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Audio Recordings - Historic
Radio Broadcasts (1960 - 1988)

Complete Game Broadcast Recordings

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The Miley CollectionRelive summer evenings listening to complete game radio broadcasts from The Miley Collection. Listed below, you'll find our collection of historic broadcasts, starting with the oldest known recording from July 10, 1934. The games are listed by date, with team names and the final score. You'll also find the announcers' names in parentheses. Whether you choose a vintage game or our latest offering, you'll be swept up in the excitement. After all, it's baseball!

 

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Complete Game Broadcast Recordings

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1960's
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1960
April 23

Kansas City 6, Cleveland 5. Bauer's single in last of ninth lifts Athletics. Temple, Piersall collect three hits each for Indians. ABC-TV audio. (Erskine, Buck)
#2293

1960
April 24

New York (AL) 15, Baltimore 9. Yankees score eight in first and win despite two Oriole grand slams. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#1005

1960
May 10

Cleveland 5, New York (AL) 1. Piersall hits three-run homer as Indians score four runs in 10th to beat Yankees at Yankee Stadium. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2907

1960
May 20

Chicago (AL) 5, New York (AL)3. Early Wynn beats Whitey Ford in a game featuring the debut of Bill Veeck's exploding scoreboard. Mickey Mantle homers for the Yanks. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#1966

1960
May 29

New York (AL) 6, Washington 4. Lopez' two-run homer in last of 11th boosts Yankees after Senators tie game with three runs in ninth. Mantle has three hits, including homer, for New York. (Rizzuto, Barber, Allen)
#2897

1960
May 30

New York (AL) 3, Washington 2. Homers by Maris, Berra help Yankees salvage Game 2 of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Barber, Allen, Rizzuto)
#2762

1960
May 31

Baltimore 3, New York (AL) 2. Orioles move into first place with win over Ford at Memorial Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2810

1960
June 6

Chicago (AL) 3, New York (AL) 2. White Sox beat Ford with run in top of ninth after Maris homer ties game in eighth. (Rizzuto, Barber, Allen)
#2774

1960
June 10

New York (AL) 4, Cleveland 3. Mantle's homer in the eighth inning leads the Yankees over the Indians. Cleveland's Power ties major league record with two unassisted double plays. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2198

1960
June 17

New York (AL) 4, Chicago (AL) 2. Yankees light sparklers after Boyer, Mantle home runs. Ditmar hurls complete-game seven-hitter at Comiskey Park. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2681

1960
June 19

New York (AL) 7, Chicago (AL) 5. White Sox rally falls shorts despite homers by Minoso and Aparicio. First game of doubleheader at Comiskey Park. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2756

1960
June 21

New York (AL) 6, Detroit 0. Mantle's two homers, Ford's pitching lead Yankees past Tigers at Briggs Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2883

1960
June 24

New York (AL) 10, Cleveland 6. Kubek clouts two homers and has five RBIs in Yankees' win at Municipal Stadium. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2743

1960
July 3

New York (AL) 7, Detroit 6. Boyer's three-run homer, Maris' defense helps Yankees win first game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2769

1960
July 5

Washington 5, New York (AL) 3. Bob Allison's 10th inning home run beats the Yankees at Griffith Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#1890

1960
July 10

Boston 9, New York (AL) 5. Willie Tasby goes 5-for-5, Vic Wertz hits a grand slam, and Ted Williams gets his 1800th RBI as the Red Sox complete a sweep of the Yankees. Bill Skowron homers twice for New York. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2015

1960
July 11

National League 5, American League 3. All-Star Game at Kansas City. Willie Mays' three hits pace the National League. Banks, Kaline homer. (Harmon, Daniels)
#2123

1960
July 13

National League 6, American League 0. Mays' three hits, Musial's pinch-hit homer in the seventh and shutout pitching sparks the NL at Yankee Stadium. Ted Williams collects his final All-Star game hit. (Elson, Hoyt)
#2190

1960
July 17

Detroit 3, New York (AL) 2. Colavito's single in eighth provides winning margin as Tigers complete doubleheader sweep at Briggs Stadium. Skowron's two-run homer ties game in top half of the inning. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2239

1960
Aug. 13

New York (AL) 1, Washington 0. Maris, Mantle and Ford help Yankees beat Senators at Yankee Stadium and stay on top in torrid American League race. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2587

1960
Aug. 17

New York (AL) 3, Boston 2. Yankees tie game in eighth and win in 10th inning at Fenway Park. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2621

1960
Aug. 19

Washington 4, New York (AL) 2. Allison’s single in eighth breaks tie at Griffith Stadium. Pascual hurls five-hitter, Killebrew homers for Senators. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2641

1960
Aug. 21

Washington 7, New York (AL) 4. Home runs by Killebrew, Allison and Lemon lift Senators over Yankees at Griffith Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2780

1960
Aug. 23

Chicago (AL) 5, New York (AL) 1. Wynn hurls four-hitter for 281st career win. Yankees protest Wynn's start. (Allen, Barber, Rizzuto)
#2718

1960
Aug. 26

New York (AL) 7, Cleveland 5. Cerv's three-run homer helps Yankees take Game 2 and sweep doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. Piersall has single and two walks for Cleveland. (Barber, Allen, Rizzuto)
#2448

1960
Sept. 14

Kansas City 2, New York (AL) 1. Carey’s lead-off homer in bottom of ninth knocks Yankees out of first place. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2667

1960
Sept. 16

New York (AL) 4, Baltimore 2. A tense battle for first place. (Barber, Rizzuto)
#2423

1960
Sept. 25

New York (AL) 4, Boston 3. The Yankees clinch the pennant. (Gordon, Barber, Rizzuto)
#1917

1960
Sept. 27

New York (AL) 5, Washington 1. Duren fans first five batters to tie ML record as Yankees win 11th straight game. Blanchard, Skowron lead attack at Griffith Stadium. (Allen)
#2562

1960
Sept. 30

New York (AL) 6, Boston 5. The Yankees score three runs in the last of the ninth the beat the Red Sox. (Rizzuto, Barber)
#1942

s

1960
Oct. 2

New York (AL) 8, Boston 7. Long's two-run homer in last of ninth lifts Yankees to 15th straight win as regular season ends. (Callison, Rizzuto, Barber)
#2361

1960
Oct. 5

Pittsburgh 6, New York (AL) 4. Mazeroskis homer in the fourth helps the Bucs win Game 1 of the Series. (Thompson, Quinlan)
#2139

1960
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 16, Pittsburgh 3. Mantle homers twice as the Yankees win Game 2 at Forbes Field. The two teams combine for a Series record 32 hits. (Thompson, Quinlan)
#2140

1960
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 10, Pittsburgh 0. Richardson sets a Series record with six RBIs as the Yankees win Game 3 at Yankee Stadium. Ford scatters four hits. (Quinlan, Thompson)
#2143

1960
Oct. 9

Pittsburgh 3, New York (AL) 2. Virdon singles in two runs as Pirates overcome 1-0 deficit in fifth inning in Game 4 of World Series. (Quinlan, Thompson)
#1959

1960
Oct. 10

Pittsburgh 5, New York (AL) 2. Face pitches 2 2/3 innings of hitless relief as the Pirates win Game 5 of the World Series. Maris homers for the Yankees. (Quinlan, Thompson)
#2144

1960
Oct. 12

New York (AL) 12, Pittsburgh 0. Ford pitches second shutout as Yankees win Game 6 at Forbes Field and even World Series at three games apiece. Richardson belts two triples. (Thompson, Quinlan)
#2147

1960
Oct. 13

Pittsburgh 10, New York (AL) 9. Bill Mazeroski's HR in the bottom of the ninth lifts the Pirates over the Yankees in Game 7 of the 1960 World Series. (Chuck Thompson & Jack Quinlan)
#1006

1960
Oct. 13

Pittsburgh 10, New York (AL) 9. Mazeroskis homer in the bottom of the ninth beats the Yankees in Game 7 of the World Series. Audio of  NBC-TV broadcast. (Prince, Allen)
#1983

1961
April 11

Los Angeles (AL) 7, Baltimore 2. The first game in the Angels' history. (Bailey, Kelley, Wells)
#2388

1961
May 14

New York (AL) 5, Detroit 4. Tigers score three runs in top of ninth to tie game, but Yankees win opener of doubleheader on Berra's hit in 11th. (Rizzuto, Barber, Allen)
#2708

1961
May 21

New York (AL) 4, Baltimore 2. Ford hurls complete-game six-hitter and Maris homers as Yankees win first game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen, Barber)
#1994

1961
May 30

New York (AL) 12, Boston 3. The Yankees hit seven homers, including two each by Mantle, Maris, and Skowron. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2294

1961
June 11

Game 1

New York (AL) 2, Los Angeles (AL) 1. Berra belts two homers and Terry pitches complete game as Yankees win first game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. Maris makes game-saving defensive play. (Rizzuto, Allen, Barber)
#2303

1961
June 11

Game 2

New York (AL) 5, Los Angeles (AL) 1. Maris hits two homers and Mantle one as Yankees win Game 2 of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen, Barber)
#2380

1961
June 18

New York (AL) 9, Detroit 0. Ford hurls eight shutout innings and Maris clouts 24th homer as Yankees win at Tiger Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2362

1961
July 2

New York (AL) 13, Washington 4. Maris belts two homers and Mantle one as Yankees top Senators at Yankee Stadium. (Rizzuto, Barber)
#2442

1961
July 11

National League 5, American League 4. All-Star Game at Candlestick Park. Clemente hits game-winning single in the bottom of the 10th after Mays ties the game with a double. Seven errors by both sides sets an All-Star Game record. (Doggett, Dudley)
#2000

1961
July 15

New York (AL) 9, Chicago (AL) 8. Kubek's single in 19th lifts Yankees to comeback win over White Sox at Comiskey Park. Maris belts 35th as teams combine for seven home runs. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2675

1961
July 23

Boston 5, New York (AL) 4. Red Sox rally with two runs in bottom of ninth, capped by Geiger's single. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#1574

1961
July 31

National League 1, American League 1. The game, played at Fenway Park, was called after nine innings due to rain. It was the first time the All-Star Game ended in a tie. (Harwell, Walsh)
#2199

