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THE BAYTOWN SUN Monday, March 31, 1986 3-B Black hurls Rebels to split with Blinn From Page 1-B >s , NEW YORK Mets shortstop Ron Gardenhire can't during Sunday's exhibition reach a grounder hit by Cincinnati's Nick Esasky Petersburg, Fla. game in St. (AP photo) Brewers minus two players from World Series season from Bellaire gave up a hit in five of the six innings he worked, but none of the runners got past second base. Fruge came on in the seventh to nail down the save. Black received all the support he would need in the second inning, when the Rebels exploded for four runs. A two-run double by first baseman Henry DeLeon was the big blow. Greg Sims and Mauro Trevino contributed run- scoring singles. LC added a run in the third inning on Jay Moore's infield hit. Tim Herrmann suffered the loss. He struck out seven, but was plagued by seven walks. The Rebels were the ones who struggled at the piate in the opening game, as Sims' single in the third inning and Trevino's single in the fourth were the only hits against Garza and Foster. LC's best scoring opportunity came in the fourth, when it loaded the bases on Trevino's hit and walks to Rusty Hoke and Mike Easley. Tommy Reynolds then grounded into a fielder's choice. which plated a run and cut the deficit to 5-1. But after Mark Bookmyer walked to reload the bags, Foster relieved and got DeLeon to ground out. From there, Foster was in control. He walked four batters the remainder of the game, but he didn't allow a hit. LC stranded 11 runners. BHnn scored two runs in the first inning on a lead-off home run by shortstop Rod Harris and a run-scoring single by right fielder Scott Thoma. The Bucs upped their lead to 50 in the fourth inning. Herrmann, the designated hitter, delivered a two-run double. First baseman Jeff Gremillion drove him home with a single. Blinn, which is 17-8 overall, collected 10 hits off George Anderson and Byron Farrell. Anderson, 5-3, was the loser. He gave up six hits, walked two and struck out four. First game BLINN Harris ss . . . LecJb Herrmann dh Grcmillnlb . Thoma rf Pennye rf . . . Newbould If . Borchrdt 2b . Byrne cf ... Eberlee Totals ab ..3 . .3 . .4 ..4 ..2 2 . 3 . .4 ..4 3 32 r 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 h 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 10 bi i 0 2 1 1 0 0 u 0 0 5 LEE Bookmyercf DeLeon lb.. . SimsSb Tanlonc Walker If.... Trevino ss.. Hoke rf Kasley dh . . . Reynolds 2b. Totals ab 2 ..3 ..3 ..2 ..3 . .3 2 . 1 ..3 22 r 0 0 0 0 u 1 0 0 0 1 h 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 bl 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 u ] 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The .Milwaukee Brewers, a team that has gone downhill since reaching the World Series four years ago. are now minus two more players from their past. Pclc Vuckovich. who won the Cy Young Award in HW2 when he helped Milwaukee to the American League pennant, retired on Sunday A few hours later, the Brewers traded away another starting pitcher. .Moose Haas, to Oakland. The Brewers' Tim Leary, Chuck Porter and Ray Searage combined on a five-hitter to lead Milwaukee past the Chicago Cubs 4-0 Sunday. In return for Haas, a right-hander. Milwaukee got three minor leaguers and a player to be named later. Expos 5, Astros 3 Jim Wohiford sparked a four-run sixth inning with an RBI triple, and winning pitcher Floyd Youmans drove in a run with a single. Montreal's rally camo against Houston's Jim Deshaies. 