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Old 04-10-2019, 07:51 PM   #21
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JUNE 21, 1962
The Colt .45s have the day off. The Colt .45s are currently 0-5 on this road trip.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 49-19
Boston 41-27
New York 38-26
Detroit 34-31
Chicago 30-37
Cleveland 30-37
Baltimore 30-39
Washington 29-39
Los Angeles 27-38
Kansas City 27-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 55-16
San Francisco 46-24
Milwaukee 43-26
Pittsburgh 40-28
Philadelphia 40-32
Cincinnati 36-31
St Louis 26-42
New York 24-46
Chicago 21-48
Houston 16-54

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Al Spangler .274
Norm Larker .233
Don Taussig .229

HOME RUNS
Roman Mejias 10
Don Taussig 3
Two tied at 2

RBI
Roman Mejias 42
Don Taussig 31
Norm Larker 23

ERA
Bob Bruce 4.52
Ken T Johnson 4.86
Hal Woodeshick 5.09

WINS
Turk Farrell, Jim Golden and Ken T Johnson 3

STRIKEOUTS
Ken T Johnson 95
Turk Farrell 59
Bob Bruce 50

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM STATS AND NL RANK
Runs scored 214 10th
Batting average .217 10th
OBP .278 10th
OPS .580 10th
Batting WAR -4.4 10th
wOBA .258 10th
Home Runs 26 10th
Stolen Bases 13 9th
Runs against 322 7th
Starters ERA 4.64 9th
Bullpen ERA 3.10 5th
FIP 3.76 7th
Pitching WAR 8.1 8th
Strikeouts 386 t-4th
Defensive efficiency .689 7th
Zone Rating -18.9 9th
Errors 56 3rd

HOUSTON COLT .45S
CURRENT INJURIES
SS Don Buddin out, 1-2 weeks; IL, 9 days left.

SP Turk Farrell out, 3-4 months; 60-day IL, 33 days left.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 41-27 at Cleveland 30-37
Washington 29-39 at Detroit 34-31
Minnesota 49-19 at Chicago 30-37
Los Angeles 27-38 at Kansas City 27-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 21-48 at Philadelphia 40-32

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 3 Boston 1
Washington 11 Detroit 7
Minnesota 16 Chicago 3
Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago at Philadelphia ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins 3 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

2. Rich Rollins Minnesota Twins 4 for 6, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R

3. Jim King Washington Senators 2 for 4, HR, 6 RBI, 2 R

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JUNE 22, 1962
The Colt .45s resume their road trip with a four game weekend series in New York against the Mets. Both teams have lost five straight. The Mets lead the season series 5-3.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 38-26 at Detroit 34-32
Boston 41-28 at Baltimore 30-39
Washington 30-39 at Cleveland 31-37
Kansas City 28-42 at Chicago 30-38
Los Angeles 27-39 at Minnesota 50-19

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 21-48 at Pittsburgh 40-28
St Louis 26-42 at Philadelphia 40-32
Cincinnati 36-31 at Los Angeles 55-16
Milwaukee 43-26 at San Francisco 46-24

HOUSTON COLT .45S (16-54) AT NEW YORK METS (24-46)
MATCHUPS
SP Ken T Johnson vs Al Jackson Advantage Push
C Hal W Smith vs Hobie Landrith Advantage Push
1B Norm Larker vs Ed Bouchee Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Charlie Neal Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Felix Mantilla Advantage New York
SS Bob Lillis vs Elio Chacon Advantage New York
LF Al Spangler vs Frank J Thomas Advantage New York
CF Don Taussig vs Jim L Hickman Advantage New York
RF Roman Mejias vs Richie Ashburn Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the top of the second, Smith got the scoring started with an RBI single. Lillis also scored when Taussig grounded into a 5-4-3.

After three: Houston 2 New York 0.

In the top of the fourth, Smith hit a solo home run.

In the top of the sixth, the Colt .45s added to their lead when Lillis hit an RBI double. Spangler brought Lillis home with a single. Amalfitano followed with a single that loaded the bases with two out. Larker then brought two home with a single. The Colt .45s batted around the order in the inning.

After six: Houston 7 New York 0.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Mets loaded the bases with one out. Bouchee hit a sacrifice fly to score Hickman. It was the first run the Mets had scored against the Colt .45s in 25 innings.

The Colt .45s out hit the Mets 12-4 in the contest.

Final score: Houston 7 New York 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Ken T Johnson 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 7 Detroit 3
Baltimore 6 Boston 0
Washington 6 Cleveland 2
Los Angeles 5 Minnesota 3
Kansas City at Chicago ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 6 Chicago 5 10 innings
Philadelphia 6 St Louis 3
Cincinnati 5 Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 4 Milwaukee 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Chuck Estrada Baltimore Orioles 9.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 5 BB, 12 K, W

2. Ken T Johnson Houston Colt .45s 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 5 K, W

3. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers 7.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

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JUNE 23, 1962
Today is the second game in the series in New York between the Colt .45s and the Mets. The Mets have lost six straight. In the last 27 innings between these two teams, the Colt .45s have outscored the Mets 24-1.

Philadelphia Phillies SP Chris Short has a torn flexor tendon in his elbow and will miss the next 8 months.

Boston Red Sox SP Tracy Stallard has a torn UCL and will miss the next 13-14 months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 28-42 at Chicago 30-38 (2)
Boston 41-29 at Baltimore 31-39
Washington 31-39 at Cleveland 31-38
Los Angeles 28-39 at Minnesota 50-20
New York 39-26 at Detroit 34-33

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 26-43 at Philadelphia 41-32
Chicago 21-49 at Pittsburgh 41-28
Milwaukee 43-27 at San Francisco 47-24
Cincinnati 37-31 at Los Angeles 55-17

HOUSTON COLT .45S (17-54) AT NEW YORK METS (24-47)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob Bruce vs Craig Anderson Advantage Houston
C Merritt Ranew vs Hobie Landrith Advantage Houston
1B Norm Larker vs Ed Bouchee Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Charlie Neal Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Felix Mantilla Advantage New York
SS Bob Lillis vs Elio Chacon Advantage New York
LF Al Spangler vs Frank J Thomas Advantage New York
CF Don Taussig vs Jim L Hickman Advantage New York
RF Roman Mejias vs Richie Ashburn Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the bottom of the first, Mejias blasted a three run shot to put the Colt .45s on the board.

In the bottom of the second, Bouchee tied the game with a three run shot of his own.

In the bottom of the third, the Mets took the lead on a Hickman sacrifice fly. Mantilla followed with a run-scoring double.

After three: New York 5 Houston 3.

In the top of the fourth, Lillis brought a run home with a double.

In the top of the fifth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with nobody out. Mejias beat out the 6-4-3 and Spangler scored the tying run. Ranew followed with an RBI single to put the Colt .45s back in the lead. With runners at first and second and one out, Ray Daviault took the mound for the Mets. Mejias went on to score when Amalfitano grounded out to second.

After six: Houston 7 New York 5.

After a leadoff double in the top of the seventh, Ken MacKenzie took the mound for the Mets and got out of the inning without allowing the Colt .45s to add to their lead.

In the bottom of the seventh, Bruce walked the first two batters he faced and was replaced by Bobby Shantz. Neal made it a one run game with an RBI single.

Clem Labine took the mound for the Mets in the top of the eighth. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Aspromonte grounded into the 6-2 fielder's choice for the second out. Larker then struck out to retire the side.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, Ranew hit a solo home run to extend the Colt .45s lead to a pair of runs.

The Colt .45s got 15 hits in the contest.

