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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Astros, Rangers lose; relievers fail in extra innings New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Thursday, June 27,1985 7A By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON — The Atlanta Braves have won three straight games in their attempt to move up in the National Iieague West, where they now trail the San Diego Padres by lOVfe games. The Braves’ latest victory was a 3-1 decision over the Houston Astros in ll innings Wednesday night and improved their record to 31-38. Relief pitcher Jeff Dedmon improved his record to 4-0, while Albert Hall — who had only two hits in his 20 previous at-bats as a pinch hitter — slammed a triple that scored Glenn Hubbard with what proved to be the winning run in the lith. The teams had been tied at 1-1 since the second inning. Dedmon pitched two innnings of scoreless relief as his ERA was reduced to 1.84. Bruce Sutter came on in relief to finish the llth-inning and notch his 13th save. The Astros, 35-35, have lost nine of their last 13 games and five straight at home. The only Houston run came in the second inning by Phil Garner’s one-out double off starter Pascual Perez followed by Craig Reynolds’ run scoring single. “We had no defense last night I six errors) and no offense to speak of tonight. We have to be more consistent,” Reynolds said.Mariners 5 Rangers 4 Pinch-hitter Barry Bonnell drew a bases-loaded walk from Dave Stewart with none out in the 10th inning to lift Seattle over Texas for the Mariners’ sixth straight triumph. Bonnell’s walk forced in Dave Henderson, who led off the Seattle 10th with a single. Stewart is 0-4 Twins 2 Royals 1 After throwing a one-hitter for nine innings, it’s not often that a pitcher has to take a back seat to anyone. Minnesota's Ken Schrom found himself in that position, however,Briefly National League American League By The Associated Press By The Associeted Press East Division East Division W L Pct. GB W L Pct GB Montreal 41 30 577 — Toronto ........... 43 27 614 _ St Louis 39 29 .574 Vi Detroit..... 28 588 ? New York 38 30 559 1Vi Bostonn...... 33 529 6 Chicago...... 35 32 522 4 New York....... 36 32 529 6 Philadelphia 30 38 441 9Vi Baltimore . 35 33 515 7 Pittsburgh........23 44 343 16 Milwaukee 35 470 10 West Division Cleveland . 47 319 PO Vi San Diego 42 28 600 — West Division Cincinnati . 36 32 529 5 California 30 571 Los Angeles 36 32 529 5 Oakland 33 529 3 Houston....... 35 35 500 I Chicago........ i 35 32 522 3’A Atlanta...........31 38 449 10 Mi Kansas City......... 34 507 4 Vi San Francisco.......26 44 371 16 Seattle 34 36 486 6 Wednesday's Games Minnesota 30 38 441 9 Chicago 7, New York 3 Texas 44 380 13’A Philadelphia 6, St Louis 4 Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh 11, Montreal 2 Oakland IO, Chicago 0 Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 4 Seattle 5, Texas 4,10 innings Atlanta 3, Houston 1,11 innings Milwaukee 5, Toronto 4 San Diego 10, Los Angeles 4 Detroit 3, Boston 0 Today's Games New York 4, Baltimore 3 San Francisco IBIue 3 2) at Cincinnati (Pastors Minnesota 2. Kansas City 1 21) California 10, Cleveland 6 St. Louis (Kepshire 4 5) at Philadelphia Today's Game (Rawley 5 5) Milwaukee IHiguera 4 4) at Toronto (Key 5 2) New York (Darling 6 1) at Chicago (Sutcliffe 6 (n) Los Angeles (Valenzuela 7 7) at San Diego (Woina 1 OI Montreal (Palmer 5 6) at Pittsburgh (Mc- Wi'iiams 4 5), (n) Atlanta (Smith 34) at Houston (Ryan 8 4), In) until teammate Roy Smalley put him where he belonged with a key hit. Until Smalley’s hit, Schrom had been brilliant, but trailed 1-0 going into the bottom of the ninth. Yankees 4 Orioles 3 Bobby Meacham’s two-run single in the bottom of the ninth inning following a pair of Baltimore errors by second baseman I^enn Sakata boosted New York to a comeback win over Baltimore, the Yankees’ sixth triumph in as many meetings with the Orioles this season. A's 10 White Sox 0 Rob Picciolo’s three-run double and Dave Kingman’s 18th homer keyed a six-run third as Oakland beat Chicago behind the four-hit pitching of Don Sutton and moved into second place in the AL West, a half-game ahead of the White Sox. Angels 10 Indians 6 Reggie Jackson’s grand-slam homer capped a five-run sixth inning, leading California over Cleveland.Tigers 3 Red Sox 0 Kirk Gibson drove in two runs with his 15th homer and a single to power Detroit over Boston behind rookie right-hander Randy O’Neal. Brewers 5 Blue Jays 4 Ted Simmons snapped a 4-4 tie with a one-out home run in the eighth inning and Ben Oglivie added a two-run blast to power Milwaukee over Toronto. Texas Clergy Invitational scheduled for Aug. 5 6 All Texas ministers are invited to participate in the fourth annual Texas Clergy Invitational Golf Tournament at the Wood Crest Country Club in Grand Prairie. The $60 fee will include green