Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1967, Page 20

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 21, 1967, Tokyo, JapanAngels curb Chison Anaheim Calif. A Bobby Knoop s two run single climaxed a four run first inning that Ricky Clark and Bill Kelso protected As California tripped the Chicago White sox 6-3tuesday night. Clark 8-6, a Rookie won his sixth straight game but lasted Only 5 2-3 innings before Kelso came on and avowed Only one hit a ninth inning Homer by Walt Williams to save the an gels 29th Victory in 41 games. The Triumph also lifted the fifth place Angels Only 3 games behind the american league leading White sox. The Angels jumped on Gary Peters 11-5, with the Aid of a bad throw by Dick Kenworthy with one out. Jim Fregosi beat out a bunt and Bill Skowron singled Home the first run. Bubba Morton doubled for another be fore Rick Reichardt was walked intentionally. Knoop followed with his hit. Bob Rodgers later singled i another run. Peters singled in a run in the second and another scored on an infield out in the sixth before Kelso entered. Early does it Chicago Baaqee of Williams if Ward in Hanse is Martin c Kenworthy Causey 2b Berry of Peters p Mcmahon Buford pm 3b p Buzhardt p Stewart pm 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 0 1 0 1 Rabi 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Californi Aab Cardenal of Werhas 3b Schaal 3b Fregosi is Skowron in Morton of Reichardt if Rodgers c Knoop 2b Rclark p Kelso p 5 4 1 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 1 rhbi0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 1 2 0 0 total 35 3 8 3 total 32 6 9 6 Chicago 010,001 001 3 California 400 020 0 0 a i a Kenworthy Knoop. Do Chicago 1, California 1. Lob Chicago 9, California 8. 2bmorton. Or Williams 2. So Knoop. . In h Erbb Kopeters l,11-5 .42-3 76323 Mcmahon 1-30 0 0 Buzhardt 3 2 0 0 w,8-652-3 7 2 1 Kelso 31-31 1 1 _ age Peters Skowron. . T2 26. 1 0 1 12 0 0 daily double $1,180 fort Erie. Out. A the fort Erie daily double paid$1,180.40 tuesday. The first race was won by lady Eton paying $12.30, $6.70 and $4.80 the second was taken by daring Bull paying $118.70.$47.80 and $13.60. Time Outi just can t Bear the thought of my bringing a Good sized fish into our Home can you Martha \ Jim Lonborg top Winner in majors pins 5-2 loss on twins Kansas City a Ken Harrelson drove in three runs with a pair of doubles and scored a fourth powering Kan Sas City to a 5-2 Victory Over Minnesota tuesday night. Harrelson s first double off Jim Kaat brought Home two of three unearned runs in the first inning after a bad throw by Zoilo Versalles opened the door. Harrelson stole third an scored the third run on a ground out. Hannon Killebrew slugged his27th Homer off Winner Jim Nash with a Man on in the fourth to close the Gap but the a s scored once in their half of the fourth and Harrelson doubled in another in the seventh. Nash went seven innings be fore a leg injury forced him out. Jack Aker finished. Nash 10-9, allowed Only three hits and Aker retired the six hitters he faced. Nash posts 10th Minnesota Kansas City Tovar of Carew 2b Killebrew Oliva of Rollins 3b Allison if a r h bi4000 4110ib 2 1 1 2 30103000 3000 Versalles is 3000 Nixon c Kaat p Reese pm 3000 2000 1000 a pm Peris is 5 Donaldson 2b 4 Cater if 4 Nossek if 0 Harrelson in 4 hers hgr of 2 Aker p monday of Dgreen 3b roof c Nash p Gosger of rhbi0 1 1 1 1 0220 0001 2 3 000000 0 0 10 1 0 1 1 0 000 000 total 28 2 3 2 total 32 5 8 5 Minnesota 0002000002 Kansas City 300 100 lox3 a Versalles Nixon. Do Kansas City 1. Lob Kansas City 8. 