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NEVADA DUSTERS
The Story of a Major League Baseball Franchise
Giants @ Dusters
June 6-8, 1962
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Batting Average: Don Hoak (PIT) .362 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) .355 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) .351 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) .330 ..... Ron  Santo (CHC) .324 ..... Stan Musial (STL) .319 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) .316 ..... Joey Amalfitano (HOU) .313 ..... Hank Aaron (CHC) .311 ..... Willie McCovey (SFG) .308
Doubles: Billy Williams (NEV) 17 ..... Stan Musial (STL) 17 ..... Eddie Kasko (CIN) 16 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) 15 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) 15 ..... Richie Ashburn (NYM) 14 ..... Tony Gonzalez (PHI) 14 ..... Jim Davenport (SFG) 14 ..... Joey Amalfitano (HOU) 13 ..... Billy Goodman (HOU) 13
Extra Base Hits: Ron Santo (CHC) 32 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) 31 ..... Stan Musial (STL) 30 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) 27 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) 26 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) 25 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) 24 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) 24 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) 24 ..... Jim Davenport (SFG) 24
Hits: Roberto Clemente (PIT) 84 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 73 ..... Ron Santo (CHC) 72 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) 72 ..... Maury Wills (LAD) 70 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) 70 ..... Tony Gonzalez (PHI) 69 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) 67 ..... Curt Flood (STL) 66 ..... Jerry Adair (NEV) 65
Home Runs: Ron Santo (CHC) 21 ..... Johnny Blanchard (NEV) 14 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) 13 ..... Willie Mays (SFG) 13 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) 12 ..... Stan Musial (STL) 12 ..... Hank Aaron (CHC) 11 ..... Frank Howard (LAD) 11 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) 11 ..... Dick Stuart (PIT) 10
On Base Average: Billy Williams (NEV) .439 ..... WillieMcCovey (SFG) .427 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) .422 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) .411 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) .402 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) .398 ..... Ron Santo (CHC) .396 ..... Ed Bailey (SFG) .395 ..... Stan Musial (STL) .392 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) .390
OPS: Billy Williams (NEV) 1.084 ..... Ron Santo (CHC) 1.063 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) .990 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) .989 ..... Stan Musial (STL) .980 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) .946 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) .942 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) .936 ..... Hank Aaron (CHC) .932 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) .882
RBIs: Ron Santo (CHC) 51 ..... Stan Musial (STL) 42 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) 41 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) 40 ..... Willie Mays (SFG) 40 ..... Felipe Alou (SFG) 40 ..... Johnny Blanchard (NEV) 38 ..... Dick Stuart (PIT) 38 ..... Gus Bell (NYM) 37 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 34
Runs: Richie Ashburn (NYM) 47 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) 45 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 43 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) 41 ..... Ron Santo (CHC) 40 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) 40 ..... Willie Davis (LAD) 37 ..... Maury Wills (LAD) 35 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) 35 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) 35
Slugging Average: Ron Santo (CHC) .667 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) .645 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) .599 ..... Stan Musial (STL) .588 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) .568 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) .548 ..... Hank Aaron (CHC) .544 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) .540 ..... Johnny Blanchard (NEV) .528 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) .525
Steals: Maury Wills (LAD) 30 ..... Lou Brock (CHC) 20 ..... Willie Davis (LAD) 19 ..... Jim McKnight (CHC) 10 ..... Julian Javier (STL) 10 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 9 ..... Richie Ashburn (NYM) 9 ..... Tony Taylor (PHI) 9 ..... Gene Freese (CIN) 8 ..... Elio Chacon (SFG) 8
