Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 29, 1976 · Page 7
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Messersmith Doesn't Look Like a Million Dollars; Drops 3-0 Decision By the Associated Press Andy Messersmith is still out there pitching — but doesn't look like a million dollars yet. "I'm very disappointed at the way things are going for me," says the high-priced right-hander. "I'm not putting the ball where I want to. The point of this game is to win. What good is it if you don't win?" So far, Messersmith hasn't repaid the Atlanta Braves a fraction of his million-dollar !SiK^si^iii!siKiim!iifmmx^sfi^-ximsss^s^s^mssssimK«sii^^^^l^smmm!lllim Major League Leaders By The Associated Press American League BATTING (35 at bats)-Pi- niella, NY, .432; Horton, Del, .391; Randolph NY, .389; B.Bell, Cle, .386; Chambliss, NY, .358. RUNS—North, Oak, 12; .. Ystrzemski, Bsn, 11; Manning, Cle, 11; R.White, NY, 11; Fisk, Bsn, 10; Horton, Del, 10;Munson,NY, 10. RUNS BATTED IN—Rudi, Oak, 17; Horton. Del, 16; Chambliss.NY, 14; Staub, Del, 12; Melton, Cal, 11. HITS—Chambliss. NY, 19; Horton. Del, 18; Chalk, Cal, 18; B.Bell, Cle, 17; North, Oak, 17. DOUBLES—Carew, Min, 7; Garner, Oak, 6; Bumbry, Bal, 5; D.Evans, Bsn, 5; Melton, Cal, 5; L.Stanton, Cal, 5; Rudi, Oak, 5. TRIPLES—Rice, Bsn, 2; Pi- niella, NY, 2; 27 Tied-With 1. HOME RUNS—Horton,. Det, 4; Fisk, Bsn. 3; 21 Tied With 2. STOLEN BASES - North, Oak, 8; Carew, Min, 7; Rivers, NY, 6; Bumbry, Bal, 5; Remy, Cal, 5; Wohlford, KC, 5; C. Washington. Oak, 5. PITCHING (3 Decisions)— Tiant, Bsn, 3-0, 1.000. 1.88 D.Roberts, Det, 3-0. 1.000.1.00 'Slaton, Mil, 3-1. .750, 1.67 Colborn. Mil, 2-1, .667, 0.41 Ryan. Cal. 2-1, .667,1.36 W.Campbell, Min, 2-1, .667, 1.80 Palmer, Bal, 3-2. .600. 3.41 Eckersley, Cle, 22, .500,3.57. STRIKEOUTS—Ryan. Cal, 39; Tanana, Cal, 29; Blyleven, Min, 24; Wood, Chi. 20; Eckersley, Cle, 19; Blue, Oak, 19. National League BATTING (35 at bats)—Milner, NY, .488; Rose, Cin, .485; DoRader, SD, .415; Stargell, Pgh, .409;' Henderson, Atl, .40f. RUNS—Rose, Cin, 21; Monday, Chi, 19; Schmidt, Phi, 16; J.Morales, Chi, 15; Griffey, Cin. 15. • Calculators • Adding Machines • 'Typewriters RUNS BATTED IN —Schmidt, Phi, 20; Kingman. NY, 19; Cedeno, Htn, 18; Monday, Chi, 17; Griffey, Cin, 17; Morgan, Cin, 17. HITS—Rose, Cin. 33; Monday. Chi. 30; Cabell, Htn, 26; Millan, NY, 25; Trillo, Chi. 24. DOUBLES—Millan. NY, 7;. Rose, Cin, 7; Johnstone, Phi, 6; Griffey, Cin, 6; T.Perez, Cin, 6. TRIPLES—Geronimo, Cin, 3; 11 Tied With 2. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 11; Kingman, NY, 9; Cedeno. Htn, 6; Monday, Chi, 5; Matthews, SF, 5. STOLEN BASES-Morgan, Cin. 8; Cedeno, Htn, 8; Cabell, Htn, 6; Buckner. LA. 6; Griffey. Cin, 5. PITCHING (3 Decisions)- P.Niekro, Atl, 3-0. 1.000, 3.72 Norman. Cin, 3-0. l.OOOi 4.05 Rau, LA, 3-0. 1.000, 2.36 R.Jones, SD, 4-1. .800. 3.13 Ruthven, Atl, 3-1. .750, 1.96 J.Richard. Htn, 3-1. .750. 2.75 Montefusco, SF, 3-1. .750, 2.27 Barlow, Htn. 2-1, .667,4.50. 'STRIKEOUTS Montefusco, SF, 30; Seaver, NY, 26; P. Niekro. Atl, 23; Lolich, NY. 22; J. Richard, Htn, 20 :R. Jones, SD. 20. contract. Wednesday, he continued to meet failure with a 3-0 loss to the New York Mets. "I had terrible control," said Messersmith, who has an 0-1 record in four appearances with Atlanta. • Glances (Continued From Page 6) were named gym co-captains, and Scott Evans of Urbandale was named high-point man. Big Eight vaulting champ Mark Trippel was named most improved gymnast, and Bill Bosslet was named most valuable performer. Alex Pepe received the Big Gold- Award for top meet-to-meet performance. Cyclone wrestlers won the conference title and finished second to Iowa in the National Collegiate meet. ISU gymnasts finished second in the Big Eight meet. Successful Surgery The third base coach of the Minnesota Twins, Eddie Lyons, underwent successful knee surgery Wednesday. A team spokesman said the 52-year-old Lyons had cartilage removed from both sides of his left knee. Lyons will remain in a Minneapolis hospital -for a few days and is expected to be sidelined for six weeks. Twins' Manager Gene Mauch hopes to name a new third base coach sometime this week. Nastase Beats Borg Hie Nastase beat Bjorn Borg 7-6, 7-6. 