1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Joe Foy

Butler No-Hits Yanks in Ten

Filed under Kansas City Royals, Uncategorized
August 31, 1969

Bill Butler pitched the first no-hitter in Kansas City Royals franchise history in a 2-0 victory over the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. It took ten innings for the Royals to claim the victory as New York starter Fritz Peterson kept the visitors off the scoreboard. In the tenth, Joe Foy led off with

Cash Plays Money Man as Tigers Roll Bosox, 17-2

Filed under Detroit Tigers
June 6, 1968

The Detroit Tigers placed an exclamation mark on their four-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park with a 17-2 dismantling of the home team. After Boston took the first two games of the season at Detroit, the Tigers have picked up where they left off last season. Detroit finished three games ahead

Sox Rally Past Yanks; Mantle Gets 522d Homer

Filed under New York Yankees
May 18, 1968

Amongst the most fitting of backdrops, Boston’s Fenway Park, Mickey Mantle passed Red Sox legend Ted Williams on the career home run chart with his 522d home run, however the record clout did not provide enough for the Bombers as Carl Yastrzemski’s two-run double in the ninth won the game for Boston, 5-4. The bull

Yaz breaks up rookie Bahnsen's no-hitter in the ninth; Yanks win 3-0

Filed under New York Yankees
May 10, 1968

In his eighth career starter, New York’s Stan Bahnsen no-hit the Boston Red Sox through twenty-five outs. Bahnsen battled Boston starter Gary Waslewski for six plus innings until Gene Michael plated Tom Tresh with a single through the hole at short. Bahnsen received two insurance runs in the eighth with a two-run single by catcher

Once in a Blue Moon: A's Take First

Filed under Oakland Athletics
May 7, 1968

Though a hint of spring remains in the air, by this date, the Athletics are usually nestled in the American League cellar. For only the second time in twenty years, the Athletics are in first place in the American League. Last night, John ‘Blue Moon’ Odom tossed his second consecutive shutout to lift the Oakland

Williams Lauds Pair of Bosox Trades

Filed under Boston Red Sox
July 22, 1967

When Manager Dick Williams was asked to pinpoint the most important events of the seasons for his team, he named a pair of trades. One was the deal with Cleveland which brought Gary Bell to Boston, the other was the trade for Jerry Adair in early June. “Each trade was equally important to us,” Williams

Five Run Rally Puts Bosox In First

Filed under Boston Red Sox
June 28, 1967

With news of White Sox third baseman Dick Kenworth’s tenth inning home run sending Baltimore to a 1-0 defeat coming across the wires, the Boston Red Sox rallied for a miraculous 6-4 victory over Minnesota with a five-run ninth inning. Jerry Adair’s two run bloop single to left capped the scoring which left the 11,940

Angels Sock Six Clouts inTwinbill Split

Filed under California Angels
May 30, 1967

The California Angels hit three home runs in each game of today’s double-header, but the clouts were only good enough for a split. Boston took the lidlifter as the Red Sox chased Jack Sanford (6-1) early and held on to a 8-6 victory. Jimmie Hall, Jim Fregosi and Bob Rodgers homered for the Halos. Boston


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