New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 26, 1983, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers trip A's, stay atop West By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARLINGTON — Bill Stein drove in four runs with a pair of singles and Frank Tanana and John Butcher combined on a six-hitter Saturday night as the Texas Rangers defeated the Oakland A’s S-3 for their fifth straight victory. Tanana, 3-1, gave up all three Oakland runs on five hits and struck out six in six innings. Butcher earned his fourth save with three innings of scoreless relief. The Rangers, who have won five games in a row and 12 of 16 — they are 19-11 against the American league West — scored five runs on three hits in the second inning. Oakland’s Bill Krueger, 6-6, walked three batters to load the bases Bucky Dent and Billy Sample each drove in runs with bloop singles and Stein lined a two-run single to chase Krueger. Buddy Bell’s sacrifice fly off Steve Baker made it 3-0. Davey tropes gave the A’s two runs in the third with his eighth home run of the year following Ricky Peters’ infield hit. Stein, who has driven in seven runs in the last two games, capped a three-run Ranger fourth with his second two-run single. Jim Sundberg walked to begin the uprising, Dent singled, Sample doubled to score Sundberg and Stein followed with his hit.Angels 9, Royals 2 KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Bobby Grich belted two home runs and Brian Downing drove in three runs with a homer and single to power the California Angels to a 9-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Rod Carew, returning from a three-game absence because of a back injury, added three singles to raise his American League-leading average to .413. The Angels pounded three Kansas City pitchers for 17 hits, enabling Mike Witt, 4-5, to win his first game as a starter since Aug. 23. Witt gave up six hits in seven innings before yielding to John Curtis.Tigers 9. Orioles 3 BALTIMORE — Chet Exertion drove in five runs with a pair of homers and reliever Doug Bair earned a victory in his first appearance with Detroit to lead the Tigers to a 9-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. The Tigers scored three runs off loser Jim Palmer, 2-2, in the second on singles by Lance Parrish and Larry Herndon, a sacrifice fly by Glenn Wilson and Lemon’s 10th home run of the season. Detroit made it 4-0 in the third when Lou Whitaker walked, moved to third on a pair of infield outs and scored on Parrish’s single. The Orioles reached starter Dave Rozema for three runs in the fifth inning. Aurelio Rodriguez and Cal Ripken Jr. had RBI singles and Gary’ Roenicke drove in the other with a double. It remained 4-3 until the Detroit eighth when L*mon hit his second homer of the game following singles by Parrish and Wilson. Herndon added a two-run homer in the ninth, his sixth of the season.Yankees 4, Red Sox 1 BOSTON — Steve Kemp drove in three runs with a homer and a double and the New York Yankees weathered an eighth-mning Boston threat to beat the Red Sox 4-1. Yankees starter Jay Howell, 1-3, took a five-hit shutout into the eighth, but left after giving up a one-out single to Dwight Evans. Jim Rice greeted reliever Rich Gossage with a single and (me out later, Carl Yastrzemski singled Evans home Evans. Rick Miller followed with an infield hit to load the bases, but Gossage escaped further trouble by getting Rich Gedman to ground out. Gossage pitched the ninth for his eighth save. Jerry Mumphrey drilled his fifth homer to give New York a ninth-inning insurance run in the Yankees’ 12-hit attack. Dennis Eckersley, 5-5, took the loss.Brewers 7, Indians 2 MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers, held to one hit through seven innings by Cleveland’s Juan Eichelberger, erupted for seven runs in the eighth, keyed by Ned Yost’s two-run pinch single, and defeated the Indians 7-2. Roy Howell, who doubled in the fifth inning, was Milwaukee’s only baserunner until Robin Yount doubled and scored on a single by Roy Howell to start the Brewers’ eighth. Charlie Moore walked with one out, chasing Eichelberger, 3-6. Pinch hitter Ben Oglivie, who did not start because of a bruised heel, greeted Neal Heaton with a single. National League roundup 12th-inning doubles lift Cubs by Expos By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MONTREAL — Consecutive doubles by Ryne Sandberg and Bill Buckner snapped a 12th-mmng tie and the Chicago Cubs went on to beat the Montreal Expos 2-1, snapping a six-game losing streak. Sandberg opened the 12th with a drive to left-center against Chris Welsh, 9-2. Buckner then lined a shot just past Expos first baseman Al Oliver. Chicago, which left 13 men on base, had scoring chances in both the 10th and lith innings but failed to get key hits. Reliever Warren Brusstar, 2-1, who has allowed only one unearned run in his last ll appearances, pitched two innings to pick up the victory. Chicago took a 1-0 lead in the fifth when Mel Hall doubled and scored two outs later on l^eon Durham’s double. Montreal tied it in the seventh on Gary Carter’s double and Terry Francona’s bloop singlePadres 3. Giants 2 SAN FRANCISCO — Tony Gwynn’s two-out single in the eighth inning drove in an unearned run and lifted the San Diego Padres to a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. The Giants made two errors in the eighth to help San Diego With two