Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 7 1967, Page 17

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 7, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Mays Star again Alston adds Perez a too Many Good things Are happen ing to me is the Way Ernie Veteran Chicago cub first accepted his assignment wednesday to the National league Allstar the 36yearold counted out As a cub regular in Spring was tapped for his 12th Allstar game appear Ance As manager Walt Alston of the los Angeles dodgers named nine players to round out his National league this is said the Gen Ial whose resurgence was a major Factor in the amazing Rush of the cubs from last to near the top of the National league too Many Good things Are happening to me this our getting up in first and i cant believe All these said it Means a lot of personal satisfaction to me and now i can go into this big game talk ing about our team for a when Ive gone to the All Star game the other players were always talking about their chances and p Chi Ilont say airy this is the first time that i can go out there and talk about currently hitting with 44 Bis and 15 and Pitcher Ferguson Jenkins 115 Are the Only cub representatives on the no squad designated the Allstar game at Anaheim july Banks finished behind starter Orlando Cepeda of the Louis cardinals and Felipe Alou of the Atlanta braves in the players Allstar balloting for first the but Power pack ing cub failed to make the 1966 Allstar squad in a season marked by his lowest Home run and a batting this Banks was tabbed for replacement by John Boccabella or Clarence but after being named a play Erc Oach he turned out to be All player and no the lineups a the starting lineups Tor tuesdays ail Star baseball game at Anaheim pitchers to be announced National league Orlando in Bill 2b 3b Gene is Lou of Hank of Roberto of Joe c american league Harmon in Rod 2b Brooks 3b Rico is Carl of Tony of Frank of Bill c 18 Pacific stars stripes july j baser compiled from wire services american league Chicago Minnesota Detroit Boston California Cleveland Baltimore new Yok Kansas City Washington w 44 43 41 40 40 38 36 34 35 33 l 30 34 34 35 40 39 40 42 44 45 go 3 3va 7 9 11 13 tuesday night Minnesota 7 new York Chicago 4 Baltimore 0 Detroit it Cleveland 1 California 4 Bosto 3 wednesday Detroit porters 20 at Cleveland o Donoghue 41 Wishin titon More 37 at Kansas City Dobson 45 new York Pekins 00 at Minnesota Kaat 68 Baltimore Arkisson 00 at Chicago Horlen 101v Boston 101 Boston Lon born 103 at California Bronet 5j11 thursday Baltimore Mcnally 45 at Chicago Peters Only Gime National league Louis Chicago Cincinnati san Francisco Atlanta Pitt Burah Pillad Miia los Anci Eles now York Houston 46 46 44 41 40 38 38 33 29 29 l 30 31 36 38 37 36 38 44 45 49 tuesday night Atlanta 4 Philadelphia 4 Houston wednesday go 4 6vz 6v2 7 8 13vz 16 18 Chicago 2 3 11 Wilson 45 at Philadelphia Wise 26 or Jackson 58 san Ranico Mccormick 93 at new York Shaw 27 los angles 59 at Pittsburgh Blass 321 Nye 73 at Atlanta Johnson 74 Cincinnati Maloney 54 at Louis Cosman 10 if thursday cd Carto Simmons 36 at Houston Blasin Zrimc 21 Cincinnati Queen 84 at Louis Hughes 73 Only crimes motion moves up from minors Baltimore a the Baltimore orioles announced wednesday that outfielder Curt motion of their Rochester farm club wih fill the roster vacancy created by the Trade of Pitcher Steve Barber to the new York a club said Mot was batting for the triple club this season with 11 Home runs and Willie Mays Allstar Reserve a Barber to yanks Paul Minneapolis a Steve a hard Luck Lethander who was the Ace of the Baltimore pitching staff a year was traded by the orioles to the new York Yankees tuesday night for two players to be named later and bothered by Arm trouble most of last season and the Start of this Lias a 49 which includes a one hitter and a combined no hitter that the orioles the Yankees said the amount of Money involved was More than the waiver they will give the orioles a major league player at the end of this and also a minor league player to be named in a few As part of the Baltimore has agreed to take on option to its Rochester farm team in the International league one of two rookies now on the Yankee Sands or Frank the Yankees drafted both from Rochester this a 20game Winner in 1963 with a 9575 career Mark in eight seasons with won 10 games in before an inflamed Tendon in his Elbow in mid july sidelined him virtually continued on Page 2 Cincinnati wondrous Willie Mays of the san Francisco