Thursday, August 1 , 1983
The Michigan Daily
Sound earns a
trip to nationals
By JIM DWORMAN
Specialtothe Daily tage when Jim Leyritz tripled to s
DETROIT - Adray Sound, a team Michigan's Chris Gust and Close.
featuring nine members of the EMU's Tim Deak pulled Phot
Michigan baseball team, won the within one with a RBI triple in the ti
Detroit Adray League championship but Wolverine shortstop Barry La
with a 4-2 victory over Adray Photo countered with a run-scoring singl
Tuesday evening at Brazil Field. the bottom of the inning to make
Sound advanced to the 16-team All score 3-1.
American Amateur Baseball KAMIENIECKI yielded a pail
Association's national championship singles in the eighth when So
play-offs next week in Johnstown, Pa. manager Danny Hall pulled hine
PHOTO, Eastern Michigan's Adray favor of Close. Photo's Bill Ga
League entry, nicked Sound pitcher and greeted the reliever with a RBI sin
Michigan sophomore, Scott but Close didn't allow a hit or a run
Kamieniecki for single runs in the third rest of the way.
and eighth innings. Sound, meanwhile, Pinch-hitter Mike Watters drov
scored twice in the first, once in the Sound's final run with a ground si
third and once in the eighth to give just beyond the reach of Photo's
Kamieniecki the victory. Casey Close and second basemen.
picked up a save with one and two- Sound travels to Johnstown with
thirds of one-hit relief. 5-1 record.
Sound took the first inning advan- Photo finished at 22-10.
shot of J '
BY Jim WOMA
Wolverine hurler, Scott Kamieniecki, shows his winning form earlier in
Michigan's season. Kamieniecki got the victory for Adray Sound in the
league championship Tuesday.
Bo's 30 days away .. .
... It's been a long summer
Mike Laga, Marty Castillo, Wayne Krenchicki and -
DETROIT Martin belong in Triple A, he says. Castillo and
Summer in the cityGumpert are major league in my book, but the rest
Y: can go to, uh, Evansville ...
Physical educatioi majors don't have much to
look forward to upon graduation. Watching children September nears and that means another season
play can be fun but it gets boring after a while - of intramural softball on the cement-like diamonds
like a week ... of Mitchell Field. It's too bad metal spikes aren't
allowed on the IM field, because rubber cleats are
Tihe City of Detroit has annual summer job useless on the Mitchell infields. They don't even
openings for phys. ed. "students." They can super- leave an impression in the dirt ---
vise parks from 12:00 noon to 8:45 p.m. daily for
starting pay of $3.62 an hour. I wonder if Anthony Speaking of intramurals, why can't students play
Carter's summer jobs ever paid that little? ... on more than one team per sport? I want to play two
or three softball games a week this fall, not just two
How many Michigan football players does it take or three games period...
to change a light bulb? None. The alumni do it for
them ...Coaching mentality? At Tuesday's Detroit Adray
them . .. championship, a high school coach lamented that
The Tigers sure didn't help themselves when they one potential Michigan baseball player sat out last
picked up John Martin from the St. Louis Cardinals, season because he couldn't keep up with his studies.
Detroit doesn't need another left-handed pitcher. It Apparently, one teacher assigned the student-
needs another GOOD pitcher. One with an earned athlete 72 pages of homework one weekend, an un-
run average less than 80.96 anyway ... justifiable amount, according to this coach. Where
A local baseball coach points out that the Tigers did he go to school? Hell, I can't remember the last
are playing winning baseball despite having what time I didn't have 72-plus pages of reading assigned
he considers seven minor leaguers on their roster. on a weekend. Can you?.. .
Howard Bailey, Larry Pashnick, Dave Gumpert, If the Tigers take three or four from the Yankees
this weekend, they'll win the American League ...
The Pistons won't win anyone's league. They
might not win 30 games this winter...
The Red Wings will make the playoffs and win
their opening round mini-series. Aggressive -
though still mediocre - hockey is back in town ...
The Lions? An 8-8 record, of course .. .
George Perles will do more than talk this fall.
Michigan State will win some football games ...
Eastern Michigan won't...
Why doesn't a coney island restaurant open in Ann
Arbor. Orange Julius just doesn't make the cut...
Why does Village-Corner close at midnight? Don't
its owners realize how thirsty people get when the
bars close at 2:00 a.m.?.. .
Only 30 more days until Bo and the boys open at
Anyone who thinks the Panthers could beat the
Lions probably thinks Eastern Michigan could beat
the Wolverines .. .
Dooleys' comedy night is pretty boring. It might
be funnier if the drinks were stronger. I could use a
strong one right about now. Summer's starting to
NEW YORK (AP) - The Yankees
acquired outfielder Omar Moreno,
unhappy playing for the Astros, in a
pair of waiver deals yesterday that also
had outfielder Jerry Mumphrey going
to Houston from New York.
Moreno, who signed with Houston last
winter as a reentry draft free agent,
had been outspoken about his desire to
be traded after a dispute last month
with Manager Bob Lillis. Moreno, a lef-
t-handed hitter, was upset at being ben-
ched when the Astros faced left-
HE HAD A clause in his contract
which paid him an extra $214 for each at
Moreno previously played eight
seasons for the Pittsburgh Pirates,
leading the National League in stolen
bases in 1978 and 1979. Until this year,
he missed only four games since the
middle of the 1979 season.
Mumphrey, 30, returns to the
National League, as the Yankees said
he requested, where he previously
played for the St. Louis Cardinals and
San Diego Padres. He was acquired
from the Padres by the Yankees in
April, 1981ina six-player trade.-
YANKEE third base coach Don
Zimmer told Mumphrey before Wed-
nesday's 8-3 victory over the Toronto
Blue Jays that he might be traded to
Houston. Mumphrey then went out and
got a triple in three official bats and
made a diving catch in centerfield on
Buck Martinez drive with m an on first
in the fifth inning. The deal was com-
pleted following the game's last out.
"It's a little sad in leaving, but I don't
have any gripes," said Mumphrey. "I
played well. Maybe now I'll come into
Mumphrey said while he had never
been traded so late in the season, "It
shouldn't be that hard in adjusting. I've
been in the National League before. I
know the players."