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August 10, 197 5 Hi/eti Major League Baseball Averages Boston's Dynamic Duo Lynn and Rice Could Be A.L. Co-Rookies of Year Mai«r tMflU* t»ttio9 Avtr»g»l ·y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ttmplttt Iferomb ftnm if FrMiy AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet Boston 3836 590 1054 102 555 .275 Minnesota 9991 541 1W2 W 504 .271 Kansas City 3789 506 997 90 «l .263 Chicago 3831 488 1001 64 449 .261 New Yofk 3781 485 981 77 456 .260 Texas 3964 516 1027 9? 492 .259 Cleveland 3727 465 93S 105 436 .252 Oakland 3776 523 950 106 489 .252 Detroit 3839 439 960 99 421 .250 Baltimore 3785 479 943 91 451 .249 California 3815 441 945 37 406 .248 Milwaukee 3727 469 921 104 435 .247 INDIVIDUAL BATTING DO or mtrt il bah AB R H HR RBI Pet 400 71 148 12 62 .370 369 71 123 18 82 .333 4t 60 132 8 58 .319 358 59 113 409 59 129 227 36 71 404 50 125 218 36 67 217 32 66 412 71 125 297 45 90 204 22 61 288 41 85 17 366 62 108 9 417 39 123 363 59 107 436 58 128 365 46 107 213 27 62 385 46112 337 45 98 403 66 117 348 53 101 322 28 93 320 38 92 441 61 126 445 50 126 325 31 Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh New York SanFraaciico Chicago - Houston Los Angeles Atlanta Montreal San Diego Carew Min Lynn Bos Washington Oak Hargrove Tex . Munson NY Hisle Min McRae KC E.Maddox NY Carty Cle Rice Bos Manning Cle Collins Cal Powell Cle R.White NY Dent Chi Harrah Tex G.Brett KC Orta Chi Terrell Min Chambliss NY Braun Min Singleton Bal Baylor Bal C.Rojas KC Oliva Min Randle Tex Rivers Cal T.Davis Bal Ystrtemski P.Kelly Chi Spencer Tex Mayberry KC G.Scott Mil Chalk Cal Soderholm Min Morton Det Bostock Min C.May Chi Rudl Oak Grich Bal G.Neltles NY Bumbry Bal Stanton Cal Remy 420 62113 8 8 11 4 1 11 18 2 2 92 Bos 3W 71 112 12 Cal 348 56 98 296 35 80 9 379 67 106 25 433 55 121 23 358 39 100 2 370 53 108 7 439 48 121 20 225 31 62 0 396 50 1W 8 426 59 116 18 364 58 99 10 405 51 110 15 269 36 73 2 293 47 79 10 43 .316 70 .315 46 .313 56 .309 23 .307 42 .304 78 .303 ' 22 .303 19 .296 57 .295 43 .295 40 .295 69 .295 58 .294 52 .293 28 .291 53.291 32 .291 37 .290 51 .290 31 .289 46 .288 48 .286 38 .283 46 .283 48 .282 33 .282 38 .280 76 .280 70 v .279 43 .279 51 .277 74 .276 19 .276 50 .275 68 .272 39 .272 67 .272 24 .271 52 .270 Oak Briggs Min Younl Mil Grieve Tex . Bochte Cal L.May Bal Thompson Min Carbo Bos Henderson Chi R.Jackson Oak Burleson Bos L.Roberts Det Hendrlck Cle D.Ford Min Bonds NY Meyer Det G'riflin Bos Gamble Cle Wohltord KC Otis KC Campaneris Tovar Tex Howell Tex North Oak Freehan Det DeJohnson Chi Petrocell! Bos Money Mil Tenace Oak Sutherland Det Downing Chi Sharp Mil B.Williams B.Bell Cle Harper Cal Patek KC Lezcano Mil Evans Bos M. Nettles Cal A.Rodriguez Det Lowensteln Cle Aaron Mil Garner Oak Porter Mil Burroughs Tex -· J.Ellis Cle Darwin Mil Veryzer Det Pinson- KC P.Garcia Mil Melton Chi Spikes Cle Duffy Cle 1 ·'..Nymah- Chi ... Borgmann Min · -Alomar, NY , . Sundberg Tex -" Killebrew KC . -Belanger Bal B.Robinson Bal Duncan Bal " Bando Oak . Blair Bal ' . Oak 33 .269'LeFlore 413 56 111 239 45 64 382 45 102 210 26 56 229 24 61 417 55 111 264 20 70 283 59 75 385 51 102 416 67 110 28 420 56 111 5 337 47 89 10 407 58 107 16 305 50 30 13 367 61 96 22 295 40 77 6 230 21 60 234 40 61 259 37 67 298 57 77 407 56 105 377 45 ,97 235 32 60 349 50 89 306 33 78 389 53 99 289 24 73 -318 44 80 334 50 84 376 41 94 305 43 76 249 22. 62 372 47 92 381 44 94 277 39 68 302 40 74 360 48 88 262 43 64 264 45 64 360 33 87 203 28 48 356 36 83 333 31 76 269 40 61 1 8 0 7 4 3 9, 0 11 15 4 12 17 5 6 0 16 9 3 4 8 9 0 10 7 10 5 12 424 60 96 20 261 19 59 6 Det 8 29 .269 33 .268 36 .267 33 .267 30 .266 79 .266 27 .265 47 .265 44 .265 75 .264 45 .264 34 .264 59 .263 43 .262 57 .262 32 .261 25 .261 27 .261 20 .259 30 .258 36 .258 27 .257 36 .255 25 .255 33 .255 58 .254 43 .253 32 .252 59 .251 , 33 .250 32 .249 21 .249 57 .247 40 .247 31 .245 39 .245 35 .244 33 .244 23 .242 46 .242 24 .236 47 .233 40 .228 39 .227 64 .226 31 .226 33 .226 31 .226 19 .224 30 .224 50 .219 26 .218 .30. .2.17.. 23 .216 28.215 20 .215 31.210 37 .207 20 .20740 .206 32 .203 3 10 7 . , 1 0 . 2 0 6 11 1 5 8 8 42 .199 17. .197 Bal Goss'age Chi Palmer Bal Eckersley Cle ·- 'Figueroa Cal Busby KC /Hunter NY * Tanana Cal Blue Oak . M.Torrez Bal Kaat Chi Tidrow NY Blyleven Min · R May NY ' Burgmeier . Min Fingers Oak Holtzman Oak Hargan Tex Splittorff KC Bosnian Oak MLOIiCh Det G Perry Tex Ryan Cal Medich NY DAIexander' Pattin KC · Hands Tex Moret Bos Leonard KC Bird KC Grimsley Bal Colborn Mil Fitzmorris KC Ruhle Det ' Jefferson Chi Cuellar Bal Jenkins Tex · Wood Chi Slalon Mil J Hughes Win LaGrow 'Del Goltz Min . Wise Bos Travers Mil Albury Min 1 Tiant Bos - Bare Det Briles KC . Campbell Min ' Bibby Cle Osteen Chi 288 37 65 11 266 22 60 2 250 33 56 4 228 29 51 361 48 79 266 30 58 332 30 72. 232 23; 50 -297 30 64 289 32 62 343 '35 72 246 18 51 305 23 63 355 36 73 231 21 47 386 40 77 . .. 290 32 57 ...2 PITCHING 9 or mori dtclsions · IP HBB SOW LERA 97 72 53 95 5 6 2.04 206162 5812916 7 2.31 119 88 58100 9 3 2.33 150124 58 89 9 8 2.51 208 183 64 130 15 8 2.68 224174 651041510 2.73 152135 48 165 9 6 2.78 206175 6 5 1 4 5 1 5 8 2.88 188 169 94 84 14 6 3.06 207203 5310216 9 3.08 66 62 31 37 6 3 3.11 179144 6615010 6 3.11 141 120 6910311 6 3.12 56 55 17 27 5 6 3.21 91 68 22 80 7 5 3.24 195 169 86 92 14 9 3.32 147149 44.69 8 6 3.37 91 86 37 52 5 6 3.45 101 96 21 33 7 3 3.46 170180 50 971011 3.48 214204 571501115 3.53 1841421241691212 3.56 185180 54 971012 3.59 92 93 34 30 5 7 3.59 132 132 34 63 8 7 3.60 107112 28 67 6 6 3.68 82 71 43 49 8 1 3.70 133135 60 89 8 5 3.70 64 64 25 48 7 4 3.76 158168 40 76 811 3.80 '135133 43 48 7 9 3.85 167168 47 5311 9 3.87 138146 46 « 9 8 3.89 55 45 51 34 3 6 3.90 186164 63 7710 8 3.91 195188 381111312 3.91 209 226 63 98 12 14 3.92 173)81 65 99 11 11 4.00 166 157 92 83 10 9 4.01 132143 50 59 711 4.07 164161 53 82 810 4.15 185 190 52 108 15 6 4,17 79 79 34 36 4 7 4.20 128102 95 70 6 7 4.22 196208 521071311 4.26 94107 32 43 6 6 4.28 88 94 16 57 5 5 4.36 98106 37 60 3 6 4.48 127128 57 67 4 1 1 4.51 142169 69 47 610 4.54 CHESS NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H H R R B I P c t 3873 516 1013 89 4M .272 3812 455 1031 58 434 .270 3904 577 1052 96 53» .269 3886 484 1024 102 457 .264 3836 452 1001 65 421 .261 3817 460 988 58 422 .259 3898 476 997 66 433 .256 3952 474 1007 50 431 .255 3812 453 943 85 423 .247 3838 410 936 80 376 .244 3692 