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ge 8-Wednesday, September 27, 1978-The Michigan Daily
HMERICAN LEADGUE RACES:

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Dennis Eckersley
ttered seven hits for his 19th victory
id'Jim Rice belted his 44th homer last
g6t as the Boston Red Sox kept within
ie game of first place in the American.
4dgue East with a 6-0 decision over the
etcit Tigers.
Eckersley boosted his home record
r; the season to 10-1 with his third
ttout, enabling the Red Sox to stay
g game behind the New York
a kees with just five games

eats Detroit to

remaining in the regular season.
RICE, WHO had a single in a three-
run Boston first, hit his homer after
Jerry Remy singled in the fifth.
Eckersley, who has lost eight, struck
out four and walked two as the Red Sox
posted their seventh victory in nine
games after a slump which cost them
the division lead.
RON LeFLORE had three of Detroit
hits and Tim Corcoran two. LeFlore
also stole two bases, boosting his total
for the year to 68.

Boston scored all six runs with 11 hits
off starter Dave Rozems, 9-11. Remy
had three singles and Rice, Carlton
Fisk, George Scott, and Jack Brohamer
two hits apiece.
Yankees 4, Blue Jays 1
NEW YORK - Bucky Dent and
Mickey Rivers rapped run-scoring
doubles in a three-run second inning as
the New York Yankees defeated the
Toronto Blue Jays 4-1 last night.
ED FIGUEROA, 19-9, won his seven-
th consecutive decision, with help from
Rich Gossage in the ninth, equalling the
career high in victories he set two years
ago.
The Yankees, who had dropped five
of their previous nine starts as Boston
sliced a 3 -game deficit, jumped on

eep pace
loser Tom Unoerwood, 6-14, for a 3-0
lead in the second.
With two out and Graig Nettles and
Roy White aboard on singles, Dent rip-
ped Underwood's first pitch for a
double and Rivers poked the next
delivery for a two-run double.
THE YANKEES built their lead to 4-0
in the sixth when Lou Piniella singled
and scored on a triple by Nettles.
Mayberry's homer, his 22nd, came
with one out in the seventh after
Figueroa had retired 11 consecutive
batters.
It was Gossage's 25th save, tops in the
American League.
Royals 4, Mariners 1
KANSAS CITY-Left-hander Larry
Gura pitched a three-hitter and Amos
Otis drove in a pair of runs last night as
the Kansas City Royals locked up their
third consecutive American League
West title with a 4-1 victory over the
Seattle Mariners.

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SCORES
American League
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 1
New York 4, Toronto 1
Boston 6, Detroit 0
Kansas City 4, Seattle 1
National League
Philadelphia 5, Montreal 3
Houston 2, Atlantag New York 3, St. Louis 4
Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 2 Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 4

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AP Photo.
RON LeFLORE steals his 67th base of the season with the help of Red Sox' second
baseman Rick Burleson in a game the Tigers played last night in Boston. LeFlore
managed to put yet Another base under his belt during the course of the game, but
Detroit lost, 6-1. Boston is now only one game behind the Yankees who, also won
last night, beating Toronto, 4-1.
Phillies and Pirates
win; no ground gained

By The AssociatedPress
PHILADELPHIA - Greg Luzinski
knoced in three runs, two on a home run
in the third inning, and scored another
run to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to
a 5-3 victory over the Montreal Expos
last night in the first game of a twi-
night doubleheader.
The triumph reduced the Phillies
magic number for clinching their third

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championship division to any com-
bination of three Phillies victories or
Pittsburgh Pirates losses.
The Phillies never trailed as Luzinski
collected the first of his three RBI with
a single after Larry Bowa and Garry
Maddox had singled.
Pirates 5, Cubs 2
PITTSBURGH-Willie Stargell hit a
three-run homer and Don Robinson pit-
ched a six-hitter to lead the Pittsburgh
Pirates to a 5-2 victory over the Chicago
Cubs last night.
It was the 21st consecutive home
triumph for the Pirates.
Parker led off the Pirate fifth with a
triple off reliever Ken Holtzman.
Stargell walked, then Ed Ott and Bill
Robinson delivered run-scoring singles
to secure the victory.
The Pirates play the Cubs again
tonight then finish the season with a
four-game weekend set with
Philadelphia.

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