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    Impossible Dream???

    Well, since 1930 seems to have just disappeared, I have decided to try to replicate the 1967 Impossible Dream season.

    Boston is coming off of a 72-90, 9th place in a 10 team American League. The Sox do have a couple of established veterans and a couple of solid young prospects on the horizon. First will be brief overviews of the Opening Day Rosters and Minor League prospects!

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    1967 Opening Day Roster

    CF- Reggie Smith (93/98) 21 year old rookie with good batting skills (83 contact, 83 power) and a great eye (88).
    SS- Rico Petrocelli (78/84) 23 year old coming off a .238 18-59 season. Good power (83) and perfect eye (84) for the 2 hole.
    RF- Tony Conigliaro (77/92) Local hero who has hit 84 HR's before his 23rd birthday. Should be a monster for years to come.
    LF- Carl Yastrzemski (91) Great batter (93 contact 85 power) who has never really lived up to his billing. Will this be the year he puts it all together?
    1B- George Scott (79) "Boomer" hit .245 27-90 as a rookie. Needs to cut down on his 152 strikeouts however.
    3B- Dalton Jones (83/90) Has been primarily the first bat off the bench, but will be the starting 3B this year. Not great at anything, but solid at everything.
    2B- Mike Andrews (74/84) Teriffic eye (93), but no real stick to speak of (71 contact 67 power).
    C- Bob Tillman (74) Backup last year, who has some stick (77 contact 70 power), but his real skill is his arm (86)

    Bench:
    C- Mike Ryan (73/75) Good glove (89 arm 83 handling) but not much else.
    OF- Jose Tartabull (76) Great speed (89) should be main pinch runner.
    1B- Tony Horton (77/85) Up and down for the last 3 years, but stuck behind Scott. Should be the first stick off the bench (77 contact 78 power)
    OF- Don Demeter (85) Veteran OF will be a late inning defensive replacement as his glove (100) is unparalled.
    OF- George Thomas (71/73) 5th outfielder, but like Demeter has a great glove (100)
    3B- Joe Foy (67/71) Rookie coming off .262 15-63 season but will be a bat off the benchg starting this year.

    Pitching Rotation:
    Jim Lonborg (84) 24 year old comes into the year with a 19-27 career record. Is the unquestionable ace of this staff.
    Dennis Bennett (75) Went 3-3 last year in 16 games for the Sox. Best of the rest sadly.
    Hank Fischer (76/82) Good power (82), but still very unsure. Pitched for 3 different teams last year.
    Dave Morehead (74) Great power (86) only threw 28 innings last year in 12 games for Boston.
    Bucky Brandon (78/85) 26 year old coming off 8-8 rookie season in 40 games, 17 starts.

    Closer- Don McMahon (75) 100 career in 522 appearances.
    Setup- John Wyatt (76) Excellent power (87), struck out 63 in 71 innings last year.
    Short- Don Osinski (84) 4-3 3.61 in 44 games last year covering 67 innings.
    Short- Lee Stange (75) Swing type guy 28 games last year 19 starts he went 7-9 3.35 with Boston, 8-9 overall.
    Middle- Jose Santiago (75/81) Another starter/reliever type 12-13 3.66 last year in 28 starts 32 games overall.
    Long- Gary Waslewski (84/92) 25 year old rookie who struck out 48 in 66 AAA innings last year.

    Minor Leaguers Hitters to Watch:
    OF- Joe Lahoud 64/89
    OF- Ken Poulson 69/93
    OF- Billy Conigliaro 57/83
    C- Carlton Fisk 69/78
    OF- Rick Miller 66/86

    Pitchers:
    Jerry Stephenson 75/93
    Sparky Lyle 74/87
    Bill Lee 69/88

    Leading off the season is 6 at home, 3 vs the Baltimore Orioles followed by 3 vs the Detroit Tigers.
    Last edited by bigpapi; 04-03-2007 at 11:49 AM.

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    Re: Impossible Dream???

    Um...not to detract from your 1967 effort, but what the heck happened to 1930!? I mean, was it removed? Did a glitch eat it?

    Looking at your team it seems very strong, even more so in a year or two when your three pitchers are able to join the ballgame.
    Retired Dynasties I'm Proud of
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    Cardinal Sins (St. Louis Cardinals 1976-78) and it's sequel:
    Diverting Destiny (Montreal Expos 1994)
    Script for my Requiem (New Orleans Blues (fictional) 1954)

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    Re: Impossible Dream???

    I accidentally saved over it looking at some other seasons in the mid 30's. I got annoyed and deleted the thread.

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    April 1,2,3 v Baltimore Orioles (0-0)

    April 1-A 4 run 8th capped by Carl Yastrzemski's 3 run HR gave the Red Sox a 5-1 win on Opening Day. (1-0)
    W-Don McMahon (1-0) L-Jim Palmer (0-1)

    April 2-Dave McNally and 2 relievers stymied the Red Sox offense allowing just 1 run and Sam Bowens hit a 2 run HR as Baltimore beat Boston 3-1. (1-1)
    W-Dave McNally (1-0) L-Dennis Bennett (0-1) S-Stu Miller (1)

    April 3-Mike Andrews hit a 1 out, 2 run HR in the bottom of the 13th inning to give Boston a thrilling 8-6 win. Carl Yastrzemski had 3 RBI in the win. (2-1)
    W-Dan Osinski (1-0) L-Eddie Watt (0-1)

    April 4,5,6 v Detroit Tigers (3-0)

    April 4-The Tigers scored 6 runs in the final two innings, lead by Norm Cash, who hit a run HR in the 8th and a 3 run HR in the 9th to give Detroit a 12-9 win. (2-2)
    W-Dave Wickersham (1-0) L-Lee Stange (0-1) S-Fred Gladding (1)

    April 5-Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastrzemski each hit homeruns, and Jim Lonborg pitched a complete game as Boston beat the Tigers 5-1. (3-2)
    W-Jim Lonborg (1-0) L-Mickey Lolich (0-1)

    April 6-In one of the worst losses in the history of Fenway Park, the Tigers hit 5 homeruns, lead by Dick McAuliffe who hit 1 HR and drove in 8 runs, and Al Kaline who hit 2 HR's and had 3 RBI, as Detroit was all over Boston from the start in a 23-2 win. (3-3)
    W-Earl Wilson (1-0) L-Dennis Bennett (0-2)

    I knew the offense wouldn't be a problem, and that our pitching would be the achilles heel, but I didn't think it would be quite this bad. Through 6 games, I have 2 pitchers I trust, Jim Lonborg and Jose Santiago.

