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61 Reds sweep 3 from 69 Cubs

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (2-8)001100000292
69 Cubs (2-6)010000000140

     K. Johnson went 8 2/3 innings for the victory. Henry struck out D. Young with the sacks full in the ninth to preserve the win. Jenkins went 8 innings in a losing effort.

     All the runs scored were via the long ball, all solo shots. Banks went yard in the second, staking Chicago to a 1-0 lead. Pinson homered for the Reds in the third frame, and Bench hit one out in the fourth.

K. Johnson W(2-0)8 2/3IP4H3W4K1ER1HR 
Henry SV(2)   1/3IP  1K   

     Pinson 2-4 r rbi HR(3)  Bench 2-4 r rbi HR(2)  Coleman 2-4   ( 61 Reds )

Jenkins L(1-2)8IP8H0W5K2ER2HR 
Abernathy1IP1H     

     Banks 1-4 r rbi HR(1)   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (3-8)32000014010181
69 Cubs (2-7)200300000572

     Cincinnati unleashed an 18 hit attack to double up on the Cubs in game 2. Jay got the victory with 7 innings of work. Hands took the loss, also going 7 innings. Regan was also hit hard in relief.

     The Reds' 3-4-5 hitters really took care of business, driving home 9 of the 10 runs.

Jay W(2-0)7IP7H2W5K2ER  
Brosnan2IP 1W    

     Bench 4-4 2r 3rbi 2B HR(3)  Freese 4-5 r 2rbi HR(4)  F. Robinson 2-5 r 4rbi HR(5)  Kasko 3-5 3r  Pinson 3-6 3r   ( 61 Reds )

Hands L(1-2)7IP12H1W4K6ER2HR 
Regan2IP6H 1K4ER1HR 

     B. Williams 2-4 r rbi 3B  Beckert 1-3 r 2rbi 2B  Sosa 1-4 rbi  Santo 1-2 r 2B   ( 69 Cubs )

INJURY- Beckert- 8 Games   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (4-8)0001115008163
69 Cubs (2-8)4000000015101

     The Cubs got off to a fast start against Purkey, scoring 4 runs in the first inning on 3 straight home runs! Kessinger singled and was bunted to second. B. Williams launched a 2 run homer. Sosa and Santo followed with home runs, giving Chicago an early lead.

     The Reds would bounce back with fire power of their own, as Pinson, F. Robinson, and Post went deep. Purkey went 8 1/3 innings, leaving with the bases loaded. Henry relieved and finished for his 3rd save.

Purkey W(1-2)8 1/3IP10H0W3K5ER3HR 
Henry SV(3)   2/3IP 1W1K   

     Pinson 3-6 r 3rbi 2B HR(4)  F. Robinson 2-5 r 2rbi HR(5)  Post 2-4 r 2rbi HR(3)  Coleman 3-5 2-2B  Bench 1-4 2r 2B   ( 61 Reds )

Holtzman L(0-3)6IP9H1W4K5ER2HR 
K. Johnson3IP7H2W5K2ER1HR 

     Sosa 2-4 r rbi HR(2)  B. Williams 1-5 r 2rbi HR(2)  Santo 1-5 r rbi HR(2)  Kessinger 2-5 r rbi 2B   ( 69 Cubs )



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NL STANDINGS:

 

NLWINSLOSSGBW%
53 Dodgers83-.727
34 Cards84.5.667
79 Pirates751.5.583
62 Giants673.462
61 Reds584.385
69 Cubs296.222


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53 Dodgers starting off as expected. The Giants need to pick up the pace.

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stratfan70 wrote:

53 Dodgers starting off as expected. The Giants need to pick up the pace.


 Giants could be getting a chance, Dodgers and Cards have a 4 game series coming up, and the Giants have 3 with the Cubs



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24 Senators win 3 of 4 from 48 Indians

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (9-5)0000200002100
24 Senators (8-4)00002002x491

     Zachary went 8+ innings for the win, and Russell picked up the save. Bearden took the loss, going all the way for the Indians.

