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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Seaver captures No. 299 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Seaver has won 198 of his 299 pitching victories in a New York uniform. He will try to win No. 300 in a New York ballpark. The 40-year-old 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 Stadium, just a few miles from Shea Stadium where he spent 114 years with the New York Mets. "People have asked me about No. 300 since I walked into spring training,’’ Seaver said after scattering eight hits rn nine innings Tuesday night and notching No. 299 when the Chicago White Sox pushed across three runs in the top of the 10th and downed the Boston Red Sox 7-5. “...I hope it will be Sunday in New York. It took me two games to win 299. so I hope it only takes one to get 300.” Brewers 6, Rangers 3 Robin Yount tied a club record w ith three doubles, Ted Simmons homered and Ben Oglivie and Charlie Moore had two-run hits for Milwaukee while winner Bob McClure pitched four scoreless innings of relief. Simmons* home run. his eighth, opened the sixth off Burt Hooton and pulled tlhe Brewers within 3-2. Earnest Riles singled and Jim Gantner greeted Dave Rozema with a single. Moore’s two-out triple drove in the tying and lead runs Reds 4, Astros 1 No one was happier than Cincinnati's Mario Soto when Dave Parker and Dave Concepcion had run-sconng singles in the first off Houston's Nolan Ryan. Soto, 10-11, scattered seven hits and struck out nine in pitching his seventh complete game Ryan, 8-9, and winless since June 17, struck out seven in six innings to raise his all-time leading total to 4,019 Phillies 2. Pirates 0 Philadelphia pitcher Ke\in Gross hit a two-run double in the fourth and combined with Don Carman and Kent Tekuive on a seven-hit shutout to extend Pittsburgh's losing .streak to seven games Yankees 8 2. indians 5 3 Ramon Romero, who had a 6 08 earned run average, held New York to four hits in 7 2-3 innings of the nightcap for his first major-league victory Pinch-hitter Chris Bando, batting 095. hit a two-run single in the seventh off Yankee relief act Dave Righetti The Indians trailed 1-0 on the first oi Rickey Henderson's 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 Thornton Bando s bloop single drove in the tv tng and lead runs ami Julio Franco followed with an HBI single to make it 3-1. American League By Th# Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Toronto . 63 38 624 _ New York 56 43 561 6 VS Detroit 53 45 541 8)5 Boston 52 47 525 IO Baltimore 51 47 520 10Vi Milwaukee 43 54 443 18 Cleveland 31 68 313 31 Writ Division CaKfoma 56 43 566 _ Kansas City 53 45 541 2Vi Oakland 52 47 525 4 Chicago 49 47 510 5H Seattle 47 53 470 9W Minnesota 46 52 469 9W Texas 39 61 390 17% Tuesday s Games New York 8 ».» d 6 I st game Cleveland 3. New ' * ) 2nd game Chicago 7 Boater 5 10 innings Milwaukee 6 I e*a*> 3 Baltimore 4 ’or ” ’• 1 IO innings Detroit 11 Kansas C y 7 Minnesota 12 Seatne 4 Oakland5 Ca Vimal IO innings Today s Games Kansas C>tv »- “I1 n Detroit (Terrell TO BI Texas Ma- 5 9 it Milwaukee Bums 5-8) Mmnes, - ,)'H - - • c .-at- e Seattle 3-5) New York ii Cleveland (Waddell 4 5 In Toronto Muss*- 3 OI at Baltimore (D Mar*.ne? - * Chicer)* Bi* 6- v Baston Ojeda 5-6) im Ca ' . 4 •> wland (Bettas 7 2> in) National League Bv The Amo ated Press Eest Division VV i Pct GB St Lours 60 37 619 - New York 56 41 586 3 Montreal 56 45 554 6 Chicago 4? 520 OH Phttedelpt 1 45 53 459 15 i Plftsburgt 31 6€» 320 29 West Civ■» Los Ar-gavx 56 40 592 _ San D*eg< 54 4h 540 5 Cincinnati 52 46 536 5W Houston 45 56 450 14 Atlanta 43 56 439 15 San Franc aeo 39 62 386 20* Tuesday s Gamas St Lo-'* I' Cha ig 3 New Vc* . V • •• < Ph4ea«iph*e 2 • ttshurghO Cincinnal- A Houston I Serow? 5 Artar t* 4 12 '.•mgs LOS Aug*- •** A >*• Et ary. is* EC . Today s Gamas Mon-***# S- * *tJA V j i Sew York ■ Lynch 7 Si St to* en A ret A* -ta .’f* sooiAontenot 3 Ph4ede*pf' Raw ay 7 6 ai - -tsPurgn Tonne*! Nowata* (So -t -i s att'. * I natl Brown.