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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-/(»>funp New Braunfels To* a* Wednesday May 6 *987 Page 11A Seaver to make retirement official NKW YORK (AP' Tom Shaver, the symbol of the New York Mots’ rise from laughing stock to a world champion, may formally announce within the next week what is already a foregone conclusion Ins retire ment from baseball Matt Merola. who represents Seaver in a variety of ventures said the 42 year old pitcher hasn’t receiv cd any offers from major league teams since his contract with the Boston Red Sox expired at the end of last season "lf we don’t hear anything in a week, we’ll probably make it of ficial.” said Merola He added that Seaver was keeping in shape by play mg racketball but hasn t been throw mg Seaver, with a career record of ti I 205, a 2.Ut? earned run average and :t,mo strikeouts to rank third on tin* all-time list. had a combined i la record last year with th*' Chicago White Sox and Boston The three time National League Cv Young Award winner would become eligible for election to baseball s Hall of Kame in I WI if ho retires this season Scoreboard Seaver wasn’t available for comment and Merola said his client is declining all requests for interviews I ake other < la^s A free agents who didn’t sign with another team. Seaver was eligible to rejoin the Red Sox on May I Seaver spent the first 10-plus seasons of his 20 year career with the Mots joining the club in 1967 when it was still in expansion doormat He was ic* 11 with ,i a lit KRA and was voted NL rookie of the year In IWK. be was 16-12 with a 2.20 KR A as tho Mots finished ninth in the lo team NL He leaped to stardom and brought the Mots along with him in two posting a r*-7 record and 2 21 KRA a- the Miracle Mots” won the World Series lie s made it clear he wants to play in New York or Boston and I don’t think that’s going to happen." Merola said of Seaver. who lives in Greenwich Conn I don’t even discuss it with him." th*' agent said "I assume he has retired." Five N BA greats inducted to Hall SPR I NC Kl KLD. Mass AP Pete Maravich offered a tearful On the air WEDNESDAY 435 pm    Baseball Montreal .it Atlanta WTBS 6 30 pm    Hotkey Stanley Cup Playoff*. Wales Conference Championship ESPN 7 30 pm    Basketball    NBA    Playoff* Conference semifinal WTBS 9 30 pm Baseball Chicago Cutis at Sa’ Francisco WCN THURSDAY 8pm Boning Anthony English vs Haphe Sims rn a junior lightweight bout ESPN 9 05 pm    Basketball Houston at Seattle Western Conference Semifinal game WTBS 9 30 p rn    Baseball Chicago Cubs it San Francisco. WON Hangman Const Noon I ion 14 15 year olds Symons Union Muni Eagles V F W Evening Lion Local sports FRIDAY 7pm Baseball Smithson Valley at Sane,*-Clemens 7 30 pm Baseball New Braunfels at Boerne District 13-4A Baseball standings T#im W L T GB Fredericksburg 14 I I) Lock hart IO 4 0 3 VE Boer rte 9 5 0 4N New Braunfels 8 5 0 5 Kerrville Tivy 6 8 0 ZN Hays 5 8 0 8 Canyon 4 9 I 9 Smithson Valley 3 to I 9N Clemens 2 11 0 11 Tuesday’s Games Kerrville Ttvy 9 Smithson Valley 1 Fredericksburg 6 Boerne 5 Clemens at New Braunfels ppd Canyon at Hays ppd Today's Camas Clemens at New Braunfels Canyon at Hays Babe Ruth Babe Ruth Baseball League 13 year olds    W    L Wurst Breakfast Lion SIDING EAVES & OVERHANG COVERED DOORS & WINDOWS HOLMSTROM SIDING CALL TODAY! 625-4212 ★ TOP QUALITY PRODUCTS + FREE ESTIMATES ★ TRAINED WORKMEN tribute to his father upon his indue tion into the Basketball Hall of Kame while Rick Barry and Walt Frazier used the ceremonies to try comedy routines Also installed Tuesday night were Bobby Warner, who starred for Seton Hall and til*1 Rochester Royals iii th** early 1950s, and hook-shot ace Bob Houbregs, who averaged 44 H points a game while leading tilt' I nivcrsity of Washington to a third-place NI XA tournament finish in 1952 "He was really tilt' hero of my life," Maravich said of his father who died two weeks ago It was a dream fulfilled for him for me to make it to the Hall of Kame Frazier told about I nm people it the ceremonies. I know you’re all wondering what ii s like to be a living legend It s great Not to be outdone Barry >aid he regretted never having a chance to team up with Frazier But once in a while I try to dress like him So how did I do tonight Frazier also chastised drug us*1 by athletes "I did it the clean way he said Not with drugs, just clean fun President Reagan -en) the five a congratulatory telegram Vlthough they were adversaries during their playing days. Barry Frazier and Maravich came uj> with th** same words prior to th** cer monies to describe each other all around player The players today are not a*-diverse They are more limited and specialized said Frazier whose cf forts on defense became a trademark of th** New York Knicks championship teams of th** 1970s He also averaged IK 9 points and 6 I assists per game during 19 NBA seasons f LAKtVltW Mn iii J yr*- ^ —Irn k CAMP ( tune Ruin or Shinn It - HSM FHI I IMF f ii r’Z * nm. I I very I - Id ft. rn. L._____T—.................. 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