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Arroyo blanks Jays, 9-0

By DON MacLACHLAN
and PAUL CAMPBELL
Special To The naily
DETROIT - The Toronto
Blue Jays are finally starting
to look like an expansion club
- much to the relief of the De-
troit Tigers.
The Tigers had only beaten
first-year Toronto once out of
five times before their current
three-game series. But Detroit
breezed to a sharp 9-0 win over
a slightly inept Blue Jay crew
to complement an easy 7-2 vic-
tory on Tuesday.
A 13-hit power attack, fine
pitching by Fernando Ar-
royo, and solid infield defense
all meshed to give the Tigers
their fourth victory in their
last five games before a large
mid-week crowd of 11,349.
For the second night in a row,
Detroit jumped on Blue Jay
pitching for runs in the first
inning. Starter Dave Leman-
czyk, who only lasted for two

outs, issued a leadoff walk to
Ron LeFlore, who notched three
safeties for the evening, includ-
ing a triple.
Tito Fuentes shortened up to
bunt, but instead punched a
single into short left through
the space vacated by the charg-
ing Toronto infield. LeFlore
went to third on the play and
Fuentes advanced to second
when Rusty Staub flied out to
left.
Steve Kemp knocked in
both men when he drilled a
sharp single to right. Kemp
himself scored when Toronto
leftfielder Al Woods dropped
Jason Thompson's fly ball,
resulting in a three-base er-
ror and a 3-0 Tiger lead.
Ben Oglivie, who also blasted
a huge two-run homer in the
fifth, accounted for the final
Bengal run of the opening
frame with a sacrifice fly that
scored Thompson.
The Toronto defensive play

was shaky all night and once
again aided the Tigers in the
second inning.
LeFlore singled off reliever
Tom Bruno, stole second and
advanced to third when catcher
Alan Ashby's throw sailed into
centerfield.
The speedy Tiger scored
easily when Staub's short fly
landed between centerfielder
Steve Bowling and shortstop
Bob Bailor.
Bruno iced the Bengal bats
until the fifth when Oglivie
cleared the fence in right giv-
ing the Tigers a 7-0 lead.
Detroit scored single runs in
the sixth and seventh off Bruno
and ex-Tiger Dennis DeBarr to
pad Arroyo's lead to 9-0.
LeFlore scored his third run
in the sixth on a Staub ground-
out, and Phil Mankowski sing-
led Oglivie across the plate in
the seventh.
Arroyo, who upped his sea-
son's mark to 5-3 on the
strength of his second com-

plete game, had the Blue
Jays hitting the ball on the
ground for much of the game.
His infield backed him up
well, gobbling up 15 grounders
without an error and adding
two flawless double plays.
Arroyo's fine performance,
which gained him his first
career shutout, included only
five hits -and one walk. It was
indicative of the recent im-
provement of the D e t r o i t
moundsmen. The team earned
run average has dropped from
4.23 on June 3rd to 3.94, the
lowest figure of the season.
Part of the reason for the ERA
drop has been the return to form
of Mark Fidrych. "The Bird"
surrendered only one earned run
in two complete game victories
on the coast.
Fidrych will return to the
mound tonight to try to com-
plete a three-game sweep of
Toronto for his team. The Blue
Jays will counter with rookie
ace Jerry Garvin (7-3).

Dandy f'Nando
TORONTO
Bailor ss 4 0b 5
Awoods It 40#
Howell 3b 4 0
Fairty lb0 l
Rader dhs 30
Velez rf
Ashbyc0
Me~ay 2b5 i
noing e f
Total s
l)EThOIT
ab r h
LeFlre ci 4 3
Foents2 5
stanb dh 5
Kemp if 4
ITipsi, lb 4 ? l
Ogtilvie rfi
MMay c
Mansi i3b 4 0 ,
Scrivnr ss 4 l
Total 36 9 1
Toento 0 0 0 0 0 00
Detroit 4 10 0 2C1ii,
E-AWoods, Ashby. P -Ieti
LOB--Toronto 4, Detroit s.
Howell, Otilvie.ell-cOre. H
Otiisie i0. SF-Otive
IP it ca tt8
Lmnezyk L.4-6 -2 3 :4
Brro 41 374
De ar . 3 3 1.
Arroyo W.5-3 9 500
T-2=07. A-11349.

