Wednesday, June 12, 1985
The Michigan Daily
Red Sox streak, 5-3
BOSTON (UPI) - Ted Simmons ningsdue to a torn fingernail on his pit-
snapped a 3-3 tie with a two-run ching hand.
double in the seventh inning last With one out in the seventh, Paul
night, helping the Milwaukee Brewers Molitor doubled and scored on a single
break Boston's eight-game winning by Earnest Riles. Cecil Cooper
streak with a 5-3 victory over the Red followed with a single, moving Riles
Sox. to second. Simmons delivered his key
Danny Darwin, 6-4, scattered eight double to left-center, scoring Riles
hits, while striking out eight and and Cooper.
walking three over eight-plus innings.
Bob Gibson relieved with two on and The Red Sox moved ahead 3-2 in the
two out in the ninth and notched his fourth. Bill Buckner reached on a
thirdsave. leadoff walk and scored in front of
MILWAUKEE scored three runs in Dwight Evans, who hammered his
the seventh inning to pull in front 5-3 sixth homer of the season to tie the
against loser Bruce Hurst, 2-5, who game. Marty Barrett then reached on
was replacing starter Roger Clemens. an infield hit, stole second and scored
Clemens left the game after five in- on a two-out single by Dave Sax.
Rookie Steve Lyons was out at second on an attempted steal last night at Fenway Park in Boston. The Brewers
halted Boston's winning streak at eight with a 5-3 victory.
ELLENA NAMED OUTSTANDING PLAYER:
Miami corrals Longhorns 10-6
OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) - Designated the fifth team in history to advance to charging back with one run in the six-
hitter Greg Ellena, named the tour- the title from the loser's bracket of the th and three in the seventh. Kevin 4
nament's most outstanding player, double-elimination tournament. Sheary, 7-4, who won his third series
collected four hits last night to pace a game, shut the Longhorns down early,
14-hit attack that carried Miami ELLENA, who went 12 for 25 in the holding them to five hits through five
(Fla.) to a 10-6 victory over Texas in series, tied a series record with 22 innings. He left after 6% innings and
the championship game of the College total bases. His 12 hits were one short yielded a total of eight hits.
World Series. of a record.
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Rick Raether earned his third save
Ellena drove in one run and scored The Hurricanes roared to leads of6- of the series by pitching the final 2/3
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BRUCE RUFFIN, 13-3, took the loss
for Texas. He was replaced by Mike 4
Poehl after giving up six hits and
three runs through 2% innings.
The game was a slugfest in com-
parison to Sunday's 2-1 Miami victory
over Texas that set up the champion-
ship showdown. Miami came up with
14 hita while Texas had 11.
Miami, 64-16, last won the College
World Series title in 1982. Texas, 64-14,
was last year's College World Series
Miami, which had scored two runs
in the first inning, exploded for four
more in the third inning when they
banged out four hits and capitalized
on three Texas errors to up their lead
The Hurricanes scored twice in the
fifth and added their final runs in the
Texas, which had twice come from
way behind to win in the series, rallied
for three runs in the seventh but were
shut down by Raether,