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captaincarl 09-11-2011 03:48 AM

From Tony C's Comeback & Expansion to ??? - The 1969(+) Boston Red Sox
 
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In August of 1967 this happened then after taking all of 1968 off, Tony Conigliaro is making a comeback.

This is also the new era of expansion as the major league has expanded to 24 teams with the Seattle Pilots, Kansas City Royals, Montreal Expos and San Diego Padres entering their inaugural season.

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(I've decided to join in and jump on the 1969 bandwagon started by Big T (expos) and then seconded by PhillieFever (phillies).)

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:04 AM

The newly formed divisions of the American and National Leagues are projected to be:

AMERICAN LEAGUE

EAST
1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Baltimore
4. New York
5. Boston
6. Washington

WEST
1. Oakland
2. Minnesota
3. Chicago
4. California
5. Kansas City
6. Seattle

NATIONAL LEAGUE

EAST
1. Chicago
2. St.Louis
3. Pittsburgh
4. Philadelphia
5. Montreal
6. New York

WEST
1. San Francisco
2. Cincinnati
3. Atlanta
4. Houston
5. Los Angeles
6. San Diego

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:16 AM

A look at the teams

AL EAST

Detroit
Strength: Outfield, pitching first class
Greatest Need: Solid, everyday shortstop
Outlook: Should coast to title

Cleveland
Strength: Starting staff may be best
Greatest Need: Power hitting outfielder
Outlook: Not quite ready

Baltimore
Strength: Infield, starting pitching
Greatest Need: Outfield help
Outlook: Not in running

New York
Strength: Young, developing pitching
Greatest Need: Top catcher, centerfielder
Outlook: In race for third

Boston
Strength: Brilliant outfield
Greatest Need: Bullpen help, catcher
Outlook: On downgrade


Washington
Strength: Frank Howard
Greatest Need: You name it
Outlook: Solid last

AL WEST

Oakland
Strength: Great young pitching
Greatest Need: Leftfielder with big bat
Outlook: Could take title

Minnesota
Strength: Infield looks solid
Greatest Need: Another lefty starter
Outlook: May go to wire

Chicago
Strength: Three big men to start
Greatest Need: Hitting from all positions
Outlook: Shot at third

California
Strength: Shortstop, solid catching
Greatest Need: Dependable right-handed starter
Outlook: Fourth at best

Kansas City
Strength: Bullpen, young starters
Greatest Need: Outfielders with some power
Outlook: Battle for sixth

Seattle
Strength: Fair power in spots
Greatest Need: Catcher, second-short combination
Outlook: Along for the ride

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:26 AM

A look at the NL:

NL EAST

Chicago
Strength: Best infield in baseball, solid bullpen
Greatest Need: Good year from platoon in right
Outlook: This is the year on top

St.Louis
Strength: Finest outfield in league
Greatest Need: Big year from Orlando Cepeda
Outlook: Could repeat, may slide

Pittsburgh
Strength: Strong outfield, solid starters
Greatest Need: Solid catching, infield help
Outlook: Toss up with Phillies

Philadelphia
Strength: Pitching staff, outfield
Greatest Need: Infield corners, fresh bullpen
Outlook: Battle for third spot

Montreal
Strength: Infield corners well protected
Greatest Need: Catching, pitching fall short
Outlook: Could sneak ahead of two

New York
Strength: Young pitching staff
Greatest Need: Third base, second
Outlook: Back in the basement

NL WEST

San Francisco
Strength: Great power, fine pitching
Greatest Need: Shortstop who can hit .250
Outlook: Solid contender for top

Cincinnati
Strength: Excellent infield, catching
Greatest Need: Dependable everyday pitching
Outlook: Right in the running

Atlanta
Strength: Plenty of starting pitchers
Greatest Need: More speed, recovery of power
Outlook: Only outside shot

Houston
Strength: Outfield speed, power up
Greatest Need: Comeback by second baseman Morgan
Outlook: May move up

Los Angeles
Strength: Young, solid pitching staff
Greatest Need: Improved hitting, power
Outlook: Going nowhere

San Diego
Strength: Outfield might prove solid
Greatest Need: Second-short combination
Outlook: Gaining experience

Big T 09-11-2011 04:29 AM

This should be a very good ride.........

