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From: SportsNutty7/24/15 2:53 PM 
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I'm doing a quick replay of an alternate NLCS for 1973. I'm playing Pittsburgh and Cincinnati instead of the Reds and Mets. The replay is using Pine Tar Baseball. You can get the P & P Reds and Pirates and then get d/l the rule set for PTB.

Game 1

Pirates @ Reds

    3             4

                                         R    H   E

Pirates  0 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 2   3    7    1

Reds     0 1 0  0 0 2  1 0 --  4    9    0

 

 

Box Score

Pittsburgh

Clines          0 for 4

Cash            0 for 4

Oliver          1 for 4, 1 run

Stargell       2 for 4, 2B, 1 run

Sanguillen   1 for 4, 1 run

Robertson   2 for 4, 2B x 2, 2 rbi's

Hebner        0 for 3, BB      

Maxwill        2 for 3

Briles           0 for 1, SH

May             0 for 1

 

Reds

Rose            0 for 3, BB, 1 run

Morgan        3 for 4, 2B x 2, 1 run

Tolan           1 for 4, ROE, 2B, 1 rbi

Bench          1 for 4, 1 run, 1 rbi

Perez           2 for 4, 2B x 2, 1 run, 1 rbi

Concepcion  0 for 3, BB

Menke          0 for 3, BB

Geronimo     2 for 4, 2B, 1 rbi

Billingham    0 for 3

Kosco           0 for 1

 

Winning pitcher - Billingham

Losing pitcher -    Briles

Save - Hall

Stolen Base -  none

Caught Stealing - Morgan

Replay time - 23 minutes

 

  • Edited July 24, 2015 3:07 pm  by  SportsNutty
 
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From: SportsNutty7/25/15 5:11 AM 
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Game 2

Pirates @ Reds

    4             6

                                         R    H   E

Pirates  1 0 0  2 0 0  0 1 0   4    9    0

Reds     0 0 0  4 1 0  1 0 --  6    8    0

 

 

Box Score

Pittsburgh

Cash           1 for 5

Oliver          0 for 3, BB

Sanguillen   1 for 4, 1 run

Robertson   2 for 3, HR, BB, 1 run, 1 rbi

Zisk             1 for 4, 2B, 1 rbi

Hebner        1 for 4, 3B, 1 run     

Stennett      2 for 4, 1 run, 1 rbi

May             1 for 4

Moose          0 for 0, SH x 2, 1 rbi

Rooker         0 for 1

Clines           0 for 1

 

Reds

Rose          0 for 3, HBP

Morgan      2 for 4, HR, 1 run, 1 rbi

Driessen    1 for 3, BB, 1 run, 1 rbi

Perez        2 for 4, 2B, 1 run, 1 rbi

Bench       0 for 3, BB, 1 run

Kosco       1 for 3, BB, 1 run, 3 rbi

Stahl         1 for 4

Chaney     0 for 4

Grimsley   1 for 3, 1 run

 

 

Winning pitcher - Grimsley

Losing pitcher -    Moose

Save - Borbon

Stolen Base -  none

Caught Stealing - none

 

Game changing play - Koscos 3 run blast in the bottom of the 4th.

 

The series now moves to Pittsburgh where hopefully the Pirates can avoid the sweep.

 

 

 
From: SportsNutty7/25/15 3:19 PM 
To: All  (3 of 9) 
 28889.3 in reply to 28889.2 

Game 3

Pirates @ Reds

    1             2

                                         R    H   E

Reds     1 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 0   2    7    1

Pirates  0 1 0  0 0 0  0 0 0   1    5    1

 

 

Box Score

Pittsburgh

Clines          0 for 4

Cash            0 for 4

Oliver          1 for 4

Stargell       2 for 4, HR, 1 run, 1 rbi

Sanguillen   0 for 4, ROE

Robertson   1 for 4

Hebner        1 for 2, BB      

Maxwill        0 for 3, BB

Ellis             0 for 2

Zisk             0 for 1

Stennett      0 for 1

 

