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RE: 1949 National League Replay
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Tuesday - April 26th 1949
New York Giants @ Philadelphia Phillies
The Phillies are living a charmed life this April, balls are falling in for hits while the opposite is true for their opponents. They know it’ll end someday, but right now they are riding high. Once again the Phightin’s used a big inning - a 4 run 3rd to take control of the ballgame. They got solid pitching from Bill Meyer who allowed 3 runs on 8 hits\3 walks over 8 innings for the W. The Phillies rapped out 15 hits in their 8-3 win, only 1 of which went for extra bases (a 2 run 2B by Waitkus in the 3rd).
WP: Meyer (PHL)
LP: Jansen (NYG)

Boston Braves @ Brooklyn Dodgers
Had did the old poem go “Spahn & Sain and pray for rain”? Not this year, more likely “Spahn and Sain and feel the pain”. For the 3rd straight start Johnny Sain has looked mortal. The Dodgers accosted him for 9 hits and 6 runs in 3 and a 1/3 en route to an 6-4 win over Boston. Preacher Rowe went 8 for Brooklyn giving up 4 runs on 8 hits. The Braves got solo HR from Conaster and Russell but couldn’t overcome Sain’s deficit. Brooklyn played small ball using speed & singles to take the win.
WP: Roe (BKN)
LP: Sain (BOS)



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Wednesday - April 27th 1949
Boston Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies
It was Spahn vs Roberts at Shibe Park tonight on a chilly April evening. The cool air didn’t cool the Philly bats though as they staked Roberts to a 4-0 lead in the first and never looked back. Willie Jones hit a 3-run HR in the 1st with 2 out. The Phils added a single run in the 4th and then broke the game open with a 5 run 7th, courtesy of Jones’ 2nd HR of the game, this one a grand slam. Boston got 3 runs off of a tiring Roberts in the 8th before Jim Konstanty came in to shut the Braves down and preserve the 11-6 win.
WP: Roberts (PHL)
LP: Spahn (BOS)

Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs
Johnny Vander Meer went 7 innings allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and 3 walks to lead the Reds to a 6-4 win over the Chicago Cubs. Dutch Leonard took the loss for Chicago, only lasting till the 4th giving up 6 runs on 11 hits. The Reds got a 2 run 2b from Ted Kluszewski in the 1st and a 2 run 3b from Grady Hatton in the 3rd to lead the scoring.
WP: Vander Meer (CIN)
LP: Leonard (CHN)

Pittsburgh Pirates @ St Louis Cardinals
Murry Dickson (PIT) and Howie Pollett (STL) hooked up in a classic pitcher’s duel at Sportsman’s Park this evening. Dickson prevailed in a 2-1 win when he was actually outpitched by Pollett. In 9 innings Dickson surrendered 11 hits and 3 walks but only allowed 1 run, Pollett gave up only 6 hits, 1 walk, and struck out 5 in taking the loss. Pittsburgh scored a run in the 6th due to 2 St Louis errors, and then a solo HR from Eddie Bockman in the 9th for the win.
WP: Dickson (PIT)
LP: Pollett (STL)


Brooklyn Dodgers @ New York Giants
Brooklyn’s Paul Minner made the most of a spot start - pitching 6 scoreless innings allowing only 4 hits and 2 walks in getting the win. The Dodgers scored 4 in the 2nd with the help of Campanella’s 3 run bomb. They added 1 in the 4th and 2 in the 8th when NY gave up 4 straight walks and a sac fly. Giants scored 2 in the 7th on Mickey Livingston’s 2-run HR.
WP: Minner (BKN)
LP: Kennedy (NYG)



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Thursday - April 28th 1949
Boston Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies
The Braves hit Phillie’s starter Thompson for 2 in the 1st on a 2-run HR by Earl Torgeson and never trailed. In the 5th they lit Thompson up for 4 runs - BB, 2B, 1B, 3B - not Thompson’s finest inning. In the 7th Boston got 2 more after Blix Donnely allowed a 2B followed by 3 straight BBs. Philly got 2 in the 7th off Boston starter Vern Bickford by the Brave’s bullpen shut the Phightn’s down for an 8-2 Boston win.
WP: Bickford (BOS)
LP: Thompson (PHL)

Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs
Chicago scratched out a 2-1 10 inning win today, walking off on a 10th inning 2B from Andy Park. Both starters went 7 and left in a 1-1 tie. Pafko’s 2B came with 2 out in the bottom of the 10th.
WP: McLish (CHN)
LP: Erautt (CIN)

Pittsburgh Pirates @ St Louis Cardinals
Pittsburgh starter Bob Muncrief didn’t make it out of the 2nd allowing 7 runs on 4 hits and 6 walks. Every Cardinal starter (including the pitcher) had at least 1 RBI. The only Cardinal without a hit was Enos Slaughter who still had 2 RBI (sac fly, and walked in a run). The biggest Cardinal hit was a 2-run triple in the 2nd by Joe Garigiola as the Cards scored 16 without a HR. Final St. Louis 16 - Pittsburgh 5.
WP: Brazle (STL)
LP: Muncrief (PIT)


Brooklyn Dodgers @ New York Giants
Brooklyn has been enjoying their visit to their neighbor’s park - cranking out 10 runs on 10 hits & 10 walks. Brooklyn also got 2-run HRs from Jackie Robinson and Duke Snider. The strike zone must have been the size of a dixie cup though because NY walked 10 times as well, but came up on the short end of a 10-5 score.
WP: Branca (BKN)
LP: Jones, S. (NYG)



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Friday - April 29th 1949
Philadelphia Phillies @ Brooklyn Dodgers
Ken Heintzleman and Joe Hatten dueled each other to a 3-3 tie over 7+ innings - both pitchers were hit hard but double plays and baserunning gaffes kept the score low. The Dodgers got 2 against Rowe in the 8th off a 2-run shot by Gil Hodges to take a 5-3 lead heading into the 9th. The Phillies, showing the resilience of a cartoon cat bounced back for 2 in the 9th to tie going 1B - 2B - 1B off Erv Palica to open the frame. Alas the Phigtins’ bullpen faltered in the Brooklyn half of the frame as Charlie Bicknell allowed a bases-loaded walk to Roy Campanlla giving the Dodgers a real ‘walk-off’ win 6-5.
WP: Erskine (BKN)
LP: Bicknell (PHL)

Chicago Cubs @ St Louis Cardinals
The Cardinals scored 5 in the 2nd thanks to 2 Cubs errors, 2 walks and 4 hits off Chicago starter Johnny Schmitz. The Cards take on 3 in the 6th and 2 more in the 7th to take a 10-4 win from the Cubbies.
WP: Munger (STL)
LP: Erautt (CIN)
SV: Johnson (STL)
New York Giants @ Boston Braves
Brave’s starter Bill Voiselle became the first 3 game winner in this young NL season picking up the win with a CG shutout of visiting NY. Voiselle scattered 4 hits and 3 walks over 9 for the win. The big hit for Boston was a 2-run triple by Pete Reiser in the 3rd. Johnny Mize hit a 2B for the Giants in the 2nd and was the only NY runner to make it passed first base.
WP: Voiselle (BOS)
LP: Hartung (NYG)


Pittsburgh Pirates @ Cincinnati Reds
The Reds continue their blistering start to the season picking up their 8th win (8-1) against hapless Pittsburgh (now 1-8) today by a 4-3 score. Cincinnati was helped by 3 Pirates errors that all lead to Reds runs.
WP: Fox (CIN)
LP: Werle (PIT)
SV: Fanovich

The NL games of the 30th will get the 2 league schedule back in synch. At that point I’m going to create a new combined thread for the remainder of the season. The new thread will recap April and provide links back to the original threads in case anyone needs them. I expect to post 2 games a night, one from each league, maybe 4 games a day on Sat-Sun depending on the weather and how the Phillies are doing in real life (12 runs in the first on Saturday, unreal, have never seen an inning like that on TV or in person my whole baseball watching life).



