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Page Twelve


Soturday, July 20, 1974

Indians' Bosman no-hits A's

Miscue on grounder
gives A's lone runner

p ' From Wire Service Reports
CLEVELAND-Cleveland In--
dian righthander Dick Bosman,
who has struggled on the mound
after some good years in the
late Sixties and early Seventies,
defeated the World Champion
Oakland A's on a no-hitter last
night, 4-0, at Cleveland Muni-
cipal Stadium. Only a throwing
error by Bosman in the fourth
inning deprived him of a perfect
With two out in the fourth,
Bosman fielded Sal Bando's
slow hopper to the right of the
mound but his off-balance throw
glanced off the glove of first
baseman Tom McGraw and roll-
ed away, allowing Bando to go
to second as Oakland's only
::tr baserunner.
Ironically, Bosman led Amer-
ican League pitchers in fielding
in 1970 while hurling for the
Washington Senators. He han-
dled 51 chances that year with-
out an error.
Bosman, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound
right-hander, then fanned slug-
ger Reggie Jackson for one of
his four strikeouts, leaving
Bando stranded at second. Bos-
N M man wound up the game by re-
tiring the last 16 Oakland bat-
,. ; <.ters.
AP Photo Bosman came into the game
DICK BOSMAN, well-traveled Cleveland Indians pitcher, whips home another high, hard one with a 1-0 record and a 4.54
on his way to a 4-0 no-hit triumph over the slugging Oakland A's. Now his name, along with earned-run average and had
those of Bobo Holloman and Bo Belinsky, will take up another line on the "No-Hit Pitchers" allowed 46 hits in 3921 previous
plague at Cooperstown. innings this season.
wins overtake igers

special To The Daly
DETROIT - It must be said
for Tiger fans that they are a
hardy lot. After the Tigers had
beaten the Minnesota Twins
Thursday night, all true Bengal
boosters felt that the Tigers'
prolonged skid was at an end,
and the Detroiters would return
to winning ways.
These hopes were a trifle pre-
mature. The Tigers lost their
eleventh game of their last thir-
teen last night, bowing to the
Twins, 7-5.
Tiger pitcher Lerrin LaGrow,
now 7-9, did himself in through
a lack of control. Leading 4-3
in the fifth, he walked Glenn
Borgmann to start things off,
and yielded a single to Rod
Carew, one of thre hits the Xl-
Star second haseman collected
last night
Attempting to sacrifice. Steve
Braun popped up a bunt that
LaGrow fielded on one p and
nearly threw past Bill Fr-h n
at first. Larry Hisle then drove
a double up the left centerfid
alley to score the runners and
bring out Ralph Hoek to lift
LaGrow, a move many of the
Tiger Stadium partisans felt
should have been made innings'
earlier. Woodie Frvman strug-
gled out of the inning.
The first inning was a night-
mare for LaGrow, as his in-
ability to get the ball an waere
near the plate cost him three
runs. Ar-lin l7'drio",p ribbad
Bra' uof a able on a arest
stab to his right. bit could not
get him out.
Attemptinu to ni-k Rran off,
LaGrow threw the h-ll into the
Twins' dugout. Hisle walked,
and Tony Oliva singled in
Braun. L a G r o w wildnitched
Olivat e second. bn sruce our

