1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Dick Stuart

Belinsky Hopes to Stay in Houston's Cards

Filed under Houston Astros
September 15, 1967

“It looks like the luck is running against both of us this year,” Bo Belinsky, the lefthanded pitcher, said to Grady Hatton, who manages the Astros. It doesn’t make any difference what game it was. Bo would have had a number of opportunities to work the comment n this year. “Bo is fascinated by luck,”

Boston Sells Bennett to Mets

Filed under Boston Red Sox, New York Mets
June 25, 1967

The Boston Red Sox sold Dennis Bennett, an experienced left-handed pitcher, to the New York Mets for an undisclosed amount of cash and a minor league outfielder. Bennett, obtained from the Philadelphia Phillies in a trade for Dick Stuart after the 1964 season was handicapped by a shoulder ailment but bounced back after surgery in

Orioles Open With 4-1 Victory

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers, World Series
October 5, 1966

Los Angeles, Oct. 5 (AP) – The Baltimore Orioles captured the opening game of the 1966 World Series with a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Dave McNally scattered six hits over seven and one-third innings to keep the Dodgers off the scoreboard, save a fourth inning home run by Lou Johnson that initiated

Bizarre Clincher: Jaster No-Hits Pennant Winning Dodgers

Filed under Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals
September 28, 1966

The champagne was finally open. But the Dodger players sat in front of their lockers as the press milled about the visitor’s clubhouse in Busch Stadium. The men with the notepads did not quite know what questions to ask, and the men in the baseball uniforms did not have any answers. Even Walt Alston had

Bosox Bunts – July 11, 1965

Filed under Boston Red Sox
July 11, 1965

First Half MVP: Tony Conigliaro, .283, 21 HR, 61 RBI With Yastrzemski missing time due to a cracked rib, the 20-year-old sophomore sensation has filled the offensive leadership nicely. Impact Rookie:Jim Lonborg , 5-5, 4.17 ERA, 16 GS Lonborg has won 4 of his last 5 decisions, including shutout against New York, July 3. First

Phillie Fodder – May 31, 1965

Filed under Philadelphia Phillies
May 31, 1965

* Richie Allen has not homered since May 14, but the Phillies are still talking about one of the longest home runs in the history of ancient Connie Mack Stadium. The slugging third baseman, the National League’s Rookie of the Year in 1964, smashed a Billy O’Dell pitch over the middle billboard atop the left-center

Phillie Fodder – May 5, 1965

Filed under Philadelphia Phillies
May 5, 1965

* The Dick Stuart bubble burst with a bang in Milwaukee on May 2 when Manager Gene Mauch announced that he was benching the big slugger for a while. The Phillies’ pilot, one of Stuart’s biggest boosters since the club made the trade for him last November, had watched the slugger’s batting average sink to

Bosox Bunts – April 12, 1965

Filed under Boston Red Sox
April 12, 1965

The woes of Dennis Bennett multiplied just before the Red Sox left for their trek homeward as the sore-armed lefthander was hospitalized with a severe and painful muscle pull in his lower back. Bennett was carried from the field at Scottsdale Stadium during running drills. The injury was not regarded as serious, but it was


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