Reds

Rose            1 for 3, ROE, 2B, 1 run

Morgan        2 for 4, 2B, 1 run

Tolan           0 for 3, SF, 1 rbi

Bench          1 for 4, 1 rbi

Perez           0 for 4

Concepcion  1 for 4

Menke          1 for 3, 2B, BB

Geronimo     0 for 4

Gullett          1 for 3

 

 

Winning pitcher - Gullett - complete game

Losing pitcher -    Ellis

Save - None

Stolen Base -  Morgan, Concepcion, Oliver

Caught Stealing - none

Replay time - 22 minutes

 

Keys to the game: The Pirates had a chance to take control of the game in the bottom of the 4th. Gullett struck out Maxvill with the bases loaded to end the threat. The Reds pushed across the winning run in the top of the 6th. Rose led off with a double and advanced to 3rd on Morgan's fly out to right. He then tagged and scored on Tolan's sac fly to Center. The Reds sweep the series but every game was close.

A friend played out this series and he had the Pirates winning as they out homered the Reds 9 to 3. I don't remember how many games the series went.

I'll try an American league match up next.

 

 

 
From: SportsNutty7/26/15 8:27 PM 
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 28889.4 in reply to 28889.3 

Just doing a few random series now. Next is a 3 game series with the Reds @ Atlanta

Game 1

Reds @ Braves

   4            5

                                           R    H   E

Reds       0 0 0  0 0 0  3 1 0   4    7    0

Braves    0 0 0  0 3 0  0 1 1   5   10   0

 

Box Score

Reds

Rose            3 for 4, BB, 2B x 2

Morgan        1 for 3, BB, HBP, HR, 2 rbi's, 1 run

Tolan           0 for 5

Bench          0 for 4

Perez           1 for 4

Concepcion  1 for 4, HR, 1 rbi, 1 run

Menke          0 for 1, BB x 3, 1 run

Geronimo     1 for 4, 2B, 1 run

Norman        1 for 2

Driessen       0 for 0, SF, 1 rbi

Stahl             0 for 1

 

Braves

Garr            0 for 1, BB

Oates          0 for 5

Aaron          2 for 4, 2B, BB, 1 run

Evans          3 for 4, BB, 3B, HR, 3 rbi's, 2 runs

Lum             0 for 3, BB, HBP, 1 rbi

Baker          1 for 3, BB, 2B

Johnson      1 for 4, HR, 1 rbi, 1 run     

Perez           1 for 4

Harrison      0 for 2, BB

Jackson       0 for 1

Goggin        2 for 3, 1 run

 

Winning pitcher - House

Losing pitcher -    Borbon

Save - none

Stolen Base -  Morgan

Caught Stealing - None

Replay time - 33 minutes

 

Pitchers used:

Reds - Norman, Hall, Carroll, Borbon

Braves - Harrison, Panther, House

 

Game notes: Each team had a 3 run inning powered by the long ball. I used lineup 1 for each team without checking right/left batter splits. As the Braves were facing a left hander I noticed after 2 at bats for Garr that he only bats about .130 vs left handers. I replaced Garr with Goggins in LF at the start of the 3rd inning. The game had a walk off rbi grounder by Lum that score Evans who had tripled previously. There was a total of 11 walks in the game for both teams. Norman, who started for the Reds issued 6 walks in the first 3 innings but managed to wiggle of the hook each time leaving them all stranded. He was aided by a double play in the 3rd. Walk off wins are always fun as are sea-saw games as this one became once the Reds tallied 3 in the 7th.

I probably added 5 minutes to the replay time from taking a long time deciding on the pitcher changes.

  • Edited July 26, 2015 8:30 pm  by  SportsNutty
 

 
From: SportsNutty7/27/15 11:54 AM 
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Game 6

Reds @ Braves

   6            5

                                           R    H   E

Reds       0 1 0  0 3 0  0 2 0   6    9    1

Braves    0 2 0  0 2 1  0 0 0   5    8    1

 

Box Score

Reds

Rose            2 for 5, 1 run

Morgan        1 for 4, BB

Kosco          2 for 5, HR 3 rbi's, 1 run

Bench          0 for 2, BB x2, 1 run

Perez           1 for 4, ROE, 2B, 1 run

Concepcion  1 for 4, 1 run, 1 rbi

Menke          1 for 3, SF, 2 rbi's

Geronimo     1 for 4

McGlothlin    0 for 1, BB, 1 run

Driessen       0 for 1

Plummer       0 for 1

 