     The Senators broke a 2-2 tie in the eighth inning. With 1 out, Harris drew a walk, and Goslin singled him to third. H. Wilson drilled a rbi single, and Goslin went to third, scoring on Judge's sac fly.

     Zachary started the ninth inning, but was relieved before retiring a batter. Tucker led off with a pinch hit single. Mitchell blooped a single, and Russell relieved. Boudreau bounced into a double play, and Keltner also grounded out, ending the game.

Zachary W(2-0)8IP10H4W2K0ER  
Russell SV(1)1IP      

     H. Wilson 2-4 rbi  Peckinpaugh 1-3 r rbi 2B  Ruel 1-4 r 3B  Zachary 1-3 rbi  Rice 2-4 2B   ( 24 Senators )

Bearden L(2-1)8IP9H2W2K4ER  

     Boudreau 3-5 r rbi 3B  Keltner 1-4 rbi   ( 48 Indians )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (9-6)001001000270
24 Senators (9-4)20000200x480

     W. Johnson went the distance, recording his first win of the year. Zoldak took the loss, going 6 innings.

     H. Wilson's 2 run homer in the first put Washington up early. Cleveland came back to tie the game on rbi singles by Mitchell and Gordon.

     After the Tribe tied the game in the sixth, the Senators regained the lead in the bottom half inning. Judge led off with a double, but Ruel and Peckinpaugh were both retired. Bluege then singled to right field and Judge beat the throw home, with Bluege moving to second base. Johnson helped his own cause, ripping a single to plate Bluege.

W. Johnson W(1-2)9IP7H1W4K2ER  

     H. Wilson 1-4 r 2rbi HR(9)  Judge 2-4 r 2-2B  Bluege 2-3 r rbi  W. Johnson 1-3 rbi   ( 24 Senators )

Zoldak L(0-1)6IP8H1W2K4ER  
Klieman2IP      

     Hegan 2-4 r  Mitchell 2-4 rbi  Keltner 1-4 r 2B  Boudreau 1-3 2B   ( 48 Indians )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (9-7)00140214012160
24 Senators (10-4)000010001282

     Lemon pitched a complete game and Cleveland's offense did the rest. Marberry took the loss, lasting 5 1/3 innings, but neither of the Senators' relievers fared any better.

     Boudreau homered and drove home 4 runs, while Mitchell had 4 hits and 3 rbis. Keltner hit a solo home run, and Lemon got in on the offensive side with a pair of hits, 3 runs and a rbi.

Marberry L(1-2)5 1/3IP11H1W1K6ER2HR 
Speece1 2/3IP2H2W1K1ER  
Zahniser2IP3H5W1K4ER  

     Rice 3-5 2B  Harris 2-5 rbi 3B  McNelly 1-1 r(PH)   ( 24 Senators )

Lemon W(2-2)9IP8H5W3K2ER  

     Boudreau 2-4 r 4rbi HR(3)  Mitchell 4-5 r 3rbi 2B  Keltner 2-6 2r rbi HR(7)  Lemon 2-4 3r rbi 2B  Doby 2-5 2r rbi 2B  Gordon 2-4 r  Mantle 1-5 rbi 2B   ( 48 Indians )

Game 4

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48 Indians (10-7)002300002007111
24 Senators (10-5)110003002018160

     H. Wilson's 2 out home run in the 11th inning sent the Senators' fans home happy. Russell got the victory with a perfect inning of relief. Christopher took the loss.

     Keltner's 2 run homer in the ninth inning put Cleveland  ahead going into the bottom half inning. Goslin struck out to start the ninth, but H. Wilson drew a walk. Judge banged a double to put the tying runs in scoring position. Ruel singled to center field, scoring Wilson, and Judge was waived home. He beat Mantle's throw to the plate, and Ruel went to second. Peckinpaugh then singled to left field and Muddy was sent home, but this time the throw was in time for the out. Bluege grounded out to end the inning.

     Two innings later, Wilson homered for the game winner.

