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June 23,1974 BENCH Reds 9 Catcher Regains Hitting Eye As 1,000th League Game Approaches . CINCINNATI (AP) - They tried to bun- the bat of this part-Indian and part-legend. "This is the Bench of old," said Cincinnati Reds Manager "George "Sparky" Anderson. Johnny Bench is back. " The sledge hammer swing that struck fear i n t o the hearts of National League pitchers rings anew. "A lot of people thought he was finished after that operation of 1972." said Anderson. "Those people don't know this boy." Hiding the crest of his hottest career hitting streak. Bench reaches another milestone this week when he plays in the 1.000th major league game of his glossy career. The 26-year-old Glamor boy of baseball is in his 10th professional season. It seems more like 100 years since he left the dusty plains of Okla- h o m a to become another Mickey Mantle. "He was my idol and the Yankees were my team," said Bench, reflecting on his whirlwind career. "Baseball was all 1 wanted to do as I grew up. My teachers didn't start be- l i e v i n g me u n t i l my l l t h grade, said Bench, an honor student. "; It'was the summer of 1965 when the Reds p l u c k e d Bench's name from a list of a thousand school boys in the first major league draft. · 36th Choice He was the 36th player selected. And the No. 2 choice of the Reds. "The Chicago Cubs' scout told me I was going to be their No. 1 choice, but they went for someone else," recalled Bench. - A pitcher-catcher on his liometown team of tiny Binge O k l a . , Bench carried the squad to a state championship .with a .400-plus batting average. ·" - The credentials were there, but the major league teams that passed him by feared the Competition wac not. "The St. Louis Cardinals figured I'd get through the en- Teenagers Previewing '76 Olympics tire major league draft before they'd have to use a pick on me," said Bench. Hailed as the nation's top talent, and quickly snapped up by the talent-poor Kansas City Athletics, was Arizona State sensation Rick Monday. Three catchers were taken in the firs't round."Of them, only Ray Fosse, now of Oak- ·Upd. is still around...' Cincinnati tabbed infielder Bernie Carbo, then gambled on Bench. The rest is history. The brash youngster brought rave reviews during a two-year seasoning stint in the minor leagues and found himself in the majors at age 19. Sometimes scolding pitchers 10 years older than him, his precocious ways landed him in the doghouse--temporarily. "Manager Dave Bristol rode me pretty good. At the time I resented it, but 1 appreciate it now." said Bench, whose takecharge ways helped jell the Reds into pennant contenders. Almost overnight, he became the toast of baseball, triggered by a massive deluge of national publicity, heralding this boy wonder as the game's greatest catcher of all time. Flashing signs of his future strength, he slammed 15 homers and 40 doubles to run away with rookie of the year honors in 1968. But while the boy in a man's world was proving himself afield, growing