fees, golf cart, luncheon, trophies and prizes. For more information, contact Don Dendy at (214) 369-8211 (office) or (214) 241-83521 home). Women's tennis begins summer session The second summer session of the New Braunfels' Women’s Tennis Association will begin July 22 for singles and July 25 for doubles, and will run through August 29. All levels of players are encouraged to register for either with Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION lpm Baseball New York Mets at Chicago Cubs WCN 7 35 p rn    Baseball Atlanta at Houston, WTBS 8 p rn Bonny Top Rank Boning, mid dleweigbt bout, Roman George vs Zack Hewitt ESPN Local sports THURSDAY 7 30 p m    Baseball Little League Cham pionship, Maters Division, National League fields FRIDAY 7 30 p m. Baseball Little l eague Pee Wee All Star game, National League fields Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALF E ASTERN DIVISION VV I Pct GB Tulsa (Rangers)    5    3    625 Jackson iMetsl    5    3    625 x Arkansas (Cards).    3    5    375    2 Shreveport (Giants)    3    5    375    2 WESTERN DIVISION Beaumont (Padres!    6    2    714 k El Paso (Brewers) 5    2    714 San Antonio (Ddgrs)    3    4    429    2 Midland (Angeisl    I    6    143    4 x first halt division champion Wednesday's Games Jackson 3, Tulsa 0 Shreveport 8 Arkansas 2 El Paso 9. Midland 5 San Antonio 8 Beaumont 1 Today's Games Tulsa at Jackson Shreveport at Arkansas Midland at El Paso Beaumont a* San Antonio USFL playoffs By The Associated Press QUARTERFINALS Saturday 's Game Houston at Birmingham Sunday a Games Denver at Memphis Tampa Bay at Oakland Monday's Games Baltimore at New Jersey Pauline Rector at 629-2995 or Sue Frosch at 625-9476. Volleyball clinic scheduled for July Two summer sessions of volleyball clinics will be held in July. The first is scheduled from July 8 through July 19 and the second from July 22 through August 2. Phyllis Fowler and Carla Herring will be the instructors for the two-week girls’ volleyball clinics. The clinic is for girls IO and older. Varsity high school players are not eligible. The clinics are held at Canyon Middle School from 8 a.m. to noon every day. The registration fee is $30. Registration information can be obtained by contacting the luanda Recreation Center or by calling 629-6205,899-7824 or 625-5818. SEMIFINALS Saturday, July 6 Pairings, sites and times to be announced Sunday. July 7 Pairings, sites and times to be announced THIRD USFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMF Sunday. July 14 Semifinal winners af East Rutherford. N J Major League boxes ATLANTA    HOUSTON ab i h bi    ab    r h bi CWshng rf    4    0    0 1    Doran 2b    3    0    10 RRimrz ss    5    0    10    CRenlds ss    4    0    11 Murphy ct    3    0    0 0    Walling 1b    5    0    0 0 Horner 1b    4 111 Crux lf    4    0    2    0 Harper lf    3    0    0 0    Muph/y rf    5    0    0 0 Oberkfl 3b    3    0    10    Calhoun p    0    0    0 0 Hubbrd 2b    4 110 Bass cf    5    0    10 LOwen c    4 0 0 0 Garner    3b    5    12    0 PPerez p    1    0    0 0    Bailey c    4    0    10 Shields p    0    0    0 0    MScott p    2    0    0 0 Perry ph    10 0 0 Sprlmn    ph    10    0    0 Camp p    0 0 0 0 OSmith    p    0    0    0    0 Chmbls ph    1 0 0 0 CJones    cf    0    0    0    0 Dedmon p    0 0 0 0 Hall ph    1111 Sutter p    0 0 0 0 Totals    34 3 5 3    31    I I I Atlanta ............010 OOO OOO    02-3 Houston............010 OOO OOO    00-1 Game Winning RBI — Hall (I) DP Atlanta 3, Houston 2 LOB Atlanta 2. Houston 10 2B Garner 3B Hell. HR Horner (IO) SB MScott IU. SF - CWashmgtn IP    H R ER BB SO Atlanta PPerez    3    5 1113 Shields    2    0    0    0    2    0 Camp    3    10 0    10 Dedmon W 4-0    2    1    0    0    2    1 Sutler S.13    1    1    0    0    0    1 Houston MScott    9    3    1114 DSmith L,4 3    1    1 3 2 2    2    2    0 Calhoun    23    0    0    0    0    I T 2 47. A-12.243 TEXAS ABanstr rf Dunbar rf Stein rf Hairah 2b BBell 3b OBnen 1b Ward lf SEATTLE ab I    h    bl    ab    r h bi 2 0    10 Percont    2b    4    12 1 1    0    0    0    PBradly    It    5    0    2 1 1    0    0    0    ADav«    1b    4    0    10 5    0    0    0    GThms    dh    5    0    0 0 4    0    0    0    Cowens    rf    4    0    10 5 12    0 OHedsn    cf    4    110 4 0    0    0 Presley    3b    4    0 10 The Professionals In Commercial And Restdenfial Roofing AH Over Central Texas For Nearly 40 Tears CAU 379 Padres 10 Dodgers 4 Pedro Guerrero may have tied the National League record for home runs in the month of June, but San Diego’s I^aMarr Hoyt was first in line at the payoff window when he banked his eighth consecutive victory. Hoyt’s route-going seven-hitter Wednesday night stopped the Ixis Angeles Dodgers 10-4 as the Padres restored their five-game lead in the National league West. Guerrero equaled the record shared