Page 14-Saturday, May 29, 1962-The Michigan Daily
SPOR TS OF T H E DAILY
Hatch is 'M' softball MYP
The Michigan softball team had it's
season ending banquet last night at
Crisler Arena. Rookie of the Year went
to first baseman Mena Reyman. The
Maize and Blue award, given to the
player who shows the hardest work and
dedication was won by Tammie San-
ders, a senior catcher. The Pitcher of
the Year award went to Jan Boyd, a
junior. And finally, the team's MVP
was Diane Hatch, an outfielder.
The Wolverines finished the season
with a 31-14 record and were third at the
Chargers acquire Siemon
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Veteran lineback-
er Jeff Siemon has been acquired by the
San Diego Chargers from the Min-
nesota Vikings in exchange for an un-
disclosed future draft choice, a
spokesman for the Chargers said
The 6-foot-2, 235-pound Siemon was a
starter in 100 consecutive National
Football League games for the Vikings,
beginning with the seventh game of his
rookie season in 1972. He was the
Vikings' No. 1 draft pick out of Stanford
that year. Siemon has played in four
Pro Bowl games.
Browns sign Bahr
CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland
Browns have signed veteran
placekicker Matt Bahr and ninth-round
draft choice Milton Baker to a series of
one-year contracts each, the National
Football League team said yesterday.
Bahr, who came to Cleveland in a
trade with the San Francisco 49ers
last season, was the only Browns
veteran to play out his option after the
season. He led the team in scoring in
1981 with 61 points.
Baker, a tight end from West Texas
State, was the second 1982 .draft choice
° to sign with Cleveland. The first was
running back Dwight Walker, a fourth-
round pick from Nicholls State Univer-
sity in Louisiana.
Gardner's contract renewed
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - In a show of
confidence yesterday, the slumping
Minnesota Twins renewed Manager
Billy Gardner's contract through the
The Twins have lost their last eight
games, 13 of their last 14 and 31 in their
GARDNER SAID owner Calvin Grif-
fith called him into his office yesterday
morning and gave him the news. He
said he had not been concerned about
"I've been in the game 38 years," the
54-year-old Gardner said. "I don't
worry about those things. I told my
wife I'm not going to look over my
"I never really considered being
fired. But it makes me feel good. I'm
just happy to still be in the big
GARDNER, A former major league
infielder and an original member of the
Twins when the team moved to Min-
nesota from Washington in 1981, took
over as manager May 22, 1981, when
Johnny Goryl was fired.
Gardner said he hoped his contract
renewal would help the team.
"For one thing, they the players will
know the things I do will carry over un-
til next year," he said. "We've got a lot
of young kids and I know now I'll be
with them the rest of the year."
Rookie first baseman Kent Hrbek,
one of the most productive members of
baseball's youngest team, agreed.
"It helps him because maybe he can
bear down on us a little more," Hrbek
"I hope he sticks around as long as
I'm horn Ilike nlavina for the man."
. . . gets vote of confidence
CLEVELAND (AP)- John Denny
pitched a five-hitter, and Mike
Hargrove and Andre Thornton keyed a
five-run third inning that gave the
Cleveland Indians their fifth straight
victory, a 5-2 triumph over the Chicago
White Sox last night.
Denny, 3-5, struck out three and
walked three as he recorded his fourth
complete game. The Cleveland right-
hander retired the last 19 Chicago hit-
ters after yielding both White Sox runs
in the third inning.
RON LEFLORE led off the third with
a single, stole second, went to third on a
sacrifice by Tony Bernazard and
scored on Steve Kemp's groundout to
second. Greg Luzinski then singled,
Tom Paciorek walked and Harold
Baines slapped a run-scoring single for
a 2-0 Chicago lead. Denny then retired
Carlton Fisk on a grounder to end the
inning and did not allow another
Rick Manning singled off Steve
Trout, 4-4, to open the Cleveland third.
Bill Nahorodny doubled Manning to
third, and after Trout retired the next
two batters, Toby Harrah was walked
intentionally to load the bases.
Hargrove then singled for two runs
and Thornton followed with a run-
scoring double down the left field line.
Chicago left fielder Steve Kemp threw
to second trying to nail Thornton, but
the throw was wild, allowing both
Hargrove and Thornton to score for a 5-
2 Cleveland lead.
Cubs 4 , Dodgers 3
CHICAGO (AP)- Keith Moreland's
two-run homer plus a two-run double by
Ryne Sandberg powered the Chicago
Cubs and Randy Martz to a 4-3 victory
over the Los Angeles Dodgers yester-
Moreland hit his ninth homer of the
season in the fourth inning after Bill
Buckner singled. Sandberg delivered
his two-run double off loser Bob Welch,
5-3, in the fifth inning.
White Sox,- 5-2
JODY DAVIS doubled with one out in and Martz, 4-3, retired seven in a row
the fifth. Martz walked and Bump Wills before Steve Sax opened the Dodgers'
looped a single to center, filling the eighth with a single and Orta followed
bases, before Sandberg followed with a with a single. Dusty Baker flied deep to
double down the right field line. letbfrLeSmhreivdM tz
Martz, celebrating his 26th birthday, left before Lee Smith reeved Martz.
had the most trouble with Jorge Orta, Sax then scored on a single by Pedro
who had four hits, including his second Guerrero.
homer of the season, in the third inning. Bill Campbell replaced Smith in the
Orta doubled with two out in the fifth, ninth and earned his fifth save of the
season. Ron Roenicke's sacrifice fly
gave the Dodgers their third run.
Expos 4, Reds 2
MONTREAL (AP) - Andre Dawson
doubled and Tim Wallach singled to
drive in runs in Montreal's three-run
first inning, and Scott Sanderson pit-
ched a six-hitter to beat the Cincinnati
Reds 4-2last night.
Sanderson, 5-3, pushed his lifetime
mark against the Reds to 5-0 and pit-
ched Montreal to its seventh straight
victory. He struck out eight and walked
REDS STARTER Bruce Berenyi, 4-4,
helped fuel Montreal's bit inning when
he ran into control troubles. With one
out in the inning, Terry Francona
walked and moved to second on a wild
, a pitch.
Cievelands5, Chicago 2
Chicago 4, Los Angeles 3
San Francisco lo, Pittsburgh 5
CHICAGO CUBS' BILL Buckner slides safely back to first base during the
Cubs' 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers yesterday.