_2~tu' o(the Jsai TEAMS SCRAMBLE TO BEAT DEADLINE
Mets deal Seaver to Reds

Shut out wiped out
The Michigan hockey team was not shut out in the NHL amateur By The Associated Press a
NEW YoRK - Star pitcherS
draft after all, as was erroneously reported in yesterday's DAILY. To Seaver, d u b b e d "The
Forward Mark Miller was chosen by the New York Rangers Franchise" for his 10 years of e
in the 12th round of Tuesday's draft. p r e t i u m performance, was a
Miller, a 6-0, 180-pounder from Essex, Ontario, netted seven traded by the New York Mets b
goals and 16 assists in 40 games for the Blue icers. to the Cincinnati Reds last night, w
American college hockey players are usually drafted by the A s s o c i a t e d Press has le
the NHI. after their sophomore season. Yesterday's DAILY learned.
may have implied that senior Kris Manery had not been THE REDS, two-time defend- A
drafted, when in fact the Cleveland Barons (then the California ing world champions, will be W
Seals) drafted him two years ago. giving up four players to get ti
Two other Wolverine skaters are NHL property. The Chicago Seaver, regarded the best in his
Black Hawks hold the rights to Dave Debol, and the Los Angeles craft in the past decade. The is
Blac B-wk oldthe ighs t Dae Deolandthenew Mets will be pitcher Pat ji
Kings hold them on defenseman Rob Palmer. neZchrysiwildepitcgerynat
-DAILY SPORTS Zachry, infielder Doug Flynn t
Richards calls its quits Major League o
SC O o SiSg tandings D
NEW YORK-Dr. Renee Richards has told friends she plans AMERICAN LEAGUE s
to quit pro tennis and resume her practice as an eye surgeon in East t
Newport Beach,,Calif., the New York Post said Tuesday. B8sin W L Pet. GB
The 42-year-old transsexual, formerly Dr. Richard Raskind, New York 35 26 .574 l,
recently signed with the Cleveland-Pittsburgh Nets of World Team Baltimore 32 27 .541 2y.
Mliwaukee 30 32 A44 6
Tennis. But she decided last weekend to quit after failing another Detroit 26 31 .450 32 N
sex test. Cleveland 24 31 .436 05
Dr. Richards was barred from the French and Italian opens Toronto 23 34 .404 10
west
after failing chromosome tests and is being kept out of Wim- Minnesota 34 25 .576 -
Chicago 31 27 .534 2y;,
Oledon.Calitornia 29 27 .518 3%
The post reported sources said WTT Commissioner Butch Texas 29 27 .518 3y>
Buchholz, fearing a walkout of women in the league, ordered Dr. Oakand 28 9 .41 5
Richards to take a chromosome test after she had passed one. Seattle 23 i .391 l~
The second time, she failed. --AP Yesterday's Results
Mlwaukee 6, Baltimore 2
Texas 9, Cleveland 0
Detroit 9, Toronto 0
NFL QB's on the move Lair amesnotinriuded
Today's Games
SAN DIEGO-Los Angeles Rams quarterback James Harris Oakiand (Langtord, 4-4) at Seattle
accepted a San Diego Charger offer as the best of three Tuesday (Aiat, 26). (Augustine, 7-7) at
night and will join the Chargers in July. Baltimore (May, 8-5), n.
"This definitely will give us depth at quarterback," said Chicago (stone, 6-5) at Boston
Charger Coach Tommy Pronthro. Toronto (Garvin, 7-3 at Detroit
Earlier Tuesday it was revealed at the National Football (fidrych, 2-2), n.
Kansas City (Leonard, 4-6) at New
League owners' meeting in New York that the Chargers were York (Guidry. 4-2), n.
not alone in chasing Harris. An official said the direction Harris Caifornia (Ryan, 9-5) at Minne-
took would be strictly his own decision. sota (Goitz, 5-4), n.
Rick Smith, a Charger spokesman, said Harris will have to NATIONAL LEAGUE
compete with quarterbacks Dan Fouts, who started most of last East
season, Clint Longley and Neal Jeffrey. CaLo LPt. G
g Chcago 37 19 .6111 -
The San Francisco 49ers also announced yesterday they have Pittsburgh 32 23 .582 45
purchased the contract of quarterback Pat Sullivan from the St. Louis 33 25 .69 5
Philadetphia 3182B 534 7
Chicago Bears. Montreal 25 32 .439 12%
At the same time, said General Manager Joe Thomas, the New York 26 34 .43 13
49ers waived third-string quarterback Marty Domres. Los Antes 39 1 .650 -
The move leaves the 49ers with three veteran quarterbacks: Cincinnati Si 27 .534 7
San Franriswo 26 34 .433 53
Jim Plunkett, Scott Bull and Sullivan. San Diego 27 3 .422 .
Sullivan was the winner of the 1971 Heisman Trophy at Auburn Houston 2S 36 .410 143
University and was chosen in the second-round NLF draft by the Atlanta s 3 40 .365 17%
Yesterday's stesuts
Atlanta Falcons in 1972.. He played four years with Atlanta and New York 6, Atlanta 5
played out his option in 1975, Late games not included
He was signed by the Washington Redskins but cut by St. Louisday' G -) tames
them in preseason training and sat out the '76 season. Francisco (Barr, 7-5).
Chicago signed him as a free agent in March of this year, but Boostont(MeLauhlin, 1-3) at New
Tork."(Esplaosa, 3-4), a.
later the Bears made a trade which brought them quarterback Chicage (surdis, -5) at San iego
Mike Phipps from Cleveland and also drafted Vince Evans as a (Jones, 4-), na.
Pittsburegh (Candciarla, 7-2) at
ro(oke from, SC .----AP -i.L os neltes ia, ,a