1961
Aug. 2

New York (AL) 6, Kansas City 5. Sullivan's two-run homer in ninth costs Ford his 20th win, but Yankees score in bottom of ninth to beat Athletics. (Rizzuto, Allen, Barber)
#2559

1961
Aug. 12

Washington 5, New York (AL) 1. Maris hits his 43rd home run en route to breaking Ruth's record. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2164

1961
Aug. 20

New York (AL) 6, Cleveland 0. Mantle, Maris homer as Yankees win first game of doubleheader at Municipal Stadium. Terry improves record to 10-1 with four-hitter. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2740

1961
Aug. 27

New York (AL) 8, Kansas City 7. Ford wins 22nd game before record crowd at Municipal Stadium. Berra, Howard homer for Yankees. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2737

1961
Sept. 3

New York (AL) 8, Detroit 5. Bottom of the ninth heroics: Mantle's second homer ties the game. Howard's three-run blast wins it. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#1461

1961
Sept. 4

New York (AL) 5, Washington 3. Blanchard's homer in bottom of eighth breaks tie in first game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2863

1961
Sept. 10

New York (AL) 7, Cleveland 6. Yankees win 11th straight game. Piersall is attacked by fans in seventh. First game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2251

1961
Sept. 17

New York (AL) 6, Detroit 4. Maris' 58th home run lifts Yankees to victory in 12th inning at Tiger Stadium. Colavito has three hits for Detroit. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2371

1961
Sept. 19

New York (AL) 3, Baltimore 1. Skowron’s two-run homer helps Yankees clinch tie for pennant at Memorial Stadium. Second game of doubleheader. (Rizzuto, Barber)
#2662

1961
Sept. 20

New York (AL) 4, Baltimore 2. The Yanks clinch the pennant at Memorial Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#1475

1961
Sept. 24

Boston 3, New York (AL) 1. Red Sox score twice in seventh to beat Yankees at Fenway Park. Monbouquette hurls complete-game five-hitter. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2841

1961
Oct. 1

New York (AL) 1, Boston 0. Roger Maris hits No. 61 to break Babe Ruths home run record on the last day of the season. (Rizzuto, Barber, Allen)
#1935

1961
Oct. 4

New York (AL) 2, Cincinnati 0. Whitey Ford blanks the Reds for his eighth World Series victory as the Yankees take Game 1. Howard, Skowron homer. (Wolff, Hoyt)
#1979

1961
Oct. 5

Cincinnati 6, New York (AL) 2. Chacon scores go-ahead run with alert baserunning in fifth inning as Reds win Game 2 of World Series. Jay hurls complete-game four-hitter. (Hoyt, Wolff)
#2006

1961
Oct. 7

New York (AL) 3, Cincinnati 2. John Blanchard's homer ties the game in the eighth and Roger Maris puts the Yanks ahead with a homer in the ninth as New York wins Game 3 of the World Series. The first Series game in Cincinnati in 21 years. (Wolff, Hoyt)
#1936

1961
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 7, Cincinnati 0. Ford extends his World Series scoreless inning streak to 32, eclipsing Ruth's record, in Game 4. (Hoyt, Wolff)
#1084

1961
Oct. 9

New York (AL) 13, Cincinnati 5. Lopez and Blanchard belt homers as the Yankees win Game 5 at Crosley Field and take the World Series. (Wolff, Hoyt)
#1995

1962
April 11

St. Louis 11, New York (NL) 4. The Mets' very first game. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1198

1962
April 22

Pittsburgh 4, New York (NL) 3. The Mets drop ninth straight game at the start of inaugural season, while Pirates win 10th straight. Mazeroski triples in go-ahead run in eighth at Forbes Field. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2333

1962
May 13

Cleveland 8, New York (AL) 5. Indians erase 5-0 deficit to complete sweep of doubleheader at Municipal Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2855

1962
May 18

Milwaukee 5, New York (NL) 2. Mathews' homer in bottom of eighth breaks tie as Braves beat Mets. Spahn hurls complete game for 313th career win. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2811

1962
May 20

New York (NL) 7, Milwaukee 6. Mets score six runs in last two innings to beat Braves in Game 1 of twinbill at County Stadium. Includes highlights of Game 2, also won by New York. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2381

1962
May 21

Houston 3, New York (NL) 2. Colt .45s break tie in eighth to nip Mets at Colt Stadium. Golden hurls complete-game seven-hitter and Warwick has three hits for Houston. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2767

1962
May 27

San Francisco 6, New York (NL) 5. Giants rally for four runs in last of eighth to beat Mets in second game of doubleheader. Cepeda has three hits for San Francisco while Hickman belts three-run homer for New York. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2347

1962
May 30

Los Angeles 13, New York (NL) 6. Koufax beats Mets as Dodgers return to New York for first time since leaving Brooklyn. Wills has four hits, including two homers. First game of doubleheader. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2649

1962
May 30

Los Angeles 6, New York (NL) 5. Willie Davis homers in top of 9th inning to spark the Dodgers in second game of doubleheader. Gil Hodges homers twice for Mets. Missing two batters in last of 9th. (Kiner, Nelson, Murphy)
#1926

1962
June 1

San Francisco 9, New York (NL) 6. Willie Mays homers in his return to the Polo Grounds. (Kiner, Murphy, and Nelson)
#1982

1962
June 8

St. Louis 8, San Francisco 4. Bob Gibson beats Juan Marichal. (Buck, Caray)
#1007

1962
June 17

Chicago (NL) 8, New York (NL) 7. Lou Brock hits historic homer into center field bleachers at the Polo Grounds. First game of doubleheader. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2007

1962
June 27

Pittsburgh 6, New York (NL) 5. Skinner’s single in 10th leads Bucs over Mets at Forbes Field. Virdon has four hits for Pittsburgh while Thomas has double, homer for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2873

1962
June 30

Los Angeles 5, New York (NL) 0. Koufax hurls the first of his four no-hitters, striking out 13 Mets at Dodger Stadium. Includes bonus calls by Vin Scully of game’s final out as well as entire ninth inning of Koufax’s 1965 perfect game against Cubs. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2551

1962
July 8

St. Louis 15, New York (NL) 1. Musial hits three homers and Gibson allows only three hits in the Cardinals win at the Polo Grounds. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2086

1962
July 10

National League 3, American League 1. Musial singles to ignite rally in sixth. as National League wins All-Star Game at new D.C. Stadium. Drysdale, Bunning shine on mound, and Wills scores twice. (Nelson, McLean)
#1425

1962
July 15

San Francisco 9, New York (NL) 8. Mets six-run rally in eighth falls short in second game of doubleheader at Polo Grounds. Marichal picks up save, first of two in his career. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2822

1962
July 22

Cincinnati 4, New York (NL) 3. Keough's homer in ninth beats Mets in second game of twinbill at Crosley Field. Pinson also homers for Cincinnati. Hickman has three hits for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2339

1962
July 27

St. Louis 6, New York (NL) 5. James' three-run homer in eighth gives Cards comeback win and sweep of doubleheader at Busch Stadium. Kanehl has three hits for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2570

1962
July 30

American League 9, National League 4. Runnels, Wagner and Colavito homer to lead the AL at Wrigley Field in the second All-Star contest of the summer. (Quinlan, Kell)
#2232

1962
Sept. 23

New York (NL) 2, Chicago (NL) 1. Thomas singles home Coleman in last of ninth as Mets win season finale at the Polo Grounds. Kranepool gets first major league hit. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2008

1962
Sept. 30

Chicago (NL) 5, New York (NL) 1. The Cubs deal the Mets their 120th loss and pull off a triple play in the season finale. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2165

1962
Oct. 1

San Francisco 8, Los Angeles 0. Mays homers twice and Pierce hurls three-hit shutout in Game 1 of NL playoff series at Candlestick Park. (Wolff, Helfer)
#2591

1962
Oct. 3

San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 4. The Giants score four times in their last at bat to win the decisive Game 3 playoff against the Dodgers. (Kell, Helfer)
#1578

1962
Oct. 4

New York (AL) 6, San Francisco 2. Ford records his 10th World Series triumph as Yankees win Game 1 at Candlestick Park. Boyer breaks tie with seventh-inning homer. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2001

1962
Oct. 5

San Francisco 2, New York (AL) 0. Sanford holds the Yankees to three hits as the host Giants win Game 2 of the World Series. McCovey homers for San Francisco. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2128

1962
Oct. 7

New York (AL) 3, San Francisco 2. Maris two-run single in the seventh inning breaks up a scoreless contest in Game 3 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2091

1962
Oct. 8

San Francisco 7, New York (AL) 3. Hiller's grand slam propels the Giants in Game 4 of the Series. Marichal and Ford are the starters. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2149

1962
Oct. 10

New York (AL) 5, San Francisco 3. Tresh's 3-run homer lifts the Yankees to victory in Game 5 of the World Series. Sanford fans 10 for the visiting Giants. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2150

1962
Oct. 15

San Francisco 5, New York (AL) 2. After a three-day rain delay, Cepeda ignites the Giants in Game 6 of the World Series. Pierce holds the Yankees to three hits. (Garagiola, Kell)
#2151

1962
Oct. 16

New York (AL) 1, San Francisco 0. McCovey's line drive is caught with two out and two on in the ninth as the Yanks win the seventh game of the World Series. (Garagiola, Kell)
#1435

1963
April 21

New York (NL) 8, Milwaukee 5. Hickman's grand slam in eighth lifts Mets in first game of twinbill at Polo Grounds. Aaron homers for Milwaukee. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2584

1963
May 10

New York (NL) 3, Cincinnati 2. Hickman's homer in last of eighth gives Mets fifth straight win. Willey hurls complete-game five-hitter. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2785

1963
May 17

San Francisco 4, New York (NL) 3. Giants beat the Mets at windy Candlestick Park on disputed homer by Amalfitano in 11th inning. Mays, McCovey also homer for Giants, while Hunt homers for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2316

1963
May 19

Los Angeles 1, New York (NL) 0. Koufax blanks Mets in Game 1 of doubleheader at Dodger Stadium. Includes final inning of Game 2, won by Dodgers on Howard's homer in 13th. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2372

1963
May 24

St. Louis 10, New York (NL) 4. Gibson and Musial homer as Cards beat Mets at Busch Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2804