398 900 67 367 .244 3802 384 918 48 354 .241 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 2M tr nwt it bits AB R H HR RBI Pet 249 33 89 2 34 .357 389 54 136 6 392 56 134 13 249 38 84 5 399 55 132 351 41115 377 56 123 338 57 110 474 63 154 474 74 153 224 17 72 359 74 115 378 50 121 359 57 114 208 39 65 484 84 ISO 201 27 62 389 55 120 27 62 Cin SF Kranepool NY Madlock Chi T.Simmons StL Johnstone Phi Watson Htn Sanguillen Pgh D.Parker Pgh Brock StL Garvey LA Rose Cin Biittner Mtl Morgan Cin Bowa Phi Joshua SF W.Howard Htn Cash Phi W.Davis StL Gross Htn DaRader SF Luzlmki Phi Murcer SF Griffey On Bench Cin Stargell Pgh Mill an NY Montanez SF Cardenal Chi H.Torres SD Unser NY Grubb SD K. Smith StL G.Foster Cin Parrlsh Mtl Grote NY Office Atl M.Perez Atl Maddox Phi Speier SF A.Oliver Pgh D.Thomas SF Carter Mtl JeMorales Chi McBrlde StL Zisk Pgh Staub NY Monday Chi Ontiveros SF Geronimo Matthews Garr Atl Cey LA Fuentes SD Torre NY Reitz StL Melendez StL Thornton Chi E.Williams Atl W.Crawford LA Cabell Htn Hebner Pgh Phillips NY Winfleld SD · Cedeno Htn Ivie SD J.Cruz Hln Stennett Pgh Concepcion Cin Mackanin Mtl T.Perez Cin Wynn LA Lopes LA Schmidt Phi P.Mangual Mtl Boone Phi Siiemore StL Yeager LA Blanks Atl Klngman NY M.May Htn Jorgensen Mtl Tolan SD B.Miller SF Buckner LA R.Metzger Htn Evans Atl Trillo Chi Baker Atl DoRader Htn Foli Mtl McCovey SD Lum Atl Kessinger Chi LaCock Chi Thomasson SF R.Allen Phi E.Hernandz SD Correll A1I Ferguson LA Taveras Pgh Foote Mtl - -Kendall SD 201 15 6 19 2 13 5 2 15 2 5 0 4 4 0 3 419 65 129 28 389 65 118 318 68 96 412 62 123 22 356 51 106 20 465 63 138 423 46 125 414 60 121 209 21 61 384 47 1 12 398 58 116 320 48 93 324 45 93 18 340 32 97 7 270 21 77 2 218 17 62 2 387 43 1 10 0 265 31 75 3 396 48 111 9 446 60 125 13 354 65 99 4 358 38 100 14 425 42 118 9 250 37 69 2 352 43 97 12 382 64 105 12 379 67 104 14 235 12 64 1 347 44 94 256 37 69 475 51 127 416 44 111 425 41 1 13 286 27 76 416 29 110 246 26 65 231 35 61 273 30 72 255 30 67 257 30 67 340 49 88 290 24 75 1 360 50 93 11 88 341 60 326 30 84 233 30 60 448 54 115 403 50 103 274 38 70 357 52 91 339 69 86 17 425 76 107 7 387 63 97 24 416 67 104 9 252 25 63 1 401 45 100 2 281 22 70 386 41 96 338 45 84 24 294 24 73 3 320 39 79 11 380 41 93 206 15 50 248 27 60 364 46 88 418 63 101 398 38 96 337 46 81 361 32 86 395 42 94 262 27 62 278 23 65 443 53 103 215 26 48 220 29 49 274 34 61 290 30 63 243 28 52 202 15 42 272 28 55 290 19 54 55 .350 73.342 39 .337 78 .331 40 .328 64 .326 30 .325 67 .325 53 .323 20 .321 68 .320 27 .320 27 .318 12 .313 37 .310 32 .308 32 .308 23 .308 92 .308 69 .303 37 .302 89 .299 66 .298 41 .297 72 .296 39 .292 18 .292 35 .292 28 .291 56 .291 54 .287 38 .285 26 .285 23 .284 27 .284 32 .283 62 .280 59 .280 32 .280 52 .279 66 .276 20 .276 44 .276 74 .275 46 .274 19 .272 36 .271 31 .270 26 .267 70 .267 32 .266 27 .266 43 .264 22 .264 29 .264 43 .264 30 .263 35 .261 42 .259 23 .259 59 .258 32 .258 40 .258 33 .258 46 .257 40 .256 25 .255 69 .255 50 .254 28 .252 66 .251 41 .250 17 .250 41 .249 27 .249 34 .249 62 .249 39 .248 49 .247 31 .245 21 .243 24 .242 23 .242 51 .242 50 .241 44 .240 36 .238 23 .238 38 .237 22 .234 31 .233 20 .223 21 .223 35 .223 14 .217 29 .214 23 .208 15 .202 21 .193 BOSTON (AP) - Fred Lynn and Jim Rice grew up 3,000 miles apart, were schoolboy sports heroes and took different routes to the American League. Now they are rookie sensations with the Boston Red Sox. Both are outfielders with exceptional hitting ability. But Lynn is white, a product of the University of Southern California and left-handed. Rice is black, bypassed college for the big leagues and is a big righthanded slugger. However, they have much in common, with super status predicted for both by most baseball observers. It has been 25 years since rookie teammates drove in 100 runs apiece--Al Rosen and Luke Easter did it for the Cleveland Indians. Lynn and Rice appear sure bets to do it with the Red Sox. "You can't say enough about those two young men." Boston Manager Darrell Johnson said. "They're alike in so many ways. Both are exceptional baseball players, at bat and in the field. Both are quiet but highly competitive. They are very mature with even temperaments." Lynn and Rice met for the first time in 1973. After helping USC to three NCAA championships, Lynn signed with the Red Sox and joined Bristol of the Eastern League, where Rice already was mauling pitchers in his third year in pro ball. Mutual Admiration Society They became friends. The mutual admiration society continued last year at Pawtucket in the International League. They helped each other and earned All-Star berths. Rice won the league's most valuable player award, batting .337 with 25 home runs and 93 RBI before being promoted to Boston in August. Lynn remained at Pawtucket until (he end'of the IL season, batting .282 with 21 home runs and 68 RBI. He hit even better in a few games with Boston last September. Now the Dynamic Duo is running neck and neck for AL rookie of the year honors. The league never has had co-rookie awards, but it could happen this year. "Everyone asks me whether Fred or I ' should win the award," Rice says with a grin. "I honestly don't know. Fred may be a better 'fielder because of his arm, but 1 think I'm a better hitter. It really doesn't matter as long as we do our best and help the club win. Winning is the big thing." "I really don't think about it," Lynn says about the rookie award. "You just want to do your best. If Jimmy and I have big vears. the club is going to benefit. I'm just'very happy to be here and contributing." Lynn Quit Football Lynn, who turned 23 last Feb. 3. starred in baseball, football and basketball at Elmonte High School in California. Drafted by the New York Yankees, he rejected a $38.000 bonus and accepted a USC schol- the Red Sox when he became a No. 1 draft pick at the age of 17 in June. 1971. "So far. that has been my greatest thrill, being drafted first." Rice said. "It was a tremendous thrill. However, I'm hoping for many more thrills, such as playing in the World Series." At 6 feet 2 and 200 pounds. Rice has amazing power. Like Lynn, he is confident but not cocky. "I know I can hit a baseball anywhere." Rice said matter of factly. "In fact. I've never had to work really hard at baseball. Hitting has always come easy. Of course, you have to keep learning. But probably the most work for me has been this year, fielding 70 to 100 fly balls in the outfield before games." Yaz is