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Old 01-22-2015, 02:57 PM   #451
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4/14
Yuma @ Stamford
In the top of the 1st Willie McGee singles home Jackie Robinson to give Yuma a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 2nd Roberto Alomar hits a solo homerun to tie the game 1-1. Tony Lazzeri gives Stamford a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the 4th with a solo homerun to left. In the bottom of the 5th Stamford adds another run as Ty Cobb scores on a throwing error as they now lead 3-1. In the top of the 6th Juan Gonzalez ties the game with a 2 run homerun. Luis Gonzalez follows with a solo homerun on the next pitch to take a 4-3 lead. Three batters later Pete Rose brings home Willie McGee with a sacrifice fly. They top off their 5 run inning later as Gary Carter scores on a wild pitch and Yuma takes a 6-3 lead. Pete Rose leads off the 8th with a solo homerun over the fence in right to make it 7-3. Bill Swift stays in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. Tony Lazerri greets him with a single on the first pitch. Roberto Almoar follows with a double to put runners at 2nd and 3rd with no outs. Urban Shocker comes in to pitch. Ken Griffey Sr. comes in to pinch hit and singles home both runners on a 2-0 pitch to make it 7-5. Ty Cobb follows with a single, runners at 1st and 2nd with still no outs. Cleon Jones strikes out swinging for the first out. Brian Downing walks to load the bases with one out. Mike Schmidt crushes a 1-2 pitch deep to center, back to the track and caught at the wall. Ken Griffey Sr. tags and scores and Ty Cobb goes to third. Runners at the corners with 2 outs in a 7-6 game. Boog Powell fouls off several pitches and eventually walks on a 3-2 pitch to load the bases. Monte Irvin grounds out to second on a 1-2 pitch to end the rally and give Yuma the 7-6 victory. Jerry Koosman improves to 3-0 as he allows 3 runs on 9 hits in 7.0 innings. Norwood Gibson gets the loss, allowing 6 runs in 5.1 innings. Willie McGee collects 4 hits for Yuma and Ty Cobb picks up 4 hits for Stamford.

Wichita @ Takoma Park
Takoma Park wins easily in an 8-2 game. Larry Jansen picks up his first victory, allowing 2 runs over 8.0 innings of work. Dave McNally drops to 0-3 as he allows 4 runs in 4.0 innings. Ken Griffey Jr. accounted for both Wichita runs with a pair of hits, including a homerun. Andre Dawson picks up 3 hits for Takoma Park.

Staten Island @ Dayton
In the bottom of the 2nd Dayton gets on the board as Kevin McReynolds singles home Tony Fernandez to take a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 3rd Staten Island takes the lead as Dave Engle doubles home Al Dark and Orval Overall doubles home Dave Engle and Manny Trillo to take a 3-1 lead. Dayton ties the game up in the bottom of the 5th as Tim Raines scores on a wild pitch and Tony Fernandez singles in Joe Morgan. After 5 the game it tied 3-3. Staten Island retakes the lead in the top of the 6th as Al Dark scores on an Andy Van Slyke pinch hit ground out. Staten Island leads 4-3. Dayton ties the game in the bottom of the 6th as Joe Morgan doubles home Tim Raines to make it 4-4. Joe Sambito comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. Joe Moran walks on a 3-2 pitch to lead off the inning. Hank Aaron takes a 2-2 fast ball and rips it over the fence in left center for a game winning 2 run homerun. Dayton wins 6-4. Joe Sambito gets the loss in relief. Marcelino Lopez gets the win in relief. Dave Engle has 4 hits for Staten Island. Joe Morgan is 3 for 3 for Dayton along with 2 walks.

Kalamazoo @ Chicago
Dickey Kerr dominates the Kalamazoo hitters as he throws a complete game 4 hit shutout in a 5-0 Chicago victory. Bret Saberhagen takes the loss, allowing 5 runs in 6.2 innings. Ralph Garr has three hits for Chicago and Pee Wee Reese and Will Clark added a homerun each.

4/15
Staten Island @ Dayton
In the bottom of the 1st Al Rosen singles home Joe Morgan to give Dayton a 1-0 lead. Staten Island strikes back in the top of the 2nd with 3 runs to take a 3-1 lead thanks to RBI singles by Al Dark, Manny Trillo and Gary Nolan. In the bottom of the 3rd Hank Aaron singles home Joe Morgan to get Dayton back to within 1 at 3-2. The game settles down until the bottom of the 6th when We Westrum takes a 1-1 pitch and deposits it over the left field fence for a two out three run homerun to give Dayton a 5-3 lead. In the bottom of the 7th Tim Raines scores on an Al Rosen sacrifice fly to make it 6-3. In the top of the 8th Staten Island gets two runs back on back to back RBI singles by Lou Gehrig and Carl Furillo to get to within 6-5. Calvin Jones comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. Larry Doby pinch hits to lead off the inning and singles. Sam Crawford sacrifices him to 2nd. Pinch hitter Mike Lum grounds out and Doby moves to 3rd with two outs. On an 0-1 pitch Shoeless Joe Jackson singles to tie the game 6-6. Lou Gehrig pops out to third to end the inning. The game goes to extra innings tied 6-6. In the bottom of the 10th Jack Clark singles to lead off the inning. Art Howe walks on 4 pitches, 1st and 2nd with no outs. Wes Westrum singles to left and Jack Clark is waved home and beats the throw as Dayton wins 7-6. Joe Sambito gets the loss in relief. Calvin Jones improves to 3-0 with the win in relief, though he blew the save. Jack Clark is 4 for 4 for Dayton with a walk. Wes Westrum has 4 hits and 4 RBI's for Dayton.

Wichita @ Takoma Park
Ozzie Smith leads off the game with a single. He steals second and moves to third on a throwing error. Bake McBride brings him home with a sacrifice fly as Wichita takes a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 7th Kent Hrbek leads off the inning with a solo homerun to give Wichita a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the 8th with 2 outs and Tommie Agee on 1st George Foster hits a 2 run homerun to tie the game 2-2. The game goes to extra innings tied 2-2. In the bottom of the 10th Roy Campanella and Tommie Agee walk to lead of the inning, 1st and 2nd with no outs. Pinch hitter Earl Williams grounds into a double play with Campanella moving to 3rd with 2 outs. Graig Nettles pops out to third to end the inning. In the top of the 11th Joe bleeping Carter hits a one out solo homerun to give Wichita a 3-2 lead. Sam Zoldak retires the side in order in the bottom of the 11th and Wichita wins 3-2. Sam Zoldak gets the win with 2 scoreless innings in relief. Pete Richert gets tagged with the loss in relief. Takoma Park was held to just 3 hits, with one being Foster's 2 run homerun. Only Kent Hrbek had more than one hit for Wichita as he had two, including a homerun.

Yuma @ Stamford
John Olerud hits a solo homerun in the top of the 1st to give Yuma a 1-0 lead. Ty Cobb scores on an error in the bottom of the 1st as Stamford ties the game 1-1. In the top of the 2nd Tim Foli doubles home Willie McGee to give Yuma a 2-1 lead. In the bottom of the 5th Ty Cobb singles home Tony Lazzeri to tie the game 2-2. Yuma strings together 5 hits and a walk to score 4 runs in the top of the 6th and take a 6-2 lead. Gary Carter hits a solo homerun in the top of the 7th to make it 7-2. In the bottom of the 7th Ty Cobb triples home Bryan Little to get a run back and make it 7-3. In the bottom of the 9th Bob Feller takes the mound to start the inning. Tony Lazzeri singles and Feller is replaced by Bill Swift. Ken Griffey Sr. pinch hits and singles, 1st and 2nd with no outs. Mark Thurmond comes in to pitch. Ty Cobb singles and Tony Lazzeri scores, 7-4. Roberto Alomar and Monte Irvin fly out, two outs. Boog Powell takes the first pitch that he sees and homers to right, a three run homer to tie the game 7-7. Cleon Jones flies out to left to end the inning, it goes to extra innings tied 7-7. In the bottom of the 12th Stamford loads the bases with one out. Frank White crushes a 1-1 pitch for a 444 foot grand slam to win the game 11-7 for Stamford. Mike Schooler gets the win in relief. Steve Farr gets the loss in relief. Ty Cobb has 4 hits, 2 runs scored and 3 RBI's for Stamford and was a homerun away from the cycle. Tony Lazzeri has 4 singles and scores 3 runs for Stamford.

Kalamazoo @ Chicago
In the bottom of the 1st Will Clark singles home Tony Gwynn to take a 1-0 lead for Chicago. In the top of the 2nd Kalamazoo ties the game as Mickey Tettleton scores on a ground out to tie it 1-1. In the bottom of the 6th Phil Garner hits a solo homerun to give Chicago a 2-1 lead. In the top of the 8th Kalamazoo loads the bases with 1 out. Dave Concepcion grounds into a double play to end the inning. Duane Ward comes in for the top of the 9th and allows a single to Earle Combs but strikes out Bill Robinson, Johnny Evers and Bobby Thomson to end the game. Eddie Cicotte gets the loss, allowing 2 runs in 8.0 innings. Joe Niekro gets the win, allowing 1 run in 8.0 innings.

4/16
Yuma @ Stamford
Stamford jumps to an 8-2 lead and holds on for the 8-5 victory. John Candelaria gets the win, allowing 3 runs in 8.0 innings. Mordecai Brown gets his first loss of the season, allowing 4 runs in 5.0 innings. John Olerud hits two homeruns for Yuma, knocking in 3. Ty Cobb has 4 hits for Stamford and knocks in 3.

Wichita @ Takoma Park
In the top of the 2nd Wichita scores two on a 2 run single by Alan Ashby to take a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the 4th Takoma Park ties the game with runs brought in on a bases loaded walk and single. In the bottom of the 6th Babe Ruth hits a solo homerun to give Takoma Park a 3-2 lead. Wichita scores 3 in the top of the 8th with an RBI single by George Brett and a two run single by Kent Hrbek. Wichita leads 5-3. Rich Gossage comes in for the bottom of the 9th and retires the side in order to close it out. Wichita wins 5-3. Randy Johnson gets his first win of the season, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits in 8.0 innings. Bob Knepper gets his first loss of the season, allowing 5 runs on 10 hits in 7.2 innings.

Staten Island @ Dayton
In the bottom of the 3rd Joe Morgan hits a solo homerun to give Dayton a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 6th Lou Gehrig doubles home Sam Crawford to tie the game 1-1. Pitching holds and the game goes to extra innings tied 1-1. In the bottom of the 10th Art Howe singles home Kevin McReynolds for the 2-1 Dayton victory. Bryn Smith gets the loss in relief. Grover Lowdermilk improves to 2-0 with the win in relief. Lou Gehrig has 3 hits for Staten Island in the losing cause.