Final score: Houston 8 New York 6.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Roman Mejias 1 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Kansas City 5 Game 1
Kansas City at Chicago Game 2 ppd
Baltimore 2 Boston 1 13 innings
Cleveland 4 Washington 0
Los Angeles 1 Minnesota 0
New York at Detroit ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 1 St Louis 0
Pittsburgh 8 Chicago 7
San Francisco 2 Milwaukee 0
Los Angeles 3 Cincinnati

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Art Mahaffey Philadelphia Phillies 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 10 K, W

2. Billy Pierce San Francisco Giants 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

3. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 11 K, W



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JUNE 24, 1962
The Colt .45s will conclude this series in New York with a Sunday double header against the Mets. The Mets have lost seven straight. The Colt .45s have a four game winning streak against the Mets.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators
3. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Camilo Pascual Minnesota Twins
5. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
2. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
3. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. Art Fowler Baltimore Orioles

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves
3. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds
3. Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCoy San Francisco Giants
2. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds
3. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. George Altman Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants
5. Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers

RELIEVER
1. Ron Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves
5. Don Nottebart Milwaukee Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 39-26 at Detroit 34-33 (2)
Boston 41-30 at Baltimore 32-39 (2)
Kansas City 28-43 at Chicago 31-38 (2)
Washington 31-40 at Cleveland 32-38 (2)
Los Angeles 29-39 at Minnesota 50-21 (2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 26-44 at Philadelphia 42-32 (2)
Chicago 21-50 at Pittsburgh 42-28 (2)
Milwaukee 43-28 at San Francisco 48-24
Cincinnati 37-32 at Los Angeles 56-17

HOUSTON COLT .45S (18-54) AT NEW YORK METS (24-48) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Jim Golden vs Bob L Miller Advantage New York
C Merritt Ranew vs Hobie Landrith Advantage New York
1B Norm Larker vs Ed Bouchee Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Charlie Neal Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Felix Mantilla Advantage Push
SS Bob Lillis vs Elio Chacon Advantage New York
LF Al Spangler vs Frank J Thomas Advantage New York
CF Don Taussig vs Jim L Hickman Advantage New York
RF Roman Mejias vs Richie Ashburn Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the bottom of the third, Neal put the Mets on the board with a two out RBI single.

After three: New York 1 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Golden walked the first three batters he faced. Landrith popped up to short for the first out. Bouchee, however, brought a pair home with a single. Ashburn added his own two run single with two out.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Mets got a run on a Landrith single. With runners at the corners and one out, George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s. Brunet got out of the inning without allowing any more runs.

After six: New York 6 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the seventh, Mantilla hit a solo home run.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth. Neal hit a two run homer with two out.

Miller finished off the complete game shutout.

The Mets got 11 hits in the contest.

Final score: New York 9 Houston 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bob L Miller 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

HOUSTON COLT .45S (18-55) AT NEW YORK METS (25-48) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Bobby Tiefenauer vs Roger Craig Advantage Push
C Hal W Smith vs Chris Cannizzaro Advantage Houston
1B Norm Larker vs Ed Bouchee Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Charlie Neal Advantage Push
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Felix Mantilla Advantage Push
SS Bob Lillis vs Elio Chacon Advantage New York
LF Al Spangler vs Frank J Thomas Advantage New York
CF Don Taussig vs Jim L Hickman Advantage New York
RF Roman Mejias vs Richie Ashburn Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the top of the first, Larker put the Colt .45s on the board with a two run double. Larker went on to score when Mejias grounded out to short.

In the bottom of the second, Cannizzaro put the Mets on the board with a two out RBI triple.

In the top of the third, Aspromonte scored on a Mejias sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the third, Hickman hit a two out two run homer to cut the deficit to a single run.

After three: Houston 4 New York 3.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: Houston 4 New York 3.

With one out in the bottom of the eighth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the top of the ninth, pinch hitter Merritt Ranew hit a two out RBI triple to make it a two run lead.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the ninth. He set the Mets down in order to get the save.

Final score: Houston 5 New York 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Roger Craig 9.0 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 3 New York 2 Game 1
Detroit 5 New York 4 Game 2
Baltimore 2 Boston 1 Game 1
Baltimore 4 Boston 2 Game 2
Kansas City 7 Chicago 3 Game 1
Kansas City 3 Chicago 0 Game 2
Cleveland 6 Washington 4 Game 1
Cleveland 8 Washington 5 Game 2
Minnesota 5 Los Angeles 3 Game 1
Los Angeles 5 Minnesota 4 10 innings Game 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 4 St Louis 1 Game 1
St Louis 6 Philadelphia 2 Game 2
Chicago 10 Pittsburgh 6 Game 1
Pittsburgh 7 Chicago 5 Game 2
San Francisco 5 Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati 6 Los Angeles 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. George Altman Chicago Cubs 6 for 10, 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 3 R

2. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians 4 for 7, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB

3. Charlie Neal New York Mets 5 for 8, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

David Segui of the Kansas City Athletics pitched a complete game shutout.

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JUNE 25, 1962
The Colt .45s will conclude their road trip with a two game series in Philadelphia against the Phillies. The Colt .45s are 3-6 so far on this road trip. The Phillies have won seven of their last eight. The Phillies lead the season series 6-1.

AL Player of the Week: LF Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins

NL Player of the Week: RF George Altman Chicago Cubs

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
2. San Francisco Giants
3. Minnesota Twins
4. Pittsburgh Pirates
5. Philadelphia Phillies
6. New York Yankees
7. Milwaukee Braves
8. Cincinnati Reds
9. Detroit Tigers
10. Boston Red Sox
11. Cleveland Indians
12. Baltimore Orioles
13. Los Angeles Angels
14. Chicago White Sox
15. Kansas City Athletics
16. Washington Senators
17. St Louis Cardinals
18. New York Mets
19. Chicago Cubs
20. Houston Colt .45s

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 39-28 at Detroit 36-33

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 27-45 at Chicago 22-51
Cincinnati 38-32 at San Francisco 49-24
New York 25-49 at Pittsburgh 43-29
Milwaukee 43-29 at Los 56-18

HOUSTON COLT .45S (19-55) AT PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (43-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Hal Woodeshick vs Jack Hamilton Advantage Push
C Merritt Ranew vs Clay Dalrymple Advantage Push
1B Norm Larker vs Roy Sievers Advantage Philadelphia
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Tony Taylor Advantage Philadelphia
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Don Demeter Advantage Philadelphia
SS Bob Lillis vs Ruben Amaro Sr Advantage Philadelphia
LF Al Spangler vs Ted Savage Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Tony Gonzalez Advantage Philadelphia
RF Roman Mejias vs Johnny Callison Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Philadelphia

In the top of the first, Mejias hit a two out two run homer.

In the top of the second, Woodeshick got a two out RBI single.

In thebottom of the second, Savage put the Phillies on the board with an RBI double. Amaro followed with an RBI single.

In the bottom of the third, Callison put the Phillies in the lead with a three run homer.

After three: Philadelphia 5 Houston 3.

In the top of the fifth, a Mejias RBI single cut the deficit to one. Amalfitano hit a two out two run triple to put the Colt .45s back in the lead.

In the bottom of the fifth, Dalrymple tied the game with an RBI single. With runners at first and second and nobody out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s. A walk loaded the bases with one out. Pinch hitter Billy Klaus put the Phillies back in the lead with a run-scoring single. Taylor grounded into the 6-2 for the second out. Gonzalez then flew to left to end the inning.

Don Ferrarese took the mound for the Phillies in the top of the sixth.