2-1. and reliever Aurelio Lopez. Orioles 6, Braves 3 Scott McGregor became the first Baltimore pitcher to £o nine innings this spring, allowing six hits as the Orioles beat Atlanta. Tigers 3. Twins 0 Frank Tanana pitched seven innings of six-hit ball and combined with Don Heinkcl to shut out Minnesota. Pirates 13, Phillies 2 Junior Ortiz hit a three-run, pinch homer and H J Reynolds bad a three-run double, powering Pittsburgh over Philadelphia. Red Sox 7, Blue Jays 2 Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd. making his third spring outing, worked six innings and gave up two Toronto runs on five hits. Boyd missed more than a week earlier this month while undergoing tests for a minor liver condition. Mets 6, Reds 4 Ron Darling won his third spring game without a Blinn 200 300 0—5 tee 000 100 0—1 E — Sims. Reynolds. Thoma. LOB — Blinn 10. Lee 11. 2B Herrmann. Gr«million. Borchardl HR - Harris. SB - Lee, Byrne. Cerny S Trevino. IP Blinn Garza (Wt 3=3 Foster 3 1 -i Lee Anderson < L. 5-3 > 3 Farrell 4 BLINN Second game LEE ab r h bi Harris ss. . . Lee3b.. Cerny dh. .. Thoma dh . . . Gremillnlb . Pennye rf . . Jones If Newbould i( . Byrne cj Borchrdt 2b Eberlee Totals. Blinn Lee .3 0 3 (1 ..20 ..10 ..'10 . .3 U ..10 ..20 . .3 0 ..3 0 . . 1 U 25 0 0 0 1 u 2 0 1 U 1 1 0 6 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 (1 0 0 0 o Bookmvercl Hoku rf DeLeon lb Sims :»j Tanton c . . , Walker If. . .. Binpnam dh Trevino ss. . Moore cf . . . . Easley 2b , . . Reynolds 2b Totals 000 041 ab . . :i . 0 .-! . . 1 . . 2 2 - . 1 ..2 . .:) . . i '2 .21 000 000 r 0 Ij 1 II 1 II 1 1 1 0 0 5 h U o 1 1 1 0 !> 1 ] 11 0 5 bi I! 1 2 1 U 0 II 1 1 I) IJ S n — a X— 5 H R ER BB SO 0 E - Sims. DP - Lee 2. LOB - Blinn ft. Lee l>. 2B — DeLeon. Cerny. Gremillion. Borchardi. SB — Moore. S — Binghnm. IP H R ER BB SO Blinn Herrmann (L) C 5 5 5 7 7 -' Lee Black <W. 6-3) 6 5 0 Fruge ... i i u 1 WP — Herrmann 2. PB — Eberlc. I Major leagues loss, going six innings. Darling's streak of consecutive innings without a run ended at 20 when Cincinnati scored in the second on a double by Bo Diaz. New York reached 20-game winner Tom Browning. 0-2, and relievers Rob Murphy and John Franco for 13 hits. Dave Parker drove in three Reds runs with two doubles. Yankees 3, Rangers 2 Butch Wynegar's pinch-single with two outs in the 10th inning lifted New York over Texas. Mike Pagliarulo led off the 10th by drawing a walk from Dwayne Henry, and after a forceout. Derwin McNealy singled. Royals 6, White Sox 4 Charlie Leibrandt gave up one earned run in six innings for his first victory of the spring. Cardinals 7, Dodgers 1 Rick Ownbey and St. Louis rookies Pat Perry and Joe Boever combined on a two-hitter, with Ownbey allowing only a double by Greg Brock over six innings. A's 11, Giants 5 Oakland's Dave Kingman and Mike Davis each hit tliree-run homers to lead Oakland over San Francisco. Davis connected in the first inning shot off Scott Garrelts. Indians 7, Mariners 5 Pat Tabler drove in three runs with three hits as Cleveland took a 5-0 lead against Seattle starter Mark Langston. Gorman Thomas hit a two-run homer for the Mariners and Jack Perconte added a triple and a double. Padres 9, Angels 4 Terry Kennedy drove in three runs, two \\-ith a homer, and Steve Garvey also hit a two-run homer for San Diego. John Kruk drove in three runs for the Padres. Scoreboard Baseball TJCAC standings W L PctGB San Jauntn <2.v.