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JUNE 2, 1962
Today in Pittsburgh, the Colt .45s take on the Pirates in the second game of their series. The Pirates have lost four of their last six.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 22-26 at Baltimore 21-28 (2)
Cleveland 22-25 at Detroit 26-22
Washington 22-28 at Minnesota 37-13
Boston 28-20 at Kansas City 20-31
New York 26-20 at Los Angeles 18-29

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 33-18 at New York 18-32 (2)
St Louis 22-28 at Milwaukee 32-21
Cincinnati 24-24 at Chicago 15-36
Los Angeles 37-15 at Philadelphia 30-25

HOUSTON COLT .45S (12-40) AT PITTSBURGH PIRATES (33-17)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob Bruce vs Bob Friend Advantage Pittsburgh
C Merritt Ranew vs Smoky Burgess Advantage Pittsburgh
1B Norm Larker vs Dick Stuart Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Bill Mazeroski Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Bob Bailey Advantage Pittsburgh
SS Don Buddin vs Dick Groat Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Al Spangler vs Donn Clendenon Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Bill Virdon Advantage Push
RF Roman Mejias vs Roberto Clemente Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

In the top of the first, Mejias put the Colt .45s in the lead with an RBI single. Ranew followed with a single that loaded the bases with one out. Aspromonte then stepped up and hit a two run single. A walk to Larker again loaded the bases with one out. Taussig brought in a run with a sacrifice fly. The Colt .45s batted around the order in the inning.

In the top of the third, Larker hit an RBI single. Taussig then beat out the 5-4-3 to allow Aspromonte to score from third.

In the bottom of the third, Clendenon put the Pirates on the board with a sacrifice fly.

After three: Houston 6 Pittsburgh 1.

With a runner on first and two out, Tommie Sisk took the mound for the Pirates.

In the bottom of the sixth, Clemente hit a solo home run.

After six: Houston 6 Pittsburgh 2.

In the top of the seventh, with a runner on first and one out, Jack Lamabe took the mound for the Pirates. With two men out, Taussig hit a two run triple.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Pirates loaded the bases with nobody out. Bailey scored from third when Stuart grounded into the 6-4-3. Clemente followed with an RBI single.

Roy Face took the mound for the Pirates in the top of the eighth. Mejias added to the Colt .45s lead with a sacrifice fly.

The Colt .45s used a 14 hit attack to finally give Bruce his first win of the season.

Final score: Houston 9 Pittsburgh 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Roman Mejias 3 for 4, 2 RBI, 2 R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 4 Chicago 0 Game 1
Chicago 6 Baltimore 1 Game 2
Detroit 5 Cleveland 1
Minnesota 8 Washington 1
Boston 8 Kansas City 7 11 innings
New York 5 Los Angeles 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 15 New York 2 Game 1
San Francisco 7 New York 0 Game 2
Milwaukee 6 St Louis 1
Cincinnati 6 Chicago 5
Los Angeles 11 Philadelphia 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants 3 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, BB

2. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants 4 for 9, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 5 R, BB

3. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants 3 for 9, HR, 5 RBI, 4 R, BB

Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees pitched a complete game shutout.

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JUNE 3, 1962
The Colt .45s will conclude this road trip with a Sunday double header in Pittsburgh against the Pirates. The Pirates have lost five of their last seven.

The Colt .45s signed free agent SP Mike Cuellar to a minor league contract.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators
3. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Chuck Essegian Cleveland Indians
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Dick Donovan Cleveland Indians
5. Bill Stafford New York Yankees

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
2. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
3. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. John Wyatt Kansas City Athletics

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
2. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies
3. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Minnesota Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds
3. Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
2. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds
3. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Tony Gonzalez Philadelphia Phillies

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals
5. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Don Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
4. Jim Umbricht Houston Colt .45s
5. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 23-27 at Baltimore 22-29
Cleveland 22-26 at Detroit 27-22
Boston 29-20 at Kansas 20-32
Washington 22-39 at Minnesota 38-13
New York 27-20 at Los Angeles 18-30

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 22-29 at Milwaukee 33-21
San Francisco 35-18 at New York 18-34
Los Angeles 38-15 at Philadelphia 30-26
Cincinnati 25-24 at Chicago 15-37

HOUSTON COLT .45S (13-40) AT PITTSBURGH PIRATES (33-18) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Hal Woodeshick vs Tom Sturdivant Advantage Pittsburgh
C Merritt Ranew vs Don G Leppert Advantage Houston
1B Norm Larker vs Dick Stuart Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Bill Mazeroski Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Dick Hoak Advantage Pittsburgh
SS Don Buddin vs Dick Groat Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Al Spangler vs Bob Skinner Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Bill Virdon Advantage Push
RF Roman Mejias vs Roberto Clemente Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

Sturdivant had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Houston 0 Pittsburgh 0.

Aspromonte led off the top of the fifth with a triple for the Colt .45s first hit of the game. Aspromonte scored when Virdon misplayed a Taussig fly ball. Larker would score on a wild pitch.

In the bottom of the fifth, Virdon would make up for his error by scoring on a wild pitch.

After a leadoff single in the bottom of the sixth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s.

After six: Houston 2 Pittsburgh 1.

After a leadoff walk in the top of the eighth, Jack Lamabe took the mound for the Pirates.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth. With two out, Burgess gave the Pirates the lead with a two run homer.

Roy Face took the mound for the Pirates in the top of the ninth. With a runner on first and two out, Billy Goodman put the Colt .45s back in the lead with a two run homer.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Pirates got the tying run on first with two out thanks to an Umbricht error. Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s and got Skinner to line out to right to end the game.

The Colt .45s won despite getting just two hits in the contest as the Pirates committed three errors.

Final score: Houston 4 Pittsburgh 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Tom Sturdivant 7.0 IP, 1 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 2 K

HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-40) AT PITTSBURGH PIRATES (33-19) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Bobby Tiefenauer vs Earl Francis Advantage Pittsburgh
C Hal W Smith vs Don G Leppert Advantage Push
1B Norm Larker vs Dick Stuart Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Bill Mazeroski Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Dick Hoak Advantage Pittsburgh
SS Don Buddin vs Dick Groat Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Al Spangler vs Bob Skinner Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Bill Virdon Advantage Push
RF Roman Mejias vs Roberto Clemente Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

In the top of the second, Taussig knocked a run in with a triple. Amalfitano then scored Taussig with a two out single.

In the bottom of the second, Virdon put the Pirates on the board with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the third, the Pirates loaded the bases with two out. Groat flew out to right to end the inning.

After three: Houston 2 Pittsburgh 1.

In the bottom of the fourth, Mejias three Virdon out at home as he had tagged up and tried to score on a Mazeroski line out to right.

In the bottom of the fifth, Stuart tied the game with an RBI double. Clemente followed with his own RBI double to give the Pirates the lead. Groat then brought Clemente home with, you guessed it, an RBI double.

