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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                i Rangers lose relievers fail in extra innings New Braunf els June 7 A By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON The Atlanta Braves have won three straight games in their attempt to move up in the National League where they now trail the San Diego Padres by lOte The Braves latest victory was a 31 decision over the Houston Astros in 11 innings Wednesday night and improved their record to pitcher Jeff Dedmon im proved his record to while Albert Hall who had only two hits in his 20 previous atbats as a pinch hitter slammed a triple that scored Glenn Hubbard with what proved to be the winning run in the The teams had been tied at 11 since the second Dedmon pitched two innnings of scoreless relief as his ERA was reduced to Bruce Sutler came on in relief to finish the llthinning and notch his 13th The have lost nine of their last 13 games and five straight at The only Houston run came in the second inning by Phil Garners oneout double off starter Pascual Perez followed by Craig Reynolds run scoring We had no defense last night six errors and no offense to speak of We have to be more con Reynolds Mariners 5 Rangers 4 Pinchhitter Barry Bonnell drew a basesloaded walk from Dave Stewart with none out in the 10th inning to lift Seattle over Texas for the Mariners sixth straight Bonnells walk forced in Dave who led off the Seattle 10th with a Stewart is Twins 2 Royals 1 After throwing a onehitter for nine its not often that a pitcher has to take a back seat to Minnesotas Ken Schrom found himself in that Padres 10 National League By The Associated Press East Division W L QB 30 29 New 30 1 32 4 Philadelphia 38 9W 44 16 West Division San 28 32 5 Los 32 5 35 7 38 10 San 44 16 Wednesdays Games Chicago New Yotk 3 Philadelphia Louis 4 Pittsburgh Montreal 2 Cincinnati San Francisco 4 Atlanta Houston Innings San Diego Los Angeles 4 Todays Qames San Francisco Blue 32 at Cincinnati Pastore 21 Louis Kepshire 45 at Philadelphia Rawley 55 New York Darling 61 at Chicago Sutcliffe 6 6 Los Angeles Valenzuola 77 at San Diego Wojna10 Montreal Palmer 56 at Pittsburgh Me Williams n Atlanta Smith 34 at Houston Ryan 8 American League Dodaers 4 By The Associated Prett East Division iW L 27 28 33 32 33 35 47 Pet QB Briefly Local sports playoffs QUARTERFINALS Saturdays Gome HPWSton at Birmingham Toronto Detroit 137 New York 36 Baltimore 22 West Division i40 Kansas 35 34 30 27 Wednesdays Games Oakland Chicago 0 Seattle Texas innings Milwaukee Toronto 4 Detroit Boston 0 i New York Baltimore 3 Minnesota Kansas City 1 California Clevelands Todays Game Milwaukee Higuera 44 at Toronto Key 52 30 33 32 34 36 38 44 2 6 6 7 10 20 3 3A 6 9 Texas Clergy Invitational scheduled for 56 All Texas ministers are invited to participate in the fourth annual Texas Clergy Invitational Golf Tournament at the Wood Crest Country Club in Grand The fee will include green golf trophies and For more contact Don Dendy at 214 3698211 office or 214 2418352 Womens tennis begins summer session The second summer session of the New Braunfels Womens Tennis Association will begin July 22 for singles and July 25 for and will run through August All levels of players are en couraged to register for either with Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION Baseball New York Mets at Chicago Baseball Atlanta at 8 Boxing Top Rank mid dleweight Roman George Zack Until teammate Roy Smalley put him where he belonged with a key Until Smalleys Schrom had been but trailed 10 going into the bottom of the Yankees 4 Orioles 3 Bobby Meachams tworun single in the bottom of the ninth inning following a pair of Baltimore errors by second baseman Lenn Sakata boosted New York to a comeback win over the Yankees sixth triumph in as many meetings with the Orioles this AslO White Sox 0 Rob Picciolos threerun double and Dave Kingmans 18th homer keyed a sixrun third as Oakland beat Chicago behind the fourhit pitching of Don Sutton and moved into second place in the AL a halfgame ahead of the White Angels 10 i Indians 6 Reggie Jacksons grandslam homer capped a fiverun sixth leading California over Tigers 3 Red Sox 0 Kirk Gibson droye in two runs with his 15th homer and a single to power over Boston behind rookie righthander Randy Brewers 5 Blue Jays 4 Ted Simmons snapped a 44 tie with a oneout home run in the eighth inning and Ben Oglivie added a two run blast to power Milwaukee over i Pauline Rector at 6292995 or Sue Frosch at Volleyball clinic scheduled for July Two summer sessions of volleyball clinics will be held in The first is scheduled from July 8 through July 19 and the second from July 22 through August Phyllis Fowler and Carla Herring will be the instructors for the two week volleyball The clinic is for girls 10 and Varsity high school players are not The clinics are held at Canyon Middle School from 8 to noon every The registration fee is Registration information can be obtained by