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Seaver's off to a good start at 2-0 and Kingman may be starting to get the power stroke going



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National   League   Headlines and Results

 

 

                  BRAVES WIN IN 13TH ON HORNER WALKOFF               Atlanta   3   San Diego   2   13 inns

                  EXPOS' SANDERSON TOSSES 3 HIT SHUTOUT              Montreal  2   Chicago  0

                  BUCS SCORE 2 IN TOP OF 9TH TO BEAT ASTROS          Pittsburgh 3  Houston  1

                  ESPINOSA BLANKS METS AS PHILS GET EASY WIN         Philadelphia 7  New York  0

                  2SD STRAIGHT TWO HOMER GAME FOR JACK CLARK         San Francisco 4  Los Angeles  2  14 inns

                  CARDS WIN IN LAUGHER OVER REDS                     St. Louis  10   Cincinnati  2

 

 

 

 

 Game Recaps:      San Diego      0   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   0   0   0   0   1     2   9   0

                   Atlanta        0   0   1   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   2     3  11   2

 

                          The Padres and Braves battled for 12 innings, deadlocked in a 1-1 tie, then in the top of the 13th, Dan Briggs doubled off of Rick Mahler, and two batters later, Jerry Turner also smacked a two bagger, to put San Diego up, 2-1. Joey McLaughlin came in and prevented any further scoring, as Atlanta faced their last chance in the bottom of the 13th, facing Rollie Fingers.  Rowland Office rudely greeted the reliever with a ringing double to right. That brought up Bob Horner, who already had 3 singles in 5 at bats to that point. Horner slammed the game winner into the seats, to give the Fulton County Stadium fans, a thrilling win.

           WP-McLaughlin,J.(1-0)    LP-Fingers(0-1)          HR-S.D: Evans,B.(1),  Atl: Horner(3)

 

 

                    Montreal      0   0   0   0   0   0   1   1   0     2   9   0

                    Chicago       0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0     0   3   0

 

                           Montreal's Scott Sanderson tossed a gem of a game with a 3 hit shutout against the Chicago Cubs. In one of the finest pitched games this year, the Expos' hurler fanned 11, and walked just one, while allowing only 3 singles to the Cubs. Only one batter, Tim Blackwell in the sixth, reached second base. Larry Parrish homered in the 8th for Montreal, and Warren Cromartie doubled in Tony Scott the next inning for the Expos' second run.

            WP-Sanderson(2-1)        LP-McGlothen(2-1)         HR-Mont: Parrish(3)

 

 

          

                     Pittsburgh      0   1   0   0   0   0   0   0   2     3   8   1

                     Houston         0   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   0     1   4   0

 

                            Willie Stargell belted his league leading 6th homer in the top of the second inning to give Pittsburgh the early lead, but Houston would tie the game in the bottom of the 7th, when Bert Blyleven stumbled in the seventh after a terrific start. Blyleven had a no hitter through the first five innings until Danny Walling singled in the sixth. In the seventh, however, Blyleven gave up a leadoff single to Alan Ashby, then after Terry Puhl was retired, Enos Cabell doubled Ashby to third. Blyleven lost Craig Reynolds to a walk, loading the bases. Art Howe singled in Ashby, tying the game, and reloading the bases. Julio Gonzalez pinch hit, but the Pirates infield turned a game saving double play, to get out of the inning.  Pittsburgh would retake the lead in the top of the 9th, when John Milner homered off Randy Niemann. Niemann then walked Phil Garner, and gave up a double to  Steve Nicosa and an rbi single to Tim Foli. Dave Roberts took over for Blyleven, and worked the 8th and 9th for the win. Houston's Jeff Leonard was injured and will be out until April 23rd.

 

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                  New York      0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0     0   3   0

                  Philadelphia  0   1   0   4   0   2   0   0   x     7  10   0

                The Phillies had an easy time of it, beating the Mets, 7-0.  Nino Espinosa earned the shutout win, allowing just 3 hits. Espinosa did walk four batters, but all were stranded. Usually light hitting ss, Bud Harrleson had a big day at the dish, tripling, doubling, scoring twice and driving in two runs. Ray Boone also scored twice, and Bake McBride tripled and singled for the winners. The Mets lost shortstop, Frank Taveras in the first inning to a strained back. He is on the D.L. until, April 25th.

