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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 27, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and strikes five 67 starters repeat on Al All Star new York a slugging outfielder Frank Howard of the Washington senators the Amer ican league s Home run and runs batted in Leader was name to the circuit s All Star team for the first time and third baseman Brooks Robinson made it for the ninth consecutive year it was announced wednesday. Others chosen to Start against the National league in the july9 All Star baseball game in Houston were outfielder car Yastrzemski of Boston Catcher Bill Freehan and outfielder Wil lie Horton of Detroit first base Man Harmon Killebrew and Sec Ond baseman Rod Carew of Minnesota and shortstop Jim Fregosi of California. Robinson Freehan Kille brew Carew and Yastrzemski All started last year when the Al dropped a 2-1 decision extending the circuit s losing Streak in the mid season classic to five games. The National league leads in the series 20 to17, with one tie. Outfielders Tony Oliva of Minnesota and Tony Conigliaro of Boston and shortstop Rico Petrocelli of the red sox were the other Al starters in 1967. Freehan led the balloting a league players this year accumulating 248 votes. The tigers Backstop is batting .260. Yastrzemski leading the league a-317 average was next with 248 votes followed by How Ard with 239, Horton 193 an Carew 184. American league won lost pet. A Detroit 46 26 .639 Cleveland 39 34 .534 7% Baltimore 35 32 .522 8%Minnesota 6 33 .522 8% Oakland 35 34 .507 9% Boston 3 34 .493 to California 34 35 .493 new York 31 37 .456 13chicago 30 38 .441 14 Washington 25 41 .379 18tuesday s result Baltimore 6, Boston 0 Cleveland 6, Washington 1detroit 8, new York 5 California 7, Oakland 6 Minnesota at Chicago postponed rain National league won lost pet. Gust. Louis 44 27 .620 san Francisco. 39 33 .542 5%Atlanta 37 33 .529 6% Philadelphia 32 32 .500 8%los Angeles 36 37 .493 9 new York 34 35 .493 9cincinnati 4 36 .486 9% Pittsburgh 32 35 .478 10 Chicago 31 39 .443 13houston 29 41 ,414 14v 2tuesday s results Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 1new York 4, Cincinnati 0 Houston 4, Chicago 2pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2 san Francisco 9, los Angeles 0 Pacific coast league Eastern division won lost pet. Tulsa 40 24 .625phoenix 43 31 .581 san Diego 37 33 .529indianapolis 34 31 .523 Oklahoma City .32 33 .492 Denver 25 40 .385western division Spokane 40 31 .563seattle 36 34 .514 Hawaii 2 37 .464xvancouver 30 36 .455 Tacoma 28 37 .431portland 6 36 .419 a late game not include tuesday s results Pacific coast league Indianapolis 7, Tacoma 0oklahoma City 7, Seattle 3 Denver 4, san Diego 2spokane 9, Phoenix 7 Portland at Tulsa. 2, postponed International league won lost pet. Go 2 6 6m. 8% 3%7 7%9 9% rain go Toledo. 37 29 .561 Rochester. 30 29 .508 3%columbus30 29 .508 3% Louisville. 33 31 .516 3buffalo32 33 .492 4% Richmond. 31 33 .484 5 Jacksonville. 30 34 .469 6 Syracuse. 29 34 .460 6tuesday s results Louisville 13, Rochester 3 Richmond 11, Buffalo 10syracuse 5, Columbus 2 Jacksonville 7, Toledo 4 Eastern league tuesday s results Reading 5, Binghamton 2pittsfielcl at York postponed rain Elmira at Waterbury postponed rain Southern league tuesday results Charlotte 4, Asheville 0evansville 8, Birmingham 0 Montgomery at Savannah postponed rain Texas league tuesday s. Results san Antonio 3, Arkansas 1amarillo 4, Memphis 2 Shreveport 9, Elpaso 4 Albuquerque 4, Dallas fort Worth 3 North american soccer league Eastern conference Atlantic division w l t by pts. Of a Atalanta. 10 3 3 23 92 24 13 new York. 5 4 7 23 74 24 21 Washington. 7 5 3 22 73 24 23 Baltimore. 8 8 1 20 71 20 20boston2 11 3 25 46 27 40 lakes Divisio Chicago. 7 3 6 31 91 38 30 Cleveland. 6 4 6 27 81 28 24toronto6 7 4 23 71 24 35 Detroit. 4 9 0 19 43 25 27 Western conference Gulf division Kansas City. 7 4 3 22 73 32 16houston6 8 2 21 63 29 22 St. Louis. 5 7 4 19 61 24 35 Dallas. 0 13 3 14 23 14 62 Pacific division san Diego. 