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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers top puzzled Tigers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New Braunfels SportsWorld By THE ASSOCIATED It was hard to tell the winners from the For the the Texas Rangers got key RBI singles from Buddy Bell and George Wright plus sterling relief pitching from Greg Harris to beat the Detroit Tigers 32 Thursday But the face of Texas Manager Bobby Valentine was just as haggard and drawn as Detroits Sparky An Valentine clearly was weary from a controversy swirling around Bells possible trade to the Cincinnati Its a very unsettling situation on him and the Valentine 1 havent been sitting back and I havent been sleeping very The whole thing hasnt been The have lost four of their last five failing once again to take advantage of rare losing spells by the Toronto Blue leaders of the American League With two outs in the Detroit Alan Trammell Darrell Evans walked and Larry Herndon slapped a single to center off Charlie to drive in But Gary Ward quickly evened the score at 11 with his sixth home run leading off the Texas The Tigers grabbed a shortlived 2 1 lead in the sixth when Herndon went to second on Barbaro Garbeys grounder and scored on a pinch single by Kirk With two outs in the Ward walked and was safe when second Scoreboard American League By Division W L Toronto 53 36 NewYork 49 37 Detroit 48 38 Baltimore 45 41 46 42 Milwaukee 37 48 Cleveland 28 59 Weft OMilon 52 36 41 43 42 KansasCtty 44 43 eatle 43 45 45 33 56 47 Minnesota 41 OB 570 24 3 6W 614 435 24 5 7 W 9 477 19 Oarnat Minnesota New York 4 Chicago Cleveland 0 Texas Detroit 2 Oakland Toronto 4 Baltimore Kansas City 3 Boston California 1 Seattle Milwaukee 2 Todays Games Texas Hooton 44 at Detroit Petry n Oakland Sutton 95 at Toronto Key 74 n California 104 at Boston Boyd 11 In Kansas City Leibrandt 85 at Baltimore Boddicker nl Cleveland Blyleven 89 at Chicago Seaver 9 n New York Cowley 731 at Minnesota Butcher n Seattle Young 79 at Milwaukee Higuera 651 n National League By The Associated Press East Division W L 34 New 35 Montreal 39 Chicago 42 49 57 GB 154 3Vi 7 A West Division Los Angeles San Diego San Francisco 49 37 50 39 44 42 43 46 39 48 34 55 437 1454 23 V4 5 714 16A Thursdays Games San Francisco Chicago 0 San Diego Pittsburgh 2 Montreal Houston 0 New York Atlanta 6 Philadelphia Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles Louis 1 Todays Games Houston IKnepper 86 at Montreal Smith 10 In Philadelphia 881 at Cincinnati Browning n Atlanta Smith 55 at New York Lynch 75 In Pittsburgh IDeLeon 213 at San Diego Hawkins nl Louis ICox 11 4 at Los Angeles Welch 31 In Chicago Sanderson 541 al San Francisco Gott In baseman Lou Whitaker dropped the throw on a steal Bill Stein was walked intentionally and Bell was summoned to pinch hit for Oddibe Hernandez relieved Tanana and Bell drove in Ward with the tying Wrights hit allowed Stein to score the goahead Expos Astros 0 Montreal got strong pitching from Joe Hesketh and scored all of its runs with the help of fielding miscues by Houston catcher Alan Ashby to hand the Astros their fourth straight winning for the first time since May took a fivehit shutout into the But after allowing two Hesketh was relieved by Jeff who got the last out for his 23rd Joe gave up just three hits in seven but Ashbys passed ball in the his throwing error in the fifth and another passed ball in the seventh led directly to Montreals Mets Braves 6 Both teams committed four errors with the Braves miscues giving New York six unearned runs as the Mets won for the 13th time in 14 games and moved to within 1H games of the East Divisionleading Padres Pirates 2 Carmelo Martinez broke a 22 tie with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning with his 12th homer to lift San Diego over Phillies Reds 3 Philadelphia snapped a fivegame losing streak as Juan Samuel had three hits and two RBIs against Giants CubsO Mike Krukow pitched a seven hitter for San Francisco and Jeff Leonards oneout double in the bottom of the ninth knocked in Chili Davis from first with