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STRATOMATIC BASEBALL OLDTIMERS TOURNAMENT

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Game 1. KC 7 at Boston 13

Boston wins game one 13-7. Luis Tiant is the winner and Dennis Leonard is the loser.

Game 2. KC 3 at Boston 4 Bill Lee is the winner, Al Fitzmorris the loser. Roger Moret picks up the save.

#3.Boston 1 at Kansas City 3. Marty Pattin tosses a gem as the Royals get back into this series.   l- R. Wise 0-1  wp- M.Pattin 1-0

#4.Boston 4 at Kansas City 9. The Royals broke open a close game in the 7th inning by scoring 4 times and evening the best of seven series. GEorge Brett led the Royals attack going 3-4, double, and RBI, 3 runs scored and a walk.Bird 1-0 picked up the win and Reggie Cleveland 0-1. the loss

#5.Boston 3 at Kansas City 4. The home team proved to be the big winner again. Dennis Leonard 1-1 outduelled Luis Tiant 1-1 for the victory. The key game in the bottom of the 8th. The Royals were down 3-2 when Tiant gave up singles to George Brett and Hal McRae. Jim Wohlford then doubled home two runs to give the Royals a come from behind 4-3 win.

#6.Kansas City 1 at Boston 3. Bill Lee 2-0 was in trouble all game giving up 11 hits, but he managed to squirm out of all problems giving up just the one run. Paul Splittorff 0-1 took the loss but he only have up 5 hits. Dwight Evans two run shot in the 3rd proved to be key.

#7.Kansas City 3 at Boston 2 (11 innings). Dennis Leonard and Luis Tiant each threw 10 strong innings as game seven turned into a classic. John Mayberry proved to be the hero hitting a solo shot in the top of the 11th inning off of Roger Moret 0-1 to give the Royals the lead and the series.

1976 Kansas City Royals win the best of seven series 4-3


 

71 Pittsburgh at 71 Baltimore

#1. Pittsburgh 3 Baltimore 9 Blass 0-1, Palmer 1-0

#2 Pittsburgh 10 Baltimore 1 D.Ellis 1-0, D.McNally 0-1

#3 Baltimore 3 Pittsburgh 4 P.Dobson , G.Jackson 0-1, N.Briles , D.Guisti 1-0

#4 Baltimore 3 Pittsburgh 6 Cuellar 0-1, B.Johnson , B.Kison 1-0

#5 Baltimore 6 Pittsburgh 3 Palmer 2-0, Blass 0-2

#6 Pittsburgh 6 Baltimore 8, L-D.Ellis 1-1 W-D.McNally 1-1

#7 Pittsburgh 5 Baltimore 2 , W-N.Briles 1-0 L-P.Dobson 0-1

71 Pittsburgh wins best of 7 series 4-3


69 Seattle at 69 Montreal

#1 Seattle 5 Montreal 4 Segui 1-0 , Stoneman 0-1

#2 Seattle 7 Montreal 4 Brabender 1-0, Waslewski 0-1

#3 Montreal 3 Seattle 4 Robertson 0-1 O’Donoghue 1-0

#4. Montreal 6 Seattle 4. The Expos score 3 runs in the top of the ninth to steal a game from the Pilots. Coco Laboy had 5 hits and 3 RBI’s, including a huge 2 run shot to give the Expos the lead. Dan McGinn picked up the win in relief of Bill Stoneman. John O’Donoghue took the loss after George Brunet gave up 3 runs in 7.1

#5 Montreal 3at Seattle 6 . Diego Segui pitched a complete game and Don Mincher lofted one into the ‘cheap seats’ and had 3 RBI at The Kingdome as the 69 SEATTLE Mariners beat the 69 MONTREAL Expos by the count of 6 to 3. 69 SEATTLE claimed the early lead in the first inning as they scored 2 runs on 3 base hits. 69 SEATTLE totaled 11 on the night. The victory went to Segui(1-0) who went the distance allowing 3 runs. Mike Wegener(0-1) was hit with the loss. He gave up 6 hits and no walks in 5 innings.

Seattle wins the best of seven series 4-1

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72 Oakland at 73 NY Mets

#1 Oakland 5 NY Mets 3   wp- Knowles 1-0, S-Locker,1 lp- T.McGraw 0-1   … C.Hunter, T.Seaver

#2 Oakland 0 at NY Mets 6. WP Koosman 1-0, LP_ Holtzman 0-1

#3 NY Mets 4 at Oakland 2. John Milner breaks up a 2-2 tie with a two run shot in the 8th off of Blue Moon Odom(0-1). Jon Matlack(1-0) picked up the win.

#4 NY Mets 2 at Oakland 1 . Wayne Garrett hits a solo shot in the 6th inning to give the Mets a 3-1 series lead. Tom Seaver completed the game without help from the bullpen at Oakland. The winning pitcher was Seaver(1-0) who allowed 1 run for the game. The loss was charged to Jim Hunter(0-1). He pitched 8 innings and surrendered 6 hits and 1 walk.

#5 NY Mets 1 at Oakland 5. Reggie Jackson hit one over the fence and Vida Blue came through with a solid 7 and one third innings at Oakland Coliseum where the 72 Oakland A’s beat the 73 New York M Mets 5 to 1. 72 Oakland promptly took the lead in their half of the first scoring one runner. Overall 72 Oakland out-hit 73 New York M 10 to 2. The win was credited to Blue(1-0) who went 7 and 1/3 innings allowing 1 run. Darold Knowles gained credit for his 1st save. George Stone(0-1) was tagged with the loss.

#6 Oakland 2 NY Mets 4. 73 New York Mets tallied 3 runs in the 7th inning with the help of 3 hits. The highlight belonged to Ted Martinez who brought the crowd to their feet when he cracked a two-run shot (his 1st of the season). 73 New York M totaled 8 on the night. Harry Parker(1-0) went 3 innings allowing no runs for the win. Ken Holtzman(0-2) was the loser. He allowed 8 hits and 3 walks in 8 innings.

