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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports New Texas July Cards Ozzie Smith leading votegetter 4 Yankees head AL NEW YORK AP On a pair of powerpacked AllStar the most popular player this season is the only one without a home Ozzie Smith of the Louis Car dinals got votes and was elected to start for the fifth straight year as the National Leagues Being the guy that gets the most votes is a compliment to Smith Im basically known as a defensive I feel Im a better offensive player than Im Smith is batting He has driven in 46 runs but has not The New York Yankees dominated the American League voting as Dave Don Willie Randolph and Rickey Henderson were tops in fan balloting announced No other team in either league had more than two players among the starters for the 58th AllStar Game Tuesday at the Oakland The last team to send four elected players to the AllStar team was Montreal in 1983 Gary Tim Andre Dawson and Al The last AL team to do it was Oakland in 1975 Joe Reggie Bert Campaneris and Gene Boston third baseman Wade who is leading the majors with a average and has already hit a careerhigh 15 home was the top votegetter in the AL with He beat out Kansas Citys George who had started the previous 11 AllStar Brett got Completing the starting team for the NL will be Jack Clark of Louis at first Ryne Sandberg of Chicago at Mike Schmidt of Philadlphia at Eric Davis of Dawson of Chicago and Darryl Strawberry of New York in the outfield and Carter of New York at Rounding out the AL team will be Mattingly at first Randolph at Cal Ripken of Baltimore at George Bell of Henderson and Winfield in the out field and Terry Kennedy of Baltimore at Kennedy will be the first catcher ever to start an AllStar Game for Being the guy that gets the most votes is a compliment to Im basically known as a defensive I feel Im a better offensive player than Im Louis shorstop Ozzie Smith both the NL and He started the 1985 Game for the NL in place of the injured For the first time in six Atlantas Dale Murphy was not San Diegos Tony leading the NL with a was not picked for the first time in four out with an ankle might not be able to Both teams have plenty of especially in the Bell has hit 28 home runs and driven in 73 Winfield has 19 homers and 67 one of the best leadoff batters in has been slowed by injuries much of the season but still has 11 home This is the third straight season Winfield and Henderson will Davis leads the NL with 26 and he has 66 Dawson has 24 homers and 74 RBI and Strawberry has 21 home runs and 49 Strawberry will be starting for the fourth time in four full an NL Clark tops the majors with 82 and has 25 home runs for the Car who lead the NL East by nine He has played in three All Star but this will be his first as a Mattingly will be making his first AllStar He is batting with 10 homers and 52 RBI despite missing two weeks on the disabled A total of votes were cast this That topped last years total of The total was the highest since Back to Burger Center Cappleman returns to scene of glory with AllStars By TIM WAITS Staff Writer Almost eight months have passed since Tara Cappleman led the Canyon Cougarettes to the brink of the Class 4A state volleyball championship at Austins Toney Burger For the first time since the Cougarettes heartbreaking three game loss to Lamesa in the state Cappleman is back at Burger to compete with and against her peers in the EastWest High School Volleyball AllStar Cappleman was selected as one of the top 24 players out of all high school volleyball She will represent Canyon on the West The best threeoffive match is set for 7 Cappleman has spent the last few days working out with the team at Austin Crockett High She is currently staying at a dormitory on the University of Texas campus and was unavailable for comment Wed Canyon coach Donna Boehle was with Cappleman Tuesday when she checked Shes said Most of the allstars were quiet at meeting the best players in the They were all very Boehle said the match is looked upon as a prelude to the players college future rather than a topping of their high school Cappleman will play for Baylor University this Among the highlights of a sterling ctreer at Cap pieman caught fire in the Region IV finals against Flour Bluff at Cappleman helped overcome a 12G deficit