1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Jose Santiago

Sock It to 'Em, Tigers: a First Half Review

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, California Angels, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Washington Senators
July 10, 1968

The Detroit Tigers closed out the first half of the 1968 American League schedule strong, winning nine of their last ten games and stretching their lead to six and a half games over the second-place Cleveland Indians. Denny McLain (15-4) is grabbing the headlines in the junior circuit with his collection of victories, but the

Once in a Blue Moon: A's Take First

Filed under Oakland Athletics
May 7, 1968

Though a hint of spring remains in the air, by this date, the Athletics are usually nestled in the American League cellar. For only the second time in twenty years, the Athletics are in first place in the American League. Last night, John ‘Blue Moon’ Odom tossed his second consecutive shutout to lift the Oakland

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

Tigers Cash In On Boston Miscues

Filed under Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers
September 18, 1967

The Detroit Tigers took the lead in the American League pennant chase by virtue of a 7-4 extra-inning victory over the Boston Red Sox. The win broke a deadlock atop the standings board and gave the home nine a one game advantage over the opponent. Norm Cash tied the game in the ninth with a

Jones Single in 12th Rallies Sox, 9-8

Filed under Boston Red Sox
September 15, 1967

The Boston Red Sox thrilled sold-out Fenway Park with another comeback victory, their fifth such win in six games thus far on the current homestand. Last night, the Sox came off the mat twice, rallying from a five-run deficit in the early stages and again down by a run in the twelfth inning. The hero

Bosox Pen, Bats Defeat Orioles, 8-2

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox
July 15, 1967

Before the game, Russ Gibson was warming up Gary Waslewski and told manager Dick Williams that the pitcher just didn’t have it. Williams had to start him nonetheless, but with the Red Sox tied for first place with their opponent, the Baltimore Orioles, Williams had Jose Santiago warming in the bullpen as the game started.

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

Angels Sock Six Clouts inTwinbill Split

Filed under California Angels
May 30, 1967

The California Angels hit three home runs in each game of today’s double-header, but the clouts were only good enough for a split. Boston took the lidlifter as the Red Sox chased Jack Sanford (6-1) early and held on to a 8-6 victory. Jimmie Hall, Jim Fregosi and Bob Rodgers homered for the Halos. Boston

Williams Holding Sox on Tight Leash

Filed under Boston Red Sox
April 21, 1967

It didn’t take rookie Manager Dick Williams of the Red Sox long to put his foot down in his new job, and it didn’t take Boston fans long to meet favorably to the new manager’s toughness. After only six games, Williams benched three of the men who opened the season for him and put three

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