Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 25, 1974, Page 141

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Geronimo Helps Reds By Expos! MONTREAL (AI'i Hun-' scoring singles by Tony Perez and Cesar (icroninio in the ninth inning lifled Hie Cincin- nati Hcds to a 6-4 victory over tlie Montreal Expos Saturday. l I'ete Hose led off the ninth with a double and Joe Morgan: walked. After Johnny Bench I popped out, Perez drove in the! go-ahead run with a single to' left. After Morgan was thrown! Cesar Geronimo out at the plate on Dan-el Chaney's grounder, Geronimo singled up the middle to score Perez. H was Geronimo's fourth run batted in of the game. Cincinnati jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning when Rose led off with a double to the left-field corner and Mor- gan walked. Rose moved to third on long fly by Perez, Mor- gan stole second for his 52nd: stolen base of the year and then Cesar Geronimo stroked a two-run single to right. Bob Bailey led off the Expos second with a single to left, went to third on Hal Breeden's hit through short and came home to as Barry Foote reached base on Dan Driessen's error. CINCINNATI MONTREAL ab r h bi ab r h bi Rose If 5 2 d 0 Hunt 3b 3221 Morgan 2b 3100 Foli ss 0 1 1 Bench c 5110 Woods cf 3000 TPerez Ib 4221 Bailey If 4110 Drlessen 3b 1000 HBeeden Ib 4 0 2 1 Chaney If 3010 Jorqensn Ib 0000 Geronimo cf 4 0 3 4 Foole c 40 Concepcn ss 5000 Singleton GFoster rf 3010 Frias 2b Gullett p 4010 Rogers p CTayl 4001 4000 The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Sun.. August 25, 1971 Nervous Bart Blanks Cleveland Double Tops Angels 3-1 5 Hits 3-0 Sox Hurler langers Win Allows Just On Handle's Late Single AMERICAN LEAGUE East XKW YORK 'AI'i ?in- CHICAGO Los Anqeles 3, St. Louis 0 Only games scheduled Pitchers Today TEXAS Total no harder thrower around. Faster than Bob Feller? Fas- ter than Sandy Koufax? Nobody has staked that claim for the 27-year-old strikeout king of the big leagues, but the questions of just how fast the 6- foot-2, 185-pound pitcher can throw a baseball is expected to be answered by an infra-red ra- dar device. Test Set Rockwell lists, who International scien- tested the device 000 0 1 0 3 0 0 h lf ooo sen. Tuesday night when Ryan struck out 19 Detroit Tigers, will set up for an official clock- ing of Ryan's pitches the next time Nolan pitches in Anaheim, Sept. 6 or 7 against Chicago. The fastest pitch ever gauged was 98.6 miles per hour, thrown by Cleveland's Feller in 1946. Nine other pitchers have been tested at a speed exceeding 90 m.p.h. Ryan is sort of curious him- 90.7, from the Miami ex- periment. Dalkowski, a left-hander who had struck out and walked batters in nine years of minor league baseball, never pitched an inning in the big leagues. He was tested at the! Aberdeen proving grounds and, according to one sports magazine, threw for 40 minutes trying to get within range of the device and was exhausted Total 28 d 6 3 Kansas City Milwaukee Cily _. .City 4, Milwaukee McRae, Ceoeda, G Brett. IP H R El Fitsmrris (W.10-3) 9 30 EdRdqez (L.6-4) 82-36 4 Travers 1-3 0 0 the iclocked. time his pitch was apart. The ball was thrown 145 feet per second. Same Tesf Feller's test involved fivej Atlanta Win On pre-game pitches. Ryan also1 II will have five pre-game pilch-; I U-Inning Walk es, as well as his pitches during the game. ATLANTA (AP) Pinch-hit- ter Norm Miller walked with Koufax, the ex-Los bases loaded in the 10th in- Dodger, was recorded