Diomedes Olivo took the mound for the Pirates in the top of the sixth.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the sixth. Stuart added to the Pirates lead with a two run homer.

After six: Pittsburgh 6 Houston 2.

In the bottom of the seventh, with a runner on first and one out, George Brunet took the mound for the Colt. 45s.

With two out in the top of the eighth, Harvey Haddix took the mound for the Pirates.

In the bottom of the eighth, the Pirates loaded the bases with one out. Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s. Clemente went down on strikes for the second out. Hoak then flew to center to end the inning.

The Pirates got 11 hits in the win.

Final score: Pittsburgh 6 Houston 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Stuart 3 for 4, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5 Chicago 4 10 innings
Cleveland 5 Detroit 2
Boston 4 Kansas City 1
Minnesota 8 Washington 5
Los Angeles 2 New York 1 14 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 4 St Louis 3
San Francisco 14 New York 8
Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 8 Chicago 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. John Tsitouris Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

2. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

3. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 6.1 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K

New York Mets manager Casey Stengel had some choice words for the New York media, criticizing their lack of "journalistic integrity" following the Mets loss to the San Francisco Giants today.

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JUNE 4, 1962
After going 3-4 on their road trip, the Colt .45s had the day off.

AL Player of the Week: CF Mickey Mantle New York Yankees

NL Player of the Week: RF Frank Howard Los Angeles Dodgers

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Minnesota Twins
2. Los Angeles Dodgers
3. San Francisco Giants
4. Milwaukee Braves
5. Pittsburgh Pirates
6. Boston Red Sox
7. Cincinnati Reds
8. New York Yankees
9. Detroit Tigers
10. Philadelphia Phillies
11. Cleveland Indians
12. Baltimore Orioles
13. Chicago White Sox
14. Los Angeles Angels
15. Washington Senators
16. St Louis Cardinals
17. Kansas City Athletics
18. New York Mets
19. Chicago Cubs
20. Houston Colt .45s

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 39-13
Boston 30-20
New York 27-21
Detroit 27-23
Cleveland 23-26
Chicago 23-28
Baltimore 23-29
Washington 22-30
Los Angeles 19-30
Kansas City 20-33

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 39-15
San Francisco 36-19
Pittsburgh 34-19
Milwaukee 34-21
Philadelphia 30-27
Cincinnati 26-24
St Louis 22-30
New York 18-35
Chicago 15-38
Houston 14-41

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Al Spangler .300
Don Taussig .240
Bob Aspromonte .231

HOME RUNS
Roman Mejias 7
Don Buddin and Don Taussig 2

RBI
Roman Mejias 32
Don Taussig 27
Bob Aspromonte 20

ERA
Turk Farrell 3.78
Bob Bruce 4.39
Ken T Johnson 5.01

WINS
Turk Farrell and Ken T Johnson 3
Jim Golden 2

STRIKEOUTS
Ken T Johnson 80
Turk Farrell 59
Bob Bruce 35

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM STATS AND NL RANK
Runs scored 172 10th
Batting Average .222 10th
OBP .283 10th
OPS .590 10th
Batting WAR -2.4 10th
wOBA .261 10th
Home Runs 20 10th
Stolen Bases 12 t-9th
Runs against 259 7th
Starters ERA 4.82 9th
Bullpen ERA 3.11 5th
FIP 3.59 6th
Pitching WAR 7.4 6th
Strikeouts 322.0 4th
Defensive Eff. .687 7th
Zone Rating -12.5 9th
Errors 43 5th

HOUSTON COLT .45S CURRENT INJURIES
SP Turk Farrell out, 4 months; 60-Day IL, 50 days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
There are no American League games scheduled today.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 39-15 at Philadelphia 30-27

OTHER SCORES
Los Angeles 8 Philadelphia 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers 3 for 5, HR, RBI, 3 R

2. Pete Richert Los Angeles Dodgers 6.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 5 K

3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers 2 for 5, 3 RBI, R

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JUNE 5, 1962
The Colt .45s return to Houston for an 11 game home stand, beginning with a three game series against the Milwaukee Braves. The Colt .45s are an abysmal 4-22 at home so far in their inaugural season. The Braves have won five straight. The Braves lead the season series 5-2.

Rumor has it that Cincinnati Reds LF Wally Post could be on the trading block.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 22-30 at Baltimore 23-29 (2)
Cleveland 23-26 at New York 27-21
Detroit 27-23 at Boston 30-20
Kansas City 20-33 at Minnesota 39-13
Chicago 23-28 at Los Angeles 19-30

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 36-18 at Chicago 15-38
New York 18-35 at Philadelphia 30-28
Loa Angeles 40-15 at Pittsburgh 34-19
Cincinnati 26-24 at St Louis 22-30

MILWAUKEE BRAVES (34-21) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-41)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob Hendley vs Jim Golden Advantage Milwaukee
C Joe Torre vs Hal W Smith Advantage Milwaukee
1B Joe Adcock vs Norm Larker Advantage Milwaukee
2B Frank Bolling vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Milwaukee
3B Eddie Mathews vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Milwaukee
SS Roy McMillan vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Lee Maye vs Al Spangler Advantage Push
CF Hank Aaron vs Don Taussig Advantage Milwaukee
RF Mack Jones vs Roman Mejias Advantage Push
Overall Advantage Milwaukee

In the top of the first, Aaron extended his hit streak to 12 games with an RBI double.

Hendley was perfect through three.

After three: Milwaukee 1 Houston 0.

Amalfitano led off the bottom of the fourth with a double for the Colt .45s first hit of the game but he was thrown out trying to stretch it outinto a triple.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with two out. Golden flew out to left to end the inning.

In the top of the sixth, a single by Mathews scored Jones from second. Adcock followed by drawing a four pitch walk to load the bases with nobody out. Dave Giusti was brought on to pitch for the Colt .45s. A five pitch walk to Torre forced in a run. A single from McMillan brought home two more. Bolling brought in a run with a single. Ten Braves came to bat in the inning.

After six: Milwaukee 6 Houston 0.

In the top of the seventh, Aaron scored when Giusti was called for a balk.

Taussig led off the bottom of the eighth with a home run to prevent the shutout.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the ninth. Adcock added an RBI single to the Braves lead. The Braves loaded the bases with two out after an Aspromonte error on a Torre grounder. Jerry Buchek came up to bat and grounded to third to retire the side.

Lew Burdette took the mound for the Braves in the bottom of the ninth.

The Braves got 10 hits in the win

Final score: Milwaukee 8 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bob Hendley 8.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 4 Baltimore 0 Game 1
Baltimore 11 Washington 1 Game 2
Cleveland 5 New York 4
Boston 4 Detroit 3
Minnesota 7 Kansas City 2
Los Angeles 8 Chicago 1


NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 6 Chicago 3
New York 6 Philadelphia 4
Pittsburgh 2 Los Angeles 1 10 innings
Cincinnati 9 St Louis 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles 6 for 9, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds 4 for 5, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. Claude Osteen Washington Senators 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, W

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JUNE 6, 1962
Tonight is the second game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the Milwaukee Braves.

