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Old 12-21-2018, 01:08 PM   #21
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I'll be following along and hoping for continued success for your Padres.

My fictional team, which you can read about here:
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...d.php?t=289570
is similar in that it is a speed/pitching/defense oriented team with not a great deal of HR power. It took some years but currently the team is holding onto first place as we head into late August.
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Major League Baseball
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
PITTSBURGH PIRATES AT SAN DIEGO PADRES
05/09/1983

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
PITTSBURGH PIRATES AT SAN DIEGO PADRES
GAME ID: 375 - MONDAY, MAY 9TH, 1983 - GAME LOG
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (17-10) 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 8 0
San Diego Padres (24-7) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 6 3

Pirates Win at San Diego, 5-2
Pittsburgh and San Diego duked it out at Jack Murphy Stadium and the Pirates came out victorious.

The San Diego Padres got a sterling performance from pitcher Jack Morris, but the Pirates still prevailed, 5-2. Morris was named the player of the game in a losing cause. He threw 8 innings allowing 5 runs. Pete Ladd, summoned from the bullpen, notched his 7th save.

Tony R Armas, who is tied for 3rd in the NL in RBI with 21, aided the Pittsburgh cause with a run-scoring double in the top of the third. For the game, the center fielder went 2 for 4 with a double.

"I thought we played a nice game," Armas told the Pittsburgh News. "Good pitching, timely hitting, it was all there."

The Pirates raised their record to 17-10.


PITTSBURGH BATTING LINESCORE SAN DIEGO BATTING LINESCORE
Player AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG HR RBI
T. Raines Sr LF 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 .340 1 17
B. Madlock 3B 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 .321 0 12
E. Murray 1B 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 .252 5 17
T. Armas CF 4 0 2 1 0 2 0 .261 7 21
J. Lefebvre RF 4 0 0 1 0 0 3 .276 1 11
T. Bernazard 2B 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .202 4 11
P. Ladd P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0
D. Concepcion SS 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 .182 0 10
J. Sundberg C 4 1 0 0 0 2 1 .269 3 10
B. Shirley P 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 .294 0 0
C. Codiroli P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0
a-B. Moore PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 0 2
J. McLaughlin P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0
b-R. Sambo 2B 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0
Totals 36 5 8 5 0 10 9
a - B. Moore pinch hit for C. Codiroli in the 7th
b - R. Sambo substituted for J. McLaughlin in the 8th

BATTING
Doubles: T. Armas (4, 3rd Inning off J. Morris, 2 on, 1 out)
Total Bases: T. Armas 3 , T. Raines Sr 2 , E. Murray , B. Madlock 2 , D. Concepcion
2-out RBI: B. Madlock
Runners left in scoring position, 2 outs: , T. Bernazard 2 , D. Concepcion
GIDP: J. Lefebvre
Team LOB: 3

BASERUNNING
SB: T. Raines Sr (14)
CS: T. Raines Sr (5)

FIELDING
Double Plays: 1 (Bernazard-Concepcion-Murray)
Player AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG HR RBI
R. Henderson LF 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 .311 4 18
P. Molitor 3B 4 1 2 2 0 0 2 .320 5 21
T. Gwynn Sr RF 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 .371 1 18
C. Cooper 1B 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 .310 3 21
W. McGee CF 4 0 1 0 0 2 2 .238 1 13
B. Boone C 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 .243 0 1
A. Wiggins 2B 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 .214 0 4
O. Smith SS 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 .231 1 13
J. Morris P 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .063 0 0
a-T. Bosley PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .200 1 4
C. Guante P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0
Totals 32 2 6 2 2 6 13
a - T. Bosley pinch hit for J. Morris in the 8th

BATTING
Doubles: A. Wiggins (5, 3rd Inning off B. Shirley, 0 on, 0 outs) C. Cooper (6, 4th Inning off B. Shirley, 0 on, 1 out)
Home Runs: P. Molitor (5, 6th Inning off C. Codiroli, 0 on, 0 outs)
Total Bases: A. Wiggins 2 , O. Smith , P. Molitor 5 , W. McGee , C. Cooper 2
Runners left in scoring position, 2 outs: P. Molitor , W. McGee , R. Henderson
GIDP: B. Boone
Hit by Pitch: J. Morris
Team LOB: 5

BASERUNNING
SB: O. Smith (9) , P. Molitor (13) , R. Henderson (27)

FIELDING
Errors: A. Wiggins 2 (14) , W. McGee (2)
Double Plays: 1 (Wiggins-Smith-Cooper)

