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* •» -4 D-2 the Arizona Republic MAIL Republic Friday, Jme 29,1193 Triple Crown winner Secretariat is led down ramp at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. The standout runner was flown in Thursday for the Arlington Invi- Associafed Press tational. In Saturday's $125,000 race, Secretariat will match strides over the 1 1/8 miles course with three challengers to his invincibility. Red Sox win, 16-7, lose, 4-2 Associated Press » BOSTON — Boston's Reggie Smith belted a first-inning two-run homer and the Red Sox added a four-run fourth land a six-run sixth to rout the Cleveland Indians, 16-7, and earn a split in Thursday's doubleheader. John Ellis' windblown three^run homer into the left field ^screen in the fourth inning, ••powered the Inmans to a 4-2 ^victory in the opener. "In the second game, :; Smith's eighth homer of the -season, following a walk to Luis Aparicio, was offset by two Cleveland runs in the sec- 'ond. Chris Chambliss stroked »an RBI single and later •'scored on a wild pitch. After trading single runs, the Red Sox took a 7-3 lead in the fourth as Tommy Harper and Aparicio contributed run- scoring singles. Boston put the game out of reach in the sixth. Bob Culp, (1-3) battling back from shoulder surgery, retired the first nine Cleveland batters before walking John Lowenstein to start the fourth inning of the first game. After a forceout, he hit George Hendrick with a pitch before Ellis hit his sixth homer of the season. The Indians added an unearned run in the seventh. Rico Petrocelli hit his 10th FIRST GAME CUEVELA a N b%b, BOS abrhb,. S?eV b4 3?J8S^ Jli RTorres rf 1000 Flsk c 4 0 0 0 Hendrick cf 3110 Ystrmskl If 4010 Ellis dh 3113 Harper pr 0 00 0 Spikes If 3000 Cepedo dh 4000 ChmbHss Ib A 0 0 0 Petrocelli 3b 3 1 1 1 Duncan c 2000 Cater b 4 0 1 0 Brohamr 2b 4110 Apariclo.ss 3000 Cardenas ss 3010 Guerrero 2b 3000 Tidrow p 0000 Culp p S 2 2 S Tlmermn p 0000 Newhasr p J>Jp_0_0 Total 7<Ti~5 3 Total 32 2 7 1 Cleveland 000 300 100— 4 Boston 0110MOOO-J E— Guerrero. DP— Cleveland 1. LOB — Cleveland 6, Boston 6. 2B-R.MIIIer, Hendrick. HR-Pelrocelli yO'^Ems^)^ Tidrow (W,S 8) 7 4 2 2 2 .1 Tlmermn 2 3 0 0 1 2 Culp (L.I-3) 71-3 4 4 3- Newhauser 12-3100 Savc-Timermn (2). HBP-by (Hendrick), by Newhauser (Duncan), T— 2:42. homer in the second inning off winner Dick Tidrow (5-8) to give the Red Sox the lead and they made it 2-0 in the' third on Rick Miller's double and Smith's single. SECOND GAME CLEVELAND BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h W Lowenstn 3b 4 1 2 0 Harper If 6121 WWillms ph 1000 Aparicio ss 3321 Gamble clh 3010 Guerrero ss 1001 RLolich dh 2000 RSmith cf 2212 Hendrick cf -4 0 1 2 DEvans rf 2020 Ellis c 5230 Cepeda dh 5121 Spikes II 4220 Oglivic dh 1000 Chmbliss Ib 3132 Petrocelli 3b 2 0 1 I Brohamr 2b 2011 BHuntcr 3b 1000 Ragland 2b 2000 Cater Ib 4222 RTorres rf 4000 RMIIIcr rf 4321 Duffy ss 4110 Mntamry c 5334 Bosnian p 0000 JKennedy 2b 3 1 2 2 Lamb p 0000 Pattln p 0000 Kokich p 0000 Morel p 0000 JJohnsn n 0000 Total 38 7~in Total • 39 16 19 16 Cleveland 030 110 021— 7 Boston 2!04<M03x—U E—Duffy, Hendrfck. DP-Cleveland 1, Boston 2. LOB—Cleveland 6, Boston 9. 