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gage Eight THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday;August 2 1973
Tigers take eighth;
game from top
By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - G a t e s
Brown delivered the win- Summer Daily
ning run with a bases-load-
ed single in the ninth inn-
ing, leading the Detroit
Tigers over the Milwaukee
Brewers 2-1 last night for
their eighth straight vic-
tory.

Norm Cash, who singled
to center to lead off the
ninth, eventually c a m e
around with the winning
run. Cash was sacrificed to
second base and held there
as Ed Brinkman struck out.
The win puts the Tigers one
game out of first, behind front
running Baltimore.
Jim Northrup was walked in-
tentionally and then the Tigers
set the stage for Brown as
Mickey Stanley beat out a hop-
per to load the bases.
The Tigers tied the game 1-1
in the eighth inning on Tony
Taylor's walk with the bases
loaded.
Until that point, Milwaukee's
George Scott had driven in the
game's only run with his 14th
homer, of the baseball season in
the second inning.
Milwaukee starter Skip Lock-
wood, who has not completed a
game all year, held the Tigers

in check until the eighth when
Brinkman walked and Northrup
singled.
Reliever Ed Rodriguez came
into the game at this point and
eventually loaded the bases by
giving up a single to Brown. He
then walked home the tying run.
Birds trippin'
CLEVELAND - Boog Powell
blasted his ninth homer of, the
season and highlighted the Balti-
more Orioles' 4-2 victory over
the Cleveland Indians yesterday.
The victory put the Orioles in
first place in the AL East, four
percentage points ahead of the
New York Yankees who lost at
Boston, 3-2.
Powell unloaded in the sixth
off Dick Bosman, who suffered
his 12th defeat of the season.
Mike Cuellar, 8-11, was the
winner after getting relief help
from Bob Reynolds, who took

CHICAGO'S DON KESSINGER shows fine form on Greg Luzinski's
grounder in last night's 2-0 Philadelphia win, a two-hitter by Wayne
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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
w L Pet. GB w L Pt. GB
e 56 45 .554 - St. Louis 58 48 .547 -
k 60 49 .550 - Chicago 55 52 .514 3'.
57 48 .543 1 Pittsburgh 51 53 .514 31r
55 49 .529 2' Montreal 50 55 .476 7'
ee 50 54 .481 t7 Philadelphia 50 57 .467 8'.'
38 69 .355 21 New York 46 57 .446 10!
West west
City 61 48 .559 - Los Angeles 66 41 .617 -
59 47 .557 H Cincinnati 63 45 .583 3',%
a 53 50 .515 5 San Francisco 60 46 .566 5'.
52 53 .495 7i4 Houston 56 53 .514 ii
a 49 54A.476 9 lanta 49 62 .441 19
40 63 .388 18 SacnDiego 35 70 .333 30
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
e 4, Cleveland 2 New York 3, Pittsburgh 0,t1st game
New York 2 New York 5, Pittsburgh 2, 2nd game
,Milwaukee 1 st. Louis 9, Montreal 3, 1st game
ity 4, Chicago 2 St. Louis 2, Montreal 0, 2nd game
a at Oakland, inc. Philadelphia 2, Chicago 0
California, inc. Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 6
Tonight's Games Houston 5, Los Angeles 0
t (Strahler 4-3) at Milwau- San Francisco at San Diego, in,.
11 8-8), afternoon Tonight's Games
tore (Hood 2-1) at Cleveland Chicago (Bonham 4-1) at Philadel-
-15), night phia (Ruthven 4-9), night
Yoro (Medich 7-6) at Boston St. Louts (Murphy 2-3) at ,Mon-
3-0), night treal (Rogers 2-0), night
sota (Decker 5-5) at Oakland Pittsburgh (Rooker 4-3) at New
s 0-3), night York (Sadecki 1-1), night
(Dunning 0-6) at California Cincinnati (Hall 6-4) at Atlanta
1-13), night (Harrison 6-3), night
s City (wright 6-5) at Chi- Los Angeles (Sutton 12-7) at Hous-
ahnsen 14-10), night ton (Reuss 11-8), night

over in the sixth when the In-
dians rallied for a run on doubles
by Frank Duffy and Chris Chain-
bliss.
The Orioles took a 2-0 lead in
the third on singles by Earl
Williams, Rich Coggins and
Tommy Davis.
Yankees slippin'
BOSTON - Mario Guerrero's
single drove home Bob Mont-
gomery with two out in the
ninth inning and lifted the Bos-
ton Red Sox to a 3-2 victory over
the New York Yankees in a fight-
marred baseball game yesterday
dropping the Yankees out of first
place.
Guerrero's game-winning hit
into center field came after Mont-
gomery singled and Rick Miller
walked in the ninth. Thurman
Munson had tied the game 2-2
for the Yankees in the fourth
with a run-scoring single that
scored Roy White.
The game was delayed for
several minutes in the Yankees'
half of the ninth after Munson
doubled, Felipe Alou was inten-
tionally walked and Munson ad-
vanced to third on a ground out.
Gene Michael then attempted a
suicide squeeze bunt but missed
the pitch. Munson was tagged out
when he streaked toward home
and bowled over Boston catcher
Carlton Fisk. Munson punched
Fisk, who retaliated with two
punches of his own before being
grabbed by Michael. Fisk then
turned on Michael and the two
exchanged blows as both benches
emptied.
When order was restored Mun-
son and Fisk were both ejected
from the game.
Sparky Lyle, who relieved
Yankee starter Mel Stottlemyre
in the eighth, was the loser and
is now 4-7 and 0-5 this season
against his former teammates.
John Curtis, 10-8, was the winner.
Nets pay
huge sum
for Dr. J
OLD WESTBURY, N. Y. (i.-
Star forward Julius Erving, ob-
tained from the Virginia Squires,
signed an eight -year contract
with the Newv York Nets yester-
day after the Nets paid the high-
est amount ever involved in a
player transaction.
The Nets paid an estimated
$3.5 million to obtain Erving,
paying $2.5 million to the Atlanta
Hawks of the National Basketball
Association and $1 million to the
Squires of the American Basket-
ball Association.
Roy Boe, president and owner
of the ABA club, refused to di-
vulge the amount of the agree-
ment but said the negotiations
ran into "eight figures." The pay-
ments to Atlanta settled legal dis-
putes which arose when Erving
jumped to the Hawks frfom the
Squires.
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