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June 21, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 21, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly New Braunfels Hernia Zeitviyg Tuesday, June 21.1983 Angels outslug Texas in marathon By I HE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; ,e tool California Angels, realizing that it s Hill June, continue to take the season ■ game at a time. Ai ! they took another wild Kame Monday flight. I > ig IH*Cirices doubled in Kick Adams w it.') two outs in the top of the 13th inning as ( ..It rnia outlasted Texas 109, extending ti r American league West lead over the Kau ersto2,3 games It was the first time the two teams had i t this season, and several of the Hangers . i been pointing toward the three-gaine iu.it hup California, in contrast, took a d»r: rent appt oath. This isn't a crucial series,” Deduces I “You can’t get fired Ufi In June It’s too I. r > >if a season." i i other AL games. Toronto edged Min* ta 2 I, B'wton downed Cleveland 6-3, I ’nut topful Milwaukee 4-1. Chicago beat ttle 7-3 and Oakland defeated Kansas i . / 7-2 New York al Baltimore was I* tported tan ause «»f rain alifornia and Texas ea« h liad op-I tuniUea to w in the game before the 13th. i the loth. California acorn! twice **d by Texas thud baseman Buddy s error to ti.ke a 9-7 lead But the K....gtus tame ba. k with two runs aided bv errors by left fielder Roo Jai kson and tsb*p Hi k Adonis and had the bases ; .led with «»ue out. Jim Sundberg ended ti threat b> grounding into a double play. JON MATLACK In the 13th, Jon Matlack, 2-2, got two outs before Adams bunted for a hit. Reggie Jackson was then hit by a pitch and DeCmces followed with his game-winner. John Curtis, the sixth California pitcher, got the win, his first decision of the year. The Hangers wasted a fine night by I .arr) Parrish, who homered. doubled and singled twice mfiveat-bats. Blue Jays 2, Twins 1 IJoyd Moseby's two-out infield single in the bottom of the ninth inning drove in Ernie Whitt from third base with the winning run Jim Gott checked Minnesota on three hits to up his record to 6-5. Reliever Ron Davis. 2-3, came in to pitch out of a bases-loaded threat in the seventh inning. But in the ninth, pinch hitter Whitt doubled and moved to third on a sacrifice. After Damaso Garcia struck out. Moseby hit a ball up the middle that caromed off Davis glove toward third baseman Gary Gaetti, who had no play.Tigers 4, Brewers 1 Dave Rozema pitched 7 1-3 strong innings and Aurelio l>opez was tough in relief as they combined on a three-hitter. Rozema, 5-0, allowed two hits Rick Manning’s single followed bv Jim Gantner’s HBI double in the third and then retired 15 straight batters He left in the eighth when he tired, and I»poz earned his lith save by striking out six of the seven men he faced. Kirk Gibson drilled a solo homer and had a run-scoring groundnut and Detroit's I/rn Whitaker extended his hitting streak to 16 games.Red Sox 6, Indians 3 Jim Rice took over the AL home run lead with his 16th blast of the season and Tony Annas belted his 13th for the Red Sox Arams broke out of an 0-for-13 slump with a single in the first inning, a homer in the third and a single in fourth as Boston raked Cleveland for 12 hits. Rice’s homer was a two-run shot and Glenn Hoffman added a two-run single. Dennis Eckersley, 5-4, gave up all three Indians runs in the fifth, two coming (Mi Alan Bannister’s home run.A's 7, Royals 2 Jeff Burroughs provided the power, Rickey Henderson and Mike Davis added the speed and Bill Krueger did the pitching for the A’s. Burroughs singled home a run in the third inning and capped a four-run fifth with a two-run homer, his fifth of the season. Davis and Henderson each had three of Oakland’s 15 hits. Davis helped out by stealing three bases and scoring three runs and Henderson swiped two bases and scored twice. Krueger, a rookie, raised his record to 6-5 with a six-hitter. He allowed just two hits after the third inning, when Kansas City scored its runs.White Sox 7, Mariners 