1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Teams 123456789 R H
Milwaukee Milwaukee 4-20 000000000 0 5
Boston Boston 14-7 02001202- 7 13
Attendance: 19,811 (59.4%) Boxscore
Ray Culp
85
WRay Culp
LGene Brabender
Ray Culp blanked the Brewers with a five-hitter and striking out 8.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Chicago Chicago (A) 9-13 000000000 0 4
Cleveland Cleveland 7-14 000000001 1 6
Attendance: 12,009 (16.1%) §Boxscore
Dean Chance
73
WBob Miller
LJoe Horlen
Jack Heidemann's RBI single with the bases loaded and two outs ended a scoreless duel at Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Oakland Oakland 9-15 001110001 4 7
New York New York (A) 11-14 20100011- 5 7
Attendance: 27,009 (40.1%) Boxscore
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
California California 16-6 102210000 6 13
Washington Washington 13-10 021000022 7 11
Attendance: 11,346 (26.1%) Boxscore
Alex Johnson
61
WJan Dukes
LPaul Doyle
Frank Howard's two-run double in the ninth capped the Nats' rally and a 7-6 series victory over the AL West leading Angels.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Baltimore Baltimore 16-6 001001111 5 7
Kansas City Kansas City 9-13 000000400 4 7
Attendance: 17,695 (49.8%) Boxscore
Boog Powell
61
WEddie Watt
LBob Johnson
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Detroit Detroit 13-8 030011000 5 6
Minnesota Minnesota 13-8 00033001- 7 12
Attendance: 26,847 (67.1%) Boxscore
 
 

National League

Teams 123456789 R H
Houston Houston 7-18 001110100 4 12
Chicago Chicago (N) 12-8 10102080- 12 16
Attendance: 31,529 (85.8%) §Boxscore
Fergie Jenkins
81
WFergie Jenkins
LLarry Dierker
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Atlanta Atlanta 10-13 001000110 3 7
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 13-9 000001012 4 9
Attendance: 15,307 (43.7%) §Boxscore
Tommie Aaron
73
WDave Giusti
LPhil Niekro
Bill Mazeroski delivered a RBI single off Hoyt Wilhelm scoring Manny Sanguillen with the winning run in the ninth as Pittsburgh rallied past Atlanta, 4-3.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cincinnati Cincinnati 20-5 001004000 5 11
St. Louis St. Louis 8-12 200110000 4 5
Attendance: 18,418 (60.4%) Boxscore
 
Teams 123456789 R H
New York New York (N) 11-12 000000121 4 10
Los Angeles Los Angeles 11-12 101000010 3 8
Attendance: 26,708 (47.7%) Boxscore
Sandy Vance
65
WTom Seaver
LJoe Moeller
SRon Taylor
 
 
Game of the Day
Teams 123456789 R H
Philadelphia Philadelphia 8-15 000000000 0 0
San Diego San Diego 17-8 00010010- 2 9
Attendance: 14,480 (29%) §Boxscore
Clay Kirby
89
WClay Kirby
LChris Short
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Montreal Montreal 6-15 001000000 1 10
San Francisco San Francisco 15-11 50109100- 16 14
Attendance: 0 (0%) §Boxscore
Dick Dietz
88
WMike McCormick
LBill Stoneman
Dick Dietz' first inning grand slam set the tone in the Giants' 16-1 romp over Montreal in the opening game of Sunday's twinbill. The Giants belted five home runs, two by Dietz and Mays, and another by Ron Hunt.

Mays' career total stands at 611 home runs.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Montreal Montreal 6-15 100001001 3 7
San Francisco San Francisco 15-11 30001000- 4 6
Attendance: 9,943 (23.4%) Boxscore
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 12 4 -
BOS 10 5
DET 9 6
WSA 7 8
CLE 6 8 5
NYY 6 12 7
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 13 4 -
MIN 9 5
CHW 7 9
OAK 6 10
KCR 5 11
MIL 4 12
NL East
Club W L GB
CHC 10 4 -
PIT 9 7 2
NYM 9 7 2
PHI 6 10 5
STL 4 10 6
MTL 4 10 6
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 16 4 -
SDP 12 6 3
SFG 10 9
ATL 8 10 7
LAD 6 10 8
HOU 6 13