Thursday June13. 1985
The Michigan Daily
ORIOLES DROP FIFTH STRAIGHT
Petry nails last 19
in Detroit win, 6-2
By PHIL NUSSEL
Special to the Daily
DETROIT-It wasn't a no-hitter or
a shutout, but last night's win for the
Tigers' Dan Petry-his ninth-was
perhaps one of his best outings of the
season, leading Detroit to a 6-2 win
over Baltimore at Tiger Stadium.
Petry, after giving up a two-run a
homer to center fielder Fred Lynn in
the second inning, retired all but one
batter the rest of the game. He nailed
the last 19 hitters in a row.
THE WIN was Petry's tenth over
the Orioles in his career. Petry
The Tigers struck early with three ... records ninth victory
runs in the first inning. Alan Tram-
mell started it off with a single and a 380-foot blast was his tenth of the
stolen base. Kirk Gibson then reached year.
base on an Eddie Murray error,
moving Trammell to third. Lance That was all the scoring until the
Parrish singled to score the first run, Tiger eighth inning when Grubb
and, after a walk to Darrell Evans, walked, Chet Lemon singled and Lou
John Grubb singled to drive in the Whitaker homered. The dinger
next two. chased Mike Boddicker, whose record
was evened at 6-6.
Baltimore bounced right back in the
second on a double by Murray The Tigers are now two games
followed by the Lynn homerun. The ahead of the Orioles.
Orioles manager Joe Altobelli was all smiles, signing autographs before last night's game at Tiger Stadium.
The Baltimore mentor soon lost his grin, however, when Dan Petry retired the last 19 Orioles in a row to guide
Detroit to a 6-2 victory.
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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Baseball labor talks worst yet
NEW YORK (UPI)-Major league the players' authorization for a strike. it was the owners' lack of input that
baseball players and owners emerged So far, he said, the vote is running widened the gap.
from a negotiating session yesterday heavily in favor of authorizing the "The following ridiculous exchange
closer to a strike at any time during strike. Fehr said a strike date would took place," Fehr recited. "We asked
their 25 previous meetings, said Dan probably be set before the All-Star them to tell us to the nearest $100
Fehr, acting director of the players' game, July 16. million how much money they want to
association. In their latest proposal, the owners save, or think they could save by cap-
Fehr said written proposals submit- have asked the players to agree to a ping salaries and they couldn't even
ted by the owners were no surprise to salary cap similar to the one already tell us that-to the nearest 100 million
players but the verbal exchanges in use in the NBA. The players say the dollars."
between the two sides led him to con- cap is at attempt to destroy free agen- Wearer may manage
clude "the likelihood of a confron- cy.
tation, whether a strike or not, is quite That, the owners says, is because Orioles again
high. the players can't see anything beyond DETROIT (UPI)-Disgruntled and
"THERE'S a lot of frustration, their own paychecks. disappointed over the downward slide
rising anger and a growing MCPIAIL maintains that with $42 of his Baltimore Orioles and deter-
resignation that regardless of an ap- million dollars lost last year and a mined not to become "too com-
parent change of tone-at least there projected $155 million debit by 1988, placent" again, owner Edward Ben-
was one until today-that you really "the players association has to accept nett Williams is seriously considering
do have to threaten. that there is a problem. bringing back Earl Weaver as his
"Nothing else seems to work," said "We feel very strongly that health manager.
Fehr at the end of the 2/z hour session. and viability of the game is at stake Williams and Weaver were to meet
"It's the only way to get anybody to and we have to start turning this thing in Washington yesterday to discuss
pay attention to you. around a little bit," McPhail said, the Orioles situation, it was learned.
"It's like they went down the (last) "The ball really is in their court. The Orioles owner supposedly was
basic agreement and said, 'Let's cut First we came to them with the seeking Weaver's counsel on what
everything that's in there; eliminate problem. We gave them the industry could be done to give the cluba shot in
free agency, lower player salaries, financial information they wanted. the arm, but their meeting could wind
put caps on salaries by arbitrations.' Then they wanted the club infor- up with Williams offering his ex-
There will not be an agreement mation, and then while they needed manager a chance to become their
negotiated on that basis and if they time to look that over, they wanted new manager.
didn't know it before, they know it suggestions..." Without pinpointing current
now." As angered as the players are over manager Joe Altobelli, Williams has
FEHR said he has visited all but six the "suggestions" that would put an said the Orioles are about to make
of the major league teams to obtain end to escalating salaries, Fehr said, personnel changes.