    Up next for the Sox is 3 in Chicago against the White Sox followed by 3 in Cleveland to face the Indians.

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    Hm. Hasn't pitching always been the Red Sox' Achilles heel?

    It's probably a little early to worry. but if this continues too long you'll have to take steps. Can't afford to fall too far behind.
    Retired Dynasties I'm Proud of
    To Rule in Kansas City Part I and Part II (Kansas City Royals 1969-73, Hall of Fame)
    Cardinal Sins (St. Louis Cardinals 1976-78) and it's sequel:
    Diverting Destiny (Montreal Expos 1994)
    Script for my Requiem (New Orleans Blues (fictional) 1954)

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    April 7,8,9 at Chicago White Sox (2-4)

    April 7-Carl Yastrzemski hit a pair of homeruns, driving in 4, and Hank Fischer pitched 7 shutout innings as Boston beat Chicago 7-2. (4-3)
    W-Hank Fischer (1-0) L-Jim O'Toole (0-2)

    April 8-Don Buford went 3-6 with 4 RBI and Ron Hansen hit a solo HR as the White Sox beat the Red 11-3. (4-4)
    W-Tommy John (1-1) L-Dave Morehead (0-1)

    April 9-Boomer Scott hit his 1st HR of the year, a 3 run shot, and Bob Tillman and Rico Petrocelli each added 3 RBI as Boston took two of three from Chicago, winning 10-5. (5-4)
    W-Jose Santiago (1-0) L-Joe Horlen (1-1)

    April 10,11,12 at Cleveland Indians (2-7)

    April 10-Reggie Smith hit his first career HR, a 3 run HR, and Jim Lonborg won his 2nd game of the year as Boston beat Cleveland 9-7. (6-4)
    W-Jim Lonborg (2-0) L-Sam McDowell (0-2) S-Lee Stange (1)

    April 11-Carl Yastrzemski hit his 5th HR of the year a 2 run bomb over the Monster, and Reggie Smith went 4-5, helping Bucky Brandon pitched 5 solid innings as the Sox beat the Indians 6-3. (7-4)
    W-Lee Stange (1-1) L-Sonny Seibert (1-1) S-Don McMahon (1)

    April 12-The Sox capped an 8 run 7th inning with a grand slam by Rico Petrocelli, as Boston swept Cleveland, winning 10-3. (8-4)
    W-John Wyatt (1-0) L-Steve Hargan (0-2)

    Around the MLB:
    Future Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, hit his 500th HR off of Baltimore's Tom Phoebus in a 5-3 loss to the Orioles. Boxscore below:
    Code:
    New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles
    April 9, 1967
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
           Yankees (NYY) 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0    3  7  0
           Orioles (BAL) 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 x    5 11  0
    
    NEW YORK             ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    D. Howser (2B)        2  0  1  0  0  0  0  1    .320
    R. White (LF)         4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .421
    J. Pepitone (1B)      4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .214
    M. Mantle (CF)        4  1  0  1  1  1  0  0    .333
    L. Clinton (RF)       4  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .056
    E. Howard (C)         4  2  0  2  0  0  0  0    .270
    J. Kennedy (3B)       4  2  0  0  0  0  0  0    .500
    H. Clarke (SS)        4  2  0  0  0  2  0  0    .250
    M. Stottlemyre (P)    2  0  1  0  0  0  1  0    .000
     H. Reniff (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     T. Tresh (P)         1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS               33  7  2  3  1  3  4  1
    
       2B:  E. Howard (4)
       HR:  M. Mantle (4)
    
            NEW YORK   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
      M. Stottlemyre  7.0  8  5  0  5  5  3 108   3.38
           H. Reniff  1.0  3  1  0  0  0  0  22   9.00
              TOTALS  8.0 11  6  0  5  5  3 130
    
    BALTIMORE            ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    L. Aparicio (SS)      2  1  2  2  0  0  0  2    .268
    R. Snyder (CF)        4  1  1  2  0  0  0  0    .320
    B. Powell (1B)        3  2  1  0  0  3  0  0    .290
    F. Robinson (LF)      2  1  1  0  0  2  0  0    .231
    B. Robinson (3B)      4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .235
    D. Johnson (2B)       4  2  0  0  0  0  1  0    .333
    C. Blefary (RF)       3  0  1  0  0  0  1  0    .250
    C. Lau (C)            4  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .333
    T. Phoebus (P)        2  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .333
     M. Drabowsky (P)     2  2  0  0  0  0  0  0   1.000
    TOTALS               30 11  6  5  0  5  3  2
    
       2B:  B. Powell 2 (4)
       CS:  F. Robinson
    
           BALTIMORE   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
          T. Phoebus  6.2  6  2  1  3  3  3 121   3.29
        M. Drabowsky  2.1  1  0  0  0  0  1  34   0.00
              TOTALS  9.0  7  2  1  3  3  4 155
    
         WP: M. Drabowsky (1-0)
         LP: M. Stottlemyre (2-1)
    
         Temperature: 54F
         Wind: 3 MPH (left to right)
         Attendance: 33,953
         Time: 3:15
    On a slightly less dramatic scale, New York Mets 3B Ken Boyer picked up his 2000th hit, a double off Ken Bruce in a 3-2 win over the Atlanta Braves.

