1970 Baseball Replay

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

Tag: Sandy Alomar

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

White Sox Home Game in Milwaukee

Filed under Chicago White Sox
May 15, 1968

The Chicago White Sox hosted the California Angels at Milwaukee County Stadium before a crowd of 23,510, more than double any turnout the White Sox have had in Chicago this season. The home team nipped the Angels, 1-0, as pinch-hitter Buddy Bradford singled home pinch-runner Sandy Alomar in the eighth inning for the game’s only

Mets 3-22 Record Pains Westrum

Filed under New York Mets
May 14, 1967

As he struggles along trying ot overcome a slow start, even by Mets’ standards, it is fairly obvious that Manager Wes Westrum isn’t taking orders from the front office. The team he puts on the field every day is his team, not a lineup dictated to him by Bing Devine. Westrum went along with his

Mets Lose 10th Straight in 11 Innings; Harrelson Injured

Filed under Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets
May 10, 1967

Leo Cardenas led off the eleventh inning with a home run off reliever Jack Lamabe (0-1) to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-2 win over the New York Mets before 8,779 at Shea Stadium. The Reds seized an early two-run lead in the second as Lee May singled and Floyd Robinson doubled to led

1967 Atlanta Braves Preview

Filed under Atlanta Braves
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: The most significant contract in the Braves’ safe may be the one for the next four years carrying the signature of Paul Richards, the lanky baseball tactician from Waxahachie. It was struck on paper late last year and calls for the former White Sox and Orioles’ manager to function in the triple

1967 New York Mets Preview

Filed under New York Mets

Street & Smith’s: The Mets, who broke out of the basement last year and for the first time in their brief career avoided losing 100 games, were a changed looking group from 1966 when this season got under way in spring training. Most celebrated newcomer is Tommy Davis, the ex-Dodger who won the league batting

Braves Shuffle Lineup for Speed and Youth

Filed under Atlanta Braves
June 2, 1966

Expressing a desire for more speed, the Braves called up 22-year-old second baseman Felix Millan and immediately stuck him at second base on a regular basis. They also summoned Dan Schneider from Richmond (International) and sent out relief pitcher Phil Niekro and infielder Sandy Alomar. New faces dotting the lineup sent such veterans as Eddie

Smoke Signals – May 15, 1965

Filed under Atlanta Braves
May 15, 1965

* It’s now official: Eddie Mathews and Henry Aaron of the Braves are the greatest one-two home-run punch in the history of the National League. The baseball world had suspected for some time that this was true, especially those close to the Braves, but it didn’t become reality until May 9. Aaron hit the homer

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