Minneapolis Millers - Compiled by Stew Thornley
1903 - American Association,  50-89-1, 7th place - Standings, statistics, and notes follow game-by-game results
Manager: Walter Wilmot-George Yeager
Date Opponent Outcome Record Notes
W 4/22 at Kansas City Blues L 4-8 0-1
Th 4/23 at Kansas City L 3-13 0-2
F 4/24 at Kansas City L 4-5 0-3
Sa 4/25 at Kansas City L 7-8 0-4
Su 4/26 at Milwaukee Brewers L 0-8 0-5
M 4/27 at Milwaukee L 2-13 0-6
Tu 4/28 at Milwaukee L 1-5 0-7
W 4/29 at Milwaukee L 2-6 0-8
F 5/1 Milwaukee L 2-4 0-9
Sa 5/2 Milwaukee L 1-3 0-10
Su 5/3 Milwaukee* L 2-7 0-11 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
Tu 5/5 Milwaukee W 6-1 1-11
W 5/6 Kansas City L 9-13 1-12
Th 5/7 Kansas City L 2-9 1-13
F 5/8 Kansas City W 4-3 2-13 Millers score three in last of the ninth, capped by two-out, two run double by Dan Lally.
Sa 5/9 Kansas City L 1-3 2-14
Su 5/10 St. Paul Saints, rain* *Scheduled for Minnehaha Driving Park.  Walter Wilmot retires as manager.
M 5/11 St. Paul, rain
Tu 5/12 St. Paul, rain
W 5/13 St. Paul W 2-1 3-14 Catcher George Yeager takes over as manager.
Th 5/14 at St. Paul W 3-2 4-14
F 5/15 at St. Paul L 2-10 4-15
Sa 5/16 at St. Paul W 9-0, forfeit 5-15 Before 8,000 fans at Lexington Park, Minneapolis leads 7-4 in the eighth inning when St. Paul refuses to continue to play.  After 5 minutes, umpire Cunningham forfeits the game to the Millers.
Su 5/17 at St. Paul L 1-3 5-16
M 5/18 St. Paul L 8-9 5-17
Tu 5/19 Toledo Mud Hens W 24-2 6-17 Millers have 28 hits, 49 total bases, and 7 stolen bases.  Dan Lally is 5 for 7 with 3 doubles and a home run.
W 5/20 Toledo W 6-5 7-17 Millers trail by 1 with 2 out in the ninth when Elmer Smith triples and manager Yeager homers over the left-field fence.
Th 5/21 Toledo W 19-4 8-17
F 5/22 Toledo W 4-2 9-17
Sa 5/23 Columbus Discoverers L 0-1 9-18
Su 5/24 Columbus* W 13-4 10-18 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
M 5/25 Columbus W 11-2 11-18 Millers move into seventh place ahead of Toledo.
Tu 5/26 Columbus W 12-2 12-18
Th 5/28 Indianapolis Hoosiers W 6-1 13-18
F 5/29 Indianapolis W 4-2 14-18
Sa 5/30 a.m. Indianapolis L 1-7 14-19
Su 5/30 p.m. Indianapolis W 8-7 (13) 15-19 Millers tie with three in last of the 9th before 5,200 fans.
Su 5/31 Louisville Colonels* W 13-6 16-19 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
M 6/1 Louisville L 2-7 16-20
Tu 6/2 Louisville W 5-4 (10) 17-20
W 6/3 Louisville L 2-3 17-21
F 6/5 at Toledo W 8-6 18-21 Millers move into fourth place.
Sa 6/6 at Toledo, rain
Su 6/7 at Toledo L 2-3 18-22
M 6/8 at Toledo, rain
Tu 6/9 at Columbus, rain
W 6/10 at Columbus W 3-1 19-22
Th 6/11 at Columbus L 4-6 19-23
F 6/12 at Columbus W 8-4 20-23
Sa 6/13 at Indianapolis L 0-12 20-24 Smith gets Millers' only 3 hits.
M 6/15 at Indianapolis W 5-1 21-24
Tu 6/16 at Indianapolis L 0-4 21-25 Millers held hitless until 8th when Frank Martin gets the team's only hit.
W 6/18 at Indianapolis L 0-3 21-26
Th 6/18 at Louisville L 4-8 21-27
F 6/19 at Louisville W 8-0 22-27
Sa 6/20 at Louisville L 1-22 22-28
Su 6/21 at Louisville L 3-4 22-29 Bill Clymer wins game in the last of the ninth with a home run that the Millers claim was 2 feet foul.