    Up next for the Sox is 3 at home vs the Detroit Tigers followed by 3 in Fenway against the Baltimore Orioles.

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    April 13,14,15 v Detroit Tigers (7-2)

    April 13-Rico Petrocelli hit a 2 run HR and Mike Andrews added 2 RBI as Boston beat Detroit 5-2. (9-4)
    W-Jose Santiago (2-0) L-Mickey Lolich (0-2) S-Don McMahon (2)

    April 14-Willie Horton hit a grand slam and Norm Cash hit a 3 run shot as the Tigers hammered Boston 9-3. (9-5)
    W-Hank Agguire (3-0) L-Galen Sisco (0-1)

    April 15-Tony C. went 3-5 and Carl Yastrzemski hit his 6th HR of the year as the Red Sox beat the Tigers 9-3. (10-5)
    W-Jim Lonborg (3-0) L-Denny McLain (1-1)

    April 16,17,18 v Baltimore Orioles (9-3)

    April 16-Rico Petrocelli hit his 4th HR of the year, a solo shot as Boston beat the first place Orioles 4-2. (11-5)
    W-Bucky Brandon (1-0) L-Tom Phoebus (0-1) S-Don McMahon (3)

    April 17-Charlie Lau had 3 RBI and Luis Aparicio, Brooks Robinson and Curt Blefary added 2 RBI each as Baltimore beat up on the Sox 9-2. (11-6)
    W-Jim Palmer (3-1) L-Jose Santiago (2-1)

    April 18-Rico Petrocelli hit a solo HR, and Dennis Bennett pitched 6 innings, striking out 8 as Boston beat the Orioles 4-1. (12-6)
    W-Dennis Bennett (1-2) L-Wally Bunker (1-2) S-Don McMahon (4)

    Around the MLB:
    Boston made a trade today with the St. Louis Cardinals that may be a long term landslide win for the Sox. Boston sent OF Rick Miller to the Cardinals in exchange for 22 year old lefthanded pitcher, Steve Carlton. Carlton is 3-4 in 26 career games, covering 13 starts. Miller was a prospect, but he was stuck behind about 5 other outfielders. Carlton will go to AAA and work on his control (64) and gaining some movement (43) on his pitches. If he can do this, he could be a top end starter in the near future.

    Up next for Boston is a roadtrip that starts with 3 in Minneapolis against the Twins followed by three on the South Side of Chicago against the White Sox.

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    April 19,20,21 at Minnesota Twins (12-3)

    April 19-Tony Conigliaro hit his 1st HR of the year, a solo shot, and Dave Morehead outdueled Mudcat Grant as Boston beat Minnesota 2-1. (13-6)
    W-John Wyatt (2-0) L-Mudcat Grant (2-1) S-Don McMahon (5)

    April 20-Rico Petrocelli hit a 2 out solo HR in the top of the 10th inning off Jim Merritt, leading Boston to a 8-7 win over the Twins. (14-6)
    W-Don McMahon (2-0) L-Jim Merritt (1-1)

    April 21-Jim Kaat pitched 8 innings of 1 run ball, and Minnesota salvaged one game of the series, winning 2-1. (14-7)
    W-Jim Kaat (5-0) L-Bucky Brandon (1-1) S-Al Worthington (1)

    April 23,24,25 at Chicago White Sox (9-9)

    April 23-The White Sox hit 3 homeruns, and Moose Skowron lead Chicago with 4 hits and 3 RBI as the Pale Hose beat up on the Carmines, winning 9-3. (14-8)
    W-Joe Horlen (2-1) L-Jose Santiago (2-2)

    April 24-Reggie Smith hit a pair of homeruns, including an inside-the-park shot in the 5th inning, later adding a 2 run job, as Boston beat Chicago 5-2. (15-8)
    W-Dennis Bennett (2-2) L-Tommy John (3-2) S-Don McMahon (6)

    April 25-Boston continued its streak of winning 2 games in 3 game series, as Carl Yastrzemski (8), Rico Petrocelli (7), and Boomer Scott (3) each hit homeruns, helping Boston to a 9-3 win. (16-8)
    W-Jim Lonborg (4-0) L-Gary Peters (3-2)

    Around the MLB:
    A couple of big time performances over the past week or so. First Chicago White Sox outfielder Pete Ward, who hit 5 homeruns all of last year, hit 4 in a single game, adding 9 RBI in a 12-3 shellacking of the Cleveland Indians. Boxscore below:
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    Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox
    April 20, 1967
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
           Indians (CLE) 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1    3  6  1
         White Sox (CHW) 4 0 1 1 0 5 0 1 x   12 12  0
    
    CLEVELAND            ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    C. Hinton (CF)        3  1  1  0  0  0  0  0    .245
    C. Salmon (SS)        4  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .274
    L. Wagner (LF)        4  2  0  1  1  2  0  0    .339
    R. Colavito (RF)      3  0  1  0  0  0  1  0    .164
    F. Whitfield (1B)     4  1  0  1  1  1  1  0    .217
    M. Alvis (3B)         4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .328
    J. Azcue (C)          4  1  0  0  0  0  1  0    .194
    P. Gonzalez (2B)      4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .182
    L. Tiant (P)          1  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .000
     D. Sims (P)          1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .235
     T. Kelley (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0   1.000
     G. Culver (P)        1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS               33  6  2  3  2  3  6  0
    
       HR:  F. Whitfield (1), L. Wagner (5)
    
           CLEVELAND   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
            L. Tiant  4.0  7  1  2  6  5  5  73   6.59
           T. Kelley  1.2  3  2  1  5  5  2  38  17.65
           G. Culver  2.1  2  2  1  1  1  1  45   3.86
              TOTALS  8.0 12  5  4 12 11  8 156
    
