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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 12, 1967, Tokyo, JapanNays Knock twins in 5 40 20 innings tigers St. Paul Minneapolis my ,5l?s a Ken Mcmullen hit a Lead off Homer in the 20th inning lifting Washington to a 9-7 Vic tory Over the Minnesota twin sin a game which the senators tied with a seven run seven thinning rally wednesday night. Frank Howard whose three run Homer climaxed the seventh inning burst followed Mcmullen s 14th Homer with a double advanced on a sacrifice an scored the final run on Dick Nen s sacrifice Fly. The two runs were score against Jim Roland who entered the game in the 17th, re placing al Worthington. Worthington came into the game wit two on and one out in the eighth and stopped the senators cold. The game was the second Lon Gest night game in major league history for innings played. The St. Paul Minneapolis a if major league baseball players were Nad overtime extra inning games the Washington senators would be reaping the biggest dividends this season. So far the senators have played three marathons a 22-inntnggame consuming six hours and 30 minutes a 20-inning contest taking five hours and 40 minutes and a 19-inning game lasting five hours and 18th minutes. Incidentally the senators won the 22 and 20-inning games an lost the 19-inning contest. The hardest working Washington player during the three games was Catcher Paul Casanova. He caught every inning a total of 61 innings. Apparently it did t bother him. Casanova said tin setting used to longest was the 22-inning Mara or produced the in which Washington beat the Chicago White sox 6-5 Las june 12. Five other night games have gone 19 innings. The senators blanked on two hits by Dave Boswell for six innings started their tying Rall with two on and two out. Four singles and Howard s 29th Horn Howard s blast travelled 435feet to Center Field. Tim Cullen drilled a two run single and de Stroud and Mcmullen single Home runs earlier in the inning. Boswell gave up Cullen s hit then Jim Grant relieved and Sai e. Was cuffed for the three singles consumed. The 22-fnning was hand the Homer. The twins had collected 11hits to take a 7-0 Lead after six innings. Key hits for Minnesota were Tony Oliva s two run single and a triple by Bob Allison and sin Gles by Russ Nixon and Sandy Valdespino that drove in first two runs scored on a wild pitch and an error in the first inning. Darold Knowles came in to pitch for Washington in the eighth and he and Dave Bald win who relieved in the 18th,held the twins to just six hits Over the last 13 innings. Knowles allowed just three hits walked two and recorded 10 of 19 strikeouts compiled bythe Washington staff. The time of the game was5 40, making this also the Sec Ond longest night game in time Simmons silences yanks in debut Anaheim Calif. Up Crafty Curt Simmons found a Home in Anaheim stadium wednesday night As he scattered 10 hits to Blank the new York Yankees 7-0 in his american league debut for the California Angels. His Angel teammates made the 38-year-old Simmons feel right at Home As they kept him out of danger with four double plays and pushed around the Yankee pitching staff for 14 hits. The savvy Simmons switch ing to the Junior circuit after 18 years in the National league used a variety of pitches to Foo the once mighty new yorkers. He fanned Only one and walked but two. The Angels had just purchased the former Philadelphia Whiz kid from the Chicago cubs where his i ecord was 3-7,Simmons was no Slouch with the Bat in his hand either. After Bubba Morton and Rick Reich Ardt had singled with one out inthe second and Bobby Knoop hit a sacrifice Fly to account for the first California run Simmons laced a Well placed double Down the left Field line to scor Reichardt. The Veteran aided his own cause again in the fourth inning when he kept an Angel rally alive with a sacrifice bunt after Knopp had singled and Bob Rodgers had walked. With two outs Little Jos Cardenal drilled a single to left to plate both runners. Jim Fregosi singled to Send Carden al packing to third. Shrewd Fregosi then tricked Yankee Catcher Bob Tillman into throwing to second on a delayed double steal appeared to be a dead Duck when second baseman Simmons sizzles new York a Clarke 2b a Robinsn Mantle in Tresh if Csmith 3b of Pepitone of Tillman c Amaro is Barber p White pm Tillotson p Moschitto Hamlton pm p 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 1 1 0 1 0 California Rabi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cardenal a of Fregosi is held 3b Mincher in Morton of Reichardt if Knoop 2b Rodgers Simmons c p 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 Rabi 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 total 33 0 10 0 total 31 7 14 6 new York 000 000 0000 California. 