100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 03, 1978 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1978-10-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 8-tuesday, October 3, 1978-The Mkchigan Daily
N.Y. WINS A.L. EAST CLASSIC, 5-4:

Dent, Jackso

By The Associated Press
BOSTON-Bucky Dent rallied the
New York Yankees with a three-run
homer in the seventh inning and Reggie
Jackson applied the finishing touch
with a home run in the eighth as the 1977.
World Series champions hung on for a 5-
4 victory over the Boston Red Sox and
won the American League East title in
4 playoff yesterday.

The Yankees, East champions for the
third straight year, will begin the best-
of-five AL championship playoff series
at Kansas City against the Royals
tonight.
Dent, despite pain from a foul ball off
his shin, ripped an off-speed pitch from
former teammate Mike Torrez into the
screen in left field, putting the Yankees
ahead for good 3-2.

n push
Southpaw Ron Guidry earned his 25th
victory against only three losses, with tw
late-inning relief from Rich Gossage. S
Gossage, after yielding two runs in ye
the eighth, ended the uprising by get- he
ting Butch Hobson on a fly ball for the le
second out of the inning and striking out ze
dangerous George Scott. N
The Red Sox, who forced only the
second playoff in AL history by winning o
their last eight games of the regular sa
season, took a 2-0 lead, but Torrez, the
Yankees' World Series pitching hero a hi
year ago while playing out his option, w
was unable to hold the advantage.

Yanki
Guidry, who hurled two consecutive
wo-hit shutouts against the Red Sox in
eptember, was nicked for a run as 39-
ear-old Carl Yastrzemski drilled a
fmer into the right field stands
ading off the second. It was Yastr-
emski's 17th homer of the season and
o. 383 of his illustrious career.
The Red Sox added a run in the sixth
n a double by Rick Burleson, a
acrifice and a single by Jim Rice.
The Yankees, checked on just two
its by Torrez for six innings, rallied
ith one out in the seventh.
Singles by Chris Chambliss and Roy

past
White started the rally. Pinch hitter
Jim Spencer flied to left for the second
out, but Dent followed with a curving
shot into the friendly screen for a
homer, his fifth of the year.
.The Yankees got another run in the
inning,as Mickey Rivers walked, stole
second and scored on Thurman Mun-
son's double'to left center. Munson, who
had struck out his first three times at
bat against Torrez, connected against
Reliever Bob Stanley.
The Yankees got the decisive run in
the eighth when Jackson led off against
Stanley with a towering drive into the
center field bleachers for his 27th
homer of the season.
In the bottom of the eighth, Jerry
Remy doubled and Yastrzemski singled
him home for Boston's third run.

Bosox
Carlton Fisk then singled and Fred
Lynn delivered an RBI single before
Gossage retired Hobson and Scott.
Andy Hassler replaced Stanley afte
Jackson's homer and had to give wayt
Dick Drago in the ninth. The Red So
were unable to catch up agains
Gossage, who recorded his 27th sav
despite a two-run Boston eighth.
The Red Sox, who led New York by 14
games on July 19, before the Yankees
began their comeback, made a game
but vain bid to pull out a victory in the
eighth.
Remy led off the inning with a groundi
double down the right field line and, af
ski's line single to center. Yastrzemski
came around on singles by Fisk and
Lynn before Hobson flied to right and
Scott struck out toend the uprising.

LOOK FOR I.M. PAGE
EVERY THURSDAY
FOR INTRAMURAL
SPORTS INFORMATION

NEW YORK
ab
Rivers cf ......... 2
Blair cf ........... 1 0
Munson c ......... 5 0
Piniella rf ........ 4 0
R.Jackson dh ..... 4 1
Nettles 3b ........ 4 0
Chambliss lb .... 4 1
R.Whitelif ........ 3 1
Doyle2b.......... 2 0
Spencer ph........ 1 0
F.Stanley 2b ...... 1 0
Dent ss ........... 4 1
TOTAL ........... 25 5

h
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
8

bi
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
5

Burleson ss ....... 4
Remy 2b.......... 4
Rice rf ........... 5
Yastrzemski If .... 5
Fisk c ............ 3
Lynn cf ........... 4

i

BOSTON
ab

r h
1 1
1 2
0 1
1 2
1 1
0 1
0 1
0 2
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
4 11

bi
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
4

Hobson dh:......
G.Scott lb ........
Brohmr 3b .......
Bailey ph .........
Duffy 3b ..........
Evans ph ........
TOTAL ...........

