1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: J.C. Martin

Amazing Mets Headed to Series

Filed under Atlanta Braves, League Championship Series, New York Mets
October 6, 1969

The incredible New York Mets, baseball’s ragtag clowns for seven long years, made it all the way to the top by winning the National League pennant with a third straight playoff victory 5-4 over the stunned Atlanta Braves. Cleon Jones, who spent the later part of this season in the dog house of manager Gil

Koosman No-Hits Thru 9; Mets Win in 12

Filed under New York Mets
July 31, 1968

In a season when pitching has been so dominant, no-hitters and perfect games have been hard to come by. Mets’ rookie sensation Jerry Koosman (12-7) was nearly pitching perfection over the course of nine innings against the Atlanta Braves, but his Met teammates were unable to provide the Minnesotan with any support. Finally with one

Injuries and Reserve Duty Hit Chisox

Filed under Chicago White Sox
August 31, 1966

A succession of nagging injuries continues to plague the White Sox. Hardest hit has been the catching department. Jerry McNertney strained a tendon in his shoulder while throwing off balance. Smoky Burgess has been under the weather with an intestinal infection and J.C. Martin still is on the disabled list with a chip fracture of

Sox Yarns – May 31, 1965

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 31, 1965

* There’s an ironic twist to the White Sox catching situation. John (Honey) Romano was acquired from Cleveland to beef up the woefully weak hitting of the White Sox catching department. But now, J.C. Martin, worst of the catchers last year at the plate, is now leading the team at bat. Martin will receive more


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