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Page 10-Friday, March 27, 1981-The Michigan Daily
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP

Tiger squads defeat Phils, Astros

LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)--Detroit's
Rick Leach drove in Darrell Brown
with a line single in the ninth inning last
night as a split squad of Tigers earned a
6-5 exhibition baseball victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies.
With the score tied 5-5, Brown hit a
pinch single off Philadelphia reliever
Sparky Lyle, went to second on Steve
Kemp's sacrifice bunt and scored from
second on Leach's liner.
DETROIT reliever Aurelio Lopez,
making his first appearance of the
spring, worked the ninth inning for the
victory.
The Phillies scored two in the first
and three more in the fourth, all off
Mark Fidrych, who had another disap-
pointing outing, yielding 10 hits and five
runs in four innings.
Detroit got one in the third, one in the
fourth and two in the fifth when John

Wockenfuss homered with Kemp on
board, and tied it with one in the sixth.
IN AN AFTERNOON game, Dave
Tobik pitched four shutout innings and
scored Detroit's first run as the Tigers
defeated the Houston Astros, 3-1.
Tobik singled off losing pitcher Joe
Niekro to start the third inning, was
bunted to second and scored on Tim
Corcoran's single.
CORCORAN DOUBLED in the fifth
and scored on Lance Parrish's single to
make it 2-0 and Detroit got its final run
in the sixth when Tom Brookens
singled, went to second on an infield out
and scored on a wild pitch by Niekro
and a throwing error by catcher Dave
Roberts.
The Astros scored off Roger Weaver
in the sixth when Criag Reynolds
singled, went to second on a passed ball
and scored on Terry Puhl's single

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White Sox 6, Red Sox 5
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Mike
Squires' two-out double in the ninth in-
ning drove in two runs to bring the
Chicago White Sox from behind yester-
day for a 6-5 exhibition victory over the
Boston Red Sox.
Carlton Fisk, making his spring
debut with the White Sox since signing a
multi-year contract, doubled in his first
at bat against his old teammates and
scored on a single by Harold Baines in
the first inning to give the White Sox a 2-
1 lead.
TONY BERNAZARD, who drove in
Chicago's first run with a sacrifice fly
after Ron LeFlore led off the first with a
triple, drove in two more runs in the
seventh inning with a double.
Mark Clear pitched two perfect in-
nings for the Red Sox while striking out
four, but loser Luis Aponte was nicked
for the winning runs as Leo Sutherland
beat out an infield hit and Bernazard
walked before Squires doubled in the
ninth.
Brewers I1, Indians 7
SUN CITY, Ariz. (AP) -Robin
Yount's three-run triple and Don
Money's two-run homer highlighted a
nine-run fourth inning as the
Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cleveland
Indians 11-7 in exhibition baseball
yesterday.
Yount tripled in the fourth after
Milwaukee loaded the bases with
singles by Ed Romero and Buck Mar-
tinez, and after Paul Molitor was hit by
a Bert Blyleven pitch.
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10-1 lead. He made it 11-0 in the sixth
with another homer.
Cleveland produced four runs in the
eighth, when Larry Littleton hit a two-
run homer. The Indians got three more
runs in the ninth; two on a Pat Kelly
homer. Milwaukee starter Pete
Vukovich struck out six and ,allowed
four hits in five innings.
Padres 4, (iants I
Y UMA, Ariz. (AP) - Steve Mura pit-
ched six shutout innings and Dave Ed-
wards hit a solo home run yesterday to
spark the San Diego Padres to a 4-1 vic-
tory over the San Francisco Giants in
exhibition baseball.
Mura struck out four and walked two,
blanking the Giants on five hits, three of
them aided by gale-force winds which
had threatened postponement of the
game.
THE PADRES SCORED in the first
inning on consecutive two-out singles
by Jerry Mumphrey, Randy Bass, and
Luis Salazar and made it 2-0 in the four-
th on Edwards' homer.
San Diego got two runs in the sixth
when Mumphrey singled and stole
second, Bass walked, Jim Wohlford dr-
opped Salazar's fly ball for a two-base
error, and Barry Evans delivered a
sacrifice fly.
Cardinals 3, Mets 1
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -
Keith Hernandez drove in two runs and
scored the final run to lead the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 3-1 exhibition baseball
victory over the New York Mets
yesterday.
Bob Forch, who probably will be the
Redbirds' starting pitcher on opening
day April 11, pitched the first six. in-
nings, allowing three of the Mets' seven
hits. Rookie right-hander John Stuper
pitched two scoreless innings and
Bruce Sutter gave up one hit in the nin-
th before nailing down the Cards' fifth
triumph in 13 games.
Hernandez's second double of the
game in the sixth inning scored Tony
Scott and Gerry Templeton. He then
came home on George Hendrick's
sacrifice fly.
Pirates 5, Blu~e,. " 1
BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) - Dave
Parker slammed his third home run of
the spring as the Pittsburgh Pirates
beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 in
exhibition baseball yesterday.
Mike Easler scored for the Pirates in
the second on a single by John Milner,
then Dale Berra came home when Phil
Garner grounded into a double play.
The Pirates scored three more runs in
the third on Parker's homer off loser
Roy Jackson.

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Virginia head coach Terry Holland and his "aircraft carrier," Ralph Sam
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DETROIT (UPI)-Mike Palmateer
turned back 25 shots to record his
second shutout of the season Thursday
as theWashington Capitals blanked the
Detroit Red Wings 2-0.
Tim Tookey opened the scoring at
14:15 of the first period while Detroit's
Jean Hamel was serving a high-
sticking penalty. Mike Gartner boosted
the Capitals' lead to 2-0 when he scored
his 45th goal of the season on a power
play at 6:57 of the middle stanza.
THE SHUT OUT was the 17th of
Palmateer's five-year National Hockey
League career. He fell to the ice to save
a shot by Detroit's Mike Foligno to
preserve the shut out with six seconds
remaining in the game.
The win, only the fourth in the last 20
road games for Washington, moved the
Capitals into 15th place in the overall
NHL standings.
Detroit, which has won only once in
its last 15 outings, fell 11 points out of
the final playoff berth.
Maple Leafs 3, Uruins 2
BOSTON (AP)-Wilf Paiement
scored one goal and assisted on Terry
Martin's tie-breaker nine minutes into
the third period as the Toronto Maple
Leafs, fighting for a National Hockey
League playoff berth, beat the Boston
Bruins 3-2 yesterday.
The victory snapped the Maple Leafs'
12-game winless streak against the
Bruins and moved them into the 16th
and last playoff berth in the overall

standings. Toronto started the day 17th
but moved ahead of Edmonton.
WITH THE score 2-2, Paiem
carried the puck to the right faceoffc
cle of the Bruins' zone and snapped a
cross-ice pass to Martin, who fired a 20-
footer by Boston goalie Rogie Vachon
for his 20th goal of the season.
Paiement had started the scoring at
4:52 of the first period when he took a
feed from Ian Turnbull and scored his
36th goal from close range.
Bill Derlago made it 2-0 with his 34th
goal at 13:22 of the second period,
defenseman Mike O'Connell drew t'
Bruins to within one goal at 16:01 of the
period with his 14th goal. Boston tied it
at 7:01 of the final period on Peter Mc-
Nab's 35th goal. Stan Jonathan
shoveled the puck from behind the
Toronto net, and McNab pulled the
puck out from a crowd and lifted it over
Toronto goalie Jiri Crha.

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