Strat-O-Matic Report


NEWSPAPER STYLE RECAP FOR 1957 National League                 Date: 6/10/1957
 
TEAM     WON LOST   BATTING AVERAGE     HOME RUNS           RUNS BATTED IN
1957 CIN  32  18    S.Musial  SLN .359  G.Crowe   CIN   16  D.Snider  BRN   42
1957 MLN  29  18    W.Mays    NYN .353  D.Snider  BRN   15  W.Mays    NYN   36
1957 BRN  29  18    W.Moryn   CHN .350  E.Banks   CHN   15  G.Crowe   CIN   33
1957 PIN  21  27    E.Mathews MLN .345  OTHERS TIED W   11  D.Ennis   SLN   33
1957 PHN  21  27    D.Hoak    CIN .342                      OTHERS TIED W   32
1957 SLN  20  27
1957 NYN  22  30    WINS                SAVES               ERA
1957 CHN  17  26    J.Klippst CIN    6  C.Labine  BRN    7  W.Spahn   MLN 2.03
                    B.Buhl    MLN    6  E.Roebuck BRN    5  B.Lawrenc CIN 2.63
                    W.Spahn   MLN    6  E.Johnson MLN    5  B.Buhl    MLN 2.75
                    OTHERS TIED W    5  M.Grissom NYN    5  J.Klippst CIN 2.81
                                        OTHERS TIED W    4  J.Pizarro MLN 2.83
 
                    CUR HIT STREAK      STOLEN BASES        STRIKEOUTS
                    B.Mazeros PIN    8  D.Fondy   ***   15  D.Drott   CHN   64
                    D.Snider  BRN    7  W.Mays    NYN   12  J.Sanford PHN   61
                    F.Robinso CIN    7  J.Gilliam BRN    9  D.Drysdal BRN   53
                    G.Crowe   CIN    7  E.Banks   CHN    5  B.Friend  PIN   53
                    D.Hoak    CIN    7  OTHERS TIED W    4  S.Jones   SLN   52
 
YESTERDAY'S GAMES   TODAY'S SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE STARTERS
CHN  0  at  PHN  2  CIN-Nuxhall(4-1, 3.89) at PIN-Law(2-3, 3.67)
CIN  0  at  BRN  7  MLN-Burdett(3-4, 3.06) at BRN-Newcomb(5-1, 3.37)
CIN  7  at  BRN  8
MLN  0  at  PIN  4
MLN  3  at  PIN  0
SLN  3  at  NYN  2
SLN  4  at  NYN  2
 
YESTERDAY'S BEST PERFORMANCES
BATTER         TM OPP AB  R  H RB BB Ks HR SB
D.Ennis       SLN NYN  2  2  2  2  2  0  2  0
D.Snider      BRN CIN  5  2  2  5  0  0  1  0
G.Bell        CIN BRN  4  2  1  2  1  1  1  0
W.Moon        SLN NYN  3  1  2  1  1  0  1  0
R.Katt        NYN SLN  3  1  1  1  0  0  1  0
 
PITCHER        TM OPP  INN  H  R ER BB Ks HR WLS
J.Pizarro     MLN PIN  9.0  4  0  0  2  5  0 W  
D.Cardwell    PHN CHN  8.2  5  0  0  2  7  0 W  
D.Drysdale    BRN CIN  7.2  7  0  0  2  7  0 W  
L.McDaniel    SLN NYN  9.0  6  2  1  2  3  0 W  
B.Friend      PIN MLN  9.0  7  0  0  2  1  0 W  
 
WHO'S HOT - BEST IN LAST 10 DAYS
BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS
E.Banks       CHN .360 25  9  7  6  4  C.Labine      BRN  7  2  0  1  3  0 001
E.Mathews     MLN .467 30 14 13  2  3  B.Friend      PIN 26 25  5  8  7  1 200
D.Long        CHN .429 28 12  8  1  3  W.Spahn       MLN 18 13  2  3  4  0 200
D.Snider      BRN .366 41 15 14  2  4  J.Pizarro     MLN 25 24  9 10 15  1 300
R.Katt        NYN .269 26  7  8  3  2  L.McDaniel    SLN 24 20  5  4  9  2 120
 
