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Pfidav, June .8, WT 17 r in have as box Sna fiy 8TU CAMEN UPI Sports Writer Terry forster has a lot of confidence in the Chicago White Sox' bullpen. He should, because for all intents arid purposes, ho is the White. Sox' bullpen. "Our bullpen is as good as anybody's and I'm the only left­ hander in it," said Forster after setting down Baltimore on only one hit over the final 3 1-3 innings Thursday night to snap Chicago's five * game losing streak with a 3-2 decision ovef the Orioles. Porsler posted his ninth save this year and preserved Steve Stone's first American League victory, but not without a touch of drama. Chicago took a 3»1 lead into the bottom of the ninth but the Orioles loaded the (bases with only one out. Catcher Ed Herrmann then committed a passed ball to close the Orioles' deficit to only one run but Forster was equal to the i task by striking out both Larry Brown and Andy Etchebarren. In the only other American League games, Texas rallied to beat the Yankees, 7-5, and California blanked Detroit, 3-0. In National. League contests, San Diego edged St. Louis, 4-3, Atlanta nipped Montreal, 3-2, and Los Angeles blanked the Chicago Cubs, 4-0. Eddie Leon, Jorge Orta and Billy Sharp each drove in a run for the White Sox, who saddled the Orioles' Jim Palmer with his fourth loss. The win enabled Chicago to take a half-game lead over runncrup Minnesota In the Western Division. Alex Johnson's two-out double in the eighth inning brought in Rico Carty with the tic- Barber Leader in Classic By ED McFALL PHILADELPHIA (UPI) When Early Wynn was pitching in the baseball major leagues, he often was accused of being so mean be would throw beawballs at his grandmother. "You damn right I would." Wynn would growl. "Grandmother was a helluva hitter." Nowadays there is a 70-year- old grandmother in Florida who may not be a hitter but she is getting financially hit to support her 24-year-old grandson, Jim Barber, a sophomore on the pro golf tour; Barber, who is sponsored on the tour by his grandmother, father and uncle, took a big step toward improving the meager earnings of some $6,000 that he has picked up in two years by shooting a seven- under-par 65 Thursday for the first-round lead of the IVB- Philadelphia Golf Classic. The round at the suburban Whitemarsh Valley Country Club gave him a one-stroke lead over (five-year tour veteran Mike Reasor, who had a 66. Right behind Reasor at 67 was Hale Irwin, Larry Ziegler, John Adams and Tom Weiskopf, who set a new record for this year's tour by shooting his 14th consecutive sub-par round. At 68 were Dave Hill, Tom Jenkins, Miller Barber, no relation to the leader, Ross Randall and Forrest Fezler. Nine players, including former PGA champion Dave Stockton, were one stroke back of them at 69. Bruce Craimpton, second in the money winnings thus far this year, was at 71 while defending champion J. C. Snead had an even-par 72. Jack Nicklaus, who came here to tune up for next week's U.S. Open championship, had a one-over 73, as did Lee Trevino. Jim Barber, who once aspired to a major league baseball career before a shoulder injury and used to work ; out as a teen-ager with the Phillies at their Clearwater training camp, was asked how he has managed to stay on the tour after such limited earnings. "My family sponsors me," he said, "my father, my uncle and my grandmother. She's got most of the money." Is grandmother a "helluva" golfer? "No," he replied. "She doesn't know anything about the game." Yankee Ownership Serious NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Yankees' new ownership meant business when they said they wanted a pennant flying again over Yankee Stadium. The Yankees, whose major weakness this season has been pitching, set out to rectify that problem Thursday by obtaining two former 20-game winners right-hander Pat Dobson from the Atlanta Braves and left hander Sam McDowell from the San Francisco Giants The deals were the second and third made by the Yankees HOME PROJECTS ARE EASY AND FUN TO DO WITH SAKRETE CONCRETE AND MORTAR MIXES You can make your back yard the .envy of the neighborhood ... have a patio, terrace'walk, lawn benches and flower bed curbing... entertain around •n outdoor grill. .Fun to do and economical too, with Sakrete ... a mix for every type of job. Builders Supply Co 600 E. Main 342-4155 ©mi under the new 15-man conglonv erate which purchased the team Irom the Columbia Broadcasting System last January. Last April they purchased Jim Ray Hart from the Giants and Hart has proved a valuable member of the team as a designated hitter. Just as they did when they obtained Hart,, the Yankees gave up very little in return. For Dobson they gave up minor leaguers Frank Tepedino, an outfielder-first baseman, and Wayne Nordhagen, an outfiel der, plus two players to be named later. McDowell came even cheaper—for a straight cash deal estimated at' about $125,000. " , (9 Build it with SAKRETE Concrete Mix Build or repair walks, steps, etc. Make patio blocks. Easy to use- economical. Just add water.. Major League Standings Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Montreal New York Philadelphia San Francisco Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diego ALEXANDER Lumber Co. 212 E. SOUTH ST. PH. 343-2171 CONCRETE PROBLEMS SOLVED EASILY WITH r " n -PRODUCTS National League East w. 1. pet. g.b. 32 22 .593 23 24 .489 5% 24 26 .480 6 22 25 .468 6V2 22 26 .458 7 20 32 .385 11 West w. 1. pet. g.b. 38 20 .655 33 22 .600 3% 30 23 .568, 5V 2 31 26 .544 6% 20 33 .377 15% 20 38 .357 17 Thursday 's Results Los Angeles 4 Chicago 0 Atlanta 3 Montreal 2 San Diego 4 St. Louis 3 Today's Probable Pitchers (All times EDT) Cincinnati (Carroll 2-4) at Chicago (Pappas 3-4), 2:30 p.m. San Francisco (Bradley 5-2) at Montreal (Renko 3-3), 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles (John' 4-2) at New York (Seaver 7-3), 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Greif 4-5) at Philadelphia (Carlton 5-7), 7:35 p.m. St. Louis (Wise 7-2) at Atlanta (Reed 2-7), 8:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Ellis 5-5) at Houston (Forsch 5-5), 8:30 p.m. Detroit New York Baltimore Boston Milwaukee Cleveland Chicago Minnesota California Kansas City Oakland Texas y 2 2% 3% 8 pet. g.b .583 — .571 V: .540 2 .536 2 .500 4 .347 11% American League East w. 1. pet. g.b, 28 24 ..538 28 25 .528 24 23 .511 24 25 .490 24 27 .471 20 32 .385 West w. 1. 28 20 28 21 27 23 30 26 27 27 17 32 Thursday's Results California 3 Detroit 0 Texas 7 New York 5 Chicago 3 Baltimore 2 Today's Probable Pitchers (AH times EDT) Detroit (Lolich 5-5) at Oakland (Blue 4-2), 11 p.m. Milwaukee (Bell 5-6) at California (Wright 3-7), 1.1 p.m. Boston (Curtis 3-5) at Texas (Broberg 1-5), 8:30 p.m. New York (Medioh 4-2) at Kansas City (Garber 5-2), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Wood 13-5) at Cleveland (Wilcox 3-2), 7:30 p.m. Minnesota (Hands 5-5) at Baltimore (McNally 5-6), 7:30 p.m. breaking run as the Rangers boat the Yankees despite trailing 5-0 after the first inning. Don Stanhouse picked up his first win of the year after coming on in relief In the first inning while Lindy McDan- icl took the loss. Ivan Murrcll, who doubled home a run in the sixth inning, led off the ninth with a home run to give San Diego its win over St. Louis and snap the Farm League Practice Set For Monday Little League's Farm League practice opens Monday morning at O. N. Custer Park, while games begin Friday. Monday through Thursday, the first four days of practice, will be used for registration and instruction. Actual games get under way Friday with three games scheduled. Team practice tames are included in tha schedule below along with the first games. Monday 8:00- 8:35— Cubs 8:40- 8:15— Cardinals 0:20- 8:55— Dodgers 10:00-10:35— Braves 10:40-11:15— Pirates 11:20-12:00— Giants Tuesday 8:00- 8:35— Yankees 8:40- 0:15— Red Sox 8:20- 8:55— Tigers 10:00-10:35— Indians 10:40-11:15— Athletics 11:20-12:00— White Sox Wednesday 8:00- 8:35— Giants 8:40- 8:15— Pirates 9:20- 0:55— Braves 10:00-10:35— Dodgers 10:40-11:15— Cardinals 11:20-12:00— Cubs Thursday 8:00- 8:35— White Sox 8:40- 0:15— Athletics 9:20- 0:55— Indians 10:00-10:35— Tigers 10:40-11:15— Red Sox 11:20-12:00— Yankees Friday 8:00- 9:15— Cubs vs. Cardinals 9:20-10:35 —Dodgers vs. Braves 10:45-12:00— Pirates vs. Giants Cardinals' five-game winning streak. Relief pitcher Rich Trocdson, who worked only one- third of an inning, got his second victory against no losses. Sonny Jackson drove, in the winning run with a pinch-hit single in the seventh inning and Dave Johnson cracked his ninth homer to lead Atlanta over Montreal. The Braves were trailing 2-1 when Johnson led off the seventh with a walk and scored the tying run when Mike Lum tripled off Expos' loser Balor Moore, now 3-5. Mike Marshall replaced Moore and walked pinchhittcr Dick Dietz before Jackson singled to score Lum. Carl Morton worked six innings for his fifth win in nine decisions. Andy Messersmith allowed only three hits and Willie Davis belted a two-run homer to help Los Angeles beat the Cubs. The victory improved ^M.esser- smith's record to 6-5 and gave him his fourth complete'game and first shutout of the season. C a 1 i f 0 r n 1 a's Nolan Ryan tossed a five-hitter and his batterymate Jeff Torborg provided a two-run single Tn the sixth inning as the Angcls,beat Detroit. Woody Fryman, who permitted all three Angel runs, lost for the sixth straight time against two wins. Dodger Hurler Impressive In 3-Hit Shutout of Cubs By GENE BLUDEAU CHICAGO (UPI) - Andy Messersmith, a five-year pitching veteran of the American League, Says that "little by little" he is compiling a "book" on National League batters in his first trip around the circuit. Thursday's three-hit 4-0 shutout by the Los Angeles Dodgers' righthander would indicate his entries on the Chicago Cubs' hitters are pretty accurate. The victory upped Messersmith's season's record to only a modest 6-5 but it was, as he and Dodger Manager Walt Alston agreed, his best game of the year. "Taking everything into consideration—the wind factor in Wrigley Field, the fact the Cubs are strong hitters and that they are on a hot streak, I'd say it was my best game so far," Messersmith said. East Moline Race Results "I ask the guys who know what each batter's strength and weaknesses are and little by little I'm making my own book on the National League," he said. I've pitched in some funny ball parks, like Tiger Stadium and Fenway in Boston and I've heard that Wrigiey Field is a real danger area for homers when the wind is blowing from the west as it usually is," he said. But I decided to concentrate only on what I knew of each batter," he said. Messersmith walked four batters and had a Cub on base in seven of the nine innings he worked. But the only Cub hits were Jose Cardenal's double in the,fourth inning and singles by Don Kessinger in the third and Rick Monday in the eighth. The Dodgers gave Messer­ smith a 1-0 lead in the fourth wihen Ron Cey singled behind Willie Crawford's double. Willie Davis hit his eighth home run in the eighth with Bill Buckner on base and Messersmith scored in the ninth wWien he reached first on a force-play and came home on Dave Lopes' triple. ; v Messersmith came 1 toi the Dodgers in a controversial' off­ season deal that sent pitcher Bill Singer, infielder Bill Gra- barkewitz and two others tp the California Angels. "I hope Bill Singer "wins 30 games this year," Messersmith said. "And I hope I come close." Major League Box Scores San Diego „ , ab r h bl Hern'ez 5 0 10 Grubb 4 0 10 Lee 4 0 10 Gaston 4 110 Kendall 3 110 Roberts 4 12 1 Murrell 4 13 2 R. M'les 4 0 11 Cald'ell 3 0 0 0 TW£> ? 2 2 OlCievel'd 2 0 Trodsn 1 0 o OIGranger 1 0 " Carbo 1 o Si. LouU ab r h bl Brock 4 110 Size'ore 4 0 Torre 4 1 Slm'ons 2 0 Mel'dez 4 1 Reitz 3 0 McC'er 1 0 Cruz 3 0 Tyson 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Major League Leaders National League g. ab r. h. 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Mota, LA Watson, Ho Cash, Pit Goodsn, SF Crwfrd, LA Bonds, SF Lopes, LA Rbnsn, Phil Fairly, Mtl 35 121 16 42 57 203 37 69 39 163 29 55 47 170 17 57 53 182 34 60 58 240 60 79 44 150 22 49 36 120 19 39 41 124 16 40 American League g. nb r. h. 108 18 44 96 15 35 93 14 31 166 29 55 145 25 48 182 32 59 pet. .353 .347 .340 .337 .335 .330 .329 .327 .325 .323 BLmbrg, NY 37 Hortn, Det 25 Suarez, Tex 31 Krkptk, KC 45 Kelly, Chi 37 Carew, Min 48 D.Allen, Chi 48 177 32 57 Fisk, Bos 46 170 24 53 Hndrsn, Chi 36 135 21 42 Freehn, Det 41 162 15 50 Home Runs National League: Stargell, Pitt 16; Bonds, SF 14; Aaron, pet. .407 .365 .333 .331 .331 .324 .322 .312 .311 .309 Atl 13; Evans, Atl, Bench, Cin and Wynn, Hou 12. American League: D. Allen, Ohi 14; Mayberry, KC 13; Spikes, Clev 12; Fisk, Bos, Bando and Tenace, Oak 11. Rims Batted In National League: Bench, Cin and Ferguson, LA 43; Stargell, Pitt and Bonds, SF 37; Watson, Hou, Cey, LA and Oliver, Pitt 35. American League: Mayberry, KC 53; Jackson, Oak 42; Melton, Chi 39; D. Allen, Chi and Murcer, NY 35. FIRST RAGE: (mile pace)— Little Time (R. Martin) 9.20 3.60 3.20 Double Queen (B. Weber) 3.80 3.40 Craig Adios (D. Ray) 7.60 Time: 2:10.2 SECOND RACE: (mile pace)Eustace Lady (K. Linton) 8.00 4.20 3.60 Dainty Byrd (H. Fabertr) 8.20 5.00 Merrie Mahone (S. Harmon) 5.40 Time: 2:09.3 Daily Double—8 & 6. Paid $48.80. Consolation Double — $22.20. THIRD RACE: (mile trot)— Hi Pride (H. Lorance) 22.20 7.20 3.60 Idlewhiles Don (L. DeJulius) 3.80 2.60 Pat's Dee (G. McCoy) 3.00 Time: 2:08.3 FOURTH RACE: (mile pace)— Duel (M. Wilson) 5.40 2.80 3.00 Moon Walk (L. Banks) 2.80 2.60 Pro Gee Hal (H. Pederson) 9.00 Time: 2:07.4 FIFTH RACE: (mile trot)— Active Mike (G. Leonard) 3.20 2.60 2.40 Hardy's Jay (E. Neary) 3,80 2.60 Brock's Lad (D. Freese) 2.60 Time: 2:09.4 SIXTH RACE: (mile pace)— Death Valley (G. Leonard) 10.40 4.00 3.00 C F (L. O'Riley) 3,40 3.00 Star's Gal (M. Wilson) 3.60 Time: 2:06.0 SEVENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Gallant Anderson (H. Pederson) 8.00 5.40 4.20 Irish Lace (B. Lonaker) 13.20 6.40 L E Byrd (K. Linton) 3.80 Time: 2:08.0 EIGHTH RACE: (mile pace)— Llebchen (D. Van De Rotyne) 7.40 4.60 3.60 Chief Munsee (D. Freese) 7.60 4.40 Nibble Knight (L. Roberson) 11.00 Time: 2:07.2 NINTH RACE: (mile pace)— Battle Line (R. Weinberg) 8.80 5.80 3.60 Little Red Cloud (C. Wilcoxcn) 5.80 4.20 Piping Princess (B. Carney) 5 20 1 Time: 2:00.4 Lnte Double—2 & 6. Paid $27.40. TENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Beautiful Star (M. Wilson) 6.40 4.00 3.60 Darla Time IH. Fabert) 6.40 3.80 V B Byrd (C, Lorance) 4.60 Time 2:05.3 Corkins 0 0 0 0 Total 35 4 11 41 Total 32 3 8 1 Score by innings: San Diego .... 000 003 001—4 St. Louis ... 200 100 000—3 E—Roberts, Cruz, R. Morales. DP —San Dfego 1, St. Louis 2. LOB— San Diego 6, St. Louis 8. 2B—Roberts, Cruz, Murrell, Simmons. HR—Murrell (2). S—Sim mons, Tyson. 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