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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 47

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Mi-July 23 1972 Sunday Charleston, West Vlrglnl* Major League Averages Complete through garnet of Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet 7SO 45 328 .244 Kansas City Boston Minnesota New York California Oakland Chicaso Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Texas Milwaukee 2853 364 734 66 337 .257 2867 301 702 53 285 .245 1697 291 656 48 271 .243 2984 270 724 50 248 .243 2939 352 707 87 333 .241 2853 316 677 58 295 .237 2781 302 648 69 288 233 2820 250 654 37 234 .232 2797 297 637 52 270 .226 2917 289 658 39 268 .226 2755 248 616 53 232 .224 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 165 or more a tbals AB R H HR RBI Pet 248 37 80 331 51105 9 168 15 52 1 321 43 99 7 345 57 105 10 1'8 29 60 6 !3S 47 71 15 33 95 316 294 33 88 Schelnblum KC Piniella KC Braun Min Otis KC Ri:di Oak Kirkpatrick KC Fisk Bos Carew Min \o|as KC Blomberg NY D.Allen Chi Grich Bal Biillner Tex Mayberry KC Berry Cal R.Oliver Cal Billings Tex Harper Bos .._ ,, ScottP. Kelly Chi 215 33 61 Thompson Min 307 32 87 Yastrzemski Bos 209 32 59 165 302 19 49 51 89 220 36 64 165 17 48 290 27 84 211 24 61 340 35 97 267 26 76 303 53 84 7 39 .323 43 .317 18 .310 34 .308 37 .304 27 .303 35 .302 37 .301 39 .299 33 .297 61 .295 24 .291 1? .291 54 .290 26 .289 46 .285 32 .285 36 .284 12 .284 Murcer NY Apartcio Bos Epstein Oak C.May C'hi Kaline Det McMullen Cal R.Smith -Bos McCraw Cle Briggs Mil Harrah Tex Norlhrup Det Baylor Bal White NY Munson NY Reichardt Chi Tovar Min Pinson Cal Darwin Min Alomar Cal Chambliss Cle Griffin Bos Brohamer Cle Freehan Det G.Nettles Cle B.Robinson Bal Heise Mil Cash Det Campaneris Oak R.Jackson Oak Petrocelli Bos Bando Oak Fosse Cle Ford Tex Rettenmund Bal Melton Chi Duncan Oak Bell Cle Clarke NY D. Nelson Tex Killebrew Min Theobald Mil W.Morton Det Spencer Cal F.Howard Tex Andrews Chi A.Rodriguez Det .ViCAuiiffc Det Mincher Oak Scott Mil B.Coniglro Mil Maddox Tex D.May Mil Slanton Cal D.Johnson Bal A.Johnson Cle Morales Chi Buford Bal Patek KC Lahoutf Mil M.Stanley Det Cater Bos Cardenas Cal Unsnr Cle Auerbach Mil Lovitto TPX Schaal KC Michael NY Torres NY Blair Bal J.Powell Bal Brinkman Det Soderholm Min Herrmann Chi Randle Tex Belanger Bal 302 49 85 214 20 60 284 44 80 304 51 85 170 22 47 294 26 81 251 40 69 222 27 61 233 31 64 275 37 75 224 22 61 169 18 283 42 265 28 197 24 53 322 48 268 34 268 28 71 360 36 95 182 14 48 299 28 78 280 27 73 231 33 60 41 76 31 82 13 45 32 63 46 87 43 80 71 77 294 318 175 248 349 321 285 31 309 45 269 23 67 206 25 51 212 27 52 208 22 51 255 27 62 2£6 16 62 282 34 295 41 255 31 205 21 181 20 169 11 IS 2 8 19 7 1 9 4 11 3 10 2 3 0 13 0 18 7 4 5 11 2 13 1 5 7 5 5 7 1 5 12 1 . 