Thursday, July 4, 2019

4th of July Stats

Wallach's 4th of July Results 

1982: Game 1: Expos 16, Pirates  6
In the first game of a double header in Pittsburgh, Wallach went 1/3 with two walks and a double.  He scored two runs and had two RBI's.  Steve Rogers picked up the win, going seven innings, and Warren Cromatie drove in five runs.

1982: Game 2: Pirates 10, Expos 4
The second game of the double header saw Wallach once again pick up two RBI's, going 1/4 with a run scored and a triple.  Bill Gullickson took the loss for the Expos.

1983: Game 1: Expos 6, Cubs 3
In the first game of a double header at Wrigley, Wallach went 1/4 with a triple, and also drew a walk.  Steve Rogers went 6.2 innings and picked up the win.

1983: Game 2: Expos 4, Cubs 2
Wallach drew a walk and scored a run as the Expos swept a double header.  Scott Sanderson went six innings and picked up a win.  Ray Burris was credited with a hold, and Jeff Reardon picked up a save.

1984: Expos 7, Braves 4
Wallach went 0/4 with a walk in Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium.  Andre Dawson homered for the Expos, and Charlie Lea struck out 6 while throwing a complete game.

1985: Expos 9, Astros 3  12 innings
Montreal picked up a win in the Astrodome behind a 3-run homer from Wallach in the top of the 12th inning.  Mitch Webster hit a 2-run homer and also drove in three for the Expos.  Bryn Smith held the Astros to two runs over 7 innings, but the win went to Randy St. Claire.

1986: Expos 11, Braves 5
Montreal (Canada) extended their American Independence day win streak to five games with a road win in Atlanta in 1986.  Wallach achieved a July 4th career cycle with a double and two singles, and scored three runs in the win.  Floyd Youmans threw 8 innings and picked up the win for the Expos.

1987: Expos 4, Padres 3
Playing a home game on the 4th for the first time in his career, Wallach went 1/3 with an RBI triple as the Expos won on a Hubie Brooks walk-off homer in the bottom of the 9th.  Tim Burke was credited with the win.

1988: Expos 7, Pirates 3
Wallach went 2/3 with 2 runs scored, an RBI, and a walk, as Montreal picked up a win in Pittsburgh.  Their 7th straight July 4th win.  Dennis Martinez was winning pitcher and Bob McClure picked up a save.

1989: Expos 7, Phillies 4
Wallach doubled and scored a run in a road win over Philadelphia.  Dennis Martinez picked up a win on the 4th for the 2nd consecutive year, and Andy McGaffigan had the save.

1990: Expos 5, Reds 3
Playing at home in Montreal on the 4th for only the 2nd time, Wallach doubled and scored a run as Dennis Martinez was an Independence Day winner for the 3rd straight year.  Dave Schmidt had the save as the Expos extended their July 4 win streak to 9 games.

1991: Mets 5, Expos 1
Wallach went hit-less and Tim Burke took the loss in front of the home town crowd in Montreal.

1992: Expos 3, Padres 2
Wallach went hit-less in San Diego, but Montreal still picked up the victory with John Wetteland being credited with the win in a relief appearance.

1993: Dodgers 1, Expos 0  11 innings
Cory Snyder scored on a passed ball, as Wallach's Dodgers picked up a win in his return to Montreal with his new club.  Jim Gott was given the win.

1994: Expos 5, Dodgers 1
Wallach went 1/3 with a walk and scored the Dodgers only run.  Ramon Martinez was the losing pitcher.

1995: Braves 3, Dodgers 2
Wallach homered and drew a walk, but the Dodgers came up short in Atlanta.

1996: A's 8, Angels 7  11 innings
Wallach walked and drove in a run, but the Angels lost on a Scott Brosius walk off homer in the 11th.

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