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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 16, En jo ye.d short World Series appearance more Ryan hurls gem but not thrilled By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Nolan Ryan pitched the American League's second no- hitter of the baseball season Tuesday night as California An- gels defeated Kansas City Roy- als 3-0. It was the first no-bitter for the 26-year-old right-hander who struck out 12 Royals batters. Asked if he thought it was his most thrilling moment in base- ball, Ryan said: into a World Series game was a greater Ryan insisted. "That was That was when he was a member cf New York Mets _in 1969, when he pitched 2 1-3 in- nings of scoreless, three-strike- out relief to preserve a -victory over Baltimore. In Tuesday night's other American League games, Mil- w a u k e e Brewers defeated Cleveland Indians 2-1 in 17 in- nings. Minnesota Twins beat Texas Rangers 9-5 and Chicago White Sox edged Oakland A's 6- 5 in 12 innings. The Baltimore- at-Boslon and Detroit-at-New York Yankees games were rained cut. CHASED IX LAST START la his last start last Friday. Ryan lasted a scant one-third of an Lining against the White Sox. who drove Mm from the mound with a five-run, four-hit barrage. "I think that shelling helped me bear said Ryan, last Year's major league strikeout leader with 329 who raised lias major league-leading total to 82 with his dozen against the Roy- 35th time in his career he's fanned 10 or more in a game. like that." he said of the White Sox' shellack- ing, ''makes you wake up and bear down." And bear down he did, fan- ning the side in the first inning, in which be gave up one of Ms three walks. Inning after inning went by. By the seventh, it would seem, the Kansas City fans would be in an up- roar. After all, they knew what no-hitters were all about. Their own Steve Busby had thrown one at Detroit less than three weeks ago. In the ninth inning, Ryan dis- posed of Fred Patek en a pop foul off first base, then fanned Steve Hovley. Tbat left it up to Amos Otis. The Kansas City slugger came witMn a few feet of destroying Ryan's efforts. Richardson, Durocher upset with umpiring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Phil Niekro's five-hit pitching wasn't what bothered Houston Astros' general manager Spec i Richardson and manager Leo Durocher. Ncr was it Dusty Baker's three-run homer, which pro- vided the batting support for Atlanta Braves" 4-1 National League baseball victory over the Astros Tuesday night. It was the umpiring. "I'm fed up with said Richardson. "I'm tired of my j ball club being beaten by umpires." ELsewhere in the National League, Chicago Cubs beat New York Mets 4-3. Pittsburgh Pi- rates nipped Montreal Expos 9-8 in 11 innings, St. Louis Cardi- nals defeated Philadelphia Phillies 3-4, Cincinnati Reds beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 and San Francisco Giants topped San Diego Padres 4-2. The play that irked Richard- son, Durocher and the Astros came in the ninth inning. With one out and Atlanta ahead 3-1. Baker singled and Mike Lum walked. Dave Johnson then hit into what looked like a double-play grounder, but second base um- pire Brace Froemming ruled that second baseman Tommy Helms did not tench the bag. First baseman Lee May, tMnking the double play had ended the game, flipped the ball to first base umpire Paul Pryor, and Baker scampered home with the Braves' fourth run. Durocher then announced he was playing the game under i protest, claiming Pryor did not let the Astros make a play on Baker at the plate. "Pryor had the ball in his Durocher said. "As soon as ,he saw the man (Baker) running home and the signal by Froemming, he threw the ball to the ground. "If May has the ball he throws the man out. But there's no way you can throw a man out if you do not have the ball. And that's why we protested." 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