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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 8, 1967, Tokyo, JapanNightcap Victory q s pump Hiscox twi gives tribe split Cleveland up Duke Sims three run Homer capped a four run first inning that propelled the Cleveland indians to a 6-3 Victory Over Detroit sunday after the tigers had won the opener of a doubleheader 7-3 with the help of Bill Trechan s three run Homer. The split dropped Detroit into fourth place in the american league. Lee Maye led off the Cleveland first with a walk and after Vic Dava Lillo struck out was forced at second by Leon Wagner. Dick Mcauliffe s relay to first on the potential double play Ball was wild and Wagner reached second. Singles by Tony Horton and Max Alvis produced one run and Sims drove his seventh Homer in to the right Field stands. 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Second Detroit a r h by Green if Gladding p Price pm Lumpe 2i Cauliffe is Cash in Freehan c Wert 3i� Landis of Stanley of Dobson p Wilson pm Wick she p Heath pm Aguirre p Northrup if game Cleveland a r h by 4000 Maye of 0000 Dava Lillo of Wagner if Hinton if Thorton in Alvis 3b Sims c Fuller 2b Lbrown is Hargan p Pena p 10004110 3100 30103010 2001 30 0 14111 0000 0 0 0 9 0000 1000 0000 2000 3000 4120 3210 0000 2 2 2 15113 3000 3020 4 1 4 1 000 000 total 30 3 4 3 total 216 10 4 Detroit oooooj001-j Cleveland 401 000 olx6 a Mcauliffe. Do Detroit 1. Lob Detroit 7, Cleveland 2. 28l.brown, Wagner. Or Sims 7stanleya Hargan Hinton. Of Landis. Dobson Wickersham Aguirre Glandinor Hargan i Pena hip Harlan 14,366. In ,0-22 1 �2 2 ,12-85 3 2-3 1-3 h 5 2 ft1 2 2 re 4 1 a 1 2 1 Erbb so 4 1 0 1 2 1 Freehan. T2 33. A giants to 5-0 in the third on Wagner s double and Alvis single and added a sixth run in the eighth on singles by Dava Lillo and Horton sandwiched around a sacrifice by Chuck Hinton. Steve Hargan who won his 12th game against eight losses pitched one hit Ball until the sixth when he yielded a Lead off single to Jerry Lumpe and then walked three of the next four batters forcing in a run. Jim Landis then hit a sacrifice Fly off reliever Orlando Pena who served up a Home run Ball to Mickey Stanley in the. Ninth. Freehan s 15th Home run in the first game enabled Joe Sparma to Post his 12th Victory in 16 decisions. The tigers scored three runs in the first inning when Lumpe drove Home Lenny Green who had doubled with a single and Al Kaline followed with a triple scoring on a passed Ball by Sims. They added one in the second on Green s single and Freehan homered following a single by Mcauliffe and an error by Alvis the first by a Clevelan player in 119 innings. The indians scored single runs in each of the first three innings. Maye scored in the first when second baseman Lumpe threw Low to first base. In the second Dava Lillo tripled Home Larry Brown and Vern Fuller s single drove in Sims inthe third. Continued from Page Lanier led off the inning with a single and was sacrificed to second. Cline batted for Pinch hitter Dick Groat after the mets replaced Southpaw Don Shaw with right hander Dick Selma and singled on the first pitch. Cline continued to second on the throw and scored an insurance run on Jesus Alou s single. The two teams combined for 30 hits in the first game wit the giants collecting 18 and the mets 12. New York had tied the score 7-7 with a five run fifth featuring a Solo Homer by Bob Johnson and a two run blast by Ron Swoboda. Mccowey who had three doubles ignited Athree run fourth inning with