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June 12, 1974 - Image 12

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STANLEY, HORTON HOMER

Tigers

outslug R
-. _DE T R OIT- Mickey
Stanley slugged a three-run
homer and Gary Suther-
land and Willie Horton
drove in two runs apiece to
pace the Detroit Tigers to
an 8-6 victory over the Tex-
as Rangers last night.
Horton led off the Tiger sec-
ond with his 15th home run of
the baseball season, tying him
with Reggie Jackson for the A.
L. lead. Horton added an RBI
in the fifth on a sacrifice fly as
Detroit scored three times off
Texas starter David Clyde.
Aurelio Rodriguez started the
rally with a single and Clyde
couldn't pick up Brinkman's
bunt for an error.
Stanley hit a sacrifice bunt,
then Sutherland lined a two-
run single to right, the ball roll-
ing through outfielder Jeff Mur-
roughs' legs for an error. Hor-
ton finished the rally with his
sacrifice fly.
Al Kaline doubled home De-
troit's fifth run in the seventh

ingers, 8-6
Milchigan Daily
Sorts

and Stanley unloaded his homer.
in the eighth.
Expos explode
MONTREAL - Willie Davis
capped a seven-run rally in the
seventh inning with a three-run
homer, and then he added a
grand slam shot in an eight-
run eighth to give the Montreal
Expos a 16-5 victory over the
Cincinnati Reds last night.
The Expos entered the sev-
enth inning losing 5-1 to Roger
Nelson, who had given up jest
four hits to that point.
Davis' seven RBI gave him

Maior League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
Boston 32 25 .561 -
Milwaukee 28 25 .528 2
Cleveland 28 27 .509 3
Detroit 28 28 .500 3%
New York 29 31 .483 4Y2
Baltimore 27 29 .482 4Y2
West
Oakland 32 26 .552 -
Texas 30 28 .517 2
Chicago 26 26 .500 3
Kansas City 27 28 .491 31,
California 76 33 .441 6'.
Minnesota 23 30 .434 6'5
Yesterday's Games
Boston 10, Oakland 9
Detroit 8, Texas 6
California 5, New York 4
Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 0
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 2
Cleveland 4, Chicago 0.
Today's Games
California (Tanana 4-7) at New
York (Dobson 4-8).
Oakland (Hamilton 4-1) at Boston
(Drago 4-1), night.
Texas (Jenkins 7-6) at Detroit
(Lolich 6-7), 8 p.m.
Milwaukee (Colborn 2-3) at Kan-
sas City (Dal Canton 3-3), night.
Baltimore (Cuellar 7-3 at Min-
nesota (Albury 2-4), night.
Cleveland (G. Perry 10-1) at Chi-
cago (Wood 10-6), night.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 31 27 .534 -
Montreal 26 25 .510 1%
St. Johns 20 27 .509 1Y2
Chicago 21 30 .412 6%
New York 23 33 .411 7
Pittsburgh 20 33 .377 8%
West
Los Angeles 42 17 .712 -
Cincinnati 32 24 .571 B%
Atlanta 32 26 .552 9%
Houston 31 29 .517 11%
San Francisco - 30 30 .500 12%
San Diego 24 39 .381 20
Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 4, New York 3, 11 innings
Montreal 16, Cincinnati 6
Houston 10, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis at Los Angeles, ine.
Pittsburgh at San Diego, inc.
Chicago at San Francisco, inc.
Today's Games
Chicago (Reuschel 4-4) at San
Francisco (Bradley 6-5).
New York (Parker 1-4 or Stone
2-4) at Atlanta (Morton 7-5), night.
Cincinnati (Kirby 4-3) at Mon-
treal (Rogers 7-5), night.
Philadelphia (Carlton 8-4) at
Houston (Wilson 3-3), night.
Pittsburgh (Demery 0-1) at San
Diego (Freiselben 4-2), night.
St. Louis (Curtis 3-6) at Los
Angeles (Sutton 6-4), night.

a club record while the eight
runs also tied a team record.
Astros ignite
HOUSTON - Blanked for six
innings, the Houston Astros
erupted for 10 runs in the sev-
enth, including a grand-slam
home run by Cesar Cedeno, to
wallop the Philadelphia Phillies
10-1 last night.
Fourteen Astros went to bat
in that inning, with Lee May's
double tying the score and Doug
Rader's double putting Houston
ahead, 2-1. Greg Gross rifled a
two-run single prior to Cedeno's
grand slam, his 12th homer of
the baseball season. Doug Ra-
der's two-run double capped the
rally.
The Astros collected eight Pits
in the inning and stayed at bat
30 minutes.
BosOX outslug
BOSTON - Rick Miller, Cecil
Cooper and Carlton Fisk belted
homers and Danny Cater broke
a tie with a seventh-inning pinch
double last night, propelling the
Boston Red Sox to a 10-9 victory
over the Oakland A's.
The Red Sox handed Oakland
ace Jim Hunter, 8-7, his fourth
loss in his last five decisions
and nailed down the victory in
the seventh after the A's had
pulled into a 4-4 tie in the top
of the inning.
Mets miffed
ATLANTA - Johnny O a t e s
opened the 11th inning with a
single and eventually scored the
winning run on an error by
pitcher Bob Apadoca, giving the
Atlanta Braves a 4-3 victory
over the New York Mets last
night.

,Say Aaah
Lee Trevino isn't at the Doctor's office but he was feeling
sick after blowing a putt at Mamaroneck, N.Y. where the U.S.
open begins tomorrow.

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