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1986 MLB Replay   Replays and Great Games Played

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From: Brett (kingnthg)


Games of Tuesday April 8, 1986

New York Yankees - 11 (1-0) vs Kansas City Royals - 4 (0-1)
The Yankee bats showed up on opening day, as they put 11 up on the defending World Series
Champion, Royals, and Lou Pinella wins his managerial debut.   Henry Cotto went 3-3 with a Home Run (1),
Willie Randolph also drove in 3. Ron Guidry (1-0) went 8, giving up 9 hits and 4 runs.
Bud Black lasted just 3.2 and gave up 7 of the Yankee runs.

Kansas City Royals 000 020 002 -  4R 9H 0E 4LOB
New York Yankees   020 504 00X - 11R 8H 0E 7LOB
WP - Ron Guidry (1-0)
LP - Buddy Black (0-1)

Montreal Expos - 3 (1-0) at Atlanta Braves - 0 (0-1)
Bryn Smith (1-0) tossed a 3-hit shutout against the Braves on opening night in Atlanta.  He gave up a 
double to Dale Murphy in the first, and two singles in the 5th, and that was it for hits for 
Atlanta.  Dann Billardello smacked a 2-run Home Run (1) in the 7th, and they added a single 
run in the 8th when Mitch Webster singled home Hubie Brooks.

Montreal Expos 000 000 210 - 3R 11H 1E 11LOB
Atlanta Braves 000 000 000 - 0R  3H 1E  8LOB
WP - Bryn Smith (1-0)
LP -  Rick Mahler (0-1)

Pittsburgh Pirates - 2 (1-0) vs New York Mets - 1 (0-1)
Jim Morrison stars offensively for the Pirates as he drives in both of their runs with two separate
1-run Doubles - one in the 2nd and one in the 4th.  Those were really the only blemishes on Dwight Gooden's (0-1)
record for this game, as he goes the full 8.  For the Mets, Darryl Strawberry doubled home Wally Backman 
in the 6th.  They got George Foster to third in the top of the 9th off Don Robinson (SV, 1) when Sid Bream 
fielded a slow roller, and tried to toss to Robinson at first, but threw the ball away, way down the line, 
allowing Foster to get to third, but he would be stranded there.

New York Mets      000 001 000 - 1R 5H 1E 8LOB
Pittsburgh Pirates 010 100 00X - 2R 6H 1E 5LOB
WP - Rick Reuschel (1-0)
LP - Dwight Gooden (0-1)
SV - Don Robinson (1)

St. Louis Cardinals - 5 (1-0) vs Chicago Cubs - 4 (0-1)
The Cardinals score single runs in the 5th, 6th, 7th (off Rick Sutcliffe), 8th, and 9th (off Lee Smith, 0-1)
to take a 5-4 win over the Cubs.  Chicago had jumped out to a 4-0 lead heading into the bottom of the 5th - a Leon Durham
solo, lead off HR (1) in the 4th, followed by a double from Brian Dayette and singles from Shawon Dunston and Bob Dernier
made it 3-0, and in the 5th, Ryne Sandberg led off with a single, moved to second on a ground out, and scored on
a Jody Davis single.  The Cardinals had some baserunning mistakes early - Andy Van Slyke was picked off first to
end the second, and Mike Heath was caught stealing in the 3rd.  Chicago had their fair share too - Dernier was thrown
out at the plate by Vince Coleman for a double play in the first, and later Rick Sutcliffe was thrown out at home by
Willie McGee to end the 6th on a single to center by Manny Trillo.

Chicago Cubs        000 310 000 - 4R 16H 1E 12LOB
St. Louis Cardinals 000 011 111 - 5R  8H 0E  7LOB
WP - Todd Worrell (1-0)
LP -  Lee Smith (0-1)

Toronto Blue Jays - 6 (1-0) at Texas Rangers - 2 (0-1)
Toronto piled on Rangers starter, Jose Guzman (0-1) with a 4-run 3rd - started by a solo-homer from 
LLoyd Moseby (1).  Tony Fernandez followed with a single and his second SB of the game.  After a strike out 
and a walk to Willie Upshaw, George Bell singled home Fernandez, and then Jesse Barfield followed with a double that 
scored both Upshaw and Bell.  Toronto starter, Dave Stieb (1-0) went 8, striking out 7 Ranger batters.  Dennis Lamp 
got into trouble in the 9th, loading the bases, forcing Tom Henke out for the save, his 1st of the season.

