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Bob Turley from the Chronology
May 22, 1962 - Roger Maris who went all of 1961 without receiving an intentional walk gets 4 in a 12-inning 2-1 win against the Angels to set an AL record. Maris receives 5 walks in all. Four Yankee pitchers (Whitey Ford Jim Coates Bud Daley and Bob Turley) combine to give up just one hit in 12 innings. Ford leaves after 7 innings because of back spasms and Coates gives up the lone hit a one-out 9th-inning single to Bob Rodgers. It is the 2nd time this month that a Yanks combination attempt at a no hitter gets spoiled in the 9th.
Jun 1, 1961 - Veteran Vic Wertz hits his first triple in 6 years as he leads the Red Sox to a 7-5 win over Bob Turley and the Yankees. Since June 14 1955 Wertz has played in 596 games and collected 537 hits but no 3-baggers.
Jun 8, 1960 - Bob Turley tosses a 3-hit shutout against the White Sox and Mantle adds his 9th and 10th homers of the season. His 2nd homer in the 8th is followed by Maris's 16th of the year matching his season total last year with KC. It is the first time the M Boys have hit back-to-back homers.
Sep 7, 1959 - At Fenway the trio of Don Buddin P Jerry Casale and Pumpsie Green tie a ML record by belting consecutive HRs in the 2nd off Bob Turley to pace the Sox to a 12-4 drubbing of New York. Andy Carey pinch hits a HR in the 3rd and Mantle adds one the same inning but little else happens for New York which loses its first season-series with the Sox in 11 years.
Jul 11, 1959 - Boston SS Don Buddin cracks a 10th inning grand slam off reliever Bob Turley to give the Red Sox an 8-4 win over New York. Turley replaced Bronstad who took over when Ryne Duran and Yogi Berra are tossed by ump Summers.
Jul 4, 1959 - Yankee Bob Turley turns in another one-hit masterpiece at Washington. A lazy ?y in the 9th by PH Julio Becquer drops in front of LF Norm Siebern for the only Senator safety. SS Tony Kubek goes 8-for-10 in the doubleheader as the Yanks sweep 10-6 and 7-0.
May 31, 1959 - At Washington the Yankees beat the Senators 3-0 on Bob Turley's two-hitter. Moose Skowron accounts for the scoring with a three-run homer. Mantle almost homers but his 438-foot drive is caught by CF Bob Allison.
Apr 23, 1959 - The Senators tally only 3 hits off Bob Turley but beat the Yankee righty 3-2 snapping his 12-game winning streak over Washington. Russ Kemmerer is the winner despite allowing a HR to Mantle.
Apr 12, 1959 - After two rainouts the Yankees and Red Sox open at Yankee Stadium before 22559 as the 42 degree temperature threatens a third postponement. Bob Turley allows just two Sox hits and Norm Siebern's 8th inning homer provides a 3-2 New York victory. Siebern's hit is his 3rd of the game off Tom Brewer.
Jun 24, 1958 - The Yankees erupt for 5 runs in the 4th inning off Early Wynn to beat the Sox 6-2 at Comiskey. Mantle's clout into the CF bleachers leads off the inning followed by a single walk and Jerry Lumpe's first ML HR and a HR by Siebern. Duren K's 6 of the last 9 batters to preserve Bob Turley's win.
Oct 5, 1957 - The Yankees score 5 in the 7th to cap a 12-3 win as Don Larsen in relief of Bob Turley defeats Bob Buhl. Tony Kubek of the Yankees becomes only the 2nd rookie in WS history to hit 2 HRs in a WS game.
Aug 20, 1957 - Yankee Bob Turley pitches a 2-hitter against Kansas City but loses 1-0 to former Yank Ralph Terry. Both A's hits come in the 6th when Tim Thompson drives in Held with a single. Thompson won yesterday's 1-0 game with a single.
Jul 31, 1957 - In the first of two game at Kansas City Bob Turley doesn't allow a runner past 2B in pitching New York to a 2-0 win. Mantle hits a 3rd inning solo shot off Wally Burnette for an insurance run.
May 16, 1957 - The Yankees top Kansas City 3-0 behind Bob Turley's four-hit shutout. Mantle has a single two walks and a homer to back Bob Turley's 4-hit 3-0 shutout over the A's. Turley helps his cause by starting a triple play. The Yanks now trail the White Sox by a half game.
Sep 30, 1955 - The Dodgers Johnny Podres defeats Bob Turley who fails to last 2 innings against the Bums. C Roy Campanella leads the attack with 3 hits and 3 RBI as Brooklyn wins 8-3 behind the strong effort of lefty Johnny Podres.
Aug 11, 1955 - Ted Williams gets his 2000th hit a first inning bloop single in a 5-3 Red Sox loss to the Yanks. Teddy Ballgame's hit comes off Bob Turley. Frank Baumann in his first ML start takes the loss.
Jul 17, 1955 - Detroit Tigers first baseman Earl Torgeson steals home with 2 outs in the 9th inning to give the Tigers a 6-5 win over the New York Yankees. The steal comes with Bob Turley on the mound and the victory gives Detroit a three-game sweep over New York.
May 6, 1955 - At Fenway Mantle lines a first inning solo shot into the Yankee bullpen and Bob Turley shuts out Boston the rest of the way for a 6-0 New York win. Frank Sullivan is the losing pitcher.
Nov 18, 1954 - In an enormous two-part trade begun on November 14‚ the Yankees and Orioles exchange 17 players. Included are 1B Dick Kryhoski‚ Ps Bob Turley and Don Larsen‚ and SS Billy Hunter from Baltimore. To the Orioles go OF Gene Woodling‚ SS Willie Miranda‚ Ps Harry Byrd and Jim McDonald‚ and Cs Gus Triandos and Hal Smith. The trade will help both teams.
May 5, 1954 - Walks do in the Browns Bob Turley who gives up 2 hits in losing to the Yankees 4-2. It's Turley's 2nd 2-hit loss of the season; The Indians beat him on April 21.
Apr 21, 1954 - In the first night game at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium Bob Turley has a no-hitter against Cleveland when with one out in the 9th Al Rosen singles and Larry Doby homers. Turley strikes out 14 but loses 2-1.
Apr 15, 1954 - The Orioles Clint Courtney hits the first HR in Memorial Stadium. Following a 90-minute parade they draw an Opening Day record crowd of 46354 in a 3-1 afternoon win against the White Sox. Bob Turley strikes out nine in besting Virgil Trucks. Vern Stephens and Clint Courtney homer for the O's.
Aug 17, 1953 - After breaking Billy Pierce's streak of 40 straight scoreless innings with 2 tainted tallys in the 6th the Browns then snap the Sox southpaw's streak of 50 innings without an earned run. They score 2 in the 10th to win 4-3. Vic Wertz's surprise bunt scores the winning run. Bob Turley on leave from the army is the winner.