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Page 10-Tuesday, July 13, 1982-The Michigan Daily
TIL9E ALTAR GAMEi
AL looks to end NL domination
Atlanta, shortstop Dave Concepcion of National League's record."
MONTREAL (AP) - Cecil Cooper bases in88 games for Oakland, will lead Aniat, sond ae an n F leading etrd."
will start at first base in place of the in- off and play left field for the American Cincinnati, second baseman Manny FISK, THE leading vote-getter in the
jured Rod Carew for thenAmerican League League. He'll be followed by California Trillo of Philadelphia and Rogers. AL, said he was not concerned with
and Steve Rogers of Montreal and Den- center fielder Fred Lynn, Kansas City winning or losing Tuesday night's
nis Eckersley of Boston will be the star- third baseman George Brett, California MANAGER TOM Lasorda of the NL game. "Getting a chance to rub elbows
ting pitchers in tonight's All-Star game. right fielder Reggie Jackson, Cooper, said Philadelphia left-hander Steve with the guys you play against, that's
Cooper, batting .321 with 19 home Milwaukee shortstop Robin Yount, Carlton would follow Rogers on the the key to the midsummer classic,"
runs and 68 RBI for the Milwaukee California second bseman Bobby Grich, mound. Howser said he did not know Fisk said. "I never felt that winning or
Brewers, was picked by AL Manager Chicago White Sox catcher Carlton Fisk who Martin would pick for the No. 2 pit- losing was the main think in the all-star
Billy Martin to take the place of Carew, and Eckersley. ching spot. game."
sidelined with tendonitis. Andre Thor- Tim Raines, at 23 the youngest player The National League has won the last That brought a quick response from
nton of the Cleveland Indians replaced ever picked to start an All-Star game, 10 All-Star games and 18 of the last 19 to Rose, who has started at five positions
Carew on theroster. will lead off and play left field for the take a 33-18-1 lead in the series. in all-star games and will be the NL
DICK HOWSER, the Kansas City Nationals, followed by first baseman "We're embarrassed by our losing captain Tuesday night.
manager who is an American League Pete Rose of Philadelphia center eak," AL President Lee MacPhail "The object of the game is to win. If
coach, subbed for a late-arriving Mar- fielder Andre Dawson of Montreal, said at the news conference. "I can't you don't go out to win, you are letting
tin at today's news conference and an-. third baseman Mike Schmidt of explain it. I really think it's one of the people down," Rose said. "I spell
nounced the starting lineup. Philadelphia, catcher Gary Carter of greatest miracles in sports, the having fun, 'winning.'"
Rickey Henderson, with 84 stolen Montreal, right fielder Dale Murphy of ,

All-Star Statistics
Statistics of all the players selected to appear in the 53rd All-Star Game:
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Starting Lineup
Player AB R H HR RBI
Henderson, if, Oak ................ 323 78 89 7 35
Lynn, cftCal.. . . ..277 49 80 9 31
Brett,3b, KC.. ................ 306 57 92 10 42
Jackson,rf,Cal................... 269 40 69 20 47
Cooper.1b, Mil ................... 321 55 103 19 68
Yount,ss, Mil...................... 318 56 104 15 57
Grich,2b,Cal................ . 281 35 75 8 38
Fiskc,Chi...... . . . 234 30 61 7 30
Reserres
Player AB R H HR RBI
Bell, 3b, Tex.. . . . 315 35 94 10 39
Harrah, 3b, Cle ....3............... 323 67 107 17 48
Thornton, 1b, Ce .................. 302 55 91 20 68
White, 2b, KC ......................270 41 83 3 25
Yastrzemski,1b, Bss............... 239 29 71 11 45
Parrish,c, Det ..................... 213 40 70 13 34
oglivierof, Mil ................ 321 45 84 19 56
Hrbeklb,Min..................... 292 48 97 17 61
Murraylb,Bl..................... 242 35 74 13 50
Winfield, of, NY ................... 254 40 75 15 47
Wison, of, KC................ . 259 33 89 1 23
McRae, of, KC ..................... 321 45 101 14 79

