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Wednesday, April 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, April 8, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

ats bounce
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Del Unser +
batted in four runs with a bad- d a l
hop single and a triple and Mike
Epstein and Lee Maye hit home
runs as the Washington Senators i
routed the Detroit Tigers, 14-4 '
last night.
John Roseboro delivered three NIGHT EDITOR:
runs in his debut in a Washington NI T EGOW:
uniform, two on bases-loaded ELLIOT LEGOW
walks and another with a single.
Casey Cox lasted a shaky five
innings, giving up nine hits, in- basethrowingerror by Cox -
cluding Norm Cash's home run, Ebse ingdeobcoxa
and was the winner with relief hEpstein an Ke McMullen also
and as he innr wth elif 'had three hits apiece in the Sen-
help from Joe Grzenda. ators' 17-hit assault.
The Senators scored four runs , ,iu
in the second off loser Earl Wil-:
son, 'two on Unser's single off Iniidis ambushed
Cash's glove. Unser's triple in the
four-run fifth followed a single CLEVELAND - Paul Blair and
by Maye and a walk. A double by Dave Johnson each doubled home
Ed Brinkman, who had three hits two runs in the eighth i n n i n g ,
for the second day in a row, scor- leading the Baltimore Orioles to an
ed Unser. 8-2 opening day victory yesterday
The Tigers had jumped to a .over the Cleveland Indians.
quick two-run lead on Dick Mc- Blair's hit broke open a
Auliffe's single, an infield hit by close game in which the Orioles

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took advantage of wildness by
Cleveland starter Sam McDowell
and reliever Mike Paul in the sev-
enth to score two runs on five
walks and take a 3-2 lead.
Southpaw Dave McNally, who
won 20 and lost seven last year,
got the victory by scattering four
hits, striking out 13 and walking
three.
Loser McDowell was coasting be-
hind a 2-1 lead provided by a.
home run and run-scoring single
by rookie Roy Foster before he
walked Boog Powell and Blair to
open the seventh.
Powell moved to third on a sac-
rifice fly by Brooks Robinson and
McDowell, who had scattered three
hits, struck out 11 and walked two
in six previous innings, was lifted
when he threw three straight balls
to Johnson,
Reliever Phil Hennigan pitched
the fourth ball to Johnson and
then was relieved by southpaw
Mike Paul, who walked pinch
hitter Elrod Hendricks and Curt
Motton to force home two runs
before Dennis Higgins retired the
side.
Red Sox rollI
NEW YORK-Reliever Bill-Lee
bailed out winner Gary Peters and
the Boston Red Sox edged the New
York Yankees 4-3 in manager
Eddie Kasko's successful debut.
Peters, acquired from the Chi-
cago White Sox during the winter,
had a four-hit shutout until t h e
Yanks broke through for t h r e e
runs in the sixth on a hit batsman,
a walk, Bobby Murcer's single, a
throwing error by Carl Yastrezem-
ski and Curt Blefary's two-run
double.
Lee overcame a wild streak to
get out of the inning and con-
trolled the Yanks the rest of the
way.
Peters knocked in the first Bos-
ton run with a ground rule double
that bounced into the Yank bull-
pen in the second.
Rico Petrocelli's first of t w o
doubles drove in the second run
in the third after Yastrezemski
and George Scott singled. Petro-
celli's fifth-inning double followed
a long triple by Scott to r i g h t
center. Jerry Moses' single then
scored Petrocelli.
* * *
Royals racked}
KANSAS CITY - Sal B a n d o
and Rick Monday led an early
Oakland clubbing of Kansas, City
pitcher Wally Bunker. Then the
A's relied on Rollie Fingers' spark-
ling relief pitching to claim a
6-4 victory over the Royals in an

American League
yesterday. .

