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Date: March 13th
RE: 1949 Yankees & Red Sox C+D Replay
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Yeah, I'm figuring now at least a year depending on how many games per day I can get in. Or if I decide at some point to do the NL season too.



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You try that today and you'd be in front of an inquiry board with the Players Association. I read up on the way McCarthy was pushing Parnell and Kinder in the last month of the 1949 season - short rest, relief appearances between starts, basically a 2-man rotation & bullpen. Guess I can't do any worse!

 

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Thanks, that's good advice, esp as I'm planning to run the full 154 game season. I'm hoping to be able to roll at least 2 a day, maybe 3 a day on weekends. Between work, dog, and house upkeep it's always something. At least there's no wife & kids!

 

 



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Friday - April 22nd

Detroit at Cleveland
Detroit topped the Indians 6-0 behind a brilliant 2 hit shutout by Fred Hutchinson, Hutch allowed 2 hits in the first and then proceeded to retire 25 batters in row for the CG win.
WP: Hutchinson (CLE)
LP: Bearden (DET)

Philadelphia at Washington
The Senators won 7-6 on a 2 run rally in the 9th against the A's - the A's led 6-5 heading into the bottom of the 9th but Bobby Shantz surrendered 3 singles allowing Washington to plate the tying and winning runs.
The two teams put on a fireworks show combining for 26 hits.
WP: Gonzalez (WAS)
LP: Shantz (PHL)

St Louis at Chicago
The White Sox rolled over St Louis 11-2 in the Windy City. The Sox batted around in the 2nd, 5th, and 6th cranking out 16 hits and taking 6 walks. Joe Tipton (CHI) had a big day at the plate with 2 doubles and 2 triples while only driving in 1 run.
In the 5th St Louis pitchers issued 4 consecutive walks before getting out of the inning on a double play ball. Marino Pieretti had a walk and a single, driving in 2 runs in support of himself.
WP: Pieretti (CHI)
LP: Embree (STL)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 12:38:33 AM

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Saturday - April 23rd 1949

Philadelphia at Washington
Ray Scarborough held the A's to 5 hits over 9 innings, striking out 5 to take a 2-0 CG win over Dick Fowler.
Fowler threw a good game himself going 8 innings giving up only 4 hits but getting no run support, despite going 2 for 2 (with a double and a walk) at the plate.
WP: Scarborough (WAS)
LP: Fowler (PHL)

St. Louis at Chicago
Chicago sent 10 men to the plate during a 4 run 4th to beat St. Louis 5-4. The Browns posted single runs in 3rd, 6th, 8th & 9th but fell one short despite 11 hits on the day.
WP: Gettel (CHI)
LP: Kennedy (STL)
SV: Klieman (CHI)

Detroit at Cleveland
Early Wynn went 8 strong innings to pick up the win against Detroit. Wynn looked like he was enroute to a CG shutout but stumbled in the 9th and needed help from the bullpen to close the door.
With runners on 2nd & 3rd and 1 out Al Benton came on in the 9th to retire the last 2 Tigers for the save. Cleveland's only run came in the 8th on a pair of singles & a sac bunt.
Hal Newhouser took the loss despite giving up only 5 hits over 9 innings and striking out 4.
WP: Wynn (CLE)
LP: Newhouser (DET)
SV: Benton (CLE)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 11:12:01 PM

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Sunday - April 24th 1949

St. Louis at Chicago - Game 1
Chicago took the opening tilt by a 7-3 score - doing it with a combination of singles, walks and stolen bases (3) to bunch runs in 3 separate innings. Both sides play sloppy defense with a total of 4 errors (2 each).
WP: Wight (CHI)
LP: Garver (STL)

St. Louis at Chicago - Game 2
St. Louis rode the longball to take the 2nd game 5-2 from the White Sox. Jerry Priddy and Les Moss both went deep, and Priddy added a 2-run double to give him 3 RBIs for the game.
Neither starter pitched particularly well and the game was in the hands of both bullpens by the 5th inning.
WP: Winegarner (STL)
LP: Surkont (CHI)
SV: Ferrick (STL)

Philadelphia @ Washington
The A's doubled up the Senators 8-4 to pick up the win in DC. Clyde Vollmer and Al Evans each had a 2-run HR to account for all of Washington's scoring. Not to be outdone the A's got 2-run blasts from Hank Majeski
and Eddie Joost to match Washington's slugging.
WP: Brissie (PHL)
LP: Hudson (WAS)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Wednesday 15th of March 2017 11:26:38 PM

