The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 10, 1977 · Page 4
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Jones Records 12th Victory SAUGATUCK NEWS (Conjl.l Monday. June H. 1916- Page J Padres Sweep Pair From Phils .. and 4-1. SI. I-ouis split Iwo ol Ihe season and Mike Tyson Bv JACK SHUS'UFRS seventh save with 2 1-5 innings within seven games of the .^ Cincinnati, losing 4- added two triples and a doublf Ixuiis splil Iwo li, losing 4- winning 12-9. Chicago Houston 8-3 and Los Bv JACK S1UXDERS seventh save with 2 1-5 innings within seven games of the UPI Sports Wriler ol one-hit scoreless relief in Ihe 1'hillies in (he NL East race. Kandv Jones uilched Iwo Padres' 4-3 second-game vie- Two of Jones' Ihree shutouts " learns into the National League lory, the Padres halted a three- this season have come against ^gete" downed Montreal 6-3 ' pennant race Sunday. game losing streak wilh a the Phils Ihe only times ,, ir ales 6 Braves 5 Tnes,who's setting .he doubleheader sweep ol the Philadelplua has (ailed to score National League ablaze in a PhiU. This put Ihe Padres, the all season fierce determination to earn the NL West's traditional doormat, Dave Parker's two-out, two _. Ihe season and Mike Tyson added two triples and a double to account for eight rhi in Ihe high-scoring second gome lo give St. Louis a splil of Ihe doubleheader. Bob Bailey hit a Iwo-run homc-r and Fred ML Cy Young award 'that inly"five" games behind the is within three victories of the tun triple off reliever Max Leon Norman and Will McKnaney No one in Ihe major leagues clima! ^ a ^rcc-run, ninth- teamed up on an eighl-hiller in eluded him lasl year, earned division-leading his 12th victory Sunday vdlh a Reds. six-hit, first game 5-0 decision over one opponents, Phillies. Combined with another standout performance by Butch - ----- . . . inning rally. L«m replaced Cincinnati's first-game shuloul. Cincinnati San Diego lefl-hander, who had ™""' 6 -'- The Phils' double loss also leading 2.24 earned run average of his favorite did *e Pittsburgh Pirates a big in 1975. This year he's a the Philadelphia favor. The Pirates completed a phenomenal 12-2 and his hRA three-game sweep of the is again impressive, 2.10 Atlanta Braves with a 6-5 victory and picked up 14 vlull „, 1,,^.,..,^., MetzgeT'who picked up his games on Philadelphia to New York captured a doubleheader from San Francisco, 4-2 -----.-- - starter Phil Mekro after Manny a 20-12 record and league- ; ; led and , two \~nA~.nn '< <IA olrnftA run Ql,or^ao •J""D—" P ^ n _ surrendering singles Cubs s Astros : Manny Trillo doubled home three runs lo break a 2-2 lie taTiichie llebncr and Al Oliver and give Chicago its fourth and Ihen Parker's hit. straight win. Hay Burris picked Mcls M. Gianls 2-1 up his Ihird win against eight Elsewhere Sunday, in addi- Tom Seaver pitched a five- losses, and Paul Reuschel lion to Pittsburgh's victory, | lil(( , r [ or 5 2-3 innings, getting finished up for his second save. last-out relief help from Skip Lockwood in the second game. Royals Extend Orioles Losing Streak To Nine Bretl bit a two-run triple in attack. »' nich brou § W Don the first inning, las third homer Kirlwood bis second victory. - - "-— -"•— Angels SAN FKANCISCO: New York Mels pitcher Mickey Lolich is safe al second on a high Ihrowing error by San Francisco lirsl sacker Gary Thomasson to shortstop Chris Speier in the 6th. The error was costly as l.olicb scored in lhat inning on a single by John Milner. Mike Phillips was also safe at lirsl on Ihe liplders choice. Mr Is look both ends ol the Twin bill 4-2 and-H. (UPI) Naugy Ruggers Surprise Yankees At Fairfield ripped for five runs in 2 1-3 innings and suffered the toss for Ihe Orioles — now in filth it of first By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Wriler _...