->g O 7) m San Otego Drawee*, if* a* Atlanta (Johnson 0v> i’ San Prane* -: iUPtav 4 ' 11 at I OS Angeles Reu** 8 6 Mets 2. Expos 0 Dwight Gooden joined Seaver as the only Mets pitchers to win IO consecutive games Gooden, in hurling a five-hitter for his 10th complete game, struck out IO batters ll was the seventh time this season and Hie 22nd time in his two-year career he has reached double figures. Cardinals 11, Cubs 3 Willie McGee, the league’s leading hitter, had five hits, including a homer and a double, to improve his average to 345 Jack Clark hit his 20th homer and drove in four runs to support Kurt Kepshire, 84), as St. Inurns collected its eighth victory in lune games. Dodgers 4. Giants 2 Calling it his "quota for the year,' Steve Sax took in stride his first home run of the season, even though it broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of Hie ninth and allowed Los Angeles to w in for the 16th time in its last 20 games The victory reduced the Dodgers Aug. 6 number to two against San Diego and one against Cincinnati. Padres 5. Braves 4 San Diego’s Jerry Royster’s game-winning sacrifice fly gave slumping San Diego its second win in its last nine games. Twins 12, Mariners 4 Mike Smithson scattered eight hits in eight innings for his sixth straight victory and Kent Hrbek rapped out four hits, including a two-run homer, to pace Minnesota. Icemen overcome Herald Or throws provide margin Alan Reininger sank two free throws with two seconds left in overtime Tuesday night as the Icemen nipped the Herald 62-60 in a physical game between the New Braunfels Summer Basketball League’s two unbeaten teams. Reininger’s team-leading 19 points gives the Icemen sole possession of first place in the league with a 7-0 record. The Icemen trailed 36-19 at halftime, but by the end of the third quarter they had cut the lead to 45-33. The Icemen outscored the Herald 22-10 in the fourth quarter to tie the score and to send the game into overtime. Tom Pittman led the Herald with 23 points. Both teams had scored five points in the overtime period with IO seconds left to play when Reininger was fouled. He missed the front end of a one-and-one but the Icemen made the rebound. Reininger was fouled again with two seconds left, this time while shooting. After Reininger gave the Icemen the lead, the Herald threw a long downcourt passes that was deflected by the Icemen, allowing the clock to run out before a shot could be taken. Box score Icemen (62) Ala^ Miller 16 Johhny Rosales 2. Alan Remmger 19 John Berger 10 Kevin Crouch 13 James Dohertv 2 Herald (60! Ken Brazle 2 Wayne Hildebrand 8, Clay Sultimeie' 5. Burt Holloway 12 Mark Burden 10, Tom Pittman 23 Icemen    6    13    14    22    7    62 Herald    13    23    9    IO    6    60 LfcSUf KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG 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 I x-J in the Herald Zeitung f* Orioles d Blue Jays 3 I av I .it \ a i sacrifice fly off lk,f’,ni> Ln> the 10th after the Orioles loaded the bases against Gary Dm -i a single by Floyd Rayf>>rd • I w.ck* to Al Pardo and Alan Wig ins Tigers 11. Royals 7 Kl k (i>b went    and    drove in two run-, enabling Detroit to uvcrconir - 'n* si »k> pitching by Jack Moi h> and VViHie Hernandez Morns 12-* allowed four runs Mid nine hit in s \ innings, including solo hornets ’ I rank White and Steve Balbom . w; t etitt? horner in the last six allies for Balboni. who extended h lutting streak to ll games A s 5, Angels 4 Mike Davis singled home the winning I un IU Hr bottom of the 19th to hand Lab! rnia it- fifth consol uti i e setbai) Sports World SMU coach prepared for NCAA sanctions DALLAS (API- Southern Methodist football Coach Bobby Collins says he will take full responsibility should the NCAA levy sanctions against the .Mustangs. SMU could receive a crippling blow to its football program if the NCAA takes away the Mustangs' scholarships, Collun* says. The 26-month investigation in the Mustangs’ football program is now in the appeal stage with the full NCAA Council weighing the evidence The Council meets in mid-August in Boston with a verdict expected by some time in early September North favored in THSCA basketball DALl*AS (API- The North is favored to defeat the South in the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star basketball game tonight in Moody Coliseum and a slam dunk contest will be feature halftime The muscular North, which can boast 6-foot-10 Reginald Muhammad of Wilmer-Hutchins and 6-9 Fred West of Tyler John Tyler on the inside. held a slight edge over the faster but smaller South. The game is set for 7:30 p.m. with the South owning 21-19 edge in the series. Yanks' Martin remains hospitalized ARLINGTON (AP) Although his condition h.i- unproved. New York Yankees Manager Billy Martin is expected to remain in the hospital until the weekend and possibly longer. 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