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Yanks win 13-3, lead series 2-0
NEW YORK (AP) - The New York
Yankees broke loose for a record-tying
seven runs in the fourth inning yester-
-day highlighted by Dave Winfield's two-
run double and Lou Piniella's three-run
homer, and battered the Oakland A's
13-3 for a 2-0 lead in the American
League Championship Series.
Willie Randolph and Jerry Mumphrey
triggered New York's biggest inning of
the year with run-scoring singles to
erase a 3-1 Oakland lead as the Yankees
overcame the loss of slugger Reggie
Jackson, who suffered a slight calf
strain an inning earlier.
PINIELLA, Jackson's replacement,
put the game out of reach. His home run
capped an assault that began against
14-game winner Steve McCatty and
continued against Dave Beard, who
was tagged for three singles, a double
anda home run by the first five batters
he faced, the most consecutive in
American League championship
The third game in the best-of-five
series is scheduled for tomorrow night
in Oakland. Rookie left-hander Dave
Righetti will try to pitch the Yankees to
a sweep against A's right-hander Matt
Nine consecutive batters reached
base during New York's big outburst on
six hits, a walk, a hit batsman and an
error. The seven runs equaled the
playoff record which the Baltimore
Orioles reached twice in the 1970
American League Championship
Nettles also had three singles in the
Yankees' 19-hit binge, a record for a
league championship series game. He
collected two in the fourth, the first
player in any American League Cham-
pionship Series to have more than one
hit in an inning.
Expos 3, Dodgers 0
LOS ANGELES (AP)- Ray Burris
tossed a five-hitter and broke a three-
year-old Dodger Stadium jinx last night
by beating rookie sensation Fernando
Valenzuela and the Los Angeles
Dodgers 3-0, tying the National League
Championship Series at one victory
Burris worked out of several
precarious situations, and as the
Dodger bats were quieted, the Expos'
MONTREAL scored three runs off
Valenzuela in his six-inning stint with
seven hits, including a run-scoring
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double by Warren Cromartie and an
RBI single by Tim Raines in the second
Burris, Montreal's second season
ace, limited the Dodgers to five singles,
struck out three and walked two.
Since 1979, the Expos had lost 10
straight at Dodger Stadium, including a
5-1 decision in Tuesday night's series
opener. They desperately needed a split
to avoid returning home down by two
for tomorrow's third game. And they
got to Valenzuela when he has been
THE ROOKIE left-hander from
Sonoma, Mexico, has been a slow star-
ter in several of his outings, and the
Expos took advantage of it last night.
With one out in the second inning, Larry
Parrish hit a sharp ground single bet-
ween third and shortstop, and Jerry
White followed with a single up the
middle that sent Parrish to second.
Cromartie then lined a double toward
the corner in right field, scoring
Parrish, and only a fine play by Dodger
right fielder Pedro Guerrero kept
another run from scoring.
Guererro cut off Cromartie's hit on a
dead run, forcing White to hold at third
base. Valenzuela walked Chris Speier
after running the count full, loading the
bases. After Burris struck out, Raines
singled home White and Guererro made
another fine play to cut down Cromartie
at the plate.
LOS ANGELES DODGER PITCHER Fernando Valenzuela, working with
only three days off since his last start, squints as he pitches during the
second game of the National League playoffs.
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DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (AP)-
Top-seeded Chris Evert Lloyd defeated
Kathy Horvath 6-1, 6-3 last night in the
resumption of a rain-delayed first-
round match in the $125,000 Lynda Car-
ter Tennis Classic.
The match had been halted by rain
Tuesday night with Lloyd leading 3-0. It
was the first time Lloyd had played sin-
ce Martina Navratilova beat her in the
US. Open semifinals last month.
IN SECOND-ROUND action, Pam
Shriver defeated Wendy White 6-2, 6-2;
Anne White upset eighth-seeded Sue
Barker of Britain 6-3, 2-6,-6-4; and Bon-
nie Gadusek defeated Kate Latham 6-1,
6-7, 6-3 to move into th quarterfinals.
In first-round action, No. 3-seed
Sylvia Hanika of West Germany
defeated Yvonne Vermaak of South
Africa 6-4, 6-1; and veteran Rosie
Casals beat Joyce Portman 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
The two matches were postponed on
Tuesday due to rain.
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A scheduled match between second-
seeded Andrea Jaeger and Kelly Henry
was postponed until today because of
Lloyd, the defending champion in this
event, was in complete control against
the 16-year-old Horvath. Lloyd gave up
only one point in the last three games of
the first set and broke Horvath's serve
to start second set.
Islanders 4, Penguins 1
PITTSBURGH (AP)- Mike Bossy
scored his first two goals of the
National Hockey League season and
Bryan Trottier tallied once and assisted
on three others as the New York Islan-
ders defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins
4-1 last night.
Bossy assisted on New York's first
goal, a power-play score by Trottier at
14:51 of the first period, and scored his
first goal less than four minutes later.
A 50-GOAL scorer in each of his four
NHL seasons, Bossy rebounded a Trot-
tier shot that had been stopped by Pit-
tsburgh goalie Michel Dion.
Bossy gave the Islanders a 3-0 lead 49
seconds into the second period, scoring
from Bob Bourne, who had two assists,
Trottier set up the fourth New York
goal on a power play by feeding th?
puck to Clark Gillies, who scored his
first goal of the year.
Pittsburgh's goal came in the third
period when defenseman Randy
Carlyle scored short-handed on a pass
from Gregg Sheppard.
Rangers 2, Canucks I
NEW YORK (AP)- Don Malon--y
tucked in the rebound of a shot by Eddie
Johnstone with 1:49 remaining last
night to give the New York Rangers a 2-
1 National Hockey League victory over
the Vancouver Canucks, handing Herb
Brooks his first victory as a
The Rangers had lost their first three
games under Brooks, the mastermind
of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team's skate to
the gold medal. But they awoke in the
third period against Vancouver, getting
goals from Ed Hospodar at 4:42 and the
game-winner from Maloney at 18:11.
IN THE FINAL period, the Rangers'
controlled the puck and used all of the
ice to their advantage. Hospodar finally
got the puck past Vancouver goal-
tender Richard Brodeur at 4:42 of the.
session after Brodeur had stood firmly
in New York's way all night.
Hospodar's initial shot was blocked,
but the puck came right back to him
and he shot it past Brodeur from a dif-
Vancouver had taken a 1-0 lead at
10:55 of the second period when Blair
MacDonald's shot was blocked by
Rangers goalie John Davidson, but the
puck rebounded onto MacDonald's
stick and he scored as he fell to the ice.
Flyers 5, Capitals 4
LANDOVER, Md. (AP)- Brian
Propps' second goal of the game with 25
seconds left gave the Philadelphia
Flyers a 5-4 victory over the
Washington Capitals last night in the
National Hockey League.
Trailing 4-2 after Reggie Leach
scored his second goal for Philadelphia
at 7:33 of the third period, the Caps
forged a 4-4 tie on goals by Ryan Walter
and Roland Stoltz. Walters' second goal
of the game came at 9:51 and Stoltz
scored at 17:33.
The first goal by Leach came on a
power play. Bill Barber scored while
the Flyers were short-handed at 4:31 of
the second period after taking the puck
away from Washington rookie Bobby
Jean Pronovost tied it again for
Washington at 16:29 of the second
period but 22 seconds later Propp
scored for Philadelphia.
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