Kalamazoo @ Chicago
Chicago is never really challenged and wins 6-3. Nolan Ryan drops to 0-2 as he allows 4 runs in 6.0 innings. Cy Young gets his first victory as he allows 3 runs in 8.0 innings. Duane Ward gets his 7th save of the season. Will Clark has 3 hits and knocks in 3 for Chicago.
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Old 01-22-2015, 05:30 PM   #452
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Red Division W L GB Dayton 10 5 -- Yuma 8 7 2.0 Stamford 7 8 3.0 Wichita 5 10 5.0 Blue Division W L GB Chicago 13 2 -- Takoma Park 8 7 5.0 Staten Island 6 9 7.0 Kalamazoo 3 12 10.0
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Old 01-22-2015, 05:47 PM   #453
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Avg.
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .441
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .415
3) Joe Morgan, DAY .407
4) Tony Fernandez, DAY .396
5) Sam Crawford, SI .381

OBP
1) Lou Gehrig, SI .500
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .500
1) Joe Morgan, DAY .500
4) Ty Cobb, STAM .493
5) Sam Crawford, SI .443

Slg
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .717
2) Joe Morgan, DAY .678
3) Andre Dawson, TAK .672
4) Boog Powell, STAM .638
5) George Brett, WICH .612

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 30
2) Sam Crawford, SI 24
2) Joe Morgan, DAY 24
4) Willie McGee, YUMA 23
5) Andre Dawson, TAK 22
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 22
5) Tony Gwynn, CHI 22

2B
1) Roy Campanella, TAK 8
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 7
2) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 7
4) Sam Crawford, SI 6
4) Tony Fernandez, DAY 6
4) Boog Powell, STAM 6
4) Mickey Tettleton, KAL 6

3B
1) Earle Combs, KAL 2
1) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 2

HR
1) George Brett, WICH 4
1) Andre Dawson, TAK 4
1) Willie Aikens, KAL 4
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 4
1) Boog Powell, STAM 4
1) John Olerud, YUMA 4
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 4

RBI
1) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 15
2) Carl Furillo, SI 14
3) Boog Powell, STAM 13
4) John Olerud, YUMA 12

Runs
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 14
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 13
2) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 13
2) Cleon Jones, STAM 13
2) Tony Lazzeri, STAM 13

SB
1) Sam Crawford, SI 7
2) Frank Chance, TAK 6
2) Ty Cobb, STAM 6
4) Johnny Evers, KAL 5

ERA
1) Dickey Kerr, CHI 0.76
2) Ed Cicotte, KAL 1.08
3) Juan Guzman, TAK 1.29
4) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 2.08
4) Steve Carlton, TAK 2.08

Wins
1) Cleon Jones, DAY 3
1) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 3

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 7
2) Pete Richert, TAK 5
3) Rob Murphy, CHI 2
3) Tug McGraw, YUMA 2
3) Calvin Jones, DAY 2
3) Urban Shocker, YUMA 2

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 39
2) Lefty Williams, STAM 33
3) Randy Johnson, WICH 31
4) Nolan Ryan, KAL 28
4) Cy Young, CHI 28
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Old 01-22-2015, 05:55 PM   #454
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4/17
Takoma Park (S Carlton 0-1, 2.08) @ Staten Island (B Dinneen 1-1, 6.00)
Stamford (J Pfiester 1-0, 2.50) @ Kalamazoo (J Tudor 0-2, 6.50)
Dayton (T Seaver 2-1, 3.13) @ Chicago (E Wynn 1-1, 2.66)
Wichita (S Maglie 2-1, 2.75) @ Yuma (N Ryan 1-1, 2.14)

4/18
Takoma Park (C Schilling 1-0, 2.70) @ Staten Island (J Palmer 1-1, 4.58)
Stamford (D Dravecky 1-1, 3.68) @ Kalamazoo (D Newcombe 1-1, 3.95)
Dayton (P Roe 1-1, 4.26) @ Chicago (S Rogers 1-0, 2.57)
Wichita (F Tanana 0-1, 9.72) @ Yuma (M Cuellar 0-1, 4.97)

4/19
Takoma Park (L Jansen 1-2, 4.66) @ Staten Island (O Overall 1-1, 4.76)
Stamford (N Gibson 1-2, 6.63) @ Kalamazoo (B Saberhagen 1-2, 2.91)
Dayton (D Jackson 0-1, 5.79) @ Chicago (D Kerr 3-0, 0.76)
Wichita (D McNally 0-3, 5.21) @ Yuma (J Koosman 3-0, 2.08)
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Old 01-22-2015, 07:26 PM   #455
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Fucking Joe Sambito is starting piss me off. He couldn't hold a lead if it came with a handle!
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Old 01-22-2015, 10:11 PM   #456
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4/17
Takoma Park @ Staten Island
Bill Dinneen throws a complete game 3 hit shutout as Staten Island wins easily 8-0. Steve Carlton lasts just 4.2 innings and allows 6 runs on 8 hits. Carl Furillo has a pair of doubles and knocks in 4 runs for Staten Island.

Stamford @ Kalamazoo
In the top of the 2nd Roberto Alomar singles home Tony Lazzeri to give Stamford a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 3rd Cleon Jones triples home Ty Cobb and Jones scores on a sacrifice fly by Brian Downing to give Stamford a 3-0 lead. In the bottom of the 7th Bill Robinson doubles home Merv Rettenmund and then Robinson scores later on an error to get Kalamazoo back to within a run a 3-2. Dave Smith comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. After Mickey Tettleton strikes out looking, Willie Aikens and Buck Freeman both single to put runners at 1st and 2nd with one out. Dave Concepcion grounds into a double play to end the game. Jack Pfiester gets the win as he allows 2 runs, 1 earned, on 6 hits in 7.0 innings. John Tudor gets the loss as he allowed 3 runs on 14 hits in 8.0 innings. Tony Lazzeri went 4 for 4 for Stamford.

Dayton @ Chicago
Early Wynn dominates Dayton with the exception of one inning in which they score 3 runs to get back into the game but Chicago hangs on for the 5-3 victory. Early Wynn gets the win as he allowed 3 runs on 5 hits in 8.0 innings. Tom Seaver is chased after allowing 4 runs in 3.0 innings. Tony Gwynn was 3 for 3 and only a triple shy of the cycle, he scored 2 runs and knocked in 3 while also walking one time.

Wichita @ Yuma
Yuma wins a 5-1 game. Nolan Ryan gets the win, allowing 1 run on 7 hits in 7.2 innings and striking out 12. Luis Gonzales had 3 hits for Yuma along with a homerun and knocked in 3 runs.

4/18
Takoma Park @ Staten Island
Jim Palmer hurls a gem but is one out away from the complete game shutout as he goes 8.2 innings and allows no runs on 4 hits with 1 walk and 8 strikeouts as Staten Island does just enough in a 3-0 victory. Curt Schilling allows 3 runs in 7.0 innings with 2 walks and 6 strikeouts in the losing cause. Lou Gehrig homered for Staten Island to get them on the board and Bill Madlock added two hits and an RBI.

Stamford @ Kalamazoo
Pitching is the name of the game between Dave Dravecky and Don Newcombe. Both retire the sides in order in the 1st. Newcombe retires the side in order in the 2nd while Dravecky allows singles by Rettenmund and Freeman but gets out the jam in the 2nd. Newcombe retires the side in order in the 3rd (9 up, 9 down). Dravecky walks Johnny Evers in the 3rd but no other trouble. Newcombe retires the side in order in the 4th (12 up, 12 down). Dravecky retires the side in order in the 4th. Newcombe retires the side in order in the 5th (15 up, 15 down). Dravekcy needs just 7 pitches to retire the side in order in the 5th. Both retire the side in order in the 6th (18 of 18 for Newcombe). Newcombe retires the side in order in the 7th (21 of 21, just 6 outs away from a perfect game, if his team could score for him). Kalamazoo loads the bases on 2 singles and an error with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th but Don Newcombe flies out to end the inning. Newcombe retires Boog Powell, Mike Schmidt and Cleon Jones in order in the 8th, just 3 outs away from history (if they can score). Earle Combs walks to lead off the bottom of the 8th. Johnny Evers sacrifices him to 2nd. Bobby Thomson singles to left on a 2-1 pith, Combs runs through the stop sign and tries to score, the throw is off line and he is safe to give Kalamazoo a 1-0 lead. We go to the 9th with Kalamazoo up 1-0 and Don Newcombe 3 outs away from perfection. Ken Griffey Sr. pinch hits to lead off the inning. On a 2-1 pitch he grounds the ball between 1st and 2nd, a high hopper that Brooks Robinson gets to and flips to Newcombe covering 1st but Griffey beats it out by half a step for an infield single to ruin the perfect game. Tony Lazzeri sacrifices Griffey to 2nd. Bryan Little pinch hits and flies out to shallow right. Ty Cobb rips a line drive down the 3rd base line but Bobby Thomson makes a diving catch to end the game. Don Newcombe throes a complete game 1 hit shutout and missed a perfect game by 3 outs on an infield hit. He struck out 8 batters. Dave Dravecky gave up just 1 run on 5 hits in 8.0 innings with 2 walks and only 1 strikeout.

Dayton @ Chicago
Pitching is the name of the game today as Preacher Roe throws a complete game 4 hit shutout in a 6-0 victory for Dayton. HE walked 1 and struck out 10. Al Rosen, Hank Aaron and Lonnie Smith each had 2 RBI's for Dayton in the win. Steve Rogers gave up 5 runs on 8 hits in 6.0 innings while walking 6 and striking out 6 in the loss.

Wichita @ Yuma
Yuma gets on the board in the bottom of the 4th as Juan Gonzalez scores on a throwing error to give them a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 7th Ken Griffey Jr. leads off and rips a towering 442 foot homerun on the first pitch to tie the game 1-1. Rich Gossage comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. He walks Willie McGee to start the inning. McGee steals second on the next pitch. Pete Rose is then intentionally walked to set up the force. IT backfires a bit as pinch hitter Darrell Evans is walked on 4 pitches to lead the bases. Mickey Hatcher pinch hits and lifts the first pitch to deep left, it is caught at the track but they have no shot at getting McGee who tagged up and scores the winning run. Yuma wins 2-1. Mike Cuellar throws a complete game, allowing 1 run on 6 hits with 11 strikeouts. Rich Gossage drops to 0-3 in relief.

4/19
Takoma Park @ Staten Island
Takoma Park pounds out 10 runs in a 10-3 victory. Larry Jansen allows 1 run on 6 hits in 6.2 innings with 3 walks and 12 strikeouts for the win. Oral Overall allows 4 runs on 4 hits in 3.0 innings with 2 walks and 4 strikeouts and is taken deep twice. Andre Dawson homers and knocks in 5 in the win. Babe Ruth and Tommie Agee also go yard for the victors. Al Dark had a pair of hits, including a homerun and knocked in 2 for Staten Island.

