1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Ed Stroud

Callison Hands Gibson First Loss

Filed under St. Louis Cardinals
May 17, 1968

And on his eighth game, Bob Gibson lost. In the first inning at Connie Mack Stadium before a crowd of 17,034, Johnny Callison hit a two-out home run into the left center field bleachers against Cardinal starter Bob Gibson (7-1). Remarkably, the wrong way clout would be the only Phillie hit for the night. Woodie

Senators Add Speedster Stroud from Sox

Filed under Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators
June 17, 1967

Fred Valentine was being consoled in the Washington clubhouse last night for losing his title as “fastest Senator.” The acquisition of outfielder Ed Stroud from the White Sox for Jim King had to make Valentine No. 2 in the speed department, it was explained. Stroud, “The Streak”, comes here with four stolen bases in only

Sox Add Speed With the Creeper

Filed under Chicago White Sox
September 18, 1966

The White Sox are the runningest team in the American League this year, largely because of twin jackrabbits Don Buford and Tommie Agee. And now they’ve added Ed Stroud, nicknamed “The Creeper”. But that isn’t going to slow them down. It will make them even more the Go-Go Sox because the Creeper doesn’t creep. He

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