PITTSBURGH PITCHING LINESCORE SAN DIEGO PITCHING LINESCORE
Player IP H R ER BB K HR PI PS ERA
B. Shirley 3.1 3 0 0 0 2 0 49 32 2.68
C. Codiroli W (1-0) 2.2 2 1 1 0 2 1 30 18 3.60
J. McLaughlin 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 0 23 12 1.93
P. Ladd SV (7) 1.2 0 0 0 1 1 0 19 11 4.63
PITCHING
Game Score: B. Shirley 54
Batters Faced: B. Shirley 14, C. Codiroli 9, J. McLaughlin 6, P. Ladd 6
Ground Outs - Fly Outs: B. Shirley 4-4, C. Codiroli 4-1, J. McLaughlin 1-2, P. Ladd 3-1
Pitches - Strikes: B. Shirley 49-32, C. Codiroli 30-18, J. McLaughlin 23-12, P. Ladd 19-11
Inherited Runners - Scored: C. Codiroli 2-0 , P. Ladd 1-0
Hit Batsmen: B. Shirley
Player IP H R ER BB K HR PI PS ERA
J. Morris L (6-1) 8.0 8 5 2 0 8 0 109 78 1.80
C. Guante 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 12 9 9.00
PITCHING
Game Score: J. Morris 60
Batters Faced: J. Morris 33, C. Guante 3
Ground Outs - Fly Outs: J. Morris 7-7, C. Guante 0-1
Pitches - Strikes: J. Morris 109-78, C. Guante 12-9

GAME NOTES
Player of the Game: Jack Morris
Ballpark: Jack Murphy Stadium
Weather: Partly Cloudy (54 degrees), wind blowing in from left at 8 mph
Start Time: 7:05 PM PST
Time: 2:39
Attendance: 41402
Special Notes: SP Bob Shirley was injured while pitching.
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Darnit, lol. That is the save as PDF, then copy/paste method, above. will try again.
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May 8 1983.pdf

Ok, that is the 'save it to pdf, then attach it' method. Hey, at least it's clickable.
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May 9th, 1983 Padres comeback for win

May 9 1983 Padres come back for win.pdf

I'll figure the posting box scores out, and I thank folks for the help. While I am working through that process, just click on the link and you'll get to see the in-game recap, in pdf form.

As an aside, I REALLY dig that 2019 has the 'modern 3d view' complete with moving players and such. It slows the pace of getting through a game a bit, but I have to admit, watching the team fly out of the dugout on a walk-off win was worth it.
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Try this...

Open the box score in game...
Click the Open in External Browser button in the upper right hand corner
From the Chrome Browser choose the print option from the menu in the upper right hand corner
On the left side of the Print Dialog, choose Save As PDF from Destination
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I am only getting save as webpage, and webpage complete as options. will continue trying.
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Ach, following your instructions, the file size ends up at over 800k, too big for the 512 limit. I must be doing something wrong. Try try again.

To answer your question, I am fairly tech savvy, but adobe...
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I tried breaking the pdf file into 2 pieces (page 1 and page 2) to fit under the 512k limit. page 1 ends up at 517, and I have yet to figure out how to edit the pdf file for size.

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May 10th, 1983

With the Pirates down 4-3 in the top of the 8th, the Padres Manager brought in Jessie Orosco to hold the lead for an inning. Instead, Raines led off with a walk, and Bucs’ 3rd baseman Bill Madlock parked a 2-2 pitch in the left field seats to give Pittsburgh a 5-4 lead.

In the bottom of the 9th, the Padres attempted to retake the lead against the Pirate reliever Rod Scurry. Rickey Henderson led of the 9th by drawing a free pass. He stole 2nd (his 2nd steal of the game and 29th of the season) to put the tying run in scoring position, then Molitor walked, putting runners at 1st and 2nd. Tony Gwynn singled, driving Henderson in and tying the game in the process, and chasing Rod Scurry in the process. With Cecil Cooper coming up, the Pirates countered with John Henry Johnson. Cooper greeted him by dumping a fastball just over the shortstop’s head, driving Molitor in with the winning run and emptying the Padres dugout, celebrating the walk off win to end the series against Pittsburgh.

Scurry took the loss for Pittsburgh, while L. DeLeon, who had pitched a scoreless top of the 9th, earned the win for the now 25-7 San Diego Padres.
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May 12th, 1983

After a day off, the Padres hosted the LA Dodgers for the 1st of a 4 game series, at the Murph.

San Diego ace Dave Stieb squared off against lefthander Jerry Reuss, and neither disappointed, as it was a pitchers’ duel throughout the game. Still, the Dodgers held a thin 2-1 lead going into the bottom of the 9th, and had their closer, George Frazier on the mound to keep it that way.

In the bottom of the 9th, Mike Scioscia grounded out to start things off. Wiggins leaked a grounder into the outfield to put the tying run on base, then stole 2nd, (his 19th) to put the tying run into scoring position. Ozzie Smith flew out to shallow center for out #2, and the fickle Padres fans started gathering their foam fingers and heading for the exits. Thad Bosley pinch hit for the pitcher, and hit a long HR to right center, winning the game for the hometown Padres, 3-2.

It was the 2nd walk-off win in a row for the Padres, and the 2nd game in a row that L. DeLeon picked up the win, having pitched 2 scoreless innings of relief behind starter Dave Stieb.
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I tried breaking the pdf file into 2 pieces (page 1 and page 2) to fit under the 512k limit. page 1 ends up at 517, and I have yet to figure out how to edit the pdf file for size.

