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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 7, 1975

Coleman one-hits Brewers

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Joe Coleman fired
a one-hitter and Ron Leflore hit
a two-run single in the fifth in-
ning last night, helping the De-
troit Tigers to a 4-2 victory over
the Milwaukee Brewers.
The only hit Coleman surren-
dered was George Scott's two-
run homer in the first inning.

The right-hander finished with
four walks and eight strikeouts
in winning his second game in
five decisions this baseball sea-
son.
THE TRIUMPH broke a three-
game Tigers losing streak and
snapped a five-game Brewers
winning streak-their longest in
a year.

Pete Broberg, 4-3, gave up a
two-out solo home run to Bill
Freehan in the Detroit fourth to
start the Tiger scoring.
Leon Roberts opened the Ti-
ger fifth with a bunt single,
then Aurelio Rodriguez and Tom
Veryzer walked to fill the bases
in front of Leflore's single.
LEFLORE gave the Tigers

another run in the seventh by
walking, stealing second after
five Jim Colborn pickoff throws
to first, then scoring on a single
by Gary Sutherland.
Milwaukee designated hitter
Hank Aaron made his Tiger
Stadium debut as an American
Leaguer. The home-run cham-
pion failed to get a hit but
walked once. Aaron hit a home
run in the park as a National
Leaguer during the 1971 All-
Star game.
COLEMAN got into trouble in
the first inning by hitting Robin
Yount with a pitch. Shortstop
Veryzer then bobbled Sixto Laz-
cano's double play grounder
which would have ended the in-
ning. Instead he got just one
out and Scott followed with his
third homer of the season.
Although Detroit only scored
twice in the fifth, the Bengals
threatened to really break the
game open. But Colborn got the
Brewers out of further damage
after replacing Broberg follow-
ing Leflore's hit.
BOSTON SECOND baseman
Doug Griffin appears to be
playing leap-frog with Cleve-
land centerfielder G e o r g e
Hendrick. Hendrick was actu-
ally forced out at second in
yesterday's game.
Royals reign
KANSAS CITY - George
Brett delivered a tie-breaking
single and Frank White added
a two-run hit as the Kansas City
Royals scored four times in the
eighth inning and beat the Tex-
as Rangers 6-2.

After the Rangers tied the
score in the top of the eighth on
Willie Davis' two.- run homer
loser Jim Bibby, 1-3, issued a
leadoff walk to John Mayberry
in the bottom of the inning and
Hal McRae singled him to set
ond.
RELIEVER Steve Foucaut
fanned Harmon Killebrew bs
Brett snapped the tie with a
single and the runners wount
up on second and third on t
throw to the plate. White fat
lowed with a two - run single
took second on the throw hoss
and scored on a single by Butl
Martinez.
Nelson Briles, 3-0, blanke
the Rangers on four hits unti
the eighth when Bill Fahey sin
gled and Davis homered.
Wilbur bewildered
CHICAGO - Steve Brye hi
his first home run of the season
and Larry Hisle added a run
scoring triple as the Minnesot
Twins won their fourth straigh
game, a 4-1 victory over the
Chicago White Sox.
THE DEFEAT was the sixt
this baseball season for Chi
cago's knuckleballing Wilb
Wood, who has won only once
Twins starter Dave Glotz car
ried a three-hitter into the ser
enth inning, but yielded
single to Johnson at the start a
the inning. After going 2-0 a
Bill Sharn, Goltz was replace
by Bill Campbell, who pitche,
Minnesota out of trouble. Th
nitchers combined for a fire
hitter with nine strikeouts ai
one walk.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Based on 50 at Bats.
Munson NY 22 87 10 36 .414
Yount Mil 20 73 15 28 .384
Lynn Bsn 17 60 12 22 .367
C. MayChi 24 82 8 30 .366
E. Maddox NY 23 93 15 33 .355
Chalk Cal 25 84 11 29 .345
Henderson Chi 22 84 17 28 .333
C. Rojas KC 19 69 7 23 .333
Rudi Oak 23 86 10 28 .326
Rivers Cal 25 105 18 34 .324
Home Runs
Horton, netroit, 6; L. May, Bati-
more, 5 Kilebrew, Kansas City, 5;
Burroughs, Texas, 5; Powell, Cleve-
land, 4; Yount, Milwaukee, 4; Bonds,
New York, 4; R. Jackson, Oakland, 4.
Runs Batted In
McRae, Kansas City, 19; L. May,
Baltimore, 18; Bochte, California, 18;
Horton, Detroit, 17; Munson, New
York, 17; C. May, Chicago, 17.
Pitching (4 Decisions)
Kaat, Chicago, 4-0, 1.000; Ryan,
California, 5-1, .833; Blue, Oakland,
5-1, .833; Champion, Milwaukee, 4-1,
.800; M. Torrez, Baltimore, 3-1, .750;
LaGrow, Detroit, 3-1, .750; Blyleven,
Minnesota, 31, .750; 3 Tied with
.667.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H A
Based on 50 at Bats.
Lacy LA 16 50 8 21 .
Reitz StL 21 81 8 31 .3
Cash Phi 22 95 17 36 .'
Morgan Cin 26 90 15 34 .3
Cardenal Chi 22 82 17 30 .3
Boone Phi 21 70 5 25 .1
Watson Htn 22 82 12 29 .3
Garvey LA 27 118 18 41 .1
Monday Chi 22 78 17 27 3
Grubb SD 24 93 13 32 .2
Home Runs
Cey, Los Angeles, 6; Winfield, St
Diego, 6; Luzinski, Philadeiphia,
Stargell, Pittsburgh, 5; R.Smith, I
Louis, 5; Baker, Atlanta, 5; Evas
Atlanta, 5.
Runs Batted st
Garvey, Los Angeles, 21; Ben
Cincinnati, 20; T. Perez, Cincinna
20; R. Smith, St. Louis, 19; Winfie
San Diego, 19.
Pitching (4 Decisions)
S. Stone, Chicago, 4-0, 1.000; N
sersmith, Los Angeles, 4-0, 1
Morton, Atlanta, 5-1, .833; Sut
Los Angeles, 5-1, .833; Rau, Los
geles, 4-1, .800; Burris, Chicago,
.750; Gullett, Cincinnati, 3-1, .
Richard, Houston, 3-1, .750; Me
tosh, San Diego, 3-1, .750.

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