1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Bobby Knoop

Nervy Knoop Played With Facial Fracture

Filed under Chicago White Sox, Uncategorized
August 6, 1969

Even from his hospital bed, and with only one good eye, the world still looks might good to Bobby Knoop, the White Sox second baseman. “It could have been worse,” explained Knoop. “Actually, I feel I’m a lucky guy.” Knoop walked around for more than a week and also played in two games without realizing

Knoop Tightens ‘Best Infield’

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 15, 1969

The best infield in the American League? The White Sox believe it now belongs to them following the trade with the Angels in which they landed second baseman Bobby Knoop for pitcher Bob Priddy and second baseman Sandy Alomar. “I don’t believe there’s any infield in the league that can match us defensively, especially when

Knoop Tightens 'Best Infield'

Filed under Chicago White Sox

The best infield in the American League? The White Sox believe it now belongs to them following the trade with the Angels in which they landed second baseman Bobby Knoop for pitcher Bob Priddy and second baseman Sandy Alomar. “I don’t believe there’s any infield in the league that can match us defensively, especially when

Halos' Clark One Strike From No-Hitter

Filed under California Angels
May 30, 1968

Rickey Clark was picked up by the California Angels in the winter waiver draft back in 1966. Clark was signed off the Tigers roster for $25,000, and to date, has provided the Angels with a marginal return on the investment. Clark has been an average major league pitcher. That is until he faces his former

Twins Hold First On Boswell Shutout; Mantle Injured

Filed under Minnesota Twins
April 21, 1968

The Minnesota Twins maintained their half game lead over the surging Oakland Athletics on Dave Boswell’s five-hit shutout over the New York Yankees, 6-0. The game was more disheartening for the Yankees, who have lost Joe Pepitone and Horace Clarke to injury, as slugger Mickey Mantle left the game in the sixth inning with a

Krausse blanks O's in festive Oakland debut

Filed under Oakland Athletics
April 17, 1968

In their debut at Oakland, the Athletics defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 1-0. Before the game, owner Charles O. Finley provided the pre-game festivities, but when the game started, it was Lew Krausse who electrified the 50,000 spectators with a three-hit shutout. Finley suspended Krausse last season for alleged conduct on a team flight. Reggie Jackson

1967 Awards Announced

Filed under News
October 20, 1967

Most Valuable Player: American League: Triple Crown winner Carl Yastrzemski, Boston. .325, 46 HR, 123 RBI, 11 SB National League: Close race between batting champion Roberto Clemente and RBI king Ron Santo. Rumor has it that a newsletter circulated out Kansas City by an 18-year-old teenager suggested that the writers combine the on-base percentage and

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

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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