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48 Indians sweep 69 Twins

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (0-0)000100030482
48 Indians (0-0)0001201015100

     Mantle's sac fly in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Paige the victory in relief of Lemon. Perranoski took the loss.

     Mantle also swatted a 2 run homer, and Gordon added a solo long ball for Cleveland.

Lemon8IP8H4W3K4ER  
Paige W(1-0)1IP  1K   

     Mantle 1-4 r 3rbi HR(1)  Gordon 2-4 r rbi HR(1)  Keltner 3-4 r  Mitchell 2-5 2r  Doby 1-4 2B  Hegan 1-4 2B   ( 48 Indians )

J. Perry7IP9H1W4K3ER2HR 
Perranoski L(0-1)1 2/3IP1H1W 1ER  

     J. Torre 1-3 r rbi 2B  Oliva 1-4 r rbi  Uhlaender 1-4 rbi 2B  Carew 1-5 r 2B  Killebrew 1-3 r  R. Reese 1-4 3B   ( 69 Twins )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (0-1)012000001491
48 Indians (1-0)50000010x661

     Killebrew's error in the first inning allowed 3 unearned runs to score. Boswell did a decent job after the first frame, but was pulled for a pinch hitter after 6 innings. Feller pitched a complete game for the win.

     E. Robinson and Hegan plated a pair of runs each, and Boudreau ripped a solo home run.

     J. Torre had 2 hits and 2 rbis for the Twins.

Feller W(1-0)9IP9H2W4K4ER  

     Hegan 1-3 2rbi  E. Robinson 1-4 2rbi 2B  Boudreau 1-3 2r rbi HR(1)  Mitchell 2-4 r   ( 48 Indians )

Boswell L(0-1)6IP5H3W7K2ER  
Woodson2IP1H 2K1ER1HR 

     J. Torre 2-3 r 2rbi  Carew 1-3 r 2B  Allison 1-1 rbi(PH)   ( 69 Twins )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (0-2)0221000005123
48 Indians (2-0)20001105x9110

     Keltner's 3 run homer capped a 5 run eighth inning for the Indians. Beardon went 8 innings for the win. Kaat started, and pitched 5 2/3 innings before being relieved by Chance, who took the loss.

     Hegan also homered for the Indians, and Gordon had 2 hits, scoring and driving home a run.

     Killebrew blasted his first long ball of the year for Minnesota.

Beardon W(1-0)8IP11H1W4K5ER1HR 
Christopher1IP1H     

     Keltner 2-4 3r 3rbi HR(1)  Hegan 2-5 r 2rbi HR(1)  Gordon 2-4 r rbi 2B  Mitchell 2-5   ( 48 Indians )

Kaat5 2/3IP7H4W3K2ER1HR 
Chance L(0-1)2 1/3IP4H2W2K5ER1HR 

     Killebrew 1-4 r 2rbi HR(1)  R. Reese 2-4 2r rbi 3B  Uhlaender 2-4 rbi  Oliva 2-5 r  Nettles 1-1 2B(PH)   ( 69 Twins )

INJURY- Boudreau- 1 Game   ( 48 Indians )

    



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Let's see if Feller does better then others have experienced in their replays. Of course you have end-of-the-line Feller instead of the prime one......

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nacster wrote:

Let's see if Feller does better then others have experienced in their replays. Of course you have end-of-the-line Feller instead of the prime one......


 I'd sure like to see him pitch well. He had a losing record for my '54 Indians, but had some good moments as well, tossing 3 shut outs.

Oh well, at least he's started 1-0wink



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34 Cards take 3 of 4 from 61 Reds

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
34 Cards (0-0)0303000208110
61 Reds (0-0)2011000004110

     D. Dean hurled a complete game as the Cards doubled up on the Reds. O'Toole tossed 6 innings, taking the loss.

     Medwick and Rothrock each homered among their 3 hits. Martin also added a pair of rbis.

     Pinson and Lynch hit home runs for the Reds.