2B—Spikes, J.Kennedy/ Lowenstelp, Aparicio, Cater, R.Miller, Duffy. 3B—Mont- goniry. HR—R.Smith (8). SB—Low- cnsteln. SF—Colcr f Hendrick, J.Kennedy, Guerrero. IP H R ER BB SO Bosnian (L.2-8) 3 85420 Lamb 21-35 6 6 3 1 Kekich 12-322211 J.Johnson 1 43311 Pattin (W,8-9) S 74402 Moret 4 73314 Savc-Moret (I). WP—Pattin 2. T—3:03. A-15,139. Tigers in rally DETROIT (AP) - Willie Horton and Dick McAuliffe delivered a pair of two-out singles in the eighth inning Thursday night, lifting Detroit to an 8-6 comeback victory over Milwaukee. The Tigers, trailing 6-5, loaded the bases on Aurelio Rodriguez' leadoff single and a pair of two-out walks to. II Culp Top Ten BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Based on 125 at Bats. AMERICAN LEAGUE Player Club Blombero NY W.Horlon Del Carcw Min Blair Bal P.Kelly Chi Mayberry KC Henderson Chi D.Allen Chi ' Kirkpalrlck KC R.Jackson Oak G 46 45 64 61 56 75 36 68 61 74 AB 137 168 246 194 221 263 135 242 220 278 R 24 23 43 28 36 54 21 39 36 51 H 55 57 82 62 70 83 42 75 68 85 Pet. .401 .339 .333 .320 .317 .316 .311 .310 .309 .306 a Mavberry, Kansas ClTy, 19; Fisk, Boston, li; D.Allen, Chicago, 16; Hendrick, Cleveland, 15; Spikes, Cleveland, 14; Bando Oakland, 14; R.Jackson, Oakland, Runs Baited In Mayberrv, Kansas City, 72; R.Jackson, Oakland, 61; Murcer, New York, 48; Mellon, Chicago, 46; Darwin, Minnesota, Pitching (i Decisions) Lee, Boston. 9-2, .818; Sinoer, California, 12-3, .800; Hunter. Oakland, |l-3, .786; Colborn, Milwaukee. 10-3. .769; McDaniel, New York, 6-2, .750; Swlitloilt, Kansas City, 10-4, .714; Pino, Oakland, 5 2, .714; Palmer, Baltimore, 84, .667. NATIONAL LEAGUE Player Club Alota LA Unscr Phi Hultop Phi Walson Hid Madden SF Goodson SF Torre StL Fairly Mon Cecleno Htn Matthews SF G 47 57 48 74 62 63 63 61 61 66 AB 159 174 131 278 242 233 221 173 239 218 R 20 30 22 54 30 22 36 27 44 30 H 56 60 45 92 80 77 73 56 77 68 Pet. .352 .345 ,344 .331 .331 .330 .330 .324 .322 .312 Home Runs Stareell, Pittsburgh, 22; H.Aaron. Atlanta, 19; Bonds, SanFronclsco, 19; Monday, Chicago, 18; Evans, Atlanta. 17 Runs Bolted In Bench, Cincinnati, 55; Start/oil, Pitls- burah, 52; Watson, Houston, 51; F-ergu- 'ton, Los Angeles, 49; Bonds, SonFran- Cisco, 49. Pitching (6 Decisions) ' Brett, Philadelphia, 72, .7/6; Obiccn, Los Angeles, 103, .769; Wise, St. Louis, 9 3, .750; Twitchell, Philadelphia, 62. 750; McAnolly, Montreal, 52, .714; Porkn, NeAY York, S-2, .714; Bryant, SonPran- Cisco, 12.-5, .706; John, Los Angeles, 7-3, ,;oo. Tony Taylor and Al Kaline, setting the stage for Horton's two-run single and another RBI - hit by McAuliffe. George Scott's bad-hop single in the seventh inning drove home Don Money to snap a tie and give the Brewers the lead. Milwaukee, trailing 1-0 during a SO-minute rain delay after 2Va innings, teed off on Mickey Lolich for three runs in the fourth and two in the fifth. Detroit scored four times off Chris Short in the fourth. Consecutive home runs by May and Brown, plus back- to-back doubles by Ellie Rodriguez and John Briggs gave the Brewers their three runs in the fourth. Brown doubled in the two runs the next inning. Detroit got a single, three doubles and a triple for its MILWAUKEE DETROIT ab r h bl ab r h bi TJol,nson ss 5110 MStonlev cl 4100 Money 3p 4130 TTaylor 2b 3111 DMay cl 5221 Kaline Ib 3 ? 