1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Dan Schneider

LeMaster Grounds Astros, 6-0

Filed under Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros
April 11, 1967

The Atlanta Braves, in search of an ace all last season, may have uncovered a diamond in the first game of the 1967 season. Denny LeMaster (1-0) spun a one-hit gem against the Houston Astros before an Opening Day crowd of 26,001 at the Astrodome. LeMaster was provided an early lead as Atlanta scored twice

1967 Houston Astros Preview

Filed under Houston Astros
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: The first half of the 1966 season was fun for the Astros and their new manager, Grady Hatton. At the end of June, they were riding along in fifth place, surprise team in the race. Then, things started going the other way. First Joe Morgan, then Jimmy Wynn, suffered crippling injuries. In

Braves Bullpen Blows Big Lead

Filed under Atlanta Braves
June 12, 1966

The Braves appeared poised for a road sweep at Forbes Field, but the Pirates erupted for eight runs in the sixth inning to save the series with a 9-7 victory. Hank Aaron belted his 16th home run, a second-inning grand slam, off Don Cardwell, but Denver LeMaster and relievers Fischer and Schneider could not hold

Braves Shuffle Lineup for Speed and Youth

Filed under Atlanta Braves
June 2, 1966

Expressing a desire for more speed, the Braves called up 22-year-old second baseman Felix Millan and immediately stuck him at second base on a regular basis. They also summoned Dan Schneider from Richmond (International) and sent out relief pitcher Phil Niekro and infielder Sandy Alomar. New faces dotting the lineup sent such veterans as Eddie

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