D. Dean W(1-0)9IP11H1W5K4ER2HR 

     Medwick 3-5 r 3rbi 2B HR(1)  Rothrock 3-4 2r 2rbi HR(1)  Martin 1-2 2r 2rbi  D. Dean 1-4 r 2B   ( 34 Cards )

O'Toole L(0-1)6IP8H6W2K6ER2HR 
Brosnan3IP3H  2ER  

     Lynch 2-4 r rbi 2B HR(1)  F. Robinson 2-4 r rbi 2B 3B  Pinson 1-5 r rbi HR(1)  Coleman 2-4   ( 61 Reds )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
34 Cards (1-0)000020000270
61 Reds (0-1)00110220x6100

     F. Robinson banged a pair of home runs and Post finished a double shy of a cycle as the Reds took the second game. Jay went 7+ innings for the win, getting relief help from Henry. Carelton took the loss, pitching 7 frames.

     Henry entered the contest with runners on second and third and no outs. After walking Frisch, Henry struck out Simmons, R. Collins, and Medwick to put out the fire.

     Delancey homered for the Cards.

Carelton L(0-1)7IP10H1W7K6ER3HR 
Haines1IP  1K   

     Delancey 1-3 r 2rbi HR(1)  Martin 1-4 2B  Medwick 1-4 2B   ( 34 Cards )

Jay W(1-0)7IP6H1W4K2ER1HR 
Henry SV(1)2IP1H1W3K   

     F. Robinson 3-4 2r 3rbi 2HR(1,2)  Post 3-4 2r 2rbi 3B HR(1)  Pinson 2-4  Blasingame 1-3 rbi   ( 61 Reds )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
34 Cards (1-1)11200000610181
61 Reds (1-1)100000001281

     P. Dean pitched a complete game for the win as the Cards pounded out 18 hits, including 4 home runs. Purkey started, and went 7 innings for the loss. Brosnan was hammered in his 2 inning relief stint.

     Simmons and Rothrock led the hit parade, rapping 4 hits apiece. R. Collins added 3 hits.

     Pinson homered in the first inning and Freese homered in the ninth for Cincinnati's runs.

P. Dean W(1-0)9IP8H0W9K2ER2HR 

     Simmons 4-6 r 3rbi 3B HR(1)  Rothrock 4-5 2r 2rbi 2-2B HR(2)  R. Collins 3-5 2r rbi 2B HR(1)  Delancey 2-4 2r 2rbi 2B HR(2)  Martin 1-5 r rbi 2B  Frisch 1-5 r rbi   ( 34 Cards )

Purkey L(0-1)7IP10H3W5K4ER1HR 
Brosnan2IP8H 2K6ER3HR 

     Pinson 2-4 r rbi HR(2)  Freese 2-4 r rbi HR(1)  Blasingame 2-4   ( 61 Reds )

INJURY- Durocher- 5 Games   ( 34 Cards )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
34 Cards (2-1)0010102307131
61 Reds (1-2)0000000426123

     Both teams scored late in the game, but the Cards held on to get the win. Hallahan started and went 7+ innings for the win. Three of the four runs he allowed were unearned. Vance finished the game. Hunt took the loss, going 6 1/3 innings. The Reds' staff also allowed 3 unearned runs.

     Medwick belted a 3 run homer, and Rothrock plated 2 more runs for St Louis.

     F. Robinson hit a 2 run homer in the ninth, bringing the Reds within a run. With 2 outs, Freese doubled, but Vance k'd Post to end the game.

Hallahan W(1-0)7IP9H3W4K1ER  
Vance2IP3H1W3K2ER1HR 

     R. Collins 3-5 3r rbi 2B  Medwick 2-5 r 3rbi HR(2)  Rothrock 2-3 2rbi 2B  Martin 2-6 r   ( 34 Cards )

Hunt L(0-1)6 1/3IP10H6W0K2ER  
S. Jones   2/3IP  1K   
Maloney1IP3H  2ER1HR 
Henry1IP  1K   

     F. Robinson 2-4 2r 2rbi HR(3)  Kasko 3-4 2r rbi 2B 3B  Blaingame 1-3 2rbi  Freese 2-5 2B  Post 2-5 2B  Coleman 1-3 rbi  Pinson 1-4 r 2B   ( 61 Reds )

    

 



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79 Pirates split a pair with 62 Giants

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
79 Pirates (0-0)000200000261
62 Giants (0-0)000000021342

     The Giants got a walk off homer from F. Alou to spoil Guidry's debut for Pittsburgh. "Gator" went 8 innings, getting a no decision allowing 2 unearned runs. Tekulve took the loss in relief. O'Dell pitched a good game himself, going 8 strong innings. Sutter got the win in relief.

