1970 Baseball Replay

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

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Senators Get Ted's Message…They're Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators
July 7, 1969

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Senators Get Ted’s Message…They’re Patsies for Nobody

Filed under Washington Senators

After a get-acquainted period in spring training and a half of season of getting to know Ted Williams, his techniques, his idiosyncrasies, his demand for the utmost effort every minute and his passion for perfection, the Senators appear ready to make a run at second place in the American League East. Williams has made his

Higgins Rates Hands-Off Tag on Capitol Hill

Filed under Washington Senators
September 15, 1968

Several of the guessing games on the Senators’ list of protected players for the expansion draft have not included the name of Dennis Higgins, but if Kansas City or Seattle is thinking of getting him for their bullpen next year, tell them to forget it. In the best stretch of his brief major league career,

Hondo, Aaron Named Players of the Week

Filed under Atlanta Braves, Washington Senators
May 26, 1968

Washington slugger Frank Howard belted a mere two home runs for the week, but won Player of the Week honors with a weekly average of .360 and seven RBI. Atlanta’s Hank Aaron captured the award in the senior circuit with a .323 average, a home run, and eight RBI. On the field, White Sox manager

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

Hodges Looks Forward to 1968 With Nats

Filed under Washington Senators
September 30, 1967

Gil Hodges is confronted with the puzzle of putting together the pieces for a winning club in Washington. There is no question that the Senators next year will go largely for youth. The dean of the club should be Camilo Pascual, the veteran righthander who was knocked out of action with a broken leg. Pascual

1967 Washington Senators Preview

Filed under Washington Senators
April 1, 1967

Street & Smith’s: It’s been 20 years since the Washington Senators experienced the heady prosperity of finishing in the first division. It may not happen this year, either, but you better believe the Senators are getting there. It’s a certainty the once downtrodden Senators no longer are going to droop through their daily occupation looking

Hodges, Senators Reassess Goals

Filed under Washington Senators
August 15, 1966

Hold everything. The Senators have a couple of new goals. The Nats, who have had more goals than a champion soccer team, would like to move up another notch in keeping with Gil Hodges’ managerial record. Last year, the Senators won 68 and lost 94 – their best showing since the 1960 non-expansion club finished


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