Stamford @ Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo rides the high from last game in an 8-1 victory. Brett Saberhagen gets the win, allowing 1 run on 6 hits in 7.0 innings with 3 walks and 11 strikeouts. Norwood Gibson gets the loss, allowing 6 runs on 10 hits in 5.2 innings with 3 walks and 6 strikeouts. Bobby Thomson has 3 hits and 3 RBI's for Kalamazoo. Brett Saberhagen helped his cause with a homerun in the 6th.

Dayton @ Chicago
Pitching dominates the game as it remains scoreless through 5. In the top of the 6th Hank Aaron doubles home Joe Morgan to give Dayton a 1-0 lead. The game remains 1-0 as we go to the bottom of the 9th. Calvin Jones comes in to try to close out the game. Willie Wilson flies out to left on the first pitch, one out. Will Clark singles to right on a 3-1 pitch. Ralph Garr walks and a 3-2 pitch to put runners at 1st and 2nd with one out. Johnny Bench grounds to shot but the shortstop bobbles the ball and everyone is safe. The bases are loaded with one out. Jim Delahanty rips a 1-0 pitch to right center for a hit. Will Clark scores the tying run, Ralph Garr rounds third and he scores. Chicago wins 2-1. Calvin Jones gets his first loss in relief. Duane Ward improves to 3-0 with the victory in relief.

Wichita @ Yuma
Yuma wins easily behind Jerry Koosman, 7-1. Koosman improves to 4-0 as he allows 1 run on 8 hits in 7.0 innings with 3 walks and 8 strikeouts. Dave McNally falls to 0-4 as he allows 5 runs on 8 hits in 2.2 innings with 1 strikeout. Willie McGee is 4 for 4 with 2 runs scored in the win. Pete Rose is 3 for 3 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI's .
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Red Division W L GB Dayton 11 7 -- Yuma 11 7 -- Stamford 8 10 3.0 Wichita 5 13 6.0 Blue Division W L GB Chicago 15 3 -- Takoma Park 9 9 6.0 Staten Island 8 10 7.0 Kalamazoo 5 13 10.0
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Leaders

Avg.
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .418
2) Tony Fernandez, DAY .403
3) Willie McGee, YUMA .392
4) George Brett, WICH .390
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .385

OBP
1) Joe Morgan, DAY .477
2) Lou Gehrig, SI .469
3) Ty Cobb, STAM .466
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .461
5) George Brett, WICH .488

Slg
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .708
2) Andre Dawson, TAK .662
3) Joe Morgan, DAY .614
4) George Brett, WICH .593
5) Boog Powell, STAM .574

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 33
2) Willie McGee, YUMA 29
3) Joe Morgan, DAY 26
4) Sam Crawford, SI 25
4) Andre Dawson, TAK 25
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 25
4) Tony Gwynn, CHI 25

2B
1) Roy Campanella, TAK 8
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 7
2) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 7
2) Tony Fernandez, DAY 7
5) Sam Crawford, SI 6
5) Boog Powell, STAM 6
5) Mickey Tettleton, KAL 6

3B
1) Earle Combs, KAL 2
1) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 2
1) Willie Wilson, CHI 2

HR
1) Andre Dawson, TAK 5
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 5
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 5
4) George Brett, WICH 4
4) Willie Aikens, KAL 4
4) Boog Powell, STAM 4
4) John Olerud, YUMA 4

RBI
1) Carl Furillo, SI 18
2) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 16
3) Boog Powell, STAM 13
3) John Olerud, YUMA 13
3) Hank Aaron, DAY 13
3) Andre Dawson, TAK 13
3) Babe Ruth, TAK 13

Runs
1) Lou Gehrig, SI 17
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 17
3) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 15
3) Tony Lazzeri, STAM 15
5) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 14
5) Cleon Jones, STAM 14

SB
1) Sam Crawford, SI 8
2) Frank Chance, TAK 6
2) Ty Cobb, STAM 6
4) Johnny Evers, KAL 5
4) Ralph Garr, CHI 5
4) Joe Morgan, DAY 5

ERA
1) Dickey Kerr, CHI 0.85
2) Ed Cicotte, KAL 1.08
3) Juan Guzman, TAK 1.29
4) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 1.88
4) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 1.88

Wins
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 4
2) Cleon Jones, DAY 3
2) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
2) Duane Ward, CHI 3

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 7
2) Pete Richert, TAK 5
3) Rob Murphy, CHI 2
3) Tug McGraw, YUMA 2
3) Calvin Jones, DAY 2
3) Urban Shocker, YUMA 2

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 44
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 39
3) Early Wynn, CHI 36
4) Lefty Williams, STAM 33
5) Larry Jansen, TAK 32
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4/20
Stamford (L Williams 1-0, 5.96) @ Dayton (H Pennock 0-1, 9.82)
Kalamazoo (E Cicotte 1-2, 1.08) @ Wichita (B Blyleven 0-1, 8.44)
Yuma (B Feller 1-0, 4.35) @ Takoma Park (J Guzman 2-0, 1.29)
Chicago (J Niekro 2-0, 3.60) @ Staten Island (G Nolan 0-1, 10.32)

4/21
Stamford (J Candelaria 1-2, 5.24) @ Dayton (B Kison 1-1, 2.36)
Yuma (M Brown 1-1, 3.65) @ Takoma Park (B Knepper 2-1, 3.68)
Chicago (C Young 1-1, 4.26) @ Staten Island (W Whitson 1-1, 2.61)
Kalamazoo (N Ryan 0-2, 4.32) @ Wichita (R Johnson 1-2, 5.47)

4/22
Chicago (E Wynn 2-1, 2.86) @ Staten Island (D Dinneen 2-1, 4.20)
Stamford (J Pfiester 2-0, 2.16) @ Dayton (T Seaver 2-2, 4.15)
Yuma (N Ryan 1-1, 1.88) @ Takoma Park (S Carlton 0-2, 3.42)
Kalamazoo (J Tudor 0-3, 5.54) @ Wichita (S Maglie 2-1, 2.36)
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Home
Yuma 10-2
Dayton 7-2
Chicago 7-2
Staten Island 6-3
Kalamazoo 4-5
Takoma Park 3-6
Stamford 2-4
Wichita 2-7

Away
Chicago 8-1
Takoma Park 6-3
Stamford 6-6
Dayton 4-5
Wichita 3-6
Staten Island 2-7
Yuma 1-5
Kalamazoo 1-8

Extra Innings
Dayton 4-0
Chicago 2-0
Stamford 1-0
Wichita 1-1
Takoma Park 1-2
Staten Island 1-2
Kalamazoo 0-1
Yuma 0-4

1 Run
Chicago 5-0
Dayton 6-1
Yuma 5-2
Stamford 3-4
Takoma Park 3-5
Wichita 2-4
Staten Island 1-3
Kalamazoo 1-7
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Avg
Yuma .300
Staten Island .287
Stamford .285
Chicago .272
Dayton .267
Wichita .266
Takoma Park .239
Kalamazoo .236

HR
Takoma Park 18
Yuma 15
Stamford 15
Staten Island 12
Kalamazoo 11
Dayton 10
Wichita 10
Chicago 9

Runs
Staten Island 94
Yuma 91
Stamford 90
Dayton 80
Takoma Park 74
Chicago 71
Kalamazoo 55
Wichita 52

ERA (starters/relievers)
Chicago 2.45 (2.94/0.91)
Takoma Park 3.02 (3.09/2.81)
Dayton 3.72 (4.30/2.20)
Kalamazoo 3.76 (3.18/6.35)
Yuma 3.90 (2.90/6.75)
Staten Island 4.58 (4.57/4.59)
Stamford 4.92 (4.68/5.62)
Wichita 5.25 (5.35/5.07)
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Old 01-23-2015, 02:08 PM   #466
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Well, we're hitting the ball well, but our relief pitching is definitely killing us. I'm hoping to see some more complete games.

My initial hope with this rotation was to get guys that could go 7 consistently, then hand it over to McGraw after that. Apparently that hasn't worked out as hoped, otherwise I feel like we would be better in extra innings.
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Old 01-24-2015, 09:48 AM   #467
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4/20
Stamford @ Dayton
In the top of the 1st with 2 outs and runners at 1st and 2nd Boog Powell singles home Cleon Jones to give Stamford a 1-0 lead. Monte Irvin follows with a 3 run homerun just over the fence in left to make it 4-0. In the top of the 2nd Stamford adds another run as Brian Downing singles home Ty Cobb to make it 5-0. Al Rosen leads off the bottom of the 2nd with a solo homerun on a 3-2 pitch to get Dayton on the board at 5-1. In the bottom of the 3rd Dayton benefits from an error as Art Howe scored to make it 5-2. Dayton strikes again in the bottom of the 4th as Lonnie Smith and Kevin McReynolds hit back to back solo homeruns to get to within one at 5-4. In the top of the 8th Stamford gets an insurance run as Ty Cobb singles home Tony Lazzeri to make it 6-4. In the bottom of the 8th with Hank Aaron at 1st Jack Clark doubles to left, Aaron rounds third and tries to score but is thrown out at the plate to keep it 6-4. Dave Smith comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. After striking out Kevin McReynolds for the first out Pat Moran singles on the first pitch, runner at 1st with one out. Tim Raines walks on 4 pitches, 1st and 2nd with 1 out. Tony Fernandez is hit by the first pitch to load the bases with just one out. Joe Morgan grounds to first, the ball is bobbled and he has one play to step on the bag at first as a run scored to make it 6-5 and runners are at 2nd and 3rd with two outs. Hank Aaron steps to the plate and Smith gets him to strike out swinging on a 1-2 pitch after he fouled off the previous 3 pitches. Stamford wins 6-5. Lefty Williams gets the win as he allowed 4 runs (3 earned) on 6 hits in 7.0 innings with 1 walk and 6 strikeouts. Herb Pennock gets the loss as he allowed 5 runs on 7 hits in 3.0 innings.

Kalamazoo @ Wichita
Wichita takes an early lead on a three run homerun by Jimmy Collins and holds on for the 5-3 victory as Kalamazoo can manage only 7 hits. Eddie Cicotte gets the loss as he allowed 5 runs on 11 hits in 6.2 innings. Bert Blyleven gets his first win as he allowed 2 runs on 5 hits in 7.0 innings while walking 1 and striking out 9. Kent Hrbek had 3 hits for Wichita and scored 2 runs.

Yuma @ Takoma Park
Yuma scores 4 in the first inning and coasts to an 8-3 victory. Bob Feller gets the win as he allowed 3 runs on 7 hits in 5.1 innings while walking 2 and striking out 5. Juan Guzman gets the loss as he allowed 4 runs on 6 hits in 3.0 innings while walking 2 and striking out 2. Luis Gonzalez was 2 for 3 with a triple, 2 runs scored and 4 RBI's for Yuma.

