Originally Posted by princeton
sounds to me like Joe got a GWRBI in 1963, after which Joe heard that Mauch threw a table and called him a "Little Leaguer". Very Mauchian
but since 44 years later Joe remembered the game as occurring in September of 1964 and not in Sept of 1963, we should pull out li'l Joe's fingernails.
It was in 1963
Houston Colt .45s 2, Philadelphia Phillies 1
Game Played on Sunday, September 22, 1963 (N) at Colt Stadium
PHI N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 8 1
HOU N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 - 2 8 0
COLT .45S 9TH: WINE REPLACED HOAK (PLAYING SS); AMARO CHANGED
POSITIONS (PLAYING 3B); Weekly singled to left; POINTER RAN FOR
WEEKLY; On a bunt Warwick forced Pointer (pitcher to
shortstop); Debut game for Aaron Pointer; Wynn walked
[Warwick to second]; Aspromonte singled to left [Warwick scored,
Wynn to second]; KLIPPSTEIN REPLACED SHORT (PITCHING); STAUB
BATTED FOR BATEMAN; Staub grounded out (first unassisted) [Wynn
to third, Aspromonte to second]; Morgan singled to right [Wynn
scored, Aspromonte to third]
; 2 R, 3 H, 0 E, 2 LOB. Phillies 1,
Colt .45s 2.
My favorite part of the rant is the attempt to align Morgan with the cheese that is known as ESPN, talk about biting the hand that feeds you. Let's skip the players who work there and go right to the executive producers and program directors.
They're the gun shooting loud blanks at the viewer, not Joe Morgan... who has seen a lot of baseball and played probably more