Total Bases: Ron Santo (CHC) 148 ..... Roberto Clemente (PIT) 131 ..... Billy Williams (NEV) 127 ..... Stan Musial (STL) 120 ..... Bill Virdon (PIT) 119 ..... Frank Robinson (CIN) 114 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 113 ..... Hank Aaron (CHC) 112 ..... Hector Lopez (NEV) 109 ..... Willie Mays (SFG) 106
Triples: Roberto Clemente (PIT) 9 ..... Bob Skinner (PIT) 6 ..... Vada Pinson (CIN) 4 ..... Joey Amalfitano (HOU) 4 ..... Don Taussig (HOU ) 4 ..... Lee Walls (LAD) 4 ..... Willie Davis (LAD) 4 ..... Duke Snider (LAD) 4 ..... Johnny Schaive (NEV) 4 ..... Don Hoak (PIT) 4
Complete Games: Don Drysdale (LAD) 5 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 5 ..... Vern Law (PIT) 4 ..... Don Cardwell (CHC) 3 ..... Bob Purkey (CIN) 3 ..... Billy Pierce (SFG) 3 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 3 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 3 ..... Curt Simmons (STL) 3 ..... Bob Buhl (STL) 3
ERA: Bob Purkey (CIN) 1.84 ..... Dave McNally (NEV) 1.97 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 2.08 ..... Billy Pierce (SFG) 2.11 ..... Joe Gibbon (PIT) 2.30 ..... Joe Horlen (NEV) 2.45 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 2.59 ..... Sandy Koufax (LAD) 2.75 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 2.78 ..... Bob Friend (PIT) 2.83
Appearances: Ron Perranoski (LAD) 25 ..... Larry Sherry (LAD) 25 ..... Jim Brewer (NEV) 25 ..... Billy O'Dell (SFG) 25 ..... Dallas Green (PHI) 24 ..... Don Elston (CHC) 23 ..... Turk Farrell (HOU) 23 ..... Ray Sadecki (STL) 23 ..... Dave Giusti (HOU) 22 ..... Bill Dailey (NEV) 22
Hits / 9IP: Dick Drott (HOU) 6.11 ..... Dave McNally (NEV) 6.41 ..... Bob Purkey (CIN) 6.49 ..... Art Mahaffey (PHI) 6.81 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 6.84 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) 6.86 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 6.86 ..... Don Cardwell (CHC) 7.14 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 7.18 ..... Billy Pierce (SFG) 7.33
Innings Pitched: Bob Purkey (CIN) 112.1 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 104.0 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 102.1 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 100.1 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) 99.2 ..... Joe Horlen (NEV) 99.0 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 97.1 ..... Bob Bruce (HOU) 96.2 ..... Jim Maloney (CIN) 94.1 ..... Bob Buhl (STL) 93.1
Opp. Batting Average: Dick Drott (HOU) .188 ..... Dave McNally (NEV) .193 ..... Bob Purkey (CIN) .196 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) .205 ..... Art Mahaffey (PHI) .205 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) .205 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) .206 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) .209 ..... Don Cardwell (CHC) .213 ..... Sandy Koufax (LAD) .219
Quality Starts: Bob Purkey (CIN) 12 ..... Dick Drott (HOU) 10 ..... Joe Horlen (NEV) 10 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 10 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 9 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) 9 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 9 ..... Jim Maloney (CIN) 8 ..... Jim O'Toole (CIN) 8 ..... Ken Johnson (HOU) 8
Saves: Ron Perranoski (LAD) 11 ..... Turk Farrell (HOU) 9 ..... Claude Raymond (NEV) 8 .....Stu Miller (NYM) 8 ..... Lindy McDaniel (STL) 6 ..... Don McMahon (CHC) 5 ..... Jack Baldschun (PHI) 5 ..... Roy Face (PIT) 5 ..... Don Elston (CHC) 4 ..... Jim Brosnan (CIN) 4
Strikeouts Pitched: Sandy Koufax (LAD) 88 ..... Jim Maloney (CIN) 74 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 69 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 67 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) 65 ..... Bob Bruce (HOU) 62 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 53 ..... Harvey Haddix (PIT) 52 ..... Billy Pierce (SFG) 51 ..... Art Mahaffey (PHI) 46
Walks / 9 IP:  Al Jackson (NYM) 1.46 ..... Dave McNally (NEV) 1.66 ..... Bob Friend (PIT) 1.74 ..... Bob Purkey (CIN) 1.76 ..... Harvey Haddix (PIT) 1.89 ..... Joe Horlen (NEV) 2.00 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 2.11 ..... Billy Pierce (SFG) 2.11 ..... Gaylord Perry (SFG) 2.13 ..... Frank Sullivan (PHI) 2.26
Wins: Bob Purkey (CIN) 9 ..... Jim Maloney (CIN) 7 ..... Bob Bruce (HOU) 7 ..... Don Drysdale (LAD) 7 ..... Bob Shaw (NEV) 7 ..... Joe Horlen (NEV) 7 ..... Tom Sturdivant (PIT) 7 ..... Juan Marichal (SFG) 7 ..... Bob Gibson (STL) 7 ..... Glen Hobbie (CHC) 6


