To-day was a great day for St. Louis. A long series of old grudges were wiped out in the worst defeat defeat the Athletics have ever received. When about to commence the game they kicked about Heubel, but rather than retaliate upon them for their ungracious conduct in St. Louis last summer, under similar circumstances, the St. Louis Club agreed to take Warren White, of Washington, who was on the ground, and the game proceeded.
-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, June 2, 1876
Rather than give you the batter by batter results, I'll just hit the highlights (as the writer of the game account should have):
-Battin's triple in the first was the big blow and scored two; Battin was driven home by Blong
-In the second, Cuthbert scored from first on a Clapp's double; Pike drove in McGeary and Clapp on a single and a throwing error
-The fourth was the big inning; "Dehlman out at first. Mack and Cuthbert got in base hits, and Mack went home on Clapp's hit, followed by Cuthy on the steal. McGeary got first on a muffed fly. Pike out at first. Clapp and McGeary home on Battin's two-baser, he scoring on Blong's two-baser, and latter coming in on Brad's three-base hit. Dehlman out at first."
-In the fifth, Pike again drove home two runs and then scored on Battin's triple
-In the sixth, Dehlman scored on Cuthbert's double
-And finally, in the seventh, McGeary scored on Battin's single
-Bradley recorded another shutout and gave up only three hits