July 19, 1919
"Beaumont Trims New Orleans In First Game of the Series by the Score of 5 to 0. - By William Ross. - Beaumont Texas, August 2, 1919. - The Beaumont Black Oilders defeated the New Orleans Red Sox here July 19th by the score of 5 to 0. Ross, who pitched Monday's game in Houston against the Buffs and was defeated by a score of 1 to 0. Starte for the locals and pitched one round after which he gave way for Lofton owing to a sore pitching arm which he received in Houston. Lofton who relieved Ross was in fine form. It was his first time out, he has been playing left field for the locals and had plenty of speed. He held the hard hitting Red Sox to 6 well scattered hits and once with bases drunk and none out, he struck out two batters and the third was retired on an easy roller. The features of the game were the hitting of A. Williams, who in four three clean drives, one double and two singles and Brockett, the locals left fielder also did some nifty fielding. Robertson was on the hill for the visitors and he gave good account of himself for a while he had a drop ball that the locals had trouble trying to land it safe and looked like another one of those long pitcher's battles. Dudlum, the Red Sox catcher is a wonderful hitter and gave good account of himself by slamming two clean hits two long flies to center. Ben Guinea once famous catcher is playing with the Red Sox."
July 20, 1919
"The Beaumont Black Oilers and New Orleans Red Sox were rained out here Sunday."
July 21, 1919
"Black Oilers Again Defeated Red Sox. - Beaumont, Texas, July 21, 1919. The Beaumont Black Oilers and New Orleans Red Sox were rained out here Sunday, but the two clubs were seen in action again today and for the second time. The Red Sox were defeated by the Oilers in as many attempts this time they were defeated by the Oilers in as many attempts this time they were defeated by a heavy score of 10 to 3. Hunter was on the mound for the locals and had the visitors eating out of his hand. He held the Red Sox to eight hits, five of which came in the first two innings, the visitors drew first blood in the first round. Ivory, the first man to face hunter, after two strikes hit to center for two bases and Forest also singled and scored Ivory. Forest was out stealing Jones, also was out, but Dudlum, the Red Sox hard hitting catcher came through with one of his timely hits, a home run to left and Roth went out pitched to the and after then Hunter settled down and stopped the scoring. The Oilers played Austin Black Senators in Austin Sunday."