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1970 Washington Senators 1970 Washington Senators
1969/1971
Record 70-92 .432
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Standings 6th in the AL East (38 games back)
Pythagorean 74-88, 74-88, 74-88
Runs (S/A) 626 / 689
BallparkRFK Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 95 / Pitching: 96
Attendance824,789 (8th) (17th)
Spring TrainingPompano Beach, Florida (Pompano Beach Municipal Stadium)
ManagerTed Williams
CoachesDel Wilber, George C. Susce, Joe Camacho, John Roseboro, Nellie Fox, Sid Hudson, Wayne Terwilliger
ExecutivePresident: Robert E. Short
Minor Leagues(AAA) Denver Bears, (AA) Pittsfield Senators, (A) Anderson Senators, (A) Geneva Senators, (A) Burlington Senators
Radio (WWDC) Ron Menchine, Shelby Whitfield
TV (WTOP) Ron Menchine, Shelby Whitfield, Warner Wolf

The 1970 Washington Senators went 70-92 and finished 6th in the American League East. The Senators drew 824,789 to RFK Stadium. Frank Howard made the All-Star team.

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