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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              American League Colonial, Angels 10, Chfsox 4 Royals 6, Twins I Reds 6, Giants 3 Cincinnati Francisco abrhbl 5020 Joshua cf 5120 0000 Thomas 2b 4011 5230 Murcer rf ,3010 Hose 3b Flynn 3b Griffey rf (lit Gune) ibrbU Remy 2b 5224 Nyman cf 5000 Meoli 2b 1000 Dent ss 5120 Biverscf 5 0 4 2 May If 5230 Nettles cf 1100 DJohnson Ib 4 0 1 1 Collins dh 2 0 1 2b 5010 Stanton rf 5021 Melton 3b Balaz If 5110 Hairston rf Chalk 3b 5230 Stein dh MlniMMU Bostock rf Ford cf Carew 2b Oliva dh Briggs ib i city ______ ib r h bl 9 O" ss 5121 4000 Pinson If- 4010 4000 WohHord If 1000 SOOOOUscf 4221 1110 Maybrry dh 1 1 1 2 3111 3031 Driessen Ib 4221 Matthews If 4 i i 0 thalk 'lb 5230 Stein dh 4000 Foster If 5010 Montanez ib 3 0 0 o Valentine Ib 5 2 3 1 Downing c 2011 Geronimo cf 5 1 3 2 Rader c 4110 Hampton c 4110 Osteen p 0000 Concepcin ss 5 1 l o Onliveros 3b 3 0 l o M.iley 4100 Gogolewsk p o 0 0 0 Chaney 2b 3 0 O'O Robinson ss 3 o o o Pigueroa p 0000 Hinton p 0000 Plummer c 2001 Miller ss oooo p 0 o 0 0 Kirby p 2000 Halicki p 3011 Totals 42 10 17 10 Totals 36 4 12 4 Crowley ph l o l 1 Williams p oooo California Borbon p 0 0 0 0 Brown ph 1 0 0 o Chicago 000010012-4 McEnaney p l 0 0 0 Heaverlo p o u o o E-Dent. Hairston. DP-California 2. Totals 38 6 13 5 Totals 33 3 82 LOB-California 10, Chicago 13. Cincinnati 001 6 SB-Valentine. Balaz, Melton. SB-Rivers. San Francisco Oil 100 3 SB-Collins. S-Hampton. SF-Collins. Mel- E-Onliveros, Halicki. Thomas. DP- ton- Cincinnati 1. San Francisco 1. LOB- Cincinnati 9, San Francisco a. 2B-Foster, Geronimo, Crowley. Griffey SB-Griffey, Driessen. SF- Thomasi. Plummer. Kirby Borbon W 7-3 McEnaney Halicki L 5-9 Williams Heaverlo Save-McEnaney (Murcen.- WP-Klrhy 2, Halicki. ip h r er bb so Figueroa W 9-8 Brewer Osteen L 6-10 (jogolewski Hinton 12-3 2-3 62-3 8 2 r er bb so 4472 0002 0 0 8 5 H 2 1 2-3 U 1 2 1-3 t) 1 7 3' 3 1 1 1 U 0 HBP-by Kirov Figueroa pitched to 3 batters in 9th. WP-Figueroa. Chisox 4, Angels 1 Expos 7, Mefs 0 (1st Game) Montreal New York abrhbl abrhbl Mangual cf 4 l 1 0 Garrett 3b 3010 Foli ss 4 p 0 Millan 2b 4 0 0 u Carter rf 4 U 0 l Kranepol Ib 4 0 2 o Morales Ib 2221 Staub rf 4000 Dwyer If 1000 Kingman If 4010 Bailey If 2122 Unser cf 3010 Jorgensn Ib 2 0 0 0 Phillips ss -2000 Parrish 3b 4121 Grote c 3000 Mackanin 2b4 0 1 1 Koosman p OOOO Koote c 4121 Lockwood p 1 o o 0 California Nellies rf Rivers cf Remy 2b Garrett Ib Collins If Chalk Carrithers p 4 (1 0 0 Clines ph 1000 Baldwin p OOOO Milner.ph 1 0 0 0 Sanders p OOOO Totals 35 