contacting the Landa Recreation Center or by calling 629 or Pedro Guerrero may have tied the National League record for home runs in the month of but San Diegos LaMarr Hoyt was first in line at the payoff window when he banked his eighth consecutive Hoyts routegoing sevenhitter Wednesday night stopped the Los Angeles Dodgers 104 as the Padres restored their fivegame lead in the National League Guerrero equaled the record shared by HallofFamer Ralph Kiner 1947 and Philadelphias Mike Schmidt 1977 with his 14th June homer and tied Oaklands Dave Kingman for the major league lead with his 18th roundtripper of the Cubs Mets 3 Chicago Manager Jim Frey was relieved as was outfielder Keith Moreland after the Cubs broke a 13 game losing streak that had tied a club Its a lot better feeling winning than said who gave the Cubs a 43 lead in the sixth inning with his fifth homer of the off New York reliever Roger Phillies 6 Cardinals 4 Ozzie Virgils first home run in more than three a tworun sixthinning carried Philadelphia to its fifth straight Reds 6 Giants 4 Eddie Milner knocked in three runs with a pair of singles as the Reds handed San Francisco its sixth straight Pirates 1 1 Expos 2 Pittsburghs Rick scattering nine hits and striking out raised his record to 41 with his first complete game since TANK Tax reform package threatens commissioner says SAN FRANCISCO AP President Reagans tax reform package threatens the possible expansion of the National Basketball according to owners who say they are looking at nine cities that would like an NBA Commissioner David Stem said that a plan to eliminate business tax deductions for sports tickets will hurt the NBA and puts a cloud over professional He made his remarks Wednesday during the NBAs annual meeting in San Stern cited the robust state of the and said that 15 of the 23 teams made profits this making it the leagues most successful Expansion also would be af fected by the leagues new television Talks are scheduled later this summer with whose million contract expires after next If the tax proposal is defeated and a lucrative deal with CBS can be worked Stern said the league will then begin evaluating applications for expansion franchises at its meeting in One or more teams possibly could be added for the 198687 although Stern said such quick action is The NBAs health has improved from a year when only 11 teams were Stern And the league has also from 18 teams in before the American Basketball Association to 23 If expansion becomes a various cities have expressed an interest in obtaining an NBA including Kansas Santa Ana and Prospective owners will have to put up application fees before they are reviewed by the On the final day of its annual the NBAs Board of Governors also took the following actions Reduced the number of games television superstitions or cable stations may broadcast from 41 to 25 to control the product and avoid flooding the airwaves with Approved the refinancing of the Golden State Warriors by owner Franklin Mieuli with a million to million loan from former Milwaukee Bucks owner Jim Fitzgerald and his partner Dan including giving them a future option to become part owners of the Approved the purchase of the Denver Nuggets by former Houston Rockets minority owners Sidney Shlenker and Alan Becker from Red Approved the sale of the New Jersey Nets by Joseph Taub to David Alan Aufzien and Bernard Voted to continue the draft lottery that puts the seven worst teams into a drawing for the top but agreed to look at Voted to continue the 232 playoff schedule in the cham pionships that was used this Adopted a third tiebreaker rule to determine homecourt advantage in the championship In addition to overall record and the record of one team against ties will be broken by the record of teams against opponents in the con Decided to experiment in the summer leagues and during the exhibition season with modifications of rules against the by Jeff Millar Bill Hinds Tennis tournament scheduled The New Brjaunfels Tennis Association will hold its tournament on Saturday and The events will mens A and B mens A j land B womens A and B womens A and B doubles and mixed A and B The tournament kill start at otT Saturday and 1 on ji The entry fee is for singles and for each doubles The deadline to enter is 6 Entries will not be taken after that To call Sally Forney at 629 6659 or David Mueller at Players wanting i to know their playing times for the tournament can call Mueller between 6 and 7 OUR MOST IN SMALL BOATS AMP FDlKlT TMEM 2 BUMPER TO BUMPER Auto Parts Specialists THURSDAY Baseball Little League Cham Majors National League FRIDAY Baseball Little League Pee Wee AllStar National League Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALF EASTERN DIVISION W U GB Tulsa Rangers 5 3 Jackson Metsl 5 3 xArkansas Cards 3 5 375 2 Shreveport Giants 3 5 375 2 WESTERN DIVISION Beaumont Padresl 5 2 xEIPasotBteweis 2 San Antonio Ddgrsl 3 4 2 Midland Angels 1 6 143 4 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