THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, August 8, 197
12TH STRAIGHT LOSS TOPS IN THE MAJORS
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Don Baylor's run-
scoring double with two out in
the 10th inning gave the Balti-
more Oiorles a 7-6 victory over
Detroit last night, extending
the Tigers' losing streak to 12
Bobby Grich opened the 10th
with a single off ex-Oriole Bob
Reynolds, 0-3, took second on a
wild pitch and third on Tommy
Davis' infield hit.
After Tony Muser struck
out, pinch runner Al Bumbry
stole second and Grich was
run down between third and
home on Paul Blair's ground-
er. But Baylor ripped his tie-
breaking double down the left
field line, giving the Orioles
their fifth triumph in a row.
,The Tigers, who blew a three-
run lead when Baltimore scored
six runs in the sixth inning,
rallied with two in the ninth to
send the game into overtime.
Brooks Robinson and Mark
Belanger delivered two-run sin-
gles as the Orioles scored six
times with two out in the sixth.
Gates Brown opened the De-
troit ninth with his first home
run of the season off reliever
Wayne Garland, extending his
American League record to
e uics III t, 7 6
16 pinch homers, two behind
the major league mark held
by Jerry Lynch.
Ron LeFlore singled and, af-
ter Gary Sutherland flied out,
Dan Meyer greeted Grant Jack-
son with a single. Rookie Dyar
Miller fanned slugger Willie
Horton but Bill Freehan de-
livered the tying run with a
single, his 1,500th big league hit.
Red Sox roll
MILWAUKEE - Denny Doyle
and Fred Lynn drove in two
runs , apiece and Rick Wise.
pitched an eight-hitter for his
eighth consecutive victory, lead-
ing the Boston Red Sox to a 4-2
victory over the sinking Milwau-
kee Brewers yesterday.
The Red Sox, 25-7 since July
6, scored three runs in the
third inning off loser Jim Sla-
ton, 11-11, after filling the
bases with none out on a dou-
ble by Rico Petrocelli, a sin-
gle by Rick Burleson and a
Doyle singled in two runs and
Lynn sent in another with the
first of his two doubles.
A single by Bernie Carbo,
a sacrifice and Lynn's third
hit produced Boston's final run
in the seventh.
Mike Hegan slammed his
third and fourth homers of the
year in the second and seventh
innings off Wise, 15-6, who had
lost a no-hitter with two out in
the ninth inning here July 2.
CLEVELAND-Home runs by
Graig Nettles and Thurman
Munson and three Cleveland
errors helped the New York
Yankees to a 6-3 victory over
the Indians last night.
The triumph was New
York's first in five tries at
Cleveland Stadium this season
and ended the Indians' four-
game winning streak.
The Indians took a 2-0 lead in
the first inning as winner Doc
Medich, 10-12, yielded three hits
and two walks. Oscar Gamble
drove in one run with a double
and Charlie Spikes knocked in
Gamble with a single but ended
the inning when he overran first
KC at the bat
KANSAS CITY -- Fred Patek
slammed an inside - the - park
home run on the first pitch in
the bottom of the first inning
and the Kansas City Royals
went on to rout the Minnesot
Twins 10-2 last night for thei
fifth consecutive victory.
Paul Splittorff, 5-6, worked
the first six innings for the
Royals, cruising to his fourth
straight triumph since return.
ing from the bullpen to a start-
Splittorff, who blanked Oaki
land on one scratch hit in hi
last start, limited the Twins I
four singles, struck out two an
walked none before giving wa
to Lindy McDaniel at the stat
of the seventh because of
blistefr on his pitching hand.
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SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Fcrs keep wni
ociated Press The Wolverines are taking to arrest Wysock's father.
-The University part in an eight-game, 15-day
asketball team goodwill tour sponsored by the POLICE said the incident in
ree-game sweep U.S. State Department and the volving Wood, 22, stems fro
team in Cairo People to People Sports Com- the alleged use of one of a bate
tory Tuesday at mission. They were to play in of airline tickets stolen frog
ting club. Mahalla last night and in Tanta Piedmont Airlines at Newar
today. Airport in July, 1974.
The series will conclude with "We have met with the polic
three g a m e s in Alexandria department and with Wood, bht
ug. 12-14. we do not have all the facts i
* *:* the case and have no further
comment at this time," a Jets
All-Star arrested sokesman said.