in the first game of the match almost single with backtoback kills and four aces in five The Cougarettes went on to win the second game 1614 to gain the state Cappleman is the third Cougarette to be selected to play in the AllStar Cindy Vordenbaum was chosen in 1974 and Stephanie Burch was picked in Tara Cappleman is the third Cougarette to play in the annual Texas High School AllStar which will be played Friday in Youmans fourth onehitter handcuffs Ryanf 10 SportsWorld By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON Floyd Youmans says he wonders what it what it would be like to pitch a Hell have to keep wondering as he pitched his fourth onehitter in two years as the Expos edged the Houston Wednesday That is the fourth onehitter in two Youmans I keep thinking about the feeling that you must get when you pitch a Youmans was working on a perfect game for the first five innings until Alan Ashby drew a leadoff walk in the sixth He was working on a nohitter until Kevin Bass started the eighth with a line drive single off the right field It was the second straight shutout performance by a Montreal pitcher against the Bob Sebra pit ched a shutout Tuesday night as the Expos defeated the Youmans walked two and struck out three to boost his record to The other walk was Bill Doran in the seventh The only run of the game came in the first inning off Astros starter and loser Nolan It was Ryans fifth straight Tim Raines had a twoout infield stole second and scored on a single by Tim Blue Jays Rangers 2 Toronto scored twice in the seventh inning on a basesloaded walk and Tony Fernandezs groundout to erase a 21 Texas then added two runs in the The Blue Jays had only four hits in the game and just two off Bobby Witt going into the Witt hit a then walked two more with one out before Jeff Russell Russell walked Garth Iprg on four pitches to force in the tying then Fernandez hit his game wiiyjjijig Yankees Twins 4 POJJ had two homers and W 53 48 46 40 39 33 30 W 47 45 44 44 43 38 32 American League By The Associated Press East Division W L GB New York Toronto 48 35 578 4 Detroit 46 35 568 5 Milwaukee 40 41 494 11 Boston 39 45 464 13 Baltimore Cleveland 30 53 361 22 West Division W L GB Minnesota Kansas City Oakland California Seattle Texas 38 44 Chicago 32 49 395 13 Wednesdays Games New York 1 Minnesota 4 Detroit Oakland 5 Baltimore Chicago 10 innings Cleveland Kansas City 8 Toronto Tuxas 2 California Boston 3 Seattle Milwaukee innings Todays Games Chicago IDotson 65 at New Yoik Tewksbuiy 1 n Minnesota IStraker 45 at Baltimore Bell n Kansas City Black 42 at Toronto U In Cleveland Bailes 221 at Texas Gunman 6 In Detroit Morris 123 at California Sutton In Milwaukee Bosio 421 at Oakland Rijo 1 nl Boston Hurst 96 at Seattle Campbell In National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pet GB Si Louis Momieal 44 38 537 9 Chicago 45 39 536 9 New Yoik 44 39 530 9S Philadelphia 41 41 500 12 Pittsburgh 37 47 440 17 West Division W L GB Cincinnati Houston San Franuscu Allama Los Angeles San Diego Wednesdays Games Chicago 12 San Diego 8 St Louib 6 Los Angeles Isl game Si Louis Los Angeles 10 2nd game Philadelphia Cincinnati 2 San Francisco Pittsburgh 14 inningb Atlanta New Yoik 3 Montreal Houston 0 Todays Games Los Angeles Honey cult 2 at Chicago Sutclifti 11 4i Montreal Heaion 10 3 al Cincinnati Gullickson In Philadelphia K Gioss 681 al Atlanta Smith 8 m Now York Mitchell 1 2l ai Houston Deshiaes In San hancisco Krukow 1 6 at St Louis Con 8 In Fridays Games Los Angelas at Chicago Philadelphia at Atlanta Montreal at nl San Diego at In New York at San Francisco al St n Rickey Henderson had four hits to lead New Yorks 16hit attack against five Minnesota Mattingly hit a threerun homer in the first inning and led off the sixth with his 10th homer of the Mike Pagliarulo and Mark Salas also homered for New Cardinals Dodgers 37 Maybe the Louis Cardinals should play a whole bunch of doubleheaders next preferably all in a The Cardinals continued to retake the most of a scheduling predicament Wednesday and swept a doubleheader from the Los Angeles Dodgers for the second straight Rainouts had created the doubleheaders at Busch Orioles White Sox 5 Eddie Murray homered with two out in the 10th inning to give the Orioles their first series victory since May 28 9n4 only their seventh triumph in 38 The homer