THE MICHIGAN DAILY
July 28, 1977
Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, J uly 28, 1977
ARROYO, RODRIGUEZ SPARKLE
Tigers topple Chisox, 3-1
By Tih' A voeia td P- With one out in the eighth.
CHI CAG- Arelio Rodri<teZ Wilbur W o o d, 5-3, yielded
belted a two-run homer and eight hits, struck out three and
Fernando Arroyo pitched 71 walked five in taking the loss.
strong innings last night 'o lead Rodriguez' h o m e run, his
the Detroit Tigers to a 3-1 vic- fifth of the year, followed a -
tory over the Chicago White walk to Mickey Stanley and
Sox. wiped out a 1-0 Chicago lead in
the second. The Tigers added a
run in the ninth when Rodriguez
walked, went to third on a sin-
gle by Ron LeFlore and scored sing
on a single by Tito Fuentes. eac
The White Sox tallied in the andT
first when they loaded the bases hits
on a pair of singles and a walk,
and Oscar Gamble grounded ers
into a run-scoring forgeout. Rei
Jorge Orta walked with wit
one out in the Chicago eighth .nM
and Richie Zisk followed with dw
a single, sending Orta to dowi
third and chasing Arroyo. seve
Hiller came on to strike out the
pinch hitter Lamar Johnson
and Chet Lemon to end the
threat and gain his fifth save.
The loss snapped a six game
winning streak for the Ameri-
can League West Division lead-
ing White Sox.
Aurielo Rodriguez Brewers bomb Bosox
belts 2-run homer BOSTON - Don Money, Cecil
Cooper and Von Joshua collect-
Arroyo struck out two and ed three hits apiece last night
swalked three to hike his as thse Milwaukee Brewers ral- t
record to 6-9 and end a six- lied to snap akfive-game losing
game personal losing streak, streak with an 14-5 victory over n
but needed relief help from the Boston Red Sox. ti
John Hiller, who came on Money hit a two-run homer, a
with runners on first and third his 15th of the season, and two
Major League Standiuigs
AMIEICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE s
w L Pct. GB w L Pet. GB th
Btatinmore 56 42 .571 - (ihicage 5803is59ant
Boton 54 42 .563 1 Piiadelphiaa 5t 40 5181
New York 54 44 .551 2 Pittsburgh 56 42 .571 21/ in
Cleveand 43 51 .457 11 St. Louis 5 46 a31 61
Detroit 44 53 .454 lii' Montreat 4, 5lt.485ait
Milwaukee 43 55 .439 13 New York 41 57 a4181 1, -
Toesnia 34 63 .351 31. west ~ u
Wlest Los Angeles 61 31 ,616-
Chicago a9 36 .621 - Ciiiinnati 49 41 5551it
Kansas City 53 40 .570 5 Houston 46 54 460 15Y: "
Minnesota .044 .556 6 SanFrancisco 46,56 .451 16/ i
Texas 51 44 .537 8 San Diets 43 59 .422 191/
California 46 49 .484 13 Atlanta 35 62 .361 25
keatdle 44 558 431 1t. Late games not included
Oakland 4i 56 .423319tt
Late games not included Yesterday's Results to
Today's Games Cincinnati 6-1, Chicago 2-5 d
Milsaskec (Hinds, 2-2) at Boston New York 7, San Francisco 4
taltimore (Flanagan, 8-8) at New Today's Games by
York (Torrez, 8-10). Cincinnati (Capilla, 2-2) at Chi
Minnesota (Zahn, 9-7) at Seattle cago (Renko, 0-1 or Broberg, 1-0).
(Wheelock, -6). Philadelphia (Kaat, 4-4) at Los
Texas (Perry, 8-8) at Toronto Angeles (John, 10-4). st
(Lemanvzyk, 8-0), n. Houston (Larson, 0-) at Pitts-
Cleveland (Eckersly. 9-7) at Kan- burgh (Rooker, 8-5), n.
sas City, n. Atlanta (Capra, 2-) at St. Louis th
California (lartzell, 4-6) at Oak- (Urrea, 2-3), n.
landl (Norris, 2-7), n. Only games schedule
les. Cooper and Joshua
drilled a pair of doubles
the Brewers." unloaded 19
s against four Boston pitch-
, bouncing hack after the
A Sox had gone in front 5-3
h a three-run sixth inning.
ilwaukee scored four runs
the eighth inn'g to nail
n the decision, then added
n more in the ninth with
aid of two Boston errors.