020301 lox7 , Amaro. Do new York 2, California 4. Lob new York 8, California 6. 28simmons, Mantle. 3b Morton. A Simmons Mincher. Of Knoop. In h Barber l.7-134 9 Tillotson 2 3 2 2 Simmons w,l-0 9 10 t2 13. A19384. R Erboso 5522 1101 Horace Clarke chased him to first. But Clarke missed the tag As Fregosi suddenly applied the brakes and do Cocci under the Glove. Meanwhile Cardenal was scoring easily while Clarke chased Fregosi Back to secondhand finally made the put out. Simmons did it again in the sixth when his single with two Down followed a single by Knoop. Cardenal then chipped in with his second single to account for his third rib. The final Angel tally came inthe seventh when Morton tripled after a walk to Woody held. Curt Simmons shutout in . Debut a Perez Powers reefs above astros 7-3 Cincinnati up Tony Perez pounded out four straight hits two of them homers and drove Home four runs As the Cincinnati reds erupted for five unearned runs in the third inning to beat the Houston astros 7-3 wednesday night behind the six hit pitching of Gary Nolan. Nolan 19, picked up his ninth Victory of the season against five losses As he struck out five and walked two. Starter to Belinsky was the victim of the reds five run uprising in the third that came with two out. Julio Gotay booted Chico Ruiz grounder to touch off the rally. Nolan followed with single and two outs later Pete Rose singled Home the first two time out runs of the inning. The hustling Rose then came the Way in to score on the same play when Rusty staub s throw sailed Over Catcher Ron Brand s head. After Belinsky hit Lee May Perez hit his first Homer to make it 5-0. Perez second Homer his 22nd of the season came in the sixth inning of Carroll Sembera the third of four Houston pitchers. In the eighth Perez batted in his fourth run with a single after Rose doubled. Nolan who did t allow a hit until Brand led off the sixth inning with a single lost his shutout in the eighth when Houston scored twice on a Wal to de Mathews Brand s double an infield out and a single Bogotay. Staub homered to Lead off the ninth to account for theother Houston run. 4-for-4 Houston a Gotay is 4 Morgan 2b Wynn of staub of Nolller if Mathews in apr mate 3b Brand c Belinsky p Latman p Brandt pm Sembera p Rader pm Eilers p 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 1 0 1 01 0 Rabi 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 Cincinnati a Harper of 3 Pinson of Rose May Perez Helms Paulel if in 3b is Ich c Ruiz 2b Nolan p 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 2 Rabi 000 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 this looks like a Good spot total 33363 total 317106 Houston 000 000 0213 Cincinnati oosoololx7 a Gotay staub Ruiz. Do Houston 2. Lob Houston 5, Cincinnati 3. 2bhelms, Brand Rose. Or Perez 2 22staub 8. Sharper. In h r Erbb so Belinsky l,3-722-3 6 5 0 0 1lai Man 21-31 0 0 1 0 Sembera 2 11101 Eilers i 21100 Nolan w.9-5 9 63325 hip Belinsky . We Latman. T2 09. A10,090. ? Miji Migton Chicago game took 6 88. 40 played Washington a r h bist Roud of Mcmullen 3b if Valc Nune Ronen 1l Casanova c Bazien 2b Baldwin p Cullen is Cole Nan p Saverine pm prickly p Hazien pm c x p Epstein pm lines p Pete in Brinkman 7111 9232 9243 60006101 9140 7000 10007112 0000 1000 0000 1000 Minnesota a r h by Versalles is 7000 Roland p 1000 Tovar 2b Oliva it Killebrew Reese in Allison if Vald Spiliu 7 3 1 2 10 0 6000 90302111 1000 pass i 9130 8232 in 6 1 2 0 3010 2011. 0 Rollins 3b Quilici 2b Uhlaender of Nixon c Kosroph 0000 Zirman c 2000 1110 he Nedz is 200 0 0000 Kaat pm 1000 1000 Boswell p 2110 3000 Grant p 0000 1000 Kline p 0000 Worthall p 2000 Izquerdo c 2000 a. 69 9 14 9 total tilt Washington 000 000 700 000 000 000 02 9 Minnesota 211 012 000 000 000 000 00 7 a Casanova. Mcmullen. Of Washington 2, Minnesota 2. Lo3 Washington 10, Minnesota 13. 