New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 14, 1987, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung July 14, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Tut", lay July I ^ Herald Settling * a Mr,.    -    r imrrn ~i— wmmmmm wmm ««Bay Area players could be All-Star her oReserves usually provide the difference in NL's domination over American ! eqef Ck * <WK .ANI (’a1.,:    \|    Hun    town set Mat k Mi G** t I    v    ( s si Haines lead a opi'.kh , :    01 st., •let thai CU id I* *•"    ;■    '    ,m-    ■. St a I (lame finish* s Baseball s '-unum * vc ase uften hi been decided tin atef innings, ’.vc* im* reserves (aku e Generally. w* had m r* q iii .vers it w ta tfie last ■ than th**\ lid mid M;Ke Schnndt. wn- will make his HU alt St.ii appeal anre and eighth straight sta t at third base t* r the Natl bal laeag ie I he NI. despite a O’ loss las* ,*■ has ruied Ult series over th* last quarter* century It holds a 36 20 I edg* uvei th. American -eau a- and has a . of tm previous !5 a;..ti* Ait! 21 of 24 Or those *2 ' victories iii have ame in th* seventh ■ ming or later In past years you could sa* th* National league had mut e tepth Wh» i ' < , ame was rn the line, we had a hotter bench. Schmidt said. VI Manager John McNamara of Boston • am* * Kansas City s Bret Sa l>er ha gen as his team starting pitcher while NL Manager I lacey .Johnson of the New York Mets sele-'tud Holist > * Mik S. ■ tt Introit s Jack Morns and Bs k Sutcliffe of the < ’hicago bub- also figure to be included rn ti e t datum as th* Al tries to win cum unitive ML.Sta: ti one*, to: the first time since 1957-58 (dear skies and a sellout r >wd of 50,000 are forecast for the 5 JO p rn local start it the Oakland Coliseum Most »t the Bay Area ev Bement for the Mi-Star (lame is b*ung generated by VIKI wire. the \tletics h f >ot 5 roo*-* who leads the major leagues w ith 33 home runs so (takiand player has appeared in the All* Stat tiame sin* e *84 although Mfd wire CXS should see action at first base once elected starter Dor Mattingly exits I would like to get at least un*- at-bat If it turns out to bt* two, that would be great, Midi wire sad Y’ou never know if v>u'll be ablet* piay in another The exciter:* be awesome While McNamara oat McGw re Fernandez Kir bv Fuukett v.u ' am and Dwight h vans Johnson c ai ham to choose f roil! i‘ii. is. benc h Haines. Gwynn. I’e lr* .etref*. . Murphy, Jeffrey leonard ar I W lie M ai e the backup outlie der s Keith Hernandez Juan Samuel a-d Wa!iach are arnold the NT’s reset fielders, (george Brett and iou Whitv aho were picked a** extra lobe. n . s AL, will not play and have b* -n . ep rookie Kevil. Seltzer and Hat ti Hey Pitchers understandfans like livlier balls OAKLAND, Ca;1 AF    Pi’ selected for ens yea - A I-sun gam* thus season's svTeased mm - r ii nr odu* rn hi ■ >f* 11 * \ K * * plavers jnM M1 What** - * litterer;! i rn S port swo rid Bud Dada ar Sc* Pi ti no /eaves Providence for th* St A J :    mm.    5 N Hie Wa ,*yi I**.I t! sam u*av mg in* my lite I wa'i lit* t* a .ll*'Ii ll » .ti- ' lwav s w 11?ivif ihtifki. a Kl . VIM t .atta fe.t-’ \ > .