San Francisco Giants (34-23) @ Nevada Dusters (33-27)
June 6-8, 1962
Horizon Field, Las Vegas, NV

DL: Lee Maye (RF), stretched knee ligament, seventeen days. Joe Horlen (P), pulled quadriceps, four days. Claude Raymond (RP), twisted ankle, two days.

TRADES
DET offered Reno Bertoia (IF) and Mike Rourke (C) for Hector Lopez (OF) and Johnny Blanchard (C). DECLINED.

San Francisco Giants Game 1 starting lineup
Felipe Alou (RF), Jim Davenport (3B), Orlando Cepeda (1B), Willie Mays (CF), Harvey Kuenn (LF), Ed Bailey (C), Jose Pagan (SS), Ernie Bowman (2B), Billy Pierce (SP)

[Game 1, June 6]
Back home after the short road trip, the Dusters were outhit and outpitched in the first game of the series as Steve Barber gave up five runs on eight hits, lasted just four innings and suffered his sixth loss of the year while San Francisco starter Billy Pierce got his sixth win. The Dusters scored a run in the 2nd but the Giants scored two in their half of the inning and added four more in the 5th as Orlando Cepeda's three-run homer knocked Barber out of the game. In the 6th Cepeda stung reliever Jim Umbricht with another dinger, this one for two runs, and it was 8-1 Giants. Clete Boyer's solo shot in the 7th, his eighth home run of the year, helped a little, but one inning later the Dusters mounted a rally that, for a few moments, gave the 14,000 fans on hand renewed hope -- a double by Mack Jones and singles by Vic Power, Hector Lopez and Tom Tresh added two runs and loaded the bases, but Billy O'Dell took over for Pierce and got the next two outs to end the inning with the Giants still up 8-4, the final tally.
Lineup: Jones, Power, Williams, Lopez, Adair, Tresh, Boyer, Blanchard, Barber
Record: 33-28
Giants 8, Dusters 4
[Game 2, June 7]
The matchup of Nevada's Dave McNally (6-0) and San Francisco's Gaylord Perry (5-5), two promising rookie stars, was thought to be the headline for the second game of the series, but McNally was gone after five innings in which he allowed four runs on five hits. The Dusters seemed completely overmatched yet again. Vic Power's two-run homer in the 3rd gave them an early lead, but the Giants scored four runs in the 5th, three of them off Jim Davenport's bomb to left-center. Ed Bailey's two-run blast in the 7th added two more and the Dusters were on the short end of a 7-2 score. It got worse. Orlando Cepeda hit a two-run double off reliever Jim Brewer in the 8th and even though Nevada scored a run in the bottom of the inning it looked to be over. Don Larsen took the mound for the Giants in the home 9th. Jerry Adair reached on a fielding error by second baseman Ernie Bowman and Clete Boyer homered for two. Then Tom Tresh and Johnny Schaive hit their way on, pinch hitter Lou Johnson singled in a run, Vic Power did likewise, and it was 9-7 with two on and nobody out when Hector Lopez came to the plate and knocked one out of the park, a walk-off homer that made it 10-9 Dusters. The seven-run inning marked the biggest comeback in the club's brief history, and stunned the winners almost as much as it did the San Francisco Giants.
Lineup: Power, Lopez, Williams, Blanchard, Adair, Boyer, Tresh, Schaive, McNally
Record: 34-28
Dusters 10, Giants 9
[Game 3, June 8]
After yesterday's miracle comeback the Dusters and their fans were in high spirits when the third game of the season got underway -- but the Giants were quick to rain on the parade as Willie McCovey's two-run homer in the 3rd gave San Francisco a 3-0 lead. Nevada didn't have to wait long for one of its patented big innings, however. Giants starter Jack Sanford issued two walks and Hector Lopez singled to load the bases in the home 4th. Johnny Blanchard's single to left scored two, Johnny Schaive reached on an error to juice the bases again, and Mack Jones singled into the right field corner for two more. Nevada starter Bob Shaw contributed his own RBI single and the Dusters led 5-3. After that, Shaw didn't give the Giants much of anything to work with, while Nevada added two more on a Johnny Schaive triple in the 8th. Shaw improved his record to 8-2 with the 7-3 victory, allowing three runs on five hits through seven. The Dusters had beaten the Giants two games to one, and yet remained in fourth place in the NL, 1.5 games back of third place San Francisco. Though it didn't make much difference in the standings, Conn Hudson knew it mattered a lot where the confidence of his players was concerned.
Lineup: Power, Lopez, Williams, Adair, Boyer, Blanchard, Schaive, Jones, Shaw
Record: 35-28
Dusters 7, Giants 3