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Monday - April 25th 1949
Washington at Boston
Mel Parnell went 8 innings giving up 3 runs and Ted Williams went 3-4 with 2 doubles, a home run and 3-RBI to pace Boston to an 8-3 over Washington. Paul Calvert got an early shower after giving up 8 runs on 7 hits + 3 walks in 3 2/3 innings.
WP: Parnell (BOS)
LP: Calvert (WAS)

Philadelphia at New York
Joe Coleman and Vic Raschi hooked up in a tense pitcher's duel in Yankee Stadium. Both starters went the distance in a 1-0 victory for the A's. Coleman scattered 3 hits and 2 walks and striking out 2 over 9 innings holding the Yankees scoreless.
Raschi pitched nearly as well, limiting the A's took only 4 hits and 2 walks over 9 innings, unfortunately one of those hits was a solo HR to Elmer Valo in the 8th. New York had only 1 runner reach 2nd base over the course of the game.
WP: Coleman (PHL)
LP: Raschi



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Tuesday - April 26th 1949 (pt. 1)
St. Louis at Cleveland
The Browns used 11 hits, 4 walks, and a Cleveland error to best the host team 6-1 today. The Browns held a 3-1 lead and then dropped 3 more runs on the Indians in the 8th to seal the win.
WP: Embree (STL)
LP: Lemon (CLE)

Philadelphia at New York
Yankee bats came alive today after yesterday's shutout as NY beat the A's 10-1 behind Tommy Byrne who went 7 allowing only 2 hits and 3 walks. The Bombers hit 4 doubles, a triple and a HR to pour on the runs. Yogi Berra hit a double in the 6th and a grand slam in the 7th to tally 5 RBIs on the the day. Philly's only run came on a Ferris Fain HR in the 6th.
WP: Byrne (NY)
LP: Shantz (PHL)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Friday 17th of March 2017 11:23:59 PM

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Tommy Byrne pitched 7 innings and only walked 3??????????

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nacster wrote:

Tommy Byrne pitched 7 innings and only walked 3??????????


 Right? I had to go back and make sure the dice weren't rigged.



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PhilliesPhan61 wrote:
nacster wrote:

Tommy Byrne pitched 7 innings and only walked 3??????????


 Right? I had to go back and make sure the dice weren't rigged.


 Home plate umpire, Mr. Magoo, had the wide strike zone.

 

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Tuesday - April 26th 1949 (pt 2)
Detroit at Chicago (game 1)
Three White Sox hurlers (Surkount, Shoum, Pieretti) combined on a 5 hit shut-out of Detroit in today's opener (5BBs and 5Ks). Neither side displayed a lot of offense with no extra-base hits for the game. Chicago's 3 runs came on a combination of singles, walks and Detroit fielding miscues. Final scores - Chicago 3 St Louis 0
WP: Surkont (CHI)
LP: Kretlow (DET)
SV: Pieretti (CHI)

Detroit at Chicago (game 2)
In the 2nd game Virgil Trucks held Chicago to 1 run scattering 6 hits and 1 walk over 9 innings to give Detroit a split in the twin bill. Once again the offense was based on singles, walks and errors in Detroit's 5-1 victory.
WP: Trucks (DET)
LP: Judson (CHI)



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Wednesday - April 27th 1949
Philadelphia at Boston
The A's scored 2 in the first and were cruising for 8 innings until Boston struck back. Boston scored 1 run in the 7th to cut the lead in half, then put a 3 spot on the board in the 8th. Ted Williams started the 8th with a solo HR, the 2 BBs and 2 singles added the remaining Boston runs for a 4-2 win. Philly gave it a shot in the 9th getting the first 2 runners aboard before Earl Johnson got Pete Suder to hit into a triple play to end the threat and the game.
WP: Quinn (BOS)
LP: Harris (PHL)
SV: Johnson

New York at Washington
New York handed Allie Reynolds a 3-run lead in the first but that was the last that went right for the Bombers all day. In the bottom of the 2nd 2 NY errors, 2 walks, and 2 singles put the Senators on top 4-3. The teams traded a couple of runs but NY couldn't put together a rally and fell to the Senators 6-4.
WP: Haefner (WAS)
LP: Shea (NY)
SV: Wiek (WAS)

St. Louis at Detroit
The Tigers used 14 hits and 3 walks to down the visiting Browns 6-4, every Detroit starter (except Newhouser) tallied at least 1 hit. Newhouser went 7 giving up 6 hits and 3 runs to get the win.
WP: Newhouser (DET)
LP: Drews (STL)

