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May 19, 1978 - Image 19

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Brewers tap Tigers;
Band d's sac decisive

The Michigan Daily-riday, May 19,1978-Page 19
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST

MILWAUKEE (AP)
Sal Bando's eighth-inning sacrifice
fly scored Paul Molitor as the
Milwaukee Brewers, after squandering
a five-run lead, struck back and snap-
ped Detroit's four-game winning streak
with an 8-7 victory over the Tigers
yesterday.
Molitor led off the eight with a bunt
single and reached second on the play
on a wild throw by third baseman
Aurelio Rodriguez. After Cecil Cooper
sacrificed Molitor to third, Bando lofted
his fly to right breaking a 7-7 tie.
Detroit hsd tied the score with a five
run eight-inning rally highlighted by
Steve Kemp's three-run homer and an
RBI pinch double by Lance Parrish.
A pinch single by Mark Wagner, a
walk and a single by Jason Thompson
scored one run, and Kemp unloaded his
second homer of the year. After a two-
out pinch single by Rodriguez, Bill
Castro replaced reliever Bob McClure
and served up Parrish's game-tying
Nicklaus,
Player
leading
DUBLIN, Ohio (AP)-Jack Nicklaus,
the tournament founder and moving
force, and his old friend and golfing foe
Gary Player matched five-under-par
67s and shared the first-round lead
yesterday in the prestigious Memorial
Golf Tournament.
"It's probably the best driving round
I've ever had," the satisfied Nicklaus
said after he had tied the tournament
scoring record on the layout he
designed and built on his dream course,
the 7,106-yard Muirfield Village Golf
Club.
"ITWOULD have been almost im-
possible-the conditions would have
been almost unplayable-if we had not
been able to life and place," said
Player, the little South African
globetrotter, often a Nicklaus
houseguest when in this country.
HIe had the lead alone until bogeying
the 17th hole, missing the green. That
dropped him back into a share of the
lead and he had to one-putt the 18th to
save it.
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double.
The Brewers erased a 2-0 deficit with
four runs in the fourth. After an infield
hit by Sixto Lezcano and two walks
filled the bases, Buck Martinez
delivered a sacrifice fly for one run.
Molitor knocked in the second with an
RBI double and Cooper brought in the
final two with a single.
The Brewers took a 7-2 lead an inning
later on singles by Lezcano and Jim
Wohlford and a three-run homer by
Gorman Thomas, his eighth. %
The Tigers scored in the second on
Thompson's tenth homer and in the
third on singles by Al Trammell, Lou
Whitaker and Rusty Staub.

W L Pct. GB
Detroit ................21 10 .677 -
Boston ................ 23 12 .657 -
New York............19 13 .594 2%
Cleveland............16 16 .500 5%/
Milwaukee ............ 16 18 .471 6%
Baltimore............13 19 .406 8%
Toronto ............... 13 19 .406 8%1
WEST
Oakland ............... 22 12 .647 -
California............ 20 14 .588 2
Kansas City ........... 18 14 .563 3
Texas............... 16 15 .516 41/
Minnesota ............. 12 23 .343 101/
Seattle ................ 12 15 .324 111/2
Chicago ............... 10 21 .323 10 /
Late games not included

EAST
W L Pct. GB
Philadelphia .......... 17 14 .548 -
Montreal ..............17 15..545 -
Chcago ..............16 17 .485 2
Pittsburgh............14 19 .4244
New York............ 15 21 .417 4%
St. Louis ............ 14 22 .389 5%
WEST
San Francisco ......... 22 12 .647 -
Los Angeles ........... 21 14 .600 1%
Cincinnati.............20 15 .571 2%
Houston ............... 16 16 .500 5
San Diego............16 18 .471 6
Atlanta ................ 13 19 .406 8
Late games not included

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