1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Teams 123456789 R H
Washington Washington 16-14 100000000 1 6
Baltimore Baltimore 24-6 01200000- 3 6
Attendance: 4,674 (9.5%) Boxscore
Jim Palmer
70
WJim Palmer
LJoe Coleman
Jim Palmer outduels Joe Coleman, 3-1, before an announced crowd of 4,674 friends and family at Memorial Stadium.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
New York New York (A) 14-18 020003301 9 11
Boston Boston 18-11 200002000 4 8
Attendance: 8,217 (24.6%) Boxscore
Curt Blefary
68
WStan Bahnsen
LSonny Siebert
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cleveland Cleveland 9-17 110000100 3 10
Detroit Detroit 18-11 00114000- 6 11
Attendance: 6,280 (12%) Boxscore
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Minnesota Minnesota 17-11 000001000 1 8
California California 19-11 00001200- 3 6
Attendance: 5,558 (12.9%) Boxscore
Rudy May scatters eight hits as the Angels win their seventh of eight decisions, 3-1.

Alex Johnson's home run in the 6th provided the winning margin.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Kansas City Kansas City 10-18 220000000 4 11
Milwaukee Milwaukee 7-24 00002044- 10 11
Attendance: 7,110 (16.4%) §Boxscore
Tommy Harper
79
WJohn Gelnar
LKen Wright
SBob Locker
The Brewers win their second in a row and first at home, 10-4.

Tommy Harper drove in seven as his three-run homer in the 7th and two-run double in the 8th opened the game up for Milwaukee.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Chicago Chicago (A) 10-20 001000300 4 8
Oakland Oakland 15-16 100020002 5 9
Attendance: 2,794 (5.6%) Boxscore
Dave Duncan
66
WMudcat Grant
LWilbur Wood
Joe Rudi singled home Roberto Pena with one out in the ninth for the game-winning hit.
 
 

National League

Teams 123456789 R H
Philadelphia Philadelphia 13-18 010010000 2 6
Chicago Chicago (N) 16-12 00010500- 6 11
Attendance: 5,341 (14.5%) Boxscore
Cubs pepper the Phillies for five runs on six singles in the sixth to maintain their one game lead over the Mets and Bucs.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 17-14 000000000 0 3
New York New York (N) 16-15 00001000- 1 7
Attendance: 8,623 (15.5%) §Boxscore
Gary Gentry
85
WGary Gentry
LBob Veale
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Diego San Diego 20-14 000001012 4 6
Atlanta Atlanta 15-16 000003011 5 8
Attendance: 5,358 (10.4%) Boxscore
Orlando Cepeda
64
WPhil Niekro
LPat Dobson
 
 
Game of the Day
Teams 123456789 R H
Los Angeles Los Angeles 15-15 310000153 13 19
Cincinnati Cincinnati 24-9 000003090 12 13
Attendance: 6,114 (20.7%) §Boxscore
Pete Rose
76
WJose Pena
LWayne Granger
Wild affair at Crosley Field as the teams combine for 17 runs in the final two frames.

The Dodgers appeared to have blown the game open with Bill Sudakis' pinch-hit three-run HR in the top of the eighth for a 10-3 lead.

However, the Reds stormed back with a nine run rally capped by Pete Rose's three-run clout. But Wayne Granger could not hold the 12-10 lead as Billy Grabarkewitz singled home the go-ahead run with two outs in the top of the ninth.
The Reds announced after the game that starter Jim Maloney suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon. The right-hander limped noticeably after issuing a four pitch walk to Wes Parker. He was helped off the field, and taken to Christ Hospital.

The Reds stated he will be placed on the disabled list for 60 days.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Francisco San Francisco 19-14 000200001 3 7
Houston Houston 10-22 20012431- 13 15
Attendance: 10,814 (32.8%) Boxscore
Joe Pepitone
74
WJim Bouton
LMike McCormick
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 6 1 -
BOS 6 2 ½
DET 4 4
NYY 3 5
CLE 3 5
WSA 1 6 5
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 7 1 -
CHW 5 4
MIN 3 2
OAK 4 4 3
KCR 2 5
MIL 2 7
NL East
Club W L GB
CHC 5 2 -
PIT 4 3 1
NYM 4 3 1
MTL 3 4 2
PHI 3 5
STL 2 5 3
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 10 2 -
SDP 6 4 3
SFG 5 6
HOU 4 6 5
ATL 4 6 5
LAD 3 7 6