Toronto Blue Jays 104 000 001 - 6R 12H 0E 6LOB
Texas Rangers     020 000 000 - 2R  6H 0E 7LOB
WP - Dave Stieb (1-0)
LP - Jose Guzman (0-1)
SV -  Tom Henke (1)

Houston Astros - 6 (1-0) vs San Francisco Giants - 3 (0-1)
Nolan Ryan struck out 12 Giant batters in 7 innings of work, and light-hitting Dickie Thon must have had
his hitting shoes on, as he smacked 2 solo Home Runs (2).  The Giants tried to make a game out of it, getting
2 in the top of the 9th off Julio Solano, but he got Dan Gladden to line to short to end the game, stranding
Dan Drissen at second.

San Francisco Giants 000 000 102 - 3R  5H 2E 7LOB
Houston Astros       001 001 31X - 6R 10H 0E 7LOB
WP - Nolan Ryan (1-0)
LP - Mike Krukow (0-1)

Seattle Mariners - 6 (1-0) vs California Angels - 5 (0-1) (10 Innings)
It was a game of Home Runs - Seattle hit 5: 2 from Gorman Thomas (2), and 1 each from Alvin Davis (1), 
Jim Presley (1) - the game winner, and Danny Tartabull (1).  California hit 2 - including Wally Joyner's first
career Home Run - in his 3rd AB.  His first AB, he smacked a double.  Ruppert Jones hit the other.  The Angels
jumped out to a 3-0 lead, Seattle tied it in the 4th.  California scored 2 in the 5th, and Seattle tied it in
the 5th.  The Angels had a chance to take the lead in the top of the 9th - Bobby Grich was on second with
two outs after Ruppert Jones bunted him there, and Wally Joyner up.  He hit a base hit to left, Grich
tried to motor home, but was gunned down at the plate by Phil Bradley.  Presley hit the game winner with
1 out in the bottom of the 10th.

California Angels 021 020 000 0 - 5R 11H 0E 10LOB
Seattle Mariners  000 320 000 1 - 6R 11H 3E  8LOB
WP - Bill Swift (1-0)
LP - Jim Slaton (0-1)

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Standings through games of April 8, 1986

Schedule of Games for Wednesday April 9, 1986

Cleveland Indians (Neal Heaton 0-0 0.00) at Baltimore Orioles (Mike Boddicker 0-0 0.00)
Milwaukee Brewers (Tim Leary 0-0 0.00) at Chicago White Sox (Richard Dotson 0-0 0.00)
Boston Red Sox (Oil Can Boyd 0-0 0.00) at Detroit Tigers (Frank Tanana 0-0 0.00)
Kansas City Royals (Charlie Leibrandt 0-0 0.00) at New York Yankees (Ed Whitson 0-0 0.00)
Minnesota Twins (Mike Smithson 0-0 0.00) at Oakland Athletics (Jose Rijo 0-0 0.00)
California Angels (John Candelaria 0-0 0.00) at Seattle Mariners (Mark Langston 0-0 0.00)
Toronto Blue Jays (Doyle Alexander 0-0 0.00) at Texas Rangers (Ed Correa 0-0 0.00)
Philadelphia Phillies (Shane Rawley 0-0 0.00) at Cincinnati Reds (Tom Browning 0-0 0.00)
San Francisco Giants (Scott Garrelts 0-0 0.00) at Houston Astros (Mike Scott 0-0 0.00)
San Diego Padres (Andy Hawkins 0-0 0.00) at Los Angeles Dodgers (Bob Welch 0-0 0.00)

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Games of Wednesday April 9, 1986

