New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung
Friday, July 26,1985
LA rips Cubs; Mets whip Astros
by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Los Angeles Dodgers, who plied treacherous waters strewn with errors and missed opportunities as they tried to stay afloat in the early going this season, have opened the throttle and are threatening to leave the opposition in their wake.
The Dodgers, 23-25 at one point and 54 games behind San Diego in the National league West, caught fire in early June and haven’t cooled off yet. Their 7-3 victory Thursday night over the Chicago Cubs gave them a 34-game lead over slumping San Diego.
Pedro Guerrero, who has been on base IO consecutive times, hit his 22nd home run to help lead Los Angeles to its 31st victory in 45 games. Guerrero is hitting .322, third best in the league, and is the pacesetter in both slugging and on-base percentage.
Cardinals 9, Padres 6
San Diego Manager Dick Williams, whose team has lost five straight games, had reason to be upset after the Padres blew an early 6-0 lead and capped what catcher Terry Kennedy called a “bizarre” game with three ninth-inning errors that help St. I Amis score five runs and win its fifth straight.
Mots 6, Astros 3
Gary Carter said he was insulted when Houston walked left-handed hitter Keith Hernandez so righthanded pitcher Mike Scott could pitch to him.
And Carter made them pay for it when he hit a three-run homer, his 12th, to break open a close game and allow Dwight Gooden, 15-3, to breeze to his ninth consecutive victory.
The Mets remained 34 games behind St. Louis as Gooden hurled a
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W L Pct OB
Toronto ............. 59 37 615 —
New York............ 52 40 .565 5
Detroit.............. 51 42 .548 6 V*
Boston.............. 51 44 .537 75*
Baltimore............ 48 45 .516 95*
Milwaukee .......... 40 52 .435 17
Cleveland............ 30 63 323 27 V*
California........... 56 39 589 —
Kansas City........... 49 44 .527 6
Oakland ............. 49 46 .516 7
Chicago............. 47 45 .511 75*
Seattle ........ 44 51 .463 12
Minnesota ........... 43 50 .462 12
Texas............... 37 58 .389 19
Thursday's Games Toronto 7, California 0 Boston 5, Seattle 3 Baltimore 5, Chicago I Detroit 7, Minnesota 2 Oakland 11, Milwaukee 2 Today's Gamas California (Lugo 3-2) at Toronto (Clancy 6-4). (nl Seanle (Wills 4-4) at Boston (Nipper 6-6), (n) Baltimore (D Martinez 7-6) at Chicago (Long 0-0), In)
New York (Guidry 13-3) at Texas (Mason 5-9),
Cleveland (Romero 0-01 at Kansas City (Jackson
Detroit (Terrell 10-4) at Minnesota (Smithson 9-
Oakland IJohn 2-4) at Milwaukee (Burns 5-7),
seven-hitter. He struck out six to boost his major-league-leading total
Rangers 6, 89ers I
Former 89ers George Wright and Glenn Brummer each homered for the Rangers to give Texas an exhibition game victory over their Triple-A farm club, the Oklahoma City 89ers.
The less-than-senous game Thursday, shortened by rain, ended with a five-out sixth inning so that all the 89ers would have a final turn at bat.
By Th* Associated Prate East Division
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St. Louie.............. 87 36 613 -
New York............ 54 40 .574 35*
Montreal............. 55 41 .573 3 V*
Chicago............. 50 44 .532 75*
Philadelphia .......... 42 52 .447 155*
Pittsburgh............ 31 62 .333 26
Loa Angelas.......... 54 39 .581 -
San Diego............ 52 44 .542 35*
Cincinnati............ 48 44 .527 5
Houston............. 44 52 .458 11V*
Atlanta.............. 42 52 .447 12 V*
San Francisco......... 38 80 .375 19’/*
Thursday’s Gamas St. Louis 9, San Diego 6 San Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 3 Montreal I, Cincinnati 0 New York 6, Houston 3 Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 2 Loa Angelas 7, Chicago 3 Today's Gamas Cincinnati (Soto 9-111 at Montreal (Schatzeder 2-3), (n)
Houston (Niekro 7-8) at New York (Leach 1-0),
Atlanta (Mahler 14-8) at Philadelphia (Denny S
Chicago (Ruthven 4-6) at Los Angelas (Reuss 7
St Louis (Andu)ar 16-4) at San Otego (Dravecky 845), In)
Pittsburgh (Tunnel! 1-6) at San Francisco (Laskey 3-11), (n)
Orioles 5, White Sox I
Mike Flanagan, in only his second appearance of the season, allowed one run on three hits over eight innings and Eddie Murray's grand-slam homer made Baltimore a winner over Chicago.
Blue Jays 7, Angels 0
Dave Stieb scattered seven hits and lowered his league-leading ERA to 1.98. He was supported by four double plays as the Blue Jays widened their AL East lead over the idle New York Yankees to five games.
Red tape bogs down Sports Festival drug tests
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The U.S. Olympic Committee’s elaborate drug testing program has bogged down in administrative red tape that will prevent the screening of the most visible athletes competing at the National Sports Festival, Secretary General George D. Miller said.
Track and field athletes, boxers and basketball players will not be among the 300 or so athletes subject to random tests for performance-enhancing drugs and chemical training aids, Miller said Thursday.