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Saturday - April 30th 1949
Philadelphia Phillies @ Brooklyn Dodgers
The Phillies’ Hank Bororwy pitched a great game for 7 innings today - allowing only 2 hits and no walks while striking out 2. The 8th was a bit rougher as he gave up a solo HR to Pee Wee Reese and a 2 run shot to Gil Hodges. It wasn’t enough for Brooklyn though as they allowed 7 Phillies to cross the plate, including a 2 run HR from Del Ennis in the 6th. At one point Borowy retired 16 Dodgers in a row.
WP: Borowy (PHL)
LP: Banta (BKN)

Chicago Cubs @ St Louis Cardinals
The Cubs jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first and it all went downhill from there as that was their only run of the ballgame. St Louis starter Jim Hearn quickly settiled down and dealt 5 more innings of no run ball, reliever Fred Martin continued dealing goose eggs for a 6-1 St Louis lead. Once again St Louis does it on small ball, only 1 extra base hit in the game along with 4 walks.
WP: Hearn (STL)
LP: Rush (CHI)
SV: Martin (STL)
New York Giants @ Boston Braves
The Giants were too much for the hometown Braves - taking away a 5-0 win in Boston. Giant’s started Larry Jansen got the CG shutout allowing only 5 hits, 0 walks and 2Ks in a well-pitched game. Boston’s Johnny Said pitched his best game of the young season, going 8 and only allowing 3 runs on 9 hits - but he got no support from his Boston mates.
WP: Jansen (NYG)
LP: Sain (BOS)


Pittsburgh Pirates @ Cincinnati Reds
The luckless Pirates surprised Cincinnati taking today’s tilt by a 3-1 score. Pittsburgh got all of their runs in the 3rd off a 2-run triple by Ralph Kiner and an RBI single for pitcher Riddle.
WP: Riddle (PIT)
LP: Wehmeier (CIN)
SV: Casey (PIT)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Thursday 13th of April 2017 11:33:22 PM

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April Standings

TeamWLPctGB
CIN82.800-
PHL85.6151.5
CHN65.5452.5
BKN66.5003.0
STL55.5003.0
BOS67.4623.5
NYG47.3634.5
PIT29.1816.5

 

 

Home Runs
PlayerTeamTotal
TorgesonBOS4
SniderBKN4
PafkoCHI3
GordonNYG3
LockmanNYG3
ThompsonNYG3

 

 

Triples
PlayerTeamTotal
AshburnPHL5
WalkerCHI3
GordonNYG3

 

Doubles
PlayerTeamTotal
EnnisPHL7
RussellBOS6
KluszewskiCIN6
MizeNYG5
WaitkusPHL5
CampanellaBKN4
GustineCHI4

 

 

RBI
PlayerTeamTotal
SniderBKN15
WaitkusPHL14
ThompsonBKN11
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Surprising start by the Reds.

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Surprising start by the Reds.


 I hadn't realized it as I wasn't charting day-to-day for the first week or so. The Reds won their first 7 in a row to start the season. The Phillies have reversed their fortunes a bit, and the Pirates have had a horrible start.

 

Here's where the league stood for real on April 30th -

 WLPctGB
CIN64.600--
BSN75.583--
NYG65.545 0.5
BRO66.500 1.0
STL55.500 1.0
CHC56.455 1.5
PIT56.455 1.5
PHI58.385 2.5


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I'm posting the End-of-April standings as a touch point for the new thread (below).

