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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers top puzzled Tigers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was hard to tell the winners from the losers. For the record, the Texas Rangers got key RBI singles from Buddy Bell and George Wright plus sterling relief pitching from Greg Harris to beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2 Thursday night. But the face of Texas Manager Bobby Valentine was just as haggard and drawn as Detroit’s Sparky Anderson. Valentine clearly was weary from a controversy swirling around Bell’s possible trade to the Cincinnati Reds. "It’s a very unsettling situation — on him and the team,” Valentine said. ”1 haven't been sitting back and I haven’t been sleeping very well. The whole thing hasn't been fun.” The Tigers, meanwhile, have lost four of their last five games, failing once again to take advantage of rare losing spells by the Toronto Blue Jays, leaders of the American league East With two outs in the Detroit first, .Alan Trammell singled, Darrell Evans walked and Larry Herndon slapped a single to center off Charlie Hough. 8-10, to drive in Trammell. But Gary Ward quickly evened the score at 1-1 with his sixth home run leading off the Texas second. The Tigers grabbed a short-lived 2-1 lead m the sixth when Herndon singled, went to second on Barbaro Garbey’s grounder and scored on a pinch single by Kirk Gibson. With two outs in the seventh. Ward walked and was safe when second Scoreboard American League Thursday * Gamas Minnesota 8 New York 4 National League By Th* Associated Prat* Chicago 10, Cleveland 0 East Division Texas 3, Detroit 2 W L Pct GB Oakland 6 T or onto 4 By The Associated Press Toronto 53 36 596 Baltimore 8. Kansas City 3 cast Division W Pct New York 49 37 570 2H Boston 10, California 1 St Louis L GB Detroit 48 38 558 3Vi Seattle 5 Milwaukee 2 52 34 605 Baltimore 45 41 523 6* Today s Gamas New York 51 Jb 586 I G Boston 46 42 523 6vy Texas (Hooton 4-41 at Detroit PetrylO-8) In Montres; 50 39 562 3 G Milwaukee 37 48 43f> 14 Oakland (Sutton 9-5) at Toronto (Key 74 in1 Chicago 45 42 517 th Cleveland 28 59 322 24 California (Romanick 104) at Boston Boyd 11 Philadelphia 38 49 437 14 ; 7) in) Pittsburg-1- 29 5/ 337 23 Wast Division California . . 52 36 591 _ Kansas City (Leibrandt 05) at Baltimore Boddicker 9 9i, In) West Division Oakland Chicago 43 41 42 534 506 5 7* Cleveland 'Blyleven 8-9) at Chicago (Seaver 9 7), (nj Los Angeles Sar Diego 49 50 37 39 570 562 '/i Kansas City 43 506 7W New York (Cowley 7-3) at Minnesota Butcher Cincinnal 44 42 512 5 Seattle 43 45 489 9 6-8l, (n) Houston 43 46 483 7G Minnesota Texas 41 33 45 56 477 371 10 rn Seattle lYoung 7 9> at Milwaukee (Higuera 6 5) (n) Atlanta San Francisco 39 34 48 55 448 382 ION 16 VY Thursday s Games San Francisco I, Chicago 0 San Diego 3 Pittsburgh 2 Montreal 3, Houston 0 New York 7, Atlanta 6 Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 2 St Louis I Today s Games Houston Knepper 8-61 at Montreal (Smith 10- 31 in) Philadelphia IK Gross 8 81 at Cincinnati Browning 7 7), (n) Atlanta (Z Smith 5-5) at New York (Lynch 7 5). (n) Pittsburgh (DeLeon 2 13) at San Diego (Hawkins 11 2), (nl St Louis Cox 11 4i at Los Angeles iWelch 3 1). In) Chicago 'Sanderson 5 4) at San Fran-cisco (Gott 4 6' in1 baseman Lou Whitaker dropped the throw on a steal attempt. Bill Stein was walked intentionally and Bell was summoned to pinch hit for Oddibe McDowell. Hernandez relieved Tanana and Bell drove in Ward with the tying run. Wright’s hit allowed Stein to score the go-ahead run. Expos 3, Astros 0 Montreal got strong pitching from Joe Hesketh and scored all of its runs with the help of fielding miscues by Houston catcher Alan Ashby to hand the Astros their fourth straight loss. Hesketh, 6-4, winning for the first time since May 24, took a five-hit shutout into the ninth. But after allowing two singles, Hesketh was relieved by Jeff Reardon, who got the last out for his 23rd save. Joe Niekro, 7-8, gave up just three hits in seven innings, but Ashby’s passed ball in the second, his throwing error in the fifth and another passed ball in the seventh led directly to Montreal’s runs. Mats 7, Braves 6 Both teams committed four errors apiece, with the Braves’ miscues giving New York six unearned runs as the Mets won for the 13th time in 14 games and moved to within 14 games of the East Division-leading Cardinals. Padres 3, Pirates 2 Carmelo Martinez broke a 2-2 tie with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning with his 12th homer to lift San Diego over Pittsburgh Phillies 6, Reds 3 Philadelphia snapped a five-game losing streak as Juan Samuel had three hits and two RBIs against Cincinnati Giants 1, Cubs 0 Mike Krukow pitched a seven-hitter for San Francisco and Jeff Leonard’s one-out double in the bottom of the ninth knocked in Chili Davis from first with the only run of the game. Dodgers 