at 93.2jning Saturday night, forcing in m.p.h. in 1960, only the seventh the winning run and giving the fastest on the list. Koufax, Don Drysdale, Steve Barber, Herb Atlanta Braves a 4-3 over the New York Mels. Score, Ryne Duren and Darrell Evans led off the 10th Turley all were involved in anjwith a single off Bob Miller, 2- experiment in Miami, utilizing 2. After Hank Aaron f lied out to high-speed movie center, Dusty Baker sin- shooting 60 frames per second. Barber, then a Baltimore gled up the middle, Evans tak- ing third and Baker moving up SStqne 0 Trailing i Hoolon p Zamora r _____ _ _____ LaRoche D 0000 Ontiveros ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 _ _ 1000 oooo Sosa Morris p Maddox ph ______ ?_ Tolal 37 7 2 Tolal 32 1 6 1 Chicago SanFrancisco 000 000 1 3. Speier. 1, SanFrancisco 1. 14, San- Francisco 9. Bonds. Mad- dox. S.Stone Frailinq Hooton LoRoche Bryant Moffitl Halicki Sosa Morris IP H R ER BBSO 3 3 1-3 0 2-3 2 4 1-3 2 2 1 1 1-3 2 2-3 0 rookie, threw 95.5 m.p.h. second on the throw to third, rank second behind Feller.! NEW YORK. ATLANTA Drysdale, ex-Dodger now Angels broadcaster, ranks Iliird! at 95.3. Fourth is Alley Donald, New [York Yankees, 94.7. in 1939. In 1958, the Yankees' Turley had the all-time fifth-place mark 94.2, which was measured an electronic oscillograph. The {NOW York NEW YORK abrhlji I Harrclson ss 2 1 0 0 Garr rf 2b 5020 MPerez 2b 4120 Evans 3b 4111 Aaron if Kranpool Ib 4000 Baker cf WGarrett 3b 4 0 l 1 Lum Ib 4010 LFoster ss 4000 Tepedino ph 2000 Correll c 1000 NMiller ph OOOO Morton p 1000 OOOO 28 0 following year, but cost mo ?250. I was DNeison 2b supposed to go on the post- 30; .ramp hut ont Ollt there e loot." iM Run-scoring singles by Tom Grieve, a bases-loaded, walk to Randle and a squeeze, bunt by Dave Nelson. A double by Rodriguez and Ron LeFlore's single gave troit a run off Jackie Brown inj the third. Gene Lament and John Knox singled runs home' in the fifth to tie the score 3-3. New York (Sadecki 4-7 or Koosman 11- 18) at Atlanta (P. Niekro p.m. I Cincinnati (Kirby B-7) at Montreal (Ro- hqers P.m. Philadelohia (Carlton 14-7) at Houston (Wilson P.m. arhb qB-onham at San Fran. ciga Loj Anceles (Messersmith p.m. ,gama show, but 4 oo ooo o i too late and blew _______ 131 Leflore cf Tovar If 5120 Knox 2b Burruahs rf 4110 Kal: Grieve dh Randle 3b Freqosi Ib i 0 1 1 4000 4011 Oqlivie Ib 5120 4122 JNettles rf 4000 5010 Vervzer ss 5021 Appletcn OOOO ARcdrqez 3b 4 2 1 MIDWEST LEAGUE North and Bill Melton in the first ginning started the White Sox their way. Foucauit 0 D 0 0 Lane If 4222 Lamont 5010 MLolich 5000 OOOO OOOO 210 O 0 OjvMerl 11! Cedar 000 QiDubua Johnson, 5-2, was recalled from Iowa of the American As- sociation less than two months ago. Perry, 16-9, who earlier this year posted 15 consecutive vic- tories, suffered the eighth loss in his last nine decisions. Pat Kelly opened the White Sox first with a walk, Jorge Orta followed with a single and May, ending an O-for-20 slump, singled home the first run. After Ken Henderson struck out, Melton singled to right-cen-j ter, driving in Orta. The White Error Lets Oakland Win BOSTON (AP) A ninth-in-, ning throwing error by Boston1 first baseman Carl Yastrzemski following a spectacular stop allowed the tie-breaking run to score and the Oakland A's went on to a 4-1 victory Saturday night that ended the Red Sox' Five-game winning streak. Pinch hitter Claudsll Wash- ington opened the ninth with an infield hit off reliever Diego Segui, 6-5, and pinch runner Bill North stole his 46th base of I when Henderson doubled, went I to third on Perry's errant pick- joff attempt and continued home ID-rville i Burlinqton OOOO Quad Cities Clinton 36136 Total 37 4 8 4 Decaiur 101 100001 001 021 000 4 ___.