Detroit Tigers - 4 (2-0) vs Boston Red Sox - 1 (0-2) (10 Innings)
Starters, Oil Can Boyd for Boston and Frank Tanana for Detroit, locked horns and virtually
matched each other out-for-out through the first 6 1/2 innings.  The Tigers got on the board
first in the bottom of the 7th when Mike Laga walked. Tom Brookens ran for him, and Chet Lemon
sac'd Brookens to second.  After a Darnell Coles strike out, Dave Collins doubled Brookens
home for the run.  Boston answered right back with a lead-off solo home run in the 8th from
Dwight Evans (1).  They stayed that way until the bottom of the 10th, with Bob Stanley on for
Boston, Coles walked, Collins bunted him to second, and after intentionally walking Lou Whittaker,
Kirk Gibson smacked a 3-Run HR (2) to give the win to the Tigers.

Boston Red Sox - 000 000 010 0 - 1R 5H 0E 8LOB
Detroit Tigers - 000 000 100 3 - 4R 9H 1E 7LOB
WP - Randy O'Neal (1-0)
LP -  Bob Stanley (0-1)

Chicago White Sox - 5 (2-0) vs Milwaukee Brewers - 4 (0-2)
The ChiSox got 3 in the bottom of the second off Tim Leary, capped by a 2-run double from Ozzie
Guillen.  The Brewers however answered right back with 4 in the top of the 3rd off Rich Dotson,
all coming with 2-outs - Paul Molitor doubled and scored on Billy Jo Robidoux single. After
an Earnest Riles infield single, Rob Deer doubled home Molitor, and then Paul Householder 
doubled home both Riles and Deer.  They could have gotten more, but Householder was thrown out
trying to score by Carlton Fisk in left after a Jim Gatner single.  In the bottom of the inning,
Harold Baines singled, and was brought home to tie it on a Greg Walker triple.  Ron Kittle 
hit a solo home run (1) in the bottom of the 6th for the difference maker.  The ChiSox bullpen
retired the last 9 Brewer Batters - Bill Dawley for 2 innings, and Bob James for his first
save of the '86 campaign.

Milwaukee Brewers - 004 000 000 - 4R 12H 2E 10LOB
Chicago White Sox - 031 001 00X - 5R  7H 0E  6LOB
WP - Juan Agosto (1-0)
LP - Tim Leary (0-1)
SV - Bob James (1)

Oakland Athletics - 5 (2-0) vs Minnesota Twins - 1 (0-2)
Mickey Tettleton smacked a 3-run Home Run (1) in the bottom of the second, and Oakland 
didn't look back.  Jose Rijo went 8 strong innings, striking out 11 Twin batters.  Tom Brunansky 
and Roy Smalley did manage doubles for Minnesota.  Brunansky scored two batters later on a 
Randy Bush ground out after moving to third on a fly to right for the Twins only run of the day.

Minnesota Twins   - 000 100 000 - 1R 4H 0E 5LOB
Oakland Athletics - 031 010 00X - 5R 7H 0E 5LOB
WP - Jose Rijo (1-0)
LP - Mike Smithson (0-1)


Kansas City Royals - 8 (1-1) at New York Yankees - 4 (1-1)
Both starters, Charlie Leibrandt for Kansas City and Ed Whitson for New York decided that today
would be 'Walk-Fest 86'.  They combined for a total of 12 walks between them, in 7 total innings of work.
Leibrandt went, walking 7 Yankee batters, but somehow only allowing 2 runs, he ended up with a no-decision.
Whitson went 4, walked 5 and gave up 5 runs to the Royals.  He took the loss.  Mark Huismann (1-0) ended
up with the win in 3 innings of work.  Jim Sundberg was 2-4 with 4RBI for KC.

