1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Jim McGlothlin

Seattle Pilots to First Expansion Win

Filed under Seattle Pilots
April 8, 1969

As the scribes are taking notes on all the firsts for the four new major league additions, the Seattle Pilots grabbed the most important firsts of all, a victory. Seattle jumped on Jim McGlothlin and the California Angels with a three-run first inning en route to a 4-1 Opening Day win at Anaheim Stadium. Lead

Rader, Cash Named Players of the Week

Filed under Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros
August 12, 1968

Houston Astro third baseman Doug Rader made headlines this week with his role in a bench-clearing brawl in the Astrodome against the New York Mets. On Monday, Rader was awarded for his bat work by being named National League Player of the Week for the week ending August 11, 1968. Rader drove in ten runs

Pascual Out for Year with Broken Leg

Filed under Washington Senators
September 9, 1967

It’s the end of a dream for Camilo Pascual, but it should be only temporary. The plucky Washington righthander, who has fought injuries all season, finally was put down for the count on September 9 when he broke a bone in his right leg sliding into first base. Pascual was pitching against the Angels and

All Star Game 1967: Americans Storm Past Nationals

Filed under All Star Game
July 11, 1967

The American League, searching for another ‘Lucky Seven’ victory, rallied from a four-run first inning deficit to overtake the National League, 5-4. The Americans had dropped four straight All-Star contests, but won the last three All-Star games in years that ended in seven – 1937, 1947, and 1957. Minnesota’s Harmon Killebrew, named the game’s Most

Halos Rally Past Pale Hose, 8-4

Filed under California Angels
May 28, 1967

The California Angels defeated the Chicago White Sox, 8-4, for a series clinching win and a return to the .500 mark at 21-21. Jim McGlothlin (6-2) worked through five walks to earn the victory. The Angels scored five runs in the eighth inning to double up Chicago. Wilbur Wood (0-1) took the loss in relief

McGlothlin Hurls No-Hitter Against Athletics, 6-0

Filed under California Angels
May 16, 1967

The fantastic spring of California Angel pitcher Jim McGlothlin continues toward the summer months. McGlothlin pitched a no-hitter, the second in franchise history, against the Kansas City Athletics, 6-0, in front of 4,793 at Municipal Stadium. The incomparable Bo Belinsky no-hit the Orioles on May 5, 1962. McGlothlin received early run support from his teammates

Rainmaker McGlothlin Named Pitcher of the Month

Filed under California Angels
April 30, 1967

They call him The Rainmaker. If you’re planting crops or hanging laundry, pay heed to when Angel righthander Jim McGlothlin is scheduled to pitch. It all started in Hawaii. He had won 13 games as a rookie at Quad Cities and this was his sophomore season. Hawaii – white sands, blue lagoons, golden sun. “I

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