Baltimore Orioles RP Art Fowler has a torn triceps and is expected to miss four months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 27-24 at Boston 31-20
Cleveland 24-26 at New York 27-22
Washington 23-31 at Baltimore 24-30
Kansas City 20-34 at Minnesota 40-14
Chicago 23-29 at Los Angeles 20-30

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 37-18 at Chicago 15-39
New York 19-35 at Philadelphia 30-29
Los Angeles 40-16 at Pittsburgh 35-19
Cincinnati 27-24 at St Louis 22-31

MILWAUKEE BRAVES (35-21) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-42)
The game was cancelled due to bad weather. The game was rescheduled for tomorrow as part of a double header.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 3 Detroit 1
New York 6 Cleveland 1
Baltimore 3 Washington 2 12 innings
Kansas City 4 Minnesota 1
Chicago 9 Los Angeles 6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 12 Chicago 3
Philadelphia 3 New York 0
Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh 0
St Louis 3 Cincinnati 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants 3 for 4, 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Art Mahaffey Philadelphia Phillies 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 10 K, W

3. Jim Bouton New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

Stan Williams of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitched a complete game shutout.

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JUNE 7, 1962
After last night's rainout, the Colt .45s will host the Milwaukee Braves in a day-night double header.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 27-25 at Boston 32-20
Kansas City 21-34 at Minnesota 40-14
Chicago 24-29 at Los Angeles 20-31
Washington 23-32 at Baltimore 25-30
Cleveland 24-27 at New York 28-22

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 38-18 at Chicago 15-40
Los Angeles 41-16 at Pittsburgh 35-20
Cincinnati 27-25 at St Louis 23-31

MILWAUKEE BRAVES (35-21) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-42) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Denny Lemaster vs Ken T Johnson Advantage Push
C Joe Torre vs Hal W Smith Advantage Milwaukee
1B Joe Adcock vs Norm Larker Advantage Milwaukee
2B Frank Bolling vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Milwaukee
3B Eddie Mathews vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Milwaukee
SS Roy McMillan vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Lee Maye vs Al Spangler Advantage Push
CF Hank Aaron vs Don Taussig Advantage Milwaukee
RF Mack Jones vs Roman Mejias Advantage Milwaukee
Overall Advantage Milwaukee

In the top of the second, McMillan put the Braves on the board with a run-scoring double. Bolling brought McMillan home with a single.

In the top of the third, Mathews added an RBI single to the Braves lead.

Lemaster had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Milwaukee 3 Houston 0.

Taussig led off the bottom of the sixth with a single for the Colt .45s first hit of the game.

After six: Milwaukee 3 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the ninth, Mejias hit an RBI single with two out to prevent the shutout. With runners at the corners, Larker grounded back to the pitcher to end the game.

The Braves got 10 hits in the victory.

Final score: Milwaukee 3 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Denny Lemaster 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 10 K

MILWAUKEE BRAVES (36-21) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-43) GAME TWO
This game was cancelled due to bad weather and rescheduled for August 10 as part of a double header.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 7 Boston 3
Minnesota 9 Kansas City 1
Los Angeles 7 Chicago 1
Baltimore 9 Washington 3
New York 4 Cleveland 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 5 Chicago 3
Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 3 12 innings
St Louis 15 Cincinnati 7

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bill D White St Louis Cardinals 3 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Denny Lemaster Milwaukee Braves 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 10 K, W

3. Ted Bowsfield Los Angeles Angels 8.0 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 4 K, W



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JUNE 8, 1962
The Colt .45s continue their home stand with a four game weekend series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Colt .45s are 0-2 so far on this home stand. The Dodgers have the best record in the National League. The Dodgers lead the season series 6-1.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 28-25 at Washington 23-33
Cleveland 24-28 at Boston 32-21
Chicago 24-30 at Minnesota 41-14
Baltimore 26-30 at New York 29-22
Kansas City 21-35 at Los Angeles 21-31

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 19-36 at Chicago 15-41
Philadelphia 31-29 at Cincinnati 27-26
Pittsburgh 35-21 at Milwaukee 36-21
San Francisco 39-18 at St Louis 24-31

LOS ANGELES DODGERS (42-16) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-43)
MATCHUPS
SP Sandy Koufax vs Bob Bruce Advantage Los Angeles
C John Roseboro vs Hal W Smith Advantage Los Angeles
1B Ron Fairly vs Norm Larker Advantage Los Angeles
2B John Gilliam vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Los Angeles
3B Tommy Davis vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Los Angeles
SS Daryl Spencer vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Wally Moon vs Al Spangler Advantage Los Angeles
CF Willie Davis vs Don Taussig Advantage Los Angeles
RF Frank Howard vs Roman Mejias Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the top of the third, the Dodgers loaded the bases with two out. Roseboro brought all three runners home with a double.

After three: Los Angeles 3 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Mejias put the Colt .45s on the board with a sacrifice fly. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Smith went down on strikes for the second out. Spangler and Larker then scored when Koufax threw the ball away on a Taussig grounder and the score was tied.

Until Fairly led off the top of the fifth with a home run.

After six: Los Angeles 4 Houston 3.

Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth. Moon added an RBI single to the Dodgers lead.

Ron Perranoski took the mound for the Dodgers in the bottom of the eighth.

The Dodgers got 11 hits in the win while the Colt .45s committed three errors. The Dodgers also struck out 11 Colt .45s hitters.

Final score: Los Angeles 5 Houston 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Sandy Koufax 7.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 9 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 7 Washington 4
Boston 9 Cleveland 4
Minnesota 5 Chicago 1
Baltimore 6 New York 4
Kansas City 5 Los Angeles 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 10 New York 5
Cincinnati 8 Philadelphia 7
Pittsburgh 4 Milwaukee 2
St Louis 8 San Francisco 6

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Boog Powell Baltimore Orioles 2 for 3, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers 3 for 4, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI, R, BB

3. George Altman Chicago Cubs 2 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

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JUNE 9, 1962
Today is the second game in Houston between the Colt .45s and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Colt .45s have lost four in a row. The Dodgers have won six of their last seven.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 24-29 at Boston 33-21
Baltimore 27-30 at New York 29-23
Detroit 29-25 at Washington 23-34
Chicago 24-31 at Minnesota 42-14
Kansas City 22-35 at Los Angeles 21-32

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 31-30 at Cincinnati 28-26
Pittsburgh 36-21 at Milwaukee 36-22
New York 19-37 at Chicago 16-41
San Francisco 39-19 at St Louis 25-31

LOS ANGELES DODGERS (43-16) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-44)
MATCHUPS
SP Pete Richert vs Hal Woodeshick Advantage Los Angeles
C John Roseboro vs Hal W Smith Advantage Los Angeles
1B Ron Fairly vs Norm Larker Advantage Los Angeles
2B Jim Gilliam vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Los Angeles
3B Daryl Spencer vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Los Angeles
SS Maury Wills vs Don Buddin Advantage Los Angeles
LF Wally Moon vs Al Spangler Advantage Los Angeles
CF Willie Davis vs Don Taussig Advantage Los Angeles
RF Tommy Davis vs Roman Mejias Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the top of the third, Taussig threw Moon out at home as he was trying to score from second on a Gilliam single.

