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May 14, 1982 - Image 18

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Page 18-Friday, May 14, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Tigers belt'
Special to the Daily
DETROIT- The Detroit bats wereH o etro
hot yesterday as the Tigers opened a
four-game series with the Minnesota 0
Twins by taking a 6-2 victory before
11,945 fans at Tiger Stadium. give M orr
The Tigers, who scored in each of the
first five innings, jumped to an early 2-0
lead in the first inning as right fielder the fifth when Herndon tripled hom
Chet Lemon started things off with a Hebner to make the score 6-0.
poke single to left-center field. Third Minnesota's only runs of the gam
baseman Enos Cabell advanced Lemon came with two outs in thebottom of tl
Co third on a single to right and Mike ninth inning when Kent Hrbek, th
ivie, the. Detroit designated hitter, Twins first baseman, picked up his te
brought Lemon and Cabell home with a th home run of the season with a tw
single toleft field, run blast into the second deck in le
IN THE second inning, the Tigers field.
kept their momentum going as left Tiger pitcher Jack Morris registers
fielder LarryHerndon parked his third his fifth win of the year, upping h
homer of the season over the 365-foot record to 5-3. Minnesota's John Pacel
mark in left field. took the loss, dropping his record to 0-2
Detroit picked up another run in the Phillie 8, Giants 1
third inning when first baseman Richie
Hebner doubled in center fielder Kirk PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Dic
Gibson, who had singled to left, making Ruthven pitched a six-hitter and Gar
the score 4-0. Matthews slammed a two-run hom
In the fourth inning Lemon singled in and drove in three runs as th
shortstop Alan Trammell, who had Philadelphia Phillies defeated theSa
walked. That run made the score 5-0, Francisco Giants 8-1 yesterday.
but the Tiger bats did not cool down It was the second straight complet
there as Detroit added its final run in game for Ruthven, 2-3, and the Phillie


fit hitters
Is fifth win
ne tenth victory in their last 11 games.
Rookie Alan Fowlkes, 3-2, took the loss.
ne The Phillies jumped out to a 3-0 lead
he against Fowlkes in the first inning on a
he double by Bob Dernier, an RBI single
n- by Mike Schmidt and Matthews' second
v- homer of the season.
ft Mots 4, Dodgers 2
vd NEW YORK (AP) - Hubie Brooks
is singled three times and drove in all four
la runs to-lead the New York Mets to their
2. fourth straight victory last night, a 4-2
decision over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The loss was the fourth straight for
.k the world champion Dodgers, who
y dropped one game under .500.
er The Mets pounded out 13 hits, in-
ie cluding the three by Brooks and four by
an John Sterns. Brooks singled two runs
across in the first inning and two more
te in the fourth - both times with two out
s' and the bases loaded - to back the nine-

hit pitching of Pete Falcone and Neil
Stearns, who scored twice, singled
with one out in the first inning off Burt
Hooton, 1-2, and one out later Dave
Kingman also singled. An infield hit
by George Foster loaded the bases and
Brooks' single up the middle scored
Stearns and Kingman.
Reds 2, Pirates 1
PITTSBURGH (AP)- Pinch hitter
Rafael Landestoy drove in the winning
run with Cincinnati's third double of the
ninth inning and right fielder Eddie
Milner threw out a runner at the plate
to end the game as the Reds rallied to
down the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 last
Johnny Bench, who had three of Cin-
cinnati's seven hits, opened the ninth
with a double off reliever Kent Tekulve.
Bench moved to third on a fly ball by
Larry Biittner and scored when Dan
Driessen doubled off loser Rod Scurry,
1-2. Landestoy then blooped a double
along the line in shallow right field.
Joe Price, 1-1, was the winner in
relief of starter Bruce Berenyi, who
went seven innings and yielded only a
first-inning run on an infield hit by
Omar Moreno, a stolen base, catcher
Alex Trevino's throwing error and
Johnny Ray's single.






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