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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Sambito will pitch again for Astros HOUSTON (AP) — Houston Astros relief pitcher Joe Sambito, injury-free throughout his career, didn’t think he could survive the trauma of his first surgery. “I’ve handled this a lot better than I thought,” Sambito said in a telephone interview from his hospital bed Thursday. “I’ve never had an injury before and I thought if I did, I would go totally bananas. But I found you can learn. “I just didn’t think about what could have been, I just concentrated on the future.” Sambito likely has a future after Dr. Frank Jobe of Los Angeles removed a tendon from Sambito’s foot and used it to reconstruct ligament in his left elbow. Jobe also removed painful bone chips that had caused the ligament damage. When the surgery started, Sambito knew there was a possibility the operation would be more complicated than removing bone chips. And he knew immediately what had happened when he woke up from the surgery. “The first thing I saw when I woke up was the cast on my foot and I was disappointed, but we knew that the possibility existed for more damage,” Sambito said. Despite the latest setback, Sambito says Jobe has assured him that he will pitch again. “He (Jobe) told me there is a IOO percent chance that I’ll pitch again, it’s just going to take a litle bit longer,” Sambito said. Sambito still anticipates being ready to go to spring training next season. “The thing I have to do now, is not rush things,” he said. “I’ve got a lot of time now to get ready.” Sambito has not pitched since April 27 and never reached his 1979 All-Star form this season. In his final outing he went two innings in one of his better performances. “But the last pitch I threw doubled me over,” Sambito said. “I knew there was something wrong in there. It felt like my elbow was coming apart. Now that we found out what was wrong, I can understand why I felt that way.’ Sambito had a career high 22 saves in 1979 and was named to the National League All-Star team. Sambito’s abbreviated 1982 season included four saves in nine appearances and an earned run average of 0.71. His career totals include an EHA of 2.40,72 saves and a 33-32 record. Sambito’s injury has been typical of the misfortune plaguing the Astros pitching staff this season. “The thing that people don’t realize is that all of our pitchers had about the best season they could possibly have. It was just too much to think we could repeat that kind of performance this vear." ASTROS' JOE SAMBITO ...down but not out Major league baseball Stargell's pinch-hitting homer helps Pirates sneak past Reds, 8-7Sports shorts By ASSOCIATED PRESS Lightning struck in Pittsburgh for the second night in a row, but this time the Pirates replied with some thunder of their own. On Wednesday night, the Cincinnati Beds had pounded Pittsburgh relief ace Kent Tekulve for five runs in the top of the ninth inning and snapped a nine-game losing streak by defeating tile Pirates 6-3. Cardinals 5. Braves 2 Tom Herr greeted Atlanta relief ace Gene Garber with a two-run triple to key a five-run St. Louis eighth-inning uprising. Atlanta’s Rick Mahler was working on a two-hit shutout entering thhe eighth w hen Ken Oberkfell singled. One out later, singles by pinch hitter Dane Iorg and Lonnie Smith produced a run. Padres 5. Phillies 3 Kuppert Jones slammed a two-run homer and (larry Templeton and Luis Salazar added solo shots as San Diego posted its fifth consecutive victory and moved within 2‘a games of first-place Atlanta in the NL West. The setback knocked the Phillies out of the lead in the NL East, dropping them one game behind St. Louis. Jones homered in the first inning, Salazar singled a run across in the fourth, Templeton homered in the fifth and Salazar connected in the eighth, an inside-the-park smash high off the center field fence. Expos 7. Dodgers 3 Warren Cromartie drove in three runs, two with a double that broke a 3-3 tie in the fifth inning, as the Expos ended a four-game losing streak. With two out in the fifth, Gary Carter singled and Tim Wallach walked off reliever Alejandro Pena. Cromartie, who had an HBI single iii the second inning, then sliced a double that fell inches inside the left field foul line and scored both runners. Giants 9, Mets 7 Chili Davis rapped out four singles and drove in two runs as the Giants handed the Mets their sixth consecutive setback. Davis’ RBI single keyed San Francisco’s four-run fourth and he also singled home the first of three runs in the eighth that opened a 9-3 lead. Jim Wohlford drove in three runs for the Giants with a sacrifice fly, single and double and Reggie Smith also had three RBIs with a pair of singles. Cubs 5, Astros 3 Judy Davis slammed a three-run double with two out in the eighth inning to bring Chicago from behind. The Cubs trailed 3-2 when Junior Kennedy led off the eighth with a single off Vern Ruhle. One out later, I ..eon Durham was safe on second baseman Phil Garner’s error and