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                   Los Angeles      0   0   0   0   0   0   0   2   0   0   0   0   0   0     2   6   0

                   San Francisco    0   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   1   0   0   0   0   2     4   8   2

 

                    Red hot Jack Clark has been the man for the Giants of late. He had his second straight multi homer game, hitting a solo shot in the 7th, then the game winner off Doug Rau in a 14 inning marathon against their biggest rival, the L.A. Dodgers. The game started out as a pitcher's duel between Don Sutton and Bob Knepper. Clark's homerun in the 7th broke the ice, putting the Giants out front. An error by Johnnie LeMaster the very next inning opened the door for the Dodgers. Dusty Baker reached on a walk, then a Ron Cey single loaded the bases. Frisco played back for the double play, and got it off the bat of Darrell Thomas, but Steve Yeager, who had reached on the error, scored, tying the game. Ted Martinez singled off Knepper to put L.A. on top, 2-1. John Curtis came in to get the crucial last out of the inning.

                    In the bottom of the 9th, Clark lined out to start the inning. That brought up Marc Hill, who had replaced an injured Willie McCovey, whose injured ankle will have him on the shelf until April 29th. That will be a huge loss for the Giants, but their other players will have to step up, and Hill did in a big way, slamming a game tying solo homerun off Charlie Hough. As the game moved deeper into extras, the Dodgers blew several chances, with runners in scoring position in the 11th, 13th and the top of the 14th, but were unable to plate any of those runners. In the last of the 14th, Rau was on the hill for the Dodgers, and he gave up a single to Terry Whitfield to begin the Giants 14th. That brought up Clark, who slammed a Rau offering into the heavy Bay air, for a 2 run game winning homerun, to end the longest N.L. game so far this season.

                  WP-Griffin(1-0)    LP-Rau(0-2)                      HR-S.F: Hill(1), Clark 2(5)

 

               Cincinnati      2   0   0   0   1   0   0   0   0      3   6   1

               St. Louis       2   1   1   0   4   0   1   1   x     10  16   1

                    The St. Louis Cardinals rolled to an easy win, hammering the Reds by a 10-3 score. Every man in the Cards lineup scored at least one run, except for Bernie Carbo. Gary Templeton, Keith Hernandez and Ted Simmons all had 3 hits, with Simmons and Templeton driving in two apiece. The Reds actually got on the board first, when Ken Griffey and Joe Morgan both scored in the first, but the Cards quickly tied the game in the bottom of that inning, and never looked back.

                    WP-Vuckovich(1-1)   LP-LaCoss(1-2)

  National     League     Standings

                                                                East

Team               GM#            W       L        Pct       GB

Pittsburgh          13           10       3       .769        -

Montreal            11            6       5       .545        3

St. Louis           13            6       7       .462        4

Philadelphia        11            5       6       .455        4

Chicago             10            4       6       .400        4.5

New York            10            4       6       .400        4.5

           West

Team                GM#           W       L         Pct        GB

San Francisco       14           10       4        .714         -

Los Angeles         14            9       5        .643         1

Houston             13            7       6        .538         2.5

Cincinnati          14            6       8        .429         4

Atlanta             13            4       9        .308         5.5

San Diego           14            4      10        .286         6

               



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Looks like Pops has designs on winning the MVP as he did IRL

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Nice extra inning battles...one for the top...one for the bottom.

2 shutouts as well. What a day.

The Giants and Bucs are certainly setting the pace.

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The Dodgers are right there.

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April 21st, 1979

National League Headlines and Results

OZZIE'S THREE BAGGER LEADS PADRES OVER BRAVES       San Diego 5  Atlanta 2

CUBS ROUT EXPOS, LED BY BUCKNER SLAM           Chicago  11   Montreal   6

ASTROS COMMIT 4 ERRORS IN LOSS TO BUCS      Pittsburgh  6   Houston   3

BULLPEN FALTERS IN PHILS WIN OVER METS        Philadelphia  5   New York  1

ONE BAD PITCH COSTS HOOTON NO HITTER         Los Angeles  8   San Francisco  1

CARDS USE 3 TRIPLES TO DEFEAT REDS          St. Louis  5     Cincinnati   3

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          San Diego      0   0   1   0   0   0   2   2   0     5   9   0

          Atlanta        0   0   0   1   0   0   1   0   0     2   3   2

          Atlanta-BPI- Ozzie Smith slammed a 2 run triple in the top of the 7th inning, to give the Padres the lead for good, as they went on to beat the Braves, 5-2. Paul Dade scored twice for San Diego, the first, an unearned run in the top of the 3rd on a Dale Murphy error. Atlanta tied it in the fifth when Evan Royster walked, stole second and scored on a Bob Horner single. In the 7th, Dade and pinch hitter, Barry Evans both reached, before Smith's triple cleared the sacks and gave San Diego the lead. Horner brought the Braves a run closer in the last of the 7th with a solo homerun, but then Kurt Bevacqua drove in 2 more runs in the 8th, to put the game away. Bob Shirley, Steve Mura and Mickey Lolich combined to limit Atlanta to just 3 hits.

