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October 08, 1987 - Image 10

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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily-Thursday, October 8, 1987

Twins lead series,


(Continued from Page 1)
double to left to score two more
runs. Baylor was thrown out at the
plate by shortstop Alan Trammell as
he also tried to score on the hit.
TIGERS manager Sparky
Anderson was denied his record-
equaling 10th consecutive playoff
victory dating back to 1975 and '76
Cincinnati teanis.
Fridays in The Daily

Following Gaetti's first homer,
Mike Heath, the Tigers number 9
hitter, tied the game at 1-1 with a
solo homer to left-center in the third.
Gaetti hit his second homer of the
game in the fifth inning to right-
center field. Randy Bush followed
that home run with a triple into the
right field corner, as the ball bounced
high off the vinyl tarp that is the
right field wall. Tom Brunansky's
double down the left field line scored
Bush. Steve Lombardozzi sacrificed
Brunansky to third and, one out
later, Dan Gladden's RBI single gave
the Twins a 4-1 lead.
KIRK GIBSON hit a two-out
solo homer to right in the sixth
inning for the second Detroit run. It

was only the fourth hit off Viola all
Viola worked out of a bases
loaded jam in the seventh after
allowing just one run, then had to
leave in the eighth as Detroit took
the lead.
Viola issued his first walk of the
game to Gibson leading off the
eighth, and Trammell followed with
a double that sent Gibson to third.
Reardon came on and Dave Bergman,
pinch hitting for Larry Herndon,
sacrificed to deep center field scoring
Gibson and sending Trammell to
third. Chet Lemon then hit a fly to
right that was caught in foul
territory by Brunansky, allowing the
go-ahead run to score.

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ST. L OUIS (AP)-Dave
Dravecky pitched a two-hitter and
Will Clark and Jeffrey Leonard
homered Wednesday as the San
powerand shut off theSt. Lous
Cardinals, 5-0, evening the National
League playoffs at one victory each.
Dravecky did not allow a runner
past second base and did not give up
a hit after Tommy Herrs single in
the fourth. Jim Lindeman singled in
the second for the Cardinals' other
h.Dravecky managed to avoid
trouble despite leadoff walks in four
innings. Those were his only walks
and he struck out six
The Giants, who outhomered St.
Louis 205-94 during the regular
season, seized control on Clark's
two-run homer in the second against
John Tudor. Clark almost lost the
home run when he came within a
stride of passing Candy Maldonado
on the bases.
Leonard homered to straightaway
center field opening the fourth for
the seecond straight day. Leonard,
with a $50,000 bonus clause in his
contract for being the Most Valuable
Player in the playoffs, also had two
singles and is five-fo-eight in the
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