1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Jerry Adair

Butler No-Hits Yanks in Ten

Filed under Kansas City Royals, Uncategorized
August 31, 1969

Bill Butler pitched the first no-hitter in Kansas City Royals franchise history in a 2-0 victory over the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. It took ten innings for the Royals to claim the victory as New York starter Fritz Peterson kept the visitors off the scoreboard. In the tenth, Joe Foy led off with

Post-Season Thoughts on 1967 Replay

Filed under Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds
October 2, 1967

With the Red Sox atop the American League for most of the summer, the conclusion to my replay surprised me. But if you consider the pre-2004 atmosphere around Fenway Park, the second time around the order with my replay may just be as possible an outcome than the real “Impossible Dream”. The goats for the

Boston's Impossible Dream Thrown Away

Filed under Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins
September 30, 1967

The Impossible Dream of a pennant-winning season in Boston proved to be impossible after all. Fielding gaffes in stretch run choked any championship dreams for Manager Dick Williams’ troops. A muffed pop fly by reliever John Wyatt cost the Red Sox a crucial win in Detroit two weeks ago. Yesterday, two consecutive errors by third

Williams Lauds Pair of Bosox Trades

Filed under Boston Red Sox
July 22, 1967

When Manager Dick Williams was asked to pinpoint the most important events of the seasons for his team, he named a pair of trades. One was the deal with Cleveland which brought Gary Bell to Boston, the other was the trade for Jerry Adair in early June. “Each trade was equally important to us,” Williams

Five Run Rally Puts Bosox In First

Filed under Boston Red Sox
June 28, 1967

With news of White Sox third baseman Dick Kenworth’s tenth inning home run sending Baltimore to a 1-0 defeat coming across the wires, the Boston Red Sox rallied for a miraculous 6-4 victory over Minnesota with a five-run ninth inning. Jerry Adair’s two run bloop single to left capped the scoring which left the 11,940

Loss of Higgins Prompts Trade of Adair

Filed under Chicago White Sox
June 3, 1967

Dennis Higgins, who has been stricken with an eye illness, will undergo surgery in his home town of Jefferson City, Mo. and was placed on the emergency disabled list, which, unlike the regular disabled list, requires the player to be inactivated for 60 days. Higgins has a detached retina of his left eye, and surgery

Great Scott! Boston Wins Opener, 8-7

Filed under Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox
April 12, 1967

George Scott belted a ninth-inning two-out solo home run over the left field wall off Dennis Higgins (0-1) to win the opener for the Boston Red Sox, 8-7, over the Chicago White Sox. Boston took an early four-run lead, and seemed to have control of the game as Jim Lonborg held the Chisox at bay

Howard, Sox Trip Birds, 3-1.

Filed under Chicago White Sox
September 18, 1966

Bruce Howard (12-3) and Bob Locker combined on an eight-hitter as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 3-1. Despite the loss, the Orioles’ magic number was reduced to seven by virtue of the Yankees’ 2-1 win over the Twins on Bobby Richardson Day at the Stadium. Baltimore failed to get the key hit

Thirty Innings of Sunday Baseball on the South Side

Filed under Chicago White Sox
July 31, 1966

30 innings of baseball in Chicago? Only on the South Side where lights can continue play through dusk even in the summer time. Game 1 of a Sunday double header goes 21 innings, the longest baseball game over the last two seasons. The Yankees break a seven inning deadlock on the ever-exciting bases loaded RBI

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