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August 14, 1984 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, August 14, 1984- Page 11
0's push ays 9A behind Tigers

TORONTO (AP) - Mike Boddicker threw the first
one-hitter of his major league career and light-hitting
Lenn Sakata hit a two-run homer to give the
Baltimore Orioles a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Blue
Jays last night.
Boddicker, whose career best had been a three-
hitter, was touched for just a leadoff double by Rance
Mulliniks in the third inning., Following the double,
the 26-year-old right-hander retired 12 consecutive-
Jays until he hit Dave Collins leading off the seventh.
OVERALL, Boddicker, who boosted his record to
14-8, struck out six and walked one as he recorded his
ninth complete game of the season.
Sakata gave the Orioles all the runs they needed in
the third inning. It was his third homer of the season.
With two out, Gary Roenicke doubled and Sakata,
hitting .183 entering the game, slammed the second
pitch from Jim Clancy, 9-12, into the left-field seats.

Toronto came back with a run in the third when
Mulliniks doubled, moved to third on a grounder and
scored on Alfredo Griffin's grounder to second.
The victory enabled Baltimore to split the four-
game series, which drew a club-record 145,134 fans. It
was the final meeting between the two clubs this
season, the series ending 9-4 in the Jays' favor.
Royals 6, Red Sox 1
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Darryl Motley
homered and Bud Black scattered seven hits to snap
a personal four-game losing streak as the Kansas
City Royals took a 6-1 decision from the Boston Red
Sox last night.
Black, 11-10 and winless in six starts since the All-
Star break, struck out six and walked one as the
Royals also ended a four-game losing skid.
Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, 7-9, suffered the loss.

Motley, starting his first game since he injured a
knee Aug. 9, gave the Royals a 3-1 lead in the fourth
inning with a towering home run deep into the right
field bullpen, his 10th of the season.
Indians 6, Yankees 5, 11 innings
CLEVELAND (AP) - Joe Carter singled h ome
Brook Jacoby with one out in the 11th inning to give
the Cleveland Indians a 6-5 victory over the New York
Yankees last night.
With one out, Dave Righetti, 2-4, gave up Jacoby's
fourth hit, a single. Tony Bernazard then doubled to
left, sending Jacoby to third. Righetti intentionally
walked Brett Butler after a 2-0 count to load the
bases. With the outfield playing shallow, Carter lined
his game-winner just in front of left fielder Steve
Steve Farr, the fifth Cleveland pitcher, threw two
scoreless innings to raise his record to 3-9.

Braves in
game, 7-5

pert Jones and Chet Lemon belted two-
run homers and Doug Baker added a
solo shot to power the Detroit Tigers
past the Atlanta Braves 7-5 yesterday in
the 41st annual Hall of Fame Game.
Jones' home run capped a four-run
sixth inning that helped the Tigers
overcome a 4-3 deficit. Barbaro Gar-
bey and Johnny Grubb led off with
singles, Darrell Evans cracked an RBI
double and Larry Herndon followed
with a sacrifice fly before Jones
against Andre Treadway, who was
called up from Class AA Greenville.
Dale Murphy hit a bizarre two-run
homer and Brad Komminsk had a solo
homer for the Braves.

In the first inning, Claudell
Washington singled with two out and
Murphy followed with a slicing drive
down the right field line. Detroit's Kirk
Gibson appeared to make a running
catch by reaching over the short right
field fence at the 312-foot mark, and
Murphy, who was rounding first, and
the other players began trotting off the
Gibson then showed that he had not
caught the ball and Murphy, who was
near the pitching mound, returned to
round the bases.
Murphy's homer came off Ricky
Barlow, who was the Tigers' No. 1
choice in the 1981 free agent draft and
currently is 1-16 with Class A Lakeland
in the Florida State League.

... too bad it doesn't count

Olympic moments remembered
(Continuedfrom Page1)
But the story of the Los Angeles were here and more than two billion Mark Breland, wearing a look more rhythm with an improvised tune ev
Games is more than the record' worldwide who watched the Games on of relief than exuberance, raising his though he had never seen the routine
attendance approaching 6 million, television. arms after winning the boxing gold heard the music before.
MARY LOU RETTON, who proved medal that everyone, including his THERE WERE other sm
more than the profit-loss statement for. that little girls can fly, landing with a opponents, expected him to win. Mary moments. Mary Meaghert
the so-called "free enterprise. Games, resounding thud and standing rock Decker, inconsolable after a fall in the swimmer, nodded up toward the t
more than the record 83 gold medals< steady as she exploded into a smile. women's 3,000-meter race ended her dozen relatives who had flown out fr
won by the United States and more than Carl Lewis taking four victory laps as decade-long dream of a medal. Double- Kentucky to watch her cap a sterli
all the world and Olympic records set - he matched Jesse Owens' four-gold gold winner Greg Louganis talking to career. "My family is here," she sa
here by the 7,300 athletes from 140. performance 52 years ago. his teddy bear Gar between dives. "and they are in my heart."
countries. Gabriela Andersen-Shiess, the BUT BETWEEN the man with a While perfect weather and the lack,
Rather it is a collage of images, a Swedish runner, staggering around the jetpack zooming into the Los Angeles projected traffic jams and smog ma
swirl of memories gathered throughout track to collapse at the end of the Memorial Coliseum at the July 28 this Olympics more enjoyable tha
the Olympic fortnight by 'those who : women's marathon opening ceremonies and the "flying ,


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saucer" at Sunday's closing, there were
other, smaller moments that seemed
just as Olympian.
When a Swiss performer's tape-
recorded accompaniment suddenly'
stopped during her rhythmic
gymnastics routine, the crowd was
stunned but she bravely continued
without the music.
Within seconds, the piano player for
the West German gymnasts began
playing along, trying to pick up the

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There were minor controversies over
the judging in women's gymnastics,
and many more vocal objections in
And the debate will rage among track
fans for years over whether Mary
Decker of the United States or Zola
Budd, the 18-year-old South African
running for Britain, was at fault when
they bumped during the women's 3,000-
;meter run and Decker fell off the track.

Wolverine medal winners
The following is a list of current and former Michigan athletes who won medals at the Los
Angeles Olympics:

Associated Press
President and' Mrs. Reagan congratulate America's Olympic athletes.
Flanking the Reagans are swimmer Steve Lindquist (left), basketball
player Cheryl Miller (center) and gymnast Mary Lou Retton.

Steve Fraser ................Greco-Roman wrestling ..............
Doug Herland ............... Men's pair rowing with coxswain ......
Barry Larkin.. Baseball (demonstration)..............
Christina Seufert ............ Women's 3-meter diving ..............
Ron Merriott ................Men's 3-meter diving .................
Brian Diemer ...............3000-meter steeplechase ..............
Greg Barton ................. l00-meter kayak singles .............
Bruce Kimball ............... Men's 10-meter diving ................


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