    CHICAGO              ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    D. Buford (3B)        4  2  1  2  0  1  1  1    .348
    T. McCraw (1B)        4  2  1  2  0  1  0  0    .263
    T. Agee (CF)          5  1  0  1  0  0  4  0    .230
    P. Ward (LF)          5  4  0  4  4  9  0  0    .236
    S. Burgess (C)        4  0  1  1  0  0  0  0    .244
    J. Adair (SS)         5  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .122
    W. Causey (2B)        2  1  2  0  0  1  1  0    .250
    E. Stroud (RF)        4  1  0  1  0  0  0  0    .308
    G. Peters (P)         4  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .100
     W. Wood (P)          0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS               37 12  5 12  4 12  8  1
    
       2B:  E. Stroud (3), T. McCraw (2)
       3B:  W. Causey (1)
       HR:  P. Ward 4 (5)
    
             CHICAGO   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
           G. Peters  8.0  6  2  2  3  3  6 103   6.75
             W. Wood  1.0  0  0  0  0  0  0   7   2.38
              TOTALS  9.0  6  2  2  3  3  6 110
    
         WP: G. Peters (3-1)
         LP: L. Tiant (0-2)
    
         Temperature: 51F
         Wind: 2 MPH (right to left)
         Attendance: 32,860
         Time: 2:45
    Also, Houston Astros thirdbaseman, Eddie Mathews hit his 499th and 500th career HR's off of Cincinnati starter Gary Nolan. Boxscore below:
    Code:
    Cincinnati Reds at Houston Astros
    April 22, 1967
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
              Reds (CIN) 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0    5  9  0
            Astros (HOU) 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0    3  8  0
    
    CINCINNATI           ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    T. Harper (RF)        3  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .355
    P. Rose (2B)          4  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .317
    V. Pinson (CF)        3  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .293
    T. Perez (1B)         3  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .304
    D. Johnson (LF)       3  1  1  1  1  2  1  0    .290
    D. Pavletich (C)      4  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .290
    L. Cardenas (SS)      4  2  0  0  0  0  1  0    .352
    T. Helms (3B)         4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .306
    G. Nolan (P)          2  0  0  0  0  1  1  0    .200
     F. Robinson (P)      1  1  0  1  0  0  0  0    .357
     D. Nottebart (P)     0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0   1.000
     L. May (P)           1  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .400
     T. Abernathy (P)     0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS               32  9  1  5  1  5  5  0
    
       2B:  L. Cardenas (6), T. Harper (2)
       HR:  D. Johnson (3)
       HBP:  T. Perez
       GIDP:  T. Helms
    
          CINCINNATI   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
            G. Nolan  7.0  8  1  2  3  3  7 108   5.17
        D. Nottebart  1.0  0  0  0  0  0  1  10   2.95
        T. Abernathy  1.0  0  1  0  0  0  0  19   1.29
              TOTALS  9.0  8  2  2  3  3  8 137
    
    HOUSTON              ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    J. Morgan (2B)        3  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .215
    J. Wynn (CF)          3  1  1  1  0  0  1  0    .250
    R. Staub (RF)         4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .325
    E. Mathews (3B)       4  2  0  2  2  3  1  0    .265
    B. Watson (1B)        4  2  0  0  0  0  1  0    .387
    A. Pointer (LF)       4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .250
    S. Jackson (SS)       4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .284
    B. Heath (C)          3  2  1  0  0  0  1  0    .246
    M. Cuellar (P)        3  1  0  0  0  0  1  0    .333
     D. Giusti (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     J. Landis (P)        1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .222
    TOTALS               33  8  2  3  2  3  8  0
    
       2B:  B. Watson (8)
       HR:  E. Mathews 2 (7)
       CS:  B. Watson
    
             HOUSTON   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
          M. Cuellar  7.2  6  0  1  5  5  5 109   4.50
           D. Giusti  1.1  3  1  0  0  0  0  17   3.29
              TOTALS  9.0  9  1  1  5  5  5 126
    
         WP: G. Nolan (2-1)
         LP: M. Cuellar (2-2)
         SV: T. Abernathy (4)
    
         Temperature: 67F
         Wind: None (Domed Stadium)
         Attendance: 28,195
         Time: 3:00
    Finishing up April for Boston is 3 in Minnesota against the Twins followed by a trip to the West Coast for a 3 game set against the California Angels.

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    April 25,26,27 at Minnesota Twins (16-5)

    April 25-Earl Battey homered and drove in 7 runs, and Harmon Killebrew added a 2 run shot as the Twins beat up on the Sox 14-4. (16-9)
    W-Jim Kaat (6-0) L-Bucky Brandon (1-2)

    April 26-Harmon Killebrew hit a 3 run HR and Cesar Tovar added 3 RBI as Minnesota beat the Sox again, today 7-1. (16-10)
    W-Dean Chance (4-1) L-Dave Morehead (0-2)

    April 27-Bobby Allison homered and drove in 4 runs, and Ted Uhlander added a 3 run shot as the Twins swept Boston, winning 11-8. (16-11)
    W-Mel Nelson (2-1) L-Jerry Stephenson (0-1) S-Al Worthington (2)

    April 28,29,30 at California Angels (12-12)

    April 28-Don Mincher hit a 2 run HR and Len Gabrielson drove in 3 as the Angels extended the Red Sox losing streak to 4 with a 8-6 win. (16-12)
    W-Bobby Locke (2-0) L-Bill Landin (0-1) S-Pete Cimino (2)

    April 29-Joe Foy (1), Rico Petrocelli (9), and Reggie Smith (4) each hit solo HR's as Boston ended it's losing streak, beating the Angels 6-5. (17-12)
    W-Tug McGraw (1-0) L-Bill Kelso (0-2) S-Don McMahon (7)

    April 30-The Sox scored 6 runs in the final 3 innings, lead by Carl Yastrzemski's 3 run HR giving Boston two of three on the West Coast, winning 807. (18-12)
    W-Jerry Stephenson (1-1) L-Bill Kelso (0-3) S-Don McMahon (8)

    Around the MLB:


    As you can see from above, the Red Sox and New York Mets have finalized a trade that should help the Sox bullpen woes. Boston acquires 22 year old Tug McGraw in exchange for 3 minor league pitchers, Hank Fischer, John Curtis, and Dick Mills.

