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I wanted to start a topic dedicated to the great moments of the 1977 replay I am currently playing. I hope to include records, highlights, great moments etc... I hope everyone enjoys.



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1977 Pitching Performances

No-Hitters
Fred Norman, Cincinnati Reds vs. San Diego Padres (Apr. 5, 1977)



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Love the concept!



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No-Hitters

Fed Norman, Cincinnati Reds vs. San Diego Padres (April 8, 1977)
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1-Hitters

Don Sutton and Mike Garmen, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres (July 8, 1977)

Sutton had a no-hitter for 8 ip before issuing a walk and allowing a 2-run home run to Jerry Turner in the top of the 9th inning

 

Fred Norman, Cincinnati Reds at Montreal Expos (June 17, 1977)
Norman had a no-hitter for 8 ip before allowing a Pepe Frias single to lead off the bottom of he 9th inning

 

John Candeleria, Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves (May 11, 1977)
Candeleria allowed a double to Willie Montetnez with two outs in the top of the 4th inning

 

Juaquin Andujar and Joe Sambito, Houston Astros at St. Louis Cardinals (May 6, 1977)
Andujar allowed a single by Ted Simmons in the 6th inning

 

Rick Rhoden, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets (May 5, 1977)
Rhoden allowed a two-out single to John Milner in the top of the first inning

 



-- Edited by Markfranthony on Friday 8th of July 2016 04:38:16 AM

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Boy, Fred Norman with a no hitter and a 1 hitter



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Norman has gotten off to a great start ... but you are right! WOW...and Pepe Frias breaking it up! Pepe Frias!

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1977 Major League Baseball Almanac

 

No-Hitters

Fed Norman, Cincinnati Reds vs. San Diego Padres (April 8, 1977)

 

1-Hitters

Rick Wise, Boston Red Sox at California Angels (July 29, 1977)
Wise allowed a home run to on Baylor to leadoff the bottom of the fifth inning

 

Ron Guidry, New York Yankees at Milwaukee Brewers (July 21, 1977)
Guidry allowed a one-out single to Steve Brye in the bottom of the eighth inning

 

Don Sutton, Mike Garmen, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres (July 8, 1977)

Sutton had a no-hitter for 8 ip before issuing a walk and allowing a 2-run home run to Jerry Turner in the top of the 9th inning

 

Wayne Garland, Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees (July 6, 1977)
Garland allowed a one-out triple to Lou Piniella in the top of the 5th inning

 

Fred Norman, Cincinnati Reds at Montreal Expos (June 17, 1977)
Norman had a no-hitter for 8 ip before allowing a Pepe Frias single to lead off the bottom of he 9th inning

 

John Candeleria, Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves (May 11, 1977)
Candeleria allowed a double to Willie Montenez with two outs in the top of the 4th inning

 

Juaquin Andujar, Joe Sambito, Houston Astros at St. Louis Cardinals (May 6, 1977)
Andujar allowed a single by Ted Simmons in the 6th inning

 

Rick Rhoden, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets (May 5, 1977)
Rhoden allowed a two-out single to John Milner in the top of the first inning

 

Jim Colburn, Kansas City Royals at Seattle Mariners (April 23, 1977)
Colburn allowed a one-out single to Harold Reynolds in the third inning

 



-- Edited by Markfranthony on Sunday 10th of July 2016 12:46:10 PM

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Why I love strat-o-matic SOOO much... In my 1977 replay George Brett of the Royals has hit TWO walk-off home runs this season and both came against the Yankees! I mean come on, how much more real does it get!!! Even though I hate the Roysls, I love the fact that Brett hated and still hates the Yankees, and he has shown it on Strat. Now if they could only meet on the playoffs!! But I think Bsltimore is going to come on strong.

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