Tu 6/23 at Milwaukee L 2-3 22-30
W 6/24 at Milwaukee W 7-4 (10) 23-30
Th 6/25 at Milwaukee W 9-3 24-30
F 6/26 at Kansas City L 7-11 24-31
Sa 6/27 at Kansas City W 11-7 25-31
Su 6/28 at Kansas City L 7-8 25-32
Tu 6/30 St. Paul W 8-5 26-32
W 7/1 St. Paul L 4-8 (10) 26-33
Th 7/2 at St. Paul, rain
F 7/3 St. Paul L 0-5 (8, rain) 26-34
Sa 7/4 a.m. St. Paul L 0-5 26-35
Sa 7/4 p.m. at St. Paul W 12-6 27-35
Su 7/5 Kansas City* L 7-10 27-36
M 7/6 St. Paul L 5-9 27-37
Tu 7/7 Kansas City L 3-5 27-38
W 7/8 Kansas City L 0-5 27-39
Th 7/9 at St. Paul L 4-5 27-40
F 7/10 Milwaukee W 4-0 28-40
Sa 7/10 Milwaukee L 2-4 28-41
Su 7/11 Milwaukee* L 9-11 28-42 *at Minnehaha Driving Park. 
M 7/13 at St. Paul W 6-3 29-42
Tu 7/14 Columbus L 1-2 29-43
W 7/15 Columbus W 5-4 30-43
Th 7/16 Columbus W 8-6 31-43
F 7/17 Toledo W 7-3 32-43
Sa 7/18 Toledo W 7-2 33-43
Su 7/19-1 Toledo* L 5-6 33-44 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
Su 7/19-2 Toledo* L 0-4 33-45
M 7/20 at St. Paul L 2-11 33-46
Tu 7/21 Louisville W 5-2 34-46
W 7/22 Louisville W 4-3 35-46
Th 7/23 Louisville L 1-5 35-47
F 7/24 Indianapolis L 0-7 35-48
Sa 7/25 Indianapolis L 1-10 35-49
Su 7/26 Indianapolis* W 11-10 36-49 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
Tu 7/28 at Toledo L 8-9 36-50
W 7/29-1 at Toledo L 8-16 36-51
W 7/29-2 at Toledo L 1-4 36-52
Th 7/30 at Toledo W 18-3 37-52
F 7/31 at Columbus L 5-7 37-53
Sa 8/1 at Columbus W 10-5 38-53
Su 8/2-1 at Columbus L 3-4 38-54
Su 8/2-2 at Columbus L 6-7 (11) 38-55
M 8/3 at Louisville T 8-8 (11) 38-55-1
Tu 8/4 at Louisville L 0-4 38-56
W 8/5 at Louisville, rain Rained out after 4-1/2 innings with Millers ahead 7-0.
Th 8/6-1 at Louisville L 3-4 38-57
Th 8/6-2 at Louisville L 2-7 38-58
F 8/7 at Indianapolis L 4-7 38-59
Sa 8/8-1 at Indianapolis L 2-4 38-60
Sa 8/8-2 at Indianapolis L 2-6 (6, darkness) 38-61
Tu 8/11 Toledo W 2-1 39-61
W 8/12 Toledo W 5-1 40-61
Sa 8/15 Columbus L 0-1 40-62 Dick Williams gets only hit for Millers.
Su 8/16-1 Columbus* W 5-2 41-62 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
Su 8/16-2 Columbus* L 11-13 41-63
Tu 8-18 Indianapolis L 5-9 41-64
W 8-19 Indianapolis L 0-1 41-65 Win Kellum of Indianapolis pitches 1-hitter; only hit by Andy Oyler.
Th 8-20 Indianapolis L 1-9 41-66
F 8-21 Louisville L 5-7 41-67
Sa 8-22 Louisville L 2-5 41-68
Su 8-23 Louisville* L 3-10 41-69 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.
Tu 8-25 at Columbus L 2-12 41-70
W 8-26 at Columbus L 5-8 41-71
Th 8-27 at Columbus L 7-8 41-72 10th straight loss.  Millers are now 5-1/2 games behind sixth-place Columbus and 4 games in front of last-place Toledo.
F 8-28 at Toledo, rain
Sa 8-29-1 at Toledo W 7-6 42-72 In second game, Yeager is arrested and taken to the police station, charged with assault of a small boy who threw a cushion at him.  Having barely escaped an angry mob at the gates of the park, Yeager was released on his own recognizance.
