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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 25, 1973

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NEW YORK (JP) - Outfielder
Pete Rose, catcher Johnny Bench
and first baseman Tony Perez
formed a Cincinnati triumvirate
that enabled the Reds to domi-
nate the 1973 Major League All-
Star team announced yesterday.
by the Associated Press.
The San Francisco Giants were
the only other team to get more,
than one player on the squad,
landing left-handed pitcher Ron
Bryant and shortstop Chris
Speier, 'asthe National League
dominated the team, winning
seven of the 10 places.
Outfielder Willie Stargell of the
Pittsburgh Pirates and third
baseman Darrell Evans of the
Atlanta Braves were the other
NL stars selected, leaving the
league champion New York Mets
without an honoree.
Outfielder Reggie Jackson of
the world champion Oakland A's,
second baseman Rod Carew of
the Minnesota Twins and right-
handed pitcher Nolan Ryan of
the California Angels were the
American League representa-
tives.
Significant by their absence
were Atlanta great Hank Aaron,
his teammate Dave Johnson, and
Tom Seaver, the Mets' pitching
ace.
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for a career total of 713, only one
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record, wound up fifth among
the outfielders with 124 votes.
San Francisco's Bobby Bonds
was fourth with 157 votes.
Rose, the sparkplug of Cincin-
nati's NL West Division cham-
pions, was the No. 1 vote-getter,
being named on 251 ballots cast
by sports writers and broadcast-
ers. He won his third batting
title with a .328 average and led
the major leagues in hits with
230.
Major's elite
B-Tony Perez, Cincinnati .314
avg., 27 Hits, 101 RBI.
2B-Rod Carew, Minnesota .350
av., 6 HRs, 62 RBI.
.S-Chris Speier, San Francisco
.249 avg., 11 Hits, 71 RBI.
3B -Darrell Evans, Atlanta .280
avg., 41 HRs, 104 RBI.
OF-Pete Rose, Cincinnati .338
avg., 5 Hits, 64 RB!.
OF-willie Stargell, Pittsburgh
.298 avg., 44 HRs, 119 RBI.
OF-Reggie, Jackson, Oakland .293
avg., 32 HRs, 117. RBI.
C-Johnny Bench, California .253
avg., 25 HRs, 104 RB!.
LHP-Ron Bryant, San Francisco
24-12, 3.53 ERA.
RHP-Nolan Ryan, California 21-
16, 2.87 ERA.
Bench, Cincinnati's perennial
All-Star, who smashed 25 home
runs and drove in 104 runs, was
the only repeater from the 1972
team. Although he finished with
only a .253 average, he was the
most overwhelming winner, re-
ceiving 184 votes, far ahead of
second-place finisher Thurman
Munson of the New York
Yankees. Munson got 57 votes.
Perez provided the Reds with
a solid one-two sock in the mid-
dle of the batting order, smash-
ing 27 homers, knocking in 101
runs and batting .314 - fourth
highest in the National League.
Bryant,the only NL hurler to
reach the 20victory mark-he
was 24-12-amassed 84 votes in
topping 20-game winners Vida
Blue and Ken Holtzman of Oak-

land and Wilbur Wood of the Chi-
cago White Sox as the best left-
handed pitcher.
His teammate, Speier, made
the select squad despite a low
.249 batting average. But he
smacked 11 homers and knocked
in 71 runs.
Stargell, the NL pacesetter in
home runs with 44 and in runs
batted in with 119, finished sec-
ond to Rose in the balloting for
outfielders with 231 votes. Jack-
son, the AL leader with 32
homers and 117 RBI, collected
200 votes.
Evans, enjoying his finest sea-
son in the majors, hitting .280
with 41 homers and 104 runs
batted in, was an easy winner at
third base, with 119 votes to 87
for second-place finisher Sal
Bando of Oakland.
Carew, capturing his third AL
batting championship with a .350
average - best in the majors -
garnered 136 votes for second
base. Johnson was second with
107.
Ryan, the Angels' flamethrow-
ing right - hander surpassed
Sandy Koufax' m a j o r league
strikeout record by one, fanning
383 batters, and posted his first
20-victory season, winning 21.

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