^i 4 o i ooo Laredo 123-S .31 750 i Leo 129-1.V ..22 5<H| 2 Blinn i17 H, . .. i :! .25(1 :i Ah in ' lj i'-)' . . .. i ,) 2,V) :i Tex South '2-lKi .1 :i 250 .i LAST WEEK Tuesday's games Blinn 12-8, Hill 0-1 Wednesday's games Lut'4'7. Uelgadoi-s Ljrciin :M; Texas Southmosl 2-0 Thursday's games Lee G-l. Del^ndo l-S Alvin:l-T. Blum 8-1 Lareduy-1. Texas Soulhmosl 2-7 Saturday's games l.ec 1-3. Rlmnri-0 San Jacinliift-io. Alvin :M) Exhibition standings AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Detroit New York Oakland Toronto Texas Chicago California Cleveland . Baltimore Minnesota Boslon Seattle Kansas CHv Pet. Montreal 8 13 .381 Houston 8 H 364 Chicago 3 16 .360 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not. Sunday's games Boston 7. Toronto 2 New York Mels6. Cincinnati 4 Si Louis 7. Los Angeles 1 Detroit 3. Minnesota 0 Kansas City 6. Chicago White Sox •I New York Yankees 3. Texas 2. 10 innings. 1st game Texas vs. New York Yankees. 2nd game, ppd . rain Pittsburgh 13. Philadelphia 2 Montreal 5, Houston2 Baltimore 6. Atlanta 3 Milwaukee 4. Chicago Cubs 0 Oakland 11, San Franciscoa Cleveland 7. Seattle 5 San Diego 9. California 4 Basket ball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Phoenix 29 44 .39727 Seattle 29 47 .38228'; L.A. Clippers 28 47 .373 29 GoldenState 28 48 .368 29'- x-clinehcd playoff berth y-clinched division title and playoff berth z-clinched conference title Sunday's games Boston 122, New Jersey 117 Philadelphia 114. Dallas 113 Seattle 103. Phoenix 89 L.A. Lakers 124. Golden State 117 Monday's games No games scheduled !.! 8 r.i « u » .12 8 II y .12 11 . .... 11 11 . ... II 12 .... 10 12 ... 10 13 a 13 .... 9 13 . 7 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE z-Boslon x-Phildlphia . x-New Jersey x-Washingtn . New York W 61 .49 .36 .35 L Pet. GB Hockey NHL standings WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T PtsGFGA x-Phi!dlphia .49 23 4 102 319 231 x-Washngton. 48 x-NY lslndrs.37 NY Rangers .35 Pittsburgh... 33 New Jersey . 26 Central Division New York Atlanta Pittsburgh San Francisco Cincinnati San Diego Philadelphia St. Louis Los Angeles .500 47H .•).» .4:15 40S AW .600 591 .526 51!4 .522 520 .5(H) .V«l .409 x-Milwaukee ... .52 x-Atlanta 46 x-Dctroit 42 Cleveland 28 Chicago 26 Indiana 23 .824 .645 13 .474 26 ,4€7 26 1 ,293 39 1 -.. .693 — .505 6'v .560 10 .378 23 u .347 26 .333 27 y-Quebec Montreal Boslun... Hartford. Buffalo .. 22 6 102 299 ZS8 27 12 86 304 268 36 5 75 261 2S4 35 8 74 300 285 47 3 55 284 346 Adams Division ...42 ...38 ... 36 ...37 ...36 89 319 281 83 318 271 S3 302 280 78 314 291 78 287 280 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division x-Chicago 37 31 8 82336333 x-Minnesota .36 x-St. Louis ...36 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division x-Toronto 25 Detroit 16 32 33 45 54 81 314 295 80 292 281 56 304 369 38 256 398 x-Houslon. x-Denver.... x-Dallas x Utah Sacramento. San Antonio . .46 .44 .40 .39 .33 33 Pacific Division T.-L A. Lakers . . .57 18 Portland .. .613 .587 2 .541 5'-j .513 7'; .440 13 .429 14 .7fiO - Stnythe Division y-Edmonlon .54 16 7 115 412 295 31 9 83 333 303 41 13 57 266 313 16 6 56 282 360 Davis paces REL track, field team .. 36 39 .4BO 21 Dayton I^TIRE x-Calgary— 3 " Vancouver.. .22 Winnipeg 25 Los Angeles.. 23 47 7 53 275 375 x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Sunday's games Boston 5 Buffalo 3 Toronto 5. Chicago 4. OT Vancouver4. Calgary 2 Monday's games New Jersey at N.Y, Rangers Winnipeg at Los Angeles Misc. Local calendar MONDAY Baseball Ross S. Sterling sophomores v.s Clear Lake. 5 pm.. Clear Lake TUESDAY Baseball Robert E. Lee varsity vs Pasadena Kayhurn. 