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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Hor Bld Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Cards' late rally sinks Pirates Tuesday, September 24, 1985 Page 7 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The way tile St. Louis Cardinals are playing, ifs a no-win situation for the New York Mets. “We feel that anybody on this team can step into the hero’s role on any given night. I think we’ve proven that,” Terry Pendleton said after his two-out, two-run triple in the eighth inning Monday night led the comeback Cardinals to a 5-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. It was the fourth straight uphill victory for the National League East leaders, who maintained a three-game lead over the frustrated Mets, who couldn’t gain any ground despite a 4-1 triumph over Philadelphia. Pendleton’s big hit came off reliever Cecilio Guante, 4-6, the third Pirates pitcher, and provided the hot Cardinals with their lith victory in 12 games. Mots 4, Phillies 1 Gary Carter, hitting .394 with three homers and nine RBIs in his last nine games, hit a two-run homer in the third inning to lead New York over Philadelphia in the opener of a 10-game road trip for the Mets. Rick Aguilera, 9-6, pitched five innings for New York, alowing six hits, walking one and striking out five. Mike Schmidt hit his 30th homer of the year for the Phillies in the fourth inning. It was the lith season in which Schmidt has hit 30 or more home runs, a feat surpassed by only three others in baseball history. Hank Aaron (15), Babe Ruth (13) and Jimmy Foxx (12). Willie Mays also accomplished the feat ll times. National League New York (Fernandez 7 9) at Philadelphia (Rucker 3 I) Kansas City Chicago 84 65 77 72 564 ’/, .517 IV, Atlanta (Perez 1 ll) at Cincinnati (Browning 18 Oakland 73 77 487 12 9), (n) Seattle 70 80 467 15 By The Associated Press Pittsburgh (Tunned 4 9) at St. Louis (Horton 2 Minnesota 69 81 460 16 East Division W Pct GB 2), (n) Texas 56 93 376 28’/, St Louis L Los Angeles (Welch 11 4) at Houstc n (Kr epper Monday's Games 94 56 627 - 15 10), (n) Toronto 5, Milwaukee 1 New York 91 59 607 3 San Francisco (LaPoint 7 14) at I San Diego Detroit 2 Boston 1 Montreal............ 78 72 520 16 (Dravecky 12 IO), (n) Texas 11, Seattle 4 Philadelphia ......... 71 77 480 22 Chicago 6 California 5 Chicago........... 70 79 470 23 Vi Oakland 8, Cleveland 7 Pittsburgh............ West Division 51 97 345 42 American League Today s Gamas Boston (Nipper 9 11) at Toronto (Davis 2 1), In) Los Angeles BH 62 587 — Detroit (Tanana 9 141 at New York (P Niekro 15 Cincinnati 81 67 54 7 6 11). (n) Houston ll Ii 513 11 By The Associated Press Minnesota (Butcher 10 1 3) at Texas (Williams I San Diego 7b 75 500 13 East Division 0), In) Atlanta 61 88 409 26’/» W L Pct GB Baltimore (McGregor 1312) at Milwaukee San Francisco ....... 59 91 393 29 Toronto 94 55 631 - (Wegman I OI, (n) Monday s Games New York 88 61 591 6 Chicago (Seaver 13 111 at California (Candelaria Montreal 10, Chicago 7 Baltimore 79 69 534 14’/, 6 1). (n) New York 4, Philadelphia I Detroit 78 72 520 16'/, Kansas City (Gubicza 13 8' at Seattle 'Moore St Louis 5, Pittsburgh 4 Boston...... 75 75 500 19’/, 15 8). In) Los Angeles 5, Houston 3 Milwaukee 65 84 436 29 Cleveland (Schul/e 3-9) at Oakland (Young 0 3> San Francisco 7, San Diego 2 Cleveland 54 98 355 41 'h (n) Today’s Games Wast Division Montreal (Smith 16 5) at Chicago (Fontenot 6 9) California 85 65 567 — Dodgers 5, Astros 3 Pinch-hitter Enos Cabell lined a two-run single in the eighth inning and Steve Sax had three hits and two RBIs to power Ix>s Angeles over Houston. The victory enabled the Dodgers to improve their lead over the second-place Cincinati Reds to six games. “We don’t have to worry,” said the Dodgers’ Pedro Guerrero. “They are the ones that are trailing. They have to catch us.” Carlos Diaz, 5-3, was the winner with late relief help from Tom Niedenfuer, who gained his 17th save. Jeff Calhoun, 2-4, took the