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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 22, 1987-- Page 19

BASEBALL ROUDUP

Brewers
CHICAGO (AP) - The
Milwaukee Brewers' record-tying
13-game winning streak from the
start of the season ended last night
when they lost to the Chicago
White Sox, 7-1, on home runs by
Donnie Hill and Greg Walker.
Starter Joel Davis, with relief
help from Jim Winn, thwarted
Milwaukee's bid for a major-league
record 14-0 start.
It was not another come-from-
behind night for Milwaukee, which
trailed 5-0 after three innings, on an
evening with the temperature
dipping into the low 40s and 22-
mph wind blowing in from left
field.
The White Sox jumped on
rookie Mark Ciardi, 1-1, for five
runs in the first three innings and
Davis checked Milwaukee on four
hits before departing in the sixth
inning. Davis, 1-1, moved up in
the rotation when Neil Allen was
put on the disabled list, but White
Sox manager Jim Fregosi did not
announce his starter until game
time.

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career,
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game b
wrist i
Dan Pa
of the
Yankee
game
Detroit.
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knuckle
struck
appeara
flexing
Grubb's
hit to s
was not
Niekro
X-rays.
Niek
brother
Clevela
victorie
leaguer
Jim Per
Afte

winning strea
ftees 3, Tigers j pitched three hitless innings for his
W YORK (AP) - Joe first American League save.
won the 214th game of his The Yankees managed only a
allowing only two singles pair of second-inning singles off
he was knocked out of the Walt Terrell, 1-2, and trailed 1-0
y a line drive off his left until Pasqua, batting just .107, led
n the seventh inning, and off the bottom of the fifth with a
isqua hit his first home run line drive into the lower right-field
season as the New Yorkss.
,s won their eight straight Red Sox 8, Royals 0
last night, defeating the BOSTON - Roger Clemens,
Tigers 3-1. who lost his first two decisions
kro, 1-1, the 42-year-old after missing all of spring training
eballer, walked four and in a contract dispute, pitched a
out two in only his second three-hitter last night for his first
nce of the season but left victory of the season as the Boston
his wrist after Johnny Red Sox defeated the Kansas City
s smash went for an infield Royals 8-0.
tart the seventh. The injury Clemens, who won his first 14
I believed to be serious but decisions last year, held Kansas
was taken for precautionary City hitless for six innings and
retired 16 consecutive batters before
kro and his 48-year-old Frank White got the Royals' first
Phil, who pitches for hit, a clean single to short center
nd, have combined for 526 leading off the seventh. Danny
s, three short of the major- Tartabull followed with a single to
record held by Gaylord and left, but Clemens retired the next

k halted

three batters.
Clemens struck out
walked one.

six and

Indians 5, Blue Jays 0
Cory Snyder and Pat Tabler hit
two-run homers and Tom Candiotti,
the American League leader in
complete games a year ago, pitched
a six-hitter for his first complete
game of1987 yesterday as the
Cleveland Indians beat the Toronto
Blue Jays, 5-0.
The victory was the Indians'
third in the last four games, after an
eight-game losing streak.
Candiotti, 1-3, struck out three
and walked one, giving the Indians
their second shutout in three days.
Greg Swindell blanked Baltimore in
the first game of a doubleheader
Sunday.
Toronto starter Jimmy Key, 3-1,
took the loss, allowing five runs on
eight hits in eight innings after he
had yielded a total of only five runs
in his first three games.

Associated Press:
Milwaukee's Robin Yount is forced out at second base during the
Brewer's 7-1 loss to Chicago White Sox last night. It was Milwaukee's first
loss of the season.

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