Pittsburgh: John Candaleria
Los Angeles: Alejandro Pena
Ray 0-4 2 Strikeouts
Thompson 0-2 Reached on an Error Strikeout
Pena 0-2 Walk Strikeout
Candaleria 5.0 IP 7 Hits 3 Runs 1 Walk 4 Strikeouts
Landreaux 2-3 Run Walk
Rivera 1-4 Double 2 RBI
Pena 9.0 IP 0 Hits 0 Runs 1 Walk 6 Strikeouts
Pittsburgh 0 (1-0-3)
Los Angeles 0 (4-0-0)
Los Angeles’ Alejandro Pena pitched a No-Hitter.
He issued only 1 Walk and only one other batter reached base on an error (Jason Thompson on bad throw by Dodger second baseman Steve Sax). This performance is even more impressive considering the Los Angeles fielding rating was the lowest possible for the game.
Pittsburgh: John Tudor
Los Angeles: Bob Welch
Wynne 2-5 2RBI
Ray 3-5 Run RBI
Lacy 2-5 RBI
Tudor 6.0 IP 13 Hits 8 Runs 2 Strikeouts
Sax 3-5 2 Doubles 3 Runs Strikeout
Maldonado 3-4 Home Run 2 Doubles 2 Runs 3 RBI
Guerrero 2-4 1 Run 2 RBI
Marshall 3-4 Home Run Double 2 Runs 2 RBI
Welch 9.0 IP 12 Hits 4 Runs 1 Walk 3 Strikeouts
Pittsburgh 4 (1-0-2)
Los Angeles 9 (3-0-0)
The Dodgers 3-4-5 hitters wailed on Tudor’s pitching. Steve Sax set the table well for them.
Bob Welch pitched well enough and once he had a lead he held on to it.
St. Louis: Joaquin Andujar
Los Angeles: Rick Honeycutt
Hendrick 2-3 2B Walk Run Strikeout
Green 3-3 RBI
Andujar 7.0 IP 5 Hits 5 Runs 4 Earned Runs 3 Walks 6 Strikeouts
Guerrero 2-4 2B HR 2 Runs 3 RBI
Marshall 1-4 3 Strikeouts
Honeycutt 1-3 Run Strikeout
Honeycutt 9.0 IP 4 Hits Run 2 Walks 3 Strikeouts
St. Louis 1 (0-0-2)
Los Angeles 5 (2-0-0)
Another pitching battle between these teams.
The Dodgers had all the power and all the timely hitting.
Pedro Guerrero belted a 3-run homerun in the Third Inning to put Los Angeles ahead for good.
The Cardinals' hitting was not good at all in this game, or in the previous game.
In two games versus the Dodgers, the #1-2-3 hitters were a combined 1 for 22 with one Walk, one HBP and five Strikeouts.
What This Is
These are write-ups and statistics from a 1984 Season replay using APBA Baseball. I am using some modified replay rules as well.