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    1983 Playoffs

    Can the Astros repeat? Will I win nearly 200 games in two years and continue to get crushed by Houston?

    Astros vs. Cardinals in the NL West
    Montreal and Philly in the NL East

    Twins and Milwaukee in the AL East
    Kansas City and either Baltimore or Detroit in the AL West

    Lew looks to be the class of the league again, with a run differential of +303. Cardinals are second with +167.

    Reds have scored 905 runs with one game to play. Astros have scored 874 with one game to play. I feel lucky to only have given up 606 runs having to face the two of them a combined 28 games a season.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    Well the 2 philly monsters got me lol played two good games congrats , good luck to all the playoff teams

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    9/30 Update

    AL East: Twins 4, Brewers 2. Minnesota leads Milwaukee 1-0. Hisashi Yamada (1-0) went the distance, giving up two runs on six hits and striking out 11. Twins collected ten hits, nine singles and one double. Jim Slaton (0-1) went the distance for Milwaukee, giving up four runs on 10 hits. Bert Campaneris (1) hit the game's only home run.

    AL West: Orioles 3, Royals 2. Baltimore leads Kansas City 1-0. Neither starter figured in the decision. Goose Gossage went seven innings for Baltimore, given up two runs. Norm Bass (1-0) pitched a perfect final two innings to collect the win. Al Fitzmorris (0-1) took the loss. Doug DeCinces went 2-4 with a double and two RBI for Baltimore.

    NL East: Expos 2, Phillies 1. Montreal leads Philadelphia 1-0. Steve Rogers (1-0) went eight and gave up only one run on five hits. Steve Dunning (1) pitched the 9th for the save. Nolan Ryan went the distance for the Phillies, giving up two runs on eight hits. Christopher Reeve (1) homered for the Phillies in the first inning. Phil Garner (1) hit a two-run shot in the bottom of the first and that 2-1 lead held up for the whole game.

    NL West: Cardinals 3, Astros 0. Saint Louis leads Houston 1-0. Joaquin Andujar pitched eight shutout innings, given up only three hits while striking out 12. Jerry Reuss (1) pitched a perfect 9th for the save. Don Wilson (0-1) went seven innings for the Astros, giving up three runs on ten hits while striking out seven. Willie McGee went 2-4 with a double. Sachio Kinugasa (1) hit a solo shot, and Manny Trillo (2) hit a two-run home run.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 24, 2022 at 03:57 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/1 Update

    AL East: Twins 7, Brewers 3. Minnesota leads Milwaukee 2-0. Geoff Zahn (1-0) went the distance, scattering seven hits, striking out ten, and giving up three runs. The Twins collected 12 hits, including two homers by Dave Parker (1) and Carlton Fisk (1). For the Brewers, Bob Forsch (0-1) gave up seven runs on nine hits in five innings. Jim Barr pitched three scoreless for the Brewers to close the game. The Brewers scored three in the first, then three more in the sixth to break open a close game and coast to the win.

    AL West: Royals 8, Orioles 5. The series is tied 1-1. Larry Gura (1-0) pitched a strong seven innings for the Royals, giving up one run on three hits. A parade of relievers followed, but D*ck Drago (1) got the final two outs for the save. Wayne Garland (0-1) pitched four innings for Baltimore, giving up six runs on seven hits. The Royals hit three home runs, including Hal McRae (1), Onix Concepcion (1) and Mike Kingery (1). For the Orioles, Ernie Whitt (1) and Jose Cruz (1) homered for Baltimore. The Royals raced to a 8-1 lead after six innings, before Baltimore scored four runs late to make the score a bit closer than the game actually was. The Royal franchise has never won a division title.

