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4 Part lll-Tues., April 22, 1975 R Staplf mt, BUCKNER PLACED TWINS DEFEAT ANGELS on disabLed ust Continued from First Page 4 13 innings as Minnesota snapped a three-game streak. The Twins got 14 hits off five California pitchers with Larry Hisle hitting the three-run homer that got the Twins even from 4-1. Hisle also tripled in Minnesota's last run and scored the sixth and seventh runs after reaching base on infield singles. Despite his protest, Williams admitted the Angels beat themselves. "When we score six runs," he said, "we just have to wia" It is unlikely that the Angels will win their protest since it comes down to a choice of stories. One offered by Williams and one offered by first base umpire Lou DiMuro. The Twins had the bases loaded in the sixth when former UCLA player Luis Gomez, the Minnesota shortstop, put down a squeeze that . got a run home and generated an argument at first as DiMuro called Gomez out. Gomez bounced his helmet off the infield dirt and DiMuro reacted by making a sweeping gesture with his right arm, seemingly indicating that he had ejected the infielder. However, when Gomez went to his position at the start of the home half, Williams came out to lodge his protest DiMuro told him that he had not ejected Gomez, that he had merely invoked an automatic American League rule which calls for a $100 fine for the throwing of equipment and ejection only if it's done a second time. "It's a new rule," explained DiMuro later, "and Williams may not have been familiar with it. I wasn't throwing Gomez out, only fining him, and I had to come up with some kind of motion to indicate something was wrong." Williams laughed when he heard that. "He has to live with what he says," said Williams, "but he definitely threw him out. It's our word against his, so our chances of winning the protest aren't good if he doesn't tell the truth." The incident didn't seem to have much to do with the outcome, but Williams said, "that doesn't matter. Gomez should have been out and a new player in the game." Gomez did go out in the eighth, leaving for pinch-hitter Rod Carew. The Twins put runners at first and third with one out against losing pitcher Orlando Pena and then Carew hit a sacrifice fly off Mickey Scott that scored Hisle with the seventh and winning run, the run that snapped a 6-6 tie. That tie had been created in the sixth when Bill Sudakis delivered a two-out, two-run, pinch-hit double, his first hit as an Angel. The blow chased Minnesota starter Bill Butler, who, unhappy with the calls of home plate umpire Jim Evans, also drew a $100 fine for throwing his glove as he walked toward the dugout The Angels had gotten eight hits off Butler, but they got only one in a fine relief stint of 3 13 innings by a former Angel, Tom Burgmeier. FIRST INNING Angels Nettles bunted safely and stole second. Rivers singled to left. Nettles stopping at third with Rivers taking second on the throw home. Harper filed to left. Nettles scoring. Rivers was thrown out trying to steal third. Bochte struck out. One run, two hits. SECOND INNING Twins With one out, Soderholm reached second when Nettles dropped his fly ball. Hisle popped to first. Kuslck doubled to left, Soderholm scoring. Borgmann filed to cen ter. One run (unearned), one hit, one left. THIRD INNING Angels Ramirez walked and was thrown out attempting to steal second. Nettles walked. Rivers reached first and continued to third when Kusick allowed his grounder to roll past him. Nettles scoring. Harper bunted safely and continued to second on a throwing error by Butler, Rivers scoring. Bochte grounded to short, Harper taking third. Chalk bunted safely, Harper scoring. Stanton grounded to third. Three runs (all unearned), two