Get a daily email with MLB/Minor League statistics for a custom list of YOUR selected players. Sign up to the Player Tracker.
"Organizing the World
of Baseball Data"
TBC Player Tracker:   Daily emails with YOUR custom list of players delivered before your first cup of coffee. Change players whenever you like!
Home >> >> This Page

Milwaukee Brewers 4 Baltimore Orioles 3

+ Boxscore: Thu, September 14,1978
1978-09-13 - 1978-09-15
  123 456 789  R H E
Baltimore Orioles (81-65)010 100 001 360
Milwaukee Brewers (85-62)130 000 00X 471
Date of Game: Thu, September 14,1978
Stadium: County Stadium
Attendance: 12,587
Time of Game: 2:21

Feats and Milestones
Dave Ford:1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Mike Caldwell (19-9)
Losing Pitcher: Scott McGregor (14-13)

Home Runs: Gary Roenicke (1), Robin Yount (8)
BAL MIL
Team Page Team Page
Statistics Statistics
Roster Roster
Game Log Game Log
PREV @ MIL PREV vs BAL
NEXT vs TOR NEXT vs MIN
Historical Matchup
AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA8857.607--669522147W2
BOS8759.5961.5716604112L3
MIL8562.5784.0737595142W2
BAL8165.5557.5589594-5L2
DET7867.53810.065158962L2
CLE6481.44124.0596638-42W2
TOR5789.39031.5559693-134W1
  • This is an enhanced boxscore with as much information as possible for this game.
  • Stats View is the traditional boxscore view of game batting and pitching statistics
  • Play by Play View is a batter-leve description of events as they occured during the game
  • Pitch View is available for games of 2010 or later and is a pitch by pitch descriptive view of each at bat.
  • Career totals (at the conclusion of selected game) are available on mouseover for various stats.
  • Click on a player's AB total and all of his ABs will appear.
  • These pages are detailed and built dynamically and may take a little bit longer than other pages to load
  • Stats View | Play by Play View


    About Us  |  Site Map  |  Data Coverage  |  Support TBC | Privacy Policy  |  Contact Us

    Boxscores data is obtained free of charge from Retrosheet.org.

    Please Support The Baseball Cube.