by Hall-of-Famer Ralph Kiner (1947) and Philadelphia’s Mike Schmidt (1977) with his 14th June homer and tied Oakland’s Dave Kingman for the major league lead with his 18th round-tripper of the season.Cubs 7 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 record. ‘‘It’s a lot better feeling winning than losing,” said Moreland, who gave the Cubs a 4-3 lead in the sixth inning with his fifth homer of the season, off New York reliever Roger McDowell, 5-3.Phillies 6 Cardinals 4 Ozzie Virgil’s first home run in more than three weeks, a two-run sixth-inning shot, carried Philadelphia to its fifth straight victory.Reds 6 Giants 4 Eddie Milner knocked in three runs with a pair of singles as the Reds handed San Francisco its sixth straight setback.Pirates 11 Expos 2 Pittsburgh’s Rick Reuschel, scattering nine hits and striking out seven, raised his record to 4-1 with his first complete game since 1981.TANK MPNAMARA' Tax reform package threatens NBA, commissioner says SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -President Reagan’s tax reform package threatens tie possible expansion of the National Basketball Association, according to owners who say they are looking at nine cities that would like an NBA franchise. Commissioner David Stern said that a plan to eliminate business tax deductions for sports tickets will hurt the NBA and “puts a cloud over professional sports.” He made his remarks Wednesday during the NBA’s annual meeting in San Francisco. Still, Stem cited the “robust state of the NBA,” and said that 15 of the 23 teams made profits this year, making it the league’s most successful season. Expansion also would be affected by the league’s new television rights. Talks are scheduled later this summer with CBS, whose 4-year, $88 million contract expires after next season. If the tax proposal is defeated and a lucrative deal with CBS can be worked out, Stern said the league will then begin evaluating applications for expansion franchises at its meeting in January. One or more teams possibly could be added for the 1986-87 season, although Stern said such quick action is unlikely. The NBA’s health has improved from a year ago, when only ll teams were profitable, Stern said. And the league has also grown, from 18 teams in 1975-76, before the American Basketball Association folded, to 23 today. If expansion becomes a reality, various cities have expressed an interest in obtaining an NBA franchise, including Toronto, Kansas City, Tampa. St. Louis, Miami, Charlotte, Anaheim, Santa Ana and Minneapolis. Prospective owners will have to put up $100,000 application fees before they are reviewed by the league. On the final day of its annual meeting, the NBA’s Board of Governors also took the following actions: — Reduced the number of games television “superstations” or cable stations may broadcast from 41 to 25 to ‘‘control the product” and avoid flooding the airwaves with games. — Approved the refinancing of the Golden State Warriors by owner Franklin Mieuli with a $3.7 million to $4 million loan from former Milwaukee Bucks owner Jim Fitzgerald and his partner Dan Finanne, including giving them a future option to become part owners of the Warriors — Approved the purchase of the Denver Nuggets by former Houston Rockets minority owners Sidney Shlenker and Alan Becker from Red McCombs. — Approved the sale of the New Jersey Nets by Joseph Taub to David Gerstein, Alan Aufzien and Bernard Mann. — Voted to continue the draft lottery that puts the seven worst teams into a drawing for the top pick, but agreed to look at modifications. — Voted to continue the 2-3-2 playoff schedule in the championships that was used this year. — Adopted a third tie-breaker rule to determine home-court advantage in the championship series. In addition to overall record and the record of one team against another, ties will he broken by the record of teams against opponents in the conference. — Decided to experiment in the summer leagues and during the exhibition season with modifications of rules against the zone defense. by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds Tennis tournament scheduled The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold its tournament on Saturday and Sunday. The events will be men’s A and B singles, men’s A and B doubles, women’s A and B singles, women’s A and B doubles and mixed A and B doubles. The tournament will start at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday and I p.m. on Sunday. The entry fee is $4 for singles and $7 for each doubles team. The deadline to enter is 6 p.m. Thursday. Entries will not be taken after that time. To enter, call Sally Forney at 629-6659 or David Mueller at 625-3597. Players wanting to know their playing times for the tournament can call Mueller between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday. 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