Braves

Garr            0 for 5

Oates          1 for 5, 2 rbi's

Aaron          1 for 4, 2B

Evans          1 for 4, HR, 1 rbi, 1 run

Lum             0 for 2, BB x 2, 1 run

Baker          3 for 4, HR, 2 rbi's, 1 run

Goggin        1 for 4, 1 run     

Perez          1 for 3, HBP, 1 run

Reed           0 for 2, ROE, SH

Johnson      0 for 1   

 

Winning pitcher - Hall

Losing pitcher -   House

Save - Borbon

Stolen Base -  Concepcion, Garr, Baker

Caught Stealing - None

Replay time - 30 minutes

 

Pitchers used:

Reds - McGlothlin, Nelson, Hall, Carroll, Borbon

Braves - Reed, House, Devine

 

Game notes: The Braves had a week bullpen that year and the Reds got to House in the 8th to come from behind. Defense played a big role in this game with lots of defensive checks, both positive and negative. Four times the defense altered the play outcome either for good or for bad. I only mark when the play gets altered and there were several checks where the play was unchanged.

Key play: In the bottom of the 6th the Braves had a runner thrown out at third trying to tag on a fly out. Three consecutive batters had reached and that play changed the complexion of the inning.

 

 
From: SportsNutty7/27/15 4:09 PM 
To: All  (6 of 9) 
 28889.6 in reply to 28889.5 

I was a McD's when I realized I had left the 1973 Reds and Braves teams sitting at home next to the computer. So I did a quick game from 1897.

1897 game

St. Louis Browns @ Cleveland Spiders - featuring Cy Young

        5                                  10

                                               R    H     E

Browns     0 0 1  0 0 0  0 4 0     5    10    1

Spiders     3 1 0  6 0 0  1 0 --   10   14    3

 

Box Score

A lot of stuff happened. :P

 

 

 

Winning pitcher - Cy Young - Complete game

Losing pitcher -   Donahue - got rocked in the 4th and only lasted 4 innings

Save - None

Stolen Base -  None

Caught Stealing - None

Replay time - 27 minutes

 

Pitchers used:

Browns - Donahue, Esper, Sudhoff

Spiders - Young

 

Game notes: Only 1 of the runs off of Cy Young was earned. The Spiders committed 2 errors in the 8th that allowed the Browns to score 4 late runs.

  • Edited July 27, 2015 4:09 pm  by  SportsNutty
 

 
From: SportsNutty7/28/15 7:05 PM 
To: All  (7 of 9) 
 28889.7 in reply to 28889.6 

back to the rubber match for the 1973  Reds @ Atlanta

Game 3

Reds @ Braves

   3            5

                                           R    H   E

Reds       0 1 0  0 0 1  0 0 1   3    8    0

Braves    0 0 0  0 0 0  5 0 --   5   10   0

 

Box Score

Reds

Rose            0 for 5

Morgan        1 for 4, BB, 2B

Driessen       2 for 4, BB, 1 run

Perez           1 for 4, BB, HR, 1 run, 1 rbi

Bench          2 for 5, ROE

Kosco          1 for 4, 1 run

Plummer      1 for 3, BB

Chaney        0 for 2, BB, SF, 2 rbi's

Billingham    0 for 3

Geronimo     0 for 1, ROE

 

Braves

Goggin        1 for 3, BB, HR, 2rbi's, 1 run

Perez           1 for 2, BB x 2, 1 run

Evans          1 for 3, BB, 1 run

Baker          2 for 4, 3B, 2 rbi's

Johnson      0 for 3, BB    

Garr            0 for 4

Dietz           1 for 4, 2B, 1 run

Casanova    1 for 4, 1 run

Morton        0 for 2

Aaron          0 for 0, SF, 1 rbi

Jackson       0 for 1

 

 

Winning pitcher - Morton

Losing pitcher -    Billingham

Save - Frisella

Stolen Base -  None

Caught Stealing - None

Replay time - 23 minutes

 

Pitchers used:

Reds - Billingham, Carroll, Nelson

Braves - Morton, Gentry, Frisella

 

Game notes: Billingham had a no hitter going for 5 and 2/3rds. Then in the 7th inning the wheels came off. Billingham exited after allowing 3 runs and with runners on 1st and 2nd. Carroll came on in relief and pormply gave up a 2 rbi triple. After Billinghams stellar start he was tagged for all 5 runs and the loss. I used a lot of bench players for both teams in this one. Bench was in right field for the Reds.

