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05/12/17 09:43 PM

****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Wednesday, August 10, 1960 @ 10:30 P.M.

Cleveland      1      Boston      0

Gary Bell (10-7) tosses a two-hitter as the Indians (52-53, W5) extend their winning streak to five games as they defeat Boston (47-61, L4) in Cleveland.

Cleveland 6th - Harvey Kuenn and Tito Francona each single with one out.  Woodie Held walks with two out to load the bases.  Red Wilson then cracks an RBI single to score Kuenn.  Cleve.  1  Bost.  0

T - 2:06

St. Louis      5      Philadelphia      1

St. Louis (41-66, W2) sends Philadelphia (48-62, L5) to their fifth straight loss in Philly.  Ray Sadecki (8-11) goes 7 1/3 innings for the victory.  Bob Miller goes the final 1 2/3 innings for his 1st save of the season.

St. Louis 1st - Joe Cunningham and Darryl Spencer single to begin the game.  Ken Boyer socks a three-run HR with one out, his 16th of the year.  
St. L.  3   Phil.  0

St. Louis 5th - Cunningham reaches with one out after being hit-by-a-pitch.  With two away, Bill White clears the bases with a two-run HR, his 10th of the season.  St. L.  5   Phil.  0

Philadelphia 8th - Jimmie Coker leads off with a single.  Pancho Herrera reaches on a one-out error.  Tony Taylor follows with a RBI single.  St. L.  5  Phil.  1

T - 2:15

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

SAN FRANCISCO      7    TOP 9      Chicago            3    TOP 8
Cincinnati              4                  
PITTSBURGH      5

AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

WASHINGTON      8    BOT 5
Kansas City         2

Looking to complete this day tomorrow,

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05/12/17 10:51 PM

Steve Kline, another pitcher who didn't escape Ralph Houk in time to save a nice developing career. This guy knew how to PITCH. Tweaked his arm and was never the same again, except in maddening spurts. It was a real shame.

"You're either on the bus or off the bus," Ken Kesey

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****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Wednesday, August 10, 1960 @ 11:51 P.M.

San Francisco      7      Cincinnati      4

San Francisco (54-51) knocks the Reds (63-48) out of first place with a win at Crosley Field.  Mike McCormick (12-10) overcomes a rocky start to the game to earn the victory.  Johnny Antonelli pitches the final two innings for his 16th save of the year. 

San Francisco 1st - Joey Amalfitano leads off with a single.  Willie Mays doubles with one out.  Willie Kirkland doubles with two out to score Amalfitano and Mays.  Don Blasingame follows with a walk and Hobie Landrith singles to load the bases.  Andre Rodgers follows with a two-run single.  
S.F.  4  Cin.  0

Cincinnati 1st - Vada Pinson leads off with a single but is forced on an Eddie Kasko grounder.  Kasko steals second base and advances to third base on a Frank Robinson single.  Wally Post and Gus Bell follow with consecutive RBI singles.  Ed Bailey lifts a sacrifice fly to score Post.  S.F.  4  Cin.  3

San Francisco 3rd - Blasingame walks with two and Landrith singles.  Rodgers follows with a RBI single.  S.F.  5  Cin.  3

Cincinnati 3rd - Robinson leads off with a double.  Post reaches on an error moving Robinson to third base.  Bell follows with a sacrifice fly.  S.F.  5  Cin.  4

San Francisco 9th - Mays and Orlando Cepeda single with one out.  Kirkland walks to load the bases.  Blasingame the cracks a two-run single.  S.F.  7  Cin.  4

T - 2:38

Pittsburgh      5      Chicago      3

Pittsburgh (58-50, W8) strands 15 runners but wins anyway defeating the Cubs (54-53) at Forbes Field.  Vernon Law (13-9) goes seven innings for the win.  Elroy Face pitches the final two innings to earn his 21st save of the year. 