          WP-Shirley(2-1)   LP-Soloman(1-2)     HR-Atl: Horner(4)

          Montreal      0   0   0   2   0   1   3   0   0     6   15   2

          Chicago       1   0   0   5   2   0   0   3   x    11   13   1

          Chicago-BPI-  There was plenty of offense in this one, with Chicago's Bill Buckner highlighting a 5 run Cubs fourth inning, with a grand slam. The Cubs were actually outhit by the Expos, 15-13, but made more of there hits count, leading 8-2 after five. They staved off a late charge by Montreal, then added 3 in the bottom of the 9th, to clinch it. Buckner had a 5 rbi day, and Barry Foote also homered, with Dave Kingman adding an rbi double in the first. For the Expos, Dave Cash hit a 2 run homer in the fourth, while Warren Cromartie and Andre Dawson smacked back to back triples in the seventh inning.

          WP-Lamp(2-0)   LP-Bahnsen(0-2)   HR-Mont: Cash(1)

                                              Chic: Buckner gs(1), Foote(1)

          Pittsburgh      0   0   0   0   0   1   2   0   3     6   6   0

          Houston         0   0   0   0   0   1   0   0   2     3   8   4

          Houston-BPI- The Astro's kicked this game away, committing 4 errors, 3 of which led to unearned runs for Pittsburgh, as the first place Buccos won again, defeating Houston, 6-3. This was like two separate games, as Joe Niekro and John Candeleria battled each other to a scoreless tie through the first five, with Niekro allowing no hits and two walks in that span. The Pirates got on the board first, when one of two Enos Cabell errors led to a 1-0 Bucs lead in the sixth. Houston would come right back to tie it in the last of the sixth. However, a 2 base error in the top of the seventh by Cesar Cedeno led to 2 more Pirate runs. In the top of the 9th, Dale Berra reached on a single, John Milner also reached base on yet another Astro error, then Willie Stargell did it again, slamming his 7th homerun in April, to put Pittsburgh ahead 6-1. With a big lead, Kent Tekulve came on and gave up 2 runs in the 9th. That oddly enough, erased any chance of Candeleria or Jim Rooker, who was the first reliever, from getting the win, and put Teke, who had a poor outing, in line for the win.

          WP-Tekulve(2-0)   LP- LaCorte(0-1)    HR-Stargell(7)

          New York      1   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0     1   9   1

          Philadelphia  0   0   0   0   1   0   1   3   x     5   5   1

          New York's' Dwight Bernard allowed 4 runs in an inning and a third, as Philadelphia roared back late to beat the Mets, 5-1. Richie Hebner singled in Steve Henderson in the first to give New York the early lead, but the Phils' Manny Trillo tied it with a solo homer in the bottom of the fifth. In the last of the seventh, Greg Luzinski walked and later scored on a Mike Anderson basehit to put the Phillies up by 1. The Mets stayed with Bernard in the 8th. Larry Bowa singled to start the inning and stole second. Garry Maddox grounded out, but Pete Rose walked. Schmidt reached on an error by Hebner, then Luzinski came through again with a 2 run double. Tom Hausman replaced Bernard, and quickly gave up an rbi single to Bob Boone. Despite 9 hits, the Mets could not score a single run after the first.

          WP-Ruthven(1-0)  Bernard(0-1)     HR-Phila: Trillo(2)

          Los Angeles      0   1   0   3   0   1   0   3   0     8   12   1

          San Francisco    0   0   0   0   1   0   0   0   0     1    1   1

          San Francisco-BPI- A hanging curve ball was all that stood between L.A.'s Burt Hooton and a no hit game. Unfortunately the pitch also meant no shutout, as Mike Ivie of the Giants sent it flying into the bleachers, for the only blemish on a masterpiece thrown by Hooton. The Dodger hurler retired the first 12 he faced before Ivie's clout, then with the team perhaps rattled by the homer, Larry Herndon reached, when Ron Cey muffed a chance at third. Hooton quickly regrouped, however, setting down another dozen before finally issuing a walk to Bill North in the 9th inning. Hooton struck out just 3, but kept the ball down, getting 19 ground ball outs in the game. Hooton was in the thick of it at the dish as well, singling and scoring twice. Dave Lopes homered for the first time this year, and Cey chipped in with a 2 hit day.