7 p.m Memorial Kielcl. Sterling varsity vs. North Shore. 7pm.. NorlhSliore. Lee junior varsity vs Kayburn. 4:30 p.m.. Kayburn. Sterling junior varsity vs. North Shore. 7 p.m.. Winnie Brown Field Tennis Lee College v.s Wharlon fount> Junior College 2p.m.. LC courts Golf Lee, Sterlitm girls m Bavlown Invitational, all day. LakrHoiislon Transactions GASEBALL American League Baltimore Orioles — Senl Bill Swaggertv and Odi'll Jones, pitchers, and Al Purdo. calcher. to Rochester of !he Internationa! League. Chicago White Sox - Opiionett Scott Bradley, catcher, and Russ Morman. third baseman, lo Buffalo of Ihe American Association. Sent Bryan Clark, pitcher, to their minor-league camp for reassignment. Milwaukee Brewers — Announced the retirement of Pete Vuckovich. pitcher. Traded Moose Haas, pitcher, lo the Oakland As lor Steve Kieler. infielder. .Mike Fulmer and Pete Kendrick. pitchers, and cash 9O DAYS Dayton Tire HOUSTON - Robert K. Lee's girls track ;md field team warmed up for this week's Nig Brown Relays in Pasadena by competing in Saturday's Rice Bayou Classic at Rico University. The highest Lee finisher was Karen "Davis, whose discus throw of 114 feet, 9 inches was good for fourth place. Lisa Peters took sixth in the 100 meters with a time of 13.0 seconds, while Gianna Richards was sixth in the 200 meters at 26.5. Judy Hodgson ran the 3.000 meters in 12.29 and the 1,500 meters in 5:31.9. The 400-meter relay team of Angie Bronca (prelims*. Desiree Thomas (finals), Louise Wilkins. Ta Ta Merrill and Pelers grabbed seventh place wilh the lime of 50.9. Richards, Nelda Navar, Dedra Wynne and Krisla Bosse ran the l.fiOO-meter relay in 4:21, while the 800-meter relay team consisted of Wilkins, Wynne, Bosse and Richards. Mahaf fey TPC champ PONTE VEDRA, Fla. < AP) The Tournament Players Championship was in Larry Mize's [ hands. It was his to win or lose. He lost it. He lost it to veteran John Mahaffey, who needed only a final round of 71, one under par, to come from four strokes back '•• and beat Mize by a shot Sunday ; in the annual championship of : golfs touring pros. Mize lost it on a final round of •76, including bogeys on four of -the last five holes. The last of -'those was on the 18th, where a " three-foot par putt missed and ^Mahaffey nailed a slightly . shorter one for the winning par. ; "Choke is a word a lot of us don't like. But, yeah, I guess I Sports briefs did." said Mi/.e. who has an unhappy history of letting last- round leads slip away. "They say that every time you get in this position, you gain something, you learn something. 1 don't know right now. I'm too disappointed to think anon! it." he said, his head down, his shoulders slumped, his wife beside him with tear-streaked face. Ranford stirs memories By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Ranford is reviving memories of Ken Dryden in Boston. The Bruins can only hope he's headed for a similar career. Dryden broke into Ihe National Hockey League in the final weeks of the 1970-71 season. He was unbeaten in six regular- season starts, then stoned the Bruins — who had the best record in the league — in the opening round of the playoffs. Dryden went on to the Hall of Fame after backstopping Mon- Ireal lo Ihe '71 title and five more. Now Ranford, a 19-year- old goaltender. is reminding people of Dryden. On Sunday. Ranford stopped 35 shots in helping the Bruins to a 5-3 victory over Ihe Buffalo Sabres. On Salurday, in his first N'HL start, he beat the Sabres 21. "I felt really good the past two days and I know when you are on a roll it seems everything is going right," said Ranford, who had a 17-29-1 record with a 4.84 average in 53 games at New Westminsler of Ihe Weslern Junior Hockey League. "We are playing really well right now with great defense and maybe that's why it was a little easier for me out there." Elsewhere Sunday, it was Toronto 5, Chicago 4 in overtime, and Vancouver 4, Calgary 2. Les gives West victory DALLAS (AP) — Bradley guard Jim Les hopes he made an impression on pro scouts witnessing the East-West All- America basketball game. "It's hard to say how much good a game like this does you but I know it didn't hurt," Les said after his 30-foot jumper at the buzzer gave the West a 94-92 victory on Sunday in the 24th annual game matching college '' senior all-stars. "I am an assist player." said Les. "The quality of players we have here makes me look better." Nalional Basketball Association scouts attended the game to check out prospects for this season's draft. Les was among the standouts, hitting all five of his shots from the field. He dished out seven assists. The most valuable player trophy went to Georgetown's David Wingate, who led the East with 14 points. Becker defeats Lendl CHICAGO — Boris Becker, the West German teen-age sensation, upset Ivan Lendl, the world's top-ranked tennis player, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 to capture the $315,000 Volvo-Chicago Tournament Sunday. First place was worth $50,000. The 18-year-old Becker needed a tie-breaker to win the first set and then broke Lendl's service in the seventh game of the second set to zero in on his first indoor tournament title. SAME AS CASH Rodkal traction *s~3 97 fuel efficiency! Dayton Blue Ribbon /V Steel Belted Radial • Two steel belts for strength and durability. • Easy-rolling radial polyester cord body conserves gas 185/80R-13 budget prices! Dayton Jhorobred Poly Strong, smooth-riding po'yester cord body 62 *_26 A78-13 CUSTOM WHEEL SALE PUKED °° BRIGHT ANOOIZEO ALUMINUM FINISH REL, RSS golfers set for Baytown event Long-wearing, fuel efficient radial white walls! DcryKm Ihoiobr»d' From Page 1-B 80s and low 90s," said Taylor. "Dee Dee has been sick, but she's still shooting Jn the high 90s. "Pam has been consistently in the 110s. Kathy knocked 23 strokes off her game at the Barbers Hill tournament when she shot a 118. She's really coming on." Taylor said the only problem associated with playing at Lake Houston has been getting warmed up. "There have been major problems for us getting practice times," Taylor said. "But from what I hear, it's a beautiful course. The girls all look at it as a challenge, a challenge they feel they can handle. "Looking at the field, there seem to be a lot of good golfers. Memorial should be tough and Sterling is good. Sterling has been having some good team scores. We'll be interested in seeing Rayburn, too, since they're the only other district team entered. We're looking forward to a good tournament." The Baytown Invitational will mark the final competition for Lee and Sterling until the District 23-5A. tournament, which is set for April 15 at Texaco Country Club. * U ,,,tn IMS/7SI-U |MI/rM-14j Im/7M-ti 3lllf7il.1I •IjJJ/JSt-M ilm/jw-u 41.47 41. IS M.M fl.M cnlo.cn *34" U5/*M.ll MARCH DEALS! TiBflrte Protectors Mm* Cbroift* SUtMff Tnrek Step Ptetw MK« WMt* Spot* ocks Uf Wrwdi M2' '52 LONG'S TIRE \

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