The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 15, 1966 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
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Tuesday. MarcK 15, 1966 Host West Orange— Ganders Dump Bears, 3-2, In Nine Innings SPRING BRANCH (Sp) —The! Anderson went to third on a I second Gander run by the same Robert E. Lee Ganders scatter-!ground out by Burch and Acosta means. .rmmTiv fjf. Uf^^j vaeaj-iv*v;ii> <a^*«v*.^.* —• {^*ww>*«i* vu*. **j *^*U-M* -.-«»M. - — — •*-— ~— ed out three runs in nine in- stole second base. Olix-er walk- nings to down the Spring Branch Bears, 3-2. her e Monday to crack a one - game losing streak and bring their record to a very respectable 5-1. strongman Lewis Bos- hit ball to pick up his third win against one loss, with nintn inning relief duty coming from ed and Anderson stole home for the first of three steals he was to get for the night. The Gander's stole six bases during the ball game. v>anae r scromjiuaH ^^^> ****- Catcher Dennis McAfee well hurled eight innings of five- grounded out to third to end that first inning of play. The second Gander run came in the third inning when Rus- y^If^cr rtlltTi SAUfcV W******o **• v»** *« »*-*- M.U. •— . — ~— --^ ------- ---equally strong junior Scott Bar- sel! led off by getting hit with ringer Boswell allowed two runs in his eight innings and Barringer came in to face four Matters in the ninth, allowing only one to reach base. Gander leftSelder Ronnie Anderson scored the back - breaking ran in the top of the ninth, reaching base on a single after Boswell had opened the inning by watching a called third strike. Anderson then stole second base and second baseman Alan Acosta drew a base-on- balls as the hot - hitting Gander right- fielder, senior Jon Russell came a pitch. . rch then sacrificed Russell to second base and Oliver, having a two - for - two night, singled him to third. Russell eventually stole home to gain the to bat to swings. McAfee then flew out to shortstop and first baseman Fred Hand watched a third strike to end the inning. Spring Branch's Jim Achilles drove in shortstop Rodney Johnson and second baseman Donnie Wigginton with a sharp j single to right - center in the fourth. Boswell got the seventh Gander hit, while the Bears were held to six hits. The Ganders returned to the home diamond at 4 p.m. Tues-| day by hosting 3A West Orange,! before moving on to the Austin Tournament Friday. ^r ~-^f^- ~^^^r- ~^^r ~-^^r v •» •• " — —- —— — — Things Getting Tougher For REL's Burch, Russell Little Ricky Burch, Gander good and what would have been centerfielder, thought things were tough in Port Arthur Friday when he had one of his two InntSpTotnTplaTe S£ an uninformed umpire, but now 111 " - - -•'things are even tougher out look a little better for the team as a whole. The 6-5 loss the Ganders suffered at the hands of the Yellow Jackets that Friday has been lorn from the official statistics, along with Burch's two home runs and a three - for- 'hree day for leading hitler Jon Russell, due to an errant cal? by a Port Arthur umpire. ed a stinging double into right field scoring Anderson before centerfielder Ricky Burch struck out and Dean Littlepage. replacing regular third baseman Richard Oliver when Oliver had a tooth broken out when a driver hit him in the grounded out to the shortstop to end the Ganders' half of the last inning. . . . The Ganders took the initial lead in tf> e first inntog when Anderson led off with a single, followed by a base-on-bal!s to Acosta and Russell struck out swinging. RSI- Anderson, U Acosta, 23 Russell, rf Burch, cf Oliver, 31? Litllepaoe' SS McAfee, c a— Bishop, ph Hand. 1b Beckmon, ss-3o Boswell, p Barringer, p TOTALS SPRING BRANCH Johnson, ss , Carberry, lb McWIIIioms. rf Valadez. o Achilles. P b — Ceftastian, ph 3 4 4 2 2 3 1 3 2 3 0 31 A8 4 4 3 4 2 1 0 Cuoco. i'f 3 Gttmore. c 3 Johnson, cf 3 TOTALS 31 - o— Bishop bounced out pitcher to firsi in fifth Dinch hilting for Barringer. b—Srtrastlon singled for Achilles in fourth. l_OB — Saytown 11; Spring Branch «. SB — Anderson 3 Acosto 1, Russell 1, Oiiver 1; Spring Branch — Johnson 1. GANDER PITCHING IP AB H R ER BB SO Soswell 8 2" S 2 2 0 6 Ban-inner 1310017 the eventual tying run was scratched. Since this time Treuhardt has found that the bases did not have to be touched, due to the new rule for 1966. "Since a protest would constitute replaying the game, which could not be scheduled now, we do not consider that game a loss due to the errant call." Treuhardt said. "I hate to take all this away from the kids, but I would hope that they would rather have a good team record. With tonight's (Monday) win over Spring On the first home run of the (Branch we have a 5-1 record, two that Burch hit that day, the'rather than a 5-2 record." Treu- first was ruled invalid when the umprre called him out for not touching first. Gander Coach Don Treuhardt argued that a new hardt said. "Individual marks are good." Don said. team and "But we play as we hope to have i i trLU leti viL dA-oUCTui it let i. a. -ti^ » w i ^^tt*** cm'-* «* •_ **^ t *.~ i.^ .-~~ - v, high school rule stated that the]good one. with a good record, bases did not need to be I "Port Arthur can count it a touched on an over - the - fence home run. But his cries did no win if they like, but we don't," Treuhardt said Major League Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 1 Cincinnati 4, Houston 2 Chicago, A, 4, New York N, 1 Atlanta 2, Baltimore 0 Philadelphia 5, Minnesota 3 New York. A, 5, Boston 4 Detroit 4, Los Angeles 3 San Fran. 5, Chicago, N, 4 Cleveland 5. 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