CHI 4, PIT 3 W-Aguirre 2-2 L-Dal Canton 3-4 Beckert 2-out walk-off single.
MON 3, STL 2 W-Robertson 6-6 L-Carlton 10-4 S-McGinn(2) HR-Bailey(4) Jones(8)
NY 12, PHI 11 (11inns) W-McGraw 3-5 L-Palmer 0-1 HR-D.Johnson 2(8) Money(3) Swoboda(3)phGW Money 4 rbi, Swoboda 1-out solo pinch hit walk-off HR.
NY 4, PHI 3 (12inns) W-Ryan 1-0 L-Wilson 1-7 HR-Joseph(3) Agee(11) Dyer(1)ph Money 5 hits, Garrett 0-out walk-off single.
LA 7, ATL 3 W-Osteen 7-3 L-Reed 6-5 HR-Haller(7) H.Aaron(22)
CIN 6, SD 3 W-Culver 6-1 L-Santorini 3-13 HR-Bench(9) Tolan 4 rbi.
HOU 2, SF 0 W-Dierker 6-7 L-Marichal 6-7 HR-Wynn(11) Dierker 1-hitter
In a season replay like this one, when it's all over, only a very few games stand out enough to be remembered when it's all said and done. In my 1967 AL, I remember Boston staying alive with a nail-biter win against the Tigers, and Don Mincher's total destruction of his former Twins teammates. In my '65 replay I recall Ron Perranoski going down in flames as the eventual champion Reds beat back the Dodgers in a September series. In '61 I remember Orlando Cepeda's quest for 60 HR going down to the last day, when he had to settle for 59. And when '69 NL is done, I think I'll remember the Mets sweeping the Phillies in a crazy doubleheader at Shea Stadium that may have finally set the Mets on the winning track. Fasten your seat belts. Here we go!
|Even his mother doesn't remember him.|
|He'll end this.|
|He's got the moves!|
|"Usher Man is strong"|
|The Orsino Board allowed him his whimper of protest.|