    NL East: Expos 4, Phillies 2. Montreal leads Philadelphia 2-0. Ray Burris continued a strong year by pitching eight strong innings, giving up two runs on just five hits, striking out 12. Steve Dunning (2) pitched a perfect ninth for the save. Shane Rawley started for the Phillies, and left after six after giving up just one run on four hits. D*ck Ruthven (0-1) pitched an easy seventh inning, but was shellacked in the eight, giving up three runs on two homers. The Phillies had entered the bottom of the eighth with a 2-1 lead, but homers by Ron Leflore (1) and Mike Jorgensen (1) erased the Phillie lead.

    NL West: Cardinals 7, Astros 0. Saint Louis leads Houston 2-0. John Tudor (1-0) pitched a complete game shut-out, giving up only three hits while striking out eight. J. R. Richard (0-1) did not make it out of the second inning, giving up six runs on eight hits. Larry Anderson pitched the remaining 6.2 innings for the Astros, putting out the fire and giving up but one run on four hits while striking out eight. Keith Hernandez (1) went 2-4 and homered, as did Tommy Herr (1) who went 3-5. Darrell Porter and Willie McGee both had two hits.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 25, 2022 at 01:00 AM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/3 Update

    AL East: Twins 6, Brewers 4. Minnesota leads Milwaukee 3-0. Al Hrabosky (1-0) went eight innings, giving up two runs (two solo shots) on four hits. Steve Luebber closed out the ninth. Pete Vuckovich (0-1) started for Milwaukee, going six innings and giving up three runs on seven hits. Three Brewer relievers gave up three more runs. Don Money (1) and Robin Yount (1) homered for Milwaukee. Dave Parker (2) homered for the Twins, but Dave Kingman (3) was the star of the game, going 3-5 with FIVE RBI while hitting THREE home runs.

    AL West: Orioles 3, Royals 2. Baltimore leads Kansas City 2-1. Dennis Martinez (1-0) went the distance, giving up 2 runs (1 earned) on nine hits. Dan Quisenberry (0-1) pitched five innings for the Royals, giving up three runs on six hits. Doug DeCinces (1) homered for the Orioles. Frank White doubled and scored a run for Kansas City.

    NL East: Phillies 9, Expos 0. Montreal leads Philadelphia 2-1. Wayne Twitchell (1-0) went the distance in a dominating complete game shutout, giving up no runs on six hits while striking out six. Bryn Smith (0-1) took the loss for the Expos, giving up six runs on five hits in five innings. Greg Luzinski homered (1), going 2-4 with 4 RBI. Jim Morrison knocked in three runs. DH Tom Hutton went 1-3, with a walk and three runs scored.

    NL West: Cardinals 6, Astros 3 (12). Saint Louis leads Houston 3-0. St. Louis broke out to a 3-1 lead after two innings, but the Astros chipped away with runs in the fifth and eighth to force extra innings. The Cardinals posted a three spot in the top of the 12th, to close the game out 6-3. Rick Langford went ten innings for the Cardinals, allowing three runs on just six hits (but seven walks). He struck out eight. Jerry Reuss (1-0) pitched the last two innings, allowing only 1 hit while striking out four to take the win. Warren Busstar gave up three runs on five hits in six innings for Houston. Jim "Sting" Ray went 5.1 for Houston, and was perfect til the 12th. He ended up with the loss, giving up three runs on four hits. Willie McGee went 1-4 with two runs scored. Dale Murphy was 4-6 with a double and two RBI.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 25, 2022 at 03:29 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/4 Update

    AL East: Twins 4, Brewers 2. Minnesota defeats Milwaukee 4-0. Frank Viola (1-0) pitched a complete game, giving up two runs on six hits. Chris "The Wizard" Bosio (0-1) went seven innings for Milwaukee, giving up four runs on seven hits and striking out ten. Jim Barr pitched a scoreless eighth and ninth inning for the Brewers. Robin Yount (2) homered for Milwaukee. Dave Parker went 2-3 with an RBI. Carlton Fisk went 2-4 with an RBI. Milwaukee is ELMINATED, Minnesota ADVANCES.