After six: Philadelphia 7 Houston 6.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

Frank Sullivan took the mound for the Phillies in the top of the ninth. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Mejias hit a fly ball to right for the second out. Ernie Fazio taggedup and headed home to tie the game. Callison threw the ball home. Dalrymple applied the tag....

YOU'RE OUT!

Game over.

The Phillies won despite committing three errors.

Final score: Philadelphia 7 Houston 6.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Johnny Callison 1 for 2, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 8 Detroit 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 6 Chicago 1
Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 1
Pittsburgh 3 New York 2 10 innings
Milwaukee 3 Los Angeles 2 11 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jim Maloney Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, W

2. Johnny Callison Philadelphia Phillies 1 for 2, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

3. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W



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JUNE 26, 1962
The Colt .45s road trip ends tonight with a game in Philadelphia against the Phillies.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 34-38 at Detroit 36-34 (2)
Chicago 31-40 at Baltimore 34-39
Kansas City 30-43 at Washington 31-42
Los Angeles 30-40 at Boston 41-32
Minnesota 51-22 at New York 40-28

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 28-45 at Chicago 22-52
New York 25-50 at Pittsburgh 44-29
Milwaukee 44-29 at Los Angeles 56-19
Cincinnati 39-32 at San Francisco 49-25

HOUSTON COLT .45S (19-56) AT PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (44-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Ken T Johnson vs Dennis Bennett Advantage Push
C Hal W Smith vs Clay Dalrymple Advantage Philadelphia
1B Norm Larker vs Roy Sievers Advantage Philadelphia
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Tony Taylor Advantage Philadelphia
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Don Demeter Advantage Philadelphia
SS Bob Lillis vs Ruben Amaro Sr Advantage Philadelphia
LF Al Spangler vs Wes Covington Advantage Push
CF Don Taussig vs Tony Gonzalez Advantage Philadelphia
RF Roman Mejias vs Johnny Callison Advantage Philadelphia
Overall Advantage Philadelphia

Nothing of note happened in the first three innings.

After three: Houston 0 Philadelphia 0.

In the bottom of the sixth, the Phillies loaded the bases with two out. Gonzalez then scored on a wild pitch.

After six: Philadelphia 1 Houston 0.

After a leadoff double in the bottom of the eighth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s and he left the base runner stranded at third.

Jack Baldschun took the mound for the Phillies in the top of the ninth. He set the Colt .45s down in order to get the save.

Final score: Philadelphia 1 Houston 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dennis Bennett 8.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 8 Cleveland 7 Game 1
Cleveland 7 Detroit 4 Game 2
Baltimore 10 Chicago 7 10 innings
Kansas City 7 Washington 3
Boston 4 Los Angeles 2
New York 7 Minnesota 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 5 Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 11 New York 0
Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 0
Cincinnati 8 San Francisco 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers 3 for 5, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 3 BB

2. Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 4 for 4, 5 RBI, R, BB

3. Joey Jay Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

Johnny Podres of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitched a complete game shutout.

Los Angeles RF Frank Howard has been suspended for 2 games due to an altercation with the umpire after a called third strike.

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JUNE 27, 1962
After going 3-8 on their road trip, the Colt .45s have two days off.

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Al Spangler .274
Bob Aspromonte .233
Norm Larker .231

HOME RUNS
Roman Mejias 12
Merritt Ranew and Don Taussig 3

RBI
Roman Mejias 51
Don Taussig 31
Norm Larker 27

ERA
Ken T Johnson 4.36
Bob Bruce 4.61
Bobby Tiefenauer 5.08

WINS
Ken T Johnson 4
Turk Farrell and Jim Golden 3

STRIKEOUTS
Ken T Johnson 101
Turk Farrell 59
Bob Bruce 54

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 30-41 at Boston 42-32
Cleveland 35-39 at Detroit 37-35
Minnesota 51-23 at New York 41-28
Chicago 31-41 at Baltimore 35-39
Kansas City 31-43 at Washington 31-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 29-45 at Chicago 22-53
Cincinnati 40-32 at San Francisco 49-26
New York 25-51 at Pittsburgh 45-29
Milwaukee 44-30 at Los Angeles 57-19

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Los Angeles 4
Cleveland 9 Detroit 5
New York 1 Minnesota 0
Baltimore 4 Chicago 2
Washington 5 Kansas City 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 5 St Louis 4 15 innings
San Francisco 4 Cincinnati 0
Pittsburgh 4 New York 3
Los Angeles 9 Milwaukee 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie Kirkland Cleveland Indians 2 for 3, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Whitey Ford New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, W

3. Chuck Hiller San Francisco Giants 4 for 4, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, R

Jack Sanford of the San Francisco Giants pitched a complete game shutout.

Boston Red Sox SS Eddie Bressoud has been suspended for four games after an altercation with the umpire got him ejected from today's game.

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JUNE 28, 1962
Today is the second day in a row the Colt .45s have off.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 51-24
New York 42-28
Boston 43-32
Detroit 37-36
Cleveland 36-39
Baltimore 36-39
Washington 32-43
Chicago 31-42
Los Angeles 30-42
Kansas City 31-44

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 58-19
San Francisco 50-26
Pittsburgh 46-29
Milwaukee 44-31
Philadelphia 45-33
Cincinnati 40-33
St Louis 29-46
New York 25-52
Chicago 23-53
Houston 19-57

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM STATS AND NL RANK
Runs scored 240 10th
Batting average .219 10th
OBP .279 10th
OPS .585 10th
Batting WAR -3.9 10th
wOBA .261 10th
Home Runs 30 10th
Stolen Bases 15 9th
Runs against 349 7th
Starters ERA 4.65 9th
Bullpen ERA 3.03 4th
FIP 3.82 7th
Pitching WAR 8.1 8th
Strikeouts 407 7th
Defensive efficiency .693 7th
Zone Rating -20.6 8th
Errors 60 4th

HOUSTON COLT .45S CURRENT INJURIES
SS Don Buddin out, 4 days: IL, 2 days left.

SP Turk Farrell out, 3 months; IL, 26 days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 30-42 at Boston 43-32
Minnesota 51-24 at New York 42-28
Chicago 31-42 at Baltimore 36-39
Kansas City 31-44 at Washington 32-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 29-46 at Chicago 23-53
Philadelphia 45-33 at San Francisco 50-26
New York 25-52 at Los Angeles 58-19

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Los Angeles 14 Boston 11
New York 10 Minnesota 6
Chicago 3 Baltimore 2
Washington 1 Kansas City 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 10 St Louis 9
San Francisco 4 Philadelphia 2
Los Angeles 6 New York 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Frank Malzone Boston Red Sox 2 for 3, 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

2. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 8 K, W

3. Buck Rodgers Los Angeles Angels 4 for 5, 2 2B, 4 RBI, R

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JUNE 29, 1962
The Colt .45s are back in Houston for a seven game home stand, beginning with a three game series against the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds have won five of their last seven. The Reds lead the season series 3-0.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 31-45 at Boston 43-33
Los Angeles 31-42 at New York 43-28
Detroit 37-36 at Baltimore 36-40
Minnesota 51-25 at Washington 33-43
Cleveland 36-39 at Chicago 32-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 24-53 at Milwaukee 44-31
Pittsburgh 46-29 at St Louis 29-47
New York 25-53 at Los Angeles 59-19
Philadelphia 45-34 at San Francisco 51-26

CINCINNATI REDS (40-33) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (19-57)
MATCHUPS
SP Jim O'Toole vs Bob Bruce Advantage Cincinnati
C Johnny Edwards vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Cincinnati
1B Gordy Coleman vs Norm Larker Advantage Cincinnati
2B Jerry Adair vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Cincinnati
3B Eddie Kasko vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Leo Cardenas vs Bob Lillis Advantage Cincinnati
LF Jerry Lynch vs Al Spangler Advantage Cincinnati
CF Vada Pinson vs Don Taussig Advantage Cincinnati
RF Frank Robinson vs Roman Mejias Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the bottom of the third, Aspromonte put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single. Mejias followed with a single that loaded the bases with two out. Ranew was hit by a pitch to force Larker home. Amalfitano brought two home with a single. Lillis followed with a single to again load the bases with two out. Coming to bat for the second time in the inning, Taussig struck out to finally bring the third to an end.