1 0 OIBrown dll 5123 WHorton if 4023 Scott Ib 4011 FHt'WOrd dh 3010 EIRdrgez c 4110 MAulilfe dh 2011 Briggs II 4011 Sims c 4110 Colucclo rl 4010 Sharon rl 2110 Garcia 2b 4000 Cash Ib 2000 Short p 0000 ARodrgez to 4 1 2 I Chmpion p 0000 EBrnkmn ss 4 1 1 2 Gardner p 0000 MLoMch p 0000 Linzy p 0000 BMIMer p 0000 Hilier p 0000 Total 39 6 12 6 Total 35 8 II 8 Milwaukee ' 000 320100— 6 Oclrgit 100 400 03x-8 E—Money. LOE—Milwaukee 7, Detroit 10. 2B-Kal!ne, EIRdrgez, Briggs. Sin's, A.Rodriguez. E.BrinKmap, OIBrown. 3B — T.Tailor. HR-D.May (13), OIBrown 15.'. S-W.Horlon. IP H R ER BB SO 4 22-3 1 1-3 41-3 32-3 I runs in the fourth. Ed Brinkman drove in two of the runs with a double. Taylor got another in with a triple, and Rodriguez doubled home one. Orioles 1 back BALTIMORE (AP) - Don Baylor's triple off the glove of New York right fielder Matty Alou scored the winning run for Baltimore in the sixth, inning and the Orioles edged the Yankees, 6-3, Thursday night. By completing a sweep of the two-game series, the Orioles moved to within one game of first-place New York in the American League East. Baylor's two-out fly near the foul line scored Paul Blair, who had opened the inning by beating out an infield single off loser Sam McDowell (201), and put Baltimore ahead 4-2. Thurman Munson then opened the New York seventh with his llth homer, but reliever Grant Jackson, who has allowed three runs in his last 14 appearances covering 33 1-3 innings, settled down to record his fourth victory 'against no defeats. Run-scoring singles by Bobby Grich and Tommy Davis highlighted a "three-run third for the Orioles. Four New York singles off rookie Jesse Jefferson produced two runs in the fourth, with Graig Nettles and Callison getting the RBIs. Baltimore iced the game with two runs in the eighth. NEW YORK BALTIMORE ab rhbl ab r h bi Clarke 2b 401 0 Rettcnmd rt' 4 1 00 White It 3000 Grlch 2ta 3211 MAlou Ib 412 0 Blair cf 4220 Murcer cf 4000 TDavis dh 3021, Blomberg dh 2 1 1 0 EWillams Ib 3 0 0 1 Hart dh 2 00 0 Baylor II 3012 4021 BRobinsn 3b'3 0 0 0 2011 Etchebrn c 4010 2000 Belanger ss 4 1'2 1 Jefferson p 4000 GJackson p 0000. 0000 The victory gave Woodson a 7-4 record and dropped Brobert to 4-6. MINNESOTA TEXAS ab rh bl ab r h bl Carew 2b. 5121 DNelson 2b . 4 0 1 0 Terrell ss •• 4001 Harrah ss 2000 Oliva dh 4010 AJohnsn dh 3000 Darwin rf 4000 Carty If 4010 Braun 3b 3120 Spencer Ib 4010 Hisle cl .1111 Burripphs rf 3 0 ! 0 Lis Ib 4010 Harris 3b 2000 Mitlcrwld c 3 0 1 0 Billings c 3010 Holt II 4110 Madaox cT 3000 RWooclsn p 0000 Broberg p 0000 Total ' 34 4 9 3 Total 28 0 5 0 Minnesota 002 200 000— 4 Texas 000 000 000— 0 E—Broberg. DP—Minnesota 2, Texas 1. LOB—Minnesota 7, Texas 5'. 