1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Dave Morehead

Jones Single in 12th Rallies Sox, 9-8

Filed under Boston Red Sox
September 15, 1967

The Boston Red Sox thrilled sold-out Fenway Park with another comeback victory, their fifth such win in six games thus far on the current homestand. Last night, the Sox came off the mat twice, rallying from a five-run deficit in the early stages and again down by a run in the twelfth inning. The hero

1967 Boston Red Sox Preview

Filed under Boston Red Sox
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: At 37 years of- age, Dick Williams is optimistic, enthusiastic and completely nonplussed about his new job of managing the Boston Red Sox, It also might be added that Williams is extremely capable. These are big plusses for the new head man in Fenway Park. And he will need them, and maybe

Santiago Paying Dividends for Red Sox

Filed under Boston Red Sox
September 4, 1966

Among American League teams this year, perhaps none has paid a higher price for a clerical error than the Kansas City Athletics. Last season Kansas City owned a pitcher named Jose Santiago, who had great potential, but also had an annoying habit of spending most of his time in hospitals. After a severe ankle injury

No-Hit Artist Morehead Shipped to Pittsfield

Filed under Boston Red Sox
August 15, 1966

Dave Morehead was optioned to Pittsfield (Eastern), but he remained in Boston for more treatments of his sore arm. The move left only Dennis Bennett and Jim Lonborg as holdovers from the 1965 pitching staff. No team in the majors has shuffled pitchers around as much as the Red Sox for the past few months.

Bosox Bunts – September 6, 1965

Filed under Boston Red Sox
September 6, 1965

* Despite the standings and despite a continuance of severe criticism of the club in the Boston press, there was a ray of hope as the season neared its close. That ray of hope was spelled P-I-T-C-H-I-N-G. “Our staff is not as bad as people claim,” pitching coach Mace Brown as been saying all season.

Boston's Morehead Tosses Second No-Hitter of Day

Filed under Boston Red Sox
August 26, 1965

Dave Morehead no-hit the Washington Senators in a wild 14-0 win before a scant crowd of 2,049 at Fenway Park. Felix Mantilla drove in four runs and hit his 12th home run of the season in the blow-out win. Boston peppered Bennie Daniels in the eighth for seven runs putting the outcome well out of

Bosox Bunts – June 23, 1965

Filed under Boston Red Sox
June 23, 1965

* This was supposed to be the year Bob Tillman, the Red Sox catcher, achieved the stardom that so many people predicted for him all through his early years in Organized Baseball. Instead, the year has been nothing but a nightmare for the handsome catcher from Nashville. After the 1964 season ended, Tillman was considered

Bosox Bunts – May 15, 1965

Filed under Boston Red Sox
May 15, 1965

* Bill Monbouquette won his last four decisions and all Boston was hopeful the local boy will come up with another 20-win season as he did two years ago. Monbo had three of the teams’s four complete games to his credit…Dennis Bennett made his debut in the Red Sox starting rotation with a 7-4 win


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