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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Page 10 Herald-Zeitung, New Biauntels Texas Thursday August 6,1987Cowboys' Sherrard injured, out for year nuns WI) OAKS. Cant \P Mike Sherrard’s fractured right leg not only lias put the gifted Dallas ('ow troy s' wide receiver out tor the season but toreed Coach Tom Landry to rethink Ins entire passing game The Cowboys bad planned to go deep to the I lect Sherrard this year atter the I Wk first round draft choice from I ( LA averaged t : yards per catch last season Wed built our deep passing attack around him. " Landry said Sherrard went down during a pass scum mage against the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday He tripped over cornerback Carl Bra/ley and when Sherrard fell his left leg crossed over his right leg. causing the fracture I did it to myself. Sherrard said as he was being loaded into an ambulance tm the ride to a hospital It was inst a beaks thing " The ('owt)oys are coming oft a 7 ii season, including a I 7 finish Landry said We ll have to build our pass mg game around somebody else now but you really can't at lord to lose you! top plover We tune play cts who can play so se tneone else will have to take charge Landry wasn't certain who would take Sherrard's place The wide receiver position has been plagued by injuries Newly acquired wide receiver Hod Barksdale pulled a hamstring muscle in the scrimmage against the ( bai gel s On Tuesday. Hay Mex under broke his arm and last week rookie wide receive! Kvet ti Cay severely sprained an ankle Club President Tex Schramm said It .as "We'll have to build our passing qa me around somebody else now but you really can't afford to lose your top player. We have players who can play so so meone else will have to take char cie.'    Dallas    Conch Tom Landry a very b eaky sad thing to happen I doubt he Shet i,ad has a chance to play this season We re not concerned about this season We in ^ncerned about hts future It s a tremendous loss He was one of the cornerstones ot our off season program K\cry thing was built around him You hate to see it happen For it to happen is a crime Of all people Sherrard’s 41 pass receptions for 744 yards last year was the best performance by a Dallas rookie receiver since Bob Hayes caught lh passes in 1965 A walk on at I (’LA Sherrard was the school s all time leading receiver Mike was going to he a big part of our of tense this year.' said tight end Dong Cosbie It s a little depressing I really feel sorry for Mike He had worked so hard The whole thing about our team this year was to keep healthy Now it looks like our whole passing game will have to be rethought Hetired Dallas wide receiver Drew Pear son. who watched the incident from the sidelines said it’s shocking I had told him Sherrard earlier this week that if he avoid cd injury he was going to have an All-Pro season This leaves a big void on the team Pearson added Dallas really doesn't have another deep threat Barksdale has great speed but he has a long vv ays to go I don't see him helping by opening day The Cowboys obtained Barksdale Monday from the Los Angeles Haiders in a trade tor cornerback Hon Fellow s Sherrard was second in fan voting last year tor the NFL rookie of the year He caught five touchdown passes At least we lost Mike early so we will have time to make a change " Cosbie said •Emotionally this really hurts the team because we know w hat he can do Nev. Braunfels adjusts a new c player Equipmer Smithson Vane. schools on Wed rn Crh lark Nicklaus feels repeater may win Championship PALM BF M HG AUDENS Fla AP .tack Nicklaus says that no one has claimed more than one title in the last 18 major championships because there are so many good placers on the PG A Tour don E S OIH mated his that nobody ha-Nicklaus said Wedne eek Austral); than ot Ti Nelson s Nu siam ■g N< mavin* I vc Baller i more op »rt unit ie But he s no ie’h< ie gi Ugli a the lough inside the rope the fungus problem the greens are probably a lot better than most in south Florida at this time of the year Nicklaus was