2B—Carew, Braun 2, Billings. SB—Harris, Carew, Hisie. S—Harrah, Terrell. IP • li R ER BB SO RWooclstl (W.7-4) t 50032 Broberg (L,4-6) 9 94434 WP—Broberg, R.Woodson. T—2:12. A— 3,992. Vida in form OAKLAND (AP) - Vida Blue surrendered three hits before giving way to Rollie Fingers in the eighth and the Oakland A's held on for a 3-2 decision over the Kansas City Royals Thursday night. KANSAS CITY . OAKLAND 'ab r h bl ' ob r h bl Palek ss 3000 Compnris ss 3 0 1 1 Hopkins ph 1000 North cf 4010 FWhite ss 0000 Bando 3b 3000 Roias !b 4010 RJackson rf 4000 Otis cf 4110 DeJohnsn dh 3 1 1 0 Mayberrv Ib 2 0 0 0 Tcnace Ib 3110 Plniella If 3001 Rudi If 0000 School 3b 3000 Mantiual If 2010 Bevoua dh 3000 Fosse c 1 2100 McRae rf 2000 Ttrillo 2b 3011 Healv c 3111 Blue p 0000 Busby p 0000 Fingers p 0000 ' Total 28 2 3 2 Total 27 3 6 2 Kansas City 000 000 no— 2 Oakland OJOOOOOOx— 3 - E—Potek, F.Whtte. DP—Kansas City !, Oakland 2. LOB—Kansas City 2, Oakland 4. HR—Healv (2). SB—Otis, Manguqi. S — Rudi. SF—Campaneris. IP H R ER BB SO Busby (L.4-8) 8 63328 Blue (W.7-31 72-.1 32234 Fingers 11-30 0 0 0 5 Save-Flnoers (7). WP—Blue 2. T- 2:27. A—5,665. Schaal 3b Taylor c Splittorff p ^ fl r , Tenace Ib 1000 MahgualTf 0000 Hunter p 4120 4000 4010 0000 GNettles 3b Ccillison rf FAlou Ib Munsbn c Mlchoet ss McDowell p McDaniel p Tptal 31 2 6 2 Tolal 31 3 8 2 One out when winning run scored. 1100 0 0 0,0' o o oo Kansas City Oakland 002000000— 2 000 020 001- 3 35 3 9 3 Total 28 6 7'5 Tolal New York 000 200 100- 3 Baltimore 003 001 OJx- t E—Callison. DP—New York 1, Baltimore I. LOB—New York 7,'Baltimore 5. 3B-Bavlor. HR—Munson (11). SB—'Munson. SF—Baylor, IP H R ER BB SO McDowell (L.2-1) 7 64331 McDaniel 1 12230 Jefferson 42-372 2 1 3 G.Jackson (W.4-0) 41-3 2 11 1 0 T-2:07. A-26,012, E-F.Wh!te, Patek.DP—Kansas Cl LOB—Kansas City 6, Oakland 10. Fosse. HR—Mayberry (19), Tenace S—Camnaneris, DeJonnson. L,10-4) 81-3 -8 3 2 (13). Short Champion Gardner (LOT' L ir,;y " Loiich B'.».,ller (W,l-O.i Hilier Save-Hiiler (15). WP—Champion. 3.03. A-li.155. 1 T- Carew stars ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP) Minnesota's Dick Woodson shackled the Texas Rangers on five hits and second baseman Rod Carew provided the offensive highlight with a steal of home Thursday night as the Twins moved to a 4-0 victory. The Twins jumped on Texas starter Pete Broberg for two runs in the third inning highlighted by Carew's steal of home. Jim Holt opened, the frame with a single and went to third as Carew doubled down the left field line. Shortstop Jerry Terrell scored Holt with a squeeze bunt. With two out, Carew caught Broberg by surprise and easily stole home. Carew collected an RBI single in the fourth. Steve Braun doubled into left center and Larry Hisle scored Braun with a single to center. Hisle stole second and came home on Carew's &U. CHICAGO ' PKellv rf Muser If DAIIen Ib Melton 3b CMay dh Hrrmann c Orta 2b Sharp cf Leon ss BJohnsn p Forster p Total A-7,990. ab r h bl CALIFORNIA abrhbl 4000 Alomar 2b • ' - Plnson If 4010 4000 3000 3101 3021 _ JO 3 0 1 1000 Meol! ss 3011 -. 3000 ML_. __ 0000 Torborq c 0000 Singer 30 1 4 1 Total = Robnsn dh 2001 Epstein Ib 3112 chnblm rf 3010 itanton rf 0000 Jerry cf 4030 'allagher 3b 3 0 0 3 l o . 