Pittsburgh 1st - Dick Groat singles with one out.  Don Hoak walks with two out.  Bob Skinner follows with a RBI single.  Pitt.  1  Chic.  0

Pittsburgh 2nd - Bill Mazeroski walks to lead off and advances to second base on a sacrifice bunt by starting pitcher Vernon Law.  Gino Cimoli follows with a RBI double.  Pitt.  2  Chic.  0

Pittsburgh 3rd - Roberto Clemente walks to lead off and then steals second base.  Hoak then reaches on an error.  Skinner then doubles scoring Clemente.  Pitt.  3  Chic.  0

Chicago 4th - George Altman is hit-by-a-pitch to begin the frame.  Consecutive singles by Bob Will, Frank Thomas, Jerry Kindall, and Elvin Tappe plate two runs.  Starting pitcher Glen Hobbie then lifts a sacrifice fly to tie the game.  Pitt.  3  Chic.  3

Pittsburgh 5th - Dick Stuart reaches on an error to lead off the inning.  With two out, Law singles with Stuart advancing to third base.  Cimoli then doubles to score Stuart.  Pitt.  4  Chic.  3

Pittsburgh 7th - Law walks to lead off and advances to third base on a Cimoli single.  With one out Law scores on a sacrifice fly by Clemente.  Pitt.  5  Chic.  3

T - 2:38

Washington      10      Kansas City      7

For the second consecutive night a slugfest in Kansas City (33-75).  Washington (53-54) wins hitting three home runs on the evening.  Jim Kaat (2-2) starts and gets the victory.  Chuck Stobbs earns his 2nd save of the year. 

Washington 2nd - Harmon Killebrew reaches on an error to lead off.  Earl Battey follows with his 12th HR of the year.  
Wash.  2  K.C.  0

Washington 3rd - Jim Lemon walks with two out.  Killebrew follows with his 32nd HR of the campaign.  Wash.  4  K.C.  0

Kansas City 3rd - Bob Johnson and starting pitcher Dick Hall each single to lead off.  A two-out force play leaves runners on the corners.  A walk to Dick Williams then loads the bases.  Norm Siebern and Pete Daley then hit consecutive RBI singles.  Wash.  4  K.C.  2

Washington 4th - Lenny Green singles with two out and steals second base.  Billy Gardner follows with a RBI single.  Lemon then singles.  Killebrew follows with his 33rd HR of the season.  Wash.  8  K.C.  2

Washington 6th - Green doubles with one out and Lemon doubles with two out to score Green.  Wash.  9  K.C.  2

Kansas City 6th - Johnson walks and Don Larsen singles with two out.  Bill Tuttle then nets a RBI double.  Lumpe walks to load the bases.  Williams follows with a two-run single and Siebern collects a RBI single.  Wash.  9  K.C.  6

Kansas City 7th - Andy Carey doubles to lead off and scores on a RBI single by pinch hitter Hank Bauer.  Wash.  9  K.C.  7

Washington 8th - Green singles with two out and steals second base.  Gardner then singles to score Green.  Wash.  10  K.C.  7

T - 2:51

1960 National League Standings
                        W        L      GB

Los Angeles      60      44      ---- 
Cincinnati        63      48        1/2
Pittsburgh        58      50      4
San Francisco   54      51      6 1/2
Chicago           54      53      7 1/2

1960 American League Standings
                        W       L       GB
Chicago           64      46       ----
New York         61      45       1
Baltimore        62      47       1 1/2
Detroit            57      48       4 1/2
Washington     53       54      9 1/2
Cleveland       52       53      9 1/2

The 1960 replay is now 
69.6% complete!

