1970 Baseball Replay

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

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A Silent Bat Keeps Scott on the Bench

Filed under Boston Red Sox
June 17, 1968

As the star of Ken Harrelson continues to rise in Boston, the star of George Scott continued to decline. Instead of being the center of things, Scott was on one end of the Red Sox bench fretting while others played. Last year, Scott hit .313 while the Red Sox rose to contention in the American

Odom's streak ends but A's prevail, 9-2.

Filed under Oakland Athletics
May 27, 1968

The Boston Red Sox snapped Blue Moon Odom’s scoreless inning streak with a single tally in the first inning, but Odom’s A’s matched the run and continued scoring in a 9-2 home rout. Carl Yastrzemski singled in Jose Tartbull who opened the game with a double to break Odom’s 29 1/3 scoreless inning streak, which

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

Callison Hands Gibson First Loss

Filed under St. Louis Cardinals
May 17, 1968

And on his eighth game, Bob Gibson lost. In the first inning at Connie Mack Stadium before a crowd of 17,034, Johnny Callison hit a two-out home run into the left center field bleachers against Cardinal starter Bob Gibson (7-1). Remarkably, the wrong way clout would be the only Phillie hit for the night. Woodie

Gary Bell Twirls No-Hitter; Conigliaro Injured

Filed under Boston Red Sox
August 18, 1967

Gary Bell (6-8) pitched a no-hitter against the California Angels, 4-0, snapping a three-game Red Sox losing streak, but all of those accomplishments are overshadowed by the loss of slugger Tony Conigliaro who was struck by the second pitch of the fourth inning. The pitch from Angel starter Jack Hamilton (4-9) hit him just below

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

1967 Boston Red Sox Preview

Filed under Boston Red Sox
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: At 37 years of- age, Dick Williams is optimistic, enthusiastic and completely nonplussed about his new job of managing the Boston Red Sox, It also might be added that Williams is extremely capable. These are big plusses for the new head man in Fenway Park. And he will need them, and maybe

Campy Circles The Diamond in Loss

Filed under Oakland Athletics
September 8, 1965

With the club in last place and attendance dwindling, Kansas City owner Charlie O. Finley thought of another promotion to top “Farmer’s Night”, “Automotive Industry Night,” and “Sportsman Night,” Finley now devised “Campy Campaneris Night.” The promotion was intended to honor the most popular Kansas City player – the versatile Bert Campaneris. The promotion worked


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