* ne.t «i Iive-yeut cantraet ex 11 ■    , ;: «i' ;'    ; • ■ • A * ! ’ a • > J • t« $    1    " • a v • . ' I had a fit talk wit? * . Saturday morning a: * told him IT cid* rn e oUegt* w ald not stand in ira way *f his pf- tensional ady am einetit school President Rev John Cunningham said He did not ask me ta get out of Un contract I extended it to him J hut.' > a New Y k natty* was th* first car ut) U’.te interviewed bv Ute Fun ks aft* r they fired (ouch Bob HUI and *letter a. Manager S* -tty Stirling on April JO Ht wit! Irew las na .tie f I -sh - I«- r at*, rn Mav I atte! th* Knit ks tailed ti* meet his hiring deadline, but * flanged his mind w fie i the ti ain ffei* J him th*' job vet week Putts - said he lulu t a« ept the Knit ks offer until Mondos ffiorniug after meeting with his Providence 04 Oil uisi* H Ms * it* Briefly - i— — —    » Pi! I ti t wins Nils btl ii tour Hey Madalm Pillot sh >t . im Wedn* sd a v I. fak. th* I anda I atli* * i alt Nassau I OU! fi-ti i.eld Marion Patten won wdh a .score of .ti Mar abseil s 28 wa*! t* Birdies were mud* b; Ma, iai..>n and Mat rn were made by Mary Ma Ville ll 'Is lr* Mar ran Fox arni Vin * Simp e Score of b3 wins better ball event Hie team of I Nunez. J Kiln I KaaUen and M Brennan shot.» * on Saturday to tak* first plait in Un-New Braunfels ll .ii AvKiatmn s foul man team better ball Nassau tournament lhe bam shared the best aole c the ba* k it ne al +> wilt tile teamo! * He idem J Kills, M illusion and B Adkins V\ iiiitiM bu ft -in rune with a score id 22 was lh*- team ot H Kills I, Southerland VS i had) .md ll Harborth In individual plat Iv < edith) won Die A flight w 11ti a t>4 w fille J Rn * captured the B flight with a wi J Hays’ 88 w -ll the (' flight and I l^wim* * U*uk the I) flight Aith a t>9 Cedi I lo had the low gl ass SC* e of <»9 McPherson Duncan win Monde Scramble John Mel .et son of New Braunfels and Richard I >uncan of San Antonio took nr st place Saturday in tit* J* Ion ia    St t amble tournament    .it I A t s Pal J golf * out se The    ir sfiot a s*** re of j.>    to caplan    lop honors in th* tour nail ret it    laking second plat** at    a, was ti re team of Russel Hausinann .us I Jesse * I ta pa Bath golfers at** from New Braunfels NB Babe Rutty team wins distric t title I In New Braunfels 13 veal old Baile tv ut ti league team w«>n the district title ai a tournament in Luling nei th** weekend, advancing the team to another tournament this weekend New Braunfels won Un* district crown Aitfi an 18JI victory, led by Mono Dav ila’s UU foot solo home tun and a fine pill lung performance from Jos.in DtRue N*‘W Braunfels trailed 7-1 ut th* fourtli inning but st tired 17 runs in the last two innings to win Un* game New Braunfels will play tit Fugle Pass beginning thursday in the regional tournament Team member s are Brian ( addell, Gabriel ( annona, Jason Oayeomb, Davila Xndy Gallegos, Victor Garcia, Charlie Herrera, Kyle Herman, l oKue, Jacob Leos, Pete Mat tine*, t hus Miller Tim Mucnnmk Innnlad Rosales anti KevUl X alin Guts softball Unique plans* meeting I hursday The National Little league is having un organizational meeting for Jackson to play football in baseball off season AL BL RN Ala AP    I    he Kansas City Royals remain B« Ja kson - top priority. but the former Heisman Trophy winner plans to return to football a sport he once tilt    MM&W* after the baseball s**u.sou ends. Jackson and his agent. Richard Wts»d' wen- expected to ani. ”un * ti>dav that the former Auburn Universe .American w* sign a contract lo play next fall for th*' IwiS Ang* .e> Raiders of the NFL VX ads said Jackson would "explain ht> reasons for playing f*»ot ba.. during a news ouferenc** today He wants people t. know that baseball :■> .still his N* I priority A ids said Monday night Ja s n. a r k.e outfielder with th** Ravals lur:.*• I dawn a S nu.a a. contract fr-.m the Tampa Bay But * a; > ors who sole ted him av th* first pus th-.- 1988 NM. draft \! the Urn* Jackson said he would never play football again w- st . havent finalized th* lea. * aid W .xis wl met vet the weekend Aitis Raiders ewner X, Da vis ! here ready .sn t a u me tab * But we’ll goover it and try t A rk it out The yr *. -r 4c.