Cooper and Money started the
eighth-inning rally with singles.
Jim Wynn singled across Coop-
er and Jaime Quirk tied the
score with a line single to right.
Boston first baseman George
Scott permitted the tie-breaking
runto score by committing his
20th error of the season and
Charlie Moore singled home an
Bob McClure, the third Mil-
waukee pitcher earned the vic-
tory, his second without a loss.
Bob Stanley, the second of four
Boston pitchers, suffered the
defeat, evening his record at
Cards trip Braves
ST. LOUIS - Garry Tem-
pleton's sacrifice fly and Tony
Scott's infield hit snapped a 3-3
deadlock in the seventh inning
lifting the St. Louis Cardisats
to a 4-3 victory over the Atlan
ta Braves Wednesday night
The blows by Templeton ans
Scott capped a three run ral
after the Braves scored twice
in the top of the inning on four
walks, Barry Bonnell's run
scoring grounder and a but
single by Vic Correll.
Hector Cruz triggered the
St. Louis counter assault with
a single off Rick Camp, 6.3,
and moved to second one out
later when Mike Phillips drew
Cards .pinch hitter Dave Ra
der was safe at first when sec-
ond baseman Rod Gilbreath's
throw drew Willie Montanez of1
the bag and reliever Don Col-
lins' bases loaded walk to lou
Brock produced a 3-3 tie.
Cincy's Rose eyes managing
position with Reds in future
By The Associated tress
CHICAGO - Although it sometimes seems
hat Cincinnati Reds third baseman Pete Rose
ever will grow old, there already is specula-
on that he may stay in the dugout as a man-
ger once his playing career is over.
The 36-year-old Rose admits he would like
stay in baseball, either as a coach or a
"I WOULD TAKE a coaching position," he
aid, "but not some $20,000-a-year job. I'd
ant to be a special hitting instructor or some-
ing like that, a Ted Williams kind of coach."
Rose said he would like to manage,"but only
The veteran third baseman feels he might
e the kind of manager he's currently playing
"I think I'd be a lot like Sparky," Rose said.
Anybody knows the strategy. That ain't the
"WHAT IS IMPORTANT is to get the players
bust their butts for you. That's what Sparky
oes, and think I could do it."
Rose, of course, has always been a leader
y example with his hustle and driving atti-
Could he learn to accept less than his
"Just the last couple of years, I've learned
at a guy like Joe Morgan needs rest oc-
casionally and that a player can becomc
moody," Rose said. "I've learned to accept
ROSE LOOKS upon managing as a test of
character, rather than baseball knowledge.
"Tommy Helms and Lee May told me when
they went to Houston, there was a black-white
problem there," Rose said. "I believe that
comes from the manager. Sparky is the kind
of guy who never lets that happen.
"Look at our team. We have a lot of dif-
ferent kind of guys. We don't have any trou-
bles along those lines and it comes from the
Rose believes that as a manager, he would
like to .work with his general manager.
"I'D LIKE HIM to come into the clubhouse
I think he should," said Rose. "He doesn't have
to be there patting a guy on his back whel
he goes four-for-four. The guy doesn't need
"But when a team is going like we're going,
when a player is having a bad time of it,
that's when he needs someone from the front
office to come down and give him a pat on the
fanny and tell him to hang in there."
Reds President Bob Howsam recently sat
with Rose for more than a half-hour discussing
the fortunes of the team and on another occa-
sion, he called Rose to congratulate him on
breaking the career record for switch hitting
In yesterday's action at Bos-
ton's Fenway Park, Boston
catcher Carlton Fisk puts the
tage on sliding Milwaukee
Brewer Cecil Cooper (left). The
throw from leftfielder Carl
Yastrzemski came to the plate
an instant before Cooper, try'
ing to score from second 5on
single by Don Money. Cooper
caught his spikes on the plate
(right) and was slightly injur-
ed. He was removed from the
game and received treatineft.
The Brewers won the contest