1973 New York Mets wins the best of seven series 4-2


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74 Dodgers 74 Texas

#1 74 Texas 3 at 74 Dodgers 2. Fergie Jenkins tosses a 3 hitter and Mike Hargrove has 2 key hits and an RBI as the Rangers win game 1. Andy Messersmith 0-1 takes the loss for the Dodgers.

#2 74 Texas 4 at 74 Dodgers 3. Mike Hargrove had 2 base hits and 3 RBI at Dodger Stadium where the 74 Texas Rangers beat the 74 Los Angeles Dodgers 4 to 3. Jim Bibby(1-0) delivered a fine performance for Bibby. He went 6 innings allowing 4 hits and 1 walk and was touched for 2 homeruns. 74 Texas had 10hits for the game and 74 Los Angeles had 6. Steve Hargan gained credit for his 1st save. Don Sutton(0-1) was hit with the loss. He pitched 6 and 1/3 innings allowing 8 hits and 1 walk.

#3. Dodgers 4 at Texas 3. Tommy John pitched a complete game as the 74 Los Angeles Dodgers won in dramatic fashion over the 74 Texas Rangers by a score of 4 to 3 at Arlington Stadium. 74 Los Angeles erupted with the game winning runs in the top of the 9th inning with 2 runs on 4 hits. Steve Yeager led off and started the attack as he laced a base-knock. Ron Cey followed and he delivered a one-base hit. After an out was recorded, Dave Lopes stepped in and he drew a walk. Bill Buckner was up next and he doubled scoring two baserunners. 74 Los Angeles had 11 hits for the afternoon. John(1-0) picked up the complete game victory, allowing 3 runs. The loss was charged to Steve Hargan(0-1) in relief.

#4 Dodgers 1 at Texas 5. Left fielder Tom Grieve blasted 2 homeruns and Fergie Jenkins went the distance as the 74 Texas Rangers defeated the 74 Los Angeles Dodgers by the score of 5 to 1 at Arlington Stadium. 74 Texas took the lead for keeps in the bottom of the 5th inning scoring one runner. Despite losing, 74 Los Angeles out-hit 74 Texas 11 to 6. Jenkins(2-0), allowing 1 run for the game, picked up the victory. Andy Messersmith(0-2) was given the loss. He allowed 5 runs and 5 hits in 6 and 2/3 innings.

#5 Dodgers 5 at Texas 3. Don Sutton limited the Rangers to just 8 hits and DH Lee Lacy had two RBI’s to lead the Dodgers. LA got two hits each from Davey Lopes, Jimmy Wynn, Steve Garvey and Willie Crawford as the Dogers offense finally comes alive. Texas now leads the series 3-2 as we head back to LA.

#6 74 Texas 9 at 74 Dodgers 11. The Dodgers force a game 7 as Ron Cey had a homerun,single and 4 RBI’s to lead the Dodgers to victory. Doug Rau was solid for 6.1 to win the game. Jackie Brown was hit for 4 runs in only 4 innings as the Dodgers hammered Brown, Hargan and Foucault. Dave Lopes , Steve Garvey and Steve Yeager each had 2 RBI’s.

#7 74 Texas 2 at 74 Dodgers 4. Steve Yeager hits a two run home run in the bottom of the 7th to give the Dodgers a big 3-2 lead. Bill Buckner adds a solo shot in the 8th and the Dodgers comeplete a remarkable comeback winning the series 4-3. Andy Messersmith 1-2 tossed a 4 hitter for the win. Fergie Jenkins picks up his first loss 2-1.

1974 Dodgers win the series 4-3

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70 Baltimore at 70 Cincinnati

#1 Baltimore 6 at Cincinnati 8 . Bernie Carbo left the yard as the 70 CINCINNATI Reds pulled out a win over the 70 BALTIMORE Orioles by a score of 8 to 6 at Riverfront Stadium. 70 CINCINNATI had the winning rally in the bottom of the 9th inning with 2 runs on 2 hits. Tony Perez led off and he hit a single. Johnny Bench was next and he bombed a two-run dinger (his 1st of the season) making 70 CINCINNATI victorious to the delight of the the home town crowd. This was a game of many highs and lows for the home town fans, as the lead kept changing – 6 times in all. Gary Nolan(1-0) went 2/3 of an inning allowing no runs for the victory. Pete Richert(0-1) was tagged with the loss in relief. He allowed 2 runs and 4 hits in 1/3 of an inning.

#2 Baltimore 3 at Cincinnati 5. Dave Concepcion’s key two run single in the bottom of the 8th breaks a 3-3 tie and gives the Reds a big come from behind 5-3 win to take a 2-0 series lead. Dave McNally 0-1 gave up 7 hits and 4 runs to take the loss. Jim Merritt was strong for 7 innings for the Reds, but Wayne Granger came in to pick up the win.

#3 Cincinnati 5 at Baltimore 1 . Gary Nolan tossed a gem as the Reds take a commanding 3-0 series lead. Mike Cuellar picked up the loss.

#4. Cincinnati 8 at Baltimore 4. Center fielder Bob Tolan had 4 hits and scored 4 times and Wayne Simpson tossed a complete game as the 70 CINCINNATI Reds beat the 70 BALTIMORE Orioles by a score of 8 to 4. Simpson(1-0) gave 70 CINCINNATI a solid outing. He surrendered 7 hits and 7 walks in 9 innings. 70 CINCINNATI managed 10 in their victory. The loss was charged to Jim Palmer(0-1). He pitched 6 innings allowing 7 hits and 1 walk.

1970 Cincinnati Reds win the series 4-0

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1969 New York Mets at 1972 Houston Astros

#1 NY Mets 8 at Houston 4. Tom Seaver was able to finish what he started and was credited with a complete game and first baseman Ed Kranepool had 4 hits and 3 RBI as the 69 Mets defeated the 72 Houston Astros by the score of 7 to 4 at The Astrodome. Seaver(1-0) gave a fine effort for 69 NEW YORK M. He went 9 innings allowing 9 hits and 2 walks and surrendered 2 homeruns. 69 NEW YORK M banged out 12 on the night. Don Wilson(0-1) took the loss. He was hit hard and gave up 10 hits and 3 walks in 7 innings.

