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April 16, 1928 at Fenway Park
Yankees 7, Red Sox 2 (3-0)
George Pipgras threw a solid game and he went the distance as the Yankees opened up their series in Boston with a win. He gave up just two runs on five hits and four walks with six strikeouts in the win.
Lou Gehrig belted his second homer of the season. Bob Meusel went two for four with a double, two RBIs and a run. Johnny Grabowski went two for four with a triple and two runs.
April 13, 1928 at Shibe Park
Yankees 8, Athletics 7 (2-0)
Lou Gehrig, Earle Combs and Bob Meusel all had solid games at the plate as the Yankees edged the Athletics 8-7. Gehrig hit his first homer of the season in the win. He also tripled and scored twice. Earle Combs went three for five with three runs while Meusel went three for four with two runs and two RBIs.
Wilcy Moore picked up the win for the Yankees. He gave up five runs on ten hits and four walks with two strikeouts in seven innings of work.
April 30, 1927 at Fenway Park
Red Sox 3, Yankees 2 (9-5)
Urban Shocker was crusing along and had a nice 2-0 lead heading into the ninth before things fell apart. Three runs later and the Yankees and Shocker had lost the game. He gave up three runs on eight hits and one walk with one strikeout.
Bob Meusel was pretty much the Yankees offense. He went two for four with a double and he scored both Yankee runs.
April 24, 1927 at Griffith Stadium
Yankees 6, Senators 2 (8-3)
Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel homered for the Yankees today while Cedric Durst drove in three with a bases loaded triple as the Yankees won yet again. It was Ruth’s third homerun of the season and he finished the game with three hits.
Urban Shocker picked up the win. He gave up two runs on eight hits and two walks with four strikeouts.
April 21, 1927 at Shibe Park
Yankees 13, Athletics 6 (7-2)
The Yankees ran up the score again behind the bat of Lou Gehrig. The Iron Horse went two for five with a homerun, three runs. Tony Lazzeri went yard with a three run shot while both Earle Combs and Bob Muesel had three hits and three runs.
April 20, 1927 at Shibe Park
Athletics 8, Yankees 5 (6-2)
On offense, the Yankees got a bunch of hits but they were mostly by four players. Lou Gehrig and Earle Combs each had three hits while Mark Koenig and Bob Meusel each had two. The only other player with a hit was Grabowski, who had a lone single.
April 18, 1927 at Yankee Stadium
Yankees 3, Red Sox 0 (6-0)
The Yankees improved to a perfect 6-0 behind the arm of Dutch Reuther. The hurler gave up only three hits and three walks with three strikeouts in nine shutout innings.
April 14, 1927 at Yankee Stadium
Yankees 9, Athletics 9 (2-0)
The Yankees winless streak remained intact today when they played the Athletics to a 9-9 ten inning tie. At the plate, Bob Meusel had three hits and three runs while both Mark Koenig and Babe Ruth had a hit and two runs a piece.
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