April 30, 1947

Warren Spahn threw a complete game, withstanding Cincinnati Reds threats in the eighth and ninth innings of a 4-0 Boston win at Braves Field.

A crowd of 3,344 withstood a frigid spring night on the banks of the Charles River to see Braves third baseman Bob Elliott go 3 for 4, driving in a pair of runs.

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