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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, May 20, 1984

Blue Jays nip
Chisox, 1-0
TORONTO (AP) - Jim Gott and single to left.
three relievers combined for a three-
hit shutout and Dave Collins drove in The three Toronto pitchers never
the only run with a third-inning single allowed a runner to third and stranded
as the Toronto Blue Jays extended their 10 White Sox baserunners. Gott was
winning streak to five games with a 1-0 removed after Vance Law doubled with
victory over the Chicago White Sox two out in the seventh.
yesterday.
Gott went 6% innings, walking three IN THE SIXTH, Collins led off for
and striking out four. Roy Lee Jackson, Toronto with a triple to right-center,
Bryan Clark and Dennis Lamp followed but was stranded as Seaver got Lloyd
him with Lamp pitching the ninth to Moseby on a ground ball and struck out
post his seventh save. Willie Upshaw and Willie Aikens.
CHICAGO starter Tom Seaver, 4-3,
went all the way for Chicago. allowing In the Chicago ninth, Lamp walked
only six hits and walking none. He Jerry Hairston to start the inning. Pin-
struck out four batters, leaving him ch-runner Jerry Dybzinski moved to
three shy of 3,300 for his career. second on Mike Squires' ground out and
Damaso Garcia, stranded at third in pinch-hitter Greg Luzinski was hit by a
the first inning after he doubled and pitch.
was sacrificed to third, stroked a lead-
off single in the third and promptly But Lamp struck out Julio Cruz and
stole his league-leading 19th base. got Daryl Boston on a ground ball to end
Collins then drilled his run-scorine the game.
Scoreboard
NU 9, MSU 4 Northwestern 10, Minnesota 2
N'western ....... 100 010 304- 9 1 1 Minnesota ....... 001 000 001- 2 6 2
Mich.State...... 100 000 030- 4 13 2 Northwestern ... 000 152 20x- 10 14 0
NU: Halland GirardI. Minn: Paveika, Hill (5), Francour (6), Reiwer (8)
MSU: Hayner, Mammel (7), Piaeza (9) and Hanis. and Halloran.
WP: Hall (9-2) L-: Hayner (6-3) NU: Trautwine and Girardi.
HRs: NU-Huff (4), Grunhard (9), Mogentale (14). WP: Trautwine (8-3) LP-: Paveika (6-2)
MSU-Eddington (20).
Walking away from trouble
MICHIGAN Minnesota
AB R H BI AB R 1BI
Larkinss .............. 5 0 1 2 Pohl cf ................ 5 0 2 0
Waterscf.............. 5 0 1 0 Beckmanif ........... 5 0 0 1
Ha ardlb-p ... 451 1 0 Schlicting rf ......... 3 00 0
Close d-lb . sos.... 00 0 Bauer lb .....4 00 0
Minick rf .............. 4 2 2 0 Schuveiller 3b ......... 2 0 1 0
Bair c ,............... 5 1 2 1 W eber c ............... 3 1 0 0
Zimmerman if ........ 3 1 3 3 McIntosh dh ........... 3 2 3 2
Beshke 2b ............. 1 1 0. 0 vanDehey 2b .......... 4 0 2 0
Siuta 3b ............... 2 0 0 0 Hess ss ................ 5 0 1 0
Froning ph ..........., 1 0 0 0 Pehrson ph ............ 1 0 0 0
Disher pr .............. 0 0 0 0 Hunziker ph ........... 1 0 0 0
Morris ib.............. 0 0 0 0 Totals..................36 3 9 3
Totals ................. 35 6 10 6
R H E
MICHIGAN 020 200 200 - 6 10 2
Minnesota 020 100 000 - 3 9 2

