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The Michigan Daily-Friday. July 17, 1980-Page 15
Tigers downed by As, 5-2

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Tony Ar-
mas drove in four runs with a triple and
homer while light-hitting shortstop
Mario Guerrero drove in the winning
run with a single and aquelched a
Detroit rally with a leaping catch as the
Oakland A's defeated the Tigers 5-2
Guerrero, who had driven in only nine
runs before knocking in two in Wed-
nesday night's 7-2 loss, stroked a fourth-
inning single off loser Jack Morris, 11-8,
scoring Wayne Gross and breking a 2-2
tie. Gross opened the inning with a
single and went to second on a two-out
infield hit by Mike Heath.
Guerrero, hitting only .215 before the
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series with the Tigers but in the lineup
because of his glove, showed his fielding
ability in the seventh.
With Rick Peters on second base and
one out, Steve Kemp lined what seemed
like a sure hit over Guererro's head but
the shortstop timed his leap perfectly
and snared the ball. Richie Hebner then
grounded out to end the threat against
winner Matt Keough, 10-9, who hurled
his 15th complete game of the year.
Armas, who gave the A's a 2-0 lead in
the first inning with a triple, hit a two-
run homer for Oakland's final runs in,
the eighth. It was his 19th of the season
and fifth in the last seven games.
The Tigers tied the score in the fourth

on a walk to Al Cowens, a run-scoring
double by Tom Brookens and an RBI
single by Lou Whitaker.
Orioles 1, Brewers 0
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Dennis Mar-
tinez, making his first start for the
Baltimore Orioles in over two months,
beat the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 yester-
day as Doug DeCinnes drove in the
game's only run with his seventh homer
of the year.
Martinez, 2-1, allowed just five hits
and got last-out help from reliever Tip-
py Martinez to get the victory.
Dennis Martinez retired the first 12
batters he faced before Gorman

Thomas led off the fifth with a double.
He then retired the next seven hitters
before Cecil Cooper and Thomas hit
consecutive singles with one out in the
seventh. Cooper's hit extended his hit-
ting streak to 14 consecutive games.
Baltimore's only run came in the
second when DeCinces lined a pitch
from Bill Travers, 9-4, over the left field
Travers nearly matched Martinez
pitch-for-pitch, allowing only two hits
but DeCinces' homer proved fatal.
Dodgers 3, Cubs 1
CHICAGO (AP) - Don Sutton handcuf-
fed the Chicago Cubs on just three hits
while Steve Garvey collected three hits
and an RBI, increasing his major
league leading total to 71, as the Los
Angeles Dodgers defeated Chicago 3-1
Sutton set the first 11 Cubs down in
order before giving up a harmless two-
out single to Bill Buckner in the fourth.
Then he retired the next 11 Chicago hit-
Sutton, 7-2, struck out four and
walked one but lost his shutout in the
ninth on Lenny Randle's two-out, RBI-
The Dodgers scored in the first as
Davey Lopes lined starter Dennis
Lamp's first pitch into center field for a
base hit. He took third when Rudy Law
followed with a single and came home
on an infield hit by Reggie Smith.
Garvey followed with a double to left
field, scoring Law. Then Lamp walked
Ron Cey to load the bases, but retired
the next two batters.
Los Angeles raised the margin to 3-0
in the fourth after Joe Ferguson worked
a one-out walk, took second on a
sacrifice by Sutton and scored on
Lopes' single to center.
Lamp, 8-8, yielded seven hits in six
innings before giving way to Bill
Caudill, who finished up for Chicago.
American League
OaklandS, Detroit2
Baltimore 1, Milwaukee0
-oston 12, Ka-- as-C-ty
National League
Los Angeles3, Chicago1
Pittsburgh 3anFrancisco2
Montreal 6Cincinnt

Softball Ballerina o
The World Fastpitch Softball tournament displayed fierce play as the United
States' shortstop narrowly missed a South African player during a 5-0 victory
by the USA on Wednesday.

Seaver begins comeback

CINCINNATI (AP)-Cincinnati's Tom Seaver threw from
the pitcher's mound for the first time in two weeks on Thur-
sday and reported no pain or tightness in his right shoulder..
Seaver, on the disabled list with tendinitis in his pitching.
shoulder, said he was encouraged with his workout Thur-
sday. He started throwing on the sidelines three days ago and
threw about 50 pitches from the mound before the Reds
game with Montreal.
I DIDN'T FEEL any pain, which is what we were looking
for," Seaver said. "Now we'll be looking to see what the reac-
tion is, if it's irritated by the throwing."
Seaver, 35, said he threw at about 80 percent of his-normal

fastball speed but avoided throwing curves.
"I had very good extension. I got my arm in the right
throwing position. I'm encouraged. We just have to see how it
If there is no stiffness or pain today, Seaver said he would
probably throw again on Sunday.
The three-time Cy Young award winner said the injury
was difficult to accept at first, but his mental attitude con-
tinues to improve during the rehabilitation.
"Now it's not terribly difficult mentally as long as I make
progress," Seaver said.
"It seems tobegetting better everyday..

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