the only run of the Dodgers Cardinals 1 Los Angeles Greg Brock broke up a shutout just after Louis starter Joaquin Andujar left the game with a and a sacrifice fly by Len Matuszek won the game for the Dodgers one inning Blue Jays 4 For the third straight the Blue Jays lost a lead in their op ponents last time as the As scored three times in the ninth in Twins Yankees 4 Kent Hrbeks grandslam homer sank the Yankees in the seventh After a single by Kirby Puckett and two walks issued by reliever Rich Hrbek hit Briefly On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION a m cidif British Often second f NCA York Mets WTBS i TNT USA HP 11 NKJUI USA H1 tiM Otiiuyo Cubs at San M m ESPN RADIO b J5 n T KNBT fM SATURDAY TELEVISION 11 Quit KSAT dt Toronto SATURDAY RADIO ti ifi r KMBT Thon ss 3020 Fitzgerld c 2001 Niekro p 1010 Hesketh p 3000 Pnkvts ph 1000 Reardon p 0000 DiPmo p 0000 Totali 33 0 7 0 25 3 4 2 Houston 000 000 0000 Montreal 010 010 10x3 Game Winning 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HRWarc 16 SB Trammel IP H R ER BB SO Texas 7 62247 0 0 0 1 3 Detroit Tanana 9 3 1 5 4 2133 0 0 0 2 T 306 A Community Ed swimming adds new classes Community Educations three new swimming classes begin Monday at the Landa Park The Water Babies for ages 6 to 36 will meet Monday through Friday of next week from to Swimming I for 3to 5yearolds will meet Monday through Friday for two beginning Two classes are one from 3 to 4 and one from Swimming I for 6to 12yearolds will meet Monday through Friday for two beginning Openings are available in the class and the A diving class is scheduled from 3 to 4 For more or to call Community Education NB groups to sponsor mens softball tourney Four local organizations are sponsoring a mens open slowpitch softball tournament 24 at Camp Proceeds from the double elimination tournament will go to cystic fibrosis The entry fee is per team in the 26team and the deadline is July Registration is at the Landa Recreation Center and Ubrados Checks should be made out to the City of New For more call Robin Bell at the Landa Recreation 6296196 Lee Rodriquez at 6291901 Chris Faulk at 6257637 or Debbie Hand at T Bar M day camp set for July 1 The T Bar M Sports Camps day camp for local residents will be July 1 from 9 to The camp is for anyone ages 10 to and the cost is The fee in cludes including Included in the activities are the ropes volleyball and swimming as well as Bible study For more call Sue Smith at TAAF tennis registration open Registration for the Texas Amateur Athletic Federations regional tennis tournament is under The TAAF tournament will be July 2728 in Round Only two local teams in each division will be allowed to For more call David Mueller at JARISCH GULF SUPPLY IH35W New Braunfels 6253814 Marcos 3922020 Our reputation is riding on THE CRUISEMASTER 36 is specially designed for customers who want to replace their original equipment tires with one oi the best radial tire values on the Designed with two strong steel belts wrapped around 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you may also have othei rights which vary from state to GUIF LANOA WALNUT GULF 35 46 GULF WRECKER SERVICE IH 35 HWY 91 35 GULF AT COURTYARD CENTER reliever Brian Fishers first pitch over the wall in left field for his 10th homer this White Sox Indians 0 Britt Burns is 66 against the rest of the 40 against Cleveland with three He extended his string of scoreless innings against the Indians to 32 with a Orioles Royals 3 Cal Mike Young and Wayne Gross clouted solo home runs and Eddie Murray rapped a tworun Red Sox Angels 1 Jim Rice and Bill Buckner powered an eightrun third inning with two hits and two RBIs Bruce Hurst improved his record to 67 with a his fourth consecutive Cowboys halfway through waek THOUSAND With 1 draft pick Kevirt Brooks safely in training the Dallas Cowboys rookies and secondyear men have reached the halfway point of their first week of twoaday A former University of Michigan defensive Brooks signed with the Cowboys Wednesday night and started practice here ending a 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