|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» March 9, 1967: in Tampa, Reds LH pitcher Ted Davidson is shot twice by his estranged wife, Mary. One shot hits him in the right shoulder and the other on the left side of the abdomen. He will be on the critical list but return to limited action in June. |
» June 11, 1968: The Reds send P Milt Pappas, pitchers Ted Davidson, and IF Bob Johnson to the Braves for pitchers Tony Cloninger and Clay Carroll and IF Woody Woodward. Davidson, who made 54 relief appearances in 1966, has never been the same since his estranged wife shot him in the stomach prior to the 1967 season.