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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 23, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 23, 1971

Orioles drub Royals;

Dodgers crunch
By The Associated Press per inning in boosting his record
KANSAS CITY - Home runs to 7-9.
by Dave Johnson and Merv
Rettenmund backed the five-hit ReeIS routed
pitching of Dave Leonhard as CINCINNATI - The Los An-
the Baltimore Orioles dafeated geles Dodgers bombed Cincinnati
the Kansas City Royals 4-0 last for five runs in the first inning
night. and went on to beat the Reds
Johnson's blast, his ninth, 8-4 last night behind Al Down-
came in the fifth inning after ing's seven-hit pitching.
Rettenmund had doubled. In the Dodgers' big first in-
ning Maury Wills scored on
Willie Davis' f i e 1 d e r choice.
Gibson great Richie Allen doubled Davis
ST. LOUIS - Two-time Cy home, and scored on Willie
Young Award winner Bob Gib- Crawford's single.
son pitched a five-hitter for his Wes Parkernbeat a throw to
46th career shutout as the St. the palte when Tom Haller hit
Louis Cardinals defeated the a slow roller down the first base
Philadelphia Phillies 8-0. line, and Crawford came in on
The shutout was the first of Bill Russell's single.
the season for the 35-year-old
Cardinals' right - hander, w h o Pirates plucked
permitted no more than one hit PITTSBURGH-Ken Hender-
son's leadoff triple and Jimmy
Rosario's single in the 10th in-
Mo or eague ning produced the tie-breaking
Ma jor League runand gave the San Francisco
Standin s Giants an 8-7 victory over the
an ng Pitsburgh Pirates yesterday.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
w 1 Pet. GB
Baltimore 59 36 .621 -
Boston 55 39 .505 3 ,
Detroit 50 45 .526 9
New York 47 51 .480 13%
Cleveland 40 56 .417 19'
Washington 39 55 .415 19'4
West
Oakland 60 34 .638 -
Kansas City 49 44 .527 00%
California 47 53 .470 16
Minnesota 43 52 .453 17%
Chicago 42 53 .442 18%
Milwaukee 40 53 .430 19%
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 4, Kansas City 0
Chicago 4, Boston 2
New York 13, Minnesota 4
Milwaukee 2, washington 0
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Kansas City at Cleveland
California at Baltimore
Oakland at Detroit
Washington at Chicago
New York at Milwaukee
Boston at Minnesota
NATIONAL LEAGUE
ast
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 63 34 .649 -
Chicago 52 44 .542 10
St. Louis 51 46 .520 12
NewYork 49 45 .521 12N
Philadelphia 42 56 .429 21i/
Montreal 39 58 .402 24
West
San Francisco 60 39 .606 -
Los Angeles 52 47 .525 8
Atlanta 51 51 .500 1lN
"ouston 40 48 .500 10',
Cincinnati 46 54 .460 14'..
San Diego 34 65 .343 26
Yesterday's Results
Houston 8, Montreal 2
New York 5, Chicago 1
St. Louis 8, P'hiladelyhia 0
Los Angtles 8, Cincinnati 4
Atlanta 1, San Diego 0
San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh7 , 10 inn.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago
Houston at New York
St. Louis at Montreal
Pittsburgh at San Diego
Atlanta at Los Ang Fes
Cininnati at SnFancisc

The Pirates, trailing 7-3, tied
it in the ninth inning as they
drove Juan Marichal from the
mound. Roberto Clemente's two-
run pinch-hit double tied the
score 7-7 after Renaldo Stennett
drove in a run with a sacrifice
fly and Vic Davalillo poked a
run-scoring single.
Cubs clubbed
CHICAGO-Tommie Agee hit
two solo home runs and Ken
Boswell s l a m m e d a two-run
homer as the New York Mets
defeated the Chicago Cubs 5-1
yesterday behind Tom Seaver's
six-hitter.
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