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Tommy Harper from the Chronology
Sep 7, 1972 - Tommy Harper and Rico Petrocelli club 3-run homers to poser the Red Sox to a 10-4 win over the Yankees and move into first place in the AL East ahead of the Tigers. Siebert adds a homer as he wins his 12th game.
Jul 8, 1972 - Sandy Alomar ends a 4 hour 8 minute game with a single in the 16th to give the Angels a 4-3 win over the Red Sox. Tommy Harper accounts for all the Sox scoring with a 3-run double in the 2nd.
Oct 11, 1971 - The Red Sox and the Brewers engineer a 10-player trade that sees P Jim Lonborg P Ken Brett OF Joe Lahoud OF Billy Conigliaro and 1B George Scott go to Milwaukee and P Marty Pattin P Lew Krausse and OF Tommy Harper head to Boston.
Sep 22, 1970 - Tommy Harper hits his 30th HR to lead the Brewers to a 4-2 win over the Angels. Harper has 33 stolen bases and becomes the 5th major leaguer to go 30-30 in the same season. It is Milwaukee's 60th win of the year.
Jul 17, 1970 - With the score tied at 5-5 and bases loaded in the 10th inning and no outs Brewers manager Dave Bristol inaugurates the "Bristol Shift" bringing OF Tommy Harper in between SS and 3B. Unperturbed George Scott hits a sac fly to win the game.
Jul 1, 1970 - The Angels Greg Garrett picks up a win without throwing a pitch. Garrett relieves with 2 out in the 6th with the Angels trailing the Brewers 2-1. He promptly picks off Tommy Harper to end the inning then watches as the Angels score 3 runs in the top of the 7th to take a 4-2 lead. Jack Fisher pitches the last 3 innings to preserve Garrett's victory. Garrett's win is similar to teammate Steve Kealey's win on June 26.
Jul 27, 1969 - Seattle suffers another heartbreaker losing 5-3 to Boston in 20 innings at Sicks Stadium. Joe Lahoud hits a 2-run HR in the top of the 20th for Boston and Tommy Harper matches in the bottom of the inning for the losers. Jim Lonborg is the winner.
Oct 15, 1968 - Roger Nelson is the initial choice of the Royals in the AL expansion draft. Don Mincher is the Pilots' first choice. Other Seattle selections include Tommy Harper Tommy Davis Gary Bell and Lou Piniella. Kansas City chooses Wally Bunker Moe Drabowsky Hoyt Wilhelm and Joe Foy.
Aug 24, 1965 - In Milwaukee Tommy Harper cracks a two-run homer with 2 outs in the 9th inning as the Reds beat the Braves 3-2. Billy O'Dell is the pitcher serving up Harper's homer.