1961 Game 132: Boston Red Sox (64-72) @ Minnesota Twins (57-74)

Friday September 1, 1961

Twins 5, Red Sox 1

Pedro Ramos did not allow a home run in nine innings against the Red Sox. He gave up just one run on six hits while striking out eight to improve his season record to 10-16.

The offense came from the bottom third of the order. All five runs were knocked in by the 7-8-9 hitters; two each for Bill Tuttle and Zoilo Versalles, and one from Ramos himself who went 2-for-3 at the plate.

Team Name                        G    W    L    T   PCT    GB    RS   RA
New York Yankees               134   88   45    1  .662     -   687  523
Detroit Tigers                 135   86   48    1  .642   2.5   709  543
Baltimore Orioles              137   78   58    1  .574  11.5   611  512
Chicago White Sox              135   71   64    0  .526  18.0   625  598
Cleveland Indians              134   68   66    0  .507  20.5   616  618
Boston Red Sox                 138   64   73    1  .467  26.0   624  690
Minnesota Twins                132   58   74    0  .439  29.5   586  646
Los Angeles Angels             136   59   76    1  .437  30.0   606  645
Washington Senators            132   51   81    0  .386  36.5   529  641
Kansas City Athletics          135   48   86    1  .358  40.5   563  740
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