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* he Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Thursday,October 1, 1981
TIGERS, ORIOLES WASHED OUT

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Rain puts
The players were willing, but Mother delay was
Nature wasn't yesterday, as the hot After thre
American League East race was cooled and host B
off by two rainouts.
In Detroit, the Tigers and Baltimore Detroit]
Orioles had their game cancelled after in the ti
three innings had been played. The Milwauke
Detroiters held a 1-0 lead when the back. Th
downpour came. Tiger catcher Lance travel to]
Parrish scored the game's only run in regular
the second inning. The contest has been series wit
tentatively rescheduled for 1:30 p.m.
today at Tiger Stadium.
IN CLEVELAND, the Indians and
New York Yankees were also shut out
by the rain. The only game that wa F
able to start up again after a lengthy

AL East race on hold

the Boston-Milwaukee clash.
e innings of play, the Red Sox
rewers were knotted at 2-2.
holds a slight half-game edge
ght race over second-place
ee, while Boston is only a game
he Tigers are scheduled to
Milwaukee this weekend for a
season-ending three-game
h the Brewers.

A's 3, Blue Jays 0
OAKLAND (AP)- Mike Norris, in
his final tune-up for the American
League playoffs, pitched a three-hitter
as the Oakland A's won their final
regular-season home game, 3-0 over the
Toronto Blue Jays yesterday.
Norris, 12-9, had lost three of his
previous four decisions. He allowed
only three singles, struck out four and

walked one in his second shutout of the
season.
ROB PICCIOLO hit a leadoff home
run in the third inning off Luis Leal, 7-
13. The A's added two runs in the four,
th, including one on a steal of home b
Dave McKay.
With two out in the bottom of thefour
th, Keith Drumright singled and went to.
third on a double by McKay. Drumright-
scored and McKay went to third on an,
infield single by Jeff Newman.

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Kansas City Royals shortstop U.L. Washington eyes his throw to first after
Minnesota's Gary Ward succeeded in breaking up a double play attempt in
last night's 5-2 Royals win. Kansas City swept all three games of its series
with the Twins, thus clinching a playoff berth.
Royals top Twins to
clinch playofberth
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - Hurdle's blast scored Hal McRae,
Clint Hurdle hit a decisive two-run who had singled. U.L. Washington
homer and Larry Gura pitched a four- doubled and scored Kansas City's final
hitter as Kansas City defeated Min- run of the game on Willie Wilson's third
nesota 5-2 yesterday to clinch an single later in the inning.
American League playoff spot and Kansas City took a 2-0 lead in the
eliminate the Twins from the West second on run-scoring singles by
Division race. Washington and Wilson.
A vocal, enthusiastic crowd of 15,900 Reds 5, Astros 2
sat through rainy, cool weather to wat- CINCINNATI (AP) - Mario Soto
ch the final baseball game to be played scattered five hits through eight in-
at Metropolitan Stadium. The Twins nings, then got relief help from Tom
are scheduled to move into a new Hume as the Cincinnati Reds defeated
domed facility in downtown Min- Houston 5-2 last night to move with one-
neapolis next year. half game of the first-place Astros in
Gura, 11-7, gave up a two-run homer the National League West.
to Pete Mackanin in the second inning The division rivals each have four
but after that, he allowed only an infield games left, including their final
single by Ron Washington in the third meeting of the season here Thursday
and a leadoff single by .Gary Ward in night, in the race for the second-half
the ninth. The veteran left-hander title.
retired 19 of the last 20 batters he faced Craig Reynolds slammed his fourth
in raising his second-season record to 7- homer of the season off Soto in the third
2: inning, and Cesar Cedeno led off the
Hurdle hit his fourth homer of the seventh with his fourth homer, but that
year in the fourth inning, off Fernando was all Houston could manage against
Arroyo, 7-10, snapping a 2-2 tie. Soto.

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