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Tag Archives: Don Mueller
Heralded Giant rookie Clint Hartung makes his first pitching appearance and throws six shutout innings against the Braves. He will start twenty games, and will also play seven games in the outfield, batting .309/.330/.543 for the year. (The Braves will … Continue reading
Giants Checking In: Marc Hill, Elsberry, MO Al Holland, Roanoke, VA Mike Ivie, Atlanta, GA Mike Krukow, Long Beach, CA Butch Metzger, Lafayette, IN Giants Checking Out: Red Dooin, Rochester, NY Arlie Latham, Garden … Continue reading
Whitey Lockman of the Giants hits a pinch-hit grand slam to beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 7-5. Don Mueller hits in his 21st straight game‚ duplicating Mays’s streak‚ which ended August 20th. Mueller will go hitless tomorrow.
Outfielder Don Mueller hits three home runs in an 8-1 Giants win over the Dodgers. Sal Maglie is the winner‚ giving up seven singles and hitting Jackie Robinson on the wrist in the third to force home the only Dodger … Continue reading
It’s voting process for Hall-of-Famers may be dysfunctional, but last weekend, the Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum got something right, opening its new “Diamond Mines” exhibit dedicated to the scouting profession. The exhibit features artifacts such as radar guns … Continue reading