Next up, Thursday, June 24, 1971.  Here is the schedule:


Oakland (Blue 12-4) at Minnesota (Perry 6-9)                  2:15
California (Wright 5-8) at Milwaukee (Pattin 6-9)            2:30
St. Louis (Cleveland 9-7) at Los Angeles (Sutton 8-7)      4:00
Baltimore (Cuellar 10-4) at Washington (McLain 5-10)     7:30
Cleveland (McDowell 6-10) at Detroit (Coleman 8-8)      8:00
New York (Seaver 10-8) at Montreal (Stoneman 9-6)       8:05
Philadelphia (Lersch 9-8) at Cincinnati (Nolan 8-6)         8:05

The action begins tomorrow,

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05/14/17 09:40 PM

****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, June 24, 1971 @ 6:05 P.M.

Oakland      6      Minnesota      5

Vida Blue (13-4) starts rough, has a great stretch, fades late, and Rollie Fingers (16th save) picks him up as the A's (44-28) hold off the Twins (33-39) in Bloomington, Minnesota.  Blue strikes out nine Twins in seven+ innings.

Minnesota 1st - Rod Carew leads off with a single.  Cesar Tovar is then hit-by-a-pitch.  Tony Oliva follows with a three-run HR, his 15th of the year.  
Minn.  3  Oak.  0

Oakland 4th - Tommy Davis doubles to lead off.  Joe Rudi follows with his 5th HR of the season.  Gene Tenace follows with a single but is forced at second base with two out.  Dave Duncan then slugs a two-run HR, his 10th of the campaign.  Oak.  4  Minn.  3

Oakland 5th - Bert Campaneris singles and steals second base with one out.  Davis singles advancing Campaneris to third base.  Rudi singles to score Campaneris.  Tenace reaches on an error as Davis scores.  Oak.  6  Minn.  3

Minnesota 8th - Harmon Killerew singles to lead off.  Leo Cardenas then walks.  George Mitterwald reaches on a two-base error as Killebrew scores.  Cardenas then scores on a passed ball.  Oak.  6  Minn.  5

T - 2:29

Milwaukee      2      California      1

Milwaukee (29-39) gets two unearned runs to back a complete game performance by Marty Pattin (7-9) as they defeat California (29-44) at County Stadium.

Milwaukee 2nd - Roberto Pena singles to lead off and Bob Heise reaches on an error.  Both runners advance due to a passed ball.  Bill Voss then singles in both runners.  
Milw.  2  Cal.  0

California 3rd - Starting pitcher Clyde Wright walks to lead off.  Alex Johnson singles with two out.  Ken McMullen follows with a RBI single.  Milw.  2  Cal.  1

T - 2:03

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

St. Louis          2    BOT 8
Los Angeles      2

Hoping to continue the great action of this day tomorrow evening,

RTJR

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****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, June 24, 1971 @ 6:23 P.M.

Los Angeles      4      St. Louis      2

L.A. (36-35, W6) scores two late runs to get past St. Louis (39-38, L5) at Dodger Stadium.  Jose Pena (3-1) gets the victory in relief and Jim Brewer pitches the ninth inning for his 8th save of the year.

Los Angeles 2nd - Bill Buckner doubles with one out, but when the ball is misplayed in the outfield he circles all of the bases and scores.  
L.A.  1  St. L.  0

Los Angeles 3rd - Starting pitcher Don Sutton singles to start the inning.  Maury Wills singles and advances Sutton to third base.  With one out, Willie Davis lifts a sacrifice fly.  L.A.  2  St. L.  0

St. Louis 7th - Matty Alou singles to lead off and advances to third base on a Joe Torre single.  Ted Simmons sacrifice fly scores Alou.  Ted Sizemore's grounder forces Torre at second base.  Pinch hitter Jose Cruz then singles.  Jim Beauchamp reaches on an error as Sizemore scores on the play.  L.A.  2  St. L.  2

Los Angeles 8th - Willie Crawford singles with two out and takes second base as an error is made on the hit.  Pinch hitter Manny Mota receives an intentional walk.  Pinch hitter Duke Sims then singles to load the bases.  Jim Lefebvre delivers a two-run single to put the Dodgers ahead for good.  L.A.  4  St. L.  2

T - 2:23

A extra busy evening limited the Strat time this evening.  Looking for more time tomorrow evening.  Wednesday and Thursday evening will be limited due to the Conference Tennis tournament my son is playing in.  

