Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 9
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The Standing TA ! By THE ASSOCIATE!) PH15SS National league East " ' ' W. I/. Pet, (3 R Plllswiirfih f!5 30 AJS ~ Now York CG 47 1514 8V4 Cilcnifo 55 51 .510 11 St.- Louis 51 i ,405 1314 .Monlrcn 45 58 451 18 ·Philadelphia 40 64 [38525 Weil {Cincinnati 84 39 .621 'Houston 58 48' 547 Los Angeles 63 50 .516 AllnnU M9 68 .458 17 San Franolsco 48 GO AH IB'A San Diego 42 61 .40023 ] M Wcdtiesd»y'3 Uosulls ' PlillnclolnUl'a 2, PHtsburgli 0 C ncinnai 6, Lqs Angeles 3 Atlanta 6 Houston 0 ' New Yoik 0, St. Louis 3 Sun Diego 5 San Francisco 2 . Thursday's Gamci Montreal (Stonoman 98) at ·Chicago (Reuschel 44) Houston (Roborls 0 5) at At ·Innta (Schuelor 4 5), N ' ,Los Angeles (Osleen 12-f,) at ·Cincinnati (Bllllngtiam 7-10), N Only games scheduled Friday's Games ' Now York at Chicago Montreal at Philadelphia N SI, Louis at Pltlsburgh N Cincinnati at Atlanta; N San Franojsco at Houston, N Los Angeles at San I)iego, N American League East , W. L, Pet. G.B ; Detroit Baltimore New .York Boston Cleveland Milwaukee 58 47 57 47 54 49 53 50 48 57 41 64 West 62 44 60 44 54 48 , 50 54 47 68 . .552 -543 ' i .524 3' .515 4 ;457 10 .390 17, .585 -.577 1 .529 6 .481 11 ,448 14V1 Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California i , Texas j , 4 2 , 0 4 .39620 Wednesday's Hesulh · Texas 3, Minnesota 2 ' Boston 5, Cleveland 2 i Baltimore 10, Milwaukee 0 Kansas City J , Oakland 2 Detroit 6,' New Yoik 0 1st New York 2. Detroit 1, 2nd Chicago 1, California 5 Thursday's Garnet Baltimore (Palmer l!-4) Milwaukee (Brett 5 9) Detroit (Cole'rhan -lZ-10) : New York (Kline 12 4), N Minnesota (Corbin 6-5) California (May 4 8), N Chicago (Bradley , 12$) Oakland Hpltamarj 14-9); N Only games scheduled ' Friday's Games Milwaukee at New York, N Boston at Baltimore, N Kansas City at Texas, N Cleveland at Detroit, N Chicago at Oakland, N White Sox Narrow A f s Lead As Wood Ou.tdu.els Ryan, 7-0 By I'rcsH Sportii Writer The California ; Aiigols tried to nock on Wood Wcdricbday Ight-Wllbw Wood, tlmt Is- ut Wood turned the table* and Cllvered a shurp nip of his wn. , The portly knuckleballer of 10 Chicago While Sox oul- ueled California's fldmethrow- ng Nolan Ryan 1-0, singled dnie the only run of the game nd threw tho · race 'In the rnicrlcan League West Into a urmoil. The While Sox, six games out as recently as a ^week ago climbed within one game of ihe we-lime runaway Oakland A' vho lost to Kansas City 5 2 Elsewheie, Detroit's lead In he AL East was shaved to one- lalf game over Baltimore when he Tigers split a doublchcader vith New York 6 0, 1-2 while he Orioles battered Milwaukee ^0-Q. The Yankees trail by three games arid Boston is four back after beating Cleveland 5-2 Minnesota, six out in the West lost to Texas 3-2. Chicago, without « hit against !tyan until the sixth Inning, inokc through with two out in the sovcntl), Ed llcrimann'sin- gled and Ryan wild pitched him to second. 1 The Angcln then, decided to walk Luis Alvarauo to gel to Wood but the lett-handor, who bats from the right side at a meager U57 clip, lined an opposite-field .single inside- the right field line. \ "I'd say I got around on him real good," Wood laughed! "But I wouldn't Irade my knuckler for his fast hall." The Sox move Into Oakland lonlght for a'four-game week' end series with Ihe A's, who have dropped four in a row and six of their last seven games, "We're facing them head-to- head," said Manager Dick Wll Hams "and vc'Jl find out wha ! we're made of Wo may stir up some excitement. This wai my first losing road trip since I be came manager of the A's. We haven't played consistently we)! since the All-Star Game." Kansns City tagged Oakland's VldaQ{uo/4-7, for their first three runs and Cookie Rojns hit two-run ' homer otf Darold Kiiowlen In the seventh. Rojus also ignited a two-run rally In ihe sixth with H double, Texan scored Ihrcc unearned runs to nip Minnesota b e h i n d ho five-hit pitching of/ rookie Don Stanhouse, Vic Harris, another rookie.,stole home (or one run and Rich Billings drove in Ihe deeislve'tally In the eighth Inning.with a sacrifice fly. Meanwhile,:.Milwaukee Manager Del Crandall cast his