1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Hank Allen

Nixon Sees Bosman Blank Tigers, 6-0.

Filed under Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators
April 6, 1970

President Nixon made a belated appearance at the ballpark today to see Dick Bosman and the Washington Sentors shut out the Detroit Tigers, 6-0. The President waited at the White House until assured that his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Harrold Carswell, had won a test vote in the Senate, then headed for Robert F. Kennedy

Senators Get Ted's Message…They're Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators
July 7, 1969

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Senators Get Ted’s Message…They’re Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Boston's Magical Misery Tour Continues

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox
September 22, 1967

The Boston Red Sox Impossible Dream season has quickly turned into a nightmare. This week has been one bad trip for Dick Williams and his Boston upstarts who now looking up three and a half games to the league leading the Detroit Tigers with a little over a week to play. The Baltimore Orioles sent

1967 Washington Senators Preview

Filed under Washington Senators
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: It’s been 20 years since the Washington Senators experienced the heady prosperity of finishing in the first division. It may not happen this year, either, but you better believe the Senators are getting there. It’s a certainty the once downtrodden Senators no longer are going to droop through their daily occupation looking

Washington Announces Callups

Filed under Washington Senators
August 31, 1966

As the sun grows thinner over the yardarm, the Nats announced they will bring up six men for the September run. Dick Bosman and Joe Coleman will be recalled from York (Eastern), and Hank Allen, older brother of the Phillies’ Richie, pitchers Pete Craig and Dave Baldwin and catcher Mike Brumley will come from Hawaii

Nats Promote No. 1 Pick Cullen

Filed under Washington Senators
August 2, 1966

The Senators sold Don Blasingame to Kansas City for slightly above the waiver price in order to promote Tim Cullen, the Nats’ number one choice in the first-year draft in November, 1964. Cullen, who was hitting .295 in 111 games with Hawaii (Coast), was a Red Sox bonus boy off the campus of Santa Clara.


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