„, George Brell, Ihe Kansas of the season in the third inning City Royals' star third base and doubled and scored on a man, has an easy explanation double by Jim Wohllord in Ihc for his impressive .351 baiting fifth inning. Mike Flanagan was average and outstanding all- around baiting statistics. "You must remember," Brett said Sunday after leading Ihe place, Ropls lo an W victory that place. extended Ihe Baltimore Orioles' The Cleveland Indians swept losing streak lo nine games, (he Chicago While Sox, 8-5 and "lhat I hit between Amos Otis 9-7; the California Angels --- - . . and John Mayberry. The defeated the Detroit Tigers, 10- against seven victories. Ura- pilchers can'l afford lo walk 7 ; the Texas Rangers beat Ihe larger walked Ihrce and struck have lo throw me New York Yankees. 7-1; the Boston Red Sox topped Ihc Minnesota Twins. 10-2. and the Milwaukee Brewers shaded the Four other Angels also hit doubles, including Tommy Davis who knocked in two runs in the seventh inning. Dave Roberts was the loser. Rangers 7. Yankees I Mike Hargrove hit a three- run homer and Jim Umbarger pitched a five-hitter for his seventh win for the Rangers, who dealt the Yankees' Jim Hunter his sixth setback Doclgfrs 6 Astros :1 . lion Cey cracked a two-run Seaver, now 6-5, retired the homer lo back up Tommy first 16 bailers before Dave John's first complete game in Rader's single. Jerry Grote two years, complying Los doubled in one run, Del Unser Angeles' three-game sweep doubled in Iwo and Wayne over Montreal. Left-hander Garrett singled home the fourth John, continuing his comeback run In Ihe first game John afler missing all of last season Milner's line-drive single scored following elbow surgery, went two unearned runs and Grote Ihe distance for the first lime later homered. since June 4, 1574 lo improve Cards U-K: Rtds 1-9 his record lo 3-4 and aided his Don Kessinger and Lou Brock own cause wilh a run-scoring each hit their first home runs iouble. . Sport-0-Grams The 197G version of the Ihe 30 lead which they did not Km Gayfield. Vcrn Uruskiewin, Naugatuck Rugby Club pulled a relinquish. Arnic Molnar and Nick Gill look startling 3-0 upset over Ihe The second period saw several charge and drove Ihc ball to Ihe highly-touted Connecticut excellent runs by the backs of YankcesSalurdayrit Fairfield, lo both clubs as John Moffit and record their first victory of the Phil lionee of Naugaluck season. The second "practice" maneuvered with precision, yel malch saw Ihe Yankees win 11-4 Ihc period drew to a close without as Ihe Naugaluck ruggers sub- any scoring. stiluted freely to give several In the second malch of Ihe „ new plavcrs liicir initiation. afternoon a Naugaluck mixed Tie Yankees tallied later in Ihe The "A" inalch was marked by "A" and "H" side tangled with period making Ihe final score 11- hardnosed driving Rugby as Ihe same Yankee "A" learn and 4. neilher learn took any time the liome learn which sporls LOOSE RUCKS: II was an feelingIhcotherout.Theballsee- several players from England excellent performance for the sawed between Iho 25 yard lines and Australia proved loo strong Borough team against the much for much of the firsl period until for the Naugy ruggers as Ihey heralded Yankees. The inalch Ihe Yankees were called for a scored a try and convened a penallv and .Naugy's -Rich penally kick lor a 7-0 lead. "Rocket" Rydzik booled Ihe tall II was in Ihe second half of the through UK uprights from 35 