New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 19, 1983, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 19, 1983

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The New York Yankees lanky left-hander, blasted in his first two starts this year when he tried to be too clever with the ball, just reared back and threw it Monday night against Toronto’s batters. The result: a two-hit 3-0 victory over the Blue Jays. “I think I worry too much about spotting the ball,” said Guidry. “What I wanted to do tonight, if nothing else, was throw the ball hard. I challenged them. I wanted to go right after them. That’s the way I used to pitch.” Guidry, who struck out four batters and didn’t walk any, gave up a game-opening single to former Yankee teammate Dave Collins, retired 15 consecutive batters, was nicked for an infield hit by Buck Martinez opening the sixth inning, then set down Toronto’s final 12 batters. Orioles 4, Indians 1 Designated hitter Jim Dwyer’s fifth-inning leadoff home run snapped a 1-1 tie and propelled the Orioles past Cleveland. “If he keeps hitting like that, he may be the DH for eternity,” said Baltimore Manager Joe Altobelli. Dwyer is the DH only because Ken Singleton is hurt. Rick Dempsey drove in two runs for the Orioles with a sacrifice fly in the third inning and a double in the seventh. Scott McGregor pitched a seven-hitter for Baltimore. Twins 8, Mariners 5 Randy Bush’s two-run double in the third inning and Mickey Hatcher’s two-run single in the seventh led Minnesota out of the West Division basement and dropped the Mariners into it. Mike Moore walked Gary Ward, Kent Hrbek and Gary Gaetti before Tom Brunansky’s sacrifice fly broke a 1-1 tie and Bush doubled. The Twins made it 5-1 in the sixth on Ward’s sacrifice fly. Brewers 14, Red Sox 0 Boston’s scoreless streak stretched to 25 innings as Don Sutton checked the Red Sox on six hits through seven innings and Tom Tellmann wrapped up with two hitless innings of relief. Charlie Moore had four of the Brewers’ 22 hits and drove in three runs, and Paul Molitor, Robin Young, Cecil Cooper and Roy Howell added three hits apiece. For Howell, it was particularly welcome, since he had gone 0-for-35 in a streak dating back to the end of the 1982 season. A's 5, Angels 3 Mike Davis’ two-run single triggered a four-run burst in the third inning against Mike Witt. Wayne Gross’ single and Dwayne Murphy’s double-play grounder drove in the other runs in the inning. Rod Carew had a two-run single and Reggie Jackson a homer for the Angels. Padres 10, Braves 3 Tim Flannery was only one of nine San Diego Padres with an RBI on the night, but his contribution may have been just a little bit bigger. Flannery singled, tripled, scored twice and drove in a run as his contributions in a 15-hit attack that helped San Diego bury the Atlanta Braves 10-3 Monday night. In addition, he played another flawless game at third base in place of Luis Salazar, who had made two errors before being replaced by Manager Dick Williams. “I know my role,” Flannery said. “With me, ifs only one day at a time. When I’m in there, I go as hard as I can. And when someone else is in there, I cheer for him. I know if I don’t produce, I won’t be in the lineup long.” With his two hits, Flannery upped his average to .375. Gene Richards was the only Padre with more than one RBI Monday night, driving in a pair with a single in the second inning. Steve Garvey hit a solo homer. Every Padre that got into the lineup against Atlanta — with the exception of San Diego’s three pitchers — had at least one RBI against four Atlanta pitchers. Righthander Erie Show, 2-0, worked the first 5 1-3 innings for San Diego for the victory. It was the first win of the year for the Padres over the Braves, who swept a four- game series over San Diego in Atlanta last week. Rookie right-hander Craig Mc-Murtry, 1-1, lasted only two innings for the Braves. Dodgers 4, Giants 3 Giants relief ace Greg Minton walked the bases full, and Los Angeles’ winning run scored in the top of the ninth inning on Ken Landreaux’s ground ball. It was his lith RBI of the new season. Trailing 3-0, San Francisco tied the score in the eighth off Burt Hooton on Milt May’s two-run homer and a pinch RBI single by Joel Youngblood. Tom Niedenfuer, who faced only one batter in the eighth, got the victory, and Dave Stewart worked out of a one-out, two-on jam in the ninth to earn his third save. Phillies 8, Cubs 2 Gary Matthews and Mike Schmidt each homered for the Phillies, backing the eight-hit pitching of John Denny. The Phillies trailed 2-0 in the third when Matthews led off with a solo shot off Paul Moskau. After Joe Morgan walked, Schmidt homered for the fourth time this season to put Philly ahead 3-2. Denny walked one and struck out three in evening his record at 1-1. 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Although they weren't asked to write us, they keep sending raves like these: As I lit my first Bright my first comment was Ooooh it s terrific'' It tastes so clean Laurie Ciriuello Stony Creek CT Bright is <4 fantastically refreshing taste' I have been a Belair smoker for over IS years Bright has the cleanest coolest taste I have ever experienced' Robin York Michigan City, IN Your new Bright 100's are smashing1 f inalis a truly refreshing menthol in a low tar cigarette! I am thrilled to have found Bright Ms seat! h is over I'm convinced there really is great taste in a 'ow tar c igari rte    Michael McNabb Chattanooga TN You ve got a winner on your hands Bright is a new arxl exciting addition to the i igafette family Mervin Silverman Cleveland OH Ive only smoked Benson iv Hedges Menthol irxe they ve tieen out III never go tv Ack Brights are so light and tasty I love triese Barbara Norwood Bryan. 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