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MGt he Michigan Daily-Friday, May 15, 1981-Page 19
Boston dums Minnesota, 9-7

Schmidt's first major league home run,
a leadoff shot in the 11th inning, helped
the Boston Red Sox beat the Minnesota
Twins 9-7 yesterday after blowing an
early 6-0 lead.
Schmidt's homer, a 375-foot shot into
the left field seats, was the fourth
homer in Boston's 15-hit attack and
came off reliever Don Cooper, 0-2. Bill
Campbell, 1-0, was the winner in relief
with two scoreless innings.
The Red Sox, winning for the seventh
time in their last eight games, added
another run on walks to Carl Yastrzem-
ski and Jim Rice plus Tony Perez's
single, his fourth RBI.
Chuck Baker's first American
League hit, a one-out bloop to short
right field in the sixth inning, started
Minnesota's comeback. Gary Ward and
John Castino followed with singles,
scoring Baker, and Mickey Hatcher
made it 6-2 with a sacrifice fly.
California 9, Milwaukee 1
MILWAUKEE (AP)-Butch Hobson
lined a bases-loaded misplayed triple to
spark a four-run California second in-
ning and Geoff Zahn pitched a five-
hitter, leading the Angels to a 9-1 vic-
tory yesterday over the slumping
Milwaukee Brewers.
Don Baylor added a solo home run for
the Angels; who have won five games in
a row and six of their last seven. The
Brewers lost for the seventh time in
their last eight games.
A single by Rick Burleson, a wild pit-
ch and a double by Baylor put the
Angels ahead 1-0 in the first inning. A
single by Ed Ott and a walk started the
four-run second and the runners advan-
ced on a wild pickoff attempt by cat-
cher Charlie Moore.

Baltimore 10, Toronto 0
TORONTO (AP) - Mike Flanagan
hurled a five-hitter in shutting Toronto
out for the second time in two weeks
and Wayne Krenchicki led a 17-hit at-
tack by driving in three runs as the
Baltimore Orioles trounced the Blue
Jays 10-0 last night.
It also was Baltimore's second
shutout in as many nights against Tor-
onto, coming on the heels of Scott
McGregor's three-hitter Wednesday
Baltimore opened the scoring in the
first inning when Al Bumbry led off
with a double, moved to third on a
grounder and came home on Ken
Singleton's double.
Baltimore scored another run in the
eighth on Bumbry's sacrifice fly and
the Orioles added the last three in the
ninth on Murray's two-run homer, his
second of the season, and Dempsey's
RBI double.
Philly 3, San Francisco I
wind-blown fly ball by San Francisco
center fielder Bill North with two out in
the eighth inning enabled the
Philadelphia Phillies to score the tying
and lead runs and beat the Giants, 3-1
Winner Dick Ruthven, 5-1, and loser
Vida Blue, 3-3, were locked in a
scoreless duel until the Giants broke
through with a run in the seventh.
DarrellEvans led off with a single and
moved to second on Larry Herndon's
sacrifice. After Joe Morgan was walked
intentionally, Milt May singled for a 1-0
Blue, trying for his 50th National
League victory, issued five of his eight

walks in the first three innings but set-
tled down until the eighth when Mike
Schmidt opened with a single and went
to second on Manny Trillo's one-out
After Garry Maddox struck out,
Larry Bowa lofted a fly to right-center.
North got under the ball but it glanced
off his glove for a two-base error,
scoring Schmidt and Trillo.
San Diego 10, New York 6
SAN DIEGO (AP)-Broderick Perkins
continued his major league-leading bat-
ting pace with a pair of hits yesterday,
including a tie-breaking double that
drove in the first of five eighth-inning
runs as the San Diego Padres beat the

New York Mets 10-6 for their fourth
consecutive victory.
Perkins, batting .417 and riding a 13-
game hitting streak, stroked his double
to left field off reliever Pete Falcone, 1-
1, to score Gene Richards, who singled
and was sacrificed to second.
The Padres added four more runs in
the inning. Falcone calked Perkins to
third and he scored on Joe Lefebvre's
single. One out later, Juan Bonilla
singled to right with Lefebvre scoring
when catcher Alex Trevino dropped
second baseman Doug Flynn's relay
Bonilla took second on the throw and
scored when reliever Gary Lucas, 3-3,
who worked the final 2 2-3 innings,

'M' golfers in Big Tens

MINNESOTA (UPI) - Joe Sindelar,
hottest-scoring Big Ten golfer this year,
and his Ohio State teammates are
favored to win their sixth consecutive
Big Ten golf title this weekend at the
University of Minnesota.
The Michigan linksters hope to get a
team effort to place in the standings, as
they come off the Badger Invitational
last weekend where they placed second
with a fine performance by Ed
HUMENIK, WHO WON the tourney is
a sudden-death hole, feels he's been hit-
ting very well as he enters the tourney.
Other Michigan players who should
turn in strong performances are John
Morse, the team leader so far this
season, and Steve Maddelena.
In action against Ohio State this year,
the Wolverines placed- seventh while
their opponents were in first. Michigan,
who has beaten Michigan State, a top
contender for the title, could do well if
all players swing their best.
Big Ten golfers practiced on the 6,359-
yard par 71 course yesterday and tee off
in the three-day 72-hold competition
today. They will play 18 holes today, 36
holes tomorrow and 18 on Sunday.
OHIO STATE HAS won impressively
in two previous meetings with all Big

Ten golf squads this year. The
Buckeyes scored a 29-stroke victory
over Purdue when Ohio State hosted the
Kepler Intercollegiate last month. Then
at the Northern Intercollegiate two
weeks ago in West Lafayette, Ind., Ohio
State beat Purdue by 16 strokes.
Sindelar leads the Buckeyes with a
21-round average of 72.2, the best of any
Big Ten golfer this season. Chris Perry,
Rocky Miller and Bruce Soulsby all
average 73.8. Mike McGee has a 15-
round average of 73.9 and teammate
Greg Ladehoff a 21-round mark of 74.
Purdue, Indiana and Michigan State
are among the main contenders for the
team title.
American League
Soson 9, Minnesota 7
California S, Milwaukee 1
Baltimore 10, Toronto 0
Texas 3, Kansas Citg2
National League
Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 1
SanDiego10,New York6 .
Cincinnati 6, Chicago 1
NHL Playoffs
NewYork 6,Minneota 3

AP Photo
Third base umpire Jim Evans, breaks dp home plate umpire Al Clark, left,
and Oakland A's manager Billy Martin last night during the third inning at
Yankee Stadium. Billy appeared to be angered over Clark's talk with the A's
pitcher Mike Norris after the righthander decked Reggie Jackson with a pit-

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