TCBA Yearbook

1960

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Hackbart Division

 

Shiloh Division

Long Island

103

51

...

Cleveland

84

68

...

Hyde Park

95

58

7.5

Wilderness

76

78

9

South Starrucca

86

68

17

Mimosa

69

85

16

Bergen

74

80

29

Portsmouth

67

86

18

 

Gorney Division

 

Brown Division

Bradenton

100

54

...

Fortney

95

59

...

Mexicali

88

64

11

Kilkenny

79

74

16

Siouxland

49

105

51

Norfolk

71

83

24

Waukesha

47

104

52

Sacramento

44

110

51

 

Comments

Bob Wood - I never thought we would beat Long Island in the opening round - they had the best record in the league.

Down, 3 games to 1, and trailing 3-1 after 7 innings in Fortney in Game 5, I never thought we could beat the Gators.  But, one lousy error in a 7-game series by the Gators proved costly.  An unlikely hero in Dick Williams with a 2-run triple, and the Bucks had stolen Game 5. Then, the absence of 19-game winner Camilo Pascual proved too much for the Gators to overcome. Forced to start "D" pitchers in the final 2 games, even Nellie Fox's hitting couldn't jumpstart the Gator attack.  Luis Aparicio left eight runners on base in the finale. And the final game winning hit of the season belonged to Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks, who hit the 3-run homer off a gutsy Jim Bronstad.

 

Congratulations, Don, on a wonderful season.  We're quite proud to be able (finally) to add "BRADENTON" to the long list of TCBA champions, joining so many predecessors!

 

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