Ogden6IP7H3W3K5ER  
Martina4IP4H3W2K2ER1HR 
Russell W(1-0)1IP      

     H. Wilson 2-5 2r rbi HR(10)  Judge 3-5 2r rbi 2B HR(1)  Peckinpaugh 3-5 r 2B  Goslin 2-6 rbi  Rice 1-5 2rbi  Harris 1-5 r 3B   ( 24 Senators )

Feller8IP12H2W7K5ER1HR 
Christopher L(1-1)2 2/3IP4H1W1K3ER1HR 

     Keltner 2-5 r 2rbi HR(8)  Boudreau 3-6 r rbi  Feller 1-2 2rbi 3B  E. Robinson 2-5 r rbi 3B  Hegan 1-4 2r   ( 48 Indians )



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In any given series ... I expect the 1948 Indians to do better over the course of the season, but what a series by those 1924 Senators. Nice series for the Hack Wilson. He was a nice addition to the team.



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Tall Tactician wrote:

In any given series ... I expect the 1948 Indians to do better over the course of the season, but what a series by those 1924 Senators. Nice series for the Hack Wilson. He was a nice addition to the team.


 Hack has really been hammering the ball in the early goingbiggrin



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38 Yanks win 2 of 3 from 20 White Sox

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
38 Yanks (7-8)021010020692
20 White Sox (4-8)001000001281

     Ruffing pitched 8 1/3 innings for the victory. Andrews relieved with the bases full, getting the last 2 outs for the save. Wilkinson made his first start for the Sox, going 7 innings, taking the loss.

     Henrich and Gordon homered for New York.

Ruffing W(3-1)8 1/3IP7H2W2K2ER  
Andrews SV(2)   2/3IP1H 2K   

     Henrich 3-4 r 2rbi 2-2B HR(2)  Gordon 1-4 r rbi HR(5)  Gehrig 2-4 r rbi 2B  Ruth 1-4 r rbi 2B  Rolfe 1-5 rbi 2B   ( 38 Yanks )

Wilkinson L(0-1)7IP6H0W4K4ER2HR 
Payne2IP3H1W1K   

     E. Collins 2-5 rbi  Felsch 2-4 rbi  Risberg 2-4 2B  J. Jackson 1-5 r 3B   ( 20 White Sox )

Game 2

 123   456   789   101112   FHE
38 Yanks (8-8)0011000000035151
20 White Sox (4-9)0000200000002102

     Gehrig swatted a 2 run homer in the 12th and Dickey followed with a solo shot, giving the Yanks a hard earned extra inning victory. Sundra got the win with 2 scoreless innings of relief. Hodge was the losing hurler, relieving Faber, who tossed the first 11 innings.

L. Gomez8IP6H2W4K0ER  
Murphy2IP3H     
Sundra W(1-1)2IP1H     

     Dickey 4-6 r rbi 2B HR(3)  Gordon 3-5 r rbi 2B  Gehrig 2-6 r 2rbi HR(4)  Ruth 2-6 2r  Rolfe 2-6 rbi  Crosetti 2-6   ( 38 Yanks )

Faber11IP12H2W3K2ER  
Hodge L(0-1)1IP3H  3ER2HR 

     J. Jackson 2-6 rbi  Schalk 2-5 2B  Foxx 2-6  E. Collins 1-4 r   ( 20 White Sox )

INJURY- Risberg- 8 Games   ( 20 White Sox)

Game 3

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38 Yanks (9-8)0201020005172
20 White Sox (4-10)00002112x6140

     Despite allowing 16 hits, Cicotte went 8 innings, getting the win. Kerr pitched the final inning, getting his first save of the season. Pearson tossed 7+ frames, getting tagged with the loss.

     Foxx' 2 run homer in the eighth inning proved to be the winning runs. "Double X" finished a single shy of the cycle.

