos tonight.
Yakima's Max Strait opened the host club's half of the first inning with a home run and Yakima proceeded to bat around in each of the first two innings to pile up an 8-0 lead over Vancouver, with four runs in each of the first two innings.
Larry Manier gave up five hits in the first inning and then was pulled in the second, having pitched to only ten batters in all. The last was Snag Moore, who smacked a home run.
Len Tran hit a solo homer in the fourth for Vancouver, and Jack Warren's 372-foot circuit clout in the ninth put two runs on the board for the Caps after Buddy Hjelmaa singled up the box.
Vancouver ....... 000 100 012—4 8 3
Yakima ............ 440 210 00x—11 13 1
Manier, Higgins (2) and Warren; Strait and Constantino.

SPOKANE, July 19—The Spokane Indians defeated the House of David team, 2-1, in an exhibition game at Ferris Field tonight.

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