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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 17, 1967, Tokyo, JapanYankees gain is twin Bill sweep hit error win for cards new York a Fritz Peterson blanked Cleveland 2-0 on four hits after Al Downing had fashioned a five hit 2-1 con quest Friday night As the Newyork Yankees scored their first doubleheader sweep of the sea son. The yanks had lost two an split nine twin Bills before the two Young lefties broke the drought with their Sharp performances. For Peterson it was his Sec Ond straight Victory after losing his first eight. He struck out two walked three and had Only two scares in the fourth and eighth. In the fourth singles by Rocky colavito arid Don Demeter and an error put indians on second and third but he go Chico Salmon on a Fly to end it. In the eighth a bunt single a walk and a Force play had run ners on first and third but Peterson Gat Joe Azcue to tap Back to the Mound for the third out. The yanks got their first run in the first inning on a walk to Dick Howser a single by Joe Pepitone and Mickey Mantle s sacrifice Fly. Their other run in the third came on a single by Pepitone and pop Fly singles by Mantle and Steve Whitaker. Downing struck out five and walked one in his first Gam Effort running his record to 10 5. A fourth inning Homer by Elston Howard broke a 1-1 tie. Pepitone drove in the yanks first run in the first with a double but the indians matched it in the second on a Cue s Dou ble and a single by Rocky cola Vito. Lefties produce St. Louis a Pinch hit Ter Orlando Cepeda singled Inone run in the seventh inning and another scored on Jose Pagan s throwing error giving the St. Louis cardinals a 2-1 Victory Over Pittsburgh firday Spie do singled with one out in the seventh and moved upon a walk to Julian Javier. 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By United feature Syndicate. Inc. 10 11 27 39 59 28 60 ing hitter then stroked a ground single to left. Pinch hitter Dave Ricketts fouled out to left fielder Pagan but Javier scored on Pagan s High throw to the plate. Left hander Larry Jaster lifted for a hitter in the seventh received credit for his sixth Vic tory against four losses. Tom Casanova time Outi gives nays 3-j Triumph Mie Sisk who had a one hitter going into the cards seventh suffered his seventh setback in14 decisions. The pirates had taken a 1-0lead against j Aster in the top of the seventh. Gene Alley single with two out and scored when loft fielder Lou Brock let. Pagan s single got through him for an error. 6th for Jaster Washington a Paul Casanova looped a two out sin Gle to right in the eighth inning Friday night driving in two runs and leading the washing ton senators to a 3-1 Victory Over Detroit. It was Washington s fifth straight Victory and Detroit s fourth consecutive defeat. The senators Phil Ortega and Earl Wilson of Detroit were locked in a 1-1 Duel until Washington broke it open in the eighth. De Stroud s single leading off the inning was Only the fourth hit off Wilson. Stroud stole Sec Ond As Frank Howard struck out and continued to third on Bill Freehan s overthrow of Sec Ond. Fred Valentine walked. Hank Aguirre came on but walked Mike Epstein to Load the bases and was replaced by Mike Marshall who was greeted by Casanova s game winning sin Gle. Doubles by Ken Mcmull Enand Howard accounted for Washington s first run in the first inning and the tigers matched it in the seventh on Freehan s 13th Homer of the season. 5th straight Detroit Green if Lumpe 2b Cauliffe is Cash in Northrup of Freehan c wet 3b Stanley of Wilson p Aguirre p Marshall p total Washington Stroud of Mcmullen 3b Howard if Valentine of Epstein in Casanova c Bazien 2b Cullen is Ortega p Baldwin p a r h bi4110 41104011 31001000 40124000 20102000 0000 30 1 6 1 total 28 3 5 3 Detroit 000 000 1001 Washington 100 000 02x-3 a Mcmullen Lumpe Freehan. Do Detroit 1, Washington 3. Lob Detroit 6, Washington 7. 