Page 14 --The Michigan Daily-Monday, October 12, 1987
Giants need one for pennant
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -
Kevin Mitchell homered and drove in
two runs yesterday and the San
Francisco Giants ran past the St.
Louis Cardinals, 6-3, taking a 3-2
lead in the National League
The Giants moved within one
victory of their first World Series
appearance since 1962, using their
power and stealing the Cardinals'
speed. Game 6 will be Tuesday night
in St. Louis, away from the swirling
winds that turned Candlestick Park
into a crazy cauldron.
The Cardinals finally found a way
to contain Jeffrey Leonard, who went
0-for-4 after homering in the first
four games, but could not control
his teammates. This best-of-seven
matchup had been billed as power-
versus-speed, and the Giants had
San Francisco Manager Roger
Craig promised before the game that
his team would add a new
dimension, and it showed
immediately. Robby Thompson and
Mitchell stole bases in the first
inning and J o s e
Uribe stole another in the fourth
after his two-run single sparked a
four-run rally that made it 6-3.
down three to one
The Detroit Tigers lost to
the Minnesota Twins last
night, 5-3, to fall behind in
the American League
Championship Series, three
games to one. No story w a s
available at press time.
The series resumes tonight
THE GIANTS stole only 126
bases to St. Louis' 248 during the
season, but swiped more in the first
four innings in Game 5 than the
Cardinals have stolen in the series.
Meanwhile, San Francisco continued
to flex its muscles.
Mitchell singled home Thompson
in the first and launched a solo home
run in the third. The giants out-
homered St. Louis 205-94 during the
regular season and hold a 9-1 edge in
An injury to St. Louis starter
Greg Mathews, the winner in Game
1, opened the way for San Francisco.
Mathews left the game after three
innings because of a strained
quadricep muscle and Chili Davis
singled on Bob Forsch's first pitch
in the fourth. Forsch, who won
Game 3 with two shutout innings of
relief, faced four batters and all of
them scored as he took the loss.
Joe Price pitched five shutout
innings of two-hit relief for the
victory. He took over after Rick
Reuschel, hit hard in losing Game 1,
made his fourth straight poor start.
Price, who was plucked off the
scrap heap in the off-season and
spent the first three months in the
minors, did not allow a runner past
first base. He struck out six and
THE CARDINALS did not
make out quite so well with their
Davis opened the fourth with a
single off Forsch and raced to third
when Will Clark followed with a
hit-and-run single. A walk to Bob
Brenly loaded the bases and Uribe
singled sharply to right for a 4-3
lead, chasing Forsch.
Mike Aldrete, leading the Giants
with a .417 average with runners in
scoring position, batted for Reuschel
as the Giants tried to break the game
open. Aldrete hit a sacrifice fly off
Rick Horton, Uribe then stole third,
and Thompson tripled to right-center
to make it 6-3.
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137 gone in the game.
After receiving a pass from
defenseman Todd Copeland, Ryan
Pardoski shot the puck into the
Bowling Green zone along the
boards. The puck hit a crack to the,
side of the goal and bounced in front,
of the net, where Powers was
waiting to give the Wolverines their
season's first goal.
IF CONNELL was shaken by
this turn of events, he was even
more flabbergasted when
McCaughey faked a Falcon
defenseman to.the ice and then lifted,
a wrist shot s into the upper lefty
corner just two minutes after
Bowling Green, last year's
CCHA regular-season champion,
came right back with two goals of
its own in one-and-a-half minutes.
following McCaughey's tally.
Senior defenseman and captain Scott
Paluch, the game's number one star,
scored the first of his two goals on a
slap shot from just over the blue.
line, and senior wing Andy Gribble
tallied to even the score at two until
the second period.
The Wolverines exploded in the'
second period and early in the third
period to take a 6-3 lead and set the
stage for the Falcon comeback. In a
comeback effort that would have
made even the Detroit Tigers
envious, coach York's squad rallied
for four goals in the last nine
minutes of the game to defeat the-,
Wolverines, 7-6. Emerson, the'
CCHA Rookie-of-the-Year last
season, scored two goals in the rally,
including the game-winner with 1:13
It was not as if the Wolverines,
did not have the chance to'tie the,
game. Two chances in the last,
minutes were squandered, the best of'
which was a mad scramble in front
of the net where a missed rebound
shot into an empty corner of the net
closed the book on Michigan.
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