Richert had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Los Angeles 0 Houston 0.

Buddin led off the bottom of the fourth with a single for the Colt .45s first hit of the game. Mejias brought him home with a one out single. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with two out. Taussig struck out swinging to end the inning.

In the top of the fifth, Moon tied the game with an RBI single.

After a leadoff single in the top of the sixth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s.

After six: Los Angeles 1 Houston 1.

In the top of the seventh, Wills scored on a Moon sac fly to give the Dodgers the lead. With a runner on first and one out, Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the bottom of the seventh, with a runner on third and two out, Larry Sherry took the mound for the Dodgers and he got Spangler to fly out to end the inning.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth. The Dodgers loaded the bases with nobody out. Aspromonte booteda Wills grounder and Spencer scored a run. Moon drewa full count walk to bring Roseboro home. Tommie Davis scored Frank Howard with a sacrifice fly. With runners at first and second and one out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s and he finally stopped the bleeding.

Ed Roebuck took the mound for the Dodgers in the bottom of the eighth.

The Dodgers got 13 hits in the victory.

Final score: Los Angeles 5 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Pete Richert 6.2 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 6 Boston 5
New York 3 Baltimore 1
Detroit 7 Washington 6 11 innings
Minnesota 2 Chicago 1
Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati 3 10 innings
Milwaukee 5 Pittsburgh 4
Chicago 6 New York 5
St Louis 6 San Francisco 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Eli Grba Los Angeles Angels 9.0 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 8 K

2. Jim King Washington Senators 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. Ralph Terry New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 8 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 K, W

San Francisco Giants RF Felipe Alou extended his hit streak to 20 games today.

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JUNE 10, 1962
The Colt .45s will end this home series against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a Sunday double header. The Colt .45s have lost five straight. The Dodgers have won seven of their last eight.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators
3. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Chuck Essegian Cleveland Indians
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Dick Donovan Cleveland Indians
5. Bill Stafford New York Yankees

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
2. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
3. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. Art Fowler Baltimore Orioles

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
2. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies
3. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
2. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds
3. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. George Altman Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals
5. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Don Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Jim Umbricht Houston Colt .45s
5. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 23-35 at Los Angeles 21-33 (2)
Baltimore 27-31 at New York 30-23 (2)
Cleveland 25-29 at Boston 33-22 (2)
Detroit 30-25 at Washington 23-35 (2)
Chicago 24-32 at Minnesota 43-14 (2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 39-20 at St Louis 26-31 (2)
Philadelphia 32-30 at Cincinnati 28-27 (2)
Pittsburgh 36-22 at Milwaukee 37-22
New York 19-38 at Chicago 17-41

LOS ANGELES DODGERS (44-16) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-45) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Don Drysdale vs Jim Golden Advantage Los Angeles
C John Roseboro vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Los Angeles
1B Ron Fairly vs Norm Larker Advantage Los Angeles
2B Jim Gilliam vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Los Angeles
3B Daryl Spencer vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Los Angeles
SS Maury Wills vs Don Buddin Advantage Los Angeles
LF Wally Moon vs Al Spangler Advantage Los Angeles
CF Tommy Davis vs Don Taussig Advantage Los Angeles
RF Frank Howard vs Roman Mejias Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the top of the first, Wills scored on a Ranew throwing error as he was trying to steal third.

In the top of the second, Fairly scored from second when Buddin made a bad throw on a Gilliam grounder. Gilliam went on to score on a wild pitch.

After three: Los Angeles 3 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, two Dodgers errors helped the Colt .45s load the bases with nobody out. Ranew brought Buddin home with a sacrifice fly. A walk loaded the bases with one out. Larker grounded into the 1-2 for the second out. Taussig drew a walk on a full count pitch to bring Mejias home with a run. Golden then struck outto end the inning.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the sixth.

After six: Los Angeles 3 Houston 2.

In the top of the seventh, the Dodgers loaded the bases with two out. A two-run single from Moon increased the Dodgers lead.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, Mejias took a 2-2 pitch 367 feet for a solo shot. With one out, Larry Sherry took the mound for the Dodgers.

In the top of the ninth, with a runner on first and one out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s. The Dodgers loaded the bases with two out. Howard struck out to retire the side.

Ron Perranoski took the mound for the Dodgers in the bottom of the ninth and set the Colt .45s down in order.

The Colt .45s were held to just four hits in the loss.

Final score: Los Angeles 5 Houston 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Drysdale 7.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 K

LOS ANGELES DODGERS (45-16) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-46) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Stan Williams vs Bobby Tiefenauer Advantage Los Angeles
C Tim McCarver vs Hal W Smith Advantage Push
1B Ron Fairly vs Norm Larker Advantage Los Angeles
2B Jim Gilliam vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Los Angeles
3B Daryl Spencer vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Los Angeles
SS Maury Wills vs Don Buddin Advantage Los Angeles
LF Wally Moon vs Al Spangler Advantage Los Angeles
CF Tommy Davis vs Don Taussig Advantage Los Angeles
RF Frank Howard vs Roman Mejias Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the top of the first, Davis extended his hit streak to 11 games with an RBI single.

After three: Los Angeles 1 Houston 0.

In the top of the fourth, Howard hit a solo home run.

In the bottom of the sixth, with a runner on third and two out, Mel Nelson took the mound for the Dodgers. Larker put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single.

After six: Los Angeles 2 Houston 1.

After a leadoff walk in the top of the seventh, Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s. The Dodgers loaded the bases with two out. Davis flew to right to retire the side.

Al Worthington took the mound for the Dodgers in the bottom of the eighth.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Colt .45s had runners on first and second and nobody out. Ed Roebuck took the mound for the Dodgers. Three flyballs later and the game was over.

Final score: Los Angeles 2 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Stan Williams 5.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 1 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 2 Game 1
Kansas City 7 Los Angeles 3 Game 2
Baltimore 5 New York 1 Game 1
New York 9 Baltimore 8 13 innings Game 2
Boston 4 Cleveland 2 Game 1
Boston 3 Cleveland 0 Game 2
Washington 11 Detroit 2 Game 1
Detroit 21 Washington 1 Game 2
Chicago 7 Minnesota 3 Game 1
Minnesota 8 Chicago 1 Game 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 8 St Louis 4 10 innings Game 1
San Francisco 12 St Louis 4 Game 2
Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 0 Game 1
Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 1 Game 2
Milwaukee 4 Pittsburgh 0
New York 6 Chicago 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles 4 for 5, 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 3 R, 5 BB

2. Felipe Alou San Francisco Giants 6 for 8, 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, 3 BB

3. Jake Wood Detroit Tigers 7 for 10, 3 RBI, 4 R, BB

Chris Short of the Philadelphia Phillies and Bob Hendley of the Milwaukee Braves each had a complete game shutout.