Vote for Baltimore in the AL East after the Orioles downed the Brewers for the third time In a, row wllh Dave McNally pitch ing a four-hitter and hitting a liome run, to boot "I don't see how you can slop this ciub," he said "I think they've got a!l the Ingredients- speed, 'defense, youth, talent pitching and enough powci least lhat's how they've lot in this series:" ley've lookec Playoff Proposals Tabled Realignment Big Issue In Talks KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Base- lall ilub owners and executives went back to work today with one major issue--major league realignment--still under cnssion and another at temporarily sidetracked dis- least The question of overhauling the championship plaVoIf series system was tabled ^Wednesday when the sponsoring Atlanta :lub of the National League withdrew its proposals after considerable discussion. The realignment matter Is ihe big issue on the agenda at baseball's , .. .two-day': summer meetings, expected to close around noon today., Commissioner Bowie Kuhn said that proposals to regroup Into four s[x team leagues or three ei found*' No reason was given for At- anta's withdrawal of the playoff revision .proposals but it is ikely they will be offered again at a later date. One plan called for a series letwcen the winner'of the West division and the second plac cam from the East and th winner in the East and the sec nd place club in the West. I he other plan, both divisio winners and the teams with th next best regardless State Entry Suffers Loss ,, un onsiaUgh. onn and Earl a Bevcn ;alrint Bill Par McNally triggered iaught agalnn id Earl 8teph*naon,wlt sixth-inning single as the Or Northwmt Arkan«i» TIMES, Thun., Aufl. 10, 1972 rAVCTTKVILLI, AMKANM* lc» ran IKclr winning streak to ur gamc^, The Orioles look their cue /cdnosday from McNally. ' "Wo were' all watching you," oog Powell ribbed the loft- ander. "Hell, when you hit a omc run and pitch ; a shutout ou don't have to worry about nyonc else." The Tigers arid Yankees bailed, you might gay, to a Mexl- an standoff. Detroit third ascman Aurello Rodriguez rom Cananea, Mexico, collect- id two doubles and a single and rove In three runs In the opener and New York third sacker ;elerlno Sanchez from Mexico City delivered a, decisive two- out, two-run single in the seventh inning of the nightcap. Woodle Fryman, acquired ast week from the Philadelphia Phillies, tossed a six-hitter In his first AL start to win t h e opening game. Unljcaten Rob Gardner held the Tigers to an unearned tally and two singles through eight nnlngs of the nightcap before giying way to relief ace Sparky 4 u 1 e who picked up his 25th save. .» Luis Aparicio's two-run single n the . fifth ; Inning followed a wild pitch' by Cleveland's Gay- Tournament Winners Country Club Junior Golf Tournament from left, (hack row) Include Read Hudson, winner o( (he boys A lllghl, Greg Hays, Winner In I h e championship Flight will)' a 149 total and Tyler Trumlio, winner of the C Flight. (Front Row) Stuarl Rosso, winner of the B Flight and Trey Irum- ho, winner in th« A Flight, (TIMESphoto hy Ken Good) Sailing Site Set The 1976 Olympic sailing events Will be he Id on Lake Onlaiioj near Ihis city, it was announced homered for Ihe Red Sox' final run in the eighth. It was a costly victory for the Red Sox, who lost second base- Most other Olympic events will.be held in Montreal. Mayor E. V. Swain of King- three weeks when he was hit by will be developed for the Olym would qualify. A two-man delegation frorr New Orleans. bid for a^full (ran chise for, that, city's 80,000-s'ca Louisiana Superdome which i now under construction. If.it cannot obtain a! full fran M . William Fields Chartered life Underwriter Agent for RACING TIRES Hwy. 71 N. at 71 By-Pas Southwest Austin meets Miami, Jefferson Standard tf U,,M,,««,,.^«« l | «_0... G-.^-K.t tonight round of the regional Babe each playing three of its bom games each season there. Kuhn said he knew of Rulh ibaseball tournament clubs planning to give up the ' The Auslin team, East '/Texas 1166 N. College - Fayeltevllli Tel. 521-1241 "I wouldn't, say there is any clearcut · split A m e r ; i c,a n and .Nationa Leagues. 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