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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August 14, 1971

Tigers lose to

Twins in ninth

By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL-
Harmon Killebrew's bases-load-
ed single in the bottom of the
ninth inning drove in two runs
and lifted the Minnesota Twins
- to a 4-3 victory over the Detroit
Tigers last night.
Jim Holt started the Twins'
winning rally with a leadoff
double in the ninth. After pinch
hitter Danny Thompson struck
out, Tom Timmerman replaced
Detroit starter Les Cain.
Then, Cesar Tovar got an in-
field single on a play in which
he collided with first baseman
Maior League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W . Pet. GB
Baltimore 71 42 .628 -
Detoit 64 53 .547 9
Boston 64 54 .542 9
New York 60 59 .504 14
Washington 48 69 .410 25
Cleveland 4 70 .407 25
West - a
Oakland 76 4 _ .644 -
Kan.sas it 61 . 55 .56 4
Chicago 5~ 63 .466 21
California 55 65 .458 22
Minnesota 52 64 .448 23
Mlwaukee 49 63 .42 26
Yesterday's Reslts
Baltimore 13. Chicago 1
Milwaukee 9, Cleveland 1
Minnesota 4, Detroit 3
Washington 4, Calionia6
Kanss City5, Boston I
Oakland 5, New York 2
Today's Games
Detroit at Minnesota s
Cleveland at Milwaukee
Baltimore at Chicago
Oakland at New York
Calionia at Wahingon
Kansas City at Boston .
NATONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 71 48 .597 -
St. Louis 65 54 .54 6
Chicago 63 53 .543 6
New York 58 57 .504 11
Philadelphia 5 65 .444 10
Montel 06 36 .397 23,
San Francisco 69 51 .55 -
Los Angeles 64 54 .542 4
Atlanta 63 59 .516 7
Houston 59 59 .500 9
Cincinnati 56 64 .467 13
San Diego 44 76 .367 25.
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 8, Chicago 2
St Louis 2, Pittsurgh 0
Houston 8, Atlanta 2
Montreal at Los Angeles, ine.
New York at San Francisco, inc.
Philadelphia at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, night
Houston at Atlanta, night
Montreal at Los Angeles, night
New York at San Francisco
Chicago at Cincinnati, night
Only games scheduled
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New York Magazine
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Norm Cash. Cash left the game
limpinsg.
Senators blank
WASHINGTON -Denny Mc-
Lain tossed his first shutout
since April 27, and only his third
of the season, scattering 10 hits
last night as the Washington
Senators defeated the California
Angels 4-0 .
Dave Nelson's bases loaded
single sent home two runs in
the Washington first off Andy
Messersmith, 11-12, after Tom
McCraw walked with the bases
loaded for the first run.
Royals rip
BOSTON -Dick Drago gave
up a first inning home run to
Reggie Smith, then stopped the
Red Sox the rest of the way last
night as the Kansas City Royals
defeated Boston 5-1.
The loss was the Red Sox'
fifth in a row.
Drago, 15-0, scattered nine
hits. He had strong defensive
support as the Royals executed
five double plays.
Cards win
PITTSBURGH - Left-hander
Jerry Reuss baffled Pittsburgh
with a four-hitter as the St.
Louis Cardinals defeated the
slumping Pirates 2-0 last night.
Gene Clines beat out a high
bouncer over the mound in the-
first inning and from then on
Reuss, 11-12, was in command.
He didn't allow another hit
until Dave Cash hit a two-out
single in the eighth. Singles by
Manny Sanguillen and Bob
Robertson in the ninth were the
other Pittsburgh hits.
Astros crunch
ATLANTA - Right - hander
Don Wilson fired a five-hitter
last night and benefitted from
a three-run homer by Cesar
Cedeno and a two-run blast by
Joe Morgan as the Houston
Astros defeated the Atlanta
Braves 8-2.
Four of the hits off Wilson,
11-7, were for extra-bases in-
cluding homers by Earl Wil-
liams and Marty Perez.
Houston scored its first run in
the second when Rich Chiles'
single drove in Denis Menke,

who had walked. The Braves
tied it in their half of the inn-
ing when Williams slammed his
22nd home run of the season. It
was Williams' fourth hit in four
at-bate in two games and his
third straight homer.
Reds romp
CINCINNATI - Don Gullett
pitched no-hit ball for seven
innings, until Cleo James' dou-
ble snapped the spell in the
eighth, and the Cincinnati Reds
went on to an 8-2 triumph over
the Chicago Cubs last night.
The 20-year-old Gullett, who
wasn't even on the Reds' roster
a year ago last spring and just
two years out of high school,
allowed just two runners-one a
walk and the other a hit bat-
ter-before James' hit fell be-
yond rightfielder Pete Roses'
glove.
Athletics overcome
NEW YORK --Scrappy Bert
Campaneris keyed three Oak-
land rallies and the A's camne

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