April Standings - NL

TeamWLPctGB
CIN82.800-
PHL85.6151.5
CHN65.5452.5
BKN66.5003.0
STL55.5003.0
BOS67.4623.5
NYG47.3634.5
PIT29.1816.5

April Standings - AL

TeamWonLostPct.GB
DET73.700-
BOS65.5451.5
PHL76.5451.5
WAS66.5002
CHI56.4542.5
STL56.4542.5
NYY57.4173
CLE36.3343.5


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Sunday - May 1st 1949

American League

Cleveland Indians (3-6) @ Detroit Tigers (7-3)
Bob Lemon threw a 5 hit CG shutout against the first place Tigers today - Lemon allowed 3 walks against 7Ks for the win. Cleveland got HRs from Larry Doby and Ray Boone to back Lemon’s fine pitching.
2B: (CLE) Keltner — (DET) Kell
3B: (CLE) Mitchell
HR: (CLE) Doby - Boone
RBI: (CLE) Doby 2 - Keltner - Vernon - Boone
WP: Lemon (CLE) 1-1 9IP 5H 0R 0ER 3BB 7K
LP: Newhouser (DET) 2-2 9IP 8H 5R 5ER 3BB 7K
SV: ()

Boston Red Sox (6-5) @ New York Yankees (5-7)
Boston beat up on the Yankees 11-3 at The Stadium this afternoon. Boston starter Mel Parnell got the CG W despite allowing 9 hits and 3 walks as Boston battered the Yanks pitchers for 14 hits and 12 walks.
2B: (BOS) Tebbets 2 — (NYY) Coleman - Rizzuto - Berra - Lindell
3B:
HR: (BOS) Williams — (NYY) Berra
RBI: (BOS) DMaggio 3 - Pesky - Williams 2 - Goodman 3 - Mele - Tebbets - Parnell — (NYY) Berra 2 - Bauer
WP: Parnell (BOS) 2-1 9IP 9H 3R 3ER 3BB 0K
LP: Reynolds (NYY) 0-1 5.1IP 9H 8R 6ER 8BB 5K
SV: ()

 

National League

Philadelphia Philles (8-5) @ Brooklyn Dodgers (5-5)
Brooklyn used the long ball to shutout Philly 8-0 at Ebbets field this afternoon. The Dodger’s Preacher Roe pitched a stellar 2 hit shutout for the CG win.
2B:
3B: (BKN) Cox 2
HR: (BKN) Robinson - Snider - Reese
RBI: (BKN) Robinson 2 - Cox 2 - Furillo - Snider - Reese
WP: Roe (BKN) 2-1 9IP 2H 0R 0ER 0BB 6K
LP: (Meyer (PHN) 2-1 6IP 4H 4R 4ER 2BB 4K
SV: ()

St Louis Cardinals (5-5) @ Chicago Cubs (6-5)
It’s been a shutout day all over baseball today as the Cardinals blanked the hometown Cubs 4-0 at Wrigley. St Louis starter Harry Breechen allowed only 3 hits over 9 innings.
2B: (STL) Musial - Slaughter 2 - Kazak
3B: (STL) Schoendiest
HR:
RBI: (STL) Schoendiest - Slaughter 2 - Kazak
WP: Breechen (STL) 1-2 9IP 3H 0R 0ER 0BB 0K
LP: Leonard (CHI) 1-2 6IP 12H 4R 4ER 0BB 2K
SV: ()

Remaining Games for May 1st
NL
Pittsburgh Pirates @ Cincinnati Reds (doubleheader)
New York Giants @ Boston Braves (doubleheader)

AL
Chicago White Sox @ St Louis Browns (doubleheader)
Washington Senators @ Philadelphia Athletics (doubleheader)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Monday 17th of April 2017 12:19:57 AM

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Sunday - May 1st 1949

American League

Chicago White Sox (5-6) @ St Louis Browns (5-6)
St Louis starter Karl Dress worked 3 long innings this Sunday - allowing 8 runs on 10 hits to fall to 0-3 on the young season. Chicago sent 9 men to the plate in the 1st and 3rd inning scoring 4 runs in each frame. White Sox hurler Bill Wight went the distance despite giving up 13 hits, aided by St Louis obligingly hitting into 4 double plays. Final CHI 13 — STL 2.
2B: (CHI) Scala - Appling - Zernial - Wheeler — (STL) Lehner
3B: (CHI) Michaels - Baker
HR: -none-
RBI: (CHI) Scala - Goldsberry 2 - Appling - Zernial - Philley - Michaels 2 - Wheeler 3 - Baker 2 — (STL) Pellagrini - Drews
WP: Wight (CHI) 2-0 — 9IP 13H 2R 2ER 3BB 3K
LP: Drews (STL) 0-3 — 3IP 10H 8R 7ER 1BB 1K
SV: -none-