2bharrelson 2campaneria Cater. Or Killebrew 27. So Harrelson roof. . In h Erbb Sokrat l,8-10 8 85232 w,10-97 3 2 2 1 5aker 2 0 0 0 0 1 hip Kaat roof. . T2 05. A 9,610. Portland gets tribe s Gil Cleveland up the Cleveland indians tuesday optioned second baseman Gus Gil to Portland on 24-hour recall. Gil s departure makes room for Vern Fuller who was recalled earlier tuesday from the Pacific coast league club. The move was an attempt to strengthen the tribe s was hitting .290 at Portland. Gil is hitting .104 with 10 hits in 92 at bats. He had not had a hit in his last 42 times at Bat. O notch 13th a Baltimore a Jim Lonborg stopped Baltimore on five hits and struck out 11 to become the first 13-game Winner in the major leagues and Lead the streaking Boston red sox to a i-2 Victory Over the Ori Oles tuesday night. Lonborg 13-3, also contributed a run scoring single during Boston s five run uprising in the second inning against loser Dave Mcnally and reliever Eddie Watt As the red sox rolled to their fifth straight Victory. To loses 5th Houston new York a Morgan 2b r Jackson is Wynn of staub of Brandt in Davis if Ellers p Gotay pm Schneider p Mathews 3b Bateman c Belinsky p Latman p Miller if 3 4 3 4 3 3 0 1 0 4 4 1 0 2 Rabi 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 11 0 0 01 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 a Harrelson is Jjones of Charles 3b Davis if Reynolds if Buchek 2b Swoboda of Kranepool in Grote c Hendley p Reniff p 3 2 3 4 0 3 3 4 2 2 2 Rabi 20 1 00 01 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 01 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 0 01 0 0 total 32 2 6 2 total 28 4 7 3 Houston 000 020 0002 new York 001 120 0 0 a 4 do new York 1. Lob Houston 7, new York 8. 2bharrelson. Or Mathews 9. So Charles Harrelson. A 2. Of Grote. Belinsky Latman Ellers Schneider Hendley Reniff hip in l,2-542- 2 1 ,4-l5 4 h 6 3 0 0 4 r e 4n on 2 0 Eri 4o 0n 2a Job 2n o 7 4 0 0 3 1 1 1 3 Belinsky Charles. We Schneider. Pm Grote. T2 22. A15,573. Mefs top astros As steal helps new York up Bud har Relson stole Home on the front end of a double steal to snap a 2-2 tie in the fifth inning tuesday night and lift the Newyork mets to a 4-2 Victory Over the Houston astros. Harrelson started the fifth inning rally by working starter and loser to Belinsky for a walk. After Cleon Jones sacrificed and de Charles was hit by a pitch Tommy Davis hit a Flyte Center that advanced Harrel son to third and set the Stag for the winning play. With Jerry Buchek batting Charles broke for second. When Catcher John Bateman threw to second Harrelson headed Tow Ard Home. Even though Joe Morgan Cut off the throw and fired Back to Bateman Harrel son Slid across with the tie breaking run. Charles then scored the game s final run on Buchek single. Winning Pitcher Bob Hendley touched for Eddie Mathews 502nd career Homer in the fifth that produced two runs was lifted in the sixth after walking Lead off Batter Jackie Brandt and throwing a Ball to Ron Davis. Hal Reniff came on and blanked the astros on two hits Over the final four innings to save the game. Reniff has appeared in nine games for the mets winning three and saving three while pitching 18 scoreless innings. Tony Conigliaro who was forced to leave the game in the third inning with a slight muscle pull in his left leg launched the decisive rally with a double. George Scott and Jerry Adai Ralso doubled and after Mike Ryan singled in the third run Watt replaced Mcnally. Lonborg singled Ryan Home and scored on a single by Joeffy. Ryan singled Home another run in the sixth. Lonborg struck out nine Ori tigers Cut nats win Streak Detroit up Earl Wil son pitched a five hitter an singled in two runs As the Detroit tigers broke washing ton s eighth game winning Streak tuesday night with a 5-2victory. The Victory also snapped seven game losing Streak which had dropped the tigers from second place into a fourth place tie in the american league race. Wilson allowed Only two hits until the ninth when the senators scored both runs on a double by de Stroud a walk and singles by Paul Casanova and Hank Allen. The big right hander struck out seven and walked three in winning his Lith game against eight losses. The tigers scored once in the third inning off loser Camilo Pascual on a walk to Dick Mcauliffe and a triple by Norm Cash. Pascual gave up a single to Mickey Stanley and hit Ray Oyler with a pitch to Start the fourth. Wilson then singled in Stanley and Mcauliffe doubled Home Oyler. Mcauliffe scored on Catcher Paul Casanova