1970 Baseball Replay

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American League

Teams 2345678910 R H
Chicago Chicago (A) 10-20 011000000 2 5
Baltimore Baltimore 24-6 000000001 3 10
Attendance: 7,466 (15.1%) Boxscore
Tommy John
62
WPete Richert
LJerry Crider
For the second consecutive day, Brooks Robinson drives in the winning run for Baltimore. Robinson's double in the tenth scored Dave May to push the O's winning streak to six games.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Minnesota Minnesota 17-11 320057030 20 21
Cleveland Cleveland 9-17 201100020 6 10
Attendance: 5,485 (7.4%) §Boxscore
Rod Carew
80
WLuis Tiant
LDean Chance
In a match-up of starters facing their former clubs, Minnesota's Luis Tiant enjoyed his homecoming against Cleveland's Dean Chance. Tiant evened his record at 2-2 with the blowout win, but also collected three hits, including a home run, and drove in five of the 20 Twin runs.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Kansas City Kansas City 10-18 010010020 4 7
Detroit Detroit 18-11 00013010- 5 13
Attendance: 11,274 (21.5%) §Boxscore
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
New York New York (A) 14-18 020000020 4 6
California California 19-11 000010000 1 2
Attendance: 36,353 (84.1%) §Boxscore
Mike Kekich
86
WMike Kekich
LAndy Messersmith
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Washington Washington 16-14 000000000 0 7
Milwaukee Milwaukee 7-24 01000000- 1 6
Attendance: 8,935 (20.6%) §Boxscore
John Morris
80
WJohn Morris
LDick Bosman
In his first career start, Brewers' John Morris extended his scoreless inning streak to start the season to 26 innings with a 1-0 shutout against the Senators.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Boston Boston 18-11 001000000 1 4
Oakland Oakland 15-16 00001001- 2 5
Attendance: 33,203 (66.4%) Boxscore
Catfish Hunter
78
WCatfish Hunter
LSonny Siebert
The A's win their seventh in a row on a pair of solo home runs in support of Catfish Hunter. Bert Campenaris' 5th HR of the season in the eighth was the deciding run.
 
 

National League

Game of the Day
Teams 2345678910 R H
Cincinnati Cincinnati 24-9 001000403 8 14
Chicago Chicago (N) 16-12 000400014 9 12
Attendance: 33,168 (90.2%) §Boxscore
Johnny Bench
80
WLarry Gura
LDon Gullett
Johnny Bench's second home run of the game, a three-run blast in the tenth, seemingly had put the Cubs to bed, but Chicago rallied for four runs in the bottom of the frame for the victory.

The Northsiders loaded the bases. Billy Williams plated the first run on Cleo James' sacrifice fly, and Jim Hickman responded with his own three-run clout for the win.
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Diego San Diego 20-14 100020030 6 8
Montreal Montreal 10-19 001200013 7 15
Attendance: 21,031 (74.4%) Boxscore
Steve Huntz
74
WDan McGinn
LGary Ross
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
San Francisco San Francisco 19-14 000000000 0 6
New York New York (N) 16-15 00204000- 6 10
Attendance: 41,655 (74.9%) Boxscore
Jerry Koosman
76
WJerry Koosman
LRich Robertson
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Los Angeles Los Angeles 15-15 002020000 4 6
Philadelphia Philadelphia 13-18 001110011 5 11
Attendance: 12,780 (38.7%) Boxscore
Manny Mota
60
WLowell Palmer
LCamilo Pascual
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
St. Louis St. Louis 10-17 010100100 3 9
Atlanta Atlanta 15-16 20002000- 4 6
Attendance: 28,381 (55.2%) Boxscore
Rico Carty
70
WJim Nash
LGeorge Culver
SBob Priddy
 
 
Teams 123456789 R H
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 17-14 000000132 6 11
Houston Houston 10-22 10122001- 7 14
Attendance: 15,137 (45.9%) §Boxscore
 
 
AL East
Club W L GB
BAL 21 6 -
BOS 16 10
DET 16 10
WSA 14 13 7
NYY 13 17
CLE 8 17 12
AL West
Club W L GB
CAL 18 9 -
MIN 17 9 ½
OAK 14 15 5
CHW 10 16
KCR 9 18 9
MIL 6 22 12½
NL East
Club W L GB
CHC 15 10 -
PIT 16 12 ½
NYM 14 14
STL 10 14
PHI 11 17
MTL 8 18
NL West
Club W L GB
CIN 21 9 -
SDP 20 11
SFG 17 13 4
ATL 13 15 7
LAD 13 15 7
HOU 10 20 11