Three N a ti o n a l Football Jordan, 23, appeared before a
League rookies, including three- federal magistrate and was re
time All-American linebacker leased on $5,000 bond. A team
Richard Wood, were arrested spokesman said the Patriots
yesterday in unrelated cases. would have no comment on the
matter until the club got more
WOOD, from the University of details of the charge.
Southern California and the New
York Jets' third-round draft Blood-thirsty fans
pick, was arrested at the team's CINCINNATI - Cincinnati
training camp in Hempstead, Reds fans are out for blood
N.Y., and charged with posses- when it comes to the Los An-
sion of forged instruments, geles Dodgers, and the local
stolen property, theft of services blood bank is doing its best to
and grand larcency. accommodate them.
New England Patriots lineman The Hoxworth Blood Center at
Shelby Jordan was arrested by Cincinnati G e n e r a 1 Hospital
federal drug agents at the bought a thousand tickets for
teann's training camp in Provi- the final series between the two
<>:<< dence, RI., and charged with National League Western Divi-
selling cocaine. Two other per- sion rivals Sept. 3-4.
sons were arrested in that case.
Another Jets draft choice, DIRECTOR George Giesen
fifth round pick Joseph Wysock said the hospital is giving away
Jr., was arrested outside his one ticket for each pint of blood
parents' home in Lancaster, Pa., donated.
and charged with assaulting a So far, 250 fans have claimed
policeman who was attempting tickets for blood.
. Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
w L Pet. GB
Boston 68 44 .607 -- w L Pct. GB
Baltimore 60 50 .545 7 Pittsburgh 66 46 .589 -
New York 58 53 .523 91r Philadelphia 62 50 .554 4
Milwaukee 53 60 .469 15 New York 58 53 .523 7
Cleveland 50 59 .459 16 St. Louis 57 54 .514 8'
Detroit 46 67 .407 22 Chicago 52 61 .460 141
West Montreal 47 62 .431 17:
Oakland 69 43 .616 -
Kansas City 62 49 .559 6G west
Chicago 55 57 .491 14 - Cincinnati 74 38 .661 -
Texas 53 60 .469 165 Los Angeles 58 55 .513 16',
California 49 65 .430 21 san Francisco 55 57 .491 19
Minnesota 49 65 .430 21 - San Diego 53 59 .473 21
Atlanta 49 62 .441 24!
Yesterday's Games Houston 41 75 .353 35
-a Chicago 8, California 4
Boston 4, Milwaukee 2 Yesterday's Games
New York 6, Cleveland 3New York 7, Montreal 0
Baltimore 7, Detroit 6, 10 innings Chicago 5, Philadelphia 3
Kansas City 10, Minnesota 2 Houston 6, Pittsburgh 0
Oakland 6, Texas 1 Today's Games
Today's Games Chicago (Dettore 4-3 and Buttrris
Kansas City (Pattin 8-6) at Cleve- 8-9) at Atlanta (Morton 12-12 and
1an4 tHaeeison 4-a), n p.m. Easterly 1-4), 1, 6:OS p.m.
Minnesota (Butler 1-3) at Detroit Montreal (warthen 5-4) at Cinii
(Coleman 8-13), 8 p.m. nati (T. Carroll 4-1), 8:05 p.m.
Texas (Hargan 7-6) at Milwaukee . Los Angeles (Rau 9-9) at New
(Travers 4-6), 8:30 p.m. York (Matlack 13-8), 8:05 p.16.
AP Photo Baltimore (Alexander 4-7 or Mit- San Francisco (Falcone 8-7) at
cheIl 1-0) at Chicago (Wood-12-13), Philadelphia (Underwood 11-8), 8:05
9 p.m. p.m.
who had just New York (Gura 3-4) at Califor- San Diego (Spillner 4-9) at St-
nia (Hockenberry 0-1), 10:30 p.m. Louis (Forsch 10-8), 8:30 p.m.
st night. New aoston (cleveland 9-7) at Oakland Pittsburgh (Ellis 7-7) at Boustoa
(olitzman 13-9), 11 p.m, (Niekro 3-4), 8:35 p.M
Don' fmove, I lost my contact lens!
Cleveland first baseman Boog Powell jumped over New York.Yankee Fred Stanley,
escaped being picked off first base by Tribe pitcher Don Hood in their contest la
York won 6-3.