CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JUNE 30, IMO Seattle over K.C SEATTLE (AP)-Bob Stinson had something to prove so he let his bat do the talking. The message was loud and clear. Sunday as Stinson smacked a three-run homer to spark the Seattle Mariners to a 7-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals. "I w a n t e d to show everyboch I still can play." Stinson said Stinson was batting 143 going into the game "I went (j-for 25. 26 or 27, something like that, to starl the season, so I started to press," he said, "but in the last t w o weeks, 1 felt I have been swinging the bat better and concentrating better " H i s l i l o u o f f D e n n i s Leonard. 7-7. helped start the Manners rolling on a 13-hit attack to back Glenn Abbott's route-going performance on the mound. Stinson also added a single to finish 2-for-4. "I'm going up to the plate r e l a x e d , " S t i n s n s a i d . "Leonard challenged me with the pitch I think it was a sinking lastball that he got up " Paciorek led Seattle's hit parade with three. Simpson, Bochte, Meyer and Stinson added two apiece. Abbott, 7-3, yielded five hits in eight innings before tiring in the ninth, when he yielded a double to Amos Otis and Darrell Porter's run-scoring single among three hits. "I was just up there hacking away," Porter said. "I have been into a tailspm lately, so I have been seeing and swinging I don't feel superb, but at least the results are good." Jamie Quirk had two hits, including a sacrifice fly which drove in the Royals' first run in the fourth inning. Otis walked and Clint Hurdle and Porter singled the fill the bases for Quirk. "Abbott pitched just about as good as a man can," said Seattle Manager Darrell Johnson. Abbott dedicated the victory to his 2-day-old daughter Amy. "It was a good game and I wanted to win it for my little girl." he said "I got the ball up and he got a h o l d of i t , " Leonard lamented. "I was looking for a double-play ball to get out of the inning, but I couldn't find it." Danny Meyer got aboard on an error to open the second inning, and Tom Paciorek and Joe Simpson followed with singles to load the bases. J i m m y A n d e r s o n ' s f i e l d e r ' s - c h o i c e grounder scored Meyer as Simpson was out at second, then Stinson unloaded his first home run of the season. The Mariners, who collected a total of eight hits in the first two games in the series against the Royals, added a solo run in the fourth on Paciorek's seventh homer. Leonard was replaced by Marty Pattin after Julio Cruz singled, Juan Beniquez sacrificed and Bruce Bochte singled for another Seattle run in the fifth. A single by Meyer, a fielder's choice and Simpson's RBI single finished the Mariners' scoring. Cards keep rolling CHICAGO ( A P ) - Leon "Bull" Durham is a most happy young man who will not soon forget his first trip into Chicago It just might be the beginning of a brilliant career D u r h a m , a 22-year-old native of Cincinnati, slugged his first major league home run and also banged out a pair of singles Sunday to help the St. Louis Cardinals to a 9-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Durham's two-run homer in the f o u r t h inning put the Cardinals ahead to stay 5-4 and it was the second successive day in which he hit the tying and leading runs. His two run double in the ninth inning Saturday provided the Cardinals with a victory in the first game of a doubleheader Durham was filling in for injured first baseman Keith Hernandez Sunday and he and everybody else knows he will not be playing first for the Cardinals although he claims "first base, that's my home" and proved it the last two days w i t h some sparkling plays. Both Saturday and Sunday he pulled off the toughest double play in baseball, going from first to second and back to first. "I'll be at first, base until Keith comes back." said Dur- ham, "then I ' l l go to the outfield or back to the bench. If it's back to the bench, I'll just keep myself in the groove until I get another chance "This is the first time I've ever been in Chicago and I'll remember it all my life, I'm glad I was around to play," said Durham. Manager Whitey Herzog, who has a 13-7 record since taking over from Ken Boyer, was impressed with Durham, but said "when you have a Keith Hernandez around, he (Durham) will hlave to move to the outfield." Until Durham homered off loser Lynn McGlothen, 5-5, Ted Simmons had provided all the scoring for the Cardinals. Simmons doubled across a run in the first and scored on Terry Kennedy's sacrifice fly and then hit his 11th homer in the third inning, a towering drive which landed on Sheffield Avenue. ^ "It's been a while since I hit one like that," said Simmons, who stood and admired the drive before breaking into his home run trot. "It almost startled me. That's all I'm worth, that's as hard as I can hit them." The hitting of Simmons, Durham and Ken Oberkfell,). who drove in two runs with a Mr. Farmer: We have a good selection of pre-owned Ag. Tractors in almost every horsepower range. 2 wheel drive models and 4 wheel drive models. All pre-owned ag. tractors carry a waiver of finance charges until March 1, 1981. 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But Urrea didn't allow another run until the sixth when he was kayoed by doubles by Tyson and Tim Blackwell Jerry Martin hit a two-run homer, his 14th in the seventh off releiver Roy Thomas C u b m a n a g e r Preston Gomez defended Kingman's dropped fly which led to two unearned runs in the sixth. "He hasn't played in a long t i m e , " s a i d Gomez of Kingman, who only Saturday came off the disabled list "and it was tough for the outfielders with all that wind. Everybody was having trouble " Bowling Wednesday Nile Ladles Telephone Answering Service won 4 games of 4from Dillord's; Leon's United Super won 4 of 4 from Miller Ford, Lauhoff Jewelry won 3 of 4 from Posey's Salvage . W L Posey's Salvage . 1 1 5 Lauhoff Jewelry ' 11 S Leon's United Super * 8 8 Telephone Answering Service 7 9 Miller Ford 6 10 Dillards 5 11 Telephone Answering Service--D. Stottlcmyre 147-408 Leon's United Super--L. Stanbach N7-I05 Millers Ford-^I. Caddell 156-142 Lauhoffs Jewelry--V. 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Â·T T Dtwpw, R.C., DELICIOUS JAYCIE J 7-Ur BBQ CHICKEN Â» *********************************************** t Major League Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Milwaukee Detroit Boston Baltimore Cleveland Toronto W 46 40 37 38 38 34 32 WEST 44 35 34 32 32 30 24 L 25 30 31 32 33 35 37 Pet G48 .571 .544 543 535 593 464 -GB S's 7'i 7'v 8 11 13 Kansas City 44 29 603 Chicago 35 36 493 8 Texas 34 38 472 9 ' j Oakland 32 41 438 12 Seattle 32 41 438 12 Minne. 30 42 417 13'-, California 24 46 343 18', Saturday's Games Detroit 8, Toronto 3 Baltimore 8, Boston 4 Chicago 3, Oakland 0 New York 11, Cleveland 10 Texas 11, Minnesota 3 Milwaukee 11, California 5 Kansas City 4, Seattle 2 Sunday's Games Toronto 2, Detroit 0 New York 7, Cleveland 2 Baltimore at Boston, ppd., rain Milwaukee 5, California 2 Chicago 3, Oakland 0 Seattle?, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 5, Texas 3 Monday's Games Baltimore (Stone 10-3) at Toronto (Leal 1-2), (n) Cleveland (Spillner 7-4) at Detroit (Wilcox 8-4), ( n ) . 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