New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 14, 1985, Page 9

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung November 14, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas H«rald-Ze/fumjr,New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, November 14,1985 Page 9A fjK 'M celebrates early BOSTON (AP» A couple of years ago the Boston Bed Sox dealt away one of their experienced left-handed pitchers John Tudor spent one season in Pittsburgh, then became the National League’s top southpaw this year, pitching the St Louis ('ordinals to the pennant and to within one victory of the World Series championship Now the New York Mots are hoping they’ve pulled out another prize from the Boston pitching bag After a fifth-place finish in the American League East this year, the Red Sox elected to gamble again Wednes day, sending veteran left-hander Bobby Ojeda to the Mets in an eight player deal “We didn’t think of the Tudor deal ifor Mike Easier) for a moment,” Boston General Manager Lou Gorman said “As long as I get what I want. I’m happy And I’m happy with this deal — so much so. that I hope the players we’ve given up can go over there and help the Mets win the pennant ” The Red Sox sent three minor league right handers Tommy McCarthy, 24, John Mitchell, 20, and Chris Bayer. 21 along with Ojeda to the Mets Boston received right handed pitchers Wes Gardner. 24. and Calvin Schiraldi, 23, and minor league outfielders John Christensen, 25, and LaSehelle Tarver, 2ti “We wanted both Gardner and Schiraldi,” Gorman said “They are big, strong, and we think both are outstanding. I think Gardner can become the best reliever in baseball, and Schiraldi isn’t far behind. “They just didn’t get a chance to pitch for the Mets We’re looking at Gardner as a stopper, an impact pitcher who can get the last four or five hitters out. Schiraldi throws 9) and 92 rn p h. and can start and relieve We’ll have to wait until spring training to decide his role “Christensen and Tarver also have a chance to help us at the major-league level next year.” Schiraldi pitched for the University of Texas. “We feel Bob Ojeda is a quality left-handed pitcher who should complement our present staff,” said Joe Mcll-vaine, Mets director of player personnel. “Our reports on him are good and we feel that another left-hander on our staff will give us a better balance, particularly against teams that run well.” Ojeda will become the fifth starter on a staff that already includes right-handers Dwight Gooden, Bon Darling and Rick Aguilera and left-hander Sid Per nandez That fifth spot had belonged to right-hander Bruce Berenyi, who missed most of the 1985 season after undergoing arm surgery. Gooden birthday NEW YORK (AP* — There were still three days left before Dwight Gooden would turn 21 years old. and already he had added the National League’s Cy Young award to his list of birthday presents. “I guess things have moved along pretty rapidly in my career,” Gooden said Wednesday from the dais, a birth day cake with 21 candles on it in front of him At the tender age of 20, Gooden had been voted unanimously as the best pitcher in the league, one year after he had been recognized as the league’s best rookie “Last year, I won the rookie award, and that was special because you only have one chance," Gooden said “And the Cy Young is a great honor after finishing second last year ” With his birthday coming on Saturday, Gooden became baseball’s youngest Cy Young winner ever and also the first player to win the rookie and Cy Young awards in successive years The right hander had a record of 24 4 and led the National League in earned run average, strikeouts, complete games and innings pitched in 1985 Gooden received 120 points, including all 24 of the first place votes cast by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America He thus became the seventh pitcher to receive the award unanimously Fly away John Tudor of St Louis, 21-8 during the season, was se cond with 65 points, followed by Orel Hershiser of Los Angeles with 17. Joaquin Andujar of St. Louis with 6, Fernando Valenzuela of Los Angeles with 4. Tom Browning of Cincinnati w'ith 3 and Jeff Reardon of Montreal with I Tudor was listed second on 21 ballots, with the other second place votes going to Hershiser, Andujar