1963
May 26

St. Louis 7, New York (NL) 4. James’ three-run pinch homer lifts Cardinals to win in first game of doubleheader at Busch Stadium. Boyer has five hits and White four for home team. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2645

1963
June 2

New York (NL) 2, Pittsburgh 1. Pirate outfielders collide in bottom of 10th as Mets win first game of doubleheader. Snider homers for New York. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2719

1963
June 2

New York (NL) 4, Pittsburgh 3. Hickman’s homer in 10th gives Mets sweep of doubleheader at Polo Grounds. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2698

1963
June 5

Milwaukee 11, New York (NL) 9. Mets battle back after trailing by eight runs but Braves win in 10th at Polo Grounds. Aaron, Mathews each have three hits for Milwaukee.
#2887

1963
June 7

New York (NL) 3, St. Louis 2. Sniders 3-run homer in the last of the ninth stuns the Cards. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2011

1963
June 23

New York (NL) 5, Philadelphia 0. Piersall hits 100th career home run and runs around bases backwards in first game of twinbill at Polo Grounds. Willey hurls two-hitter for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2325

1963
June 26

New York (NL) 8, Chicago (NL) 6. Harkness belts grand slam with two outs in 14th to lead Mets over Cubs at Polo Grounds. (Kiner, Nelson)
#2910

1963
July 9

National League 5, American League 3. Mays scores twice and has two RBIs to lead NL all-stars at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium. Brooks Robinson collects two hits. (Neal, Bryson)
#2335

1963
July 12

Los Angeles 6, New York (NL) 0. Pitching at the Polo Grounds, Koufax picks up his 15th win as the Dodgers hand the Mets their 13th straight loss. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2200

1963
Sept. 15

St. Louis 3, Milwaukee 2. Second-place Cards win behind Burdette, who beats his old team in first game of a twinbill. White, Boyer homer for St. Louis, while Aaron hits No. 42 for Braves. (Caray, Gross)
#1032

1963
Sept.16

Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1. Dodgers score two in ninth to win battle for first place at Sportsman’s Park. Padres, Willie Davis lead Los Angeles while Musial belts 475th homer for Cardinals. (Buck, Caray)
#2638

1963
Oct. 2

Los Angeles 5, New York (AL) 2. Sandy Koufax fans a record 15 hitters to beat Whitey Ford and the Yankees in Game 1 of the World Series. (Harwell, Garagiola)
#1008

1963
Oct. 3

Los Angeles 4, New York (AL) 1. Podres defeats Downing in Game 2 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. Willie Davis drives in two runs for the Dodgers. (Garagiola, Harwell)
#2155

1963
Oct. 5

Los Angeles 1, New York (AL) 0. Drysdales 3-hitter beats Bouton, Yanks in Game 3 of the World Series. (Harwell, Garagiola)
#2156

1963
Oct. 6

Los Angeles 2, New York (AL) 1. Sandy Koufax bests Whitey Ford in Game 4 of the World Series as the Dodgers sweep the Yankees. Mickey Mantle and Frank Howard homer. (Harwell, Garagiola)
#1009

1964
April 14

Philadelphia 5, New York (NL) 3. Sievers’ three-run homer helps Phillies begin infamous season with win at Connie Mack Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2594

1964
April 15

Philadelphia 4, New York (NL) 1. Gonzalez’s three-run homer in bottom of eighth helps Bunning win NL debut. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2592

1964
April 16

Boston 4, New York (AL) 3. Red Sox edge Yankees in 11 innings in season opener at Yankee Stadium. Ford takes loss in bid for 200th win. Berra makes managerial debut and Tony Conigliaro plays his first major league game. (Coleman, Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#2356

1964
April 17

Pittsburgh 4, New York (NL) 3. The first game played at the Mets' new home, Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1980

1964
April 22

Houston 2, Cincinnati 0. Bruce holds Reds to five hits in eight innings at Colt Stadium. Grote, Staub drive in runs. (Passe, Elston)
#2871

1964
April 23

Cincinnati 1, Houston 0. Ken Johnson throws a no-hitter but the Reds score an unearned run in the ninth to beat the Colt .45s at Colt Stadium. It's the only time in history a pitcher has thrown a nine-inning no-hitter and lost. (Passe, Elston)
#2222

1964
May 6

Cincinnati 12, New York (NL) 4. Home runs by Robinson, Pinson and Cardenas lead the Reds over Casey Stengel's Mets in the first night game ever played at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1985

1964
June 21

Philadelphia 6, New York (NL) 0. Jim Bunning throws a perfect game, striking out 10 Mets on Fathers Day at Shea Stadium. It was the first perfect game in the National League since 1880. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2092

1964
July 4

New York (AL) 7, Minnesota 5. Mantle's three-run homer in eighth lifts Yankees over Twins in the Bronx. Killebrew, Oliva and Mincher homer for Minnesota. First game of doubleheader. (Rizzuto, Allen, Coleman)
#2777

1964
July 7

National League 7, American League 4. All-Star Game at Shea Stadium. Johnny Callison's homer in the bottom of the ninth wins the game. (Walsh, Daniels)
#1885

1964
July 18

St. Louis 15, New York (NL) 7. Boyer, White, and McCarver hit consecutive homers in 11-run eighth as Cards beat Mets at Busch Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2382

1964
Aug. 23

New York (NL) 5, Chicago (NL) 4. Smith’s hit in bottom of ninth gives Mets sweep of doubleheader. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2633

1964
Sept. 27

Houston 1, Los Angeles 0. Staub scores game-winning run in 12th in final game played at Colt Stadium. Bruce hurls complete game for 15th win. (Passe, Elston)
#2830

1964
Sept. 27

Washington 3, New York (AL) 2. Senators edge Yankees in 11 innings at D.C. Stadium. Ford pitches seven strong innings, Mantle homers for New York. (Coleman, Rizzuto, Allen)
#1948

1964
Oct. 2

New York (NL) 1, St. Louis 0. Jackson beats Gibson to slow Cardinals' bid for NL pennant at Busch Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Buck, Caray)
#2850

1964
Oct. 3

New York (NL) 15, St. Louis 5. Mets belt five homers at old Busch Stadium to beat Cardinals on next to last day of season. St. Louis falls back into tie for first place. (Buck, Caray)
#2438

1964
Oct. 4

Cleveland 2, New York (AL) 1. The Indians win the regular season finale in 13 innings. Mel Allen announces his last game for New York. Tiant homers off Bouton for Clevelands first run. (Rizzuto, Barber, Allen)
#2131

1964
Oct. 4

St. Louis 11, New York (NL) 5. The Cards win the pennant on the last day of the season. (Gross, Caray)
#1958

1964
Oct. 7

St. Louis 9, New York (AL) 5. Sadecki defeats Ford in Game 1 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. Shannons two-run homer ties the game and Warwicks pinch-single drives in the go-ahead run. (Rizzuto, Garagiola)
#2166

1964
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 8, St. Louis 3. Stottlemyre wins Game 2 of the Series. Yanks break game open in 9th after Gibson is removed. (Garagiola, Rizzuto)
#2173

1964
Oct. 10

New York (AL) 2, St. Louis 1. Mantle's homer in the bottom on the ninth beats the Cards in Game 3 of the World Series. (Caray, Gowdy)
#1397

1964
Oct. 11

St. Louis 4, New York (AL) 3. Boyer's grand slam lifts the Cards in Game 4 of the Series. Craig, Taylor shine in relief. (Caray, Gowdy)
#1438

1964
Oct. 12

St. Louis 5, New York (AL) 2. McCarvers 3-run homer in 10th wins Game 5 of World Series after Tresh ties game with 2-run homer with two outs in ninth. Gibson strikes out 13. (Gowdy, Caray)
#1960

1964
Oct. 14

New York (AL) 8, St. Louis 3. Consecutive homers by Maris and Mantle give the Yankees a 3-1 lead in the sixth inning of Game 6 of the World Series. Pepitones grand slam insures the victory. (Garagiola, Rizzuto)
#2174

1964
Oct. 15

St. Louis 7, New York (AL) 5. Gibson hurls his third complete game of the World Series as the Cards win Game 7. Richardson sets a Series record with 13 hits. (Rizzuto, Garagiola)
#1554

1965
April 9

Houston 2, New York (AL) 1. The Astros beat the Yankees in an exhibition in the first game ever played at the Astrodome. Mantle scores the first run in the new stadium with a homer in the sixth inning. The Astros tie the game in the bottom of the sixth and win in the 12th on Fox hit. (Kalas, Passe, Elston)
#2018

1965
April 12

Boston 7, Washington 2. Red Sox hit five homers to beat Senators on Opening Day at D.C. Stadium. Monbouquette hurls five-hitter. (Parnell, Martin, Gowdy)
#2449

1965
April 20

New York (NL) 3. Los Angeles 2. Spahn wins first game as Met, 357th of career and records 2,500th strikeout. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1961

1965
April 22

Los Angeles 2, New York (NL) 1. Dodgers win in bottom of ninth on Roseboro's two-out single. Koufax allows only four hits while striking out nine. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2851

1965
April 23

New York (NL) 9, San Francisco 8. Mets tie game with four runs in ninth and win in 11 innings at Candlestick Park. Hart has four hits, including homer, for Giants. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2901

1965
April 24

New York (NL) 7, San Francisco 6. Napoleon's 3-run triple in ninth leads Mets over Giants at Candlestick Park. Kranepool belts two homers, while Mays has three hits for San Francisco. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2240

1965
April 27

Houston 3, New York (NL) 2. Two runs in last of ninth lift Astros over Mets in New York's first-ever game in the Astrodome. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2597

1965
May 2

Baltimore 4, New York (AL) 2. Orioles score twice in 10th inning to beat Yankees after Kubek's double ties game in last of ninth. First game of doubleheader. (Coleman, Barber)
#2772

1965
May 5

Philadelphia 1, New York (NL) 0. Bunning homers off Spahn for only run in duel between future Hall-of-Famers at Shea Stadium. (Kiner Murphy, Nelson)
#2823

1965
May 9

New York (NL) 5, Milwaukee 4. Kranepool's single in bottom of ninth gives Mets split of doubleheader. Torre has four hits for Braves. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2720

1965
May 11

St. Louis 4, New York (NL) 3. The Cardinals come from behind as Bob Gibson bests Warren Spahn. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#1891