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REBECCA KNIGHT/Daily
Ken Hayward smacked his 11th homer against Northwestern in the
Wolverines' 13-1 victory Friday. Eleven round-trippers is the third highest
total in Michigan history.
Big Blue bats bumped
Northwestern, 13-1
By ROB POLLARD seventh and five more in the eighth.
Special to the Daily ..
MINNEAPOLIS-On a beautiful Sophomore Scott Kamieniecki pit-
inl ched all nine innings for the Maize and
Friday afternoon at Siebert Field in Blue, allowing four hits and two walks
Minneapolis, Michigan demonstrated while striking out three.
the importance of playoff experience. "I have to say this was my best game
Northwestern made its first post- of the year," said Kamieniecki, who
season appearance in 27 years and it raised his record to 6-3. "It meant
showed. The Wolverines routed the more; I went nine innings and it was a
Wildcats, 13-1, in the first round of the tournament game."
Big Ten baseball tournament. Rich mnt game sr
Bair led the 19-hit barrage with four MICHIGAN 13, NothwsenI
hits and two RBIs, and Kurt Zimmer- Northwesern....... 001 0 -
crake apinh-itran samto MICHIGAN ......3030 301 101 1 -13
man cracked a pinch-hit grand slam to M Kamienieckiand Bair, Wolfe (9).
nail the coffin shut in the eighth inning. NU: Miller, Hafenscher (2), Tichy (4), Reinnga (8)
MICHIGAN had no problem solving andGirardi.
four different Northwestern pitchers. ayienieckir (11). Zimmeman 3iler10-3)
Starter Bob Miller, who entered the :
game with a 10-2 record and a sparkling
2.42 ERA, lasted only one and two-
thirds innings while suffering the loss.
Every Wolverine starter reached
base at least three times except
designated hitter Chuck Froning, who
got on twice. Wildcat pitchers
generously allowed 10 bases on balls,
including five by the usually sharp
Miller.
Northwestern coach Ron Wellman<
said he had "no idea" what happened to
his ace. "All year long he's (Miller)h
been throwing the ball over the plate,
not giving up walks. They were just
pounding him."
MICHIGAN scored three times in the
second inning. Five of the Wildcat pit- f
chers' 10 walks came in that inning. The
Wolverines added three more runs in -i
the fourth, single tallies in the sixth and air
...four hits, two ribbies

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E. Bair, Weber, Beckman. DP-Michigan 1, Minnesota 1. LOB-Michigan 9,
Minnesota 16. 2B-Bair, Schveiller, Pohl. HR-McIntosh (3). SB-Hayward, Pohl. S-
Beshke2.
MICIiGAN

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IP H R
Wayne (W'8-2) . ....... ...........7.2 7 3
Hayward............ 1.1 2 0
Minnesota
IP H R
Kutshall (L, 5-3) .. . . .......6.2 7 6
Kampsen ...................................... 2.1 3 0
Save-Hayward (5). WP-Kampsen. T-3:03. A-2,157.

ER
3
0
ER
2
0

BB
10
0
BB
5
0

SO
5
1
SO
3
0

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FINAL BIG TEN LEADERS

(does not include tournament games)
Batting

PlayerAS H
Ros. Ms ............. 2 24
2) Hess, Minn.................. 47 20
3) Eddington, MSU ............ 46 19
4) Mueller, Ind ................39 16
5) Dietrick, Pur ................ 42 17
6) Armentrout, Wis ............ 51 20
7) Pfaff, OSU .................. 49 19
8) LARKIN. MICH ............. 57 22
9)Pohl, Mi.n-.-.-----....... 47 17
9) Czaplewski, Wis ............. 37 14

Avg.
.426
.41:3
.410
.405
.:392
.388
.386
.378
.378

Pitching
Player
1) Shok, MSU ................
2) Grate. oInd.................
3) Hickerson. Minn ...........
4) Mathews, WIS .............
5) M iller, NU ................
6) Kampsen, Minn ............
7) JonesInd ..................
8) Cunningham. OSU.........
9) KAMIENIECKI. MICAI.....
10) Champagne, Ill...........

. 26. 2-1 101
. 20.1 2-2 1.33
. 25.A 4-1 1.42
. 16.2 1-0 1.62
. 27.2 2-1 1.95
. 21.0 2-1 2.14
. 27.0 2-2 2.67
. 27.2 3-1 2.93
. 27.1 :3-0 2.97
. 11.1 1-3 :1.13

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