pains were being stifled. The force-fed m a t u r i t y was somestime painful. Fans Boo Early cheers turned to boos when the young catcher's brilliant figures dipped in 1971. Resenting the fickleness of the fans, he countered that he would withhold tipping his hat after future home runs. But he relented and promised more self-control. The second of the two Most Valuable Player awards came after the 1972 season. But a World Series failure and an endangered career tarnished the glitter of gold. Major chest surgery was needed to probe a chilling spot detected on his lung. The baseball world heaved a sigh of relief when the lesion proved benign. The 1973 season was a bittersweet mixture. Bench retained some of his noted power to hit 25 homers, but nagging doubts persisted. Had the operation robbed him of never-to-be-recovered powers? Had his sprawling empire of corporate interests dulled his desires? The answer has come in the past month. With an awesome siege of base hits, Bench propelled an anemic .190 batting average to the magic .300 plateau. "I think John will be the league's MVP this year," said Anderson, Bench's biggest booster. As he journeys into the second half of his career, he finds himself squarely facing the future. "I don't want to play baseball forever. I've said I plan to leave the game sometime between 32 and 35. That's a long time considering the wear and tear of catching. "There are a lot of things I missed growing up. For one thing, I can't get enough of golf. And I'm looking forward to settling down. "But until then, 1 hope there are a couple more World Series. And 1 want to get in the Hall of Fame," he said. JOHNNY BENCH SORTS CONSIDERABLE FAN MAIL « Reds Glamor Boy Nears 1,000th Career Game AP Wirepholo International Averages (Statistics include June 16 except Syracuse at Richmond June 1, and Tidewater at Rochester June 13.) Team AB ftochester 1673 Memphis 1680 Charleston 1687 Toledo 1842 Richmond 1568 Syracuse 1695 Pawluckel 1665 Tidewater 1690 R 245 250 219 221 220 225 183 165 OR 191 174 210 233 216 413 258 233 H 427 426 419 448 377 407 392 382 TB 601 625 639 646 556 585 588 550 2b 66 71 71 82 49 58 70 63 MR Pet. 32 .255 36 .254 39 .741 30 .243 38 .240 36 :240 38 .235 23 .226 TEAM FIELDING Team PO A E DP P8 Charleston 1322 512 46 51 13 Tidewater 1368 610 58 57 5 Richmond 1291 523 55 41 7 Rochester 1336 534 57 54 4 Team PO A E DP PB Toledo 1496 634 69 49 10 Memphis 1334 545 69 47 8 Syracuse 1380 535 72 47 6 Pawtucket : 1303 5 4 7 7 5 0 2 SC 10 23 18 17 SC 20 11 21 22 Pet. .9/6 .972 .971 .970 Pet. .969 .965 .964 .961 TEAM PITCHING H R ER BB 174 191 233 136 157 172 SO 203 354 206 316 225 2W Team ................ Memphis ...................... 384 Rochester .................... 357 Tidewater .................... 465 Syracuse ...................... 424 213 177 197 348 Toledo .......................... 428 233 200 227 362 Charleston ................... 312 210 114 215 275 Richmond .................... 396 216 ISO 246 298 Pawtucket .................... 