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1949 Full Season C & D Replay
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A key component to winning is throwing strikes...technique only...

Did you use the SADV rule about Triple plays only on a 1-7 roll?

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Nitrous Oxide wrote:

A key component to winning is throwing strikes...technique only...

Did you use the SADV rule about Triple plays only on a 1-7 roll?


Six walks in an inning is just ridiculous, it's like Little League. I suppose I could have run out more pitchers...

I don't use the SADV rules for the most part so no on that, the TP result was clean from the card. I assume the play went like this - Swift out on the catch, Groth tagged running 2nd-3rd, Majeski throws to Joost covering 2nd to get Vico.

For the record I use a mix of Adv\SAdv rules for my games. I use the Park Effects chart, clutch hitting, and the little italics triangle rule (not sure what it is called officially). I also use the balk\WP\PB from 29.1 in the rulebook. So it's kind of a hybrid game.

Since I'm going for the season replay using the actual starting lineups\pitchers I'm ignoring die-rolled injuries in favor of the actual playing time gaps found on Baseball Reference.

 

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-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Tuesday 13th of June 2017 11:08:51 PM

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Friday - May 6th 1949

National League

Chicago Cubs @ Brooklyn Dodgers
Chicago hung 3 3-spots on the board at Ebbets Field in downing the Dodgers 9-5 this afternoon. The Dodgers did themselves no favors by committing 4 errors include 2 in Chicago’s 3-run 8th. Johnny Schmitz won it for Chicago, 8 hits and 2 walks over 7, Rex Barney took the loss for Brooklyn leaving in the 5th after allowing 6 runs on 8 hits & 2 walks.

2B: (CHI) Mauch (2), Smalley, Owen
    (BKN)

3B: (CHI) Walker, H               
    (BKN)

HR: (CHI) Pafko 
    (BKN) Reese, Cox

RBI:(CHI) Walker, H (2), Pafko (3), Owen (2), Cavaretta, Mauch
    (BKN) Reese, Cox, Snider, Furillo

WP: Schmitz (CHI) — 7 IP - 8 H - 3 R - 3 ER - 2 BB - 1 K
LP: Barney (BKN)  — 5 IP - 8 H - 6 R - 5 ER - 2 BB - 3 K

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CHI0300300309131
BKN1011000115114



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Friday - May 6th 1949

American League

Washington Senators @ St Louis Browns
The hometown Browns trashed the Senators 10-3 in front of 3,500 hometown faithful this afternoon at Sportsman’s Park. The Browns outhit the Senators 14-7 including a 2-run double from Jack Priddy and a 2-run HR from Stan Spence. St Louis starter Karl Drews went 6 innings allowing only 1 run on 4 hits for the win.

2B:  (WSH) Robertson - Robinson  (StL) Lehner - Priddy
3B:  (WSH)                       (StL)
HR:  (WSH)                       (StL) Spence
RBI: (WSH) Robertson (2) - Christman
     (StL) Lehner (2) - Priddy - Graham (3) - Spence (2)
WP: Drews (StL)   — 6 IP - 4 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 2 BB - 0 K
LP: Calvert (WSH) — 6 IP - 8 H - 5 R - 5 ER - 2 BB - 1 K

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WSH100000200371
StL10400014x10141





National League

Pittsburgh Pirates @ Philadelphia Phillies
When the dust settled on the 1st inning at Shibe Park the Pirates & Phillies were all knotted at 6. Both teams batted around, the Pirates using 6 singles and a Phillies error to score their half-dozen, the Phils responded by drawing 5 walks, hitting a sac fly, and grand slam from Andy Seminick for their 6. After that things settled down, a bit anyway. Phillies started Myer was yanked after giving up 2 singles in the second, his counterpart from Pittsburgh was allowed to hang around an pitch 5 more scoreless innings.

In the end the Pirates prevailed 12-9 as Philly relievers allowed them to double their scoring. The Pirates bullpen almost let it slip, the Phils got 1 in the 9th, and stranded 2. The 2 teams combined for 21 runs and 35 hits in a game that did nobodies ERA any good. The Pirates had 20 hits and only one of them (a triple by Rojek) went for extra bases.

