1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Game of the Day
Teams 2345678910 R H
Detroit Detroit 18-11 000000000 0 8
Baltimore Baltimore 24-6 000000001 1 3
Attendance: 13,253 (26.8%) §Boxscore
Joe Niekro
78
WEddie Watt
LTom Timmermann
Davey Johnson singled home Brooks Robinson who had doubled to break a 10 inning scoreless deadlock as Baltimore sweeps Detroit in an early divisional showdown.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cleveland Cleveland 9-17 000000002 2 8
New York New York (A) 14-18 000000010 1 7
Attendance: 0 (0%) Boxscore
Indians take the lidlifter of Sunday twinbill when Graig Nettles scores on a Mel Stottlemyre wild pitch in the top of the 9th. Stottlemyre had held the Tribe at bay on only four hits entering the ninth.

New York loaded the bases in the bottom of the frame, but John Ellis grounded out to third to end the game.
 
 
Teams 34567891011 R H
Cleveland Cleveland 9-17 020011002 6 12
New York New York (A) 14-18 211000001 5 12
Attendance: 27,308 (40.6%) Boxscore
Indians sweep the Yankees and take the series on Duke Sims' two run home run in the 11th.

As they did in the opener, the Yankees loaded the bases in the last frame, but Dennis Higgins closed the door by striking out John Ellis and inducing Danny Cater to ground out to second.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Boston Boston 18-11 010000030 4 10
Washington Washington 16-14 000100000 1 2
Attendance: 20,133 (46.3%) §Boxscore
Gary Peters
84
WGary Peters
LCasey Cox
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Milwaukee Milwaukee 7-24 000010021 4 8
Chicago Chicago (A) 10-20 20000111- 5 13
Attendance: 0 (0%) Boxscore
Bill Melton
69
WTommy John
LLew Krausse
SDanny Murphy
Brewers drop their sixth straight as Greg Goosen strikes out with the go-ahead run in scoring position to end the game.

Bill Melton and Bobby Knoop each hit their second home run of the season for the White Sox.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Milwaukee Milwaukee 7-24 000011001 3 9
Chicago Chicago (A) 10-20 20204003- 11 15
Attendance: 6,220 (12%) Boxscore
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
California California 19-11 113010000 6 13
Kansas City Kansas City 10-18 100200001 4 4
Attendance: 13,078 (36.8%) Boxscore
Lou Piniella
64
WTom Murphy
LDick Drago
SKen Tatum
 
 

National League

Teams 2345678910 R H
Chicago Chicago (N) 16-12 010100004 6 9
Montreal Montreal 10-19 000000200 2 5
Attendance: 22,102 (78.2%) Boxscore
Fergie Jenkins
78
WFergie Jenkins
LCarl Morton
SHank Aguirre
Jim Hickman's two run home run in the tenth lifted Chicago over the Expos at Parc Jarry.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 17-14 200000101 4 8
Philadelphia Philadelphia 13-18 000100000 1 5
Attendance: 22,395 (67.9%) Boxscore
Steve Blass
68
WSteve Blass
LJim Bunning
SJoe Gibbon
 
 
Teams 456789101112 R H
New York New York (N) 16-15 000000006 7 11
St. Louis St. Louis 10-17 010000000 1 6
Attendance: 17,313 (56.8%) §Boxscore
Tom Seaver
81
WTug McGraw
LSal Campisi
New York rolled past the Cardinals in the twelfth as Cleon Jones' two run triple highlighted a six run outburst as the Mets take the series in St. Louis.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Atlanta Atlanta 15-16 101100101 5 14
Houston Houston 10-22 00400201- 7 9
Attendance: 12,747 (38.6%) Boxscore
Jimmy Wynn
64
WLarry Dierker
LPhil Niekro
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Diego San Diego 20-14 210000011 5 11
Los Angeles Los Angeles 15-15 000010010 2 8
Attendance: 15,939 (28.5%) Boxscore
The expansion Padres continue to surprise their northern neighbors with a sweep at Dodger Stadium.

Ollie Brown led the offense with three hits. Pat Dobson, acquired from Detroit in the off-season, moved to 2-0 with 7 strikeouts in 7.1 innings of work.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cincinnati Cincinnati 24-9 000000080 8 9
San Francisco San Francisco 19-14 005000000 5 11
Attendance: 0 (0%) Boxscore
The Big Red Machine stuns the Giants with an eight run eighth to win the twinbill opener.

Bobby Tolan's grand slam capped the scoring for Cincinnati in the eighth.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cincinnati Cincinnati 24-9 100022301 9 13
San Francisco San Francisco 19-14 020300000 5 7
Attendance: 31,731 (74.7%) Boxscore
Tony Perez
65
WTony Cloninger
LJim Johnson
The Reds rallied to sweep the Giants at Candlestick Park. Cincinnati trailed 5-0 going into the fifth and scored nine unanswered runs to move to 7-1 on the season.
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 5 1 -
BOS 4 1 ½
CLE 3 3 2
NYY 2 3
DET 2 4 3
WSA 1 5 4
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 5 0 -
CHW 5 1 ½
MIN 2 1 2
OAK 1 3
KCR 2 4
MIL 0 6
NL East
Club W L GB
CHC 3 1 -
PIT 3 2 ½
NYM 3 2 ½
PHI 2 3
MTL 2 3
STL 1 4
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 7 1 -
SDP 5 1 1
SFG 3 4
HOU 2 4 4
ATL 2 4 4
LAD 1 5 5