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Guess the Game from the Scoreboard for August 31, 2022

Guess The Game…

…From The Scoreboard

Today’s scoreboard comes from Stephen Portnoy.

The premise of the game (GTGFTS) is simple: I’ll post a scoreboard and you guys simply identify the game depicted. In the past, I don’t know if I’ve ever completely stumped you (some are easier than others).

Here’s the Scoreboard. In the comments below, try to identify the game (date & location, as well as final score). If anything noteworthy occurred during the game, please add that in (and if you were AT the game, well bonus points for you!):

Please continue sending these in! You’re welcome to send me any scoreboard photos (with answers please), and I’ll keep running them.

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    September 10, 1964

    St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ Philadelphia Phillies 5 (Connie Mack Stadium)

    Pitcher Chris Short pitched a complete game and had a triple.

    Cardinals at Phillies
    September 10, 1964
    Could be Johnny Callison rounding the bases.

    Newly-acquired Vic Power…traded to Phils the day before…was #62.
    Maybe he was issued Rick Wise’s old jersey (was he sent down to the minors beforehand?) ?

    Hi. Looks like Cardinals at Phillies, September 10, 1964. The Phillies won 5-1, with four unearned runs thanks to six Cardinals errors. Judging from the runner’s gait, that’s Phils RF Johnny Callison rounding the bases after hitting a three-run dinger off of Ray Sadecki.

    After this win, the Phillies held a 6-game lead in the NL standings over the Cardinals, Reds, and Giants. Three weeks later, after a 10-game losing streak in which they were swept by the Reds, (Milwaukee) Braves, and these same Cardinals, the Phillies found themselves in third place behind St. Louis and Cincinnati. They avenged themselves—against the Reds, anyway, by sweeping a two-game set to finish the season, while the Cardinals ended the season by whomping the Mets behind Bob Gibson to clinch the 1964 National League pennant on October 4, 1964, the day after I was born. In St. Louis.

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