Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1980 · Page 19
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February 27, 1980

Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 19

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3ttj*ta«a (gazette / Monday. June 17, 1985 — Page 19 Toronto pitcher Jim Key tags Boston's Jim Rice at home plate after a wild pitch, but too late to record an out. The red-hot Sox edged the AL East-leading Blue Jays, 7-6. (AP Laserphoto) Orioles pound Brewers, 9-1 Continued from page 17 manager Bobby Cox said. "We gave away three ballgames and they beat us once." Angels 3, White Sox 1 Reggie Jackson hit a solo home run to tie Mel Ott for 12th place on the all-time horner list and help rookie Urbano Lugo win in California. Jackson's fourth-inning homer was his eighth of the season and the 511th of his career. The home run, off Tim Lollar, 2-3. accounted for the first run of the game. . Lugo, 1-1, took a three-hit shutout into the ninth, but left after Harold Baines led off the inning with a triple. A's 3-11, Indians 2-6 Dwayne Murphy's two-run homer in the ninth inning won it for Oak- land in the opener, and Dusty Baker and Carney Lansford homered to lead the A's to a second-game romp in Cleveland. Murphy connected for his 10th homer after Mike Davis singled with one out against Tom Waddell, 2-4. The home run helped Don Button win his 285th career game, and Jay Howell pitched the ninth for his 14th save. Yankees 2, Tigers 1 Detroit rookie Randy O'Neal gave up only three hits, but contributed to his downfall as New York scored in the bottom of the ninth inning to win it.- Rickey Henderson drew a leadoff walk from O'Neal, 1-1. in the ninth and went to second when O'Neal threw wildly on a pickoff attempt. After Ken Griffey was intentionally walked, the runners advanced on a wild pitch before Dave Winfield singled up the middle off O'Neal for the game-winner. Mariners 2, Royals 1 Barry Bonnell and Jim Presley teamed up in the ninth inning at the Kingdome to win the game for Seattle. Bonnell led off the ninth with a double down the left-field line and then scored when Presley singled to center. Twins 4, Rangers 1 Gary Gaetti hit a two-run homer, Greg Gagne hit a solo shot and Ken Schrom scattered seven singles. Schrom, 5-5, allowed a hit in every inning except the second and ninth, walked four batters and struck out four in his third complete game this season. Giants fake two from Padres Continued from page 17 Expos 7, Mets 2 Montreal moved into first place in the NL East by completing a three- game sweep of New York. The Ex•pos, who have won five straight playing the Cubs and Mets, scored three runs in the first- inning and three in the fifth against Rick Aguilera, 1-1, who made his first major- league start. -' Andre Dawson homered for two runs in the first. Then Hubie Brooks •singled and scored on a double by Tim Wallach. Brooks, who beat his former teammates Saturday night with a 'single off the left-field \vall in the bottom of the ninth, added a two-run single in the fifth. Tim Gullickson, 7-5, pitched five •innings after missing two starts with "a leg injury. Mickey Mahler pitched the final four innings for his first save. Cardinals 5, Cubs 2 St. Louis completed a sweep of the three-game series to move within two games of first place. The Cardinals have won' four straight and 'eight of 10. The Cubs have lost four ; in a row. . St. Louis scored once in the first on Willie McGee's grounder, then ; twice in the fourth as Tom Lawless ; drew a walk with the bases loaded and Ozzie Smith squeezed home an^, other run. ; Reds 6, Braves 5 •; Nick Esasky homered in the 10th • inning off Bruce Sutter. It was the . first home run since May 4 and fifth • of the season for Esasky. Sutter, 3-2, ' also gave up two runs in the ninth •that sent the game into extra inn• ings. ; The Reds trailed 5-3 in the ninth -before Gary Redus doubled in one run — his fourth RBI of the game — and scored the tying run on a two- out single to left by Pete Rose. Redus also hit a three-run homer in the first inning. Dodgers 9, Astros 0 Red-hot Pedro Guerrero tied a Los Angeles team record by homering in his fourth consecutive game and Fernando Valenzuela pitched a six- hitter. Guerrero hit his 13th homer of the season and his eighth in his last nine games. His home runs in four consecutive games tied him with eight Los Angeles Dodgers and four Brookyln Dodgers for the team record. Valenzuela. 6-7, snapped a personal ' three-game losing streak and gave the Dodgers a sweep of the three-game series. Valenzuela walked three and struck out five in picking up his third shutout of the season, tying him for the NL high with teammate Orel Hershiser and Chicago's Rick Sutcliffe., C.E. 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Just ask them. Clark, 18, was the top pick in the National Hockey League draft Saturday, going to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Simpson, an All-American center from Michigan State, went next, to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Neither seemed particularly concerned about the expectations which will be placed on their shoulders as they try to help the league's worst teams. •'If you want to get drafted high, you have to be willing to take the pressure." said Clark, a solidly built 5-foot-H. 187- pound defenseman-left wing from Saskatoon of the Western Hockey League. "If you start to worry about it too much, you can't play hockey the way you are able. "I played in the World Junior Championships and we won a gold medal." he said of Canada's 1984 title. "There was a lot of pressure on us there and we handled it." Simpson was expected to be the top selection after being rated No. 1 by the league's Central Scouting Bureau! But the Leafs opted for Clark. 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His spot on the 25-man roster will be filled by outfielder Marvell Wynne, who will be activated from the 15-day disabled list, a team spokeswoman said. " Foli, 34, who drove in three runs and scored six while hitting .333 during the Pirates' 1979 World Series victory over Baltimore, was on the disabled list this season from April 23 until May 17 with hamstring and groin injuries. He was hitting .189 with no home runs and two runs batted in. "It really doesn't come as a shock \yhen you're in last place and the team is 20 games under .500." Foli said after learning he'd been cut. "They have to go in another direction." Pirates Manager Chuck Tanner and Executive Vice President Joe L. Brown praised Foli and said the decision to cut him was difficult. "Without Timmy. we wouldn't have won the World Series in 1979." Tanner said. "He was the key to our team. He was outstanding, not only from the standpoint of his fine play, but also from the spirit he brings to the game." 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