WHO'S NOT - WORST IN LAST 10 DAYS
BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS
E.Bouchee     PHN .059 34  2  2  2  0  B.Rush        CHN  6  6  5  4  2  2 010
B.Morgan      CHN .100 30  3  0  3  0  P.Burnside    NYN 15 24 10  4 12  4 030
R.Repulski    PHN .216 37  8  3  0  0  S.Miller      NYN 19 28 13  4  6  2 030
G.Hamner      PHN .182 33  6  1  3  0  D.Hillman     CHN  5  2  4  3  4  1 010
R.McMillan    CIN .147 34  5  2  4  0  E.Roebuck     BRN  6  8  5  4  3  2 100
 
INJURY REPORT
No injuries to report


Strat-O-Matic Report





NEWSPAPER GAME STORIES FOR 1957 National League                Date: 6/10/1957
 
CHICAGO AT PHILADELPHIA
Cubs............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  5  1
Phillies........ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 2    -  2  6  2
Win:Cardwell(5-2) Loss:Drott(3-4) Save:Farrell(4th)
 
At Connie Mack Stadium, the Philadelphia faithful were treated to an
intriguing pitcher's duel.  Don Cardwell(5-2) finally bested his Chicago
counterpart, Dick Drott(3-4), by the score of 2 to 0.
 
Philadelphia erupted with the game winning runs in the bottom of the 8th
inning scoring 2 runs on 2 hits.  After an out was recorded, Granny Hamner
started the attack as he singled.  Stan Lopata got his turn next, but he was
a strikeout victim.  Harmon got a good lead and stole second.  Ed Bouchee
stepped in and he was walked intentionally.  Willie Jones stepped into the
box and drew a walk to load the bases.  Rip Repulski added to the uprising
and doubled knocking home two runners.  Philadelphia had just 6 hits for the
afternoon.  
 
Turk Farrell earned his 4th save.  Drott was the losing pitcher.  He gave up 2
runs and 6 hits in 8 innings.
 
MILWAUKEE AT PITTSBURGH
Braves.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  7  0
Pirates......... 1 0 0  0 0 0  0 3    -  4  9  0
Win:Friend(5-5) Loss:Trowbridge(0-1)
 
Bob Friend tossed a complete game shutout and center fielder Bill Virdon had 2
base hits at Forbes Field as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Milwaukee Braves
by the count of 4 to 0.
 
Friend(5-5) pitched a solid game.  He was reached for 7 hits and 2 walks in 9
innings lowering his ERA from 3.34 to 3.06.  Pittsburgh banged out 9 on the
afternoon.  
 
Bob Trowbridge(0-1) was the loser.  With this win, Pittsburgh has a 21-26
record.  They have been 6-4 lately.  With this loss, Milwaukee has a 7-3
record of late, 28-18 overall.
 
MILWAUKEE AT PITTSBURGH
Braves.......... 0 0 1  0 2 0  0 0 0  -  3  9  0
Pirates......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  1
Win:Pizarro(5-2) Loss:Kline(5-6)
 
Center fielder Bill Bruton had 2 base hits and Juan Pizarro pitched 9 strong
innings as the Milwaukee Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 3 to 0 at
Forbes Field.
 
Milwaukee jumped on top of Pittsburgh in the top of the 3rd inning plating an
isolated run utilizing 2 base hits.  That scoring would be all that was
needed.  Milwaukee rapped out 9 hits for the afternoon.  
 
For Pizarro(5-2) it was his 2nd shutout this year. Ron Kline(5-6) absorbed the
loss.  He pitched 8 innings and surrendered 7 hits and 1 walk.
 
'We didn't have a whole lot of chances today,' Bobby Bragan said.  'Pizarro
just was too much for our guys.'
 