3B Clete Boyer of the New York Yankees and 2B Jake Wood of the Detroit Tigers each had a five hit game.

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JUNE 11, 1962
The Colt .45s will conclude their home stand with a four game series against the New York Mets. The Colt .45s are 0-6 on this home stand. The Mets have lost six of their last eight. The Mets lead the season series 3-1.

AL Player of the Week: 1B Pete Runnels Boston Red Sox

NL Player of the Week: RF Felipe Alou San Francisco Giants

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Minnesota Twins
3. San Francisco Giants
4. Milwaukee Braves
5. Boston Red Sox
6. Pittsburgh Pirates
7. New York Yankees
8. Detroit Tigers
9. Cincinnati Reds
10. Philadelphia Phillies
11. Baltimore Orioles
12. Kansas City Athletics
13. Cleveland Indians
14. St Louis Cardinals
15. Chicago White Sox
16. Washington Senators
17. Los Angeles Angels
18. New York Mets
19. Chicago Cubs
20. Houston Colt .45s

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 25-31 at Boston 35-22
Baltimore 28-32 at New York 31-24


NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 36-23 at Chicago 17-42
San Francisco 41-20 at Cincinnati 29-28
Philadelphia 33-31 at St Louis 26-33

NEW YORK METS (20-38) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-47)
MATCHUPS
SP Jay Hook vs Ken T Johnson Advantage Houston
C Chris Cannizzaro vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Houston
1B Ed Bouchee vs Norm Larker Advantage Push
2B Charlie Neal vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Push
3B Felix Mantilla vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage New York
SS Elio Chacon vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Frank J Thomas vs Al Spangler Advantage Push
CF Jim L Hickman vs Don Taussig Advantage New York
RF Richie Ashburn vs Roman Mejias Advantage New York
Overall Advantage Houston

In the top of the third, Neal hit a solo home run with two out.

After three: New York 1 Houston 0.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: New York 1 Houston 0.

In the top of the eighth, Thomas hit a two run homer. With a runner on first and two out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the bottom of the eighth, Mejias hit a solo home run.

Cannizzaro led off the top of the ninth with a home run. With a runner on first and one out, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s.

Clem Labine took the mound for the Mets in the bottom of the ninth. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Ken MacKenzie took the mound for the Mets. Mejias flew to center for the second out. Ranew then flew to center to end the game.

The Colt .45s were held to one run, despite getting eleven hits.

Final score: New York 4 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jay Hook 9.0 IP, 9 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 10 Boston 9
New York 4 Baltimore 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 5 Chicago 4 10 innings
Cincinnati 3 San Francisco 0
Philadelphia 11 St Louis 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bill Skowron New York Yankees 3 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies 3 for 5, HR, 3 RBI, 4 R

3. Bob Purkey Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, W



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JUNE 12, 1962
Tonight is the second game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the New York Mets. The Colt .45s have lost eight straight.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 28-33 at Boston 35-23
Cleveland 26-31 at Washington 24-36
Detroit 31-26 at New York 32-24
Chicago 25-33 at Kansas City 25-35
Minnesota 44-15 at Los Angeles 21-35

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 37-23 at Chicago 17-43
San Francisco 41-21 at Cincinnati 30-28
Los Angeles 46-16 at Milwaukee 38-22
Philadelphia 34-31 at St Louis 26-34

NEW YORK METS (21-38) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-48)
MATCHUPS
SP Craig Anderson vs Bob Bruce Advantage Houston
C Hobie Landrith vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Houston
1B Ed Bouchee vs Norm Larker Advantage Push
2B Charlie Neal vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Push
3B Felix Mantilla vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage New York
SS Elio Chacon vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Frank J Thomas vs Al Spangler Advantage New York
CF Jim L Hickman vs Don Taussig Advantage New York
RF Richie Ashburn vs Roman Mejias Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the top of the second, Hickman scored when Chacon grounded out to third. Landrith followed with an RBI single. Ashburn addeda two out RBI single.

Thomas led off the top of the third with a home run.

Anderson had a no-hitter through three.

After three: New York 4 Houston 0.

Larker singled with a runner on first and nobody out in the bottom of the fourth for the Colt .45s first hit of the game. Ranew brought both runners home with a one out double. A couple batters later and the bases were loaded with one out. Taussig beat out the double play and Ranew scored to make it a one run game.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the sixth.

Bob Moorhead took the mound for the Mets in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: New York 4 Houston 3.

Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, Landrith scored on a wild pitch.

Ken MacKenzie took the mound for the Mets in the bottom of the ninth. The Colt .45s went down in order to end the game.

The Colt .45s managed to get just three hits in the loss.

Final score: New York 5 Houston 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Craig Anderson 5.0 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 4 BB, 1 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 7 Boston 4
Washington 4 Cleveland 2
New York 3 Detroit 2
Minnesota 6 Los Angeles 4
Chicago at Kansas City ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Pittsburgh 5 11 innings
Los Angeles 7 Milwaukee 5
Philadelphia 6 St Louis 2
San Francisco at Cincinnati ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Dennis Bennett Philadelphia Phillies 7.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, W

2. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox 7.2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

3. Jim Bunning Detroit Tigers 7.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 5 BB, 6 K

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JUNE 13, 1962
Tonight is the third game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the New York Mets. The Colt .45s have lost nine straight. The Mets have won three straight.

St Louis Cardinals SS Alex Gammas announced that he will retire at the end of the season.

The Baltimore Orioles traded 2B Jerry Adair and RP Lew Krausse Jr to the Cincinnati Reds for LF Wally Post.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 25-33 at Kansas City 25-35 (2)
Detroit 31-27 at New York 33-24
Cleveland 26-32 at Washington 25-36
Baltimore 29-33 at Boston 35-24
Minnesota 45-14 at Los Angeles 21-36

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 41-21 at Cincinnati 30-28 (2)
Pittsburgh 37-24 at Chicago 18-43
Los Angeles 47-16 at Milwaukee 38-23
Philadelphia 35-31 at St Louis 26-35

NEW YORK METS (22-38) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (14-49)
MATCHUPS
SP Al Jackson vs Hal Woodeshick Advantage New York
C Hobie Landrith vs Hal W Smith Advantage Push
1B Ed Bouchee vs Norm Larker Advantage Push
2B Charlie Neal vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Push
3B Felix Mantilla vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage New York
SS Elio Chacon vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Frank J Thomas vs Al Spangler Advantage New York
CF Jim L Hickman vs Don Taussig Advantage New York
RF Richie Ashburn vs Roman Mejias Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

Nothing of note happened in the first three innings.

