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by Cindy Chapman

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Author: Cindy Chapman
ISBN: 0439533376
ISBN13: 978-0439533379
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc. (2003)
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Run, Sid, Run! Cindy Chapman. ISBN 10: 0439533376 ISBN 13: 9780439533379. Publisher: Scholastic, In. 2003.

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Chapman led the American League in runs scored and walks in 1918. Mike Sowell, in his book The Pitch That Killed, states that first baseman Wally Pipp caught Mays's throw to first and then realized something was very wrong

Chapman led the American League in runs scored and walks in 1918. A top-notch bunter, Chapman is sixth on the all-time list for sacrifice hits and holds the single season record with 67 in 1917. Only Stuffy McInnis has more career sacrifices as a right-handed batter. Mike Sowell, in his book The Pitch That Killed, states that first baseman Wally Pipp caught Mays's throw to first and then realized something was very wrong. Chapman never took any steps, but rather slowly collapsed to his knees and then to the ground with blood pouring out of his left ear. Umpire Tommy Connolly quickly called for doctors in the stands to come to Chapman's aid.