     The Giants started the ninth getting consecutive walks by Haller and Pagan. Orsino pinch hit for O'Dell and his grounder advanced both runners. Kuenn's grounder was booted by Garner, allowing the first run to score. Hiller whiffed for the second out. Mays ripped a double to score Pagan, and Kuenn was waved home, but Moreno's throw was on time, nailing the runner at the plate.

     Guidry was removed for a pinch hitter in the ninth, and Tekulve relieved. After retiring Cepeda, F. Alou hit his game winner.

O'Dell8IP6H4W5K1ER  
Sutter W(1-0)1IP  1K   

     Mays 2-4 rbi 2-2B  F. Alou 1-4 r rbi HR(1)   ( 62 Giants )

Guidry8IP3H3W9K0ER  
Tekulve L(0-1)1/3IP1H  1ER1HR 

     Moreno 2-4 rbi  Nicosia 2-3 rbi   ( 79 Pirates )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
79 Pirates (0-1)000003001472
62 Giants (1-0)010000020371

     Another barn burner, this one taken by the Pirates. Tekulve got the win in relief of Blyleven, although a pair of unearned runs cost him the save. Sutter absorbed the loss.

     Stargell ripped a 2 run homer in the sixth inning, putting Pittsburgh up 3-1. Blyleven worked 6 1/3 innings before Teke relieved.

     With 2 outs in the eighth inning, Bailey drew a walk. Pagan hit a fly to center field that Moreno muffed for an error. M. Alou delivered a pinch hit 2 run single, tying the game. Sutter entered the game for the Giants. B. Robinson led off with a double. Madlock grounded out and Garner ripped a single to center field. Ott singled home B. Robinson with the go ahead run. Romo pitched a scoreless ninth for the save.

Sanford7IP3H2W3K3ER1HR 
S. Miller1IP1H 2K   
Sutter L(1-1)1IP3H  1ER  

     M. Alou 1-1 2rbi(PH)  Hiller 2-5  Pagan 1-3 2r 2B   ( 62 Giants )

Blyleven6 1/3IP6H2W5K1ER  
Tekulve W(1-1)1 2/3IP1H1W1K   
Romo SV(1)1IP  1K   

     Stargell 1-4 r 2rbi HR(1)  Parker 2-4 r rbi  Ott 1-4 rbi  Moreno 1-5 r 2B   ( 79 Pirates )

INJURY- Stargell- 7 Games   ( 79 Pirates )



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53 Dodgers sweep a pair from 69 Cubs

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Cubs (0-0)000000000062
53 Dodgers (0-0)10200100x4120

     Doc Gooden shut out the Cubs on 6 singles, as Brooklyn took the first game of the series. Jenkins took the loss, going 7 innings, allowing 3 earned runs.

     J. Robinson and Snider each had 3 hits and a rbi, and Hodges belted a 2 run homer for the Dodgers.

Gooden W(1-0)9IP6H1W9K0ERSO(1) 

     Snider 3-5 r rbi 2-2B  J. Robinson 3-4 rbi  Hodges 1-3 r 2rbi HR(1)  Cox 1-3 r   ( 53 Dodgers )

Jenkins L(0-1)7IP11H2W7K3ER1HR 
Abernathy1IP1H1W    

     B. Williams 2-4   ( 69 Cubs )

INJURY- Beckert- 1 Game   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Cubs (0-1)000020000230
53 Dodgers (1-0)00002010x3120

     Erskine followed Gooden's complete game with one of his own, holding the Cubs to 3 hits. Erskine also helped himself at the dish, going 2-4, scoring and driving home a run. Hands went all the way for Chicago.

     The Cubs scored first in the fifth inning, thanks in part to Erskine's touch of wildness. Santo led off with a walk and Banks singled. Hundley drew a free pass to load the bases. Hickman followed with a 2 run single, leaving runners on the corners with no outs. Hands bunted, moving Hickman to second base. Erskine then got tough, striking out both Kessinger and Popovich to end the inning.

     The Dodgers wasted no time in getting the runs back. Cox started the bottom half inning by lining a double. Erskine singled, driving home Cox. Gilliam and J. Robinson each flew out, but Furillo laced a single. Snider followed with a run scoring double, tying the game before Campanella whiffed to end the inning.

     In the seventh inning, Gilliam singled and J. Robinson doubled to put runners at second and third. Furillo lofted a fly ball deep enough to score Gilliam. Snider struck out, and Campanella grounded out, ending the inning. After that, it was all Erskine, as he retired the final 6 hitters in order.

