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Page 8 -- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 7, 1987

Morris and

Tigers

falter
(Continued from Page 1)
New York opened the scoring in
the fourth inning. After Gary Ward
singled, Detroit third baseman
Darnell Coles threw Dave
Winfield's slow roller past first
baseman Darrell Evans. Winfield
reached second on the error and
Ward raced home with the unearned
run to give the Yankees a 1-0 lead.
The Tigers tied it in the sixth on
Lanry Hermdon's towering home run
to the 440-foot mark in left-center.
Detroit threatened to score in the
first inning when Winfield
mishandled Herndon's one-out shot
to rightfield. The ball bounced off
the base of the wall and Herndon
was awarded a triple. Yankees third
baseman Mike Pagliarulo saved a
run by snagging Chet Lemon's
sharply hit grounder and nailing
him at first. New York starting
pitcher Dennis Rasmussen struck
out Alan Trammell to end the
threat.
The Yankees choked potential
Tiger rallies in the eighth and ninth
innings. Both times the Detroit
lead-off batter reached first and was
sacrificed to second. Both times the
runners were stranded.
The 51,315 who braved the cold,
misty weather booed Governor Jim
Blanchard, who tossed out the
ceremonial first pitch. The fans had
little to cheer about throughout the
contest, either, as the Tigers
touched Yankee pitching for only
five hits, and never more than one
per inning.
The Detroit faithful applauded

in

tenth,

2-1

Dan Pasqua's effort in the fourth
inning. The Yankee Ieftfielder
snatched Coles' foul fly out of the
stands as he dived over the railing.
Herndon attempted a similar catch
in the Yankees' fifth. Wary of the
railing, however, the Tigers
leftfielder stopped short and the ball
landed at his feet. More boos.
Blue Jays 7, Indans 3
TORONTO (AP) - Lloyd
Moseby homered and drove in three
runs and Jimmy Key pitched three-
hit ball for six innings yesterday to
lead the Toronto Blue Jays over the
Cleveland Indians, 7-3, in the
American League opener for both
teams.
Willie Upshaw also homered as
Toronto rapped 11 hits, seven for
extra bases. Tony Fernandez hit an
RBI triple and Jesse Barfield and
rookie Mike Sharperson added run-
scoring doubles.
Key and relievers Mark Eichhorn
and Tom Henke combined on a six-
hitter.
A crowd of 40,404 watched the
game, the first in the majors this
year. Temperatures were near 50 and
a light rain began to fall in the fifth
inning.
Key, 14-11 with a 3.57 earned-
run average last year, gave up a
two-run homer to Pat Tabler in the
fourth inning. He struck out three
and walked three.
Orioles 2, Ranters 1
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Larry
Sheets' ninth inning sacrifice fly
scored pinch--runner Rene Gonzalez

Associated Press

New York Yankee leftfielder Dan Pasqua dives into the stands to catch a pop fly during the Tiger's opening
day, 2-1, loss at Tiger Stadium yesterday.

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with an unearned run to give the
Baltimore Orioles a 2-1 victory
over the Texas Rangers yesterday in
the opener for both teams.
With one out in the bottom of
the ninth, Ray Knight singled off
reliever Greg Harris, 0-1, and
Gonzalez ran for him. Gonzalez
went to third when Harris' pickoff
throw to first went wild and Harris
then walked Terry Kennedy and Jim
Dwyer intentionally.
Sheets then lofted a 3-2 pitch to
center for the winning run.
Texas took a 1-0 lead on the
third pitch of the game when
Oddibe McDowell hit a home run
over the centerfield fence off Mike
Boddicker.
The Orioles tied it 1-1 in the
second inning when Fred Lynn
doubled with one out, stole third
and scored when catcher Don
Slaught was charged with a passed
ball as Knight struck out. That
unearned run was the only one
allowed by Texas starter Charlie
Hough, who went seven innings
and allowed just four hits.
Brewers 5, Red Sox I
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Teddy
Higuera shut out the Boston Red
Sox on six hits for seven innings
and Robin Yount drove in two runs
yesterday as the Milwaukee Brewers
defeated the defending American
League champions, 5-1, in the
season opener for both teams.
The left-handed Higuera, who
w as 20-11 last season, w as
bolstered by a 12-hit attack and
several key defensive plays on a
windy day at County Stadium
before a crowd of 52,285. Higuera
struck out three and walked two.
Mark Clear pitched a hitless
eigth and Don Plesac worked the
ninth, allowing a run on a single
bye Donaylo asnd Becond bhasemane
Juan Cstir'eror.tney i
Yunt, layingrin hits 13thau
Mintefrs an tri anR double inrth
Brewers.
Stanley, primarily a reliever in
his career, started in place of Roger
Clemens, who ended a 29-day
holdout during the weekend, and
Dennis Boyd and Bruce Hurst, who
are both nursing injuries.
Reds 11, Expos 5
CINCINNATI (AP) - Terry
Francona and former Michigan
shortstop Barry Larkin hit two-run
homers during a nine-run fourth
inning yesterday that powered the
Cincinnati Reds to an 11-5 victory
over the Montreal Expos in the
traditona Nationa League3 opener.
basesad s"coed three"timssth
Reds overcame a 5-1 third-inning
deficit for their fifth consecutive
season-opening victory.
Cincinnati sent 12 batters to the
plate against loser Floyd Youmans
and two relievers in the fourth, its
most productive inning since
scoring 10 runs against the New
York Mets on May 4, 1985.
The Reds' big inning and 12-hit
attack overcame a rocky start by
Cincinnati left-hander Tom
Browning, battered for eight hits
and five runs in just three innings.
Bill Landrum earned his first major-

league victory with one perfect
ing
The game was played under
cloudy skies on a cool, damp
pegame'shower to see th Rds
101st home opener. It was the
largest ever regular-season
attendance at Riverfront Stadium.
Cincinnati, which boasts of the
first professional baseball team,
traditionally opens the National
NeletguePresident A. Bartlett
Giamatti was scheduled to throw
out the first pitch, but he was
involved in negotiations with
major-league umpires in New York
and couldn't attend. Former baseball
commissioner A.B. "Happy"
Chandler filled in for Giamatti,
winding up and bouncing the
ceremonial first pitch in the dirt.
Seven pitches later, Mitch
Webster lined a ball over the left-
field wall for Montreal's first run.
He also singled home the Expos'
fourth run of the game in the
second inning.
Davis led off the Reds' second

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