#2 NY Mets 1 at Houston 3. Larry Dierker tossed a 7 hitter for the win and Roger Metzger and Lee May each had two hits to lead the Houston attack. Jerry Koosman took the loss for the Mets.

#3 Houston 8 at NY Mets 4 (10 innings). Jim Wynn went 4/5 with 3 RBI’s to lead the Houston Astros to a win over the Mets. Jerry Reuss started for the Astros and Gary Gentry started for the Mets.

#4 Houston 3 at NY Mets 2 . Don Wilson tosses a complete game four hitter for the win and outdueled Tom Seaver. Lee May led the Astros attack by going 2/3 with an RBI.

#5 Houston 9 at NY Mets 10. Second baseman Ken Boswell hit 2 doubles and had 2 RBI at the ballpark as the 69 New York Mets beat the 72 Houston Astros by the count of 10 to 9. New York jumped out to the early lead in the first inning as they scored 2 runs on 2 base hits. The critical plate appearance was by Art Shamsky who made the home-town crowd a happy bunch when he blasted a two-run home run (his 2nd of the season). 72 Houston threatened in the 9th but New York was able to put down the rally. The win went to Ron Taylor(1-0) who allowed no runs in 4 and 1/3 innings. Taylor got relief help from Tug McGraw who gained credit for his 1st save. Larry Dierker(1-1) was the losing pitcher.

#6 NY Mets 2 at Houston 1. Gary Gentry had a strong outing as the 69 New York N Mets defeated the 72 Houston Astros by a score of 2 to 1 at the ballpark. New York brought 1 run across the plate in the 7th inning. Wayne Garrett tripled. Rod Gaspar stepped up to the plate and he worked the squeeze play to perfection scoring the run. New York had only 5 hits for the night. The victory went to Gentry(1-0) who went 6 innings, allowing 1 run. Don Cardwell earned his 1st save. Jerry Reuss(0-1) was the loser. He struck out 11 batters in 8 innings despite losing the game.

#7 NY Mets 0 at Houston 1. Don Wilson reeled off a total of 13 strikeouts at the ballpark as the Houston Astros won in their last at-bat beating the 69 New York N Mets by the count of 1 to 0. Houston scored the deciding run in the bottom of the 9th inning. Jim Wynn lofted a solo-blast ‘downtown’ (his 2nd of the season) giving 72 Houston the win much to the delight of the home town crowd. Both teams totaled 6 on the night. Wilson(2-0) was credited with the shutout. Tom Seaver(0-2) was hit with the loss. When asked about his strikeout total for the game, Wilson offered, ‘The fan’s really got into it. It is fun to see them tally up the strikeout totals up there in the stands. Fortunately, I kept them busy tonight – of course, it would be all for naught without the ‘W’.’

1969 Houston Astros win the series 4-3


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1969 Chicago Cubs at 1969 Atlanta Braves

#1. Cubs 1 at Atlanta 11. Hank Aaron connected with a ‘big fly’ and had 4 RBI and Phil Niekro pitched a complete game as the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES man-handled the 69 CHICAGO CUBS – the final score was 11 to 1. It was a good day for 69 ATLANTA thanks to Aaron. He doubled resulting in a run in the 4th inning and lofted a three-run bomb (his 1st of the season) in the 7th inning. 69 ATLANTA managed 12 in their victory. Niekro(1-0), allowing 1 run for the game, picked up the victory. Bill Hands(0-1) suffered the loss. He gave up 6 hits and no walks in 6 innings.

#2. Cubs 7 at Atlanta 6 . Ernie Banks and Don Kessinger each had two hits and two RBI’s to lead the Cubs attack to tie the series. Fergie Jenkins picked up the win and Ron Reed took the loss.

#3. Atlanta 6 at Chicago Cubs 5 . Britton 1-0 picks up the win, and Regan 0-1 picks up the loss.

#4. Atlanta 2 at Chicago Cubs 6. The Cubs come back to tie the series at 2 games each as Bill Hands takes the win and Braves ace Phil Niekro picks up the loss.

#5.Atlanta 4 at Chicago Cubs 2. Ron Reed was able to finish what he started and was credited with a complete game at Wrigley Field where the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES beat the 69 CHICAGO CUBS 4 to 2. ATLANTA had 2 runs cross the plate in the top of the 4th inning with the help of 3 hits. Felipe Alou led off and he smacked a single. Rico Carty stepped up to the plate and he lined a base-hit. After an out was recorded,Orlando Cepeda stepped in and he was walked intentionally to load the bases.Clete Boyer followed and he banged out a single scoring two teammates. CHICAGO could do no damage in the bottom of the 9th. The victory was credited to Reed(1-1) who went the distance, allowing 2 runs. Fergie Jenkins(1-1) took the loss.He allowed 4 runs and 7 hits in 7 innings.

#6. 1969 Cubs 6 at 1969 Atlanta 4.

In a good matchup it was the 69 CHICAGO CUBS 6, the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES 4 at Turner Field. CHICAGO went ahead for good in the top of the 2nd inning when they scored 2 runs on 2 hits. The crucial at-bat was provided by Jim Hickman who deflated the crowd as he smashed a two-run homer (his 2nd of the season).ATLANTA threatened in the 9th but CHICAGO was able to put down the rally. Ken Holtzman(1-0) went 6 and 2/3 innings allowing 3 runs for the victory. Ted Abernathy recorded the save, his 1st. Pat Jarvis(0-1) was hit with the loss.