a two Bagger and doubled in two runs during a four run fifth. Alou collected four Henry the fifth of six giants pitchers received creditor his second Victory in As Many decisions. Shaw was charged with his fifth defeat. Minor leagues compiled from wire services Pacific coast league Western division w l pet. Go Vancouver 61 52 .540 Spokane 1 54 .530 1 Tacoma 61 56 .521 2 Portland 58 59 .496 5 Seattle 3 60 .46 8 Hawaii 50 66 .431 12lxz Eastern division w l pet. Go san Diego 63 50 .558 Oklahoma City 63 53 .543 l a Indianapolis 58 53 .543 2 Denver 54 60 .474 9vi Phoenix 4 60 .474 �v2 Tulsa 50 63 .442 13 saturday Oklahoma ci1y 5-5 Denver 2-2 Indianapolis 6 Hawaii 5 Tulsa 3 Laconia 2 Spokane 16 scuttle 10 Vancouver 6 Portland 1 san Diego 4 Phoenix 3 sunday Phoenix at san Diego 2. Tulsa at Tacoma 2. Vancouver at Portland 2. Denver at Oklahoma City 2. Seattle at Spokane. Hawaii at Indianapolis. International league Rochester Richmond Toledo Toronto Columbus Jacksonville Syracuse Buffalo Toledo 6 Columbus 3 Toronto 2-10 Jacksonville 2-3 2nd, 10 inn w 59 60 52 52 51 51 47 46 saturday l 45 48 50 51 55 56 57 56 pet. A .5678 .556 1 .510 6 .505 6va .481 9 .477 9v2 .452 12 .451 12 Syracuse 4 Rochester 2 Richmond 1-1 Buffalo 1-4 sunday Richmond at Toronto 2. Jacksonville at Bufalo. Columbus at Rochester. Toledo at Syracuse 2. Texas league 66 57 54 50 4 49 l43 5051 6059 61 pet. Go .609 .533 8 .514 10 .459 w/t.449 17 .445 17 /2 Baltimore a Rookie right hander Tom Phoebus pitched and batted Baltimore to a 4-0 Victory Over the Chicago White sox in the second game sunday As the orioles completed a doubleheader sweep of the american league leaders. The orioles took the opener 5 Biff Bam Chicago Agee of Williams if Boyer 3ta col Vito of Ward in locker p Josephson c Burgess pm mar they c Hansen is Staehle is Causey 2b b Howard p Mcmahon p Buford 3b Amarillo Elpaso Albuquerque . Worth Arkansas Austin saturday Arkansas 6. Amarito 3 Elpaso 5 Dallas fort Worth 1 Albuquerque 6 Austin 3 sunday Arkansas at Amarillo. Albuquerque at Austin. Elpaso at Dallas fort worth.�. F. F. Southern league saturday Montgomery 3-3 Charlotte 1-2 Evans ill 4 Macon 0 Birmingham 10 Knoxville 2 a Eastern league saturday Elmira 1 Reading 0 13 inn York 2 Williamsport 1 inc Khamton 1 Waterbury b Pawtucket 5-1 Pittsfield 4-4 first a r h bi5120 3000 2010 3011 2000 0000 3 1 1 0 1000 0000 2000 2000 4 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 000 000 1 0 game Baltimore a r h by Aparicio is 3100 Blair of Robinsn if Robinsn 3b Powell in Blefary of Johnson 2b Etche brn c Snyder pm Haney c Lopez p Bunker p Rabosky p 41304011 40104110 40111100 30001113 0 00 9000 300900001 32-3 3 1 3 41-3 1 2-3 2 2 3 01 1 0 6 2 0 3 0 2 total 31 2 7 2 total 32 5 8 5 Chicago 010000010 2 Baltimore 290 000 3 0 a 5 a Ward. Do Baltimore 1. Lob Chicago 8, Baltimore 12. 2bblefary, Josephson Powell. Or Snyder 4. So Powell. , col Vito. In h r Erbb so l.3-9 31-3 3 Mcmahon locker Lopez Bunker w.3-4. Drabowsky t2 51. Second game Chicago Baltimore. 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A12,384. 