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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 10, 1967, Tokyo, JapanMinor leagues compiled from wire services Pacific coast league Western division Vancouver Spokane Tacoma Portland Seattle Hawaii Eastern san Diego Oklahoma City Indianapolis Denver Phoenix Tulsa w 62 62 63 59 54 50 l 54 54 57 60 61 68 Pel. .534 .534 .525 .495 .470 .424 go i 4 /2 7 /2 13division w 65 65 59 55 55 51 l 51 54 54 61 61 65 pet. .560 .546 .522 .474 .474 .440 go l /3 4 /2 10 10 14 monday Oklahoma City 2 Indianapolis 1 Seattle 6 Tacoma 1 son Diego 3 Vancouver 2 Tulsa 14 Hawaii 13 to tuesday san Diego at Vancouver. Seattle at Tacoma. Spokane at Portland. Hawaii at Tulsa. Oklahoma City at Indianapolis 2. Denver at Phoenix. International league Rochester Richmond Toronto Toledo Columbus Jacksonville Syracuse Buffalo Richmond 3 Rochester 5 Toronto 3-2 Columbus 5 Buffalo at w 61 62 55 53 53 52 48 46 t monday tuesday Toronto. Syracuse at Rochester Toledo at Columbus. L 46 49 52 52 56 57 59 59 pet. It .570 .559 1 .514 6 .505 7 .486 9 .477 10 .449 13 .438 14 of Jacksonville 1 2 Syracuse 0 Buffalo 1-0 Toledo 1 Jacksonville at Richmond. To Texas league Amarillo Albuquerque Elpaso w 68 57 57 . Worth 52 Austin Arkansas Dallas fort Amarillo .8 Albuquerque 49 48 monday Worth 4 6-4 l 43 51 52 60 63 62 pet. Go .613 .528 9va .523 10 .464 161/2 .437 19 /2 .436 19vz Austin 3 Elpaso 2 Arkansas 4-1 tuesday Amarillo at Elpaso. Little Rock at Albuquerque. Dallas fort Worth at Austin. Southern league Birmingham Montgomery Evans ill Charlotte Macon Knoxville w65 6462 5841 37 l45 4646 5367 70 pet. Cb.51 .582 1.574 2 .523 7 /2.385 23 .346 26�/2 Montgomery 10 Evansville 7 Charlotte 3 monday Knoxville 6 Brimingham 3 Macon 2 Eastern league Eastern division Binghamton Pittsfield Waterbury Pawtucket w 66 54 53 50 l 45 52 58 59 Western division Williamsport Reading Elmira York w 60 59 58 35 l 49 50 50 72 pet. Go .595 .509 91/2 .477 13 .459 15 pet. Go .550 .541 1 .537 l /2 .327 24 monday Pittsfield 4- Waterbury 3-1 York 8-1 Elmira 0-2 Reading 3-1 Williamsport 1-3 Binghamton 2 Pawtucket 1 Pittsfield 4 Waterbury 3 orioles continued from Page 18 held the orioles to two hit through six innings. Frank and Brooks Robinson each singled to Start the Baltimore seventh and Paul Blair broke the scoreless tie with a sacrifice Fly. Dave Johnson s double sent another run Home and then Bowens unloaded his third Homer Over the left Centerfield Fence. Brabender striking out 12 and walking three allowed two runners to reach third base. Gene fans 12 Cleveland a r h bima be of Davall Llo of Wagner if Thorton in Alvis 3b Sims c Fuller 2b Lbrown is Dong Hue Culver p total Cleveland p 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 1 3 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 01 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Baltimore a Aparicio is Powell in of Robinsn Robinsn Blair of if 3b Johnson 2b Bowens of Etche brn c Brabender total 00001 p 4 3 3 4 2 3 3 3 2 27 Rabi 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 01 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0baltimore 000 000 4 0 a 4 a Aparicio Sims. Do Cleveland 2, Baltimore 1. Lob Cleveland 7, Baltimore 3. 2bpowell, Johnson. Or Bowens 3. A Brabender. Of Blair. In h r Erbb so Odonoghue l,5-5 71-36 4 4 2 1 Culver 2-31 000 Brabender w.1-2. � 4 0 0 3 12 we Brabender 2. T2 08. A i,811. Angels Pacific Northwest look Bash Yankees atom Otto to Finley but. Anaheim Calif. Up the California Angels made an Aheim stadium look like a shooting gallery in the eighth inning monday night scoring seven runs on six hits to come from behind and beat the new York Yankees by an 8-4 score. The blow that broke a tie during the big inning was a bases loaded single by Rich Reichardt that scored two run Sand put the Angels ahead 6-4. Jim Fregosi and Bubba Morton also drove in tyo runs each with singles during the eighth. Fregosi had three hits in four trips and drove in a total of three runs during the explosive evening. Going into the fatal eighth the Yankees had a 2-1 Lead and increased it to 4-1 when Mickey Mantle hit his 20th Homer of the year with Roy White on base. Fritz Peterson started for the Yankees and went seven innings but walked the first Man up in the eighth and then gave up a single to Jose Cardenal. Peterson then departed and was replaced by Dooley Womack who allowed two hits and two runs and took his fifth loss against four victories. Minnie Rojas the second of three Angel hurlers got credit for his ninth win against seven losses. The Angels took a 1-0 Lead in the