Chicago @ Staten Island
Staten Island does what few teams have this season, they jump all over Chicago's pitching in a 10-4 victory. Gary Nolan gets the win as he allowed 4 runs on 10 hits in 7.0 innings with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts. Joe Niekro gets his first loss as he allowed 7 runs on 11 hits in 4.2 innings with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Manny Trillo went 4 for 4 with 1 run scored and 3 RBI's for Staten Island and Shoeless Joe Jackson added 3 hits.

4/21
Stamford @ Dayton
Stamford holds Dayton to just 1 run in a 5-1 victory. John Candelaria gets the win as he allows 1 run on 5 hits in 7.0 innings with 10 strikeouts. Bruce Kison takes the loss as he allowed 2 runs on 5 hits in 7.1 innings with 8 strikeouts. Ty Cobb is the only Stamford player with more than one hit, as he had 2 hits, scored 1 run and knocked in 2. Mike Schmidt homered for Stamford. Lonnie Smith had 3 hits for Dayton.

Yuma @ Takoma Park
Takoma Park pounds out 8 runs in an 8-1 victory. Bob Knepper gets the win as he allowed 0 runs on 6 hits in 8.0 innings while walking 1 and striking out 9. Mordecai Brown gets the loss as he allowed 5 runs on 10 hits in 6.0 innings with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts. Frank Chance has 3 hits and 2 RBI's for Takoma Park. Andre Dawson has 2 hits and 3 RBI's in the win.

Chicago @ Staten Island
Staten Island comes up big again, this time with a 7-3 victory over the league leaders. Ed Whitson gets the win as he allowed 3 runs on 6 hits in 7.0 innings with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts. Cy Young gets the loss as he allowed 4 runs on 5 hits in 6.0 innings while walking 1 and striking out 6. Lou Gehrig hits 2 homeruns and knocks in 3 for the winners. Al Dark, Manny Trillo and Mike Lum also add homeruns for Staten Island.

Kalamazoo @ Wichita
Mickey Tettleton hits a 2 run homerun in the top of the 2nd to give Kalamazoo a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the 3rd Wichita gets a run back as Bake McBride singles home Ken Boswell to make it 2-1. In the bottom of the 4th Wichita ties it on a Harvey McClellan RBI single to score Joe Carter. In the bottom of the 6th a punch hit sacrifice fly by Jimmy Collins scores Harvey MccClellan to give Wichita a 3-2 lead. Kalamazoo strikes back in the top of the 7th as a 2 run double by Merv Rettenmund gives Kalamazoo a 4-3 lead. Wichita answers in the bottom of the 7th as Bob Meusel singles home Ken Griffey Jr. to tie the game 4-4 and after a pitching change Ken Boswell singles off Russ Swan to score Kent Hrbek to give Wichita a 5-4 lead. Rich Gossage comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. After Earle Combes flies out to center he walks pinch hitter Gary Ward on a 3-2 pitch. Bobby Thomson steps up with the tying run at 1st and rips a ground ball to third, he flips to second and over to first for the game ending double play. Clay Carroll gets the win in relief. Greg Harris is the losing pitcher in relief. Merv Rettenmund had 3 hits for Kalamazoo. Ken Boswell was 2 for 2 with 2 walks for Wichita.

4/22
Chicago @ Staten Island
In the bottom of the 1st Shoeless Joe Jackson singles home Sam Crawford to give Staten Island a 1-0 lead as they go for the sweep of the league leaders. Lou Gehrig leads off the bottom of the 4th with a solo homerun to make it 2-0. Later in the inning Dave Engle would double home Al Dark to make it 3-0. Bill Dinneen is cruising until the 7th when he runs into trouble. Ralp Garr and Johnny Bench lead off the inning with back to back singles; 1st and 2nd with no outs. Jim Delahanty doubles into the corner in left and both Garr and Bench score to make it 3-2. Rick Miller singles, scoring Delahanty to tie the game 3-3 with Miller going to second on the throw home. Pee Wee Reese doubles, scoging Miller to give Chicago a 4-3 lead. After being sacrificed to 3rd and then Brooks Robinson being hit by a pitch Chicago has runners at the corner with one out. Willie Wilson grounds into a fielders choice and beats the return throw to prevent the double play as Reese scores to make it 5-3 and chases Dinneen. Michael Jackson gets Will Clark to ground out to end the inning but the damage is done. In the bottom of the 8th Larry Doby singles home Mark Grace to get back to 5-4. Chicago adds an insurance run in the top of the 9th as Rick Miller scores on a pinch hit sacrifice fly by Damian Miller to make it 6-4. Duane Ward comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th and he strikes out Manny Trillo, Andy Van Slyke and Sam Crawford to save the game. Early Wynn gets the win to improve to 3-1 as he allows 4 runs on 7 hits in 7.2 innings with 3 walks and 9 strikeouts. Bill Dinneen gets the loss as he allows 5 runs on 8 hits in 6.2 innings with 3 strikeouts.

Stamford @ Dayton
Stamford crushes Dayton 13-3. Jack Pfiester improves to 3-0 as he allows 1 run on 6 hits in 7.0 innings with 5 walks and 8 strikeouts. Tom Seaver gets the loss as he allows 8 runs (only 2 earned) on 8 hits in 7.0 innings with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts. Dayton commits 4 errors in the game with Art Howe committing 3 of them. Cleon Jones went 3 for 4 with 2 homeruns and 7 RBI's. Boog Powell had 3 hits, with 2 doubles and knocked in 3. Art Howe had 3 hits to go along with his 3 errors.

Yuma @ Takoma Park
The game is scoreless until the top of the 4th. Gary Carter hits a 2 run homerun to take a 2-0 lead for Yuma. In the top of the 4th Pete Rose singles home Cesar Cedeno to make it 3-0. In the bottom of the 7th Babe Ruth hits a solo homerun to right center to get Takoma Park on the board at 3-1. After a two out single by Roy Campanella Graig Nettles hits a two run homerun to right center on a 3-2 pitch to tie the game 3-3. Kent Tekulve comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. He retires the side in order. Tug McGraw comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. HE walks Tommie Agee on 4 pitches. Babe Ruth singles , moving Agee to 3rd. Runners at the corners with no outs. Bobby Grich steps up, on a 1-2 pitch the ball bounces to the backstop, Agee breaks for home, the throw to McGraw covering... safe! Takoma Park wins 4-3. Kent Tekulve gets the win in relief and Tug McGraw gets the loss in relief.

Kalamazoo @ Wichita
In the top of the 1st Earle Combs scores on a throwing error to give Kalamazoo a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 2nd Buck Freeman doubles home Willie Aikens to make it 2-0. Two batters later John Tudor doubles home Freeman to give Kalamazoo a 3-0 lead. In the top of the 4th Willie Aikens scores on an error to extend the lead to 4-0. In the bottom of the 4th Wichita loads the bases with no outs. Joe Carter grounds into a double play as Ken Boswell scores to make it 4-1. The threat ends there, not good for bases loaded and no outs. In the bottom of the 7th George Brett triples to lead off the inning but a strikeout, a pop up to third and a fly out strands him there. In the bottom of the 8th pinch hitter Bob Meusel doubles home Delos Drake to make it 4-2. Byung-Hyun Kim comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. After George Brett grounds out Joe Carter battles his way to a 3-2 walk. Ken Griffey Jr. flies out to left for the second out. Kent Hrbek is hit by an 0-1 pitch, runners at 1st and 2nd with two outs. Bake McBride pinch hits and on the first pitch he hits a high fly ball to right center, back towards the track, near the fence, and it's gone! Three run game winning homerun. Wichita wins 5-4. Kim gets the loss to drop to 0-3 in relief and Clay Carroll gets the win in relief. Willie Aikens and Buck Freeman each had 3 hits for Kalamazoo. Delos Drake and George Brett were the only multi hit players for Wichita with 2 each.
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Red Division W L GB Yuma 12 9 -- Dayton 11 10 1.0 Stamford 11 10 1.0 Wichita 8 13 4.0 Blue Division W L GB Chicago 16 5 -- Takoma Park 11 10 5.0 Staten Island 10 11 6.0 Kalamazoo 5 16 11.0
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Leaders

Avg.
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .425
2) Willie McGee, YUMA .386
3) Tony Fernandez, DAY .380
4) George Brett, WICH .373
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .368

OBP
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .480
2) Lou Gehrig, SI .457
3) Joe Morgan, DAY .453
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .443
5) Tony Lazzeri, STAM .440

Slg
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .671
2) Andre Dawson, TAK .642
3) Lou Gehrig, SI .615
4) Joe Morgan, DAY .582
4) George Brett, WICH .582

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 37
2) Willie McGee, YUMA 32
3) Andre Dawson, TAK 29
4) Ralph Garr, CHI 28
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 28
4) Cleon Jones, STAM 28
4) Joe Morgan, DAY 28

2B
1) Roy Campanella, TAK 8
1) Andre Dawson, TAK 8
1) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 8
1) Boog Powell, STAM 8
5) Tony Fernandez, DAY 7
5) Will Clark, CHI 7
5) Willie Aikens, KAL 7

3B
1) Earle Combs, KAL 2
1) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 2
1) Willie Wilson, CHI 2
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 2
1) Cleon Jones, STAM 2

HR
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 6
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 5
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 5
2) Lou Gehrig, SI 5

RBI
1) Carl Furillo, SI 18
1) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 18
3) Boog Powell, STAM 17
3) Andre Dawson, TAK 17
5) Luis Gonzalez, 15

Runs
1) Lou Gehrig, SI 21
2) Joe Morgan, DAY 18
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 18
2) Tony Lazzeri, STAM 18
2) Cleon Jones, STAM 18

SB
1) Sam Crawford, SI 9
2) Frank Chance, TAK 7
2) Ty Cobb, STAM 7
4) Johnny Evers, KAL 6

ERA
1) Dickey Kerr, CHI 0.85
2) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 1.88
3) Jack Pfiester, STAM 1.97
4) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 2.21
5) Ed Cicotte, KAL 2.27

Wins
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 4
2) Calvin Jones, DAY 3
2) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
2) Duane Ward, CHI 3
2) Jack Pfiester, STAM 3
2) Early Wynn, CHI 3
2) Bob Knepper, TAK 3

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 8
2) Pete Richert, TAK 5
3) Dave Smith, STAM 4
4) Rich Gossage, WICH 3

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 52
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 51
3) Early Wynn, CHI 45
4) Randy Johnson, WICH 40
5) Lefty Williams, STAM 39
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4/23
Takoma Park (C Schilling 1-1, 3.00) @ Chicago (S Rogers 1-1, 4.05)
Yuma (M Cuellar 1-1, 3.32) @ Kalamazoo (D Newcombe 2-1, 2.38)
Staten Island (J Palmer 2-1, 3.18) @ Stamford (D Dravecky 1-2, 2.78)
Wichita (F Tanana 0-1, 5.28) @ Dayton (P Roe 2-1, 2.49)

4/24
Wichita (D McNally 0-4, 6.65) @ D Jackson (0-1, 4.05)
Yuma (J Koosman 4-0, 1.88) @ Kalamazoo (B Saberhagen 2-2, 2.51)
Staten Island (O Overall 1-2, 5.85) @ Stamford (N Gibson 1-3, 7.30)
Takoma Park (L Jansen 2-2, 3.81) @ Chicago (D Kerr 3-0, 0.85)

4/25
Staten Island (G Nolan 1-1, 8.35) @ Stamford (L Williams 2-0, 5.46)
Yuma (B Feller 2-0, 4.50) @ Kalamazoo (E Cicotte 1-3, 2.27)
Wichita (B Blyleven 1-1, 6.65) @ Dayton (H Pennock 0-2, 10.55)
Takoma Park (J Guzman 2-1, 2.63) @ Chicago (J Niekro 2-1, 5.47)
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4/23
Takoma Park @ Chicago
Curt Schilling shuts down Chicago with a complete game 7 hit shutout while walking 2 and striking out 10 (with no bloody sock). Steve Rogers gets rattled for the loss as he allows 5 runs on 7 hits in 3.2 innings with 2 walks and 2 strikeouts. Frank Chance has 3 hits and 2 EBI's for Takoma Park. Babe Ruth has a pair of hits, including a homerun.

