1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Luis Aparicio

Knoop Tightens ‘Best Infield’

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 15, 1969

The best infield in the American League? The White Sox believe it now belongs to them following the trade with the Angels in which they landed second baseman Bobby Knoop for pitcher Bob Priddy and second baseman Sandy Alomar. “I don’t believe there’s any infield in the league that can match us defensively, especially when

Knoop Tightens 'Best Infield'

Filed under Chicago White Sox

The best infield in the American League? The White Sox believe it now belongs to them following the trade with the Angels in which they landed second baseman Bobby Knoop for pitcher Bob Priddy and second baseman Sandy Alomar. “I don’t believe there’s any infield in the league that can match us defensively, especially when

Pale Hose Believe May’s Bat Is For Real

Filed under Chicago White Sox
April 14, 1969

To White Sox fans, who have suffered the frustration of watching the battling futility of their heroes, the arrival of a hitter is like cool, refreshing rainfall in the desert. And that makes Carlos May, the rookie outfielder, the new darling of Chicago’s South Side. The 20-year-old southpaw swinger started off the first week of

Pale Hose Believe May's Bat Is For Real

Filed under Chicago White Sox

To White Sox fans, who have suffered the frustration of watching the battling futility of their heroes, the arrival of a hitter is like cool, refreshing rainfall in the desert. And that makes Carlos May, the rookie outfielder, the new darling of Chicago’s South Side. The 20-year-old southpaw swinger started off the first week of

Haller Strikes Again; NL Prevails, 4-1.

Filed under All Star Game
July 9, 1968

Lightning struck twice, this time indoors, as Dodger catcher Tom Haller lined a two-run single off Sam McDowell of the Indians to lift the National League All-Stars past the American League, 4-1. Two seasons ago, Haller, then donning the uniform of the San Francisco Giants, homered off the first pitch he saw from a left-handed

Tigers Erupt Against John's No-Hit Bid

Filed under Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers
June 30, 1968

On a Sunday afternoon at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull, White Sox All Star pitcher Tommy John carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning. It appeared the Chicago White Sox would avert a disastrous weekend sweep at Tiger Stadium. On Friday, Detroit scored a pair of touchdowns to rout Chicago, 14-0. On Saturday, Denny

Buford's Play Earning Play

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
June 16, 1968

Although Don Buford is keeping his thoughts pretty much to himself, this has not been an enjoyable season for him. Before the White Sox traded him to the Orioles in a deal that sent Luis Aparicio and Russ Snyder to Chicago, Buford had never been relegated to a utility role. With the White Sox, he

Dodgers Take Opening Win in St. Louis, 4-1

Filed under Los Angeles Dodgers
May 20, 1968

Larry Jaster, who no-hit the Dodgers in 1966, got the nod from manager Red Schoendienst for the first time this season as the first place Cardinals and second place Dodgers met in an early National League showdown. The Dodgers take the opening, powering past Cardinals, 4-1. Willie Davis belted a two-run homer in the seventh

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


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