After three: Houston 4 Cincinnati 0.

In the top of the fourth, Robinson hit a solo home run to put the Reds on the board.

In the bottom of the fifth, Ranew hit a run-scoring single.

After six: Houston 5 Cincinnati 1.

In the top of the seventh, Coleman got an RBI double. Kasko added an RBI single. Edwards followed with his own RBI single to make it a one run game. Adair tied it with an RBI double. With bases loaded and two out, Lynch grounded to short to retire the side.

Bill R Henry took the mound for the Reds in the bottom of the seventh. Pinch hitter Al Heist came through with a two out RBI single to put the Colt .45s back in the lead. Spangler followed with his own run-scoring single.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, with a runner on first and two out, Johnny Klippstein took the mound for the Reds.

Umbricht ended it with a perfect ninth.

The Colt .45s got 14 hits in the win.

Final score: Houston 7 Cincinnati 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Merritt Ranew 3 for 4, 2 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Kansas City 3
New York 4 Los Angeles 1
Baltimore 3 Detroit 2
Minnesota 6 Washington 1
Chicago 7 Cleveland 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 2 Chicago 1
St Louis 7 Pittsburgh 2
Los Angeles 3 New York 2
San Francisco 11 Philadelphia 6

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants 3 for 4, 3B, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Denny Lemaster Milwaukee Braves 8.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 11 K

3. Jim Landis Chicago White Sox 1 for 1, HR, RBI, 4 R, 4 BB



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JUNE 30, 1962
Today is the second game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the Cincinnati Reds.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 31-46 at Boston 44-33
Los Angeles 31-43 at New York 44-28
Cleveland 36-40 at Chicago 33-42
Minnesota 52-25 at Washington 33-44
Detroit 37-37 at Baltimore 37-40

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 24-54 at Milwaukee 45-31
Philadelphia 45-35 at San Francisco 52-26
Pittsburgh 46-30 at St Louis 30-47
New York 25-54 at Los Angeles 60-19

CINCINNATI REDS (40-34) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (20-57)
MATCHUPS
SP Jim Maloney vs Jim Golden Advantage Cincinnati
C Johnny Edwards vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Cincinnati
1B Gordy Coleman vs Norm Larker Advantage Cincinnati
2B Jerry Adair vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Cincinnati
3B Eddie Kasko vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Leo Cardenas vs Bob Lillis Advantage Cincinnati
LF Jerry Lynch vs Al Spangler Advantage Cincinnati
CF Vada Pinson vs Don Taussig Advantage Cincinnati
RF Frank Robinson vs Roman Mejias Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the top of the first, Robinson brought Adair home with a sacrifice fly to put the Reds on the board. Lynch also got an RBI on a sacrifice fly.

In the top of the third, the Reds loaded the bases with nobody out. Coleman hit the Reds third sacrifice fly of the game to score Robinson. Kasco followed with a single to reload the bases with one out. Edwards drew a five pitch walk to bring Lynch. Maloney came up to bat and flew out to center and Taussig threw Cardenas out at home as he had tagged up and tried to score.

Maloney had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Cincinnati 4 Houston 0.

In the top of the fourth, Lynch hit an RBI single.

Aspromonte led off the bottom of the fourth with a single for the Colt .45s first hit of the game.

Coleman led off the top of the fifth with a home run. George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the sixth.

After six: Cincinnati 6 Houston 0.

In the top of the eighth, Pinson hit a two run triple and then scored himself when Robinson grounded to short.

In the bottom of the eighth, pinch hitter Billy Goodman made sure the Colt .45s avoided the shutout by hitting an RBI single. Larker followed with a run-scoring single of his own.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the ninth.

Howie Nunn took the mound for the Reds in the bottom of the ninth. Nunn would leave the game with an injury. With a runner on first and two out, Johnny Klippstein took the mound for the Reds and got the final out of the game.

The Reds banged out 12 hits in the victory.

Final score: Cincinnati 9 Houston 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jerry Adair 2 for 2, 3 R, 3 BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 6 Kansas City 3
New York 1 Los Angeles 0
Chicago 3 Cleveland 2
Minnesota 6 Washington 1
Detroit 8 Baltimore 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 6 Chicago 4
Philadelphia 9 San Francisco 3
St Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3 10 innings
Los Angeles 7 New York 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Wally Moon Los Angeles Dodgers 2 for 4, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 2 R

2. Jim Bouton New York Yankees 8.1 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

3. Bo Belinsky Los Angeles Angels 8.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 7 K

Philadelphia Phillies 2B Tony Taylor had a five hit game.

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JULY 1, 1962
Today is the rubber game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the Cincinnati Reds. The Colt .45s went 8-19 in the month of June.

The Colt .45s activated SS Don Buddin from the injured list.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING LEADERS UPDATE
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators
3. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Camilo Pascual Minnesota Twins
5. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm New York Yankees
2. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
3. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. Steve Hamilton Washington Senators

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves
3. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds
3. Ruben Amaro Sr Philadelphia Phillies

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCoy San Francisco Giants
2. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds
3. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. George Altman Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers
5. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Ron Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves
5. Don Nottebart Milwaukee Braves

AL Batter of the Month: LF Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins

NL Batter of the Month: RF George Altman Chicago Cubs

AL Pitcher of the Month: Whitey Ford New York Yankees

NL Pitcher of the Month: Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers

AL Rookie of the Month: LF Manny Jimenez Kansas City Athletics

NL Rookie of the Month: SP Dennis Bennett Philadelphia Phillies

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 36-41 at Chicago 34-42 (2)
Los Angeles 31-44 at New York 45-28 (2)
Kansas City 31-47 at Boston 45-33
Minnesota 53-25 at Washington 33-45
Detroit 38-37 at Baltimore 37-41

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 24-55 at Milwaukee 46-31
Pittsburgh 46-31 at St Louis 31-47
New York 25-55 at Los Angeles 61-19
Philadelphia 46-35 at San Francisco 52-27

CINCINNATI REDS (41-34) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (20-58)
MATCHUPS
SP John Tsitouris vs Ken T Johnson Advantage Houston
C Johnny Edwards vs Hal W Smith Advantage Cincinnati
1B Gordy Coleman vs Norm Larker Advantage Cincinnati
2B Jerry Adair vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Cincinnati
3B Eddie Kasko vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Leo Cardenas vs Don Buddin Advantage Cincinnati
LF Jerry Lynch vs Al Spangler Advantage Cincinnati
CF Vada Pinson vs Don Taussig Advantage Cincinnati
RF Frank Robinson vs Roman Mejias Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the top of the first, Robinson put the Reds on the board with an RBI double. Lynch brought Robinson home with a single. Spangler threw Lynch out at home when he tried to score from second on a Kasko single.

In the bottom of the second, Smith tied the game with a two run homer.

After three: Cincinnati 2 Houston 2.

In the top of the fourth, the Reds retook the lead on a two out RBI single by Tsitouris. The Reds went on to load the bases with two out. Robinson flew to center to retire the side.

