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Old 08-21-2018, 10:39 PM   #121
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07/25/1974 - Giants Lose to Reds, 5-4

Pete Rose Sr made an impact in the 5-4 Cincinnati win over San Francisco. Rose Sr, who is a eight-time All-Star, went 3-4 with a home run and 2 singles, while scoring 2 times and driving in 2. Clay Kirby, the winner, improved to 7-4. He held San Francisco to 4 earned runs on 6 hits over 7 innings, while racking up 6 strikeouts. Pedro Borbon converted his 12th save in 15 tries.

Rose Sr contributed a big hit, a 2-run home run, for Cincinnati in the bottom of the fifth. With his team trailing 3-2, Rose Sr took a fastball from Jim Barr and stroked the home run to left. His 5th home run of the season allowed the Reds to leap in front, 4-3.

"We can always improve and get better, but we're feeling confident after that win," said Rose Sr.

The Reds have an impressive 63-34 record.

Lost in the shuffle was that Giants first baseman Dave Kingman was back in the lineup, and his his first homer since May 31st off RHP Clay Kirby.

TOP OF THE 4TH
Count: 1-0
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 7LD), Distance : 361 ft


Season HR #11 - Career HR #92
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Old 08-21-2018, 10:45 PM   #122
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08/02/1974 - Giants Losing Streak at 7 After Extra-Inning Loss to Reds

The Cincinnati Reds defeated the San Francisco Giants, 4-3, in NL action at Candlestick Park, with Cincinnati pitcher Clay Kirby named player of the game. Rawly Eastwick, credited with the save, is now 6 for 8 in save opportunities. The losses continue to mount for San Francisco, which has now dropped 7 in a row.

The Reds got a big at-bat from right fielder Cesar Geronimo. For the game, Geronimo was 2 for 5 with a triple and a walk. He drove in 2 runs. In the top of the 12th, with the bases loaded, he stroked a run-scoring single. His 90th hit of the season gave Cincinnati a 4-3 lead.

Kingman had homered in the bottom of the 9th off RHP Clay Kirby to tied the game up and send it to extra innungs.

BOTTOM OF THE 9TH
Count: 3-2
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 78XD), Distance : 409 ft


Season HR #12 - Career HR #93
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Old 08-21-2018, 10:49 PM   #123
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08/10/1974 - Cubs Roll Over Giants, 10-2

The Chicago Cubs topped the San Francisco Giants, 10-2, in NL action at Wrigley Field. The player of the game was Chicago center fielder Pete LaCock. The Cubs improved to 47-67.

The Cubs picked up the win with a combination of good hitting and good pitching. Kingman hit a meaningless homer off RHP Bill Bonham.

TOP OF THE 6TH
Count: 0-0
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 7D), Distance : 384 ft


Season HR #13 - Career HR #94
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Old 08-21-2018, 10:54 PM   #124
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08/21/1974 - Pirates Lose 6-3 Decision to Giants

The San Francisco Giants topped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-3, in NL action at Three Rivers Stadium. The player of the game was San Francisco pitcher Ed Halicki. In 8 innings, Halicki surrendered 8 hits, while striking out 4 and walking 3. He allowed 3 runs. Randy Moffitt was credited with the save. He has now successfully converted 12 of 17 save opportunities.

Garry Maddox helped out the San Francisco cause in the top of the sixth inning with a 2-run double. For the game, the center fielder was 2 for 4 with a triple and a double, while scoring 2 runs and driving in 2.

Kingman got the offense off to a good start with a solo shot off starter LHP Jim Rooker.

TOP OF THE 2ND
Count: 1-2
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 78XD), Distance : 403 ft


Season HR #14 - Career HR #95
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Old 08-21-2018, 10:59 PM   #125
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08/23/1974 - Giants Get Win, Extend Streak to 4

Getting a good performance from center fielder Garry Maddox, the San Francisco Giants defeated the Chicago Cubs, 14-7. Maddox was 4-5 with a triple, a double, and 2 singles, while scoring 2 runs and driving in 2 for the Giants. Tom Bradley got the win, improving to 1-2. He pitched 8 innings, giving up 8 hits and 7 runs, while striking out 3 and walking 3. The Giants have now won 4 straight.

Bill Madlock tried to get his team back in the game. With Chicago trailing 12-3 in the top of the 7th, Madlock hit a bases-clearing double. But the Cubs held on to get the win. "Madlock had a good at-bat," said manager Wes Westrum. "We could have used a few more like it."

Dave Kingman had a solid game with a double, a homer off RHP Oscar Zamora, and two walks. He now has 50 RBI for the season.

