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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Twins
By FRED LaBOUR
The super surprising Boston Red
Sox had their lead cut to one-
half game in the torrid American
League pennant race last night as
Chicago rallied to beat them 4-2.
The Red Sox loss, coupled with
a Minnesota victory earlier in the
day, created a red hot jam at the
top of the standings with four
teams within 12/2 games of first
place.
The Detroit Tigers had the day
off as they prepared for their all-
important weekend series with the
Twins.
The White Sox' Pete Ward pro-
vided the winning margin in the
eighth inning with a two-run blast
to deep right field. Earlier in the
inning, Chicago's Tommie Agee
socked his 13th homer of the year
to tie the score at 2-2. The next
two men went out before Boston
third baseman Jerry Adair boot-
ed Rocky Colavito's grounder, set-

Half-Game Off Red

Sox Pace

ting the stage for Ward's win-
ning shot.
Chicago rookie Cisco Carlos held
Boston hitless through six innings
until the Red Sox broke into the
scoring column with two runs in
the seventh to take a short-lived
lead.
Carl Yastrzemski walked and
George Scott lined a double to
left for the first Boston hit. After
both runners advanced on sac-
rifices, Carlos was lifted by Chi-
cago manager Eddie Stankey in
favor of veteran reliever Hoyt Wil-
helm.
Yastrzemski scored on a ground
out and a double by Rico Petro-'
celli sent Scott across the plate
with the go-ahead tally.
Chicago's Don Buford scored
the first run of the game in the
first inning on a triple and ground
out.
Rich Reese's two-run pinchhit

home run in the ninth inning
erased Curt Blefary's two-run shot
in the top of the inning to cata-
pult Minnesota past Baltimore in
an incredible seesaw battle in
which each team accumulated 16
hits.
The Twins trailed 9-8 going in-
to the last of the ninth when Ce-
sar Tovar beat out an infield sin-
gle; and Reese, batting for Jerry
Zimmerman, drove the ball 410
feet into the right-center bullpen.
Minnesota had taken an 8-6
lead with two runs in the eighth
on a double by Rod Carew, a sin-
gle by Harmon Killebrew, and an-
other two-bagger courtesy of Tony
Oliva.
The Orioles bounced back in the
ninth on a pair of doubles by
Boog Powell and Dave Johnson
followed by Blefary's two-out blast.
The Twins' first six runs came
on three two-run singles by Russ
Nixon in the second, Carew in the

fourth, and Killebrew in the sixth.
Baltimore scored four runs in
the fifth, two on Brooks Robin-
son's 18th homer and another on
Johnson's bases-empty shot.
They tied it up at 6-6 in the
seventh when Frank Robinson
scored from third as Minnesota
attempted an unsuccessful double-
play.
In the only other action in the
American League, Frank Bertaina
pitched Washington to a three-
hit 6-0 victory over the New York
Yankees.
Bertaina allowed only three
Yankees to reach second base and
ended two of these threats with
double plays.
The Senators scored twice in
the third inning on walks to Mike
Epstein and Ed Brinkman, Tim
Cullen's double and a wild pitch
by Steve (No-hit) Barber.
Epstein drove in a run with a
sacrifice fly in the fourth and
the Senators erupted for three
Tigers Add
Bench Depth
DETROIT () - The Detroit
Tigers announced yesterday the
purchase of outfielder Don De-
meter from the Cleveland Indians
and the addition of four other
players to the roster.
The Tigers restored pitcher
Johnny Podres and outfielder
Gates Brown to the roster. They
have been on the disabled list.
Infielder Tommy Matchick, a
spring training phenomenon with
the big club, was recalled from
Toledo of the International
League. Catcher Bill Heath, who
previously was with the Tigers this
sumer,. also was recalled from To-
ledo.
Ready for Twins
All five are to be in uniform
for tonight's game with the Twins
at Minnesota, when the player
limit goes from 25 to 40 men.
Tiger General Manager Jim
Campbell said third baseman Don
Wert, out since Aug. 18 with a
groin injury, will rejoin the Tigers
in Minnesota.
Campbell did not announce the
price for Demeter but said other
players were involved.
Homeward Bound
Demeter, 32, started the season
with the Boston Red Sox and went
to the Indians in July. He was
hitting .227 when acquired by De-
troit.
Padres, a left-hander, has been
suffering from tendonitis in his el-
bow.
Brown dislocated his left wrist
when he hit the wall at Tiger
Stadium July 29.
Matchick, 23, a brash redhead,
banged a rousing .484 in spring
training and has been hitting .293
with Toledo.
EXHIBITION FOOTBALL
Baltimore 23, Washington 17

more runs in the eighth, two on
a single by Brinkman.
Meanwhile in the National
League, Al Spangler's pinch single
in the 11th inning gave the Chi-
cago Cubs a 2-1 victory over the
New York Mets.
Ernie Banks led off the inning
with a single and moved to second
when Met reliever Ron Taylor hit
Randy Hundley with a pitch.
Ferguson Jenkins came in to
run for Banks, and Ted Savage
went to a count of one ball and
two strikes before Spangler came
in to hit for him.
His single to left won the game.
In Cincinnati, rookie 1 John
Bench drove in two runs with a
double--his second major league
hit-to break a tie in the seventh
inning and power the Reds to a
3-1 victory over the San Francisco
Giants.
Bench slammed the double to

right after Lee May doubled and
Tommy Helms was walked inten-
tionally.
Jim Maloney's four-hit pitching
helped the Reds to the victory that
enabled them to hang on to second
place in the National League.
May had homered off Mike Mc-
Cormick put the Reds ahead in
the second inning, but the Giants
tied the game, 1-1, in the fourth.
Tom Haller led off in that in-
ning with a single and Willie Mc-
Covey folowed with a hit one out
later. Jim Hart then grounded
into a double play, but Haller
managed to score before the sec-
ond put-out.
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TONY OLIVIA TES SITUATION
PICK-OFF ATTEMPT fails as Minnesota's Tony Oliva slides under the tag by Baltimore's third
baseman Brooks Robinson. Robinson took the throw from Oriole catcher Larry Haney after Oliva
took a long lead off base during the second inning of yesterday's 10-9 Minnesota victory in the
Twin Cities. Umpire is Marty Springstead.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Boston
Minnesota
Detroit
Chicago
California
Washington
Cleveland
Baltimore
New York
Kansas City

76
74
74
73
66
64
63
59
59
55

59
58
59
59
65
70
71
71
,75
76

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.556 1
.553 1%
.504 8
.478 11%/
.470 12
.454 14/
.440 162
.420 19

St. Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadelphia
San Francisco
Atlanta
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
Houston
New York

83
7 73
72
68
70
67
64
60
55
51

51
61
62
62
64
64
69
71
79

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.523 13
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.481 18Y2
.458 211
.407 28
.392 30

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Washington 6, New York 0
Minnesota 10, Baltimore 9
Chicago 4, Boston 2
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
Cleveland at California (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Washington at New York (n)
Chicago at Boston (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 5, Houston 1
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 1
Chicago 2, New York 1
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4
Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 4
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at'Chicago (2)
Los Angeles at Atlanta (n)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (ni)
Houston at St. Louis (n)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (n)

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