**"quoting unidentified sources reported in today v itlluons blat the contract w i bt a rth ats-ut $1 nu ll lot a year Th* pact, th* newspaper said .v a . mg term deal with es* ape .a .s**v ,n ase Jackson eventually decides to play only tiaseball Jackson announced Saturday that he Wa: ted to pla^ for the Raiders Abu made turn their seventh-round drat! pick this year But fie said his lee.sa*! to return to football foi at east |g*rt of one season docs hot mean his baseball career is over Once I said I’ll play baseball, I meant t Jackson said I in a baseball player now, and IT always be a baseball player I ii t* v» Scoreboard a girls fast-pitch no ar* » softball ieagu* it T pm I hursday at the National ! a a*, ut* (Jptuiust I* telU Any is* mt**reste*l should attend tfi* in* cling or call Kd or Mar* ie lii*i bo >a at 625-36% Corporate pool touroey slated for July 19 lhe I ri ('aunty Corporate * ha beng* continues this month with a j**ol tournament iii Sun Mar*«» lh* taun,ament will be July 19 at I to p a, at ti * Hungry Stick on Hopkins Street Only one division one mal** and **ne female partners will Im* competing in the best of three double-elimination event Kntry fee is $:>    |2 jK*r person and $3 table fee For more information contact Mik*' Bull**! in San Marcos at <'*> 6080 You may als** call ('hallo* Sandberg at 625-5818 Fowler teaches volleyball clinic Phyllis howler will lead two sessions of a volleyball clinic at the ( any ini Middle School gym The first session runs July 13-17 ami the se* mid session is scheduled for July 20*24. Both sessions run Monday through Friday from 9 a iii until noon I’ll* t ost is $40 and includes a I shirt \nv ikMj val sit) player may participate Registration is now un til way at the (TSI)Office and will also take place on the first morning of both sessions For more information please call 620-6205 or 899 4864 On the air lutsOAv ba sen. jersey At t! hitting rum strike* pace break 18 h• m lh *eak th *ke Ex Cowb' *;hd»ned v t or Ila: Rafpfi LJ : **. has >* be r**structured to case he is in lure field I* ogelman Jackson over the never considered giving Jackson ar ultimatum t« choose beta cen the tw*-sp rf.' Oiler quarterback Luck opts for legal career HOUSTON AF Oliver Luck the Houston Oilers ba sup quarterback for the past five year' bas decided U* leave the playing fieri U. tackle work as a law yer The recent graduate from tm University <4 Texas Neb •< ct Law >,*; J Monda.* he was retiring from professional t wtball rn order to tak* part in a v tar    re 14    v*. VV. st (ie nr UC > I his is a Olli e in a lifetime typ*-opp**rtumty Luck vaid Na i ms going to be a lot ct fun and No J this w ill mean a lot of job opp*r!unities Luck, 27 one of tw piaverv p k*-*i by the <biers ;r th* s*-> and r ‘ the ’.98*2 draft, f ad seen limited play in his tenure a ith the team I gist year. Luck played u .r games and started ti e i3lf gam* : r an injured Warren M • .    I*. *• ,.t game, he completed ll r 14 passes i ow boys for HM5 yards a d threw ta ter*eptions in a 13-10 u .* run e loss not jus ti: Cleveland    South Car ■ Cole'Ttan ii murder Hat n rn* backer nim jet anc Ie F year for the I cag ae team be* a use he w < was with us for wort: oo, 00 ^ vichr$ No. I t pin yod JU National K if d was re vear sn an; »a:c i/oug the as a in tv -cd d was WHIM SUA* Local sports * MIDA* SATURDAY AA ’    Im,.    V.    V.    A    . Transactions H« I A»kUt MIKO e***i MASI HAI I A>n«(iL«i> I SAi TIMOR! 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: July 14, 1987

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