11 4 3 34 109 37 20 Oakland "8 4 5 24 87 27 15 los Angeles. 6 2 7 24 61 25 15vancouver5 7 4 21 03 22 26 tuesday s result Boston 3, Washington 1 Atlanta at Detroit postponed rain orioles crush red sox to Bunker wins Baltimore a Fra Krobinson drove in three runs with a Homer and a single an Wally Bunker hurled a five hit Ter for his first Victory of the year As the Baltimore orioles crushed Boston 6-0 tuesday night. Robinson connected off loser Ray Culp 4-3, for his third Homer of the season in the third inning after Bunker walked he singled Home another run in the fifth. Bunker bothered by Arm trouble in the Spring was re called from Rochester of the in Allison captures Ala. Race Montgomery Ala. A Donnie Allison splashed to his third straight Auto racing Victory in the rain shortened Montgo Mery 200 grand touring Stock car race tuesday night. Heavy Rains delayed the race for More than an hour at the end of the 82nd Lap and finally caused an Early halt to the race when the third Shower fell Dur ing the 148th Lap. The race settled quickly into Atwo car Battle Between Allison in a Mustang and Bunkie Black Burn in a Camaro built by Day Tona Mechanic Smokey Yunick. N.c., a. Wins Allison who in the last two weeks has captured the Caro Lina 500 grand National and his first grand touring division Triumph at Richmond va., sped to the Early Lead but Blackburn passed him on the 24th Lap handheld on until the 110th Lap. The Slippery track Gav Blackburn a difficult time to Ward the end of the race. Alli son who once raced regularly on the half mile track had Little difficulty. Third place finisher was buc Baker. Country and Western Singer Marty Robbins too fourth and Al Straub was fifth. Only 12 cars started the race. Wisconsin adds Zeman As Backfield coach Evanston 111. A Bozeman 31, former University of Wisconsin Star fullback has Bee named to Northwestern univer sity s football coaching staff. Zeman a seven season Amer ican football league defensive Back with san Diego Denver an new York will be the Wildcat defensive Backfield coach. Refills a staff vacancy created when Dale Samuels retired Las Spring. Ter National league Only a week ago. Singles by Paul Blair Fred Valentine and Frank and Brooks Robinson gave the or Ioles two runs in the fifth and they added two More in the seventh on Frank Robinson s Dou ble and singles by Boog Powell and Dave Johnson. Frankly speaking Boston Foy 3b Andrews 2bystrmskl u Harrelson of Smith of Petro Clu Sscott in Ehoward Sculp p Lyle p Lahoud a Zwalewski p Jones pm Brandon p a r h by 40004000 30004 0 2 0 40103000 30103010 10000000 1 0 0 00000 10000000 Baltimore a r h by Blair of 5110valentine it 5 1 1 0 prob non u 4233powell in 4121 Robinsn 3b 4 0 2 1 Blefary c 3000djohnson 2b 3011 Belanger is 4010 Bunker p 2100 total 31 0 5 0 total 34 6 11 6 Boston 000 Odo 000 0baltimore 002 020 2 of 6 do Baltimore 1. Lob Boston 5,Baltimore 8. 2bpowell, , , , 3. . A Bunker. In h r Erbb Sculp l.4-3 41-36 4 4 1 6 Lyle 2-31 0 0 0 0 Waslewski 2 4 2 2 1 0brandon 1 0 0 0 0 1 Bunker w.l-0 9 5 0 0 1 7 hip Culp . Wpbunker.t2 20. A25,610. Top ten by the associated Prem based on 150 at bats. American league player club q a r h bin 67 224 39 71 317 Harrelson bin 66 190 33 60 .316monday Oak 56 172 22 54 314 Uhlaender Man 68 260 25 77 296 was 66 250 33 74 296carew Man 47 187 22 55 .294 w. Horton det 64 221 33 64 .290 White by 68 243 37 69 .284r. Smith bin 66 236 30 66 280 Oliva Man 9 261 29 72 .276home run , Washington 24 w. Horton Detroit 18 Harrelson Boston 15 Killebrew Minnesota 12 Yastrzemski Boston 11 Powell Baltimore 11. Rum batted in , Washington 53 Harrelson Boston 51 Powell Baltimore 45 Northrup Detroit 43 , Detroit pitching5 decisions John Chicago 6-0, 1.000 Mclain Detroit 13-2, .867 Lasher Detroit 4-1,.800 Bahnsen new York 7-2, .778 Bell Boston 6-2, .750 Wright California 6-2,.750. National league player club g a r h pet. ugh 56 192 20 69 .359rose Cin 71 293 48 100 .341 staub Hon 69 263 26 85 .323 Cin 68 275 42 88 .320flood St 71 294 42 93 .316 All 69 293 32 90 .307 Grote by 0 202 17 62 .307mlllan at 64 252 19 77 .306 Mccovey of 58 204 39 62 .304 wills ugh 