After three: New York 0 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fifth, Spangler put the Colt .45s on the board with a two out RBI double.

In the top of the sixth, with a runner on first and two out, Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s.

After six: Houston 1 New York 0.

In the top of the seventh, the Mets loaded the bases with one out. Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s. Bouchee grounded into the 5-2-3 to retire the side.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, with runners at first and second and one out, Sherman Jones took the mound for the Mets. Aspromonte singled to load the bases with one out. Larker then scored on a balk. Amalfitano knocked in a run with a single. Smith beat out the 6-4-3 and Aspromonte scored from third. With runners at first and second and two out, Giusti, the relief pitcher, hit a threerun homer. Ray Daviault took the mound for the Mets and got the final out as the Colt .45s scored six times in the inning.

The Colt .45s held the Mets to just four hits to end their nine game losing streak.

Final score: Houston 7 New York 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Hal Woodeshick 5.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 10 Chicago 8 Game 1
Chicago 8 Kansas City 1 Game 2
New York 5 Detroit 1
Washington 3 Cleveland 2 11 innings
Boston 4 Baltimore 2
Los Angeles 6 Minnesota 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 5 Game 1
Cincinnati 8 San Francisco 1 Game 2
Chicago 6 Pittsburgh 4
Los Angeles 10 Milwaukee 4
Philadelphia 12 St Louis 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bob Oldis Philadelphia Phillies 3 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds 5 for 9, HR, 4 RBI, 3 R

3. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds 3 for 8, 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, BB

San Francisco Giants RF Felipe Alou went hitless in the second game of the double header today to end his hitting streak at 25 games.

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JUNE 14, 1962
Tonight, the Colt .45s end their home stand with a game against the New York Mets. The Colt .45s are 3-10 in the month of June.

Boston Red Sox LF Dave Philley announced that he would retire at the end of the season.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 29-34 at Boston 36-24
Minnesota 45-16 at Los Angeles 22-36
Cleveland 26-33 at Washington 26-36
Chicago 26-34 at Kansas City 26-36

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 48-16 at Milwaukee 38-24
Pittsburgh 37-25 at Chicago 19-43
San Francisco 41-23 at Cincinnati 32-28

NEW YORK METS (22-39) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (15-49)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob L Miller vs Jim Golden Advantage New York
C Hobie Landrith vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Houston
1B Ed Bouchee vs Norm Larker Advantage Push
2B Charlie Neal vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Push
3B Felix Mantilla vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Elio Chacon vs Don Buddin Advantage Push
LF Frank J Thomas vs Al Spangler Advantage New York
CF Jim L Hickman vs Don Taussig Advantage New York
RF Richie Ashburn vs Roman Mejias Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the top of the first, the Mets loaded the bases with one out. Mantilla grounded into the 5-4-3 to retire the side.

In the bottom of the first, Larker put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single.

In the bottom of the third, Mejias sent a 3-1 pitch 392 feet for a three run blast. It was his 10th home run of the season.

After three: Houston 4 New York 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Taussig added an RBI triple. Two walks later and the bases were loaded with one out. Thomas then threw Taussig out at home to end the inning after he had tagged up and tried to score on a Buddin fly ball.

Ray Daviault took the mound for the Mets in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Houston 5 New York 0.

In the top of the seventh, the Mets loaded the bases with nobody out. George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s. Neal went down on strikes for the first out. Thomas then grounded into the 6-4-3 to retire the side without the Mets scoring a run.

Clem Labine took the mound for the Mets in the bottom of the seventh. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with nobody out. Ranew then piled on with a two run double. Mejias scored from third when pinch hitter Billy Goodman grounded out to first. Ranew scored when Chacon made a bad throw on an Amalfitano grounder.

In the bottom of the eighth, Buddin injured his foot sliding into second with a double and had to leave the game. He was replaced by Jim Pendleton. Pendleton went on to score on a Mejias single. With a runner on first and two out, Ken MacKenzie took the mound for the Mets.

The Colt .45s got 12 hits in the win.

Final score: Houston 10 New York 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Roman Mejias 3 for 5, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Baltimore 2
Los Angeles 7 Minnesota 4
Cleveland 6 Washington 1
Chicago 13 Kansas City 11

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 4 Milwaukee 3
Pittsburgh 5 Chicago 3
Cincinnati 5 San Francisco 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mike Hershberger Chicago White Sox 5 for 5, 2B, 5 RBI, R, BB

2. Nellie Fox Chicago White Sox 2 for 2, RBI, 4 R, 4 BB

3. Manny Jimenez Kansas City Athletics 2 for 5, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R

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JUNE 15, 1962
After going 2-8 on their home stand, the Colt .45s begin an 11 game road trip with a three game weekend series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. The Colt .45s have not allowed a run in their last 18 innings. The Dodgers have won nine straight and are 13-2 in the month of June. The Dodgers lead the season series 10-1.

The Colt .45s placed SS Don Buddin on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to June 14.

Baltimore Orioles SP Dave McNally has a torn UCL and will be out for 10-11 months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 34-24 at Cleveland 27-33
Boston 37-24 at Detroit 31-28
Minnesota 45-17 at Kansas City 26-37
Baltimore 29-35 at Washington 26-37
Los Angeles 23-36 at Chicago 27-34

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 33-28 at Philadelphia 36-21
Chicago 19-44 at New York 22-40
Milwaukee 38-25 at Pittsburgh 38-25
St Louis 26-36 at San Francisco 41-24

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-49) AT LOS ANGELES (49-16)
MATCHUPS
SP Bobby Tiefenauer vs Don Drysdale Advantage Los Angeles
C Merritt Ranew vs Tim McCarver Advantage Houston
1B Norm Larker vs Ron Fairly Advantage Los Angeles
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Daryl Spencer Advantage Los Angeles
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Tommy Davis Advantage Los Angeles
SS Bob Lillis vs Maury Wills Advantage Los Angeles
LF Al Spangler vs Wally Moon Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Willie Davis Advantage Los Angeles
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Howard Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the bottom of the first, Wills scored on a wild pitch.

Drysdale had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Los Angeles 1 Houston 0.

Ranew led off the top of the fifth with a game-tying home run for the Colt .45s first hit of the game.

After six: Houston 1 Los Angeles 1.

McCarver led off the bottom of the seventh with a 347 foot blast to right to give the Dodgers the lead back. With a runner on first and two out, Tommy Davis took one 338 feet to left to give the Dodgers a three run lead. Howard followed with a 393 foot bomb to right for the Dodgers third home run of the inning. Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s after the Howard homer.

Ed Roebuck took the mound for the Dodgers in the top of the eighth.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

Larry Sherry took the mound for the Dodgers in the top of the ninth.

The Dodgers got 11 hits in the victory.

