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W~ednesday, August 4,I V 16

Yank HR's clip Bird,

4-3

Gamble, White hit
decisive drives

flyThe stoeiad res
N W YORK _ c rtGamble's
tw-rIo htrnrr in the seventh
innig gave the New York
Yankees a 4-3 victory over
Mark "The Bird" Fidyrch and
the Detroit Tigers last night.
Gamble connected off the
young Detroit ace after Craig
Nettles had opened the seventh
with a singe. It was only Fidr-
ych's fo'trth loss in 15 decisions
and it marked the first time the
rookie was defeated when De-
troit had scored.
Grant Jackson, 2-1, the third
Yankee pitcher, was the win-
ner. Jackson relieved Jim
York in the fourth inning af-
ter Detroit had scored its
third run on a single by Tom
Veryzer, a walk to Rusty
Staub and Willie Horton's
RBI single. -
The Tigers scored two un-
earned runs in the first inning.
Ron LeFlore opened the game
with an itfield hit and stole
second. After Ritsty Staub walk-
ed, Horton grounded to Craig
Nettles at third. Nettles, at-
tenpting to make the force at
second, threw badly, allowing
Horton to reach base.
LeFlore came home as second
baseman Sandy Alomar threw
the ball past catcher Thurman
M tt n s o n. Jason Thompson's
sacrifice fly delivered Staub.
The Yankees tied the game in
the third when Roy White hit
his ninth home run of the sea-
son into the right field stands
with Fred Stanley on base. The
homers by White and Gamble
were only the sixth and seventh
homers off Fidrych-
Twins tumble
KANSAS CITY - Sore-
legged Hal McRae hobbled
around the basepaths with a
double and a home run and
Buck Martinez added a two-run
double last night to spark the
Kansas City Royals to a 7-1
triumph over Minnesota and
snap the Twins' eight-game
winning streak.
McRae, playing sporadically
since suffering a painful muscle
pull July 15, can run only at a
trot. His first-inning double off
Eddie Bane would have been a
triple for an average runner.

Bane, 4-2, surrendered three
rttns in the first inning on a
single by Ceorge Brett and dou-
bles by McRae; Amos Otis and
John Mayberry. In the third,
McRae's solo homer made it 4-
0 and Martinez added his two-
run shot later in the inning off
reliever Tom Johnson, which
scored Mayberry and Al Cow-
ens.
Sax sag
CLEVELAND - Dennis
Eckersley pitched a three-hitter
and Tommy Smith drove in the
winning run with a 10th inning
sacrifice fly last night as the
Cleveland Indians ended Bos-
ton's four-game winning streak
with a 1-0 victory.
Boston reliever Tom Murphy,
2-5, who relieved starter Luis
Tiant at the start of the 10th,
was tagged with the loss. Tiant
allowed only three hits in his
nine innings.
Breson,%i
Fisk sign
con tracts
fty The Associated Press
B O S T O N - Shortstop
Rick Burleson and catcher
Carlton Fisk have agreed to
multi-year contracts with the
Boston Red Sox, the American
Leafue club said yesterday.
G e n e r a I Manager Dick
O'Co,nell said he looks for out-
fielder Fred Lynn to come to
tertts within the next few days.
Lynn is the only remaining
holdout on the team.
Red Sox officials said Bur-
leson and Fisk agreed to the
terr-ts in telephone conversa-
tions from Cleveland where the
team is playing the Indians.
Contract signing was scheduled
to take place in Detroit
Wednesday where the Sox
move for a series against the
Tigers.

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AP Photo
MARK "TIlE B I R D" FIDRYCH expresses his disgust at getting his feathers ruffled by a
two-run homer by Roy White. Later in the game, Oscar Gamble added another two-run blast to
give the Bird his fourth loss of the season, 4-3, though only his first in which the Tigers scored
any runs.

