New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 13, 1987, Page 10

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May 13, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Heralr^/eitung Nezvfb-t nf>:    ■    /,v //edneo,day May ’; ’48/ Page 11A Astros blast rookie pitcher; Hough silences the Indians HOUSTON (AFO The Houston I Astros were not in a very hospitable rn o o cl T u e s d a y night when Philadelphia rookie pitcher Mike Jackson, a native of Houston came home for his first major league start The Astros roughed up Jackson tor four runs in the first inning and went on to a J 2 win simultaneously snapp mg a three game Houston losing streak and a three game Philadelpha winning streak "I was very nervous out there,” Jackson said I got behind and tried to hit the spots I was real excited about getting to start my first game at home ” The Phillies jumped on Houston’s Hob Knapper with three hits, in eluding a KHI single try Mike Schmidt his (1st of the year, to take a I 0 lead Rut the Astros took advantage of Jackson s early jitters Hill Doran walked on four pitches with one out and third baseman Denny Walling followed with a single* to right (Hen Davis’ sacrifice fly ti«*d the game and after another walk to Kevin Hass Jose Cruz sliced an opposite field liner to left that scored ♦,,,o more runs Knepper got his second win of the* year in his first start for the* Astros since April .’♦> when manager Hat Lanier dropper! him (rom the* star ting rotation “I fe*e*l the* stint in the* bullpen real Iv helped his concentration aid Lanier We need him back in the* starting rotation Rangers 6, Indians I CLEVELAND \P Against any other pitcher Steve* ( .triton first dart for the Cleveland Indian* might have turned e>ut much better Against the Texas Hangers Charlie Dough however no Cleveland pit<*he*r ewer has much luck Hough made* it to straight wins over the* Indians with a ti I victory limiting Cleveland to a run on femr hits in 7 I J innings rite* knuckleball pitcher has not West to the* Indians since April of 19H4 The 12 year e>ld ( arlton who had made nine* relie*f appearances before* cracking die* Indians starting rota lion te*ll to J J despite* dinking out lo batters in se*ven innings Cardinals 6, Giants 5 Kookie left hander Joe Magrane* won his third straight decision. Curt Cord drove in three runs and Willie* Me(iee had a two run he»me*r .is St Louis e*dgeei ahead of Chicago and in tee first plae*e in the NL Hast by 004 Dodgers 7, Cubs 0 Kick Honeycutt pitched his first shutout in more* than three years with a four hitter Honeycutt 2-1 struck out six and walked one* for his lith career shutout and first in a nine Scoreboard American League By The Associate) Prasa Fait Division    W    L    Pct    GB Milwaukee    ?0    IO    667 Mow York    21    1 I    fftg Toronto    18    12    600    2 Baltimore    15    1 7    469    6 Boston    15    1 7    469    6 Detroit    12 19    387    8    ’A Cleveland    IO    2?    313    ll West Division    W    L    Pct    GB Kansas City    16    13    557 California    18    15    '>45 Seattle    18    15    545 Minnesota    1 7    15    631    ’A Oakland    15 17 469    2    A Texas    13    16    448    3 Chicago    lo    19    346    6 Tuesday s Games New York 5. Chicago 4 13 innings Baltimore IO, Minnesota 7 Boston 3, Seattle 2 Texas 6 Cleveland I Detroit 16, California I Kansas City 3, Toronto 1 Oakland IO Milwaukee H Today's Games Oakland ' Young 4 11 ut Milwaukie (Higuer.i 4 I > I eras (Gu/man I 2) at New York (John 2 OI, Int Kansas City !Gut>" /a 7 4 at Baltimore 'Bod dir k Cl ? I) in! Seattle 'I arigston I ll at Bristol (Nipper I 7' Int California (Candelaria 4 0 at Detroit (Tanana 7 7i. im Cleveland -St hmm