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Sox blank Bengals, 6-0
OIT (AP)- Harold Baines and tempt by Black and scored on Garth' tsburgh to a 5-4 victory over the Cincin- gaining his 13th save.
aw hit third-inning solo homers Iorg's groundout. Bonnell followed with nati Reds and snap the Pirates' three- Dave Parker and Mike Easier ignited
he seven-hit pitching of Dennis a towering blast over the left-field fence game losing streak last night. the Pirates' sixth with singles. Parker
the Chicago White Sox downed for his sixth home run. Berra's sacrifice fly capped a two- scored on Tony Pena's single that tied
oit Tigers 6-0 last night, snap- Toronto stretched its lead to 3-0 in the run sixth inning that led the Pirates to a the game 3-3 and sent Easler to third.
e-game losing streak. second when Buck Martinez doubled to come-from-behind victory over Reds Berra followed with a sacrifice fly deep
ctory extended Chicago's win- right center and scored on Lloyd starter Frank Pastore, 4-7, who came to center field for the Pirates' go-ahead
ak against the Tigers to seven Moseby's triple to left. Roberts, pur- off the disabled list Monday. run.
chased- last week from the Texas MANNY SARMIENTO, 4-1, was the Berra's homer in the eighth, gave the
SO was Lamp's second straight Rangers, led off the fourth inning with winner with 4 % inning of three-hit Pirates a 5-3 lead and provided them
against Detroit. On July 7 at his second homer of the season. relief pitching. Rod Scurry, who gavew with their eventual winning run.
y Park, Lamp, 7-4, tossed a The Royals scored both their runs in up eighth-inning homer to Paul Dave Concepcion drove in a pair of
er, beating the Tigers 7-0 for his the eighth when Frank White slapped a Householder, and Kent Tekulve fin- runs for the Reds, including a sacrifuce
tout in more than two years. leadoff double and scored on Willie ished up for the Pirates, with Telulve fly for a 1-0 lead in the first inning.
Detroit starter Milt Wilcox, 6-6, hurt
his own cause with a streak of wildness
in the first inning that led to three
Wilcox retired leadoff batter Rudi
Law, then loaded the bases by giving up
a single by Tony Bernazard and
walking Steve Kemp and Greg Luzin-
THE RIGHT-hander then forced
home Bernazard when he hit Tom
Paciorek with a pitch. Harold Baines
walked on four pitches to force Kemp in
and Carlton Fisk singled Luzinski
Baines hit reliever Dave Rucker's 1-1
pitch into the upper right-field stands in
thethird inning for his 13th homer of the
season, equalling his major-league
season high. Vance Law added a two-
out solo shot into the upper left field
stands to make it 5-0.
Paciorek delivered an RBI single in
the ninth to close out the scoring.
Blue Jays 4, Royals 2
TORONTO (AP)- Leon Roberts and
Barry Bonnell belted solo homers to
back Luis Leal's six-hitter last night as
the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the
Kansas City Royals 4-2 to extend their
winning streak to five games.
The victory ended a four-game per-
sonal losing streak for Leal, 6-7. The
right-hander struck out four and retired
11 batters in a row during one stretch.
ROOKIE left-hander Bud Black, 3-3,
took the loss for the slumping Royals,
who have lost eight of their last nine
Toronto took a 2-0 lead in the first.
Damaso Garcia extended his hitting
streak to 12 games with a leadoff single,
raced to third on an errant pickoff at-
Wilson's vtriple. U.L. Washington's
sacrifice fly closed out the scoring.
Red Sox 9, Rangers 5
BOSTON (AP)- Carl Yastrzemski
capped a five-run eighth inning with a
three-run homer last night as the
Boston Red Sox rallied from a five-run
deficit for a 9-5 victory over Texas,
handing the Rangers their seventh con-
The Red Sox closed to within one run
on two-run singles by Rich Gedman and
Dave Stapleton in the seventh before
unloading on relievers Danny Darwin
and Jon Matlack in the decisive eighth.
RICK MILLER led off the big inning
with a double, took third on a single by
Jerry Remy and scored the tying run on
rookie Eddie Jurak's single up the mid-
dle. It was Jurak's first major-league
Jim Rice put Boston ahead with his
third hit, a single to right as Matlack
replaced Darwin on the mound.
