New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 15, 1985, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Thon powers Astros past SFBriefly By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Houston Astros’ Manager Bob Lillis is so impressed by the progress Dickie Thon is making on his comeback that he’s on the verge of naming him the regular shortstop again. “We’ll be playing Dickie on an everyday basis before the season's end,” Iillis said Wednesday after Thon’s three-run pinch homer in the seventh inning powered a 7-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Thon, out of action most of 1984 after being struck above the left eye by a pitch on April 8, has his situation in perspective. “I can’t dwell on this because tomorrow is another day,” he said. “But I’m feeling a lot better gradually and there are no more headaches. A home run like this builds your confidence, but for me, everything is important. I’m just trying to see the ball and hit it somewhere.” Thon also had a run-scoring single in the ninth and finished with 4 HBI. The two hits lifted his average to .2(51 and the pinch hit was his first of the year. Thon is batting .415 in his last 16 games and .417 in his last dozen starts.Blue Jays 4, Rangers 1 Dave Stieb pitched a four-hitter and Jesse Barfield scored twice and drove in two runs to lift Toronto over Texas. Stieb, 11-8, walked four and struck out four in going the distance. With the score tied 1-1, Barfield led off the fifth with his 19th homer of the year. Stieb walked four Hangers and struck out four as he lowered his league-leading earned run average to 2.23. Charlie Hough, 11-12, pitched seven innings for the Hangers and took the loss. He gave up five hits, walked two and struck out three Dwayne Henry, the third Texas pitcher, got the last out in the top of the ninth to finish the game. The Blue Jays got on the board with a run in the third. With one out, Barfield walked, stole second and advanced to third on a passed ball by Geno Petralli He scored on a sacrifice fly by Garth Iorg. The Hangers tied it in the fourth Pete O'Brien singled and advance to second when Duane Walker walked. George Wright followed with a run-scoring single. Toronto took a 2-1 lead in the fifth on Barfield's leadoff home run. his 19th of the year. The Blue Ja>s added two insurance runs in the top of the ninth on singles by George Bell and Willie Upshaw. a sacrifice fly by Ernie Whitt and Barfield s double Stieb finished the game by striking out two of the last three HangersOrioles 8, Indians 4 Mike Young lias made believers out of the C leveland American National League League By The Associated Press By The Associated Press East Division East Division W L I Pct. GB W L Pct. GB Toronto . . . 72 42 632 _ New York 68 43 .613 New York 64 48 571 7 St. Louis 67 43 .609 Vi Detroit . . . . 60 52 536 11 Mntreal... 64 49 566 5 Baltmre 57 54 514 13V6 Chicago 55 56 495 13 Boston . . . 57 55 509 14 Phldlphia 52 60 464 16 Vi Mlwdkee 50 60 455 20 Pttsbrgh 33 76 303 34 Ctvelnd 37 75 330 34 West Division West Division Los Angls 67 44 604 California 65 49 570 _ San Dgo 60 53 .531 8 Kansas City . 61 50 550 2 Vi Cncnnti . 58 53 .523 9 Oakland 61 53 535 4 Houston ... 52 60 464 15 V, Chicago 55 55 500 8 Atlanta . 49 62 441 18 Seattle 53 61 465 12 San Fr . 43 69 384 24’/, Minnesota 51 61 455 13 Wednesday s Games Texas 42 70 375 22 Montreal 8, Chicago 7 Wednesday s Gamas Houston 7, San Francisco 5 Oakland 5 Minnesota 0, I st game Philadelphia 2, New York 1 Oakland 7. Minnesota 4 , 2nd Pittsburgh at St Louis, ppd . rain game San Diego 4, Cincinnati 1 California 3. Seattle 1,12 innings Los Angeles 5 Atlanta 0 1 st game Today's Games Seattle 6, California 1, 2nd game Baltimore 8 Cleveland 4 Boston 16 Kansas City 3 New York 10, Chicago 7 Toronto 4 Texas I Detroit 4 Milwaukee 3 Today s Games Cleveland (Smith I OI at Detroit i Terrell 11 6l. In! Texas (Welsh 2-41 at Baltimore (Davis 6 7). In) Seattle Young 7 13* at Minnesota (Butcher 8 I It, In! Chicago (Bannister 5 9t at Milwaukee (Higuera 9 6), Ini Pittsburgh (Walk OO and Reuschei 8 5l at St Louis (Cox 13 7 and Kepshire 86) 2 Philadelphia (Koosman 6 3) at New York (Gooden 18 31 Montreal (Gullickson 10 81 at Chicago (Enqel 0-11 Houston (Scott 11 61 at San Francisco (LaPoint SIO) Cincinnati (McGaffigan 1 Hat San Diego (Show 8 7) Atlanta (Johnson 10) at Los Angeles (Valen/uela 13 8i Indians. “They're just throwing the ball where I’m swinging,” Baltimore’s designated hitter said after slugging a two-run homer Wednesday night in the Orioles’ 8-4 victory over Cleveland.Red Sox 16, Royals 3 Boston, having scored just 17 runs in five consecutive losses, burst loose against Kansas City with a 21-hit attack. tops rn the American League this season.Yankees 10, White Sox 7 Hon Hassey, who homered earlier, stroked a two-run single in the top of the ninth to lift New York to a wild victory over Chicago.A's 5-7, Twins 0-4 Don Sutton posted his 292nd career victory in the opener and Mike Davis hit a two-run, seventh-inning home run in the nightcap as Oakland swept a doubleheader from Minnesota.Angels 3-1, Mariners 1-6 Al Cowens’ two-run homer backed the six-hit pitching of Jim Beattie and Jack I^zorko as Seattle stopped California in the second game and gaiined a split of their doubleheader. In the opener, Rod Carew’s RBI double in the 12th inning gave the American League