BOTTOM OF THE 6TH
Count: 1-0
2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 78XD), Distance : 369 ft


Season HR #15 - Career HR #96
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:11 PM   #126
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09/10/1974 - Astros Turn Back San Francisco, 3-2

Houston Astros starter Mike Nagy was in a groove as he led his team to a win over the San Francisco Giants, 3-2. The Astros bumped their record to 88-54 with this latest triumph.

The Astros got a big at-bat from catcher Milt May. For the game, May went 2-3 with a double, while adding 2 RBI. In the bottom of the third, with runners on 1st and 3rd, he stroked a run-scoring single. His 63rd hit of the season gave Houston a 3-2 lead.

Kingman homered off RHP Mike Nagy on a full count pitch after foulging off four straight.

TOP OF THE 2ND
Count: 3-2
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 7D), Distance : 367 ft


Season HR #16 - Career HR #97
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:16 PM   #127
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09/14/1974 - Multi-HR Game for Kingman in 11-2 Win

The San Francisco Giants relied on the hitting of first baseman Dave Kingman to stop the Houston Astros, 11-2. For the game, Kingman hit 2 home runs, while scoring 3 runs and driving in 6. The Giants saw their record improve to 67-79.

Kingman had a big at-bat with a runner on 1st in the bottom of the first inning, when he hit a 2-run home run off Astros fireballer RHP J R Richard. He homered again off Richard later in the game, as the Giants went on to an easy win.

"We'll grab a cold one tonight and go after another win tomorrow," Kingman said.

BOTTOM OF THE 1ST
Count: 2-0
2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 7D), Distance : 358 ft

BOTTOM OF THE 3RD
Count: 1-2
2-RUN HOME RUN (Line Drive, 9LD), Distance : 363 ft


Season HR #17 and #18 - Career HR #98 and #99
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:21 PM   #128
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09/17/1974 - Montefusco Twirls Shutout

John Montefusco of the San Francisco Giants was right on target as he blanked the Atlanta Braves 5-0, yielding 3 hits and totaling 10 strikeouts and 1 walk.

"I had everything working today and I got some help from my defense, too," Montefusco said, speaking to BNN reporters after the game. "They saved my butt a few times."

In 34 starts this season Montefusco has notched a 13-10 record and a 2.63 ERA.

Kingman homered late off RHP Buzz Capra to seal the deal for Montefusco. It was his 100th career home run.

BOTTOM OF THE 8TH
Count: 1-1
2-RUN HOME RUN (Line Drive, 78XD), Distance : 412 ft


Season HR #19 - Career HR #100
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:26 PM   #129
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09/22/1974 - Giants, Montefusco Blank Cincinnat

In a standout performance today at Candlestick Park, red hot Giants pitcher John Montefusco blanked the Cincinnati Reds 8-0. He limited them to 5 hits and posted 12 strikeouts and 3 walks to gain the win for San Francisco.

In 35 starts this year Montefusco has fashioned a 14-10 record and a 2.55 ERA. Kingman homered again off RHP Clay Kirby, and had 5 RBI on the day.

BOTTOM OF THE 6TH
Count: 0-0
2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 9LD), Distance : 335 ft


Season HR #20 - Career HR #101
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09/25/1974 - Giants Nip Padres, 3-2

The San Francisco Giants racked up a win at Jack Murphy Stadium, bumping off the San Diego Padres, 3-2. Jim Barr, who started for San Francisco, pitched effectively for his team. Randy Moffitt got the save, his 15th in 21 chances. San Francisco is now riding a 3-game win streak.

Chris Speier helped out the San Francisco cause in the top of the third inning with a run-scoring single. For the game, the shortstop was 1-3 with a walk.

Kingman did his part with a shot off LHP Randy Jones.

TOP OF THE 3RD
Count: 0-1
SOLO HOME RUN (Line Drive, 7D), Distance : 398 ft


Season HR #21 - Career HR #102
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:35 PM   #131
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09/28/1974 - Giants Lambaste Reds, 12-1

A 4-RBI performance from Dave Kingman, who is tied for 9th in the NL in home runs with 23, helped the San Francisco Giants beat the Cincinnati Reds, 12-1. Tom Bradley was the winner. Over 9 innings, he allowed 1 run on 6 hits, with 2 walks and 6 strikeouts. San Francisco is 74-85 and Cincinnati, with the loss, 101-58.

Kingman had a big at-bat with a runner on 2nd in the top of the sixth inning, when he hit a 2-run home run off RHP Pat Darcy. He had already homered once onff the Reds started. The Giants went on to win.

Giants manager had nothing but praise for his players after an impressive win, calling the result one of the team's best performances of the season. "Everything just came together on our end," he said. "I didn't need to do too much."

