New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 18, 1985, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung August 18, 1985

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I 1 ,l ,•    .    n    J    4    By The Associated Press record, to lead the Cincinnati Reds to    East Division an 8-0    victory    over the    Houston    w    l    Pct GB * AstrOS.    Toronto ............ 72    44    621    — Rookie left-hander Tom Browning,    pg^J,°,k    92    53    539    9v, 11-9, retired 12 of the first 13 hitters    Bandore    60    54    526    11 he faced as he registered his third    Bos,on    57    57    500    14 ,4    .    ,    e c.,    , ,    ,    Milwaukee .. ....... 52    61    460    18* shutout and fifth complete game of    cleveland    38    77    330    33 '4 the season with a six-hit performance. Losing pitcher Joe Niekro, 9-10, was the first batter to reach base with a two-out single in the third inning. Concepcion smashed his slam in <he first inning, staking the Reds to a 4-0 lead. It was the only hit in the inning, following walks to Eddie Milner. Rose and Buddy Bell. Rose now has 4,175 hits and needs 17 to break Ty Cobb’s all-time major league record of 4.191. Orioles 9, Rangers 2 BALTIMORE — Mike Young drove in five runs with a two-run single and a three-run homer to lead Baltimore over Texas Baltimore, which pounded 16 hits off four Ranger pitchers, won its fifth straight game, its longest winning streak of the season Texas lost its fifth straight. Young, who has hit nine home runs and driven in 24 runs in his last 13 games, keyed a six-run Baltimore third with a two-out single He then belted his 20th homer of the season in the fourth. Expos 5, Cardinals 4 ST. LOUIS — Jim Wohlford belted a two-out triple in the ninth inning to score Vance and give Montreal a victory St. l,ouis Cardinals. Mats 4, Pirates 3 PITTSBURGH    Darryl Strawberry slammed a two-run homer and Tom Paaorek drove in two more runs with a pinch-hit triple in a seventh-mning rally that gave New York a victory over Pittsburgh. Tigers 7, Indians 5 DETROIT — Rookie Nelson Simmons’ two-run double highlighted a six-run third inning as Detroit overpowered Cleveland. White Sox 12, Brewers 7 MILWAUKEE - Harold Baines had five hits, including two doubles, drove in three runs and scored twice to lead Chicago to a victory over Milwaukee. Twins 2, Mariners 0 MINNEAPOLIS — Belt Blyleven pitched a three-hitter and Kent Hrbek hit a two-run homer to lead Minnesota over Seattle. Royals 4, Blue Jays 2 TORONTO - Lonnie Smith’s bloop single drove in two runs to highlight Kansas City’s three-run eighth inning as the Royals got a combined five- West Division California 66 49 574 - Kansas City 63 50 558 2 Oakland ....... .....61 54 530 5 Chicago ....... .....56 57 .496 9 Seattle......... .....54 63 462 13 Minnesota 53 62 461 13 Texas 42 73 365 24 Saturday'* Gamai Minnesota 2. Seattle 0 Kansas City 4, Toronto 2 New York 3, Boston I \ Chicago 12. Milwaukee 7 Detroit 7, Cleveland 5 Baltimore 9. Texas 2 Oakland at California, in) Today s Games Cleveland (Romero I 11 at Detroit (Petry 12 111 Kansas City (Gubic/a 9 6) at Toronto (Filer 5 OI Boston (Clemens 7 5) at New York (Niekro 11 9) Texas (Stewart 0 4) at Baltimore (Boddicker IO 131 Seattle (Langston 6 9) at Minnesota (Viola 12 9) Chicago (Burns 12 71 at Milwaukee (Vuckovich 68) Oakland (John 3 5) at California (Romanick 13 6> National League By The Associated Press East Division W I Pct. GB New York 70 44 614 _ St Louis . 70 44 614 _ Montreal 66 50 669 5 Chicago 56 58 491 14 Philadelphia 53 62 461 17* Pittsburgh 34 79 301 35* West Division Los Angeles 69 45 606 _ San Diego 61 54 530 8* Cincinnati ...... 60 54 526 9 Houston 54 61 470 IS* Atlanta ..... 49 64 434 19* San Francisco..... 44 71 383 25* Saturday s Games Philadelphia IO. Chicago 4 San Francisco 5. Los Angeles 2 New York 4, Pittsburgh 3 Montreal 5. St. Louts 4 Cincinnati 8. Houston 0 Today s Games New York (Aguilera 6-3) at Pittsburgh (Robinson 29) Montreal (Hesketh 10-5) at St Louts (Andujar 19-6) Philadelphia (Hudson 5-11) at Chicago (Baller 0- 01 Los Angeles (Hershiter 12 3) at San Francisco (Krukow 8 8) Atlanta IBedrosian 5 10 and McMurtry 0-2) at San Diego (Thurmond 4 7 and Hoyt 13-71, 2. lt-n) Cincinnati (Tibbs 513) at Houston (Ryan 8-10), In) hitter from Danny Jackson and Dan Quisenberry to beat Toronto. Phillies 10, Chicago 4 CHICAGO — Darren Daulton had two home runs among his four hits and John Denny pitched an eight-hitter as Philadelphia, tying a team record with six homers among their 15 hits, crushed Chicago. Giants 5, Dodgers 2 SAN FRANCISCO - Joel Youngblood’s bases-loaded double with one out in the eighth inning broke a tie and lifted San Fransicso to victory, snapping Los Angeles’ eight-game winning streak. Will pale in comparison to Jfootball 1085 Classic Reason Football fans and conches called the Herald-Zeitung's Football 1984 the best football tabloid they’d ever seen or read. So did judges of the Assoc! i i Pi ess Managing Editors cont'    who rated    it as the second-best special section of any kind — for small Texas newspapers. And Football 1985 will be even better, with more features and mort in-depth reporting on the local teams. And on top of it all will be a full-coloi cover by Bob Baker. It’s something that fans and players can keep all season, because each week’s opponent is broken down and put into a capsule for easy reference. It’s something they 'll want to keep for a long time to remember those warm nights of September and the playoff excitement of November and Decembel Our representatives are calling... lf we miss you, and you're interested in advertising, Please call... Deadline, Tues., Aug. 20. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: August 18, 1985

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