1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Teams 123456789 R H
Kansas City Kansas City 9-17 010000000 1 4
Baltimore Baltimore 20-6 00201010- 4 10
Attendance: 4,614 (9.3%) §Boxscore
Boog Powell
80
WTom Phoebus
LDick Drago
 
 
Game of the Day
Teams 123456789 R H
Minnesota Minnesota 16-9 020012101 7 13
Detroit Detroit 15-10 300101000 5 5
Attendance: 15,747 (30%) Boxscore
Frank Quilici
64
WTom Hall
LMickey Lolich
SStan Williams
Detroit took an early lead and appeared to answer every Twins' rally until Brant Alyea singled home Leo Cardenas with two outs in the seventh.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Washington Washington 14-12 000000010 1 4
California California 18-8 31004002- 10 15
Attendance: 8,079 (18.7%) Boxscore
Jarvis Tatum
75
WAndy Messersmith
LGeorge Brunet
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Cleveland Cleveland 8-16 000011111 5 12
Chicago Chicago (A) 10-15 12043100- 11 14
Attendance: 2,993 (5.8%) Boxscore
Carlos May
76
WTommy John
LDean Chance
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Boston Boston 16-9 200101055 14 13
Milwaukee Milwaukee 5-22 000000000 0 2
Attendance: 6,780 (15.6%) §Boxscore
Sonny Siebert
89
WSonny Siebert
LGene Brabender
Boston sent the Brewers down in flames to their 13th straight defeat with a 14-0 rout. Carl Yastrzemski homered twice and Luis Alvarado drove in four with a paif of doubles.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
New York New York (A) 12-17 000000100 1 4
Oakland Oakland 13-15 00000012- 3 9
Attendance: 4,737 (9.5%) Boxscore
Catfish Hunter
78
WCatfish Hunter
LStan Bahnsen
Jim "Catfish" Hunter evened his record to 3-3 with a four-hit complete game. Felipe Alou's two-run double broke a 1-1 deadlock in the eighth.
 
 

National League

Teams 123456789 R H
San Francisco San Francisco 17-12 000000000 0 2
Montreal Montreal 7-18 10110000- 3 8
Attendance: 9,513 (33.7%) §Boxscore
Bill Stoneman
89
WBill Stoneman
LRich Robertson
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Los Angeles Los Angeles 13-14 000000001 1 3
New York New York (N) 13-14 30000000- 3 4
Attendance: 24,321 (43.7%) §Boxscore
Nolan Ryan
85
WNolan Ryan
LSandy Vance
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Diego San Diego 20-10 101020000 4 9
Philadelphia Philadelphia 10-17 000100010 2 9
Attendance: 4,382 (13.3%) §Boxscore
Dave Campbell
102
WAl Santorini
LGrant Jackson
STom Dukes
Dave Campbell hit for the cycle as the improbable Padres won their fourth straight and gained a game on Cincinnati.

Campbell's 2-run HR in the 5th was the deciding factor in the game. He completed the cycle in the ninth with a two-out single, and then was picked off first base by Phils' reliever Barry Lersch.

Campbell was acquired in the off-season from Detroit in a trade that also sent Pat Dobson to San Diego in exchange for Joe Niekro. The trade thusfar is paying solid dividends for the Padres.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 16-11 000100000 1 6
Atlanta Atlanta 12-15 32000110- 7 12
Attendance: 9,199 (17.9%) Boxscore
George Stone
73
WGeorge Stone
LBob Moose
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
St. Louis St. Louis 10-13 010000060 7 7
Cincinnati Cincinnati 21-8 000200200 4 6
Attendance: 11,697 (39.5%) Boxscore
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Chicago Chicago (N) 14-10 000000000 0 5
Houston Houston 9-20 00010000- 1 5
Attendance: 15,758 (47.7%) §Boxscore
Larry Dierker
81
WLarry Dierker
LFergie Jenkins
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 17 6 -
BOS 15 7
DET 13 9
WSA 13 11
NYY 11 15
CLE 7 15
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 17 6 -
MIN 14 8
CHW 10 13 7
OAK 10 15 8
KCR 9 14 8
MIL 4 21 14
NL East
Club W L GB
PIT 14 10 -
CHC 13 9 -
NYM 12 12 2
STL 10 12 3
MTL 7 15 6
PHI 8 16 6
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 20 7 -
SDP 18 8
SFG 15 12 5
LAD 11 13
ATL 11 14 8
HOU 8 19 12