          WP-Hooton(2-0)   LP-Whitson(1-2)    HR-L.A.: Lopes(1)

                                                 S.F.: Ivie(5)

          Cincinnati      2   0   0   1   0   0   0   0   0     3   10   0

          St. Louis       0   0   0   1   1   1   1   1   x     5   15   2

          St. Louis-BPI- The Cardinals' Jerry Mumphrey, Tony Scott and Mike Phillips all tripled in runs, as the Cards scored a single run in the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th innings, to come back and defeat Cincinnati, 5-3. The Reds also got into the triples act, with Dave Collins hitting a 2 run, three bagger in the first to put the Reds up early. Junior Kennedy would knock in Cesar Geronimo in the fourth to make it 3-0 Reds, but in the bottom of the fourth, the Cardinals came alive. Scott, who was a homer short of the cycle, doubled in Ken Oberkfell. The next inning, Mumphrey tripled in Templeton, who had doubled. The 6th saw Phillips triple in Scott, who had singled. Mumphrey scored once more in the 7th, then in the 8th, Scott added yet another triple, then came in on a Phillips double.

          WP-McEnaney(1-0)  LP-Pastore(1-2)

National     League     Standings

East

Team            GM#          W       L       Pct       GB

Pittsburgh       14         11       3      .786       -

Montreal         12          6       6      .500       4

Philadelphia     12          6       6      .500       4

St. Louis        14          7       7      .500       4

Chicago          11          5       6      .455       4.5

New York         11          4       7      .369       5.5

West

Team             GM#         W       L        Pct       GB

Los Angeles      15         10       5       .667        -

San Francisco    15         10       5       .667        -

Houston          14          7       7       .500       2.5

Cincinnati       15          6       9       .400       4

San Diego        15          5      10       .333       5

Atlanta          14          4      10       .286       5.5

    



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Nice to see Billy Buckner hit the grand slam.
Tough break for Hooton, but LA continues to look strong.
4 errors! That's more like a game from a 1911 replay.

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Pops isn't going to want for April to end

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Tough break for Hooten.

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Bucs are off to a good start!



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chip71bucs wrote:

Bucs are off to a good start!


 Good start...they are off to a fantastic start...127 win pace!



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Three triples for the Cards? Someone might want to remind them that this isn't 1911. wink



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Three triples for the Cards? Someone might want to remind them that this isn't 1911. wink


I looked on Baseball Reference and the Cardinals ranked first in the N.L. in triples in '79 with 63. 



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rollsox2 wrote:

Three triples for the Cards? Someone might want to remind them that this isn't 1911. wink


 You are too young to remember Busch Stadium with Astro Turf.wink



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April 22sd, 1979

Headlines and Results

PADRES, BRAVES SWAP 5 RUN INNINGS IN WILD GAME          San Diego  9   Atlanta  7

EXPOS WIN ON STAUB PINCH HIT HR IN TOP OF 10TH          Montreal   3   Chicago  2

ANDUJAR SLOWS DOWN KISON, BUCS                          Houston    3   Pittsburgh 1

LEFTY FANS 13, METS LOSE STEARNS FOR AT LEAST 20 DAYS   Phila      3   New York   1

"THE COUNT" TOSSES SECOND STRAIGHT SHUTOUT              San Fran   3   Los Angeles 0

REDS HAND SILVIO MARTINEZ 1ST LOSS                      Cinn       8   St. Louis   3

Recaps:

      San Diego      1   0   3   0   0   5   0   0   0     9   14   0

      Atlanta        1   0   0   0   5   1   0   0   0     7   11   2

      Atlanta-BPI-  A Dave Winfield grand slam in the top of the sixth, sparked the Padres to a five run inning, after the Braves had put up a five spot just a half inning before. In a game with plenty of offense, San Diego took a 4-1 lead into the last of the 5th, when Atlanta got to starter, Eric Rassmussen. A walk, a double by Ed Benedict, two more singles, and a 3 run homer by Barry Bonnell did the damage. The homer by Bonnell was his second of the game, having hit a solo shot off Rassmussen in the first.

                    It didn't take long for the Padres to respond. In the top of the sixth, Rick Mahler issued 3 straight singles to load the bases, Bo McLaughlin took over, and Winfield hammered a deep drive that left the park, and gave the Padres back the lead. More misery awaited McLaughlin, as Gene Tenace tripled, later scoring on a Bill Fahey single. It was a 6 rbi day for Winfield, who also tripled in a run in the 3rd. Bonnell had the 2 homers and 4 rbi's in a losing effort.

