Friday, October 4, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAIL r
Friday, October 4, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
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By DOUG HELLER?
Associate Sports EditorE
Special to The Daily
ST. LOUIS - "Mickey L o 1i c h
weather" hit Busch Stadium yes-'
terday as the St. Louis Cardinals
were stopped "cold" in an 8-1
A notorious cold weather pitch-
er, Lolch used the chilly breeze
for a secret weapon while he
limited St. Louis to six mostly-
harmless hits in a route-going
performance that found him as
strong at the end of the contest
as he was at the start.
The weather also favored Lo-
lich in another way: the wind was
blowing straight out in d e e p
center field. This ordinarily is
the type of wind a hurler hates
the most. But yesterday is en-
abled Lolich' to clout his first
home run in professional base-
With a tight 1-0 lead in the
top of the third inning, Lolich
whacked a Nelson Briles' fastball
into the leftfield seats.
Afterwards he said, "I knew I
hit it Nyell, but I really didn't
know how high I hit it, or how
far, or where the ball went." Lo-
lich's base-running reflected this
as he stopped midway between
first and second base and then be-
gan an extremely slow home run
trot as if he didn't beliave it.
The wind helped the rest of the
Tigers also, although maybe only
psychologically. Willie Horton hit
a 400-foot line drive in the second
deep into the left-centerfield
bleachers to score Detroit's first
run of the World Series.
Norm Cash plastered another
solo homer into the upper deck in
right field with one out in the
This third home run with no
one on base made the St. Louis
fans wonder if Detroit knew any
ether way to score. They soon
After Cash's drive, Horton and
Jim Northrup singled. With one
out, Don Wert walked, and with
two away, Dick McAuliffe lined
a low shot to Curt Flood in center.
Flood couldn't handle the ball,
which reached him at ankle level,
and it got by him. Two runs scor-
ed on the ball, which was ruled a
single for reasons known only to
the official scorer.
The Tigers got their sixth run
in the seventh on singles by Al
Kaline and Cash, a walk, and a
double play by Northrup.
In the ninth, the Cardinals
went into a total state of collapse.
Kaline led off with a single. Cash,
attempting to bunt, popped thet
ball up, but it went over the head
of Mike Shannon, who was charg-
ing in from third base.
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Shannon turned around, picked
it up and threw to second trying
to get Kaline, who had held up
anticipating that the pop-up
would be caught. Kaline was safe,
though, when Shannon's throw
pulled Julian Javier off the bag.
Joel Hoernar, whose regular sea-
son's earned run average was 1.47
gave Bill Freehan an intentional
pass after striking out Northrup.
He then walked Wert and Lolich,.
forcing in two runs.
Ron Davis then ended the inn-
ing on a fitting note as he fell
down while catching McAuliffe's
oul fly in right field.
Meanwhile, the Cards could do
almost nothing against Lolich. In
fact, only the first four men in
The only run against Lolich
came in the sixth. After Brock led
off with a walk, he stole second
as Lolich's pitch was wild. With
one out, Flood singled Brock
home. Orlando Cepeda also fol-
lowed with a single, but Shan-
non hit a sharp one-hopper to
Mickey Stanley who turned it into
a double play.
Cepeda, incidently, traditionally
a phenomenal World Series flop,
got two hits in the game a f t e r
;oing hitless the day before.
Altogether; the Tigers collected
13 hits off the combined efforts
of loser Briles, 19-11, on the re-
gular season, Steve Carlton, Ron
Willis, and Hoernar.
For Detroit, Cash had three
hits, while McAuliffe, Kaline,
Horton, and Lolich, once a hitless
wonder, had two hits each.
TON, Tiger home run
during the regular seaso
36, slugged his first World
STORMIN' NORMAN CASH rambles home from a circuit trip
and reaches for the congratulating hand of Willie Horton, as a
discouraged Nelson Briles looks on. The Bengals hit a total of
three home runs and verified the pregame prediction of Vic
Wertz, "I think you'll see soie power today." _ t'
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