Chicago at Cleveland
Larry Doby had a huge day at the plate in Cleveland's 9-4 victory over Chicago. Doby hit for the cycle going 5-5 with 5 RBIs (Solo HR in 1st, 1B in 3rd, RBI 2B in the 5th, 3 RBI 3B in the 7th, 1B in the 8th). Cleveland scored 3 more in the 8th on Bob Kennedy's 3-run HR (pinch hit). Steve Gromek went 7 innings allowing 5 hits, 4BBs but only 1 run for the win. Chicago rallied for 3 in the 9th but it was too little, too late to overcome Doby's big day.
WP: Gromek (CLE)
LP: Pieretti (CHI)



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Thursday - April 28th 1949
New York at Washington
New York got 2 in the first on a Tommy Henrich 2-run HR but Washington bounced back with single runs in the 3rd & 4th to knot it up. However in the 5th the wheels came off for the Senators as they gave up 2 runs in the 5th, 2 more in the 6th, and 1 in the 7th to hand the Yankees a 7-3 win. Bobby Brown had a 2 run triple in the 6th and Charlie Silvera took advantage of a rare start going 2-4 with 2 RBI and a BB.
WP: Lopat (NY)
LP: Scarborough (WAS)

St. Louis at Detroit
Detroit was cruising with a 4-2, then added 3 in the 7th for what looked like a romp over the Browns. However the Browns struck back in the top of the 9th scoring 4 runs making it a nail-biter for Detroit. All 4 of the Browns runs came with 2 out as Lou Kretlow retired the first 2 Browns he faced then gave up a walk, hit batter, walk, 2 run double before he was pulled. Marv Grissom gave up a 2 run single to Graham before striking out Whitey Platt to end the game.
WP: Gray (DET)
LP: Garver (STL)
SV: Grissom (DET)

Philadelphia at Boston Mickey Harris pitched well for 8 innings before faltering in the top of the 9th giving up 2 straight singles. Earl Johnson came in to relieve but allowed but of Harris' men to score tying the game at 3. Johnson failed in the 10th allowing a lead off HR to Eddie Joost to put Philly on top. The A's got 2 perfect innings out of Bobby Shantz to top Boston 4-3.
WP: Shantz (PHL)
LP: Johnson (BOS)



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Friday - April 29th 1949
Cleveland at Detroit
Detroit scratched out a 4-2 win over the visiting Indians today. Heading into the 8th the Tigers were up by 1 but a 2 run bomb by Vic Wertz provided the cushion for the win. Detroit got 7 strong innings from starter Hutchinson, and Dizzy Trout got the save coming in to relieve Stuart in the 9th after he had given up a leadoff single followed by a walk.
WP: Hutchinson (DET)
LP: Bearden (CLE)
SV: Trout (DET)

Washington at Philadelphia
The Mackmen trumped the Senators 2-1 at Shibe Park this afternoon. Lou Brissie tossed 8 innings, giving up only 1 run on 8 hits and 5 walks while racking up 4 Ks. He was helped by the fact that Philly turned 3 double plays (3rd, 5th, and 8th). Bobby Shantz picked up the saving pitching a scoreless 9th. Philly managed only 5 hits but was able to scratch out 2 runs.
WP: Brissie (PHL)
LP: Haynes (WAS)
SV: Shantz (PHL)

Boston at New York
Old Reliable lived up to his nickname vs Boston, driving in all of New York's 6 runs in a 6-3 win. After Ted Williams opened the scoring with solo HR in the top of the 1st, Henrich responded with a 2 run shot in the bottom of the frame. Boston chipped away and at the 7th inning stretch held a 3-2 lead thanks to a solo HR from Stan Spence in the 5th and a run-scoring single from Johnny Pesky in the 7th.
Tex Hughson relieve Kramer to start the 7th and retired Mapes, Keller pinch hit for Raschi and drew a walk, followed by a double by Coleman to put runners on 2nd & 3rd. Hughson got Rizzuto to pop-up to 3rd, but then walked Gene Woodling to load the bases with 2 out. After a mound visit by McCarthy Tex squared off against Henrich who drove a 2-2 pitch over the wall for a grand slam and a 6-3 lead. Joe Page came on to pitch the 9th and put up another W for the Yankees.
WP: Raschi (NY)
LP: Hughson (BOS)
SV: Page (NY)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Tuesday 21st of March 2017 11:29:46 PM

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