    AL West: Orioles 3, Royals 0. Baltimore leads Kansas City 3-1. Dave Frost (1-0) went the distance for Baltimore, shutting out the Royals on five hits and just two walks over nine innings. Doug Bird (0-1) took the loss, going six innings while striking out six and giving up just one run on four hits. Al Fitzmorris pitched 1.2 innings, giving up two runs on three hits. Bobby Grich (2) homered twice for Baltimore, going 2-4 with 3 RBI.

    NL East: Phillies 3, Expos 0. The Series is Tied 2-2. Nolan Ryan (1-1) pitched eight shutout innings, allowing seven hits. Dennis Ribant (1) picked up his first save of the postseason. For Montreal, Mike Torrez (0-1) took the loss, giving up just one run on three hits in six innings. But Bill Hands gave up two more runs on three hits over 1.1 innings. Tommy Cruz went 2-3 and Craig Robinson went 2-4 for the Phillies. Each had an RBI, as did Thomas Rivers, who went 1-3 with a double.

    NL West: Astros 7, Cardinals 4. Saint Louis leads Houston 3-1. After having scored just three runs in the first 33 innings of the series, the Astros exploded for five runs in the fourth inning, and added two more in the sixth, to erase a 3-0 St. Louis lead and win the game 7-4. Scipio Spinks (1-0) picked up the win for Houston, giving up three runs (two earned) on eight hits and two walks in five innings. Vern Ruhle shut down the Cardinals over three innings, allowing just one run on four hits. Tom Griffin (1) pitched the ninth to earn his first save. Joaquin Andujar (1-1) took the loss for St. Louis. Mike Krukow pitched a solid three innings, allowing no runs on just two hits. Tom Herr went (2) 2-4 with a homer an an RBI. Darrell Porter went 3-4 for the Cardinals, and Dane Iorg continued his smoking performance in the playoffs going 3-4 with a run scored. Doug Rader (1) went 2-4 with a home run and an RBI. Julio Gonzalez went 2-4 with two runs scored and two RBI. Candy Davis had the big hit for Houston, going 2-4 with a double and driving in three Astro runs.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 25, 2022 at 03:48 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/5 Update

    AL West: Royals 10, Orioles 3. Baltimore leads Kansas City 3-2. Kansas City blew open a tight game late, turning a 3-2 deficit after the 6th into a 3-3 tie in the seventh, a 5-3 lead after eight, and then scored five in the 9th to blow out Baltimore. Larry Gura went 5 innings for Kanas City, giving up three runs on four hits. But Steve Busby (1-0) pitched the last four innings, giving up only one hit and no walks on just 33 pitches to get the win. Goose Gossage (0-1) pitched into the 7th for Baltimore, giving up five runs on ten hits while striking out seven. Al Severinson pitched an inning, giving up four runs on two hits and a pair of walks. Hal McRae (2), Onix Concepcion (2) and and John Mayberry (1) hit home runs for Kansas City. Mayberry was 3-5 with two RBI. Frank White was also 3-5, and Concepcion was 3-4 with two RBI. For Baltimore, Ernie Whitt (2) went 2-4 with a home run. Fred Lynn (1) also homered.

    NL East: Phillies 4, Expos 2. Philadelphia leads Montreal 3-2. Shane Rawley (1-0) pitched eight strong innings for Philadelphia, giving up just two runs on four hits. Dennis Ribant (2) closed the game out in the 9th to earn the save. For Montreal, Greg Heydeman went the distance, giving up four runs on eight hits. Steve Brye (1) and Vance Law (1) homered for Montreal. Greg Luzinski (2) homered for the Phillies, going 3-4 with 3 RBI. Christopher Reeve also went 3-4; and DH Tom Hutton finished 2-4. Both Hutton and Reeve had a double and a run scored for Philadelphia.