2 behind the Strong Relief pitch ing of Wally Bunker and Russ Snyder s three run Pinch hit Home run in the seventh inning. Phoebus notching his ninth Victory held Chicago to six hits and drove in two runs with a fourth inning single. Paul Blair hit his ninth Homer for the Ori Oles in the sixth. The Nightcap also saw Balti More s All Star third baseman. Brooks Robinson hit into a Tri ple play for the second time in the past three years. Robinson grounded to Chicana third baseman Ken Boyer with two men on in the fifth and boy or stepped on third threw to Sec Ond for the Force and the relay to first got Robinson. Wilbur Wood and Bruce How Ard took the losses for the White sox whose Lead Over second place Minnesota was Cut to 1% games. Bunker s first game Triumph was his third in seven decisions. Nats whack Angels Anaheim a Paul Casanova and Bernie Allen each drove in two runs sunday and barrel Knowles pitched effectively in Relief As Washington Defeated California 7-2.it was the senators 20th Vic tory in 28 games. Camillo Pascual 11-8, got credit for the Victory although he had to retire after five innings after being struck on the left ankle by a Jimmy Hall grounder. Knowles blanked the Angeles the last few innings. A Homer by Bobby Knoop a single by Bob dodgers and a triple by Jose Cardenal cos Pascual two runs in the fifth. A walk a hit batsman and � single by Frank Howard produced the first of two Washington runs in the first inning against loser Jim Mcglothlin 9-3. Mcglothlin let in the second run with a wild pitch. The Young right hander gave up a two run Homer to Bernie. Allen in the fourth and a two run single to Casanova in the fifth. 20 out of 28 a life or Washington a r h by Cullen is Mcmullen 3b Howard if Knowles p Valentine of Petersn of Nen in Casanova c Bazien 2b pal Scull p Stroud of California a r h w3100 4 2 104011 1000 41112100 3000 41223112 2000 1000 Cardenal of Fregosi is Hall of Morton of Mincher in Repoz if Reichardt held 3b Kelso p Schaal pm Coates p Skowron pm Satriano c Werhas 3b Knoop 2b Agio thin p Rodgers c 4011 4010 3010 1000 4010 2 00 0 if 2010 2000 0000 1000 0000 1000 2000 2010 3111 1000 2110 total 31 7 6 6 total 34 2 8 2 Washington 200 230 0007 California 000 020 0002 a Cullen. Do Washington 2, California 1. Lob Washington 5, California v 6. 2bmcmullen. 3b Cardenal. 3knop 8. A Cullen. In h r Erbb so Pascual w.ll-8 5 52202 Knowles 4 30012 Mcglothlin l,9-4 .4 34422 Kelso 2 33333 Coates -. 3 0 0 0 1 2 hip Mcglothlin Mcmullen. We Kelso. T2 29. A12,497. . Trims pirates 5-4 Pittsburgh a Len Gabrielson cracked three hits and Ron Hunt drove in two runs leading the los Angeles dodgers to a 5-4 Victory Over Pittsburgh sunday. The Triumph snapped a five game dodger losing Streak. Bob Miller saved the game for Claude Osteen 1.8-11, in the Bot Tom of the eighth by forcing Donn Clendenon to hit into a double play that retired the Side with Maury wills on third an Roberto Clemente on first. Hunt drove in his runs with a double in the first and a Sacri fice in the second. Gabrielson drove in one and scored on with his three hits. Sparks phils Philadelphia a Bill White hammered a three run Homer climaxing a five run Philadelphia rally in the eighth inning that carried the Phillies to a 8-4 Victory Over Houston sunday. Two walks and a bunt single by Johnny Briggs loaded the bases with none out in the eighth. Then Tony Gonzalez dropped a Bloop single to left tying the score. An error by Catcher Dave Ellesh at the plate gave Phila Delphia the Lead and then White connected. It was the sixth straight Victory for the streaking Phillies. Big 8th inning Houston a r Davis Morgan of 2b radar 3b staub of a Minier Mathews if in Adlesh c Lillis is Giusti p Wilson p Schneider p Latman p 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 4 3 1 0 0 Philadelphia Rabi 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Rojas 2b Briggs it Gonzalez a of Razien 3b White in

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