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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archive: October 7, 1987 - Page 10

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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                1988 could be year of free agents Isportsworid TNt AS IOCIATIO Mill owiwn want to get back Into the free agent business they coukkit ptek a better time than this Date Jesse Mike Paul Jack Cal Ripken and pitchers Jack Morris Dave Rltfttttl are among 97 ma jor leaguers eligible or free Another 21 including Tim Huble Nolan Bert Jeff Reardon and Bob OJeda could become free if their clubs do not exercise their options for Only two top players Lance Par rish to Philadelphia and Andre Dawson to the Chicago Cubs changed teams in the last two years following the rapid player movement of the early But players are waiting to see If op portunities will reopen as the result of an arbitrators ruling last month Scoreboard that owners had conspired to limit free agency In I would hope very much that clubs do in fact reenter the free agent players union head Donald Fehr We will find out very soon when we see how clubs ap proach the negotiations to retain their own tree Other free agents include Mike Witt and Greg Mlnton of the Califor nia Brett Butler of the Cleveland Charlie Leibrandt of the Kansas City Gary Gaetti of the Minnesota Dave Smith of the Houston Astros and Chili Davis of the San Francisco Many players say they havent con sidered their course of action during the offseason because free agents have been ignored by other teams the last two Im not sure how much of a market there is out there said who hit 44 homers this I havent given it much Ripken Ill have to sit down and do I told my agent to do what you have to All I can do is Butler They have not offered me a con and that may be forcing me to go ahead with free Ive never talked about leaving Cleveland Ive signed six oneyear con tracts in my and at one point a player looks for At least six clubs already have said that they are not interested in signing major free agents Kansas the New York Pittsbugh and George Steinbrenner of the Yankees and Ted Turner of the formerly big forces in the have remained silent on their Commissioner Peter Ueberroth last week directed clubs to comply with arbitrator Thomas Roberts col lusion New Texas October Page 11A Merteg talks TV with Jacksonville HOUSTON AP With talks stalled over a new Houston Oilers lease for the team represen tatives are weighing proposals put forward by Jackson Bill leader of Jacksonvilles National Foot ball League task said Tuesday he and Oilers General Manager Ladd Herzeg discussed television revenue Herzeg declined but over the he disclosed he planned to reject Jacksonvilles proposed preseason television revenue According to the bids offered by the city were about less than the the Oilers had The TV is below their but it certainly is not a Hightower The Jacksonville task force has guaranteed the Oilers million in revenues over a 10year The Oilers have set an 15 deadline for concluding talks about where to relocate next year after their lease for use of the Houston Astrodome expires after this Cowboys hope to fill Texas Stadium IRVING AP Dallas Cowboys officials are op timistic they will fill Texas Stadium when the nonunion players hit the field reporting that about ticketholders opted for That number is a small percentage of the who hold tickets for the Cowboys match against the Philadelphia the clubs first home game since the strike Canyon Continued from Page 10A Weve played very good volleyball What we have to do now is just keep it to keep on she Canyons junior varsity and frehmen teams both won in three games Tuesday The Cougarettes will host Smithson Valley on The freshmen match will be played at 4 with the varisty match being played im mediately The junior var sity match will conclude the On the air WEDNESDAY 2 p m Baseball National League Oiamptonshlp Game 2 San Fran cisco at Baseball American League Championship Game Detroit at KMOL 10 Tennis AT4T Challenge I ape delayed THURSDAY Hockey Montreal at American League Championship Game Detroit at KMOL 10 Tennis AT4T Challenge 7 140 1 TOFG JP PAT Tot Local sports FKIDAY 4pm Volleyball Smithson Valley JV at Canyon 4pmVolleyball Boeme at New Braunlels JV 8 pro Football Boerne at New Braunlels 8pm FmJenclisburg at Ca nyon Football statistics NEW BRAUNFELS Team Scort by quartfri Nrw Brauntfls 34 14 C 47 Opponents i 75 ti Totalj SCORING Player Bryan 3 0 o 0 Kuehler o R Walker i Carrillo i Castllleja I Totals 4 Hanz recorded a safety CANYON Ttam Scorinf Canyen 7 JJ o Jl SJ 12 0 38 7 384 15fi 24 190 Team First downs by pass by run by penalty RushesYards Passing yards Passes Punts rumblesLost PenaltiesYards Individual statistics RUSHING 457 Turn Statistics KirM t pass by run bs Hushes Yards U NB 10 4 Individual statistics RUSHING Opp 4 ussm 242 19387 VS 42 339 K Walker Camlio Am inter Han Can la Bryan Airman Oana Holland Schneider Totals PASSING Player SctmruUr Stminoruh Totals RECEIVING No 13 15 21 20 HI 1 1 3 1 11 lit Yds 140 1U3 60 52 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