 

National League

New York Giants (4-7) @ Boston Braves (6-7)
Warren Spahn and Monte Kennedy hooked up in great pitchers duel with Spahn taking the W with a CG shutout of New York. Kennedy was actually the better pitcher on the day giving up only 3 hits to Spahn’s 7 but one of those hits was a solo HR to Boston’s Earl Torgeson.
2B: (NYG) Thompson - Marshall
3B: -none-
HR: (BOS) Torgeson
RBI: (BOS) Torgeson
WP: Spahn (BOS) 1-2 — 9IP 7H 0R 0ER 1BB 1K
LP: Kennedy (NYG) 0-2 — 8IP 3H 1R 1ER 1BB 4K
SV: -none-

Remaining Games for May 1st
NL
Pittsburgh Pirates @ Cincinnati Reds (Doubleheader)
New York Giants @ Boston Braves (Game 2)

AL
Chicago White Sox @ St Louis Browns (Game 2)
Washington Senators @ Philadelphia Athletics (Doubleheader)



-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Monday 17th of April 2017 11:03:04 PM

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Sunday - May 1st 1949

American League

Washington Senators (6-6) @ Philadelphia A’s (7-6)
The Senators hit 2 triples back-to-back to open the first - Gil Coan and Buddy Lewis doing the honors. Clyde Vollmer then smacked a 2-run HR and the Senators never looked back. Coan added a 2nd triple in the 4th. Washington went on to win this one 5-1 behind Joe Haynes who pitched well, scattering 4 hits over 6 innings of work.
2B: -none-
3B: (WAS) Coan 2 - Lewis
HR: (WAS) Vollmer-
RBI: (WAS) Vollmer 3 - Coan - Lewis — (PHL) Majeski
WP: Haynes (CHI) 1-1 — 6IP 4H 0R 0ER 2BB 1K
LP: Schieb (PHL) 1-1— 4IP 7H 5R 5ER 2BB 0K
SV: -none-

 

National League

Pittsburgh Pirates (2-9) @ Cincinnati Reds (8-2)
Pittsburgh had Cincinnati seeing red on May Day in a 16-2 rout of the first place Reds. Ralph Kiner had a 3 HR game driving in 6. Johnny Vader Meer was gone in the top of the 3rd after walking the first 3 Pirates he faced. Pittsburgh racked up 21 hits including 2 by starter Bob Chesnes (1B, 2B and 3 RBI).
2B: (PIT) Murtaugh - Westlake - Chesnes — (CIN) Wyrostek
3B: (PIT) Judnich
HR: (PIT) Kiner 3
RBI: (PIT) Kiner 6 - Chesnes 3 - Castiglone - Judnich - Westlake - Bockman - Murtaugh 2 - Fitz Gerald - (CIN) Stallcup - Baumholtz
WP: Chesnes (PIT) 1-1 — 6IP 7H 2R 2ER 7BB 3K
LP: Vander Meer (CIN) 1-1— 2IP 5H 6R 6ER 5BB 2K
SV: -none-

On a side note - Johnny Vander Meer was not the scheduled starter for Cincinnati in the game. The original starter was a man named Dixie Howell who started all of 2 games in his entire MLB carrier. SOM did not card Dixie for 1949 which is a terrible crime because if they had the Cincinnati battery for this game would have been Dixie Howell x2 - Cincinnati had a catcher with the same name who was in the starting 9 on May 1st. You can’t make this stuff up.
Dixie was 19-15 lifetime with a 3.78 ERA, he played for 3 teams over 6 years (CLE 1940, CIN1949, CHW 1955-58).

