1970 Baseball Replay

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

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Seattle Pilots to First Expansion Win

Filed under Seattle Pilots
April 8, 1969

As the scribes are taking notes on all the firsts for the four new major league additions, the Seattle Pilots grabbed the most important firsts of all, a victory. Seattle jumped on Jim McGlothlin and the California Angels with a three-run first inning en route to a 4-1 Opening Day win at Anaheim Stadium. Lead

1967 New York Yankees Preview

Filed under New York Yankees
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: The complete collapse of the organization which once had laid waste to the American League in winning 29 pennants in 63 years brought to fruition the old chant “Beat up the Yankees.” The Yankees have been broken up, and the emphasis is on youth. The 1967 edition of pin-striped gentry will go

Houk Promises "Biggest Shakeup" With Yankees

Filed under New York Yankees
September 11, 1966

Let’s say a third or more of the club will be traded. I’m looking forward to the job. There won’t be enough hours in the day to do what I want to do to get us back up there on top where we belong. – Yankee Manager Ralph Houk The Yankees dropped a series at

Houk Contemplates Moves For Next Year

Filed under New York Yankees
August 15, 1966

Ralph Houk, a manager who leans heavily toward positive thinking and optimism, now readily admits the 1967 season just “might be” taking up a lot of his thinking time these days. This, of course, comes in the midst of a five game losing streak that has the non-bombing Bombers slogging around the depths of the


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