Here are the statistics for the Indianapolis ABCs’ visit to Cuba in October and November, 1915:
Using La Lucha, I found games and scores that match up with what Figueredo has listed in Cuban Baseball, with two exceptions.
I found a game not listed by Figueredo, the second half of a doubleheader played on November 28. Habana, with José Acosta pitching, beat the ABCs behind the teenaged Oscar Charleston (his only game on the mound in this series), 10 to 4. (As it happens, Figueredo says the ABCs won 8 of 20 games, but only lists 19 scores.)
Figueredo, on the other hand, lists an 8 to 1 victory by Almendares over the ABCs (Luque pitching against Dicta Johnson) that would have occurred (if he’s listing the games in correct order) on November 1, 2, or 3—but I haven’t been able to find that game, either in La Lucha or the Havana Daily Post. If and when I do, I’ll post an update.
Of the 19 games represented in these statistics, La Lucha printed play-by-play accounts for 18, meaning that we have some rare data on batters’ strikeouts and caught stealing, as well as RBI.
UPDATE 12/2/2006: “J. Padrón” of Almendares is really Juan Padrón; I will correct the file soon.