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TUESPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1967

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Tigers,

Twins

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Games Remaining HOUSTON - Joe Morgan
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Al Downing
pitched a four-hitter and started
a two-run rally with a ,walk as
the New York Yankees jolted De-
troit's pennant - hopeful Tigers
2-0 last night.
The loss prevented the Tigers
from gaining valuable ground on
first-place Minnesota, which lost
to California 9-2 earlier in the
afternoon. Detroit is fourth, 11/2
games behind, with 'only five
games left to play.
Downing, who won his 14th
game, a career high, was sharp
all the way. He set down the first
11 batters in order before Al Ka-
line dropped a fourth inning
single in front of Roy White in
right field for Detroit's first hit.
By then, the Yankees had the
lead. Earl Wilson,, 22-11, walked
p Downing with one out in the
third and it proved his undoing.
The Epd
After Horace Clarke bounced
out with Downing moving to
second, rookie- Jerry Kenney
singled to center, scoring the first
run. Mickey Mantle followed with
a walk and Joe Pepitone singled
to right, scoring Kenney with
the second run of the inning.
That was enough for Downing,
who struck out six and walked
two. Kaline singled again in the
ninth and the, only other Tiger
hits were Bill Freehan's one-out
single in the seventh and Jim
Price's pinch single in the eighth.
A spectacular play by White,
saved Downing from trouble in
the seventh after Freehan's hit.
Don Wert lined a drive that
seemed headed for the right cen-

DETROIT
Sept. 26 at N.Y. (N)
Sept. 27 Open
Sept. 28 Calif. (N)
Sept. 29 Calif. (N)
Sept. 30 Calif.
Oct. I Calif.

MINNESOTA
California
California
Open
Open
at Boston
at Boston

CHICAGO
at Kan. City (N)
at Kan. City (N)
Open
Washington (N)
Washington
Washington

BOSTON
Cleveland
Cleveland
Open
Open
Minnesota
Minnesota

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The Moose
California's Moose Showron rolls
by Minnesota's Rod Carew at s
downed the Twins, 9-2.
ter field alley but White dashed
far to his right and made a slid-
ing catch, robbing Detroit of a
run and Wert of a possible triple.
It ,was the second straight loss
for the Tigers, who were beaten
by a three-run ninth inning rally
in Washington Sunday. ,Detroit
plays in New York again today

{ Fregosi's safeties included a
two-run triple in the second in-
ning when California scored
three times to take a 4-0 lead.
Califorina belted Merritt, now
' *13-7, for six hits and four runs
In two innings. Consecutive
singles by Fregosi, Reichardt and
Bubba Morton got the Angels
< a run in the first.
Angel starter George Brunet
and Aurelio Rodriguez singled
. ahead of Fregosi's triple, sliced
into the right field corner in the
second.
Fregosi then scored as Reic-
$ a, hardt's wind-blown popup into
short right fell for a single and
-!Associated Press Jerry Zimmerman dropped the
ball for an error on Tony Oliva's
K icks H igh throw to the plate.
The Angels added three more
on his back as he is tagged out runs in the fourth with four
econd base yesterday. California straight singles off Boswell - by
Fregosi, Reichardt, pinch hitter
Jimmie Hall and Don Mincher
and then returns home to finish -- plus Roger Repoz' pinch sacri-
the season with a four-game fice fly off Jim Grant, who re-
series against California. lieved Boswell.
Rodriques singled home two
Angels Drop Twins more Angel runs in the seventh
of Jim Roland.
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL - The Twins chased Brunset in
The California Angels dropped the fourth inning, with successive
Minnesota into a first-place tie singles by Bob Allison, Rod Ca-
with idle Boston yesterday by rew, pinch hitter Rich Rollins
defeating the Twins 9-2 on a 15- and Ted Uhlaender producing
hit attack and strong relief two runs.
pitching by Jack Hamilton and Hamilton relived Brunet and
Curt Simmons. squelched that rally by getting
The Twins and Red Sox both pinch hitter Frank Kostro on a
have 90-68 records with four fly ball and Zoilo Versalles on a
games remaining. The third- grounder back to the mound.
place Chicago White Sox, also Simmons relieved Hamilton,
not scheduled, moved to within who was lifted for a pinch hitter
one-half game of the American he seveth, a finh up.
League co-leaders. in the seventh, and finished up.
Jim Fregosi and Rick Reic-
hardt each collected three hits Orioles Clip Nats
in the first four innings, when
the Angels cuffed Jim Merritt BALTIMORE - Curt Motton's
and Dave Boswell for seven runs. run-scoring single in the ninth
--- inning gave the Baltimore Orioles
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: a 3-2 victory over Washington
ANDY BARBAS last night.