and Valenzuela The other unanimous Cy Young winners were Sandy Koufax in 1963, 1965 and 1966 years when the Cy Young voting covered both leagues — Denny McLain in 1968; Bob Gibson in 1968; Steve Carlton in 1972 and 1977. Ron Guidry in 1978, and Rick Sutcliffe in 1984 Votes are cast by two members of the BBWAA from each National League city with a first-place vote counting five points, second three points and third one. Gooden was 13 days younger than Valenzuela when the Dodgers lefty won the award on Nov ll, 1981 — IO days after turning 21 And although Valenzuela is the only pitcher ever to win the Cy Young and rookie awards in the same year, Gooden was the first pitcher to win the awards in successive seasons In fact, only four players other than Gooden have won both awards Valenzuela, Sutcliffe, Tom Seaver and Don Newcomb? Bird, Celtics win despite off night DEHYL CLARK/HERALD ZEH UNGTo the floor Canyon's Kathryn Kyle goes to the floor to pick up a shot during a game earlier this season. Kyle and the Cougarettes will play West Campus at 4 p.m. Saturday at San Antonio Lee High School for the right to advance to the state volleyball tournament. Mets, Red Sox shuffle arms in eight-player transaction •y TNE ASSOCIATED PRESS One reason the Boston Celtics have been in the National Basketball Association finals for twro consecutive years is that they can play well even when Larry Bird isn’t Bird, the NBA’s Most Valuable Player the last two seasons, led Boston with 15 rebounds and seven assists Wednesday night, but shot a dismal 6-for-21 from the floor and finished with 18 points. Nevertheless, Dennis Johnson compensated for Bird’s “off night” with 30 points, his high since joining the team in 1983, as the Celtics defeated Indiana 118 114 for their seventh consecutive victory after a season-opening loss to New Jersey Johnson scored 11 points in both the third and fourth periods as Boston broke away from a 58 58 halftime tie The Pacers were led by Herb Williams with 27 points, Vern Flem mg with 22. and Clark Kellogg with 21, while Robert Parish contributed 23 for the Celtics Mavericks 115 Jazz IOO Dallas, struggling with a 3-6 record after being touted as one of the best teams in the Western Conference, got 37 points from Rolando Blackman to win on the road against Utah “I tried everything on Blackman.” Jazz Coach Frank Layden said “I almost put Barbara (Layden’s wile on him at him at one point This is the real Dallas team The Mavericks are a polished team, much better than NBA San Antonio Utah............ Dallas .............. Sacramento 5 4 3 2 4 6 6 6 556 400 333 250 2 3Vi 4 4Vi By Th* Associated Press Pacific Division EASTERN CONFERENCE L A Lakers 7 1 875 Atlantic Division Portland 8 2 800 — W L Pct. GB L A Clippers 5 4 556 2H Boston 7 I 875 Golden State 5 5 500 3 New Jersey .....6 4 600 2 Seattle ........... 4 6 400 4 Philadelphia .,.. S 4 556 2% Phoenix . , .,, 0 9 OOO 7 Vi Washington 2 6 250 5 Wednesday s Gamas New York .....I 8 111 6H Boston 118, Indiana 114 Central Division Philadelphia 110, Chicago 106 Miiw ankee 8 4 667 Atlanta 108 Phoenix 101 Detroit .....7 4 636 Vi Milwaukee 137, Detroit 118 Atlanta .....6 5 500 2 Danes 115. Utah IOO Chicago .... 4 6 400 3 Seattle 93 L A Clippers 89 Cleveland ..... 3 6 333 3% Today’s Gamas Indiana..... .....2 S 286 3% Cleveland at Indiana WESTERN CONFERENCE New Jersey at Houston Midwest Division San Antonio at Denver Houston _____7 2 778 Portland at I A Lakers Denver _____6 2 750 H Golden State at Sacramento their record indicates.” Blackman, who played only ll minutes in Dallas’ loss to Seattle on Tuesday after dislocating a finger in practice Monday, made 17 of his 23 field goal attempts and scored 16 points in the third quarter as the Mavericks pulled away to a 90-70 lead after three periods Bucks 137 Pistons 118 Milwaukee moved into first place ahead of Detroit in the Central Division as Ricky Pierce and Alton Lister both scored 22 points 76ers110 Bulls 106 Philadelphia got 21 points and 15 rebounds from Moses Malone and outscored Chicago 30-18 in the second quarter to build a 17-point halftime lead, then held on to hand the Bulls their sixth loss in their last seven games Sonics 93 Clippers 89 Jack Sikma scored 13 of his season-high 20 points in the fourth quarter to keep Seattle ahead of I .os