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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Hits grand slam as Rangers Page 9A orts May 8A Players authorize strike SS CHS facing elimination Both local teams face uphill struggles as the regional baseball playoffs continue New Braunfels will host Edcouch Elsa in game two of a bestofthree series while Canyon will face Brownsville Pace at The Unicorns lost game one in Edinburg by a score of with ace Armando Martinez taking the loss in spite of pitching a Bobby 73 on the will be on the mound for New Braunfels in an Unicorn New Braunfels uncharacteristic 8 game at committed three mental errors Wednesday in the Take away any one of those mistakes and the games outcome may have drastically The Yellowjackets David who If the Unicorns win the final game of the series will be played at 2 Saturday at Unicorn Canyon will square off at 5 will go with is 70 on the against the Should the Cougars the series would be tied at a game and the third game would follow immediately af Canyon could manage only one hit against Pace ace Rodney and the Cougars lost in spite of Ronnie Rittimans twohitter for the The Vikings will throw Victor Canoa in the afternoon Canoa is 92 on the which has had no problems scoring runs this will need a return of the big bats to force a Canyon will have Brad Campbell on the mound in the 5 Campbell is 92 on the season not counting the scrimmage against has won seven games in a One advantage that both teams will have today that they did not have in their seriesopening losses will be in the travel Its the Valley teams turn to make the long bus The trip should be especially rough for which will need to leave extra early for the afternoon with the chance of playing a second game Look for a combination of Rit Michael Rodriguez and Danny Hernandez on the mound for the Cougars if CHS stats Herndz Totals 0 0 0 1 11 6 4 6 30 Results Canyon Pleasanton 5 Canyon Pleasanton 0 Brownsville Pace Canyon 0 NB stats Here are tho statistics lor New Brnunfels playoll baseball Hitting Plnyer AB H 2B 3B MR R RBI CHICAGO AP With one eye on baseballs future and another on the strike of the players union is out to strengthen its bargaining hand by seeking strike authorization from its a federal judge has ruled that broadcast rights belong exclusively to team owners and that any share players get from television revenues must come under contract Players have sought onethird of such In a 21page summary judgment issued District Judge Charles Kocoras ruled that clubs own the copyright of the game which necessarily in corporates the pictures and per formances of the But the overriding issue is the possibility of baseballs second in season I feel satisfied that the players will back us and come to the same decision we made after theyve been said Kent a Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher and a member of the unions executive who on Thursday authorized the strike Don acting executive director of the Major League Players said no strike deadline had been imposed because we want to get input from all the Fehr said he would conduct sessions with all 26 teams beginning today in and estimated it would take him two weeks to com plete the He said no strike would be called before July but made it clear in a pointbypoint denunciation of the owners latest proposal that the union felt the negotiations were ap proaching a crucial Fehr warned the owners the authorization vote was the con sequence of their continuing the same type of posture they had shown since negotiations began last Its but some of us have been through this Fehr referring to the strike of 1981 that shut down the game for 50 We have a terrible feeling weve seen all this But it seems that nothing else matters to the owners unless deadlines are Marvin who directed the 1981 strike as head of the union and now serves as a echoed those Theres a great deal of similarity between now and 1981 in that were getting incredibly unthinking offers from the owners at a point in time when we dont have too much time to Miller Reimers takes tourney Here are the statistics for Canyons playoff baseball Martinez Hernandez Troy Moss Rittimann Scott Gary Edwards RaulChapa Rodriguez Randy Riggs Totals Stolen bases Danny Rodriguez Pitching Player W L IP H R ER ERA BB K 1 4 1 1 6 23 7 5 3 0 6 Don Duncan Chris Finke Tomas Juarez Eddie Cantu David Caddell Hansmann Bobby Tristan Dicky Alan Walker Armando John Mullins Ricky Gomez Totals Stolen bases Player R Mtnz 1 Tristan Totals Results New Buanfels Uvalde 0 New Braunfels Uvalde 0 EdcouchElsa New Braunfels 0 Thirtyeight Members of the McQueeney Bass Club caught 153 fish weighing 190 six ounces at their May tournament on seven area Kevin Reimers won the tour nament with a total of 20 six Darwin Dietert was second with followed by Teeney 123 Danny 112 and Robert Langlinais had the big bass of the tournament at five four Jerry Zercher was second with a fish weighing four three Members fished at 4H and 5H lakes in the Junior member Roby Scheel had a stringer weighing seven nine Here are the standings for the 1985 with fisherman and total Bobby 375 Danny 2914 Kevin 26fi Jeff 2413 225 Allen 207 Ralph 193 Kenneth 1814 Paul 1811 Junior division Roby 79 Justis 010 Close cal Long horns clip Grambling in 12th inning AUSTIN AP A 12inning marathon in the NCAA Central Regional baseball tournament came down to a controversial call at home plate as Grambling catcher Ira Tieuel tried to tag Texas Doug Hodo on a drag Umpire Ron Graham ruled Hodo and the host Texas Longhorns finally snared a 43 victory Thursday Texas moves on to face Houston at today while Grambling plays Oklahoma at Lamar and Louisiana State were paired in a noon Houston defeated LSU 114 and Oklahoma beat Lamar 91 in Thursdays other firstround We played extremely well but Texas played Grambling coach Wilbert Ellis had been struggling all night against Gramblings Gary and the game was still tied 33 going into the Pinchhitter Hodo led off the inning with a single and was sacrificed to second by Coby Bill Bates advanced Hodo to third before Dennis Cook delivered the winning The call at the plate was Ellis I questioned the but he said he was on top of We dont like to get into controversies with We thought he was but the umpire said he was We are true We wont well be back Tieuel I thought I tagged him Hodo somewhere on the I thought about throwing to first but I saw the runner coming from third and I thought I had a Texas Coach Cliff Gustafson I think he missed the tag from where I Hodo went around It wasnt a squeeze bunt He Cook was on his own to drag bunt for a base Sixthseeded earned the respect of who was forced to bring in his ace Greg Swindell with one out in the replaced starter Mike Poehl and held the Tigers to two hits while striking out six in 523 innings of Texas got on the board in the second inning as David Linescores Game 1 001 0001 4 1 021 OOx9 15 1 Steve Scon Hamilton David Johnson and Jeff Kaye Mike David Poss 3 and Keith Leonard W Poss L Peters Game 2 Houston 102 01411 18 1 Louisiana 000 001484 Mike Walker and Pat Robbie Mark Guthrle Stan Loewer I7I and Rob W Walker L Smith HR Game 3 001 000 0014 10 2 020 000 000381 Mike Greg Swindell and Robbie Chuck Oertll Gary Eave and Ira W Swindell L Eave HRs David Wrzesinski 2nd inning Wrzesinski brought Dodd Johnson in with a tworun homer over the left field Wrzesinskis his fifth of the came after Texas had runners on first and second in the top of the first but couldnt Grambling scored in the bottom of the third as Darryl Blanks singled in Orlando Watkins scored the Tigers second run when he tripled in the fifth and came home on Kelvin Crandells Eric Taylor singled Crandell home for a 32 Tiger Texas tied the game in the seventh when David Denny tripled off the right centerfield wall and scored on Bobby Behnschs sacrifice Eave went the full 12 innings giving up 10 hits and four Earlier in the scoring three runs in the top of the relied on solid defense and the arm of pitcher Mike Walker to down Louisiana State Houston scored eight more after that to seal the In the days first 5412 Oklahoma jumped out on Lamar starter and loser Mike Wilkins in the third inning with six runs on seven
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