THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, X966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By The Associated Press 1
LOS ANGELES-Moe Drabow-I
sky, a part time stock broker who
almost quit baseball last winter,
tied one World Series record by
striking out six men in a row and
broke another by whiffing 11 in
relief yesterday while pitching
Baltimore to a 5-2 opening game
triumph over the Los Angeles
Drabowsky's six straight equal-
led a mark set by Cincinnati's Hod
Eller against the Chicago White
Sox in 1919, the year of the in-
famous Black Sox scandal. His 11
strikeouts broke the 1921 high set
by Jess Barnes of the New York
Giants against the New York
Frank Robinson and Brooks
Robinsonmbombed Don Drysdale
with home runs in a three-run
first inning, but Dave McNally
couldn't stand the rich diet. Once
again, as has been his habit all
season, Hank Bauerhhad to dig
into his bullpen to save the day.
The 31 - year - old Drabowsky,
picked up in the draft last winter,
allowed only one hit in 62/a innings.
In the fourth and fifth, the Polish-
born right-hander struck out the
Until Moe turned in this super
effort in the warm California sun-
shine, he was more famous for
negative statistics-like giving up
Stan Musial's 3,000th hit, the hit
that helped Early Wynn win his
j%300th game or leading the league
in hit batsmen.
"Did I tie it?" Drabowsky asked
reporters in the clubhouse. "I
didn't know anything about it.
Usually, I'm in the record book on
the other side.
"If Baltimore hadn't drafted me,
I probably would have retired. But
. OBiloar d
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when I had a chance to go with a run in the fourth on Dave John-, A record Dodger Stadium crowd teams had totaled only three runs
club that could win the pennant, son's double, an infield out, a of 55,941 set an all-time Series in those five games. Baltimore tied
I changed my mind." that in one inning.
Despte im efevres hm .walk to Drabowsky and a force high for gate receipts with Kua oa
Despite Jim Lefebvre's homer in pa.$5,3,eain h l akstKoufax Today
the Dodger second, McNally he play. $557,336, erasing the old mark set Trailing by one game, just as
a 4-1 edge going to the last of the Johnson scored while Aparicio at the Los Angeles Coliseum dur- they were a year ago in Minnesota,
third because Andy Etchebarren was forcing Drabowsky at second. ing the 1959 Series between the the Dodgers will call on Sandy
walked in the second, took second 'Big D' Loses Dodgers and Chicago White Sox. Koufax, the ace 27-game winner,
on a sacrifice and scored on Sny- Drysdale, the No. 2 boy of the The cleteat was the first ever to even the Series in today's sec-
der's single to left. Dodgers' pitching royalty, was re- for the Dodgers at Chavez Ravine ond game. He will be opposed by
McNally suddenly lost all control moved for a pinch hitter after in Series play. They had won two
in the third. After getting Willie giving up four runs and four hits straight from the New York
Davis to fly out, he walked Lou in two innings. Joe Moeller, Bob Yankees in 1963 and three from
Johnson, Tommy Davis and Le- Miller and Ron Perranoski fol- the Minnesota Twins last year.
febvre, loading the bases. lowed in that order. In fact, the American League
Fireman Moe - - A-F__ _Magazm_ for Students in
20-year-old Jim Palmer, whose
15-10 record led the Orioles in
Koufax clinched the pennant
for the Dodgers in the final game
of the season last Sunday in Phil-
adelphia. Palmer pitched the
clincher for the Orioles Sept. 22,!
and they eased home a nine-game
winner in the American League.
Hank Bauer strode to the mound
and waved to the bullpen for
Drabowsky. Moe relieved some of
the pressure by striking out Wes
Parker but then got too careful
with Jim Gilliam and lost him on
a 3-2 count, walking in a run.
Drabowsky went. to 3-2 on John
Roseboro before he made him foul,
out to Etchebarren, leaving three
frustrated Dodgers on the bases.
In the fourth inning, Jim Bar-
bieri, leading off for pitcher Joe
Moeller, also worked the count to
3-2 before striking out. Maury
Wills and Willie Davis then did
The fifth inning found Drabow-
sky tying the record by whiffing
Johnson, Davis, and Lefebvre.
Parker finally broke the strike-
out string with a fly ball to Curt
Blefary to open the sixth.
In all, Drabowsky retired 11 in-
a row from the time he walked
Gilliam in the third until he walk-
ed Wills in the seventh.
The only hit off the veteran
right-hander was Willie Davis'
single, following the walk to Wills.
Coming down the stretch, he ap-
peared to get stronger. In the
ninth inning, he closed out the
favored Dodgers by striking out
Roseboro and pinch hitter Ron
Fairly and making Wills bounce
out to end the game.
The much-maligned Baltimore
pitching staff came through as
expected with a brilliant bullpen
save, and the power lived up to its
After the home run bombs by
the Robinson boys in the first,
and the second inning run, the
Orioles added their fifth and final
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