asked who he favored and after saying he hadn t though about it asked “Who s playing lit ^tarted rev,mg off the names of such straight hitter' .I' loin Kite British open champion Nuk Faldo and Pi; N l our money leader Paul Avinger Ut ’tier. mentioned Hale Irwin and after t>e;ng advised fliat Irwin wasn’t entered Nicklaus 'aid He was my favorite Hoping ti avoid problems with the afternoon thunder shower' that normally spring up in south Florida in August PG \ official' 'cheduled threesomes to start on the tit st and loth tees for the first two rounds The first threesomes in the field of I NO faced a 6 30 a rn PDT starting time Among the more interesting groupings were those that had Nu klans Arnold Palmer and Tom A alson in one and the winners of the seasons three earlier majors in another Masters champion Larry Mize I s open win ne! 'n ott Simpson and Faldo the British < 'pen w inner If Nicklaus prediction that one of the last tH major win net' would w • this week his list of favorites would also i..iv*- in include himself Norman Ballesteros and IN: 'im hut not Scotland's Sandy Lyle who won in Britain t ah years ago Lyle isn t in the field The other players with major tit!**' in the last 4 year' an Ben < lenshaw West Germany s Bernhard Lunger Ne.son Fuzzy /atelier Ands Nortf. Hay Floyd Mal sui ti-:. I i-« I rev mu Hut*er t Green and defending PLA win tier Bob Tw asHouston completes sweep of Giants (Sport sworld B. THE ASSOCIATE O PR FSS Hot STON Hi    rid ' rn Francisco combine** '* * -c arri runs over ll inning' bul in the end it was a cont rove! sud ne 1    ' .«•»»the N't ms on then jv in    tor1, over the Giants and ti ee game St I ll >- v * * ©6p With the Giant' ie ohm 5 Wednesday night Houston s Billy Hatcher hit a tw ■ a ■ e to leu Billy Doran then rn we : him to cond w itll a sing!* ip in** ne • * Atter a double Vim and . .ilk to catcher Alan Asm k* * rn Ba" it a line drive single that i ut *    ••    dei ('hill Davis appeal i*d to catch lot hie game vv inning out Rut tint bus*-urn pile    Dutch*    .e t.    •    t    ii.- . gave    the sal* mg* n>    Haft    bel    ’ Doran tying the game 5 ** • it all 28.000 fans add tin- two bal clubs he's the closest to the play tnt he missed it Bu* th ' g a batt club and we aret • g- eg Ic iii said    Giants manage    Hog!    ;    th . who    immediate! v . a    -• -u    •    He* nert on the cai. Pinch bitte! Denny tt ailing drove in the winning run in the bottom ot hie lith Twelve of the iii st ii Giant'reach cd base, but three Houlton double plays and an aborted steal attempt by Bob Bi enly in tho a** end hi d the Giants to only tic** runs Houston s rebel pitcher*' spaced six hits over the last six innings shut ting out the Giant' the rest of the way Meanwhile six Astros batters had multihit gains to iead the com chack The win was ti e fourth st!night tor the Astros and Ha* tout th * '*•< rn .* loss for the Giants rn f c e division leading Cinncinat; > on Friday at Candlestick Pm* • sal Tran cisco Rangers 8, Red Sox 8 Just about th* time the knockout count over the Texas Hangers -started, tile fledgling team climbs oil tile canvas and delivers t havmaker of its own I railing by five i uhs going into tm-final three inning' Wednc'C .* nigh! the Hangers .comd fix rd iv un, of tile game and rn at H* mu “I think they expected us to stay down said Kungei left tie! et B * Blower whodrov** in th* nei w h a two out base' b»ad»**i • m th. bottom of 'i* ii, ( ii -t lot us We V* ■*-. ,    ,, -1 f > year Yankees 5, Indians 2 A rn erie an 1 en que Bn hen Pe .itll a ti ti me It turin E xpos 2, Cat dinals I jam in Hi Galarraga *r st I it ol tine** in i i said Calor hits tied the Mets 13, Phillips 3 lib! f* N cl t I cl ■iquo Reds 6 Dodgers 3 Blue Jays 3 White Sox 2 Angels 6 I wins I o He faced the batters thanks Athletics 3, Mariners I and took 'lim ii hit n break Padres 7, Br aves 3 oliim mist tie for plat e a- Just* Kip) and Gene Ne combined on a (ive lintel and t unseen hit his 2 (rd homer Hijo 2 5 called up trom Taeon the Pacific (’oast League just bt the game to replace th** injured quill Nodular allowed (ive hits