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The Brooklyn Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates won last night, as Johnny Podres hurled a three-hitter, shutting out Philadelphia 4 to 0, while the Pirates squeezed out the Giants, 6 to 5.
Podres's pitching enabled the Dodgers to save one game of their four-game series at Connie Mack Stadium. After four scoreless innings, the Dodgers finally brought home one run in the fifth and seventh frames, and two in the ninth.
At Pittsburgh, the Pirates collected 11 hits off five pitchers in the rubber game of a five-game series.
All teams in the American and National Leagues will play night games today, with the Red Sox playing at Chicago. Sullivan, with a 2-4 record, will start against Chicago's Pierce, with an 8-2 tally so far.
The Yankees will play at Cleveland with Sturdivant (3-5) opposing the Indians' Daley (1-3). The Senators will play at Detroit, where Clavenger (2-0) will meet the Tigers' Maas (6-2). Baltimore will meet the Athletics at Kansas City, with the Orioles' Loes (5-3) against Morgan (3-4).
In the National League, Cincinnati will play the Phillies away, and Milwaukee will meet the Giants at the Polo Grounds. St. Louis will play the Pirates at Pittsburgh, and the Cubs will meet the Dodgers at Ebbets Field.
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