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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Bannister scalps Indians, 8-0 By HERSCHEL NISSEN30N AP Sports Writer rayd Bannister had been a disappointment since Signing a lucrative free-agent contract with the Chicago White Sos last December. But Tuesday night he finally came around. He pitched a five-hitter for his first shutout of the season, an ft-0 rout of the Cleveland Indians in Chicago. Bannister said he’s been working on “timing and... consistency.” Catcher Carlton Fisk, who hit two homers and drove in three runs, said of Bannister: “He was fantastic. Not many balls were hit hard at all and he mixed his pitches real well.” In other American League games, Toronto beat Kansas City 9-6, Milwaukee dubbin Texas 9-2, Detroit nipped California 54 in 14 innings, Baltimore downed Seattle 3-1, New York edged Minnesota 4-3 and Seattle shaded Boston 3-2. Despite the shutout, in which he struck out eight and walked three in hurling his second complete game, Bannister’s record is only 4-9 with a 4.36 earned run average. Bannister said he attributes his bad start “to not getting my breaking balls over and not mixing my pitches well.” He added: “I want to go out and pitch aggressively.” Blue Jays 9, Royals 6 At Kansas City, Willie Upshaw rapped a tie-breaking two-run single in Toronto’s three-run eighth inning as the Blue Jays, only unbeaten team in the majors since the All-Star break, posted their fifth straight victory. Cliff Johnson drew a leadoff walk in the eighth off Steve Renko and KC relief ac* Dan Quisenberry saw Jorge Orta beat out a chopper in front of the plate and Lloyd Moaeby beat out a bunt to load the bases. Upshaw then rapped a grounder into right field for an 8-6 lead and Alfredo Griffin added an RBI grounder. The Blue Jays built a 6-0 lead on home runs by Barry Bonnell in the first inning and George Bell, Buck Martinez and Dave Collins in the fourth. Willie Aikens hit a solo homer and George Brett a three-run shot as the Royals caught up. Brewers 9, Rangers 2 At Arlington, Cecil Cooper drove in three runs, Bd Romero had four hits and Chuck Porter scattered seven hits. Cooper capped a three-run fifth inning with a two-run double as Milwaukee pounded out 18 hits. With the score tied 1-1, Jim Gantner started the Brewers’ fifth with a ground-rule double off loser Frank Tanana. He went to third when Paul Molitor was safe on an error by first baseman Pete O’Brien and scored on a single by Romero. Cooper's double made it 4-1 and the Brewers went on to win for the lith time in 15 games. Tigers 5, Angels 4 At Detroit, Wayne Krenchicki, a .125 hitter, doubled off Mike Witt with two out in the bottom of the 14th inning, scoring Chet Lemon from first base and breaking a tie that existed since the eighth inning when pinch hitter John Grubb’s single scored Lemon from second. Fred Lynn’s three-run homer in the sixth gave California a 4-2 lead but Detroit made it 4-3 in the sixth on Lou Whitaker’s RBI single. Orioles 3, A's 1 At Baltimore, Allan Ramirez blanked Oakland on four hits over eight innings and Eddie Murray hit a two-run homer Ramirez outdueled Gorman Heimuelier, who allowed four hits and one run until the eighth inning of his major league debut when Cal Ripken Jr. walked and Murray hit his 15th home run. Ramirez lost his shutout bid when Rickey Henderson homered to start the ninth. Rick Peters singled and Tim Stoddard relieved Ramirez. Bill Almon doubled Peters to third but he did not score. Yankees 4, Twins 3 At Minneapolis, Dave Winfield's second RBI single and Jerry Mumphrey’s two-run single accounted for three runs in New York's eighth-inning rally. Matt Keough of the Yankees flirted with a no-hitter for six innings before the Twins scored three unearned runs in the seventh. A walk and Graig Nettles’ infield hit started the Yankees' comeback against Frank Viola. Winfield greeted Rick Lysander with an HBI single. Ron Davis walked pinch hitter Steve Kemp to load the bases and Mumphrey singled for the tying and winning runs. Mariners 3, Red Sox 2 At Boston, Bryan Clark scattered seven hits in 7 1-3 innings and rookie Spike Owen scored once and drove in the winning run. Bill Caudill finished up to earn his 16th save. Trailing 2-1, Seattle went ahead with two runs in the fifth against Mike Brown. Jamie Allen singled and went to third on Orlando Mercado’s double. John Moses' single scored Allen and Mercado scored the go-ahead run. Sports shorts NB Babe Ruth hosting tourney The New Braunfels Babe Ruth league is hosting a semi-state toOrnament at Comal Park, July 23-26, and is asking for volunteers to house members from two of the four participating teams. The Del Rio and Kenedy area teams will be arriving Friday, July 22. NBBR asks that volunteer parents board at least two players each. If you are interested in volunteering your home, contact W H. McDaniels at 629-5695; Stella Hansmann at 625-9289; or tunney Hadlock at 625-7468 or 625-6017. UTSA hosting track meets The University of Texas at San Antonio is hosting competitive track meets every Saturday his summer at the UTSA track beginning at 6 p.m. Tile meets are sponsored by UTSA athletics and will be run each Saturday until August 6. All ages are invited to participate. The races are designed to give each group the opportunity to run against other runners in their age bracket. Entry fee is 50 cents per event. The races include: 400-meter relay, 1,500 meter run, 100-meter run, 400-meters, 800-meters, 200 meters, 3,000-meters and 5,000 meters on the track and a 1,600-meter relay and 10,000-meter run on the UTSA 10k course. The meets will culminate on Aug. 6 with the OOTSA Open Meet of Champions. For more information, contact Jim Skaines or Shawn Flanagan at 691-4161. NBSV to hold shoot in July The New Braunfels Shuetzen Verein will hold its next shoot on July 17 at the Club Range on FM 1863 For more information, contact Gay Wimberly at 6256166 or 625-6035 City Golf tournaments sponsored at Landa The Annual Men's and Indies’ City Golf Tournaments will be held at Landa Park Golf Course July 30-31 and Aug. 6-7. For more information, contact Bill Halbert, Landa golf pro. at 625-3225 (the pro shopi or Tom Westbrook at 625-9162. Skat Club sets monthly tournament The New Braunfels Skat Club will have its monthly meeting Wednesday at Eagles Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. All skat players in the area are welcome. 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He said some 2.000 tickets were sold Tuesday, with similar amounts expected each day prior to Sunday. “We’re confident we will sell 40,000,” said Camera, “and we’re hoping to do 45,000 by 6 p.m. Saturday so we won’t have to invoke the television blackout in Denver.” The game is being televised nationally by ABC The Gold led the USFL in attendance this season, averaging more than 41,000 in nine home games. League officials obviously were hoping to capitalize on that crowd average, and on Denver's seemingly insatiable appetite for football (the National Football League Broncos have sold out the stadium since 1909, frith 15,000 people on the waiting list for tickets), by awarding the title game to Denver. If a turnout of 40,00045,000 for the championship contest is disappointing to the league, officials aren’t letting on “We’re encouraged by ticket sales, especially since Denver’s team isn’t playing,” said Camera ’ Sales are going nicely. ’’ The Panthers and Stars arrived in Denver Tuesday, with daily practice sessions set to begin today. Philadelphia is to work out at 10 a.m. and Michigan at 3 p m The Panthers won ll of their last 13 games to finish the regular season at 12-6, while the Stars had the league's best regular-season record of 15-3 Michigan made it to the title game with a 37-21 victory Sunday over the Oakland Invaders. 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