1965
May 16

Baltimore 7, New York (AL) 5. Palmer gets first major league win and belts one of Orioles' four homers at Memorial Stadium. (Barber, Garagiola, Rizzuto, Coleman)
#2571

1965
May 21

St. Louis 5, New York (NL) 4. Cardinals score twice in ninth to beat Mets at Busch Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2585

1965
May 23

St. Louis 8, New York (NL) 7. Cardinals tie game with five runs in bottom of ninth, win in 12th on White's double. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2905

1965
May 30

New York (AL) 3, Chicago (AL) 2. Yankees beat White Sox in 12 innings at Comiskey Park. Mantle has two hits, including a homer. (Coleman, Barber, Garagiola)
#2671

1965
June 11

Los Angeles (NL) 2, New York (NL) 1. Drysdale's eighth-inning homer off Spahn breaks tie in matchup of future Hall of Famers at Shea Stadium. Both hurlers go the distance. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2383

1965
June 14

New York (NL) 1, Cincinnati 0. Lewis breaks up Maloney's no-hitter with homer in top of 11th at Crosley Field. Maloney fans 18 Mets to tie NL record. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2357

1965
June 20

Los Angeles 2, New York (NL) 1. Koufax beats Spahn with one-hitter in first game of Dodger Stadium twinbill. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2724

1965
June 21

New York (NL) 1, Los Angeles 0. Jackson wins pitching duel with Osteen at Dodger Stadium. Cowan's first major league homer in ninth accounts for game's only run. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2805

1965
July 11

Minnesota 6, New York (AL) 5. Killebrews two-out, two-run homer wins game in which Mantle scores 1,500th run. (Garagiola, Coleman, Barber)
#1998

1965
July 13

NL 6, AL 5. All-Star Game at Minnesota. Santo's single in the seventh drives in the deciding run. Mays, Killebrew homer. (Prince, Carneal)
#1886

1965
July 21

New York (NL) 1, Pittsburgh 0. Jackson takes no-hitter into eighth inning at Forbes Field as Mets break 10-game losing streak. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2395

1965
July 23

New York (NL) 3, Philadelphia 2. Stephenson's hit in bottom of 10th gives Fisher complete-game victory. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2734

1965
Aug. 8

Chicago (NL) 14, New York (NL) 10. Cubs score six runs in ninth to complete doubleheader sweep at Shea Stadium. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2607

1965
Aug. 10

Los Angeles (NL) 4, New York (NL) 3. Koufax wins his 20th game of the season while fanning 14 Mets at Dodger Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2093

1965
Aug. 13

Houston 3, New York (NL) 2. Staub's single in bottom of ninth sends Mets to 11th straight loss. Nottebart hurls complete game six-hitter. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2753

1965
Aug. 14

New York (NL) 1, Houston 0. Mets beat Dierker in 10 innings at Astrodome for first-ever indoor win. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2622

1965
Aug. 22

New York (NL) 7, St. Louis 5 Hickman's three-run pinch homer in eighth lifts Mets over Cardinals in first game of doubleheader at Shea Stadium. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2555

1965
Aug. 29

San Francisco 8, New York (NL) 3. Mays sets a major league record with his 17th homer of the month and moves into fifth place on the all-time home run list. (Kiner, Murphy)
#2183

1965
Sept. 3

New York (NL) 6, St. Louis 3. Hickman becomes first Met to homer three times in a game as New York beats Cardinals at Busch Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2563

1965
Sept. 5

St. Louis 3, New York (NL) 0. Cardinals score three runs in last of eighth to help Gibson post 17th win. First game of doubleheader. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2866

1965
Sept. 12

New York (NL) 1, Milwaukee 0. Selma sets team record with 13 strikeouts as Mets win in 10 innings at Shea Stadium. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2741

1965
Oct. 6

Minnesota 8, Los Angeles 2. Zoilo Versalles hits a three-run homer and Mudcat Grant outpitches Don Drysdale in Game 1 of the World Series. (Garagiola, Saam)
#1892

1965
Oct. 7

Minnesota 5, Los Angeles 1. Katt beats Koufax in Game 2 of the Series. Oliva, Killebrew supply the hitting. (Saam, Garagiola)
#1209

1965
Oct. 9

Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 0. Osteen blanks the Twins on five hits in Game 3 of the World Series at Dodger Stadium. Roseboro drives in two runs. (Garagiola, Saam)
#2175

1965
Oct. 10

Los Angeles 7, Minnesota 2. Drysdale fans 11 Twins as the Dodgers win Game 4 of the World Series at Dodger Stadium. Fairly drives in three runs. (Garagiola, Saam)
#2176

1965
Oct. 11

Los Angeles 7, Minnesota 0. Koufax's 10 strikeouts, Wills' four hits pace Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series. (Saam, Garagiola)

#1010

1965
Oct. 13

Minnesota 5, Los Angeles 1. Mudcat Grant's six-hit pitching and three-run homer help the Twins win Game 6 and tie the Series. (Garagiola, Saam)
#1893

1965
Oct. 14

Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 0. Koufax earns his second shutout while fanning 10 as the Dodgers win Game 7 of the World Series. (Saam, Garagiola)
#1011

1966
May 6

New York (NL) 2, Chicago (NL) 1. Jones' homer in last of ninth lifts Mets over Cubs. Gardner pitches complete game four-hitter for New York. Santo homers for Cubs' only run. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2300

1966
May 12

St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3. Brock's single lifts the Cardinals in 12th inning in first game played at new Busch Stadium. Felipe Alou homers twice for Braves. (Gross, Buck, Caray)
#2307

1966
June 5

New York (NL) 3, Los Angeles 2. Mets score run in bottom of ninth to beat Dodgers and salvage split of doubleheader at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2799

1966
June 12

New York (NL) 3, Cincinnati 2. Grote's single in bottom of 11th beats Reds. Hunt has two hits and two RBIs for Mets. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2796

1966
July 3

New York (AL) 6, Washington 5. Senators score three runs in last of ninth to send game into extra innings, but Richardson homers in 11th to lift Yankees. Mantle also homers for New York. (Rizzuto, Coleman, Barber)
#2348

1966
July 3

New York (NL) 9, Pittsburgh 8. Mets rally to earn split of doubleheader at Shea Stadium despite two Stargell home runs. (Kiner, Nelson, Murphy)
#2848

1966
July 12

NL 2, AL 1. Wills singles home McCarver in bottom of 10th inning in All-Star Game that takes place in 105-degree heat at Busch Stadium. Brooks Robinson has three hits for the American League. (Kubek, Simpson)
#2009

1966
Aug. 17

New York (NL) 8, Pittsburgh 7. Taylor's pinch-hit grand slam helps Mets overcome 7-1 deficit at Shea Stadium. Stargell, Clendenon, Mazeroski homer for Bucs. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2295

1966
Aug. 31

San Francisco 2, New York (NL) 1. Marichal wins 20th game as first-place Giants beat Mets at Shea Stadium. Mays triples and scores go-ahead run in ninth. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2627

1966
Sept. 5

Baltimore 5, New York (AL) 4. Blair singles in winning run in bottom of ninth as Orioles eliminate Yankees from pennant race. Blair also has two-run homer in seventh. (Rizzuto, Barber)
#2340

1966
Sept. 11

Atlanta 8, New York (NL) 3. Ryan makes major league debut with two innings in relief. Jones, Mathews and Joe Torre homer for Braves. (Kiner, Murphy)
#2326

1966
Sept. 12

Los Angeles 3, New York (NL) 2. Perranoski fans seven in relief of Sutton as Dodgers beat McGraw and visiting Mets. (Murphy, Nelson)
#2757

1966
Sept. 17

San Francisco 6, New York (NL) 4. McCovey's third homer of game lifts Giants in last of 10th. Luplow homers twice off Marichal. (Kiner, Murphy)
#2296

1966
Sept. 18

Houston 9, New York (NL) 2. Ryan makes first major league start and lasts only one inning. First game of twinbill at Astrodome. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2646

1966
Sept. 30

New York (NL) 1, Houston 0. Dierker takes perfect game into the ninth before Bressoud's double and Hunt's single brings Mets the victory at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2241

1966
Oct. 5

Baltimore 5, Los Angeles 2. Superb relief work by Drabowsky preserves the victory for the Orioles in Game 1 of the World Series at Dodger Stadium. Frank and Brooks Robinson homer for the Orioles. (Prince, Thompson)
#2178

1966
Oct. 6

Baltimore 6, Los Angeles 0. Palmer blanks Koufax, Dodgers in Game 2 of the Series. (Thompson, Prince)
#2179

1966
Oct. 8

Baltimore 1, Los Angeles 0. Blair's 430-foot homer in the fifth gives Bunker the only run he needs in Game 3 of the World Series at Memorial Stadium. (Prince, Scully)
#2180

1966
Oct. 9

Baltimore 1, Los Angeles 0. McNally beats Drysdale in Game 4 as the Orioles sweep the World Series. Frank Robinson homers for the game's only run. (Prince, Scully)
#1193

1967
May 2

New York (NL) 3, San Francisco 2. Mets score twice in last of 12th to beat Giants at Shea Stadium. Mays has three hits for San Francisco. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2893

1967
June 4

Detroit 11, New York (AL) 7. Gibbs ties game with homer in ninth, but McAuliffe’s grand slam in 13th gives Tigers split of twinbill at Yankee Stadium. (Rizzuto, Coleman, Garagiola)
#2704

1967
June 11

St. Louis 8, Los Angeles 7. Shannons hit in the last of the ninth beats the Dodgers in first game of doubleheader. (Doggett, Scully)
#1945

1967
June 11

St. Louis 7, Los Angeles (NL) 5. Cepeda clears bases with first-inning double as Cardinals beat Dodgers in second game of doubleheader. Maris homers. (Doggett, Scully)
#2016

1967
June 11

Chicago (NL) 18, New York (NL) 10. A record 11 homers fly out of Wrigley Field, including three by Phillips and two by Hundley, in second game of doubleheader. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2213

1967
June 18

New York (NL) 4, Chicago 3. Reynolds' lead-off homer in last of 10th beats Cubs in Game 1 of doubleheader. Banks homers for Chicago. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2572

1967
June 18

Houston 2, Atlanta 0. Wilson no-hits Braves, fans 15 at the Astrodome. (Kalas, Passe, Elston)
#2794