Pearson L(0-3)7IP13H3W3K4ER1HR 
Andrews1IP1H     

     Henrich 3-5 r 2rbi HR(3)  Gordon 4-5 r  Rolfe 2-4 r rbi  Gehrig 2-5 rbi 2B  Dickey 2-5 r 2B  Pearson 2-4 r   ( 38 Yanks )

Cicotte W(2-1)8IP16H5W0K5ER1HR 
Kerr SV(1)1IP1H     

     Foxx 3-4 r 4rbi 2B 3B HR(2)  J. Jackson 2-2 r rbi  E. Collins 2-5 r  S. Collins 2-4  Schalk 2-4 r  Murphy 1-1 r(PH)   ( 20 White Sox )



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chip71bucs wrote:
Tall Tactician wrote:

In any given series ... I expect the 1948 Indians to do better over the course of the season, but what a series by those 1924 Senators. Nice series for the Hack Wilson. He was a nice addition to the team.


 Hack has really been hammering the ball in the early goingbiggrin


"The '24 Sens are built more around their park -- Griffith Stadium -- which does not allow homers. That might negate much of Wilson's power threat."

He's doing a great job proving me wrong. hmm



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seajaw wrote:
chip71bucs wrote:
Tall Tactician wrote:

In any given series ... I expect the 1948 Indians to do better over the course of the season, but what a series by those 1924 Senators. Nice series for the Hack Wilson. He was a nice addition to the team.


 Hack has really been hammering the ball in the early goingbiggrin


"The '24 Sens are built more around their park -- Griffith Stadium -- which does not allow homers. That might negate much of Wilson's power threat."

He's doing a great job proving me wrong. hmm


 So farbiggrinbiggrin



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61 Tigers split a pair with 69 Twins

Game 1

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61 Tigers (5-6)100100002481
69 Twins (5-7)000021002570

     Cardenas hit a 2 out, 2 run homer in the bottom of the ninth, stunning the Tigers, and giving Chance the victory. Fox took the loss in relief.

     Detroit took the lead in the top of the ninth on Maxwell's 2 run homer. Kline started the ninth, but left before retiring a batter. Carew pinch hit for Quilici and lined a double. Mitterwald batted for Chance and drew a walk. Kline was pulled in favor of Fox. It looked like the move would pay off as Tovar bounced into a double play. One pitch later, Cardenas delivered his game winning blow.

Foytack7IP5H3W7K2ER1HR 
Kline1IP1H2W2K1ER  
Fox L(0-1)2/3IP1H  1ER1HR 

     Wood 3-4 r rbi HR(1)  Maxwell 1-2 r 2rbi HR(1)  Fernandez 2-4 r   ( 61 Tigers )

Chance W(1-1)9IP8H3W5K4ER2HR 

     Cardenas 1-5 2r 2rbi HR(1)  Roseboro 1-4 r 2rbi HR(1)  Carew 1-1 r 2B(PH)  Torre 2-4 r 2B   ( 69 Twins )

INJURY- Bruton- 2 Games   ( 61 Tigers )

INJURY- Kaline- 2 Games   ( 61 Tigers )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (5-7)100000104681
69 Twins (6-7)1000300105123

     This time the Tigers were able to hold the lead in the ninth for the win. Lary went 8 innings, and Fox pitched the ninth for a save. Hall was 2 outs away from a complete game victory but couldn't close the deal, getting a no decision. Perranoski relieved and was tagged with the loss.

     The Twins took a 5-2 lead into the ninth. Maxwell led off with a walk. Boros hit for Lary and flew out. Wood singled and Morton followed with a rbi single to knock Hall from the game. Perranoski hit Cash, loading the bases for Rosen, who delivered a 2 run single. Colavito walked, and Brown's single to center field scored Cash before Perranoski could retire the side.

     Fox relieved and k'd Tovar for the first out. Carew reached on an error by Fox and Oliva hit a fly ball to right field that Colavito misplayed for a 2 base error. Killebrew popped out and Torre grounded out to end the game.