7 11 7 Totals 30 0 5 o Montreal 204010000-7 New York 000 000 OOO-0 DP-Montreal 3. LOB-Montreal 7, New York 5. btoU 2B-MacKanin, Kingman. SB-Koli. HK- Bailey Foote S-Foli. SF-Carter. (2nd Game) Chicago abrhbl abrhbi a I) 2 I) Nyman cf U 0 3000 O'rta 2b 3010 2 1 U 0 May If 3110 4010 UJohnson Ib 2 l i o 3001 Melton 3b 3100 3000 Hairston rf 2111 4010 Dent ss 3011 Rodriguez c 2 0 0 0 Downing dh 3000 Miley ss 2000 Varney e 4012 1000 Jefferson p 0 0 0 0 OOOO Gossage p OOOO 0 UO 0 Kirkvood p 0 D 0 0 Scott p OOOO Totals 27 1 4 1 Totals 26 4 6 4 California 000100000-1 Chicago 000 004 4 DP-California 1, Chicago 1. LOB- California 9. Chicago 8. 2B-Garrett. D.Johnson, Varney. SB- Ph Thompsn ss l 0 0 0 Solaitalb 2111 Soderhlm 3b 3 0 1 1 Brett 3b 3000 Braun If 3 000 Cowens rf 4000 Terrell Ib 3000 Stinson c 3010 Lundstedt c 3 0 0 0 White 2b 4110 Goltz p 0000 Fitzmorris pO 0 0 0 BurgmeierpOOOO Totals 1 2 1 Totals 31 6 9 5 MlnnewU KangaVClty E-Carew, White. DP-MinnesoIa 2. Kansas City 1. LOB-Minnesota 2. Kansas Pinson, Patek. HR-Mayberry SB-Briggs, Patek. Cowens. Ip n r er bb so Goltz L 8-10 62-3 7 5 4 7 4 Burgmeier 11-3 l I Fitzmorris W 11-9 9.21115 Yonks 4, Brewers 3 New York Milwaukee abrhbl abrhbl Bonds rf 5242 Money 3b 4121 Coggins cf 5010 Sharp If 4020 White If 5011 Scott ib 4112 Munson c 4020 Aaron dh 3000 Nettles 3b 4000 Porter c 4010 Chamblss Ib4 1 l 1 Hegan If 3000 Herrmnn dh 3 1 1 0 Lezcano rf 1000 Alomar -2b 4010 Ybunt ss 3010 Stanley ss 4000 Thomas cf 3000 Hunter p OOOO Bevacqua 2b3 1 10 Moore ph TO ,1 0 Hausman p 0 0 0 0 Murphy p 6 1) 0 0 Totals 38 4 11 4 Totals 33 3 93 New York 100000201-4 Milwaukee 100020000-3 E-Yount, Bevacqua. DP-New York 1, Milwaukee 1. LOB-New York 8, Mil- waukee 7. 2B-Porter. HR-Chambliss Bonds Money Scott SB-Bunds. White, Alomar. S-Thomas. Money. Ip h r er bb so r er bb so Hunter W 15-10 Hausman 6 2-3 Murphy L 1-3 2 1-3 PB-Munson. Porter. advance Apple Pie fell victim to the Millard brothers, Tuesday, in a Delco Tavern slow pitch Soft- ball League playoff game. While Wayne Millard was becoming the winning pitcher, Dave Millard was leading the attack with four hits to spark Colonial Bar to a 14-3 victory and a sweep of their best-of-3 playoff. Belvedere advanced to the semifinals against Colonial bydowningErnie's, 6-1; O'Hagan's evened its series with My Place by taking a 10-4 verdict and Don's Essington knocked off Pete's Darby Inn, 6-3, to take a 1-0 lead in their playoff opener. Mike Martino and John Of- fidani each had two hits for Colonial; Butch Piacentino had three for Apple Pie. Belvedere's Don Arner stopped Ernie's on a four hitter and Paul Carboni