The 1967 AL Pennant Race – Part 44 – And now there are three left

Standings and scores of the baseball wars on September 29, 1967

The Washington Senators and Phil Ortega shutout the White Sox and Tommy John 1-0 and eliminated the Mighty Whitey’s from post season play. In Detroit it was too cold for the Tigers to play the Angels. After being rained out the day before, the two teams have double-headers scheduled for both days this week-end.  The Twins had a rare Thursday and Friday back-to-back days off before going to Boston to play the Red Sox over the week-end. 

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What a pennant race!

1967 Twins phantom World Series tickets. The Twins should have been there, damn Red Sox.

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The rest of the stories that I have done on the 1967 AL pennant race can be found here.

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