1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Marcelino Lopez

Baltimore Takes Second Game in 11

Filed under Baltimore Orioles, League Championship Series, Minnesota Twins
October 5, 1969

The Baltimore Orioles moved one game away from the World Series with an extra-inning victory over the Minnesota Twins, 4-3. Once again, Minnesota took an early lead with three runs in the third inning off Orioles starter Dave McNally who loaded the bases with two walks and a single. Rich Reese, who homered yesterday, scored

Pair of Swaps Net Repoz and Held for Halos

Filed under California Angels
June 16, 1967

The Angels gave up a pair of pitchers, Jack Sanford and Marcelino Lopez, and acquired outfielder Roger Repoz and infielder-outfielder Woodie Held Thursday before leaving on a 12-game road trip. Sanford, 38-year-old relief pitcher who had a 6-2 record with the Angels this season, was traded to Kansas City for Repoz, 26. Lopez, 23-year-old southpaw

New Acquistion Lopez Shelfed By Birds

Filed under Baltimore Orioles
June 1, 1967

The Baltimore Orioles announced Saturday that recently acquired left-handed pitcher Marcelino Lopez has been placed on the disabled list in order to make room for rookie hurler Mike Adamson. The Orioles obtained Lopez and minor league pitcher Tommy Arruda from the California Angels in exchange for Woodie Held two weeks ago. Lopez has tendinitis in

The Heavenly Home Of The Angels

Filed under California Angels
July 14, 1966

Last week the California Angels returned home to begin the second half and found themselves 1) a very respectable fourth in the American League, and 2) the biggest thing to hit Orange County since Mickey Mouse. With the season at the midway point the Angels have already drawn more people to their new stadium in

Cuban Revolt in Anaheim

Filed under California Angels, Minnesota Twins
April 23, 1966

It has been a frustrating time for Sam Mele’s world champions. The team arrived from Florida into Bloomington with optimism and much hullabaloo. At an April 11 luncheon, Twins president Calvin Griffith said, “I don’t think I’ve ever seen a club make so few mistakes in spring training.” Griffith noted the acquisition of Chuck Schilling

Halos Open New Home With a Win

Filed under California Angels
April 19, 1966

The California Angels opened their new home, Anaheim Stadium, with a 5-3 win over the Chicago White Sox. Chisox first baseman Bill Skowron got the first base hit, a second-inning single, in the new stadium, but it was Rick Reichardt’s home run, the first in Anaheim, that got the crowd to its feet in the

Angel Angles – October 3, 1965

Filed under California Angels
October 3, 1965

* Fred Haney recently cited the Angels’ desperate need for consistent hitting. What he meant was hitting, period. While winning 76 games and losing 86, the Angels scored only 569 runs, second lowest in the junior circuit, for an average of 3.5 runs per game. In an area famed for its movie-land divorces, the Angels’

Mays, Oliva Top League Honors

Filed under News

American League MVP: Tony Oliva, Minnesota .337, 14 HR, 92 RBI, 20 SB Oliva missed some time with a leg injury, but batted .402 down the stretch in a successful pennant drive for the Twins. National League MVP: Willie Mays, San Francisco .312, 54 HR, 118 RBI Mays hit the most home runs in the

Angel Angles – August 15, 1965

Filed under California Angels
August 15, 1965

# Dean Chance spun a one-hitter against the Orioles in the opening game of a doubleheader, August 4. Only Oriole rookie Curt Blefary stood between Chance and perfection. Blefary singled off Chance in the second, and then drew Dean’s only free pass in the eighth, but that did follow an error by third baseman Paul


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