#7. Chicago Cubs 0 at 69 Atlanta Braves 1

Phil Niekro carried a no-hitter into the 9th inning as the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES defeated the 69 CHICAGO CUBS 1 to 0 at Turner Field. Niekro was simply too much for the 69 CHICAGO. He didn’t allow much, just 1 hit and 2 walks in 9 innings lowering his ERA from 3.71 to 2.42. The right-handed lost his chance for a no-hitter when Don Kessinger singled with one out in the 9th inning. CHICAGO made it exciting in the 9th, but they were unable to push the needed runs across.

ATLANTA BRAVES WIN THE BEST OF SEVEN SERIES 4-3


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1969 Baltimore Orioles at 1969 Minnesota Twins …

#1. Baltimore 0 at Minnesota 17. Minnesota hammers Jim Palmer and three other Oriole relievers in taking game one. Jim Perry was superb for the Twins allowing only 6 hits. Palmer allowed six runs in just two innings , along with seven hits. Harmon Killebrew was 2/4 with two homeruns.

#2. Baltimore 3 at Minnesota 1 {13 innings}. Mike Cuellar vs Dave Bosworth. Brooks Robinson ties the game at 1-1 with a solo shot in the ninth inning with two outs. Eddie Watt ook over for Cuellar and was dominant in extra innings tossing 4 1/3 shutout innings giving up just two hits. Paul Blair is the hero hitting a two run shot off of Bob Miller in the top of the 13th inning to win it for the Orioles

#3. Minnesota 6 at Baltimore 4. Jim Kaat vs. Dave McNally. Harmon Killebrew hit a two run home run and Jim Kaat had a two run single in the first inning to lead the Twins to victory. FRank Robinson went deep for the Orioles and was also 4-5 with 2 RBI’s . Twins lead the series 2-1

#4. Minnesota 3 at Baltimore 1. Jim Palmer and Gaylord Perry were locked in a great pitching duel until Harmen Killebrew went deep with Rod Carew on base. Killebrew added another RBI with a bases loaded walk. Twins take control of the series. Twins lead the series 3-1

#5. Baltimore 0 at Minnesota 4. Right fielder Tony Oliva had 2 base hits as the MINNESOTA club defeated the BALTIMORE team by the score of 4 to 0 at the ballpark. MINNESOTA jumped out to the early lead in the first inning scoring 3 runs utilizing 3 base hits. After an out was recorded, Rod Carew started the attack as he laced a single. Oliva was next and he hit a single. Harmon Killebrew then hit a deep fly knocking in a run. Rich Reese stepped in and he cracked a two-run shot (his 1st of the season). That early run support was enough for Dave Boswell(1-0) and MINNESOTA. After the 2nd inning, neither team was able to score. Mike Cuellar(0-1) absorbed the loss. He gave up 4 runs and 7 hits in 6 innings.

69 Minnesota wins the best of seven series 4-1.





#1. 1971 Pittsburgh 5 at 1969 Seattle Pilots 1 

1]BOXSCORE: 1971 PITTSBURGH Pit-NL At 1969 SEATTLE Sea-AL


[1]  Pit-NL                   AB  R  H RBI   Sea-AL                   AB  R  H RBI
  D.Cash 2B                 4  1  2  1    S.Hovley LF               4  0  0  0 
  A.Oliver CF               5  0  0  0    W.Comer CF                4  0  0  0 
  R.Clemente RF             5  2  1  1    M.Hegan RF                4  0  1  0 
  W.Stargell LF             5  1  4  2    D.Mincher 1B              4  0  1  0 
  R.Hebner 3B               5  0  0  0    G.McNertney C             4  0  0  0 
  B.Robertson 1B            4  0  2  0    T.Harper 2B               4  0  1  0 
  M.Sanguillen C            5  1  3  1    J.Kennedy 3B              2  1  1  0 
  G.Alley SS                3  0  0  0    R.Oyler SS                2  0  0  0 
  S.Blass P                 1  0  0  0  A-S.Whitaker PH             1  0  1  0 
  B.Moose P                 1  0  0  0  C-R.Clark SS                0  0  0  0 
  D.Giusti P                1  0  0  0    D.Segui P                 2  0  0  0 
                                          B.Locker P                0  0  0  0 
                                        B-J.Pagliaroni PH           1  0  0  0 
                                          J.O'Donoghue P            0  0  0  0 
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
[1]         Totals            39  5 12  5           Totals            32  1  5  0


A-Pinch Hit For Oyler In 7th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Locker In 7th Inning
C-Subbed Defensively (SS) For Whitaker In 8th Inning


INJURY: Steve Blass INJURED (for 3 more games) in 3rd inning
INJURY: Jim Pagliaroni INJURED (for 3 more games) in 7th inning


Pit-NL.......... 0 0 0  0 1 1  2 0 1  -  5 12  2
Sea-AL.......... 0 0 0  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  1  5  2


[1]Pit-NL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
S.Blass                   2       1   0   0   0   0   0  28
B.Moose WIN               4 2/3   3   1   0   1   2   0  62
D.Giusti SAVE             2 1/3   1   0   0   0   1   0  39
[1]Totals                    9       5   1   0   1   3   0


[1]Sea-AL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
D.Segui LOSS              6 2/3  10   4   4   3   3   0 123
B.Locker                  0 1/3   1   0   0   0   0   0   8
J.O'Donoghue              2       1   1   0   0   2   0  23
[1]Totals                    9      12   5   4   3   5   0

#2. Pittsburgh 10 at SEattle 0. bob Robertson and Richie Hebner each hit a two run blast and lead the Pirates to an easy win over the Pilots. Dock Ellis tossed a four hit shutout for the Pirates as they lead the series 2-0.