hits, two errors, one left. FOURTH INNING Twins Brye walked. Darwin struck out. Soderholm beat out a grounder to second. Hisle homered to left, his second. Kuslck doubled to left. Borgmann grounded to short. Gomez filed to right. Three runs, four hits, one left. FIFTH INNING Twins With one out, Ferrer singled to center. Brye singled to left. Blaterlc replaced Hassler. Darwin singled to left, Ferrer scoring. Soderholm grounded into a double plav. One run, three hits, one .'eft. SIXTH INNING ' Twins Hisle bunted safely. Kuslck singled to left. Borgmann bunted safely, loading the bases. Gomez sacrificed, being thrown out on a squeeze bunt by Bochte as Hisle scored and Kuslck and Borgmann advanced. Ford struck out. Ferrer filed to center. One run, three hits, two left. EIGHTH INNING Twins Hlsle beat out a grounder to short and took second on a wild pitch. Kusick grounded to short, Hlsle taking third. Borgmann walked. Carew was announced as a plnch-hltter for Gomez. Scott replaced Pena. Carew filed to left, Hlsle scoring with Borgmann taking second. Ford was walked Intentionally. Ferrer popped to short. One run, one hit, two left. NINTH INNING Twins Brye doubled to left. Kirkwood replaced Scott. Darwin struck out. Soderholm struck out. Hisle tripled to right, Brye scoring. Kusick struck out. One run, two hits, one left. MINNESOTA ab r h bi SFord cf Ferrer 2b Brye rf Darwin dh 4 0 10 5 110 4 2 2 0 5 0 11 CALIFORNIA ab r h bi Sodrholm 3b 4 2 1 0 Hisle If Kusick 1b Borgman c LGomez ss Carew 2b Butler p Bergmetr p 5 3 4 4 5 0 3 1 3 0 10 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MNellles cf Rivers If Harper dh Bochte 1b Chalk 3b Stanton rf EIRdrgez c Remy 2b Sudakis ph Doyle 2b ORamirz ss Llenas ph Hassler p Blateric p Pena p MScott p Kirkwood p 4 2 10 4 110 3 112 4 12 0 4 0 2 1 4 110 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 12 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 37 8 14 8 Total 34 6 9 5 Minnesota 010 3110111 California 103 002 000 E M.Netties, Kusick, Butler. DP California 1. LOB Minnesota 8, California 4. 2B Kusick 2, Chalk, Sudakis, Brye. 3B Hisle. HR Hisle (2). SB-M.Nettles. S L.Gomez. SF Harper, Carew. IP H R ER BBSO Butler 5 2-3 8 6 3 2 4 Bergmeir (W,1-0 3 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Hassler 4 1-3 7 5 4 1 4 Blateric 12-3 4 1 1 0 1 Pena (L,0-1) 11-311120 M.Scott 2-311110 Kirkwood 1 1 0 0 0 3 WP Pena. T 2:58. A 16.291. Outfielder Bill Buckner. who suffered an ankle injury Saturday, was placed on the 13-day disabled list Monday by the Dodgers, retroactive to the day he was hurt. The Dodgers also announced they have purchased the contract of outfielder Charlie Manuel from their Albuquerque farm club of the Pacific Coast League. Buckner. whose left ankle was put in a cast, will be eligible to come off the disabled list on May 4. DODGERS' SCORECARD SECOND INNING Dodgers Cey homered to left, his fourth. Ferguson struck out. Cruz grounded to first. Auerbach struck out. One run, one hit. SEVENTH INNING Braves Correll homered to left, his second. Blanks struck out. Capra lined out to short. Garr filed to center. One run, one hit. NINTH INNING Dodgers Lacy singled through the middle. Garvey grounded to short. Lacy taking second. Cey was intentionally walked. Ferguson filed to left. Cruz doubled over first. Lacy scoring and Cey being thrown out at the plate. One run, two hits, one left. LOS ANGELES .. ATLANTA ab r h bi ab r h bl Lopes cf 2 0 0 0 Garr If 4 0 0 0 MMota If 4 0 10 MPerez 2b 4 0 0 0 Wynn cf 3 0 0 0 Evans 3b 3 0 10 Lacy 2b 1110 Lum lb 4 0 10 Garvey 1b 4 0 0 0 Baker rf 4 0 10 Cey 3b 3 111 Office cf 4 0 10 Mc Mullen 3b 0 0 0 0 Correll c 4 12 1 Ferguson c 3 0 10 Blanks ss 2 0 0 0 Cruz rf 4 0 11 Capra p 2 0 0 0 Auerbach ss 3 0 0 0 Mssrsmth p 3 0 10 Total 30 2 6 2 Total 31 1 6 1 Los Angeles 010 000 001 2 Atlanta 000 000 100- 1 DP Los Angeles 1, Atlanta 1. LOB Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 6. 2B Office, Evans, Cruz. HR Cey (4), Correll (2). S Lopes, Capra. IP H R ER BB SO Mssrsmth (W,2-1) 9 6 112 7 Capra (L,2-1) 9 6 2 2 3 5 T-2:00. A-9.256. DODGER AVERAGES BATTING (Including Monday's Game) Player- AB R H HR RBI Pet. Auerbach 34 5 i 0 I .176 Buckner 44 8 U 2 6 .250 Cey 53 6 16 4 .302 Crawford 37 2 8 0 7 .21 Cruz 11 1 3 0 1 .273 De Jesus 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Ferguson 44 3 i 0 2 .1M Garvey 63 6 21 0 9 .333 Lacy 5 1 1 0 0 .200 Lopes 49 11 12 0 2 .245 McMullen 3 0 0 0 0 .000 Mota 14 1 4 0 0 .286 Paciorek 8 0 1 0 0 .125 Russell 17 0 1 0 2 .059 Wynn S3 12 18 4 15 .340 Yeager 13 1 3 I 3 .231 PITCHING Pitcher IP H CG BB SO W-L ERA Brewer S 3 0 2 3 0-0 0.00 Downing 1 1 0 1 0 0-0 0.00 Hough 9 7 0 6 7 0-2 4.00 Marshall 15K) 11 0 7 9 2-1 1.15 Msrsmth 32 30 2 5 24 2-0 3.09 Rau 18 14 0 9 12 1-1 5.00 Rhoden 14V 18 0 7 8 0-0 3.77 Sutton 32 15 2 S 29 3-0 0.56 Zahn I 2 0 4 1 0-1 27.00 Totals 134 112 4 51 93 8-6 2.62 SAVES Marshall, Hough TEAM TOTALS AB R H 2B 38 HR Pet Oppnts 481 49 112 23 3 11 .233 Dodgers 485 58 115 23 5 11 .237 Munson, White Lead Yanks Romp BOSTON Roy White and Thurman Munson led a 16-hit New York attack and Pat Dobson pitched a six-hitter as the Yankees battered the Boston Red Sox 12-1 Mon- MAJOR LEAGUE BOXES Yankees 12. Red Sox t Giants 1. Reds 3 NEW YORK abrhbi RWhrlelb 4 4 4 1 EMaddoicf 3 2 10 Bonds rt 4 12 2 Munsonc 5 13 3 AJohnsondh S 2 2 1 Piniella If 4 12 1 GNetlks 3b 4 1 1 2 Alomar 2b S 0 1 0 Masonss 4 0 0 0 PDobsonp 0 0 0 0 BOSTON ab r h bi CarboH 3 0 0 0 Evans rl 4 0 2 0 Yltrmskilb 3 0 0 0 Coonerlb 10 0 0 Lvnn cf Ricedh Mntomrvc Bckwk Burleson ss Grillm2t 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 110 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 KAndrewZb 2 0 10 Heitelb 4 0 11 LHP 0 0 0 0 Dragop 0 0 0 0 Moretp 0 0 0 0 Pole P 0 0 0 0 Total 30 12 It 11 Total 33 1 t 1 New York 400 401 010-12 Boston 000 000 001 t E Mason, Lvnn. OP New York 1, Boston 2. LOB New York I, Boston l. IB R White, Bonds, Blackwell. Hull. White (1). Sf-G. Nettles, Bonds. IP H R ER BB SO 9 4 114 7 3 2 3 10 I 1 1 1 1-3 I 2 2 1 1 2 2 112 2 2 2 110 SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bi Maddoxcl 5 0 1 0 OThomas 2b S 0 0 0 Murcerrf 4 10 0 Matthews II 4 2 10 Goodsonlb 4 0 10 Thomasnlb 110 0 Speierss 5 0 12 OntiverosSb 3 0 0 0 Hill c 2 0 11 CaUwello 10 0 0 CINCINNATI ab r h bi Joshua ph Mount o Lavelle p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rose II Cncpcion ss Morgan lb Bench c TPereilb GFoster rf Grifleyph Rttmund rf Geronimocf 10 0 0 VukovichSb 10 10 Flvnn3b 10 0 0 Norman p 2 0 0 0 CCarroll p Driessenph Borbonp Ambrslrph 4 0 10 3 10 0 3 110 4 113 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Total 34 4 7 3 Total 33 3 4 3 SanFrancisco MO 002 010 t 4 Cincinnati 000 000 300 0 3 E Vukovich, Flynn. IOB SanFrancisco , Cincinnati 3. 2B Matthews 2, Soeier. MR Bench 121. SB Morgan. S Caldwell. SF Hill. IP H R En BB SO P.DobsonlW.1.21 Lee(L,1-2) Drago Morel Pole WP-P.Dobson. T-2:45. A-20,311. Caldwell Molfitt - -lavellelW.10) Norman CCarroll BorbonlLJ.il 7 3 3 123 1 0 1 13 0 1 13 t 13 0 1 1 WP-C.Carroll. T-2: 37. A 12,391. Soccer Notes Philadelphia (NASD-Signed Chris Bahr, Penn State placekick-er and Ail-American soccer player; under new NCAA rule Bahr ill play professional soccer and still be eligible for college football next fall. San Jose (NASD Signed Arthur Hadlev, center-back lor Southend United (England) last season. Pro Golf Leaders Johnny Miller $149,476 Jack Nicklaus 149,242 Tom Weiskopf 112,488 Bob Murphy 83,782 Lee Trevino 75,583 Hale Irwin 72,402 LPGA Leaders Sandra Palmer S37.5B1 Kathy McMullen 23,500 Jane Blalock 22,993 Carole Jo Skala 15,868 Carol Mann 13,654 Padres 1. Astros 0 HOUSTON SAN DIEGO ab r h bi EHndeiss Becker! 3b HTorreslb Grubbcl Winliektrl Ivielb Sharon II Fuenteslb Hundley c R Jones p 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 111 4 0 11 3 110 Cabell rl RAndrws 2b Cedenocl CJhnsnlb Watson II DoRader3b Jutiec Meligerss Crawlord P Granger p easlerph Yorkp Howard ph Forschp ab r h bi 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 day in a Patriot's Day game. Dobson (1-2) had a one-hitter through the first seven innings, allowing only Dwight Evans' infield chopper in the third, before yielding two hits in the eighth and three more in the nir"i, including Bob Heise's run-scoring single. The Yank ;s' right-hander struck out seven and walked four. White smashed his first home run of the season, a double and two singles, while Munson had three hits and drove in three runs. The Yankees jumped on Boston starer Bill Lee (1-2) for four runs in the first inning on White's leadoff double, a walk, singles by Munson, Alex Jonhnson and Lou Piniella and a sacrifice fly by Graig Nettles. In the fourth, they knocked out the Red Sox left-hander, who entered the game with a 9-2 lifetime record against them, sending 10 men to the plate against Lee and reliever Dick Drago and scoring six runs. Bando Paces A's Past Rangers OAKLAND (AP) Sal Bando tripled and singled, driving in a run and scoring two others to lead the Oakland A's to an 11-6 victory over the Texas Rangers Monday night. Bando tripled to drive in a run, then came home on a wild pitch by loser Jim Bibby when the A's broke the game open with five runs in the fourth inning. Gene Tenace and Claudell Washington singled and moved up on a sacrifice at the start of the inning. Bill North got a run home with a grounder to first and another run scored when Mike Hargrove threw the ball away for an error. Bert Campaneris doubled to score North and Bando followed with his triple. DODGERS DEFEAT ATLANTA, 2-1 Continued from First Page gle for another month just to stay even with teams until the other guys come back." Cey also left the game Monday after being thrown out at the plate on Cruz's two-base hit that scored Lee Lacy, who had singled to lead off the ninth. "I feel good at the plate," said Cey, his face ashen and perspiring, "but running all the way from second at the end took something out of me." But those weren't the only Dodgers hurting on a night when Messersmith outpitched Capra (2-1), whose win streak was severed at six games dating back to 1974. Willie Crawford was limping on a right ankle he twisted in Sunday's game while rounding second base on a game-tying double against the Giants. He did not play Monday but expects to return to the lineup in a day or two. Steve Garvey also was hurt Sunday when a first-inning collision with the Giants' Garry Maddox ripped off the big toenail on Steve's left foot. He played Monday, although his hitting streak ended at five games when he went 0-for-4. Because of the injuries, the Dodgers again deployed a patchwork lineup. And when Wynn left the game. Lacy pinch-hit for him and moved to sec ond base, replacing Davey Lopes, a converted outfielder who switched to Wynn's spot in center field. "Man, I can't believe this," said Messersmith as he consoled Wynn afterward. "When is it all going to stop?" Fortunately for the Dodgers, they had Messersmith, who may well be on his way to another 20-win season. He pitched like it here, twice squirming out of trouble first by striking out batting champ Ralph Garr with two runners in scoring position in the fifth. Then Dusty Baker's line drive into a double play and a Rowland Office strikeout saved him in the sixth, with runners at first and third. Messersmith gave up a game-tying homer by Vic Correll in the seventh, but retired the last eight Braves and finished with seven strikeouts. Road Atlanta to Host Formula 5000 Race DENVER (UPI)-Road Atlanta in Gainesville, Ga., was selected Monday by the jointly sanctioned Sports Car Club of America and United States Auto Club as the site for an Aug. 31 Formula 5000 race, sixth event in the nine-card championship schedule for 1975. Ontario Motor Speedway originally was scheduled to host the event, but officials there opted to stage an F-5000 race next spring. But even in victory, it was not a happy Dodger clubhouse. "This is no rip of the other guys who are playing now," said Cey, "but it's going to be difficult until guys like Buckner, Russell, Yeager and Marshall can come back. Without them, it's too much of a strain on us right now." Dodger Notes Perfect timing: If the Dodgers are troubled by more injuries, they couldn't have picked a better hotel. Headquartered with them in downtown Atlanta is a convention of the American College of Surgeons . . . Even though the Braves had a winning record (7-6) going into Monday's game, they had been outscored by 13 runs. "Our pitching and defense have been great." said manager Clyde King, "but we need more punch." King has apparently abandoned hope of obtaining slugger Dick Allen. "I feel no different about him now than I did in the spring," he said. "We could use him. certainly, but we aren't interested in him if he's not genuinely interested in playing ball again." Broadcaster Vin Scully took a Monday morning flight to Atlanta rather than fly from Los Angeles Sunday night with the Dodgers. "After what's been happening to them lately," he said, kiddingly, "there's no way I'd get on the same plane with them" . . . Today's pitchers will be Doug Rau (1-1) and Carl Morton (3-0) ... The official scorer of Sunday's L.A.-San Francisco game has changed a pop-fly error against Davey Lopes to a fourth-inning double by the Giants' Gary Matthews. Jones Shuts Out Astros on 6 Hits in Padres Win From Times Wire Services Randy Jones, a 22-game loser last year, shackled Houston on six hits Monday night as the startling San Diego Padres defeated Houston, 4-0, to remain atop the National League West Jones, now 2-0, has not given up an earned run in 23 innings this season. He struck out five and walked none. Jim Crawford, a left-hander just called up because of Astro pitching problems, was a victim of poor support. An error by shortstop Roger Metzger on Tito Fuentes' two-out grounder opened the way for two unearned runs in the second and another run scored after a passed ball and Crawford wild-pitched the other home. The Padres lead the Dodgers and San Francisco by half a game. The Giants kept pace when Cincinnati rookie third baseman Pat Flynn bobbled a grounder by Chris Speier to give the Giants a 4-3 victory in 10 innings. Johnny Bench hit a three-run homer for the Reds' runs in the fifth inning, with the Giants tying it in the eighth on Marc Hill's sacrifice fly. Gary Mathews was on third after opening the 10th with a double and going to third on an infield out when Speier's grounder bounced off Flynn's glove. ABA Highlights pr0 Football Notes At Louisville: KentuCKy 1 17, M. Louis 109 (Kentucky leads best-of-7 Eastern Division final series, 1-0). Louie Dampler's field goal with II seconds left put Colonels ahead 110-109, and Marv Roberts' two free throws provided final margin. High scorers: Dampier 37; Artls Gllmore (K) H; Marvin Barnes (SL) 36; Maurice Lucas (SL) 23; Dan Issel (K) 20. AH. 0,612. Giants Signed two free agents from Mexico City club team: kicker Jose Vera Guzman, who had brief trial with 49ers last season, and lineback Jose Luis Lopez. 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