2, Cardinals 1 Los Angeles' Greg Brock broke up a shutout just after St. Louis starter Joaquin Andujar left the game with a blister, and a sacrifice fly by Len Matuszek won the game for the Dodgers one inning later. A's 6, Blue Jays 4 For the third straight game, the Blue Jays lost a lead in their opponent - last time up. as the A’s scored three times in the ninth inning. Twins 8, Yankees 4 Kent Hrbek’s grand-slam homer sank the Yankees in the seventh inning After a single by Kirby Puckett and two walks issued by reliever Rich Bordi, Hrbek hit reliever Brian Fisher’s first pitch over the wall in left field for his 10th homer this year. White Sox 10, Indians 0 Britt Bums is 6-6 against the rest of the AL, 4-0 against Geveland with three shutouts. He extended his string of scoreless innings against the Indians to 32 with a five-hitter. Orioles 8, Royals 3 Cal Ripken. Mike Young and Wayne Gross clouted solo home runs and Eddie Murray rapped a two-run double. Red Sox 10, Angels 1 Jim Rice and Bill Buckner powered an eight-run third inning w Ah two hits and two RBIs apiece. Bruce Hurst improved his record to 6-7 with a seven-hitter, his fourth consecutive triumph. SportsWorld Cowboys' rookies halfway through week THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) -With No. I draft pick Kevin Brooks safely in training camp, the Dallas Cowboys rookies and second-year men have reached the halfway point of their first week of two-a-day drills. A former University of Michigan defensive end, Brooks signed with the Cowboys Wednesday night and started practice here Thursday, ending a brief holdout and leaving fifth-round choice Matt Darwin, Texas A&M lineman, as the only unsigned rookie. Clerc, Vilas to meet at D.C. tournament WASHINGTON (AP) - Jose-Luis Gere and Guillermo Vilas, a pair of Argentine stars trying to rejoin tennis’ elite, renew their rivalry today in the $200,000 D.C. National Bank Tennis Classic. Gere and Vilas haven't played each other in three years, a lull during which their respective careers soured. Gere, once No. 5 in the world, is trying to overcome a string of injuries that dropped him to a ranking of 33rd. deWit to fight Caldwell in Houston HOUSTON (AP) - Olympic heavyweight silver medalist Willie deWit will meet veteran LeRoy Caldwell in an eight-round bout on the Houston Boxing Association’s Aug. 7 fight card, officials announced Thursday. 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The Water Babies class, for ages 6 to 36 months, will meet Monday through Friday of next week from 3:30p.m to4:30p.m. Swimming I for 3- to >year-olds will meet Monday through Friday for two weeks, beginning Monda> Two classes are scheduled, one from 3 p m. to 4 p.m. and one from 4 30 p m to5:30p.m Swimming I for 6- to 12-year-olds will meet Monday through Friday for two weeks, beginning Monday Openings are available in the 5:15 p m. class and the 6:15 p m class A diving class is scheduled from 3 pm. to 4 p.m. For more information, or to register, call Community Education at 625-8081 NB groups to sponsor men s softball tourney Four local organizations are sponsoring a men s open slow-pitch softball tournament Aug 2-4 at Camp Comal. Proceeds from the double-elmunation tournament will go to cystic fibrosis research. The entry fee is $125 per team in the 26-team field, and the deadline is July 28 Registration is at the I anda Recreation C enter and Librado s Restaurant Checks should be made out to the City of New Braunfels For more information, call Robin Bell at the luanda Recreation Center, 629-6196 Lee Rodriquez at Ubrado’s, 629-4901; Chris Faulk at 625-7637 or Debbie Hand at 629-2304. T Bar M day camp set for July 29 Aug. 1 The T Bar M Sports Camp s day camp for local residents will be July 29-Aug I from 9 a.rn to 4.30 p.m. daily. The camp is for anyone ages IO to 15. and the cost is $95 The fee includes everything, including lunch. Included in the activities are the ropes course, rappelling, tennis, soccer, basketball, volleyball and swimming as well as Bible study periods For more information, call Sue Smith a! 625-7738 TAAF tennis registration open Registration for the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation’s regional tennis tournament is under way The TAAF tournament will be July 27-28 rn Round Rock. Only two local teams in each division will be allowed to play For more information, call David Mueller at 625-3597 IHRRFR—- JARISCH GULF SUPPLY INC. -3181 IH 35 W New Braunfels: 625-3814 — San Marcos: 392-2020 Our reputation is riding on this. THE CRUISEMASTER 36 is specially designed lor customers who want to replace their original equipment tires with one of the best radial tire values on the market. Designed with two strong steel belts wrapped around a tough polyester cord body its made with a Low Rolling Resistance (LRR) compound to improve gasoline mileage up to9°o over non radial tires. 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