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August 09, 1983 - Image 12

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Page 12 Tuesday, August 9, 1983 The Michigan Daily
Sox stifle Tigers, 5-4


DETROIT (AP) - Tom Paciorek
belted a three-run homer to lead the
Chicago White Sox to a 5-4 victory over
the Detroit Tigers in the first game of a
doubleheader last night.
Paciorek's homer highlighted a four-
run Chicago third. Rudy Law and Scott
Fletcher hit successive doubles to give
the Sox a 1-0 lead. Following a two-out
walk to Greg Luzinski, Paciorek got a
fly ball just over the left-field fence for
his sixth homer of the season on a 1-0
pitch, scoring Fletcher and Luzinski
ahead of him.

THE WHITE Sox made it 5-0 an in-
ning later on Rudy Law's RBI single.
The Tigers got three runs back in
their half of the fourth. Lance Parrish
started the rally with a walk, Larry
Herndon' singled and Glenn Wilson
walked to load the bases with nobody
out. Parrish scored on Wayne Kren-
chicki's grounder and all runners were
safe on a throwing error by White Sox
first baseman Greg Walker, leaving the
bases loaded.
Britt Burns, 6-6, came on for Chicago
starter Dick Tidrow and got pinch-hit-
ter John Wockenfuss on a pop fly before

walking pinch-hitter Tom Brookens on
a 3-2 pitch to force in Herndon. Wilson
scored on a grounder by Lou Whitaker
to complete the rally.
In the Detroit seventh, Whitaker
walked, Alan Trammell singled and
both moved up on a sacrifice bunt.
Salome Barojas came on and gave up
an RBI grounder to Parrish before get-
ting out of the inning and notching his
11th save.
Juan Berenguer, 5-3, went the distan-
ce for the Tigers, giving up seven hits
while walking four and striking out


... scores, RBI


th I

New York, Winfield top Toronto
VEW YORK (AP) - Oscar Gamble base hit in 45 consecutive games. BETWEEN games of the Yankees' "We were both mutually sorry for
ve in three runs, two with his seven- Barry Bonnell's eighth homer ac- doubleheader with the Blue Jays here, what happened in Toronto and were
homer, and Dave Winfield and Butch counted for Toronto's first run in the Godfrey spoke with Winfield who hit the very distressed with the way things un-
negar each had two RBI as the New fourth and Lloyd Moseby hit a two-run bird with a throw meant for the batboy folded," he said. "We were also sorry
rk Yankees beat the Toronto Blue homer in the ninth, his 14th. Guidry, 13- as the teams were changing sides for how he was treated.
ys, 8-3, in the opener of yesterday's 7, walked three and struck out three in during a game in Exhibition Stadium. "Dave is a gentleman, he is sincere in
i-night doubleheader behind Ron snapping a personal two-game losing his concern about this incident and we
idry's eight-hitter. streak in which he had yielded 13 runs want to make sure that everything has
oser Jim Clancy, 12-7, who had won and 25 hits. It was his 12th complete been resolved between him and the
last four decisions and had pitched game, tops in the league. Toronto government.
e complete games in a row, was The Yankees added a run in the "I don't think this did us a lot of good.
ked for two runs in the first inning on eighth on two singles and an error by It brought us a lot of bad publicity. It's a
two-base throwing error by first left-fielder George Bell. day in the life of Toronto sports that



baseman Willie Upshaw - Toronto's
first error in eight games - Winfield's
RBI double and a single by Gamble.

Toronto's sorry


THE YANKEES made it 4-0 in the NEW YORK (AP) - New York
hird when Winfield singled and Gamble Yankees outfielder Dave Winfield, who
tomered. They chased Clancy in the was arrested last week after a ball he
ourth when Jerry Mumphrey walked threw, struck and killed a seagull in,
nd singles by Willie Randolph and Toronto, received an apology last night
Winfield produced the first of three from Metro Toronto Chairman Paul V.
uns in the inning. Jim Acker hit Gam- Godfrey.
ale with a pitch to load the bases and Charges were dropped following the'
Nynegar delivered a two-run single. incident in Toronto which Winfield ex-
Winfield has driven in 17 runs in his plained was an accident and he had no'
last nine games. His first-inning double intention of hurting the bird. Seagulls
gave the Yankees at least one extra- are an endangered species in Canada.
Wolverines in

we'd like to forget."
Godfrey, who is in New York on
vacation, did not say it was an official
A's interested in Blue
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The
Oakland A's, whose pitching staff has
been plagued by injuries all season, are
considering signing recently-released
pitcher Vida Blue, who had his greatest
years in baseball with the A's.
"We're talking about it," Manager
Steve Boros said after the team came
back from a road trip to open a
homestand last nieht

... gets apology

the minors
k Scot Elem Steve Perry Jeff Jacobson
. Kinston, NC Albuquerque, NM Hagerstown, Md.
'A' 'AAA' 'A'
Toronto Los Angeles Baltimore
pitcher pitcher 2B
16 games 12 games 16 games
66 %3ip 56'!%ip 51 ob
65 hits - 74 hits 2 runs
52 walks 33 walks 9 hits
41 sos OHR
3-6 3-4 2 RBI
5.16 ERA 7.51 ERA - .176

Cedar Rapids, la.
39 games
139 ab
25 runs
40 hits
7 HR
20 RBI

wave w,
Geneva, NY
Chicago Cubs
6 games
32% ip
37 hits
16 walks
5.23 ERA

Rich Stoll Jim Paciorel
W. Palm Beach, Fla. El Paso, Tex
'A' 'AA'
Montreal Milwaukee
pitcher OF
9 games 95 games
57'/ip 356 ab
46 hits 75 runs
24 walks 116 hits
38 so 7 HR
5-2 72 RBI
2.99 ERA .326

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