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nacster 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.


 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.........


 Before this game my record was 5 done several players.



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A house record was set for the most runs scored in a inning as the Pittsburgh Pirates scored 13 times in the 4th inning against the San Diego Padres.

Al Oliver has a grand slam plus a rbi single, Stargell knocked 3 with a couple of doubles.

The Pirates sent 17 men to the plate. there were 9 base hits, an error, 4 walks and a sf.

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stratfan70 wrote:

A house record was set for the most runs scored in a inning as the Pittsburgh Pirates scored 13 times in the 4th inning against the San Diego Padres.

Al Oliver has a grand slam plus a rbi single, Stargell knocked 3 with a couple of doubles.

The Pirates sent 17 men to the plate. there were 9 base hits, an error, 4 walks and a sf.


 Go Bucs!!

 



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How many pitchers did the Padres throw out there in the Pirates big inning?



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banny wrote:

How many pitchers did the Padres throw out there in the Pirates big inning?


 3 including Kirby the starter, Corkins & Caldewll.



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Bob Montgomery of the Red Sox just hit the 4th cycle in this replay. He was 4 for 5 with 3 ribbies. He also scored three times. All the hits came off his card.

His first AB was a triple on a HR/TR split HR 1-13 TR 14-20 rolled a 15, In his second AB it was a BP homer 1-17 rolled a 1, The third AB was DO 1-7 SI 8-20 rolled a 8 and the double in his 4th AB was a straight double.

Boston won the game 13-4.

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stratfan70 wrote:

Bob Montgomery of the Red Sox just hit the 4th cycle in this replay. He was 4 for 5 with 3 ribbies. He also scored three times. All the hits came off his card.

His first AB was a triple on a HR/TR split HR 1-13 TR 14-20 rolled a 15, In his second AB it was a BP homer 1-17 rolled a 1, The third AB was DO 1-7 SI 8-20 rolled a 8 and the double in his 4th AB was a straight double.

Boston won the game 13-4.


 Monty hit 2 of his 8 career triples in 1973, both in the same week.  June 21st and June 28th.  The first triple was hit off Jim Palmer, the second off Mike Kekich.

Most hardcore fans know of this bit of trivia (I did), but I am posting it anyways............

In 1971, Major League Baseball made it compulsory for all players to wear batting helmets, although active players like Montgomery were allowed to continue batting without one per a grandfather clause. Montgomery opted to utilize this privilege, choosing to strengthen the inside of his cap with protective lining instead.[4] Due to this unique circumstance, Montgomery ended up being the last major league player to bat without wearing a batting helmet when he played his final game on September 9, 1979.[1]



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stratfan70 wrote:

Bob Montgomery of the Red Sox just hit the 4th cycle in this replay. He was 4 for 5 with 3 ribbies. He also scored three times. All the hits came off his card.

His first AB was a triple on a HR/TR split HR 1-13 TR 14-20 rolled a 15, In his second AB it was a BP homer 1-17 rolled a 1, The third AB was DO 1-7 SI 8-20 rolled a 8 and the double in his 4th AB was a straight double.

Boston won the game 13-4.


 Montgomery was an unlikely cycle candidate. Just like Hegan in my last season



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