New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
• N«w Braunfels Her aldZx/Funy Tuesday, July 5,1983Stayin' aliveHard-luck Cardinals still in NL East chase
By THS ASSOCIATED PRESS
Keith Hernandez is gone, Lonnie Smith was out of action (or a while and Joaquin Andujar is having an off year.
Yet, the defending world champion St. Louis Cardinals are only two games out of first place in the National League Cast at the All-Star break following Monday’s double-header split with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
“I consider us lucky,” St. Louis Manager Whitey Herzog said after the Cardinals lost the opener 7-2 before winning the second game 11-4.
Darrell Porter belted a grand slam and Ozzie Smith drove in three runs with four hits in the St. Louis victory. The Pirates took the first game behind Jason Thompson’s three-run homer.
In other NL games. Philadelphia downed New York 4-0, Atlanta belted Cincinnati 9-5, Houston edged Los Angeles 5-4, San Diego held on to beat San Francisco 4-3, and Montreal swept a double-header from Chicago, winning the opener 6-3 and taking the second game 4-2.
St. Louis ripped Pittsburgh starter Jim Bibby, 3-9, in the first game and finished with 18 hits, four by George Hendrick. Ozzie Smith’s 4-for-5 performance raised his average from .191 to .205.
Neil Allen, who was 2-7 when the New York Mets traded he and Rick Ownbey to St. Louis for Her
nandez last month, started and won the second game. Allen, 3-1 with the Cardinals, gave up a three-run homer to Richie Hebner and Bill Madlock’s solo blast.Phillies 4. MetsO
A holiday crowd of 52,710 saw Steve Carlton throw a four-hitter and strike out nine to regain the all-time strikeout lead.
Carlton, 9-9, now has 3,569 career strikeouts, eight more than Houston's Nolan Ryan. It was Carlton’s 294th lifetime victory.
Bob Dernier squeezed home the game's first run in the third inning and Joe Lefebvre’s RBI triple made it 2-0 in the fourth.Expos 8-4, Cubs 3-2
Chicago began the day just two games behind front-running Montreal in the NL East. But Andre Dawson and Gary Carter made sure the Cubs wouldn’t catch the Expos.
Dawson belted two home runs, giving him 17 this season, and doubled while Carter also homered as Montreal won the opener, ending the Expos' five-game losing streak and snapping Chicago’s six-game victory string. Carter also homered in the second game.Braves 9, Reds 5
Chria Chambliss had three run-scoring singles while Claude ll Washington and Dale Murphy added three hits apiece in Atlanta’s 14-hit attack, which — coupled with Los Angeles’ loss — moved the Braves into first place in the NL West.
Chambliss had an RBI single in the Braves’ three-run first inning, drove in another during a three-run fifth and singled home another run in a two-run sixth.
Pete Falcone raised his record to 7-1 after taking over for Ken Dayley in the fourth.Padres 4, Giants 3
Mark Thurmond, making his second start in the majors, won his second game with some clutch relief by Gary Lucas.
Sixto Lezcano drove in two runs with a triple and a single as San Diego took 4-1 lead against Mike Krakow, 5-5.
But Joel Youngblood, who smacked a solo homer in the fourth, drilled a two-run homer to pull San Francisco within 4-3 with no outs in the top of the eighth.
The Giants then proceeded to load the bases against Erie Show, who was making his first relief appearance of the season, with three straight
singles.Old-timers spice All-Star contest
CHICAGO (AP) — The year was 1983 and baseball decided it would help Chicago celebrate its World’s Fair with a unique idea, an All-Star Game matching the best players in the two leagues against each other.
The starting pitcher for the American League was Lefty Gomez, who had a distinctly southpaw view of the world. He reflected on that first game assignment on the eve of Wednesday night’s 50th anniversary game in Cotniskey Park.
“Let’s see,” noted Gomez. “Fifty years ago. I must have been five.”
He was, in fact, 24 at the time, and a flame-thrower. Before the game, Gomez said. American League Manager Connie Mack went over the National League lineup with his pitcher.
“Paul Waner, fastball hitter; Wally Berger, fastball hitter; Bill Terry, fastball hitter; Their first five guys were fastball hitters and I was a fastball pitcher. I told Mr.
Mack that would be tough.”
Gomez survived, pitching three shutout innings, and even delivered a single, driving In the first ran of the game.
Gomez was among 13 of the 15 survivors from the 1933 Game who accepted invitations to appear at the Golden Anniversary Game — Bill Terry and Woody English were unable to make it.
The current stars held workouts at Comiskey Park today after two oldtimers teams spiced their reunion with a game of their own.
“I hope it doesn’t go long,” observed Gomez, “because rigor mortis might set in.”
Dick Bartell, the National League shortstop, brought along his original glove, a beat-up model, and he pounded the pocket lovingly.
“The American Leaguers laughed when they saw it, but it was good to me,” he said.