Orlando Cepeda

Nevada Dusters financial update:
Average attendance: 13.294 ..... Revenue: $15.7M ..... Profit: $4.3M ..... Cash: $9.0M ..... Team Payroll: $20.5M

Series stats:
2Bs: Power, Tresh, Jones, Adair, Lopez
3Bs: Schaive
HRs: Boyer (2), Power, Lopez
SBs: none
Runs: Jones, Power (3), Lopez (3), Boyer (3), Adair (2), Tresh, Schaive (3), McNally, Williams, Blanchard (2)
RBIs: Lopez (5), Tresh (2), Boyer (3), Power (3), Johnson, Blanchard (2), Schaive (2), Jones (2), Shaw

Around the leagues:
CHC signed free agent Bill Henry (P) for $2,300,000/1 yr.
CHW signed free agent Bob Oldis (C) for $320,000/1 yr.

HOU--Billy Goodman (3B), inflamed rotator cuff, five weeks.
CLE--Hal Kurtz (P), sprained back, two weeks.
LAA-Ed Sukla (P), hand stress fracture, two weeks.
CHW--Al Smith (3B), strained knee, two weeks.

CHW released Early Wynn (P).
CLE released Ken Aspromonte (2B).

LAD--Duke Snider (RF) gets his 2000th hit.

FEATURED GAME
San Francisco Giants at Nevada Dusters
June 7, 1962

TOP OF THE FIRST
Dave McNally takes the mound for the Dusters.
Felipe Alou reached first on a throwing error by the second baseman. <--1>
The Giants put on the hit and run.
Jim Davenport grounded to second. <-2->
Orlando Cepeda flied out to center. <-2->
Willie Mays walked. <-21>
Harvey Kuenn popped up to short. <-21>
0 runs, 0 hits, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
In the middle of the first, the game is tied at 0.

BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
Gaylord Perry takes the mound for the Giants.
Vic Power popped up behind home plate. <--->
Hector Lopez walked. <--1>
Billy Williams popped up to second. <--1>
Johnny Blanchard struck out. <--1>
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
At the end of the first, the game is tied at 0.

TOP OF THE SECOND
Ed Bailey flied out to right. <--->
Jose Pagan singled to center field. <--1>
Ernie Bowman laid down a sacrifice bunt to first. <-2->
Gaylord Perry grounded to the third baseman. <-2->
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
In the middle of the second, the game is tied at 0.

BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
Jerry Adair grounded to second. <--->
Clete Boyer popped up to the third baseman in foul ground. <--->
Tom Tresh singled to right. <--1>
Johnny Schaive grounded to third. <--1>
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
At the end of the second, the game is tied at 0.