ON i qwv "W MOVE 7 low ! IRMW .:. W 'ftm W

nd top minor league prospect
teve Henderson, an outfielder.
The Associated Press also
arned that a fourth player
would be included in the deal,
ut it is not known who he is or
whether he is a major or minor
eaguer.
In other deals, the Oakland
's acquired veteran outfielder
ithe Crawford from the Na-
onal League's Houston Astros.
CRAWFORD, 30, batted .280
n 36 games with Houston. He
oined the Astros during spring
raining after being traded by
he San Francisco Giants.
The Astros got a young A's
utfield prospect, 23 - year - old
ennis Walling, who was as-
igned to Charleston of the In-
ernational League.
The Pittsburgh Pirates dealt

pinch-hitter Ed Kirkpttrici
the Texas Rangers for ret
infielder Jim Fregosi.
FREGOSI, 35, came up to
majors in 1961 with the lm
geles Angeles. ie was trade
the New York Mets after
1971 season and has been
the Rangers since July 1973.
Kirkpatrick, 32, first ent
the majors with California
1967, appearing in only tI
game. He moved to Pittsb
from the Kansas City Roy-it
1974.
The Reds also traded t
ace reliever Rawly Easts
to the St. Louis Cardinals ft
minor league pitcher, Doug
pilla. In another deal, the I
sent pitcher Mike Caldwell
Milwaukee for a pair of Mi
leaguers.

Pitcher Tom Seaver wonders what it'll be like pItch
the World Champion Cincinnati Reds, as he was traded
Mets yesterday jor pitcher Pat Zachary, infielder D04.
and two other players. Toni Terrific Is probably drea
the hitting support he'll get from the Reds-a 15e11
. as.aot beea cstopted tO. ._

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