Yuma @ Kalamazoo
Don Newcombe continues his scoreless streak as he throes 8.2 innings of scoreless ball and allows only 5 hits in a 10-0 Kalamazoo victory. Mike Cuellar gets chased aster just 3.0 innings as he allows 6 runs on 8 hits. Brooks Robinson goes 3 for 4 with 2 homeruns and knocks in 4 runs for Kalamazoo. Mickey Tettleton and Garry Maddox both also homered for Kalamazoo.

Staten Island @ Stamford
Ty Cobb scored in the bottom of the 1st on a throwing error to give Stamford the 1-0 lead. In the top of the 4th Al Dark singles home Lou Gehrig to tie the game 1-1. Sam Crawford hits a solo homerun down the line in right on the first pitch of the top of the 5th to give Staten Island a 2-1 lead. In the top of the 8th Carl Furillo hits a solo homerun to give Staten Island a 3-1 lead. Joe Sambito comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. He gets Mike Schmidt to ground out and Ty Cobb to ground out. After getting ahead of Roberto Alomar 0-2; Almomar fouls off a couple pitches and then lines a base hit to right. Monte Irvin represents the tying run as he steps to the plate. On a 1-1 pitch Irvin rips a ground ball to second for the final out of the game. Staten Island wins 3-1. Jim Palmer gets the win as he allows 1 run (unearned) on 4 hits with 7 strikeouts in 8.0 innings. Dave Dravecky gets the loss, allowing 3 runs on 10 hits in 8.1 innings. Sam Crawford goes 4 for 4 for Staten Island.

Wichita @ Dayton
In the bottom of the 1st Joe Morgan doubles home Tim Raines to give Dayton a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 3rd Hank Aaron doubles home Tim Raines to give Dayton a 2-0 lead. In the top of the 4th George Brett gets Wichita on the board with a solo homerun to make it 2-1. In the bottom of the 4th Dayton scores twice; on RBI singles by Wes Westrum and Tim Raines. Dayton takes a 4-1 lead. Calvin Jones comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. George Brett works the count full on several fouls and then doubles to lead off the inning. Ken Griffey Jr. singles to knock in Brett and Griffey goes to 2nd on the throw, 4-2. Kent Hrbeck flies out to deep center, Griffey tags and moves to 3rd. Ken Boswell strikes out swinging for the second out. Bake McBride ground right back to the pitcher to end the game; Dayton wins 4-2. Preacher Roe improves to 3-1 with the win as he allows just 1 run in 8.0 innings on 5 hits with 10 strikeouts. Frank Tanana gets the loss as he allows 4 runs on 8 hits in 5.0 innings with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Tim Raines has 3 hits with 2 runs scored and 1 RBI.

4/24
Wichita @ Dayton
Dayton jumps to a 12-4 lead and holds on for a 12-9 victory. Dayton pounds out 12 runs on 19 hits but did commit 4 errors. Danny Jackson allows 4 runs on 8 hits in 7.0 innings for the win. Dave McNally drops to 0-5 and allows 6 runs on 8 hits in only 1.2 innings. Every starter had a hit for Dayton. Kevin McReynolds and Jack Clark each homered for Dayton. McReynolds had 3 hits and was a triple shy of the cycle, which made up for his 2 errors. Ken Griffey Jr. had 3 hits for Wichita.

Yuma @ Kalamazoo
Brett Saberhagen takes a shutout into the 9th but is pulled and allows a run (a 9th inning homerun by Juan Gonzalez) in a 4-1 Kalamazoo victory. Saberhagen allows 1 run on 7 hits in 8.1 innings for the win. Jerry Koosman allows 4 runs in 6.1 innings on 13 hits as he gets his first loss of the season. Juan Gonzales has 3 hits for Yuma. Mickey Tettleton, Garry Ward and Johnny Evers each have 3 hits for Kalamazoo.

Staten Island @ Stamford
Stamford takes an early 7-2 lead and holds on for a 7-4 victory. Norwood Gibson allows 2 runs on 5 hits in 6.0 innings with 4 walks and 6 strikeouts for the win. Orval Overall drops to 1-3 as he allows 5 runs on 6 hits in 3.0 innings. Ty Cobb has 4 hits for Stamford. Dave Engle and Manny Trillo each homered for Staten Island. Cleon Jones homered for Stamford.

Takoma Park @ Chicago
Takoma Park does what no one else has so far and pounds Dickey Kerr in an 8-4 victory. Larry Jansen allows 4 runs on 10 hits in 6.0 innings for the win. Dickey Kerr is knocked out in the 1st inning as he allows 6 runs on 6 hits in just 0.2 innings. George Foster has 4 hits for Takoma Park in the win. Tony Gwynn has 3 hits for Chicago.

4/25
Staten Island @ Stamford
Staten Island scores 3 in the top of the 1st on an RBI single by Carl Furillo and a two run double by Al Dark to take a 3-0 lead. Tony Lazzeri hits a solo homerun to lead off the bottom of the 3rd and make it 3-1. In the bottom of the 5th Ty Cobb singles home Tony Lazzeri to make it 3-2. In the bottom of the 6th Boog Powell scores on a Ken Griffey Jr. ground out to tie the game 3-3. Joe Sambito comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. HE retires Brian Downing, Ken Griffey Jr. and Otis Nixon in order to send the game to extra innings. In the top of the 11th Larry Doby leads off with a solo homerun of Dave Smith to give Staten Island a 4-3 lead. They go on to load th ebases with two outs but Gary Neibauer comes on to retire Sam Crawford to end the inning. Mark Huismann comes in to pitch the bottom of the 11th. Boog Powell doubles to lead off the inning. Mike Schmidt fouls off a 2-2 pitch and then takes the next pitch and crushes it over the fence in left center for a game winning 2 run homerun. Stamford wins 5-4. Gary Neibauer gets the win in relief with Mark Huismann getting the loss in relief. Sam Crawford has 4 hits for Staten Island. Ty Cobb goes 4 for 4 for Stamford.

Yuma @ Kalamazoo
In the top of the 3rd Jackie Robinson singles home Tim Foli to give Yuma a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 3rd Earle Combs scores on a sacrifice fly by Merv Rettenmund to tie the game 1-1. In the top of the 6th Juan Gonzalez hits a 2 run homerun to give Yuma a 3-1 lead. Tug McGraw comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. After Bill Robinson flies out for the first out Earle Combs singles. Combs moves to second on a wild pitch. Johnny Evers flies out to shallow center for the second out. Bobby Thomson singles and Combs scores without a throw to make it 3-2. Merv Rettenmund singles, 1st and 2nd with two outs. Mickey Tettleton doubles, Thomson scores but Rettenmund is held at 3rd. Game tied 3-3. Willie Aikens ground out to second to end the inning and send the game to extra innings tied 3-3. Byung-Hyn Kim comes in to pitch the 10th. Ray Schalk and Jackie Robinson single to lead off the inning, 1st and 2nd with no outs. John Olerud lines out to short for the first out. Juan Gonzaliez singles, Schalk scores to make it 4-3. Luis Gonzalez singles to load the bases. Willie McGee hits a fly ball down the line in right field, it is just over the fence and inside the foul pole, grand slam! Yuma takes an 8-3 lead. Bob James comes in to retire the next two batters to end the inning. Monty Kennedy comes in to pitch the bottom of the 10th. Buck Freeman strikes out and Dave Concepcion grounds out, two outs. Felix Milan walks on 4 pitches. Earle Combs singles, 1st and 2nd with 2 outs. Gary Ward doubles, both Milan and Combs score to make it 8-5. Bobby Thomson works a full count and hits a deep fly to right but it is caught at the track to end the game. Yuma wins 8-5. Tug McGraw blows the save but gets the win in relief. Kim gets the loss and is 0-4 in relief with an ERA over 19. Jackie Robinson and Juan Gonzalez each have 3 hits for Yuma. Earle Combs is 5 for 6 with 3 runs scored for Kalamazoo.

Wichita @ Dayton
Ozzie Smith singles home Alan Ashby in the top of the 3rd to give Wichita a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 6th Joe Morgan hits a 3 run homerun to give Dayton a 3-1 lead. Marcelino Lopez comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. Bob Meusel ground out for the first out. George Brett walks on four pitches. Joe Carter pops out to first, two outs. Gen Griffey Jr. singles, 1st and 2nd with 2 outs. Kent Hrbeck strikes out swinging to end the game, Dayton wins 3-1. Herb Pennock gets his first win as he allows 1 run on 6 hits in 8.0 innings. Bert Blyleven gets the loss as he allows 3 runs on 3 hits in 7.0 innings.

