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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP

Angels down

By JIM DWORMAN
Specialto the Daily
DETROIT - The Captain forgot his
hook.
Tiger manager Sparky Anderson,
known as "Captain Hook" for his quick
removal of pitchers, left his first two on
the mound a bit too long as the Califor-
nia Angels ended Detroit's eight game
win streak by pounding out a 9-7 win
over the Tigers.
PAT UNDERWOOD, a Detroit star-
ter, was shelled for two runs in each of
the first, third, and fourth innings. The
southpaw gave up home runs to Bobby
Grich and Bob Boone before Anderson
removed him at the start of the fifth in-
ning.
Underwood's successor Aurelio
Lopez, faired no better. Anderson
pulled Senor Smoke after only six bat-
ters, but not before Tim Foli and Fred
Lynn delivered RBI singles for the
Angels.
Larry Pashnik-came on to pitch three
and a third scoreless innings hbefore
yielding to Elias Sosa who shut down
the Angels in the ninth.
THE ANGELS raced to a quick 2-0
lead in the opening inning on singles by
Brian Downing and Rod Carew, a wild
pitch by Underwood, and a double to
left center off the bat of Don Baylor.
Detroit left fielder Larry Herndon
raced back towards center on Baylor's
double, dove for the ball, and got his
glove on it, but could not hold on to what
would have been the inning's final out.
The Tigers came back with one run in
the second on Herndon's single, a walk to
John Wockenfuss, and an RBI single by
Lou Whitaker.
California increased its lead to 4-1 in
the thrid when Grich blasted the ball in-
to the right field stands with Rod Carew
on base.
DETROIT GOT one back in the bot-
tom of the inning when Enos Cabell
singled home Alan Trammell, but in the
top of the fourth Boone's homer, with

Foli on Base, gave the Angels a 6-2 lead.
The Tigers, once again, bounced back
on singles hy Richie Hebner and Her-
ndon, and a two-run double by Wocken-
fuss to make the score 6-4.
California scored its final three runs
off Lopez in the fifth, but the Tigers
were not done.
They got one run in each of the final
three innings to bring the final score to
9-7. Detroit's final run came with two
outs in the ninth when Mike Ivie
knocked a solo homer into the lower
deck in left field.
Orioles 3, Blue Jays 0
TORONTO (AP)- Mike Flanagan
combined with two relievers on a seven-
hit shutout, and John Lowenstein
homered to pace the Baltimore Orioles
to a 3-0 victory over the Toronto Blue
Jays last night.
Flanagan, 2-4, spaced five hits over
seven innings and lifted his lifetime
mark against the Blue Jays to 13-4 as
Baltimore put together its first three-
game winning streak of the season.
FLANAGAN GAVE up just one extra-
base hit, a double by Garth Iorg in the
sixth, and did not walk a batter before
he was relieved by Tim S toddard.
Stoddard gave up a pair of hits before
yielding to Tippy Martinez with one out
in the ninth, and Martinez earned his
third save.
Lowenstein drove in two of the
Orioles' runs. In the third inning, he
gave Baltimore a 2-0 lead with a solo
home run off Jim Gott, 0-1. He tagged a
3-2 Gott fastball for his eighth homer of
the season.
In the fifth inning, Lowenstein drove
home Dan Ford with a single. Ford
walked to open the inning and advanced
to third when shortstop Alfredo Griffin
threw wildly to second for an error on
Ken Singleton's infield hit.
The Orioles loaded the bases without
scoring in the first inning, then took a 1-
0 lead with two out in the second. Lenn

Tigers
Sakata walked, moved to third on a
single by Al Bumbry and scored when
Rich Dauer singled.
Red Sox 8,A's 7
BOSTON (AP)- Home runs by Jim,
Rice, Dwight Evans, and Carl Yastr-
zemski highlighted a 18-hit attack that
boosted the Boston Red Sox to an 8-7
victory last night over the Oakland A's,
who lost their fourth straight.
Boston,.which has won three in a row,
rallied from a 4-1 deficit and took the
lead for good on Jerry Remy's single in
the fourth inning.
REMY'S HIT drove in Glenn Hof-
fman and made the score 6-5. Hoffman
had tripled in the tying run.
Tom Burgmeier, 2-0, picked up the
win by pitching 3 1-3 innings in relief of
starter Mike Torrez, and Mark Clear
got his eighth save. Rick Langford, 3-6,
gave up 14 hits and seven runs in 5 1-3
innings for the loss.
The A's went ahead in the first inning
on Cliff Johnson's solo homer, his four-
th, but Rice smacked his seventh homer

9-
to tie the score in the bottom of the in-
ning.
Braves 7, Phillies 6
ATLANTA (AP)- Chris Chambliss
drove in the tying run then scored the
game-winner on third baseman Mike
Schmidt's error in the seventh inning to
lead the Atlanta Braves past the
Philadelphia Phillies 7-6 last night.
After trailing early by five runs, the
Braves rallied for four runs in the fifth
inning and another in the sixth before
Claudell Washington led off the seventh
with a single. He was sacrificed to
second and scored on Chambliss' single
to tie the game6-6.
Chambliss moved to second on Dale
Murphy's single and reached third
when Bob Horner flied to center. He
came home when Schmidt bobbled
Bruce Benedict's grounder.
Steve Bedrosian, 3-0, the fourth
Atlanta pitcher, picked up the victory,
holding the Phillies scoreless over the
final three innings. Sparky Lyle, 1-1,
took the loss.

Bobby Unser to skip
this year's Indly 500
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Defending champion Bobby Unser said yesterday he will
skip this year's Indianapolis 500 to fulfill an obligation he now wishes he hadn't
made to be team manager for driver Josele Garza.
"It's the toughest thing I've done in 33 years of racing," said Unser, the first Indy
winner in 24 years to miss the next year's race.
UNSER, WHOSE 19 Indy starts are second only to 25-year-veteran A. J. Foyt,
said he had joined the Garza team in disillusionment over the furor following his
third Indy victory a year ago.
The 48-year-old Unser appeared to choke back his emotions several times during
a hastily assembled news conference at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the day
before the final weekend of qualifications for the May 30 race.
"There is a lot of sadness in Bobby Unser. I've waited too long," he said. "It's not
fair to a car owner at this point to wait any longer for my decision. I'm just not
going to run here this year."
SPECULATION HAD run high all month the Unser would jump into one of
several backup cars available to him to make a qualifying attempt after the 23-
year-old Garza was safely in the race. But Garza, last year's top Indy rookie,
crashed during a practice session prior to last weekend's time trials and Unser
spent most of the week testing the car.
"That put us a long way behind," Unser said. "Maybe that messed up any idea I
had of driving right there. But I wasn't sure of it at the time.
"This does not mean I'm retired," he added. "It's just that I feel an obligation to
the Garza team. I don't feel now that I'm ready to stop driving, but I have a com-
mitment to Josele. I really have an open deal with them. I can do anything I want
to, but I feel I havean obligation to run the team."
Unser indicated he will drive in other championship car races this season after
the Garza team is running smoothly. "There's not any doubt about that," he said.

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