Kansas City Royals - 030 210 002 - 8R 10H 0E 10LOB
New York Yankees   - 011 001 100 - 4R 12H 1E 14LOB
WP - Mark Huismann (1-0)
LP - Ed Whitson (0-1)


Cleveland Indians - 8 (1-1) at Baltimore Orioles - 1 (1-1)
'Walk-Fest 86' continued in this game - Neal Heaton (1-0) starting for Cleveland walked an astounding
8 Oriole batters in 6.1 innings of work - NONE of them scored though for Baltimore.  Meanwhile
Orioles starter, Mike Boddicker (0-1) walked 5 Indian hitters in 5 innings.  He took the loss as he 
gave up 4 runs, 3 earned - the unearned came as a result of an error by Boddicker himself, with the bases loaded
in the 3rd inning, Julio Franco chopped it back to Boddicker, he threw wildly home, allowing Joe Carter
to score, Brett Butler tried to score on the play too, but was thrown out at home.  Mel Hall was
4-4 with 2 RBI for Cleveland.  Eddie Murray walked 3 times for Baltimore.

Cleveland Indians - 001 304 000 - 8R 13H 3E  8LOB
Baltimore Orioles - 001 000 000 - 1R  7H 1E 15LOB
WP - Neal Heaton (1-0)
LP - Mike Boddicker (0-1)


Cincinnati Reds - 3 (1-1) vs Philadelphia Phillies - 2 (1-1)
Steve Bedrosian came on in the 8th with a 2-1 lead, walked the first batter he faced, and then got 
the next two.  Into the 9th - he got the first two batters, then gave up a seemingly innocent 
walk to Buddy Bell.  Dave Parker then followed with a double, Bell stopped at third.  Bedrosian
them completely lost control, uncorking TWO wild pitches that score both Bell and Parker to 
give the Reds the win, and Bedrosian a blown save and loss (0-1).  John Franco got the win
with one inning of relief.

Philadelphia Phillies - 002 000 000 - 2R 6H 1E  8LOB
Cincinnati Reds       - 000 001 002 - 3R 7H 0E 10LOB
WP - John Franco (1-0)
LP - Steve Bedrosian (0-1)


Texas Rangers - 12 (1-1) vs Toronto Blue Jays - 4 (1-1)
Texas hammers Blue Jay starter Doyle Alexander (0-1) for 6 runs in 3.1 innings of work, and get a solid
start from Ed Correa (1-0) who goes 8 and strikes out 11 Toronto batters, allowing 4 runs - 2 earned.
Pete Incaviglia drives in 5 for Texas, including his first HR of the year as they also get 6 off the Toronto bullpen.

Toronto Blue Jays - 000 220 000 -  4R  5H 0E 7LOB
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Standings through April 9, 1986

Schedule of Games for Thursday April 10, 1986

American League
Cleveland Indians (Tom Candiotti 0-0 0.00) at Baltimore Orioles (Ken Dixon 0-0 0.00)
Milwaukee Brewers (Juan Nieves 0-0 0.00) at Chicago White Sox (Joel Davis 0-0 0.00)
Boston Red Sox (Al Nipper 0-0 0.00) at Detroit Tigers (Dan Petry 0-0 0.00)
Kansas City Royals (Bret Saberhagen 0-0 0.00) at New York Yankees (Joe Niekro 0-0 0.00)
Minnesota Twins (John Butcher 0-0 0.00) at Oakland Athletics (Moose Haas 0-0 0.00)
California Angels (Don Sutton 0-0 0.00) at Seattle Mariners (Matt Young 0-0 0.00)
Toronto Blue Jays (Jimmy Key 0-0 0.00) at Texas Rangers (Bobby Witt 0-0 0.00)

National League
Montreal Expos (Jay Tibbs 0-0 0.00) at Atlanta Braves (Zane Smith 0-0 0.00)
San Francisco Giants (Vida Blue 0-0 0.00) at Houston Astros (Bob Knepper 0-0 0.00)
San Diego Padres (Mark Thurmond 0-0 0.00) at Los Angeles Dodgers (Rick Honeycutt 0-0 0.00)
Chicago Cubs (Dennis Eckersley 0-0 0.00) at St. Louis Cardinals (Rick Ownbey 0-0 0.00)

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Games of Thursday April 10, 1986

New York Yankees - 8 vs Kansas City Royals - 7 (10 Innings)
Things looked bad at the start for the Yankees - the first 3 Royal batters reached base 
on errors - 2 by Bobby Meacham at short, and 1 by Willie Randolph at second.  They came 
home on a double by Frank White.  But the Yankees came back with 5 in the 4th - capped by 
a home run from Mike Pagliarulo.  Kansas Coty came back, and went ahead with 2 in the 5th
and 2 in the 7th, but Dan Quisenberry could not hold the lead, giving up a game tying
home run to Ken Griffey in the 9th.  Don Mattingly drove home Randolph in the 10th, also
off Quisenberry for the Yankee win.