BOXSCORE: 1971 PITTSBURGH Pit-NL At 1969 SEATTLE Sea-AL


  Pit-NL                   AB  R  H RBI   Sea-AL                   AB  R  H RBI
  D.Cash 2B                 5  1  3  2    T.Harper 2B               4  0  1  0 
  A.Oliver CF               5  1  1  2    S.Hovley LF               4  0  0  0 
  R.Clemente RF             3  1  0  0    M.Hegan RF                4  0  0  0 
  W.Stargell LF             4  1  1  2    D.Mincher 1B              3  0  0  0 
  R.Hebner 3B               4  1  1  2    W.Comer CF                2  0  1  0 
  B.Robertson 1B            4  1  1  2    G.McNertney C             4  0  1  0 
  M.Sanguillen C            4  1  1  0    J.Kennedy 3B              3  0  0  0 
  G.Alley SS                4  1  0  0    R.Oyler SS                3  0  1  0 
  D.Ellis P                 3  2  1  0    G.Brabender P             2  0  0  0 
                                          J.Bouton P                0  0  0  0 
                                          M.Pattin P                1  0  0  0 
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         Totals            36 10  9 10           Totals            30  0  4  0




Pit-NL.......... 0 0 2  0 0 2  1 5 0  - 10  9  1
Sea-AL.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  0


Pit-NL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
D.Ellis WIN               9       4   0   0   3   8   0 119
Totals                    9       4   0   0   3   8   0


Sea-AL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
G.Brabender LOSS          6       4   5   5   5   4   2 117
J.Bouton                  1       4   5   5   3   0   0  36
M.Pattin                  2       1   0   0   0   2   0  21
Totals                    9       9  10  10   8   6   2

 

#3. Seattle Pilots 4 at Pittsburgh 8. The Pirates jump all over Grebnar in the first and score 5 runs. They then cruise to an easy 8-3 victory in game 3 back in Pittsburgh. Pirates now lead the series 3-0.

[1]BOXSCORE: 1969 SEATTLE Sea-AL At 1971 PITTSBURGH Pit-NL


[1]  Sea-AL                   AB  R  H RBI   Pit-NL                   AB  R  H RBI
  T.Harper 3B               5  0  2  1    D.Cash 2B                 4  1  1  0 
  S.Hovley RF               5  0  1  0    A.Oliver CF               4  2  2  0 
  W.Comer CF                4  0  0  0    R.Clemente RF             4  2  3  1 
  T.Davis LF                3  1  0  0    W.Stargell LF             3  1  0  1 
  D.Mincher 1B              3  1  2  0    R.Hebner 3B               4  1  2  2 
  G.McNertney C             4  1  2  0    B.Robertson 1B            4  0  1  1 
  J.Donaldson 2B            4  1  1  1    M.Sanguillen C            3  0  1  1 
  R.Oyler SS                3  0  0  0    G.Alley SS                4  0  0  0 
C-S.Whitaker PH             0  0  0  1    N.Briles P                3  1  1  0 
  J.Gelnar P                0  0  0  0    B.Miller P                0  0  0  0 
  J.O'Donoghue P            2  0  0  0  B-R.Stennett PH             1  0  0  0 
A-M.Hegan PH                1  0  0  0    D.Giusti P                0  0  0  0 
  B.Locker P                0  0  0  0    L.Walker P                0  0  0  0 
D-J.Pagliaroni PH           1  0  0  1                                         
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[1]         Totals            35  4  8  4           Totals            34  8 11  6


A-Pinch Hit For O'Donoghue In 7th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Miller In 8th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Oyler In 9th Inning
D-Pinch Hit For Locker In 9th Inning


Sea-AL.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 4  -  4  8  0
Pit-NL.......... 5 2 0  0 0 0  1 0    -  8 11  1


[1]Sea-AL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
J.Gelnar LOSS             1 1/3   7   7   7   2   2   0  56
J.O'Donoghue              4 2/3   2   0   0   1   4   0  56
B.Locker                  2       2   1   1   0   0   0  32
[1]Totals                    8      11   8   8   3   6   0


[1]Pit-NL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
N.Briles WIN              6 2/3   5   0   0   0   6   0  98
B.Miller                  1 1/3   0   0   0   0   2   0  16
D.Giusti                  0       2   4   4   2   0   0  24
L.Walker                  1       1   0   0   0   0   0  11
[1]Totals                    9       8   4   4   2   8   0

#4. Seattle 5 at Pittsburgh 6. Al Oliver hits a 2 run pinch hit home run in the bottom of the seventh off of Bob Locker to give the Pirates a big 6-5 led. Bob Miller came in to hold off the Pilots and the Pirates sweep the Pilots in four games.

[1]BOXSCORE: 1969 SEATTLE Sea-AL At 1971 PITTSBURGH Pit-NL


[1]  Sea-AL                   AB  R  H RBI   Pit-NL                   AB  R  H RBI
  T.Harper 3B               5  1  3  0    G.Clines CF               2  1  0  0 
  S.Hovley LF               4  1  3  1  B-A.Oliver PH,CF            1  1  1  2 
  M.Hegan RF                5  0  3  1    D.Cash 3B,2B              4  0  1  0 
  D.Mincher 1B              4  0  0  0    R.Clemente RF             4  1  1  2 
  W.Comer CF                4  0  1  0    W.Stargell LF             4  0  0  0 
  G.McNertney C             4  1  0  0    B.Robertson 1B            4  2  3  2 
  J.Donaldson 2B            4  0  0  0    M.Sanguillen C            4  0  1  0 
  R.Oyler SS                3  1  0  0    B.Mazeroski 2B            2  0  1  0 
C-J.Pagliaroni PH           1  0  0  0    B.Miller P                1  0  0  0 
E-G.Gil SS                  0  0  0  0    J.Hernandez SS            4  0  0  0 
  G.Brunet P                3  1  1  2    B.Johnson P               1  0  0  0 
  B.Locker P                0  0  0  0    B.Kison P                 0  0  0  0 
D-S.Whitaker PH             1  0  1  0  A-R.Hebner 3B               2  1  1  0 
  S.Barber P                0  0  0  0                                         
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
[1]         Totals            38  5 12  4           Totals            33  6  9  6


A-Subbed Defensively (3B) For Kison In 7th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Clines In 7th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Oyler In 8th Inning
D-Pinch Hit For Locker In 8th Inning
E-Subbed Defensively (SS) For Pagliaroni In 8th Inning


