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Page 12 Friday, July 12, 1985 The Michigan Daily
Smithson smothers
sluggish Tigers, 5-1
By ERIC MATTSON The Twins scored first in the third
DETROIT - Ron Davis struck out inning. Tim Teufel walked then went
the side in the ninth inning to fend off to third on Mark Salas' sharp single to
a Tiger threat and get the save as the right A sacrifice fly brought Teufel
Minnesota Twins took the first of a THE TIGERS bounced back with a
four game series last night, 5-1. run in the fourth. Whitaker led off
DAVIS CAME IN with runners on with a douhie to right-center and went
first and second and nobody out, and to third when Alan Trammell layed i
cut down Chet Lemon and Tom down a perfect sacrifice bunt. Kirk
Brookens before walking pinch hitter
Scotti Madison. But Lou Whitaker Gison then cracked a single to ring
went down swinging, and the Tigers Gibson stole second and Darrell
threat was squelched.GisnsoeecdadDrel
Minnesota starter Mike Smithson Evans followed with a walk, but Larry
(8-7) pitched brilliantly for the first Herndon flyed out deep to right and
eight innings, scattering four hits and Barharo Garhey grounded out to end
giving up four bases on balls. When he Ithe i
gav u tw sngls n ro i th nn- In the top of the fifth, Twin
gave up two singles in a row in the nin- designated hitter Dave Engel led off
th, Davis was called i. with abloop hit over third base that he
stretched into a double. He went to e
, third on Gary Gaetti's single, and they Associated Press
both scored onSalas' double. All-Star gathering
ROY SMALLEY followed with a
single to left but Salas fell down as he Tiger pitcher Jack Morris is congratulated by Lou Whitaker and Alan Trammell after his 1-0 shutout over
I was rounding third. Chicago Wednesday. Morris and Whitaker were named to the All-Star game yesterday and Trammell was
rumored to make it as a reserve.
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'81 Models From Staff and wire reports ters Joaqin Andujar of the St. Louis All-Star appearance. Gooden became Whitaker were selected hy fans to
86 MAZDA Fr $3995 NEW YOR - Youngsters Dwight Cardinals, LaMarr Hoyt of the San the youngest player ever to appear in Tuesday's game. For Parrish it wills
3Y-aty rrhGooeden and Jimmy Key will join Diego Padres and Fernando Valen- an All-Star game last year when he be his fifth All-Star appearance and
TRUCK '80 MODELS lad veterans Nolan Ryan, Rich Gossage zuela of the Los Angeles Dodgers. combined with Valenzuela to tie the for Whitaker his third.
OLDER FROM $995 and Bert Blyleven as pitchers for Other relievers will be Scott Garrelts record by striking out six consecutive The rest of the American League
Tuesday night's All-Star game in of the San Francisco Giants and the batters. Gooden, last year's Rookie of starting lineup announced late Wed-
60 DAY OLD Minneapolis, the National and Montreal Expos' Jeff Reardon. the Year and strikeout king, is leading nesday includes first baseman Eddie
American Leagues announced Morris has chalked up nine com- the league in ERA (1.78) and Murray and shortstop Cal Ripken of
LE yesterday. plete games and four shutoutsain strikeouts (142) while compiling a 12-3 Baltimore, outfielders Rickey Hende-
OVER In addition to the 24-year-old Key posting a 10-6 record. His 20 starts and record. rson and Dave Winfield of New York,
stk and Blyleven, 34, the American nine complete games are highs on the Key is 7-3 with a 2.59 ERA and has third baseman George Brett of Kan-
League starters are Jack Morris and AL staff, developed into the strong left-handed sas City and outfielder Jim Rice of
'8S MAZDA NDan Petry of the Detroit Tigers and Petry is 10-7 with a 3.29 ERA in 19 starter the Blue Jays have been Boston.
GLC Dave Steib of the Toronto Blue Jays. starts. missing the past several years. Tiger shortstop Alan Trammell
DELUXE 4 DR. $ Donnie Moore of the California HOWELL and Hernandez, the 1984 THE PITCHERS were chosen by finished second in the balloting to
Angels, Willie Hernandez of Detroit Cy Young award winner and MVP, the league offices, after consulting Ripken, who was the leading vote-
"EXAMPLE: and Jay Howell of the Oakland A's are have 18 saves apiece. Hernandez has with the AL and NL managers. The getter among all American Leaguers.
RABBiT 4 OR. L" the relievers. a 1.84 ERA and 5-4 record in 41 ap- AL will be managed by Detroit's The National League starters were
JOINING starters Gooden and pearances. Howell, 8-3, has a 1.91 Sparky Anderson and the NL by San announced Wednesay afternoon.
Ryan and reliever Gossage on the ERA and has pitched in 38games. Diego's Dick Williams. Williams and Anderson will officially
National League squad will be star- Gooden, 20, will make his second Tigers Lance Parrish and Lou name their reserves today.
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Gary Carter, NY .. C . LANCE PARRISH, DET.
. . ! Steve Garvey, SD ...... 1B ..... Eddie Murray, Bal.
Tommy Herr, St. L. ...... WB . LOU WHITAKER, DET. s
Stk. No.1219 Ozzie Smith, St. L. ....... SS Cal Ripken, Bal.
ORTHE SPOT FINANCING Graig Nettles, SD .)....... 3B ........ George Brett, KC
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FostM$$h i Tony Gwynn, SD ....... OF .. Rickey Henderson, NY

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