Booster Carl Yastrzemski, playing his 15th year with the Red Sox. is one of the Dynamic Duo's biggest boosters. "You can't say enough about them." Yaz said. "Freddy is an exceptional ballplayer, mature and knowing what he's doing all the time. Jimmy is going to be great. He's one heck of a hitter." -APWirephoto Boston Red Sox Rookie Sensations Fred Lynn (Left) and Jim Rice Eye 100 RBIs arship for football. After his freshman year, he quit football to concentrate on baseball. In the draft in June, 1973, the Red Sox made infielder Ted Cox their No. 1 selection then picked Lynn in the second round. Cox still is a "future prospect." hitting .330 for Winston-Salem in the Class A Carolina League. Lynn signed after graduation for a reported $40.000 bonus. Now a glance at the American League leaders shows what he's doing in just his second full year in pro baseball. "I enjoyed football and basketball, but my first love has always been baseball, since my father started playing catch with me when I was four years old." Lynn said. "Everything is a dream come true." Legend in Anderson Rife, only 22. is something of a legend in Anderson. S.C. In the eighth grade, ho hit a line drive 390 feet, playing on the high school team, lie starred in track and basketball, too. but it was baseball all the way for him. "I didn't have to teach him anything, he always could hit a baseball." Rice's first coach. John W. Moore, said. "He was gifted with ability and amazing coordination. From the time he started, he did nothing but get better." 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P.Niekro Atl McGraw' Phi Barr SF Brett Pgh Rogers Mtl R.Forsch StL Fryman Mtl C.Carroll Cin House Atl Montefusco SF Rooker Pgh Marshall LA Nolan Cin ' Blair Mil K.Forsch Htn Morton Atl Matlack NY Borbon Cin S.Stone Chi Garber Phi Mclntosh SD Darcy Cin Underwood Phi Rau LA R.ReuSChel Chi Warthen Mil Kison Pgh Carlton Phi Christenson Phi Reed StL Koosma'n NY Curtis StL Billingham Cin Ellis Pgh Norman Cin DeMola Mtl Lonborg Phi McGlothen StL Falcone SF Freisleben SD Hooton LA Denny StL Halicki SF 'Murray Mtl DaRoberts Htn' Dierker Htn Capra Atl Spillner SD Burris Chi Kirby Cin Bonham Chi Tale NY PITCHING 9 or mart dtclitons IP HBB SOW LERA 60 41 19 48 9 3 1.65 194153-29 6315 6 1.85 112 88 31 72 9 3 2.09 204 152 59 161 15 7 2.12 239183 641651311 2.18 162 149 58 90 12 7 2.32 207164 4214815 9 2.43 69 58 17. 39 5 4 2.61 195194 4910911 9 2.68 66 44 24 29 7 4 2.71 160151 40 57 9 9 2.74 90 78 35 37' 7 4 2.78 167153 54 81 8 8 2.84 168 153 51 81 11 8 2.88 120105 47 82 8 6 2.92 70 68 27 33 6 5 2.93 60 53 28 25 5 4 2.98 151134 5912310 5 3.03 139134 56 72 8 7 3.09 86 81 28 50 711 3.12 147139 21 58 9 6 3.18 133113 82 71 7 1 2 3.25 105110 29 53 4 8 3.26 198 199 59 59 13 12 3.27 162163 4711213 8 3.28 87107 18 22 7 4 3.29 139 124 52 86 9 5 3.30 78 68 21 46 9 6 3.32 138 143" 42 51 810 3.33 83 87 38 31 8 5 3.35 162151 58 8711 8 3.38 186164 44 108 9 9 3.38 174 171 47 125 8 12 3.41 83 67 43 66 5 4 3.47 145121 64 73 9 8 3.53 173 147 73 116 10 8 3.54 101 85 26 58 6 3 3.55 171 195 34 94 10 9 3.62 166 172 73 114 10 9 3.62 121 126 48 53 8 8 3.70 152 149 51 52 12 5 3.72 120133 33 60 7 7 3.73 118 104 65 79 6 3 3.74 71 60 28 47 4 5 3.80 156150 43 71 8 6 3.81 161159 