who failed to earn a Start ing berth in this years All Star game for the first time since was added to the National league squad along with eight other play ers who has a lifetime All Star average of started in 14 games from 1957 through he finished fourth in this years balloting for outfielders behind Pittsburgh Roberto Atlanta Hank Aaron and Lou Brock of Willie holds Allstar records for most hits runs triples stolen bases 6 and putouts also named by los Angeles manager Walt who Heads the no team for the annual classic july 11 at were Veteran first baseman Ernie Banks of c h i c a g infielders Tommy Helms and Tony Perez of outfielders Pete Rose of Rusty staub and Jimmy Wynn of and catchers Tom Haller of san Francisco and Tim Mccarver of enjoying one of his Best years at the age of is second in seniority among the added the cub Star has appeared in 12 games and has compiled a batting Wynn and staub made the team for the first Mccarver and Rose will be appearing in their second Allstar shifted to the Outfield this made the squad As a starting second baseman in Mccarver was one of the heroes in last years 21 no he led off the Bottom of the 10th with a advanced to second on a sacrifice and continued on Page 1 roster Cincinnati a Here is the com plete National league roster for the major league Allstar game to be played at Anaheim july 11 starting lineup Joe c Orlando in Bill 2b Richie 3b Gene is Roberto Hank Atlanta Ana Lou Oul Reserve catchers Tom san and Tim Reserve infielders Ernie Chi and Tommy Helms and Tony per Reserve outfielders Willie san Francisco Pete and Rusty staub and Jimmy pitchers Don Drysdale and Claude los Angeles Chicago Denny Atlanta Mike Houston Juan san Francisco Bob Louis and Tom new up Gene Alley a birthday present Honor up his Alley Pittsburgh Alley experienced his greatest thrill in baseball when he was chosen As the National league Allstar shortstop but he said he deserved the i Kinda expected to be picked on the said the pirate Star who will be 27 next the Day before the summer classic at that a real birthday he i kept looking at the performances of the other shortstops in the league i thought i would be but i was a Little concerned about Leo Cardenas of the Hes a great alleys Candor was a bit surprising since he is a modest player who believes in letting his performance do the talking for one of the hardest things i had to learn in the big leagues was to gain he and i can thank coach Johnny Pesky for helping Johnny would stay with me in Spring encouraging me and giving me the pirates have a tradition of Topflight shortstops and Alley is filling the Honus one of the original members of the Hall of won eight batting championships during his Long playing career with Pittsburgh that ended in As a of Wagner knew no Rabbit another Hall of Fame played with the pirates in the Early 20s and was succeeded by Glenn Wright who batted Over in his five year Wrights Dick bar continued on Page 1 Boston a Leroy Moy a 30yearold turned in one of the most spectacular Riding feats in horse racing history tuesday in piloting seven straight including four fingers in the Mayflower stakes at Suffolk Moyers became the first jockey Ever to ride seven straight winners on a single program in the others have Ridden seven on a program with inter England sir Gordon Rich who retired Van 1954 with a record Rode twelve consecutive winning races in 1933 Over a three Day John Sellers Rode the last three winners of a program at Atlantic City in 1961 and came Back to capture the first five races the next eight other riders have gone six for six since Suffolk leading jockey entering the Holiday Windup of a 66day launched his winning Streak by capturing the second race aboard Lionel in the Sec Ond he won the third aboard the fourth on lady buc the fifth on Kings and the sixth after sitting out the seventh he scored aboard Queen of in the eighth and then piloted four fingers to a front running Victory in the 33rd running of the Mayflower for two year Moyers rested during the run Ning of the 10th race and then had his winning Streak snapped As he finished third aboard Roy Al Nashua in the Lith and final four the 95 favorite of a closing Day crowd of jumped out in front shortly after the Start and won by one covering the six furlongs in on a fast retail King was 1 lengths ahead of noted four fingers paid and retail King paid and and noted scholar re turned to the 11race handle reached the largest for a july 4th in Suffolk

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