1 1 2 5 8 33 .259 i 0 18 5 18 8 10 Pittsburgh rhicaso N A T I O N A L L6AGUI TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI PC! 3126 407 «82 67 384 .22 --. 2996 392 784 85 363 .265 St. Louis 2945 lit 747 44 29» .240 Houston 3129 41S 80 , n 389 256 Atlanta 3040 348 773 79 328 .254 Los Angeles 2947 318 740 57271.25 Cincinnati '2WO 406 722 77 373 .250 Philacielphia 2925 280 7CO 51 242 .23' SanFrancisco 3061 378 727 86 342 .23* Montreal 2737 249 628 40 238 .229 San Diego 2926 244 661 54 242 .226 New York 2781 291 624 57 544 .224 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 165 or more at b»ts AB R H HR RBI Pet 195 297 341 201 193 23 45 310 35 72 190 22 44 186 22 43 299 27 69 217 24 0 227 20 52 277 24 63 IBS IB 42 260 29 313 34 148 IS 21 23 17 20 21 17 23 18 15 37 23 62 29 48 23 57 45 34 223 215 312 221 282 208 200 215 174 294 231 284 225 21 172 9 36 70 37 80 24 .282 43 .281 22 .280 49 .280 45 .280 17 .276 18 .276 39 .275 16 .275 37 .275 27 .273 20 .272 19 .272 34 .272 28 :272 31 .269 23 .247 27 .265 -16 .265 12 .264 16 .264 20 .261 21 .261 38 .260 33 .259 39 .258 6 .257 41 .254 15 .249 54 .249 42 .249 49 .249 23 .249 8 24 .248 16 .245 30 .245 48 .243 20 .242 IS .241 17 .241 41 .239 14 .239 15 .238 13 .237 22 .236 26 .236 31 .235 i9 .234 245 23 177 26 32 PITCHING 7 or more decisions 7 14 2 1 2 13 1 i 1 6 5 4 i 6 9 7 0 6 8 3 5 2 2 0 5 9 6 6 I 1 1 2 1 3 t 10 11 3 2 1 Cedeno Htn Davalillo Pgh B.Williams Chi Mota LA Sanguillen Pgh Garr All Baker Atl A.Oliver Pgh Brock StL Lee SD M.Alou SIL Clemente Pgh Buckner LA Stennett Pgh Watson Htn Torre StL Carty Atl Tolan Cin 'Staub NY Santo Chi Hsbner Pgh Stargell Pgh L.May Htn Hickman Chi Bench Cln Rose Cin Simmons StL Cardinal Chi Morgan Cin W.Davis LA Valentine LA Maddox SF Cessinger Chi Hutton Phi T.Perez Cin Russell LA Becxert Chi Wynn Htn W.Parker LA Alley Pgh Bonds SF Cash Pgh Garvey LA Hunt Mil E.Williams A f l Luzinski Phi Speier SF Ratter SF C.Jones NY Day Mtl Monday Chi Morales SD Millan Atl Sizemore StL : uentes SF F.Robinson LA Doyle Phi H.Aaron AH =vans Atl Milner NY Bowa Phi Helms Htn Gallagher SF Agee NY Bowa Phi Helms Htn Gallagher SF 303 59 107 194 35 68 351 58 120 219 36 73 312 37 102 325 49 105 205 20 66 349 52 112 366 44 117 251 35 79 302 36 95 252 46 78 202 20 62 181 22 55 52 102 45 96 29 65 51 100 30 63 336 317 215 334 212 255 36 75 208 33 61 284 40 83 338 50 98 201 39 51 307 356 320 NY V Mtl Mtl 16 .232 | Edwards Htn J v? 3 , 1 1 D.Thomas SD 31 -P' Jeter SD 53 88 24 54 102 2 37 91 296 51 84 308 80 87 3tS 41 97 221 26 62 253 35 70 329 40 91 194 22 54 2BO 36 77 200 22 55 313 