1964 April 27

Monday – April 27th

Monday was a travel day for the Phillies.

After the short-but-sweet 3-1 home stand, the Phils were beginning a road trip leading to Cincinnati, Milwaukee, and St. Louis. Eight games with the Reds, Braves, and Cardinals.


Around the League 

Only one game in the National League.

Don Drysdale (1-1) tossed a six-hitter as the Dodgers shut out Colt .45s by a score of 6-0,

Ron Fairly (#2), Willie Davis (#2), and Frank Howard (#6) homered for the Dodgers.

With the Phillies, Giants, and Pirates all idle, no change in the standings.

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Written by Barry Bowe

Former sportswriter – first to put Timmy Duncan’s name on the sports page.

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