Kansas City Royals - 300 020 200 0 - 7R 13H 1E 13LOB
New York Yankees   - 000 500 011 1 - 8R 11H 3E  3LOB
WP - Brian Fisher (1-0)
LP - Dan Quisenberry (0-1)

Detroit Tigers - 3 vs Boston Red Sox - 2
Detroit completed the opening series sweep of the Red Sox, winning 3-2.  Dan Petry (1-0) gave 
up a run in the first on a bases-loaded wild pitch, Al Nipper (0-1) matched that in the
bottom of the first.  The Tigers got two more in the bottom of the second, and the pitchers
matched wits at that point.  Petry went 8, and gave up 2 hits.  Willie Hernandez picked up
his first save of the season.  Boston went 10-91 in the series.

Boston Red Sox - 100 000 001 - 2R 3H 1E 8LOB
Detroit Tigers - 120 000 00X - 3R 8H 1E 8LOB
WP - Dan Petry (1-0)
LP - Al Nipper (0-1)
SV - Willie Hernandez (1)

Chicago White Sox - 3 vs Milwaukee Brewers - 2
The ChiSox hold on for the win, despite Bob James giving up a solo home run to Rob Deer, his
second of the game, to make it a one-run game.  Joel Davis started for Chicago and went 7,
giving up 7 hits including Deer's first HR.  Juan Nieves was good until the 6th, giving up
just 1 until then, he allowed 2 in the 6th and that was the difference.

Milwaukee Brewers - 000 100 001 - 2R 8H 1E 7LOB
Chicago White Sox - 010 002 00X - 3R 7H 0E 8LOB
WP - Joel Davis (1-0)
LP - Juan Nieves (0-1)
SV - Bob James (2)

St. Louis Cardinals - 8 vs Chicago Cubs - 2
The Cards get 7 runs in 5.2 innings off Cubs Starter Dennis Eckersley, 3 in the first which
were highlighted by a 2-run triple from Andy Van Slyke.  Vince Coleman had 2 stolen bases
in the 6th after driving in 2, he would score on a Willie McGee triple, and he scored on a 
Tom Herr double.  Rick Ownbey went 8, scattering 5 Cub hits, and striking out 5.

Chicago Cubs        - 100 000 100 - 2R  7H 1E 4LOB
St. Louis Cardinals - 300 005 00X - 8R 11H 0E 8LOB
WP - Rick Ownbey (1-0)
LP - Dennis Eckersley (0-1)

Minnesota Twins - 2 at Oakland Athletics - 1
Minnesota gets single runs in the 3rd - Gary Gaetti singled, moved to second on a bunt by
Chris Pittaro, and scored 2 batters later on a Kirby Puckett single - and 4th - a lead-off
double from Tom Brunansky, he scored on a Roy Smalley single.  That would be all they would
need, as they took the 2-1 lead then.  John Butcher was brilliant for Minnesota - going 
8 strong innings, with Ron Davis coming on for the save.  Moose Haas was almost equally
as brilliant, going 7 for Oakland, yielding to Tim Birtsas who pitched the last 2.