41 86 313 65 215 21 187 16 364 71 269 40 225 31 300 37 81 342 43 92 317 37 85 332 42 89 236 20 63 197 20 52 201 17 53 275 49 71 191 24 49 300 28 76 218 25 55 333 39 84 231 29 58 240 15 60 272 46 68 20 224 38 56 13 165 25 46 330 35 82 294 23 73 166 16 41 223 31 S5 330 35 82 294 23 73 166 16 41 223 31 55 225 24 221 20 311 33 209 25 28 .230 25 .229 25 .227 14 .227 15 .227 Fregosi NY Maxvill StL Kader Htn Singleton Mtl Mays NY 19 .224| T .Marllnez NY 13 .2201 Bailey Mtl 31 .219 28 .218 12 .217 19 .216 Melendez StL Hague Cin Colbert SD Foli Mt! Lum Atl 15 .21* i Crosby StL .215 Menke Cin 12 .213 30 .211 35 .208 . Phi Stahl SD King man SF Hundley Chi ,, - | .,cr:,.-nsen Mtl 36 .209 M.Perez Atl 18 .198 U-rcte NY ?' - f * J.Cruz StL 12 .181|Mslzgcr Htn iE.Hernandz SD Harrelson NY IP H B B S O W L E R A | H ^ e ' r » n S F 53 W 15 46 4 3 i~!?°5 c ? pc ! on Ci ^ 204 147 46 133 16 7 15S 125 37 103 13 4 Lindblad Tex Slayback Det G.Perry Cl(Palmer Bal Hunter Oak Kline NY Kaat Min Coleman Det P.Dob«on Bal McNally Bal Lolicti Oft Oflom Oak Hand TPX Fingers Oak Corbin Min Cuellar Bsl Wood Chi Drago KC Holtzmsn Oflk Timmerman Kekich NY Alexander Bal Stottlpmyrr- NY Hamilton Oak Burqmeier KC N.Ryan Cal Blylpvnn M'n Lonborg Mil Tlant Bos L.Allen Cal R.Woodwn Min Seelbach Det SDlittorfl KC Siebert Bos Blue Oak F.Peterson NY Wilcox CIP Wright Cal Tidrow Cle 113 97 36 69 7 9 3.40 55 54 76 51 263 26 64 199 17 48 25 60 18 43 39 80 34 S9 26 43 15 44 34 63 40 19 39 45 75 . . 21 62 209 16 48 210 21 48 242 24 55 309 37 70 15 40 50 69 16 51 31 53 316 21 166 10 195 19 378 51 235 20 305 229 249 179 335 249 169 186 270 172 168 324 268 179 314 233 243 67 35 41 78 48 42 62 20 44 251 22 48 175 111 t\ 114 12 4 2 00 119 97 22 23 9 4 2.12 .113 94 20 64 10 2 2.2? 163 111 66 134 11 8 226 1*4 1J6 36 106 12 8 2.35 N 0 1an"ci"n 143123 36 71 10 7 2.39 sul,on LA TM ] n w ' S ' J * ?' 3 ,?i M « r5ha » M " 50 39 11 45 5 3 2.'50 64 52 27 30 5 3 2.51 129 108 32 62 8 8 2.5 211 187 38 111 14 10 7 56 156 151 30 6? 7 10 2.59 166 152 30 86 12 8 2.60 Det 124 104 32 72 7 7 2.61 129120 56 62 9 8 2.64 '·E B.Robertson Psh 186 13 32 4 1.71 - --- -- -1.91 Boswell NY 37 .353 15 .35' 63 .342 31 .« 43 .327 » .323 32 .322 40 .32 31 .320 30 .315 22 .315 40 .310 1» .307 21 .304 54 .304 50 .303 25 .302 52 .299 34 .297 31 .294 30 .293 66 .272 62 .290 38 .289 72 .28r 28 .287 54 .284 46 .28. 41 .262 36 .281 14 .281 34 .27 24 .27 22 .276 54 .275 24 .275 22 .275 53 .275 27 .27. 