    McGraw is 8-16 in 37 career appearances, but was 3-0 in 7 games with the Mets this year with 11 strikeouts in 13 1/3 innings. He will move into a setup role for now as Don McMahon seems to have settled into his closers role after struggling initially.

    End of April Team Batting Stats: (leaders in bold)
    Code:
    1967 Batting             Team    G   AVG    AB    H  2B  3B  HR   BB    K   SB  CS    R  RBI   SLG   OBP
    Wyatt, John               BOS    0  .500     2    1   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0    0  .500  .500
    Yastrzemski, Carl         BOS   30  .355   124   44   9   1   9   19   17    1   0   23   30  .661  .441
    Petrocelli, Rico          BOS   30  .350   137   48   8   0   9   12   15    0   0   26   26  .606  .403
    Scott, George             BOS   30  .313   128   40   8   1   3   11   24    0   0   16   20  .461  .364
    Conigliaro, Tony          BOS   21  .304    92   28   5   1   3    7   15    0   0   15   10  .478  .356
    Santiago, Jose            BOS    5  .300    10    3   1   0   0    1    2    0   0    3    0  .400  .364
    Foy, Joe                  BOS   25  .294    51   15   3   2   1   14    8    1   0   11    6  .490  .448
    Smith, Reggie             BOS   30  .293   133   39   5   1   4   17   27    5   0   25   16  .436  .371
    Andrews, Mike             BOS   30  .280   107   30   8   0   1   17    8    0   0   11   15  .383  .375
    Jones, Dalton             BOS   21  .273    77   21   5   0   0    9   13    0   0   10    9  .338  .349
    Horton, Tony              BOS   19  .270    37   10   2   0   0    5    6    0   0    5    7  .324  .341
    Lonborg, Jim              BOS    7  .263    19    5   0   0   0    0    8    0   0    2    4  .263  .263
    Gibson, Russ              BOS    1  .250     4    1   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    1    0  .250  .250
    Ryan, Mike                BOS   22  .235    81   19   1   1   0    8   18    0   0    6   10  .272  .304
    Demeter, Don              BOS   12  .190    21    4   0   0   1    2    3    0   0    3    1  .333  .261
    Brandon, Bucky            BOS    4  .167     6    1   0   0   0    0    3    0   0    0    1  .167  .167
    Tillman, Bob              BOS    7  .143    28    4   1   0   0    5    7    0   0    5    4  .179  .265
    Tartabull, Jose           BOS    8  .125     8    1   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    1    1  .125  .125
    Bennett, Dennis           BOS    6  .100    10    1   0   0   0    1    4    0   0    0    2  .100  .182
    Thomas, George            BOS    3  .000     2    0   0   0   0    1    0    0   0    1    0  .000  .333
    Morehead, Dave            BOS    5  .000     4    0   0   0   0    1    4    0   0    0    0  .000  .200
    McMahon, Don              BOS    0  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Landis, Bill              BOS    0  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Stange, Lee               BOS    0  .000     2    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Stephenson, Jerry         BOS    0  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    McGraw, Tug               BOS    0  .000     3    0   0   0   0    1    2    0   0    1    0  .000  .250
    Carlton, Steve            BOS    2  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Cisco, Galen              BOS    1  .000     2    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Pitching Stats: (leaders below)
    Code:
    1967 Pitching            Team     IP   ERA    G  GS   W   L  SV    K   BB   R/9
    McMahon, Don              BOS   18.0  2.00   12   0   2   0   8    9   15 14.50
    Stange, Lee               BOS   25.1  2.49   13   0   1   1   1   14    8 11.01
    Wyatt, John               BOS   13.1  2.70    7   0   2   0   0   15    7 11.48
    McGraw, Tug               BOS   15.1  3.52    8   0   4   0   0   13    8  9.98
    Stephenson, Jerry         BOS    9.1  3.86    4   0   1   1   0    4    5 15.43
    Lonborg, Jim              BOS   49.0  4.22    7   7   4   0   0   32   27 14.88
    Santiago, Jose            BOS   31.2  5.40    7   5   2   2   0   27   22 15.63
    Osinski, Dan              BOS   11.1  6.35    9   0   1   0   0    8   13 21.44
    Bennett, Dennis           BOS   31.1  6.61    6   6   2   2   0   32   20 17.81
    Landis, Bill              BOS    9.1  6.75    5   0   0   1   0    9   10 24.11
    Waslewski, Gary           BOS    7.0  7.71    7   0   0   0   0    2    7 19.29
    Morehead, Dave            BOS   20.1  9.74    5   5   0   2   0   14   13 21.69
    Brandon, Bucky            BOS   23.2 10.65    5   4   1   2   0   21   17 20.15
    Cisco, Galen              BOS    4.1 14.54    1   1   0   1   0    4    2 20.77
    Carlton, Steve            BOS    5.0 23.40    2   2   0   1   0    1    8 34.20
    Leading off May for the Sox are two separate three game series in Kansas City to play the last place A's.

