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Page 12 Wednesday, June 14, 1982 The Michigan Daily

Pirates rip
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jason Thom- runs each yesterday to lead the Chicago
pson rapped three hits, including a Cubs to an 8-5 victory over the
three-run homer, and drove in five runs Philadelphia Phillies.
to power the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 13-3 The triumph was the second straight
victory last night over the New York for the Cubs following a 13-game losing
Mets. streak, while the Phillies slumped to
Winning pitcher Rick Rhoden, who their fourth consecutive defeat.
climbed to 3:6, contributed two singles STARTER Doug Bird, 4-6, was the
to the 17-hit Pittsburgh attack. Rhoden winner and Dick Ruthven, 5-4, took the
scored one run and drove in another. loss.
DAVE KINGMAN gave the Mets a 2-0 Bump Wills singled with two outs in
lead in the first with his 16th homer of the third inning and Johnstone followed
the season. The drive over the left-field with his third homer since joining the
wall followed George Foster's two-out Cubs June 1.
walk. Keith Moreland walked to open the
Pittsburgh trimmed the margin to 2-1 fourth, went to second on an infield out
in the second when Thompson doubled and scored on Davis' single.
and scored on Tony Pena's single off THE CUBS wrapped it up with four
loser Charley Puleo, 5-4. runs in the sixth. They loaded the bases
Mookie Wilson singled home another on walks to Wills and Moreland around
Met run in the fifth, but Pittsburgh bat- a single by Bill Buckner before Durham
ted around in the bottom of the inning to singled in a pair. Moreland scored on a
chase Pulep. sacrifice fly by Davis and Ryne San-
Dale Berra walked, took third on dberg singled in the other run.
Rhoden's single, and scored on a single Chicago got its final run in the eighth
by Omar Moreno before Johnny Ray's on Junior Kennedy's sacrifice squeeze
infield hit loaded the bases. Bill bunt, bringing home Sandberg, who had
Madlock then knocked in two runs with doubled and was sacrificed to third.
a double down the right-field line, and Bo Diaz drove in three of
Thompson greeted reliever Pat Zachry Philadelphia's runs, one in the fourth on
with his three-run shot over the wall in a fielder's choice and two more in the
right-center. It was the former Detroit sixth on a single after Pete Rose beat
Tiger's 14th homer of the season, but out a bunt and Mike Schmidt doubled.
his first in June. Two more Philadelphia runs scored
Cubs 8, Phillies 5 in the seventh on a walk to Garry Mad-
dox and singles by Manny Trillo, Ivan
CHICAGO (AP)- Jay Johnstone DeJesus and Bob Dernier.
slugged a two-run home run and Leon Mike Proly, who worked the final 2
Durham and Jody Davis drove in two 1/3 innings, gained his first save.
Standing room only ''
An umbrella-carrying fan watches the rain fall as Detroit Tiger pitcher Dan
Petry gets in a few swings with the bat. Last night's game between the
Tigers and the Cleveland Indians was called due to rain. The Tigers held a 1-
0 lead in the second inning when the downpour began.

Mets, 13-3



AP Photo
KEITH MORELAND of the Chicago Cubs slides safely into second as
Philadelphia Phillies' shortstop Ivan DeJesus jumps out of the way during
fourth-inning action yesterday at Wrigley field. On the fielder's choice,
DeJesus threw to first and retired the Cubs' Leon Durham.
Brewers top Orioles
BALTIMORE (AP) - Robin Yount t 2-1 with a solo homer in the second,
blasted a two-run homer in the first in- his eighth and Baltimore's 19th in their
ning and put Milwaukee ahead with a last 10 games. The Orioles went ahead
two-run triple in the eighth as the 3-2 in the two runs in the third.
Brewers rallied to beat the Baltimore Yankees 5, Red Sox 4
Orioles 6-3 last night.N
The winning rally was set up on a two- NEW YORK (AP) - Ken Griffey's
out throwing error by Baltimore third two-run home run capped a three-run
baseman Cal Ripken Jr., his first error eighth-inning rally as the New York
in 45 games, on a grounder by Mark Yankees downed the Boston Red Sox 5-4
Brouhard. last night.
PAUL MOLITOR followed with a With Boston leading 4-2, Dave Collins
single, and after Orioles Manager Earl led off the eighth with a double to left,
Weaver visited the mound, Baltimore chasing Boston starter Bruce Hurst.
starter Mike Flanagan, 5-5,gave up the One out later, Collins scored on Andre
triple to Yount to put Milwaukee ahead Robertson's single off reliever Mark
4-3. Gorman Thomas added a solo home Clear, 5-2. Griffey then slammed a home.
run, his 13th, in the ninth when the run to right field, his third of the
Brewers rallied for two more runs to season, and first ever at Yankee
chase Flanagan, who saw his personal Stadium.
four-game winning streak snapped. RICH GOSSAGE, 3-2, was the winner
more to follow with a 2/3innings of one-hit relief, although
he. had to retire Jerry Remy on a
It was only the second loss in the last sinking liner to center field to end the
10 games for the Orioles, game with runners at first and second.
BOB MCCLURE, 4-2, scattered six Boston had rallied for three runs in
hits over the first seven innings and the seventh inning off Yankees starter
gave up three runs, although just two Tommy John to take a 4-2 lead.
were earned. Jim Slaton pitched the Daye Stapleton opened the seventh
final two innings to pick up his fourth with a double, moved to third as Glenn
save. Hoffman flied to right-center and
Yount, who has hit safely in 13 of his scored the tying run when Gary Allen-
last 14 games, connected for his eighth son singled to left past a drawn-in in-
homer after Molitor walked to open the field.
game. It was the first roundtripper After Reid Nichols singled to put run-
allowed by Flanagan in his last 46 in- ners at first and third, Rick Miller hit a
nings. sacrifice fly to put Boston ahead 3-2.
Eddie Murray cut the Brewers' lead Remy then singled in another run.




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