          WP-Lee(1-0)   LP-Mahler(0-2)          HR-S.D.: Winfield gs(3)

                                                   Atl: Bonnell 2(2)

      Montreal      1   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1   1     3   8   0

      Chicago       0   0   1   0   0   0   0   1   0   0     2  10   0

       Chicago-BPI- Montreal tied the game in the top of the 9th, then won it in the top of the 10th, on a pinch hit homerun by Rusty Staub. The game was tied at when, when Chicago's Dave Kingman hit his fourth homerun of the year, to give Chicago a 2-1 lead. But in the top of the 9th, Cubs pitcher Ken Holtzman, who had toiled the whole game, gave up back to back two baggers to Andre Dawson and Larry Parrish, which retied the game at 2 all. With 2 out in the top of the 10th, Rusty Staub came off the bench and delivered the go ahead run on a pinch hit solo homer. Elias Sosa set down the Cubs in the bottom of the tenth to earn the save.

          WP-Rogers(2-0)   LP-Tidrow(0-1)     HR-Mont: Staub(2)

                                                 Chic: Kingman(4)

     Pittsburgh      0   0   0   0   1   0   0   0   0     1   3   0

     Houston         1   0   2   0   0   0   0   0   x     3  12   1

      Houston-BPI- Joaquin Andujar slowed down the powerful Pittsburgh Pirates with a complete game, 3 hit win. Manny Sanguillen doubled and scored on a Dale Berra, pinch hit single in the fifth, for the Bucs only run. Andujar struck out 5 and walked just one, in the win. The Astros got a run off Bruce Kison in the first, on a Craig Reynolds sac fly, then added two more in the 3rd, when Rafael Landestoy singled in Reynolds and Enos Cabell.

          WP-Andujar(3-1)   LP-Kison(3-1)

     New York      0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1   0     1   8   1

     Philadelphia  0   1   2   0   0   0   0   0   x     3   9   1 

      Philadelphia-BPI- Steve Carlton also earned a complete game win, striking out 13 N.Y. Mets along the way. The Mets banged out 8 hits off Lefty, including a seventh inning rbi double by Steve Henderson, that spoiled any chance of a shutout. New York's Neil Allen gave up a run in the second, and another pair on a 2 rbi single by Bud Harrelson, in the third.

     More bad news for the last place Mets, as their starting backstop John Stearns suffered a fractured finger on his right hand on a foul tip, and will be lost for at least 20 days.

          WP-Carlton(2-2)     LP-Allen(0-1)

 

     Los Angeles      0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0     0   3   2

     San Francisco    2   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1     3  12   0

        San Francisco-BPI- John "Count" Montefusco, fresh off a shutout win against the Padres, did it again, blanking the Dodgers, 3-0, and sending the Giants into first place over their arch rivals. Montefusco allowed just 3 hits, while fanning 7 and walking 1. He did hit a batter, Steve Garvey, in the top of the 9th. Bill North gave Montefusco all he would need, with a leadoff solo homer in the first, but Darrell Evans would double and score off Jerry Reuss in that inning as well. The Giants tagged on an unearned run in the 8th.

          WP-Montefusco(3-1)    LP-Reuss(2-2)     HR-S.F.: North(1)

 

     Cincinnati      0   1   0   6   0   0   1   0   0     8   10   1

     St. Louis       0   0   0   2   0   0   1   0   0     3    9   0

           St.Louis-BPI- The Cincinnati Reds exploded for 6 runs in the top of the fourth inning, to hand Silvio Martinez of the Cardinals, his first loss. The Reds batted around in that inning, cracking five singles, along with a walk, and a 2 run double by Cincy starter, Bill Bonham. Greg Foster hit a solo homerun in the 8th for the Reds.

          WP-Bonham(3-1)   LP-Martinez(3-1)    HR-Cinn: Foster(4)

 

National   League   Standings

East

Team               GM#            W       L       Pct       GB

Pittsburgh          15           11       4       .733       -

Montreal            13            7       6       .538       3

Philadelphia        13            7       6       .538       3

St. Louis           15            7       8       .457       4

Chicago             12            5       7       .417       4.5

New York            12            4       8       .333       5.5

 

West

Team                GM#           W        L       Pct        GB

San Francisco       16            11       5      .688         -

Los Angeles         16            10       6      .625        1

Houston             15             8       7      .533        2.5

Cincinnati          16             7       9      .438        4

San Diego           16             6      10      .375        5

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    Others may disagree, but when it's all said and done, we're a bunch of adult nerds playing a kid's game.

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