M.jor iud Garry Maddox hits grand slam
NATIONAL LAUL AMERICAN LEAGUE
iadeiphi W t. .116 - NewP Y.k 63 35 .610 GEt. o Ph l es sp it w it Ubs
etsburgh 57 47 .549 13 Baltimore 52 51 .505 11

Phi
Pitt

New York 53 55 .49o 19
Chicago 46 60 .433 25
St. Louis 44 58 .430 25
Montreal 36 62 .367 31
Cincinnati 68 38 .640 -
Los Angeles 58 46 .558 9
Houesto a55 5t .5ti 14
San Diego si5 as8.468 18-
Atlanta 47 59 .442 21
San Francisso 46 61 .430 ?2t4
Vesterday's Results
Phladelphia 0-8, Chicago 4-5
Pittsbturght-2, St. Losis 1-4
Atlanta 7. San Diego 3
New Yoork 9, Montreal 8
Cincinnati at San Francisco, n.
Ronston at Los Angeles, a.i
Today', Games
Montreal (Carrithers 5-6) at New
York (Koosman 12-.). ?:05 p.m.
Philadelphia (Christenson 10-5) at
Chicago (Renko 4-6), ,.30 p.m.
Cincinnati (Gullett 7-3) at San
Francisco (Montetusco 10-9), 4:05
p.m.
San Diego (strom 9-12) at Atlan-
ta (RuthVen 11-9), 5 p.M.
St. Lois (Forsch 5-6) at Pitts-
burgh (Candelaria 10-4). 7:35 p.m.
Houston (Richard 12-11) at Los
Angeles (Rau 10-7), 10:30 p.m.

Cleveland 51 51 .500 12
Detroit 48 53 .475 14t
Boston 48 55 .466 151t
Milwaukee 45 55 .450 17
West
Kansas City 62 40 .608 -
Minnesota 54 51 .514 9'--
takland 54 52 .509 10
Texas 09 53 .000 13
Chicago 46 57 .447 161'
California 46 60 .434 18
Yesterday's Results
Clevelansd 1, Bostono0, 10innsins
New York 4. Detroit 3
Milwaukee 4. Baltimore ?
Kansas City 7. Minnesota I
Oakland 7. Chicago 3
Califoria 4, Texas 0
Today's Games
Baltimore (Palmer 14-9) at Cleve-
land (Bibby 7-3), 7:30 p.m.
Boston (Jenkins 10-8) at Detroit
(Roble 6-8). 8 p.m.
New York (Holtzman 8-7 and
lioter 11-10) at Milwaukee (slaton
10-8 and Travers 12-8), 8:30 p.m.
Minnesota (Singer 8-7) at Kansas
City (Leonard 12-4), 8.30 p.m.
Oakland (Mitchell 7-5) at Chicago
Brett 6-5). 9 p.m.
California (Ryan 8-13) at Texas
(Umharger 7-8). 9 p.m.

By The Associated Press
C H I C A G O- G a r r y
Maddox' grand - slam home run
c a r r i e d the Philadelphia
Phillies to an 8-5 victory over
the Chicago Cubs yesterday for
a doubleheader split.
Rookie Wayne Tyrone's first
major league homer and Jerry
Morales' 12th of the season
backed the nine-hit shutout
pitching of Rick Reuschel and
gave the Cubs a 4-0 triumph in
the opener.
Maddox' homer was his
sixth of the season and his
second career grand slam.
It came in the fourth off loser
Steve Stone, 2-4, after the
Phillies had loaded the bases
on sins eglby Tim McCarver
and Larry Bowa and a walk
to Dave Cash.
Steve Carlton, 12-4, was

staked to a four-run lead in the
first inning on a sacrifice fly
by Mike Schmidt, a run-scor-
ing double by Jay Johnstone
and a two-run single by Mc-
Carver. Ron Reed relieved in
the eighth to pick up his eighth
save.
The Cubs got two back in the
bottom of the first on a leadoff
inside - the - park homer by
Joe Wallis and a run-scoring
double by Morales. Carlton then
retired 15 straight batters be-
fore Tyrone singled in the
sixth and scored ahead of Bill
Madlock's 11th homer.
Kranepool kiouts
NEW YORK - Ed Krane-
pool's 100th career home run,
with one man on in the eighth
inning, enabled the New York

Mets to battle back for a 9-8
victory over the Montreal Ex-
pos last night.
Montreal had scored six runs
in the seventh and eighth in-
nings to go ahead 8-7. But Felix
Millan beat out an infield hit
off pitcher Joe Kerrigan in the
eighth and Kranenool hit his
seventh homer of the season
over the right-field fence.
The loss went to Kerrigan, 1-
1, while Bob Apodaca, the
fourth New York nitcher, pick-
ed up the win to lift his record
to 2-5.
The Exoos took an 8-7 lead
into the bottom of the eighth
after scoring the lead run on an
error by shortstop Mike Phil-
lips, who stumbled and fell
while fielding a ground ball
with two out and the bases
loaded.

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