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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE June Sweep two from Atlanta Sunday Reds regain second place The ASSOCIATED PRESS Tony Pci ez was standing at home plate, waiting to lead off the 12th inning for Cincinnati Reds It was the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against Atlanta Braves. Catcher Johnny Dates was wrestling with reliever Joe Niekro's knuckleball. Perez laughed "You're having trouble catching he said, "and I'm supposed to hit Then the Reds' slugger did exactly that, sending a Niekro pitch into the centre field seats for a 2-1 Cincinnati victory and a sweep of the doubleheader against Atlanta In the opener, Roger Nelson won his first game since May 26 with Joe Morgan contributing three hits, including a two-run homer to a 4-2 victory. The sweep returned the Reds to second place in the National League's West Division 6Vz games behind Los Angeles Dodgers. Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, Montreal Expos trimmed St Louis Cardinals 4-2, Chicago Cubs rapped Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3. Houston Astros defeated San Diego Padres 8-2 and Los Angeles topped San Francisco Giants 4-3. New York's game at Philadelphia was rained out In Saturday games, Pitts- burgh beat Chicago 6-0, Phila- delphia Phillies swept a doubleheader from New York Mets 5-2 and 8-5, Cincinnati topped Atlanta 3-2, San Diego defeated Houston 6-2, Los Angeles edged San Francisco 3-2 and St. Louis downed Montreal 4-3. Bill Madlock's tie-breaking single keyed a four-run eighth inning that gave the Cubs their victory over the Pirates. Jose Cardenal drew a one- out walk, reached second on shortstop Frank Taveras' error, ther. stole third and scored on Madlock's single to left. Home runs by Cesar Cedeno and Bob Watson and pitcher Claude Osteen's two-run double led Houston to its rout of the Padres. Ninth-inning singles by Tim Foli and Ken Singleton drove in the tie-breaking runs and moved Montreal past St. Louis. Pinch-hitter Barry Foote's leadoff single started the win- ning rally. Ron Hunt followed with a bloop single after faking a bunt, sending pinch- runner Larry Lintz to third and setting the stage for Foil and Singleton Rick and Rico combination was hot The ASSOCIATED PRESS Rico Petrocelh. hobbled by a pulled hamstring muscle that has knockoed him off third base and left him as Boston Red Sox' designated hitter, belted a pair of solo home runs Sunday And Rick Wise, recovering from a broken finger, pitched five solid innings in his first start in a month The Rick- and Rico combination, plus some healthy hitting, powered Boston to an 8-0 rout of Cleveland Indians and enabled the Red Sox to widen their American League East lead to games over Detroit Tigers. In Sunday's other games, New York Yankees beat the Tigers 4-1, Milwaukee Brewers walloped Baltimore Orioles 9-4, Kansas City Royals defeated Oakland A's 4-1. California Angels crushed Texas Rangers 10-2 and in a doubieheader. Chicago Cubs edged Minnesota White Sox 2- 1 before the Twins tripped the White Sox 4-3. In Saturday's games, Detroit beat New York 4-1, Chicago defeated Minnesota 3- 1. Cleveland beat Boston 11-8 and 3-0. Baltimore defeated Milwaukee 7-2. Oakland edged Kansas City 3-2 and California beat Texas 7-4 Petrocelli unloaded his eighth homer of the year into Fenway Park's left-field screen in the second inning to give Boston a 2-0 lead. The Red Sox added three more runs in the third on a double by Tommy Harper, a single by Dick McAuliffe, two walks and a two-run single by Rick Miller. Petrocelli hit his second homer in the fifth. Boston wrapped up the romp with runs in the seventh and eighth innings. 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They had been co-leaders with three-under-par marks of 141 following Saturday's second-round play They both were one-over-par in their final rounds For his first victory in three playoff tries, Panasiuk won of the total prize money, plus the Peter Jackson Trophy and a diamond ring. Jim Colbert earns playoff victory AKRON, Ohio (AP) It was a routine shot for a par five, but Jim Colbert couldn't have been more excited with a hole in one A four-man, sudden-death playoff Sunday had been nar- rowed to Colbert and Ray Floyd. And when Floyd's bold bid for a birdie turned into a bogey instead, that routine par shot was enough to give Colbert the title in the American Golf Classic, the fourth victory of his career, and Floyd and the other two playoff losers, Forrest Fezler and veteran Gay Brewer, each got "I'm real Colbert said. "I've won before, but this is my first on national televison. It's my first on a really great golf course. It's just great." 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