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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE U1HBRIDGE HFRAtD Tueitltiy, Cdobct 10, 1972 Tigers innsl luirc n win aiming lor a sweep DKTK01T (AP> Right- hander -Kv: Coleman fmd the job of keeping Detroit Tigers' liopos alive as Oakland aimed for sweep totlay in baseball's American League playoffs. The Athletics, who took the Rnls fight first two gumes in the bast-of- five serie; at Oakland, count- ered with left-hander Ken I an. An Oakland victory would advance them (o the Series against the Na- tional League champion. The Tigers, facing elimina- tion, rcmaitied confident, of a "If we win I o d a said manager Billy JMarlin at Mon- day's workout, win three in a row. Pirates emerge ahead CINCINNATI (Al'l Pitts-1 was keyed by outfielder Rennie burgh Pirates were going to steal j Stcnnctt and catcher Manny leaf from Hie book of Cmcin-i Snnguillen. Relief pitchers uali Heds and try to win the Bruce Kison and Dave Giusti National League pennant today came on to check the Reds' big with thf help sore-arm bats after Pittsburgh wiped out pilclier Deck ELUs. a 2-0 Cincinnati lead. The Pirptes, however, hone j Stennett mode the first big (hey have better luck than theiplay. Cincinnati's Johnny Kc-ds. Bench tripled leading off the Ciiiemmui pinned its hopesj fourth with the Reds already up Pittsburgh manager Bill Vir- don agreed with Anderson. "Steimett's tlirow was the biggest play of the said the Pirates' skipper. He also had praise tor Sang- uillcu, whom he had benched in Sunday's second game hunch that backup catch May was the guy to play that We've always risen up to the situation before and can do it again." Martin and the Tigers got one piece of good news before their workout. They learned that Oakland shortstop Bert Camp- aneris had been .suspended from the remainder of the play- offs and fined for hurling bis bat. at Tiger pitcher Lerrin LaGrow in Sunday's second game. MARTIN PLEASED exclaimed Martin. "That's what he liad coming." Martin had led a Tiger charge out of the dugout after Sanguillen had slumped the last two months of the sea- the Athletics' shortstop was hit by a pitch and responded by heaving his bat. It took three umpires to keep the Tiger skip- per away from Campaneris. Billy had cooled off consider- mS OLlru "by the time the Tigers u _! worked out Monday and sug- gested that Campaneris' ex- Monday on the ailing right arm 2-o. 01 Gary Nolan, but the pressure Pirates' starter Nelson Briles son. dropping from a .32o aver- of going all-out anainsl the fiot Tony Perez on a running j age in August to .208. power-packet! I'iltsburgb lineup! b a c k-to-the-plute catch by took iis toll. shortstop (ieue Alley. He then cinltmtati Nolan's arm stiffened in the walked Denis Menke. Cesar piMsbuWn sixth inning and he left with a i Geronimo hit a fly ball to Sten- one-run lead that the Pirates I f'-ett in left, and- the outfielder; au'ncn. MRS: Cm-Morgan" overcame 3-2 to hike :i 2-1 lead fired a strike to Sangmllen to [Oliver 100 CCO 1 300 030 S in the pennant play- nail Bench trying to score after off. the catch. or GAS' i "That beat said Cincin- ''1 v.ent as linrtV as I could jnati manager Sparky Anderson, I for as long as 1 could." said the still "insisted the playoff dejected NoUin, harl! would go five games. "I pitched 15 inning since the all-! thought that was the turning I star game in July anil hndivt! point of the game, completed a contest since shul-i "Our report that Stenneii ting out I.os Angeles Dodgers 5-'' had a better-than-average 0 on June just ran out of; bul wasn't that accurate." Ellis' story is almost a car- bon copy. The right- handed pitcher has a chronic elbow condition. He six in- nincs Sept. 3fl. allowed one hiMo NVw York Mels. but it xvas his firsl ?ince Sept 13. The Pirates1 victorv -tco fencn, picked off five Oiler jjasses and flroppcd othcT prtssihlp tfoals of 46 and b> Bhsnfia R 10-yard louch- rlo'Aii pass to Rave Oakland a 130 lead going into (he fourth when tlir- hfiHorn coll.'in.-od for llir: .iiin.rrn finniic 7.'> f.'iRif: in fror'n sy !'1 Mike Siimi ffjr ;i TD u- (iprn tho fourlh arc! Ranv.L replioHs by N'cmish Wil.vrt3 and Otis Sistrunk set up (he final two TDs-a 1-1-yard run by Clar- ence Davi.s and a 2-yard pass from Ken Stabler to tigliL cud i Jioh Moore. Typical of Hie Oilers' per- formance the seconrl quar- ter defensive end Greg I Sampson fell on an Oakland I fumble <-it tlit: Haider Iwo-yan-i line. 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