1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Carlos May

Sox Rookie May Injured in Military Training

Filed under Chicago White Sox, Uncategorized
August 12, 1969

Carlos May, rookie outfielder of the Chicago White Sox, was seriously injured in a training accident at Camp Pendleton, California. May, who is undergoing two weeks active duty training, lost the first joint of the thumb of his right hand and bad both hands severely injured when a mortar accidentally discharged. It is unknown whether

Petrocelli Homers Twice for AL Glory

Filed under All Star Game
July 23, 1969
Rico Petrocelli

Washington, D.C. – Rico Petrocelli set an All Star Game record by homering in his first two All-Star at-bats of his career to lead the American League to a 7-3 victory over the National League before 45,259 in attendance, including President Richard M. Nixon, at the newly-christened RFK Stadium. Petrocelli’s home runs came in the

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

Pale Hose Believe May’s Bat Is For Real

Filed under Chicago White Sox
April 14, 1969

To White Sox fans, who have suffered the frustration of watching the battling futility of their heroes, the arrival of a hitter is like cool, refreshing rainfall in the desert. And that makes Carlos May, the rookie outfielder, the new darling of Chicago’s South Side. The 20-year-old southpaw swinger started off the first week of

Pale Hose Believe May's Bat Is For Real

Filed under Chicago White Sox

To White Sox fans, who have suffered the frustration of watching the battling futility of their heroes, the arrival of a hitter is like cool, refreshing rainfall in the desert. And that makes Carlos May, the rookie outfielder, the new darling of Chicago’s South Side. The 20-year-old southpaw swinger started off the first week of


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