Angeles Hawks 108 Suns 101 Cliff Lovingston scored 23 points and Atlanta withstood a late three point shooting display by Walter Davis to beat winless Phoenix Briefly★ Unicorns Continued from Page SA Burdine on the defensive line in certain situations, to go along with Albarado (219), Victor Martinez (225 > and Ben Breedlove (175). “They can put a pretty big defensive front up against us They are quicker on defensive also, especially behind the line," Streety said For the first time in several games, New- Braunfels will be completely healthy Nose guard Dicky Ortega’s sprained ankle has healed and quarteback Victor Sierra should be able to see action after a broken collarbone three weeks ago Whether Sierra will play against Hays will not be determined until later in the week, but Streety said that if possible, he would like his senior to see some action against H.i\- “It would probably be good for him to get out there and get some playing time before we face a must-win situation, which all our games will be once we start the playoffs," he said But the solid performance of junior quarterback Alan Matney allows the Unicorns to be comfortable with either player leading the offense a playoff spot clinched and Alan playing so well allows us to be flexible. We’ll see how Victor is feeling at the end of the week and determine whether he’ll play,” Streety said While New Braunfels does not want to risk Sierra hurting himself again this close to the playoffs, a good showing against the Rebels is crucial for the Unicorns’ momen turn “We want to play well We don’t want to come off a bad per formanee going into the playoffs as we prepare for bidistrict We are approaching this game like we do any other,” Streety said “The situation we are in - haingScoreboardOn the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6 pm Golf Kapula International Cham ptonship, ESPN 8 p m Football Grambling St vs South Carolina St ESPN FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 pm — Golf Kapalua International Cham pionship. ESPN 7 06 p rn Basketball : Chicago at Milwaukee WTBS 9 30 pm — Horse racing Breeder's Cup. ESPN FRIO AY RADIO 8 p m - Football Fredericksburg at Canyon, KNBTFMLocal sports FRIDAY 8pm - Football: Fredericksburg at Canyon 8p m - Football: Hays at New Braunfels SATURDAY 4 p m — Volleyball - Canyon vs South San Wast at San Antonio LeeNHL By Th* Aaaoc ta ted Presa WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W    L J    Pts    GF GA Philadelphia .... 12    2    0    24    69    39 Washington 8 6 2 18 65 56 NY Islanders 7 5 2 16 53 61 NY Rangers 8 8 0 16 61 54 New Jersey 6 7 I 13 50 53 Pittsburgh Adams Division 5 8 3 13 56 64 Boston IO 5 I 21 70 50 Buffalo IO 5 I 21 66 47 Quebec 9 5 I 19 64 54 Hartford 8 7 0 16 58 66 Montreal .....7 7 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division 2 16 85 67 Chicago ....... 6 9 I 13 64 74 St Louts .... 5 6 3 13 47 56 Minnesota 4 8 3 ll 57 81 Detroit ........ . 3 9 4 10 49 80 Toronto ....... Smythe Division . 1 12 2 4 46 66 Edmonton 11 3 1 23 80 52 Calgary........ 8 6 2 18 70 60 Vancouver 8 7 2 18 69 68 Winnipeg 6 8 2 14 65 77 Los Angeles 3 12 I 7 53 85 Wednesdays Games Butt alo 6. Boston 4 Hartford 5 Minnesota 2 N Y Rangers 5, Montieal 2 Chicago 6, Quebec 4 Winnipeg 3, Calgary 3. tie Pittsburgh 6, Vancouver 3 Detroit 7, Los Angeles 2 Today's Games Boston at T uronto Edmonton at Philadelphia Quebec at St. LouisTransactions By The As a OC ie ted Press BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX T faded Bob Oieda Tom McCarthy, John Mitchell and Chria Bayer pit chars, to the New York Mets tor Cd vin Schiraldi and Wes Gardner pitchers, and John Christensen and La Sc belle Tarver outfielders DETROIT TIGERS — Traded Barbero Garbey. infielder, to the Oakland A's for Dave Collins outfielder SEATTLE MARINERS Announced Sal Rends will menage the Bellingham Manners of the Class A Northwest League TEXAS RANGERS — Waived Glenn Brummer catcher TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Added Otis (keen and GlenaUen HM. outfielders and Jeff OeWillis catcher to the 40-man roster National League ATLANTA BRAVES - Added Marty Clary, Charlie Puleo and Paul Asaenmacher. pitchers, to the 40-man roster Watved Randy Johnson, infielder CHICAGO CUBS — Waived Dave Beard pitcher Added Pookre