Lary W(2-2)8IP12H1W5K5ER1HR 
Fox SV(4)1IP  1K   

     Morton 3-5 r 3rbi 2B  Wood 2-5 2r  Rosen 1-5 2rbi   ( 61 Tigers )

Hall8 1/3IP6H4W4K5ER  
Perranoski L(0-2)   2/3IP2H1W 1ER  

     Tovar 2-5 r rbi HR(2)  Carew 2-5 2r 3B  Oliva 2-4 r rbi  R. Reese 2-4 rbi 2-2B  Cardenas 1-4 rbi  Killebrew 1-4 2B   ( 69 Twins )



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53 Dodgers take 3 of 4 from 34 Cards

Game 1

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53 Dodgers (8-3)000000001161
34 Cards (8-4)01001002x4121

     D. Dean pitched a complete game, allowing only an unearned run in the ninth, for the win. Roe went 6 innings, taking the loss.

    "Diz" had the Dodgers handcuffed the entire game until the ninth. With 1 out, Furillo reached on an error by Whitehead. Snider whiffed for the second out, but Campanella singled. Hodges doubled home the run before Cox flew out to end the game.

Roe L(1-1)6IP8H1W4K1ER  
Hughes2IP4H1W1K2ER  

     Hodges 2-4 rbi 2B  Furillo 2-4 r 2B   ( 53 Dodgers )

D. Dean W(4-0)9IP6H0W8K0ER  

     Frisch 2-5 rbi  Durocher 2-4 r  R. Collins 1-4 r 2B  Medwick 2-5   ( 34 Cards )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
53 Dodgers (8-4)00052020817162
34 Cards (9-4)0002010126141

     The Dodgers battered a quartet of Cardinal pitchers, allowing Meyer to go all the way for the victory. P. Dean took the loss, exiting after 5 innings.

     Campanella homered and had 4 rbis, and Furillo, Snider, and Hodges also went deep for Brooklyn.

     R. Collins slugged a pair of solo homers for the Cards.

Meyer W(2-0)9IP14H0W6K5ER2HR 

     Campanella 2-5 2r 4rbi HR(5)  Snider 3-5 3r 2rbi 2B HR(3)  Furillo 2-4 4r rbi HR(2)  Hodges 2-5 2r 2rbi HR(6)  Cox 3-5 2r 2rbi 2B  Gilliam 3-6 r 2rbi 2B  Shuba 1-1 2rbi   ( 53 Dodgers )

P. Dean L(2-1)5IP6H2W3K6ER1HR 
Mooney2IP2H 1K2ER1HR 
Vance1IP6H2W 7ER2HR 
Lindsey1IP2H 1K1ER  

     R. Collins 4-5 3r 2rbi 2HR(2,3)  Frisch 4-5 r 2B  Medwick 2-5 2rbi 2B 3B  Simmons 2-5 2r  Rothrock 2-4 rbi   ( 34 Cards )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
53 Dodgers (9-4)0401010006130
34 Cards (9-5)000110300592

     The Dodgers took an early lead, thanks to a 3 run homer in the second inning from Cox, but had to hold on for the win. Podres started for Brooklyn, but couldn't make it through the fifth inning, going 4 1/3 innings. Labine relieved and finished the game, getting the win. Hallahan went 6 innings for the loss.

     J. Robinson had a pair of hits and two sac flies in the game.

     Medwick and S. Davis homered for St. Louis.

Podres4 1/3IP6H5W6K2ER1HR 
Labine W(2-0)4 2/3IP3H 2K3ER1HR 

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

Hallahan L(1-2)6IP9H4W0K5ER1HR 
Haines2IP2H1W1K   
D. Dean1IP2H     

     S. Davis 2-3 r 3rbi HR(1)  R. Collins 3-3 r  Medwick 1-4 2r rbi HR(6)   ( 34 Cards )

Game 4

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53 Dodgers (10-4)3000010004111
34 Cards (9-6)010000000140

     Campanella's 3 run homer in the first inning would be all the run support that Gooden needed. "Doc" tossed a complete game 4 hitter, allowing only R. Collins' solo home run in the second inning.  Gooden dominated the Cardinal batters, striking out 11, while allowing only 1 walk.