After six: Cincinnati 3 Houston 2.

In the top of the eighth, the Reds loaded the bases with nobody out. Robinson hit a sacrifice fly to score Marty Keough.

Jim Brosman took the mound for the Red in the bottom of the eighth.

The Reds out hit the Colt .45s 16-5 in the contest.

Final score: Cincinnati 4 Houston 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
John Tsitouris 7.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, 2 for 3, RBI

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 10 Cleveland 3 Game 1
Cleveland 3 Chicago 1 11 innings Game 2
Los Angeles 6 New York 4 Game 1
New York 10 Los Angeles 9 Game 2
Boston 5 Kansas City 3
Washington 4 Minnesota 1
Baltimore 4 Detroit 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 2 Milwaukee 1
Pittsburgh 10 St Louis 1
Los Angeles 6 New York 0
San Francisco 8 Philadelphia 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Steve Bilko Los Angeles Angels 4 for 8, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Johnny Podres Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 8 K, W

3. Johnny Blanchard New York Yankees 4 for 7, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB



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JULY 2, 1962
The Colt .45s will end this home stand with a four game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Colt .45s are currently 1-2 on this home stand. The Pirates lead the season series 4-3.

AL Player of the Week: CF Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

NL Player of the Week: SP Johnny Podres Los Angeles Dodgers

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
2. San Francisco Giants
3. Minnesota Twins
4. New York Yankees
5. Pittsburgh Pirates
6. Boston Red Sox
7. Cincinnati Reds
8. Milwaukee Braves
9. Philadelphia Phillies
10. Baltimore Orioles
11. Cleveland Indians
12. Detroit Tigers
13. Chicago White Sox
14. Washington Senators
15. Los Angeles Angels
16. St Louis Cardinals
17. Kansas City Athletics
18. Chicago Cubs
19. Houston Colt .45s
20. New York Mets

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 31-48 at New York 46-29 (2)
Minnesota 53-26 at Boston 46-33
Baltimore 38-41 at Cleveland 37-42
Chicago 35-43 at Detroit 38-38
Los Angeles 32-45 at Washington 34-45

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 46-36 at Los Angeles 62-19 (2)
Chicago 25-55 at Cincinnati 42-34 (2)
Milwaukee 46-32 at St Louis 31-48
New York 25-56 at San Francisco 53-27

PITTSBURGH PIRATES (47-31) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (20-59)
MATCHUPS
SP Bob Friend vs Hal Woodeshick Advantage Pittsburgh
C Smoky Burgess vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Pittsburgh
1B Dick Stuart vs Norm Larker Advantage Pittsburgh
2B Bill Mazeroski vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Don Hoak vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Dick Groat vs Don Buddin Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Bob Skinner vs Al Spangler Advantage Pittsburgh
CF Bill Virdon vs Don Taussig Advantage Pittsburgh
RF Roberto Clemente vs Roman Mejias Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

In the top of the third, Stuart put the Pirates on the board with a two run double. Burgess brought Stuart home with a two out double. Groat followed with a single that scored Burgess.

Friend was perfect through three.

After three: Pittsburgh 4 Houston 0.

In the top of the fourth, Skinner hit a run-scoring single. Stuart got another RBI with a sacrifice fly.

Mejias led off the fifth with a single for the Colt .45s first base runner of the game. Amalfitano brought Mejias home from second with a two out single.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the sixth.

After six: Pittsburgh 6 Houston 1.

In the top of the seventh, Clemente hit an RBI single. Groat brought Clemente home with a sacrifice fly. Hoak added a two out RBI single.

After a leadoff single in the top of the eighth, Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s. Clemente hit another RBI single. Burgess followed with a single to load the bases with nobody out. Groat singled to score a run. Virdon grounded into the 5-3 to bring in a run. Mazeroski got an RBI with a sacrifice fly.

In the top of the ninth, Donn Clendenon got an RBI single.

Harvey Haddix took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the ninth.

The Pirates out hit the Colt .45s 19-2 in the demolishment.

Final score: Pittsburgh 14 Houston 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bob Friend 8.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 6 Kansas City 5 Game 1
Kansas City 5 New York 1 Game 2
Minnesota 8 Boston 7
Cleveland 4 Baltimore 1
Detroit 4 Chicago 2
Los Angeles 11 Washington 7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 5 Philadelphia 4 10 innings Game 1
Los Angeles 5 Philadelphia 1 Game 2
Cincinnati 6 Chicago 0 Game 1
Cincinnati 4 Chicago 0 Game 2
Milwaukee 12 St Louis 5
San Francisco 5 New York 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins 4 for 4, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Carl Yastrzemski Boston Red Sox 3 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

3. Lee Thomas Los Angeles Angels 4 for 5, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

Bob Purkey and Joey Jay of the Cincinnati Reds each pitched a complete game shutout.

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JULY 3, 1962
Tonight is the second game in the series in Houston between the Colt .45s and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates have won six of their last eight.

Detroit Tigers SP Frank Lary has a sprained ankle and will miss the next three weeks.

Chicago White Sox SP Gary Peters has a torn rotator cuff and will miss the next 15 months.

The Washington Senators traded LF Gene Woodling to the St Louis Cardinals for SS Dal Maxvill and LF Doug Clemens.

The New York Mets traded RP Clem Labine and C Choo Choo Coleman to the Detroit Tigers for RP Howie Koplitz and RP Doug Gallagher.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 54-26 at Boston 46-34
Chicago 35-44 at Detroit 39-38
Kansas City 32-49 at New York 47-30
Los Angeles 33-45 at Washington 34-46

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 25-57 at San Francisco 54-27
Milwaukee 47-32 at St Louis 31-49 (2)
Chicago 25-57 at Cincinnati 44-34

PITTSBURGH PIRATES (48-31) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (20-60)
MATCHUPS
SP Tom Sturdivant vs Bobby Tiefenauer Advantage Pittsburgh
C Don G Leppert vs Hal W Smith Advantage Push
1B Dick Stuart vs Norm Larker Advantage Pittsburgh
2B Bill Mazeroski vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Don Hoak vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Dick Groat vs Don Buddin Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Donn Clendenon vs Al Spangler Advantage Pittsburgh
CF Bill Virdon vs Don Taussig Advantage Pittsburgh
RF Roberto Clemente vs Roman Mejias Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

In thebottom of the first, Aspromonte got a two out RBI single on a full count pitch to put the Colt .45s on the board.

In the top of the second, Leppert tied the game with his own two out RBI single.

In the bottom of the second, Spangler put the Colt .45s back in the lead with a two run double. The Colt .45s went on to load the bases with one out. Mejias lined to third for the second out. Aspromonte then drew a four pitch walk to force in Spangler. Amalfitano, the ninth batter in the inning, grounded to second for the third out.

With runners at first and second and two out in the top of the third, Groat singled but Spangler threw Clemente out at home as he was trying to score from second and that retired the side.

After three: Houston 4 Pittsburgh 1.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with nobody out. Mejias brought all three baserunners home with a triple. Harvey Haddix immediately took the mound for the Pirates. Aspromonte grounded into the 6-3 to score Mejias. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Tiefenauer went down on strikes for the second out. Spangler drew a walk on a full count pitch to bring Amalfitano home with a run. The eleventh batter of the inning, Buddin, grounded to short for the third out.

In the top of the fifth, Stuart got an RBI with a sacrifice fly.

In the top of the sixth, Leppert hit a two out two run double.

Jack Lamabe took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Houston 9 Pittsburgh 4.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the seventh.

Tommie Sisk took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the eighth.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the ninth. The Pirates loaded the bases with one out. Virdon grounded into the game ending 5-4-3.