loss. Expos 10, Cubs 7 Andres Galarraga hit a leadoff home run and Doug Frobel added a two-run shot during a tie-breaking, three-run eighth inning that powered Montreal over Chicago and broke a six-game Expo losing streak. Galarraga’s second homer of the season snapped a 6-6 tie. Frobel then hit his first after a walk to Razor Shines off George Frazier, 7-6. Giants 7, Padres 2 Dan Gladden and Mike Woodard each knocked in two runs and San Francisco capitalized on four San Diego errors to score seven unearned runs and give The Padres stranded 16 runners, one shy of a club record for a nine-inning game. White Sox 6, Angels 5 As far as Harold Baines is concerned, the American League West is a three-team race. “The way I see it, we still have an outside chance to win,” Baines said Monday night after hitting a solo homer and a run-scoring single that helped Chicago beat California Almost all of the recent attention in the AL West has been focused on the Angels, who now lead the division by one-half game, and the second-place Kansas City Royals, who were idle. But the White Sox pulled within 74 games of the lead, and Baines says his team is not ready for the spoiler role yet. “We take the field everyday as though we’re still in the race,” he said. Blue Jays 5, Brewers 1 Right fielder Jesse Barfield hit his 25th home run of the season and stole his 20th base to lead Toronto over visiting Milwaukee. The Blue Jays lowered their magic number for clinching their first-ever division title to eight. Tigers 2, Red Sox 1 Juan Berenguer. restored to the starting rotation in mid-August, pitched 7 1-3 innings and gave up one unearned run on four flits as Detroit • won in Boston Berenguer raised his record to 5-5, while Willie Hernandez finished up for his 30th save Rangers 11, Mariners 4 Dave Schmidt and Dave Rozerna combined on a five-hitter and Ellis Valentine and Gary Ward homered as Texas downed .Seattle. The Rangers swept the four-game series from the Mariners. Texas matched its season-long winning streak with its fourth straight triumph. A's 8, Indians 7 Tony Phillips and Bruce Bochte each hit two-run homers to lead Oakland over visiting Cleveland. Phillips also had an RBI single while Bochte scored three runs. Briefly Bulverde Bowling Club schedules registration Registration is under way for the fall-winter season of the Bulverde Bowling Club, with the deadline set for Oct. 3. Series begin Oct. 8. Call the club at 438-3065 or call 438-2493 to register or for more information. NBMS eighth grade sweeps San Marcos The New Braunfels Middle School eighth grade A and B teams swept San Marcos Saturday. George Garcia blocked a punt in the end zone for a safety as the B team won 2-0. The A team won 14-8 as Matt Etheridge and Paul Machuca scored for New Braunfels. Etheridge scored on a 3-yard run before Machuca caught a touchdown pass from Sean Toney. Mabry wins Most Fives tournament Mary Mabry won the luanda indies Golf Association’s Most Fives tournament on Thursday. Grace Bonnett and Marian Patten tied for second in the A Flight. Maxine Reisberg won the B Flight with Jan Schrader taking second. Teams tie for Nassau tournament The team of C. Smith and B. Tepe and the team of H. Graham and J. Rew tied for first Saturday in the New Braunfels Golf Association’s Two-Man Nassau tournament. The teams tied with a score of 58. Smith and Tepe shot a 27 to win the back nine while I). Moreno and J. Maroney won the front nine with a 28. Richard Hansen had the individual low score with a 64 F. Chapa and B. Shefman tied for second at 66. F. Gutierrez had the low gross with a 69. Three teams tie in Guys and Dolls , Thursdays Guys and Dolls tournament at the tanda Golf Course ended in a three-way tie. The team of FA. Audet, E. Herbst, B Bedman and M. Reisberg along with the team of J. Moore, J. Maroney, FA. Murray and J. Dilly and the team of E.L. Reid, J. Eakle, J. I,ane and B. Drummond tied with scores of 65. Two golf tournaments scheduled this week Today and Wednedsay will be the first two days of the luanda