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Saturday, July 21, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven

Mays selected for
24th All-Star Game

SAN FRANCISCO (A) - Willie
Mays, a last-minute addition to
the National League squad, will
be captain of the team for Tues-
day night's All-Star Game in
Kansas City.
National League President Chub
Feeney announced today that he
and Manager Sparky Anderson of
the Cincinnati Reds have added
the 42-year-old New York Mets'
player to the team. It will be
Mays' 24th All-Star Game, ty-
ing the record held by former
St. Louis Cardinals' great Stan
Musial.
Anderson's other selections,
completing the 29-man squad,
included right fielder B o b b y
Bonds of San Francisco, left off
the starting team selected by
baseball fans despite his bat-
ting average of 304, with 25
home runs and 65 runs batted in.
WILLIE DAVIS and Manny
Mota of the Los Angeles Dodgers,
Ron Fairly of Montreal and Bob
Watson of Houston were the other
outfielders selected by Ander-
son.

FIREBALLING Nolan Ryan of the California Angels nearly im-
mortalized himself further Thursday night by pitching seven in-
nings of no-hit ball against the Orioles. Mark Balanger broke up
Ryan's bid to become the first man to hurl three no-hitters in
one season and the second to hurl two straight gems. He struck
out 13 Bird batters giving him 233 K's for the year. However,
Ryan lost, 3-1, in 11 innings.

The other All-Stars named to-
day were catcher Ted Simmons
of St. Louis and infielders Nate
Colbert of San Diego, Dave Con-
cepcion of Cincinnati, Darrell
Evans and Dave Johnson of At-
AL Studs
In-MAYBERRY, K. C. (.300)
Yastrenoki, Hs. (.56)
2-CAREW, MINN. (.351)
Nelson, Texas (.278)
Rojas, K. C. (.255)
SS-CAMPANERIS, OAK. (.274)
Brinkman, et. (.260)
3B-B. ROBINSON, HALT. (.223)
Bando, Oak. (.270)
Bell, Cleve. (.278)
OF-MURCER, N. Y. (.305)
JACKSON, OAK. (.20)
OTIS, K.C. (.287)
Harton, net. (.349)
May, MiOW. (.320)
Blair, Balt. (.301)
Kelly, Chicago (.295)
C-FISK, BOST. (.272)
Munson, N. Y. (.295)
Frehan, net. (.259)
P-Ryan, Cal. (11-12, 2.84)
Singer, Cal (14-5, 2.64)
Holtzman, Oak. (14-9, 2.24)
Hunter, Oak. (14-3, 3.23)
Coueurn, Milw. (13-5, 2.78)
Lee, Bost. (12-3, 2.37)
Blyleven, Minn. (12-, 2.28)
Lyle, N. Y. (3-5, 1.94)
Fingers, Oak. (3-5, 1.26)
NOTABLE AHSENTEES
Melton, Chic. (.300)
Braun, Minn. (.287)
M. Aou, N. Y. (.292)
Hiller, ne. (4-2, 1.5)
Coleman, Det. (5-, 3.5))
lanta, Joe Torre of St. Louis
and Willie Stargell of Pittsburgh.
Stargell plays both first b a s e
and outfield.
Torre was named to the All-
Star squad for the ninth time.
Stargell will be making his sixth
All-Star Game trip. Johnson was
named for the first time as a
National Leaguer, but played in
the game twice for the American
League as a member of the Bal-
timore Orioles.
THE DODGERS and Reds have
the most All-Stars on this year's
National League team, f i v
apiece.
Anderson's coaches Tuesday
night will be managers G ei1 e
Mauch of Montreal and Bill Vir-
don of Pittsburgh.
Anderson, the ysngest man-
ager in the senior circuit, didn't
expect his pitching selections
would set well with some peo-
ple.
Anderson passed over San
Francisco's 14-game winner Ron
Bryant and Montreal's Mike Mar-
shall, a reliever with eight wins
and 18 saves.
"I fully .expect both to be
mad, and they have a right to be.
They both could be All-Stars,"
said Anderson.
ANDERSON picked three mem-
bers of the Los Angeles Dodg-
ers to the team and expects crit-
icism from some for it. He nam-
ed Claude Osteen, Don Sutton
and Jim Brewer of the Dodgers.
"Who has the best record in
baseball, in all of baseball?" ask-
ed Anderson. "The Dodgers. If
a team has the best record, there

must .be some guys making that
possible," he added.
Anderson defended Oakland
Manager Dick Williams' selection
of three of his own pitchers. "Wil-
liams was right in picking them."
Sparky selecteel one pitcher
from the Reds, Jack Billingham,
who has a 13-6 record.
AL pilot Dick Williams was
reported to be on his way to a
speedy recovery from his bout
with appendicitis and has told
American League President Joe
Cronin that he will sufficiently
be recovered by Sunday night or
Monday to assume his duties.
"But if anything should de-
velop," Williams said, "Chuck
Tanner of the Chicago White Sox
will be able to take over the
team." The Oakland club, which
Williams led to the American
1, e a g u e pennant and World
Championship over the Reds in
seven games last year, has the
most representatives in the game
with six, including hurlers Jim
"Catfish" Hunter, Ken Holtzman,
and ace fireman Rollie Fingers.
Hunter and Holtzman each own
14 victories and Fingers has a
microscopic earned run average
of 1.27.
THE A'S ALSO boast starters
in shortstop Bert Campaneris
and oitfielder Reggie Jackson as
well as backup third baseman
Sal Bando.
Last night, Carl Yaztremski
joined Dick Allen of the White
Sox on the shelf for the midsun-
mer classic. Yaz has a sprained
wrist and wosld rather not tike
a chance of aggravating it. The
NL Studs
]B-AARON, ATL. (.250)
Stargell, Pitt (.300)
Colbert, S. D. (.274)
21i-MORGAN, CINC. (.300)
Da. Johnson, Al. (.254)
SS-SPEOEI, S. F. (.274)
Conepcin, tin,. (.2811
31-SANTO, CHL (.301)
Torre, SIL. (26)
Evans, ALl (.269)
OF-RIOSE, CINC. (.325)
CEDENO, Hot. (.316)
WlLLIAMS, CHI. (.20)
Mays. N. V. (.219)
Mota, L. A. - (.348)
W. Davis, L. A. (.304)
ponds, S. F. (34)
Fairly, Mtl. (.300)
Watson, Hon. (.329)
C-BENCH, CINC. (.245)
Simmons, SL (.'4)
I'-5i-aver, N. Y. (105, 2.2)
Guisti, Pit t (2-2, 2.29)
Brewer, L. A. (3-2, 162)
Sutton, L. A. (12-5, 2.16)
Osteen, L. A. (11-5, 3.11)
'twitchel, Phil. (7-3, 2.13)
Wise, StL. (11-5, 3.05)
Billingham, Cine (13-6, 3.18)
NOTABLE ABSENTEES
Unser, Phil (.326)
Maddox, S. F. (.324)
Matthews, S. F. (.323)
~ Cardnal, Chi. (.323)
Goodson, S. F. (.316)
Grubb, S. I. (.310)
Bryant, S. F. (14-7, 3.00)
Locker, Chi. (4-3, 1.80)
Marshall, MitI. (8-6, 2.90)
former Most Valuable Player
and three-time AL batting cham-
pion will be replaced on the 29
man roster by Jim Spencer of
the Texas Rangers.

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