The two teams combined for 26 hits in the contest.

Final score: Houston 9 Pittsburgh 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Al Spangler 2 for 4, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 8 Boston 4
Chicago 7 Detroit 1
New York 4 Kansas City 3 10 innings
Washington 9 Los Angeles 7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 3 New York 1
St Louis 5 Milwaukee 3 Game 1
Milwaukee 11 St Louis 2 Game 2
Cincinnati 5 Chicago 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves 3 for 7, 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

2. Harry Bright Washington Senators 2 for 4, 3B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

3. Billy Pierce San Francisco Giants 8.1 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W



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JULY 4, 1962
The Colt .45s end this home stand with an Independence Day double header against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Los Angeles Angels traded SP Joe Nuxhall to the Washington Senators for C Ken Retzer and SS Dal Maxvill.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 38-42 at Chicago 36-44 (2)
Kansas City 32-50 at New York 48-30 (2)
Detroit 39-39 at Cleveland 38-42 (2)
Los Angeles 33-46 at Washington 35-46 (2)
Minnesota 55-26 at Boston 46-35 (2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 46-38 at Los Angeles 64-19 (2)
New York 25-58 at San Francisco 55-27 (2)
Chicago 25-58 at Cincinnati 45-34
Milwaukee 48-33 at St Louis 32-50

PITTSBURG PIRATES (48-32) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-60) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Earl Francis vs Bob Bruce Advantage Pittsburgh
C Smoky Burgess vs Merritt Ranew Advantage Pittsburgh
1B Donn Clendenon vs Norm Larker Advantage Pittsburgh
2B Bill Mazeroski vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Don Hoak vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Dick Groat vs Don Buddin Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Bob Skinner vs Al Spangler Advantage Pittsburgh
CF Bill Virdon vs Don Taussig Advantage Pittsburgh
RF Roberto Clemente vs Roman Mejias Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

In the bottom of the first, Mejias put the Colt .45s on the board with a two out two run homer.

In the top of the second, Groat put the Pirates on the board with an RBI single. The Pirates went on to load the bases with nobody out. Hoak went down on strikes for the first out. Francis lined to first for the second out. Skinner then grounded to second to retire the side.

After three: Houston 2 Pittsburgh 1.

In the top of the fourth, Virdon put the Pirates in the lead with a two run homer. Mazeroski followed with a solo home run.

In the top of the fifth, Virdon hurt the Colt .45s again, this time with a two out RBI single. Mazeroski followed with a walk to load the bases. Hoak then knocked in two with a single.

George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the sixth.

After six: Pittsburgh 7 Houston 2.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the seventh. With a runner on first and one out, Bobby Shantz replaced Stone.

Roy Face took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the eighth. Aspromonte hit a two out solo home run.

In the top of the ninth, with a runner on first and one out, Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with two out. Mejias grounded into the 2-3 to end the game.

Final score: Pittsburgh 7 Houston 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bill Virdon 2 for 4, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

PITTSBURGH PIRATES (49-32) AT HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-61) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Al McBean vs Jim Golden Advantage Pittsburgh
C Don G Leppert vs Hal W Smith Advantage Push
1B Dick Stuart vs Norm Larker Advantage Pittsburgh
2B Bill Mazeroski vs Joey Amalfitano Advantage Pittsburgh
3B Dick Hoak vs Bob Aspromonte Advantage Push
SS Dick Groat vs Don Buddin Advantage Pittsburgh
LF Bob Skinner vs Al Spangler Advantage Pittsburgh
CF Bill Virdon vs Don Taussig Advantage Pittsburgh
RF Roberto Clemente vs Roman Mejias Advantage Pittsburgh
Overall Advantage Pittsburgh

Nothing of note happened in the first three innings.

After three: Pittsburgh 0 Houston 0.

In the top of the fourth, Virdon put the Pirates in the lead with an RBI triple. Leppert brought Virdon home with a single.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. But Smith grounded into the inning ending 5-2-3.

In the top of the fifth, Virdon continued to kill the Colt .45s, this time hitting a two RBI single with two out.

Tommie Sisk took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the fifth.

In the top of the sixth, pinch hitter Bob Bailey hit an RBI triple. With Bailey at third and nobody out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s. Stuart scored Bailey with a single.

Diomedes Olivo took the mound for the Pirates in the bottom of the sixth. Aspromonte put the Colt .45s on the board with a two out RBI single.

After six: Pittsburgh 6 Houston 1.

In the top of the seventh, Virdon (who else) added an RBI single.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Jack Lamabe took the mound for the Pirates. Larker grounded into the inning ending 4-6-3.

In the bottom of the eighth, Aspromonte hit a solo home run.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the top of the ninth. The Pirates loaded the bases with two out. Lamabe popped out to the catcher to retire the side.

In the bottom of the ninth, with a runner on first and one out, Harvey Haddix took the mound for the Pirates and struck out both battershe faced to end the game.

The two teams combined for 28 hits in the contest.

Final score: Pittsburgh 7 Houston 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bill Virdon 4 for 5, 3B, 4 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 9 Kansas City 8 Game 1
New York 7 Kansas City 2 Game 2
Detroit 8 Cleveland 2 Game 1
Cleveland 3 Detroit 2 Game 2
Washington 5 Los Angeles 4 13 innings Game 1
Los Angeles 10 Washington 4 Game 2
Boston 5 Minnesota 4 Game 1
Minnesota 9 Boston 7 Game 2
Baltimore 4 Chicago 0 Game 1
Baltimore at Chicago ppd Game 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 4 Philadelphia 0 Game 1
Philadelphia 6 Los Angeles 5 10 innings Game 2
New York 2 San Francisco 1 Game 1
San Francisco 6 New York 0 Game 2
Cincinnati 4 Chicago 0
St Louis 8 Milwaukee 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bill Virdon Pittsburgh Pirates 6 for 9, 3B, HR, 7 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Rich Rollins Minnesota Twins 6 for 9, 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 5 R

3. Lee Thomas Los Angeles Angels 5 for 9, 3B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

Jack Fisher of the Baltimore Orioles pitched a complete game shutout.

Billy O'Dell of the San Francisco Giants pitched a no-hitter.

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JULY 5, 1962
After going 2-5 on their home stand, the Colt .45s had the day off.

Chicago White Sox SP Early Wynn has a torn flexor tendon in his elbow and will miss the next 7-8 months.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 56-27
New York 50-30
Boston 47-36
Detroit 40-40
Baltimore 39-42
Cleveland 39-43
Chicago 36-45
Washington 36-47
Los Angeles 34-47
Kansas City 32-52

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 65-20
San Francisco 56-28
Pittsburgh 50-32
Milwaukee 48-34
Cincinnati 46-34
Philadelphia 47-39
St Louis 33-50
New York 26-59
Chicago 25-59
Houston 21-62

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Al Spangler .274
Bob Aspromonte .243
Joey Amalfitano .239

HOME RUNS
Roman Mejias 13
Four tied at 3

RBI
Roman Mejias 56
Don Taussig 31
Norm Larker 28

ERA
Ken T Johnson 4.27
Bob Bruce 5.12
Bobby Tiefenauer 5.14

WINS
Ken T Johnson 4
Four tied at 3

STRIKEOUTS
Ken T Johnson 104
Bob Bruce 65
Turk Farrell 59

HOUSTON COLT .45S TEAM STATS AND NL RANK
Runs scored 266 10th
Batting average .221 10th
OBP .282 10th
OPS .590 10th
Batting WAR -4.0 10th
wOBA .264 10th
Home Runs 34 10th
Stolen Bases 16 9th
Runs against 399 7th
Starters ERA 4.89 9th
Bullpen ERA 3.22 5th
FIP 3.82 7th
Pitching WAR 9.1 8th
Strikeouts 441 8th
Defensive efficiency .684 7th
Zone Rating -24.4 8th
Errors 65 3rd

HOUSTON COLT .45S CURRENT INJURIES
SP Turk Farrell out, 3 months; 60-Day IL, 19 days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 39-42 at Chicago 36-45 (2)
Detroit 40-40 at Cleveland 39-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 65-20 at San Francisco 56-28

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 9 Chicago 6 11 innings Game 1
Baltimore 12. Chicago 6 Game 2
Detroit 6 Cleveland 5 10 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 4 San Francisco 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles 8 for 11, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Boog Powell Baltimore Orioles 6 for 7, 2B, 4 RBI, R

3. Joe Cunningham Chicago White Sox 5 for 11, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R

Baltimore Orioles LF Boog Powell had a five hit game in the second game of the double header against the Chicago White Sox.

