New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
KC surprises Yanks; Texas, Houston fall
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Frank White, the man with the golden glove, also is earning plaudits as an emerging power hitter for the Kansas City Royals.
"There are not too many second basemen who get IOO home runs,” White said Wednesday night after reaching the seats twice and driving in four runs to lead the Royals to a 5-3 victory and a three-game sweep of the New York Yankees. "Probably the only active ones are Bobby Grich and Davey Lopes.”
The homers, White s 13th and 14th of the season, gave him 101 lox his 13-year career.
Indians 8, Rangers 4
Cleveland’s Bert Blyleven hurled his 10th consecutive complete game and Mike Hargrove got three hits, including his first home run since June 29,1984
I was really seriously questioning whether I’d ever hit another (home runt," said Hargrove, who also doubled and drove in two runs
Blyleven. 9-10, scattered seven hits, struck out nine and walked five in completing his major league-leading 15th complete game.
Phillies 3, Astros 1
Yon Hayes broke a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning with a two-run. mside-the-park homer His fly ball hit the 408 mark un the eenter-field wall and became his ninth home run of the season. Hayes' head-first slide into the plate beat the relay throw , which bounced past catcher Mark Bailey
By The Associated Press East Division
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Toronto 58 37 611
New York 52 40 565
Detroit 50 42 543
Boston 50 44 532
Baltimore 47 45 511
Milwaukee 40 51 440
Cleveland 30 63 323
California 56 38 596
Kansas City 49 44 527
Chicago 47 44 516
Oakland 48 46 511
Seattle 44 50 468
Minnesota 43 49 467
Texas 37 58 389
Wednesday s Games California 8 Milwaukee 4 Toronto 3 Seattle!
Boston 6 Oakland 5 Detroit 5. Chicago 4 Cleveland 8 Texas 4 Kansas City 5 New York 3 Baltimore 4 Minnesota 2 Today s Gamas California Witt 86i ai Toronto <Stieb 9 6 'rn Seattle Swift 3 3i at Boston iO|eda 4 6 rn Baltimore 'Flanagan Oil at Chicago Bannister 5 7), <n>
Detroit Mums 10 6' at Minnesota Viola 10 8
Oakland Bi'tsas 6 2 at Milwaukee Cocanower
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By The Associated Press East Division
W L Pct. GB St. Louis 56 36 609
New York 53 40 .570 3Vi
Montreal 54 41 568 3 Vi
Chicago 50 43 538 6 Vi
Philadelphia 42 51 452 14’6
Pittsburgh 31 61 337 25
Los Angeles 53 39 576
San Diego 52 43 547 2Vj
Cincinnati 49 43 533 4
Houston 44 51 463 10’r
Atlanta 41 52 441 12 Vi
San Francisco 35 60 368 19 ’^i
Wednesday s Gamas Cincinnati 3 New York 2 St Louis 4 San Francisco 0 Montreal 3 Atlanta I Philadelphia 3 Houston 1 Chicago 4 San Diego 3, IO innings Los Angeles 9 Pittsburgh I Today s Gamas
St Louis (Kepshire 7-6i at San Diego (Show 7
Pittsburgh iRhoden 5111 at San Francisco Hammaker 3 9>
Cincinnati McGaffigan 0-0) at Montreal
GuMickson 9 6> Im Houston (Scott 9-41 at New York (Gooden 14
Atlanta (Camp 2 4 at Philadelphia Bawley 7 6
Chicago Fontenot 3 4i af Los Angeles Valenzuela 118 In
The homer was only the third hit off Nolan Ryan, who pitched 5 1-3 hitless innings. Ryan struck out seven Phillies to boost his all-time-record strikeout total to 4,013, even though his won-lost record for the season fell to 8-8
Angels 8, Brewers 4
California continued its hero-a-dav approach to the AL West race with Atlanta castoff Rufmo Iunares hit
ting a three-run homer to overcome a 2-1 Milwaukee lead.
Cardinals 4, Giants 0
John Tudor pitched his fifth shutout of the season, tying Fernando Valenzuela for the major-league lead. Tudor, 11-8, tossed a six-hitter for his 10th triumph in ll decisions. He did not issue a walk and struck out nine Giants.
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Schuetzen Verein offers shoot, barbeque
The New Braunfels Schetzen Verein will host area shooting clubs at the annual Prize Shoot on Sunday, beginning at 9 a.m.
A barbeque beef dinner will be served at noon. The public is invited at a cost of $3.50 for adults and $1.75 for children.
The club range is located on F.M. 1863 about 14 miles from Mission Valley Bowling Club, For more information, call 625-8166 after 5 p.m.
Softball tournament scheduled Aug. 2-4
A double elimination men’s softball tournament will take place Aug. 2-4 at the Camp Comal Softball Park.
A maximum of 26 teams may enter the tournament at a cost of $125 per team. The entry deadline is July 28.
Proceeds of the tournament will benefit the fight against cystic fibrosis.
Make checks pay able to the City of New Braunfels, 164 luanda Park Drive, 78130, or register in person at the luanda Recreation Center or Ijbrado’s Restaurant Seguin Street and Highway 811.
The tournament is sponsored by the New Braunfels Jaycees, the Parks and Recreation Department, the N.B. Softball Association and the Comal County Umpire Association.
For more information, contact Robin Bell < 629-61% i, Lee Rodriguez (629-4901), Chris Faulk (625-7637) or Debbie Hand 1629-2304).
Junior Football sign-up begins Monday
Registration for the seventh season of the New Braunfels Junior Football League will begin Monday and last through Aug. IO at the Landa Recreation Center.
Registration times are I p.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and
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IO a m. to noon on Saturdays. Entry fee is $20 per player. The fee includes equipment and insurance. A copy of a birth certificate and a physical are required before the child can participate.
New players will have a chance to show their skills to coaches on Aug. IO. A draft system will be used to place players on teams on Aug. 12. Players from last year will play on the same team.
Games will be played at the New Braunfels Middle School on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays starting at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 629-61% or Larrv Goff at 629-4441.
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