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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, August 11, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, August 11, 1971

Bengas bomb
Brewers, 12-3

By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Dick Mc-
Auliffe, Norm Cash and Bill
Freehan combined to drive in
eight runs and power the De-
troit Tigers to a 12-3 victory
over the Milwaukee Brewers last
night.
McAuliffe drove in two runs
wit ha leadoff home run in the
fourth and a triple in the sixth.
Freehan slammed his 17th
home run, a three-run shot over
the left field fence, to cap a
four-run third inning. It was his
fourth homer in two games.
Cash added a sacrifice fly and
a two-run homer in the ninth.
A's get twin win
BOSTON - The high-riding
Oakland A's opened a 10-game
Eastern swing by sweeping a
day - night doubleheader from
the Boston Red Sox yesterday,
winning the opener 6-5 on Gene
Tenace's two-out single in the
ninth inning and taking the
nightcap 7-5 with the help of
homeruns by Sal Bando, Reggie
Jackson and Dave Duncan.

Alou singled home Jack Hiatt,
who had walked and moved to
second on a sacrifice by Forsch.
Royals rout Nats
WASHINGTON -- Mike Hed-
lund and Ted Abernathy com-
bined for a four-hitter as the
Kansas City Royals completed
a doubleheader s w e e p against
Washington last night with a
3-1 victory over the Senators.
U.S. baseball

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Astros edge Reds
CINCINNATI - Jesus Alou's
bloop single in the seventh in-
ning drove in the tie-breaking
run and Ken Forsch allowed
four hits-only 'one after the
first inning - as the Houston
Astros defeated the Cincinnati
Reds 3-2 last night.
Major Leag'
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F st
WL Pet. GB
Baltimore 68 42 .0 79 -
Boston 04 51 .557 6?!.
Detroit 62 52 .545 8
New York 58 58 .500 13r>
Washington 46 67 .407 24
Cleveland 46 69 .400 24x/
West
Oakland 73 42 .635 -
Kansas City 58 54 .518 1314
Chicago 55 60 .477 18
California 55 62 .470 19
Minnesota 51 62 .451 21
Milwaukee 48 65 .424 24
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3
Detroit 12, Milwaukee 3
Cleveland 4, Chicago 1
Kansos City 5, Washington 2, 1st
Kansas City 3, Washington 1, 2nd
Oakland 6, Bloston 5, lot
Oakland 7, Boston 5, 2nd
Calitornia 7, New York 0
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Baltimore at Minnesota
Detroit at Milwaukee
Cleveland at Chicago
Kansas City at Washington
California at New York
Oakland at Boston

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