The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 12, 1973 · Page 28
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28 Wednesday, September 12, 1973 The Ottawa Journal Marshall to rescue Yheii Expos reduce Cards' lead By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer , Mike Marshall believes the test of a relief pitcher is "not bow good he is at his best but .- bow bad he Is at his, worst. . "Anybody can get the hit ' ters out when be has his stuff," explains the Montreal ...Expos star reliever who set a ' National League record Tues- day night by finishing his 6Sth .. NATIONAL LIAOUI : !; " BAST , ' W t Pet. OB ,: m. Louis -::: n jm -'flttoburgh. . K M .494 Vt ftortmi j.i,...;..; ,0 m ' 'Viuw - or ,4 .Nev York 7J JB9 Pet. G4 .AJ7 .47 4 JS 7 JO IS JN1I JM 94Vk Ondiwolt - ...... tt 57 ''Lot Angota . . 4 II San PranGtaco M 40 63 Houiton 74 7J VAnanto ..H...: 71 7 Ottgo .j . a M W 1 ' MSULTS TU1SDAY ? CMoaoa. it rtwobuinh. e. -s PtiNooanphlOk Si Now York. AftanRV 4f San Pranctooo, 5. cinclnraM, Si Los Angtfw, J. j' Montnol, 4i St. Ijouto, 1. - rkwrton, 4i Son OMgo. 2. Box MONTRIAL, AS R H II 4 0 10 4 0 0 SOS CFolrly, If . : F. Alou, If LSInoUlcn, rf 't j Joromtn, lb I 1 1 3 0 10 ; l 0 0 0 . Wood!, cf . Balliy, 3b t Stlnson, c . i rVJI, n i Sonke, p ooo ,4111 3 1, 1 0 4 10 0 3 0 11 I III ..; Town 1 4 7 ! ST. IOUIS AS ft H Bl i .2 0 4 00 0 4 0 11 It 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 Brock, If Slztmoro, 2b Slmmoni. c corbo, rf AUCarvor, lb ! Roltz, 3b J. Cruz, ct -Tort, lb Baseball By UnHtd Pmt Intomotlonal ' LEADING) BATTERS CBostd on 375 at bah.) ! NATIONAL LEAOUI 6 AO R H Pet. - Rose, On . ' 144 607 MS 210 : Wotson, Hoy .. 147 50 91 in Csdono. Hot! 12S 473 74 MO Mi .317 .317 J1J Jll n coramai, an .. rn a 74 143 im 197 013 04 160 i. 125 SU 71 157 -HQ mn 113 401 01 134 f 1 MM 143 49 91 Ml StargeM, Pflt 177 452 W 130 JOS ; Car, AN 130 610 71 Mt J04 ' - AMERICAN LEAOUI 'I O AlB R H Pet. Corew, Him 134 521 65 177 J44 : Morton, Dot 103 384 41 111 J15 .t Murcar, NY 144 554 77 173 Jll , Moy, MM . 141 565 175 .310 : Muraoiv NY 135 460 77 143 JOS . Otis, KC US 530 06 143 JOS , Copoekv Bos. 131 510 50 153 J00 ,- Don, Bott 123 494 SO 147 J94 ,-' YostrznmkL B . 135 4M 74 144 .194 : adewn. Oak .. 141 SI4, 96 152 On ' HOME RUNS ,'Motlonol Loogut: Johnson, AN 40i .StarooH, PNt 39i Bondl. SF Ml . Aaron, AN 37i Evan. Atl 36. ';' Amortcon Loaguo: Jodaon, Oak 31 1 ; Pi. Boo 26i Roblnwa Col, Oth, KC, May, MM. Banao, Oak and Bur-; roughs, Tex 25. l . RUNS BATTED IN ; Notional Loogw: StaratU, Pftt 105 ; Bench, On 101, Man Hou 99 Evam. ; Atl and Stngtoton, AMI 95. . ' Amortcon . Loaauoi Jocteon, Oak May, Mil 90 Muncen, NY 00. ' : Jr. B' workout I . set Thursday , Carleton .'Place t Legion, . Kings, a junior B team, begin workouts tomorrow night on their home Ice surface here " and all players interested in ; attending are 'invited. First - session Thursday starts at 7 ",. p.m. and practice will follow ' the next week on Monday, - Wednesday and Friday nights. - Further information can be 'obtained by phoning Doug . Gibson, team manager, at 1- 257-3561 evenings or 