Indies Golf Association’s Kail tournament. Tee off time for both days is 9 a.m. On Saturday, the New Braunfels Golf Association will host the Indies Golf Association during its competition. Overseeding and preparation for winter play begins Oct. 8 Bryan catches TD pass for NB freshmen Jeff Bryan scored both touchdowns in New Braunfels’ freshmen team’s 13-12 loss to Gonzales Friday. Brian scored on a 60-yard run and a 15-yard pass from quarterback Jimmy Simmonds. Canyon season tickets go on sale Sept. 30 Season football tickets at Canyon will go on sale to last year’s season ticket holders beginning Sept. 30. I,ast year’s season ticket holders have until Oct. ll to purchase tickets. On Oct. 14, season tickets will go un sale to the general public, and they will be available until Oct. 18. After that, reserved seat tickets for individual games will be sold ti e week of the game only. Tickets for the Oct 25 game with New Braunfels will goon sale Oct. 21 All tickets can be purchased at the Onyor High School office from 6 n rn to 4 p.rn Monday through Friday Advanced lifesaving now underway The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering an advanced lifesaving class running through Ort. 4 from 7 p rn rn Q p.m. Monday through Friday. The class is taught by Claudia Henry at the I^nda Park Pool. For more information, call 629^196 ArtsRun '85 set for San Antonio ArtsRun ‘85. a 10K run benefitting classical radio station KPAC is scheduled for Sept 29 in downtown San Antonio. Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 6 35 pm    Baseball    Atlanta at Cincinnati WTBS 7 pm Wrestling Prime Time Wrestling USA 7 pm    Wrestling    AWA Championship Wrestling ESPN tuesday radio 7 30    pm    Baseball    Minnesota at Texas KNBT FM WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 6 36    p rn    Baseball    Atlanta at Cincinnati. WTBS 8pm Boxing Top Rank Boxing ESPN WEDNESDAY RADIO 7 36    p m    Baseball    Minnesota at Texas KNBT IM Local sports TUESDAY 5pm Volleyball Marshall freshmen junior varsity, varsity at Canyon 6 p m Volleyball Smithson Valley junior varsity, varsity at Cole FRIDAY 7 30 p m Football Ne* Braunfels at Alamo Heights 8 p m    Austin Westlake at Canyon 8pm    Smithson Valley at Yorktown Major League leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (375 at batsi McGee, StLouis 358 Guerrero, Los Angeles, 326 Rames Montreal 317 Sandberg Chicago 313. Parker Cincinnati 312 RUNS Murphy, Atlanta, 113 McGee StLouis, 110, Rames Montreal 106 Sandberg Chicago, 104, Coleman. StLouis 101 RBI Parker, Cincinnati 113; Herr, StLouis 102 Murphy Atlanta 100, Brooks Montreal 94 Moreland, Chicago 93 HITS McGee, StLouis, 202, Parker, Cm Cinnate 182; Gwynn, San Diego, 178 Sandberg Chicago 177; Haines Montreal, I 73 DOUBLES Parker, Cincinnati 40, Herr StLouis 37; GWilson, Philadelphia 36 Wallach Montreal 35, Cruz, Houston, 33 TRIPLES McGee, StLouis 16, Samuel Philadelphia, 13, Rames Montreal, ll; Coleman StLouis, IO. CReynolds. Houston, 8 Garner, Houston, 8 HOME RUNS Murphy, Atlanta 37, Guerrero Los Angeles 32, Carter New York 30 Schmidt Philedeiphia, 30, Parker, Cincinnati 29 STOLEN BASES-Coleman, StLouis, 101 Rat nae Montreal, 65 McGee StLouis 51 Sandberg, Chicago. 51, Redo*, Cincinnati 47 PITCHING (12 decisions! Hershiaer    Los Angeles, 17 3, 860 2 06, Gooden, New York 22 4, 846, 1 57; Franco, Cincinnati, 12 3, 800, 2 31 BSmith. Montreal 16 5 762 3 01 Darling New York, 16 5. 762, 2 86 STRIKEOUTS Gooden, New York, 251. Soto, Cincinnati, 200, Vaien/ueta Los Angeles 194 Ryan, Houston, 193 Fernandez. New York, 163 SAVES Reardon, Montreal 35 leSmith, Chicago 30 DSmith Houston. 25 Gossage, San Diego. 23 Power Cincinnati 23 Sutter Atlanta 23 AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (376 at batsi Hoggs Boston, 374 Brett Kansas Crty 334 Mattingly New York 323 RHenderson New York 322, Baines Chicago, 31 7 RUNS RHenderson New York 134 Ripken. Baltimore, 107, EMurray Baltimore 105 DwEvans Boston. 