Until the next update,

RTJR

 

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05/16/17 09:31 PM

****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, June 24, 1971 @ 8:59 P.M.

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

New York      0    TOP 5      Philadelphia      0    BOT 4
Montreal       0                  CINCINNATI       3

AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Baltimore      1    TOP 7      Cleveland      0    TOP 5
Washington    1                  
DETROIT        1

There will be very limited Strat time the next two days, will squeeze in whatever time possible.  

Until next time,

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Hi 8pirates21,
Pretty good races in both the AL & NL. Looking over some of your postings I saw a name that I haven't seen in years. The dreaded Randy Lersch man he was a bust most of the time he took the mound.
J.Q.

J.Q. GO 2017 RED SOX !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, June 24, 1971 @ 10:05 P.M.

NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

New York      0    BOT 9      Philadelphia      0    BOT 8
Montreal      0                   
CINCINNATI        9

AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Baltimore      2    TOP 11      Cleveland      1    BOT 9
Washington   2                     Detroit          1


So far an incredible night at the ballpark.  Three close games and.....

What a story in Montreal as one of the starters has struck out 14 batters and has a special game going on!!  Unfortunately neither team has scored.

The action/drama continues tomorrow,

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****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, June 24, 1971 @ 11:15 P.M.

An amazing day of baseball ended today.  Three extra inning games and a no-hitter/near no-hitter.  Here are the summaries of the games under the lights!

Washington      3      Baltimore      2      11 innings

Washington (33-37) scores very late to tie the game and then wins it in the 11th inning.  Denny Riddleberger (3-3) goes the final two innings for the win.   Baltimore (43-29) loses their second straight heartbreaker to the Senators.

Baltimore 3rd - Don Buford connects for a solo HR with two out, his 11th of the year.  
Balt.  1  Wash.  0

Washington 4th - Del Unser walks to lead off and advances to third base on a one out single by Don Mincher.  Dick Billings lifts a sacrifice fly to score Unser.  Balt.  1  Wash.  1

Baltimore 8th - Merv Rettenmund leads off with his 7th HR of the season.  Balt.  2  Wash.  1

Washington 9th - Toby Harrah singles with two out and the bases empty.  Harrah then steals second base and scores on a RBI single by Elliot Maddox.  Balt.  2  Wash.  2

Washington 11th - Don Mincher singles to lead off.  With one out a grounder moves Mincher to second base.  Harrah then singles home Mincher with the winning run.  Wash.  3  Balt.  2

T - 2:44

Rettenmund .400 watch:  Merv Rettenmund goes 2-for-5 keeping his season average at .399

Detroit      2      Cleveland      1      10 innings

In a pitching dual between Sam McDowell and Joe Coleman, the Tigers (42-30, W3) pervail over the Indians (24-49, L6) in extra innings.  Tom Timmerman (7-3) gets the victory for Detroit.

Detroit 2nd - Bill Freehan HR's with one out, his 11th of the campaign.  
Det.  1  Cleve.  0

Cleveland 5th - Jack Heidemann reaches on a two-base error to begin the inning.  A sacrifice bunt by starting pitcher Sam McDowell moves Heidemann to third base.  Vada Pinson then lifts a sacrifice fly to score Heidemann.  Det.  1  Cleve.  1

Detroit 10th - Willie Horton walks with one out.  Norm Cash follows with a single.  Freehan then singles to score Horton with the winning run.  Det.  2  Cleve.  1

T - 2:24

New York      2      Montreal      0      13 innings

The performance of the day comes from Tom Seaver who no-hits the Expos (30-44) for nine innings.  Seaver then begins the 10th inning by giving up a single to Boots Day.  For the first nine innings only one Expo reaches as Ron Fairly is hit-by-a-pitch to begin the second inning.  Seaver ends with a no decision going 9 1/3 innings giving up two hits and striking out 14.  Tug McGraw (3-1) wins for the Mets (41-30) in relief.