stroked three hits to back him up. Eastern Division MVP Jim Hayes had three hits including a three-run homer to fire O'Hagan's past My Place. Tom O'Hagan added three hits, Roland Flowers, Joe Daley and Bill McCabe added two apiece. Don's Rocky Reed continued his domination of Pete's as he beat them for the third straight time. Branay wine graded handicap DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY ChMfer.Pa. 21 resu its FIRST RACE Puree CwxMUoo PMC. 1 Mite. 1 Lovely Gene (Laudien) 4-1-3 3-1 3 Twilight Miss (King) 7-5-5 4-1 8 Penny l.yss (Marks) 2-3-8 5-1 7-5-8 6-1 7 Momba David (Smith) 5-2-2 6-1 7-5-8 8-1 2 NewdaleLady (NoDriver) 5-3-6 8-1 4 Poppin Hanover (No Driver) 2-4-2 10-1 AE Sweet Sugar (Myers) SECOND RACE Pune Condition Pace. 1 Mile. 1 Peters Trick (Cameron) 2-5- 5-2 3 Senator BoscoiMyen 2-3-27-2 5 Daring Butler (Davis) 4-8-2 4 Robert 1 (Calentine) 6-1 6Speedy Glenn (Backer) 8-5-5 8-1 8 FrankiePi Greene) 4-7-510-1 2 Plowing.Neil (Dunnigan) 4-2-2 12-1 7 Keystone Quaker (Morton) 5-3-4 15-1 Ae Jerry's Pat (Suydam) AE Armbro Ready (Boyd) THIRD RACE Pulse Condition Pace. 1 Mile. 3 Hay Hill Belle (Casanova) 4-8-6 3-1 5 Paddy Garrison (Marks) 5-3-8 4-1 4Gay Debbie (Pierce) 7-6-2 H-2 8 Lucky Ron Ron (Davis) 7-7-8 5-1 8-3-1 6-1 5-4-3 8-1 7 Rich Ron.i No Driver) 2-4-6 8-1 1 Baron "Manor 10-1 AEFlyingTutta (Parker) AE John Silver A (Backer) FOURTH RACE Purse CondlUon TroUMlle.: 1 Speed Hanover (Foos) 2-1-1. 2-1 3 Darn Great (Boyd) 6-3-3 7-2 2-5-3 9-2 4 Shalom (Allen) 4-8-8 6-1 4-3-5 8-1 7 Jumbo Rainbow (Cameron) 8-5-3 10-1 2 Hard Candy C (Parker) 3-7-8 12-1 8 Oak Grove Bea (Kirby) 3-4-10 15-1 AE Happy.Almahurst (Kelly) AE Demon Raker (Davis) FIFTH RACE Purse Condition Pace-lMUe. 3 Lumberjack Hamde (Nichols) 7-2-2 3-1 4-4-7 4-1 5-1 4-4-7 6-.I 7 Shadow Stripe (Boss) 2-1-5 6-1 4RomanticDonuUDunmgan> 6-6-5 8-1 iBurwood June (Fleming) 6-8-8 8-1 SRagingSeaiNoDriven 3-6-4 10-1 2-2-3 5-2 1-3-1 3-1 7-5-5 9-2 2-5-3 9-2 2-3-5 8-1 4-5-4 10-1 SIXTH RACE Pune C.MI CoaflMoa Trot.lMUe. SMataStarllte (No Driver) 1 Great Jeff (Fltzpatrick) 6 Rodney's Choice (Myers) 4 Keystone Hardy (Backer) 8 Fiorenza (Pelersheim) 3 Miss Yankee Mac (No Driver) 6-5-7 12-1 7Truefriumph (Nichols) 5-8-1 15-1 AE Richie Prospect (King) AE Added Delight (No Driver) SEVENTH RACE Purse Con- dition Pace. 1 Mile, 5 Flight To Glory (Lachance) 3-1-5 2-1 7Precipitation (Hayter) 7-1-6 3-1 5- 4 MorningLine (Suydam) 5-2-1 6-1 2 Embassy's Claire (Miller) 2-5-1 8-1 3 Bad Dude (Myers) 6-2-710-1 fi Fair Paternal Dano.er) 3-2-2 10-1 EIGHTH RACE Claiming Pace, l Mile. 3 Arlington's Bill (Laudien) 1 Concert Master (Boyd) 4 