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:38 AM

Boston Red Sox Outlook for 1969 (by Baseball Digest)

Boston lacks quality pitching

A lot depends on the return of Tony Conigliaro, but without him the Boston Red Sox don't figure to make much of a splash in the Eastern Division race.

Even with Conigliaro, sidelined since August 1967 with an eye injury, the Red Sox would have to count on overpowering the opposition. They just don't have the solid pitching required of a major contender.

Conigliaro isn't the only Red Sox who's trying to snap back from injury. Shortstop Rico Petrocelli also suffered last year, and reportedly still has a lame throwing arm. Then there's Jim Lonborg, who broke his leg in a skiing accident in late 1967. As a result, he slumped from 22 victories in the pennant-winning year of 1967 to only six last season when Boston finished fourth.

The strongest part of the Red Sox, if Conigliaro can make it back, would be the outfield. Carl Yastrzemski (.301, 23, 74) may have been a cheese champion with his batting title being won on the lowest percentage in baseball history. But everybody knows he can do far better and probably will in 1969.

Yaz takes care of left field and centerfield is almost as well handled by Reggie Smith (.265, 15, 70), who is still developing both as a hitter and outfielder.

Conigliaro could solve any rightfield problem if he has regained full vision. If not, there may be a scramble. Ken Harrelson (.275, 35, 109) preferably should be at first because of his fielding inadequacies but could move to right. He's coming off a great year with the bat and there's no doubt he provides Boston manager Dick Williams with support for Yaz in the batting order.

Williams seems to think that an acceptable alternative in right would be Joe Lahoud (.273, 8, 42 at Louisville), a rookie.

The reserve strength isn't bad either. There are George Thomas (.288, 6, 52 at Louisville), who has been around and Jose Tartabull (.281, 0, 6).

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:43 AM

In the infield, the picture is fine at the corners, with Harrelson the first baseman and George Scott moving to third as a replacement for drafted Joe Foy. Scott (.171, 3, 25) has played third before and should snap back from his poor year at bat. After all, he hit .303, with 19 home runs and 8w RBI in 1967.

Petrocelli's arm is a problem. Petrocelli (.234, 12, 46) and Mike Andrews (.271, 7, 45) at second give the Red Sox an excellent double play combination when healthy. If Petrocelli is unavailable for full-time work, the shortstop job might go to Luis Alcarado (.257, 0, 29 at Pittsfield) or Syd O'Brien (.263, 12, 60 at Louisville).

Dalton Jones, as in the past, will be available for pinch-hitting and fill in at third or second.

The Red Sox don't have the strongest catching in the league. Russ Gibson (.225, 3, 20) figures to do most of the work, with Gerry Moses and Carlton Fisk, two youngsters, taking turns as backup men.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:47 AM

Lonborg (6-10, 4.30) must make a comeback if the Red Sox are to do anything startling. They were a little lucky last year to get tremendous seasons out of two National League castoffs in Ray Culp and Dick Ellsworth. Culp (16-6, 2.92) and Ellsworth (16-7, 3.03) will be available again, but are not likely to repeat.

Jerry Stephenson (12-7, 3.37) figures to be the fourth starter and Jose Santiago (9-4, 2.25) also is in there if his arm is 100 per cent.

Sparky Lyle (6-1, 2.73) may be the workhorse of the bullpen.

The Red Sox have too many ifs to be rated as serious contenders. Try them in third place.

CatKnight 09-11-2011 04:47 AM

Interesting that the Expos are predicted to finish 5th. Are those the historical Baseball Digest predictions? If so, the Miracle Mets must have really surprised them.

It'll be interesting to see how you do with Congliaro. Hopefully he can come back for you.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big T (Post 3200049)
This should be a very good ride.........

Thanks for following.