Splittorff, Royals shut down Angels, 5-1
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kansas City’s Paul Splittorff came within one out of his first shutout in five years Monday night, but he settled for a victory.
Splittorff pitched a four-hitter and I .eon Roberts drove in two runs as the Royals knocked off the California Angels 5-1. The Angels’ Brian Downing’s RBI single with two out in the ninth broke up the shutout.
In other American League games, the New York Yankees blanked the Boston Red Sox 4-0, the Oakland A’s nipped the Texas Rangers 4-3, the Chicago White Sox trimmed the Minnesota Twins 12-6 and the Milwaukee Brewers downed the Cleveland Indians 8-3. Seattle-Toronto and Baltimore-Detroit were rained out, the latter game halted in the top of the fifth
with the Orioles ahead 5-4.
The Royals jumped on Tommy John for three runs in the first two innings. Hal McRae's first-inning single scored U.L. Washington, who singled and went to second on a grounder by George Brett.
After Willie Aikens doubled and John Wathan walked in the second, RBI singles by Roberts and Greg Pryor made it 3-0. Roberts drove in another run with a sacrifice fly in the third.
White Sox 12, Twins 6
At Minneapolis, Greg Walker drove in five runs with a two-run homer and a three-run double, while Dennis Lamp earned the victory with 61-3 innings of relief.
Vance Law led off the eighth inning for Chicago with a
double and pinch runner Jerry Hairston was sacrificed to third. Julio Cruz walked and stole second and Rudy Law was intentionally walked to load the bases.
With two out. Walker, who homered in the sixth, doubled to clear the bases and give the White Sox a 98 lead.
Brewers 8, Indians 3
At Cleveland, Milwaukee's Ben Oglivie, selected earlier in the day to replace the injured Reggie Jackson on the AL All-Star squad, celebrated by clouting his fourth career grand slam in the first inning following two-out singles by Robin Yount and Cecil Cooper and a walk to Ted Simmons.
Winner Don Sutton allowed three runs and nine hits in seven innings as the Brewers won for the eighth time in the last IO games.
NBTA schedules teem tourney
The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor a team tennis tournament Saturday beginning at 8:30 a m. at the New Braunfels High School tennis courts.
Anyone interested should call 629-1269, 829-6112 or 625-8672 by Friday
A social at the home of Ruthie and Dave Perkins will follow the tournament.
NB Aquatic Club grabs 60 ribbons
BOERNE — Prissy Saucedo, Yvette Rosales and Celeste Garcia swam B tunes last weekend as 15 New Braunfels Aquatic
Club swimmers captured 60 ribbons at the Boerne swim meet.
New Braunfels swimmers took 40 third-place or better ribbons, with five swimmers taking firsts in individual events.
Saucedo led all swimmers with two B times, three first places and two second places. Her cousin Lorendo Saucedo took four firsts and a second in his five events.
New swimmer David Stock had two firsts, two seconds and a third in the 8-and-under age group, while Rosales and Crissey Tharp added one first each.
Several other swimmers had high finishes, including Garcia with four seconds and two thirds as well as her B time. Tharp,
Leigh Bingham, Jennifer Arnold and Diego Rosales all took second- or third-place
In addition, two 200-meter frestyle relay teams took first-place ribbons in the 10-and-under division. For the girls, the team was Garcia, Saucedo, Bingham and Heather
Simpson; for the boys, it was Stock. Rosales, Tharp and Saucedo
Jeff and Josh Hendry will compete next weekend in the South Texas Junior Olympics at Blossom Center in San Antonio, and the entire New Braunfels team will swim July 16-17 at the Kerrville B-C Championships.
Foursome captures NBG A tournament
The foursome of D. Hart, L. Strickland, R. Zavala and H. Harborth fired a 54 to take the New Braunfels Golf Association best-ball foursome tournament at the Lands Park Golf Course last weekend.
Four teams tied for second with 56.
In the individual competition. E.L. Reed had a net 65 to take A flight, L. Strickland had a net 70 to win B flight, H. Graham had a net 66 to take C flight and C. Sluka had a net 63 in D flight. D. Douglas has low gross with 67, and D. Annetta won closest-to-the-hole on hole No. 12.
Tuesday's games at New Braunfels Middle School: Comaltex Insurance vs. The Herald. 6:30 p.m.; Oma’s Haus vs. Jesse's Discount, 7:45 p.m.; Batey
Construction vs. Hookers Hoopers, 9 p.m.
Golf: July 30-31,
(anda Park Men s City Championship; August 6-7, Lands Park Women’s City Championship tourney.
Multiple Sclerosis Longest Day of Golf — Wednesday, July 6, at Lands Park Golf Course, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Seguin Tennis Open:
July 14-17, Starcke Park.
(If you or your sports group would like your local sports announcement to appear in the Herald Zmtung sports calendar, mail the annoucement to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 or caU (512) 625-9144 and ask for Kari Mitchell.)
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