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The Michigan Daily
Thursday, September 15, 194
Tigers sweep Indians,
By KATIE BLACKWELL
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - A four-hit pitching per-
formance, a trio of triples and two Alan
Trammell walks led the Detroit Tigers
to a 5-0 victory over the Cleveland In-
dians last night at Tiger Stadium before
a crowd of 13,208.
Glen Abbott pitched nine shutout in-
nings, not allowing an Indian player to
even reach third base, as the Tigers
won their sixth straight game.
CLEVELAND STARTER Rick Sut-
cliffe, who lasted four and two thirds
innings, suffered the loss at the hands of
a hot hitting Detroit team.
Trammell drew a walk in the first in-
ning and promptly rounded the bases as
Larry Herndon stepped up to the plate
and sent a towering blast to right field
for a triple.,
The Trammell-Herndon combination
struck again in the third as Trammell
drew another walk and Herndon
singled, sending Trammell to third.
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Lance Parrish got the RBI - with yet
another single, scoring Trammell and
giving Detroit a 2-0 lead.
THE TIGERS' second triple of the
evening came off the bat of Enos
Cabell, who later scored on a Chet
Lemon sacrifice fly.
Sutcliffe began to fall apart in the fif-
th inning when he balked, sending
Trammel to second. Kirk Gibson hit the
Tiger's third triple, breaking his bat in
the process. Trammell scored again
and the Tigers led 4-0. Cabeli scored
Gibson with his second hit of the
evening, and that was all for Sutcliffe.
Dan Spillner came on in relief for
Cleveland and retired the side, ending
the Tigers' hot hitting for the evening.
But Abbott kept the lid on the Indians
for the remainder of the game on his
way to his seventh victory of the year.
Some fine defensive plays by Lemon
and right fielder Rick Leach helped
Abbott keep the Indians under control.
Yankees 4, Brewers 1
NEW YORK (AP) - Ken Griffey
smashed -threq hits, including a solo
home run and a run-scoring single, and
Ron Guidry fired a five-hitter for his
19th victory as the New York Yankees
downed Milwaukee 4-1 last night, han-
ding the Brewers their sixth straight
Guidry raised his record to 19-8,
striking out five and walking two, and
tied Detroit's Jack Morris for the
league lead with his 18th complete
game. It was the sixth straight triumph
for the 33-year-old left-hander, who tied'
Vic Raschi for 10th on the all-time
Yankee list with 120 victories.
Griffey blasted his 11th homer in the
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first inning with a drive off the right slugged two-run homers in the fourth
field foul pole. inning, helping Steve Carlton beat th
Montreal Expos 9-5 for his 298th care.
Orioles 5, Red Sox 0 victory in the first game of a two-night
doubleheader last night.
BOSTON (AP) - Dennis Martinez Carlton notched No. 298 on his sixth
and Sammy Stewart combined for a attempt and boosted his season record
six-hitter, and Gary Roenicke smacked to 13-15. The all-time major-league
a two-run homer to lead the steaking strikeout leader with 3,683, Carlton fan-
Baltimore Orioles to a 5-0 victory over ned eight and walked four in eight i-
the Boston Red Sox last hight. pings before getting last-inning relief
* The win was the sixth straight and help from Al Holland.
19th in 22 games for the Orioles, who Carlton now needs just two to become
maintained their 5 -game lead in the the 16th pitcher in major-league histo
American League East over Detroit, to record 300 victories.
which beat Cleveland. Boston dropped
its third straight game-. Cad is 2 Me 1
MARTINEZ, 7-14, gave up four hits in
six innings in his first appearance since
Aug. 17. He worked out of three jams in
which Boston had runners in scoring NEW YORK (AP) - Darrell Porter
position with less tan two outs. had three hits, including his 14th homer
Stewart pitched the last three innings, of the season in the sixth inning, as the
earning his sixth save. St.Louis Cardinals beat the New York
Baltimore broke a scoreless tie with Mets 2-1last night.
three runs in the fourth inning off John
Tudor, 11-11. With one out, Cal Ripken' Neil Allen, 11-12, pitched 51-3 innings
singled, took second on Tudor's wild for the victory. Bruce Sutter, the fourth
pitch and scored on Eddie Murray's Cardinal pitcher, was credited with his
ground-rule double. Roenicke, who hit a .19th save.
grand-slam homer against Boston
Tuesday night, then hammered his 19th TOM SEAVER, 8-14, was the loser
homer of the year deep over the left- and worked seven innings before being
field wall. lifted for a pinch hitter.
The Orioles added a run in the sixth
when Lenn Sakata doubled, moved to The Cardinals took a 1-0 lead with an
third on Todd Cruz's inflield single and unearned run in the first inning. Lonnie
scored on Rick Dempsey's sacrifice fly. Smith reached base on an error by Ne
York third baseman Clint Hurdle, stole
Phillies 9, Expos 5 second, and scored one out later on
(first game) Willie McGee's single to center field.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Joe Porter's home run on a 1-2 pitch into
Morgan and Mike Schmidt each the right field bullpen made it 2-0.
USSR-US game off
DETROIT (AP) - An exhibition game between the U.S. Olympic hockey team.
and the Soviet Union national squad, scheduled for Dec. 5, was cancelled yesterday
in protest over the destruction of a Korean passenger plane, officials said.
"Shooting down an airliner with civilians aboard was a cold-blooded, barbaric
act, and to go through with the game would be in bad taste and a disgrace to the
memory of those who were killed and their survivors,"said Mike Ilitch, owner and
president of the Detroit Red Wings and Olympia Arenas Inc., in a statement an,
nouncing the cancellation. The game was to be played at Joe Louis Arena, which is'
operated by Olympia Arenas.
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