442 258 212 262 329 INDIVIDUAL BATTING W-L ERA 35-19 2.75 31-20 3.17 18-36 3.39 31-23 3.46 26-33 3.61 27-26 3.75 30-21 3.76 16-36 4:39 Hernandez, Char 131 13 27 4 1 Navarrette, Mem.... 122 19 25 1 2 Frazier, Syr 169 15 34 6 0 Didier, Pawt 50 5 10 2 0 Uyttle, Tidw 4 5 5 9 2 2 Hutto, Roch 166 18 33 7 0 Blackwell, Pawt 116 9 23 5 0 Bailor, Roch 106 16 21 4 0 Torrealba. Rich ..31 2/3 31 13 9 12 Timmerman, T o l 3 3 1 1 1 Kirkpatrick, Roch 40 43 23 17 12 McKtc, Char SI 2/3 51 30 25 25 Kirby, Tid 212/3 29 16 1 4 18 Cheadle, Rich 39 34 38 38 42 Kwg*l. Char 11 12 U 3 l Saferight, Tol 95 6 18 2 0 Bladt, Syr 169 22 31 2 3 Ostrosser, Tidw 168 19 31 7 4 Breazeale, Rich 136 10 25 1 0 Torchia, Pawt 38 2 7 1 0 Macha, Char 19 i 12 3 0 Coletta, T o l 4 2 7 7 0 0 White, M e m 3 6 8 6 0 1 Hovley, Roch 84 10 13 0 0 R. Clark. Tol 104 10 16 5 0 Joyce, Pawt 113 7 17 1 2 Zeber, Syr 102 17 15 0 0 Bushman, Char 7 0 i 1 0 1 0 McDonald, Tidw 31 2 4 i 0 Nolan, Tidw 4 5 1 5 0 0 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING ;; A U S T I N , Tex. ( A P ) -American and Russian teen- "agers will compete here next ·weekend in a track meet tout- 'ed as a preview of the 1976 "Olympics. '· It will be the first international track meet ever held in 'Texas. ;·' Eighty-five men and women competitors from each coun- ! try; all 19 or younger, will participate in the junior amateur '.meet The American team was ichoseh last weekend on the ; basis of performances at the Amateur Athletic Union's national junior track and field meet at Gainesyille, Fla. ; "They are the names you'll !be hearing in v the next Olym- ·pic games," says Texas Lon- 'ghorn track coach Cleburne Price, host for the meet. i; There will be 16 finals Fri;day evening and 16 Saturday evening, with two from each 1 country entered in each event. There will be no preliminaries. · Competition starts each Evening at 6 p.m. to avoid the Texas heat, which recently has; been in the mid-90s. The meet will be taped by CBS and shown later. Two « i l .e U.S. junior winners, Terry Albritton of Long Beach, Calif., and James Barrineau, a University of Georgia freshman, are skipping the meet. Barrineau hurt his knee while setting a junior AAU record of 7 feet, 2 inches in the high jump. Albritton won the shot put with a toss of 63-4, and the second and third-place .finishers were at least two feet short of his throw. Tom Byers of Ohio University has decided to concentrate on the i.500-meter run. passing up the 800, which he also won. This gives third-place finisher Stephen Gomez of the U n i v e r s i t y of Florida a chance to run in the 800 meters. Busby to Get ; Treatment I OAKLAND ( A P ) - S t e v e ? Busby, who pitched a no-hitter for the Kansas City Royals in I his last start on Wednesday. : was returned to Kansas City · Saturday for treatment of a- ·'. sore wnst. The Royals requested an examination of Busby by an Oakland A's doctor Friday light. He dfenosed the ailment as tend : Jps in the right wrist. Bailer Ab R H 2b 3b HR RBI Dillard, Pawl 17 2 8 1 0 0 1 Mortno, Char 2 1 8 8 0 0 0 1 Nordbrook, Roc Ill 12 42 5 1 9 15 Rice, P a w 1 9 2 2 7 71 1 2 0 9 4 4 HOW*, Char 128 It 46 14 3 5 25 Nordhagen, Rich 128 16 43 5 2 5 32 Velez, Syr 161 37 54 1? 