1-257-2200 - during the day. ,. Jeff Jacques : joins Toros v " .ST. CATHARINES, Ont. ; (CP) Jeff Jacques, St. ; Catharines Black Hawks' cap-i tain during thr 1972-73 Ontario ; Hockey Association Major Ju-- nior A season, has signed a , three-year contract with To-rronto Toros : of the World .Hockey Association. The 20-year-old Jacques was drafted t hv California Rnlrlpn Spnl In Jthe NaJtenalJockevLeague-J . and by Winnipeg Jets in the 'WHA but his WHA rights were vlater transferred from Wlnni-"iieg to Toronto. r m kw v mm am kvmmhbmb m m ma-w i - am llSRecords -. . WEST W j 1 i game. "Hie trick is to keep things under control when you don't have your stuff." Called "the best relief pitcher in the majors" by Montreal manager Gene Maucb but un-der-p ublkixed in comparison to relievers like Sparky Lyle and Dave Glusd, Marshall has earned 29 saves to 81 appearances this 'season and is the No. 1 reason why the Expos ' AMIIIICAN LIA9UI BAST w-l Pet. oe a m ms Boston ..... 19 ti JUS , MM 77 J27 on I 11V 14 Now York ........ 7i MNWDUkM . 70 7J M 74 rU 4. M .4M ' WIST : W L Pet. G .: OoMontf M . ' Kanooa City . HUM ' CMcago 7 7 Ml WW u0 70 73 .490 in OKHomto 44 74 iUt MVk Tno SS S 4 33Vk RISULTS TUISOAY Si eooton, . York. . 4 MIKvautpM, 2. r , Tam. 1- OoMand, 31 Kama atyv 1. CaMtomkv Si CMooao, 1. . score fYun, u McoVido, ph Hrabotky, p loqul, p Milindu, ph Posttr, p MAlou, ph Ktllohor, n Asm, ph ' . Totals : MontrMl St. Loult B Fotlor. B 1 1 - , , ' 000000400-4. 000 001 0001 Tywn, Slztmort. LOB it. Loulo '0. B - AAontrtol S. Simmons, Torro, SB Jorgtnssn. S Siztmore. IF H R ER BB 50 Ronke (W) 13-10 72-3 5 1 4 1 Morshall 11-3 10 0 I I Foiter (L) 12-S 7 4 4 2 1 4 Hrabotky . 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 team 1 5-3 0 0 0 0 3 Ssvi Morsholl (291. PB Sim-moru'T 2:33. A 11410. , leaders prrcHiNO) v ooue: Bryant, BP 21-10; GvHett. Ctn 174JI Ootwn. LA 16-Si Sutton, LA and Soaw. NY W. - Amortcon Lsaguot Wood, CM 23-191 ttoHzmon, Oak 20-11i Patmor, Bolt 19-0) Oottom, Mk lt-fi Cottman, Dot 19-15. Crusaders sign Jtilllman brothers CLEVELAND (UPI) -Cleveland Crusaders' general manager Jack Vivian Tuesday announced the signing of brothers Larry and .Wayne Hillman'40 World Hockey As-, sociatoin contracts. , . The veteran National Hockey League defensemeh report- edly agreed to four-year pacts for about $200,000 each. ' Larry, 36, was obtained from the Chicago Cougars in exchange for center iceman Joe Hardy and Wayne, 34, was picked up from the New York Blades for future considerations. : T NCMHA South Ottawa Canadians Hockey tryouts in either A or B Bantam Divisions of the Na-. tional Capital Minor Hockey Association are asked to call Pat Kenney at 733-5861 or Larry Larock at 521-3549. eradons. HOCKEY MEETING Laroche Park Minor Hockey Association will hold a meeting for anyone interesting in coaching or managing this Thursday at the Laroche Park Community Centre at 8 p.m. ' - Plonnlng to watch the game on TV '" tonight? . . . why not order some ' .iMseiood-tooU- . . . from the Cathay of course. A Qold Chit Auoclat are only 1V& games out of first p'ace In the National League's Eastern Division race. .