Takoma Park @ Chicago
Takoma Park gets on the board in the top of the 1st as Andre Dawson singles in Babe Ruth to make it 1-0. Chicago strings together 5 hits in the bottom of the 1st to score 3 and take a 3-1 lead thanks to an RBI single by Brooks Robinson, an RBI double by Will Clark and an RBI single by Rick Miller. In the top of the 2nd Donie Bush doubles home Tommie Agee to make it 3-2. Bush scores on a Frank Chance sacrifice fly two batters later to tie the game 3-3. Takoma Park scores 3 in the top of the 5th on a two run double by Bobby Grich and an RBI single by Tommie Agee, they take a 6-3 lead. Jim Delahanty singles home Tony Gwynn in the bottom of the 5th to make it 6-4. The game stays 6-4 into the bottom of the 9th. Pete Richert comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. He retires the side in order as Takoma Parks completes the sweep 6-4. Juan Guzman gets the win and allows 4 runs on 7 hits in 6.0 innings with 4 walks and 6 strikeouts. Joe Niekro gets the loss as he allows 6 runs on 6 hits in 4.0 innings with 5 walks and 2 strikeouts.
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1) Ty Cobb, STAM .460
2) George Brett, WICH .385
2) Tony Fernandez, DAY .385
4) Joe Morgan, DAY .378
5) Willie McGee, YUMA .375

OBP
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .509
2) Joe Morgan, DAY .472
3) George Brett, WICH .449
4) Tony Fernandez, DAY .430
4) Babe Ruth, TAK .430

Slg
1) George Brett, WICH .628
2) Joe Morgan, DAY .622
3) Babe Ruth, TAK .620
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .602
5) Andre Dawson, TAK .600

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 46
2) Willie McGee, YUMA 36
3) Sam Crawford, SI 34
3) Joe Morgan, DAY 34
5) Andre Dawson, TAK 33

2B
1) Roy Campanella, TAK 9
1) Andre Dawson, TAK 9
1) Boog Powell, STAM 9
1) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 9
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 9

3B
1) Earle Combs, KAL 2
1) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 2
1) Willie Wilson, CHI 2
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 2
1) Cleon Jones, STAM 2
1) Al Rosen, DAY 2

HR
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 7
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 5
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 5
2) Lou Gehrig, SI 5
2) George Brett, WISH 5
2) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 5

RBI
1) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 22
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 20
2) Carl Furillo, SI 20
4) Boog Powell, STAM 17
4) Al Dark, SI 17

Runs
1) Lou Gehrig, SI 22
2) Tony Lazzeri, STAM 21
3) Joe Morgan, DAY 20
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 19
4) Cleon Jones, STAM 19
4) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 19

SB
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 10
2) Sam Crawford, SI 9
3) Frank Chance, TAK 7
4) Johnny Evers, KAL 6
4) Tony Gwynn, CHI 6
4) Tim Raines, DAY 6

ERA
1) Don Newcombe, KAL 1.72
2) Jack Pfiester, STAM 1.97
3) Preacher Roe, DAY 2.12
4) Brett Saberhagen, KAL 2.19
5) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 2.21

Wins
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 4
2) Calvin Jones, DAY 3
2) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
2) Duane Ward, CHI 3
2) Jack Pfiester, STAM 3
2) Early Wynn, CHI 3
2) Bob Knepper, TAK 3

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 8
2) Pete Richert, TAK 6
3) Dave Smith, STAM 5
4) Calvin Jones, DAY 4
5) Rich Gossage, WICH 3

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 52
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 51
3) Lefty Williams, STAM 47
4) Early Wynn, CHI 45
5) Randy Johnson, WICH 40
5) Larry Jansen, TAK 40
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Stamford (J Pfiester 3-0, 1.97) @ Chicago (C Young 1-2, 4.60)
Wichita (R Johnson 1-2, 4.99) @ Staten Island (B Dinneen 2-2, 4.66)
Dayton (B Kison 1-2, 2.38) @ Yuma (M Brown 1-2, 4.40)

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Wichita (S Maglie 2-1, 2.43) @ Staten Island (J Palmer 3-1, 2.48)
Stamford (J Candelaria 2-2, 4.30) @ Chicago (E Wynn 3-1, 3.25)
Dayton (T Seaver 2-3, 3.82) @ Yuma (N Ryan 1-1, 2.21)

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Kalamazoo (B Saberhagen 3-2, 2.19) @ Takoma Park (L Jansen, 3-2, 4.22)
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Kalamazoo @ Takoma Park
Steve Carlton picks up his first win of the season as he threw a complete game 4 hit shutout, while walking 2 and striking out 12. Nolan Ryan drops to 0-3 as he allows 5 runs on 5 hits in 5.1 innings with 6 walks and 4 strikeouts. Takoma Park wins 6-0. Babe Ruth and Bobby Grich homered for Takoma Park, with Grich's homerun being a grand slam.

Stamford @ Chicago
Cy Young gets Chicago back on the winning track with a complete game 7 hit shutout, while striking out 8. Chicago wins 3-0. Jack Pfiester gets his first loss of the season as he allowed 3 runs on 13 hits in 7.0 innings. Ralph Garr had 3 hits for Chicago.

Wichita @ Staten Island
Wichita coasts to a 5-1 victory behind Randy Johnson who throws a complete game while allowing 1 run on 6 hits with 1 walk and 8 strikeouts. Bill Dinneen gets the loss as he allowed 5 runs (4 earned) on 9 hits in 7.0 innings. Joe Carter has 3 hits for Wichita while Kent Hrbeck homered.

Dayton @ Yuma
Yuma pounds out 13 runs in a 13-6 victory. Mordecai Brown gets the win as he allows only 2 runs on 6 hits in 8.0 innings while walking 1 and striking out 9. Bruce Kison gets the loss to drop to 1-3 as he allowed 5 runs (3 earned) on 9 hits in 4.0 innings. Dayton has defensive issues again as they commit 3 errors. Tim Raines had 3 hits for Dayton in the loss with Hank Aaron adding a homerun. John Olerud and Willie McGee had 3 hits each for Yuma and Gary Carter, Luis Gonzalez and Jackie Robinson each homered.

4/28
Kalamazoo @ Takoma Park
In the bottom of the 1st Andre Dawson triples home Frank Chance and George Foster to give Takoma Park a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the 3rd Babe Ruth singles home Frank Chance to increase the lead to 3-0. In the top of the 4th Kalamazoo gets a run back as Merv Rettenmund doubles home Johnny Evers to make it 3-1. In the bottom of the 5th Edgar Martinez doubles home Frank Chance to get the run back and make it 4-1. Kalamzoo gets that back in the top of the 6th as Gary Ward scores on a sacrifice fly by Bobby Thomson to make it 4-2. In the top of the 8th Johnny Evers triples home Bill Robinson and Bobby Thomson singles home Evers to tie the game 4-4. Bung-Hyun Kim comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. Earl Williams flies out for the first out. Tommie Agee singles for a one out runner, the potential winning run is aboard. Frank Chance flies out to right center for the second out. Edgar Martinez pops out to first and the game is going extra innings. In the top of the 14th Kalamazoo gets runners at 2nd and 3rd with two outs but Earle Combs grounds out to the first baseman to end the threat. In the bottom of the 15th with Russ Swan pitching Bobby Grich hits a one out two run homerun to win the game for Takoma Park. Russ Swan gets the loss in relief. Charlie Liebrandt gets the win with 2.0 scoreless innings of relief. Johnny Evers had 3 hits for Kalamazoo. Frank Chance was 5 for 7 with 3 runs scored for Takoma Park.

Wichita @ Staten Island
Staten Island takes an 8-1 lead and hangs on for an 8-6 victory. Bill Madlock has 3 hits for Staten Island, scores 2 runs and knocks in 2 runs. Larry Doby has a pair of hits, including a homerun and 3 RBI's for Staten Island.

Stamford @ Chicago
Chicago gets on the board in the 1st on a two run double by Ralph Garr to take a 2-0 lead. Early Wynn hits a solo homerun in the bottom of the 5th to take a 3-0 lead. In the top of the 8th Stamford strings 4 hits and a walk to score 3 runs to tie the game 3-3 (with RBI singles from Monte Irvin, Boog Powell and Cleon Jones). The game goes to extra innings tied 3-3. With one out in the top of the 10th Brian Downing doubles home Boog Powell and Mike Schmidt to give Stamford a 5-3 lead. Tug McGraw comes in and gets the final two outs. Dave Smith retires the side in order in the bottom of the 10th as Stamford comes back to win 5-3. Dave Smith gets the win in relief while Duane Ward gets his first loss in relief.

Dayton @ Yuma
Nolan Ryan and Tug McGraw combine for a 4 hit shutout as Yuma wins a pitcher's duel 2-0. Tom Seaver gets the loss as he allows 2 runs on 7 hits in 7.0 innings. Nolan Ryan gets the win as he allows no runs on 3 hits in 8.0 innings with 4 walks and 11 strikeouts.

4/29
Wichita @ Staten Island
Wichita wins a shoot out as they lead 12-5 and hang n for a 12-9 victory. Dave McNally gets his first win of the season though he allows 7 runs on 6 hits in 7.1 innings with 2 walks and 6 strikeouts. Orval Overall gets the loss as he allowed 6 runs on 5 hits in 1.2 innings with 3 walks and 1 strikeout. Bake McBride has 5 hits for Wichita and missed a cycle by only a triple. Joe Carter had 3 hits, including a homerun and 4 RBI's. For Staten Island Shoeless Joe Jackson, Dave Engle, Carl Furillo and Lou Gehrig all homered.

Kalamazoo @ Takoma Park
Larry Jansen is pulled in the 9th but he combines with Kent Tekulve for a shutout in a 4-0 victory for Takoma Park. Bret Saberhagen gets the loss as he allows 4 runs on 8 hits in 8.0 innings. Bobby Grich had the big hit of the game for Takoma Park with a 3 run homerun in the 4th.

Stamford @ Chicago
Chicago wins easily in a 7-2 game. Brooks Robinson has 3 hits for Chicago. Pee Wee Reese has a grand slam for Chicago and Johnny Bench added a solo shot.

Dayton @ Yuma
Dayton hangs on to win 7-5 after building an early lead. Danny Jackson get the win as he allows 4 runs (3 earned) on 11 hits in 7.2 innings. Jerry Koosman takes the loss as he allowed 6 runs on 8 hits in 6.1 innings. Lonnie Smith has 2 hits for Dayton, a triple and a homerun.
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Red Division W L GB Dayton 15 12 -- Yuma 15 12 -- Stamford 14 13 1.0 Wichita 10 17 5.0 Blue Division W L GB Chicago 18 9 -- Takoma Park 17 10 1.0 Staten Island 12 15 6.0 Kalamazoo 7 20 11.0
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Avg.
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .430
2) Willie McGee, YUMA .385
3) Joe Morgan, DAY .365
3) George Brett, WICH .365
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .357

OBP
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .476
2) Joe Morgan, DAY .451
3) Babe Ruth, TAK .447
4) George Brett, WICH .434
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .434

Slg
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .633
2) Babe Ruth, TAK .629
3) George Brett, WICH .600
4) Andre Dawson, TAK .579
5) Joe Morgan, DAY .577

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 49
2) Willie McGee, YUMA 42
3) Joe Morgan, DAY 38
4) Tony Gwynn, CHI 37
5) Andre Dawson, TAK 36
5) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 36

2B
1) Boog Powell, STAM 12
2) Roy Campanella, TAK 11
2) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 11
2) Frank Chance, TAK 11
2) John Olerud, YUMA 11

3B
1) Earle Combs, KAL 2
1) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
1) Joe Morgan, DAY 2
1) Willie Wilson, CHI 2
1) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 2
1) Cleon Jones, STAM 2
1) Al Rosen, DAY 2