Gooden W(2-1)9IP4H1W11K1ER1HR 

     Campanella 2-5 r 3rbi HR(6)  Hodges 3-3 r  Gilliam 2-5 r rbi  J. Robinson 2-5 r 2-2B   ( 53 Dodgers )

B. Walker L(1-2)8IP11H5W4K3ER1HR 
Vance1IP 1W1K   

     R. Collins 1-4 r rbi HR(4)  Delancey 2-3  Orsatti 1-1 2B(PH)   ( 34 Cards )

 



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79 Pirates take 2 of 3 from 61 Reds

Game 1

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61 Reds (5-8)3100000004122
79 Pirates (7-5)02300300x8120

     Bibby tossed 6 scoreless innings in relief of Candelaria to get the victory. O'Toole lost his fourth game of the season, going 5 2/3 innings.

     The Bucs used home runs by B. Robinson and Garner to help erase a 4-0 deficit. Moreno and Nicosia each drove home a pair of runs.

Candelaria3IP9H3W1K4ER  
Bibby W(1-0)6IP3H1W6K0ER  

     B. Robinson 2-4 2r 2rbi 2B HR(3)  Nicosia 2-5 r 2rbi  Garner 1-4 r 2rbi HR(1)  Madlock 2-4 2r 2B  Moreno 1-4 2rbi  Stargell 1-1 2B   ( 79 Pirates )

O'Toole L(0-4)5 2/3IP9H5W6K4ER2HR 
Brosnan1 1/3IP2H 2K   
S. Jones1IP1H     

     F. Robinson 3-4 rbi  Pinson 2-5 2r 3B  Freese 2-5 r rbi 2B  Bench 1-5 r rbi 2B   (   61 Reds )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (5-9)100000020341
79 Pirates (8-5)001000001251

     Moreno's 2 base error allowed a pair of unearned runs to score in the eighth inning to tag G. Jackson with the loss. Brosnan picked up the win with 2 2/3 innings in relief of Hunt.

     Kison and Hunt each pitched effectively, but neither figured in the decision. F. Robinson's first inning home run was the only run Kison allowed. Hunt was charged with an unearned run in the third frame when F. Robinson committed a 2 base error and Ott singled home the run.

Kison7IP2H0W3K1ER1HR 
G. Jackson L(0-1)2IP2H 3K   

     Madlock 2-4 r 2-2B  Garner 1-3 r rbi  Ott 1-4 rbi   ( 79 Pirates )

Hunt6 1/3IP2H3W5K0ER  
Brosnan W(1-0)2 2/3IP3H 3K1ER  

     F. Robinson 1-4 r rbi HR(7)  Lynch 1-3 r rbi  Hunt 1-3 rbi   ( 61 Reds )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (6-9)020000001360
79 Pirates (8-6)00210010x481

      Guidry raised his record to 3-0, going the distance for the win. K. Johnson took the loss, pitching 7 innings.

      All the runs in the game came via the long ball. Cincy struck first, as Post rapped a 2 run homer in the second. Stargell countered with a 2 run bomb, tying the game in the third. Ott's solo shot in the fourth gave Guidry the lead. Parker connected with his first home run of the year in the seventh inning. With 2 outs in the ninth, Post went deep for his second home run of the game, but Coleman was retired for the final out.

Guidry W(3-0)9IP6H0W6K3ER2HR 

     Stargell 1-4 r 2rbi HR(2)  Parker 1-3 r rbi HR(1)  Ott 1-4 r rbi HR(2)  Madlock 2-4 2B  Moreno 1-4 r 2B   ( 79 Pirates )

K. Johnson L(2-1)7IP8H2W4K4ER4ER3HR
Maloney1IP  1K   

     Post 2-4 2r 3rbi 2HR(4,5)  Freese 2-4 r 2B  Cardenas 2-4    ( 61 Reds )



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69 Cubs win 2 of 3 from 62 Giants

Game 1

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62 Giants (6-7)010002000361
69 Cubs (2-9)11210000x551

     Chicago did all their damage early in the game against Sanford, who lasted only 4 innings. Selma went 8+ innings for the win, getting ninth inning relief help from Abernathy.

