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Old 11-29-2018, 10:16 PM   #1
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1967 and Beyond: An Alternative Boston Red Sox History

I am taking over the Boston Red Sox in 1967. Going forward there will be no draft, instead historical players will appear with their proper organizations in the proper season

Free agency has been turned on and the reserve clause has been turned off a decade early.

You can see all standings and boxscores here. I will use the forum for updates and also to answer questions you might have about certain players.
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Old 11-29-2018, 10:19 PM   #2
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Yaz the Free Agent?

Carl Yastrzemski is about to begin his seventh season in Boston and with the new free agency rules it could be his last. The Players Union got a huge labor victory this offseason as the reserve clause was abolished setting the stage for the era of free agency. Yaz is 27 years old and entering his prime and because of his service time he will be granted free agency at the end of the 1967 season.

His next salary could set the market but nobody is quite sure just how high that market will be. The Red Sox reportedly have met with Yaz's agents about a long term deal but nothing appears to be imminent. One source close to the negotiations said Yastrzemski is looking for a ten year deal.

Lee Stange, John Wyatt, Don McMahon and Don Demeter are also set to be free agents at the end of the season for the Red Sox.

The Sox will open the 1967 season at home tomorrow as Jim Lonborg gets the start for the Red Sox. He will face the White Sox at Fenway and they will send Gary Peters to the mound
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Old 11-29-2018, 10:23 PM   #3
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Conigliaro Delivers Clutch At-Bat for Boston in Walk-Off Win

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Crowds lined up early in front of Fenway Park, eagerly awaiting the start of the 1967 Major League Baseball season. On the mound was Gary Peters for the visiting Chicago White Sox and Jim Lonborg for the hometown Boston Red Sox.

In a spirited contest, the Red Sox pulled out the win, defeating the White Sox by the score of 3-2. Earning player of the game honors was Gary Peters. Tony Conigliaro chipped in for Boston with a solo home run in the bottom of the 15th. For the game, the right fielder had 3 hits in 7 at-bats with 1 home run, 2 singles, 1 run scored, and 1 RBI.

In postgame comments to The Boston Globe, Conigliaro said, "If the effort is there, the wins will come."
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Red Sox Roll White Sox, 6-3

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The Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago White Sox, 6-3, at Fenway Park. The win was largely due to the efforts of second baseman Mike Andrews, who captured player of the game honors. He went 3-3 with 2 doubles and a walk, while scoring 2 times and driving in 2.

Lee Stange, the winner, improved to 1-0. He held Chicago to 2 earned runs on 5 hits over 8.1 innings, while racking up 7 strikeouts. The Red Sox keep rolling, raising their record to 2-0. Andrews had a big at-bat with a runner on 3rd in the bottom of the fifth inning, when he hit a run-scoring double.

The Red Sox went on to win. Andrews attributed the win to "a well-rounded effort by the whole team."
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Injury Update on Andrews and Wyatt

The Red Sox got some good news and some bad news on the injury front. John Wyatt had an MRI on his shoulder and it was clean. Red Sox team doctors have diagnosed him with a mild shoulder strain. A DL stint won't be needed. He will be listed day to day. Wyatt pitched one inning on Opening Day and did not appear in yesterday's game. Manager Dick Williams says they will use some caution with Wyatt over the next week.

The Red Sox did not get good news on Mike Andrews. Andrews had a huge day yesterday going 3-3 with two doubles. On one of those doubles he slid awkwardly into second base and had to leave the game. Andrews has a severe hip strain and could be out for approximately five weeks.

The Red Sox placed Andrews on the 30 day DL and called up catcher Russ Gibson. Gibson will join catchers Mike Ryan and Bob Tillman on the active roster. Dalton Jones is expected to get the majority of time at second base.
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:08 PM   #6
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Yankees Win, Hope to Turn Around Slow Start

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New York Yankees starter Al Downing was in a groove as he led his team to a win over the Boston Red Sox, 1-0. Downing picked up the win for New York, going 6 innings. He gave up no runs on 1 hits. He now sports a record of 1-0.

Fritz Peterson recorded the save for New York, his 1st of the season. Billy Bryan drew 1 walk for New York. The 28-year old catcher had a key at-bat in the bottom of the fifth. With one out and the bases loaded, he broke a 0-0 tie with a run-scoring sacrifice fly off Jose Santiago. It was his 1st RBI of the season. Bryan said the team appreciates the support from the fans.

"I'm glad we could reward them with a good win," he said after the game. New York is still hoping to get on a roll. The win is just their 1st in 3 games.
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Baltimore, Veteran Robinson Sign Deal

Saturday, April 15th, 1967

Fans hailed the signing of Brooks Robinson today as the Baltimore Orioles third baseman came to terms with the club. Set to make $840,000 over the upcoming 4 years, Robinson signed primarily out of loyalty to the organization, thrilling the most diehard supporters who think there isn't much loyalty in a market driven by free agency.
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Red Sox Lose, 4-1, at Yankee Stadium

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Frank Fernandez was instrumental in his team's 4-1 triumph over the Boston Red Sox. The catcher went 3 for 3 with a home run and 2 singles, while scoring 2 times for the New York Yankees. New York has a record of 2-2.

A crucial at-bat came with a runner on 3rd and two out in the bottom of the sixth inning. That's when center fielder Mickey Mantle, who is a three-time Most Valuable Player Award winner, drew a walk. The Yankees went on to win.

"Enjoyed this one," Mantle told the New York Gazette. "But it's back to work tomorrow."
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Late Rally by Yankees Secures Win

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The New York Yankees had to overcome a big game from Boston left fielder Carl Yastrzemski to leave Yankee Stadium with a 8-6 victory. Yastrzemski was 4 for 5 with 2 doubles and 2 singles, while scoring 2 times. New York reliever Dooley Womack picked up the win to move to 1-0. Dan Osinski suffered the loss. New York, now 3-2, has gotten their season off to a good start.