TOP OF THE THIRD
Felipe Alou popped up to second. <--->
Jim Davenport flied out to center. <--->
Orlando Cepeda popped up to short. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
In the middle of the third, the game is tied at 0.

BOTTOM OF THE THIRD
Dave McNally reached first on a fielding error by the third baseman. <--1>
Vic Power homered over the right field fence for two RBIs. <--->
Hector Lopez struck out. <--->
Billy Williams struck out. <--->
Johnny Blanchard grounded to the shortstop. <--->
2 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, and 0 left on base.
At the end of the third, Nevada leads 2 to 0.

TOP OF THE FOURTH
Willie Mays lined out to center field. <--->
Harvey Kuenn flied out to center. <--->
Ed Bailey lined out to second. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
In the middle of the fourth, San Francisco trails 2 to 0.

BOTTOM OF THE FOURTH
Jerry Adair struck out. <--->
Clete Boyer struck out. <--->
Tom Tresh struck out. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
At the end of the fourth, Nevada leads 2 to 0.

TOP OF THE FIFTH
Jose Pagan singled up the middle. <--1>
Dave McNally threw a wild pitch. <-2->
Ernie Bowman laid down a sacrifice bunt to third. <3-->
The Dusters brought the infield in.
Gaylord Perry grounded to third. The lead runner was tagged out at home. <--1>
Felipe Alou doubled down the right field line. <32->
Jim Davenport homered to left-center for three RBIs. <--->
Orlando Cepeda homered to left-center. <--->
Willie Mays grounded to the third baseman. <--->
4 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
In the middle of the fifth, San Francisco leads 4 to 2.

BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH
Johnny Schaive struck out. <--->
Mack Jones pinch hit for Dave McNally. <--->
Mack Jones grounded to second. <--->
Vic Power grounded to short. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
At the end of the fifth, Nevada trails 4 to 2.

TOP OF THE SIXTH
Bob Duliba came in to pitch for the Dusters. <--->
Harvey Kuenn walked. <--1>
Ed Bailey homered into the left field bleachers for two RBIs. <--->
Jose Pagan walked. <--1>
Ernie Bowman laid down a sacrifice bunt to first. <-2->
Gaylord Perry struck out. <-2->
Felipe Alou singled to left, scoring a run. <--1>
Jim Davenport grounded to second. <--1>
3 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
In the middle of the sixth, San Francisco leads 7 to 2.

BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH
Hector Lopez grounded to third. <--->
Billy Williams grounded to the pitcher. <--->
Johnny Blanchard flied out to left field. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
At the end of the sixth, Nevada trails 7 to 2.

TOP OF THE SEVENTH
Orlando Cepeda flied out to right. <--->
Willie Mays hit an infield single to first. <--1>
Harvey Kuenn doubled down the third base line. <32->
Jim Brewer came in to pitch for the Dusters. <32->
Ed Bailey dribbled weakly in front of home plate. <32->
Willie McCovey pinch hit for Jose Pagan. <32->
Willie McCovey grounded to second. <32->
0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 2 left on base.
In the middle of the seventh, San Francisco leads 7 to 2.

BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
Chuck Hiller came in to play Shortstop. <--->
Jerry Adair struck out. <--->
Clete Boyer singled to right. <--1>
Tom Tresh grounded to third for a double play (5-4-3). <--->
0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
At the end of the seventh, Nevada trails 7 to 2.

TOP OF THE EIGHTH
Ernie Bowman walked. <--1>
Gaylord Perry struck out. <--1>
Jim Brewer threw a wild pitch. <-2->
Felipe Alou struck out. <-2->
Jim Davenport singled to center. <3-1>
Orlando Cepeda doubled in the left field gap for two RBIs. <-2->
Willie Mays grounded to second. <-2->
2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
In the middle of the eighth, San Francisco leads 9 to 2.

BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH
Johnny Schaive walked. <--1>
Gordy Coleman pinch hit for Jim Brewer. <--1>
Gordy Coleman reached first on a fielding error by the second baseman. <-21>
Vic Power grounded to short for a double play (6-4-3). <3-->
Hector Lopez doubled in the left field gap, scoring a run. <-2->
Billy Williams walked. <-21>
Johnny Blanchard grounded to short. <-21>
1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
At the end of the eighth, Nevada trails 9 to 3.

