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THE MICHINIEr~TfA IIV

TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1965

ialoney Pitches No-Hitter
For 10 Innings, Loses 1-0

CINCINNATI WP) - Cincinnati's
Jim Maloney pitched a no-hitter
for 10 innings but gave up a lead-
off home run to Johnny Lewis
in the 11th inning and wound up
with a two-hitter as the New York
Mets edged the Reds 1-0 last'
night.
Maloney, whose feat goes into
the record books as a 10-inning
no-hitter, struck out 18. He al-
lowed only two baserunners going
into the 11th.
The 18 strikeouts tied the Na-
tional League record for strikeouts
in an extra-inning game. Warren
Spahn, now with the Mets, reach-
ed that figure against Chicago in
15 innings in 1952.
2-1 Count
+ The fastballing Maloney, who
pitched the third one-hitter of his
six-year career in his first start
this season, worked the count to
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

2-1 on Lewis, whom he already
had fanned three times.
Lewis, however, swung at the
next pitch and drove the ball
against the upper part of the cen-
ter field wall for a home run.
Maloney then struck out Ron
Swoboda for his 18th, but Roy
McMillan followed with a single
to center field. Maloney ended the
inning by getting Jesse Gonder
to hit into a double play.
Bearnarth Wins
New York's Larry Bearnarth,
who relieved starter Frank Lary
in the ninth, got Pete Rose on
a fly ball, leading off the Reds'
11th and struck out Vada Pin-
son. Frank Robinson then sin-
gled to center field for Cincin-
nati's seventh hit, but Gordie
Coleman grounded out, ending the
game and ending the Mets' 10-
game losing streak.
The game was reminiscent of
one in which the Reds defeated
Houston 1-0 in nine innings last
season. Houston's Ken Johnson
pitched a no-hitter in that one,
but lost in the ninth on an er-
ror.
The Reds had at least two good
chances of scoring a run in regu-
lation play. In the fourth inning
Pinson singled and, with two out,
reached second on an attempted
steal when shortstop Roy McMil-
lan dropped the throw from catch-
er Chris Cannizzaro.
Out at Plate
Coleman then struck out, but
a third strike got away from.Can-
nizzaro, and Pinson tried to score
all the way from second. Pin-
son, however, was cut down at the
plate on Cannizzaro's throw to
Lary.
In the eighth, Lary hit Tom
Harper with a pitch with two out,
and Harper stole second and went
to third on Cannizzaro's low
throw. Lary, however, ended the
threat by getting Pete Rose on a
grounder.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, New York 4
Baltimore at Boston (ppd, rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at Chicago(n)
Baltimore at' New York (n)
Los Angeles at Kansas City (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Boston at Detroit (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Los Angeles 38 22 .663
Milwaukee 31 22 .585
Cincinnati 31 26 .544
San Francisco 31 26 .544
Pittsburgh 29 28 .5019
Philadelphia 28 28 .500
St. Louis 28 30 .483
Chicago 25 32 .439
Houston 26 35 .426
New York 21 39 .350

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 1, Cincinnati 0 (11 inn)
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2
C hicago 2, Houston 0
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Cincinnati (n)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (n)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
Chicago at Houston (n)r

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