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The Michigan Daily

Friday, September 25, 1987

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FERNANDEZ LOST FOR SEASON; DETROIT 11/2 BACK

Tigers
TORONTO (AP) -- Toronto lost
All-Star shortstop Tony Fernandez
for the season, but replacement
Manny Lee made the defensive play
of the Game Thursday night as the
Blue Jays held off the Detroit Tigers,
4-3, and increased its lead in the
American League East to 1.5 games.
Toronto won the opener of the
four-game series before 42,436 fans
and extended its lead over the second
place Tigers.
The Blue Jays, however, suffered
a major blow when Fernandez
fractured his right elbow following a
hard slide by Bill Madlock in the
third inning. Replays appeared to
indicate Madlock went out of the
basepath and collided with
Fernandez, who was scheduled to
undergo surgery last night.
Mike Flanagan, 3-1 since being
acquired from Baltimore in a trade

ose to
August 31, outdueled Jack
18-10, for the victory. Flana
overall, gave up three runs
hits in 6 2-3 innings. Tom
pitched the final inning for1
save.
Morris allowed four run
the third inning, and seven1
struck out nine but walked e
Lee preserved Toronto's
in the seventh. After Detroi
on a bunt single by Lou W
and singles by Kirk Gibsona
Trammell, Lee ran to his ri
leaped to catch Larry Hernd
drive and end the inning.
The Blue Jays took a 4-2
the third. Nelson Liriano rea
an infield single, Lloyd 1
walked and George Bell si
load the bases with one ou
Whitt hit a two-run single v
and Rance- Mulliniks lined

Jays, 4-3
Morris, double off the top of the left field
gan, 6-7 fence.
on nine Morris then uncorked his 22nd
Henke wild pitch of the season, tying the
his 34th AL record set by Texas' Bobby Witt
last season, on a 1-2 pitch to Fred
s, all in McGriff that allowed Whitt to
hits. He score.l
ight. The Tigers, who left the bases
4-3 lead loaded in the first inning, scored
it scored twice in the top of the third.
Vhitaker Madlock led off with a single and
and Alan was forced at second on Kirk
ight and Gibson's grounder. Madlock slid
on's line into Fernandez, who fractured the tip
of gis right elbow when it hit a:
2 lead in wooden border separating the
ached on artificial turf and dirt sliding area. a
Moseby

ngled to
it. Ernie
to center
an RBI

-Associated tre.
Vince Evans, a former Chicago Bear quarterback, practices throwing for the Los Angeles Raiders yesterday.
Evans is one of many players who has signed a free agent contract to replace striking National Football
League Players.
NFL talks stall as tensions flare

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Talks
aimed at ending the NFL strike
stalled yesterday with two k e y
management negotiators heading
home, the weekend's games wiped
out, and the two sides as far apart as
ever on free agency.
The owners' chief negotiators,
meantime, said that -six to eight
weeks'of hard bargaining remained
even if the free agency issue is
resolved.
Onday III at the picket lines,

confrontations continued as players
at three camps tossed eggs, insults,
and a beer bottle at substitute players
arriving for practice.
"There's nothing further to talk
about," Tex Schramm, president of
the Dallas Cowboys, said before
leaving the talks with Dan Rooney,
the Pittsburgh Steelers' president.
"We came here to talk about free
agency and we both exhausted that
topic. Neither side moved from their

position," he said. "If this is the
only issue that is prolonging the
strike, then it could be a long one."
Union head Gene Upshaw .said
after nearly eight hours of talks:
"They told us, as far as free agency,
that if it was 30 years they would
not give one guy freedom. So we
got problems."
Jack Donlan ,the owners'
negotiator, also gave no indication
that a quick end was near.

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