1967
June 26

New York (NL) 3, Pittsburgh 2. Mets tie game on Boyer's two-run homer in eighth and win in bottom of ninth at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2560

1967
July 9

New York (NL) 5, Atlanta 4. Mets score twice in last of ninth to beat Braves. Harrelson has four hits for New York, while Hank Aaron and Felipe Alou homer for Atlanta. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2781

1967
Aug. 13

1967 Aug. 13 New York (NL) 3, Pittsburgh 0. Seaver hurls first career shutout as Mets win Game 1 of doubleheader at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2650

1967
Sept. 2

Chicago 4, Boston 1. Joe Horlen's complete game beats Jim Lonborg and knocks the Red Sox out of first place. (Rush, Elson)
#1439

1967
Sept. 12

Atlanta 4, New York (NL) 3. Braves rally for two runs in ninth to beat Mets at Atlanta Stadium. Aaron has three hits, including homer. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2732

1967
Sept. 12

St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 0. Gibson gains 12th victory as the first-place Cardinals blank the Phillies. (Caray, Buck)
#2012

1967
Sept. 13

New York (NL) 2, Atlanta 1. Seaver beats Braves at Atlanta Stadium for 14th win of rookie season. Grote singles in go-ahead run in ninth. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2842

1967
Sept. 22

New York (NL) 8, Houston 5. Buchek belts two three-run homers, including walk-off blast in 10th inning. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2432

1967
Oct. 1

Boston 5, Minnesota 3. The Red Sox clinch a tie for the pennant on the last day of the season behind Lonborg. (TV—Koufax, Reese, Gowdy)
#1464

1967
Oct. 4

St. Louis 2, Boston 1. Gibsons 10 strikeouts, Brocks four hits lead the Cards in Series opener. (Caray, Reese)
#2126

1967
Oct. 5

Boston 5, St. Louis 0. Lonborg hurls 1-hitter as the Red Sox take Game 2 of the World Series. Yastrzemski homers twice. (Caray, Reese)
#1186

1967
Oct. 7

St. Louis 5, Boston 2. Shannons 2-run homer sparks the Cardinals in Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium. Briles holds the Red Sox to seven hits. (Coleman, Reese)
#2187

1967
Oct. 8

St. Louis 6, Boston 0. Gibson allows five hits and coasts to victory in Game 4 of the World Series. The Cardinals, playing at home, score four times in the first and twice in the third. (Coleman, Reese)
#2188

1967
Oct. 9

Boston 3, St. Louis 1. Lonborg hurls complete-game three-hitter as the Red Sox win Game 5 of the World Series. Maris homers in the bottom of the ninth for the Cardinals only run. (Coleman, Reese)
#2189

1967
Oct. 11

Boston 8, St. Louis 4. Home runs by Yastrzemski, Smith and Petrocelli in the fourth inning help the Red Sox tie the World Series in Game 6 at Fenway Park. (Caray, Reese)
#2191

1967
Oct. 12

St. Louis 7, Boston 2. Gibson allows three hits and fans 10 as the Cards beat Lonborg and the Red Sox in Game 7 of the World Series. (Caray, Reese)
#1260

1968
April 28

New York (AL) 2, Detroit 1. Mantle’s double keys eighth-inning rally in first game of twinbill at Yankee Stadium. (Coleman, Rizzuto)
#2642

1968
May 4

Chicago (AL) 4, New York (AL) 1. Mantle's single breaks up Carlos' no-hitter in seventh at Comiskey Park. Melton makes major league debut for White Sox. (Coleman, Messer)
#2748

1968
June 24

Cincinnati 6, New York (NL) 5. May triples home Bench as Reds win in 11th at Crosley Field. Mets had tied score with three runs in ninth. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2396

1968
July 9

National League 1, American League 0. Drysdale, Marichal and Seaver lead NL All-Stars to sixth straight win. Mays scores only run of game at Astrodome. (Elston, Kubek, Simpson)
#2778

1968
Sept. 14

Detroit 5, Oakland 4. Denny McLain becomes a 30-game winner. (Lane, Harwell)
#1416

1968
Sept. 17

Detroit 2, New York (AL) 1. The Tigers clinch the pennant in the bottom of the ninth. (Messer, Rizzuto)
#1993

1968
Sept. 20

Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 4. Dodgers knock out Carlton in second inning, hold on to beat Cardinals. (Buck, Caray)
#1918

1968
Sept. 28

New York (AL) 4, Boston 3. Pepitone’s homer in ninth lifts Yankees over Red Sox at Fenway Park. Mantle pops out in final at bat of career. (Rizzuto, Messer)
#2800

1968
Oct. 2

 

St. Louis 4, Detroit 0. Gibson strikes out 17 and bests McLain in a battle of 1968's top pitchers as the Cards take Game 1 of the World Series. (Reese, Harwell)
#1029

1968
Oct. 3

Detroit 8, St. Louis 1. Lolich homers, scatters six hits as Tigers win Game 2 of the Series. (Reese, Harwell)
#1211

1968
Oct. 5

St. Louis 7, Detroit 3. Three-run homers by McCarver and Cepeda beat the Tigers in Game 3 of the World Series at Tiger Stadium. Kaline, McAuliffe homer for Detroit. (Reese, Buck)
#2192

1968
Oct. 6

St. Louis 10, Detroit 1. Gibson coasts to his seventh straight Series victory and homers as the Cardinals take Game 4 at Tiger Stadium. Brock has four RBIs. (Reese, Buck)
#2193

1968
Oct. 7

Detroit 5, St. Louis 3. Lolich survives three Cardinal runs in the first and pitches complete game as Tigers win Game 5 of World Series. (Buck, Reese)
#1030

1968
Oct. 9

Detroit 13, St. Louis 1. Jim Northrup hits a grand slam and Denny McLain goes the distance as the Tigers win Game 6 of the Series. (Harwell, Reese)
#1894

1968
Oct. 10

Detroit 4, St. Louis 1. Lolich outduels Gibson in Game 7 as the Tigers rally from a 3-games-to-1 deficit to win the World Series. (Reese, Harwell)
#1018

1969
April 7

New York (AL) 8, Washington 4. The visiting Yankees spoil Ted Williams managerial debut behind Stottlemyres pitching and home runs from Kenney and Murcer. (Messer, Coleman, Rizzuto)
#2145

1969
April 8

Seattle 4, California 3. Pilots score four runs in first at Anaheim Stadium and hold on to win first game in their history. Missing third and fourth innings, both of which were scoreless. (Wells, Enberg)
#2398

1969
April 8

Montreal 11, New York (NL) 10. Opening Day at Shea Stadium and first game in Expos history. Last three at-bats missing but narrator explains what happened. (Taylor, Van Horne)
#2397

1969
April 8

Chicago (NL) 7, Philadelphia 6. Willie Smiths 2-run blast wins game in bottom of 11th. Banks, Money each homer twice. (Boudreau, Lloyd)
#1919

1969
April 9

New York (NL) 9, Montreal 5. Mets get first win of championship season and hand Expos first loss in franchise history. McGraw excels in relief. (Taylor, Van Horne)
#2742

1969
April 10

New York (NL) 4, Montreal 2. Agee’s two homers spark Mets over Expos at Shea Stadium. Gentry picks up first career victory. (Taylor, Van Horne)
#2659

1969
May 10

Montreal 7, Cincinnati 6. The Expos come from behind with three runs in the eighth to beat the Reds at Jarry Park. (Reese, Taylor, Van Horne)
#1967

1969
May 30

New York (NL) 4, San Francisco 3. Mets rally for three runs in last of eighth to give Seaver the win. McCovey homers for Giants. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2248

1969
June 22

Chicago (NL) 7, Montreal 6. Hickmans 2-run homer in last of ninth caps 4-run rally. First game of doubleheader. (Taylor, Van Horne)
#1920

1969
July 5

Minnesota 13, Oakland 1. Killebrew belts two homers to lead the Twins at Metropolitan Stadium. Jackson hits tape measure home run. Includes Jackson, DiMaggio pre-game interviews. NBC-TV audio. (Kubek, Gowdy)
#2233

1969
July 9

New York (NL) 4, Chicago (NL) 0. Qualls breaks up Seaver’s bid for perfect game in ninth. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1426

1969
July 17

Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 4. Laboy's double in eighth lifts Expos over Pirates at Jarry Park. Collins belts three-run pinch homer for Montreal while Stargell has three hits, including homer, for Pittsburgh. (Taylor, Van Horne)
#2768

1969
July 23

National League 9, American League 3. McCovey's two homers spark NL stars to seventh straight win. Howard, Freehan homer for AL at RFK Memorial Stadium. (Kubek, Simpson)
#2797

1969
Sept. 2

New York (NL) 5, Los Angeles 4. Dodgers rally for three runs in last of 9th but Mets hold on to win. Clendenon homers twice. (Doggett, Scully)
#1969

1969
Sept. 3

Los Angeles 5, New York (NL) 4. Willie Davis's double in the bottom of the ninth wins the game for the Dodgers. The hit extended his hitting streak to 31 games. (Doggett, Scully)
#1692

1969
Sept. 8

New York (NL) 3, Chicago (NL) 2. Jerry Koosman fans 13 Cubs and Tommie Agee hits a two-run homer as the Mets pull to within 1 1/2 games of first place. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1921

1969
Sept. 22

Seattle 5, California 4. Pilots win final road game in first and only season in Seattle. Joined in progress in bottom of first after Seattle went down in order in top half. (Wells, Enberg)
#2603

1969
Sept. 23

New York (NL) 3, St. Louis 2. The Mets defeat Bob Gibson in 11 innings to clinch a tie for NL East title. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1946

1969
Sept. 24

New York (NL) 6, St. Louis 0.  Gentry shuts out the Cardinals, giving the Mets the Eastern Division title. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1976

1969
Sept. 27

Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 1. Dodgers win in 11 innings, knock Giants out of NL West race. (Simmons, Hodges)
#1949

1969
Oct. 5

New York (NL) 11, Atlanta 6. Homers by Agee and Boswell help visitors beat Braves in Game 2 of NLCS. Aaron clouts three-run homer for Atlanta. Parts of third and fourth innings missing due to transmission problems. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2853

1969
Oct. 6

New York (NL) 7, Atlanta 4. The Mets win their first pennant. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1434

