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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMBHIOWC July 1974 Martin left both games saw only one inning of nightcap ASSOCIATED PRESS Billy Martin was thrown out both games of a double- leader with Milwaukee Brewers Sunday The Texas Ranger manager to see seven innings of the first won 9-3 by Mil- waukee but was gone after one inning of the nightcap won 5-4 by Texas Home plate umpire Ron Lu- ciano ejected Martin after Pete Broberg's brush-back pitch to George Scott in the seventh inning A Broberg pitch had decked Milwaukee shortstop Robin Yount an inn- ing earlier and Luciano had warned both benches against bean balls THE ONLY THINS THIS BLOKE CAN KEEP WITH IS THE DECLINE S IN IW2RAL Fists flew on Sunday as Pirates-Reds split ASSOCIATED PRESS There were a lot of fists fly ng in Three Rivers Stadium Sunday when Pittsburgh 3irates showed they are anything but hot except under he collar The Buts had the first jame of their double-header 3- to Cincinnati on Tony Perez' hree-run first-inning homer and were tied 1 1 with the in the fourth inning of he nightcap Then Bruce -Cison the Pirates' vho had already been warned about throwing brush-back Ditches found himself on the -eceivmg end of com- Dliments of Jack Billmgham rhe pitch hit Kison on the arm When I warned I old Sparky that he was gone if us guy said home slate umpire Ed Sudol More than a dozen other Dlayers threw but onh Eddie Kosco and Ed Kirkpatrick were ejected When things cooled off Richie Hebner singled home Chuck Brinirnan with the winning run in the Pirates 2-1 triumph In Sunday's other National League New York Mets beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 Atlanta Braves blanked St Louis 7 Houston Astros edged Chicago Cubs 7-6 in 12 innings Philadelphia Phillies swept San Francisco Giants 5 2 and 7 4 and Montreal Expos did the same to San Diego Padres 6 1 and 6- 2 In Saturday s games Cincinnati beat Pittsburgh 9-4 San Francisco defeated Philadelphia Atlanta downed St Louis Houston blanked r Chicago San Diego defeated Montreal 5-1 and Los Angeles edged New York 2-1 Ken Singleton hit a three- run homer to cap a four-run third inning in the first game and Willie Davis drove in two runs one of them with a triple to highlight a three-run third inning in the enabl- ing the Expos to sweep past San Diego Mike Torrez hurled a six- hitler -n the opener then rookie Dennis Blair checked the Padres on five hits before getting ninth-inning relief help in the second game Bud who missed 29 games with a broken bone in his right hand got an RBI infield single -n the fourth inn- ing to give New York its winn- ing run Cleon Jones later hit a two run homer Phil Niekro cooled off St Louis with a five hitter Dave Johnson smacked a three-run homer and Baker drove in two runs with a first-inning sacrifice fly and a third-inning single off young Ray Bare It happened and Broberg joined his manager in the clubhouse after two of his pitches came close to Bob Col- luccio's head Martin didn't last as long in the second game He was thrown out after protesting a pitch OTHERS EJECTED Vso ejected from the se- cond game were Texas m- fielder Lenny Texas coach Frank Lucchesi and Milwaukee manager Del Crandall In other American League games Chicago White Sox beat Baltimore Orioles 3- 1 Kansas City Royals nipped Detroit Tigers 2-1 in the 14th Boston Red Sox blank- ed California Angels Oakland A's swept a doubleheader from New York 7-3 and and Minnesota Twins nudged Cleveland In- dians 6-5 in 10 innings In Saturday's New York defeated Oakland California Boston 12- Milwaukee downed Texas 5- 2 Minnesota edged Cleveland 2-1 Detroit defeated Kansas City 8-2 and Baltimore nipped Chicago 2-1 Before he was Scott drove in five runs with a three-run homer and two doubles to help Milwaukee win the first game Toby Harrah s double and an error by short- stop Tim Johnson keyed a two- run fourth and Tom Grieve hit a home lifting Texas to victory in the second game Bill Melton cracked a two- run homer in the first inning to give Stan Bahnsen and Chicago a victory over Baltimore Melton's 12th home run of the season came off left hander Ross who wern into the game with a streak of six complete-game victories WALKS IN WINNER A bases-loaded walk to Hal McRae with two out in the 14th inning gave Kansas City its triumph over Detroit's Jim who had come in to re- lieve at the start of the 14th Luis Tiant pitched a seven- hitter and Rico Petrocelli scored two carrying Boston past ending the Angels modest two-game winning streak Sal Bando s three run homer capped a five-run seventh inning that lifted Oakland over New York in the tirst game of their doubleheader Bill North and Bando drilled first-inning home and the A s added four runs in the eighth inning to take the se- cond game For one low price Esso experts will give your car m O'll including up to 4 quarts of any Esso warranty-approved motor oil New oil filter 'We know how much you depend on your All work guaranteed no days or 1 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