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Thanks for being so brutally honest and mean to me… Lol… I’m learning as l go along so that is what l will always take with me when you haters give it to me… The RP board roll sends the ball to left field. Wildfire Schulte is graded 2 OF, but the roll is 64 so he is a 3 on the play.
The RP play board result is a 3-base error — with the added bonus that F runner scores. Crawford IS an F runner and scores what eventually is the only run.
OK, now on to the most pitcher-influenced play I’ve ever seen in MG as Johnny Kling’s apparent 2-run homer turns into an OUT!!!!
Harry Steinfeldt got on with two out on an error by Tigers catcher Boss Schmidt in the sixth.
Steinfeldt promptly steals second.
Kling rolls 66 — the play result is a 3 — a 3 with runner on second is a home run.
But with Kling giving up 2 points to a right-handed pitcher, Donovan advanced to a 19 — a 19 pitcher with a runner on second turns a 3 from home run into a 7/single to right!!!!
That’s only half of it.
Kling has an 83 percent chance of scoring considering the strength of the hit with two outs against Crawford’s good arm — Dice rolls of 11 to 56 he is safe and game is tied.
The roll was 61 — Kling was thrown out by Crawford on a very close play at home!!!
The Cubs threatened again in the seventh as Schulte singled and Tinker reached first on an error by Tigers shortstop Charlie O’Leary.
Circus Solly Hoffman pinch hit for tough-luck pitcher Orvie Overall, who allowed one hit and struck out three in 6 innings.
Hoffman promptly rolled 12 — the 25 play result was a double play!!!!
Donovan gave up 3 singles, walked 2 and struck out 4 in his second masterful win of the series.