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    May 1,2,3 at Kansas City A's (6-21)

    May 1-Rookie pinch hitter Rick Monday hit a 2 run HR off closer Don McMahon giving the A's a 3-2 win. (18-13)
    W-Wes Stock (3-0) L-Don McMahon (1-1)

    May 2-Bert Campaneris hit a 2 run single off of Jim Longborg giving Kansas City 2 straight wins over Boston with a 3-2 win. (18-14)
    W-Catfish Hunter (2-4) L-Jim Lonborg (4-1)

    May 3-Bucky Brandon helped his cause with an RBI single, which accounted for the only run of the game as Boston blanked the A's 1-0. (19-14)
    W-Bucky Brandon (2-2) L-Jim Nash (0-6) S-Lee Stange (2)

    May 7,8,9 at Kansas City A's (8-22)

    May 7-3 Sox pitchers combined to allow just 6 hits and 1 run and Joe Foy hit a solo HR as Boston beat KC 4-2. (20-14)
    W-Jose Santiago (3-2) L-Blue Moon Odom (1-4) S-Don McMahon (9)

    May 8-Carl Yastrzemski hit a 3 run HR, and Mike Ryan added a 2 run shot, his 1st of the year as Boston beat the A's 9-3. (21-14)
    W-Jim Lonborg (5-1) L-Chuck Dobson (0-4)

    May 9-Carl Yastrzemski hit 3 homeruns, numbers 11,12, and 13 on the year, driving in 4 as Boston won it's 4th straight, beating KC 8-2. (22-14)
    W-Bucky Brandon (3-2) L-Catfish Hunter (2-3)

    Around the MLB:

    In news that is eerily similar to what actually happened in 1967, Red Sox outfielder Tony Conigliaro will miss the rest of the season with a horrific injury. Conigliaro was injured diving for a ball in RF, then slamming into the wall head first, breaking a back vertabre. He will undergo surgery and will be able to resume workouts in 6-8 months.

    In other terrible injury news, swing man Jose Santiago will miss the next 2 months with a Dislocated Hip he suffered falling down the dugout steps.

    Rookie Tony Horton will move into Conigliaro's spot in the lineup, and rookie Jerry Stephenson will move into Santiago's spot in the rotation.

    Also, in happier news, Pittsburgh Pirates Firstbasemen Donn Clennendon hit 4 homeruns in a game, a 9-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Boxscore below:
    Code:
    Pittsburgh Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers
    May 3, 1967
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
           Pirates (PIT) 2 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 0    9 10  0
           Dodgers (LAD) 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0    1  7  1
    
    PITTSBURGH           ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    M. Wills (3B)         5  0  0  0  0  1  1  0    .221
    M. Alou (CF)          5  3  0  3  0  0  0  0    .313
    D. Clendenon (1B)     5  4  0  4  4  7  0  0    .212
    R. Clemente (RF)      4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .329
    J. Pagliaroni (C)     3  0  2  0  0  0  2  0    .250
    M. Jimenez (LF)       4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .167
    B. Mazeroski (2B)     3  1  1  1  0  0  0  0    .223
    G. Alley (SS)         4  1  0  1  0  0  0  1    .325
    J. Pizarro (P)        3  1  0  0  0  1  1  0    .125
    TOTALS               36 10  3  9  4  9  4  1
    
       2B:  G. Alley (5)
       HR:  D. Clendenon 4 (6)
       HBP:  R. Clemente
       GIDP:  M. Jimenez
    
          PITTSBURGH   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
          J. Pizarro  9.0  7  1  0  1  1  9 127   3.71
              TOTALS  9.0  7  1  0  1  1  9 127
    
    LOS ANGELES          ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    W. Parker (1B)        4  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .262
    R. Hunt (2B)          4  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .240
    R. Fairly (CF)        3  0  1  0  0  0  2  1    .313
    A. Ferrara (LF)       4  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .288
    J. Hickman (RF)       4  2  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
    B. Bailey (3B)        4  1  0  0  0  0  2  0    .211
    J. Roseboro (C)       4  1  0  1  0  0  0  0    .231
    D. Schofield (SS)     3  1  0  0  0  1  1  0    .253
    A. Foster (P)         2  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     J. Brewer (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     J. Lefebvre (P)      1  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .077
     J. Moeller (P)       0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS               33  7  1  1  0  1  9  1
    
       2B:  J. Roseboro (4)
    
         LOS ANGELES   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
           A. Foster  5.2  8  2  3  7  7  2  93  11.12
           J. Brewer  1.1  2  1  1  2  2  0  17   4.91
          J. Moeller  2.0  0  0  0  0  0  2  21  14.40
              TOTALS  9.0 10  3  4  9  9  4 131
    
         WP: J. Pizarro (1-1)
         LP: A. Foster (0-1)
    
         Temperature: 64F
         Wind: 6 MPH (out to center)
         Attendance: 56,000
         Time: 2:32
    Next for Boston is 3 in Cleveland vs. the Indians followed by 3 more in Kansas City to face the A's.

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    May 10,11,12 at Cleveland Indians (15-21)

    May 10-Carl Yastrzemski continued his hot hitting with another HR, a solo shot, helping Boston to a 3-1 win over the Tribe. (23-14)
    W-Dennis Bennett (3-2) L-Sonny Seibert (5-3) S-Don McMahon (10)

    May 11-Vic Davalillo drove in 2 runs, and Luis Tiant allowed just 2 hits over 6 innings as Cleveland beat the Sox 3-1. (23-15)
    W-Luis Tiant (3-2) L-Jerry Stephenson (1-2) S-Tom Kelley (2)

    May 12-Reggie Smith homered and drove in 3, and Boomer Scott added 3 RBI as Boston took two of three from Cleveland, winning 7-2. (24-15)
    W-Dave Morehead (1-2) L-Steve Hargan (1-6)

    May 13,14,15 at Kansas City Athletics (8-28)