Noble Bohemia (Sicai 7 Roval 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 5-7-4 6-1 6-6-5 4-7-4 8-1 4-8-3 10-1 NINTH RACE Purse CondlUon Pace, i Mile. 4 Terry Flash (Parker) 2 Todaro Hanover (Greene) iTarneilla (Marsh) 8 Sharon D Ace (Dennis) AE Frisky Skipper (Myers) 1-5-8 5-2 3-3-4 7-2 9-2 7-8-1 8-1 3-5-5 10-1 3-3-7 12-1 8-6-5 15-1 TENTH RACE Purse Claiming Pace, l Mile. 1 Garnsey Lobell (Hayter) 3 Ranger Don (Groff) o Roc Crystal (Callahan) 8 GillyM 2 John Collins (No Driver) 6BronzeCastle (Moore) 7 Peerless Miss (No Driver) AE Hals Son N'Petersheim) AEAnlicus (Davis) 3-2-3 1-5-7 2-8-6 3-1-1 4-6-2 4-5-1 7-7-2 7-3-8 10-1 BoeSimJlR'bone) Bav Bullett (Lachance) 3.40 2-a> Smiley (Patterson) 2.10 Off Adios. Impeccable Lady. Doxtor James, Twinkle 0. also started. Scratched: KUoran. SECOND Trot. OoeMUe. Mr. Steadfast (Marks) 4.20 3.60 Valley Grace (Nichols) 5.80 Time :06 Off Goldie Pro, Country Square, Gamestar. Buckeye Vic, Tappahanna Pride also started. DAILY DOUBLE (4-7) EXACTA THIRD Pace. One Mite. W'woodShadow (Hayter) 6.40 2.40 Carol Eden (Morrow) 2.60 2.49 Better Be Good (P'sheim) 2.60 Off Victory Starter, Tugaloo. Miss Sharp Duck, Hootch, Royal Roy also started. EXACTA (1-3) JO FOURTH Pice. One Mile. Karen's Message (Warrington) 19.20 9.40 7.20 Noble Max (Marks) 3.40 2.80 Bunky Bill (Galentine) 12.SU Off Follow The Leader, Lyssa Coalminer. Katie Rodney, Lindy's Child, Rippy Harry also started. EXACTA (2-3) FIFTH RACE One Mile. Marland Janet (H'ter) 4.20 2.80 2.40 Grateful Sparkle (Myers) 3.20 3.00 Kady Joan (Laudien) 4.40 Off Make Me Happy, Baker's Miss. Miss Chloe. Proud Ms. J., J. D.'s Girl also started. EXACTA (4-2) One Mile. South'n Law (Marks) '6.20 4.00 2.60 Cardinal Jim (Rinaldi) 5.60 3.80 Scout's Girl (Brenneman) 5.40 Valley Becky, Jes Bee Handy. Sir Charles, Shanty Khayyam also started. Scratched: Willzer Painter. EXACTA (4-7) SEVENTH RACE Pace., One Mile. Mike Almahurst (Lachance) 3.40 3.00 2.40 Summer Samba (Kingl 5.80 4.80 JodyJ. (Marusco) 3.40 Time 2.-01 Off Machete Hanover, Frosty Oak, Aslrobelle, Crackshot Hanover also started. Dawkln's Lobell (L'c'nce) 4.00 3.80 Peter Jay Adios (Carroll) Time Jennie's First, Hang Loose, Keystone Max, Just My Nell, Chestnut N also OneMlle. KgReMis) 8.60 3.80 3.00 Spring Ace (Callahan) 2.W Gondboy Dolly (Greene) 3.20 Off Charlie's Romance, Hymnline, M.S. Hamdc, Amber Blaze, also started. Scratched: Active O.B. _ EXACTA (1-7) Big EMCta (b-7-1-7) TENTH RACE Pitt. One Mile. Coquette Counsel (Marsh) 2-m The Great Butler (Cameron) 3.oo J.w Becky Liner (Warrington) o.su Off Rose's Christine. Sandra's Beaver. Drexel Maynard, Duncan's