Sa 8/29-2 at Toledo L 2-7 42-73
Su 8-30-1 at Toledo W 7-2 43-73
Su 8/30-2 at Toledo L 3-13 (7, darkness) 43-74
M 8/31 at Indianapolis, rain Called by rain in the fourth.
Tu 9/1-1 at Indianapolis L 2-10 43-75
Tu 9/1-2 at Indianapolis L 1-4 43-76
W 9-2 at Indianapolis L 1-2 43-77
Th 9/3-1 at Louisville W 6-4 44-77
Th 9/3-2 at Louisville L 1-7 44-78
F 9/4 at Louisville W 3-2 45-78
M 9-7 St. Paul L 2-3 (10) 45-79
Tu 9/8 at St. Paul L 5-10 45-80
W 9/9-1 at St. Paul L 10-11 45-81 Millers score 4 in 9th for 10-9 lead, but Saints win with 2 in last of the 9th.
W 9/9-2 at St. Paul L 9-10 45-82
Th 9/10 at St. Paul L 7-8 (10) 45-83 Saints are now 85-41, leading second-place Louisville by 8-1/2 games.
F 9/11 Kansas City W 7-2 46-83
Sa 9/12 Kansas City, rain
Su 9/13-1 Kansas City* W 4-3, (5, rain) 47-83 *at Minnehaha Driving Park.  The Blues scored 5 in the top of the 6th, but the game was rained out, and the score reverted back to the 5th.
Su 9/13-2 Kansas City, rain*
M 9/14 Milwaukee, rain
Tu 9/15-1 Milwaukee, rain
Tu 9/15-2 Milwaukee, rain
W 9/16-1 Milwaukee W 3-2 48-83
W 9/16-2 Milwaukee L 2-3 48-84
Th 9/17 at Kansas City, rain
F 9/18-1 at Kansas City W 12-9 49-84
F 9/18-2 at Kansas City L 3-9 49-85
Sa 9/19-1 at Kansas City L 5-6 49-86 Millers lose in last of the 9th after tying game with 5 in top of the 9th.
Sa 9/19-2 at Kansas City L 0-1 (6, darkness) 49-87
Su 9/20-1 at Milwaukee W 4-0 50-87
Su 9/20-2 at Milwaukee L 4-7 50-88
M 9/21 at Milwaukee L 4-5 50-89-1
W L Manager
St. Paul 88 46 Mike Kelley
Louisville 86 54 Bill Clymer
Milwaukee 78 59 Joe Cantillon
Indianapolis 77 62 W. H. Watkins
Kansas City 69 66 Dale Gear
Columbus 55 84 Frank Leonard
Minneapolis 50 89 Walter Wilmot-George Yeager
Toledo 48 91 C. F. "Doc" Reisling
Statistics
Player Games Batting Average Home Runs Position
Tom McCreery 68 .338 2 1b
Louis Lippert 6 .333 0 cf
Elmer “Mike” Smith * 75 .323 2 rf
George Yeager 106 .309 6 c
Walter Wilmot 13 .298 1 lf
Dan Lally 134 .287 3 rf
Howell 3 .286 0 3b
Charles McIntyre 137 .270 4 2b
Andy Oyler 139 .264 0 ss
Denny Sullivan 68 .264 0 cf
George Spooner 114 .261 1 1b-of
Willie Maloney 40 .233 0 c
Dick Williams 37 .215 1 p-of
Bill Ludwig 43 .209 0 c
Jimmie Hart 6 .206 0 1b
Jesse Hoffmeister 9 .205 0 2b
Silas Vasbinder 46 .205 0 2b
Frank Martin 125 .177 8 2b
Pitcher Games W L
Archie Stimmel* 41 18 16
Dick Williams 27 11 9
Charles McDonald* 26 9 17
Forrest “Frosty” Thomas 38 8 20
Silas Vasbinder 34 7 15
Big Jack Katoll 17 3 3
Lefty Davis* 2 5
Convers Converse 1 4
Lefty Sporer 7 1 5
Jimmy St. Vrain 0 6
Other players: John “Jack” Bolin (or Bollin), 3b; Rothfuss, rf; Salisbury, p.
*Smith’s statistics include games played with Columbus and Kansas City in 1903, Stimmel’s include games with Milwaukee, McDonald’s include games with Kansas City, and Davis’s include games with Milwaukee and St. Paul.