I 4 ut Cha ago 'Del em I 71 In) I'pronto if lam y 4 2i ut M'nr ev.tu Portugal I ll, In) Thursday s Games Texas .it New Yolk Kansas City at Baltimore im C leveland at Che.ago, (n) toronto at Minnesota, in) National League By The Associated Press East Division    W    I    Pct    GR SI louis    17    13    667 Chicago    IB    14    563 Montreat    15    16    484    7 'i New York    14    16    467    I Pittsburgh    1    (    16    448    I Philadelphia    11    19    167    6 West Division    W    I    Pct    OB San Francisco    71    17    636 Cincinnati    70    1 7    676 Los Angeles    19    16    669    7 Houston    17    14    618 Atlanta San Diego    H    76    736    I Tuesday s (james Pittsburgh I 7 San Ding* New York 6. Cincinnati 7 Atlanta 6 Montreal 7 Houston 6. Philadelpf i 7 Los Angeles 7 Che agnO St Louis 6 San Flare -v 6 Today s Games St I runs J .tv 6 3 1i.lt a’ ('a’ " D ti 3 Ii Cincinnati (Browning 14 i* Montreal to it ■ 3 71 San D'ego (Dtaver k y I) 3> it Pittston I* k jiper 7 31 Atlanta iPaltnet 7 4 at Pf Judelpt a Hut* 7 7 New York 'Darling 7 11 a* Houston S' rift 4 7i Chicago (Sutrlifte 6 7l it I OS Angelo* per a 2) Thursday % Games San Diego at Pittsburg* Cire noah a* M a tm,7 Atlanta ut Philadetph ■ New York at Houston Ranger utility man does it all ADLINGTON Al' The* popular perception i* I hut Germ Detrain I u member of tin* Texa* Kungfu1 because he’s Italian like* man iger Hobby \ iD*ntin»* doesn’t makf* wav<*s anti will weep out th** clubhouse* it he asked Detrain s teammate*' kid him about it regularly Reality is that Detrain quietly ha* mov«*d into po*u tinn a* th** Ranger: No 2 cat(*h**r and No .id ot .ill tr.’tdo*- especially when V,d**ntin** i* lookin' ' n i bat off lh** bench Detrain slugged a three run horner ti in** b it g**r la I loss to Toronto Saturday night then contributed a key two run double in Sunday *8 U* r etorvo the Blue Jays The witch hitting Detrain was hitting '.60 » lur .* > as th** homestand ended with four <•! hi * ' !' •■ extra has**s three double .ately i., tim**1 ii through Sunday (reno is simply Valentin** said ll** ti** had foot p***»d iWi and a horn**r ll** reached bas** hi ast »<i plate appearances pretty good player right now also a pretty versatile player    Jf he J he th** best utility    man    in baseball Hut he wing* th** hat better than most util) t v men Detrain who tay*'d behind in Florida to work an ex Ira da1, with pitcher Hobbs Witt when th** Hanger* broke camp the spring ha* become Witt personal catch«*r The two have established a rinse on field relation?    hip that    r    bowing tangible benefited?    said    Detrain ha* become another    pitching coach one tv can talk to on tTi** I v!d inning game since he beat Houston I 0 on April 17, IBH4 Braves 5, Expos 2 /.an** Smith was a winner on lh** mound and at the plate for Atlanta The left hander upped his record lo I 1 allowing six lids in fi I J innings before getting solid rein*! help from Jeff I fed mon ll** also had a thr**e run double in th** second inning off Ubaldo Heredia, who making his first major league appearance at th** ag** of JI Mets 6, Reds 2 New York s four gam** slide ended as rookie right hander David ( on** got his first major league victory with a four hitter ‘Getting the six runs early I can’t overemphasize that Cone said That puts all the pressure on them I was in th** driver's seat and I didn't want to heat myself In contrast veteran left hander Jerry Keuss who m.is released bv the Dodgers earlier this season and signed by th** Hods just hours beton* th** game Tuesday was pounded tor seven hits and six runs in ll J inn mgs Pirates 12, Padres 5 So this is what Harry Bonds can do Bonds Pittsburgh’s 22 year old second year