was Murrays Phillies Rfds 2 Glenn Wilson hit a tworun homer as Philadelphia completed a three game sweep at Riverfront Stadium for the first time since The Phillies scored 26 runs on 43 hits with six homers in three days against Cubs Padres 8 Jim Sundbergs pinchhit grand slam highlighted an eightrun rally in the eighth inning that sent Chicago over San Giants Pirates 4 Bob Melvin singled home the tiebreaking run in the 14th inning and Chili Davis followed with a threerun homer as San Francisco won in Braves Mets 3 Charlie Puleo pitched a sixhitter and Gary Roenicke homered and drove in two runs as Atlanta ended a fivegame losing streak by beating New Indians Royals 8 The Indians completed a three game sweep of Kansas In each of the Cleveland rallied to In each of the a pitcher from one of the teams was accused of throwing at a And in the last two there were Angels Red Sox 3 The Angels swept the Red Sox for the first time since handing Boston its fifth straight Mark McLemore doubled home wo runs in Californias threerun second The Angels won for the 14th time in 17 Mariners Brewers 2 Mike Moore and Bill Wilkinson combined to threehit and Rey Quinones hit a threerun homer in the llth inning to give Seattle its victory over the Tigers Athletics 5 Detroit led 70 after four and Evans homered in the sixth and ninth innings to lead Detroit past the who made tliree Rangers Correa to miss 68 weeks ARLINGTON AP Tests have revealed that Texas Hangers pitcher Ed Correa has been pitching with a stress fracture in his shoulder for about eight The Rangers are expected to place the righthanded pitcher on the 21 day disabled and doctors say he wont be able to pick up a baseball for six to eight Doctors say Correa sustained a stress fracture of the triceps There is no possibility of permanent but he must rest the shoulder from six to eight weeks for the fracture to That means Ive been pitching with a broken Correa said after the tests 1 have a reason to be Correa I do not want to go out and steal their I want to go out and pitch and give it all I 1 knew it was But not even thought it was had complained the past two months about shoulder He complained that his arm had gone was 23 during his last 10 General Manager Tom Grieve and manager Bobby Valentine believe Correas problems stemmed from a change in his delivery in late and that he was using muscles that needed to be Correa was Xrayed about a month ago and was told that he had an in flammation in the shoulder and was given some medicine Correa did not relieve the The extent of the injury was not discovered until Mike the teams doctor ran a bone scan and CAT Knicks tab Bianchi as general manager NEW YORK AP The New York Knicks long search is nearing an After 12 leaderless the Knicks named Al Bianchi their general manager The other half of their management void a head coach is expected to be filled within two a former assistant coach for the Phoenix said he would prefer a head coach who emphasizes the fast If you look around the league you that most successful teams like to said wtio played 10 years in the NBA and coached in Phoenix from 1976 until last All you have to do is look at the success the lakers have Bianchi replaces Scotty who was fired along with Coach Bob Hill on April 20 after the Knicks finished regular with a 24 58 It was the third season in a row that the Knicks missed the we want to make the Bianchi said Wednesday after his But we also want a championship We want to win it SMU officials to comply with AGs investigation AUSTIN AP Southern Methodist University officials told Attorney General Jim Mattox they would cooperate in his investigation of the schools payf orplay But after a 90niinute private meeting with SMUs top lawyer said the attorney general probably wouldnt uncover anything more than is already known about the which resulted in SMU not playing football for two Dutchman wins sprint Maechler leads Tour France AP Dutchman JeanPaul Van Poppel of the Super Conf ex team won the pack sprint in the eighth stage of the Tour de but Swiss cylchst Erich Maechler of the Carrera team retained the overall The 127mile stage was the slowest so with riders averaging 23 Belgiums Michel Vermotte of the RMO team came second in the stage with countryman Johan Cajpioi of the RolandSkala team   

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