first inning on Cardenal s double and Fregosi s single Mocenter. The advantage lasted until the seventh when Rojas walked Bill Robinson Ruben Amaro singled and then Jake Gibbs singled scoring Robinson. On the play Reichardt bobbled the Ball Inlet Field for an error which allowed Gibbs to Trot Home. Eruption in 8th new York a Clarke 2b White of Moschitto of Mantle in Tresh if Gibbs c Csmith 3b a Robinsn of Amaro is Peterson p Womack p Hamlton p Tillotson p Kennedy pm 4 4 0 3 3 4 4 3 4 3 0 0 0 1 Rabi 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 01 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 California a Cardenal of Werhas 3b Aai Cher in Fregosi is Skowron in Hall pm Knoop 2b held 2b Reichardt if school 3b Morton of Kelso p Rodgers c Hamlton p Rojas p Taylor pm Repoz of 5 1 1 4 3 0 1 1 4 0 4 0 3 2 0 0 1 Rabi 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 33483 total 308118 new York 000 000 2204 California 100 000 0 7 x 8 a Reichardt . Do new York 1. California 2. Lob new York 5, California 5. 2bcardenal. Or Mantle 20. So Gibbs. A Werhas held Rodgers. In h r Erbb so Peterson Womack l,4-5 Tillotson Rojas w,9-7kelso we Rojas. To 2 7. 0o 1s. 3 51. 6 2 2 1 3 41 a 17 3 23 to 4o ,836. 3 22 of 3o 4 0o o 2 1 9 0o o 2 3 red sox Deal Catcher to yanks new York up the new York Yankees tuesday acquired Catcher Bob Tillman from the Boston red sox for the $20,000waiver Price. Tillman became available when the Yankees sent Catcher Elston Howard to the red sox. A Yankee spokesman said the Tillman Deal was a result of the Howard Trade but not part fit. The Yankees still will get two players from the red so later. Seattle Wash. Up Charles o. Finley owner of the Kansas City athletics baseball team said monday the Pacific Northwest is an untapped sports Empire but stopped Short of saying the a s would be the first team to exploit it. In Seattle to talk with mayor dorm Braman and gov. Dan Evans Finley said he would announce about oct. 1 whether he would move to Seattle or Oakland Calif., or stay in Kansas City. I m not too satisfied in Kansas City he said. He said he had made no firm decision to move the club but would move the team by next season if he decided to relocate. The governor after meeting with Finley in Olympia said i m confident Seattle stacks up so Well against the other Possi ble Sites that it will be the prime Choice for the comparing Seattle and Oak land Finley said a new team in Seattle would face less Competition in getting established because Oakland already had professional sports. The athletics would have to play in sick s stadium now Home of the Seattle Angels of the Pacific coast league until an All purpose sports stadium is built. I Don t think there Are any problems that could t be solved overnight he said in regard to expanding the stadium to meet the major league minimum seating capacity of 25,000. Key considerations in a move to Seattle would be the length of time it would take to build a stadium and financial arrange ments for it he said. Nothing was revealed on discussions with officials concerning Finan Ces. He said he still had to talk with officials at Oakland an Kansas City and review a study being prepared on the three cities before he could make a decision. He said he had no indication How the owners of the american league would react to a request for permission to move the franchise. Finley came to Seattle at the invitation of the mayor and the governor who telephoned him last week to ask him to relocate Here. Finley said he found real enthusiasm for major league sports in the Northwest. Braman told newsmen he thought Finley was considering Seattle seriously and not talking just to improve his bargaining position elsewhere. . Firm sues Bubba Baltimore my. A a Washington . Firm charged in Federal court monday that Bubba Smith giant Rookie tackle for the Baltimore Colts has not paid an agreed to commis Sion on an estimated $200,000 he received to sign with the National football league team. The suit alleges Smith violated a three year contract with celebrities investment manage ment co. Of Washington. Smith was Given 20 Days to show cause Why a $20,000 Lien against his assets should not be granted by a Federal judge. According to Joseph Tubiolo president of the management firm Smith agreed in Decem Ber 1966, to make celebrities investment his sole agent for negotiations. The Federal court suit alleges Smith was represented by oth ers at the signing by the Colls last june 1. The suit said celebrities had secured Smith s agreement to allow them to handle his serv ices As a professional athlete for