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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 1 6- 1975

PageTwele TE MiHIGN D~LY WdnedayJul .._197

"CATFISH" KISSINGER fires
a missile directed at Ameri-
can League second baseman
Rod Carew, to open last
night's All-Star game. Despite
having the Secretary of State's
loyalty, the junior circuit fell
to the National League, 6-3.
The NL posted its 13th win in
the last 14 meetings. Steve
Garvey and Jimmy Wynn belt-
ed back-to-back solo home runs
for the NL, and Carl Yastr-
zemski poled a three-run shot
for the AL.
AP Photo

NL
MILWAUKEE (R
American League is1
closer.
For; eight inning
night the Americans
with the Nationals it
ball's 46th All-Star
Then t h e y ran in
Madlock and emerg
losers - their 12th
the last 13 midseason
downs which the b
turned into a one
showcase.
IT WAS Madlock's
loaded, ninth-inning sin
broke a tie and chase
the deciding runs. But
cago Cubs' third b
whose .353 bating avera
all NL hitters, knew the
ca's were beaten ever
he came to the plate.
NATIONAL
ab
Rose rf 4
Carter if 0
Brock If 3
Murcer rf 2
Jones p 0
Morgan 2h 4
Cash 2b 1
Bench e 4
Garvey hb 3
Perez lb 1
Wynn cf 2
Smith cf 2
Cey 3b 3
Seaverep 0
Matlack p 0
Oliver Cf 1
Concepcion ss 2
Luzinski ph 1
Bowa ss 0
Reuss p 1
Watson ph 1
Sutton p 0
Madlock 3b 2
Total 37
AMERICAN
Bonds cf 3
Scott Sb 2
Carew 2b- 3
Munson, c 2
Washington of 1
Jackson rf 3
Dent ss1
Hendrick I

conq-uers
- The "I couldn't believe the' guys MAD
getting on the bench," Madlock said. single,
"The way they were going, I basem
never heard anything like that. came
;s last The American League bench loaded
stayed looked like they were just sit- Then
n base- ting there, waiting to lose." supplie
Game. Madlock didn't keep the AL run o
waiting- too long. His big hit Nation
to Bill earned, him a share of the score
ed 6-3 game's Most Valuable Player 13 gam
loss in award, along with winning Regg
show- nitcher Jon Matlack of the New opened
.L has York Mets, who struck out four ning a
batters in the two scoreless in- er of
-league nings he worked. with a
that C
MATLACK said he came in ington
bases- determined to make the Ameri- THEP
gle that cans hit his best pitch - the batting
d home fnstball. Matlac
the Chi- "I'e got to put my best foot deliver
aseman, forward in a spot like that," ington'
ice leads to stlish left-hander said. field c
e Ameri- "That'a the fastball. I wanted
n' before 't "nkp them nrove they could
hit it."
nal Leyrlr,,e Victorv
Nettles 311 4 0 1 0
r h rbi Tenace b 3 1 0 0
0 . 1 Camppaneris ss 2 0 2 0
0 0 0 Lynn ef 2 0 0 0
1 1 0 Blue p 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 Aaron ph 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 Busby p 0 0 0 0
0 1 0 Fargrove ph 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 Kaat p 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 Vastrzemski ph 1 1 1 3
1 2 1 Hunterrp 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 Gossage p 0 0 0 0
1 1 1 McRae ph 1 0 0 0
1 1 0 Total 36 3 10 3
0 1 0 National 021 000 003-6
0 0 0 American 000 003 000-3
0 0 0
1 1 0 E-Concepcion, Tenace. LOB-Nal
0 1 0 tional 6, American S. 2B-Oliver. lR
0 0 0 -Garvey 1, Wynn 1, Yastremski 1.
1 0 0 SB-Brock, Washington, Hendrick,
0 0 0 Nettles. SF-Rose.
0 0 0
0 0 0 1P H R ER BB SO
0 1 2 Reuss 3 3 0 0 0 2
6 13 6 Sutton 2 3 0 0 0 1
Seaver 6 2 3 3 1 2
Matlack W, 1-0 2 2 0 0 0 4
0 0 0 Jones 1 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 Blue 2 5 2 2 0 1
0 1 0 Busby 2 4 1 1 0 0
S 0 Kaat 2 0 0 0 0 0
0 1 0 Hunter, L, 0-2 2 3 2 2 0 2
0 1 0 Gossge 1 1 1 1 0 0 Pete
0 0 0 HBP-by Reuss (Munson), by Gos- terd
o a 0- sage (Booa). Balk-Busby. T-2:35. and
1 0 5 A--51,540. a

Yaz bast, 6-3

LOCK'S game - breaking
a vicious liner off third
an Graig Nettles' glove,
after the Nationals had
the bases with none out.
Pete Rose of Cincinnati
d the NL with another
a sacrifice fly and the
al League went on to
its 12th victory in the last
nes.
tie Smith of St. Louis
the decisive ninth in-
gainst loser Catfish Hunt-
the New York Yankees
looping single to left field
Dakland's Claudell Wash-
almost caught.
;N AL Oliver of Pittsburgh,
for winning pitcher Jon
'k of the New York Mets,
red a double over Wash-
s head and into the left
orner. Smith stopped at

third on the play.
. Rich Gossage of the Chi-ago
White Sox relieved Hunter and
hit Philadelphia's Larry Bowa
with a pitch, loading the bases
and setting the stage fr Mad-
lock.
The American League struck
suddenly and swiftly to tie the
score in the sixth inning on
Boston slugger Carl Yastrzem-
ski's pinch home run.
OAKLAND'S Joe Rudi opened
the sixth with a first-pitch single
to left off reliever Tom Seaver.
Cleveland's George Hendrick
ran for Rudi and stole second
base. After Nettles struck out,
Seaver got deeper in trouble by
walking Gene Tenace.
It looked like Seaver, the New
York Mets' ace, might escape
the jam when he got pinch-
hitter Fred Lynn of Boston on a

short fly ball. That brought up
Yaztrzemski to hit for Chicago's
Jim Kaat, who had pitched two
perfect innings.
Yaz wasted no time, unloading
on Seaver's first pitchtand send-
ing it far beyond the right-
center field fence for the three-
run homer that tied the game.
IT WAS the 12th pinch-homer
in All-Star history.
That shot sent Milwaukee
mascot Bernie Brewer sliding
down his chute into the make-
believe beer stein beyond the
center field fence. It was his
third trip of the night - and he
had to be fast to complete the
first two when Los Angeles
teammates Steve Garvey and
Jimmy Wynn unleashed consec-
utive second-inning shots against
AL starter Vida Blue of the
Oakland A's.

Rose holds the ball aloft, after making a tumbling catch of Bobby Bonds' line drI
ay's All-Star game. Bill Madlock, Who drilled a two-run single in the top of the ni
Jon Matlack were named Most Valuable Players.

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