ST. LOUIS AT NEW YORK
Cardinals....... 1 0 0  0 0 0  2 0 0  -  3 10  1
Giants.......... 0 1 0  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  2  7  0
Win:Mizell(2-3) Loss:Miller(1-4) Save:Merritt(4th)
Homeruns- R.Katt(2nd)
 
Wally Moon had 3 base hits as the St. Louis Cardinals outscored the New York
Giants 3 to 2.
 
St. Louis came up with 2 runs in the 7th inning with the help of 4 hits.  They
would prove to be the difference in the contest.  New York threatened in the
9th but their rally came up short.  
 
Vinegar Bend Mizell(2-3) allowed 2 runs in 8 and 2/3 innings, and picked up
the victory. Mizell got relief help from Lloyd Merritt who gained credit for
his 4th save.  The loss was charged to Stu Miller(1-4).  He surrendered 8
hits and 2 walks in 7 innings.  
 
Bill Rigney was in a contemplative mood after the tough loss, 'It is really
hard to lose this kind of a game.  It may seem weird to some, but it is
easier to take the occasional blow-out loss.  It is the ones that just barely
get away that hurt so much - like this one!'
 
ST. LOUIS AT NEW YORK
Cardinals....... 0 0 1  1 0 1  0 1 0  -  4 10  1
Giants.......... 0 1 0  0 0 1  0 0 0  -  2  6  0
Win:McDaniel(1-6) Loss:Burnside(0-6)
Homeruns- D.Ennis-2(7th), W.Moon(7th)
 
Right fielder Del Ennis ripped 2 homeruns and Lindy McDaniel pitched a
complete game at Polo Grounds where the St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York
Giants by the score of 4 to 2.
 
McDaniel(1-6) gave St. Louis a solid outing. He allowed just 6 hits and 2
walks in 9 innings seeing his ERA drop from 4.56 to 4.03.  St. Louis finished
with 10 hits in the victory.  
 
Pete Burnside(0-6) was charged with the loss.  He allowed 2 runs and 5 hits in
5 innings.
 
CINCINNATI AT BROOKLYN
Redlegs......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  8  0
Dodgers......... 0 2 0  0 0 3  2 0    -  7 12  1
Win:Drysdale(5-2) Loss:Lawrence(5-3)
 
Duke Snider had 2 base hits and 2 RBI as the Brooklyn Dodgers outscored the
Cincinnati Redlegs 7 to 0.
 
Brooklyn went ahead for good in the 2nd inning with 2 runs using 4 hits.  Carl
Furillo got things going when he laced a base-hit.  Gil Hodges followed and
he slapped a single.  Rube Walker then singled bringing in a run.  Charlie
Neal stepped in and he delivered a single scoring the final run of the
inning.  That early scoring was all that Don Drysdale(5-2) needed.  Brooklyn
had 12 hits overall, while Cincinnati had 8.  
 
Brooks Lawrence(5-3) ended up with the loss.  He pitched 6 innings giving up 9
hits and no walks.
 
CINCINNATI AT BROOKLYN
Redlegs......... 2 1 1  1 0 0  1 1 0  -  7 11  0
Dodgers......... 0 0 0  0 0 2  1 0 5  -  8 11  2
Win:Lehman(1-0) Loss:Sanchez(0-1)
Homeruns- G.Bell(7th), F.Robinson(9th), D.Snider(15th)
 
With the crowd on their collective feet, screaming at the top of their lungs,
Brooklyn Dodgers rallied to top Cincinnati Redlegs by the score of 8 to
7.
 
Brooklyn scored the decisive runs in a big bottom of the 9th inning scoring 5
runners on 4 hits.  The crucial at-bat was provided by Duke Snider who
brought a roar from the partisan Ebbets Field fans when he doubled emptying
the bases.  Despite scoring in 6 separate innings, Cincinnati could not get
the win.  
 
Ken Lehman(1-0) was the winner allowing 1 run in 2 innings. Raul Sanchez(0-1)
absorbed the loss in relief.  Walter Alston was ebullient after the game,
'It's great to win a hard fought game like that.  Our guys just weren't going
to be denied.  And did you see the fans - they were going wild! Yes sir, a
very enjoyable win this afternoon!'