Pitchers IP H BB K
s-Eckiersley, Bos.................. 132 122 23 88
Bannister, Sea ..................... 134 124 40 110
ClancyTor.. . . ..149 145 46 78
Clear, Bos ....................... 55 54 23 65
Fingers, Mil.. . . .. 58 50 16 52
Guidry,.NY.. . . ..119 115 40 * 94
Gossage, NY ...................... 62 47 19 68
Quisenberry, KC ................. 78 62 6 28
s-Starting pitcher
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Starting Lineup

Player AB R H
Raines,if,Mon.. ....... 337 43 92
Rose, lb, Phi ...................... 335 45 96
Dawson, cf, Mon........... 311, so 9
Schmidt,3k, Phi. ....230 52 "6
Carterc, Mon ... .... 284 53 89
Murphy, rf, At l ........... 312 61 89
Concpcioo. so. Cin.......328 27 96
Trillo, 2. Phi....272 20 72
Reserres
Player AB R H
Oliver, of,.Mon.. . .315 47 101
O Smith, so,.St11.......301 40 70
Baker, ot, LAY. . ..293 32 8
DuramotChi........... 293 49 899
Stearns, cNY .......'..20 37 04
Penac, Pit1.........270 30 88
Thompson, lb, Pt .... 299 53 890
Horner, 3b, AdI................ .. 278 53 82
Knight, 3b, Hou .................... 325 47 103
Sax, 2b, LA.....359 49 100
Jones, o, D . ........ 285 55 09
LoSmithofs. .... 324 70 9
Pitchers IP H BB
s-Rogers, Mon. .... 144 1f3 36
CarloPhi ............. 149 140. so
HoweLA. ..... 3 41 10
Hume, Cin... . ..57 53 19
Minton, SF........ 71 68 31
Niekro, Al.....114 103 42
Solo, Ci..... 144 107 36
Vaien0la, LA....157 142 42
s-Starting pitcher

HR
2
10
19
23
HR
12
3
26
18
4
0
K
99
22
30
69
97

W-L
9-7
8-5
7-7
6-4
5-5
84
3-4
4-3
RBI
25
31
55
62
RBI
49
24
43
527
42
28
W-L
10-4
117
2-4
6-4
6-3
8-5

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Avg
.276
.289
.301
.257
.322
.327
.267
.261
Avg
.298
.331
.301
.307
.297
.324
.262
.332
.306
.295
.344
.315
ERA
3.20
3.15
3.56
2.93
2.93
4.00
2.47
2.31
Avg
.288
.287
.05
.313
.285
.293
Avg
.302
.300
.295
.317
.279
ERA
2.13
3.02
2,02
3.39
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AP Photo
BOTH TEAMS MAY want to win the All-Star game tonight, but San Fran-
cisco pitcher Greg Minton proves that some fun can be had also. Minton
takes some souvenir snapshots from behind the pitching screen yesterday in
Montreal's Olympic Stadium as Jim Fanning, Expos' manager and an
assistant coach for the National League All-Star team, pitches batting prac-
tice for the NL squad.
20,000 watch practice
MONTREAL (AP)- A crowd that would do many major league teams proud for
a game turned out yesterday to watch the American League and National League
all-star teams practice.
About 20,000 fans, admitted free, watched as the players in Tuesday night's All-
Star Game took batting and fielding practice.
THE WEATHER was perfect for watching any kind of baseball-sunny skies
with temperatures in the high 70s.
The crowd, led by Olympic Stadium's organist, applauded most of the players as
they were announced in both French and English by public address announcer
Richard Morency. But the fans saved their loudest cheers for Philadelphia Phillies
first baseman Pete Rose and the five members of the Montreal Expos on the NL
team-catcher Gary Carter, first baseman Al Oliver, outfielders Andre Dawson
and Tim Raines, and pitcher Steve Rogers.
Carter got the biggest hand when he belted two home runs into the left-field
bleachers.

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