    NL West: Cardinals 13, Astros 8. Saint Louis defeats Houston 4-1. The Cardinals turned a close game into a blow out in the 5th inning, scoring eight times to take a 10-0 lead. Houston cut the deficit to 10-5 after the seventh, but St. Louis posted three more runs in the eighth to put the game out of reach. John Tudor (2-0) won the game but was shellacked for eight runs on nine hits while striking out eight. Mike Krukow closed out the game with a solid 1.2 innings giving up only one hit. Jim York (0-1) gave up nine runs on eleven hits in four innings, and Ken Forsch followed York by giving up three more runs on four hits in 3.2 innings. For the Cardinals, Willie McGee (1) homered and went 2-4. Dan Iorg tripled and went 3-4. Keith Hernandez went 2-6. Tom Herr went 3-6, including two doubles and a triple. Darrell Porter and Ken Oberkfell both went 2-5 and Manny Trillo (2) homered and drove in five runs on a 2-5. Houston is ELIMINATED; Saint Louis ADVANCES.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 25, 2022 at 07:40 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/7 Update

    AL West: Orioles 7, Royals 2. Baltimore Defeats Kansas City 4-2. After collapsing in the late innings in game five, Baltimore returned the favor in game six, scoring two in the eighth and three in the ninth to break a 2-2 tie after seven innings and close out Kansas City. Don Kirkwood (1-0) went eight innings for the Orioles, giving up only two runs on eight hits. Dennis Martinez closed out the game with a perfect ninth. For the Royals, Dan Quisenberry started and pitched a strong five innings, giving up only one run on five hits. But Steve Busby gave up a homer on his only pitch of the game, and blew the save. Bob McClure (0-1) pitched 2.2 innings, but took the loss giving up two runs on three hits. For Baltimore, Fred Lynn went 2-4 and Greg Pryor went 3-5 with a double. Doug DeCinces (2) homered and Steve Garvey (1) went 3-4 with a homer and three RBI. John "Duke" Wathan (1) homered for Kanas City. Willie Wilson went 2-3 with an RBI. The Royals have yet to win a division title. Baltimore wins its third consecutive AL West championship, and moves on to face the juggernaut Minnesota Twins in the American League Championship Series, where the Orioles will be looking for their first pennant since 1959. Kansas City is ELIMINATED; Baltimore ADVANCES.

    NL East: Expos 4, Phillies 2. The Series is Tied 3-3. Facing elimination, the Expos returned home to Montreal needing a victory to extend the series and keep hopes for their first division title alive. Steve Rogers (2-0) turned in an ace-like performance, giving up just two runs (one earned) on seven hits over eight innings. Steve Dunning (3) pitched a scoreless, no-drama ninth for his third save of the series. Renie Martin started for Philadelphia and pitched well, giving up just two runs on only four hits across seven innings. D*ck Ruthven (0-2) only managed one out and gave up two runs on two hits in relief. For the Expos, Phil Garner (2) homered and drove in two runs. Vance Law (2) also homered drove in two runs, delivering the death blow with a two-run shot in the bottom of the eighth to break a tie game. Tom Hutton went 2-4 for Philadelphia.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 26, 2022 at 03:35 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    10/8 Update

    NL East: Phillies 9, Expos 3. Philadelphia Defeats Montreal 4-3. The decisive game seven began on a crisp, clear autumn day in Montreal. The road team in this series had been unable to win a single game, raising the stakes for Philadelphia, even though they planned to start 5x Cy Young winner and future Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan. Montreal countered with Game Two winner Ray Burris, who was 19-7 for the Expos in 1983.

    Philadelphia opened the scoring in the first with an RBI single by Greg Luzinski. But Montreal countered with back-to-back home runs by Phil Garner (3) and Mike Jorgensen (2) to take a 2-1 lead. In the fifth, the Phillies struck back with two runs, on an error (Tommy Cruz reached), a Craig Robinson RBI double, and then a Christopher Reeve single scoring Robinson to take a 3-2 lead. Montreal scored a run in the bottom of the fifth on a Ray Fosse walk and steal of second. After Fosse moved to third on a sacrifice fly, Jorgensen singled, scoring Fosse. The game remained tied at 3-3 until the top of the ninth, when the Phillies blew the game wide open. After Cruz grounded out, three straight singles by Robinson, Tony Muser and Reeve broke the tie and gave Philadelphia a 4-3 lead. DH Tom Hutton (1) followed with a three-run shot driving Burris from the game. Frank Riccelli then gave up a Luzinski double and a Jim Morrison (1) home run to close the scoring. Ryan pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to close out the game and the series.