malch when Naugaluck towards vards awav to give Naugaluck Paul and Greg Mencio. Bill Field, Pocock who played -i Naugatuck last season me. They strikes." Brelt homered, triple and doubled and drove in Ihree runs .... to lead Kansas City's 11-hil Oakland A's. 5-4, in other Al. games. Indians 8-9. Whil* Sin i-7 Homers by Rico Carty and Yankee five yard line wilh a furious onslaught. Then from a scl scrum. Ihe local forwards with a tremendous heave blew the Yankees off the ball and Naugy lock Bill Field fell on it for Ihe try making il 7-4 Yankees. out three enroute to his sixth complete game. Hunter gave up seven earned runs in a game for only Ihe third time in his career. lied Sov 10, Twins 2 Sieve Dillard. Denny Doyle. Jim Rice and Carlton Fisk each singled tame a run in a seven- run, third inning for the Red Sox. Hick Jones, making his lirsl major league start, went the distance although touched for nine hits. Jim Hughes losl 1 ' Iwo Indians I/-0 wium, u*.- "i«- *"*•- b -• - , nened up an early 10-2 lead and were never headed as they coas ed lo victory. Mike Bcnlack rapped a home run for Ihe Indians in the ' Yn IhTpder J Foley I.illlc League Salurday. the Cardinals notched one run in Ihe lop of Ihc seventh inning lo score a W victory over .he Red Sox in a well played defensive batlle. Fr"" P«»^» AntlKnyl.aFlamme^arKlGrcjMilkrhujW^he^o^^ was officially classified as a "practice" session, with an official malch scheduled for Sundav in Saugaluck... Jim ' for has enlisted with the Yankees because thai team has a fall and spring schedule which Naugaluck does not have al Ihis lime.... The club welcomes all new members at any time and . meets for practice every Tuesday . the Tigers bcal the and Thursday evening al G p.m. of Carlos' Videl. The Tigers M Naugaluck High School. attack and Dennis Leonard pitched a nine-hitler, wilh nine strikeouts, for his sixth win as ,„..,„„ _. the Royals maintained Iheir frank Dully paced an 11-hit Ihree-game lead in the Ameri- Cleveland attack which enabled can League's Western Division, pat Dobson lo win his seventh game in the opener at Cleveland. Carly came back in Ihe second game to deliver a pinch-hit bases-loaded double his seventh game agains and Larvell Blanks hit a two- wins for the Twins, run triple in a six-run eighth llrevvers 5. A's I inning rally. Reliever Jim Kern won his sixth game in Ihe nightcap. Bart Johnson and Clay Carroll were the losers for the'While Sox. Angels 10. Tigers 7 Orlando Alvarez and Ron Jackson each hit a homer and a .Lezcanp ,had IVee hits lor double to lead the Angels' 12-hit Brewers Hv United 1'ress International East W 1. Pel. C,B York New Cleveland Boston Delroil Baltimore Milwaukee COLUMBUS. Ohio (UPI1 Shirley "Cha Cha" Muldowney. Ihe first woman ever to reach Ihe finals of a National Hot Rod Association national event and Ihe firs! woman to race lo the Cincinnati lowest elapsed time in quali- \ KS ,\nge)< tying. Sunday became the firsl san Diego woman lo win a NHRA national Houston event. Atlanla m UK imn w,—»ji — -•- - iiu-acihp Muldownev, of Ml. Clemens, Yanke«i*ilhlrelielpofl9walksedgedlr«CardinalslO-9.ll«astne ^ - ^ ^ track record firsl loss lor Ihe Birds in the second round,*h>l« ™ ™"* » ™ ° /' £ fins , s „, |hc , fuc i the firsl half, slaycd. unbeaten.Chris;S™*Scolt Bosco and ^ank jn ^ ]ah anma , Crelan paced Ihe Yankees while John Geletka rapped two Msm £ [{od Assocjaljon eluding a home run. Also gelling a pair of hits for Ihe Cardinals were Steve MsCary and Dennis McGuire. 