W L Pct. GB
Yakima ...... 36 16 .692 —
Vancouver ... 28 21 .571 6½
Salem ....... 25 24 .510 9½
Spokane ..... 26 25 .510 9½
Wenatchee ... 25 28 .472 10½
Bremerton ... 24 30 .444 13
Tacoma ...... 23 31 .426 14
Victoria .... 21 33 .389 16
VICTORIA, June 10—After leaving the bases loaded three times and a total of 15 runners stranded in the previous eight innings, the Victoria Athletics broke through with a pair in the ninth before a man was out to overcome the Salem Senators, 8-7.
Gil McDougald crashed a doubled to the left field corner with the bases loaded to score Al Drew and Charlie Balassi with the winning runs.
The A's tied the score at 1-1, 5-5 and 6-6 but never managed to get ahead after the third inning until winning it in the ninth.
Jim Probst went the distance, allowing 13 hits and seven walks in getting his first win of the season. One of the hits was a homer by Orteig, who batted in three runs.
Salem ........... 011 301 100—7 13 4
Victoria ......... 012 201 002—8 15 1
Sciarra, Osborn (4) and Beard; Propst and Day.
VANCOUVER, June 10—Smashing through for ten runs in the last two innings, the W.I.L.-leading Yakima Bears trounced the Vancouver Capilanos, 14-5, tonight.
The game was tied, 4-4, when the Bears knocked out Jim Hedgecock in the midst of a four-run eighth inning.. Gene Petralli opened with a single and Nino Tornay doubled a run in. Hedgecock was pulled in favour of Bob Snyder, who gave up three more singles and a walk to allow all the runs.
Things got worse in the ninth. Dick Briskey doubled and Petralli fouled out, but the Bears slashed out another single and double before Edo Vanni grounded out by that time, Snyder was out and Hunk Anderson was in, but he faired no better, giving up four hits and three more runs.
Catcher Nini Tornay was the big gun in Yakima's 22-hit, poling out two home runs, a double and two singles in six trips. Ray Orteig had a homer amongst his five hits and Snag Moore added another one for the Bears.
Yakima ........... 010 111 046—14 22 0
Vancouver ...... 111 010 001—5 8 1
Dickey and Tornay; Snyder, Hedgecock (8), Anderson (9) and Brenner.
BREMERTON, June 10—The Spokane Indians counted four runs in the 15th inning and then barely held off a Bremerton rally to score a 7-6 win.
After Spokane tied the count with a single run in the seventh, the teams battled through seven scoreless innings until both Jack Teagan and Bob Pirack tired in the sixth extra frame.
The Spokes scorerd four runs on Ken Richardson's three-run homer, a triple by Jack Calvey and Jack Park's single. The Tars came back in their half, counting three times on two walks, a triple by Bill Taylor and Al Ronning's single before Gene Babbitt came in to save the day.
Spokane .......... 001 100 100 000 004—7 13 1
Bremerton ....... 100 200 000 000 003—6 8 0
Teagan, Babbitt (15) and Rossi; Pirack and Ronning.
TACOMA, June 10—Three Wenatchee errors gave Tacoma Tigers four unearned runs and a 5-3 victory over the Chiefs at Tacoma. Vince Lazor spaced ten hits judiciously, one of them a home run by Clint Cameron, to get the win.
Wenatchee ........... 010 000 011—3 10 3
Tacoma ................ 003 001 10x—5 6 2
Weaver and Pesut, Winter (3); Lazor and Sheets.