21-7--managed to beat the Reds even though they hit him hard. If you look at the scorecard you'll see why the Reds were so dangerous and entertaining. They did it all. And this team was 3 years before the Big Red Machine. I also put in a bit of an obituary for Danny McFayden, a pitcher who passed away on August 26, 1972. Pitched for 17 years on some of the worst teams imaginable. Interesting story.
Oh, and the top pop song of the week, for the 3rd Carlton start in a row, was _Alone Again, Naturally_, by Gilbert O'Sullivan