31 22 .585 27 27 .500 4' 3 25 27 .481 5' 2 24 29 .453 7 24 31 .435 8 21 29 .420 8' 3 West W I. Pel GB Kansas Cily 35 19 655 Texas 32 21 .604 3 Chicago 27 26 .509 8 Minnesota 27 57 .500 8'j Oakland 27 31 .46G 10'z California 24 36 .400 14' 2 National League Standings By United Cress International East W I. Pel (III Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York Chicago SI. Louis Montreal Jim Slalon allowed five hits in 8 1-3 innings and won his eighth game for the Brewers with the ninth-inning relief of Bill Castro. Slaton. Luis Tiant and Frank Tanana are tied for the AL lead in victories. Sixto •VPI'l ICVriOX DEADLINE for the second annual Billy Burke Memorial Golf Tournament is Saturday June 19. The tournament will be played June 26 at Ihe Hop Brook Golf Course. For details see pro Tlwr Evensen at Ihe Hop Brook club or call 729-9387. Shcllon won IheClassl.Lstate baseball championship Saturday afternoon at Quigley Stadium in West Haven as they scored a 2-1 sixteen inning victory over number one ranked and previously unbeaten Southinglon TONKlllT'S MONDAY NIGHT game of the week on ABC will feature the Boston Red Sox against the Minnesota Twins from Minnesota beginning at 8:30 p.m Gilbert High School won the class M state baseball title Saturday at Palmer Field in Middletown by scoring a 6-1 victory over St. Paul of Bristol.... O.J. Simpson, tired of being away from his family in I.os Angeles during the football season.confirmedhe was asked to be traded by the Buffalo Bills to a West coastleam Simpson however denied reports that any specific deals were under fool wilh the Rams that would send him lo I.os Angeles for running back Larry McCutcheon and two top notch defensive players JIM S VI.VATOHK. BY VIKTl'E of his first place finish in the 100 yard dash and 220 yard run in the NVL meet, has been named to the All-NVI. track team. Salvatore was the only Naugatuck player to make Ihe squad.... BobPolverariof West Springfield, won the 50-lap feature race at Riverside ParkSpeedway Saturday before 4.013 fans. Jap Membrino of Waterbury finished second, while Ron \Vyckoff of Southing! on was Ihird. Inexcessof54.000fans have paid lo watch the Women's Professional Softball Association play during its first week and a half of existence, wilh the average attendance 1.656 for. 33 dates .-...•.•••-. • 3B 17 .691 32 25 .561 7 30 32 .484 II 1 : 26 31 .456 13 25 33 .431 144 19 32 .373 16': \Vesl W I. Pel. OB 37 22 .627 35 25 .583 24 31 26 .544 5 29 32 .475 9 22 34 .393 134 San Francisco 23 38 .377 15 Spring nationals near here al KIEL. West Germany IUPI) — Reg Wight and John Osborn .«ve Mscary ana Derails nituui".-- National frails Drag Raceway, of England Sunday won the In the second game. Ihe Orioles came from behind I tic the ^ ^ se<md ^ c[ |he ^^ Dodgers, but ended up on the shorl end o! an 11-10 sco e^Tom Hunt ^^ I Tornado c|ass sai]ing * J . r •!_. r\~J»A«i> ,i'llVi n 1\i'ft Dill 3in0LC If! lUC DQHIJlll Ul UWKtf 3, U» l ^nuv-u u|< '"• •••won Ihe game for Ihc Dodgers wilh a Iwo out sin; the sixth his Ihird hit of II* game. Don Langlois run lor Ihe winners. Chris Nosier was credited wi n,o»ndwWlcMartHallwastagge<lwillhlhctes - ^ c ^ kcd a 6 , NOTE: Final girls sign-ups for the PJFL will ta! held Tuesday , mi|e fm from5lo7p.m.atlitlIelcaguehcadquarlersonScoltSI. cham- * f Tornado class She defeated Bob Edwards of pionship in Kiel Bay. Union Brook. Md., in Ihe finals 11 was Ihe second victory in top fuel category, as many races bagged by Ihe a C.306 on Ihe reigning world champion. Babe Ruth League JgntlO —ProKeds8KolC4 Terry Palmer and Mike Murphy had two hits each lo lead Pro- Keds lo victory. Buddy Klimasew ski and Rich Cool each had two hits for Ihc losers. 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