Page 12 Tuesday, August 10, 1982 The Michigan Daily
Tigers blow it, 9-7
an intentional walk.
By JIM DWORMAN GLENN Wilson bounced Guidry by bouncing his pitch into
Specialto the Daily the left-field grandstand for a ground-rule double.
DETROIT- It was supposed to be a pitchers' duel, but the Down 7-0, the Yankees crawled out of the hole with two runs
guns weren't loaded. Starting pitchers Dan Petry of Detroit in the fifth, got their heads above ground with three in the
and Ron Guidry of New York, two of the American League's seventh and put the Tigers knee-deep with two in the eighth.
best, got shellacked last night as the Yankees took a 9-7 A walk, a single and RBI groundouts by Willie Randolph
decision from the Tigers. and Jerry Mumphrey produced the two fifth-inning runs.
Detroit wasted little time in getting to Guidry. With two out IN THE SIXTH, Randolph and Mumphrey trotted around
in the first inning, Larry Herndon reached base when Yankee the bases while watching Dave Winfield's home run sail deep
third baseman Graig Nettles' poor throw skipped away from upstairs in left-field.
first baseman Dave Collins. Parrish followed by crushing a Roy Smalley hit one even further to lead off the eighth. The
Guidry delivery into both the wind and the left-field upper Yankee shortstop hit the facing of the third deck in right to
deck for a two-run homer. send Petry packing and pull his team to within one, 7-6.
The Tigers finished Guidry two innings later. Alan Tram- Dave Rucker relieved Petry and had no success. Ken Grif-
mell started things off with a line single to left and raced all fey greeted him with a single, and two outs later Rucker fired
the way home when Lou Whitaker doubled up the alley in left- Randolph's grounder into the rightfield corner allowing Grif-
center. Whitaker went to third on Enos Cabell's groundout fey to score the tying run. Mumphrey put the Yankees ahead
and scored on a single by Herndon. Parrish doubled Herndon to stay by doubling. The Yankees scored another in the ninth Petrry
to third and John Wockenfuss filled the bases when he drew on Oscar Gamble's home run.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Two former 'M' gridd
CHARLESTON, Ill. (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals
cut nine players from its preseason roster yesterday,
including veterans wide receiver Ralph Clayton,
defensive lineman Chris Combs and linebacker Doak
Field. Clayton played his college ball at Michigan.
Also a victim of the cut was the National Football
League team's No. 11 draft choice, defensive end
James Williams of North Carolina A&T.
RUNNING BACKS Lawrence Reid, another former
Michigan player, Ken Johnson and Greg Foster and
quarterback Joe Young also were on the list as the
team reduced its roster to 75 players.
Combsda starterat tight end in two games last
year, was attempting to make the transition to a
The Cardinals were also awaiting results of a
medical examination on offensive tackle-turned-
center Dan Dierdorf, who injured a knee during a
scrimmage against the Kansas City Chiefs over the
Phillies 4, Pittsburgh 3
PHILADELPHIA (AP)- Pinch-hitter George
Vukovich drove home two runs with a bases-loaded
double in the eighth inning off ace reliever Kent
Tekulve, enabling the Philadelphia Phillies to edge
the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 yesterday in the first game
of a twi-night doubleheader.
The Phillies trailed 3-2 when Mike Schmidt opened
the eighth with a double off the center field wall. One
out later Tekulve, 7-6, walked pinch-hitter Greg
Gross and Bill Robinson to load the bases.
VUKOVICH THEN hit a high bouncer over the
head of first baseman Jason Thompson for the
Steve Carlton, 16-8, won for the 10th time in his last
11 decisions. Carlton went the distance to become the
major leagues' first 16-game winner. He allowed
seven hits, walked two and struck out five.
Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead in the second on a double
by Dick Davis, an infield single by Dale Berra and
Johnny Ray's fielder's-choice RBI. the Phillies tied it
in the bottom of the inning on a single by Bo Diaz,
Garry Maddox's double and Bill Robinson's sacrifice
Pittsburgh took a 2-1 lead in the third after a one-
hour and 24-minute rain delay. Pitcher John Can-
delaria singled, advanced to second on a sacrifice,
and scored on Lee Lacy's double.
Ray then singled home a run in the top of the fourth
before the Phillies cu5t the Pirates' lead to 3-2 in the
bottom of the fourth on Ivan DeJesus's RBI double.