1969
Oct. 11

Baltimore 4, New York (NL) 1. Cuellar defeats Seaver in Game 1 of the World Series at Memorial Stadium. Buford homers for Orioles. (Simpson, Kiner)
#2160

1969
Oct. 12

New York (NL) 2, Baltimore 1. Koosman beats McNally in Game 2 of the World Series as the Mets score the go-ahead run in the ninth. (Simpson, Kiner)
#1895

1969
Oct. 14

New York (NL) 5, Baltimore 0. Agee's catches, Gentry's and Ryan's pitching spark the Mets in Game 3 of the Series. (Simpson, O'Donnell)
#1887

1969
Oct. 15

New York (NL) 2, Baltimore 1 (10 innings). The Mets win Game 4 of the World Series on J.C. Martin's bunt. Ron Swoboda makes spectacular catch. (O'Donnell, Simpson)
#1427

1969
Oct. 16

New York (NL) 5, Baltimore 3. The Mets win Game 5 and capture the World Series. (Simpson, Kiner)
#1019

1970's

1970
April 7

New York (NL) 5, Pittsburgh 3 (11 inns). The Mets finally win an opener behind Seaver's pitching. The last opening day at Forbes Field. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2161

1970
April 18

New York (NL) 7, Philadelphia 0. Ryan hurls first shutout of career, allowing only one hit while fanning 15 Phillies. Boswell, Agee homer. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1947

1970
April 22

New York (NL) 2, San Diego 1. Tom Seaver strikes out 19 Padres, including 10 in a row to finish the game. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1941

1970
May 18

Montreal 8, New York (NL) 4. Bailey's pinch grand slam in last of ninth beats Mets before record crowd at Jarry Park. Marshall, Foy and Grote hit consecutive homers for New York in eighth. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2327

1970
May 24

New York (AL) 8, Cleveland 7. The Yankees win in 11 innings as both teams combine for nine home runs in second game of doubleheader at Municipal Stadium. McDaniel, who was winning pitcher in first game, also wins nightcap, while Lasher takes second loss of day for Indians. Horton hits three homers and Fosse two for Indians. (Gamere, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2358

1970
June 7

Chicago (AL) 4, New York (AL) 3. Over 65,000 watch White Sox win 12-inning thriller at Yankee Stadium. (Gamere, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2600

1970
June 19

Boston 7, New York (AL) 4. Siebert loses no-hitter in ninth at Fenway Park. Yastrzemski, Andrews and Smith homer for Red Sox. (Messer, Rizzuto, Gamere)
#2443

1970
June 23

New York (NL) 12, Chicago (NL) 10. Boswell ties score with single in ninth and Dyer homers in 10th to lift Mets over Cubs at Wrigley Field. Williams has four hits for Chicago. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2363

1970
June 28

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago (NL) 1. The final game in Forbes Field. Includes a pre-game interview with Roberto Clemente. (Osborn, King, Prince)
#1458

1970
July 14

National League 5, American League 4. Rose barrels into Fosse to score winning run in last of 12th at Riverfront Stadium. NL all-stars tie game with three runs in last of ninth. (Koufax, Simpson)
#2336

1970
Aug. 23

New York (NL) 5, Cincinnati 4. Mets rally for three runs in ninth to beat Reds in Game 1 of doubleheader at Shea Stadium. Agee has four hits, including two homers. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2588

1970
Sept. 19

New York (AL) 7, Detroit 6. Yankees score five runs in ninth to beat Tigers at Tiger Stadium. (Gamere, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2639

1970
Sept. 28

New York (NL) 6, Chicago (NL) 3. Garrett's three-run homer in bottom of 10th beats Cubs after Clendendon's two-run shot ties game in ninth. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2728

1970
Oct. 3

Baltimore 10, Minnesota 6. Cuellars grand slam sparks Orioles in Game 1 of ALCS. Buford, Powell also homer for Birds. (Thompson, Gordon)
#1970

1970
Oct. 10

Baltimore 4, Cincinnati 3. The Orioles rally from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Reds in Game 1 of the World Series at Riverfront Stadium. Powell, Hendricks and Brooks Robinson homer for Baltimore, while Palmer allows only five hits in 8 2/3 innings. (Simpson, Thompson)
#2201

1970
Oct. 11

Baltimore 6, Cincinnati 5. Baltimore overcomes a 4-0 deficit with six runs in the fourth and fifth innings of Game 2 of the World Series. Tolan and Bench homer for the Reds, while Powell hits one out for the Orioles. (Simpson, Thompson)
#2202

1970
Oct. 13

Baltimore 9, Cincinnati 3. McNally's grand slam leads the Orioles to victory in Game 3 of the World Series at Memorial Stadium. Buford and Frank Robinson also homer for Baltimore. (Simpson, McIntyre)
#2203

1970
Oct. 14

Cincinnati 6, Baltimore 5. Homers by Rose and May help the Reds overcome the Orioles' two-run lead in Game 4 of the World Series. Carroll allows only one Baltimore hit in 3 2/3 innings of relief. (McIntyre, Simpson)
#2209

1970
Oct. 15

Baltimore 9, Cincinnati 3. Mike Cuellar hurls a complete game as the Orioles win Game 5 and the world championship. Frank Robinson, Merv Rettenmund homer. (Simpson, McIntyre)
#2194

1971
April 9

Washington 5, New York (AL) 4. McCraw's homer in 10th beats Yankees at RFK Stadium. McLain hurls complete game for Senators. (White, Rizzuto, Messer)
#2384

1971
May 17

Atlanta 4, New York (NL) 3. Rookie sensation Garr homers twice, tieing game in 10th and winning it in 12th. Cepeda ties score with homer off Seaver in ninth. Clendenon homers twice for Mets. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2341

1971
July 13

AL 6, NL 4. All-Star Game at Detroit. Six of baseball's all-time greats hit homers. Reggie Jackson's blast hits light tower atop second deck of stadium. (Koufax, Simpson)
#1922

1971
July 27

New York (NL) 3, St. Louis 2. Dyer's single caps two-run rally in last of ninth to beat Cardinals. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2676

1971
July 28

Chicago (AL) 5, New York (AL) 4. Swoboda's homer in top of ninth gives Yankees the lead, but White Sox rally for two runs in bottom half for win. Wood hurls complete game for Chicago. (White, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2349

1971
Sept. 6

New York (AL) 5, Boston 3. Swoboda's two-run pinch single in eighth lifts Yankees over Red Sox in first game of doubleheader in the Bronx. (Rizzuto, White, Messer)
#2758

1971
Sept. 15

Chicago (NL) 3, New York (NL) 2. Hooten hurls three-hitter, fans 15 in major league debut. Williams homers in top of ninth to break tie and give Cubs doubleheader sweep. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2683

1971
Sept. 2

New York (NL) 3, Pittsburgh 1. Seaver takes perfect game into seventh inning and finishes with one-hitter at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2858

1971
Sept. 30

San Francisco 5, San Diego 1. Juan Marichal pitches the Giants to the NL West crown. (Simmons, Thompson)
#2148

1971
Sept. 30

New York (AL) 9, Washington 0. This was the Senators' final game in RFK Stadium. Fans stormed the field with two outs remaining and the Senators leading, 7-5. The Yankees were declared the winners by forfeit. (Menchine, Roberts)
#2770

1971
Oct. 3

Baltimore 5, Oakland 3. The Orioles score four runs in the seventh inning to beat Vida Blue in Game 1 of the ALCS. (Thompson, O'Donnell)
#1896

1971
Oct. 5

Pittsburgh 2, San Francisco 1. Hebners homer against Marichal in the 8th inning of Game 3 gives the Pirates a 2-games-to-1 lead in the NLCS. (Gibson, Scully)
#1968

1971
Oct. 5

Baltimore 5, Oakland 3. Palmer clinches pennant for Orioles with complete-game victory in Game 3 of ALCS at Oakland Coliseum. Jackson homers twice for A’s. (Thompson, O’Donnell)
#2439

1971
Oct. 9

Baltimore 5, Pittsburgh 3. Frank Robinson, Rettenmund and Buford homers as the Orioles win Game 1 of the World Series at Memorial Stadium. McNally pitches complete game three-hitter. (Simpson, Prince)
#2214

1971
Oct. 11

Baltimore 11, Pittsburgh 3. The Orioles hammer Pirate pitching for 14 hits in Game 2 of the World Series at Memorial Stadium. Hebner hits three-run homer off Palmer for Pittsburgh's only runs. (Simpson, Prince)
#2215

1971
Oct. 12

Pittsburgh 5, Baltimore 1. Blass hurls three-hitter and Robertson belts three-run homer as Pirates win Game 3 of the Series at Three Rivers Stadium. Cuellar takes the loss. (O'Donnell, Simpson)
#2216

1971
Oct. 13
Pittsburgh 4, Baltimore 3. Milt May's pinch hit breaks tie in seventh inning of Game 4, the first night game in World Series history. (O'Donnell, Simpson)
#1476

1971
Oct. 14

Pittsburgh 4, Baltimore 0. Briles stops the Orioles on two singles and drives in an insurance run in Game 5 of the World Series at Three Rivers Stadium. Robertson homers for the Pirates. (O'Donnell, Simpson)
#2223

1971
Oct. 16

Baltimore 3, Pittsburgh 2. The Orioles even the World Series at three games apiece on Brooks Robinson's sacrifice fly in the last of the 10th inning. Clemente, Buford homer. (O'Donnell, Prince, Simpson)
#2224

1971
Oct. 17

Pittsburgh 2, Baltimore 1. Clemente and Blass star as the Pirates win Game 7 and win the World Series. (O'Donnell, Prince, Simpson)
#1258

1972
May 7

New York (NL) 8, San Diego 6. Agee singles in last of ninth to tie game and homers in 10th to win it. Mets overcome six-run deficit. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2297

1972
May 14

New York (NL) 5, San Francisco 4. Mays puts Mets ahead to stay with homer in first game after being dealt by the Giants. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2385

1972
June 4

Chicago (AL) 5, New York (AL) 4. Dick Allen's three-run homer in last of the ninth beats Yankees in Game 2 of doubleheader. Allen went on to lead the league in home runs and RBIs. (White, Rizzuto, Messer)
#2373