TOP OF THE 1ST
Count: 0-2
2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 78XD), Distance : 388 ft

TOP OF THE 6TH
Count: 1-0
2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 78XD), Distance : 390 ft


Season HR #22 and #23 - Career HR #103 and #104
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:43 PM   #132
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1974 Final - .260/.339/.466 23 HR 82 RBI

Losing 30 games to a pulled hammy in the middle of the season derailed what might have been Kingman's best season so far.



He still managed to lead his team in HR and was second by one to Bobby Mercer in RBI...




And was +5 HR and +27 RBI over his IRL stats from 1974.


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Old 08-23-2018, 09:37 PM   #133
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1974 Finale - Cont'd

His L/R split this season was more in line with what one would expect from a righty Slugger...



But this time he has big variances on some other splits...

Home/Road:



Grass/Turf:



and Day/Night:

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Old 08-23-2018, 09:42 PM   #134
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1974 Final - Cont'd

The Fightin' Phillies took home the crown in the sim with the help of a rookie named Schmidt:



And this year we had no teams in the replay that made the playoffs IRL (graphic courtesy Wikipedia)...


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Old 08-25-2018, 12:45 PM   #135
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02/28/1975 - Mets Acquire Kingman in Cash Deal With Giants

By JOSEPH DURSO MARCH 1, 1975

The recent rush of baseball talent into New York continued today when, the Mets paid the San Francisco Giants close to $150,000 for the power‐hitting Dave Kingman.

It was the seventh talent deal swung since the World Series last October by Joe McDonald, the new general manager of the team and already one of the fastest draws in the trading market. The accent has been on offensive strength, something the Mets have lacked during their 12 years in business, and they added to their growing stockpile with Kingman.

He is a 6‐foot‐6‐inch alumnus of the University of Southern California, 26 years old, and in just under four seasons as a major leaguer he has hit 104 home runs. He plays three positions with so‐so success: third base, first base and the outfield. He also strikes out a lot, but he is known as a man with a roundhouse right‐handed swing and with long‐distance strength when he connects.

The deal was considered a forerunner of others that the Mets may arrange before they leave Florida in six weeks and head north trying to improve on last summer's fifth‐place finish. They still need pitching, but it was becoming clear that Manager Yogi Berra would be holding a sweepstakes camp here to determine which of his army of new hitters might be traded for new arms.

Kingman was not considered the Met's answer to Bobby Bonds, his old teammate on the Giants whom the Yankees acquired this winter. Nor did he figure to diminish the glamour of Catfish Hunter, whom the Yankees mortgaged for $3.75million after Hunter escaped from the Oakland A's. But he was expected to join Joe Torre and Gene Clines in the cast the Mets have assembled in their own race to revive.

“We finally got the righthanded power hitter we've been looking for,” joked Torre, who had been billed earlier as the right‐handed power hitter the Mets had been looking for. “It takes the pressure off me, I guess. It wouldn't hurt.”

‘ “Fantastic,” enthused Kingman, in a telephone interview ‘from his office at United Air Lines in San Francisco, where he has been working until the full squad of Giants reports Monday to Phoenix, Ariz. “I love it. I've always hit well in Shea Stadium.”

He hit one ball memorably well there on Aug. 25, 1971, when he was a rookie taking his first swipes at National League pitching. He drove one of Jerry Koosman's fastballs beyond the left‐field bull pen, and it crashed against the San Francisco team's bus for one of the stadium's longest home runs.

“He hit it nine miles,” Koosman acknowledged today with a smile and a wince. “It broke a window in their bus.”

Where will the Mets play him in order to get his bat into the line‐up? They already have Torre as a swingman for third base and first, Johii Milner and Ed Kranepool for first base and the outfield, plus eight other full‐time outs fielders. That is, they are loaded with platoon players.

“We'll find some place for him to play,” McDonald promised. “His assets are awesome power, great speed and a fine arm. Isn't it better to get the talent and then decide what to do with it?”

“He could be like Mickey Mantle when he came up to the Yankees,” Berra said reaching for comparisons, “Mickey struck out a lot, too. Kingman didn't look too good at third base; in fact, they ‘sent him home from Puerto Rico one winter because he was so bad. But how would you like to see him come up to bat if you were the other pitcher? It also gives us more if we want to make a trade.”

“Two years ago,” he said, reflecting on the irony of it, “we offered Koosman to the Giants for Kingman, only they turned him down. They wanted Jon Matlack. Now we got him for some money.”

“In college,” Kingman said, “I was a pitcher and then I played the outfield. In pro ball, third base and first, and the outfield. But I have no preference whatever. Yes, I wanted to be traded. There was a lot of talk about it a year ago. So when I signed my contract this winter, I told the Giants I wanted to go.

