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Tall Tactician wrote:
glewis wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

In a 10 inning affair Tommy Harper hits for the cycle as the Red Sox beat the Tigers 6-5.

Harper was 4 for 5, scoring 3 runs with 2 stolen bases.

Harper started his cycle with a 1st inning lead off home run, singled in the 3rd, doubled in the 5th, struck out in the 7th and then led off the 10th with a triple and scored on the Aparicio squeeze for the win.

This is the 3rd cycle for my 1973 replay.


 1973 was a great season for Harper (Red Sox record for stolen bases w/ 54), glad to see he got the cycle.


Congrats to Harper on his cycle -- and to you for your third cycle of the year!!  Always a thrill!


 Thanks guys,

Harper has 40 SB's so far.



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stratfan70 wrote:
Tall Tactician wrote:
glewis wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

In a 10 inning affair Tommy Harper hits for the cycle as the Red Sox beat the Tigers 6-5.

Harper was 4 for 5, scoring 3 runs with 2 stolen bases.

Harper started his cycle with a 1st inning lead off home run, singled in the 3rd, doubled in the 5th, struck out in the 7th and then led off the 10th with a triple and scored on the Aparicio squeeze for the win.

This is the 3rd cycle for my 1973 replay.


 1973 was a great season for Harper (Red Sox record for stolen bases w/ 54), glad to see he got the cycle.


Congrats to Harper on his cycle -- and to you for your third cycle of the year!!  Always a thrill!


 Thanks guys,

Harper has 40 SB's so far.


 Wow! Go Harper! Congrats on the cycle.



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chip71bucs wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
Tall Tactician wrote:
glewis wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

In a 10 inning affair Tommy Harper hits for the cycle as the Red Sox beat the Tigers 6-5.

Harper was 4 for 5, scoring 3 runs with 2 stolen bases.

Harper started his cycle with a 1st inning lead off home run, singled in the 3rd, doubled in the 5th, struck out in the 7th and then led off the 10th with a triple and scored on the Aparicio squeeze for the win.

This is the 3rd cycle for my 1973 replay.


 1973 was a great season for Harper (Red Sox record for stolen bases w/ 54), glad to see he got the cycle.


Congrats to Harper on his cycle -- and to you for your third cycle of the year!!  Always a thrill!


 Thanks guys,

Harper has 40 SB's so far.


 Wow! Go Harper! Congrats on the cycle.


 Thanks chip

Harper's batting line is 15/37/.337.



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stratfan70 wrote:
chip71bucs wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
Tall Tactician wrote:
glewis wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

In a 10 inning affair Tommy Harper hits for the cycle as the Red Sox beat the Tigers 6-5.

Harper was 4 for 5, scoring 3 runs with 2 stolen bases.

Harper started his cycle with a 1st inning lead off home run, singled in the 3rd, doubled in the 5th, struck out in the 7th and then led off the 10th with a triple and scored on the Aparicio squeeze for the win.

This is the 3rd cycle for my 1973 replay.


 1973 was a great season for Harper (Red Sox record for stolen bases w/ 54), glad to see he got the cycle.


Congrats to Harper on his cycle -- and to you for your third cycle of the year!!  Always a thrill!


 Thanks guys,

Harper has 40 SB's so far.


 Wow! Go Harper! Congrats on the cycle.


 Thanks chip

Harper's batting line is 15/37/.337.


Nice! 



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Tommy Davis becomes the 3rd player in this replay to get 6 hits. Davis went 6 for 6 with 5 ribbies and a stolen base. All of Davis' base hits were singles.

The O's beat the Tigers 9-2.

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I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.



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stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


 How do the Indians even show up at the ballpark tomorrow???  Talk about dominating your opponent!



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stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 



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Tall Tactician wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


 How do the Indians even show up at the ballpark tomorrow???  Talk about dominating your opponent!


Gaylord Perry started the game and didn't get pass the 2nd inning.

The Indians lost the next game 6-2.



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seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 


 Yes indeed, a great way to break in the new the SOM room.



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stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 


 Yes indeed, a great way to break in the new the SOM room.


A dedicated SOM Room?  Was that a prerequisite? biggrin 



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seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 


 Yes indeed, a great way to break in the new the SOM room.


A dedicated SOM Room?  Was that a prerequisite? biggrin 


Yes it was!



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stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 


 Yes indeed, a great way to break in the new the SOM room.


A dedicated SOM Room?  Was that a prerequisite? biggrin 


Yes it was!


I can hardly wait for the guided tour. 



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stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


 I have never even had a 7-run game........even in my old old replays, the 1870's-1880's ones, where lost of times a team scored 30+........

6 is my record, done 13 times, twice by Tom "Oyster" Burns in 1882 and 1883.........



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seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:
seajaw wrote:
stratfan70 wrote:

I just completed a game between the Angels & Indians and Three house records went by the wayside. The first is 23 runs scored by one team, the second is 28 hits by one team and 7 runs scored by one player. The Angels defeated the Indians 23-0 on a 2 hit, 12 K shutout by Nolan Ryan. Frank Robinson set the new house record of scoring 7 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks including a homer.

The dice was hot for the Angels, no matter what pitcher I brought in the Angels rolled the hit or walk number.


New house, and you're already setting new records. wink 


 Yes indeed, a great way to break in the new the SOM room.


A dedicated SOM Room?  Was that a prerequisite? biggrin 


Yes it was!


I can hardly wait for the guided tour. 


 It most certainly will be a short one since the move was to a smaller place.



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