1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Johnny Klippstein

Tigers Shuffle Roster; Release Klippstein

Filed under Detroit Tigers
May 29, 1967

The Detroit Tigers gave Johnny Klippstein, a pitcher, his unconditional release and optioned Jake Wood, an infielder, and George Korince, a pitcher, to Toledo of the International League. Detroit recalled Pat Dobson, a pitcher, from Toledo and purchased two other Mudhen players, Mike Marshall, a pitcher, and Bill Heath, a catcher. Klippstein, a 39-year-old righthander,

Bowens Leads O's Rally Past Twins

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Minnesota Twins
September 10, 1966

A smaller crowd of 21,259 and a national television audience came to Metropolitan Stadium, and the Baltimore Orioles again set off the early fireworks. As Frank Robinson had driven the offense last night, today’s hero in the Oriole lineup was Sam Bowens. In the game to counter the Twins lefthanded starter Jim Merritt, Bowens provided

Twin Tracks – September 6, 1965

Filed under Minnesota Twins
September 6, 1965

* Tony Oliva missed only one game last season so it was discouraging when he was out of the lineup for six days with an injured finger. “I don’t like to leave the lineup,” said Tony. “You stay out, lose your timing. It’s hard to get going.” Never in his five-year career had he been

Battey Homer Lifts Twins Past O's, 3-2

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Minnesota Twins
August 1, 1965

The Baltimore Orioles looked to tie the American League by extending their five game winning streak against the Minnesota Twins. The Orioles sent Milt Pappas who has a losing record but has been pitching better of late to face the Twins’ ace, Jim Kaat (13-8). With one out in the third, Pappas drilled a liner

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