1983 APBA Master Replay

 

1983 American League as of Thursday, June 16, 1983

 

 

                                EAST                                                               WEST

Team

W

L

Pct

GB

L10

STR

 

Team

W

L

Pct

GB

L10

STR

Baltimore

39

23

.629

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8-2

W2

 

Chicago

39

21

.644

---

7-3

W1

Milwaukee

35

24

.593

2.0

4-6

L2

 

Kansas City

29

28

.509

8.5

5-5

W1

Detroit

34

26

.567

4.0

5-5

W1

 

California

30

31

.492

9.5

3-7

L1

New York

33

28

.541

5.5

7-3

W3

 

Minnesota

27

37

.421

14.0

6-4

L2

Toronto

32

28

.533

6.0

4-6

L2

 

Seattle

26

39

.400

15.5

2-8

L1

Boston

29

31

.483

9.0

3-7

L1

 

Texas

23

37

.393

16.0

8-2

W2

Cleveland

26

35

.426

12.5

4-6

L3

 

Oakland

23

39

.371

17.0

4-6

W2

 

Yesterday's (15 June) Results:

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Baltimore 16 Milwaukee 1 Storm Davis (8-3) Rick Waits (0-1) None  
Boston 11 Detroit 9 Dennis Eckersley (2-6) Dave Rozema (2-4) Bob Stanley (12)  
Oakland 3 Toronto 1 Bill Krueger (6-4) Luis Leal (4-8) Tom Burgmeier (11)  
New York 6 Cleveland 4 Shane Rawley (4-6) Neal Heaton (2-3) Rich Gossage (12)  
California 0 Chicago 9 LaMarr Hoyt (7-4) Tommy John (5-6) None  
Kansas City 7 Minnesota 1 Paul Splittorf (5-0) Frank Viola (2-7)    
Seattle 2 Texas 5 Frank Tanana (6-2) Bob Stoddard (2-8)    

Today's Games (only 5 games scheduled):

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Oakland

9

Toronto

3

Steve McCatty (3-3)

Jim Gott (3-6)

 

 

New York

5

Cleveland

1

Ron Guidry (8-3)

Karl Anderson (0-2)

 

 

Boston

5

Detroit

8

Juan Berenguer (4-2) Bruce Hurst (7-4)

Dave Gumpert (2)

 

Baltimore

4

Milwaukee

2

Scott McGregor (10-2)

Moose Haas (8-1)

Tippy Martinez (10)

 

Minnesota

0

Texas

3

Danny Darwin (5-8)

Bryan Oelkers (0-4)

 

 

Tomorrow's (17 June) Games:

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Milwaukee

at

New York

 

Mike Caldwell (5-6)

Dave Righetti (10-3)

 

 

Boston

at

Baltimore

 

Bob Ojeda (4-3)

Dennis Martinez (7-2)

 

 

California

at

Toronto   Bill Travers (1-1) Dave Stieb (11-3)    

Detroit

at

Cleveland

 

Jack Morris (9-3)

Len Barker (6-3)

   

Oakland

at

Chicago

  Mike Norris (4-2) Jerry Koosman (2-3)    

Seattle

at

Kansas City

 

Gaylord Perry (6-6)

Larry Gura (2-8)

   

Minnesota

at

Texas

  Ken Schrom (3-2) Rick Honeycutt (4-5)