     Sosa and Banks went yard for the Cubs.

     F. Alou had 3 hits and 2 rbis for San Fran.

Selma W(1-0)8IP6H4W7K2ER1HR 
Abernathy SV(1)1IP      

     Sosa 1-4 r 2rbi HR(3)  Banks 1-4 r rbi HR(2)  Kessinger 2-3 r rbi 2B  Popovich 1-3 r 3B   ( 69 Cubs )

Sanford L(1-1)4IP4H3W1K4ER2HR 
Bolin2IP 1W1K   
S. Miller2IP1H1W1K   

     F. Alou 3-3 2r 2rbi HR(4)   ( 62 Giants )

Game 2

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62 Giants (6-8)20000001069121
69 Cubs (3-9)2000001000360

     It took an extra frame, but the Giants broke through in the tenth with 6 runs to drop the Cubs in game 2. McCormick went the first 7 innings for the Giants, and Sutter pitched the final 3 stanzas, earning the victory. Jenkins went 9+ innings, taking the loss, but the Giants raked Abernathy in his 1 inning of work.

     Down by a run in the eighth inning, McCovey slammed a pinch hit home run to tie the game and take McCormick off the hook. Sutter relieved and tossed 3 scoreless innings, becoming the beneficiary of the Giants' scoring outburst.

     Jenkins started the tenth allowing a lead off single to Davenport. After plunking Haller, Jenkins was relieved by Abernathy. Pagan greeted the new hurler with a rbi double. Sutter was allowed to hit and whiffed. Kuenn then connected for a 3 run homer. Hiller singled and Mays capped the scoring with a 2 run bomb.

Jenkins L(1-3)9IP6H0W9K5ER2HR 
Abernathy1IP6H 2K4ER2HR 

     Santo 3-4 r 2rbi 2B HR(3)  Sosa 1-4 r rbi  Kessinger 1-3 r   ( 69 Cubs )

McCormick7IP5H5W5K3ER1HR 
Sutter W(3-1)3IP1H 2K   

     Mays 2-5 2r 2rbi HR(5)  Hiller 2-5 r 2B  Kuenn 1-5 r 3rbi HR(1)  Cepeda 1-5 r 2rbi HR(3)  McCovey 1-1 r rbi HR(4)(PH)  Davenport 2-5 r  Pagan 1-4 r rbi 2B   ( 62 Giants )

Game 3

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62 Giants (7-8)000101001390
69 Cubs (3-10)30010020x651

     B. Williams got the Cubs off to a fast start, hammering a 3 run homer in the first inning before Marichal could record an out. Cepeda singled home Mays in the fourth, but Sosa got the run back in the bottom half inning with a solo home run.

     Cepeda homered in the sixth inning, cutting the lead in half, but the Cubs would respond in the seventh. Banks drew a walk to lead off and Hundley singled him to third. D. Young laced a rbi single. Hands laid down a bunt to put men on second and third. Kessinger lofted a sac fly before Popovich was retired for the third out.

     Haller homered in the top of the ninth for the final run.

Hands W(2-2)9IP9H1W4K3ER2HR 

     B. Williams 1-4 r 3rbi HR(3)  Sosa 1-4 r rbi HR(4)  D. Young 1-2 rbi  Kessinger 1-3 r rbi   ( 69 Cubs )

Marichal L(1-2)7IP5H4W4K6ER2HR 
Larsen1IP  1K   

     Haller 3-4 r rbi HR(3)  Cepeda 2-4 r 2rbi HR(4)  F. Alou 3-4  Mays 1-4 r 2B   ( 62 Giants )



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24 Senators continue to roll; take 3 of 4 from 69 Twins

Game 1

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24 Senators (11-5)0020000002110
69 Twins (6-8)00004000x4121

     Jim Perry scattered 11 singles, going all the way for the win. Mogridge lost his first game of the season, pitching 7 innings.