Sea-AL.......... 0 0 0  5 0 0  0 0 0  -  5 12  1
Pit-NL.......... 0 1 2  0 0 1  2 0    -  6  9  4


[1]Sea-AL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
G.Brunet                  5 1/3   5   4   4   2   4   3  91
B.Locker LOSS BS          1 2/3   2   2   2   1   0   1  30
S.Barber                  1       2   0   0   0   1   0  18
[1]Totals                    8       9   6   6   3   5   4


[1]Pit-NL                   IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC
B.Johnson                 3 2/3   7   5   0   2   3   0  96
B.Kison                   3       2   0   0   1   1   0  42
B.Miller WIN              2 1/3   3   0   0   0   0   0  23
[1]Totals                    9      12   5   0   3   4   0

Pittsburgh wins best of seven series 4-0


#1. Cincinnati 3 at New York Mets 0
The REds break open a scoreless tie in the top of the eighth with three runs. Garry Nolan picks up the win and Tom Seaver suffers the loss. Tony Perez had a key two run single . Reds lead the series 1-0.

REDS AB  R  H RBI   NY-NL     AB  R  H RBI
  B.Tolan CF     3  0  0  0    B.Harrelson SS     4  0  2  0 
  P.Rose RF 2  1  2  1    F.Millan 2B    3  0  0  0 
  T.Perez 3B     4  1  1  2    R.Staub RF     4  0  1  0 
  J.Bench C 4  0  0  0    C.Jones LF     4  0  2  0 
  L.May 1B   4  0  0  0    W.Garrett 3B   3  0  0  0 
  B.Carbo LF     3  0  0  0    J.Milner 1B    3  0  0  0 
  D.Concepcion SS    4  0  0  0    J.Grote C 4  0  0  0 
  T.Helms 2B     4  0  0  0    D.Hahn CF 2  0  0  0 
  G.Nolan P 4  1  2  0  A-T.Martinez PH 1  0  0  0 
  T.Seaver P     2  0  0  0 
    B-E.Kranepool PH     1  0  0  0 
   -- -- -- ---     -- -- -- ---
Totals     32  3  5  3    Totals     31  0  5  0

A-Pinch Hit For Hahn In 9th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Seaver In 9th Inning

REDS............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 3 0  -  3  5  3
NY-NL........... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  5  2

REDS IP    H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
G.Nolan WIN    9    5   0   0   4   5   0
Totals     9    5   0   0   4   5   0

NY-NL     IP    H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
T.Seaver LOSS 9    5   3   2   3  13   1
Totals     9    5   3   2   3  13   1

#2. Cincinnati 0 at New York Mets 1.
Wayne GArrett hits a single in the bottom of the ninth with men on second and third to drive in the only run of the game to be the hero in this once. Classic pitching duel between Jerry Koosman and Wayne Simpson. Koosman picks up the win going nine innings and only giving up 3 hits along with 6 strikeouts. Series now tied at one game a piece as we move to Cincinnati for games three to five. Series is now tied 1-1.

BOXSCORE: 1970 70 CINCINNATI REDS At 1973 New York NY-NL

  REDS                     AB  R  H RBI   NY-NL                    AB  R  H RBI
  B.Tolan CF                4  0  1  0    B.Harrelson SS            3  0  0  0 
  P.Rose RF                 4  0  1  0    F.Millan 2B               3  0  0  0 
  T.Perez 3B                3  0  0  0    R.Staub RF                3  1  0  0 
  J.Bench C                 3  0  1  0    C.Jones LF                4  0  1  0 
  L.May 1B                  3  0  0  0    W.Garrett 3B              2  0  2  1 
  H.McRae LF                3  0  0  0    J.Milner 1B               2  0  0  0 
  D.Concepcion SS           3  0  0  0    J.Grote C                 3  0  0  0 
  T.Helms 2B                3  0  0  0    D.Hahn CF                 3  0  1  0 
  W.Simpson P               3  0  0  0    J.Koosman P               3  0  0  0 
  D.Gullett P               0  0  0  0                                         
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
         Totals            29  0  3  0           Totals            26  1  4  1


REDS............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  3  0
NY-NL........... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  4  0

REDS                     IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
W.Simpson LOSS            8       3   1   1   6   4   0
D.Gullett                 0       1   0   0   0   0   0
Totals                    8       4   1   1   6   4   0

NY-NL                    IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
J.Koosman WIN             9       3   0   0   0   6   0
Totals                    9       3   0   0   0   6   0

#3. New York Mets 7 at Cincinnati Reds 3. The Mets rally with four runs in the top of the ninth as Don Gullett could not shut the door. Cleon Jones hits a key two run single to break open the 3-3 tie and the Mets chip in two after his key hit. George Stone goes nine innings for the win and Don Merrit takes the loss.Mets now lead the series two games to one.

BOXSCORE: 1973 New York NY-NL At 1970 70 CINCINNATI REDS


  NY-NL                    AB  R  H RBI   REDS                     AB  R  H RBI
  F.Millan 2B               5  1  1  1    B.Tolan CF                4  0  2  0 
  C.Jones LF                4  1  1  2    P.Rose RF                 4  1  3  0 
  J.Milner 1B               4  0  1  2    T.Perez 3B                4  0  1  1 
  R.Staub RF                5  0  0  0    J.Bench C                 4  1  0  0 
  W.Mays CF                 4  0  2  0    L.May 1B                  4  1  3  1 
  W.Garrett 3B              4  1  2  0    H.McRae LF                4  0  1  1 
  J.Grote C                 4  1  1  0    D.Concepcion SS           4  0  0  0 
  B.Harrelson SS            4  1  2  1    T.Helms 2B                3  0  0  0 
  G.Stone P                 3  2  1  1  A-B.Carbo PH                1  0  1  0 
                                          J.Merritt P               3  0  0  0 
                                          D.Gullett P               0  0  0  0 
                                          C.Carroll P               0  0  0  0 
                                        B-T.Cline PH                1  0  0  0 
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
         Totals            37  7 11  7           Totals            36  3 11  3