I probably added 5 minutes to the replay time from taking a long time deciding on the pitcher changes.

 

 
From: SportsNutty8/7/15 2:20 PM 
To: All  (8 of 9) 
 28889.8 in reply to 28889.7 

An inter league game featuring the Reds at the O's. I was using NL rules even though the game was at Baltimore.

Game 3

Reds @ Orioles

   0            6

                                           R    H   E

Reds       0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0   0    3    0

Orioles    0 3 0  0 0 2  1 0 --   6    8   0

 

Box Score

Reds

Rose            0 for 1, BB x 3

Morgan        1 for 4

Tolan           0 for 4

Bench          0 for 4

Perez           0 for 4

Concepcion  0 for 3, BB

Menke          1 for 4, 2B

Geronimo     0 for 2, BB

Billingham    0 for 2

Chaney        1 for 1, 2B

Driessen       0 for 1

 

Orioles

Bumbry        1 for 4, 2B, 2 rbi's

Goggin         2 for 4, HR, 1rbi, 1 run

Rettenmund 0 for 3, BB, 1 run

Powell          0 for 4

Robinson     1 for 4, 1 rbi, 1 run

Williams       2 for 4, HR, 1 rbi, 1 run   

Grich            0 for 3, BB, 1 run

Belanger      1 for 3, 2B, 1 rbi

Palmer         1 for 3, 1 run

 

Winning pitcher - Palmer, complete game- 0 runs on 3 hits with 7 K's and 4 walks.

Losing pitcher -    Billingham

Save - None

Stolen Base -  Rettenmund, Concepcion

Caught Stealing - None

 

 

Pitchers used:

Reds - Billingham, Hall

Orioles - Palmer

 

Game notes: The O's jumped on top posting 3 runs in the bottom of the 3rd. With 1 out, Williams hit a solo home run. Grich then drew a and after Belanger made the 2nd out of the inning, Palmer singled to left. This brought up Bumbry who had a bases clearing double to center field.

The best opportunity for the Reds to break through was in the top of the 4th. With runners on 2nd and 3rd with 2 outs, Belanger made a diving stop at short to retire Bench and saving at least 1 run. Palmer continued to cruise through the Reds lineup with the aid of 2 more stellar plays by his defense behind him.

 

 
From: SportsNutty8/10/15 2:26 PM 
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Another inter league game featuring the Reds at the O's. This time using the DH.

 

Reds @ Orioles

   0            1

                                               R    H   E

Reds       0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  0   0    6    0

Orioles    0 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 0  1   1    5   0

 

Box Score

Reds

Rose            0 for 4

Morgan        0 for 3, BB

Kosco          1 for 2, BB

Bench          1 for 3, BB

Perez           0 for 4

Concepcion  2 for 4

Menke          0 for 4

Stahl            2 for 4

Driessen       0 for 4

Toaln            0 for 1

Driessen       0 for 1

 

Orioles

Bumbry         0 for 4

Goggins        1 for 4

Rettenmund  2 for 3, BB

Davis             0 for 3

Baylor           0 for 3, BB

Robinson      1 for 4, HR, 1 rbi , 1 run

Williams        0 for 2, BB  

Grich            0 for 3

Belanger      1 for 2, BB

Powell         0 for 1

 

Winning pitcher - Jackson

Losing pitcher -    Carroll

Save - None

Stolen Base -  None

Caught Stealing - Belanger, Coggins, Morgan

 

 

Game notes:  A Pitchers dual throughout. It felt like whichever team hit a home run would win and Robinson cam through with a walk off bomb in the bottom of the 10th.  Bench and Williams both shut down the opposing teams running game. I tried to manufacture some runs but neither catcher would have any of that.

 

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