Final score: Los Angeles 5 Houston 1

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Drysdale 7.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 3 New York 2 10 innings
Detroit 10 Boston 5
Minnesota 3 Kansas City 1
Washington 2 Baltimore 1 11 innings
Los Angeles 10 Chicago 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 12 Philadelphia 4
Chicago 8 New York 0
Pittsburgh 6 Milwaukee 1
San Francisco 5 St Louis 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds 5 for 6, 3B, 2 RBI, 3 R

2. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers 3 for 3, 2B, HR, RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

3. Don Cardwell Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, W



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JUNE 16, 1962
Tonight in Los Angeles is the second game in the series between the Colt .45s and the Dodgers. The Colt .45s have the worst record in all of baseball. The Dodgers have the best.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 34-25 at Cleveland 28-33
Boston 37-25 at Detroit 32-28
Los Angeles 24-36 at Chicago 27-35
Baltimore 29-36 at Washington 27-37
Minnesota 46-17 at Kansas City 26-38

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 20-44 at New York 22-41
Milwaukee 38-26 at Pittsburgh 39-25
St Louis 26-37 at San Francisco 42-24
Cincinnati 34-28 at Philadelphia 36-32

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-50) AT LOS ANGELES DODGERS (50-16)
MATCHUPS
SP Ken T Johnson vs Stan Williams Advantage Los Angeles
C Merritt Ranew vs John Roseboro Advantage Los Angeles
1B Norm Larker vs Ron Fairly Advantage Los Angeles
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Jim Gilliam Advantage Los Angeles
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Daryl Spencer Advantage Push
SS Bob Lillis vs Maury Wills Advantage Los Angeles
LF Al Spangler vs Wally Moon Advantage Los Angeles
CF Don Taussig vs Willie Davis Advantage Los Angeles
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Howard Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

In the bottom of the second, Davis hit a two run homer.

After three: Los Angeles 2 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Roseboro brought two home with a single combined with a Taussig error.

In the top of the sixth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with nobody out. Aspromonte went down on strikes for the first out. Mejias then grounded into the 5-4-3 to retire the side without a run scoring.

After six: Los Angeles 4 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the seventh, Howard picked up an RBI on a sacrifice fly. With a runner on first and two out, George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the top of the eighth, Larker hit a two out RBI single to put the Colt .45s on the board.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

The Dodgers used a 12 hit attack to get their 11th win in a row

Final score: Los Angeles 5 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Stan Williams 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 7 Cleveland 5
Boston 9 Detroit 8
Los Angeles 6 Chicago 4
Washington 6 Baltimore 3
Minnesota 11 Kansas City 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 9 Chicago 7
Milwaukee 4 Pittsburgh 3
San Francisco 6 St Louis 3
Philadelphia 11 Cincinnati 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Frank J Thomas New York Mets 4 for 5, 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 2 R

2. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants 4 for 5, HR, 5 RBI, R

3. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, W

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JUNE 17, 1962
Today is the final game in the series in Los Angeles between the Colt .45s and the Dodgers. The Dodgers have won 11 straight.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox
3. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Chuck Essegian Cleveland Indians
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox
5. Dick Donovan Cleveland Indians

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
2. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
3. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. Art Fowler Baltimore Orioles

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies
3. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds
3. Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
2. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds
3. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. George Altman Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants
5. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals

RELIEVER
1. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Ron Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves
5. Don Nottebart Milwaukee Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 25-36 at Chicago 27-36 (2)
New York 35-25 at Cleveland 28-34 (2)
Boston 38-25 at Detroit 32-29 (2)
Baltimore 29-37 at Washington 28-37
Minnesota 47-17 at Kansas City 26-39

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 20-45 at New York 23-41 (2)
Cincinnati 34-29 at Philadelphia 37-32
Milwaukee 39-26 at Pittsburgh 39-26
St Louis 26-38 at San Francisco 43-24

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-51) AT LOS ANGELES DODGERS (51-16)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob Bruce vs Johnny Podres Advantage Push
C Hal W Smith vs John Roseboro Advantage Los Angeles
1B Norm Larker vs Ron Fairly Advantage Los Angeles
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Jim Gilliam Advantage Los Angeles
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Tommy Davis Advantage Los Angeles
SS Bob Lillis vs Maury Wills Advantage Los Angeles
LF Al Spangler vs Wally Moon Advantage Los Angeles
CF Don Taussig vs Willie Davis Advantage Los Angeles
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Howard Advantage Los Angeles
Overall Advantage Los Angeles

Podres had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Houston 0 Los Angeles 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Fairly hit a solo home run to put the Dodgers on the board.

In the bottom of the fifth, Roseboro hit a solo home run.

With two out in the top of the sixth, Amalfitano singled to break up the no-hitter.

After six: Los Angeles 2 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the eighth, Howard hit a solo home run.

Podres then finished off the complete game shutout, with the Amalfitano single being the only hit he allowed.

Final score: Los Angeles 3 Houston 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Johnny Podres 9.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 5 Chicago 4 Game 1
Chicago 7 Los Angeles 2 Game 2
Cleveland 8 New York 7 10 innings Game 1
New York 10 Cleveland 7 Game 2
Detroit 4 Boston 3 Game 1
Boston 5 Detroit 1 Game 2
Baltimore 6 Washington 5
Minnesota 14 Kansas City 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 8 Chicago 7 Game 1
Chicago 4 New York 2 Game 2
Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 1
San Francisco 4 St Louis 2
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Hector Lopez New York Yankees 4 for 5, 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Ron Tresh New York Yankees 5 for 10, HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, BB

3. Ezrl Battey Minnesota Twins 2 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

Cincinnati Reds RF Frank Robinson went 0 for 4 to end his hit streak at 20 games.

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JUNE 18, 1962
After beginning the road trip 0-3, the Colt .45s have the dayoff.

AL Player of the Week: 3B Bubba Phillies Cleveland Indians

NL Player of the Week: LF Frank J Thomas New York Mets

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Minnesota Twins
3. San Francisco Giants
4. Boston Red Sox
5. New York Game
6. Milwaukee Braves
7. Pittsburgh Pirates
8. Philadelphia Phillies
9. Cincinnati Reds
10. Detroit Tigers
11. Cleveland Indians
12. Baltimore Orioles
13. Chicago White Sox
14. Washington Senators
15. Los Angeles Angels
16. Kansas City Athletics
17. New York Mets
18. St Louis Cardinals
19. Chicago Cubs
20. Houston Colt .45s

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 48-17
Boston 39-26
New York 36-26
Detroit 33-30
Cleveland 29-35
Baltimore 30-37
Chicago 28-37
Washington 28-38
Los Angeles 26-37
Kansas City 26-40

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 52-16
San Francisco 44-24
Pittsburgh 39-26
Milwaukee 39-26
Philadelphia 38-32
Cincinnati 34-30
St Louis 26-39
New York 24-42
Chicago 21-46
Houston 16-52

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Al Spangler .278
Norm Larker .236
Don Taussig .227

HOME RUNS
Roman Mejias 10
Don Taussig 3
Two tied with 2

RBI
Roman Mejias 41
Don Taussig 31
Norm Larker 22

ERA
Bob Bruce 4.52
Ken T Johnson 4.86
Bobby Tiefenauer 5.22

WINS
Turk Farrell, Jim Golden and Ken T Johnson 3

STRIKEOUTS
Ken T Johnson 95
Turk Farrell 59
Bob Bruce 50

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM STATS AND NL RANK
Runs scored 205 10th
Batting average .216 10th
OBP .277 10th
OPS .579 10th
Batting WAR -4.3 10th
wOBA .257 10th
Home Runs 26 10th
Stolen Bases 13 9th
Runs against 309 7th
Starters ERA 4.63 9th
Bullpen ERA 3.02 5th
FIP 3.75 6th
Pitching WAR 8.0 8th
Strikeouts 384 4th
Defensive efficiency .690 7th
Zone Rating -17.4 8th
Errors 54 3rd

HOUSTON COLT .45S CURRENT INJURIES
SS Don Buddin out, 2 weeks; IL, 12 days left.