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The cheapest and easiest thing to do would be to create a free google account. With that you can save the pdf to Google Drive, also free. From Google Drive you share the file, it will give you a link you can post on the OOTP board. i imagine any cloud storage will allow you to share a link, but i'm not well versed on them...

Another option would be to use an app that can convert the pdf to a document so you can edit it. (i would suggest deleting the recap and graph first; then you may have to delete the heading to make it small enough to attach. Then you convert it back to a pdf. i use WPS Office to do edit pdfs. But you'd have to pay for the premium version to do this.

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Coming off of 2 straight walk-off wins, the Padres came into a Friday the 13th (of May) matchup against their rivals, the LA Dodgers.

Tommy Lasorda sent Rick Sutcliffe to the mound to face off against San Diego’s Charlie Hough, and another pitchers’ duel was in the offing, as both pitchers were sharp.

The Padres scraped together a run in the 3rd, as Ozzie Smith walked with 1 out, stole 2nd, and then scored when Charlie Hough dumped a single over the 2nd baseman’s head.

Charlie Hough, meanwhile gave up only 2 hits in his 8 innings before being lifted (some would say unnecessarily) for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the 8th.

Goose Gossage came in to complete the shutout, but the Dodgers hadn’t read the script, as Larry Parrish tripled with 1 out, and scored on Larry Bergman’s single to tie the game at 1 apiece. Goose escaped further damage.

Lasorda, perhaps looking to not repeat the error of yanking his starter too early, sent Sutcliffe out for the 9th inning to face San Diego’s 2, 3, and 4 hitters. Paul Molitor then, led off, and popped up to the 2nd baseman. Tony Gwynn leaked a single through the left side of the infield to put the go ahead run on. The Padres Manager decided to go for broke, and sent pinch runner Otis Nixon into the game. Everyone in the stadium knew he was going to attempt to steal 2nd, and with a 2-1 count he slid in under Tom Runnells’ tag to put the go ahead runner at 2nd, with 1 out. Pinch running for your best hitter in a tie game, despite that hitter having good speed and 5 stolen bases for the season, shows how aggressive this team is with speed utilization.

Cecil Cooper was walked intentionally, bringing centerfielder Willie McGee to the plate. McGee has been struggling at the plate, to be sure, hitting in the low .230s for the season. On this day, though, McGee came through, singling up the middle, driving in a hustling Otis Nixon for an incredible 3rd walk-off win in a row for the hometown Padres.

Hough’s 2 hit 8 inning performance ends in a no-decision, with Gossage picking up his 2nd blown save of the season, and his 2nd win. Sutcliffe took the loss in a hard luck performance, taking his record to 4-3. After 2 games of the 4 game series, the Dodgers are 18-15, with the division-leading Padres holding a 27-7 record.
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I'll work on it, Darkhorse, and figure it out.

On a side note, these forums should probably be a bit more user-friendly on the game recap postings, lol---they encourage it, and then make it a pain in the buttocks...lol

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I'll work on it, Darkhorse, and figure it out.

On a side note, these forums should probably be a bit more user-friendly on the game recap postings, lol---they encourage it, and then make it a pain in the buttocks...lol

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May 14th, 1983

Short recap, as I am a bit busy today, but still want to post it as it is a bit on the remarkable side.

Jack Morris went 9 innings, but scuffled a bit, giving up 4 runs, squandering a 3 run lead the Padres scratched together over the first 5 innings.

In the bottom of the 9th, The Dodgers sent Jose Bautista to the mound to keep the game tied. He retired Scioscia and Wiggins to start the inning. With 2 outs, Ozzie Smith singled and stole 2nd, bringing up the pitcher's slot.

The Padres Manager sent pinch hitter Thad Bosley to the batters' box, and he promptly hit a flyball to centerfield, which was dropped for an error, allowing the winning run to score, and giving the Padres a 4th walk-off win in a row.

5 walk-off wins in a row, by the Yankees, is the major league record.
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Thought you might like this. Like i said before, i'm a big fan of the speed game. i haven't been able to build a roster as good as yours for my PT. But i was able to enjoy this moment recently. Probably more of a run off than a walk off...
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Thought you might like this. Like i said before, i'm a big fan of the speed game. i haven't been able to build a roster as good as yours for my PT. But i was able to enjoy this moment recently. Probably more of a run off than a walk off...
That's gonna be on SportCenter, for sure, lol. Nice.
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So, how does a team follow up 4 walk off wins in a row? A 8-0 shutout win, that's how.

John Tudor was dominant, running his record to 2 wins against 4 losses. Hopefully this is the turn-around game for Tudor, as he has been under-performing in '83 thus far.

As of May 15, the NL West standings look like this:

Padres 29-7
Astros 22-15 7.5 gb
Reds 21-15 8 gb
Dodgers 18-17 10.5 gb
Giants 12-22 16 gb
Braves 10-25 18.5 gb
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