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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April10, 1971

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The new look Tigers . . .
... and, still, Number Six
THE WRITING of final columns is left as an option to senior
sports editors, one which I was planning to pass up.
Yesterday, however, I met Al Kaline.
The Detroit Tiger organization annually hosts a press day,
probably hoping to get as many reporters and cameramen as
possible out of their hair in one day. I was among that group
as Tiger players bounced up the dugout steps of Tiger Stadium
and onto the waiting field of press and television crews.
Since Kaline had not been in the first contingent of
Tigers to come up the steps, I waited as unobtrusively as
possible for his appearance.
Tiger special events director Lew Matlin, noticing me,
approached and asked, "Can I help you find someone?"
Perhaps a trifle too eagerly, I replied, "I'm waiting for Mr.
Kaline."
"Mr. Kaline?" he echoed with an air of showmanship. "He'll
be right out." A few moments later, Kaline appeared.
I thought, as I began talking to Kaline, of his 19 seasons
with the Detroit club. He perched a foot on the top step of the
dugout and, resting his hand on his left knee, answered my
questions courteously, as if what he was relating to me had never
been discussed by him before. Unlike some of the other Tigers on
the field, Kaline matched in person his television image.
Squinting only slightly in the direct sunlight, Kaline. com-
mented enthusiastically about the "new" look Tigers of opening
day. "I -prefer playing for a club that uses a lot of different
strategies like the hit and run," he says. "It's better to be trying
something when the runs aren't coming than to be standing
with the bat on your shoulder. With a running strategy, you're
not depending on one or two persons to deliver."
Kaline could have been reciting Manager Billy Martin's
words. "With running, aggressive baseball," Martin asserts,
"you're making fools of the opposition. It's not fun to al-
ways sit back and hit, because there are times when the
hits don't come. Then you have to do everything possible to
unnerve the opposition, especially the pitcher."
Martin's non-stop approach, so much a reversal of Tiger
bombshell baseball strategy in the last decade, is a photocopy
of his personality. Assertive and aggressive, Martin is a believ-
er in actions speaking louder than words. "When I came to
Detroit in 1958, people built me up as a holler bug and a spark
plug. I never considered myself a yell, yell guy," Martin says,
"and I don't now. I lead by my actions, not by my words. I'm
aggressive. I don't give any ground. They labeled me that BRASH
Martin, and I don't bother shaking the phrase. As long as they
spell my name right, I don't care," Martin ends with a laugh.
After such a long self-appraisal, Martin complained fur-
ther by way of illustration, "When Bobby Richardson comes
into a room, he's introduced as World Series Hero Bobby Rich-
ardson. When I come into the room, I'm called that BRASH,
cocky Martin, and I had a better World Series record than
Richardson did."
The Tigers are gung-ho about the new running ball that
Martin has brought to Detroit. "I'm glad to be playing for
Billy Martin and I'm glad Billy is playing this way," Kaline
says.
Kaline adds with a quick grin, "I stole three bases
in spring training."
Back in 1958, Martin and Kaline were teammates,
Martin splitting his baseball duties between shortstop and
third base for the Detroit team with Kaline in his ac-
customed right field spot. Now Martin has returned to
Detroit, where the stadium name has changed and the
streets have changed. And Al Kaline has changed, too,
to some extent.
"Of course, he's matured a heck of a lot more from
when I played with him," Martin notes. "There just aren't
many players as complete a ball player as he is. Running, hit-
ting, fielding,,he can do them all. It's amazing that after 19
years of playing ball, he still looks like a young player."
As with other Detroiters of my generation, there has always
been a Tiger team with the name Al Kaline on the line-up card.
His first game with the Tigers was half way through the 1953
season at the age of 18 and since then he's added 2364 more. In
.1955 he became the youngest player ever to win the league
batting championship.
"I was just a 20-year-old kid then," Kaline recalls. "Every-
thing went absolutely perfect that year, I'd swing the bat and it
would go through for a hit. You only get those years once in
a lifetime."
Nothing draws fans like success and excellence and
Kaline showed both that year, the start of my interest in the
Tigers and sports.
Kaline continues, "There was pressure on me to keep
myself at that pace, but it was gone within the next couple
of years."
Much else besides success was to follow Kaline in those
coming years.
I could remember his succession of injuries; the broken
cheek bone in 1959, the broken collar bone in 1962, the foot
operation in 1965, the broken finger in 1967, and the broken
arm in 1968; and the mental frustration of a fifteen year wait
fqr a World Series game. Through all that Kaline managed to
remain the consistent, conscientious man in rightfield.

Those thoughts, more than of (P)aline's successes, prompted
me into a very unreportorial request as I finished the interview
with Kaline. I could not help but ask him for his autograph.

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overtook fellow Texan Charles
Coody with a three-under-par 69
yesterday and ambled into t h e
second round lead in the 35th
Masters Golf championship.
January, 41, who is in his 16th
year on the pro tour, had a 36
hole total of 138, six under par for
two trips over the demanding Au-
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he chipped in for a birdie on the
final hole. They are tied at 139.
Tom Weiskopf, a 6-foot-3, 28-
year-old, was alone in fourth at
140. Weiskopf had a second round
69, including a bogey. five on the
final hole.
Next was a quartet at 141, head-
ed by disappointed Jack Nicklaus,
the current PGA king and the man
picked by most to grab the green
jacket that goes to the winner of
this famed tournament.
Nicklaus had a 71 and was tied
with Gene Littler, the man who
lost to Billy Casper in a playoff
for this title a year ago, D a l e
Douglass and 25-year-old Hale Ir-
win. Littler had a 69, Douglass a
71 and Irwin a 72.
"I'm kind of disappointed,"
Nicklaus said after taking con-
secutive bogeys on the 14th and
15th holes. "It was kind of a fun-
ny round. I had a chance to bust
it wide open and I let it get away
from me."
Disappointed as he was, he was
the only one of the game's super
stars in strong contention.
Casper had a 73 for 145. South
African Gary Player had another
72 for 144. Arnold Palmer, as us-
ual playing before a major por-
tion of the massive gallery of some
20,000 had a scrambling 72 for
145, seven strokes back of the
leader.
The raw-boned, drawling Jan-
uary has scored 10 tour victories
in his career, including the PGA
national championship. He won
his last title in the 1970 Greater
Jacksonville Open.

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