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nubs Divide Two;
['igers, Reds Win

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CHICAGO - Rookie catcher
anny Sanguillen socked a bases-
ded double, driving in three
ns as the Pirates rallied for
ir runs in the ninth inning
d a 10-6 victory over Chicago
the ninth inning and a 10-6
tory over Chicago in the second
me of a double-header yester-

A single by Gene Alley and
walks to Roberto Clemente and
Willie Stargell loaded the bases
for the Pirates with one out in
the ninth.
Manny Mota's sacrifice fly
drove in one run and then Bill
Mazeroski was purposely passed,
loading the bases again for San-
Chisox Downed
DETROIT-Earl Wilson fired
a five-hitter and Al Kaline drove
in two runs with a sacrifice fly
and a home run as the Detroit
Tigers defeated the American
League-leading Chicago White
Sox 4-2.
Wilson, 15-9, pitched his way
out of two jams with key strike-
Kaline drove in a run in the
first with a sacrifice fly after
Dick McAuliffe led off with a
walk and Don Wert doubled. Ka-
line's 19th home run came in the
third off rookie Fred Klages, 0-2.
The Tigers added two runs off
relief pither John Buzhardt in
the sixth. Norm Cash's double, a
walk, a wild pitch and pinch hit-
ter Lenny Green's sacrifice fly
brought in one run. When rookie
shortstop Rich Morales fired Walt
Williams' relay into the stands
on Green's fly ball, another run
came in.
* * *
Mets Trip Braves
NEW YORK - The New York
Mets rushed in four runs in the
first inning then held on behind
the eight-hit pitching of Tom
Seaver for 5-1 victory over At-
Major League
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 68 43 .613
Chicago 61 53 .535 8/
San Francisco 59 52 .532 9
Cincinnati 59 53 .527 9%
Atlanta 56 51 .524 10
Philadelphia 55 51 .519 10%
Pittsburgh 53 56 .485 14
Los Angeles 49 60 .45018
Houston 47 65 419 21,
New York 42 65 391 24
Cincinnati 7, Houston 3
Chicago 6-6, Pittsburgh 0-10
New York 5, Atlanta 1
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 1
San Franciscoat Philadelphia (rain)
Pittsburgh at New York (n)
Philadelphia at Chicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at St. Louis (n)
Houston at Atlanta (n)
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 60 47 .561 -
Boston 60 50 .545 1%
-Minnesota 58 49 .542 2
Detroit 59 50 .541 2
x-California 58 53 .523 4
x-Washington 55 56 .495 7
Cleveland 52 59 .469 10
Baltimore 49 59 .454 11%
i-New York 47 60 .439 13
Kansas City 49 64 .434 14
g-Late games not included.
Boston 5, Kansas City 1
Detroit 4, Chicago 2
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3
Washington 3, Minnesota 3 (13th)
New York at California (nc)
Washington at Minnesota
Chicagorat Detroit (n)
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
Only games scheduled

Seaver, now 11-8, struck out
two, walked one and allowed only
three hits after the fourth in-
ning. Braves' starter Clay Carrol
was the victim of New York's
first-inning uprising and took the
It was the Mets' seventh vic-
tory over Atlanta in nine games
at New York this year.
* * *
Reds 7, Astros 3
CINCINNATI-Tony Perez drove
in four runs on two home runs
and two singles and Gary Nolan
hurled a six-hitter as the Cincin-
natie Reds pounded Houston 7-3
Wednesday night.
Two Astro errors led to five un-
earned runs for the Reds in the
third and Nolan breezed to his
ninth victory in 14 decisions. The
rookie right-hander did not allow
a hit until the sixt inning.
Lee May was hit by a pitched
ball and scored as Perez rapped
his 21st homer of the year off Bo
Belinsky. Perez homered again in
the sixth and singled Rose home
in the eighth.
Bosox Bounce K.C.


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KANSAS CITY - Righthander
Jim Lonberg, with relief help,
became the major league's first
'16-game winner and Jerry Adair
drove in three runs, leading Bos-
ton over Kansas City 5-1:
The victory moved Boston with-
in 1% games of American League
leading Chicago.
Lonborg, who has lost five,
flew to Kansas City earlier in the
evening from Atlanta where he is
serving a two-week stint with the
Army Reserves.
.* *' * .
Tribe Scalps Birds
BALTIMORE - Vic Davalillo
capped a four-run fifth inning
burst with a two-run homer and
Sam McDowell and Sonny Siebert
made the runs stand up, pacing
Cleveland to a 4-3 victory over
the Baltimore Orioles. McDowell's
second hit, an RBI single, sparked
the rally.
Oriole relief pitcher Eddie Watt
ruined McDowell's shutout with
a homer in the eighth. A run
scoring single by Frank Robinson
followed a 37-minute rain delay
in tht eighth and brought in Sei-
bert, who preserved McDowell's
10th victory in 19 decisions.
Baltimore got its final run in
the ninth on Paul Blair's leadoff
triple and Dave Johnson's sacri-
fice fly.
Cards 3, L.A. 2
ST. LOUIS -- Wes Parker's
throwing error enabled Mike
Shannon to score the winning run
as the St. Louis Cardinals pushed
across a run in the 11th inning
and defeated Los Angeles 3-2.
Shannon had opened the 11th
with a double and after Roger
Maris was purposely walked, Phil
Gagliano also walked, loading the
Ed Bressoud popped to Parker,
the Dodgers' first baseman and
when Parker's throw to the plate
bounced wide, Shannon raced
* l e
Late Games
In the two other AL games,
Washington and Minnesota were
tied 7-7 after 12 innings while
California led the New York Yan-
kees 6-0 after six innings.
San Francisco was rained out
at Philadelphia in the other
scheduled NL game.

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By The Associated Press
BATTING (250 at bats) -
F. Robinson, Bait., .333; Yas-
trzemski, Bost., .321; Kaline,
Det., .317; Conigliaro, Boston,
.302; Carew, Minn., .300:
RUNS-McAuliffe, Det., 71;;
Yastrzemski, Bost., 68; Kille-
brew, Minn., 68; Tovar, Minn.,
67; Campaneris, K.C., 66.
trzemski, Bost., 79; Killebrew,
Minn., 78; F. Howard, Wash.,
68; Conigliaro, Bost., 67; F.
Robinson, Bait., 63.
' HITS-Yastrzemski, Bost.,
126; Tovar, Minn., 118; B. Rob-
inson, Bait., 115; Fregosi, Calif.,
114; Campaneris, K.C., 113; Al-_
vis, Cleve., 113.
DOUBLES - Campaneris,
K.C., 24; Tovar, Minn., 24; Yas-
trzemski, Bost., 22; Wert, Det.,
20; Oliva, Minn., 20.
TRIPLES-Monday, K.C., 6;
Scott, Bost., 5; Conigliaro, Bost.,
5; Knoop, Calif., 5; Buford
Chic., 5; Blair, Bait., 5; Ver-
salles, Minn., 5; Oliva, Minn., 5..
HOME RUNS - Killebrew,
Minn., 32; F. Howard, Wash., 28;
Yastrzemski, Bost., 27; F. Rob-
inson, Bait., 22; Mantle, N.Y.,

BATTING (250 at bats) -
Clemente, Pitt., 351; Staub,
Hous., 350; Cepeda, St.L., .335;
Flood, St.L., .328; Aaron, Atl.,
RUNS-Santo, Chic., 81; R.
Allen, Phil., 81; Aaron, Atli,
80; Brock, St.L., 77; Hart, S.F.,
peda, St.L., 86; Wynn, Houst.6
85; Hart, S.F., 78; Clemente,
Pitt., 76; Santo, Chic., 74.
HITS-Brock, St.L., 143; Cle-
mente, Pitt., 139; Cepeda, St.
L., 136; Pinson, Cin., 129; Aar-
on, At., 128.
DOUBLES - Staub, Houst.,
31; R. Allen, Phil., 30; T. Da-
vis, N.Y., 28; Cepeda, St.L., 28;
Brock, St.L., 28.
TRIPLES-R. Allen, Phil., 10;
,Pinson, Cin., 9; Williams, Chic.,
9; Morgan, Houst., 8; Gonzalez,
Phil., 8; Brock, St.L., 8.
HOME RUNS-Aaron, Atl.,
27; Wynn, Houst., 27; Hart,
S.F., 25; Santo, Chic., 24; Ce-
peda, St.L., 20; Perez, Cin. 20.
L., 36; Wills, Pitt., 20; Phillips,
Chic., 19; W. Davis, L.A., 17;
R. Allen, Phil., 16.

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