Pqge 14-Friday, September 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily
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By PAUL CAMPBELL
Special toThe Daily
DETROIT-Maybe the Tigers knew
what was going to happen in their
makeup game with Baltimore yester-
day and decided to keep it a secret.
For their part, the 1969 (that's people,
not years) fans who did show up will
surely keep the secret. Their tea'm
managed only four hits off of Oriole
ace Jim Palmer and lost 4-0 in the finale
of a long six game series. Not much to
For six innings, it was a good old-
fashioned scoreless pitching duel be-
tween Palmer and Detroit starter Bob
Sykes. Palmer's control was superb,
while Sykes allowed at least one man to
reach base every inning but. kept
pulling himself out of jams.
But the Orioles offense, which
destroyed Tiger pitching with 73 hits in
the series, came alive to produce four
runs and eight hits in the last three
The first run of the game came in the
Baltimore seventh. Sykes walked Doug
DeCinces with one out. The third
baseman stole second on the first pitch
and promptly scored when Mark
Belanger singled sharply to left.
Belanger finished the day with three
hits biut was outdone by his double play
partnArookie second baseman Rich
Dauer. -a'er collected four singles.
Dauer scored the second run in the
eighth. He led off with a single, advan-
ced to third on two infield outs, and
crossed the plate when Lee May pun-
ched a single to right.
In the ninth, DeCinces smashed a
two-run homer into the lower deck in
left to round out the scoring.
Palmer, meanwhile, continued to
baffle the Bengal batsmen. If it wasn't
for Jasor Thompson's two-out double in
the seventh, the Tigers would have gone
the whole game without getting a man
to second base.
The tiny crowd, which belied its size
with boisterous yells and derisive boos
directed at Tiger manager Ralph Houk,
seemed to enjoy the pleasant afternoon
despite the outcome of the game.
Things loosened up right away when
Baltimore leadoff batter Elliott Mad-
dox lost hold of his bat on the second
Second baseman Tito Fuentes canwe
within one of tying the American
League putout record for a second
baseman in yesterday's game. His in-
field teammates helped by starting
three double plays ... The long wait for
the arrival of the Tiger infield hopes for.
the future, shortstop Alan Trammel-
and second baseman "Sweet" Lod:
Whitaker, is over. Both were in uniform
for yesterday's game. The pair led
Montgomery (AA) to the Southern
League championship for the, second
straight year.. .. Whitaker was hittirig
.277 in Montgomery, Trammell .297
with a circuit record of 19 triples ...
Ron LeFlore sat out yesterday's gare
.with a slight muscle pull, but is expec
ted back for the Boston series.. . The
centerfielder has a 17-game hitting
streak and needs only three mare to,
pass Pat Kelly of Baltimore for thg
longest skein of the year in the AL, an
honor he achieved last year with his 3
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pitch of the game. It sailed into the'field
seats and struck a portly patron. No
harm was done, and the fans roared
their approval when Maddox insisted
his victim be given a bat to take home.
Though only one fan went home with
a major leaguer's bat, it seemed at
times that the batters were determined
to give each and every fan a chance to
take home a foul ball. One half inning
saw 23 balls sail foul into the stands.
The Tigers now head to Boston to
open a four game series. They face
their third doubleheader in five days
tonight. .Houk plans to send Dav
Rozema and Steve Grilli to the mound
against Luis Tiant and Reggie
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