If there's one thing that this team has is the bats. Like mostly every other season, the offense has to carry the team because the pitching always seemed to take a back seat to the bats.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CatKnight (Post 3200058)
Interesting that the Expos are predicted to finish 5th. Are those the historical Baseball Digest predictions? If so, the Miracle Mets must have really surprised them.

It'll be interesting to see how you do with Congliaro. Hopefully he can come back for you.

Welcome aboard my usual Red Sox time machine as we go back to the first year after rules changes that came about due to the "Year of the Pitcher", 1968.

Yes, those predictions came straight from Baseball Digest's April 1969 issue as did the team's outlook.

I'm looking forward to seeing if Tony C. can comeback to what he did in RL before the vision problems returned. I'm also sure that he will be "air conditioning" all of the AL ballparks.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 05:01 AM

This will be very different for me as I will be doing only the in-game managing. I will be using the actual transactions and starting lineups. Hopefully I can get the team to perform better than Baseball Digest had predicted for them.

Thanks to the OOTP staff for what I would call the "as played" options of RL transactions/lineups and IN GAME SAVES! They are great additions to an already great game.

PhillieFever 09-11-2011 07:11 AM

Once you get between the lines, you have to give me your impressions of the surprising(on my end) Senators. From the looks of it they have a pretty good team, I'm wondering if they're for real or an aberration.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 12:17 PM

OPENING DAY

Standings as of Monday, April 7, 1969

Code:

AMERICAN LEAGUE                                      NATIONAL LEAGUE

Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
Washington            1  0 1.000  --    8    7    Chicago              0  0  .000  --    0    0
Baltimore            0  0  .000    0.5  0    0    Montreal              0  0  .000  --    0    0
BOSTON                0  0  .000    0.5  0    0    New York              0  0  .000  --    0    0
Cleveland            0  0  .000    0.5  0    0    Philadelphia          0  0  .000  --    0    0
Detroit              0  0  .000    0.5  0    0    Pittsburgh            0  0  .000  --    0    0
New York              0  1  .000    1    7    8    St.Louis              0  0  .000  --    0    0

Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
California            0  0  .000  --    0    0    Atlanta              1  0 1.000  --    6    4
Chicago              0  0  .000  --    0    0    Cincinnati            1  0 1.000  --    10    4
Kansas City          0  0  .000  --    0    0    Houston              0  0  .000    0.5  0    0
Minnesota            0  0  .000  --    0    0    San Diego            0  0  .000    0.5  0    0
Oakland              0  0  .000  --    0    0    Los Angeles          0  1  .000    1    4  10
Seattle              0  0  .000  --    0    0    San Francisco        0  1  .000    1    4    6


Washington 8, New York 7                              Cincinnati 10, Los Angeles 4
                                                      Atlanta 6, San Francisco 4

Transactions

American League


CALIFORNIA ANGELS - Signed 1B Dick Stuart.

OAKLAND ATHLETICS - Signed P John Wyatt.

National League

MONTREAL EXPOS - Received SS Bobby Wine from the Philadelphia Phillies as a replacement expansion draft pick.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES - Sent SS Bobby Wine to the Montreal Expos as a replacement expansion draft pick.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 12:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhillieFever (Post 3200073)
Once you get between the lines, you have to give me your impressions of the surprising(on my end) Senators. From the looks of it they have a pretty good team, I'm wondering if they're for real or an aberration.

I have the '69 Senators as one of my teams that I had selected in my first baseball game, Strat-O-Matic. I ordered six teams in a selector set: Red Sox, Indians, Senators, Mets, Braves, Cardinals.

Washington has a good 1-2 hitting punch with Frank Howard and Mike Epstein with third baseman Ken McMullen also providing some punch. Pitcher Dick Bosman was the AL ERA leader that year and Joe Coleman was a better pitcher than his 12-13 record would suggest. Their bullpen was average and was led by Darold Knowles, Denny Higgins and swingman Casey Cox. Their defense wasn't all that bad. They had a pretty good left side with third baseman Ken McMullen and shortstop Eddie Brinkman. Their up-the-middle defense, one of the key ingredients IMO of a contender or title winner, I think was under rated with Paul Casanova, Bernie Allen, Eddie Brinkman and Del Unser.