2B:  (PIT)             (PHL) Waitkus
3B:  (PIT) Rojek       (PHL) Waitkus
HR:  (PIT)             (PHL) Seminick - Miller
RBI: (PIT) Rojek (3) - Kiner (2) - Westlake - Stevens - Bockman - Fitzgerald (2)
     (PHL) Jones - Nicholson - Miller (3) - Seminick (4)
WP: Riddle (PIT)  — 6 IP - 6 H - 6 R - 6 ER - 5 BB - 2 K
LP: Simmons (PHL) — 4 IP - 5 H - 2 R - 2 ER - 0 BB - 4 K

Starter’s Line
Meyer (PHL) —  1 IP - 8 H - 6 R - 5 ER - 0 BB - 1 K

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PIT60002020212200
PHL6000000219152



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Friday - May 6th 1949

American League

New York Yankees @ Chicago White Sox
The Yankees used small ball to grind out a 4-0 shutout of the hometown White Sox this afternoon. Johnny Lindell had the only extra-base hit of the day for either club when he legged out a triple in the 7th and scored on Henrich’s sac fly. Chicago never really got it on track as 4 Yankee pitchers contributed to the shutout effort, Spec Shea got the W and Joe Page the save coming on in the 9th with 3 on and no one out - a strikeout and a double play saving the shutout for NY.

2B:  (NYY)                              (CHI)
3B:  (NYY)Lindell                       (CHI)
HR:  (NYY)                              (CHI)
RBI: (NYY) Rizzuto - Henrich (2) - Shea (CHI)
WP: Shea (NYY)  — 5.1 IP - 3 H - 0 R - 0 ER - 5 BB - 3 K
LP: Wight (CHI) —   7 IP - 9 H - 4 R - 3 ER - 2 BB - 4 K
SV: Page (NYY)

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NYY100011100491
CHI000000000051





National League

St Louis Cardinals @ New York Giants
The Cardinals beat New York 9-5 at the Polo Grounds today, blowing the game open with a 5 run 7th that NY had no answer for. It was 4-3 after six but the Cardinals got a 3-run HR for Stan Musial and 2-run pinch hit double from Chuck Diering in the 7th. Jack Lohrke was the offensive star for the losing Giants going 4-5 with a 2B, HR and 2 RBI. St Louis was actually lucky to come out of this with a win as they committed 4 errors, including 2 in the 5th, but NY couldn’t capitialize on any of the opportunities.

2B:  (StL) Klien - Diering (NYG)Lohrke
3B:  (StL) Jones - Rice    (NYG)
HR:  (StL) Musial          (NYG)Lohrke
RBI: (StL) Musial (3) - Klien - Jones - Rice - Diering (2)
     (NYG) Lohrke (2) - Rigney
WP: Hearn (StL)   —  5 IP - 5 H - 3 R - 1 ER - 0 BB - 3 K
LP: Kennedy (NYG) —  6 IP - 8 H - 4 R - 4 ER - 2 BB - 4 K

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NYG100110020590



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Friday - May 6th 1949

National League

Cincinnati Reds @ Boston Braves
Warren Spahn went the distance in 6-2 Boston win, allowing 9 hits but striking out 10 over 9 innings. Spahn also chipped in with a solo HR in the 8th. Half of the Boston runs scored in the 6th on a terrible fielding error by Red’s CF Wroystek, Alvin Dark wound up on 3rd and three runs scored.

2B:  (CIN) Sauer - Stallcup (BOS) Stanky - Dark
3B:  (CIN) (BOS)
HR:  (CIN) Meeks   (BOS) Spahn
RBI: (CIN) Sauer - Meeks (BOS) Torgeson - Elliott - Spahn
WP: Spahn (BOS)         —  9 IP - 9 H - 2 R - 2 ER - 2 BB - 10 K
LP: Raffensburger (CIN) —  6 IP - 7 H - 5 R - 2 ER - 4 BB -  4 K

 

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CIN001000100291
BOS00002301x680

 



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Standings as of May 6th 1949

American League

TEAMWLPctGB
DET106.625-
CHI107.5880.5
PHL108.5561.0
BOS87.5331.5
StL89.4712.5
CLE57.4173.5
WAS710.4123.5
NYY710.4123.5

 

National League

TEAMWLPctGB
PHL117.611-
BKN107.5880.5
CHI86.5712.0
CIN88.5002.0
StL78.4672.5
BOS810.4443.0
PIT710.4123.5
NYG611.3534.5


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Saturday - May 7th 1949

National League

Pittsburgh Pirates @ Philadelphia Phillies
Another wild one at Shibe Park this afternoon saw the hometown Phillies with an 8-5 extra inning winning against their cross-state rival Pirates. The 2 teams played to a 2-2 tie after 9. Pirates starter Chesnes helped his on cause with a solo HR in the 5th, while the Phillies got a run on an error and a wild pitch in the 2nd. The other single runs came off RBI singles by Ralph Kiner (PIT) and Eddie Waitkus (PHL).

The big guns came out in extra innings. The teams traded 2-run HRs in the 10th - Westlake for the Pirates and Nicholson for Philly to tie the game at 4. Then in the 11th Dino Restelli hit a solo HR to put the Pirates up 5-4. Bottom of the 11th Pirates reliever Junior Walsh gets the first out of the inning, but then single, single, walk to load the bases - Tiny Bonham comes in to relive facing Del Ennis with the bases loaded & 1 out. One pitch. HR Ennis. 8-4 final.

2B:  (PIT) Hopp (PHL)
3B:  (PIT) Hopp (PHL)
HR:  (PIT) Chesnes - Westlake - Resteilli  (PHL) Nicholson - Ennis
RBI: (PIT) Kiner - Chesnes - Westlake (2) - Restelli
     (PHL) Waitkus - Nicholson (2) - Ennis (4)


WP: Thompson (PHL) — 1.2 IP - 2 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 0 BB - 1 K
LP: Walsh (PIT)    —  .1 IP - 2 H - 3 R - 3 ER - 1 BB - 0 K

Starter’s Lines
Rowe (PHL)    — 6 IP - 5 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 3 BB - 2 K
Chesnes (PIT) — 8 IP - 9 H - 2 R - 2 ER - 3 BB - 1 K

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PIT000010100215133
PHL010100000248150

 

For the curious the walk-off HR came on a 6-9 off the pitcher's card - clean HR, no park effect or split.



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That was an exciting game to rollbiggrin



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Saturday - May 7th 1949

American League

New York Yankees @ Chicago White Sox
Yankee pitching dominated White Sox hitting for the 2nd day in a row as the New Yorkers again blanked Chicago 4-0. Yankee hurler Bob Porterfield tossed a 4-hit shutout at the Pale Hose with 6 walks and 3 Ks. The Yankees got 2 2-run HR for all their scoring, Mapes connecting in the 2nd and Yogi Berra hitting one out in the 9th. Al Gettel pitched well in a losing cause, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits over 6 innings.

2B:  (NYY) Kryhoski              (CHI)
3B:  (NYY)                       (CHI)
HR:  (NYY) Mapes - Berra         (CHI)
RBI: (NYY) Mapes (2) - Berra (2) (CHI)
WP: Porterfield (NYY) — 9 IP - 4 H - 0 R - 0 ER - 6 BB - 3 K
LP: Gettel (CHI)      — 6 IP - 5 H - 2 R - 2 ER - 1 BB - 3 K

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NYY020000002472
CHI000000000040


-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Tuesday 20th of June 2017 11:02:13 PM

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Saturday - May 7th 1949

American League

Washington Senators @ St Louis Browns
St Louis starter Dick Starr had things pretty much his own way thru the first 8.1 innings of Saturday’s contest, cruising toward what appeared to be a 3-hit shutout of the visiting Senators. He had been handed a fat lead in the 2nd when St Louis chased Washington starter Masterson with 6 runs on 5 hits, a walk, and a fielding miscue. Starr cruised, at one point retiring 15 Senators in a row. However in the top of the 9th a leadoff triple to Vollmer and a single to Robinson forced the bullpen call. St Louis held on for a 7-1 victory.

2B:  (WSN) Lewis (2)   (StL) Spence - Moss
3B:  (WSN) Vollmer     (StL)
HR:  (WSN)             (StL)
RBI: (WSN) Robinson    (StL) Dillenger (2) - Lehner - Spence (2) - Moss - Pellagrini
WP: Starr (StL)  — 8.1 IP - 7 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 0 BB - 1 K
LP: Gettel (WSN) — 1.2 IP - 6 H - 6 R - 5 ER - 2 BB - 1 K

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WSH000000001172
StL06100000x7120





National League

St Louis Cardinals @ New York Giants
It was a great day to be a baseball fan from St Louis. Taking a cue from their Junior Circuit brethern the Cardinals hung a 9-7 loss on the hometown Giants. The 2 teams combined for 24 hits, include 5 HR (4 by NY) and 16 runs on the day. The Cardinals held a slim 5-4 lead going into the 8th when the scored 4 on 2 hits, 3 walks and 2-base error by Bobby Thompson. NY got a run back in the bottom of the 8th off a HR by Johnny Mize. The Giants rallied for 2 in the 9th on Joe Gordon’s 2-run shot but fell short. Bobby Thompson almost handed St Louis another gift run in the 9th committing a 3-base error but St Louis could not capitalize. 

2B:  (StL) Marion (2)  (NYG) Lohrke (2)
3B:  (StL) Slaughter   (NYG) Livingston
HR:  (StL) Musial      (NYG) Gordon (2) - Mize - Livingston
RBI: (StL) Mairon - Musial (4) - Slaughter - Nelson (2) - Breechen
     (NYG) Gordon (4) - Mize (2) - Livingston
WP: Breechen (StL) —  6 IP - 10 H - 4 R - 4 ER - 1 BB - 0 K
LP: Hartung (NYG)  —  6 IP -  8 H - 5 R - 5 ER - 1 BB - 2 K

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StL2200100409120
NYG2011000127122


-- Edited by PhilliesPhan61 on Thursday 22nd of June 2017 11:25:31 PM

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