The Yankees got a big at-bat from pinch hitter James Covington. For the game, Covington was 1 for 1. In the bottom of the eighth, with runners on 1st and 2nd, he stroked a run-scoring single. His 2nd hit of the season gave New York a 5-4 lead.

"We take it day by day here," said Covington, "and today was a good one for us."
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Yaz Wins AL Player of the Week

At the age of 27, Carl Yastrzemski might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Boston left fielder put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .476 batting average. For his efforts Yastrzemski collected the AL Player of the Week Award. He racked up 10 hits in 21 at-bats, no home runs and 2 RBIs last week in 5 games.

Tim McCarver of the St. Louis Cardinals, won the NL Player of the Week Award hitting .524 (11-for-21) with 2 home runs and 9 RBIs
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Killebrew Finalizes Contract Extension with Minnesota

Minnesota fans celebrated as word of a signing became reality. Harmon Killebrew won't be pulling up stakes anytime soon, as he has signed a 7-year extension at a pay rate of $224,000 per annum.

Since he is widely seen as an integral part of the club, Minnesota officials had to keep Killebrew from jumping ship.

For the year Killebrew is batting .400 with 2 home runs, 5 RBIs and 3 runs scored.
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White Sox Bridle Red Sox, 4-2

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The Chicago White Sox picked up a win at Guaranteed Rate Field, knocking off the Boston Red Sox, 4-2. Starting pitcher Joe Horlen was an essential part of his team's success. Chicago, now 2-3, is off to a slow start.

The outcome was still in doubt with two out in the top of the ninth inning, but Horlen was able to pitch out of a jam. With runners on 1st and 3rd and Boston trailing 4-2, Horlen retired Stan Johnson, who grounded out.
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Senators Lose, 4-2, at Fenway Park

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In the first game of the double header, the Red Sox had to overcome a fine effort from Washington pitcher Camilo Pascual to grab a narrow 4-2 win at Fenway Park. Pascual went 8 innings and allowed 4 earned runs. Boston reliever Gary Waslewski got the win, raising his record to 1-0.

Camilo Pascual was tagged with the loss. Dan Osinski picked up the save, his 1st. Rico Petrocelli drove in one run for Boston. The 23-year old shortstop had a key at-bat in the bottom of the fourth. With one out and runners on 1st and 3rd, he broke a 0-0 tie with a run-scoring ground out off Camilo Pascual. It was his 1st RBI of the season.

Petrocelli attributed the win to "energy and focus on the part of everyone." The win gives the Red Sox a record of 3-4.
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Red Sox Roll Senators, 8-3

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In the second game of the double header, the Boston Red Sox starter Bucky Brandon was in a groove as he led his team to a win over the Washington Senators, 8-3. The win leaves Boston with a record of 4-4. Brandon threw 6 innings allowing 3 runs against the Senators. With the game tied in the bottom of the fourth inning, he hit a sacrifice fly that scored 1 and put Boston in front, 4-3.

"I just trusted my stuff," said Brandon.
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Red Sox Place Lonborg on the Disabled List

Jim Lonborg was placed on the 15 day disabled list today with what is being called a dead arm. Lonborg left his last game after three innings. The Red Sox called up 20 year old Ray Jarvis to take Lonborg's spot on the roster.

Jarvis was 1-0 with a 3.12 ERA in AAA
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Red Sox Roll Over Yankees, 9-4

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Boston starter Lee Stange pitched effectively against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. The right-hander led his team to a 9-4 win. Stange, the winner, moves to 2-0. He threw 7.2 innings of 3-hit ball, while fanning 4 and giving up 3 walks. Earning his 2nd save for Boston was Dan Osinski.

Reggie Smith chipped in for Boston with a 2-run single in the bottom of the first. For the game, the second baseman had 2 hits in 4 at-bats with 1 home run, 1 single, 1 run scored, and 3 RBI.

"Baseball is about momentum," said Smith, "and we feel we've got it in our favor after that win." The loss drops New York to 5-3.

The Red Sox have now won three straight are back over .500 with a record of 5-4.
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Yankees Win at Boston, 9-6

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The New York Yankees dealt the Boston Red Sox a 9-6 loss at Fenway Park. Mickey Mantle was the star on offense. He was 1 for 4 with a home run and a walk, while scoring 2 times and driving in 3. The Yankees, now 6-3, have been playing some good baseball.

Mantle had a game-changing home run in the top of the ninth. On a 1-1 fastball from Don McMahon, he banged a 3-run home run to left, giving the Yankees a 9-6 lead. It was the 2nd home run of the year for Mantle.

"Nice to see our side come away with the win," Mantle said after the game.

The Red Sox had their three game winning streak snapped and are now 5-5 on the season, two games back of the first place Baltimore Orioles
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Hot Start Continues for Yankees

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The New York Yankees downed the Boston Red Sox, 7-3, at Fenway Park. The Yankees were led by Joe Pepitone, who captured player of the game honors. He went 4-5 with a double and 3 singles, while scoring 2 runs and driving in 2.

Al Downing, who went 8 innings, was the winning pitcher. He was charged with 3 runs on 6 hits, while walking 2 and striking out 8. His record now stands at 3-0. The Yankees, now 7-3, have been on a roll in the early going. It could have been a different outcome for New York, had it not been for Horace Clarke, the 26-year old second baseman . Clarke contributed a run-scoring walk in the top of the fifth inning to put New York up, 5-2.

In postgame comments to the New York Gazette, Clarke said, "If the effort is there, the wins will come."

The Red Sox fall to 5-6 on the season and trail the first place Yankees and Orioles by 2.5 games
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