Girl, Keystone Willow, also started. EXACTA Attendance: Handle: Chichester tops Delaware Valley CHESTER Chichester all- stars stayed alive in the Chester Youth League World Series by destroying Delaware Valley, 16-0. Kenny Miller hurled a two-hit shutout and struck out 11. j Billy Putman and Alan Williams each had three hits, Paul Van Horn had two, in- cluding a triple Jefferson W 3-6 Carrithers.VV 1-0 Koosman L 10-9 Lockwood Baldwin Sa'nders IP 9 21-3 22-3 3 1 Balk-Koosman. T-2-.21. er bb so U 2 2 6 1 2 2-311110 21-3 0 0-0 2 1 82-S 4 1 1 a 6 Gossage 1-3 0 I) 0 00 Singer pitched to 3 batters in 6th. Save-Gossage Singer VVP-Jefferson. Expos 7, Mets 0 (2nd Game) Montreal New York abrhbl abrhbl Mangua! cf 3221 Unser cf 4000 Foli ss 5131 Millan 2b 4020 Carter rf 4000 Kranepol Ib 3 0 I) 0 Morales ib ,2 1) 1 1 Slaub rf 4 0 U U Jorgensn Ib 2 1 0 0 Kingman If 4000 Bailev If 3010 Torre 3b 3000 DwveY 11 2010 Phillips ss 3021) Parrish 3b 4121 Heidmnn ph 1 0 0 0 fa- Mackanin 2b5 1 3 2 Stearns c 3000 Tenace Ib 3, Mongers 2 Foote c Blair p Fryman p Totals Montreal 5111 Hall p 3000 Sanders p 1000 Garrett ph Apodaca p Milner ph Baldwin p 14 7 Lockwood p OOOO York 7. 2B-Foli, Mangual, Parrish. Mackanin S-Carter, Fryman. Ip 0 1-3 Blair W 7-12 Fryman Ha'll L 4-3 SANDERS Apodaca 2 Baldwin Lockwofld bave-Fryman WP-Bakiwin. A-2B.919. 4 2-3 r er bb so (1st Game) Oakland Texas abrhbi abrhbl Campnrs ss 2 1 0 1 Moates cf 4010 Washngln cf 2 0 1 0 Handle 2b 4000 Holt Ib 1001 Hargrove Ib 4 0 0 0 Haney c OOOO Burroghs rf 2 1 0 0 Rudi'lf 4 o o 0 Spencer dh 3000 Jackson rf 4010 Harrah ss 3112 Williams dh 4 0 1 0 Grieve If 3000 Ale.xandr pr 0 0 0 0 Howeil 3b 3000 4010 Sundberg c 2000 4 0 Cubbage ph 1000 3010 Perzanwsk pO 0 0 0 3110 0000 OOOO 31 3 7 2 Totals 29 2 2 2 _50 1 7 1. LOB-OakiandTTexasT 2B-Garner. HR-Harrah paneris. SF-Garner. Ip h r Bosman W 7-3 8 1-3 2 Fingers 2-11 0 Perzanowski L (H 7 Save-Fingers 1000 oooo 1010 0 0 00 1 0-1) 0 OOOO Bando 3b Mangual cf Garner 2b Bosnian p Fingers p Totals Oakland Pittsburgh Philadelphia New York St. Louis Chicago Montreal National East w. 1. 66 44 .600' 62 49 .559 4Vj 56 53 .514 56 54 .514 51 61 .455 47 60 .439 West ______ _ Cincinnati 620000000-2 LOS Angeles Handle, Garner. DP-Te.xas gan Francisco r er bb so 2213 0 0 0 1 3222 W. 1. 