104 Butler Cleveland, 101 Winfield, New York 101 RBI Mattingly New York. 130 EMurray Baltimore 117 B,noes Chicago 108 Winfield New York. 105 Rice Boston 103, Ripken Baltimore 103 HITS Hoggs Boston 226 Mattingly New York 194 Barnes Chicago, 186; Puckett, Min nesota 182, Cooper Milwaukee 180 DOUBIFS Mattingly New York 4b Buckner Boston 40 Boggs Boston, 39 Cooper Milwaukee 38 EMurray Baltimore 35 GWaiker Chicago 36 TRIPLES Wilson Kansas City 19 Butler Cleveland, 14 Puckett, Minnesota 13 Barfield, Toronto, 9 Fernandez, Toronto, 9 HOME RUNS DaEvans Detroit. 37 Fisk Chicago 35 Balboni Kansas City 34 GThomas Seattle 32 E Murray, Baltimore 31 STOLEN BASES RHenderson New York, 74 Penis California, 55 Butler. Cleveland 44 Wilson, Kansas City 40 LSmmith Kansas City 37 PITCHING (12 decisions! Guidry New York 20 6 769 3 30 Saberhagen, Kansas City. 18 6 750 2 81 Key Toronto 14 6 700, 3 03 Cowley New York 11 5 688 4 OI 5 are tied with 667 STRIKEOUTS Biyieven Minnesota, 187 Morris Detroit, 185 FBann stet Chicago. 178 Hurst, Boston, I 70, Burns Chicago 167 SAVES Quisenberry, Kansas City, 34 Hernandez, Detroit. IO; BJames Chicago 29 DMoore California 28 JHowell Oakland 27 SportsWorld Longhorns' Simmons sprains ankle AUSTIN (AP) — Texas tailback Edwin Simmons sprained an ankle Monday while catching a pass during a warmup and his condition would not be known until later in the week, team officials said. In the Missouri game, Simmons, who has been injury-plagued, dislocated the small finger on his left hand but that injury was not deemed serious. La flour quits front office job MONTREAL (AP) - Former Montreal hockey great Guy I^afleur, who retired as an active player last November, has resigned his front- BILLY MARTIN .. .battles Whitson Fighters won't be docked NEW YORK (AP) - While the Newr York Yankees continue to fight for the American league East title, team owner George Steinbrenner says he doesn t plan any disciplinary action against Manager Billy Martin and pitcher Ed Whitson following their weekend brawl at a Baltimore hotel Steinbrenner said members of his staff continue to investigate the altercation early Sunday that left Martin with a broken right arm. But the owner expects it wall take “a while" to sort out the details. In the meantime, the owner said he will not discipline Martin or Whitson during the final two weeks of the regular season Ed Whitson will not he suspended as far as I know at this time Nor will Bill),’’ Steinbrenner told the /Vew York Times in today’s editions. “I don’t know how I could take action against one without taking action against the other ” Steinbrenner had hoped to talk to thp involved parties today by telephone from his home in Tampa, Fla. 'Tm not going to make any statement until I get the facts,” Steinbrenner said The owner did say. however, that he intended to find out why several Yankees were in the hotel liar around ? a rn whpn an afternoon game was to lip played just 12 hours later The thing that concerns me is what players were doing out after curfew.’’ Steinbrenner said. ‘ That was one thing Billy promised w hen I made him manager again that he’d enforce the curfew." Whitson said Monday that he had not talked to Martin since the altercation that began inside the hotel bar, spilled into the lobby and wound up in a big pileup in the parking lot Whitson returned, with permission from the team, to New York on Sunday. office position with the Canadiens in a dispute over salary and is contemplating a comeback “I met with Guy this afternoon and we have mutually agreed that Guy would cease his functions with the club,” Ronald Corey, president of the National Hockey league club, said in a statement Monday night. In an interview later, Corey added he was surprised by declarations Lafleur made in a weekend newspaper interview — in which he complained about a salary offer the Canadiens made to him as a public relations man once his current player’s contract runs out. lafleur is on the final season of a five-year playing contract, paying $400,000 a year. 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