HR
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 8
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 6
2) Lou Gehrig, SI 6
4) Andre Dawson, TAK 5
4) George Brett, WISH 5
4) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 5
4) Carl Furillo, SI 4
4) Johnny Bench, CHI 4

RBI
1) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 23
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 22
3) Carl Furillo, SI 21
4) Boog Powell, STAM 20
4) Lou Gehrig, SI 20

Runs
1) Lou Gehrig, SI 23
1) Jackie Robinson, YUMA 23
3) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 22
4) Tony Lazzeri, STAM 21
4) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 21

SB
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 10
1) Sam Crawford, SI 10
3) Tim Raines, DAY 8
4) Frank Chance, TAK 7
4) Johnny Evers, KAL 7

ERA
1) Don Newcombe, KAL 1.72
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 1.81
3) Preacher Roe, DAY 2.12
4) Jack Pfiester, STAM 2.31
5) Eddie Cicotte, KAL 2.43

Wins
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 4
1) Larry Jansen, TAK 4
2) Calvin Jones, DAY 3
2) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
2) Duane Ward, CHI 3
2) Jack Pfiester, STAM 3
2) Early Wynn, CHI 3
2) Bob Knepper, TAK 3

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 8
2) Pete Richert, TAK 6
3) Dave Smith, STAM 5
3) Calvin Jones, DAY 5
5) Rich Gossage, WICH 3
5) Tug McGraw, YUMA 3

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 64
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 62
3) Early Wynn, CHI 61
4) Larry Jansen, TAK 51
5) Randy Johnson, WICH 48
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4/30
Takoma Park (J Guzman 3-1, 3.00) @ Stamford (L Williams 2-0, 5.15)
Kalamazoo (E Cicotte 1-3, 2.43) @ Dayton (H Pennock 1-2, 7.98)
Yuma (B Feller 2-0, 3.94) @ Staten Island (1-1, 6.84)
Chicago (J Niekro 2-2, 6.59) @ Wichita (B Blyleven 1-2, 5.70)

5/1
Yuma (M Cuellar 1-2, 5.11) @ Staten Island (E Whitson 2-1, 2.93)
Kalamazoo (D Newcombe 3-1, 1.72) @ Dayton (P Roe 3-1, 2.12)
Takoma Park (B Knepper 3-1, 2.70) @ Stamford (D Dravecky 1-3, 2.90)
Chicago (S Rogers 1-2, 5.32) @ Wichita (F Tanana 0-2, 5.75)

5/2
Takoma Park (S Carlton 1-2, 2.70) @ Stamford (J Pfiester 3-1, 2.31)
Kalamazoo (N Ryan 0-3, 4.84) @ Dayton (B Kison 1-3, 2.84)
Yuma (M Brown 2-2, 3.96) @ Staten Island (B Dinneen 2-3, 4.74)
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1st (2nd) Takoma Park 129
2nd (1st) Chicago 119
3rd (4th) Dayton 99
4th (3rd) Yuma 99
5th (5th) Stamford 94
6th (6th) Staten Island 77
7th (7th) Wichita 68
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Takoma Park has won 8 straight and 9-1 in their last 10.

Chicago has gone 4-6 in their last 10.

Kalamazoo has lost 4 straight.

Early Wynn has the only 15+ strikeout game as he struck out 16 against Stamford.

Ralph Garr of Chicago had a 20 game hitting streak ended on the 25th.

Takoma Park has been a nightmare for Kalamazoo and has beaten them in all 6 games which they have played.

The Blue division has the best pitching with 3 of 4 teams under a team ERA of 4 while the Red division has no team under a team ERA of 4.

The two worst fielding teams are tied for 1st in the Red division with Dayton committing 21 errors and Yuma 20. Staten Island has committed the fewest at 10.

Stamford is the only team that has yet to have a shutout, Takoma Park leads all teams with 6.

Kalamazoo has only 1 team save, Chicago has the most at 12.
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4/30
Takoma Park @ Stamford
Takoma Park builds a 6-1 lead and hangs on for the 6-4 victory as Stamford doesn't threaten again after they get back to 6-4 in the 8th. Juan Guzman gets the win to improve to 4-1 as he allows 4 runs on 6 hits in 8.0 innings with 2 walks and 8 strikeouts. Lefty Williams allows 6 runs on 7 hits in 4.2 innings with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts to get the loss. Andre Dawson hits his 6th homerun of the season for Takoma Park. Boog Powell has 3 hits, including 2 homeruns for Stamford.

Kalamazoo @ Dayton
In the top of the 3rd Earle Combs doubles home Dave Concepcion to give Kalamazoo a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 4th Al Rosen doubles home Hank Aaron to tie the game 1-1. In the top of the 5th Kalamazoo scores 3 to take a 4-1 lead on an RBI single by Bobby Thomson and a two run single by Merv Rettenmund. In the bottom of the 8th Hank Aaron hits a one out two run homerun to get Dayton back to within 4-3. Byung-Hyun Kim comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. He gets Jack Clark to ground out of the first out of the inning. On a 2-1 pitch Kevin McReynolds lines a ball just inside the foul pole and just over the left field fence to tie the game 4-4. Kim retires the next two batters as the game goes to extra innings. In the top of the 11th Kalamazoo strings together 5 hits to score 3 runs and take a 7-4 lead thanks to RBI singles by DAve Concepcion, Garry Maddox and Earle Combs. Bob James comes in to pitch the bottom of the 11th. He gets JAck Clark to ground out for out number one. Kevin McReynolds crushes a 1-2 pitch over the wall in left center for his second homerun of the game to get back to within 7-5. Wes Westrum flies out for the second out. Pinch hitter Del Garner falls behind 2-2 and fould off 4 straight pitches before striking out to end the game. Byung-Hyun Kim gets the win in relief. Calvin Jones gets the loss in relief. Merv Rettenmund and Earle Combe each had 3 hits for Kalamazoo. Kevin McReynolds comes into the game late for Dayton and has two at bats, he homers in each at bat.

Yuma @ Staten Island
Staten Island pounds Yuma 9-4. Garry Nolan gets the win as he allows 4 runs on 10 hits in 8.0 innings. Bob Feller gets the loss as he allows 8 runs on 12 hits in 7.1 innings. John Olderud had 3 hits for Yuma and Luis Gonzalez homered for Yuma. Sam Crawford and Bill MAdlock each had 3 hits for Staten Island.

Chicago @ Wichita
Wichita gets on the board first as Joe Carter singles home Ken Griffey Jr. to take a 1-0 lead. Chicago scores 3 in the top of the 22nd to take a 3-1 lead as Pee Wee Reese singles home a run and Tony Gwynn singles home 2 runs. Chicago opens the game up with 3 more in the top of the 6th to make it 6-1. Phil Garner tripled home Jim Delahanty. Joe Niekro doubles home Phil Garner and Willie Wilson singles home Joe Niekro. In the bottom of the 6th Joe Carter hits a 2 run homerun to get back to 6-3. Three batters later Ken Boswell singles home Kent Hrbek to get back to 6-4. In the bottom of the 7th George Brett hits a two out 2 run homerun to tie the game 6-6. In the top of the 9th with Paul Minner on the mound Tony Gwynn leads off with a single. Brooks Robinson is hit by a 2-1 pitch to put runners at 1sst and 2ndd with no outs. Will Clark sacrifices the runners to 2nd and 3rd with one out. Ralph Garr singles, scoring one run to take a 7-6 lead. Johnny Bench pops out to third and Jim Delahanty flies out to center to end the inning. Duane Ward comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th looking for the save. He strikes out pinch hitter Bob Meusel for the first out. Ozzie Smith lines a single to center. Bake McBride ground right back to the pitcher but Ward boots it, everyone is safe. 1st and 2nd with one out. Ken Griffey Jr. strikes out on three pitches for the second out. George Brett crushes a 1-0 pitch to deep center, back to the track and caught at the fence to end the game, Chicago wins 7-6. Jeff Lahti gets the win in relief. Paul Minner gets the loss in relief. Ken Griffey Jr. and George Brett each had 3 hits for Wichita.

5/1
Yuma @ Staten Island
Juan Gonzalez singles home Jackie Robinson in the top of the 1st to give Yuma a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 1st Sam Crawford ties the game with a solo homerun. Four batters later Carl Furillo singles home Shoeless Joe Jackson to give Staten Island a 2-1 lead. In the top of the 2nd Gary Carter scores when Tim Foli grounds into a double play. In the bottom of the 3rd Al Dark singles home Shoeless Joe Jackson to give Staten Island a 3-2 lead. Staten Island's bats come alive in the bottom of the 5th. Shoeless Joe Jackson leads off with a solo homerun to make it 4-2. Al Dark singles home Lou Gehrig with one out in the inning to make it 5-2. Pat Borders homers to right center for a two run homerun that makes it 7-2. That chases Mike Cuellar from the game. Yuma gets a couple runs back in the top of the 6th on a 2 run double by Tim Foli to make it 7-4. Joe Sambito comes on to pitch the top of the 9th. Pete Rose flies out to lead off the inning. Tim Foli is walked on 4 pitches. Mickey Hatehr homers down the left field line for a two rune homerun that gets Yuma back to within one run at 7-6. Michael Jackson comes in to relieve Sambito. Jackie Robinson singles to great Jackson. Pinch hitter Ray Schalk flies out to right for the second out. Juan Gonzalez falls behind 1-2 and fouls a ball off. The next pitch is crushed deep to left.. but foul. On the next pitch he freezes and it called a strike to strike him out and end the game. Mike Cuellar loses the game as he allows 7 runs on 9 hits in 4.1 innings. Ed Whitson gets the win as he allows 4 runs (3 earned) on 6 hits in 8.0 innings with 3 walks and 7 strikeouts.

Kalamazoo @ Dayton
Pitching will be the name of the game. In the top of the 4th Bobby Thomson hits a solo homerun to give Kalamazoo a 1-0 lead. The game remains 1-0 until the bottom of the 8th. Mark Eichhorn comes in to pitch the bottom of the 8th and Kevin McReynolds hits a pinch hit solo homerun to tie the game 1-1. Miguel Batista comes in to pitch the top of the 9th. Johnny Evers singles with one out. Bobby Thomson grounds into a double play to end the inning. Byung-Hyun Kim comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. Chick Stahl walks and moves to second on a ground out. Art How is intentionally walk to setup the force at any base. Pinch hitter Del Gainer singles on a 3-2 pitch, Stahl rounds third and tries to score. The throw to the plate is a little late, he scores and Dayton wins 2-1. Kim drops to 1-5 with the loss in relief. Batista gets the win in relief.

Takoma Park @ Stamford
Takoma Park scores 3 in to the top of the first and keeps the lead on their way to a 5-3 victory. With Stamford having only 5 hits the game was never really in doubt. Bob Knepper gets the win as he allows 3 runs (1 earned) on 4 hits in 7.0 innings and improves to 4-1. Dave Dravecky drops to 1-4 as he allows 4 runs (1 earned) on 7 hits in 7.0 innings.

