Sock Seibold Memorial Baseball League (1965)

Off-Season Schedule

12-23 7 pm PT Deadline to drop to at most 28
12-26 7 pm PT supplemental draft (5 rounds)-must have room on your roster
12-26 7:15 pm PT free agency turned on
12-28 early morning season starts
Times are approximate and subject to change with my work schedule and baby duties, but I’ll try to stick to it. Most of this hinges on whether I have service until after Christmas when I’ll be in BFE.

Please check your rosters for accuracy.

1964 World Series Champions - Milwaukee Braves

The Milwaukee Braves took care of the Detroit Tigers in resounding fashion to win the 1964 World Series. Aside from games 3 and 5, the latter of which saw the Tigers pitchers Mickey Lolich and Bob Shaw combine for a 2 hit shut-out in a 13-0 rout, the Braves held the upper hand for most of the series. For the Braves it was their 5th MLB championship in as many chances, and their first since 1962.

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Koufax's 9-K performance not enough

Sandy Koufax whiffed 9 batters, but the Pirates managed to beat the Dodgers, 3-2. | Box

White Sox fail to follow Buford's lead in loss

A big game from Don Buford couldn't lift the White Sox to victory. Boston prevailed by a score of 5-4, despite 3 hits and 3 RBIs by Buford. Sonny Siebert struckout 10 Chicago batters in the contest. | Box

Johnson's 8-K performance not enough

Ken Johnson whiffed 8 batters, but the Indians managed to beat the Athletics, 3-2. | Box

Gentile powers Orioles to win over Yankees

Jim Gentile blasted 2 homers, lifting the Orioles to a 7-5 win over New York. | Box

Gibson tosses shutout for Cardinals

Houston is hoping not to see Bob Gibson again for a long while. Gibson went the distance, leading St. Louis to a 7-0 victory. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Staub, Astros .3893 HR7 RBI
F. Whitfield, Cardinals .3502 HR8 RBI
T. Horton, Indians .3683 HR6 RBI
G. Coleman, Reds .5002 HR7 RBI
J. Gentile, Orioles .4673 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

F. Robinson, White Sox 1 for 20 (.050)
B. Skowron, Yankees 4 for 22 (.182)
F. Bolling, Astros 2 for 19 (.105)
D. Jones, Indians 4 for 21 (.190)
R. Reichardt, Angels 3 for 20 (.150)

Leaders: RBI

F. Robinson, Reds 86
G. Coleman, Reds 86
W. McCovey, Giants 83
W. Mays, Tigers 82
B. Williams, Cubs 78

Leaders: Wins

J. Marichal, Giants 17
D. McLain, Tigers 17
P. Niekro, Braves 14
J. Maloney, Reds 14
S. Koufax, Dodgers 13
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I just assumed that EVERY team attempts to steal signs. Some teams were just better at it than others. I also didn't care about the Ty Cobb stories , the Eddie Cicotte stories , the Denny McClain stories , the McGwire stories or the Sosa stories. I also tend to believe that all professional athletes probably use PEDs , at least , to ease the effects of joint overuse and injury healing.
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