TOP OF THE NINTH
Bill Dailey came in to pitch for the Dusters. <--->
Harvey Kuenn popped up to short. <--->
Ed Bailey grounded to the third baseman. <--->
Chuck Hiller grounded to second. <--->
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
In the middle of the ninth, San Francisco leads 9 to 3.

BOTTOM OF THE NINTH
Don Larsen came in to pitch for the Giants. <--->
Jerry Adair reached first on a fielding error by the second baseman. <--1>
Clete Boyer homered around the foul pole in left for two RBIs. <--->
Tom Tresh singled to left. <--1>
Johnny Schaive singled to center. <-21>
Lou Johnson pinch hit for Bill Dailey. <-21>
Lou Johnson singled to center, scoring a run. <-21>
Vic Power singled to center, scoring a run. <-21>
Hector Lopez homered around the foul pole in right for three RBIs. <--->

DUSTERS WIN: 10-9
 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
        Giants (SFG) 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 2 0    9 11  3
       Dusters (NEV) 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 7   10 10  1

SAN FRANCISCO        ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
F. Alou (RF)          5  2  0  1  0  1  1  0    .278
J. Davenport (3B)     5  2  0  2  1  3  0  0    .262
O. Cepeda (1B)        5  2  0  1  1  3  0  0    .364
W. Mays (CF)          4  1  1  0  0  0  0  0    .351
H. Kuenn (LF)         4  1  1  1  0  0  0  0    .269
E. Bailey (C)         5  1  0  1  1  2  0  0    .293
J. Pagan (SS)         2  2  1  1  0  0  0  0    .327
 W. McCovey (PH)      1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .306
 C. Hiller (SS)       1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .241
E. Bowman (2B)        0  0  1  1  0  0  0  0    .122
G. Perry (P)          4  0  0  1  0  0  2  0    .083
 D. Larsen (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
TOTALS               36 11  4  9  3  9  3  0

   2B:  O. Cepeda (8), H. Kuenn (9), F. Alou (9)
   HR:  E. Bailey (5), O. Cepeda (10), J. Davenport (9)

   SAN FRANCISCO   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
        G. Perry  8.0  4  3  1  3  1  8  96   2.48
       D. Larsen  0.0  6  0  2  7  6  0  26   6.10
          TOTALS  8.0 10  3  3 10  7  8 122

NEVADA               ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
V. Power (1B)         5  2  0  2  1  3  0  0    .311
H. Lopez (RF)         4  2  1  1  1  4  1  0    .337
B. Williams (LF)      3  0  1  0  0  0  1  0    .343
J. Blanchard (C)      4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .254
J. Adair (2B)         4  0  0  1  0  0  2  0    .292
C. Boyer (3B)         4  2  0  1  1  2  1  0    .281
T. Tresh (CF)         4  2  0  1  0  0  1  0    .251
J. Schaive (SS)       3  1  1  2  0  0  1  0    .277
D. McNally (P)        1  0  0  1  0  0  0  0    .296
 M. Jones (PH)        1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .247
 B. Duliba (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
 J. Brewer (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
 G. Coleman (PH)      1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .337
 B. Dailey (P)        0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
 L. Johnson (PH)      1  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .250
TOTALS               35 10  3 10  3 10  8  0

   2B:  H. Lopez (13)
   HR:  V. Power (6), C. Boyer (9), H. Lopez (12)

          NEVADA   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
      D. McNally  5.0  5  1  2  4  4  0  69   2.25
       B. Duliba  1.1  4  2  1  3  3  1  38   5.84
       J. Brewer  1.2  2  1  0  2  2  2  33   4.73
       B. Dailey  1.0  0  0  0  0  0  0  11   2.96
          TOTALS  9.0 11  4  3  9  9  3 151

     WP: B. Dailey (2-2)
     LP: D. Larsen (3-1)

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