West Division-leading Angels the victory, while Donnie Moore notched his 22nd save.Tigers 4, Brewers 3 Nelson Simmons slammed a two-run homer in the first inning, and Detroit got help in the third on an error by right fielder Ben Oglivie when they snapped a 3-3 tie to down Milwaukee.Dodgers 5, Braves 0 Bob Welch, 9-1, pitched a five-hitter to beat Atlanta. The Dodgers have now won six straight games and haven’t given up an earned run in 52 innings. The Dodgers lead the NL West by eight games.Phillies 2, Mets 1 Kevin Gross pitched a six-hitter for eight innings and singled in a run, and reliever Don Carman got out of a bases-loaded, no-outs jam in the ninth as Philadelphia broke New York’s nine-game winning streak.Padres 4, Reds 1 San Diego got a five-hitter from Dave Dravecky and scored all of its runs with two outs in the third inning after an error by Cincinnati shortstop Dave Concepcion.Expos 8, Cubs 7 Chicago built a 5-1 lead with the help of Ron Cey’s grand-slam homer, but Montreal rallied with four runs in the fourth inning, then won the game on pinch-hitter Scot Thompson’s tie-breaking single in the seventh. Judge to rule today in point shaving case NEW ORLEANS APi    Distr ut    J luke Alvin Oser said la* would rule today on whether lo throw out charges against Tulane basketball star John “Hot Hod' Williams on the grounds that prosecutors have been using dirty tricks against him. Williams' lawyer. Michael Green of Chicago, contended on Wednesday that his client is bellic subjected ti “trial by ambush'' and asked that all charges be dismissed because of misconduct by prosecutors Williams. 24, is charged with three counts of sports bribery and two counts of taking bribes to shave points while he was playing at Tulane last season He faces a maximum sentence of 17 years in prison and $35,000 in fines if convicted on all five counts Green said that prosecutors violated federal law — and the repeated order of Oser — by withholding evidence that nught tend to exonerate Williams, including a photograph of star prosecution witness Gary Kranz holding a straw in his hand and posing with a pile of cocaine. Kranz testified Wednesday that he was only a recreational user of cocaine and then only on such rare occasions as formal dances or holidays. Cocaine allegedly brought together the principals in the point-shaving scheme. Several other photographs show others involved in the case taking cocaine and posing with straws in their noses. Green said And prosecutors have several names of people who got drugs from Kranz, he said. Depriving him of that evidence kept the defense from mounting its best cross-examination of Kranz. Green said Federal law says that prosecutors who come into possession of evidence that might tend to acquit a defendant must furnish that material to the defense. It is called Brady material after the U.S. Supreme Court decision which established the law. Green said the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office has deliberately hidden such Brady material, including a tape recording of a statement given by former Tulane forward Jon Johnson, who is testifying for the prosecution under a grant of immunity.Open gym for basketball scheduled at BMS An open gym for adult basketball is scheduled from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Wednesday beginning tonight at Bulverde Middle School. The program, which lasts through Oct. 30, is sponsored by the CISD Community Education Office. Cost of the pregram is $1.25 per night or $15 for the entire season. Registration will take place tonight. Pat Anthony will be the instructor. For more information, call NAncy Poe at 438-7854.General admission only for first two CHS games Genral admission tickets only will be sold for the first two home football games this season for Canyon High School. New bleachers at Cougar Stadium will be installed before the first home game of the season, but will not be numbered for reserved seating. Canyon plays Gonzales at home Sept. 6 and Westlake on Sept. 27. Reserved seat tickets will be available for the Oct. 25 game against New Braunfels. Reserved seats will go on sale Oct. I at the school office.NB season tickets now on sale New Braunfels season football tickets are now on sale and will remain for sale until the end of the month. Season ticket holders should exercise their options Monday through Friday. All seats become available to the public after the 16th. The school office will be open from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Season tickets will be sold in the main office.Junior tournament coming Friday The Junior City Golf Championship will be Friday beginning at 9 a.m., with registration through 5 p.m. today. Players 18 and under are eligible.Soccer registration on Saturday Registration for the Canyon Soccer Club continues on Saturday at Frazier Elementary between IO a m. and 2 p.m. Anyone between the ages of 4 and 18 may register. Registration fee is $16 per person. New players should bring birth certificates. For more information call Debbie Mangum (625-8951) or Bonnie Cadded 1629-1616 >Benefit golf set for Sunday The Guadalupe Unit of the American Cancer Society will have a benefit golf tournament at the Chaparral Country Club in Seguin on Sunday. Entry fee is $45 for non-members and $25 plus carts for members. 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