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This Day in Baseball: High-hit Shutout

By Precious Sanders @pdsanders99

In the second game of a doubleheader on August 12, 1921, the Phillies’ right-handed pitcher George Smith gave up 12 hits, and yet he still managed to pitch a shutout against the Boston Braves, winning 4-0.  Smith had also started the first game of the doubleheader, but in that game, he gave up three runs on four hits and was taken out in the second inning.

This day in baseball: High-hit shutout

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This day in baseball: High-hit shutout

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