- . It was Marshall to the res cue again Tuesday night when the Expos defeated the St Louis Cardinals 4-1. Marshall, shut out the Cardinals for the last 1 W innings and now has Allowed no runs and" seven hits in eight relief assign-men t s .totaling 13 innings aga'nst them mis season. - Cincinnati increased Its lead in the . Western Division to four games with a 6-3 victory over Los Angeles, Chicago defeated Pittsburgh 2-0, Philadelphia beat New York 64, Atlanta scored a 6-5 U-inning triumph over San Francisco and Houston topped San Diego 4-2 in 10 innings in the other NL games, v Singles by Mike Jorgensen, Jim Lyttle and Bob Bailey, a walk, two infield outs and a two-run throwing error by Ted Sizemore enab.'edT the Expos to rally for four runs in the seventh inning at St Louis. Del Baker dies at 80 SAN ANTONIO, Tex." (UPI) Delmer "Del" Baker, who had a 50-year baseball career as a player, coach and manager, died at his home Tuesday following a lengthy illness. He was 80. Baker, who retired as coach of the Boston Red Sox in 1960, spend 27 years In &e American League as a player and coach. He started professional baseball in 1915 as a catcher for Detroit His flaying career also took him to San Fran cisco 1917-18, Portland 1919-21, .' Mobile 1922 and Oakland 1923-27- ' Baker spent 20 years coaching, including at Detroit 1933-38, Cleveland 1933, Boston 1945-49 and at Boston again 1952-1960.'; He was manager 4V4 season at Detroit after succeeding Mickey Cochrane in 1938. ' Baker also managed Beaumont in the Texas League for three Seasons - and managed Sacramento of the West Coast League in 1949 and San Diego in 19S0-51. T)qlra m nnri ita1 t a Hmimi to the American League pen nant In 1940, but the Tigers fell to the Cincinnati Reds in the World Series, four games to three. . " OVVA seeks new players An open meeting is scheduled for anyone interested in participating in senior ladles and men's volleyball leagues in the Upper Ottawa Valley areas of Amprior, Renfrew, Shawvllkv Eganville, Pembroke, Petawawa; Deep River and Madawaska. The meeting win be held this Thursday at General Pan-et High School (Girl's Gym) at CFBN Petawawa, Ont. at 7.30 p.m. The league Registered with the Ottawa Valley Volleyblal Association is looking for 'coaches, referees and anyone interested in the1 management of clinics and tournaments. For further information call Pete Bennett at 687-4131 or Ron Nasadyk at 687-5496. t W k 4 Marshall's stellar relief effort preserved Steve Renko's 13th ; win while Alan Foster was tagged with his eighth loss for the Cardinals. ' a ' ,v ' Ed Armbrlster's two-run double was the big blow of a V.:'' 1 r;' I. - , - OVER AND OUT ' - - ST, LOUIS' St. Louis Cardinals' shortstop Mlka Tyson falls over Bob Stlnson of the Montreal Expos after: tagging him' out during the 3rd Inning Tuesday night at , . St Louis. Stlnson tried to stretch a single to right centre into a double but a strong throw by Cards' Bemle Carbo caught him at second. (apiowiwI wirtphoto) rtreotonc FRONT WHEEL , : plus TO STRETCH TRE LIFE! 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