Chicago @ Wichita
Chicago pounds out 11 runs on 17 hits in an 11-5 victory. Pee Wee Reese had 3 hits, including a homerun, with 2 runs scored and 4 RBI's. Tony Gwynn, Willie Wilson and Jack Clark each added three hits as well in the winning cause.

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Takoma Park sends 9 men to the plate in the top of the 1st and score 4 runs to take a 4-0 lead. Stamford gets 2 runs back in the bottom of the 1st thanks to a Boog Powell RBI single and a run scoring on a wild pitch. In the top of the 3rd Jack Banta comes in to pitch for Stamford and he allows a 2 run homerun to Earl Williams to put Takoma Park up 6-2. In the bottom of the 3rd Boog Powell has a one out RBI double to get Stamford back to 6-3. In the 5th inning Andre Dawson hits a two out solo homerun to extend the lead to 7-3. In the bottom of the 7th a 2 out pinch hit single by Bryan Little makes it 7-4. Ty Cobb follows that with a two run double to get Stamford back to within one at 7-6. Ricky Lysander comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. Tony Lazzeri grounds out for the 1st out. Roberto Alomar doubles on a 1-2 pitch to put the tying run on board. Frank White flies out to right for the second out. Ty Cobb doubles to right to tie the game 7-7. Cleon Jones falls behind 0-2 but works it back to 2-2, on the 2-2 pitch he hits a ground rule double to score Ty Cobb and win the game 8-7 to end Takoma Park's winning streak. Ty Cobb has 4 hits, scores 2 runs and knocks in 3 runs for Stamford.

Kalamazoo @ Dayton
Kalamazoo gets 16 hits on their way to a 12-4 victory. Nolan Ryan gets his first victory as he allows 4 runs on 6 hits in 7.0 innings with 5 walks and 8 strikeouts. Bruce Kison gets the loss as he allows 7 runs (6 earned) on 6 hits with 1 walk and 2 strikeouts in 3.2 innings. Buck Freeman has 3 hits for Kalamazoo and Merv Rettenmund homers for them. We Westrum has three hits and a homerun for Dayton.

Yuma @ Staten Island
Yuma takes an early lead as Jackie Robinson homers to lead off the game and Willie McGee adds an RBI single later in the inning to take a 2-0 1st inning lead. In the bottom of the 1st Shoeless Joe Jackson hits a solo homerun to get to 2-1. Jim Palmer bounces back well in the 2nd inning as he has just a 5 pitch inning. Yuma hits him in the 3rd, however, as they score two more; one on a Juan Gonzalez RBI double and another on a wild pitch to take a 4-1 lead. Staten Island gets one run back in the bottom of the 3rd on an RBI single by Shoeless Joe Jackson, 4-2. Juan Gonzalez hits a solo homerun in the top of the 5th to make it 5-2. In the bottom of the 6th Lou Gehrig leads off with a solo homerun to make it 5-3. In the bottom of the 7th Lou Gehrig hits a one out sacrifice fly to get Staten Island back to within 5-4. Steve Farr comes in to pitch the bottom of the 8th. Al Dark leads off with a triple on the first pitch. Dave Engle lines out to third and Dark is doubled off to end the threat. Jackie Robinson hits a one out solo homerun in the top of the 9th to make it 6-4. Tug McGraw comes in to pitch the bottom of the 9th. HE gets Sam Crawford to strike out for the first out. Bill Madlock and Shoeless Joe Jackson both single to put runners at 1st and 2nd with one out. McGraw strikes out Lou Gehrig on 3 pitches for the second out. Car Furillo singles and Bill Madlock scores to get to within a run at 6-5. Al Dark singles on an 0-2 pitch and Shoeless Joe JAckson scores to tie the game 6-6. Dave Engle ground out to end the inning and send the game to extra innings tied 6-6. In the bottom of the 11sth with Urban Shocker pitching Bill Madlock leads off with a double. He moves to 3rd on a Shoeless Joe Jackson ground out to first. Lou Gehrig is intentionally walked to setup a possible double play. Carl Furillo falls behind 0-2 but takes the next pitch and hits it deep enough to score Madlock as Staten Island wins 7-6.

Chicago @ Wichita
Wichita takes a 5 run inning and eases to a 6-3 victory. Cy Young gets the loss as he allows 6 runs on 12 hits in 6.1 innings with 1 walk and 7 strikeouts. Randy Johnson gets the win as he allows 3 runs on 7 hits in 7.2 innings with 2 walks and 13 strikeouts. Brooks Robinson and Johnny Bench each homer for Chicago. Ivan Rodriguez homers for Wichita.
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Red Division W L GB Dayton 16 14 -- Yuma 15 15 1.0 Stamford 15 15 1.0 Wichita 11 19 5.0 Blue Division W L GB Chicago 20 10 -- Takoma Park 19 11 1.0 Staten Island 15 15 5.0 Kalamazoo 9 21 11.0
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Old 01-26-2015, 10:53 PM   #490
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Leaders

Avg.
1) Ty Cobb, STAM .411
2) Willie McGee, YUMA .385
2) George Brett, WICH .385
4) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI .360
5) Andre Dawson, TAK .345

OBP
1) George Brett, WICH .455
2) Ty Cobb, STAM .454
3) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI .436
4) Babe Ruth, TAK .430
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .424

Slg
1) George Brett, WICH .625
2) Andre Dawson, TAK .621
3) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA .620
4) Babe Ruth, TAK .594
5) Boog Powell, STAM .593

Hits
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 53
2) Willie McGee, YUMA 47
3) Tony Gwynn, CHI 43
4) Sam Crawford, SI 41
4) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 41

2B
1) Boog Powell, STAM 13
1) Frank Chance, TAK 13
1) Ken Griffey Jr., WICH 13
4) Ty Cobb, STAM 12
4) John Olerud, YUMA 12

3B
1) Tim Raines, DAY 3
2) Earle Combs, KAL 2
2) Ralph Garr, CHI 2
2) Joe Morgan, DAY 2
2) Willie Wilson, CHI 2
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 2
2) Cleon Jones, STAM 2
2) Al Rosen, DAY 2

HR
1) Babe Ruth, TAK 8
2) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 7
2) Lou Gehrig, SI 7
2) Andre Dawson, TAK 7
5) George Brett, WISH 6
5) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 6
5) Boog Powell, STAM 6
5) Johnny Bench, CHI 6

RBI
1) Carl Furillo, SI 26
1) Juan Gonzalez, YUMA 26
3) Andre Dawson, TAK 25
4) Boog Powell, STAM 24
5) Lou Gehrig, SI 22
5) Bobby Grich, TAK 22

Runs
1) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 27
1) Jackie Robinson, YUMA 27
3) Lou Gehrig, SI 26
4) Sam Crawford, SI 25
5) Luis Gonzalez, YUMA 23
5) Tony Gwynn, CHI 23
5) Babe Ruth, TAK 23

SB
1) Ty Cobb, STAM 10
1) Sam Crawford, SI 10
3) Tim Raines, DAY 9
3) Frank Chance, TAK 9
5) Johnny Evers, KAL 7
5) Tony Gwynn, CHI 7

WAR
1) George Brett, WISH 1.8
1) Andre Dawson, TAK 1.8
3) Lou Gehrig, SI 1.4
3) Babe Ruth, TAK 1.4
3) Shoeless Joe Jackson, SI 1.4

ERA
1) Don Newcombe, KAL 1.41
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 1.81
3) Preacher Roe, DAY 1.91
4) Bob Knepper, TAK 2.43
5) Dickey Kerr, CHI 2.52

Wins
1) Jerry Koosman, YUMA 4
1) Larry Jansen, TAK 4
1) Bob Knepper, TAK 4
1) Juan Guzman, TAK 4
2) Calvin Jones, DAY 3
2) Dickey Kerr, CHI 3
2) Duane Ward, CHI 3
2) Jack Pfiester, STAM 3
2) Early Wynn, CHI 3

Losses
1) Byung-Hyun Kim, KAL 5
1) Dave McNally, WISH 5
3) Dave Dravecky, STAM 4
3) Norwood Gibson, STAM 4
3) Bruce Kison, DAY 4
3) Orval Overall, SI 4
3) Tom Seaver, DAY 4

Saves
1) Duane Ward, CHI 9
2) Pete Richert, TAK 8
3) Dave Smith, STAM 5
3) Calvin Jones, DAY 5
5) Rich Gossage, WICH 4

K's
1) Steve Carlton, TAK 71
2) Nolan Ryan, YUMA 62
3) Early Wynn, CHI 61
3) Randy Johnson, WICH 61
5) Lefty Williams, STAM 52
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Staten Island (B Dinneen 2-3, 4.74) @ Kalamazoo (J Tudor 0-3, 5.08)
Dayton (T Seaver 2-4, 3.60) @ Takoma Park (C Schilling 2-1, 2.68)
Wichita (S Maglie 2-1, 3.13) @ Stamford (J Candelaria 2-2, 4.10)
Yuma (N Ryan 2-1, 1.81) @ Chicago (E Wynn 3-1, 3.27)

5/4
Dayton (D Jackson 2-1, 4.14) @ Takoma Park (L Jansen 4-2, 3.35)
Staten Island (O Overall 1-4, 8.76) @ Kalamazoo (B Saberhagen 3-3, 2.60)
Wichita (D McNally 1-5, 8.51) @ Stamford (N Gibson 2-4, 6.75)
Yuma (J Koosman 4-2, 3.27) @ Chicago (D Kerr 3-1, 2.52)

5/5
Dayton (J Pennock 1-2, 7.43) @ Takoma Park (J Guzman 4-1, 3.32)
Staten Island (G Nolan 2-1, 6.29) @ Kalamazoo (E Cicotte 1-3, 2.59)
Wichita (B Blyleven 1-2, 6.37) @ Stamford (L Williams 2-1, 5.88)
Yuma (B Feller 2-1, 5.03) @ Chicago (J Niekro 2-2, 6.88)
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Dayton is well under the preseason predictions, would need to go 22-8 in the final half of the season to reach the prediction.

Stamford would need to go 17-13 to get to their predicted win total.

Yuma would need to go 16-14.

Wichita would need to go 15-15.

Chicago is ahead of their pace and could go 14-16 to reach the predicted total.

Kalamazoo is way under the pace and would need to go 21-9 to reach the prediction.

Staten Island could go 13-17 to reach the prediction as they are a little above the pace.

Takoma Park is WAY above the prediction and would need to go 4-26 to hit the prediction.
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With us at the halfway mark, if anyone wants to make a tweak to their lineups or pitching assignments send me a PM to do so. If you are fine with the current setup send me a PM that says that.
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Could I get a screenshot of my pitching screen? I wouldn't mind fiddling.
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Same here.
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