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Thursday, June 8, 1972

THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

Page Eleven-

Tig;? y":.. ers tamed by Ran;

3; * irds
From Wire Service Reports
The Detroit Tigers finally had
a bad day yesterday, losing their
own game 4-1 to California's
flame-thrower Nolan Ryan and
seeing rival Baltimore break its
five game loss streak with a
11-2 pasting of Minnesota.
Oakland, leaders of the West,
rolled past the returning-to-nor-
malcy Cleveland Indians, 10-4,
but Chicago kept close behind
Oakland with a 2-1 win over the
Boston Red Sex.
Magic Number: 109
S... For the first in a long time
the Tiger's magic number didn't
shrink yesterday as the Bengals
lost and the Birds won. But 109
is pretty low. Maybe Martin's
- really got something going in
the Motor City?
Detroit was stifled on three
hits by Ryan's fast ball as the
-Assactated Press
CHICAGO WHITE SOX SHORTSTOP Rich Morales streaks from ex-Met won his fifth game to
improve his record to 5-4. Joe
first to third on -a hit by Dick Allen in yesterday's White Sox improvehi sood ro5-ivo
Niekro who was so impressive
win. Morales just beat the throw into third. Why's he running last weekend also returned to
to the right? Well, the picture's reversed. What about the normalcy, getting shelled out in
glove? Would you believe ... less than five innings and sur-
PHILS FINALLY WIN:
evean shuts out Giants, -
SAN FRANCISCO - Right- by Marichal, singles by Cleve- Reds trimmed the New York
hander Reggie Cleveland fired a land, Lou Brock and Sizemore, Mets 6-3 last night and stayed
five-hitter and Joe Torre slam- an error by leftfielder Ken Hen- on the heels of the Los Angeles
med his seventh home run of derson on Sizemore's hit and a Dodgers.
the season, leading the St. Louis single by Torre. Jim McGlothlin, 3-4, rapped
Cardinals to a 6-0 victory yes- Cleveland, 5-4, toughened af- for two runs in the New York
terday over the San Francisco ter surviving a second-inning first, struggled throughout un-
Giants and Juan Marichal. threat. Dave Rader doubled til the Mets chased him with
Torre led off the second in- with two out and Marichal fol- another in the seventh.
ning with his homer off Mari- lowed with a single -to right.
chal, 2-9. The Cardinals added a But Rader was cut down at theEp w
run in the fifth on a single by plate on Bernie Carbo's throw Expos wR M
Cleveland and a triple by Ted to Ted Simmons. MONTREAL-Mike Jorgensen
Sizemore. drove in three runs in the third
And they scored four times it inning with a bases-loaded triple
the ninth on Jose Cruz' single At last! that powered the Montreal Ex-
a two-base wild pickoff throw PHILADELPHIA - Greg Lu- pos to a 5-2 victory over the
_ ~~ ~~~Atlana'rvelc""a1

end loss string

rendering three of the Angels'
runs.
Ken McMullen started the
Angel fifth with a single and
Leroy Stanton and John Stephen-
son, two more ex-Mets followed
with singles through the box
for the first run. Leo Cardenas
then doubled in both Stanton
and Stephenson before Niekro,
1-1, could retire Ryan.
One more Angel run came in
the eighth off ex-Astro and Card
Chris Zachary. Ex-Red, Card,
and Indian Vada Pinson walked,
moved to third on ex-Royal Bob
Oliver's hit and scored on a
bounder off Dick McAuliffe's
shoulder.
The Orioles ended their loss
streak at the expense of Minne-
sota, 11-2, which slipped further
behind Western Division leading
Oakland.
The Oriole batters were led by
young Bobby Grich, one of three
youngsters in the reshuffled
Oriole lineup. Grich belted a
three run home run, his first of
the season, in the first inning
to give the Birds' an early lead
off Jim Perry.
Veterans Dave Johnson and
Boog Powell and Brooks Robin-
son also contributed to the
cause, perhaps saving themselves
from the wrath of manager Earl
Weaver who said Tuesday night
that perhaps some of his veto-
rans are "over the hill."
Johnson drove home two runs
while Powell and the only Rob-
inson left in town each added
two hits and one RBI.
The Twins, who now trail Oak-
land by five games helped the
Orioles out with four errors,
three of them in the fifth when
Baltimore scored five runs.
Oakland's batters were in fine
form, rapping out 14 hits in-
cluding two home runs as they
gave Cleveland its twelfth loss
in its last 14 games.
Benefitting from the hitting
barrage was lefthander Ken
Holtzman who pitched a nifty
14-hitter for his ninth win of the

