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Page 18 -The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 11, 1987

AROUND THE HORN:
East leaders hit stretch run

TORONTO (AP) - The New
York Yankees come to Toronto
hoping to avoid being buried in the
American League East title chase.
The Yankees, six and one-half
games behind first-place Detroit and
five games behind second-place*
Toronto, have only 23 games
remaining and must make a move
soon to avoid elimination.
Toronto faces a similar uphill
battle, with 14 of its 23 games
against either the Yankees or Tigers.
Although the Yankees have only
a 34-38 road record, they swept the
Jays at Toronto the last time the
clubs met in July.
The first of three games at
Exhibition Stadium is scheduled
tonight, with Toronto starting left-
hander Mike Flanagan, 4-6, against
New York left-hander Ron Guidry,
5-8.
ON SATURDAY, the Jays
will go with Jimmy Key, 15-6,
against New York's Tommy John,
12-5, in -another battle of left-
landers. On Sunday, right-hander
Rick Rhoden, 16-9, gets the call for

New York against left-hander John
Cerutti, 10-3.
"I said in New York City that the
Yankees aren't going to win it,"
Seattle Mariners manager Dick
Williams said when his club was in
Toronto last weekend. "Detroit and
Toronto are better."
What's the difference?
"Talent, pitching, and better-
balanced ball clubs here and in
Detroit," Williams said. "It all boils
down to pitching and defense because
the clubs can pound the ball."
Toronto manager Jimmy
Williams said he would use a four-
man pitching rotation the rest of the
season, featuring the three lefties
who will face the Yankees as well as
right-hander Jim Clancy, 12-10.
Leaving the rotation is Dave Steib,
13-8, who has lost three of his last
four starts.
IN ACTION last night:
Spike Owen tripled in the tying
run in the bottom of the eighth
inning and scored the winner on
John Marzano's single as the Boston
Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles

MICHAEL BRECKER BAND
SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 26,8 PM
P O W E R CE N T E R

5-4.
The victory was th third in a row
for the Red Sox and seventh without
a defeat this season against the
Orioles. The Orioles have lost four
straight.
Todd Benzinger walked with one
out and, after reliever Tom
Niedenfuer, 3-4, got Pat Dodson to
pop out, scored as Owen tripled to
center. Marzano followed with a
single to left that brought home
Barrett.
Joe Sambito, 2-4, got the victory
despite allowing Baltimore to take
the lead in the top of the eighth.
Wes Gardner pitched the ninth
inning for his 10th save.
Paul Molitor broke out of a
hitting slump with two doubles, a
single, a walk, and three stolen bases
and Glenn Braggs drove in two runs
Thursday to lead the Milwaukee
Brewers to a 4-3 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
Molitor, who had only nine hits
in 57 at-bats since his 39-game
hitting streak was snapped Aug. 26,
singled in the first, stole second and
scored on Braggs' single.
Molitor doubled to begin a three-
run Milwaukee third off Detroit
starter Frank Tanana, 13-10. He then
stole third and scored on Braggs'
high-hop infield single.
The Tigers made it 4-2'in the
fifth on Tom Brookens' 11th homer
of the season, then chased Nieves in
the sixth. Chet Lemon walked, Larry
Herndon singled and Matt Nokes
delivered a run-scoring single to
right.
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