1970 Baseball Replay

A replay of the 1970 baseball season using Diamond Mind Baseball.

Tag: Jack Cullen

Yankees Infield: Help Wanted

Filed under New York Yankees
April 7, 1967

The Yankees are leaving no stone unturned to make a deal for infield help. They picked up a good-glove, no-hit John Kennedy from the Dodgers. But the infield has too many hopeful, but untried, elements in the makeup. And the infield must be first-rate if the New Yorkers are to make a strong comeback to

Bomber Bits – September 6, 1965

Filed under New York Yankees
September 6, 1965

# After spending the better part of seven rather undistinguished years bounding from here to there in the Yankee farm system, Jack Cullen is attempting to make his current jump to the major leagues a permanent one. When he reported to spring training with the Toledo club, the righthander had just about made up his

Bomber Bits – July 31, 1965

Filed under New York Yankees
July 31, 1965

* Jack Cullen earned his major-league call up from Toledo (International) by becoming the league’s first 13-game winner with a two-hitter vs. Buffalo. Four nights earlier, Cullen spoiled Dick LeMay’s bid for victory No. 13 by besting the Jacksonville lefty, 2-1. For eight innings the pair engaged in a scoreless duel, until the Mud Hens


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