1970 Baseball Replay

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

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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

Bird Seed – May 31, 1965

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May 31, 1965

* It was like Brooks Robinson had never been away. Manager Hank Bauer had said with a sigh that the Orioles would have to suffer along with Robby and Sam Bowens when they returned following injuries, and that it might cost the club a few games while it waited for the two to regain their

Athletics Addendum – May 31, 1965

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* For some reason best known only to himself, Owner Charles Finley revamped the fences at Kansas City’s Municipal Stadium so the park strongly favors lefthanded hitters. The distance down the right-field line is 325 feet compared to 370 feet in left. Opening with one lefthanded starter and no lefthanded relievers, the A’s found themselves

Angel Angles – April 12, 1965

Filed under California Angels
April 12, 1965

Four players acquired over the winter by GM Fred Haney have opened the eyes of manager Bill Rigney this spring. The Halos re-acquired Vic Power after trading him to Philadelphia during the stretch drive last season, and received P Marcelino Lopez as part of that trade. Haney then shipped Jack Hiatt to San Francisco for


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