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JULY 6, 1962
The Colt .45s are in Cincinnati for a four-game series against the Reds. This is the last series before the All Star Break. The Colt .45s have lost five of their last six. The Reds have won six straight. The Reds lead the season series 5-1.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 41-42 at Detroit 41-40
Chicago 36-47 at Cleveland 39-44
Washington 36-47 at Kansas City 32-52
New York 50-30 at Minnesota 56-27
Boston 47-36 at Los Angeles 34-47

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 48-34 at Chicago 25-59
Philadelphia 47-39 at Pittsburgh 50-32
St Louis 33-50 at New York 26-59
Los Angeles 66-20 at San Francisco 56-29

HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-62) AT CINCINNATI REDS (46-34)
MATCHUPS
SP Ken T Johnson vs John Tsitouris Advantage Houston
C Merritt Ranew vs Johnny Edwards Advantage Cincinnati
1B Norm Larker vs Gordy Coleman Advantage Push
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Jerry Adair Advantage Cincinnati
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Eddie Kasko Advantage Push
SS Don Buddin vs Leo Cardenas Advantage Cincinnati
LF Al Spangler vs Jerry Lynch Advantage Cincinnati
CF Don Taussig vs Vada Pinson Advantage Cincinnati
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Robinson Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the bottom of the first, Cardenas put the Reds on the board with a two out two RBI double.

In the bottom of the second, Adair hit a two run double. Robinson brought Adair home with a two out single.

After three: Cincinnati 5 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the fifth, Coleman hit a two out two home run homer. George Brunet replaced Johnson on the mound for the Colt .45s.

In the top of the sixth, Buddin put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single.

After six: Cincinnati 7 Houston 1.

Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the seventh.

In the top of the eighth, Larker got an RBI single. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Aspromonte flew to center for the second out. Amalfitano drew a five pitch walk to bring Buddin home. Taussig singled to bring two more home.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

With the Reds ahead by a pair, Jim Brosnan took the mound in the top of the ninth. With a runner on third and two out, Mejias tied the game with a two run homer.

After a leadoff single in the bottom of the ninth, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s. With a runner on first and two out, Marty Keough popped to short to send the game into extra innings.

After nine: Houston 7 Cincinnati 7.

In the top of the tenth, with a runner on first and one out, Johnny Klippstein took the mound for the Reds. The Colt .45s loaded the bases with two out. Buddin flew to left to retire the side.

Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the tenth. With a runner at second and one out, Kasko singled to left but Spangler threw Cardenas out at home. However, the next batter, Edwards, would bring Kasko home from second with a two out single for the game winner.

The Reds got 17 hits in the victory.

Final score: Cincinnati 8 Houston 7 10 innings.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Gordy Coleman 2 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 4 Baltimore 3
Chicago 10 Cleveland 0
Kansas City 11 Washington 8
Minnesota 14 New York 2
Boston 6 Los Angeles 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 5 Chicago 3
Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 1
St Louis 7 New York 1
Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers 8.2 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W

2. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins 2 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB



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JULY 7, 1962
Today is the second game in the series in Cincinnati between the Colt .45s and the Reds. The Colt .45s have lost six of their last seven. The Reds have won seven straight.

The Washington Senators traded 2B Danny O'Connell to the Cincinnati Reds for 2B Don Blasingame and RP Lew Krausse Jr.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 37-47 at Cleveland 39-45
Baltimore 41-43 at Detroit 42-40
New York 50-31 at Minnesota 57-27
Washington 36-48 at Kansas City 33-52
Boston 48-36 at Los Angeles 34-48

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 34-50 at New York 26-60 (2)
Philadelphia 48-39 at Pittsburgh 50-33
Milwaukee 49-34 at Chicago 25-60
Los Angeles 67-20 at San Francisco 56-30

HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-63) AT CINCINNATI REDS (47-34)
MATCHUPS
SP Hal Woodeshick vs Bob Purkey Advantage Cincinnati
C Hal W Smith vs Johnny Edwards Advantage Cincinnati
1B Norm Larker vs Gordy Coleman Advantage Cincinnati
2B Joey Amalfitano vs Jerry Adair Advantage Cincinnati
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Eddie Kasko Advantage Push
SS Don Buddin vs Leo Cardenas Advantage Cincinnati
LF Al Spangler vs Jerry Lynch Advantage Cincinnati
CF Don Taussig vs Vada Pinson Advantage Cincinnati
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Robinson Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the top of the first, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with one out. Aspromonte put the Colt .45s on the board with an RBI single. Amalfitano went down on strikes for the second out. Smith singled to bring home two more.

In the bottom of the first, Lynch put the Reds on the board with an RBI single. Cardenas followed with a walk to load the bases with one out. Coleman flew to left for the second out. Kasko then grounded to second to end the inning.

In the bottom of the second, Edwards scored from third when Adair grounded to third.

After three: Houston 3 Cincinnati 2.

In the top of the fifth, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with nobody out. Amalfitano grounded into the 1-2 fielder's choice for the first out. Smith flew to right for the second out. Taussig hit a clutch two run single.

In the bottom of the fifth, Robinson hit a two out solo home run.

With one out in the bottom of the sixth, George Brunet took the mound for the Colt .45s. Pinson hit a two out three run homer to put the Reds in the lead.

After six: Cincinnati 6 Houston 5.

Bill R Henry took the mound for the Reds in the top of the seventh.

With a runner on first and one out in the bottom of the seventh, Bobby Shantz took the mound for the Colt .45s. Kasko greeted him with an RBI double. Adair addeda two out RBI single. Pinson followed with his own RBI single.

Johnny Klippstein took the mound for the Reds in the top of the eighth.

The Reds tallied 14 hits in the victory.