Remaining Games for May 1st
NL
Pittsburgh Pirates @ Cincinnati Reds (Game 2)
New York Giants @ Boston Braves (Game 2)

AL
Chicago White Sox @ St Louis Browns (Game 2)
Washington Senators @ Philadelphia Athletics (Game 2)
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PhilliesPhan61 wrote:



I'm posting the End-of-April standings as a touch point for the new thread (below).

April Standings - NL

TeamWLPctGB
CIN82.800-
PHL85.6151.5
CHN65.5452.5
BKN66.5003.0
STL55.5003.0
BOS67.4623.5
NYG47.3634.5
PIT29.1816.5

April Standings - AL

TeamWonLostPct.GB
DET73.700-
BOS65.5451.5
PHL76.5451.5
WAS66.5002
CHI56.4542.5
STL56.4542.5
NYY57.4173
CLE36.3343.5

 The Reds are surprisingly off to a fast start



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Nitrous Oxide wrote:
PhilliesPhan61 wrote:



I'm posting the End-of-April standings as a touch point for the new thread (below).

April Standings - NL

TeamWLPctGB
CIN82.800-
PHL85.6151.5
CHN65.5452.5
BKN66.5003.0
STL55.5003.0
BOS67.4623.5
NYG47.3634.5
PIT29.1816.5

April Standings - AL

TeamWonLostPct.GB
DET73.700-
BOS65.5451.5
PHL76.5451.5
WAS66.5002
CHI56.4542.5
STL56.4542.5
NYY57.4173
CLE36.3343.5

 The Reds are surprisingly off to a fast start


 They were 6-4 in real life at this point in '49 so definitely a better opening. In my replay they got hot and ran off 7 Ws in a row. Pittsburgh has cooled them off this weekend though taking 3 of 4.



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Sunday - May 1st 1949

American League

Chicago White Sox (7-5) @ St Louis Browns (5-7)
Chicago took both end of their doubleheader with St Louis jumping on Brown’s starter Embree for 6 runs in 3 innings. St Louis made an attempt at rallying, putting 4 runs on the board but fell short in a 7-4 loss. Chicago starter Kuzava went 8.1 before needing help from the pen to preserve the win.
2B: (CHI) Michaels 2 - Scala — (STL) Graham - Priddy
3B: -none-
HR: (CHI) Zernial - Tipton-
RBI: (CHI) Zernial 2 - Philley - Michaels - Tipton 3 — (STL) Graham - Lehner 2 - Priddy
WP: Kuzava (CHI) 1-0 — 8.1IP 7H 4R 4ER 5BB 3K
LP: Embree (STL) 1-2— 2IP 7H 6R 6ER 4BB 1K (faced 5 batters in 3rd)
SV: Shoun (CHI) (1)

 

National League

Pittsburgh Pirates (3-9) @ Cincinnati Reds (8-3)
Pittsburgh swept the doubleheader from 1st place Cincinnati and took 3 out of 4 from the hot starting Reds. The Pirates took the nightcap 7-2 behind a strong start from Cliff Chambers who gave up 6 hits over 6 innings allowing 0 runs. The key inning for Pittsburgh was the 6th when 2 Reds errors, a hit batsman, and 2 walks allowed 4 runs to score.
2B: (PIT) Castigleone— (CIN) Hatton - Litwhiler 2
3B: (CIN) Mueller
HR: -none-
RBI: (PIT) Hopp 3 - Murtaugh - McCullough - (CIN) Mueller - Kluzewski
WP: Chambers (PIT) 1-0 — 6IP 6H 0R 0ER 0BB 1K
LP: (Lively) 0-1— 5.2IP 5H 5R 3R 4BB 1K
SV: -none-

Remaining Games for May 1st
NL
New York Giants @ Boston Braves (Game 2)

AL
Washington Senators @ Philadelphia Athletics (Game 2)



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