2bmcmullen, wort. Or Freehan 13. So Stroud. Sstanley Wilson 0 8 0 0 4 0 /7 4 . Horsemen in pan am tilts Hamilton mass. A two olympic veterans and two newcomers were named this week to represent the United states in the equestrian championship in the pan american games later this month at Winnipeg. Chosen by the u. S. Equestrian games committee were Mike Page of Briarcliff Manor,. Mike plumb of Bedminster n.j., Jim Wofford of Somer Ville n.j., and Ricky Echhardt of Purcellville a. Page and plumb were Mem Bers of the u. S. Team which won the Silver medal in the olympics in Tokyo in 1964. They also helped the . Team Winthe Gold medal in the pan american games in 1959 and 63. " Atta Way to swing the Ball Willie boy but straighten the next one out. You Okay dear Tough Tony Philadelphia Atlanta Gonzalez by tags cd lock pm Razien 3b c if cat i son of White in Roias 2b Dalrmple go liver c c Taylor 2b wine is Miller pm Wise p Clemens pm Farrell p Phil 4 2 1 3 4 2 1 3 1 4 3 1 2 1 0 1 r 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 2 1 0 1 0 01 0 01 0 01 0 0 0 of a r h by 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fanlou in a Jones of Aaron of Carty l Torre c Coyer 3b Waenke is Woodward 2b Cloninger p Hernandz p Upshaw p 4 2 3 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pittsburgh a r h by wills 3b 2000 Malou of 1010 Mota of 3000 Luplow if 1000 Clemente of 4010 Maroski 2b 4000 Clendenon in 4000 Alley is 4110 Pagan if 3020 St Virgell pm 0000 Pallaroni pm 0 0 0 0 Ribant or 0000 May c 3010 Sisk p 3000 St. Louis c of Brick if Tolan in Marls of Lacarver Shannon Spizio 3b Ajohnson or maxvill is Javier 2b Bressoud is Cepeda in Jaster p Ricketts pm Briles p Hoerner pm a r h bi4000 40002000 40002010 30100100 00002il 0 0 10001011 20001001 00000000 total 32 1 6 0 total Pittsburgh 0 00000 000 000 a Javier 2brock Pagan. Do Pittsburgh 1, 1. Lob Pittsburgh 7, 5. So Brock. In h Herb so Sirk l,7-7 8 32153 w.6-47 5 1 0 2 4 Briles -. 2 10010 t2 22. A25,668. K Fth nning hit wins Cincinnati a Tony Perez bases loaded single inthe l inning gave the Cincin Nati reds and Rookie right Han Der Gary Nolan a 1-0 Victory Over the new York mets Friday night. Nolan hurled a five hitter Fortis eighth Victory against two setbacks in winning a Brilliant Duel against the Mots Jack Fisher. Total. 33 2 7 2 total 27 4 6 4 Philadelphia. 101 000 0002 Atlanta 300 001 0 0 x 4 do Philadelphia 2, Atlanta 1. Lob Philadelphia 8, Atlanta 3. 2b-Aaron. Or Gonzalez 5carty 11aaron 23. . h Herb so Wise l,4-7 6 54425 Farrell 2 10011 Cloninger w,3-4 .61-35 2 2 4 6 Hernandez 11-31 0 0 0 0 Upshaw 11-31 0 0 0 2wpcloninger. T2 42. A21,168. Of Lanka hrs shop phils 4-2 Atlanta a Rico Carty slammed a three run Homer inthe first inning Friday night igniting Atlanta to a 4-2 Victory Over Philadelphia whose come Back bid was checked by Han Kaaron s 23rd Home run of the season. Carty s Lith blast of the Yea came after Mack Jones walked and Aaron doubled. The Phillies had taken a 1-0 Lead when Tony Gonzalez led of the first inning with a Homer. They Cut the braves Lead to 3-2in the third when Gonzalez scored on John Callison s infield out after three straight walk issued by Tony Cloninger. Aaron padded the braves Lead in the sixth with his Lead off was the Winner boosting his record to 3-4, Al though he was lifted in the Sev loss was pinned on Rick Wise 4-7, who gave up Only five hits before he was lifted in the seventh for a Pinch hitter. Fisher 6-10, men he face walked Floyd Pinson lined a got the first twin the 10th, then Robinson. Vad single to Center sending Robinson to third and Pete Rose Drew an intentional walk filling the bases before Perez delivered the winning hit to Center. Nolan pitched out of a Tough Jam in the seventh after de Charles single a walk and Jerry Buchek s third straight single filled the bases with nobody out. Jerry Grote then struck outland Charles was picked off third by Catcher Jim Coker before Fisher flied out ending the threat. The reds blew a scoring Opportunity in the fifth when Der on Johnson led off with a walk and went to third on Lee May s double. But Fisher stranded the runners by getting the next three hitters on infield taps. Nifty Nolan new York Cincinnati a r h by a r h by Harrelson is 5 0 1 0 from in of 4120 Stahl of 4000 Pinson of 2000 Rose 2b 50204020 5011 3010 Johnson in 2 0 0 0 3000 Ruiz 2b 0000 4030 Lagaay if 4020 4000 Helms is 4000 3000 Coker c 4000 Nolan p 4000 Davis if Kra Pool in 4000 Perez 3b Charles 3b Swoboda of Buchek 2b role c Fisher p total 32 0 5 0 total two out when winning run new York 000 000 Cincinnati 000 000 a Rose. Do Cincinnati new York 7, Cincinnati 1. . A Fisher. In h Fisher l,6-1092-3 9 Nolan w,8-2 10 5 hip Nolan 15,006. 36 1 9 1 scored. 00009 000 11 1. Lob 2bl.May, r Erbb so 1144 0038 Charles. T2 39. A Pacific stars & stripes 23monday, july 17, 1967

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