Cubs 9, Expos 2
MONTREAL (AP) - Bill Buckner went 4-for-5, in-
cluding a pair of solo home runs, and Ryne SAndberg
added a three-run shot as the Chicago Cubs defeated
the Montreal Expos 9-2 last night for their fifth
The Cubs have won seven of their last eight, and the
five-game winning streak is their longest since
CHICAGO TOOK a 2-0 lead in the second following
Jody Davis' leadoff walk against Scott Sanderson, 6-
11, who lost his seventh straight game.
Steve Henderson delivered an RBI triple into the
From The Associated Press
Michigan diver Bruce Kimball, the 19-year-old who
was critically injured in a car wreck 10 months ago,
won the bronze medal in platform diving Saturday at
the world swimming and diving championships- in
Kimball had undergone 24 hours of surgery after a
van driving on the wrong side of the road smashed his
car. Every bone in his face was broken, his skull and
his knee were fractured, his spleen ruptured.
Greg Louganis, another U.S. diver, won the gold
medal. His performance included an inward li/s
somersault that received a perfect rating from all
seven judges. Vladimir Alemik of the Soviet Union
left field alley, and after Junior Kennedy's walk, he
came home on a suicide squeeze bunt by pitcher
Buckner's seventh homer, with one out in the third
inning, made it 3-0, and Sandberg gave Chicago a 6-0
lead with his fifth homer in the fourth. Henderson and
Kennedy, who had singled and walked, scored on
SANDERSON yielded his team-leading 19th homer
when Buckner opened the fifth with a blast over the
Jenkins, 7-13, who gained his first victory since
July 9, allowed the Expos' first run when he balked
following Wallace Johnson's triple in the fifth. Chris
Speier's RBI single in the eighth chased Jenkins and
brought on reliever Willie Hernandez.
Jay Johnstone's two-run double accounted for
Chicago's final runs in the seventh.
?rs get cut
Blue Jays 4, Red Sox 2
TORONTO (AP) - Rance Mulliniks triggered a three-
run eighth-inning rally with a game-tying homer and
Barry Bonnell and Lloyd Moseby added RBI singles,
lifting the Toronto Blue Jays to a 4-2 victory over the
Boston Red Sox last night.
After Mulliniks' third home run of the season tied
the score 2-2, Boston starter Dennis Eckersley, 11-10,
issued one-out walks to Willie Upshaw and Hosken
Powell, He was replaced by reliever Bob Stanley,
who surrendered consecutive RBI singles to Bonnell
TORONTO reliever Ken Schrom, 1-0, posted his fir-
st major league victory since 1980, when he earned
his only other triumph. Schrom, who was recalled
last week from Syracuse of the International League,
went twp-thirds of an inning in relief of Luis Leal,
who went 72/3 innings and yielded both Boston runs.
Joey Mclaughlin earned his seventh save as the
Red Sox lost for the eighth time in the last 11 games
despite 15 hits. They stranded 11 runners.
Carney Lansford's RBI single gave Boston a 2-1
lead in the top of the eighth. With two out, Carl Yastr-
zemski hit a liner which eluded right fielder Hosken
Powell when he attempted a diving catch, giving
Yastrzemski a double. Lansford followed with a
BEFORE MULLINIKS' game-tying homer,
Eckersley had limited Toronto to five hits, all singles.
In the third inning, Boston collected three singles
and a double, but scored only one run. Rick Miller led
off with a single but was thrown out stealing on an at-
tempted hit-and-run. Glenn Hoffman followed with a
single and one out later Jerry Remy also singled.
Dwight Evans then doubled to score Hoffman.
Toronto tied the game 1-1 in the fifth. With two out,
Moseby singled, Al Woods walked and Alfredo Griffin
followed with an RBI single.
Brewers 9, Rangers 1
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Mikle Caldwell pitched a
six-hitter for his third consecutive victory and Robin
Yount drove in four runs with a double, grounder and
sacrifice fly, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to a 9-1
victory over the Texas Rangers last night.
Milwaukee's victory and Boston's 4-2 loss to Toron-
to gave the Brewers a 3 -game lead over the second-
place Red Sox in the American League East.
The Rangers took a 1-0 lead in the third inning on
George Wright's sixth home run, snapping a string of
18 shutout innings by Caldwell, 10-10, who struck out
three and walked two in pitching his seventh com-
plete game of the year.