The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 6, 1971 · Page 26
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SPORTSWRITERS UNWELCOME Giants Angry, Frustrated Following Bitter 2-1 Loss -PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The San Francisco Giants were in no mood to talk to sporfsvm- ters following Monday's:2-1 loss to. the Pittsburgh Pirates. •They were angry, disappoint- e3; frustrated. And with ?8,000 in playoff money not to mention a share of world series money at stake, if s no wonder. . A newsman who attempted to Interview the 'players 'after being told by the dressing room guard it was-okay to enter was unceremoniously and • in one case crudely told to "beat it." •Juan Marichal, who lost the game on a four-hitter politely told a reporter, "I don't want to talk to you now. See me later." ' : FROM ONE CORNER Then came a hail of "get losts" from one corner. "Go to the other dressing room," came a voice. "Interview them. They were the winners." Sensing the anger and frustration, WiDy Mays called the reporter over and told him, "You'd better leave. They don't want to talk to you now." The' reporter took Mays' advice and as he started to leave the dressing room the same voice called out, "You'd batter get the kick you -out." Giant, manager Charlie Fox was more tolerant much more talkative. "Marichal pitched JUAN MARICHAL No Mood to Talk allowed were home runs, one bv Bob Robertson to center field, and the,' : other, the clinching tally in the.eighth by Richie Hebner. Marichal said, he threw Robertson a fastball, "low around the knees on the outside comer of the 'plate. Robertson swang with the pitch," the Giant righthander said. "If he tries to'pull it he might ground out." ' The crucial pitch to Hebner was a screwball. ."I was just trying to get-Hebner to hit the ball- someplace on .the ground," Marichal said. "I just wanted to get him out." Bobby Bonds, the Giants rightfielder, said he thought he had a chance to catch Hebner s shot. , , ,, , "It missed by about that much," Bonds said, holding his thumb and index finger about five inches apart. "But five inches is a mile when it goes over the fence." . Bcmdo Feels Athletics Will Be Best Some Day OAKLAND (UPI) — Captain Sal Bando of the Oakland Athletics feels be Robinson with the score tied 1- mt or I'll some day baseball. But not this year. his club will the best 1. arlic TWA -DU.L nw U.UV jv,w.... f but not "Right now, Baltimore is the best team assembled in base- --Mancnai pruawu * goodjball," said the 27-year-old third game and weV" Fox said, baseman, "but we're going to "what more can I say?" Asked why ha - thought his players didn't want to talk to newsmen, Fox said. "Would you after losing a that?" game Two of the four hits Marichal be better. We're going to improve and win our share of championships too." New manager Dick Williams also looked to the future after the Athletics were beaten three straight by the Orioles for the League champion- , „„.„ &e players fafter Tuesday's finale) they played good as a team and it was no i disgrace , to be beaten by . ROY—The Roy High cross i Baltimore. We just didn't play country team scored an easv| very we n ; n the playoffs," said -<r en ,".;«*-^^,* i-tircM f"ler^ml TTlCm «r:ii:«.™,- -,,.1-,^ /ri-iirta/4 tVio A 'c tn Royals Capture Win Over Tigers ,„., "We were playing the percen- in tages—right versus left. Hendricks has hit us hard in the series and we had a righthan- der (Diego Segui) pitching. I figured our odds would'improve to have Segui pitch to the righthand-hitting Brooks instead of Hendricks." But Segui got a fastball up high and across the plate to Brooks and he singled home two runs. American ships. "I told 15-50 victory over — — High here Tuesday in a meet held over a 2 1 /i-mfle course. In cross country, low score wins. Three Roy runners tied for first place. Steve Winward. 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