New York 13th - Tommie Agee singles to lead off and gets to third base as a two-base error is made on the play as well.  With one out, Ed Kranepool launches a two-run HR, his 9th of the year.  
N.Y.  2  Mtl.  0

T - 3:10

Cincinnati      9      Philadelphia      4

Cincinnati (39-34) moves to within one game of the first place Giants as they defeat the Phillies (32-40) at Riverfront Stadium.  Gary Nolan (9-6) goes 8 1/3 innings striking out six for the win.

Cincinnati 2nd - Lee May walks to lead off and advances to third base on a two-out double by Johnny Bench.  Woody Woodward's single drives in both runners.  
Cin.  2  Phil.  0

Cincinnati 3rd - Tommy Helms triples with one out.  Tony Perez scores Helms with a sacrifice fly.  Cin.  3  Phil.  0

Cincinnati 4th - Hal McRae reaches on an error to begin the frame.  George Foster follows with a RBI triple.  Woodward singles with one out to score Foster.  Starting pitcher Gary Nolan then singles putting runners on the corners.  A Pete Rose grounder scores Woodward.  Cin.  6  Phil.  0

Cincinnati 7th - Rose leads off reaching on a two-base error and advances to third base on a passed ball.  Helms follows with a RBI single.  Perez singles as Helms gets to third base.  With one out, McRae and Foster sock RBI singles.  Cin.  9  Phil.  0

Philadelphia 9th - Deron Johnson singles to lead off.  Roger Freed walks and Ron Stone singles with one out to load the bases.  Terry Harmon singles to score Johnson.  Pinch hitter Greg Luzinski then clubs a two-run double.  Denny Doyle lifts a sacrifice fly to score Harmon.  Cin.  9  Phil.  4

T -2:25

N.L. East             W      L      GB      N.L. West             W      L      GB      A.L. East             W      L      GB      A.L. West             W      L      GB
Pittsburgh          48     23      ----     San Francisco      40     33      ----     Baltimore           43     29     ----     Oakland              44     28      ----
New York           41     30      7         Cincinnati           39    34       1        Detroit               42     30     1        Chicago              36     31      5 1/2
Chicago             42     32      7 1/2   Atlanta               39    37       2 1/2  New York            40     32    3         Kansas City         36     35     7 1/2
                                                      Los Angeles        36    35       3        Boston                37     33    5
                                                                                                           Washington         33     37    9

The 1971 replay is now 
44.5% complete!!

Next up is Thursday, August 11, 1960.  Six games on the slate with the big series beginning in Cincinnati as the Reds host the Dodgers in the first game of a four game series.  The action begins tomorrow!!  Here is the schedule and pitching matchups:


Baltimore (Barber 11-6) at Detroit (Mossi 4-9)                            1:30
Boston (Sullivan 5-5) at Cleveland (Latman 6-6)                          2:00
Washington (Pascual 9-9) at Kansas City (Kucks 4-10)                  2:30
Los Angeles (Williams 14-6) at Cincinnati (O'Toole 15-9)              8:00
St. Louis (Broglio 6-9) at Pittsburgh (Haddix 6-8)                         8:15
San Francisco (Sanford 10-10) at Milwaukee (Burdette 11-11)      9:00

Until next time,

RTJR



 

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05/21/17 09:05 PM

****SCOREBOARD UPDATE**** - Thursday, August 11, 1960 @ 3:11 P.M.

AMERICAN LEAGUE SCOREBOARD

Baltimore      0    TOP 8      Boston             1    TOP 5      WASHINGTON      3    TOP 3
DETROIT        1                  CLEVELAND      2                   Kansas City         0

Headlines:  Mossi shutting down O's, Tribe get out to early start, Senators high octane offense in K.C.

Hoping for more action tomorrow evening,

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