1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Chris Short

Chance blanks crippled Yankees, 2-0

Filed under New York Yankees
April 14, 1968

Dean Chance pitched a two-hit shutout as the Minnesota Twins remained undefeated with a 2-0 win in a game overshadowed by injuries to Yankees’ Joe Pepitone and Horace Clarke. The continuing impression of general impotence of the Yankees was supported by the shutout, but was completely brought to light with Pepitone’s mishap. Pepitone suffered a

Giants Fail to Gain on Birdos; Tigers Magic # Stands at 2

Filed under Atlanta Braves, Detroit Tigers, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals
September 29, 1967

The San Francisco Giants miss an opportunity to gain ground on the Cardinals as Philadelphia’s Chris Short (7-10) scatters seven hits over nine innings to defeat the Giants, 5-1. Catcher Clay Dalrymple homered for the Phillies. In Atlanta, Hank Aaron hit home run number 31 for the season as the Braves defeated Bob Gibson (8-11)

Phillies Go Extras to Retake NL Lead

Filed under Philadelphia Phillies
July 31, 1967

The Philadelphia Phillies took a half game lead in the National League pennant race by emerging from nineteen-inning marathon with a 6-5 victory before 18,442 at Dodger Stadium. It appeared the game would have no end as both clubs emptied their bullpens, combined for eight errors, and stranded a total thirty-three runners on base. Finally

Jarvis Wins 10th with Three-Hit Shuout

Filed under Atlanta Braves
July 25, 1967

It finally hit the Braves’ Pat Jarvis. He’s a good pitcher. He belongs in the major leagues. The realization came after Jarvis threw a three-hit 1-0 shutout at the Reds in Atlanta Stadium to win a torrid duel from Gary Nolan. “I have to say I’m as good as Jim Maloney, Bob Veale, Chris Short

Phils' Short Injured in Pregame Drills

Filed under Philadelphia Phillies
May 24, 1967

It would seem that the troubles of Manager Gene Mauch and the Phillies were almost endless. However, the latest disaster in the way of an injured player was tempered somewhat by the return of first baseman Bill White to the regular lineup and the possibility that shortstop Dick Groat would be ready to play soon.

1967 Philadelphia Phillies Preview

Filed under Philadelphia Phillies
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: Tough luck hit. Gene Mauch’s forces before spring training started when his great first baseman, Bill White, suffered a torn Achilles tendon in a gymnasium mishap in St. Louis. It robbed Mauch and his associates of some of the enthusiasm a senes deals by general manager John Quinn had generated for a

May Hits First Home Run In Overtime Loss

Filed under Cincinnati Reds
September 11, 1966

Lee May, the Reds’ 6-3, 200-pound first baseman, hit his first career home run, a three-run blast off the Phils’ Chris Short. May joined the Reds at the end of the International League season. He batted .315, socked 16 homers for Buffalo. May started in place of Deron Johnson who suffered an injured hand during

Durocher Is a Believer in Holtzman

Filed under Chicago Cubs
April 30, 1966

Pitching coach Fred Fitzsimmons had seen the extraordinary reports on Ken Holtzman. Despite a rocky indoctrination to the major leagues last season, Fitzsimmons and Manager Leo Durocher maintained confidence in the young southpaw by making Ken of the Cubs’ 28 players in a trim-down to the Opening Day roster. In connection with a question –


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