Erskine W(1-0)9IP3H5W7K2ER  

     Erskine 2-4 r rbi 2B  Cox 2-4 r 2B  J. Robinson 2-4 2-2B  Furillo 1-3 rbi  Snider 1-4 rbi 2B   ( 53 Dodgers )

Hands L(0-1)8IP12H0W7K3ER  

     Banks 2-4 r  Hickman 1-2 2rbi   ( 69 Cubs )

    



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69 Twins take 2 of 3 from 24 Senators

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (0-3)0400001005130
24 Senators (2-2)000010000151

     Hall tossed a complete game for the win, defeating the Senators and W. Johnson. Hall even drove home a pair of runs with a single. Johnson fell to 0-2 on the season.

     J. Torre hammered a 2 run homer in the second inning after Killebrew had tripled. Cardenas then singled, but was forced at second on Uhlaender's grounder. Roseboro hit a fly ball to left field that Goslin misplayed for a 2 base error. Hall singled home both runs before Johnson retired the side.

     In the seventh, Carew singled. With 1 out, Killebrew hit his second triple of the game.

Hall W(1-0)9IP5H4W7K1ER  

     Killebrew 2-4 r rbi 2-3B  J. Torre 1-4 r 2rbi HR(1)  Roseboro 3-4 r  Carew 2-5 r  Uhlaender 2-4 r  Hall 1-4 2rbi   ( 69 Twins )

W. Johnson L(0-2)7IP10H1W4K3ER1HR 
Russell2IP3H1W1K   

     H. Wilson 2-4  W. Johnson 1-2 r  Goslin 1-4 rbi   ( 24 Senators )

INJURY- Oliva- 3 Games   ( 69 Twins )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (1-3)4000110006131
24 Senators (2-3)012000000330

     J. Perry spun a complete game 3 hitter as the Twins took game 2 of the series. Uhlaender banged out 3 hits and had 3 rbis to back Perry's pitching.

     H. Wilson hit a 2 run homer for the Senators.

J. Perry W(1-0)9IP3H2W2K3ER1HR 

     Uhlaender 3-4 3rbi 3B  J. Perry 2-4 r 2B  R. Reese 2-5 2r rbi  Cardenas 2-5 r  Killebrew 1-5 r rbi   ( 69 Twins )

Marberry L(0-1)7IP12H1W5K6ER  
Martina2IP1H     

     H. Wilson 1-3 2r 2rbi HR(4)  Judge 1-4 rbi 3B   ( 24 Senators )

INJURY- Allison- 2 Games   ( 69 Twins )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Twins (2-3)000010000160
24 Senators (2-4)32000000x580

     H. Wilson rapped a 3 run homer in the first inning and Mogridge went on to hurl his second complete game win of the season. Harris added a 2 run single in the second. Boswell took the loss.

Boswell L(0-2)7IP7H3W3K5ER1HR 
Grzenda1IP1H 1K   

     Cardenas 1-3 r 3B  Tovar 2-4  Carew 1-3 3B   ( 69 Twins )

Mogridge W(2-0)9IP6H1W4K1ER  

     H. Wilson 2-3 r 3rbi HR(5)  Harris 2-3 r 2rbi  Rice 1-4 r 2B   ( 24 Senators )

INJURY- R. Reese- 7 Games   ( 69 Twins )



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38 Yanks win 2 of 3 from 61 Tigers

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (3-0)000100000150
38 Yanks (2-2)00020040x6101

     Dimaggio and Gehrig both went yard, and Hadley tossed a complete game for the victory. Foytack was the losing hurler, going 6 2/3 innings.

     After Detroit took the lead in the fourth, New York got a 2 run bomb from the "Yankee Clipper" to go in front. In the seventh inning, Gehrig connected on a 3 run blast. Dickey then singled and Henrich tripled him home with the final run.

Hadley W(1-0)9IP5H2W6K1ER  

     Gehrig 2-4 r 3rbi HR(2)  Dimaggio 1-4 r 2rbi HR(2)  Dickey 3-4 r  Henrich 1-2 rbi 3B  Crosetti 1-4 r 2B   ( 38 Yanks )

Foytack L(0-1)6 2/3IP7H6W5K6ER2HR 
Regan1 1/3IP3H     

     Rosen 2-4 rbi 3B   ( 61 Tigers )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (3-1)100100000261
38 Yanks (3-2)00412000x7130

     Ruffing went all the way, allowing a pair of solo homers, to notch his second win of the year. Lary took the loss, going 7 frames.