the obliging Bobby Darwin. promptly hit a hard fair drive Royals edge
With Eric Soderholm at the into the leftfield seats to give NEW YORK (A') - Amos Otis
plate, LaGrow threw first one, the Tigers their temporary lead. slammed a three-run homer
then another wild pitch, empty- Aside from that lapse, Goltz with two out in the fifth inning
ing the bases for the Twins. was brilliant for the rest of the and John Mayberry followed
The Tigers got these runs way. After yielding back-to- with a solo shot, powering the
and one more back in their half back doubles to Freehan and Kansas City Royals to a 5-4
of the first. Mickey Stanley led Jim Northrup in the eighth, he victory over the New York
off with a homer off Twin start- was lifted for Tom Burgmler, Yankees last night.
er Vic Albury, who followed that who stifled Detroit the rest of New York starter Sam De-
by issuing a walk to Gary Suth- the way. Dowell, 1-4, allowed only two
erland and allowing a sngle to Fryman, on the other hand, hits over the first four innings
Al Kaline Proved ineffective as usual, giv- but walked Fred Patek with
With Bill Freehan hitting ing up solo runs in the fifth two out in the fifth. Jim Wohl-
some vicious foul drives, Twin and eighth. All in all, it was a ford grounded a single to left
Manager Frank Q'tilici decided sorry performance all around, field and Patek just beat Lo't
to lift Albury and bring in Dave and it will be interesting to see Piniella's throw to third before
"Pelican" Goltz. F r e e h a n how Ralph Honk alibis this one. Otis parked his seventh home
xx ww:> ::x :::x::w< . :: x x:: :- : : run of the season over .he left
- field fence. Mayberry then drlt
CI 0r s 0 ! aed his 19th into the right field
East East the ninth on Fran Healy's sin-
w L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB gle. Patek's double and Wohl-
Boston 50 43 .538 - Philadelphia 47 45 .511 - ford infield hit.
Caltimare4 43 s.527 Montreal 44 454 4 Dal Canton, 5-4, allowed eight
Cleveland 47 44 .5162 St. Louis 44 49 473 37t. isbfr iigwyt o'
Milwaukee 46 46 .500 3'h Pittsburgh 43 49 467 4
New York 46 47 .495 4 Chicago 40 51 .440 6 . Bird with the bases loaded and
Detroit 45 48 .484 5 New York 38 51 .427 7 none out in the ninth. Bird fan-
West West ned 'Thurman Munson a1nd Al
Oakland 54 40 .574 -- Los Angeles 62 32 .660 Cowens hauled in p nd Ate
Chicago 47 44 .516 5 Cincinnati 57 39 .594 6 Cpinchhitter
Kansas City 47 45 .511 6 Houston 51 44 .537 11' Roy White's long drive against
Texas 46 50 .479 9 Atlanta 5 47 .515 131% the right field fence with the.
Minnesota 45 50 -474 9' San Francisco 42 52 .447 20 runners holding before Sandy
California 37 58 .389 17' San Diego 42 56 .429 22 r.e
Yesterday's Results Alomar delivered a two-run sin-
Minnesota 7, Detroit 5 Yesterday's Results gle. Maddox then grounded out
Cleveland 4, Oakland 0 Pittsburgh 2, Atlanta - to end the game.
Baltimore 5, California 4, 10 innings Cincinnati 4, Chicago 1 ,5*
Kansas City 5, New York 4 Houston 5, St. Louis 1
Boston 3, Texas 1 New York at San Diego, inc.
Chicago 7, Milwaukee Philadelphia at Las Angeeles, Inc BATMOE-.o Byo
Today's Games Montreal ataSan Francisco, inc. BALTIMORE- Don Baylor
Kansas City (Busby 13-8) at New powered a 2-2 pitch from Skip
York IMedich 11-7). Today's Games Lockwood into the left-field
Oakland (Holtzman 10-11) at Houston (Roberts 6-8) at St. stands in the bottom of the 10th
Cleveland (Peterson 7-5). Louis (Foster 4-6).
Milwaukee (Champion 4-1) at Montreal (Renko 9-6) at San inning last night, giving the
Chicago (Kaat 10-6). Francisco (Halicki 0-1). Baltimore Orioles a 5-4 triumph
California (Ryan 11-9 and Fi- Chicago (Reuschel 9-7) at Cin- over the California Angels.
gueroa 1-1) at Baltimore (Cuellar cinnati (Kirby 7-5), night.
12-4 and McNally 8-6 or Garland Pittsburgh (Kison 5-4) at Atlan- Baylor's third hit of the game
3-2), twi-night. ta (Morton 11-7), night. -he had singled in the first and
Minnesota (Decker 9-8) at De- Philadelphia (Twitchell 4-2) at seventh - lifted Baltimore to
troit (Lolich 10-11), 8 pm. Los Angeles (Sutton 6-7), night.
Boston (Cleveland 7-7) at Texas New York (Koosman 9-7) at San y
(Margan 8-5), night. Diego (Laxton 0-0), night, last eight games