29 .273 48 .272 17 .271 22 .271 13 .270 53 .249 37 .248 45 .248 22 .247 23 .264 18 .244 29 .258 10 .257 20 .253 15 .252 31 .252 39 .251 16 .250 44 .250 40 .250 20 .249 12 .248 35 .246 11 .247 28 .247 12 .248 35 .248 11 .247 28 .247 37 .244 17 .244 31 .244 24 .244 22 .243 13 .24 27 .241 16 .240 55 .239 25 .23; 15 .23: 4 .23; 35 .233 15 .233 23 .232 63 .231 18 .231 19 .230 14 .229 23 .22; 34 .22; 15 .223 58 .220 26 .219 29 .218 20 .212 17 .211 14 .210 21 .204 12 .204 18 .203 17 .192 20 .191 23 .172 13 .161 20 .249 Munich's Olympic Facilities Earn Praise By David Minthorn MUNICH, Germany (AP) -. Olympic sports facilities are earning universal praiss from competitors, spectators and newsmen at the final tests of Munich's Summer Games installations. Most complaints from the 1,600 athletes at the five day West German sports championships concern the hot, humid weather and cramped, noisy conditions in the Olympic Village. "Everybody has their win- idows open at night to keep cool," a girl swimmer repor "The noise filtlers inside and harder than ever to sleep." Athletes, some with their families, are being housed in the women's area of the Olympic Village, which will be off- limits to men when national teams start arriving for the XXth Olympiad early next month. The Games dates are Aug. 26 to Sept. 10. Running Hotel running a hotel now," r e p o r t e d Olympic Village ';esman, H e n n i n g Bath. · --ich of the noise results from the huge mixture of people. When the teams move in to their designated areas there will b much more order and quiet." jdetails, fed out women's pen-the Olympic Stadium tathlon scores based on scales' W 8 h praise. the test games are attempting to get the bugs out of the system, and a few have shown up. The much touted "Golym computer," programmed with Olympic facts and competitors out of date sine*; Jan. 1. Heile Rosendahl won that . J points. In a continuing tnixup, News icn in the 80,000 capacity Olympic Stadium are handed starting lists of track and field competitors after the event has been completed. The sports facilities, in contrast, are in outstanding condi- 60 44 16 25 5 5 157 145 48 75 10 11 69 66 21 33 6 3 2.73 2.69 2.69 1} £ 177 106 56 41 4 3 2.91 40 2 7 2.96 74 6 9 2.97 56 40 19 41 6 4 3.02 136 116 41 SI 9 5 3.03 126 126 38 86 8 5 3.13 68 59 25 53 2 5 3.15 140 158 30 60 9 11 3.16 113 105 52 71 6 1 1 3.26 131 121 38 54 10 5 3.29 Sanders Mil R.May Cal Lee Bos Bradley Chi DalCanton KC Pattin Bos Borman TPX Curtis Bos Hcdlund KC Panther Tex Broberg Tpx E.Fisher Cal Lockwood Mil Colbert Cle Rooker KC Bahnsen Chi Culp Bos Brett Mil Parsons Mil R.Clark Cal Gogolewski Tex 54 50 18 26 1 7 3.48 102 91 43 77 3 8 3.511 i8 40 18 28 6 3 3.511 158 144 42 132 10 9 3.531 73 71 18 48 5 4 3.56 127117 33 84 8 8 3.75 102 111 29 54 4 7 3.87 76 84 18 57 5 3 3.87 66 61 26 28 2 5 3.93 125 106 64 93 5 8 4^03 70 63 25 28 3 4 4.08 83 69 47 65 4 9 4.34 72 71 36 36 1 7 4.38 7? 78 24 44 5 6 4.38 Hands Ch tn i ct 11 A^ v i .A i .