1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Juan Pizarro

Hawk Nests In Boston; Trade May Be Nullified

Filed under Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians
April 20, 1969

Slugging Ken Harrelson, stunned and shaken by a trade which he claimed would cost him up to $750,000 in lost business opportunities, retired from baseball at the age of 27 yesterday rather than report from the Boston Red Sox to the Cleveland Indians. The long haired “Hawk”, who captivated the city of Boston with his

Drysdale Spins Three Hit Shutout

Filed under Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates
June 4, 1968

Don Drysdale evened his record to 6-6 with an overpowering performance at Dodger Stadium against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Drysdale held the formidable Bucs lineup to three hits as Wes Parker homered in Los Angeles’ 2-0 victory. Former Dodger Maury Wills beat out an infield single with one out in the fourth, but Drysdale struck out

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

Sox Zeroing Their Way into First Divison

Filed under Chicago White Sox
June 2, 1966

Back in the days of Pop Anson’s Colts, in the late 1800’s, the term for a shutout was “Chicagoed.” This footnote from yesterday’s lexicon was appropriate again because, here on the shores of Lake Michigan, the White Sox pitching are back to where they are capable of “Chicagoing” their opponents on a nightly basis. The

Sox Yarns – August 15, 1965

Filed under Chicago White Sox
August 15, 1965

# Southpaw pitching star Juan Pizarro feels “much, much better” these days and so do the White Sox. Says Pizarro, in reflecting on his recent disability: “I don’t like making money for doing nothing. That isn’t right.” It was right, however, because there has been something physically wrong with Pizzaro since he reported late in

Sox Yarns – July 11, 1965

Filed under Chicago White Sox
July 11, 1965

First Half MVP: Eddie Fisher 4-2, 14 SV, 1.88 ERA, 95.2 IP, 44 G Fisher has been an iron horse out of the bullpen, factoring in nearly all of the Chisox wins. Impact Rookie: Bruce Howard 8-1, 3.26 ERA, 91 IP, 18 G, 13 GS Howard and Tommy John are filling the void left with

Tiger Tales – June 23, 1965

Filed under Detroit Tigers
June 23, 1965

* Hank Aguirre and Mickey Lolich are giving Detroit the kind of double vision that is exhilarating. People around Tiger Stadium are saying that the 33-year-old Aguirre and 24-year-old Lolich will finish the season as the most resourceful lefthanded pitching combination in baseball. Ray Sadecki and Curt Simmons won 38 games for the Cardinals last

Sox Yarns – June 23, 1965

Filed under Chicago White Sox

* The White Sox hold a one-game lead in the junior circuit despite the insistence of Manager Al Lopez that his club can play better. Just where does Lopez put most of the blame individually? It’s R-and-R in the offensive department and P-and-P in the pitching staff. “Biggest disappointments to me have been Floyd Robinson

Sox Yarns – May 5, 1965

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 5, 1965

* Sunday’s doubleheader split against the Twins displayed the two latest crown jewels of the Pale Hose rotation: Tommy John and Bruce Howard. John, the slender lefty the White Sox acquired from Cleveland in the three-way deal with the Indians and A’s, went toe-to-toe with mound opponent Jim Kaat, tossing nine innings of three hit

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