The Athletics Congress, national governing body for track and field, had signed a memorandum of agreement with the USOC testing policy, but has not had a chance to amend its own policies to conform. Miller said.
The Amateur Basketball Association of the United States and the USA Amateur Boxing Federation, national governing bodies of the other two sports, agreed in principle, but have not had time to sign, Miller .said
Owners reject players' demand for one-third of TV revenues
NEW YORK i AP) — Owners will not submit to player
demands for one-third of baseball’s network television revenue, management’s chief bargainer said, while rejecting union charges that he was trying deliberately to stall labor talks.
“We will compromise, but not one-third,’ I>ee Mac-Phail, president of the owners’ Player Relations Committee, said Thursday. “There’s no way that's feasible.’’ On Thursday, the two sides met for the fourth straight day in the face of an Aug. 6 strike deadline The union charge of management stalling arose after the PRI resubmitted, in formal contract language, a proposal to change procedures for salary arbitration.
Houston coach reprimanded
for recruiting irregularities
HOUSTON (AP) — Claiming to be acting in “good faith,” University of Houston officials have imposed sanctions on an assistant basketball coach and die basketball program because of reported irregularities in the recruiting of Tito Horford.
Following an m-house investigtion, athletic director Tom Ford confirmed that assistant basketball coach Donnie Schverak violated two minor NCAA rules b\ visiting Horford in the Dominican Republic in July 1984 On Thursday, the school said Schverak is barred from off-campus recruiting for a year.
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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO WHITE SOX Activated Ron Kittle outfielder Sent Mark Rya' outfielder to Buffalo of the American Association National League ATLANTA BRAVES Suspended Pascuai Perez pitcher and placed him on the restricted list Called up Joe Johnson pitcher from Richmond of the international League NEW YORK METS Recalled Bill Latham pitcher from Tidewater of the International League Optioned Kelvin Chapman, second baseman, to Tidewater FOOTBALL
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ATLANTA FALCONS Signed Steve Bar tkowski quarterback and Mick luckhurst. kicker CINCINNATI BENGALS Signed Tom Dmkel. linebacker
CLEVELAND BROWNS Released Fred
DiSanto running back Paul Sicuro. quarterback Nate Johnson Anthony Blair wide receivers and Mario Shaffer, offensive lineman Signed Brian Vogt, defensive lineman
DALLAS COWBOYS Cut Vincent Bean. Sam Bums wide receivers Mark Kennedy. Lee Knowles linebackers Pete McCartney, center Darryl Ursery tackle and Kevin Buena*#. punter DENVER BRONCOS Waived Dwayne Stanley Derrick Taylor. Michael Brown, running backs Joe Young Robert Younger Thomas Run. Dave Dillingham Richard Lmderhoim, offensive linemen Kirk Powell punter Clinton Travis John Trahan wide receivers David Booth Mike
Brown Lee Biakeney John Hams linebackers and Picky Greene Thomas Clark Richard Groover. Rod Brown defensive back*
DETROIT LIONS Signed Stan Short Greg Roberts guards and Picky Simpson Marshal Lowe wide receiver Traded Robbie Martin Aide receiver to Indianapolis for Alvin Moore running back Claimed Dave Young tight end. and Ronald Watson safety from waivers Signed Ange King. linebacker
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Signed Barry Krauss linebacker Rohn Stark punter and Andre Young strong safety Waived Nick Crnkovich tight end KANSAS CITY Chiefs Signed Brad Budde guard to a series of one year contracts
LOS ANGELES RAIDERS Cut Tony Buddie Courtney Griffin running backs Greg Putter tight end Rei Burnmgham Randy NorveHe Mark Paiyo, Steve Wahl offensive linemen and Eifor Cumming* Ralph Darnell Lorenzo King Mat thew Teague defensive linemen
MEW YORK GIANTS Announced that jack Oliver offensive lineman, h#* returned to camp NEW YORK JETS Waived Craig Games tackle Scott Nizoiek tight end and Mike Augustymak fullback, after failing phy*tca examinations Waived Tom Gamer center ana Dames Gaffney wide rector Placed Nick Bruckner wide receiver Bruce Harper running back, and Bob Crabie linebacker on the physically unable to perform list
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Signed Chan# Young tight end and Frank Seurer quarterback ST LOUIS CARDINALS Signed Jeff Griffin defensive back Canos Scott, off#ns>v# I me men and Doug Marsh and Greg LaFteur, tight ends TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Pieced Lee Roy Salmon defensive end on inbred reserve Signed Mike Zely defensive end
SV volleyball sets workouts
All girls interested in playing volleyball at Smithson Valley High School this fall should report to the school between 8a.rn. and ll a.rn. on Aug 8 to pick up equipment
Practice begins Aug. 12. with junior varsity and varsity players working out from 9 a m to noon and freshmen from 12 30 p.m. to 3 30 pm
Players must turn in all forms on Aug. 8
Pick up volleyball begins Aug 7
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring pick-up volleyball every Wednesday from 7 p rn to 9 p m at the Academy St Gym beginning Aug. 7 The program will run through Dec 18
Registration fee is So for the season. Contact the l.anda Recreation Center at 629-4519C for more information.
T Bar M day camp set next week
The T Bar M Sports Camp’s day camp for local residents will be Monday through Thursday next w eek from9a.m. to4 30p rn 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
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