3 Rookie dreg Walker blasted a three-run homer in the fifth inning to give Chicago a 6-3 lead and Carlton Fisk doubled home an insurance run in tile seventh Seattle had taken a 3-0 lead in the third against I^Marr Holy, 8-7, on run-scoring singles by Rn hie Zisk and Rick Nelson and an RHI ground out by Tony BernazardCalendar Hernandez haunts Cardinals SHI A tourney: Saturday, 8 30 a rn. Ni w Braunfels T ennis Amo* tattoo is ling a fun tourney on hi New hi lunfeh High School tennis courts. V tai afterwards VT iftn * ne) Bai* Club tourney: > unlay and Sunday, on trikes I . honan and Inks Saturday f.stung i . s are Rom daylight until 7 p ut.; day times are from daylight until tex Mi. summer basketball Tuesday’s . irs 6 TO p rn , Ute Smurfs vs. Ii kers* Hoopers; 7:45 pm., I • hbr« k Welding vs The Herald; 9 , in , Underpass Saloon va AGM Pest ( mtrol «.oil    I .anda Park Mens (Tty ( .impionshiptourney July Walland August 6 7; Guvs and l>ol!s tourney, II ut ''day. June23,10a iii I Bar M Day t ump lull 25-7«J at the I Bar M Sports camp lf vi I or v« or spoilt group would like in I * al sp ;Ls announcement to . j*p« ar Kl tin* Hw.tht /*• luny spurts iii Jar. iii iii (lie announcement to PO Drawer HI, New Braunfels, • -.‘6 9144 and ask for Doris i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was just last week that Keith Hernandez was traded from the St. Duns Cardinals — and already he's hitting like he owns New York Wearing a Meis uniform for only five days, tin* first baseman has nine hits in 19 at bats with his new club, including a two-run homer Monday night that helped the Mets beat his former team 6-4 in the second game of a double-header The Cardinals won the first game 3-1, and it was none other than Hernandez who drove in the Meis’ run with a groundout. "I feel that I have a new lease on life,” said Hernandez * The change iii atmosphere has been great It’s a complete new challenge I was in a slump and not swinging Uh* bat good at all Tin* biggest thing was my inconsistency, I wasn't able to put back-to-back gallies together Tonight I felt great ” In other NL action. Pittsburgh took a doubleheader from Chicago 5-4 and 6-5 in 13 innings, Montreal blanked Philadelphia 5-0. San Diego chpfted Dis Angeles 4-1, Atlanta stopped Houston 7-1 ami San Francisco edged Cincinnati 4-3 Following Hernandez' home run. his fourth of the season. Hie fans at Shea Stadium cheered loud and long until the Mets' new first baseman stepped out of the dugout to acknowledge themBraves 7. Astros I Atlanta second baseman Glenn Hubbard slugged a grand slam and Pete Fab one firm! a four-hitter to pace tile Braves over Houston Falcone, 5*1, gave up a run on Hill Gamer s first-innmg RHI single, but allowed only four baserunners the rest of the wav while completing his first game this year F.th one strut k out five and walked two Thanks to Chris Chambliss' three RHI on a double and a single. Atlanta had built a 3-1 edge before the second grand slam of Hubbard's career put the game out of reach in tile fifth Hubbard also had a double iii Uh* gamePirates 5 6. Cubs 4 5 Richie Hebner’s pinch-hit home run in the 10th inning lifted Pittsburgh over Chic ago in the opener of their double-header Hebner put a 1-1 pitch front Rill I ampbeil over the right field fem e at I tire* Rivers Stadium for his first homer ram e September 14 1962 Kent lekulve. 3-1.got the win inielief The lyrate* won tin- second game (Mi Marvell Wynne's bases-loaded single in tin int ii mug Dimi Robinson. l-O. won the second game Iii relief while Campbell. 