     Dimaggio stroked 3 hits, scored 3 runs, and had 3 rbis for the Yanks. Crosetti and Dickey also added a trio of hits each.

     Cash and Bruton homered for Detroit's runs.

Ruffing W(2-0)9IP6H0W6K2ER2HR 

     Dimaggio 3-5 3r 3rbi 2B HR(3)  Crosetti 3-5 2r 2B  Dickey 3-5 r rbi  Ruth 1-3 rbi 3B   ( 38 Yanks )

Lary L(1-1)7IP12H6W7K6ER1HR 
Staley1IP1H     

     Cash 3-4 r rbi HR(1)  Bruton 1-4 r rbi HR(1)   ( 61 Tigers )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (3-2)0030100105102
38 Yanks (4-2)100000300450

     Bunning went 7 innings for the win, letting Detroit salvage the series finale. Fox pitched the final 2 innings, earning his third save of the year. Murphy took the loss in relief of L. Gomez.

     Dimaggio had another big game for New York, collecting 3 more hits and rbis.

     After the Yanks had battled back to tie the game, Murphy was on the hill to start the eighth inning. Cash led off the eighth with a home run, putting the Tigers back in front. Detroit woul fill the sacks with 2 outs and Bunning coming to the plate. Morton was sent up to hit for Bunning in an attempt to break the game open, unfortunately he struck out.

     Fox came in from the pen. After tossing a 1-2-3 eighth inning, the top of the Yankees' line up was due up in the ninth. Crosetti drew a walk, and Rolfe bunted him to second base. Dimaggio grounded out, bringing Ruth to the plate representing the winning run. Fox fanned "The Babe", earning the save.

L. Gomez7IP8H1W3K4ER  
Murphy L(0-1)2IP2H4W4K1ER1HR 

     Dimaggio 3-5 r 3rbi 2B   ( 38 Yanks )

Bunning W(2-0)7IP5H5W4K3ER  
Fox SV(3)2IP 1W2K   

     Rosen 2-5 r 3rbi 2B  Cash 3-5 2r rbi 2B HR(2)  Kaline 2-4 r  Bruton 2-5 r   ( 61 Tigers )



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61 Tigers have plenty of firepower, especially with the addition of Rosen. If they get a modicum of pitching they'll be dangerous.



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Tall Tactician wrote:

61 Tigers have plenty of firepower, especially with the addition of Rosen. If they get a modicum of pitching they'll be dangerous.


 I agree with you TT. Their 2-5 hitters are as good as any. Kaline, Cash, Rosen, Colavito



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20 White Sox take 3 of 4 from 48 Indians

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
20 WS(0-3)100100000282
48 Indians (3-0)100000002341

     Mantle's 2 run homer in the bottom of the ninth allowed Cleveland to walk off with a victory. Klieman pitched 1 inning in relief of Zoldak to get the win. Kerr was the hard luck loser, going all the way for the Sox.

     Back to back errors by J. Jackson and S. Collins allowed the Tribe to score in the first.

Kerr L(0-1)8 1/3IP4H2W4K2ER1HR 

     S. Collins 3-4 rbi  Felsch 2-4 r rbi 2B  E. Collins 1-3 r   ( 20 WS )

Zoldak8IP6H2W2K2ER  
Klieman W(1-0)1IP2H 1K   

     Mantle 2-4 r 2rbi HR(2)  Keltner 2-3 r   ( 48 Indians )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
20 WS (0-4)0000130004112
48 Indians (4-0)000101010380

     Faber pitched a complete game for the WS first win of the season. Lemon took the loss, also going the distance.

     E. Collins and J. Jackson rapped 3 hits apiece, but the 6-8 hitters plated 3 of the 4 runs.

     Mantle and Doby homered for Cleveland.

Faber W(1-1)9IP8H2W3K2ER2HR 

     J. Jackson 3-5 rbi 2-2B 3B  E. Collins 3-4 r  Weaver 2-4 r  Leibold 1-3 r rbi  Schalk 1-4 rbi 2B   ( 20 WS )

Lemon L(0-1)9IP11H4W5K4ER  

     Doby 1-4 r rbi HR(1)  Mantle 1-5 r rbi HR(3)  Boudreau 2-5  Judnich 1-2 r 3B   ( 48 Indians )

INJURY- E. Robinson- 2 Games   ( 48 Indians )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
20 WS (1-4)010300000480
48 Indians (4-1)200000000240

     Cicotte tossed a complete game and Foxx hit his first home run of the season as Chicago topped Cleveland by a 4-2 score. Feller went 8 innings, taking the loss.