A-Pinch Hit For Helms In 9th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Carroll In 9th Inning


NY-NL........... 0 0 0  0 3 0  0 0 4  -  7 11  1
REDS............ 0 0 0  2 1 0  0 0 0  -  3 11  0


NY-NL                    IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
G.Stone WIN               9      11   3   2   0   5   0
Totals                    9      11   3   2   0   5   0


REDS                     IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
J.Merritt LOSS            8       7   4   4   2   5   1
D.Gullett                 0 1/3   3   3   3   1   1   0
C.Carroll                 0 2/3   1   0   0   0   0   0
Totals                    9      11   7   7   3   6   1

#4. NY Mets 1 at Cincinatti 5 Gary Nolan pitches a complete game and dominates the MEts and the big Red Machine gets to Tom SEaver for 5 runs in 5 innings in evening up the series with the Mets. Series is now tied at 2-2.

#5. NY Mets 13 at Cincinnati 2. John Milner hits a grand slam home run in the top of the fourth to rip open a 3-0 lead and send the Mets to a big win. Jim McGlothlin did not have his good stuff as he got hit for 3 runs in the first and three more in the fourth to take the loss. Mets now have a big 3-2 series lead heading back to NY . NY Mets now lead the series 3-2.

BOXSCORE: 1973 New York NY-NL At 1970 70 CINCINNATI REDS


  NY-NL                    AB  R  H RBI   REDS                     AB  R  H RBI
  B.Harrelson SS            4  2  2  0    B.Tolan CF                5  0  0  0 
  F.Millan 2B               5  3  2  1    P.Rose RF                 4  0  0  0 
  R.Staub RF                3  2  1  1    T.Perez 3B                3  1  2  1 
  C.Jones LF                3  1  0  2    J.Bench C                 4  0  1  0 
  W.Garrett 3B              5  1  1  2    L.May 1B                  3  0  0  0 
  J.Milner 1B               6  2  3  4    H.McRae LF                4  1  1  1 
  J.Grote C                 5  0  1  0    D.Concepcion SS           4  0  1  0 
  D.Hahn CF                 4  1  2  1    T.Helms 2B                4  0  2  0 
  J.Koosman P               4  1  1  1    J.McGlothlin P            0  0  0  0 
                                          W.Granger P               0  0  0  0 
                                        A-B.Carbo PH                1  0  0  0 
                                          T.Cloninger P             0  0  0  0 
                                        B-J.Stewart PH              1  0  1  0 
                                          D.Gullett P               0  0  0  0 
                                        C-T.Cline PH                1  0  0  0 
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
         Totals            39 13 13 12           Totals            34  2  8  2


A-Pinch Hit For Granger In 5th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Cloninger In 7th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Gullett In 9th Inning


NY-NL........... 3 0 0  4 0 0  0 0 6  - 13 13  1
REDS............ 0 0 0  0 0 2  0 0 0  -  2  8  3


NY-NL                    IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
J.Koosman WIN             9       8   2   2   2   4   2
Totals                    9       8   2   2   2   4   2


REDS                     IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
J.McGlothlin LOSS         3 1/3   7   6   6   5   0   0
W.Granger                 1 2/3   1   1   1   1   1   1
T.Cloninger               2       1   0   0   1   2   0
D.Gullett                 2       4   6   4   4   3   0
Totals                    9      13  13  11  11   6   1

#6. Cincinnati 6 at NY Mets 7 (10 innings) .
John Milner hit two home runs to give the Mets a big lead. But the Reds came back, Johnny Bench hit a key two run shot in the top of the 9th to tie it. But Jerry Grote his a single to win it in extra innings.

BOXSCORE: 1970 70 CINCINNATI REDS At 1973 New York NY-NL


  REDS                     AB  R  H RBI   NY-NL                    AB  R  H RBI
  B.Tolan CF                5  2  3  2    B.Harrelson SS            5  0  2  1 
  P.Rose RF                 4  1  1  1    F.Millan 2B               4  0  1  0 
  T.Perez 3B                4  0  2  1    R.Staub RF                3  2  2  0 
  J.Bench C                 5  1  2  2    C.Jones LF                5  1  0  0 
  L.May 1B                  5  0  1  0    W.Garrett 3B              3  1  0  0 
  H.McRae LF                3  0  0  0    J.Milner 1B               5  3  4  6 
B-T.Cline PH                1  0  0  0    J.Grote C                 5  0  1  0 
  C.Carroll P               0  0  0  0    D.Hahn CF                 5  0  1  0 
  W.Granger P               0  0  0  0    J.Matlack P               3  0  0  0 
  D.Concepcion SS           4  0  1  0    R.Sadecki P               1  0  0  0 
  T.Helms 2B                3  0  0  0    H.Parker P                0  0  0  0 
C-J.Stewart PH              1  1  1  0  E-R.Hodges PH               1  0  1  0 
D-W.Woodward 2B             0  0  0  0                                         
  W.Simpson P               2  0  0  0                                         
  D.Gullett P               0  0  0  0                                         
A-B.Carbo PH,LF             2  1  1  0                                         
                           -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---
         Totals            39  6 12  6           Totals            40  7 12  7


A-Pinch Hit For Gullett In 8th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For McRae In 8th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Helms In 9th Inning
D-Subbed Defensively (2B) For Stewart In 9th Inning
E-Pinch Hit For Parker In 10th Inning


REDS............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 4 2  0 -  6 12  1
NY-NL........... 2 0 3  0 0 1  0 0 0  1 -  7 12  0


REDS                     IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
W.Simpson                 6 1/3   7   6   4   4   6   2
D.Gullett                 0 2/3   0   0   0   0   1   0
C.Carroll LOSS            2 1/3   4   1   1   1   2   0
W.Granger                 0       1   0   0   0   0   0
Totals                    9 1/3  12   7   5   5   9   2


NY-NL                    IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
J.Matlack                 7 1/3   8   3   3   1   6   0
R.Sadecki                 1 1/3   4   3   3   0   1   2
H.Parker WIN              1 1/3   0   0   0   0   0   0
Totals                   10      12   6   6   1   7   2

NY METS WIN THE BEST OF SEVEN SERIES 4-2.