outfielder and son of former major league star Bobby On the air WE ONE SDA Y 6 iu j) rn    Basketball NMA Playoffs < onferenn* semifinal WI'Its H JU p m    Hockey Edmonton al Detroit Campbell * onferenee chanpion ship if necessarv KSPN H 45    p rn    Baseball    Atlanta at Philadelphia tape delay WTBS J in p in Baseball < hicago ( nils at Los Angeles WON THURSDAY ti ,o    p rn    Baseball    Atlanta at Philadelphia writs ti in    pm    Hockey    Stanley Cup Playoffs Philadelphia vs Montreal Wales Conference Championship (.aine ti KSPN 9 p in Boxing Tommy Avers vs Kollin Williams in a welterweight boul KSPN Local sports WEDNESDAY 6 kl p 111    Baseball New Braunfels Spring Sports Banquet it New Braunfels Civic < “enter FRIDAY Track and beld ( lass ex state meet Austin FRIDAY SATURDAY ll JU am    Tennis New Braunfels' Leigh Ann Forney in Class LA state tourna numb Austin at Pennu k Courts lf Korney wins she will play at J J) rn Friday ll she wins the second she will play iii the finals at ll a in Saturdav Little League American League Standing* Team Bee Wee* Kruege' Elks Crows Mr Gam s Intermediate* Dominos Kunkle Ins General Portland VollbrecOt's Laona Pharmacy Powell ms Major* Texas Commerce Bank Coca-Cola Sonic Mission Valley Mills Schlitterhahn Guerrero bos XngHc- *9 ii lark st Louis 36 HITS L«*onard San Francisco tx Gwynn San Diego bi Hutrfiei Houston 14 Maldonado San Krancisco 14 KDavis Cincinnati 12 DDI Bl,KS Leonard San Kl .inns* o 12 Maldonado San Krancisco 12 I blames Atlanta ll Bass Houston » Gwynn San Diego ♦ Hubbard Atlanta '• Morrison Pittsburgh '* TK I PLUS Font St l.ouis I ' rester Cincinnati I Bonds Pittsburgh MThompson Philadelphia Samuel Philadeljihia sax bos Angeles HUMP. Bt NS KDavis Cincinnati 14 Dawson Chicago ll Schmidt Philadelphia ll Durham < hicago Hi DMurphy Vtlanla '♦ Daniels Cincinnati 9 ICIark SI Louts 9 STOLKN BASKS Coleman St Louis 21 KDavis Cincinnati IJ Hatcfier Houston IO samuel Philadelphia > Walker Chicago J Webster Montreal * PITCHING decisions' Magrane st lands .co. I OOO 174 Sanderson ('hicago CO loon 4 st Valen/uela Dis Angeles 4 1 HUO > Od Welch I-os Angeles 4 1 HUO 2 61 /.Smith Atlanta bl Hun 2 89 STKIKEOl TS Scott Houston 62 Ryan Houston >t Fernandez New York 48 Valenzuela Dis Angeles 18 H«*r shinier Dis Angeles 43 /Smith Atlanta 43 SAVKS I.eSmith Chicago IU Orosco New York 7 DSmith Houston 6 Franco Cincinnati 6 JRobinfton San Francisco 6 Transactions W    L 1    0 1    0 0    I 0    I 2    0 1    0 I    0 1    1 0    2 0    2 Leaders By The Associated Press National League BATTING 84 at bats- Leonard. San Francisco, J75 KDavis. Cincinnati, 372. Hatcher. Houston. (49 Guerrero iwjs Angeles, J45, Gwynn. San Diego 344 RUNS KDavis. Cincinnati. 13 Gwynn, San Diego. 26; Guerrero. Los Angeles. 24 Leonard, San Francisco. 24 Sax. lwis Angeles, 24 HBI KDavis, Cincinnati, 3b Dawson. Chicago 33 Schmidt Philadelphia, ti Bonds bus been highly louted me** joining th** Pirates early la? ? ** o on I nill the last lo game- howe\er Bonds ha*1 shown only glimp <*■ ut th** talent h** [)*r «* sc* Hight now Hon*!' is Pitt-tim .'Ii hottest hitt**r and bn.‘tit** t ballplayer H** has raced hr avet »)3 points in two week* going 1 " 212 t*» 27a and his three run homer Tuesday night helped sh** • it*-rout San I )ieg*> I ’ > R&H STORES Big Warehouse Store To Serve You 330 Landa Street Super Store With Super Buys _We    Reserve    Limit    Rights_ Super Specials Thurs thru Wed May 20 mi ii it 75 ll 75 Lt 75 Ll Straight Whiskey Walkers Deluxe 80 W I Welter 90' Geo Die kel 8 80 Ancien! Age 80' J W Dan! IOO 75 11 Old Taylor 80! 7511 Evans Williams Bl 90 Gin Vodka & Tequila 75 Ll Gilheys Gin 80' 75 1! 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