Big T 09-11-2011 02:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by captaincarl (Post 3200063)
This will be very different for me as I will be doing only the in-game managing. I will be using the actual transactions and starting lineups. Hopefully I can get the team to perform better than Baseball Digest had predicted for them.

Thanks to the OOTP staff for what I would call the "as played" options of RL transactions/lineups and IN GAME SAVES! They are great additions to an already great game.


I agree 100% with this.... I am having an absolute blast with by Expos replay...

captaincarl 09-11-2011 03:02 PM

April 8, 1969: Boston (Lonborg 0-0, 0.00) at Baltimore (McNally 0-0, 0.00) - game #1 of 162

Top 1st
: McNally pitching. Smith strikes out. Andrews singles to left [1]. Yastrzemski grounds out, DP (4-6-3).
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 1st
: Lonborg pitching. Buford singles to center [1]. Blair homers to left. Buford and Blair score. F.Robinson walks [1]. Passed ball [2]. Powell grounds out (4-3) [3]. B.Robinson walks [1,3]. Johnson grounds out (4-3) [2]. F.Robinson scores. Etchebarren homers to right. B.Robinson and Etchebarren score. Belanger flies out (8).
5 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 5, Boston 0

Top 2nd
: Harrelson grounds out (5-3). T.Conigliaro homers to left. T.Conigliaro scores. Scott grounds out (6-3). Petrocelli flies out (8).
1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 5, Boston 1

Bottom 2nd
: McNally strikes out. Buford walks [1]. Blair singles to left [1,2]. F.Robinson singles to center [1,2,3]. Powell flies out (7) [1,2]. Buford scores. B.Robinson homers to left. Blair, F.Robinson and B.Robinson score. Stange pitching. Johnson lines out (5).
4 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 9, Boston 1

Top 3rd
: Gibson reaches 2b on error (E6) [2]. Stange sacrifices (3-4) [3]. Smith grounds out (5-3). Gibson scores. Andrews singles to right [1]. Yastrzemski singles to right, reaches 2b on throw to 3b [2,3]. Harrelson lines out (6).
1 run, 2 hits, 1 error - Baltimore 9, Boston 2

Bottom 3rd
: Etchebarren flies out (9). Belanger pops out (4). McNally grounds out (5-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 9, Boston 2

Top 4th
: T.Conigliaro flies out (7). Scott strikes out. Petrocelli grounds out (5-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 9, Boston 2

Bottom 4th
: Buford grounds out (4-3). Blair reaches 1b on error (E4) [1]. F.Robinson grounds out, FC (6-4) [1]. Powell flies out (7).
0 runs, 0 hits, 1 error - Baltimore 9, Boston 2

Top 5th
: Gibson walks [1]. Stange grounds out, FC (1-6) [1]. Smith singles to left [1,2]. Andrews reaches 1b on error (E1) [1,2,3]. Yastrzemski flies out (8) [1,3]. Stange scores. Harrelson flies out (9).
1 run, 1 hit, 1 error - Baltimore 9, Boston 3

Bottom 5th
: B.Robinson grounds out (1-3). Johnson grounds out (6-3). Etchebarren walks [1]. Belanger grounds out (5-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 9, Boston 3

Top 6th
: T.Conigliaro grounds out (6-3). Scott strikes out. Petrocelli walks [1]. Passed ball [2]. Gibson singles to left [1]. Petrocelli scores. O'Brien batting for Stange. Gibson picked off (1-3).
1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 9, Boston 4

Bottom 6th
: Wenz pitching. McNally grounds out (6-3). Buford walks [1]. Blair pops out (2) [1]. F.Robinson homers to center. Buford and F.Robinson score. Powell doubles to center [2]. B.Robinson flies out (8).
2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 4

Top 7th
: Schofield batting for Wenz. Schofield flies out (7). Smith flies out (8). Andrews homers to left. Andrews scores. Yastrzemski lines out (4).
1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 5

