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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Seaver captures 299 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Seaver has won 198 of his 299 pitching victories in a New York He will try to win 300 in a New York The 40yearold Seaver will try to become the 17th pitcher in major league history to win 300 games on Sunday when he faces the New York Yankees in Yankee just a few miles from Shea Stadium where he spent 11 years with the New York People have asked me about No 300 since I walked into spring Seaver said after scat tering eight hits in nine innings Tuesday night and notching 299 when the Chicago White Sox pushed across three runs in the top of the 10th and downed the Boston Red Sox hope it will be Sunday in New It took me two games to win so I hope it only takes one to get Brewers Rangers 3 Robin Yount tied a club record with three Ted Simmons homered and Ben Oglivie and Charlie Moore had tworun hits for Milwaukee while winner Bob Mc Clure pitched four scoreless innings of Simmons home his opened the sixth off Burt Hooton and pulled tine Brewers within Earnest Riles singled and Jim Gantner greeted Dave Rozema with a Moores twoout triple drove in the tying and lead Reds Astros 1 No one was happier than Cin cinnatis Mario Soto when Dave Parker and Dave Concepcion had runscoring singles in the first off Houstons Nolan scattered seven hits and struck out nine in pitching his seventh complete and winless since June struck out seven in six innings to raise his alltime leading total to Phillies Pirates 0 Philadelphia pitcher Kevin Gross hit a tworun double in the fourth and combined with Don Carman and Kent Tekulve on a sevenhit shutout to extend Pittsburghs losing streak to seven Yankees Indians 53 Ramon who had a earned run held New York to four hits in 7 23 innings of the nightcap for his first majorleague Pinchhitter Chris batting hit a tworun single in the seventh off Yankee relief ace Dave The Indians trailed 10 on the first of Rickey Hendersons two homers before loading the bases in the seventh against starter Bob Shirley on singles by Benny Ayala and Joe Carter and a walk to Andre Bandos bloop single drove in the tying and lead runs and Julio Franco followed with an RBI single to make it Mets Expos 0 Dwight Gooden joined Seaver as the only Mets pitchers to win 10 consecutive in hurling a fivehitter for his 10th complete struck out 10 It was the seventh time this season and the 22nd time in his two year career he has reached double Cardinals Cubs 3 Willie the leagues leading had five including a homer and a to improve his average to Jack Clark hit his 20th homer and drove in four runs to support Kurt as Louis collected its eighth victory in nine Dodgers Giants 2 Calling it his quota for the Steve Sax took in stride his first home run of the even though it broke a 22 tie in the bottom of the ninth and allowed Los Angeles to win for the 16th time in its last 20 The victory reduced the Dodgers 6 number to two against San Diego and one against Padres Braves 4 San Diegos Jerry Roysters game winning sacrifice fly gave slumping San Diego its second win in its last nine Mariners 4 Mike Smitlison scattered eight hits in eight innings for bjs straight victory and Kent Hrbek rapped out foyr a tworun to pace fiiio ft U n IS V American League By The Aasoclatad East Division Toronto New York Detroit Boston Baltimore Milwaukee Cleveland West Dlvli California Kansas Oakland Chicago Seattle Minnesota Texas Tuesdays Games New York Cleveland st game Cleveland New York 2nd game Chicago Boston 10 innings Milwaukee Texas 3 Baltimore Toronto 10 innings Detroit Kansas Cily 7 Minnesota Seattle 4 Oakland California 4 10 innings Todays Games Kansas City Uackson 9 61 at Detroit Terrell 10 51 Texas IMason 5 91 at Milwaukee Burris 581 Minnesota 8 91 at Seattle Beanie 35 New York 13 3 at Cleveland IWaddell n Toronto IMussptnian 30 at Baltimore ml Chicago 5 81 at Boston Ojeda 561 n California Ronanick 1241 at Oakland IBirtsas 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six including solo homers to Frank White and Steve It was the fifth homer in the last six gaiius for who extended his hilling streak to 11 As Angels 4 Mike Davis singled home the winning run in the bottom of the 10th to hand California its fifth con secutive HA Icemen overcome Herald OT free throws provide margin Alan Reininger sank two free throws with two seconds left in overtime Tuesday night as the Icemen nipped the Herald 6260 in a physical game between the New Braunfels Summer Basketball Leagues two unbeaten Reiningers teamleading 19 points gives the Icemen sole possession of first place in the league with a 70 The Icemen trailed 3619 at half but by the end of the third quarter they had cut the lead to The Icemen outscored the Herald 2210 in the fourth quarter to tie the score and to send the game into Tom Pittman led the Herald with 23 Both teams had scored five points in the overtime period with 10 seconds left to play when Reininger was He missed the front end of a one andone but the Icemen made the Reininger was fouled again with two seconds this time while After Reininger gave the Icemen the the Herald threw a long downcourt passes that was deflected by the allowing the clock to run out before a shot could be Box score Icemen 162 Alan Miller Johhny Resales Alan Reininger John Berger Kevin Crouch 13 James Doherty Herald 60 Ken Brazle Wayne Hildebrand Clay Sultimeier Burt Holloway Mark Burden 10 Tom Pittman 13 14 22 762 Herald 13 23 9 10 560 LESLIE Alan Miller battles for a basket as Wayne Hildebrand 33 and Ken Brazle 10 of the Herald look on Keep an eye on the news in the HeraldZeitung SportsWorld SMU coach prepared for NCAA sanctions DALLAS Methodist football Coach Bobby Collins says he will take full responsibility should the NCAA levy sanctions against the SMU could receive a crippling blow to its football program if the NCAA takes away the Mustangs Colliins The 26month investigation in the Mustangs football program is now in the appeal stage with the full NCAA Council weighing the The Council meets in midAugust in Boston with a verdict expected by some time in early North favored in THSCA basketball DALLAS North is favored to defeat the South in the Texas High School Coaches Association AllStar basketball game tonight in Moody Coliseum and a slam dunk contest will be feature The muscular which can boast 6foot10 Reginald Muhammad of WilmerHutchins and 69 Fred West of Tyler John Tyler on the in held a slight edge over the faster but smaller The game is set for with the South owning a 2119 edge in the Yanks Martin remains hospitalized ARLINGTON AP Although his condition has New York Yankees Manager Billy Martin is expected to remain in the hospital until the weekend and possibly who suffered a punctured lung as the result of an injection for back spasms by a Texas Ranger team doctor entered the hospital while his team went on to Cleveland for a fivegame series with the ve when you buy COMUMM Qw I MIWTOS row ause redeem ma coupon oy 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