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Page Twelve


Thursday, July 11, 1974

Twins rip sorry Tigers, 11-6

By The Associated Pr M
Carew's run - scoring d o u b l e
ignited a five-run eighth inning,
and Minnesota beat the Detroit
Tigers 11-6 last night for the
Twins' fourth straight victory.
Craig Kusick walked leading
off the eighth and stopped at
second, on Glenn Borgmann's
one-out single. Carew then un-
loaded his double to the base of
the left-field wall.
The Twins went on to pad
their margin as Steve Braun
was walked intentionally, filling
the bases. Harmon Killebrew
walked, forcing in one run, Bob-
by Darwin singled home two
more and Eric Soderholm dou-
bled in the inning's final run.
Larry Hisle had knocked in
four runs for the Twins with a
..three-run homer and a single to
stake Minnesota to a 4-2 margin
after two innings.
y Chisox whipped
w MILWAUKEE - Billy Cham-
pion pitched a four-hitter, lead-
ing the Milwaukee Brewers to
a 6-1 victory over the Chicago
White Sox last night.
The Brewers scored enough to
s win with two runs in the second
inning, with Don Money's RBI
single capping the rally.
They added an insurance run
APP in the third on George Scott's
10th home run of the baseball
season and padded their lead to
Bench is 6-1 on Mike Hegan's three-run
a fly ball. homer in the seventh.
Bosox triumph
BOSTON - Reggie Cleveland
fashioned a s i x -h i t t e r, and
Dwight Evans and Bob Mont-
gomery highlighted a two-run
fifth with a double steal of sec-
ond and home,pacing3the Bos-
7ton Eed Sox to a 3-1 victory
over the Texas Rangers last
ver he left- Cleveland, obtained from the
start a two- St. Louis Cardinals after the
gainst Jerry 1973 season, went the distance
other run 'for the sixth time in 16 starts
i's throwing while improving his record to

Approaching the Bench
Rich Morales of the Chicago Cubs slides into the plate in yesterda y's action in Chicago, but Cincinnati catcher Johnny
about to take a throw from outfielder Cesar Geronimo and tag out Morales, who had attempted to score from third on
The Cubs won anyway, though, 11-3.
Marshall's streak brokei

By The Associated Press
snapped Los Angeles relief ace
M i k e Marshall's consecutive
victory string at nine games
with a run-scoring single in the
ninth inning, giving the Phladel-
pha Phillies a 5-4 victory over
the Dodgers last nght.
Tommy Hutton legged out an
infield single leading off the
ninth and was wild pitched to
second by Marshall, who hadn't
lost since June 2.
Then Cash singled to right,
making a loser of Marshall, 11-
4, and the Dodgers for the first
time in the past five games.
It was Marshall's 25th relief
appearance since losing to the
Cubs on June 2.
Braves hammer
PITTSBURGH - T w o - r u n
homers by Dusty Baker and
Dave Johnson keyed a 16-hit
attack that carried the Atlanta.
Braves to a 10-5 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates 1 a s t
The Braves chased loser Dock
Ellis, 3-8, with three runs in the

first inning in a rally capped.
by Baker's blast.
Reliever John Morlan allowed
two Atlanta runs in the second
and two more in the third be-
fore the third Pittsburgh pitch-,
er, Daryl Patterson, yielded the
two-run homer to Johnson in
the fourth.
The Pirates spoiled Morton's
bid for a shutout with two runs
in the fifth on RBI singles by
Mario Mendoza and Ed Kirk-
Padres clout
NEW YORK - Dave Winfield
socked two home runs and Wil-
lie McCovey stroked a two-run
single, leading Bill Greif and
the San Diego Padres to an 8-1
victory over the New York Mets
Greif, 4-11, checked the Mets
Memphis 4, Detroit 13
Floridae8, Hawaii 7
Phiiadeiphia 33, Portianid 8

on seven hits, striking out five homer of the game o
batters and walking three. He center field fence to
gave up a fifth-inning run on run second inning ag
Wayne Garrett's two-out triple Koosman, 9-6, the
and Felix Millan's single. scoring on Koosman
Winfield unloaded his first error.

Mro'ew I ~ Stonclinas

Baltimore 46 37
Cleveland 45 37
Boston 46 38
Milwaukee 43 41
Detroit 43 42
New York 41 43
Oakland 48 37
Kansas City 42 41
Texas 42 45
Chicago 40 43
Minnesota 39 47
California 32 56
Yesterday's Result
Boston 3, Texas 1
New York 9, Kansas City 4
Milwaukee 6, Chicago 1
Minnesota 11, Detroit 6
Baltimore 9, California I
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
Texas (Hargan 7-4) a
(Lee 9-7).
Cleveland (Peterson 7-4)
mnoa (Deker 8-9.n irht.



Pct. GB East
.554 - W L Pct. GB
.549 % St. Louis 43 41 .512 --
.548 9 Philadelphia 43 42 .506 9
.512 3 Montreal 40 42 .488 2
.506 4 Chicago 37 45 A51 5
.48 51. Pittsburgh 37 45 A51 5
New York 36 48 A29 7
.565 --
.506 5 West
.483 7 Los Angeles 60 28 .682 --
.482 7 Cincinnati 48 37 .565 10_
453 9! Houston 46 41 .29 13%
.364 1714 Atlanta 46 42 .523 14
s San Francisco 39 49 .443 21
San Diego 38 53 .418 23!f
Yesterday's Results
San Diego 8, New York 1
Chicago 11, Cincinnati 3
Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 4
t Boston Atlanta 10, Pittsburgh 5
San Francisco 4, Montreal 2
at Min- Houston 3, St. Louis 2
Today's Games
at Kansas Cincinnati (Kirby 6-5) at Chicago
} at Chi-0 (Reuschel 8-6).

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