6810511 8 3.86 134117 71 86 8 7.3.88 140 148 64 59 5 11 3.92 137128 43 75 8 9 3.94 88 100 30 44 6 3 3.97 105100 41 91 5 9 4.02 62 77 21 21 5 6 4.02 158 13B 60 86 7 12 4.22 165166 68 97 912 4.25 78 77 28 35 4 7 4.25 126 145 36 74 4 10 4.26 166183 54 80 9 9 4.33 82 83 38 37 8 4 4.48 157166 7511510 8 4.51 109 99 64 76 4 10 4.54 LOOK TO A FINE NEW CAR DEALER FORA FINE NEW TRUCK. Vnce Patenw's Part Pontiac 76th U.S. Open Tournament Begins Today in Nebraska By Edward M. Foy The 76th annual U.S. Open Chess Tournament begins today in Lincoln, Neb., and will continue through Aug. 22. This year there is a guaranteed prize fund of $10,000 -- "the biggest prize fund ever". The tournament is co-sponsored by the Lincoln Chess Foundation and is dedicated to the memory of Alexander Liepnieks. This long series of open tournaments was strated in 1900, when the Western Chess Ass'n. held the first one in Excelsior, Minn, and it was won by L. Uede- mann, who repeated in 1902. Excelsior had this event 10 times; the last in 1915, was won by former U.S. champion J. W. Showalter. Edward Lasker won 5 of the next 6 and with these 2 players (Showalter and Lasker; we started finding names recognizable to players of today. So are the names Samuel Reshevsky (1931) and Reuben Fine (1932-33). Starting with the 1934 tournament in Chicago, won jointly by Fine and Reshev- sky, the annual tournament was conducted by the American Chess Federation (the old "Western" expanded to a national organization). After holding four more, the A.C.F. merged with the moribund mori- bound U.S. Chess Ass'n. to form our prevent United Stater Chess Federation, which is also the official FIDE American chess governing body. The 1939 event was the first of the USCF -- sponsored tournaments; it was held in New York City and won by Reuben Fine -- he won the next two years, also. The list of winners in this 75-year-old annual event is a "Who's Who In Amn. Chess." Showalter, Ed Lasker, Whitaker, Reshevsky, Fine, Morowitz, Kashdan, Adams, Evans, Lombardy, R. Byrne -not to forget a young boy of 14, the 1957 winner, Robert J. Fischer. * * * WE STILL have chess in Charleston. Next weekend, is the annual Kanawha Valley Open at George Washington High School. The Charleston Chess Club has no regular scheduled programs at present but members meet on Tuesday evenings at St. John's Parish House on Quarrier St. Visitors are welcome. The Elk River Chess Club is doing better than that: it is holding a club championship tournament. Recent results: Round 7, Jim Fields 1. Les Pulillion 0 Tom Robertson 1, Allen Dye 0 (Forfeit). And, in previously postponed matches. Bill Davis, Tim Davis, and Jim Fields all won their gamevfrom Curtis Drudter. Look to him for his new line of GMC light-duty trucks. The hard-working pickups. The four-wheel drive Jimmy. The luxurious work or play Sprint. The high capacity van, Vandura. And the spacious Rally wagon. Look to him for service. For the same excellent service technicians and equipment that he provides for the new cars he sells. Look to him for experience. Experience in pleasing customers like you. The experience that has earned him the reputation of being a good man to deal with. 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