4
4
1
1
0
1
36

New York ........................ 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0-5
Boston............................. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0-4
LOB--New York, G.Scott, Burleson, Remy. HR-Dent (5), Yas-
trzemski (17), R.Jackson (27). SB-Rivers 2. S-Brohamer,
Remy.
IP H R FR BB SO

New York
Guidry W,25-3............................ 61/3
Gossage .................................2/s
Boston
Torrez L, 16-13.......... .. .............62/3
B.Stanley........1/3
Hassler ...............................1z/3

6
5

5
2
1

2
2
4
1
0
0

2
2
4
1
0
0

1
1
3
0
0
0

5
2
4
0
2
0

Drago .. .......................... 1/3 0
Save-Gossage 27. PB-Munson. T-2:52. A-32,925.

ALL YOU CAN EAT

EVERY TUES.-SMORGASBORG . .
WED.-SEAFOOD ........
THURS..-SMORGASBORG.

.... $3.95
... .$4.25
.... $3.95

INCLUDES: HUGE SALAD BAR WITH OVER 30 ITEMS
2 HOME MADE SOUPS

OLD TIME MOVIES EVERY TUES.-WED.

114 E.
Washington

a--

DOWNTOWN

CAREER
OPPORTUNITIES
MEETING
Career Development Opportunities
at a Unique Electronics Company
We are seeking innovative and talented BS, MS,
and Ph.S. graduates and undergraduate co-op stu-
dents. Join our professional staff. We are doing
state-of-the-art research and development in the
following areas:
" ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER
SCIENCE
Solid State Deviced, Change Coupled Devices,
MOS and Bipolar Integrated Circuits and LSI,'
Analog Hybrid Circuits, Logic Circuits, Comput-
er Architecture, Software, Systems Analysis,
Signal Processing Communications, Radar and
IR Systems, Microwave Antennas, receivers
and Transmitters, Displays.
* MECHANICAL, ENGINEERING & MATERIAL
SCIENCE
Servo Mechanisms, Heat Transfer, Optics,
Structures, Mellurgy, Stability, Analysis, Aero-
dynamics and Process Control.
Meet with Hughes Technical Managers and recent
Graduate Engineers on Tuesday, October 3, 1978
at 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM in Room 128F, West En-
gineering Building.

Ar Photo
WHEN THE PLAYOFFS and World Series come around, count on Reggie Jacksoi
for the clutch hits. Here he connects on a Bob Stanley pitch for his 27th home rui
of the year. It proved to be the winning run in the Yankees 5-4 playoff victory
over the Boston Red Sox as the Yanks won their third straight AL Eastern Division
Championship.

1

II

Les McCann
and6AIR CONDO
Tuesday & Wednesday, Oct. 3 & 4
at the
SECOND CHINCE
Advance Tickets $5.50
, $6.50 at the door.

GRIDDE
PICKS

;.

lool
000001 0001 1001,
pJ

. .E s

1i
i

\ \
S\\
\ \
S\
\
\
\ \
15\

The experts were baffled. Everyone
thought that the 5-4, 133 pounder from
Howell was too small for college foot-
ball, but there was Mark Larzelere at
the top of the Griddes with a respec-
table 18-2 record.
Perplex the experts yourself. Get
your Griddes in at 420 Maynard by
midnight Friday to win the two-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's.
1. Arizona at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Missouri
3. Indiana at Wisconsin
4. Utah at Iowa
5. Notre Dame at Michigan State
6. OregonState at Minnesota
7. Arizona State at Northwestern
8. Southern Methodist at O.S.U.
9. Wake Forest at Purdue
10. Delaware at Lehigh
11. North Carolina St. at Maryland
12. Nebraska at Iowa State
13. Oklahoma-Texas (at Dallas)
14. Stanford at UCLA
15. Texas Tech at Texas A&M
16. Alabama at Washington
17. Louisiana St. at Florida
18. Penn State at Kentucky
19. San Jose State at Hawaii
20. DAILY LIBELS at Conclave College
Cardinals

l.:

=

WI' noN
- j
126Sf

* V
cords &
denim bells,.

k nn ri it

NEW SHIPMENT IN

iK

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan