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33^ Golesburg Register-Moil, (jolesburg, HI Thursday, Moy 17, 1973 By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Tony (Miva, the Minnesota Twins' three-time batting champion, is one designated hitter who doesn't see the American League rule as a means to hang on in the majors a few more seasons. The 31-year old native of Cuba has been used exclusively as a designated hitter this season and has compiled a .278 average with 14 runs batted in to show for 26 games. He came through with a two-run tie- breaking double off Terry Forster Wednesday night to lead the Twins to an 94 victory over the Chicago White Sox and square their season record at 15-15. ''This game is too much fun for me to sit on the bench all season except for my hitting appearances," adds 01 i v a. "I've got to get back in the lineup to take the batting championship away from Rod Carew, my roommate." TbeOtfctt New York beat Milwaukee, 1H California downed Oakland, 74, Texas nipped Kansas City, 2-1, and Detroit scored a 6-5 victory- over Boston, in 16 innings in the other" AL games. Baltimore and Cleveland were not scheduled. National League scores were New York 6 Montreal 3 Philadelphia 5 Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 8 Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 5 Houston 2, St. Louis 3 Chicago 1 and San Diego 4 San Francisco 1. i Countdown Reaches 30 for Hank Aaron The Cards broke the a 3-1 victory. UNIFAX ; — Cubs-Cards Action ! St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Mike Tyson (10) hangs inals game at Chicago Wednesday ; on Jo ball as he is upset by the Chicago Cubs' Jose Cardenal, Cubs' 7 -game winning streak with,* [ was forced out in the seventh inning of the Cubs-Card- ' v, i Wards, Foster Stop Cubs ' CHICAGO (UPI) - With the breaking ball down," he said, •wiJQ.blowing in at 15 miles an "because it was so cold. It was Jiowjin Wrigley Field, right- tough to feel the ball and con- Jiander Alan Foster of the St. trol it. But when the wind is jLdtue .Cardinals felt his pitching blowing in here, you can throw problem was no problem at alii high fast balls for the outfield- against the Chicago Cubs. lers to catch." ' 1l >.- na d trouble getting my| Foster's theory paid off ! *"* • : Major League Standings ^National League «v East Chicago NejOfork Montreal Pittsburgh Philadelphia St.'-Louis w. 1. pet. g.b. 21 14 .600 18 15 .545 2 .452 5 .448 5 .394 7 .303 10 San "Francisco H ;rttfrl «n Cincinnati Losi Angeles Atlanta San. Djego 14 17 13 16 13 20 10 23 West w. 1. pet. g.b 26 14 .650 — i Chicago Detroit Milwaukee New York Boston Baltimore Cleveland 22 20 20 15 14 15 .595 14 .588 16 .556 19 .441 23 .378 214 3 4 8 10% Wednesday's Games St'.'TTouis 3 Chicago 1 New York 8 Montreal 3 Phila 5 Pittsburgh 2 Atla 5 Houston 2, 11 inns S?n_P,iego 4 San Fran 1 LosAng 8 Cinci 6, 11 inns Today's Probable Pitchers "A', (All Times EDT) St. Louis (Bibby 0-2) at Chicago (Pappas 1-3), 2:30 p.m. Los-; Angeles (Sutton 3-3) at Cincinnati (Grimsley 4-2), 1:30 i >: , Friday's Games St.' L'ouis at Montreal, twiftght Pittsburgh at New York, night Chicago at Phila, night San Diego at Cinci, night Sah Fran at Houston, night Los^Ang at Atlanta, night American League East w. ".. pet. g.b. 16 17 .485 15 16 .484 15 17 .469 % 14 16 .467 Vt 14 17 .452 1 15 19 .441 V/* West j w. I. pet. g.b. 19 10 .655 California 18 13 .581 2 . Kansas City 20 15 .571 2 Oakland 18 17 .514 4 Minnesota 15 15 .500 4% Texas 12 19 .387 8 Wednesday's Games California 7 Oakland 2 Texas 2 Kan City 1 Minnesota 8 Chicago 6 Detroit 6 Boston 5, 10 inns NEW York 11 Milwaukes 4 Today's Probable Pitchers (AK Times EDT) Oakland (Hunter 3 -2) at California (May 4-2), 11 p.m. Kansas City (Simpson 2-2) at Texas (Siebert 1-1), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Wood 8-3) at Minnesota (Woodson 2-1), 9 p.m. Friday's Games Xan City at Oakland night Texas at California, night Minn at Chicago, night Boston at Detroit, night Baltimore at Cleve, night Milw at New York, twilight Wednesday with a 3-1 victory over the Cubs with a lefthanded screwball pitcher, Rich Folkers, earning his first save, facing six hitters, striking out two and walking one. Foster wes elated by the victory since he had shut out Lee Trevino Closing in On Million Mark MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Lee Trevino says he feels like a million dollars Montreal in his previous start and he conceded he "was thinking of a second straight shutout. "I can't remember the last time I won two in a row in the major leagues," he said. "Last year not getting a chance and not pitching that much the year before. I think two years ago I won three in a row with Cleveland, but you hope and plan something like this will happen." Foster, 28. ran his season record to 2-3 with his first victory over the Cubs in four decisions, and he wouldn't second guess manager Red Schoendienst for pulling him out of the game. "I knew I probably was going to have trouble in later innings," he \said, "and By VITO STELLINO The countdown is now down to 30 but you can't measure the strain on Hank Aaron as he closes in on the Babe. "I 'm going to hit 30 more homers' and get out of baseball," Aaron said in his quiet, soft • s p o k e n voice Wednesday night alter he hit the 684th homer of his career and Uth of the season as the Atlanta Braves edged the Houston Astros, 5-2, in 11 innings. Aaron is now within striking distance of Babe Ruth's career record of 714 and he is finding out what kind of strain all players face as they go for the records set by the legendary Babe. Of course, the racial factor has made it even worse in the hate mail Aaron has received The majority of the fans wish him well but the minority is making his life miserable Aaron's homer off Jerry Reuss in the sixth inning gave Atlanta a 2-1 lead. The Astros tied it, 2-2, in the eighth before Dusty Baker's sacrifice fly and East Moline FIRST RACE (pace) — Miss Lucky Purdue, Sam Harmon, $10.80, $7.40, 14.30. 2:11.2. Jenna Anlerson, Darryl Beason, 99.20, 93.80. Golden Dina, Ralph McClain, $4.40. SECOND RACE (pace) — Satolite Suf, Keith Linton. $13.20, $5.80, $3.80. 2:00.3. Noble Fashion, Robert Moffitt, $5.20. $3.40. Dainty Byrd, Hank Fabert. $5.20. THIRD RACE (trot) — Ann Mascot, A. Jay Ryan, $8.80, $2.80, $2.40. 2:08.3. Idiewhlles Don, Leon De- Julius, $2.40 $2.60. H. Pride, Hoyt "and I l And he's barely a chip shot didn,t feel that stron 8 ;'away from his first golfing 1 The performance gratified, H U S H % r , » million on the water-studded,poster, because last year he th a , Don Krc "«>7 $2i.2o c $Wo JAM 7,193-yard Colonial Country j adopted the no windup pitch 2 :08 °- Be m' c creed. Monroe _Dunand against the Cubs. He said, "It's harder for them to pick up my pitches and there's no rhythm for them to time the ball. I just have that feeling from watching the hitters, but my ball seems to explode now." Dave Johnson's two-run double won the game for Atlanta in the 11th. In the other games, Philadelphia downed Pittsburgh, 5-2, New York beat Montreal, 8-3, St. Louis edged Chicago, 3-1, San Diego nipped San Francisco, 4-1, and Los Angeles outlasted Cincinnati, 8-6, in 11 innings. In the American League, Texas nipped Kansas City, 2-1, Minnesota beat Chicago, 8-6, Detroit topped Boston, 6-5, in 10 innings, New York outlasted Milwaukee, 11-4, and California beat Oakland, 7-2. Baltimore and Cleveland weren't scheduled. Philadelphia scored four runs in the first inning with the help of two errors and Greg Luzinski's two-run single. One of the errors was by rightfield- er Manny Sanguillen, who has Two-run singles by rookie George Theodore in the third inning and Rusty Staub in the four-run ninth paced New York to the triumph over Montreal. Tug McGraw saved the game for rookie Harry Parker, who's 4-0. Joe Ferguson and Ron Cey hit consecutive homers off Tom Hall in the 11th inning to carry Los Angeles past Cincinnati. Ferguson's blow was a two-run blast. Cincinnati had tied the game in the ninth on Johnny Bench's run-scoring single in the ninth. Mike Caldwell pitched a five- hitter to give San Diego the victory over San Francisco. San Diego riddled Juan Mariohal for 11 hits including a homer by rookie Johnny Grubb. Mike Tyson's two-run triple capped a three-run second been switched from catcher to | inning and gave St. Louis the replace Roberto Clemente. The experiment doesn't seem to be working because Sanguillen is leading the club in errors with six—which is more than most outfielders make in a season victory over Chicago. The loss ended a seven-game Chicago winning streak. Alan Foster went 7 2-3 innings to get the win and Rich Folkers got the save. Otiva's double snapped a 4- tie in the seventh inning an was followed by Bobby Dar win's run-scoring single #h!c completed a four-run rally. Danny Thompson hit a two -ru double stretching his hittln streak to 15 games for the Twins while Bill Melton and Dick Alien each hit his seventh homer of the season for the White Sox. Thurman Munson, continuing his unusual hot early-season slugging, drove in four runs with a double and a homer to lead the Yankees' 14-hit attack. The Yankees broke open the game with a six-run sixth inning during which Munson hit a two-run double and Bobby Murcer a two-run single., Steve Kline won his third game with the relief help of Sparky Lyle. Wright Pitches Six-Hitter Clyde Wright, an 18 -game winner last season, pitched a six-hitter for his first win this year and Jim Spencer hit a two-run homer for the Angels. The Angels routed John Odom, now H, with three runs on four hits in the fifth. Sal Bando homered for the A's. It was the fifth straight win for the Angels. Angels. Larry Bittner's single with two out in the ninth inning drove in the winning run for the Rangers, who filled the bases on a single by Toby Harrah and walks to Alex Johnson and Rico Carty. The blow handed Kansas City's Paul Splittorff his second loss against six victories. The Tigers pulled out their victory over the Red Sox on Mickey Stanley's sacrifice fly with the bases filled and one out in the 10th. The Red Sox tied the game in the eighth on Carl Yastrzemski's double which kayoed Mickey Lolich. Gates Brown and Duke Sims homered for the Tigers while Carlton F?sk and Yastrzemski connected for the Red Sox. Club course, the merry Me* lean's personal money reserve for the past two years. Trevino teed off as the heavy favorite today in quest of his third consecutive victory in the $175,000 Memphis Classic Tournament with most of the tour's big guns elsewhere. Among those challenging Trevino are three-time former Memphis winner Dave Hill, ^ sue* Johnny Miller, Doug Sanders, t*orni8h Signs J. C. Snead, Lou Graham and KANSAS CITY (UPI) Jim Jamieson. j Defensive tackle Frank Corn- The winner's share of $35,000 ! isn » who has P laved wIth three ,—or even second money 0 fl teams since entering the $20,000-would put Trevino in I National Football League in the exclusive, company of 1966 - ha s signed as a free agent Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus vv:t; "> the Kansas City Chiefs. ;and Billy Casper. Those three, j After starting with the I plus 1973 top money-winner i Chicago Bears in 1966, the 29- passing can, $0.60, $4.40. Idiewhlles Brent Ray Ball Jr.. $3.20. FirTH RACE (pace) — McDave, Robert Perrin. $7.40. $4.00, 83.20. C Honor, Derry Ray. $4.00. $3.20. Gay Vance. Gerald Noonan, M.40. SIXTH RACE (pace) — Nan* Choice, Bernard Shepherd, $3.80, $4.00, $2.60, 2:05.4. Idiewhlles Mike, Ray Ball Jr., $6.20, $3.80. Prince Deemi. Hank Fabert. $3.80. SEVENTH RACE (pace)—Yankee I Bob. Paul Phillips. $11.40, $3.40, The Cardinals victory broke a i M .ao. 2:07.1. iciiewmies Buck, Ray seven - game Cubs winning gj» My * P,rkM ' streak. 1 EIGHTH RACE (pace) — J. D. ' Adios, R»e Thomoeon Sr., $7,20, $3.00, $2.80. 2:05.0, Dudley Darnley, Charles Wilcoxen, $2.80. $2.60. Hair KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN Quart *4 19 -3 For $ U 00 EARLY TIMES 5th $4.29 I TEN HIGH or IMPERIAL 5th $3.49 I KESSLER 5th $3.49 Sunny Brook Bourbon or Blend Quart $4.19 3 for $12 I Old Crow Bourbon or Crow light Whiskey — 5th $3.99 POTTERS CROWN CANADIAN quart $4.49 Canadian Mist j WINDSOR CANADIAN I JAB SCOTCH $3.69 I 5th $3.99 | 5th $6.29 JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL SCOTCH 5th $6.29 HOUSE of STUART SCOTCH — 5th $3.99 BACARDI RUM 5th $4.19 SOUTHERN COMFORT 5th $4.79 fLEISCHMANN'S VODKA 5th $3.39 FLEISCHMANN'S GIN 5th $3.49 CHATEAU LOUIS COLD DUCK 5th $1.99 $169 CHRISTIAN BROS. BURGUNDY, CHABLIS, VIN ROSE, NAPA ROSE, SAUTERNE, CLARET, HAUT, SAUTERNE, REISLING or RHINE 5th T Major League Leaders Leading Batters National League- g. ab r. h. 76 10 2!) 110 20 43 133 26 47 63 12 22 101 13 14!) 24 79 13 104 21 135 21 106 18 Mota, LA 21 Santo,«-Chi 33 Watson. Ho 37 Lopes,' LA 24 Maddox, SF 28 CwJrffo, Ho 37 Fairly, Mil 28 Morgan, Cin 32 SngOiUi, Pit 30 Grubb; SD 31 j American League g. ab r. h. Kelly, Chi 20 72 17 29 Krjsptk, KC 23 103 23 36 D.A'lsn, Chi 23 108 21 37 Holt, Min 24 79 7 27 35 51 27 35 45 35 Norton, Det 19 73 11 Munsn, NY 31 114 17 pct.lBImbrg, NY 21 59 8 19 .382|Freehan, Dt 28 114 12 36 .3611 Berry, Cal 26 74 12 23 .353iJohnsn, Oak 13 55 11 17 •;M9i Home Runs .3471 National League: Aaron, .342 .342 .337 .333 .330 pet. .403 .350 .343 .342 20 GAME ' WINNERS If they hurry, the Cardinals mighj be a 20 game winner this ypar^ along with some single great pitchers from other National- League teams. jAt Henderson. Illinois the church won't pitch you any curves. In fact, with Christ as ybur 'sinanagur you will win the pennant. 'Come and enjoy yourself next Stintlay. Have u tall, cool glass of In" io <•]' cf Jiii.*. HENDERSON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH I WOHSHJl' 11:15 a.m. 11; Stargell, Pitt 10; Bench, Cin, Bonds and McCovey, SF 9. American League: May, Mil 10; Mayberry, KC 9; Tenace, Oak 8; Fisk, Bos, D. Allen and Melton, Chi and Bando, Oak 7. Runs Batted In National League: Ferguson, LA 29; Bench, Cin 23; Watson, H-MI 27; Oliver, Pit: and Bonds, SF 26. American League: Mayberry, fits KC 33; Jackson, Oak 28; Melton, Chi 27; Murcer, NY 24; Yastrzemski, Bos, May, Mil and Tenace, Oak 21. Pitching ' National League: Billingham, Cin 6-1; Reuss, Hou and Koosman, NY 5-1; Hoot^n, Chi 5-2; Bryant, SF 5-3. American League: Wood. Chi | 8-3; Coleman, Det and Holtz -j man, Oak 7-2; Singer, Cal 6-1; Splittorff, KC 6-2. Bruce Crampton, are up Memphis to rest for appearances on the Atlanta tour stop next week. . Trevino, 33, has won $985,711 in only six years on the pro tour, Pajmer ($1.6 million) and Casper (1.3 million) have been ,on the grind for 18 years, while •322 j Nicklaus is up to more than 316 $1.8 million in his 11th year of •3Hplay. (309, "The hotter the weather gets the better I feel," Trevino said Atl, Wednesday on the practice tee 25 .342 37 .325 year-old Cornish was traded to Miami in 1970 and last year went to Buffalo, where he was injured midway through the season. ...... Pin. Durryl Benson, #5.80. NINTH RACE (pace) — Lively Leer, Monro* Duncan. 939.00,110.20, 17.40. 3:07.0. Gold Hat, Michael Brooks. $2.60, $2.00. Casey Bens, Rav Rvan, $6,30. TENTH RACE (pace) — Queens Ringleader. John WolM. $B.60. $4.00. S.TflO. 2:08.0. Tommy Forbes. Charles Wilcoven, $3.80, $2.80. Scottish Amber, Michael A. Brooks, $4.00. Midwest League By United Press International Quad Cities 5 Appleton 0 Cedar Rapids 10 Clinton 6 Decatur 11 Quincy 1 Burlington 16 Danville 9 Waterloo 8 Wis. 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