2-4, In - aine the l»»ser for the omi time dur mg lite ev e rn rigExpos 5, Phillies 0 Ray Hums fired a three-hitter and Andre Dawson knocked in three runs with a pair of singles and a solo homer to lead Montreal over l*hiladelphia Burns, 3-2. making only his third start of the season, walked two batters and struck out three in going the route for the first time this seasonPadres 4, Dodgers 1 Td Whitson and John Montefusco combined on a three-hitter and Sixto U*/( alto hit three singles arid scored twice as San Diego downed I ais Angeles. Whitson, 2-4. struck out five and walked one batter before getting relief help with none out in tile ninth from Montefusco. who recorded his se*** md save Jerry Re ass. 6-6. took the loss, the fifth in his last six decisionsGiants 4, Reds 3 Jeff leonard lined a two-out single in the 10th inning to lift San Francisco over Cincinnati Darrell Evans started the winning rally with a one-out single off reliever Ted Power, 1-4 After Jack ('lark flied out, Evans stole second and Chili Davis was walked intentionally .Brown, Linder take Woodlands Open title The team of Ken Brown and Bob Under fired a 262 to capture the Woodlands Open golf tournament completed Sunday. Each of the 14 two-man teams combined their day’s score in the select-shot play with the previous day’s score of a professional at the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country’ Club. Brown and Under, who led after the first day’s competition, had a 64 Sunday. That score was combined with the second-round score of pro Calvin Peete at the U S Open to give them a 134 for the day. Second was the team of Fritz Scheffel and Dennis Kaderli. Combined with scores from pro Hal Sutton, they had a 268 Two teams tied for third at 270 Max David and Jim Thrasher, combined with pro Andy North, had that score, as did Bob Wills and Royal Adams, who combined with Seve Ballesteros More than $5,000 in prizes were awarded at the tournament, which was played over the .nne-hole Woodlands courseTies mark play in Landa competition The teams of W Steen-S Van Wert, B. Reeh-D Miller and R. Hansen-C. Messer all tied for first place on the front nine in the New Braunfels Golf Associations Two Man Better Ball Nassau Tournament Saturday. Tying for first place on the back nine were the teams of B Reeh-I) Miller, R. Hansen-C Messer and W Hurst-R Morales all w ith 28s. Two teams tied for the overall 18 hole title with 67 They were Reeh-Miller and Hansen-Messer Ix)w net winners were Hansen with 63, F. Gutierrez with 66 and R Acevedo and D Miller with 68s Low gross was won by F Guttierez with 68 Rain prevented the completion of the I anda ladies Club Championship The final round has been rescheduled for Wednesday. The next Guys and Dolls tournament will be held Thursday , at IO a rn and the next Sunday Scramble will be held July IO at 12:30p.m.. The Men’s and Women's City Championship lournies are scheduled for the weekends of July 30-31 and Aug 6-7 The tourney is open to men and women 19 years and older residing in Comal County and portions (rf northern Guadalupe County.High scores recorded at Schuetzen Verein The New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein met Sunday, and several high sc bores were recured at the practice shoot Glen Wimberley took rest relay No, I with 248, while Jimmie Meckel was second with 247 and Rill Wimberley third with 246 In rest relay No 2. Harry Russell had a near-perfect 249 to take first, while Rill Wimberley was second with 249 as well Jimmie Meckel was third with 247. In offhand relay No I. David Pringle was first with US, Eddie Fuchs second with U6 and Eddie Stevens third with 114 In relay No. 2, Glen Wimberley had a 118. Hill Wimberley second with 115 and I lentils Tanto third with 114 The verein will meet Friday for a practice shoot to prepare for th** Vogel’s Valley lTize Shoot which will be Sunday.Scoreboard J baseball I nm i ut'1* Mom ti IU tun tot * nt •'UUU rf .*'1 •» 're • t rn Cl IHI.af* ll I) 111 ll ti ll) 1*1 HD ut ll ti ut I lf* Int M M IX l‘» I Ill'll I) ll III Ct a aiittt It ll III I a • a ’ • • a ti ll tit I mum rn I ll ti lit t mn C>i I ll ti III 1*1 •♦MI n I I' 1* I* I ut «*< ll ll MI ll •nut It I) tit 1*1 a it*)*'* ii ll IU I'I •»i*« ft I) IK It • to* .lam •w ? rn* rn* i toto I (awm ) m*>* I a •*.»«* ) Im 'at * ton** att tm U'ftto .IMM I Mm • ll 11 'IWM M HH I ti1 to",rn IWW » IIH I I 1 Hi U Nut i IHI 0»i'**«i ll ti Kl tm * IHI ti lift ll ti lit Vt CMM) A ti ll It lit ll I ll ll 111 I* t Kins UH! 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