1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Buddy Bradford

Bustling Opener at Sick's Stadium

Filed under Seattle Pilots
April 11, 1969

The Seattle Pilots won the inaugural game in Anaheim, but failed to do the same in their home opener as they fell to the Chicago White Sox, 13-10, in a back-and-forth game to the ultimate dismay of the 14,993 in attendance. A pair of doubles by Buddy Bradford lifted the Chisox from early deficits, and

Bustling Opener at Sick’s Stadium

Filed under Seattle Pilots

The Seattle Pilots won the inaugural game in Anaheim, but failed to do the same in their home opener as they fell to the Chicago White Sox, 13-10, in a back-and-forth game to the ultimate dismay of the 14,993 in attendance. A pair of doubles by Buddy Bradford lifted the Chisox from early deficits, and

Sock It to 'Em, Tigers: a First Half Review

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, California Angels, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Washington Senators
July 10, 1968

The Detroit Tigers closed out the first half of the 1968 American League schedule strong, winning nine of their last ten games and stretching their lead to six and a half games over the second-place Cleveland Indians. Denny McLain (15-4) is grabbing the headlines in the junior circuit with his collection of victories, but the

Peters' Slam Propels Sox in Rout, 14-2

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 31, 1968

White Sox starting pitcher Gary Peters, who manager Eddie Stanky batted sixth in Peters’ last start at Yankee Stadium, dropped back into the familiar ninth position in the lineup and belted a grand slam off Twins starter Jim Merritt to highlight a six run Chisox outburst in the fifth inning. The grand slam was one

Gibson Wins Ninth on Late Pinch Hit

Filed under St. Louis Cardinals
May 28, 1968

Bob Gibson won his ninth game of the season with a 3-2 Cardinal victory over the San Francisco Giants. Pinch hitter Johnny Edwards, batting for Gibson, hit a two-run single in the seventh to lift the Redbirds. Joe Hoerner closed the game out for St. Louis, and the Cardinals win their thirtieth game of the

White Sox Home Game in Milwaukee

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 15, 1968

The Chicago White Sox hosted the California Angels at Milwaukee County Stadium before a crowd of 23,510, more than double any turnout the White Sox have had in Chicago this season. The home team nipped the Angels, 1-0, as pinch-hitter Buddy Bradford singled home pinch-runner Sandy Alomar in the eighth inning for the game’s only

John, McCraw Out For Reserve Duty

Filed under Chicago White Sox
July 15, 1967

Pitcher Tommy John and first baseman Tommy McCraw departed after the July 15 double-header with the Angels for two weeks of drill with the Indiana Air National Guard. John, however, was expected to return and pitch over the weekend. Outfielder Buddy Bradford was optioned to Indianapolis (Coast) on July 14 when Walter (No-Neck) Williams came

Bradford Recalled for Injured Josephson

Filed under Chicago White Sox
July 6, 1967

The White Sox took a step to remedy their heavy lean to the left in the pinch-hitting department by recalling Charles “Buddy” Bradford, a .250 hitter from Indianapolis. Buddy has driven in 52 runs and stolen 16 bases. Bradford will take the roster spot of Duane Josephson who has been out since being struck on

Sox Add Speed With the Creeper

Filed under Chicago White Sox
September 18, 1966

The White Sox are the runningest team in the American League this year, largely because of twin jackrabbits Don Buford and Tommie Agee. And now they’ve added Ed Stroud, nicknamed “The Creeper”. But that isn’t going to slow them down. It will make them even more the Go-Go Sox because the Creeper doesn’t creep. He


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