The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 7, 1979-Page 11
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
a 3-0 d
Orioles blank Royals, 3-0
By The Associated Press out before Spencer singled to drive in drive to left field that just missed being yesterday.
TIMORE - Dennis Martinez Nettles.. a homer. He ended up at third and came Dale Murray, an ex-Red
I four hits, struck out nine and Cubs 3 Padres 0 home on Jerry Martin's double. for the victory after working
his eighth consecutive victory CHICaGO (The Cubs scored again in the seventh in relief of starter JesseC
itching the Baltimore Orioles to CHICAGO - Rick Reuschel and on a single by pinch hitter Steve went the first five inni
decision .over the Kansas City Bruce Sutter combined for a four-hitter Dillard, a sacrifice by Ivan DeJesus longest stint in his rookie ye
yesterday. and Dave Kingman continued his torrid and singles by Ted Sizemore and The Reds' used three rel
Way's RBI double off Paul Split- hitting with a run-scoring triple, Bill Buckner. Manny Sarmiento taking th
cored the first Baltimore run. sparking the Chicago Cubs to a 3-0 vic- The Mets, trailing 2-0, sco
kaggs' single made it 2-0 in the tory yesterday over the San Diego Mets 5, Reds 3 the sixth on a Youngbloods
nd Gary Roenicke rapped his Padres. CINCINNATI - Frank Taveras Taveras double. New Yorl
ome run in the sixth for the The Cubs got two runs off Randy drove in two runs and Joel Youngblood batters to the plate in the
'final tally. Jones after two men were out in the fir- and Doug Flynn each had run-scoring ning as John Stearns led
inez retired the first 10 Kansas st inning. Ted Sizemore was on first doubles during a four-run seventh in- single, stole second, movec
atters before George Brett with a walk when Kingman, who is 9- ning as the New York Mets rallied for a an Elliot Maddox single anc
in the fourth, and then set down for-20 with four homers and nine RBI's 5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds tying run on Flynn's double
, got credit
g one inning
gs for the
red a run in
single and a
k sent eight
off with a
Ito third on
A scored the
seven more in a row prior to Willie
Wilson's two-out single in the sixth.
The 24-year-old right-hander has
hurled Baltimore's only two shutouts of
the season and has seven of the mound
staff's 16 complete games.
Yankees 3, Twins 2
NEW YORK - Jim Spencer's pinch
single scored the winning run with two
out in the ninth inning to give the New
York Yankees a 3-2 victory over the
Minnesota Twins yesterday.
New York's Ron Guidry, who surren-
dered the tying run on Bob Randle's
RBI single in the top of the ninth, ear-
ned the victory after limiting the Twins
to five hits.
Graig Nettles opened the Yankee nin-
th with a single and was sacrificed to
second by Darryl Jones. After Chris
Chambliss walked, Mike Marshall
relieved Jerry Koosman. Roy White
then forced Chambliss for the second
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was driven in by Youngblood, both
Youngblood and pinch hitter Alex
Trevino scoring on Taveras' single.
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NEW YORK METS runner Frank Taveras grimaces after being tagged out
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STROKING FOR NUMBER 4:
Lopez loose on tour
MASON, Ohio (AP) - Nancy Lopez,
abreast of her record-setting pace of a
year ago, shakes off any pressure
surrounding her bid this week for a
fourth straight victory and second con-
secutive LPGA Championship title.
She oame to the Nicklaus Golf Center
as a 21-year-old rookie last year. She
had won her third straight tournament
and went on to win five in a row and
yearly earnings of more than $205,000,
both unprecedented in the LPGA.
MAYBE IT'S maturity. Maybe it's
experience. Maybe it's her new
married life, but Lopez says the
pressure is not as great this time, even
though she's on another streak and
ranks as the game's top money winner
with more than $118,000.
"Right now, I don't feel any pressure.
If I do win five in a row again, maybe
there might be pressure in the sixth
tournament," Lopez said.
The field of 114 regards Lopez as the
one to beat in this'$150,000 event begin-
ning today, the first recognized major
tournament of the year for the LPGA
"SHE'S EVEN gotten longer than
last year," said veteran Judy Rankin,
who had the single season LPGA money
mark until Lopez arrived.
"Her length gives her more margin
for error," Rankin said. "And she's
probably the best putter this tour ever
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