1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Gary Nolan

Seaver, Cuellar Named Top Hurlers for August

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, Uncategorized
September 2, 1969

Orioles’ southpaw Mike Cuellar was named Pitcher of the Month for the second time this season as the 32-year-old joined teammate Dave McNally was baseball’s first 20-game winners for 1969. Cuellar won the award in April when he opened the season with a perfect 5-0 mark, a 1.89 ERA in 38 innings. In August, Cuellar

Reds Turn to Dodgers Doctor for Mound Help

Filed under Cincinnati Reds
July 7, 1969

Suggest to 36-year-old Dave Bristol that the Reds’ pitching staff is going to have him gray-haired before the season ends and he snorts, “Not me. I’m too young.” Maybe so. But if not gray hair, would you believe ulcers? After the first 79 games, the Reds’ aches-and-pains pitching staff had racked up the magnificent total

Reds Turn to Dodgers Doctor for Mound Help

Filed under Cincinnati Reds

Suggest to 36-year-old Dave Bristol that the Reds’ pitching staff is going to have him gray-haired before the season ends and he snorts, “Not me. I’m too young.” Maybe so. But if not gray hair, would you believe ulcers? After the first 79 games, the Reds’ aches-and-pains pitching staff had racked up the magnificent total

Nolan Blanks Phillies in Season Debut

Filed under Cincinnati Reds
May 31, 1968

Gary Nolan had warned Johnny Bench before the game. “Get me some hits tonight or you’ll be sleeping in the hall,” Nolan told the rookie Red catcher. “It’s a good think I did pitch,” added a grinning Gary. “Because after the night Johnny had, I would not have been able to talk to him.” In

Peters' Slam Propels Sox in Rout, 14-2

Filed under Chicago White Sox

White Sox starting pitcher Gary Peters, who manager Eddie Stanky batted sixth in Peters’ last start at Yankee Stadium, dropped back into the familiar ninth position in the lineup and belted a grand slam off Twins starter Jim Merritt to highlight a six run Chisox outburst in the fifth inning. The grand slam was one

Mays Enduring Longest Season

Filed under San Francisco Giants
July 31, 1967

Sitting there in the Giant clubhouse in Candlestick Park, Willie Mays looked old and sick. His eyes were like road maps—Route 1 from San Francisco to Santa Cruz—and the circles beneath them said that Willie does not sleep too well at night anymore. His voice was somewhat muffled and restrained—the vigorous “Say hey” is only

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

Pitching Depth Behind Reds Revival

Filed under Cincinnati Reds
May 13, 1967

Gerry Arrigo, making his first start of the season for the Reds, tossed a five-hit shutout against the Mets, April 29, at Crosley Field. Yet, after the first two weeks of May, Arrigo still hasn’t been back on the mound – not even in a relief role. It’s a tipoff on just how good and

Nolan Blanks Mets With Three Hitter

Filed under Cincinnati Reds
May 9, 1967

Cincinnati rookie Gary Nolan (3-1) pitched his first complete game and shutout with a three-hit victory over the New York Mets, 3-0, before 8,604 at Shea Stadium. Only left-handers Al Luplow and pinch-hitter Larry Stahl found their way on base against Nolan who did not walk a single Met batter. Nolan did not allow Luplow

Harper Homer Wins Game; Reds Sweep Mets

Filed under Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets
April 30, 1967

After striking out three times in regulation play, Tommy Harper took advantage of the extra frames and belted a game-winning home run in the eleventh inning off New York reliever Jack Hamilton (0-2) for a 1-0 nightcap win and doubleheader sweep of the Mets before 14,360 fans at Crosley Field. The Reds took the lidlifter


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