throwing error. Wilson s eighth inning single drove in Jim Northrup with the tigers final run. Pascual who had beaten the tigers in 10 of 11 previous career decisions has now lost seven while winning eight this season. Wilson wins Washington a Stroud of Mcmullen 3b Valentine of Epstein in Casanova Hazien if Bazien 2b Cullen is Pascual p Cox p Nen pm Priddy p Howard lines p c pm 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 Detroit rhbi1 01 00 0 00 06 00 0 0 1 0 0 01 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cauliffe Wert 3b Cash in Whorton Green if Trechan Northrup Stanley Oyler is a 2b if cry of Wilson p 4 4 33 0 4 4 4 2 4 r h by 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 01 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 total 2 5 2 total 32 5 9 4 Washington 000 000 0022 Detroit 001 3 0 0 0 1 x 5 a Casanova Green. Do Washington 1, Detroit 1. Lob Washington 5, Detroit 9. 2bmcaullffe, Northrup Stroud. So Stanley Cash . In Pascual l,8-7 Cox. Priddy lines Wilson w,11-8 h r Erbb so 4331 0001 .31-3 6 .12-3 0. 2 1 .1 21112 hip Pascua l Oyle Pascual Wert. Pm Casanova. T2 33. A 7,710. Angels recall hurler Newman Anaheim Calif. A the California Angels recalled right hander Fred Newman tuesday from Seattle of the Pacific coast league. Newman who was sent to the minors after Spring training had a 4-0 record with Al Pas and 2-1 at Seattle. In five years with the Angels Newman pitched 604 innings in 105 games winning 32 and los ing 39. His earned run averages 3.43. Oles in the first five innings and did t allow a hit until Dave Johnson singled with two out inthe fifth. Curt motion s two run Homerin the eighth provided the Ori Oles runs. Jim fans 11 Boston Andrews 2b Jones 2bfoy 3b str ski if Thomas if con Glaro of of Scott in Adair is Smith Fryan c Lonborg p a r h bi4000 10004021 40001000 21102010 41214211 40104122 4111 Baltimore a r h by Aparico is 4010 Snyder of 3000 Fisher p 0000 Rozovsky pm 1 0 0 0 Bunker p 0000 Blair of 4000 Broil non 3b 4 0 1 0powell in Blefary if Johnson 2b Etche brn c Mcnally p Watt p Motton if 3000 4000 3010 3110 0000 1000 2112 total 38 6 11 6 total Boston 050 001 Baltimore o 0 0 000 lob Boston 6, Baltimore Conigliaro Scott 2adair Tartabull . Hrs Ryan. 32 2 5 2 0006 0202 4. 2b Aparicio Motton 2. Lonborg w,13-3 Mcnally l,6-6 Watt Fisher Bunker t2 05. A14,409. In. 9. 1 1-3. 4 2-3. 2 1 Herb so 11 2 7 0 1 Taiyo tips Sansei on Stuart or Tokyo a Okinawa Naohachi Aniya held the Han Shin tigers to three hits to Pace his Hiroshima Carp to a 2-0 Vic tory in a Central league pro baseball game in Hiroshima Western Japan wednesday. American first baseman Dick Stuart hit a two run Homer in the second inning to Lead the Taiyo whales to a 4-2 Victory Over the Sansei atoms in Kawa Saki near Here. It was Stuart s13th Homer this season. The Shunichi dragons blanked the league leading yom Iuri giants 2-0 on first baseman Shin Ichi Eto s two run Homer and Kimihira Sato s six hit pitching. In the Pacific league the league leading Hanky braves edged the Nish Tetsu Lions 2-1and the second place toe Fly ers bowed to the Kin Tetsu buffaloes 5-5 in a 10-inning game. The flyers would have won the game when korean outfielder in Chon Paik hit a Homer with two men on base in the Bottom of the ninth inning. Paik however ran past a preceding runner and was declared out extending the game to the both inning. Outfielder m a s a h i r o Doi brought Home the decisive buffaloes in the 10th inning with a single to left Field. Giants dragons tigers atoms wha Escarp Central league w l t pet. Gb42 3433 2928 22 2327 2934 3639 22 42 44 .646.557 .532.460 .438.361 6 7v 12 13 /218 Pacific league braves flyers Hawks Lions Orion buffaloes w 43 39 33 33 31 27 l t 28 1 35 2 32 2 34 6 38 3 39 0 pet. 6ft .606 .527 5 .508 7 .493 8 .449 11 .409 13 to wednesday whales 4 dragons 2 Carp 2 buffaloes 6 braves 2 " flyers atoms 2 giants 0 tigers 0 5 10 inn Lions 1 Pacific stars & stripes 21friday, july 21, 1967

Search all Tokyo, Tôkyô newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for July 21, 1967

Browse