Final score: Cincinnati 9 Houston 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Frank Robinson 3 for 4, HR, RBI, R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Cleveland 5 12 innings
Detroit 6 Baltimore 4
New York 10 Minnesota 4
Kansas City 6 Washington 3
Boston 3 Los Angeles 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 9 New York 1 Game 1
New York 4 St Louis 3 Game 2
Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 3
Milwaukee 4 Chicago 1
Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bill D White St Louis Cardinals 5 for 7, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R

2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, W

3. Larry Jackson St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 8 K, W



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JULY 8, 1962
The Colt .45s will end this series in Cincinnati with a Sunday double header against the Reds. The Colt .45s have lost seven of their last eight. The Reds have won eight straight.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR FINAL VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Elston Howard New York Yankees
2. Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
3. John Romano Cleveland Indians

FIRST BASE
1. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
2. Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
3. Tito Francona Cleveland Indians

SECOND BASE
1. Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
2. Jerry Lumpe Kansas City Athletics
3. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers

THIRD BASE
1. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
2. Al E Smith Chicago White Sox
3. Bob W Johnson Washington Senators

SHORT STOP
1. Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
2. Tom Tresh New York Yankees
3. Zoilo Versalles Minnesota Twins

LEFT FIELD
1. Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
2. Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers
3. Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox

CENTER FIELD
1. Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
2. Lenny Green Minnesota Twins
3. Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles

RIGHT FIELD
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
2. Roger Maris New York Yankees
3. Bob Allison Minnesota Twins

STARTING PITCHER
1. Whitey Ford New York Yankees
2. Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
3. Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
4. Camilo Pascual Minnesota Twins
5. Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox

RELIEVER
1. Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
2. Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
3. Frank Baumann Chicago White Sox
4. Luis Arroyo New York Yankees
5. Steve Hamilton Washington Senators

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR FINAL VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves

FIRST BASE
1. Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
2. Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
3. Ron Fairly Los Angeles Dodgers

SECOND BASE
1. Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves
3. Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies

THIRD BASE
1. Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
2. Ken Boyer St Louis Cardinals
3. Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants

SHORT STOP
1. Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Leo Cardenas Cincinnati Reds

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
2. Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Jerry Lynch Cincinnati Reds

CENTER FIELD
1. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
2. Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
3. George Altman Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
2. Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers
5. Billy O'Dell San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Ron Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Jack Lamabe Pittsburgh Pirates
4. Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves
5. Don Nottebart Milwaukee Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 41-44 at Detroit 43-40 (2)
Chicago 38-47 at Cleveland 39-46 (2)
Washington 36-49 at Kansas City 34-52
New York 51-31 at Minnesota 57-28
Boston 49-36 at Los Angeles 34-49

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 50-34 at Chicago 25-61 (2)
Philadelphia 48-40 at Pittsburgh 51-33 (2)
St Louis 35-51 at New York 27-61
Los Angeles 68-20 at San Francisco 56-31

HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-64) AT CINCINNATI REDS (48-34) GAME ONE
The game was cancelled due to bad weather and will be made up on August 24 as part of a double header.

HOUSTON COLT .45S (21-64) AT CINCINNATI REDS (48-34) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Bobby Tiefenauer vs Jim O'Toole Advantage Cincinnati
C Merritt Ranew vs Johnny Edwards Advantage Cincinnati
1B Norm Larker vs Gordy Coleman Advantage Push
2B Bob Lillis vs Jerry Adair Advantage Cincinnati
3B Bob Aspromonte vs Danny O'Connell Advantage Push
SS Don Buddin vs Leo Cardenas Advantage Cincinnati
LF Al Spangler vs Jerry Lynch Advantage Cincinnati
CF Don Taussig vs Vada Pinson Advantage Cincinnati
RF Roman Mejias vs Frank Robinson Advantage Cincinnati
Overall Advantage Cincinnati

In the bottom of the second, the Reds loaded the bases with nobody out. O'Toole flew to right for the first out. O'Connell flew to right for the second out. Pinson, though, knocked in two with a clutch single.

In the top of the third, the Colt .45s loaded the bases with two out. Larker grounded to first to retire the side.

After three: Cincinnati 2 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the sixth, Edwards brought one home with a single and a Taussig throwing error. The Reds went on to load the bases with one out. Dean Stone took the mound for the Colt .45s. Pinson flew to center and then Taussig threwAdair out at home as he had tagged up and tried to score.

After six: Cincinnati 3 Houston 0.

In the bottom of the seventh, Cardenas hit a run-scoring single. Adair addedan RBI single of his own. With runners at the corners and one out, Dave Giusti took the mound for the Colt .45s. Coleman scored when Edwards grounded to short.

In the top of the eighth, Mejias cut the deficit in half with a three run homer.

Jim Umbricht took the mound for the Colt .45s in the bottom of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, Ranew hit a two out RBI triple before Mejias grounded to third to end the game.

The Reds got 14 hits in the victory.

Final score: Cincinnati 6 Houston 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Buddin 3 for 3, 2 R, 2 BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 5 Baltimore 2 Game 1
Detroit 5 Baltimore 4 Game 2
Cleveland 5 Chicago 2 Game 1
Cleveland 2 Chicago 0 Game 2
Kansas City 2 Washington 1
New York 7 Minnesota 6
Boston 7 Los Angeles 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 2 Milwaukee 0 Game 1
Chicago 11 Milwaukee 10 Game 2
Pittsburgh 9 Philadelphia 7 Game 1
Pittsburgh 5 Philadelphia 4 10 innings Game 2
New York 7 St Louis 6
Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Dick Stuart Pittsburgh Pirates 5 for 9, 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R

2. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers 3 for 6, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB

3. Cal Koonce Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W



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JULY 9, 1962
The All Star Break began today.

AL Player of the Week: 3B Rich Rollins Minnesota Twins

NL Player of the Week: CF Curt Flood St Louis Cardinals

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Cincinnati Reds
3. Minnesota Twins
4. New York Yankees
5. Pittsburgh Pirates
6. Boston Red Sox
7. San Francisco Giants
8. Detroit Tigers
9. Milwaukee Braves
10. Philadelphia Phillies
11. Cleveland Indians
12. Baltimore Orioles
13. Kansas City Athletics
14. Chicago White Sox
15. St Louis Cardinals
16. Washington Senators
17. Los Angeles Angels
18. New York Mets
19. Chicago Cubs
20. Houston Colt .45s



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JULY 10, 1962
The 1962 AllStar Game takes place today.

The Colt .45s traded RPs Jim Umbricht and Dave Giusti to the Cincinnati Reds for 3B Eddie Kasko.

The Kansas City Athletics traded SP Jim Archer to the Pittsburgh Pirates for RP Tom Butters, C Orlando McFarlane and RP Bob Priddy.

1962 ALL STAR GAME
AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAM
SP Whitey Ford New York Yankees
SP Jim Kaat Minnesota Twins
SP Jack Kralick Minnesota Twins
SP Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox
SP Juan Pizarro Chicago White Sox
SP Bill Stafford New York Yankees
RP Bill Dailey Cleveland Indians
RP Marty Kutyna Washington Senators
CL Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles
C Earl Battey Minnesota Twins
C Elston Howard New York Yankees
C John Romano Cleveland Indians
1B Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
1B Tito Francona Cleveland Indians
1B Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles
2B Bernie Allen Minnesota Twins
3B Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles
SS Woodie Held Cleveland Indians
SS Tom Tresh New York Yankees
LF Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
LF Floyd Robinson Chicago White Sox
CF Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles
CF Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
RF Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
RF Roger Maris New York Yankees

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAM
SP Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers
SP Denny Lemaster Milwaukee Braves
SP Al McBean Pittsburgh Pirates
SP Pete Richert Los Angeles Dodgers
SP Tom Sturdivant Pittsburgh Pirates
SP Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers
RP Jim Duffalo San Francisco Giants
CL Don McMahon Milwaukee Braves
CL Ron Perranoski Los Angeles Dodgers
C Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates
C John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
C Joe Torre Milwaukee Braves
1B Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants
1B Roy Sievers Philadelphia Phillies
2B Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers
2B Julian Javier St Louis Cardinals
3B Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
3B Don Demeter Philadelphia Phillies
3B Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves
SS Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates
LF Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
CF Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves
CF Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
CF Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds
RF Felipe Alou San Francisco Giants

Final score: American League 2 National League 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. John Roseboro NL All Stars 1 for 3, HR, RBI, R

2. Floyd Robinson AL All Stars 2 for 2

3. Hank Aaron NL All Stars 1 for 1, BB

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