Minnesota Twins   - 001 100 000 - 2R 8H 0E 6LOB
Oakland Athletics - 010 000 000 - 1R 4H 0E 5LOB
WP - John Butcher (1-0)
LP - Moose Haas (0-1)
SV - Ron Davis (1)

Baltimore Orioles - 4 vs Cleveland Indians - 1
Starters, Ken Dixon for Baltimore and Tom Candiotti for Cleveland basically matched each 
other pitch-for-pitch through the first 5 - Dixon allowed just 2 Cleveland hits, Candiotti 
1 to Baltimore.  The Indians got a one out double in the 6th from Andy Allanson, he came
home two batters later on an Otis Nixon single.  Baltimore got their 4 in the bottom of the 
frame - Rick Dempsy led off with a double, he was bunted to third by Jackie Gutierrez.  Alan
Wiggins drove him home to tie it, John Shelby singled to right moving Wiggins to second, and
Cal Ripken doubled to right - it just scored Wiggins, but that would be enough.  Baltimore got
two more in the inning on errors from Cleveland.  Candiotti (0-1) went the distance in the loss,
Dixon went 8, Don Aase pitched the 9th for the save.

Cleveland Indians - 000 001 000 - 1R 9H 2E 7LOB
Baltimore Orioles - 000 004 00X - 4R 5H 0E 5LOB
WP - Ken Dixon (1-0)
LP - Tom Candiotti (0-1)
SV - Don Aase (2)

Montreal Expos - 2 at Atlanta Braves - 0
For the second game in-a-row, the Expos shutout the Braves - this time Jay Tibbs pitched
the complete game shutout, allowing 6 Brave hits, and striking out 5 batters.  The only
offense he would need was provided by Andre Dawson who smacked a 2-out, 2-run home run 
in the top of the 3rd inning.  Zane Smith went 8 for Atlanta, giving up 5 total hits, and
striking out 7 Montreal batters.

Montreal Expos - 002 000 000 - 2R 6H 1E 3LOB
Atlanta Braves - 000 000 000 - 0R 6H 0E 6LOB
WP - Jay Tibbs (1-0)
LP - Zane Smith (0-1)

Toronto Blue Jays - 4 at Texas Rangers - 1
Bobby Witt (0-1) held the Jays scoreless through 6, but in the 7th, Toronto busted him open, scoring
4 - started by loading the bases with no one out.  Lloyd Moseby hit a sac-fly to center, and
Tony Fernandez hit a slow roller in front of the plate that cost them Buck Martinez at third
but Rance Mulliniks followed with a 3-run Home Run.  Jimmy Key (1-0) went 7, and Tom Henke
went 2, getting a 6-out save.

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Standings Through April 10, 1986

Schedule of Games Friday April 11, 1986

American League
Boston Red Sox (Roger Clemens 0-0 0.00) at Chicago White Sox (Floyd Bannister 0-0 0.00)
Detroit Tigers (Walt Terrell 0-0 0.00) at Cleveland Indians (Phil Niekro 0-0 0.00)
Toronto Blue Jays (Jim Clancy 0-0 0.00) at Kansas City Royals (Mark Gubicza 0-0 0.00)
Seattle Mariners (Milt Wilcox 0-0 0.00) at Minnesota Twins (Bert Blyleven 0-0 0.00)
Milwaukee Brewers (Bill Wegman 0-0 0.00) at New York Yankees (Bob Tewksbury 0-0 0.00)
California Angels (Ron Romanick 0-0 0.00) at Oakland Athletics (Rick Langford 0-0 0.00)
Baltimore Orioles (Storm Davis 0-0 0.00) at Texas Rangers (Mike Mason 0-0 0.00)

National League
Atlanta Braves (David Palmer 0-0 0.00) at Houston Astros (Jim Deshaies 0-0 0.00)
San Francisco Giants (Roger Mason 0-0 0.00) at Los Angeles Dodgers (Jerry Reuss 0-0 0.00)
New York Mets (Ron Darling 0-0 0.00) at Philadelphia Phillies (Kevin Gross 0-0 0.00)
Chicago Cubs (Steve Trout 0-0 0.00) at Pittsburgh Pirates (Larry McWilliams 0-0 0.00)
Cincinnati Reds (John Denny 0-0 0.00) at San Diego Padres (Eric Show 0-1 6.00)
Montreal Expos (Joe Hesketh 0-0 0.00) at St. Louis Cardinals (Bob Forsch 0-0 0.00)