* nanui ^.ri' 140 156 41 92 11 10 4.41 105 104 53 52 5 8 4.AS 93 83 29 52 5 9 117 121 41 S3 8 7 4 . / 4 i , R;w Hln 98 87 50 52 4 9 4.761 jTM:, Atl 84 80 39 58 3 7 4.78!R PU5 ; Hln Forsch Htn T.Kellcy Atl Roberts Htn Morton MM Fryman Phi McDowell SF Champion Phi iMcGlothlin Cin iMcAnally Mtl iSantorini StL IGreil SD iSMn-3 Phi I Stone All ICsrrilher-, SF (Renko Mtl (Sullen Cin. J.Johnson SF Use Want Ads. Dial 348-484£ 180 12 29 4 Milner NY 185 25 46 I PITCHING 7 or mor« dtcisloni IP H SB SO W I. ERA Brewer LA 51 26 IB 36 6 3 1.06 144 124 27 76 13 2 1.81 156 101 32 107 12 S 1.90 56 47 26 43 7 2 1.91 37 27 6 2! 3 4 1.91 Giusti Pgh 46 37 15 31 4 4 1.93 McGraw NY 58 44 17 52 3 4 2.01 Ostcen LA 133119 42 51 10 7 2.29 Ma I lack NY 124 113 35 78 9 S 2.31 Grimsley Cin 100 97 30 43 6 3 2.41 Gibson StL 151 120 41 11011 5 2.49 Stone SF 96 78 33 67 4 7 2.51 Bryant SF 136 100 49 70 8 4 2.58 Carllon Phi 187 142 52 195 13 4 2.59 Splnks StL 118 96 59 93 5 5 2.67 Blass Pgh 138 127 38 68 10 4 2.73 John LA 107 106 24 61 8 4 2.78 Hoolon Chi 138 113 51 83 7 8 2.79 I'orrez Mtl 136 114 56 67 10 5 2.84 Jonkins Chi 186 154 37 118 12 8 2.85 Arlin SO 159 101 81 109 8 10 2.89 Downing LA 124 115 43 81 5 4 2.89 Kison Pgh 80 56 41 64 4 3 2.90 McAndrew NY 75 66 22 44 6 3 2.99 Seaver NY 143 127 46 123 12 4 3.02 Cleveland StL 144 128 37 98 11 5 3.05 Stoncman Mtl 151 129 63 104 8 8 3.09 Ellis Pgn 96 91 20 51 8 4 3.09 Brandon Phi 48 59 17 34 5 2 3.17 Kirby SD 161,139 73 122 610 3.18 Norman SD 105 98 44 75 5 6 3.24 Grile, Pgh 91 91 17 57 9 3 3.26 iViaricndi SF 116 no jt 52 4 10 3.28 NY 95 83 29 91 7 5 3.30 ·rker Htn 128 127 25 59 8 6 3.38 Wilson H|n 97 92 27 75 5 7 3.4 SD 73 76 27 51 3 4 3.42 115114 19 81 5 5 3.42 136 140 33 71 7 10 3.43 94 83 25 62 3 8 3.43 70 61 27 58 2 5 3.44 93 79 39 64 3 4 3.48 161 151 17 88 9 8 3.5 110124 21 45 6 6 3.5' 1251 11 53 88 5 6 3.5! 76 44 33 41 6 3 3.52 119 116 32 67 6 9 5.34 117 120 28 51 7 7 3.59 44 45 23 16 4 3 3.6! 147 152 34 73 10 9 3.6! 65 71 28 33 3 5 3.8. 62 53 24 33 9 3 3.81 59 64 20 37 8 4 3.94 11.1 94 50 106 6 8 3.98 120126 41 80 5 5 .... 86 90 36 42 5 6 4.17 123143 38 68 8 S 92 92 31 26 4 8 108 116 36 59 3 0 ... 128 115 65 94 8 7 4.57 99 109 37 41 4 10 4.44 76 93 24 42 4 5 4.86 85 85 36 41 1 11 4.87 64 73 22 30 4 7 4.90 90 102 32 69 511 5.06 75 63 55 44 1 8 5.W 57 71 21 29 3 8 5.18 57 61 29 27 2 6 5.62 51 58 50 26 1 6 5.96 54 69 20 28 3 5 5.96 45 47 28 32 6 5 6.00 Moose Pgh Reed Atl Singer LA Cor'kins SD Schueler Atl Pappas Chi Gentry NY Simpson Cin Billingham Cin Pizarro Chi Wise StL Summer and Winter Jobs for AGES Choose Your Own Hours .Morning*Evening 'Saturday Guarantees hourly wage against commission. 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