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New York
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Cleveland

rofession1a Standings

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NFL
.entury Division
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
1 1 0 .500 61 58

1
1
0

1
1
2

0
0
0

.500 55
.500 48
.000 28

Capitol Division
Dallas 2 0 0 1.000
Philadelphia f 1 0..500
Washington 1 1 0 .500
New Orleans 0 2 0 .000
Central Division
Detroit 1 0 1 1.000
Green Bay 1 0 1 1.000
Chicago 0 2 0 .000
Minnesota 0 2 0 .000

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41
54
23
48
34
23
24
86
66
65
38

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51,
52
38
62
45
57
31
27
54
66
37
16
28
76

AFL
Eastern Division
W L T Pet. Pts. OP
New York 1 1 0 .500 55 44
Miami 1 1 0 .500 35 45
Buffalo 1 2 0 .333 23 70
Houston 1 ? 0 .333 53 41
Boston 1 3 0 .250. 65 89
Western Division
Kansas City 2 0 0 1.000 49 20
Oakland 2 0 0 1.000 86 7
San Diego 2 0 0 1.000 41 17
Denver 1 3 0 .250 71 145
LAST SUNDAY'S RESULTS
New York 38, Denver 24
Boston 23, Buffalo 0
Kansas City 24. Miami 0
San Diego 13, Houston 3
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
New York vs. Miami at Shea Stadium
Denver at Houston
Kansas City at Oakland
San Diego at Buffalo
* * *

Reliver Dave Baldwin h i t
Brooks Robinson with a pitch
to open the ninth and Robinson
raced to third on Curt Blefary's
single before Motton delivered
the winning hit.
The Senators, blanked on three
hits through seven innings by
rookie DaveLeonard, rallied for
two runs in the eighth to tie the
score.
Successive singles by Fred Val-
entine, Hank Allen and Frank
Howard produced the first run.
The other scored on Frank Cog-
gins' roller to first basempan Ble-
fary.
Paul Blair singled in the first
inning, moved to third on a wild
pickoff attempt ,by Senators
starter Dick Bosman and scored
on a single by Brooks Robinson.
Dave May's triple and a sacrifice
fly by Blair gave the Orioles
another run in the sixth.
Giants Top Mets
SAN FRANCISCO-Jim Hart's
10th inning single drove in the
winning run as the San Francisco
Giants nipped the New York
Mets 2-1 yesterday.
Hart, who had the Giants' first
hit I nthe seventh inning against
New York starter Danny Frisella,
lined his game-winning hit off
Dick Selma, who relieved Frisella
at the start of the 10th.
Tito Fuentes opened the 10th
with a single, moved up on a
sacrifice and raced home on the
hit.
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Los Angeles
San Francisco
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tal Division
2 0 0 1.000
2 0 0 1.000
2 0 0 1.000
0 2 0 .000

LAST SUNDAY'S RESULTS New Yor at WsiDY GAMES
Dallas 38, New York 24 Atlanta vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee
Baltimore 38, Philadelphia 6 Chicago at Minnesota
Detroit 31, Cleveland 14 Cleveland at New Orleans
Green Bay 13, Chicago,10 Detroit at St. Louis
San Francisco 38, Atlanta 7 Los Angeles at Dallas
St. Louis 28, Pittsburgh 14 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Washington 30, New Orleans 10 San Francisco at Baltimore

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