1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Casey Cox

Senators Get Ted's Message…They're Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators
July 7, 1969

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Senators Get Ted’s Message…They’re Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Harrelson Sold to Kaycee

Filed under Oakland Athletics, Washington Senators
June 9, 1967

Ken Harrelson was granted his wish today. The Senators sold him to Kansas City. At the same time, in an attempt to bolster their tired relief corps, the Nats recalled Casey Cox from Hawaii where they sent him May 10. No figure was given in the sale of first baseman Harrelson, but it is believed

Senators Ship Three to Hawaii

Filed under Washington Senators
May 11, 1967

Three Washington players – pitcher Casey Cox, first baseman Bob Chance and catcher Jim French – were optioned to beautiful Hawaii. That is some consolation, but not much. The departure of French cause not too much surprise because he had been used less than any other man on the club. The 25-year-old catcher played in


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