     In addition to Foxx' homer, the 6-8 hitters again drove home a run apiece for the WS scoring.

     Keltner hit a 2 run homer for the Indians. The ninth inning started with Keltner rapping a single. Cicotte finished the game by whiffing the next 3 hitters. (Mantle,Gordon,Doby)

Cicotte W(1-1)9IP4H5W3K2ER1HR 

     Schalk 2-3 r rbi 2B  Foxx 1-3 r rbi HR(1)  Risberg 1-4 rbi   ( 20 WS )

Feller L(1-1)8IP8H4W2K4ER1HR 
Muncrief1IP  1K   

     Keltner 2-3 r 2rbi HR(2)   ( 48 Indians )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
20 WS (2-4)1010100003100
48 Indians (4-2)000000000080

     L. Williams went all the way, tossing a shut out against Cleveland. Gromek pitched 5 innings, taking the loss.

     E. Collins rapped 3 hits, and scored twice to pace Chicago's offense.

L. Williams W(1-1)9IP8H3W4K0ERSO(1) 

     E. Collins 3-4 2r 2B 3B  J. Jackson 2-5 rbi  Foxx 1-1 r rbi  Schalk 1-4 2B   ( 20 WS )

Gromek L(0-1)5IP8H2W2K2ER  
Klieman2IP1H1W1K   
Christopher2IP1H     

     Mitchell 2-4  Clark 1-4 2B   ( 48 Indians )



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34 Cards take a pair from 69 Cubs

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Cubs (0-2)000000000040
34 Cards (3-1)00110100x381

     D. Dean won his second start of the year, tossing a complete game shut out. Holtzman went 7 innings for the loss.

     Medwick hit his third home run of the season for St. Louis.

D. Dean W(2-0)9IP4H0W5K0ERSO(1) 

     Medwick 2-4 r rbi HR(3)  Martin 2-4   ( 34 Cards )

Holtzman L(0-1)7IP8H1W5K3ER1HR 
Regan1IP      

     Sosa 1-4 2B   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
69 Cubs (0-3)000003000370
34 Cards (4-1)010020001491

     Orsatti's 2 out pinch hit single drove home Fullis for the winning run. Walker went the distance for the win. Abernathy took the loss in relief of Selma.

     Abernathy came on to pitch the ninth after Selma was pulled for a pinch hitter in the top half of the inning. Delancey greeted the new hurler with a double off the wall. Fullis was brought in as a pinch runner. Rothrock and Whitehead both flew out, setting the stage for Orsatti's heroics.

B. Walker W(1-0)9IP7H5W5K3ER  

     Delancey 2-3 rbi 2B  Frisch 2-4 rbi  Whitehead 1-3 r  Orsatti 1-1 rbi(PH)   ( 34 Cards )

Selma8IP7H3W8K3ER  
Abernathy L(0-1)2/3IP2H  1ER  

     Banks 2-4 2rbi 2B  Sosa 1-3 r rbi 2B  Beckert 1-4 r 2B   ( 69 Cubs )



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62 Giants win 3 of 4 against 61 Reds

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (1-1)004000200681
61 Reds (1-3)0000011002100

     Marichal scattered 10 hits, all singles, to pitch a complete game for the win. O'Toole went 7 innings, taking the loss.

     Mays and Haller both homered for the Giants.

Marichal W(1-0)9IP10H0W4K2ER  

     Mays 1-4 r 3rbi HR(1)  Haller 1-2 2r rbi HR(1)  Pagan 2-4 r  Kuenn 1-4 r 2B   ( 62 Giants )

O'Toole L(0-2)7IP6H4W4K6ER2HR 
S. Jones2IP2H1W2K   

     Freese 2-4 rbi  Kasko 2-4 r rbi  F. Robinson 2-4  Chacon 1-1 r(PH)

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (2-1)000100200392
61 Reds (1-4)04101010x7111

      Freese and Bench hit homers, backing K. Johnson's complete game effort. M. Alou's pinch hit homer in the seventh got the Giants closer, but Johnson was able to finish the ballgame. Pierce was the losing hurler, lasting 6 innings.