SP Turk Farrell out, 3-4 months; IL, 36 days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 48-17 at Kansas City 26-40

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 39-26 at New York 24-42
Cincinnati 34-30 at Pittsburgh 39-26
St Louis 26-39 at Los Angeles 52-16

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 16 Kansas City 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 7 Pittsburgh 6
Los Angeles 2 St Louis 1 10 innings
Milwaukee at New York ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins 3 for 3, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 4 R, 3 BB

2. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 8.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 8 K

3. Don Lee Minnesota Twins 8.2 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

2B Bernie Allen of the Minnesota Twins had a 5-hit game.

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JUNE 19, 1962
The Colt .45s resume their road trip with a two game series in San Francisco against the Giants. The Colt .45s have lost three straight. The Giants have won three straight. The Giants lead the season series 6-1.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 36-26 at Baltimore 30-37
Boston 39-26 at Cleveland 29-35
Washington 28-38 at Detroit 33-30
Los Angeles 26-37 at Kansas City 26-41
Minnesota 49-17 at Chicago 28-37

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 39-26 at New York 24-42 (2)
Chicago 21-46 at Philadelphia 38-32
Cincinnati 35-30 at Pittsburgh 39-27
St Louis 26-40 at Los Angeles 53-16

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-52) AT SAN FRANCISCO (44-24)
MATCHUPS
SP Jim Golden vs Juan Marichal Advantage San Francisco
C Merritt Ranew vs Tom Haller Advantage San Francisco
1B Norm Larker vs Orlando Cepeda Advantage San Francisco
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Chuck Hiller Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Jim Davenport Advantage San Francisco
SS Bob Lillis vs Jose Pagan Advantage San Francisco
LF Al Spangler vs Willie McCovey Advantage San Francisco
CF Don Taussig vs Willie Mays Advantage San Francisco
RF Roman Mejias vs Felipe Alou Advantage San Francisco
Overall Advantage San Francisco

In the bottom of the first, McCovey brought Alou home with a sacrifice fly to put the Giants on the board. Davenport added a two out two run double.

In the top of the third, Golden scored on a wild pitch.

After three: San Francisco 3 Houston 1.

In the top of the fourth, Lillis hit an RBI single to make it a one run game.

In the bottom of the fourth, Pagan answered with his own run-scoring single.

In the bottom of the fifth, Cepeda scored on a wild pitch.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the sixth. Mays sent the ball 389 feet to left for a two run shot.

After six: San Francisco 7 Houston 2.

In the top of the seventh, Ernie Fazio used a sacrifice fly to pick up his second career RBI.

In the bottom of the seventh, Hiller scored from third when Alou grounded out to short.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Aspromonte went down on strikes for the second out. Larker drew a full count walk to bring home a run. Mejias followed with a run-scoring single. Stu Miller took the mound for the Giants. Spangler scored on a passed ball. Ranew tied the game with a two run single.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the ninth. With runners at the corners and one out, Alou flew to center and Hiller tagged up and scored the winning run.

The two teams combined for 26 hits in the contest.

Final score: San Francisco 9 Houston 8.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Willie Mays 1 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 5 Baltimore 2 13 innings
Boston 6 Cleveland 3
Washington 6 Detroit 5
Los Angeles 6 Kansas City 4
Chicago 6 Minnesota 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 8 New York 2 Game 1
Milwaukee 4 New York 1 Game 2
Philadelphia 2 Chicago 1
Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 1
Los Angeles 3 St Louis 2 12 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Earl Francis Pittsburgh Pirates 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 9 K, W

2. Joe Horlen Chicago White Sox 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

3. Mack Jones Milwaukee Braves 6 for 9, 2B, 2 R, BB

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The Colt .45s end their series in San Francisco against the Giants today. The Colt .45s have lost four straight. The Giants have won four straight.

Minnesota Twins RP Ray Moore retired today due to shoulder inflammation he suffered back on April 12.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 29-38 at Detroit 33-31
Boston 40-26 at Cleveland 29-36 (2)
New York 37-26 at Baltimore 30-38
Minnesota 49-18 at Chicago 29-37
Los Angeles 27-37 at Kansas City 26-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 41-26 at New York 24-44 (2)
Chicago 21-47 at Philadelphia 39-32
Cincinnati 35-31 at Pittsburgh 40-27
St Louis 26-41 at Los Angeles 54-16

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-53) AT SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (45-24)
MATCHUPS
SP Hal Woodeshick vs Billy O'Dell Advantage San Francisco
C Hal W Smith vs Ed Bailey Advantage San Francisco
1B Norm Larker vs Orlando Cepeda Advantage San Francisco
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Chuck Hiller Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Jim Davenport Advantage San Francisco
SS Bob Lillis vs Jose Pagan Advantage San Francisco
LF Al Spangler vs Harvey Kuenn Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Willie Mays Advantage San Francisco
RF Roman Mejias vs Felipe Alou Advantage San Francisco
Overall Advantage San Francisco

In the top of the second, Lillis put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single.

After three: Houston 1 San Francisco 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Mays scored on a Bailey ground out to tie the game.

In the bottom of the sixth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s following a leadoff single by Mays. Later, Mays scored when, as he was trying to steal third, Smith committed a throwing error and the Giants took the lead. Kuenn added a run-scoring sacrifice fly.

After three: San Francisco 3 Houston 1.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth. Bailey singled to again bring Mays home.

The Giants got 19 hits in the win.

Final score: San Francisco 4 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Billy O'Dell 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 7 Washington 3
Cleveland 2 Boston 0 Game 1
Boston 2 Cleveland 0 10 innings Game 2
New York 7 Baltimore 4
Chicago 6 Minnesota 4
Kansas City 6 Los Angeles 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 8 New York 5 Game 1
Milwaukee 12 New York 2 Game 2
Philadelphia 9 Chicago 2
Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 3
Los Angeles 5 St Louis 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies 4 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Barry Latman Cleveland Indians 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves 4 for 5, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

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