Bemstme and Dave Martins* outfielders Mike Brumley, infielder *id Gary Parmanter and Cart Hamilton, pitchers to tbs 40-man roster CINCINNATI REDS - Added Kurt Stilwell, shortstop Lenny Harris, third baseman, Terry Lea, first baseman Mika K under la and Hugh Kemp, pitchers. Joe Oliver catcher and Tracy Jones, outfielder, to the 40 man roster NB tops Canyon in dual tennis New Braunfels’ tennis team defeated Canyon 16-2 in a dual match Wednesday In the boys’ singles matches, New Braunfels winners were Rric Berg-quist, 8-6 over Robert Olson; Lance Wright, 9-8 over Clay Rayborn. Jim Langabeer, 8-2 over Ray Sherwood; Mark McWilliams, 8-1 over Wade Langston; and Craig Morrison 8-2 over Kevin Sellars Canyon’s Glenn Hubbard defeated Scott Oranen 8-5. In the boys’ doubles. New Braunfels’ doubles teams of Valadez-Skov, Moor Shirley and Clark Bowen defeated Canyon’s Hubbard-Langston, Olson-Rayborn and Sellars-Adams. In the girls’ singles. New Braunfels winners were Leigh Ann Forney, 8-6 over Deann Ham; Rachel Forney, 8-1 over Laura Buryanek, Stephanie Leyh, 8-1 over Nancy Nichols; Brandee Pipkin, 8-3 over Shara Powell; and U>ri Gansky, 8-3 over Melanie Moss Canyon’s Christi Minica defeated Wenden* Walker 8-4. In the doubles. New Braunfels’ teams of Forney-Forney defeated Hanz-Nichols 8-0; Walker Haas defeated Buryanek-Minica 8-4; and Munoz-Pipkin defeated Powell-Moss 8-6 Parks department plans oneonone tournament The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a one-on-one basketball tournament Nev 21 beginning at 7 p m at the Academy Street Gym Registration is at the Landa Recreation Center until Wednesday at 8 pm The entry fee is $5 for the double elimination tournament. Herald-Zeitung deer contest under way The Herald Zeitung’s deer contest is now under way The contest is open to whitetailed deer killed in counties surrounding the New Braunfels area All winners will In* verified for sizes and weights Prizes will be awarded for most poirfts. heaviest buck heaviest doe and a grand prize for the combina lion of most points, widest spread and heaviest deer The grand prize is a 44 cailiber Magnum Huger rifle donated by Doc s Guns Other prizes are a guided striped bass fishing trip from Ca nvon I.ake Tackle Shop and Guide Service, a mounted quail under glass from Richardson's Taxidermy in Kingsville and a guided doe hunt for next season from Wildlife Management in Boerne Honorable mention prizes were donated by Coleman Western Cutlery in Longmont. Co Prizes will bi* awarded at a buffet supplied by Don Strange Catering in San Antonio Weigh in stations are at Fritz’s Meat Market in New Braunfels. 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  • Alan Matney
  • Alton Lister
  • Barbero Garbey
  • Ben Breedlove
  • Bob Gibson
  • Bob Oieda Tom Mccarthy
  • Bob Ojeda
  • Bobby Ojeda
  • Brandee Pipkin
  • Bruce Berenyi
  • Calvin Schiraldi
  • Cart Hamilton
  • Charlie Puleo
  • Chris Bayer
  • Clark Bowen
  • Clark Kellogg
  • Clay Rayborn
  • Craig Morrison
  • Dave Beard
  • Dave Collins
  • Dave Martins
  • Dennis Johnson
  • Denny Mclain
  • Dicky Ortega
  • Don Newcomb
  • Dwight Gooden
  • Frank Layden
  • Gary Parmanter
  • Glenn Brummer
  • Glenn Hubbard
  • Herb Williams
  • Hugh Kemp
  • Jack Sikma
  • Jeff Oewillis
  • Jeff Reardon
  • Jim Langabeer
  • Joe Oliver
  • John Christensen
  • John Mitchell
  • John Tudor
  • Kathryn Kyle
  • Kevin Sellars Canyon
  • Kurt Stilwell
  • Lance Wright
  • Larry Bird
  • Lasehelle Tarver
  • Laura Buryanek
  • Leigh Ann Forney
  • Lenny Harris
  • Lou Gorman
  • Marty Clary
  • Melanie Moss Canyon
  • Mike Brumley
  • Mike Easier
  • Moor Shirley
  • Moses Malone
  • Nancy Nichols
  • Orel Hershiser
  • Paul Asaenmacher
  • Rachel Forney
  • Rick Aguilera
  • Rick Sutcliffe
  • Ricky Pierce
  • Robert Olson
  • Robert Parish
  • Rolando Blackman
  • Ron Guidry
  • Sandy Koufax
  • Scott Oranen
  • Shara Powell
  • Stephanie Leyh
  • Steve Carlton
  • Terry Lea
  • Tom Browning
  • Tom Seaver
  • Tommy Mccarthy
  • Tracy Jones
  • Vern Flem
  • Victor Martinez
  • Victor Sierra
  • Wade Langston
  • Walker Haas
  • Walter Davis
  • Watved Randy Johnson
  • Wes Gardner

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: November 14, 1985

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