6-7. 7-6 in an exhibition challenge match. Evert Romps Chris Evert defeated Wendy Turnbull 6-1,, 6-2 in first-round action in a $100,000 women's tennis tournament. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Dave Kingman hit one of Messersmith's pitches for a three-run homer, his ninth homer of the young baseball season. In the other National League games, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Francisco Giants 4-2 in 16 innings, the Philadelphia Phillies nipped the Cincinnati Reds 7-6; the Houston Astros beat the Montreal Expos 6-4 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second 8-7; the Chicago Cubs stopped the San Diego Padres 8-5 and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1. Kingman slammed his homer in the first inning and Craig Swan made the lead stand up with a splendid five-hit, 11-strikeout performance. Cardinals 4, Giants 2 Rookie Doug Clarey hit a two-run homer in the 16th inning in his second major league at-bat to give St. Louis a marathon victory over San Francisco. Clarey pinch-hit for Mike Proly. 1-0, the fifth St. Louis pitcher, who was credited with the victory. Phillies 7, Reds 6 Jay Johnstone's two-run, first-inning double and Bob Boone's three-run homer in the fifth triggered Philadelphia over Cincinnati. The Reds took a 3-0 lead in the first inning off Phillies' starter Jim Lohborg on Joe Morgan's three-run homer, but the Phillies wiped it out in a hurry. They tied the game in their half of the first, moved ahead in the second and sewed it up in the fifth inning. Houston 6-7, Montreal 4-8 Leon Roberts' three-run homer in a four-run first inning helped Houston beat Montreal in the first game of their doubleheader. Pinch-hitter Jose Morales singled home the winning run with one out in the ninth inning as Montreal rallied to take the second game. Cubs 8, Padres 5 Rick Monday drove in four runs with a homer and a double to spark Chicago over San Diego. Monday got the Cubs headed toward their second straight victory over the Padres in the second inning when his fifth homer of Major Leagues By The Associated Press STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB New York Milwaukee Detroit Boston Cleveland Baltimore Texas Oakland Kansas City Chicago Minnesota California 9 3 8 3 7 5 6 5 6 6 6 8 West 7 6 8 8 5 6 4 6 5 9 5 11 .750 — .727 Vz .583 2 .545 2V 2 .500 3 .4294 . .538 — .500 l /2 .455 1 .400 l'/ 2 .357 2M> .313 3'/2 NATIONAL LEAGUE _ New York Philadephia St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago Montreal Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diego Los Angeles Sari Fran. East W L 11 7 8 6 8 8 7 8 8 9 6 9 West 9 7 10 9 8 8 8 9 8 9 7 9 Pet. GB .611 — .571 1 .500 2 .-.467 2V 2 .471 2'/ 2 .400 3^ •" ' ••' .563'— .526 4 .500 1 .471 l'/ 2 .471 l'/ 2 .438 2 Wednesday's Results Detroit 8, Oakland 1 Cleveland 9, Minnesota 0 Milwaukee 4, Chicago 1 . Baltimore 4, California 2 Boston at Kansas City, ppd., rain New York at Texas, ppd., rain ' Thursday's Games Milwaukee (Slaton 3-1) at Chicago (Gossage 1-1) Boston (Jenkins ~l-2) at Texas (Umbarger 1-1). (n) Only games scheduled Wednesday' Results New York 3. Atlanta 0 Houston 6-7, Montreal 4-8 St. Louis 4. San Francisco 2. 16 innings Philadelphia 7. Cincinnati 6 Chicago 8, San Diego 5 Los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 1 Thursday's Games Houston (Dierker 2-2) at Montreal (Warthen 0-1) Chicago (Zahn 0-1) at San Diego (Strom 1-1) Atlanta (P. Niekro 2-0) at New'York (Seaver 2-0) St. Louis (Falcone 0-1) at Los Angeles (Sutton 1-3), (n) Only games scheduled Insure Against Hail • Check our rates • Check our coverage • Check our service CALL US TODAY! • Fred J. Dolezal • James J. 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