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The Michigan Daily

Friday, April 11, 1986

Red Sox cool off Tigers

Page 7

By DAVE ARETHA
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - No come-from-behind
fun this time. After opening the
season with a pair of gutsy, 6-5 wins,
the Detroit Tigers were shut down
cold by the Boston Red Sox yesterday,
4-2.
With temperatures in the 30s and
flurries in the air, Boston starter Al
Nipper numbed the Tigers' bats,
allowing just four hits in eight and
two-thirds innings. Only a couple of
cheap singles and some frozen Red
Sox' fingers allowed Detroit to score
any runs at all.
THE RED SOX themselves
mustered just two singles in the first
four and two-thirds innings. But with
two outs and the bases empty in the
fifth, Boston smacked pitcher Dan
Petry silly, scoring all four of its runs
to take a 4-1 lead.
Fill-in shortstop Ed Romero started
the rally with a sharp double past
third base. Dwight Evans singled him
home, and after a walk to Wade
Boggs, Bill Buckner drove in Evans
with a double to right.
Jim Rice continued the assualt with
a two-run single to center before
Petry and reliever Chuck Cary silen-
ced the Sox the rest of the way.
UNLIKE THEIR first two games,
the Tigers had no heroes yesterday.
After combining for four home runs
and ten RBIs Monday and Wed-
nesday, Kirk Gibson and Darrell
Evans were hitless in seven at-bats.
The Tigers squeaked out runs in
both the second and seventh innings.
In the second, a single and two walks
loaded the bases for Detroit. With two
outs, shortstop Doug Baker, replacing
a sore-armed Alan Trammell, slap-
ped what seemed like a harmless
gounder to first baseman Buckner.
Buckner fielded the ball cleanly but
let it squirt out of his glove as he ran to

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Associated Press
Tiger catcher Lance Parrish is too late to beat the throw at third base.
The rest of the Tigers didn't fare much better, as the Red Sox handed
them their first loss of the season, 4-2, yesterday at Tiger stadium.

first. One run scored on the play, but
Darnell Coles was gunned down at the
plate trying to score from second.
A pair of groundball singles led to
Detroit's other run in the seventh. Af-
ter Coles beat out a slow roller to
second, Chet Lemon chopped a single
through the left side. A walk to pinch-
hitter Harry Spilman and a Dave
Collins bounce-out to Buckner brought

in the Tigers' final run.
A one-out error by Buckner and a
two-out walk by Nipper gave Detroit a
chance in the ninth. But reliever Joe
Sambito saved the game by getting
Larry Herndon to bounce to the
mound.
After a 6-0 start last year,
and a 9-0 beginning in 1984, the 2-1
Tigers head into Cleveland today for a
4:05 game with the Indians.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Berra 's squeeze lifts. NY, 6-5

NEW YORK (AP) - Pinch-hitter
Dale Berra's bases-loaded suicide
squeeze bunt-single with one out in the
10th inning scored Mike Easler as the
New York Yankees rallied from an
early five-run deficit and defeated
the Kansas City Royals, 6-5 yester-
day.
The winner was Dave Righetti, who
came in after Frank White had led off
the top of the 10th against Rod Scurry
with a double. The Royals attempted
a suicide squeeze but Lynn Jones
missed the ball and Wynegar, the cat-
cher, chased White toward third and
tagged him out.
The Yankees sent it into extra in-
nings with a ninth-inning run as pinch-
hitter Ron Hassey singled with one
out, Willie Randolph walked with two
away and Don Mattingly singled to
center.
The Royals scored two runs in the
first inning and three in the fifth to
chase Joe Niekro and give Bret
Saberhagen a five-run cushion. But
the 1985 Cy Young Award winner and
World Series Most Valuable Player
didn't survive the sixth inning.
Brewers 8, White Sox 5
CHICAGO (AP) - Ernest Riles hit
an opposite field-home run to climax a
four-run, ninth-inning comeback
yesterday as the Milwaukee Brewers

defeated Chicago, 8-5, to complete a
three-game, season-opening series
sweep of the White Sox.
With one out in the ninth, Mike
Felder singled off Bob James,
Chicago's fourth pitcher, and Robin
Yount followed with his third hit of the
game. James struck out Paul Molitor,
but Brewers' rookie Billie Joe
Robidoux tied it 5-5 with a single and
Riles hit his second homer of the
season, into the left-field seats.
When James hit the next Milwaukee
batter, Rob Deer, with his next pitch,
Deer appeared ready to charge the
mound. Players from both benches
streamed onto the field, but home
plate umpire John Shulock quickly
grabbed Deer. No punches were
thrown by any players.
A's 3, Twins 0
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Moose
Haas pitched six-hit, shutout ball for
seven and two-thirds innings and
rookie Jose Canseco hit a two-run
homer to lead the Oakland A's past
the Minnesota Twins, 3-0, yesterday.
The A's, winning their first game of
the season, scratched out their first
run with the help of Dave Kingman's
bunt single in the fourth inning. Can-
seco's homer in the seventh was the
team's first of the year.
Haas, acquired from Milwaukee,
walked one batter and struck out five

in his first game with the A's. He left
after Kent Hrbek doubled in the
eighth and Jay Howell saved his win.
The A's had four hits through six in-
nings off John Butcher. But Carney
Lansford doubled to open the seventh
and Canseco, who hit five homers last
year in an impressive September with
the A's, followed with his homer over
the center-field fence. -
Cardinals 4, Cubs 2
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Ozzie Smith
singled home two runs to break a four-
th-inning tie and Rick Ownbey earned
his first major-league win in almost
three years, leading the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 4-2 victory yesterday
over the Chicago Cubs.
Ownbey struck out two and walked
four before leaving the game two bat-
ters into the seventh inning. Todd
Worrell saved Ownbey's first victory
in a St. Louis uniform.
Ownbey's last big-league win came
on June 10, 1983, as a reliever for the
Mets.
Smith's hit was one of four St. Louis
singles in the game. Jack Clark
opened the fourth against loser Den-
nis Eckersley with a single to left and
Andy Van Slyke walked. After Terry
Pendleton sacrificed and Mike Heath
was hit by a pitch, Smith broke a 1-1
tie with his hit into center field.

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