Bottom 7th
: Lyle pitching. Johnson grounds out (4-3). Etchebarren singles to left [1]. Belanger walks [1,2]. Motton batting for McNally. Motton lines out (5) [1,2]. Buford fouls out (5).
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 5

Top 8th
: Richert pitching. Harrelson homers to left. Harrelson scores. T.Conigliaro singles to center [1]. Scott grounds out, DP (6-4-3). Petrocelli grounds out (2-3).
1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 6

Bottom 8th
: Landis pitching. Blair strikes out. F.Robinson flies out (8). Powell walks [1]. B.Robinson walks [1,2]. Johnson lines out (6).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 6

Top 9th
: Gibson strikes out. Lahoud batting for Landis. Lahoud grounds out (4-3). Smith grounds out (5-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 11, Boston 6
Code:

Boston                            Baltimore
                AB  R  H BI  AVG                  AB  R  H BI  AVG
Smith,cf        5  0  1  1  .200  Buford,lf        3  3  1  0  .333
Andrews,2b      4  1  3  1  .750  Blair,cf        5  2  2  2  .400
Yastrzemski,lf  3  0  1  1  .333  FRobinson,rf    4  3  2  2  .500
Harrelson,1b    4  1  1  1  .250  Powell,1b        3  0  1  1  .333
TConigliaro,rf  4  1  2  1  .500  BRobinson,3b    3  2  1  3  .333
Scott,3b        4  0  0  0  .000  Johnson,2b      5  0  0  1  .000
Petrocelli,ss    3  1  0  0  .000  Etchebarren,c    3  1  2  2  .667
Gibson,c        3  1  1  1  .333  Belanger,ss      3  0  0  0  .000
Lonborg,p        0  0  0  0  .000  McNally,p        3  0  0  0  .000
Stange,p        1  1  0  0  .000  Motton,ph        1  0  0  0  .000
O'Brien,ph      0  0  0  0  .000  Richert,p        0  0  0  0  .000
Wenz,p          0  0  0  0  .000
Schofield,ph    1  0  0  0  .000
Lyle,p          0  0  0  0  .000
Landis,p        0  0  0  0  .000
Lahoud,ph        1  0  0  0  .000
                -- -- -- --                        -- -- -- --
Totals          33  6  9  6        Totals          33 11  9 11


Boston            0 1 1  0 1 1  1 1 0  -  6
Baltimore        5 4 0  0 0 2  0 0 x  - 11


E: Andrews (1), McNally (1), Belanger (1). DP: Baltimore 2. LOB:
Boston 5, Baltimore 7. 2B: Powell (1). HR: Andrews (1), Harrelson (1),
T.Conigliaro (1), Etchebarren (1), BRobinson (1), FRobinson (1),
Blair (1). SF: Yastrzemski, Powell. SH: Stange. GIDP: Yastrzemski,
Scott. PB: Gibson, Etchebarren.



                                     
                    IP    H  R ER BB SO  ERA
Boston
Lonborg (L,0-1)      1.2  6  9  8  3  1 43.22
Stange              3.1  0  0  0  1  0  0.00
Wenz                1    2  2  2  1  0 18.00
Lyle                1    1  0  0  1  0  0.00
Landis              1    0  0  0  2  1  0.00


Baltimore
McNally (w,1-0)      7    7  5  2  2  3  2.57
Richert              2    2  1  1  0  1  4.50


Att: 21,348


captaincarl 09-11-2011 03:22 PM

Standings as of Tuesday, April 8, 1969
Code:

AMERICAN LEAGUE                                      NATIONAL LEAGUE

Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
Baltimore            1  0 1.000  --    11    6    Chicago              1  0 1.000  --    14    6
Detroit              1  0 1.000  --    3    1    New York              1  0 1.000  --    11    5
Washington            1  0 1.000  --    8    7    St.Louis              1  0 1.000  --    3    1
BOSTON                0  1  .000    1    6  11    Montreal              0  1  .000  --    5  11
Cleveland            0  1  .000    1    1    3    Philadelphia          0  1  .000  --    6  14
New York              0  1  .000    1    7    8    Pittsburgh            0  1  .000  --    1    3

Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
Minnesota            1  0 1.000  --    4    3    Cincinnati            1  0 1.000  --    10    4
Oakland              1  0 1.000  --    3    1    Houston              1  0 1.000  --    3    2
Seattle              1  0 1.000  --    3    1    Atlanta              1  1  .500    0.5  7    7
California            0  1  .000    1    1    3    San Francisco        1  1  .500    0.5  7    7
Chicago              0  1  .000    1    1    3    Los Angeles          0  1  .000    1    4  10
Kansas City          0  1  .000    1    3    4    San Diego            0  1  .000    1    2    3


Baltimore 11, Boston 6                                Chicago 14, Philadelphia 6
Detroit 3, Cleveland 1                                St.Louis 3, Pittsburgh 1
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3                            New York 11, Montreal 5
Oakland 3, Chicago 1                                  Houston 3, San Diego 2
Seattle 3, California 1                              San Francisco 3, Atlanta 1  11inn

Transactions

National League


HOUSTON ASTROS - Received Ps Jack Billingham and Skip Guinn plus $100,000 from Montreal to complete an earlier trade.

MONTREAL EXPOS - Sent Ps Jack Billingham and Skip Guinn plus $100,000 to complete an earlier trade.

captaincarl 09-11-2011 03:43 PM

Off Day

Standings as of Wednesday, April 9, 1969

Code:

AMERICAN LEAGUE                                      NATIONAL LEAGUE

Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Eastern Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
Washington            2  0 1.000  --    12    9    Chicago              2  0 1.000  --    18    7
Baltimore            1  0 1.000    0.5  11    6    New York              2  0 1.000  --    15    6
Detroit              1  0 1.000    0.5  3    1    St.Louis              2  0 1.000  --    8    5
BOSTON                0  1  .000    1.5  6  11    Montreal              0  2  .000    2    6  15
Cleveland            0  1  .000    1.5  1    3    Philadelphia          0  2  .000    2    7  18
New York              0  2  .000    2    9  12    Pittsburgh            0  2  .000    2    5    8

Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA    Western Division      W  L  PCT  GB    RS  RA
Minnesota            2  0 1.000  --    8    3    Cincinnati            2  0 1.000  --    15    8
California            1  1  .500    1    3    4    Houston              2  0 1.000  --    8    3
Chicago              1  1  .500    1    10    9    Atlanta              2  1  .667    0.5  19    8
Oakland              1  1  .500    1    9  10    San Francisco        1  2  .333    1.5  8  19
Seattle              1  1  .500    1    4    3    Los Angeles          0  2  .000    2    8  15
Kansas City          0  2  .000    2    3    8    San Diego            0  2  .000    2    3    8


Chicago 9, Oakland 6                                  Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 0                            New York 4, Montreal 1
Washington 4, New York 2                              Houston 5, San Diego 1
California 2, Seattle 1  12inn                      St.Louis 5, Pittsburgh 4
                                                      Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles 4
                                                      Atlanta 12, San Francisco 1


captaincarl 09-11-2011 04:24 PM

April 10, 1969: Boston (Culp 0-0, 0.00) at Baltimore (Cuellar 0-0, 0.00) - game #2 of 162

Top 1st
: Cuellar pitching. Smith strikes out. Andrews strikes out. Yastrzemski strikes out.
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 1st
: Culp pitching. Buford strikes out. Blair flies out (8). F.Robinson reaches 1b on error (E6) [1]. Powell grounds out (3u).
0 runs, 0 hits, 1 error - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Top 2nd
: Harrelson strikes out. T.Conigliaro strikes out. Scott flies out (8).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 2nd
: B.Robinson flies out (9). Hendricks walks [1]. Johnson strikes out [1]. Belanger grounds out (1-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Top 3rd
: Petrocelli grounds out (6-3). Gibson singles in infield [1]. Culp sacrifices (1-4) [2]. Smith flies out (7).
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 3rd
: Cuellar strikes out. Buford singles to left [1]. Blair singles to center [1,2]. F.Robinson strikes out [1,2]. Powell flies out (9).
0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Top 4th
: Andrews flies out (8). Yastrzemski strikes out. Harrelson grounds out (6-3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 4th
: B.Robinson grounds out (1-3). Hendricks grounds out (3u). Johnson singles to left [1]. Belanger strikes out.
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Top 5th
: T.Conigliaro strikes out. Scott flies out (9). Petrocelli singles to center [1]. Gibson flies out (9).
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Boston 0, Baltimore 0

