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Freehan's belts scalp
By LEE KIRK
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - Bill Freehan
belted two home runs, one with
the bases loaded, as the Detroit
Tigers showed their muscle in
routing the Cleveland Indians,
12-3. The Tigers pounded five
Indian hurlers for 13 hits, in-
cluding four homers, two dou-
bles and a triple.
World Series hero Mickey Lo-
lich, who is usually hot when
the weather is cold, scattered six
hits and kept the Tribe's batters
off balance throughout t h e
Cleveland drew first blood
with an unearned run in the
first inning. Lead-off batter
Jose Cardenal lashed a double
down the leftfield line, reached
third on Willie Horton's error,
and scored on Reggie Schein-
blum's sacrifice fly to right.
The Tigers roared back in
their half of the first. "Sudden"
Sam McDowell, the Indian hurl-
er, walked Tiger lead-off batter
Dick McAuliffe, who was forced
at second by Mickey Stanley.
Kaline then laced a double into
the leftfield corner and Stanley
raced home as the relay from
shortstop Brown bounced off his
back. Brown's error on the
throw allowed Kaline to take
third. Willie Horton then lined
the next pitch into left to score
Kaline and the Tigers had
jumped to a 2-1 lead.
Detroit scored another run in
the second. After McDowell re-
tired the first two batters, he
walked Loilich. McAuliffe then
belted a long triple to d e e p
right-center to make it 3-1.
Tony Horton hit a bases em-
pty homer for Cleveland to make
it 3-1, and it stayed that way
until the bottom of the fifth.
McAuliffe started t h e Tiger
fifth with a line single to right
Stanley then hit a slow-roller to
McDowell who wheeled and fir-
ed to second baseman Vern Ful-
ler who then 'fired to first. To
the amazement of t h e 14,665
fans and the dismay of the In-
dians, both runners b e a t the
McDowell bore down to strike
out Kaline, but he walked Hor-
ton to load the bases. Freehan
then hit his grand slam, a line
shot that barely cleared t h e
fence in left field, as the Tigers
built their lead to 7-2.
McAuliffe singled in another
run off reliever Horatio Pina in
the- sixth, and Freehan homer-
ed off Jack Hamilton in t h e
seventh with no one on.
The Tribe loaded the sacks in
the seventh with one out, and
Fuller drove in a run with a
sacrifice fly, but a fine play by
Don Wert at third on a slow-
roller allowed Lolich to escape
without any further damage.
Mike Paul, the fifth Indian
hurler, probably had visions of
a warm shower after he retired
the first two Tigers in the ninth.
However, Mickey Stanley threw
cold water on Paul's hopes by
unloading a tremendous h o m e
run off the facing of the upper
deck in deep right center: Ka-
line singled, and Horton cracked
a shot into the left field stands
just inside the foul-pole. Free-
han doubled, his third consecu-
tive extra base hit, but P a u 1
struck out Wert to end the in-
Lolich pitched steadily a n d
was in control throughout t h e
game. He struck out seven while
walking only two, and his slow
curve continually fooled the In-
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St. Louis drops third straight
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Pittsburgh made
it three in a row over the defend-
ing champion St. Louis Cardinals
yesterday, 3-2, when a double by
Willie Stargell and a single by Bill
Mazeroski featured a tie-breaking,
two-run rally in the eighth inning.
Stargell's double off loser Ray
Washburn snapped a 1-1 tie af-
ter Richie Hebner had opened the
inning with a single and Roberto
An intentional walk to rookie
Al Oliver filled the bases again,
and Bill Mazeroski drove in the
second run of the inning on a
single off Washburn's hip.,
The Cardinals had scored in the
third on a single by Dal Maxvill,
a forecout, Lou Brock's stolen base
and Curt Flood's single off win-
ning pitcher Dock Ellis. But the
Bucs tied the scre in the f i f t h
when Matty Alou opened with a
double, went to third on an infield
out and scored on Clemente's sac-
Mike Shannon's homer with two
out and nobody on in the ninth
closed the gap to 3-2:
Senators flex muscles
smashed his third and fourth home
runs of the young baseball season
as Washingtop outslugged New
York 9-5 despite two homers, in-
cluding a grand slam, by Yankee'
catcher Frank Fernandez.-
* Howard and Brant Alyea each
tagged two-run homers off loser
Fritz Peterson in the first inning.
The Senators' giant slugger ham-
mered another blast over the 41-1
foot mark in center with bases
empty in the fifth.j
Frank Robinson led off the 13th
inning with'a double to give Bos-
ton a 2-1 victory over Baltimore.
Robinson led off the inning
with a line drive down the right
field line which Boston claimed
was foul, but umpire Emmett Ash-
ford ruled otherwise. Powell then
crashed a Juan Pizarro pitch in-
to right field for the winning blow.
Dave Leonhard, who pitched
only one inning, got the victory.
The 1-1 tie had existed s in c e
the third inning when Don Bu-
ford doubled for Baltimore w it h
two out and scored on a single
by Paul Blair. They were two of
the five hits surrendered by Bos-
ton starter Ray Culp before he left
in the 11th inning.
, Cubs claw Phils
CH A L-,UII -T c1annO i -
CLEVELAND CENTERFIELDER Jose Cardenal eludes Tiger
catcher Bill Freehan's tag to score on Richie Scheinblum's sacri-
fice fly-in the first inning of yesterday's game at Tiger Stadium.
Cardenal had reached third on a double and Willie Horton's
error, and his run gave the Indians a short-lived 1-9 lead.
Santo smlashed his first shot ins!M t ouc xo
the fourth inning to tie the game Mets bounce Expos
at 1-1 after the Phils' Richie Al- NEW YORK - Tommie Agee
len had given Philadelphia t h e hit two home runs and rookie Gary
lead in the first on a run-scoring' Gentry won his first major league
single. start with ninth-inning help from
Hundley connected for his solo Cal Koonce Thursday in a 4-2 New
shot in the fifth, and Donnie Kes- Mets' victory over Montreal.
singer's run-scoring double g o t Gentry had a four-hitter going
another run across. to the ninth but the Expos kicked
Santo rapped his second homer up their heels and scored a run
in the seventh and Kessinger got on a combination of singles by
his second RBI in the eighth with Mack Jones a n d John Bateman
a single. and a double by Coco Laboy.
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