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Mike Andrews from the Chronology
Oct 10, 1974 - Former Oakland 2B Mike Andrews files a $2.5 million lawsuit against Charlie Finley over his treatment during the 1973 WS.
Oct 14, 1973 - The Mets win game 2 10-7 scoring 4 runs in an 11th inning featuring the last ML hit by Willie Mays and 2 errors by Oakland 2B Mike Andrews. Andrews is subsequently put on the "disabled list" by Finley.
Jul 24, 1972 - Ted Simmons, who has been playing all season without a signed contract, signs a new contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. The team claim the signing, reportedly for two years at $35,000 per years, when the Federal Pay Board exempted athletes from wage controls. Whether the owners fear a possible test case or not, six players will open the 1973 season without signing a contract and will play on renewed contracts: Stan Bahnsen, Rick Reichardt, and Mike Andrews of the Chicago White Sox; Dick Billings of the Texas Rangers; Fritz Peterson of the New York Yankees; and Jerry Kenney of the Cleveland Indians
Sep 1, 1970 - The Red Sox take an 8-1 lead at Fenway but Detroit rallies to win 10-9. The Sox take the lead on a Mike Andrews homer and a grand slam by Tony Conigliaro. The Tigers then use the long ball as well collecting 4 homers including a grand slam by Jim Price to win. Patterson is the winner over Siebert.
Jul 31, 1970 - At California Boston's Sonny Siebert beats the Angels 2-0 on one hit a 3rd inning ground single by Jay Johnstone. Mike Andrews and Carl Yastrzemski hit solo homers off Murphy for the scoring.
Jul 11, 1969 - The Red Sox swat the Orioles twice winning 7-4 and 12-3. Reggie Smith is 7-for-9 and stretches his hit streak to 19 games. Yastrzemski has a homer in each game as the Red Sox total 22 hits in the nitecap including 5 by Mike Andrews. Boston's outfield has 12 hits in game 2 to match the AL record.