73 38 58 54 .55 56 52 59 48 62 40 g.b. 74 Pirates 6, Cards I Pittsburgh St. Louis abrhbl abrhbi Stennetl 2b '5010 McBride cf 4 U 1 0 Hebncr 3b 3 1 1 (I Melcndez If 3010 Oliver cf ;t 1 0 (l Davis rf 4 1 i U Robinson 'cf 2 u 1 2 Simmons c 4 u l 0 Stargell Iti 5 l u Smith Ib 4 (I u U Parker rf 4 1 l (I Sizemqrc 2b 4 0 0 0 ZisK If 2222 Heitz lib 4011 Dyer c 4012 Tyson ss 4 n l o CReynlds ss 3 0 0 0 Rasmussn p 1 0 0 0 Hooker p 4100 Bradford ph 1 0 1 0 KReynolds p 0 0 0 0 Texas Rudolph ph l 0 0 0 LiiUz pr OOOO Garman p OOOO totals 35 6 8 6 Totals 34 1 7 1 Pittsburgh 010 201002- 6 St. Louis 000 OUO 1 E-Smilh, Sizemore. DP-SI. Louis 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis 7. Stall. 3B-Dpr Rangers 15, As 2 (2nd Game) Oakland Texas abrhbi abrhbl Campnrs ss 3000 Moales cf 3 1 1 (1 Martinez ss 1000 Handle 2b 5320 Williams dh 4 0 0 0 Hargrove Ib 5 2 2 2 Rudi If 3010 Burroghs rf 3 l 1 1 Holt li 1000 Fregosi Ib 3122 Jackson rf 3010 Grieve If Alexander rf 1 0 l 0 Harrah ss Tenace ib 4 o (I 0 Cubbage dh Bando 3b 0 0 II Howeil 3b Haney 3b 0 0 I) 0 Pruitt c Mangual cf 3221 Wright p 3000 301! 0 0 (I 0 OOOO OOOO 32 2 8 2 Totals 40 15 17 13 000001010-2 00301821X-15 E-Jackson. Garner. DP-Texas 1. LOB- Oakland 3. Texas 8. 28-Moates, Fregosi, Burroughs. HR- Mangual Howeil 2 SB-Moates. S- Moates 2. Ip h Siebert L 2-2 3 3 Todil ID 2 4 Garner Fosse e Siebert p Todd p Perry p Totals Oakland 2111 5132 4100 5235 5230 OOOO r er bb so 3 3 3 3 a a 2 3 0 3 2 San Diego Atlanta Houston Tuesday's Games Montreal 7 NY 0, 1st Montreal 7 NY 0, 2nd Philadelphia 13 Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis l Los Angeles 5 Atlanta ti SD 6 Houston 5, 10 inns. Cincinnati 6 San Fran 3 Today's Games (All Times EOT) .Pittsburgh (Brett 7-3) at St. Louis (Denny p.m. Atlanta (Odom 1-4) at Los Angeles (Messersmith p.m. Houston (Dierker 9-11) at San Diego (Jones p.m. Cincinnati (T. Carroll 4-1) at San Francisco (Barr p.m. Montreal (Renko 4-8) at New York (Stone Chicago (R. Reuschel 7-12) at Philadelphia (Christenson p.m. Thursday's Games Montreal at New York iDlcll pen. wj ci jiuuiuouu. i ci i _y -i M y i HR-Zisk SB'-Melendez. Wright W 3-4 962203 Ip h r er bb so WP-Siebert. PB-Fosse. Hooker -W 8-7 9 7 ,1 1 1 3 Rasmussen L 1-2 604213 KRevnolds 2 1 0 0 3 Garman 11201.0 _ _ rt Orioles 3, Bosox 0 Padres 6, Astros 5 Bumbry dh 5 1 1 0 Carbo rf 4000 Houston San Diego G h 5 0 Doyie a 4 o o U ab r h bl ab r h b rf 4 0 l 0 Ystrzmsk Ib 3 0 o 0 Howard cf 5000 Grubb cf 4 00 s 4 fl 0 Q L cf 2 Cabell If Fuemes 2b 421 cf 4 3 0 Rice If 3 o o o Cruz rf 4200 Wmf.eld r D 1 2 V fl Q 0 0 Fisk c 3 Watson Ib 5231 McCovey Ib 2 0 1 1 4 0 2 0 Cooper dh 3 0 U at Philadelphia, n Pittsburgh at Houston, n American League East w. 1. pet. Boston 66 44 .600 Baltimore 57 50 .533 New York 57 52 .523 Milwaukee 53 58 .477 Cleveland 49 58 .458 Detroit .46 64 7% ISVi 20 May c c o Petrocelli 3b 2 o o Jutze c 0100 Boswell 3b 2 0 1 2 DaVanon-ss ss 0 o Kubiak 3b 1 0 