The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 3, 1976 · Page 6
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There wrr* ne other scores reported Minairr* a! winning teams are rrtnindsd t*u»! they are responsible for turmrji ui results before 9 a m th* mornini following the game. V f W rn club pitching ^» *··· *"* Scoreboard 1 J Eleven enter Betmont race PRO BASKETBALL H) Thr V - M . c i J l r r f IV, H \ Pl.'rff- Kin.l- Hfl-of-7 rrir* W r d n i - d ' « R r . n l t PhoCTii 109, Boston series tied 2-2. Chjcieo 23 S K4 t MJOX-K-.J i: a i- i OikliraS ?! r l» I Morris sweeps class of Big Sfcy Speedway n ; rt 31 Phoenix at Bos'jin PRO BASEBALL \ M K H I C \ V I.K\t;lF. F..-r 1 L IVi. «.H New York 27 15 .643 Baltimore 23 21 .523 5 Cleveland 21 22 .488 54 Detroit Boston Milwlee Kan City Tejas 20 23 .463 74 19 53 .4*2 i 16 23 .410 94 27 17 .614 25 19 .568 Z Kir^as Cily 4. Oik^-ai 3 i! ir.n:ng3 New York 'Ellu 4-Ji it Bo»- MilmukM iTrjvtra H l Detroit 'Roberts 4-Ji. :ni Only ganws jchedulai Califortiii at Boston, mi Minnesota at Baltimore, i n * Oakland at N'e^f York. Int S:ilwaukfe al Kansas City, (r.i Si !«·-» !l » «- VScot/Ml !« B JK l r l sS fwp; 3 H S 2 S Houlcr n 3 MC San Traa !» 11 » AtlaflM 17 K X] Sao Dif|o »t Alliiu. rain pjltiDurg^i t Montreal 1 dicago 5 Ne» York ) V i » f f * r : ft?. 1 "* ^f'j*t trt* H*J?T ^*iV:vr. ',^:?*t«i ;*· tJ* (a\'.*T. f . Up 1 i **-, r i f ·· f t h * p* ;, i ?r- * ^ O f * Ciar^syjt: *! S* .OK*. ·» Sr» Vert a; Im A--«.-=n A » ol fijT3f*^ us Red McK Iji'id PU Ir. (N- rUirr^r c U i s ^rr, Hfjftdl rtfir.^ it 5 Hi* 1 r^-w iirnt ^'.i^-J ;rr.r f- mcher ^r4 Hob wilt prrvjjj through . VWV .^V. WA VAV^.VAX«-»;-W:^.^:.» Tommy Davis at 37 still swings mean bat B ASSOCI vrr.n PRESS Maybe Tommy Davis can't roll out of bed on Christmas morning and swing a mean bat, but he wasn't too bad on the evening of June 2 after two months of idleness. The 16-year major league veteran, released by the New York Yankees just before the season started, signed on Wednesday with California. A few hours later he made his 1976 debut with a tie-breaking two- run pinch single in the eighth inning that sparXed the Angels to a 5-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins. "I hadn't worked out since spring training until this weekend after they called me about the possibility of coming back," the 37-year-old Davis said after collecting the 2,059th hit of his career. "I figure my days are numbered, but 1 thought I could do the job for four months." In other American League action, the New York Yankees whipped the Boston Red Sox 72, the Baltimore Orioles outlasted the Cleveland Indians 2-0 in 14 innings, the Chicago White Sox nipped the Texas Rangers 1-0 in 11, the Kansas City Royals edged the Oakland A's 4-3 in 12 and the Detroit Tigers downed the Milwaukee Brewers 64. Davis was supposed tn start work with a record promotion company in Los Angeles this week. However, he received a call from Angels general manager Harry Dalton last Friday and decided to resume his playing career. "It wasn't tough coming back to baseball," he said after delivering his clutch hit on a 2-2 curve from Minnesota relief ace Bill Campbell. Dave Chalk drove in the other three California runs with a two-run, single in the second inning and a sacrifice fly following Darts' hit. Ysnkfea 7, Red Sox 2 Ed Figueroa hurled a four-hitter and the Yankees chased Boston starter Dick Pole in piling up a fro second-inning lead. The Yankees scored five times In · the second on four walks, a hit batter, a run-scoring wild pitch and only two hits, one of them Chris Chambliss' two-run single. Cecil Cooper accounted (or Boston's runs with a slith-innlng homer. Orioles 2, Indian* 0 Lee May crashed a two-run homer in the 14th inning off Cleveland reliever Tom Buskey following a single by Reggie Jackson. Jim Palmer and Wayne Garland combined for an eight-hit shutout, the first against the Indians this season. The drive by May negated a two- hit pitching performance by Cleveland's Jackie Brown, Dave LaHoche and Buskey through the first 13 innings. Royal* 4, A's 3 John Mayberry's sacrifice fly in the 12th Inning scored Amos Otis with the winning run. Otis opened the IZth by drawing a walk off Rollie Fingers and George Brett singled for his fourth hit of the game, moving Otis to third. Mayberry then hit a long fly to . scu/e the run. Kansas City had tied the game in the ninth on a walk to Fred Patek, a sacrifice by Frank White and a long sacrifice fly by Tony Solaita that scored Patek all the way from second base. The A's had taken a 3-2 lead in the seventh inning on Sal Bando's two-run homer. Tigcn* 6, Bre»»«rs 4 Willie Morton drove in two runs with a single and a sacrifice fly and Ben Oglivie hit a two-run inside-the- park pinch homer as Detroit posted its fourth con"- secutive victory over Milwaukee in the five-game series. Oglivie's home run came in the eighth inning and provided Detroit's winning margin. Brewers starter Jim Colbom, 2-7, lost his sixth straight game while Detroit starter Vern Ruhle raised his record to 4-1. Hhite Soi 1. Rangers 0 Jorge Orta's single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the llth produced the game's only run and ended a string of 24 consecutive scoreless innings by loser Jim Umbarger. The White Sox loaded the bases on Jim Essian's double, a sacrifice and a pair of intentional walks. Chicago starter Bart Johnson gave up just three hits in nine innings. ¥5:WSftW»:v:«-X«^«»W«««^55«SWffliWffiWS^^

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