European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 2 1968, Page 18

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 2, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseTuesday july 2, the stars and stripes Page 19 sims9 Homer in 10th pulls tribe by botox Boston a Duke Sims three run Homer sparked a four run 10th inning uprising that gave Cleveland a 7-5 con quest of the Boston red sox blast his eighth came after a pair of walks and was followed by Jose Cardinal s double and a run scoring single by Vern Fuller. Boston had tied it 3-3 in the eighth when Ken Harrelson snapped a hit less Streak with asolo Homer. 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Harrelson broke out of an 0-1slump by getting Williams with his 16th Homer a line shot into the screen in left Center. Boston starter Gary Waslewski allowed Only four hits but had to retire after five innings when his shoulder tightened . The red sox picked a pair of runs in the 10th when Harrel son who had doubled scored on a Force out and Elston Howard had a run scoring single. Oliva clouts pair but twins Bow to Baltimore 6-4 Baltimore a Dave Johnson s Pinch single drove in the tie breaking run during seventh inning rally that moved the Baltimore orioles to a 6-4victory Over the Minnesota twins sunday. Tony Oliva blasted a pair of Home runs his Lith and 12th, and the twins led 4-3, after six innings but starter Dean Chance was lifted because of the intense heat which reached 105 degrees on the Al Worthington walked the bases loaded an Baltimore scored three times on sacrifice flies by Brooks Robin son and Curt Motton and John son s key hit off Ron Perranoski. The orioles had taken Athree run Lead in the first three innings with Boog Powell s Dou ble driving in two in the first. Oliva connected the first Tim with a Man aboard in the fourth. Cesar Tovar s bad Bounce double tied the score in the fifth before Oliva s second Homer put Minnesota ahead in the sixth. Twins pinched Minnesota Balti Moreau r h blah r of by Tovar 3b 4011 Buford 2b 3210 Uli incr in of 4000 Blair a 2200 Krift brew 16 3 1 1 0 Farr in n it 3 1 0 Iova of Arluk a if Katese if look cd Ciuci to do Saru t p Holt pm Vort Jrsn p per Fri jul p total 4233 pow Tib 2112 2000 Bruj Blyn 3b 3 0 1 1 1000 Elc Fary c 3000 3000 d John on pm 1 0 1 1 4000 Etche brn c oooo 4110 motion 11 2031 1 0 1 "0 Valentine of oooo 1000 a Langer is 3000 oooo Bunker p 010 0000 or Lew Al. 1-Utull Blun Gemi p i non a 1-6 Brandon. We Wal Chiku Harrell in 16. Elma 8. I iroc Tell Koy. In h h Jar by 80 31 02-3 2 7 4 1 0 013 2 2-3 1 t-3 44. A27288. Yanks beat a s on White s Homer 31 1 7 4 Tola i 27 6 s 6 Minnesota. 000 211 000 4 Baltimore. 201 co 3ox 6 a Carew. Do ii in r ?./ a 1, Baltimore 2. Lob 4, b 00 137voos2o 00 900tmj 00 c7sooooooo a .00, in 00 my 00 40000u. O 00 a 00 3w 00 237. A 2-Io "7m 2- 7 to 17750kt0 1xxoo15000 1woo 77 o-7 i a 7 3 70 72 a 15 75-70-71216 72-70-7517 73-73-71 a 77 i-74-71 21s 7-71-74 21s 72-71-78 i it 7v 73 22. 73-74-7s 223 7 j 74 77 22474-77-7j-224 72 -15 -7 7 224 74 75 76--22s Iii Patti 22j 77-14 74 22s 74 77-71 225 75-73-78-226 h-7j-i2 226 77 -77-1. 227r. 7fi-7 --227 77-t&-75 22i year. Thad Tillotson came on after Barber had been lifted for a Pinch hitter in the seventh an retired the first two men to face him before walking Sabando and giving a. Single to Danny Cater. Steve Hamilton relieved Tillotson and struck out Reggie Jackson to end the threat. The Yankees scored their firs two runs in the sixth inning j Glotzbach with the a s leading 1-0, Hunter walked White and Mickey Mantle and White look third onto Tresh s double play ground or. After Andy Kosco single to score White. Hunter walked Jake Gibbs before Bobby Cox looped a run producing single. Aker came on and struck out Bill Robinson to end the rally. Jackson s 430-foot Homer into i International Speedway the right Field bleachers his two time Daytona 500 Winner 10th of the season and fourth Richard Petty of Randleman against the Yankees gave the nc., driving a 196s Plymouth. A s a 1-0 Lead in the second took the outside pole with winning. J two Lap average of 183342 the Oakland tied the name in the seventh against Barber when Jackson walked too second on Joe Rudi s infield out and scored on Dave Duncan s great White Way Oakland new York c ii r h 114000 i 2b 4011 1 4010 a. In 3000 Troli i p 1000 in Wysor l n oooo to Vukov. P 1000 sll., i Chr Speed also gave him a $500 head Start toward the $73,000 purse for thursday s break Mark five of seven Drivers who at tempted to qualify sunday the first of four Days of trial the old record of 179802 last july by Veteran Darel an the first Petty Day s 34 2 6 0 1 0 000 000 002 a � i Dieringer of Charlotte nc., in2 o o o a Ford. 4 o i of Only Glotzbach a of Wero qualified o i i j runs. Petty barely edged Budd Baker of Charlotte for the out Side pole. Baker driving a 1%8charger, posted a Speed of 183161paul Goldsmith of Munster ind. Turned in a Speed of 180335 4000 1000 1000oooo oooo _ \ 0 o 22 0 4 7. The have signed a to contracts Bradenton club in the i his or u., Yuri. 7 vol in ii 2b i. in a 1968 Dodge. Hunter ,\.,1 2 � 1 1lin l to. J n Gulf coast Ixniguethose signed include Pitcher Larry Barefoot of Whiteville,nc. Iii fielder Thomas Whalen of Lowell mass. Pitcher Stephen Bent Ley of Stoneham mass. Pitcher Robert Messier of Hamp ton a. Pitcher Gary Conix y of Albany ny. Infielder Steve Mcfarland of Bellevue wash., and Pitcher Robert Johnson of Altoona . S Lliidku n Hill Ai r 2 27 a h is \ 1 h k k la i 2 2 6 0 0 2 v 0 1 0 0 Irr. 1 Curt Fly wins Quebec Montreal a touring pro Dick Carmody of Palm Springs calif., fired a four under Par 68 saturday and won the 5 Hole Quebec open tolf tournament with 208. Grinder seriously Huri in motorcycle mishap Columbus Ohio Ron Rector an Atlanta Falcon j Back was listed in serious condition sunday in Riverside Hospital Here suffering from injuries received in a motor Cycle Mishaphector, 24, was believed in route to motorcycle race saturday night when he ust control of his motor Oiw on interstate 71,

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