He picked up 15 of his outs on
ground balls and the A's hit
only seven balls to the outfield.
Shortstop Frank Duffy and
third baseman Buddy Bell help-
ed preserve the Indians' first
no-hitter since Sonny Siebert
turned the trick against Wash-
ington in 1966.
Duffy made a leaping catch
of Larry Haney's liner to end
the third inning-the hardest hit
ball by the A's-and Bell dived
to his left to snag Bert Camp-
aneris leadoff grounder in the
seventh, then threw to first to
retire the speedy shortstop.
It was the second no-hitter of
the season, coming exactly one
month after Kansas City's Steve
Busby pitched one against Mil-
waukee. It also was the fourth
no-hitter in the last six years
against Oakland.
In the ninth inning, Bosman
retired Dick Green on a ground-
er to third, pinch-hitter Jesus
Alou on a grounder to second
and struck out Bill North.
Green had broken up a no-hit
bid by Baltimore's Wayne Gar-
land Monday night with a lead-
off single in the ninth inning.
TheIndians scored two runs
In the third inning and two in
the 'fourth against loser Dave
Hamilton, 6-. In the third, Tom
McCraw led off with a single
and Joe Lis followed with his
second home run of the seaso.
An inning later, John Ellis
singled with one out and scored
on a double by Bell, who took
third on the throw to the plate
and s c o r e d on McCraw's
grounder off reliever J o h n
"Blue Moon" Odom.
Bosmian, who was born and
still lives in Kenosha, Win , led
American League pitchers with
a 2.19 ERA in 1969 with Wah-
ington. He moved with the Sen-
ators to Texas and was traded
to Cleveland on May 9, 1973,
along with outfielder Ted Ford
for p it c h e r Steve Dunning.
Neither Ford nor Dunning is
still in the majors.
A masterpiece
ab r h bi
North cf 4 0 0 0
Campnris ss 3 0 0 0
Bando 3b 3 0 0 0
R Jackson rf 30 0 0
Rudi If 3 0 0 0
C Whntgn dh 3 0 0 0
Bourque 1b 3 0 0 0
D Green 2b 3 0 0 0
Haney c 2 0 0 0
J Alou ph 1 0 0 0
Hamilton p 0 0 0 0
Odom p 0 0 0 0
Knowles p 0 0 0 0
Total 28 0 0 0
ab r h bi
Lowenstn if 3 0 0 0
R Torres If 0 0 0 0
Duffy ss 4 0 0 0
Hendrick c 3 0 1 0
Spikes rf 3 0 0 0
Ellis c 3 1 1 0
B Bell 3b 3 1 21
McCraw lb 3 1 1 1
Lis dh 2 1 1 2
Gamble dh 1 0 0 0
Brohamr 2b 2 0 1 0
Bosman p 0 0 0 0
Total - 27 4 7 4
Oakland 000 000 000-0
Cleveland 002 200 00x-4
E-Bosman. DP-Oakland 2.
LOB-Oakland 1, Cleveland 1.
2B-B. Bell. HR-Lis (2),
. o ip hr er bb so
Hamilton L, 6-3 3% 5 4 404
Odom 3/100 11
Knowles 1 1 0 0 0 0
Bosman W, 2-0 9 0 0 0 0 4
HBP-by Hamilton, Broham-
er. T-1:56 A-24,302.

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