Yesterday afternoon the Freshman team defeated Worcester Academy in a rather close game, by the score of six to four. The Freshman played a better game in the field than Worcester Academy, but they were very weak at the bat, the made only three hits, while the academy nine made six early in the game. While trying for second base, Litchfield sprained his ankle, and had to stop playing; he will probably be laid up for some time. Farr pitched for Ninety-nine and though only six hits were made off him, he was very wild. He gave seven bases on balls and made several wild pitches. Thomson and Mills played well. For Worcester, Robinson caught a good game, and Morton and Proctor played well in the field. Edmands pitched a good game and also lead at the bat.
The score by innings:
Freshman, 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 -6
W. A., 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 -4
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