Ivie 3b 5 0 0 0 1 3b 4 0 Bel anger ss 4 1 palmer p l Heise 3b 1 0 Miller ph 0 0 Burleson 1000 Andrews 2b 2000 Helrhs 2b If Torres 1 3 0 1 p Drago 0 0 (1 Richard p 2000 Sosa p oooo CJohnson ph 1 o 0 0 Granger p c Kendall ph JJohnson p Mclntosh 1000 2000 383 Baltimore Boston 2 Totals 28 0 2 0 QUO 000 000-0 DP-Baltimore 1. Texas 52 59 .468 16V2 20 Totals 37 5 9 p Totals 2 a rim 8, Bo: 2B-Grich, IV'S san uiego Palmer W 16-7 E-DaVanon 2, May, BosweU. IJP-ban TiantL13.n Diego 1. LOB-Houston U. ban D ego 9. Torres. HR-Watson (loi. SB-Winfield, McCovey. S-Ricliard, 'Davis. r er bb ip, h r er bb so Ricterd 5H 65 4 J 8, Tigers GMIgBTLM 22-3 1 1 0 1 1 JJohnson '11-3 64430 Mclntosh 42-3 3 0 0 i 2 Grief W 3-3 Mclntosh pitched to 1 batters in 10th. WP-Kichard 2 Balk-Granger abrhbl LeFiorc' cf 5121 Sutherlnd 2b 5 0 1 0 Oglivie If 4010 Horton dh ibrhbl Manning cf 332-0 Bell 3b 4 1 0 Gamble 1! 3310 Powell Ib 1 0 1.1 1 1 rf 1 4 0 2 0 3000 1 p Arroyo OOOO KK, in 1 ToUlJ 36 4 12 4 108 OH- 4 Garr 0 20 Buckner If 5130 Lacy 2b 502 2. Evans 3b Mau o l 0 1111 iy Ib Oakland 3 Texas 2, 1st Texas 15 Oak 2, 2nd Calif 10 Chicago 4; 1st Chicago 4 Calif 1, 2nd Kansas City 6 Minn 1 New York 4 Milwaukee 3 Cleveland 8 Detroit 4 Baltimore 3 Boston 0 Today's Games (All Times EOT) Oakland (Bahnsen 7-9) at 4 o j .1 Texas (G. Perry 9 p.m. California (Lange 4-4) at Chicago (Allen 9 p.m. Minnesota (Blyleven 10-5) at oooo Kansas City (Busby Blanks ss Olficc cf Hocoroba c Niekro p Lum ph Sosa p 40 00. Hale rf 3 0 0 0 Cey 3b 3000 Yeager c 2000 Russell ss 1000 MOW ph oooo Auerbach ss 0 o o 0 SttnpioJi 3100 3000 1 0 1 2 ID. SB-Manning. S-BelK SF-Carty. Ip h -r er DO Bare L 6-6 Arroyo Hentz Raich W M J Brown Walts WP-Airoyo. T-2.-59. 12-3 4 21-3 51-3 2 12-3 (Dobson 9-11) i Cleveland (Peterson. Baltimore (Grlmsley .7-11 and I Torrez 13-6) at Detroit (Walker and LaGrow 2, 3-7 2 p.m. o Boston i i l, Los Atlanta 6, Loi Angeles 2b-BucKner 2, Garvey, Wynn SB-BucKner. ;NlekroLli-9 7 l Sulton W 15-9 I LOB- HR- More than mUlion was waukee (Colborn p.m. Ttoundiy'i California at Chicago Boston at Milwaukee r v HI 220 3 3 2 0 0 .1 waaeredatthetrackandinOff- NY at Cleveland, twilight Track Betting offices on the Oakland at Texas, n nine-race Belmont Part Minnesota at KC, n Belmont States day program. Baltimore at Detroit, n WHITE ALUMINUM RAIN GUTTERS Just slip sections together, no sol- dering required. Baked enamel finish on sturdy .027 gage alumi- num. Do it yourself and save. 5" K-type 10ft. section ROOF SHINGLES FIGHT SUMMER SUN WITH QUALITY TRANSLUCENT PATIO PANELS 4 for 3 SALE! 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