1974 DODGERS AT 1976 KC ROYALS

#1. Dodgers at KC Royals


1969 ATLANTA BRAVES , 1969 MINNESOTA TWINS

Game 1. Atlanta 9 at Minnesota 3.

Phil Niekro tossed a complete game at Metrodome as the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES beat the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS by the count of 9 to 3.
Hank Aaron had a big day with his bat. He rifled a three-run blast (his 3rd of the season) in the 3rd inning, doubled in the 5th inning and lashed a single scoring two baserunners in the 7th inning. 69 ATLANTA had a total of 10 hits for the game.
Niekro(3-1) picked up the complete game victory, allowing 3 runs. Jim Perry(0-1) took the loss. He was not very effective, surrendering 6 runs in 4 and 1/3 innings.

#2. Atlanta 1 at Minnesota 12. Series tied 1-1. Harmon Killebrew lofted one into the ‘cheap seats’ and had 4 RBI and Dave Boswell allowed 69 MINNESOTA’s manager to rest his bullpen, tossing a complete game as the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS smashed the overmatched 69 ATLANTA BRAVES, 12 to 1.
Boswell(1-0) had a solid outing for 69 MINNESOTA. He went 9 innings allowing 7 hits and 2 walks. The 69 MINNESOTA offense poured it on, scoring in 7 of the 9 innings.
Ron Reed(1-2) was the losing pitcher. His ERA increased from 4.50 to 4.91 as he allowed 6 runs in 6 innings.

#3. Minnesota 4 at Atlanta 1. Minnesota lead the series 2-1.
. The 69 MINNESOTA TWINS scored 4 runs in the 1st inning and defeated the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES by a score of 4 to 1 at Turner Field.
69 MINNESOTA scored all of the necessary runs in the 1st inning scoring 4 runners on 3 hits. That was all Jim Kaat(1-0) needed. 69 MINNESOTA managed only 6 on the afternoon.
Ron Perranoski earned the save, his 1st. Pat Jarvis(0-2) took the loss. He was the victim of a defensive lapse and did not allow an earned run in the game.

#4. Minnesota 0 at Atlanta 4. Series tied 2-2. Sonny Jackson had 2 base hits and 2 RBI and Phil Niekro came through with a solid 9 innings as the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES beat the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS by a score of 4 to 0.
69 ATLANTA went ahead for good in the 6th inning when they tallied 2 runs on 3 hits. The crucial at-bat was provided by Felix Millan who thrilled the crowd when he ripped a base-knock which was good for two runs. 69 ATLANTA had just 6 hits for the afternoon.
It was the 2nd shutout of the year for Niekro(4-1). Jim Perry(0-2) took the loss. ‘When Niekro is on like that it is a tough game to play, no doubt about it,’ 69 MINNESOTA’s manager said. ‘He always pitches well against us.’

#5. Minnesota 1 at Atlanta 2. Milt Pappas(1-0) and Dave Boswell(1-1) locked horns in a pitcher’s duel with Pappas and the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES coming out on top of the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS 2 to 1. Pappas had a solid outing for 69 ATLANTA. He allowed 5 hits and 2 walks in 6 and 2/3 innings. 69 ATLANTA out-hit 69 MINNESOTA for the game, 11 hits to 5. Cecil Upshaw recorded the save, his 1st. Hank Aaron picked up the key game winning rbi and had two hits.

#6. Atlanta Braves 2 at Minnesota Twins 3. Rich Reese had two home runs including a key two run blast in the bottom of the eigth to give the Twins a huge win in game six when things looked in doubt. Tom Hall and Ron Reed were both hooked up in a tight pitching duel. Rich Reese slammed 2 homeruns and had 3 RBI as the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS outscored the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES 3 to 2. Reese made sure the 69 MINNESOTA fans enjoyed themselves. He smashed a solo-shot out of the park in the 2nd inning and cleared the fences for a two-run home run (his 2nd of the season) in the 8th inning. 69 MINNESOTA out-hit 69 ATLANTA for the game, 10 hits to 6. Bob Miller(1-0) got the win allowing no runs in 1 inning. Ron Perranoski gained credit for his 2nd save. Ron Reed(1-3) was given the loss.

#7. Atlanta 6 at Minnesota 1. Phil Niekro came through with a solid 9 innings and Rico Carty slammed a homerun and had 3 RBI as the 69 ATLANTA BRAVES defeated the 69 MINNESOTA TWINS by a score of 6 to 1 at Metrodome. 69 ATLANTA scored 3 runs in the 3rd inning when they had 4 base hits. That early run support was enough for Niekro(5-1) and 69 ATLANTA. 69 ATLANTA managed 10 in their victory. Jim Perry(0-3) was hit with the loss. He allowed 6 runs and 10 hits in 7 innings. ‘I’ve been working on a few things in my delivery, and I think I’m hitting a good groove.’ Niekro said after the game. ‘I’m ready to start another game tomorrow!’

Atlanta wins the best of seven series 4-3


1971 PIRATES VS 1973 METS

1. Pittsburgh 2 at New York 1 Steve Blass and Tom Seaver were both outstanding in this game. But Willie STargell and Al Oliver had key hits and RBI’s to lead the Pirates to a game one victory.

#2. Pittsburgh 1 at NY Mets 6. Jerry Koosman tosses a gem giving up just seven hits over nine innings, and Cleon Jones and Wayne GArrett eacg had two RBI’s as the Mets take game two. The series is now tied 1-1 going back to Pittsburgh for three games.
#3. NY Mets at Pittsburgh.



Winner is to face first tournament victor the 65 LA DODGE

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