1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Teams 123456789 R H
Chicago Chicago (A) 9-13 001000000 1 8
Cleveland Cleveland 7-14 20021003- 8 8
Attendance: 3,871 (5.2%) Boxscore
Vada Pinson
65
WBarry Moore
LGerry Arrigo
 
 
Game of the Day
Teams 123456789 R H
California California 16-6 000000040 4 6
Washington Washington 13-10 00000203- 5 6
Attendance: 6,364 (14.6%) §Boxscore
Mike Epstein
76
WDick Bosman
LKen Tatum
SDarold Knowles
Solo home runs from Del Unser, Frank Howard, and Mike Epstein in the eighth rally Washington past the visiting Halos.

California took a 4-2 lead in the top of the frame on four doubles scoring four runs.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Baltimore Baltimore 16-6 101000004 6 12
Kansas City Kansas City 9-13 00220400- 8 13
Attendance: 9,011 (25.3%) §Boxscore
Paul Blair
67
WDick Drago
LMike Cuellar
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Detroit Detroit 13-8 100000000 1 6
Minnesota Minnesota 13-8 40000000- 4 10
Attendance: 5,368 (13.4%) Boxscore
Jim Perry
78
WJim Perry
LJoe Niekro
Jim Perry gave up an early run on a pair of first inning doubles, but then scattered four hits in a complete game victory over the Tigers, 4-1. The win was Perry's fourth of the year with no defeats.

Harmon Killebrew hit his league leading 6th home run of the season.
 
 

National League

Teams 123456789 R H
Houston Houston 7-18 000001040 5 13
Chicago Chicago (N) 12-8 010020100 4 9
Attendance: 10,840 (29.5%) Boxscore
Bob Watson
69
WDon Wilson
LKen Holtzman
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Atlanta Atlanta 10-13 082000100 11 13
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 13-9 000200010 3 8
Attendance: 5,413 (15.5%) §Boxscore
Jim Nash
66
WJim Nash
LBob Moose
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cincinnati Cincinnati 20-5 200001031 7 12
St. Louis St. Louis 8-12 000001020 3 10
Attendance: 40,273 (132%) Boxscore
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
New York New York (N) 11-12 011000012 5 9
Los Angeles Los Angeles 11-12 000210000 3 5
Attendance: 22,551 (40.3%) Boxscore
Jerry Koosman
62
WJerry Koosman
LJim Brewer
Joe Foy hit an inside-the-park home run in the 8th to tie the game, and the Mets took the lead on Tommie Agee's HR to lead off the ninth.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Philadelphia Philadelphia 8-15 010020010 4 11
San Diego San Diego 17-8 00112050- 9 10
Attendance: 7,398 (14.8%) §Boxscore
Dave Campbell
92
WPat Dobson
LGrant Jackson
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Montreal Montreal 6-15 000141300 9 12
San Francisco San Francisco 15-11 01103430- 12 10
Attendance: 4,600 (10.8%) §Boxscore
Willie Mays
86
WFrank Linzy
LHowie Reed
SDon McMahon
Willie Mays hit his first two home runs of the season and career home runs 608 and 609 in the Giants' wild win over Montreal. Willie McCovey's three run homer, his 7th of the year, gave San Francisco the lead for good in the bottom of the seventh.
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 10 4 -
DET 8 5
BOS 7 5 2
WSA 6 7
CLE 5 7 4
NYY 4 12 7
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 12 3 -
MIN 8 4
OAK 6 8
CHW 6 8
KCR 5 9
MIL 4 9 7
NL East
Club W L GB
CHC 8 4 -
PIT 8 6 1
NYM 8 6 1
MTL 4 7
PHI 5 9 4
STL 3 9 5
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 15 3 -
SDP 11 5 3
ATL 7 9 7
SFG 7 9 7
LAD 5 9 8
HOU 6 11