ii innings Nelson pitched hitless ovei the (mal J I I innings to pie hi' second save Hist ISO!) Jose ta of ■fore Joa I 5 2 ball k up > " ’ ,m”“    nt    T igors 4, Royals 2 I Stan .Jeifei on still**** ruulioinei appe*i a five i un second nilling .is    rat Sheridan. Lou NMiitaker and «n Diego on at Ntlanta    ^an Trainmen iiomered and Walt < .arr \ Templeton and bitt her Jim    Terrell improved Ins record at Tiger iv June > flit HBI 'ingles be joie Jet mn Pir ates IO, Cubs 0 itched .i in* I ishei second 'indium to 27-7 with his fifth com plete game as Detroit handed Bret Sah*M bagel) ills fourth straight loss Br ewer s 5, Orioles I Milwaukee beat Baltimore tor th** eighth consecutive time this season I' Sfev «* F » r hit his second homer gin- .aiii Ted Higuera pitched a six hjttei and'H uck out IO Niekro suspended tor IO game period Mm ‘.is lo day suspension tor 'nut et tails Im**, ai Use* of other fat ru an League i*resident Dr Brown suspended Ni**kro on 'day on Monday night was ejected from a game California after umpires liter rn ii se’ five the I don I have to st un a knuckleball and I threw mainly knueklebalis N lek rn saltl The league said Niekro hail inform ed it through the I vt ins that tie would appeal the suspension which would f •- I ic *! * I it abey ant ** pending a hem mg yet to ta- scheduled But after < alifornia > *1 victory over Min nesota tai \S«*diu*sday Niekro s.tid Tie may not follow through with an ap peal it a hearing date might serve to jeopardize his play ot I eligibilit y Niekro said that if a hearing wet* scheduled tor tat** August anti ins suspension upheld he might ta* off the roster on Sept I It I rn not on the roster Sept I I may not be eligible tor the playoffs " Niekro said We ll just have to wait and see Niekro bas gone >H with a 4 54 earned run average for the Twins who an* in a virtual tie with Oakland for the American League West lead He said in* would talk today to Twins executive vice president Anils Mac Phail I ll Know the answers to those Score board juesfions after talking to Mr Ma* Phail Niekro said Niekro sac! he us*' sandpaper and emery a' do most knuv kiebalier' t< manicure (us fingernails Howe s return to Maiors stalled by Ueberroth \FW 5 UKK AF The proposed i et urn to the major leagues of pitcher Steve Howe whose career w**' eopardized by drug um* apparently ' 'talu*d over a difference of opinion between ’he I ex a' Hangers and t aseball i ommissioner Deter I ebei roil, on the timing of such a move Tile problem according to publish « i : cpi o!s to*lay is tiiat the Hangers « ie-.** ’he eft funded relief pitcher ' I* adv to return to the majors But ’!:• ommissioner s office did not t ai ’he return during a meeting We tnesdsay with Hangers officials I here i' an obv urns disagreement between the Hangers and tin* corn til "loner s office regarding Steve ll .vt club president Mike stone told th** Dallas Times Herald on his return Wednesday night to Arlington Texas I don t want to get into it but it iltH*'ti t lake a rocket scientist to figure out what it is “ Hangers General Manager Tom Grieve said the team doesn t need permission to bring Howe up from its AA A American \"Celation club at < iktahorna «'it y We don t need I eberroth s ap provui Grieve told the Fort Worth stor I'clt'nram But we don J want to do anything to upset major league baseball steve Howe has done everything and more oft the field and on the field to prove he's a good baseball player and a first class citizen I eberroth met with stone and Hanger s ow tier Eddie Chiles On the air thursday Ii am ‘.alt I’*.A Championship firs! round I-.SPN pm Loll IA Championship first round ESPN 4 p in Baseball san Diego ai Ntlanta VV TBS * in p rn Baseball ( ilk ago ( uhs at Now N ork Met' NGA n pm    Auto    rasing I SAI sprints from Hinsdale 111    ESPN FRIDAY ll din    Golf    PLA Championship    se cond round ESPN lpm    Golf    id.A ( hampionship    se cond round ESPN I. U) p m    Baseball Chicago ( uhs at New York Met' WIA i* 15 p rn    Baseball Atlanta at Dis Angeles VV I HS IO p m    Hors** racing Breeder s (rown ESPN It’s that time again ;