year, tying with Mickey Lolich
and Gaylord Perry as the ma-
jor's winningest pitcher.
Joe Rudi and Mike Epstein hit
the home runs, both off Dick
Tidrow, as the A's blew one lead
but then came back to win.
Rudi's blast started Oakland's
three run first inning rally and
Epstein followed two batters
later with a two-run smash.
Cleveland rallied for three runs
in the second to tie the score,
the key hits being singles by
Jack Brohamer, Eddie Leon, and
Alex Johnson.
But Oakland scored one run
in the third and then four more
in the fourth, shelling out Tid-
row, 4-6, as they erupted for four
more hits, the biggest one a
two-run triple by Rudi.
Oakland's other prime chal-
lenger in the West, Chicago, was
led by its team leader, Dick Al-
len, for the 2-1 win over the
Red Sox.
Allen's triple brought home
Mike Andrews with the first Chi-
cago run in the -first inning and
Andrews drove home the winner
in the fourth to give ex-Yankee
Stan Bahnsen (does anyone re-
member Rich McKinney?) his
seventh win. Bahnsen is now 7-6.
A n d r e w s delivered in the
fourth, off loser Luis Tiant, 1-2,
followingdsingles by Ed Herr-
mann and Rich Morales and a
walk to Pat Kelly with a sacri-
fice fly.
Among the lesser lights in the
American League, Kansas City
came from behind to edge Mil-
waukee, 5-4, and New York used
a big third inning to overcome
Texas 7-5.
Amos Otis' two-run double in
the eighth gave the Royals and
reliever Tom Burgemier, 4-1, its
victory. Milwaukee had taken a
4-3 lead in the top of the eighth
on Ellie Rodriguez' single.
For the Yankees, it took six
consecutive singles and a sacri-
fice fly to score six runs in the
third and knock out Ranger
starter Jim Shellenback, 1-3.

Maj'ors end
player draft
NEW YORK W - Major
league baseball clubs, possibly
pointed in that direction by the
quick success of Pete Broberg
and Burt Hooton, reached out
for pitching help yesterday in
the secondary phase of their
annual draft.
Bob Lesslie, a fireballing
right-hander at Kansas State
University, was made the No. 1
pick by the Los Angeles Dodg-
ers, and by the time the first
round was over a dozen pitch-
ing prospects had been tapped.

zinski cracked a two-run double
to highlight a three-run sixth
inning last night that carried
Philadelphia to a 3-1 victory
over the Houston Astros, ending
the Phillies' lbsing streak at nine
games.
Steve Carlton, 6-6, with relief
help from Darrell Brandon in
the eighth inning, picked up the
victory, only the second for the
Phillies in the last 21 games.
Carlton, who developed a sore
back in the seventh, had drop-
ped five straight devisions.
Reds rock Mets
NEW YORK - Tony Perez
drove in four runs, three with a
first-inning double, and reliever
Tom Hall snuffed out a late-
game rally as the Cincinnati

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Professional League Standings
American League National League
East
East W L Pet. GB
W L Pet. Gj Nei York 32 14 .696 -
Detroit 25 19 .568 - Pittsburgh 28 16 .636 3
Baltimore 2 2 .500 3 Chicago 24 19 .558 64
Cleveland 20 22 .476 4 Montreal 20 25 .444 11
Boston 18 23 .39 5? St. Louis 19 28 .404 13>
New York 19 25 .432 6 Philadelphia 17 29 .370 15
Milwaukee 15 25 .375 8 West
Los Angeles 29 18 .617 -
k We7t Cincinnati 28 19 .596 1
Oakland 31 i1i .70 Hoston 27 20 .574 2
Minnesota 25 17 .598 5 ton 21 24 .407 7
Chicago 26 18 .591 5 Ataa21 4A77
San Diego 16 30 .348 121
Californ ia 22 25 .468 10' San Francisco 17 36 .321 15
Kansas City 19 25 .432 12 Yesterday's Results
Texas 19 27 .413 13 St. Louis 6, San Francisco 0
Philadelphia 3, Houston 1
Yesterday's Results Iontreal 5, Atlanta 2
Cincinnati 6, New York 3
Chicago 2, Boston I Pittsburgh 12, San Diego 5, 2nd
Baltimore 11, Minnesota 2 game inc.
Oakland 10, Cleveland 4 Ccago at Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Games
California 4, Detroit I Houston (Dierker, 5-2) at Philadelphia
New York 7, Texas 5 (Champion, 3-3)
Kans* City 4, Milwaukee 3 Atlanta (Kelley, 3-5) at Montreal
(Stoneman, 5-4), night
Tonight's Games Cincinnati (Grimsley, 2-1) at New
York (seaver, 8-2)
Milwaukee (Parsons, 5-2) at Kansas Chicago (Pappas, 4-3) at Los Angeles
City (Splittorff, 4-3) (John 4-3), night
New York (Stottlemyre, 5-6) at Texas St. Louis (Spinks, 3-2) at San Fran-
Cisco (McDowell, 6-3)
(Broberg, 3-4) Pittsburgh (Moose, 3-2) at San Diego
Only games seheduled (Arlin, 4-5), eight

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