    Ryan (2-1) earned the win, giving up three runs on ten hits and striking out eight in the complete game. Burris (1-1) took the loss, giving up seven runs (six earned) on twelve hits over 8.1 innings. For Philadelphia, DH Tom Hutton (1) homered and went 2-5. Reeve went 3-5 with 2 RBI. Muser went 2-5. Luzinski went 2-5 with an RBI. Jim Morrison (1) homered and drove in two runs. Wayne Tolleson went 2-5 with two doubles. And Craig Robinson went 2-4 with a double and an RBI. Mike Jorgensen (2) went 2-4 with a homer and two RBI. Vance Law and Ted Ford were also 2-4. Phil Garner hit his third home run of the series. Montreal was denied its first ever division title. Philadelphia won its 41st division title, and eighth since 1970 (including the last two).

    The Phillies will move on to the National League Championship Series to face the Saint Louis Cardinals. Philadelphia is seeking its first pennant since 1974, and first World Series title since 1971. Montreal is ELIMINATED; Philadelphia ADVANCES.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 26, 2022 at 04:47 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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    Re: 1983 Playoffs

    1983 ALCS Playoff Notes:

    Minnesota (104-56; 4-0) has won 31 division titles, 22 pennants, and 14 World Series championships. The Twins were dominate in the 1970s, winning division titles in nine straight years before having that run broken in 1980. They have won two of the past four AL East division titles. Minnesota has seven pennants since 1970, and five World Series in that same time, the last coming in 1981. The Twins feature the long ball, with Dave Kingman leading the way with 56 homers, while Carlton Fisk (49), Dave Parker (45) and George Hendrick (32) lead a core that each drove in more than 100 runs in 1983. The Twin pitching is aging, but very good. Each of the five starters have at least sixteen wins: Hisashi Yamada (18-4, 1.57), Geoff Zahn (18-7 2.74), Dave Boswell (18-6, 3.50), Al Hrabosky (16-6, 3.02) and Frank Viola (16-13, 3.52). They do not use a traditional closer.

    Baltimore (87-73; 4-2) is seeking its third pennant, and first since 1959. They have won sixteen division titles, including the last three AL West championships. Baltimore has never won the HR World Series. Baltimore is also a team that relies heavily on its power hitting lineup. The Orioles are lead by Doug DeCinces, who hit 65 home runs and drove in 144 runs. Bobby Grich hit 57 home runs and drove in 140. There is other power up and down the line-up, with Steve Garvey (33), Fred Lynn (29), Jose Cruz (25) also contributing heavily. Baltimore's pitching has been very solid in 1983. Led by Goose Gossage (20-10, 2.94), Dave Frost (16-13, 3.87), and Dennis Martinez (14-12, 3.31). Baltimore also does not employ a traditional closer.

    Projection: Minnesota was the best team in HR in 1983, and it wasn't close. They won 104 games and then defeated a very strong Milwaukee team in a four game sweep. Prediction: Minnesota defeats Baltimore 4-1.
    Last edited by quietgoesthedon; November 26, 2022 at 04:14 PM.
    Leagues: (World Series)

    NLT: Florida, 2056
    AOR: Arkansas Delta, 2084
    HR: Saint Louis, 1979
    MLB World: Tillamook County, 2126, 2127, 2139
    SI: Arkansas Delta, 2095
    SI: Whitefish Bay, 2128
    CSFBL Justice: Oil Trough, 2146
    Cardinal Fans: Taum Sauk, 2064
    ATO: Saint Louis, 2025
    ETN: Philadelphia, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

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