    May 13-Rico Petrocelli hit his 10th HR of the year, a 2 run shot, and Jim Lonborg pitched a complete game 4 hit shutout, striking out 5 in a 6-0 Boston win. (25-15)
    W-Jim Lonborg (6-1) L-Catfish Hunter (2-6)

    May 14-Boston outhitted the A's 6-5. but thanks to 8 walks and 2 hit batsmen, the A's piled up 9 runs en route to a 9-1 win. (25-16)
    W-Jim Nash (1-6) L-Bucky Brandon (3-3)

    May 15-Roger Repoz had 3 hits and 2 RBI as Boston continues to struggle with the last place A's, falling to KC 6-5. (25-17)
    W-Bob Duliba (2-1) L-Lee Stange (1-2) S-Wes Stock (2)

    Around the MLB:

    We haven't made a move yet to improve the starting rotation, but we have our eyes on a couple of young prospects. The first one is 18 year old Cincinnati Reds pitcher Gary Nolan. He is already up in the Reds rotation, we just want to watch him for a few more weeks before jumping on anything. He is 2-1 with a 4.87 ERA in 6 starts so far. Also on the radar is a 20 year old in the Cardinal organization, Paul Splittorff. He is currently sitting in AA ball going 4-1 3.04 in 8 starts so far. Keep your eye on these two players as they could be in the Red Sox rotation sooner rather than later.

    Next for Boston is the end of their roadtrip with 3 in California against the Angels followed by 3 in Fenway against the Washington Senators.

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    May 16,17,18 at California Angels (23-16)

    May 16-Carl Yastrzemski went 4-5 with 3 RBI and Joy Foy hit a 2 run double in the 9th inning to help Boston overcome a 6-0 deficit to win 7-6. (26-17)
    W-Bill Landis (1-1) L-Bill Kelso (1-3) S-Don McMahon (11)

    May 17-Mike Ryan and Tony Horton each drove in a pair of runs to make a winner of Jim Lonborg as Boston beat the Angels 6-4. (27-17)
    W-Jim Lonborg (7-1) L-Jim Coates (0-1) S-Tug McGraw (1)

    May 18-Backup C Bob Tillman hit a 2 run HR in the top of the 9th, helping Boston sweep the Angels, winning 6-4. (28-17)
    W-Lee Stange (2-2) L-Bill Kelso (1-4) S-Don McMahon (12)

    May 19,20,21 v Washington Senators (12-27)

    May 19-Frank Howard hit a 3 run bomb over everything in left field, and Hawk Harrelson added a 2 run shot as Washington beat Boston 7-5. (28-18)
    W-Joe Coleman (2-3) L-Dennis Bennett (3-3) S-Dave Baldwin (3)

    May 20-George Scott (6), Carl Yastrzemski (15) and Don Demeter (2) each hit homeruns, helping Boston beat the Senators 5-2. (29-18)
    W-Lee Stange (3-2) L-Dick Bosman (1-5) S-Don McMahon (13)

    May 21-Pinch Hitter Ken Harrelson's RBI single in the 11th inning, spoiled the debut of Bill "Spaceman" Lee, who, forced into action due to an injury to Jim Lonborg, pitched 7 innings, allowing 7 hits, just 1 run and striking out a pair in a 2-1 Boston loss. (29-19)
    W-Dick Lines (2-0) L-Bill Landis (1-2) S-Darold Knowles (4)

    Around the MLB:

    Injuries continue to pile up for the Red Sox. First Jim Lonborg goes down for a couple of weeks with a sore shoulder. Then another big one as rookie secondbaseman Mike Andrews separated his shoulder breaking up a double play and will miss 2 1/2 months. The inkjury to Andrews forced us to make a deal we didn't plan on making. Boston sends minor league pitcher Mike Nagy to the Philadephia Phillies in exchange for veteran infielder Tony Taylor. Taylor is hitting .254 2-10 so far this year, and is hitting .260 with 47 HR's in a 10 year Major League Career with the Cubs and Phillies.

    Due to the excellent showing of Bill Lee, we are going to hold off trading for a pitcher, hoping that he can hold down the fort until Lonborg returns.

    Next for Boston is 3 at home against the Cleveland Indians followed by 3 more at home against the Washington Senators.

    Editors Note at 2:20 PM CST (GO DICE-K!!!!!)

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    May 22,23,24 v Cleveland Indians (18-27)

    May 22-Boomer Scott hit a grand slam in the 2nd inning, leading Boston to a 8-3 win over the Indians. (30-19)
    W-Dave Morehead (2-2) L-Steve Hargan (1-7)

    May 23-Rico Petrocelli hit an RBI single in the bottom of the 14th, making a winner of Tug McGraw, who pitched 4 innings, in a 6-5 Boston win. (31-19)
    W-Tug McGraw (2-0) L-John O'Donoghue (0-1)

    May 24-C Mike Ryan had 3 RBI, and Tony Horton and Joe Foy each added 2 RBI as Boston swept Cleveland, winning 8-5. (32-19)
    W-Dennis Bennett (4-3) L-Sonny Seibert (5-5) S-Don McMahon (14)

    May 25,26,27 v Washington Senators (16-29)

    May 25-Tony Horton hit his 2nd HR of the year, a 2 run shot, and Joe Foy added 2 RBI in a 9 run 4th as Boston wins 9-6. (33-19)
    W-Dan Osinski (2-0) L-Jim Hannah (1-6) S-Don McMahon (15)

    May 26-Joy Foy went 2-3 with a 2 run HR, and rookie Bill Lee pitched 6 innings allowing 3 runs, winning his 1st career game as Boston beat Washington 6-4. (34-19)
    W-Bill Lee (1-0) L-Pete Richert (3-6) S-Don McMahon (16)

    May 27-Joy Foy went 5-5 with 2 homeruns and 6 RBI, and Rico Petrocelli added a solo shot, his 13th as Boston won its 6th in a row, beating the Senators 13-3. (35-19)
    W-Lee Stange (4-2) L-Joe Coleman (2-5)

    Around the MLB:
    Quick updates on some of the acquisitions we have made this year thusfar:
    Tug McGraw: 2-0 1.80 20 IP 11 K's 1 sv
    Tony Taylor: .348 (8-23) 5 RBI 3 steals
    Steve Carlton: 3-1 2.47 in 6 starts 47 1/3 IP 23 K's

    Finishing up May and leading off June for Boston is 3 at home vs. the California Angels followed by 3 on the road against Detroit. Next will be up to date team statistics!

