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Page 16 Thursday, May 6, 1982 The Michigan Daily
'M' takes two from Easternd

By JIM DWORMAN
SpecialtotheDaily
YPSILANTI- For the second
straight day, Michigan pitchers limited
their opponents to six hits in a
doubleheader to carry the Wolverine
baseball team to an 8-2, 9-4 sweep over
Eastern Michigan.
Dave Kopf and Rich Stoll held the
Hurons--who entered the game with a'
.324 team batting average-to just
three hits in the eight-inning opener and
Steve Ontiveros, Gary Wayne and Tim
Karazim combined to do the same in
game two as Michigan upped its record
to 33-7.
The Wolverines took the first game
by scoring a run in the seventh to send
the game into extra innings and then
exploding for six more in the eighth.
John Young led off the seventh by lining
a single to center.
JAIME VELA pinch ran for Young
and advanced to second on a single by
Tony Evans. But Vela was thrown out
at third by Huron catcher Tom Siefert
while trying to advance on a pitch that
skipped away from the Eastern
backstop. Evans, however, moved to
second on the play and subsequently
scored when Chris Sabo's grounder
bounced out of Huron shortstop Tony
DeMarti's glove.
Double the pleasure
FIRST GAME
R H
MICHIGAN...............100 000 16 - 8 13 2
Eastern Michigan .........000 020 00 - 2 3 3
Kopf, Stoll (5) and Young, Bair (7).
Edick, Hansen (7),.Weston (8) and Siefert.
WP-Stoll (8-1); LP-Hansen (5-2).
HR-Paciorek (11)
SECOND GAME
R H E
MICHIGAN ................014 020 2 - 9 10 1
Eastern Michigan .........300 000 1 - 4 3 3
Ontiveros, Wayne (5), Karazim (5) and Bair.
Segnitz, Smith (3), Ozuch (6) andKeller.
WP-Ontivernn (4-2); LP-Segnitz (2-2).
Save-Karazim (2).
HR-Paciorek (12), Schulte (4), Howe (1).

Pitching the difference
in 8-2, 9-4 sweep
Michigan then pounded out the vic- home run over the right-center field
tory by sending 11 men to the plate in wall in the opening inning. It was the
the eighth. A walk to Jeff Jacobson, an eleventh round-tripper of the year for
error by Eastern's Howard Simmons, a the senior slugger, breaking a single-
double by -Rich Bair, consecutive season record he shared with Sabo, Bill
singles by Evans, Jeff Minick and Sabo Freehan and Dave Brown. Paciorek
and back-to-back sacrifices by Dave added another homer in the second
Stober and Jim Paciorek pushed in six game to increase his total to 12.
runs and made a winner of Stoll (8-1). In game two, the Hurons jumped to a
The sophomore righthander entered 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first despite
the game in relief of Kopf, who held the managing only two hits off Ontiveros.
Hurons hitless before yielding a pair One of the safeties, however, was a
and two runs in the fifth. triple by Greg Howe and Ontiveros then
JIM PACIOREK accounted for donated a pair of walks and watched

ply Eastern with its offense. Howe ad-
ded a home run in the seventh.
Michigan, meanwhile, came back
with one run in the second, four in the
fourth and two in both the fifth and
seventh to bury their cross-county
rivals.
Greg Schulte accounted for five of the
Wolverines' runs with three doubles
and a home run, breaking out of a
slump which resulted in his being
demoted from first to sixth in the bat-
ting order.
"He's a guy that we've got to have
hitting in order to win," said Michigan
coach Bud Middaugh of Schulte.
Despite the senior's four-for-four per-
formance, Middaugh will continue to
bat him in the number six slot. "We
seem to be gelling with Sabo leading off
so I think I'll stick with what we've been

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MICHIGAN THIRD BASEMAN Chris Sabo slides head first as he attempts to steal second base during yesterday's
doubleheader at Eastern Michigan. Sabo was safe as the catcher's throw sailed over second baseman Frank Pontello's
(9) glove and into center field.

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Tigers rally to edge Rangers, 6-4

By JOE CHAPELLE
special to the Daily
DETROIT - Left fielder Larry Herndon was the
hero last night knocking in the winning run with an
eighth inning double to give the Detroit Tigers a 6-4
victory over the Texas Rangers. The crowd gave
Herndon a standing ovation chanting "We want
Larry," after the game.
Tiger first baseman Enos Cabell began the Tiger
rally in the eighth by dribbling the ball past Ranger
second baseman Bill Stein and turning on the speed
for a double. Detroit center fielder Kirk Gibson, then
singled to send Cabell to third. Designated hitter
Jerry Turner then singled to tie the game by
knocking in Cabell and sending Gibson to third.
HERNDON THEN stepped to the plate and drilled
theball to left-center to bring in Turner and Gibson.
Herndon was called out at third, however, trying to
stretch a double into a triple.
Texas' third baseman Buddy Bell, who had four
hits in the game, started the scoring for the Rangers
in the first inning with a solo home run into the second
deck in left field.
The Rangers scored again in the fourth as Bell

doubled and Jim Sundberg scored him with a poke
single to left.{
Detroit got on the scoreboard in the fifth inning
when Herndon started things off for the Bengals with
a triple. Tiger catcher Lance Parrish then singled to.
score Herndon. Parrish followed that by stealing
second and went on to third when Sundberg's throw
rolled into center field. Parrish scored on a Charlie
Hough wild pitch, and the score was tied at 2-2.
The Rangers added two more runs in the sixth to
take a 4-2 lead, but the Tigers narrowed that to 4-3 in
their half of the inning.
Cardinals 7, Cubs 6
ST. LOUIS (AP) - George Hendrick smacked his
second home run of the day in the seventh inning, lif-
ting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 7-6 victory over the
Chicago Cubs yesterday for a sweep of a three-game
series.
Hendrick's shot, his third homer in two games and
seventh of the season, came off Willie Hernandez, 0-2,
the third Chicago pitcher.
Hendrick, who had three hits, powered a 14-hit St.
Louis attack which outlasted Cubs' rallies producing
three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings.

Doug Bair, 3-0, picked up the victory for St. Louis,
escaping a two-on none out jam in the Chicago seven-
th. Bruce Sutter pitched the ninth inning, earning his
10th save. It was St. Louis' fourth straight victory
and the Cubs' fourth consecutive loss.
Royals 3, Brewers 2
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Onix Concepcion's bloop
double with two out in the 10th inning scored Jamie
Quirk from first base, leading the Kansas City Royals
to a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers yester-
day.
Quirk, who had three singles and a double earlier,
drew a one-out walk in the 10th off loser Rollie
Fingers, 2-3, who had relieved Brewers starter Moose
Haas to start the ninth.
Fingers retired Greg Pryor on a fly to right for the
second out, but Concepcion hit a soft fly ball that fell
between left fielder Ben Oglivie, center fielder Gor-
man Thomas and shortstop Robin Yount in short left
field. The ball bounced passed Oglivie as Quirk
scored from first.
Dan Quiesenbery, 1-1, relieved Royals starter Vida
Blue to start the seventh and earned the victory while
allowing two hits in four shutout inninigs.

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