__.._ A.Rodriquez. Detroit 1. 9, Detroit 9. Lovitto, A.Rodriquez, Veryzer 2, Oqlivie. D.Nelson, Total Texas Detroit Tovar, Knox D Nelson, J.NerNes, Grieve. J.Brown 62 Merritt 11- Foucault (W.6-6) 2 M.LOIich IU15-15) 10 R ER BBSO Pet. GB 42 13 .700 36 21 .600 6 27 30 .474 23 31 .425 16 20 34 .357 20 31 25 .544 2? ?8 .509 2 29 30 .492 3 28 30 .483 25 34 .424 7 Saturday's Results Wisconsin Rapids 2-10, Cedar Rapids 0-0 Danville 9, Dubuque 0 Decntur 2, Quad Cities 1 Apsleton 6, Waterloo 5 Burlinqton 2, Clinton 1 Today's Games Cedir Rifp.-ds af Wf-scorisin Racids at Appleton D'jbuaue at Danville Clinton at Buriinqton Decalur et Quac! Cities unearned run Sox in added an; the fourth the season. OAKLAND BOSTON abrhbi o i o RMiiier cf 3 o o o on canterfielder Rusty Torres _ o 2 o Cooper dh A o o o, J Odom cr 0100 DEvans rf 4000: Wild thrOW to third Rjackson rf 3010 Yztrmski Ib 4 0 0 Oi Bando 3b 5111 Petrocelli 3b 4 0 0 0 CLEVELAND CHICAGO Rudi If 5011 Carbo If 4 1 0 D1 ab r h bi Bb r h bi Campnris JAloa dh Tenace Ib 3010 Griffin 2b HWhnqtn pr 0000 Burleson ss Holt jb 1000 Blackwel! c Mangual cf 4020 Lee P CWhntan ph 1 0 l o North pr 0100 Fosse c 0000 39 4 12 3 Total 1 .____.... Lee, Camoaneris, l. i 5. 1 0 Lowenstn 3b 3 0 0 0 PKellv dh 3100 _ _ 2 llLis 3b 1000 Orta 2b 4720 3 0 1 0 Hermoso 2b 3000 Muser Ib 4 0 1 0; 0 0 0 0 Lee Ph 100 CMay If 40111 000 O.Ccarty dh 4010 KHndrsn cf 3 1 T Spikes rf J 0 0 0 Melton 3b 3011: I'-llis ib 3000 Sharp rf 3000 Gamble If 3010 Hermann c 3000 "orres cf 7000 Dent ss 3 0 1 OJ [Duffv ss 3000 BJhnsn p OOOO Duncan c 2 0 1 0 31 1 4 1 Ib 1010 OOOO 000 000 4 GPerry p OOOO e t r o c e I I i 30 0 5 0 Total Cleveland Chicago North. Torres. lp H RERBBSO Chicaqo 2. LOB-Cleveland 4, Chicaqo 4.- 5 o 0 01 Hunter (W.19-10) 9 J l 0 1 7; t 2 i Leo 8 81122 IP H R ER BB SO [L.6-5] 1 43101 G.Perrv 8 73215 5031' Lee (R.JdCkSEm.. i BJohnson 9 5 C 0 1 7 301 0 1 000'' 2 1 1 Oi 0001' 3010' 35 3 7 2 Total 33 4 11 4 rhen winning run scored. 200 000 001 3 Orioles' Steve Dalkowski. also Atlanta 2. LOB-New York s, Atlanta 11. Baker. Garr After Koufax, conies 3 2 0 in 1958, ranks sixth at 93.5. "It's a promotion, that's all. They asked me if I was willing, and I agreed. I hope it works out. I think it's Ryan said. Of the Yankees. 91.1; Score of The Rockwell device meas-jthe White Sox, 91.0. and urcs speed by means of the j Doppler frequency shift. Feller was timed by a U. S. Army limiline chronograph, a box-like device resembling an inverted wooden pyramid containing electric beams spaced five feet 10 2-32112 7333 KENWOOD MOVING and STORAGE Call on JACK DALZIEL'S 24 years of experience to make your next move smooth and carefr< Genu for tree. Uenuine concern people and their belongings is why Jack and North American "The gentlemen of the moving jj industry" take care lo pleasel you Local long Distance Office Moving northAmerican 2055 NORTH TOWNE LANE NE CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA PHONE 393-5134 SPORT BOOT HEADQUARTERS RED WING SHOE STORE 3317 1 st Avenue SE. 363-6157 Open Thurs., 'til 9 WHERE FIT COMES FIRST! HUPP MOTORS The "JOCKO" The masculine shoe for school tough leather upper with pull- on tab at heel. 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