endorsements and other serv ices for 10 per cent. The Colts picked the 6-foot 7ms, 280-Pounder As first round draft Choice. He played in col lege at Michigan state. , Yokohama gain in l league by . Ron Fleck inner Zama Japan inf a Kano Mura s All stars and the Yoko Hama cardinals posted victories on opening Day of the 1967 far East Little league regional baseball tournament. Kanto Mura eliminated Tachi Kawa from the three Day meet As Lester Sasaki threw a four hitter and hit two Home runs. Yokohama downed Taipei 4-1 on five hits in the second game. Sasaki tossed 87 pitches at 22 Tachi batters. He struck out 11 and walked Only one. The Young right hander also was responsible for five of Kan to Mura s six runs. He hit. A bases loaded Homer in the third inning and blasted a Solo shot Over the Center Fence in the fifth. Kanto Mura scored their other run in the second when Jack Langenstein came Home after Wallace Carter bobbled Steve Morris single in Center. Tachikawa ruined Sasaki s shutout in the sixth on Ralph Berry s two out single which scored Dan Nelson who had doubled. Mike Wright was tagged for the loss after leaving the game in the third inning. Nays Knock off twins Minneapolis St. Paul a Washington s Phil Ortega held the Minnesota twins to three hits Ken Mcmullen Hom ered and Paul Casanova 5-0 shutout Washington a r h by Minnesota a r h by Cullen 2b Mcmullen Howard Stroud of Pei Erin Hazien of Casanova Nen in Brinkman Ortega p 3b if of c is 4 4 4 0 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 01 0 0 01 2 1 0 0 Versalles Roland p Tovar 2b Oliva of Killebrew Allison if Rollins 3b Uhlaender Zirman Nixon c Kaat p Reese pm Grant p Valdespino is in Csc pm 4 0 4 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 01 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total Washington Minnesota 34 5 6 5 total 29 0 3 0 300 002 0005 000 000 0000 a Rollins Versalles Tovar. Do Washington 1, Minnesota 1. Lob Washington 3, Minnesota 4. 28 Casanova Allison. Or Mcmullen 13. In Ortega w,9-59 Kaat l8-11 6 Grant 2 Roland 1 t2 01. A14,344. H r Erbb so 30027 45116 20001o o a a cracked a two run double As the senators blanked the twins 5-0 monday night. Ortega won his ninth game in 14 decisions and ended a seven game personal losing Streak against the twins. He struck out seven. Washington jumped ahead with three runs in the first in Ning. Loser Jim Kaat 8-11, loaded the bases and after Tim Cullen scored on a fielder s Choice Casanova doubled Over third base scoring Mcmullen and Cap Peterson. Minnesota failed to get a Man on base until the fifth inning. With one out Bob Allison Dou bled off Hank Aiken s Glove in Center but was stranded when Rich Rollins and Ted Uhlaender flied out. In the sixth Washington collected two More runs. Mcmullen lined his 13th Homer of the year 392 feet into the left Field stands and Dickten singled another run across. In the second game Yoko Hama made five hits Good for four runs to eliminate Taipei Sall Star entry. The cardinals scored one in the first Frame when Mike Huddleston took first after being hit by losing hurler Gary Riding s pitch. He went to second on a fielder s Choice and scored on a single by Mike Morse. Morse singled in another run to help produce three tallies for Yokohama in the third. Bob Livesay doubled then came Home on a passed Ball. Ken Bass s infield sacrifice produce the other run. Livesay scattered six hits walked two and fanned eight in posting the win for Yokohama. Riding gave up five hits and struck out four before Steve Gosun came on in the fourth and retired the Side. Managers and coaches of the participating teams Are Joe Conroy and Ron Grayum Misawa Gregorio Calvo and an Tonio Eustaquio Guam Bill Harker and Roy Yarbrough Yokohama John enrich and Tom Schamber Tachikawa Merle Kidd and Rod Jones Kan to Mura and Dan Shelton an Tom Fisher Taipei. R h a Tachikawa 000 0011 4 3 kanto Mura 014 01 x6 7 2 Sasaki cd Waller Wright Berry 3 and Jones. Of r h b Taipei 003 0011 6 2 Yokohama 103 oox4 5 0 Livesay and Morse Riding Gosun 4 and Knudsen. Boxer s wife fined $700 los Angeles up fran Ces Heath is $100 poorer today because she loves her husband heavyweight Boxer Irish Wayne Heath and could t stand to see him lose. The 28-year-old woman was fined the $100 monday when she pleaded guilty to interfering with a policeman in the performance of his duty. Municipal judge Mary e. Walters gave mrs. Heath of Duarte Calif., the option of paying the Fine or spending 20 Days in jail. She paid the Fine. Pacific stars & stripes 19 thursday August 10,1967

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