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May 28, 1982 - Image 17

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Orioles down

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP)- Sammy
Stewart tossed a five-hitter and Eddie
Murray hammered four hits and drove
in three runs last night as the Baltimore
Orioles beat the Texas Tangers 6-0.
The triumph was the first career win
over the Rangers for Stewart, 5-3, who
struck out two and walked two.
MURRAY HIT two singles, a double
and his sixth homer of the season. He
gave Baltimore a 2-0 lead with his first-
inning homer with Rich Dauer on first
via a single.
The Orioles added a run in the third
when Murray singled home Ken
Singleton, who had doubled, and
threatened to make it a big inning. Dan
Ford followed Murray's hit with a
double and Benny Ayala walked,
loading the bases and chasing Rangers
starter Frank Tanana, 1-7. But reliever
Dave Schmidt got Cal Ripken Jr. to
ground into an inning-ending double
Baltimore scored two more times in
the eighth, as Ripken singled home one
run and John Lowenstein came home
from third on a throwing error by
second baseman Mike Richardt.
Doubles by Murray and Ford, who had
three two base hits, gave the Orioles
their final run in the ninth.
It was the Orioles' seventh victory in
nine games and the Rangers' seventh
loss in nine tries.
Mets 4, Yankees 1
Youngblood's run-scoring single snap-
ped a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning and
triggered the New York Mets to a 4-1
victory over the New York Yankees last
night at Yankee Stadium in the 18th
Mayor's Trophy baseball game.
With two outs in the eighth, John

Erickson and Youngblood followed with
a single to center for the game-winning
THE METS added two insurance
runs in the ninth on an RBI single by
Wally Backman and a run-scoring
double by Tom Veryzer.
Terry Leach, who was called up from
the minors for the game, pitched one
inning, striking out one, to earn the vic-
The Yankees took a 1-0 lead in the
second when designated hitter Bobby
Murcer and Roy Smalley opened with
singles off Charlie Puleo. After Dave
Collins flied out, Butch Wynegar

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sharply to load the bases and mond Braves to a 7-6 exhibition victory
)ent followed with a sacrifice fly over the Atlanta Braves last night.
r.n wReynolds' hit brought home Larry
'r Owen, who had a two-run triple for
Mets had tied the score in the Richmond in the fourth inning,
inning when Rusty Staub hit All of Atlanta's runs came on homers.
organs first pitch into the right Terry Harper, who was just brought up
ats. The contest, attended by to the parent clubThursday from Rich-
argest crowd tose ithe playedors mond, hit a two-run shot in the fourth
amateur baseball in New York. inning.
Bob Horner added a three-run blast in
nkees lead the series 9-8-i. the fifth, and Jerry Royster hit a solo
mond 7, Atlanta 6 homer in the ninth.
Tim Cole picked up the win for Rich-
IMOND (AP) - A sixth-inning mond, and Roger Weaver was credited
ce fly by Mike Reynolds lifted the with a save. Randy Shields took the
ational League farm club Rich- loss forAtlanta.

Cogan breaks 200 mph

INDIANAPOLIS (AP)- Intermittent
raindrops couldn't dampen the speed
yesterday as Kevin Cogan and Mario
Andretti led another assault on the 200
mph mark in the final practice session
prior to Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
Cogan, whose Ford-powered Penske
PC-10-identical to the one driven by
teammate and pole-sitter Rick Mears-
will start in the middle of the first row,
was clocked on the Indianapolis Motor
Speedway electric eye at 202.292 mph
on his fast lap around the 2 -mile oval.
ANDRETTI, who will start from the
second of the 11 rows in the 66th Indy
race, piloted his Wildcat-Cosworth to a
top lap of 202.247.
The fastest recorded lap for Mears
was 200.758, but team owner Roger
Penske said, "We got both cars at 202
early in the practice. They were run-

ning great, so we took 'em back to the
garage. There wasn't anything else we
needed to do."
Not all 33 starters for Sunday's race
could say the same. Rookie Chet Fillip,
who has yet to drive his first lap in an
Indy-car race, failed to make it out
during the practice sessin because of a
clutch problem. The only other no-show
Thursday was two-year Indy veteran
Dennis Firestone, whose race engine
was being rebuilt.
A. J. FOYT, who qualified at more
than 203 'mph for a record 25th Indy
start, failed to get his March-Cosworth
over 170 mph in a brief appearance on
the track. the only four-time Indy win-
ner gruffly said the car had "some sort
of problem" and took it back to the
garage for work.

A crewman for Foyt, the third man in
the front row, indicated, however, that
the problem was in the chasis setup and
was not serious.
Michael Chandler, who putthe fastest
of the four stock block Chevrolet
engine-powered cars in the race, came
off the track spraying oil and the crew
immediately took it back to the garage
to begin repairs. And Gary Bet-
tenhausen didn't even complete his first
lap before blowing an engine in his
Bill Whittington, one of three Florida
brothers in the race this year, was back
on the track in the car he crashed Sun-
day during a practice session. Thje car
was extensively rebuilt but recorded a
top lap of 193:673 to join 19 other
machines over 190 yesterday.

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