Pierce L(0-1)6IP10H0W2K4ER2HR 
S. Miller2IP1H  1ER  

     M. Alou 1-1 r 2rbi HR(1)(PH)  Haller 2-4 r  McCovey 1-3 rbi 1B  Cepeda 2-4   ( 62 Giants )

K. Johnson W(1-0)9IP9H2W2K3ER1HR 

     Freese 3-4 2r 3rbi 2B HR(2)  Bench 2-4 2r rbi 2B HR(1)  Coleman 2-4 r  K. Johnson 2-3  Pinson 1-4 2rbi   ( 61 Reds )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (2-2)0002010306141
61 Reds (2-4)200300000570

     Bolin pitched 4 shut out innings in relief of O'Dell to get the victory. Henry took the loss.

     The Reds jumped on O'Dell for 5 runs in the first 5 innings. Freese hit a solo home run, and Bench had a rbi double, before Bolin relieved.

     The Giants plated a pair of runs in the fourth inning when Bailey swatted his first home run of the season with F. Alou on base. In the sixth inning, Pagan lined a 2 out double. O'Dell was called back to the dugout, and McCovey was sent to pinch hit. "Stretch" delivered a rbi single before Kuenn made the third out. Bolin relieved O'Dell.

     In the eighth inning, Davenport doubled and Bailey followed with a single to chase Jay from the contest. Henry entered the game to face Pagan. Pagan sent Henry's first offering over the left field wall, giving the Giants a 6-5 lead. Bolin went on to set the Reds down in order for the final 2 frames, earning the victory.

O'Dell5IP7H1W2K4ER1HR 
Bolin W(1-0)4IP  6K   

     Pagan 3-4 2r 3rbi 2B HR(1)  Bailey 2-3 2r 2rbi HR(1)  McCovey 1-1 rbi(PH)  O'Dell 1-3 2B  Hiller 2-4   ( 62 Giants )

Jay7IP12H2W6K5ER1HR 
Henry L(0-1)2IP2H 3K1ER1HR 

     Freese 1-4 r rbi HR(3)  Coleman 2-4 r  Cardenas 1-4 r 2B  Jay 1-2 rbi  Pinson 1-3 r  Bench 1-4 rbi 2B   ( 61 Reds )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (3-2)000010300460
61 Reds (2-5)000001000181

     Sanford went 8+ innings for the win. Sutter pitched the ninth for his first save of the season. Purkey was the losing pitcher, going 7 innings.

     Kasko's solo home run in the sixth inning accounted for Cincy's lone run.

     Davenport and Bailey knocked in a pair of runs apiece for the Giants. Davenport drove home Cepeda in the fifth inning with a single. In the seventh inning, Purkey misplayed F. Alou's grounder. Davenport lined a run scoring double as F. Alou beat the throw to the plate. Bailey followed with a 2 run homer, adding some insurance for San Fran.

Sanford W(1-0)8IP8H0W5K1ER1HR 
Sutter SV(1)1IP 1W1K   

     Davenport 2-4 r 2rbi 2B  Bailey 1-4 r 2rbi HR(2)  Cepeda 1-4 r 2B   ( 62 Giants )

Purkey L(0-2)7IP5H0W5K3ER1HR 
Brosnan2IP1H 1K   

     Kako 2-4 r rbi HR(1)  Lynch 3-3 2-2B  F. Robinson 1-4 2B  Freese 1-4 2B   ( 61 Reds )

    



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Which of the added players is having the most impact so far?

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Nitrous Oxide wrote:

Which of the added players is having the most impact so far?


 Hard to say at this point, but here are the top 4 performers:

Hack Wilson (24 Senators )  .444AVG  9 Runs  13 RBI  1 Double  5 HR  1.037 SLG%  .516 OB%

Al Rosen  (61 Tigers )   .440AVG  5 Runs  7 RBI  4 Doubles  1 Triple

Dwight Gooden  (53 Dodgers )   2 Starts  1-1  17 IP  2 ER  17 K  1.06 ERA

Ron Guidry ( 79 Pirates )  2 Starts  1-0  17 IP  1ER  16 K  0.53 ERA

 

NOTE: Guidry and Gooden hooked up in a classic game in the finale of a 3 game set that I'll be posting shortly



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