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Page14-Thursday, June 11, 1981--TheMichigart Daily
MAJOR LEA GUE ROUNDUP
Orioles soar past Oakland, 3-1

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Eddie
Murray drove home one run and set up
another and Mike Flanagan pitched 7Y3
innings of two-hit ball yesterday,
leading Baltimore to a 3-1 victory as the
Orioles salvaged the final game of a
three-game series with the Oakland
A'a.
Murray and Mark Belanger provided
RBI-singles and Dan Graham hit a
sacrifice fly to back Flanagan, 7-4. The
only hits off him were a second-inning
single by Mike Heath and a fifth-inning
triple by Shooty Babitt..
IN THE FIRST inning, Al Bumbry
and Rich Dauer singled off Rick
Langford, 5-7. Bumbry took third on
Ken Singleton's double-play grounder
and scored on Murray's opposite-field
single to left. In the fourth, walks to
Terry Crowley and Graham preceded
Belanger's run-scoring single.
The final Baltimore run, in the
eighth, came on a single by Murray, a
sacrifice by Crowley, a single by John
Lowenstein and Graham's fly to left.
Expos 11, Braves 2
MONTREAL (AP) - Lance Parrish
crashed his second homer of the season,
a three-run blast in the fifth inning, to
highlight a 12-hit attack that carried
Bill Gullickson and the Montreal Expos
to an 11-2 victory over the Atlanta
Braves last night.
Gullickson, 3-6, had been provided
with only 11 runs by his teammates in
his six losses this season. But he got
plenty of support Wednesday and scat-
tered 11 hits, walked two and struck out
nine.
RUN-SCORING singles by Dale Mur-
phy and pinch-hitter Bob Porter in the
fifth inning snapped Gullickson's
shutout bid.

Expos' rookie Tim Raines stole two
bases, his 47th and 48th of the season. to
move 20 games ahead of the pace set by
St. Louis' Lou Brock in 1974, when he
set a major league record with 118
steals.
Royals 7, Blue Jays 4
TORONTO (AP) - Amos Otis drove
in four runs on four hits, including a tie-
breaking two-run double in the eighth
inning, and George Brett hit his first
home run of the season as the Kansas
City Royals handed Toronto its 10th
consecutive loss with a 7-4 victory last
night.
Dennis Leonard, 6-7, scattered nine
hits by the Blue Jays. He struck out
seven without issuing a walk.
U. L. WASHINGTON walked with one
out in the eighth and Brett singled off
Mark Bomback, 3-5. With two away;
Otis stroked a 3-0 pitch off reliever Joey
McLaughlin to right-center to score
both runners and break the 4-4 tie.
Cesar Geronimo's single and stolen
base and Willie Wilson's single gave
Kansas City its final run in the ninth.
The Royals scored in the second when
Otis doubled, moved to third on a single
by Hal McRae and scored when McRae
was trapped between first and second.
They made it 2-0 in the fourth when Otis
singled home Washington, who had
walked and stolen second.
The Blue Jays tied it in the fifth. Al
Woods led off with his first homer of the
season, then Barry Bonnell singled,
stole second and scored on Ernie
Whitt's single.
Reds 2, Mets 0
NEW YORK (AP) - Mario Soto
tossed a six-hitter and George Foster
hammered a leadoff home run in the

fourth inning to lift the Cincinnati Reds
to a 2-0 victory over the New York Mets
last night.
Soto, 6-6, worked his sixth con-
secutive complete game and won for
the fifth time in his last six decisions.

He struck out 12 and issued one walk.
Foster hit the first pitch from Mets
left-hander Randy Jones in the fourth
inning for his 13th home run of the
season.

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usial's National League Record.
Gridders put
on probation
at SMU
MISSION, Kan. (AP) - The National
Collegiate Athletic Association yester-
day placed the Southern Methodist
University football program on
probation for two years and barred the
team from any televised games next
season because of recruiting violations.
The NCAA said the football team also
is barred from participating in post-
season bowl action next season.
The NCAA's investigation followed
allegations that violations occurred in
SMU's recruitment of prospective
student-athletes during the 1978-79
academic year.

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