outs. Garry Templeton was safe on second baseman Joel Youngblood’s error. Templeton stole second and went to third on catcher John Rabb’s throwing error before scoring on Gwynn’s single to left off reliever Gary l^avelle, 5-2. John Montefusco, 6-1, was the winner, and Gary Lucas got the final two outs for his eighth save. The Giants took a 2-0 lead in the first off starter Ed Whitson. Johnnie l>eMaster led off with a walk and stole his 27th base. Darrell Evans then walked with one out. Jack Clark lined a run-scoring single to center and Evans also scored on center fielder Alan Wiggins' error.Phillies 4. Mots 2 NEW YORK - Rookie Kevin Gross and Willie Hernandez combined on a six-hitter to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-2 victory over the New York Mets. Gross, making his major-league debut, pitched 6 1-3 innings, allowing two runs on five hits Hernandez recorded his fourth save. Walt Terrell, 1-1, gave up all four Philadelphia runs on six lilts before being relieved by Doug Sisk in the seventh inning. The Phillies scored twice in the first with only one hit, an RBI single by Von Hayes, the first of his three singles. Bob Dernier walked to open the game, stole second and Pete Rose also walked. The two then executed a double steal, and Joe Morgan’s grounder scored Dernier One out later. Hayes singled in Rose. Braves 8, Reds 2 CINCINNATI - Bob Homer drilled a three-run homer and Dale Murphy, Jerry Royster and Chris Chambliss collected three hits apiece to help the Atlanta Braves crush the Cincinnati Reds 8-2. Horner's 13th homer of the season keyed a four-run first inning The Braves, who had 14 hits, batted around in the first inning against .starter Charlie Puleo, 2-4. who lasted just 11-3 innings. Brett Butler and Rafael Ramirez singled to start the game and Murphy doubled in one run. Horner then slammed a 1-2 pitch over the left field wall. Cincinnati escaped trouble in the second when Horner grounded into a bases-loaded double play, but Atlanta added a pair of runs in the third. Chambliss drew a walk from reliever Rich Gale and scored on Royster’s triple. Winning pitcher Pete Falcone delivered a sacrifice fly to score Royster.Pirates 10, Cardinals 3 ST. IX)UIS — Dale Berra and Jason Thompson each homered to highlight a 13-hit attack as the Pittsburgh Pirates crushed the St. Ixmis Cardinals 10-3. lAe Tunnel!, 2-3, got the win with 4 1-3 scoreless innings in relief of Don Robinson St I Amis starter Kevin Hagen, 2-1, was touched for five runs in 31-3 innings. The Pirates got their first run in the first inning as Marvell Wynne walked, moved up on a wild pitch, took third on a grounder and scored on a groundout by Bill Madloek. The Cards tied it on Willie McGee’s third homer, in the second.All-star balloting still tight NEW YORK (AP) - Voting for several starting positions for the July 6 All-Star Game remained close Saturday, including a fiveway battle for the American lieague second base spot that Manny Trillo of Cleveland led by only 769 votes. With only one day of balloting left, Commissioner Bowie Kuhn’s office said that other races still undecided are catcher and the outfield in both leagues and the National league first base job. Trillo was 769 votes ahead of Jim Gantner of Milwaukee, 499,897 to 499,128 Frank White of Kansas City, with 470,174, Bobby Grich of California, with 431,544, and Detroit’s I ahi Whitaker, with 328,734, were still in contention. Steve Garvey of San Diego led the race for the NL first base spot with 515,283, only 86,513 ahead of Keith Hernandez of New York. Hernandez was in fifth place in last Monday's balloting update. Pete Rose of Philadelphia had 466,670 votes to stay in contention. along with Montreal’s Al Oliver with 428,770. In the AI. outfield, where California teammates Fred Lynn and Reggie Jackson both have led at one time or another, Dave Winfield of the Yankees was Uh* new leader with 744,094. 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Moore announced two weeks ago that he was leaving, but a wave of protests from high school football fans led the school board to vote not to accept the resignations of Moore and    two assistant coaches, Mike Russell and Hutch Ford, who had planned to go to Gainesville w ith him “Butch, Mike and myself discussed it at length,” said Moore, who    has a 20-year ripcord of 181-37-7 and two Class 2A state championships “All of our    feelings were basically the same. We didn’t want to take legal action to get out of Pilot Point, which is my home town “lf I leave, I want it to be the best possible situation,” said Moore. “I thought we were in that    situation I with Gainesville)." wouldn't coach go Moore’s wife, I ahs, said, “We were disappointed Hut it was a compliment for hun I think that was the way they (the school board) meant it to be more than anything else " Farm said they just didn’t want to lime Moore and about 75 showed up at a Tuesday evening school hoard meeting. “He’s probably one of Rh* best in the state," said Bearcat quarterback club member Dm Gist We didn t want hun to go " When it comes to job finding, thereat action is in Classified Read Classified for results rn k I I 4 I % I V -v ^ 1 / V I WIrn Let Us “Tune miL Your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO 358 LANDA SUIT? P <s*Df DOOR) OWNER GENE SAEGERT 629 4107    ____ AM/FM In Dash Cass . Hi Power    *39” AM/FM Cass. 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