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Thanks Bob, good to hear.
This one will, if I keep plugging at it, have a "Mike Mathias" vibe to it from the Replay forums, with my own touches, of course.
Being a stat nerd, I love entering the stats, and seeing the compiled reports, and building stat reports (that I share). But my least favorite part is doing a game report for EVERY game, which in a full season attempt, is a LOT of reports. So I am working on something so that I can give a quick summary of the game, with the linescore, WP/LP/SV.
We shall see how it shakes out.
Perhaps spotlight a couple games a week, then post who's hot, who's not
Yeah, that had crossed my mind.
I'll figure something out.
Most of it stems from me thinking as I do a full game report - "I could be playing another game right now!" LOL.
I am hoping that as I learn the game engine, my times speed up - averaging about 30 minutes right now. That may help.
I am definitely in the "Post Less, Play More" stage in my gaming career
Monday April 7, 1986
Detroit - 6 (1-0) vs Boston - 0 (0-1)
Jack Morris (1-0) tossed a complete-game 2-hit shutout over Boston on opening day for the Tigers
as they overcome Bruce Hurst (0-1) and the Red Sox at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers got 2 in the second when
Dave Collins singled home Darrell Evans, and was driven in two batters later by Kirk Gibson.
Gibson added a 3-run HR (1) in the 8th off Sammy Stewart. Chet Lemon also had a solo-shot (1) in the 7th.
Boston Red Sox 000 000 000 - 0R 2H 1E 4LOB
Detroit Tigers 020 000 13X - 6R 11H 0E 13LOB
WP - Jack Morris (1-0)
LP - Bruce Hurst (0-1)
Philadelphia - 12 (1-0) at Cincinnati - 6 (0-1)
The Phillies pound Cincinnati starter Mario Soto (0-1) for 7 runs in 2 innings of work, getting home runs from Von Hayes (1)
and Mike Schmidt (1). For his part, Philadelphia starter Steve Carlton went 6, giving up 11 hits and
4 runs. He was also 1-2 at the plate with a double and a sac-fly.
Philadelphia Phillies 025 002 030 - 12R 16H 0E 10LOB
Cincinnati Reds 000 102 200 - 6R 15H 0E 5LOB
WP - Steve Carlton (1-0)
LP - Mario Soto (0-1)
Baltimore - 5 (1-0) vs Cleveland - 3 (0-1)
Baltimore got two in the 6th, and 3 in the 7th on a 3-run homer from Eddie Murray (1). Mike Flanagan (1-0) went
7.2 strong innings for the Orioles, gave up 3 runs on a homer from Joe Carter (1). Don Aase pitched the last 1.1
for the save.
Cleveland Indians 000 000 030 - 3R 10H 0E 6LOB
Baltimore Orioles 000 002 30X - 5R 10H 0E 7LOB
WP - Mike Flanagan (1-0)
LP - Ken Schrom (0-1)
SV - Don Aase (1)
Chicago White Sox - 6 (1-0) vs Milwaukee Brewers - 1 (0-1)
Tom Seaver (1-0) carried a shutout into the 9th, but gave up a run to spoil it as the ChiSox top the
Brewers by a 6-1 final. Chicago got a run in the 4th when Ron Kittle doubled, moved to third on a passed ball
by Rick Cerone, and score on a Greg Walker Single. They added 3 more in the 5th, all with two outs, including one that
came home on a muffed relay throw by Ernie Riles at short. Tim Hulett capped the scoring in the 7th with a 2-run Home Run (1).
Milwaukee Brewers 000 000 001 - 1R 6H 1E 5LOB
Chicago White Sox 000 130 20X - 6R 11H 0E 9LOB
WP - Tom Seaver (1-0)
LP - Teddy Higuera (0-1)
Los Angeles - 4 (1-0) vs San Diego - 2 (0-1)
After a rough first inning in which Steve Garvey smacked a 2-run Home Run (1), Fernando Valenzuela (1-0) settled down and
pitched a complete game against the Padres. The Dodgers tied it up in the 3rd when Valenzuela lined a double down
the RF line, Garvey was close to making the catch, but was unable to, Mariano Duncan walked, and two batters later
they both scored on a single from Bill Madlock. They went ahead in the 6th when Madlock singled, moved to third on
a single from Greg Brock. With one out, Franklin Stubbs doubled them both home. For his part, Stubbs was thrown out
at home to end the inning on a single from Steve Sax. Eric Show (0-1) took the loss.
San Diego Padres 200 000 000 - 2R 7H 1E 7LOB
Los Angeles Dodgers 002 002 00X - 4R 9H 1E 6LOB
WP - Fernando Valenzuela (1-0)
LP - Eric Show (0-1)
Tuesday April 8, 1986 Schedule of Games
Kansas City Royals (Buddy Black 0-0 0.00) at New York Yankees (Ron Guidry 0-0 0.00)
Minnesota Twins (Frank Viola 0-0 0.00) at Oakland Athletics (Chris Codiroli 0-0 0.00)
California Angels (Mike Witt 0-0 0.00) at Seattle Mariners (Mike Moore 0-0 0.00)
Toronto Blue Jays (Dave Stieb 0-0 0.00) at Texas Rangers (Jose Guzman 0-0 0.00)
Montreal Expos (Bryn Smith 0-0 0.00) at Atlanta Braves (Rick Mahler 0-0 0.00)
San Francisco Giants (Mike Krukow 0-0 0.00) at Houston Astros (Nolan Ryan 0-0 0.00)
San Diego Padres (Dave Dravecky 0-0 0.00) at Los Angeles Dodgers (Orel Hershiser 0-0 0.00)
New York Mets (Dwight Gooden 0-0 0.00) at Pittsburgh Pirates (Rick Reuschel 0-0 0.00)
Chicago Cubs (Rick Sutcliffe 0-0 0.00) at St. Louis Cardinals (John Tudor 0-0 0.00)