Keith Moreland singled to load the bases. AMERICAN LEAGUE Oakland’s Mike Norris lost his no-hit bid aga list the New York Yankees in seventh inning. By that time, Doyle Alexander had lost more than that. Norris, making his first start after spending 21 days on the disabled list, pitched no-hit ball for 61-3 innings and wound up with a four-hitter as the A’s posted a 6-3 victory over the Yankees Thursday night, giving Billy Martin his 1,000th victory as a manager. Twins 3, Brewers 0 Jack O’Connor and Hon Davis combined for an eight-hitter and Kent Hrbek lashed four singles, scored one run and knocked in another as Minnesota blanked Milwaukee for its fifth victory in six games. White Sox 3, Tigers 2 Pinch hitter Jerry Hairston slammed a dramatic two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning as Chicago handed Detroit its 19th loss in its last 24 games. West Germany ousts France 5-4 in World Cup action MADRID,Spain (API Blood, sweat and tears ushered Italy and West Germany past desperate opposition into the final of the World Cup and a showdown Sunday for global soccer supremacy. West Germany reached the finale, with a 3-4 sudden-death victory over France Thursday night iii Seville. The teams had fought to a 1-1 draw in regulation and it was 3-3 after a 30-minute overtime. Horst Hrubesch scored the fifth German goal in the penalty-kick, tiebreaker session to eliminate France. Iii sweltering Barcelona, Italy’s Paola Rossi continued his fairytale comeback as by firing two goals to beat Poland 2-0 in the afternoon match. France and Poland, who have never been iii a World Cup final, play for third place Saturday in Alicante. In Rome, celebrating Italian fans stopped traffic and threw women into the Trevi fountain. It will be the fourth finale for both teams. Italy won in 1934 and 1938 and West Germany in 1954 and 1974. In the nerves recking contest which lasted until nearly nud-niglit, France looked like a winner after pulling ahead 3-1 in the overtime. But West Germany got a goal from its leader, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who had sat out the first 90 minutes with a thigh injury, and then pulled level at 3-3 on a goal by Klaus Fischer. The penalty contest in which each team was alloted five kicks was filled with tension. With France up 3-2, French goalkeeper Jean-Luc Ettori batted down u kick by German sweeper Uh Stielike, who collapsed to the grass and held his head in agony. But then Didier Six kicked his shot within reach of German goalkeeper Harald Schumacher, who jumped up and waved both fists high iii the air. Six walked glumly back to this teammates, Standings baseball AMINIC AM Ll Abut [astern Bullion « I I Pc! £0 Bosn* 4B 34 3B3 Milwaukee 43 33 3S3 2 Bellman 42 JI 332 4'i OltfOll 40 31 313 S ken Yuck I 39 300 I Pineland 36 4k 43 SU I of oms IS 43 444 1111 dfesUfi Bunion Bmus City 4 / 34 300 CalitOfiia 41 JI 334 2 Cucito 43 3S 344 3 Smile 43 31 342 3 Oakland 31 41 4)3 12 lilts 32 44 421 I21 / Mieeesiia 2t 30 HO 22U Inmsdty s Canes Min ut. 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Stieb, 7-10, is 3-0 with an earned run average of 0.71 against the Royals this season. Mariners 4, Orioles 3 Dave Edler drove in three runs, including the game winner with a seventh-inning single, as Seattle downed Baltimore and to post its 26th come-from-behind victory of the season. The Mariners, who trailed 3-0 after three innings, closed to within 3-2 in the third on Edler’s HBI groundnut and Bruce Bochte’s run-scoring double. They tied the game in the fifth when Edler knocked iii another run with a grounder. Angels 5, Indians I Fred Lynn cracked a tie-breaking three-run homer iii the third inning and knocked in another run with a groundnut in the fifth as California snapped a i eigiu-game losing streak by beating Cleveland.Cowboy signees DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys have signed Monty Hunter, a 6-foot-0,201-pound safety from Salem College, to a series of one-year contracts, Cowboy spokesman Greg Aiello said Thursday. Hunter was the National Football league team’s second draft pick in the fourth round, Aiello said. The Cowboys have signed 14 of 16 rookies, Aiello said. Holdouts are No. 2 draft pick Jeff Rohrer, a linebacker from Yale, and third-round choice Jim Eliopulos, a linebacker from the University of Wyoming. Rookies report July 18 to California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks, Calif.Landa Golf news The big event coming to the luanda Golf Course is the Annual City-wide Men’s Amateur Championship Golf Tournament July 31 and August 1,7, and 8. Basic eligibility requirements are for residents, 19 years and older of Comal County and portions of Guadalupe County. A tournament committee will be formed to make the final determination for eligiblity. Competition in the championship flight will be 72 holes of stroke play. In the other flights, competition will consist of match play with tee times beginning at noon each Saturday and Sunday. 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