1972
June 13

Atlanta 6, New York (NL) 5. Aaron's 650th homer ends game in last of 10th. Braves tie game with three runs in eighth off Seaver. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2252

1972
July 4

New York (NL) 2, San Diego 0. Seaver loses no-hit bid in ninth inning. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#1428

1972
Aug. 15

Kansas Cty 7, New York (AL) 6. Piniella's single caps three-run ninth-inning rally for Royals at Municipal Stadium. Munson has three hits for Yankees. (White, Rizzuto, Messer)
#2249

1972
Aug. 27

New York (AL) 7, Kansas City 6. Yankees battle back from 6-0 deficit and win on Callison single in ninth. First game of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. (White, Rizzuto, Messer)
#2450

1972
Aug. 29

New York (AL) 7, Texas 6. Murcer completes cycle with game-tying homer in last of ninth. Callison's hit in 11th wins game. (White, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2309

1973
April 3

New York (AL) 6, New York (NL) 5. Blomberg's hit in bottom of ninth lifts Yanks to exhibition game win over Mets in Kinston, N.C. (Messer, White)
#2709

1973
April 6

Boston 15, New York (AL) 5. Fisk hits two homers and knocks in six runs, while Tiant hurls complete game for Red Sox. Yankees' Blomberg becomes first designated hitter in baseball history. (White, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2298

1973
April 7

Boston 10, New York (AL) 5. Yaz has four hits, including homer, as Red Sox beat Yankees at Fenway Park. (Rizzuto, Messer, White)
#2609

1973
May 17

New York (AL) 4, Milwaukee 2. Nettles ties game with hit in ninth and wins it with homer in 11th at Yankee Stadium. (Messer, White)
#2721

1973
Aug. 6

Detroit 5, New York (AL) 4. Tigers tie game on Frank Howard's two-run homer in last of ninth and win in 10th on two Yankee throwing errors. Bonus NBC-TV interview with Tiger fan George C. Scott. (White, Messer, Rizzuto)
#2359

1973
Aug. 12

Oakland 13, New York (AL) 12. A's erase six-run deficit and roar back to beat Yankees in the Bronx. Jackson has three hits, including homer, for Oakland. Matty Alou has four hits for New York. (White, Rizzuto, Messer)
#2856

1973
Sept. 6

New York (AL) 8, Milwaukee 6. Hegan's three-run homer in eighth leads Yankees over Brewers at Yankee Stadium. Murcer, White also homer. (Rizzuto, White, Messer)
#2301

1973
Sept. 23

Philadelphia 9, Chicago (NL) 7. Phillies score five times in eighth to beat Cubs at Veterans Stadium. Luzinski has four hits. (Kalas, Saam)
#2869

1973
Sept. 28

Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2. Visiting Expos score three runs in seventh to win crucial game in tight NL East race. (King, Prince)
#2795

1973
Oct. 10

Baltimore 5, Oakland 4. Grich's homer in eighth helps Orioles tie ALCS at two games apiece at Oakland Alameda County Coliseum. (Waller, Moore, Woods)
#2831

1974
Aug. 11

Boston 2, Oakland 1. Marichal gets final victory of his storied career as the Red Sox edge the A's in Oakland. (Miller, Moore)
#2204

1975
Sept. 1

New York (NL) 3, Pittsburgh 0. Seaver wins 20th game and sets major league record with 200 strikeouts in eight straight seasons. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2806

1975
Sept. 18

Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 1. Carlton surrenders only 4 hits while fanning 11 Pirates. Luzinski, Schmidt homer for Phillies. (Roberts, Ashburn, Kalas, Saam)
#2177

1975
Oct. 7

Boston 5, Oakland 3. The visiting Red Sox jump to a 4-0 lead and hold on to win Game 3 and sweep the ALCS. Holtzman starts on two days rest for Oakland. (Woods, Martin)
#2234

1975
Oct. 7

Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 3. Reds score twice in 10th to win Game 3 of NLCS and sweep Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium. Rose, Concepcion homer for Cincinnati while Candelaria fans 14 for Pittsburgh. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2564

1976
April 13

Chicago (NL) 5, New York (NL) 4. Monday drives in winning run in last of ninth. Morales hits two homers for Cubs before record opening day crowd at Wrigley Field. (Boudreau, Lloyd)
#2253

1976
Aug. 17

Detroit 3, California 2. Mark (The Bird) Fidrych hurls complete-game five-hitter to beat Tanana and the Angels. Kimm's first major league homer breaks eighth-inning tie. (Harwell, Carey)
#2195

1976
Aug. 18

New York (AL) 8, Texas 6. White's second homer of game beats Rangers in last of ninth. (Messer, White, Rizzuto)
#2623

1976
Aug.19

Los Angeles 6, New York (NL) 5. Garvey's three-run homer ties the game in the last of the ninth. Cey's blast wins it. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2225

1977
April 7

Toronto 9, Chicago (AL) 5. Ault homers twice as the Blue Jays win the first game in their history, beating the White Sox at Exhibition Stadium. (Piersall, Brown, Caray)
#2134

1977
June 15

Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 7. Fosters homer ties the game in the bottom of the ninth and Roses hit wins it in the 10th on the day Seaver is acquired from the Mets. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2141

1977
June 26

New York (AL) 5, Boston 4. Red Sox tie game with three runs in top of ninth, but Yankees win it with run in bottom half. (Bouche, Rizzuto, Messer, White)
#2598

1977
July 26

New York (AL) 5, Baltimore 4. Yankees' Johnson ties game with two-run pinch homer in last of ninth. Jackson's homer in 10th moves New York within two games of first-place Orioles. (Messer, White, Rizzuto)
#2389

1977
July 31

Chicago (AL) 5, Kansas City 4. Lemon's 2-run homer ties game in last of 10th and Garr's single wins it. The Royals took a 4-2 lead in the top half of the inning. First game of doubleheader. (Shane, Brown, Piersall, Caray)
#2242

1977
Aug. 27

Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 5. Back-to-back homers by Driessen and Bench with two outs in ninth stun Phillies at Riverfront Stadium. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2908

1977
Sept. 12

St. Louis 11, Chicago (NL) 9. Cubs tie game with four runs in top of ninth, but lose on Reitz' two-run homer in bottom half. (Shannon, Starr, Buck)
#2601

1977
Oct. 4

Philadelphia 7, Los Angeles 5. Phillies score two in ninth to take opening game of NLCS at Dodger Stadium. Cey belts grand slam for Dodgers. (Porter, Doggett, Scully)
#2556

1977
Oct. 8

Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 1. Dodgers win Game 4 of NLCS behind John's pitching and advance to World Series. Carlton takes loss at Veterans Stadium. (Doggett, Scully)
#2710

1977
Oct. 9

New York (AL) 5, Kansas City 3. The Yankees score three runs in the top of the ninth to win Game 5 of the ALCS and capture their 31st pennant. Includes pre-game interviews with Herzog and George Brett. (Messer, White, Rizzuto)
#2210

1978
April 22

Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 7. Dyer's pinch hit double in the last of the ninth plates two runs as the Pirates rally to beat the Cardinals. Stargell homers for Pittsburgh. (Shannon, Starr, Buck)
#2235

1978
April 22

Detroit 7, Texas 6. Corcoran’s hit in 10th lifts Tigers to comeback win at Briggs Stadium. Harrah has three hits for Rangers. (Carey, Harwell)
#2660

1978
May 9

Cincinnati 7, New York (NL) 6. Foster's homer ties game in the bottom of the ninth and Driessen's blast in the 10th wins it for Reds. Lockwood surrenders both homers. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2217

1978
May 19

New York (NL) 4, Philadelphia 3. Mets tie game with three runs in eighth and win on Montanez single in ninth at Shea Stadium. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2775

1978
June 5

New York (NL) 9, Los Angeles 8. Mets rally for three runs in last of ninth to beat the Dodgers. Foli's 2-run double ties score and winning run scores on error. Mazzilli has four hits for New York. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2243

1978
June 17

New York (AL) 4, California 0. Guidry fans 18 Angels, improves record to 11-0 as Yankees beat Angels at Yankee Stadium. (Healy, Messer, White, Rizzuto)
#2218

1978
June 30

New York (NL) 6, Pittsburgh 5. Mets score four runs in top of ninth, hold off Pirates in bottom of inning. Randle has four hits for New York, while Parker, Taveras collect three hits each for Pittsburgh. (Nelson, Kiner, Murphy)
#2798

1978
July 8

Milwaukee 6, New York (AL) 5. Hisle's two homers spark Brewers comeback at County Stadium. (Healy, Rizzuto, Messer, White)
#2860

1978
July 24

Cincinnati 5, New York (NL) 3. Rose hits safely in 37th straight game to tie Holmes' NL record. He would extend streak to 44 games before being stopped. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2244

1978
July 25

San Francisco 3, St. Louis 2. Ivie’s pinch hit two-run homer in bottom of ninth beats Cards. Blue wins 14th game. (Shannon, Starr, Buck)
#2705

1978
July 25

New York (NL) 9, Cincinnati 2. Rose hits safely in 38th straight game to break Holmes' NL record. Swan hurls complete game for home team. Includes interviews with Torre, Holmes and Rose. (Kiner, Murphy, Nelson)
#2393

1978
July 28

Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 1. Rose hits safely in 41st straight game as Reds win second game of doubleheader at Riverfront. Seaver bests Carlton. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2624

1978
Aug. 11

Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 3. Dodgers score winning run in last of ninth to take NL West lead. Doggett, Porter, Scully)
#2634

1978
Aug. 18

San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 5. Ivie’s two-run homer in ninth breaks tie at Veterans Stadium. McCovey, Schmidt also homer in battle of division leaders. (Angel, Simmons)
#2575

1978
Sept. 4

Los Angeles 5, San Francisco 4. Five-run fifth erases 4-0 deficit as division-leading Dodgers edge second-place Giants at Dodger Stadium. (Porter, Doggett, Scully)
#2576

1978
Sept. 28

Boston 1, Detroit 0. Torrez wins 16th game and Rice homers as Red Sox remain one game behind Yankees in race for AL East pennant. (Woods, Martin)
#2219

1978
Oct. 2

New York (AL) 5, Boston 4. Dent's homer beats the Red Sox in AL East playoff. (Martin, Woods - Red Sox Broadcast)
#1086