     Washington scored a pair of unearned runs in the third. Rice and Harris singled, then Goslin reached on an error by R. Reese, allowing Rice to score. Wilson struck out and Judge hit a sac fly.

     Minnesota scored all their runs in the fourth. Uhleander led off with a single. Perry's bunt attempt failed, putting Perry on base. Tovar singled and Carew followed with a rbi single. Oliva's base hit drove home Tovar with the tying run. Killebrew followed with a triple, plating 2 more runs before being stranded at third as the final 2 outs were recorded.

     Things got interesting in the top of the ninth. Rice led off with a bases hit. After Harris flew out, Goslin singled to put runners on the corners for Wilson. Perry got Hack to ground into a game ending double play.

Mogridge L(3-1)7IP12H1W1K4ER  
Speece1IP      

     Rice 3-5 r  Goslin 2-5  Judge 1-3 rbi   ( 24 Senators )

J. Perry W(3-0)9IP11H1W5K0ER  

     Killebrew 2-4 2rbi 3B  Oliva 3-4 r rbi  Carew 1-4 r rbi  Cardenas 2-4 2B   ( 69 Twins )

Game 2

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24 Senators (11-6)0220003007120
69 Twins (7-8)2000003005112

     W. Johnson wasn't at his best, but still managed to go all the way for the win. Boswell went 6 1/3 innings, losing his fourth straight decision.

     The "Hack Attack" was at it again, collecting 4 hits, 2rbis, and his league leading 11th home run.

     Killebrew homered for the Twins, and Torre and Oliva drove in the other runs. Torre finished a homer shy of the cycle.

W. Johnson W(2-2)9IP11H1W10K5ER1HR 

     H. Wilson 4-5 2r 2rbi HR(11)  Ruel 3-5 2r rbi  Goslin 2-5 r 3B  Judge 1-5 r 2B  W. Johnson 1-4 rbi   ( 24 Senators )

Boswell L(0-4)6 1/3IP10H4W2K5ER1HR 
B. Miller   2/3IP1H     
Perranoski2IP1H 2K   

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

Game 3

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24 Senators (12-6)021000000380
69 Twins (7-9)000000000013

     The story of this game was Zachary! Zachary tossed a complete game 1 hit shut out for the win. He held the Twins hitless for the first 6 2/3 innings before Carew slapped a clean single to end the no hit bid.

     Meanwhile, Hack Wilson drilled his 12th home run of the season leading off the second inning, giving Zachary all the runs he would need.

Zachary W(3-0)9IP1H3W4K0ERSO(1) 

     H. Wilson 3-4 r rbi HR(12)  Ruel 2-4 r rbi  Harris 2-4   ( 24 Senators )

Kaat L(1-1)8IP8H2W2K3ER1HR 
Grzenda1IP      

     Carew 1-4   ( 69 Twins )

Game 4

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24 Senators (13-6)1110500019122
69 Twins (7-10)300000000371

     After allowing 3 unearned runs in the first inning, Marberry shut Minnesota down for the remainder of the game. Washington's offense then took over, knocking Chance from the game after 4+ innings.

     With 1 out in the first, Carew singled. Oliva reached on an error by Peckinpaugh. Killebrew flew out, then Torre hit a 3 run homer.

     Harris had 3 hits, scoring 3 runs for the Senators. Goslin chipped in with a pair of hits, scoring twice and driving home 2 runs.

Marberry W(2-2)9IP7H2W2K0ER1HR 

     Harris 3-5 3r rbi 2B 3B  Goslin 2-5 2r 2rbi  2B  H. Wilson 2-5 2r  Judge 2-2 rbi  Peckinpaugh 1-4 r rbi 2B   ( 24 Senators )

Chance L(1-2)4IP10H2W3K7ER  
Woodson2IP1H 1K1ER  
B. Miller3IP1H2W    

     Torre 2-4 r 2rbi HR(4)  R. Reese 2-3  Carew 1-3 r   ( 69 Twins )



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