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    Complete Team Batting Stats: (team leaders in bold)
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    1967 Batting             Team    G   AVG    AB    H  2B  3B  HR   BB    K   SB  CS    R  RBI   SLG   OBP
    Wyatt, John               BOS    0  .500     2    1   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0    0  .500  .500
    Yastrzemski, Carl         BOS   58  .350   234   82  18   1  16   34   28    3   1   45   54  .641  .437
    Petrocelli, Rico          BOS   57  .311   251   78  15   1  14   23   47    0   0   47   41  .546  .369
    Scott, George             BOS   58  .308   247   76  14   2   8   20   41    0   0   39   40  .478  .361
    Conigliaro, Tony          BOS   24  .298   104   31   5   2   3    7   18    0   0   17   10  .471  .345
    Foy, Joe                  BOS   53  .291   151   44   8   3   5   25   21    5   3   31   25  .483  .400
    Taylor, Tony              BOS   44  .280   175   49   5   3   2    9   26    8   5   25   16  .377  .321
    Demeter, Don              BOS   30  .268    41   11   2   0   2    2    4    0   0    8    5  .463  .318
    Tillman, Bob              BOS   13  .267    45   12   2   0   1    6   10    0   0    8    9  .378  .346
    Horton, Tony              BOS   45  .265   147   39   9   0   2    8   23    0   0   17   23  .367  .299
    Jones, Dalton             BOS   36  .264   106   28   7   1   0   11   19    0   0   14   10  .349  .333
    Smith, Reggie             BOS   57  .260   254   66  11   2   5   27   43   12   2   41   20  .378  .329
    Andrews, Mike             BOS   47  .257   167   43   9   0   3   23   18    0   0   18   22  .365  .345
    Thomas, George            BOS    9  .250     8    2   0   0   0    1    1    0   0    2    0  .250  .333
    Gibson, Russ              BOS    1  .250     4    1   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    1    0  .250  .250
    Brandon, Bucky            BOS   10  .250    16    4   0   0   0    0    6    0   0    0    3  .250  .250
    Santiago, Jose            BOS    6  .250    12    3   1   0   0    1    3    0   0    3    0  .333  .308
    Ryan, Mike                BOS   46  .216   171   37   4   1   1   11   35    0   0   11   22  .269  .262
    McGraw, Tug               BOS    0  .200     5    1   0   0   0    2    3    0   0    1    1  .200  .429
    Lonborg, Jim              BOS   11  .152    33    5   0   0   0    0   11    0   0    2    4  .152  .152
    Morehead, Dave            BOS    7  .143     7    1   0   0   0    2    5    0   0    3    0  .143  .333
    Tartabull, Jose           BOS    9  .125     8    1   0   0   0    1    1    1   0    1    1  .125  .222
    Stephenson, Jerry         BOS    4  .125     8    1   0   0   0    0    2    0   0    0    0  .125  .125
    Bennett, Dennis           BOS   12  .087    23    2   0   0   0    2   13    0   0    0    2  .087  .160
    Lee, Bill                 BOS    3  .000     6    0   0   0   0    1    3    0   0    0    0  .000  .143
    Stange, Lee               BOS    2  .000     8    0   0   0   0    0    3    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    McMahon, Don              BOS    0  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Landis, Bill              BOS    0  .000     2    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Carlton, Steve            BOS    2  .000     1    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Cisco, Galen              BOS    1  .000     2    0   0   0   0    0    1    0   0    0    0  .000  .000
    Complete Team Pitching Stats: (leaders in bold)
    Code:
    1967 Pitching            Team     IP   ERA    G  GS   W   L  SV    K   BB   R/9
    McMahon, Don              BOS   30.0  1.80   23   0   2   1  17   17   17 11.70
    Stange, Lee               BOS   53.1  2.19   22   2   4   2   2   34   15  9.96
    McGraw, Tug               BOS   36.2  2.45   18   0   5   0   1   25   11  9.33
    Lee, Bill                 BOS   19.0  2.84    3   3   1   0   0    9    7 13.26
    Lonborg, Jim              BOS   80.0  3.38   11  11   7   1   0   49   34 13.39
    Stephenson, Jerry         BOS   30.0  4.50    8   4   1   3   0   25   15 16.50
    Wyatt, John               BOS   25.2  4.56   16   0   2   1   0   24   17 14.73
    Osinski, Dan              BOS   15.2  4.60   12   0   2   0   0   12   13 17.23
    Santiago, Jose            BOS   37.2  5.02    8   6   3   2   0   32   23 14.58
    Bennett, Dennis           BOS   70.1  5.50   12  12   5   3   0   63   33 14.33
    Landis, Bill              BOS   22.2  6.35   13   0   1   2   0   23   17 18.66
    Brandon, Bucky            BOS   58.2  6.60   11  10   4   3   0   54   36 15.19
    Morehead, Dave            BOS   31.1  6.61    7   7   2   2   0   23   17 17.52
    Waslewski, Gary           BOS    7.0  7.71    7   0   0   0   0    2    7 19.29
    Cisco, Galen              BOS    4.1 14.54    1   1   0   1   0    4    2 20.77
    Carlton, Steve            BOS    5.0 23.40    2   2   0   1   0    1    8 34.20

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