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The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 13, 1980-Page 15
Sports 1M-

Tigers dump
By MARK MIHANOVIC
special tothe 0aiy S m e s
DETROIT-Two upper-deck home
DERI-w peuprdc oeruns by Champ Summers provided the
margin of victory as the Detroit Tigers
whipped the Minnesota Twins, 8-4, last m e is ca
night to take the rubber game of the
three-game series.
Detroit starter Pat Underwood went Wilfong batted in Minnesota's fourth h
8% innings and gave up 10 hits in less- run on a ground ball to second baseman l
than-masterpiecework, but chalked up Whitaker. c
his first win of the season against four Minnesota starter Pete Redfern was D
losses. Reliever Aurelio Lopez came on chased in the fourth in favor of Twin s
and walked Twin pinch-hitter Glenn loser Geoff Zahn.
Adams to load the bases and send the The Tigers' improved their record to r
tying run to the plate, but Hosken 24-28, sending them into their weekend B
Powell's liner found second baseman home stand with the Chicago White Sox. r
Lou Whitaker's glove to end the game. e
SUMMERS' FIRST homer after an -Mets 6, Dodgers 5
Al Cowens, who has hit safely in all his
10 games as a Tiger, double down the
third base line tied the game, 4-4. NEW YORK (AP) - Pitchers Dave
Detroit took the lead for good in the Goltx and Bob Castillo and shortstop f
sixth. Tom Brookens lined a two-out Bill Russell contributed run-scoring a
single to left. Whitaker and pinch-hitter throwing errors that enabled Newyiork
Jim Lentine walked, and Alan to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-5 t
Trammell, who finished the day 3 for 5,last night for the Mets' seventh victory
doubled inside the left field line to make in eight games.
it 6-4. Jeff Reardon, 3-2, the third of four -
Summers' second monumental shot, Mets pitchers, was credited with the
again coming with Cowens on base, victory despite pitching only one in-
made it 14 and put the game away for ning. Neil Allen worked the final three
the Tigers. innings for New York and picked up his
MINNESOTA DIDN'T wait long to 10th save, but only his first since May
start the game scoring. John Castino 21. t
drove the game's first pitch over Tiger Los-Angeles built a 5-0 lead against
right fielder Cowens' outstretched Mets' starter John Pacella in the first
glove for his third homer of the year three innings, with Dusty Baker driving ti
and a 1-0 Twin lead. Detroit came back in three with his 14th homer in the third. S
in the third to go up 2-1. Whitaker drew The homer was Baker's fourth in the m
a one out walk and Kirk Gibson singled three-game series against New York. t
to left, sending Whitaker to third. After In the fifth, New York scored four a
Gibson was thrown out stealing, times with the aid of an errant pick-off h
Trammell ripped a double to the left throw by Goltz that allowed the first run a
centerfield wall, tying the game at one to come home, a wild throw by Gussell _
apiece. that permitted the fourth run to score
Steve Kemp singled to center and and RBI singles by Lee Mazzilli and
brought Trammell around to score. Frank Taveras.
The see-saw descended on the Twins'
side at the top of the fourth. Singles by adres 1
Jose Morales and Willie Norwood and a Expos 9, Pa
400-foot ground rule double by Pete
Mackanin tied the game at two. Tiger
third baseman Brookens then threw MONTREAL (AP) - Rookie Brad
wide of home on a Sal Butera grounder Mills drove in three runs with a pair of
to give the Twins a 3-2 advantage. Rob singles and Charlie Lea scattered eight
Lundquist leads field
in Boston Five Classic
DANVERS, Mass. (AP)-Dale Lund- tour, is seeking her first victory. The 26-
quist hit all 18 greens in regulation year-old Florida resident is 64th on the
strokes to equal the best score of her earnings list this year with $9,190. Top
career and take an early first round prize in this $150,000 event is $22,500.
lead with a 68 in the Boston Five Classic Lundquist, whose best finish so far
yesterday. this year was 8th, used a driver just six
Veteran Kathy Whitworth was one times on the compact course and
stroke back after 13 holes, and Pam never had a bad lie in the fairway."
Higgins trailed by two strokes after 14 She had five birdies and one bogey.
holes. ' Whitworth, who has 80 tour victories
Lundquist used 32 putts to fashion her sicne turning pro in 1959, was 4-under-
4-under-par round over the par-72, par for the first nine holes but bogeyed
6,029-yard Radisson Ferncroft course. the 10th and the 11th before picking up a
"The key was hitting 18 greens in birdie on the 13th.
regulation. I didn't miss one green," TONIGHT thru SUNDAY
she said.
"The greens are what make this golf THE BEST
course very, very tricky. You can hit
the greens but then you have to read
them ... There are no straight putts." SECOND L iAfe o
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Twins,8
single, 'double, triple and homer in one
1 -rif game since June 1974 when Richie Zisk
accomplished the feat. He also drove in
his eighth and ninth runs in five games
and pushed his home run'total for the
' VI~tory seasonto 10
Pirate right-hander Jim Bibby, 7-1,
left after five innings, and Cincinnati's
over eight innings in his major Mike LaCoss, 4-6, was knocked out after
ie debut as the Montreal Expos allowing eight runs in three innings.
ed to a 9-1 victory over the San Enrique Romo relieved for Pittsburgh
o Padres last night for their ninth and earned his third save.'
ght victory. Brewers 8, Rangers 1
a, 1-0, a 23-year-old righthander
led Wednesday from the Denver MILWAUKEE (AP)-Sixto Lezcano
s of the American Association to drove in three runs, two with a double in
ice the injured Bill Lee, allowed Milwaukee's four-run eighth inning, as
i-base hit. Sal Bando lined an RBI single to cap a
three-run Milwaukee first inning,
"ates 10, Reds 6 . leading the Brewers to a 8-1 victory
over the Texas Rangers yesterday.
NCINNATI (AP)-Mike Easler hit Mike Caldwell, 6-2, scattered seven
he cycle, and Dale Berra slammed hits for the Brewers.
iree-run homer to power the THE BREWERS scored three
burgh Pirates to a 10-6 victory over unearned runs in the first off Gaylord
"incinnati Reds yesterday. Perry, 3-5, after a leadoff single by
sler became the first Pirate to hita Robin Yount and a walk to Don Money.
The Rangers scored -in the second
when Richie Zisk doubled and came
JACK TRIES HARDER home on a pair of grounders.
iNTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) Money hit an RBI double and Thomas
NEklau isE40RanB a.adeP)h added a run-scoring single in the eighth
vk Nicklaus is 40 and has made the for a 6-1 Brewers lead before Lezcano
very that you have to work harder unloaded his two-run double.
cel at anything at that age. ________________
fter the Los Angeles Open this win-
Nicklaus said, "I flew home on a SCORES
ay night and was out Monday
ing practicing for five hours. After American League
ackie Gleason ended, I went home Milwaukee8. Texas 1
played nine more holes before National League
ng my dinner. I had never done Pittsburgh 10.Cincinnati6
hing like that before." Mo"treals, San Diego I
New York 6, Los Angeles 5

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