28 Killebrew . 38allison or Mcmullen 14. Valentine. A Boswell Valentine 2. Sinen. H r Erbb so 43303 31101 43320 00002 3 0 0 2 10 30003 62-3 4 3 3 3 6 333002-321111 c x Knowles. Baldwin w,l-3 Grant Kline Worthington. In .10. 3. 8 2 0 0 2 Roland l.0-1 4 3 2 2 0 hip Boswell Valentine. We Coleman. T5 40. A16,901. Nudge Chison Detroit a ear Wilson fired a five hitter and al Kaline drove in two runs with a sacrifice Fly and a Home run As the Detroit tigers Defeated the american l e a g u a Leadin Chicago White sox 4-2 wednesday night. Wilson 15-9, pitched his layout of two jams with key strikeouts. Kaline drove in a run in the first with a sacrifice Fly after Dick Mcauliffe led off with walk and Don Wert doubled. Kaline s 19th Home run came inthe third off Rookie Fred Klages the tigers added two runs of Relief Pitcher John Buzhardt in the sixth. Norm Cash s double a walk a wild pitch and Pinch hitter Lenny Green s sacrifice Fly brought in one run. When Rookie shortstop Rich morale fired Walt Williams relay into the stands on Green s Fly Ball a not tier run came in. Wilson coasted along on a one hit shutout going into the sixth when he walked Pinch hitter Wayne Causey. Williams who had three hits singled to left and Don Buford walked loading the bases. Causey scored on Tom me Craw s sacrifice Fly and Wilson got out of the Jam by getting Ken Boyer on a tap to the Mound and fanning Pete Ward. The White sox picked up an other run in the eighth. With one out Williams tripled to right Center and Tommie Agee singled. Wilson got Mccraw on an in Field grounder but Boyer beat out a hit to the Mound before Wilson struck out Pinch hitter Smoky Burgess. Atsumi edges win with Wilson a Chicago Detroit Kam Seya Yokosuka Japan inf a the Katsugi stars eliminate the Kam Seya stars 5-2 be Hind the four hit pitching of Tom Kaulaity in the comma forja pan softball tournament at Atsu i naval air station. Pitcher Harry Allison gave up five hits in a losing cause. In the second game Bob Stelzer gave up one hit in hurling the uss Chandler nine to a 4-1victory Over the Iwakuni stars eliminating them from the tourney. Losing Pitcher al Green gave up Only two hits but wild Ness and walks gave the Chand Ler the game. The Fleet activities Sase Botham eliminated its next door rivals the mine flotilla i stars in the closest game of the Day 4-3. The winning run was scored in the last inning when an Star Outfield error permitted a runner to score from third. Butch see Rcd won with a six hitter giving him a 1-1 record for the tournament. Taking the loss was Earl Epperson. Woody Lane pitched a no hit Ter As the Katsugi flyers clobbered the uss Mars team 20-0in a one sided event eliminating the Mars from let Only one Man reach first when he struck a Batter with a pitched Ball. George Elioff took the loss under a 17-hit Katsugi attack. Teams throughout Japan an Okinawa Are participating in the tournament with the championship game slated sunday. Chicag Detroi a Williams if Buford 26 Agee of Mccraw of buyer 3b Ward in Buzhardt p Burgess pm locker p col Vito of Josephson c Martin pm Morales is 4 2 1 3 4 3 0 1 0 3 3 1 3 Rabi 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cauliffe Wert 3b Kaline of who Lon a 2b if Stanley of Cash in Northrup of Freehan c Oyler is Green pm Trocewski Wilson p is 3 4 2 2 1 4 4 2 2 0 0 3 Rhyl 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 9 in 5 2 19 h 4 1 0 5 r e 2 2 0 2 or 1 2 1 0 2 b 3 1 0 3 50 2 0 0 5 Ivich Uwin do j of u Kenw Dlhy pm 1 0 0 0 Klages p 1 0 0 0 Causey 2b 1 1 0 0 total 31 2 5 2 total 27 4 5 3 Chicago 000 001 0102 Detroit 101 002 Fox 4 a Morales. Lob Chicago 6, Detroit 9. 2bwert, cosh. 3bwilliams. Or Kaline 19. Of Kaline Mccawl Green. Klages l,0 Buzi Wardt locker Wilson w,15-9 we Buzhardt. T2 42. A21,575. Injured thumb sidelines Bottey Minneapolis St. Paul a the Minnesota twins placed Catcher Earl Battey on the disabled list for 21 Days wednesday and called up Veter an minor league Catcher Hank Izquierdo from their Denver farm team in the Pacific coast suffered a dislocated right thumb when struck by afoul Ball in tuesday night s twins Washington game , 3 i a native of Cuba who now lives in Miami fla.,has played in the this country since 1951. Pacific stars & stripes 21saturday, August 12, 1967

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