Bando smashed a two-run hom-
er, highlighting a three-run Oak-
land third inning which staked the
A's to a lead they never sui'render-
ed.
Monday doubled home the A's
first run in the opening inning,
then tripled and scored on Felipe
Alou's single ahead of Bando's
homer.
* * *
Twins thunder
CHICAGO - Brant Alyea,
Minnesota's new left fielder, slam-
med a pair of three-run homers
The Wolverines b a s e b a l l
game at the University of De-
troit will be played as scheduled
Thursday. The game originally
scheduled for Tuesday with
C e n t r a l Michigan University
will be played Friday afternoon
at Ferry Field.
and drove across seven runs on
four straight hits as the Twins
routed the Chicago White Sox
12-0 in a season opener yesterday.
A sun-drenched crowd of 11,-
473 watched the White Sox inaug-
ural wrapped up by the American
League West defending champs
with a six-run seventh inning.
Alyea, obtained three weeks ago
from the Washington Senators,
started his spree with a one-run
single in a three-run Twin first
which was all Jim Perry needed
in blanking the White Sox with a
well-paced six-hitter.
Brewers busted
MILWAUKEE - Andy Messer-
smith fired a four-hitter and Cali-
fornia ruined Milwaukee's return
'to the major leagues before a
crowd of 37,237 yesterday, blasting
the Brewers 12-0.
The Angels' long ball attack
started in the second inning when
triple and scored on Jim Spender's
sacrifice fly. The Angels scored
three more the next inning, all
with two out.
Sandy Alomar beat out an in-
field hit starting the. rally a n d
Jim Fregosi walked. Then Bill
Voss tripled for two runs a n d
scored on a wild pitch.
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first to catch Norm Cash in the first inning of last night's
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By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH -- Pinch-hitter
Donn Clendenon drilled a bases-
loaded single in the 11th inning,
driving in the tie-breaking runs
and world' chamipon New York
Mets won their first season-opener
ever yesterday by downing Pitts-
burgh 5-3. ;
The Mets who had lost eight
straight o pe n e r s, and Pirates
struggled into the 11th knotted
at 3-3 when rookie Mike Jorgen-
son, a defensive replacement,
opened with a single.
Ron Swoboda attempted to bunt
and when catcher Jerry May
threw high trying for the force
play at second, both men were
safe. 'A sacrifice advanced the
runners and then Jerry Grote was
intentionally walked, loading the
bases.
Ken Boswell, a left-handed hit-
ter was sent up to bat for relief
pitcher Ron Taylor and the Pi-,
rates countered with southpaw Joe

Gibbon. Then Clendenon, an ex
Pirate, batted for Boswell and
rapped Gibbon's first pitch past
second for two runs.
The Pirates had tied the game
at 3-3 in the sixth on Matty Alou's
triple to deep center and Roberto
Clemente's single to left.
The Mets scored two quick runs
off Steve Blass in the first inning
on Tommie Agee's single, a double
by Cleon Jones off the right field
wall for one run and a single by
Art Shamsky for the other.
But the Pirates chipped away
at Tom Seaver scoring one in the
first and tying it in the second.
The crowd of 34,249 was the
largest opening day crowd at
Forbes Field since 1948 and the
largest crowd for any game there
since 1966.
It was also the last opener at
Forbes Field. The Pirates move to
the new Three Rivers Stadium
May 29.

Giants belted
SAN FRANCISCO - Norm Mil-
ler, Houston's No. 1 right fielder
last year : but replaced by Joe
Pepitone this season, delivered a
three-run pinch-hit homr in the
seventh inning yesterday to lead
the Astros to a 8-5 opening-day
victory over the San Francisco
Giants.
Miller, who had only four
homers last season and just one in
56 times at bat during the exhi-
bition season, drove a two-strike
shot over the left-field fence off
Gaylord Perry, after Tommy Davis
began the inning with a single and
Doug Rader walked.
Joe Morgan followed with a sin-
gle, stole second and scored on
Jim Wynn's single up the middle
to cap the four-run inning and
give the Astros a 6-3 lead.
* * *i
Cubs lashedl
PHILADELPHIA - Behind t h e
five-hit pitching of southpaw
Chris Short the Philadelphia Phil-
lies swept to a 2-0 shutout victory
over the Chicago Cubs in a base-
ball opener yesterday.
Rookie second baseman Denny
Doyle led the Phillies hitting at-
tack with three hits, including a
run producing triple. The o t h e r
Philadelphia run was brought
home by 'Don Money's double.
Lastbyear's second place finish-
ers in the National League East,
the Cubs failed to get an extra
base off of Short and never put
together a real threat.
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California 12, Milwaukee 0 Philadelphia 2, Chicago 0
Minnesota 12, Chicago 0 Houston 8, San Francisco 5
Baltimore 8, Cleveland 2 New York 5, Pittsburgh 3, 11 innings
Washington 14, Detroit 4 Cincinnati at Los Angeles, inc.
Boston 4, New York 3 Atlanta at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games Today's Games
Detroit at Washington, night St. Louis at Montreal
California at Milwaukee, night Cincinnati at Los Angeles, night
(akland at Kansas City, night Atlanta at San Diego, night
Baltimore at Cleveland Houston at San Francisco, night
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