Yastrzemski drilled Matlack's first
pitch into the Texas bullpen in right for
his 12th homer of the season and No. 438.
of his career.
Mark Clear, who replaced starter
Chuck Rainey as the start of the eighth,
collected his eighth victory in 12
decisions. Darwin, 6-5, was the loser.
Texas starter Doc Medich was staked
to a 5-0 lead and blanked Boston on
seven hits for 6 2/3 innings before the
Red Sox erupted for four runs.
Pirates 5, Reds 4
CINCINNATI (AP) - Dale Berra
drove in three runs with a home run,
single and a sacrifice fly to lift Pit-'
Rain, rain go away
Baseball great and former Atlanta Braves player, Hank Aaron looks on as
rain delayed the start of the first annual Cracker Jack Oldtimers Baseball
Classic played yesterday at RFK Stadium in Washington.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Heritage arrives first at Mackinac
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (AP) -
Defending champion Heritage won a
tacking duel with the 61-foot-long sloop
Brassy yesterday to be the first boat to
cross the finish line in the 58th annual
Port Huron to Mackinac yacht race.
Bad weather gave the advantage to
smaller boats, however, and the 37-foot
sloop Woodpecker took the lead on
HERITAGE, A 63-foot-long Morgan
sloop piloted by Don Wildman from the
Chicago Yacht Club, crossed the finish
line first of the 279 boats at 4:38 a.m.,
CDT. But Heritage had no handicap
becuase it was the Division I scratch
boat, Rabe said. The Heritage finished
the race in 38 hours, 28 minutes and 8
The Woodpecker, with owner C.
Schreck from Tawas City at the helm,
finished the race about 10:30 a.m. with
a corrected time of 36:31:30. Corected
time takes into consideration a boat's
size and other factors.
The lead also was held briefly by the
41-foot sloop Coug from Burlington, On-
tario, owned by Tony Ronza, and
Fujimo, a 44-foot-sloop from Detroit's
Bayview Yacht Club, owned and piloted
by Jerry Shostak.
Brassy held the lead briefly in the
race, with a 15-minute corrected time
advantage over Heritage.
LeFlore may be fined
DETROIT (UPI)- Chicago White
Sox outfielder Ron LeFlore may be
fined as much as $17,000 and suspended
from three to five days for reporting
late for Sunday's game in Milwaukee, it.
was reported yesterday.
Sox manager Tony LaRussa would
not confirm LeFlore's possible fine and
suspension but did say he planned to
meet with the centerfielder prior to last
night's series opener against the
THE CHICAGO Tribune said it has
been indicated LeFlore, who earns an
annual salary of $625,000, will lose one
day's pay for each day of his suspen-
sion. A three-day suspension would
result in a fine of $10,416 and he would
be docked $17,360 for a five-day suspen-
LeFlore missed Sunday's game
because LaRussa would not allow him
to suit up after he arrived late. He also
missed the team's flight to Detroit from
Milwaukee and arrived on a later flight.
LaRussa had planned to start
LeFlore in center. But when LeFlore
didn't show by game time, he was
replaced by Rudy Law. LeFlore wat-
ched the game from a box seat adjacent
to the Sox' dugout.
Bud Selig, the Brewers' majority
owner, was asked if LeFlore paid for
his seat. "No, he didn't," Selig said.
"And I plan to send the White Sox a bill
Judge rules against NFL
LOS ANGELES'(AP) - U.S. District
Court Judge Harry Pregerson denied
yesterday for the second time a
National Football League motion for a
stay that would keep the Oakland
Raiders from moving to the Los
NFL attorney Patrick Lynch filed the
second motion for a stay to delay enfor-
cement of an injunction stemming from
the league's court loss to the Raides and
Los Angeles Colisum Commission last
May. In that trial, a six-woman federal
jury found that the lesgueviolated an-
titrust law by blocking the Raiders'
shift to Los Angeles. An injunction then
was issued forbidding the NFL to block
the team's move.
PREGERSON earlier had denied a
similar request by the NFL for a stay of
Lynch said previously that, if
Pregerson denied the second request
for a stay, the NFL would appeal direc-
tly to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap-