The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on September 15, 1981 · 32
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Tuesday, September 15, 1981
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4 Part III Tuesday, September IS, 1981 Cob Angeles Sfcnes Newswire Templeton Makes Public Apology, Rejoins Cardinals for Road Trip St- S'-S - .- .....v..-. sr VIM '4 IB If : .. :' i - . ' . r, " - k f ' - Cincinnati outfielder Ken Griffey attempts to steal second base Monday night in the Astrodome in Associated Presa Houston, but Astros second baseman Phil Garner is about to tag him out. The Reds won, 4-2. Can Yankees Engineer a Sweep? Jackson Does the Hitting, John the Pitching, They're 2 Back The New York Yankees, who won the American League East first-half championship under Manager Gene Michael, may be on their way to winning the second half under Manager Bob Lemon. The Yankees 6-2 since Lemon took over Sept. 7 moved within two games of first-place Detroit with a 10-2 victory over the Brewers at Milwaukee Monday night. It was vintage Yankees. Reggie Jackson drove in four runs with a home run, double and infield out and Tommy John (9-5) went the distance, scattering nine hits while earnings his fourth victory in five decisions since the strike ended. Bob Watson and Lou Piniella also homered. The win came against Mike Caldwell, who went into the game with a 9-1 career record and six straight victories against the Yankees. Jackson, who was ordered to take a physical on Aug. 27 when he was hitting .212 with six homers, is now hitting .237 with 10 homers. In 16 games since the physical, Jackson is hitting .329. The Yankees had a 4-0 lead after 3V6 innings. They scored twice in the first on an RBI single by Piniella and Jackson's infield grounder. Watson led off the second with a homer and Piniella's homer came an inning later. "Give Tommy John four or five runs and he's awfully tough to beat," said Caldwell (11-8). It was 10-1 after Jackson homered in the 7th. The Yankees' Jerry Mumphrey, hitting .308, left the game after he sprained his left ankle in the third when Baseball Roundup he slid into first trying to beat a throw. Boston 5, Detroit 2 Jerry Remy drove in two runs with a bases-loaded, two-out single in the sixth to snap a 2-2 tie at Boston. Detroit had tied the game in the top of the sixth on Steve Kemp's ninth homer of the year. The game was delayed by rain twice for 67 minutes at the start and 16 minutes in the top of the eighth. Oakland 5, Texas 2 Rick Langford, the American League leader in complete games, went the distance for the 15th time, allowing six hits at Arlington, Tex. Lang-ford is 9-9. The A's scored three runs in the second, two on a bloop single by Cliff Johnson. Minnesota 6, Toronto 3 Ron Washington drove in two runs with a single in a three-run eighth at Toronto as the Twins won their seventh straight. Brad Havens allowed just three hits through seven innings and then Doug Corbett came on to earn his 13th save, allowing two hits in the last two innings. Chicago 5, Seattle 2 Dennis Lamp pitched a five-hitter at Seattle, going the distance for only the second time this season. Jim Morrison led off the third with his seventh homer for the White Sox's first run. Cincinnati 4, Houston 2 Bruce Berenyi pitched a four-hitter at the Astrodome and Johnny Bench drove in three runs with three singles. Beneyi (8-5) allowed two runs in the first but settled down to retire 21 straight and 24 of the next 26 he faced before Dennis Walling singled with two out in the ninth. Berenyi struck out 12 and walked one in giving Houston its first loss in 13 home games and only second at home in the second season. San Francisco 4, Atlanta 2 The Giants snapped a three-game losing streak as Jerry Martin singled in two runs, tripled and scored another at San Francisco. Two errors and two walks got one run in for the Giants in the first and then Martin hit his two-run single. Martin scored on Johnnie LeMaster's squeeze bunt in the fourth to make it 4-0. The Giants' Tom Griffin, who hadn't given up an earned run in 30V4 innings, gave up two in the fifth before leaving the game with back spasms. Griffin is now 8-6. The Braves protested the game over a disputed rundown in the third inning. Brett Butler was caught between third and home as Claudell Washington advanced to third. Butler went back to third and Giants first baseman Enos Cabell tagged both runners. Umpire Satch Davidson called Washington out, but Butler left the bag and was tagged out for a double play. -LARRY STEWART Sales Representative Investment Products and Services Our 50-year-old Investment management and financial services organization is adding to its regional sales staff. We are looking for a self-motivated, articulate professional to market to the securities industry and to financial planners in Southern California. You will be paid while you receive intensive classroom and field training, after which you will receive an NASD securities license. Knowledge of the financial services industry is helpful but not required. Well-developed public speaking skills are a must. Tell us about your sales and speaking experience in your letter or resume. Our liberal compensation package includes salary, expenses commissions, bonus potential and a full array of fringe benefits. Reply immediately and in confidence to: Mr. King P.O. Box 283, Evergreen, CO 80439 mm mom TOP 8 POINT FINISHERS ROD LAYER KEN RSSEWALL ROT EK.EKSG9I MARTY RSESSEN CLIFF CRYSDALE FRED ST0LLE OWEN DAVIDSON CLIFF RICKEY TICKET PRICES: SEPTEMBER 24-27 (X) I BOX SEATS (All Five Sessions) 4 seats $275$ 8 seats $525 $ DAILY TICKETS SEPTEMBER 24th, 7:30 p.m. Courtslde $8 $ Preferred $6 $ SEPTEMBER 25th, 7:30 p.m. Courtslde $9 $ Preferred f $7 $ SEPTEMBER 26th, 1:00 p.m. Courtslde $9 $ Preferred $7 $ SEPTEMBER 26th, 7:30 p.m. Courtslde i $10 $ Preferred $ 8 $ SEPTEMBER 27th, 1:00 p.m. Courtslde i $12$ Preferred $10 $ Postaae& Handling 50 Total: $ Shortstop Garry Templeton, suspended by the St. Louis Cardinals for making obscene gestures toward fans on Aug. 26, publicly apologized. "I'm sorry and I apologize to anyone who might have been offended," he said at a news conference. Templeton, hospitalized since Aug. 31 for psychiatric evaluation, said doctors have diagnosed that he suffered from depression and have prescribed medication. Templeton, who had been on the 15-day disabled list, was activated. He will travel with the Cardinals to Montreal today and said he expects to play "within a few days." First Interstate Bank has announced it will sponsor the athletic foundation formerly known as Citizen Savings Athletic Foundation and headed by Bill Schroeder. The foundation, originally the Helms Athletic Foundation, was formed in 1936. It's existence was threatened by financial difficulties until Peter Ueberroth, president of the Los Angeles Organizing Committee, stepped in and vowed to find a sponsor or sponsor it himself. The First Interstate Athletic Foundation, as it will now be known, will remain at 9800 Sepulveda Blvd. until new quarters are located. Jim Eddy, linebacker coach for the Montreal Alouettes, has been elevated to head coach, replacing Joe Scannella, fired Saturday. Eddy said he planned to restructure the offense, using quarterback Vince Ferragamo more. 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