0 9 24 Monzon, Mem 57 15 19 0 1 0 3 Quinn, S y r 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 Lynn, Pawt 135 21 44 5 2 7 24 Bannister, T o l 2 0 3 3 5 6 5 1 0 5 3 2 3 Andrews, Roch 206 28 66 4 I 0 24 Stillman, Roch 123 21 39 12 0 3 20 Parker, Syr 177 27 56 8 1 5 . 27 Biitner, Mem 143 27 45 8 0 3 27 Prince, S y r 2 9 3 9 1 0 0 5 Flowtri, Char 201 30 61 6 J 4 14 .Boisclair, Tid...: 136 13 41 5 3 3 22 Gosger, Tidw 151 23 45 6 5 3 14 Campanis, Ch»r...... 141 20 42 5 3 5 25 Johnstone, T o l ..138 2 9 41 1 3 1 6 1 8 Goggin, Pawt 180 28 32 4 0 7 16 C. Howard, Char 140 24 41 a 0 2 19 Carter, Mem 170 20 49 6 3 5 . 2 9 Bennett, Syr 70 7 20 4 1 1 8 Mangual, Mem 172 38 49 10 0 7 28 Scanlon, Mem 107 17 30 7 2 5 22 Watts, Roc 107 16 30 7 1 0 19 Motton, Roch 126 33 35 5 0 7 30 0. Brown, Rich 142 19 39 5 0 . 2 14 Garcia, Tol 96 12 26 . 8 . . 0 1 ' 3 Matehick, Char 96 9 26 2 0 0 10 Kazmarek, Tid 59 10 16 2 1 3 10 Mashore, Mem 148 31 40 6 0 8 27 Staiger, Tidw 160 11 43 11 0 1 17 L. Howard, Rich 93 13 25 3 0 5 18 Cummings, Pawt ....104 11 28 7 0 0 2 Stearns, Syr 90 12 24 5 0 2 13 Silicato, Tol 173 22 46 6 1 2 17 Ayala, Tidw 1 3 2 2 0 3 5 1 0 0 4 1 2 Galliher, Roch 98 12 26 5 1 2 20 Jackson, Rich 125 20 33 2 0 0 8 Hallums, Tidw .'176 12 46 6 1 0 14 Santana, Tol 69 5 18 2 0 1 6 Martin, Tol 204 15 53 9 1 2 19 Crosswell, Tidw 62 9 16 0 0 . 1 4 Morales, Mem 156 13 40 10 0 3 Down, M e m 5 1 8 1 3 3 0 1 DeCinces, Roch 142 24 36 . 3 1 5 Gallagher, Rich 7 1 8 1 8 0 0 2 Gilbreath, Rich 1 6 7 2 6 4 2 7 2 2 Puig, Tidw 2 4 1 6 1 0 0 Kelly, M e m 1 0 9 1 9 2 7 3 0 1 Beall, Rich 1 6 2 4 0 4 0 3 0 2 Blanks, Rich 1 7 0 2 3 4 2 10 3 4 C. Brown, Mem 150 18 37 9 1 3 lorg, Tol 207 25 51 8 2 5 Foreman, Rich 1 4 2 2 0 3 5 7 1 5 · Coleman, Pawt 103 21 25 5 0 3 Kenney, Syr 137 18 33 3 0 . 0 Wissell. Tol.: 1 6 7 1 5 4 0 8 1 4 LaRussa, Char 185' 2 3 4 4 I 1 4 Shopay, Roch 1 0 6 1 4 2 5 5 0 3 Mickey, Roch 4 8 7 1 1 1 0 1 Fiore, Roch 136 21 31 8 0 6 Hampton, Tidw 141 15 32 4 2 4 Fuller, Rich 1 0 6 1 0 2 4 5 0 3 Klobas, T o l 7 3 9 1 6 4 0 0 Erickson, Pawt 1 3 1 1 0 2 8 9 0 2 Whitfield, S y r 1 9 3 3 0 4 1 6 1 8 Koritko, Pawt 85 9 18. 2 1 2 Augustine, Char 1 1 5 1 4 2 4 6 0 4 24 11 20 5 11 2 9 19 16 15 30 28 12 6 24 15 9 5 21 18 14 8 8 27 4 14 Pet. .471 .311 .378 .370 .359 .336 .335 .333 .333. .326 .320. .320 .317 .316 .315 .310 .303 .301 ' .298 .298 .297 .296 .293 .288 .286 .285 .280 .280 .278 .275 .271 .271 .271 .270 .269 .269 .269 .267 .266 .265 .265 .264 .261 .261 .260 .258 .256 .255 .254 .254 .251 .250 248 247 247 .247 .246 .246 .243 .241 .240 .238 .236 .229 .228 .227 .226 .219 .214 .212 .212 .209 3 0 1 . 1 0 5 0 1 29 2 33 40 12 28 2 2 2 0 8 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 so 30 27 20 . 