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June 05, 1984 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, June 5, 1984-- Pace 15

Orioles keep on winning, 6-2

BALTIMORE (AP) - Cal Ripkin Jr.
and Eddie Murray hit consecutive
home runs in the second inning and
Mike Boddicker pitched a four hitter as
the Baltimore Orioles cruised to a 6-2
victory over the Milwaukee Brewers
last night.
The triumph was the Orioles' third
straight. Milwaukee, which has not
wnn in Rati.nr cinr 1 a i

last 12.
Boddicker, 7-4, the American League
Player of the Month in May, won for the
seventh time in his last eight starts.
He retired 18 batters at one point and
the only runs he gave up came on a two-
out homer by Cecil Cooper with Dion
James on second via a double in the nin-
Yankees 8, Red Sox 3
NEW YORK (AP) - Don Baylor

smashed the first inside-the-park
homer of his 13 year career and broke a
3-3 tie in the seventh inning with a two-
run single as the New York Yankees
defeated Boston 8-3 last night, snapping
a f i v e- game winning streak for the
Red Sox.
Baylor sliced his tie-breaking hit to
right in the seventh off reliever Steve
Crawford after the Yankees loaded the
bases off loser Bob Ojeda. 5-5.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Bruce Bochte
doubled and homered and Carney Lan-
sford rapped three singles to spark the
Oakland Athletics to a 7-3 victory over
the Cleveland Indians last night.
Winner Bill Krueger, 4-1, gave up six
hits over the first seven innings before
Mike Warren and Bill Caudill finished,
with Caudill notching his 12th save.
Krueger blanked Cleveland after
allowing a pair of unearned runs in the
first inning.
Horner out for season
ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta Braves
third baseman Bob Horner has refrac-
tured his right wrist and probably will
miss the rest of the baseball season, the
National League club announced
Peugeot Bikes
have everything except
an expensive price.
Come and ride a
FINE bicycle today
at the
SUdent Bike Shop
on Forest next to Village Corner
"Nobody knows bicycles better.

Boston's Jim Rice crashes into the left field fence at Yankee Stadium in an attempt to snare a blast off the bat of New
York's Don Baylor. Rice was shaken up on the play while Baylor circled the bases for a two-run, inside-the-park home
run to lead the Yanks to a8-3 victory.

Mets make
first pick
in draft
From wire reports
NEW YORK - Shawn Abner, a 17-
year-old outfielder from Mie chanic-
sburg, Pa. High School, was the first
selection of the regular phase of
baseball's free agent amateur draft
yesterday by the New York Mets.
Selecting second, the Seattle
Mariners chose right-handed pitcher
Billy Swift from the University of
Maine, which was eliminated from the
College World Series on Sunday.
Other CWS performers taken in the
first round were outfielder Odibee Mc-
Dowell of Arizona State (Texas) and
Bob Caffery of Cal State-Fullerton
(Montreal), and pitcher Dennis
Livingston (Los Angeles) and shortstop
Gary Green (N.Y. Yankees) of
Oklahoma State.
Thomas Lee Hinzo, a second
baseman from Southwestern Junior
College in Chula Vista, Calif., was the
first choice in the secondary round,
taken by the Mets. Secondary draftees
are players who have been chosen in
other drafts but never signed with a
team. Michigan pitcher Gary Wayne,
who was taken in the 23rd round last
year, is expected to go in the later
rounds in this draft.


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