64 274 38 83 .303 Home run Mccovey san Francisco 18 , Philadelphia 14 Hart san Francisco 14h.aaron, Atlanta 13 Banks Chicago 12 3targell, Pittsburgh 12 Mays san Francisco 12. Runs batted i Mccovey san Francisco 48 Perez Cincinnati 43 Bench Cincinnati 42 , Atlanta 40 staub Houston 393epeda, , 39 Santo Chicago 39 Hart Francisco 39.pitching Selma new York 7-1, .875 Marichal san Francisco 14-2, .875 Koosman new York 11-2, .846 Kline Pittsburgh 4-1, .800 Hoerner , 4-1, .800 Abernathy Cincinnati 4-1, .800. Angels choke a s rally hang on for 7-6 Victory Anaheim Calif. Up the California Angels piled up a 6-1 Lead after five innings tuesday night but then barely choked an eighth inning rally to pull out a7-6 Victory Over the Oakland athletics. Jim Mcglothlin making Only his second Relief appearance of the season took Over for thenagels in the eighth with the bases loaded and none out after Oakland scored two runs. He retired the Side with one run scoring on a double play. The Angels appeared Home free in the third inning when they scored four runs on a rally highlighted by Don Mincher s two run club used five pitchers and the Victory went to Sammy Ellis who left the game in the sixth after Danny Cater homered with Reggie Jackson aboard on a starter Jim Hunter was the loser to make his record 6-6. Ellis evened his Mark at 5-5.California tallied what proved to be the winning run in the sixth off Paul Lindblad when Bobby Knoop s Fly was dropped by Rick monday for a three base error. Knoop scored on Bubba Morton s Pinch single. The athletics drove Bot Clyde Wright and Jack Hamil Californi Aab r h by ton from the Mound in the eighth when they collected three singles and a walk As Well As hit batsman before Mcglothlin took Over to preserve the Victory. Stopper Jim Oakla dab r h by Donaldson 2b 4010 Kubiak is 5000monday of 3000 Bando 3b 5000rjackson of 2310 Cater in 5232hershbgr if 4112 Duncan c 3010 Webster pm 1011roof c 0000 Hunter p 1000segui p 0000 Firoben pm 1000 Lindblad p 1000aker p 0000 Gosger pm 0000 Sprague p 0000 total 35 Al 8 5 total 34 7 9 6 Oakland 000 1020306 California 104011 0 0 x 7ekubiak, Ellis , monday. Do California 1. Lob Oakland 9,California 9. 3brepoz. Or Mincher 5cater 2. A Repoz. In. 2 Dava Lillo a Fregosi Strep of of Hinton rom inches in Retchardt if Satriano cae Orgez 3b Knoop 2bellis p Pattin Morton pm Bromeier or Wright pm Hamilton p Mcglothin p 5110 33202122 20104112 30003011 40004100 20000000 10110000 1000 00000000 h Hunter l.6-5 2 5segui 1 0 Lindblad 21-3 3 2 Aker 12-3 0 0spraguo 1 1 0 Ellis w.5-5 5 4 3 Pattin 1 0 0 Wright 3 3j.hamilton 0 1 0 Mcglothin 2 0 0hbpellia r.jackacna10,367. R Erbb so5503 0000 2 20 30 0 1 1hunter t3 01. The closest coir starting position base where kir116 votes and Baltimore Bull to to or t monday s games a Jit Killebrew T"5 a Carew Brooks Robinson is a Swiss Sjef a Bili Freehan is. Ting list with a 2lj Powell has a .255 Batik with 11 homers and 44m1 Howard had a 2j8with 24 homers Anil through monday s games 1m his fourth season Iff senators after five Yean a 1m \ Frank Howard 1st All Star i National league with the Diangeles dodgers. He was new chosen to the no All Star spa the orioles Brooks Robvais having one of his poorest sons. He has a .234 batting with six homers and 25 runs w Ted , chosen for time in his career hasj8�mers, 39 rib and a .2 age. Carew had a .294 a Fregosi was at .261 monday s games. New York a the players for the starting american us All Star team first base Killebrew maw a Powell Baltimore 106 hbrt0�land, 32 Mantle new York 13. Mew Chicago 5 Harrelson Boston ,�a7d, Washington and Webster and or Oakland 1 each. Second Johnson Baltimore troit 36 Knoop California 5, bad balt j Alvis Cleveland 51, Emo Mullen Washington land 3 Foy Boston 2.shortstop-Fregosl, Aparicio Chicago 52, crap land 27 Petrocelli Boston Minnesota 8. Howard Washington 238, he Vail " h. Troit ova Mineso Al s0n, Boston,__47v mop � Cleveland 10 own Ellison Chicago a Sims Browns Ink Cleveland a land Browns s his foot-4 z Pui. 1084me a regular in came

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