1979
April 8

Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 6. Foster’s grand slam, Morgan’s four hits help Reds overcome 5-0 deficit and beat Giants in 10 innings at Riverfront Stadium. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2577

1979
April 12

Boston 12, Milwaukee 10. Yastrzemski’s four hits, including grand slam, help Red Sox win slugfest at County Stadium. (Petrocelli, Coleman)
#2699

1979
April 20

San Francisco 3, Los Angeles 2. McCovey knocks in winning run with single in last of ninth at Candlestick Park. (Porter, Doggett, Scully)
#2595

1979
April 27

Cincinnati 4, St. Louis 3. Morgan, Foster spark Reds' two-run rally in last of ninth inning. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2722

1979
May 9

Boston 9, California 8. Yastrzemski's two-run homer in bottom of ninth beats Angels at Fenway Park. (Wisk, Drysdale)
#2604

1979
May 18

Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 6. Driessen's single in last of ninth lifts Reds over Dodgers. Lopes, Garvey and Russell homer for visitors. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2759

1979
May 20

New York (NL) 8, St. Louis 7. Mets tie game on Hebner's three-run homer in last of 10th and win it in 11th. (Shannon, Starr, Buck)
#2433

1979
June 26

Houston 6, Cincinnati 5. Astros rally with five runs in eighth to beat Reds in Astrodome. Foster belts two homers for visitors. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2672

1979
July 10

Philadelphia 6, San Diego 5. Unser’s pinch hit three-run homer caps five-run ninth at Veteran’s Stadium. (Ashburn, Musser, Kalas)
#2630

1979
July19

Milwaukee 3, Toronto 2. Lezcano's homer in 11th beats Blue Jays at County Stadium. Velez belts two-run shot for Toronto. (Uecker, Harmon)
#2565

1979
Aug. 5

Pittsburgh 12, Philadelphia 8. Pirates battle back from five-run deficit and win on Milner’s pinch-hit grand slam in last of ninth. First game of doubleheader. (Wheeler, Musser, Kalas)
#2440

1979
Aug. 6

New York (AL) 5, Baltimore 4. Murcer hits three-run homer in seventh and game-winning two-run single in last of ninth. Guidry hurls complete game. (Healy, Messer, White, Rizzuto)
#2902

1979
Aug. 13

St. Louis 3, Chicago (NL) 2. The Cards win in the last of the ninth as Brock collects 3,000th hit. (Shannon, Starr, Buck)
#2424

1979
Sept. 13

Montreal 4, Chicago (NL) 3. Expos rally for two runs in last of ninth to beat Cubs at Olympic Stadium. (Boudreau, Lloyd)
#2444

1979
Oct. 5

California 4, Baltimore 3. Angels rally for two runs in ninth to win Game 3 of ALCS at Anaheim Stadium. Harlow delivers game-winning double. (Drysdale, Wisk)
#2557

1980's

1980
April 21

Boston 9, Chicago (AL) 8. Red Sox rally to beat White Sox at Fenway Park on Patriots Day. Fisk, Burleson and Rice homer for Boston. (Piersall, McConnell, Caray)
#2867

1980
April 22

Chicago (NL) 16, St. Louis 12. Foote's two homers, including grand slam in last of ninth, lift Cubs over Cardinals. De Jesus has five hits for Chicago while Bobby Bonds knocks in four runs for St. Louis. (Berg, Boudreau, Lloyd)
#2786

1980
July 10

Los Angeles 4, Houston 3. Dodgers score twice in last of ninth to beat Ryan and win battle for NL West lead. (Staats)
#2733

1980
Sept. 10

Houston 6, Los Angeles 5. Cruz' homer in bottom of 12th moves Astros into tie with Dodgers in NL West. (Scully, Doggett)
#2843

1980
Sept. 19

Chicago (NL) 4, Philadelphia 3. Cubs rally with two runs in last of ninth to beat Phillies. (Berg, Boudreau, Lloyd)
#2647

1980
Sept. 19

St. Louis 9, Montreal 8. Cardinals rally for five runs in seventh and two in ninth to beat Expos at Busch Stadium. (Shannon, Buck)
#2839

1980
Oct. 2

San Francisco 3, Los Angeles 2. Giants score twice in last of eighth to leave Dodgers three games behind Astros with three games left in season. (Greenwald, Nelson)
#2812

1980
Oct. 3

Los Angeles 3, Houston 2. Dodgers tie game in bottom of ninth and win on Ferguson’s homer in 10th to stay alive in division race. (Porter, Scully, Doggett)
#2663

1981
May 6

Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 8. Bench's single caps two-run rally in last of ninth. Concepcion, Foster each collect three hits for Reds. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2870

1981
Sept. 26

Houston 5, Los Angeles 0. Ryan hurls record fifth no-hitter against Dodgers at Astrodome. (Staats, Elston)
#2677

1981
Oct. 6

Houston 3, Los Angeles 1. Astros win Game 1 of NL Division Series on Ashby’s two-run homer in bottom of ninth. Ryan goes distance, allowing only two hits. (Kiner, Coleman)
#2651

1981
Oct. 7

Oakland 2, Kansas City 1. Armas has four hits and drives in go-ahead run in eighth as A's win Game 2 of ALDS at Royals Stadium. (Hagin, King, Simmons)
#2749

1981
Oct. 10

Philadelphia 6, Montreal 5. Phillies even NLDS at two games apiece on Vukovich homer in bottom of 10th. Carter, Schmidt and Matthews also hit homers. (Torre, Buck)
#2745

1981
Oct.19

Los Angeles 2, Montreal 1. Monday's ninth-inning homer in Game 5 of NLCS gives Dodgers the pennant. (Scully, Doggett)
#2628

1982
April 18

Atlanta 6, Houston 5. Braves rally at Astrodome for record 11th straight win at start of season. (Chaney, Van Wieren, Johnson)
#2593

1982
April 21

Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 3. Washington’s two-run single in bottom of ninth improves Braves’ record to 13-0. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2684

1982
Aug. 15

San Diego 6, Atlanta 5. Padres win thriller in last of 10th after Chambliss homer ties game in ninth. (Caray, Van Wieren, Chaney, Johnson)
#2763

1982
Sept. 5

Montreal 2, Atlanta 1. Expos manage only one hit but win on ninth-inning error at Olympic Stadium. Rogers wins 16th game. (Chaney, Caray, Van Wieren, Johnson)
#2849

1982
Sept. 8

Atlanta 12, Los Angeles 11. Murphy’s hit in 10th beats Dodgers in battle for NL West lead. (Chaney, Caray, Van Wieren, Johnson)
#2669

1982
Sept. 12

Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 3. Braves retain lead in NL West with two-run rally in last of ninth. Bench, Horner homer. (Nuxhall, Brennaman)
#2738

1982
Sept. 18

Chicago (NL) 10, Montreal 7. Cubs rally for seven runs in eighth to beat Expos at Olympic Stadium. (Boudreau, Caray, Lloyd)
#2872

1982
Oct. 3

San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 3. Morgan’s three-run homer in seventh leaves Dodgers one game back on final day of regular season. (Glass, Greenwald)
#2682

1983
April 27

Houston 4, Montreal 2. Ryan breaks Walter Johnson’s career strikeout record in Astros’ win at Olympic Stadium. (Snider, Van Horne)
#2631

1983
April 27

St. Louis 7, Los Angeles 6. Cards come from behind twice to beat Dodgers at Busch Stadium. Hendrick has four RBIs, including three-run homer, for St. Louis. (Shannon, Buck)
#2874

1983
Aug. 13

Atlanta 8, Los Angeles 7. Braves overcome five-run deficit and win on Watson's two-run homer in last of ninth. Guerrero homers twice for Dodgers. (Sterling, Skip Caray, Van Wieren, Johnson)
#2735

1984
April 25

Los Angeles 4, Houston 2. Valenzuela loses no-hitter in seventh but bests Ryan at Dodger Stadium. (Doggett, Porter, Scully)
#2779

1984
July 29

Minnesota 6, California 5. Angels tie game with three runs in top of ninth before losing in 10th. Hrbek belts two homers for Twins. (Fairly, Conin, Starr)
#2878

1985
June 30

Los Angeles 4, Atlanta 3. Guerrero's two-run homer in eighth, his record-setting 15th of month, beats Braves at Dodger Stadium. Joined in progress in top of second with no score. (Van Wieren, Johnson, Sterling, Caray)
#2888

1985
July 2

Baltimore 5, Detroit 4. Young's homer in last of 10th lifts Orioles after Ripken's homer ties game with two outs in ninth. (Carey, Harwell)
#2885

1985
Sept. 12

New York (NL) 7, St. Louis 6. Mets win battle for first place with run in last of ninth. (Hrabosky, Shannon, Wilson, Buck)
#2824

1986
April 29

San Diego 5, Chicago (NL) 4. Kennedy's three-run homer in last of ninth lifts Padres over Cubs. (Boudreau, Caray, Staats)
#2890

1986
Oct. 11

New York (NL) 6, Houston 5. Dykstra's two-run homer in last of ninth stuns Astros in Game 3 of NLCS. (Thorne, Murphy)
#2911

1987
April 15

Milwaukee 7, Baltimore 0. Nieves throws first and only no-hitter in Brewers history. Yount makes diving catch for game's last out at Memorial Stadium. (Wiers, Miller)
#2782

1987
April 20

Milwaukee 5, Chicago (AL) 4. Playing at Comiskey Park, Brewers tie major league record with 13th straight win at start of season. (Hughes, Uecker)
#2894

1988
Aug. 20

Los Angeles 4, Montreal 3. Dodgers rally for two runs in last of ninth to beat Expos. (Murphy, Elston)
#2725

1988
Sept. 23

Los Angeles 3, San Francisco 0. Hershiser stretches scoreless inning streak to 49 with complete game win at Candlestick Park. (Drysdale, Porter)
#2906

1988
Oct. 15

Los Angeles 5, Oakland 4. Gibson's dramatic two-run homer in last of ninth beats A's in Game 1 of World Series. (Porter, Drysdale)
#2909

1989
Aug. 14

Milwaukee 5, New York (AL) 4. Brewers score three runs off Righetti in last of ninth to beat Yankees at County Stadium. (Hughes, Uecker)
#2898

 

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