“I've been in Japan a lot for the airline, so I've been working out with the Japanese teams trying to cut down my strike‐outs. Its a mental thing, not physical. Too many people telling me what to do, and then playing only twice a week you feel the pressure to do something big all the time.”

Cleon Jones, who wears a knee brace now after surgery on torn cartilage, welcomed Kingman along with the rest of the “Mets. But he seemed cautious about the implications of the move, along with the rest of the Mets who play the infield or outfield.

“He's a big strong guy and he's got that great big swing,” Cleon said. “If he plays every day, he could ‐hit 50 home runs. But how's he going to play every day? Maybe the Mets think I need help, but I don't.”

Link to actual article: https://www.nytimes.com/1975/03/01/a...-power-in.html

Lightly editied for fictional replay. All credit to NY Times and author

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The only thing I edited was to add in his fictional 104 HR total, remove a quote about wanting to play everyday (since he is doing that in the replay), edited Cleon's comment to say 50 HR instead of 30 (since he already had hit 30+ in the replay) and fixed a few typos in the original artice.

Some thoughts:


*Kingman's quote about working for an airline in the offseason really puts that era in contrast to modern player contracts.

*The Koosman homer story about Kong hitting one out of Shea Stadium and breaking a window on the Giant's team bus is one I had never heard before.

*The Yogi quote comparing his power to Mantle is pretty cool.

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04/11/1975 - Mets Roll to 11-3 Win Over Pirates

The New York Mets powered past the Pittsburgh Pirates, 11-3, at Three Rivers Stadium. Newly acquired Dave Kingman went 2 for 5 with a 3-run home run off RHP Bob Moose. He scored 2 times and drove in 4, to lead the charge. The Mets, now 2-1, have played some good baseball in the early going.

John Milner chipped in for New York with a 2-run home run in the top of the third. For the game, the left fielder had 2 hits in 3 at-bats with 1 home run, 1 single, 2 runs scored, and 2 runs batted in.

TOP OF THE 4TH
Count: 1-0
3-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 7LD), Distance : 364 ft


Season HR #1 - Career HR #105
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04/14/1975 - Mets Lose, 5-3, at Veterans Stadium

The Philadelphia Phillies had to overcome a big game from New York first baseman Dave Kingman for a 5-3 victory. Kingman was 2-4 and took RHP Wayne Twitchell deep with a 3-run shot in the first inning. Philadelphia reliever Larry Christenson got the win, raising his record to 1-0. Nino Espinosa was tagged with the loss. Every game is important, even these early ones, if the Phillies hope to make a postseason run.

Larry Bowa, who is a three-time Great Glove Award winner, aided the Philadelphia cause with a run-scoring single in the bottom of the sixth. For the game, the shortstop was 1-5.

"Nice to see our side come away with the win," Bowa said after the game.

TOP OF THE 1ST
Count: 2-1
3-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 7LD), Distance : 343 ft


Season HR #2 - Career HR #106
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04/20/1975 - Mets Roll Over Cubs, 9-1

The New York Mets got a good effort from starter Nino Espinosa in defeating the Chicago Cubs at Shea Stadium (NL). The final score was 9-1. Espinosa went the distance for New York. He gave up 1 earned run on 7 hits. The Cubs drop to 4-8 and continue their inconsistent start to the 1975 season.

The Mets got a big at-bat from first baseman Dave Kingman. For the game, Kingman was 1-5 with a home run. He scored 2 times and drove in 4. In the bottom of the first, with runners on 1st and 2nd, he stroked a 3-run home run off RHP Ray Burris. His 3rd home run of the season gave New York a 3-0 lead.

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Count: 1-1
3-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 7D), Distance : 382 ft


Season HR #3 - Career HR #107
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04/26/1975 - Victory Pushes Mets Record to 8-7

Montreal got a terrific performance from pitcher Woodie Fryman, but it wasn't enough to beat the New York Mets. New York won the Jarry Park contest, 5-4. Fryman was the player of the game despite being on the losing side. He threw 8 innings of 5-hit ball. New York reliever Bob Apodaca picked up the win, upping his record to 1-1. Dale Murray was saddled with the loss. Rick Baldwin picked up the save for New York, his 1st of the year.

This game was not decided until late. With one out in the top of the ninth, Joe Torre hit a sacrifice fly. The Mets took the lead, 5-4.

"I'm just happy to help the team win," Torre told the New York News. Mets first baseman Dave Kingman had a solo HR off LHP Woodie Fryman.

Montreal, at 3-12, has had a dismal start to the season.

TOP OF THE 2ND
Count: 0-2
SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 7LD), Distance : 353 ft


Season HR #4 - Career HR #108
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