AY. Y4. 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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NEW YORK -- Yogi Berra
drove home eight runs and Bob
Turley struck' out 11 batters as
the league-leading New York
Yankees thrashed the Boston Red
Sox 10-0 yesterday for their sev-
enth successive triumph.
The squat catcher, back in his
old slugging groove, smashed a
home run and two singles as the
Yankees swelled their American
League lead to three games over
... blanks Bosox
NL All-Stars To Include
Six Redlegs, Six Braves
By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Every team in
the National League will be rep-
resented on its All-Star club
which will play the American
Leaguers in St. Louis next Tues-
day, but Cincinnati and Milwau-
Maj or League
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Baltimore 8, Washington 3
Kansas City 5, Chicago 0
New York 10, Boston 0
Cleveland 6, Detroit 0
Boston at New York (2) Sisler (6-4)
and Stone (1-2) vs. Shantz (9-1) and
Detroit at Cleveland (2) - Foy-
tack (8-6) and Hoeft (1-4) vs. Wynn
(10-9) and Narleski (5-1) o. Pitula
Washington at Baltimore Stobbs
(2-12) vs. Wight (2-4) or O'Dell (2-2).
Chicago at Kansas City (2) -
Keegan (3-3) and Fischer (3-4) or
Derrington (0-0) vs. Kellner (2-4) and
kee top them all with six players
After baseball Commissioner
Ford Frick eliminated three Cin-
cinnati players from the starting
lineup, when it became apparent
that the heavy poll in the Queen
City would put too many Redlegs
afield, the fan vote put hese men
on the starting team,
Stan Musial, St. Louis, first
base; Johnny Temple, Cincinnati,
second; Roy McMilian, Cincin-
nati, shortstop; Don Hoak, Cin-
cinnati, third; Ed Bailey, Cincin-
nati, catcher; Frank Robinson,
Cincinnati, left field; Willie Mays,
New York, center field, and Hank
Aaron, Milwaukee, right field.
To those Alston, the National
League manager by virtue of his
Brooklyn team winning the pen-
nant last year, added:
Pitchers John Antonnelli, New
York; Lew Burdette and Warren
Spahn, both of Milwaukee; Larry
Jackson, St. Louis; Clem Labine
of Brooklyn, and Jack Sanford
and Curt Simmons of Philadel-
Catchers Hank Foiles of Pitts-
burgh and Hal Smith of St. Louis.
Infielders Ernie Banks of Chi-
cago; Gil Hodges, Brooklyn, and
Johnny Logan, Eddie Mathews
and Red Schoendienst, all of Mil-
Outfilders Gus Bell, Cincinnati;
Gino Cimoli, Brooklyn, and Wally
Moon, St. Louis.
* * *
nis slugger Lew Hoad defeated
Sweden's gallant Sven Davidson,
and Ashley Cooper outlasted Neale
Fraser yesterday, setting up anj
all-Australian men's singles final
at Wimbledon for the second
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Redlegs 7, Braves 5
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati
Redlegs cracked the two-yr.-old
Lew Burdette jinx yesterday as
they knocked him out of the box
in the sixth inning and went on
for a 7-5 victory over the Mil-
The victory boosted the Reds to
a full game lead in the National
League and dropped the Braves
to third place behind both the
Reds and St. Louis.
Athletics 5, White Sox 0
KANSAS CITY - The Chicago
White Sox were shut out 5-0 yes-
terday by the Kansas City Athle-
tics and fell three games behind
the New York Yankees in the
American League pennant chase.
Virgil Trucks got credit for the
victory although Tom Morgan
came in in the sixth with the
bases loaded and one out to pre-
serve the big righthander's shut-
out and his seventh victory
against a single loss.
* * *
Cardinals 5, Cubs 4
CHICAGO'- A two-run single
by veteran Del Ennis in the sev-
enth inning' yesterday cracked a
tie game and propelled the on-
rushing St. Louis Cardinals to a
5-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs.
Indians 6, Tigers 0
CLEVELAND - SouthpaW Don
Mossi of the 'Cleveland Indians
pitched the firstshutout of his
maJor league career yesterday,
holding the Detroit Tigers to six
hits for a 6-0 victory.
It moved Cleveland back into
third place in the American
League, a half-game ahead of the
Boston Red Sox, who lost to New
* * *
Orioles 8, Senators 3
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore
Orioles clipped rookie Jim Heise
for five runs in the second inning
and coasted to an 8-3 victory over
the Washington Senators last
night in a loosely played game.
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