42 30 14 34 35 12 11 52 20 46 43 27 78 38 14 23 32 29 25 60 29 53 .20 30 29 2 56 12 23 12 3 0 23 10 2 0-3 0-0 1-4 4-5 1-1 1-3 6 14 12 9 23 5 9 3 0 4 6 3 7 5 2 3 .206 .205 .201 .200 .200 .199 .198 .198 2.56 3.00 3.83 3.84 5.82 6.46 .198 .189 .186 .185 .184 .184 .174 .167 .167 .155 .154 .150 .147 .143 .129 .111 Pitcher IP H R ER BB Murray. Memphis 33 23 7 3 16 Hernaiz, Tol 472/3 30 8 5 16 Scott, Roch 3 6 2 / 3 25 5 5 11 Blair, Mem 45 26 7 7 17 Gebhard, Mem....24 2/3 ' 18 5 4 2 Patterson, Char 32 21 7 6 10 Enyart, Mem 282/3 22 10 6 9 Kreuger, Pawt....37 1/3 32 13 8 21 Wallace, Tol 23 15 6 5 9 Strohmayer, Tid..22 2/3 23 12 5 19 D. Johnson, Roc 59 31 17 14 28 Grzenda, Rich 24 2/3 21 6 6 9 J. Niekro, Rich ...47 1/3 37 14 12 17 Sawyer, Syr 59 39 18 15 18 LeFevre, Mem 42 36 14 11 21 Carrithers, Mem 90 75 27 24 35 Freeman, R:ch....4B 1/3 37 16 13 25 Stewart, Tidw 2 2 1 / 3 21 7 6 19 Easterly, Rich ....33 1/3 29 12 9 23 Sterling, Tid 74 69 24 21 22 Torrealba, Rich. 31 2/3 31 13 0 12 Jirnintz, Char 431/3 31 16 13 9 Zachary, Tol :.86 1/3 74 33 26 21 Martinez, Syr 29 2/3 22 . 10 9 12 Webb, Tid 6 8 2 / 3 45 25 21 26 Wegener, Tid 251/3 26 11 8 17 Bair, Char 732/3 59 25 24 . 33 Brandon, Tol 36 1/3 33 16 12 .15 Timmerman, T o l 3 3 1 1 1 McGregor, Syr ....83 1/3 83 32 28 33 Lamb, Char 23 20 12 8 15 Sadowski, Char ...19 1 / 3 1 2 8 7 10 Abraham, Mem...35 2/3 37 14 13 19 Willis, Roc ;.322/3 28 13 12 12 Kouns, Pawt 6 7 2 / 3 54 30 25 50 Moore, Tid ..591/3 55 .27 22 34 Perkins, Roc 102/3 11 4 4 7 Snook, S y r 8 9 3 3 8 Chrislenson, Tol ..80 2/3 62 37 31 41 Cram. Tid 39 48 19 15 5 Gowell, Syr :50 2/3 50 22 20 19 Blake, Syr 25 1/3 29 11 10 8 Mitchell, Roch 65 56 36 26 28 Coster, Rich 53 55 28 22 23 Kirkpatrick, Roch 40 43 23 17 12 McKet, Char 582/3 ' 5 1 30 25 25 Neibauer, Rich....36 2/3 35 21 16 25 Colpaert/Pawt 9 11 4 4 5 Gura, Syr 29 24 16 13 8 Manderbach.'Tid 26 34 24 12 22 demons, Pawt....19 1/3 17 12 9 11 Bomback, Pawt ..78 1/3 92 41 37 42 Meyering, Char...31 1/3 24 16 15 15 Caskey, Mem.-.-. 50 63 32 24 25 Sbragia, Pawl 33 40 26. 16 20 Simpson', Char ....62 2/3 65 37. 31 32 Juran, Tid 60 2/3 76 41 30 30 Skok, Pawt 611/3 51 41 31 26 L'ersch, Rich.:..,..21 2/3 15 11 11 16 Evenhus, Syr 15 16 10 8 8 Robson, Roch 23 1/3 13 15 13 23 Pactwa, Syr..: 47 51 34 28 29 Wright, Tol.....'....24 2/3 13 18 15 34 Sekel, Roch 1 1 1 / 3 8 8 7 7 Burton, Pawt...'...34 2/3 36 23 22 26 Kirby. Tid ; 21 2/3 29 16 14 18 Santoririi, Tol 4 7 2 / 3 . 59 34 32 2 1 , Glassco/Mem 30 44 23 22 19 Paul, Tol 7 2 / 3 15 7 6 3 Ford, Rich 312/3 36 33 25 21 Kniftin, Tol 19 32 17 15 15 Ross. Pawt 34 48 35 31 25 Hambright, Syr... 13 2/3 16 13 13 8 Moore, Mem 141/3 10 17 14 22 Hendrix, Char 4 2 / 3 6 6 6 1 Gallagher, Rich ...2 1 / 3 3 4 4 3 W-L ERA 3-2 0.82 5-0 0.94 PICK YOUR SIZE ONE LOW PRICE 25 18 30 49 6 6 67 27 36 18 55 34 33 40 12 5 21 14 14 ' 42 24 38 28 43 39 57. 17 10 22 29 31 9 35 12 . 41 21 4 16 9 23 9 13 2 1 "Power Streak" 78 Polyester Cord Tire · Latest 1974 design · Smooth-riding polyester cord body will not flatspot- ever! · Dependable six-rib tread designed for traction and mileage A78-13 blackwal! tubeless plus $1.80 F.E.T. and tire off your car. Blackwall tubeless plus $1.78 to $2.17 F.E.T. and tire off your car. 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