Bottom 5th
: Cuellar singles to center [1]. Buford pops out (5) [1]. Blair strikes out [1]. F.Robinson singles to left [1,2]. Powell homers to right. Cuellar, F.Robinson and Powell score. B.Robinson lines out (4).
3 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 3, Boston 0

Top 6th
: Culp strikes out. Smith flies out (9). Andrews fouls out (3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 3, Boston 0

Bottom 6th
: Hendricks strikes out. Johnson grounds out (1-3). Belanger singles to right [1]. Cuellar doubles to right [2]. Belanger scores. Passed ball [3]. Buford singles to center [1]. Cuellar scores. Blair grounds out (6-3).
2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 5, Boston 0

Top 7th
: Yastrzemski pops out (3). Harrelson flies out (9). T.Conigliaro fouls out (3).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 5, Boston 0

Bottom 7th
: F.Robinson fouls out (3). Powell grounds out (4-3). B.Robinson homers to left. B.Robinson scores. Hendricks flies out (7).
1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 6, Boston 0

Top 8th
: Scott fouls out (2). Petrocelli strikes out. Gibson flies out (7).
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 6, Boston 0

Bottom 8th
: Pizarro pitching. Johnson singles to left [1]. Belanger walks [1,2]. Cuellar sacrifices (1-4) [2,3]. Buford singles to left [1]. Johnson and Belanger score. Blair strikes out [1]. F.Robinson walks [1,2]. Powell walks [1,2,3]. B.Robinson flies out (7).
2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors - Baltimore 8, Boston 0

Top 9th
: Schofield batting for Pizarro. Schofield grounds out (6-3). Smith doubles to left center [2]. Andrews walks [1,2]. Yastrzemski strikes out [1,2]. Harrelson grounds out (4-3).
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors - Baltimore 8, Boston 0
Code:

Boston                            Baltimore
                AB  R  H BI  AVG                  AB  R  H BI  AVG
Smith,cf        4  0  1  0  .222  Buford,lf        5  0  3  3  .500
Andrews,2b      3  0  0  0  .429  Blair,cf        5  0  1  0  .300
Yastrzemski,lf  4  0  0  0  .143  FRobinson,rf    4  1  1  0  .375
Harrelson,1b    4  0  0  0  .125  Powell,1b        4  1  1  3  .286
TConigliaro,rf  3  0  0  0  .286  BRobinson,3b    5  1  1  1  .250
Scott,3b        3  0  0  0  .000  Hendricks,c      3  0  0  0  .000
Petrocelli,ss    3  0  1  0  .167  Johnson,2b      4  1  2  0  .222
Gibson,c        3  0  1  0  .333  Belanger,ss      3  2  1  0  .167
Culp,p          1  0  0  0  .000  Cuellar,p        3  2  2  1  .667
Pizarro,p        0  0  0  0  .000
Schofield,ph    1  0  0  0  .000
                -- -- -- --                        -- -- -- --
Totals          29  0  3  0        Totals          36  8 12  8


Boston            0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0
Baltimore        0 0 0  0 3 2  1 2 x  -  8


E: Petrocelli (1). LOB: Boston 4, Baltimore 9. 2B: Smith (1),
Cuellar (1). HR: Powell (1), BRobinson (2). SH: Culp, Cuellar.
PB: Gibson.



                                     
                    IP    H  R ER BB SO  ERA
Boston
Culp (L,0-1)        7  10  6  5  1  7  6.43
Pizarro              1    2  2  2  3  1 18.00


Baltimore
Cuellar (W,1-0)      9    3  0  0  1 10  0.00


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