1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Jim Palmer

O's Stretch Series to Seven

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, World Series
October 18, 1969

The Baltimore Orioles regained their footing and forced the World Series to its’ limit with a 7-2 defeat of the New York Mets at Memorial Stadium. Jim Palmer pitched his second complete game victory of the Series, keeping the Orioles in the game despite early troubles. Palmer matched his Game 3 performance with seven strikeouts

O’s Stretch Series to Seven

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, World Series

The Baltimore Orioles regained their footing and forced the World Series to its’ limit with a 7-2 defeat of the New York Mets at Memorial Stadium. Jim Palmer pitched his second complete game victory of the Series, keeping the Orioles in the game despite early troubles. Palmer matched his Game 3 performance with seven strikeouts

Palmer Checks Mets, 5-1.

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, World Series
October 14, 1969
Jim Palmer

Twenty-three year old Jim Palmer scattered five hits as the Baltimore Orioles assured a return trip home with a 5-1 victory over the New York Mets in Game 3 of the World Series. Palmer quieted the anxious overflow crowd at Shea Stadium with his performance. Paul Blair gave Palmer all the runs he would need

Buford's Blast Sends Birds to Series

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, League Championship Series, Minnesota Twins, Uncategorized
October 6, 1969

Don Buford hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning to send the Baltimore Orioles to their second trip to the World Series in four years with a 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins. The Orioles swept the best-of-5 series against the Western Division champion Twins. Jim Palmer worked out of trouble and limited

Buford’s Blast Sends Birds to Series

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, League Championship Series, Minnesota Twins

Don Buford hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning to send the Baltimore Orioles to their second trip to the World Series in four years with a 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins. The Orioles swept the best-of-5 series against the Western Division champion Twins. Jim Palmer worked out of trouble and limited

Oriole Teammates Named AL Players of the Month

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
April 30, 1969

The Baltimore Orioles, picked by many in the spring to challenge the champion Detroit Tigers, stormed ahead in the new American League Eastern Division in the season’s first month. When the writers selected the Player and Pitcher of the Month for April, two reasons for the Oriole surge rose to the top of the list.

Palmer Returns to Baltimore

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
September 7, 1967

Jim Palmer is back from Florida. Plagued by shoulder trouble, Palmer was sent to Miami (Florida State) six weeks ago to work out the soreness. Although he was 1-1 with Miami, he apparently benefited from working under the hot sun. Palmer was recalled after September 1, when the clubs were allowed to expand their rosters

FRobby, Palmer Still Ailing

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
July 22, 1967

The reports on Frank Robinson and pitcher Jim Palmer (sore shoulder) are the same – neither seems to be improving. Robinson has suffered some double vision since colliding with Chisox infielder Al Weis nearly a month ago. Palmer is currently on the disabled list of the Orioles’ Rochester affiliate. With the absence of F.Robby’s Triple

Injury Concerns for Birds Staff This Spring

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
April 8, 1967

It appeared Oriole Manager Hank Bauer had cause for concern through about the first two weeks of the spring exhibition season. Half his expected starting rotation – Steve Barber and Jim Palmer – nursed sore arms. Wally Bunker was pitching with a sore elbow, the defense was shoddy and the troops weren’t hitting. Then, Tom


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