0 Schnblm rf 300 26 3 7 3 Chicago California 00 000 010— 1 003 000 OOx- 3 2. DP—Chicago 4, . ..,_,-, _, ilcagp 2,.Calif! ' _pstein (3). SB- Pinson. SF—F.Robin.sop. E—Herrmann, Leon .. _. Calf/ornia. l. LOB—Chicago 2, Ca< - HR-Epstein (3). SB-r • - - : ornia Orta. S—Alomar, B Johnson (L,l-l) R ER BBSO gives Cubs split Asiociated Press CHICAGO - Hick Monday belted two home runs Thursday, the second one a twiMlhi tie-breaker in the seventh inning, to power the Chicago Cubs to a 4-2 victory over the Montreal Expos. Earlier, Bob Bailey's tie- breaking single in the 18th inning gave the Expos a 5-4 win in the completion of a game suspended by darkness Wednesday after 12 innings. Adrian Garrett, batting for winner MiltPappas (5*5), Singled with one'out before Monday crashed his 18th homer of the year, a drive into the right field seats off Steve Renko (6-5).,, ' Bailey's 13th home run of the season put the Expos ahead in the second inning but the Cubs tied it in the third on Monday's first homer, then went ahead in the , sixth on doubles by Jose Cardenal and Randy Hundley. Boots Day's homer knotted it, 2-2. in the sixth. Burt Hooton (8-5), Chicago's seventh pitcher in the suspended game, walked a pair before Bailey delivered his winning hit, ending the four hour 50-minute marathon. Cub starter Larry Gura had been sailing along with a three-hit 2-0 shutout until Bailey led off the seventh with his first homer. Jack Aker, who relieved Gura, was greeted by Ken Singleton's score-tying eighth home run. Ron H u n t's bases-loaded single in the top of the ninth put the Expos on top, 3-2, before Santo sent things into extra innings with his homer in the bottom of the inning. The Expos broke on top after the game was resumed in th 13th when Bailey hit his 12th homer — but Santo tied it again with another homer, his 10th of the season. FIRST CAME MONTREAL CHICAGO ab r h bi ' ab r h bl Hunt 2b 8031 Monday cf 5120 Mashorc If 3000 Kcssingcr ss 6 0 0 0 Joracnsn If 5020 Bonham p 1000 Woods cf 6010 Burrls n 0 0 O'O TWalker p 0000 AGarretf ph 1000 Scott p 0000 Hooton p 0000 PJarvis p 0000 BWillams If 6010 Stinson ph 1000 Bourciue Ib 4111 Stoneman p 0 1 0 0 Hickman Ib 3 0 1 0 HBreeden Ib 7 0 0 0 Santo 3b .7232 Bailey 3b 6243 Hiser rf 8000 Singleton rf 6211 Hundley c 4010 Boccablla c 8020 CJames pr 0000 Foil ss 3010 Rudolph c 4000 Fairly ph 0000 Popovich 2b 8040 Fi icis ss 4000 Gura p 2000 Torrez R 3010 Aker p 1000 Humphry ph 1 0 0 0 LaRoche p 0000 MMarshll p 0000 Carclcnal ph 1000 Day ct 3008 Locker p 0000 Becker) 2b 4000 Total 64 5~15 5 Total 65 4 '13 3 EXPOS 000 000 201 000 100 001— S Cubs 100 001 001 000 100 000— 4 E—Locker. DP—Montreal 2, Chicago.5. LOB—Monlreal 12, Chicago.14. 2B—Santo, Popovich, Jorgcnsen. HR—Bourquc (6), Bailey 2 (12), Singleton (8), Santo 2 (10). IP H R ER BB SO 8 1-3 1-3 21-3 4 6 21-3 2-3 3 3 1 2 Torrez M.Marshall T.Wcilkcr Scot I PJarvis Stoneman 1W.3-4) Gura Akcr LaRoche Lo eker Bonham Burris Hooton (L.8-5) WP—Torrez 2. T—4:50. 4 3 2 0 1 3 4 3 J 3 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 ,0 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 ' 2 0 Wednesday's late boxes KANSAS CITY OAKLAND ' ab r h bi ab r h bl Patek ss 4010 Campnris ss 3 1 1 0 FWhite 2b 3000 North cf 5011 Otis cf 3110 Bando 3b 2000 Mayberrv Ib 4 1 1 2 RJackson rf 4020 Hopkins dh 4010 DeJohnsn dh 3 0 0 0 Pln1ella.lt 4010 Tenace Ib 211 Klrkpatrk rf 4 0 0 0 Fosse c -_. .. • - ! o DGreen 2b SECOND GAME MONTREAL CHICAGO ob r h bl ob r h bl Hunt 2b 4010 Monday cf 4223 Day cf 3121 Becker! 2b 3000 Woods cf 1000 BWilloms If 2000 Fairly If 4030 Hlser If 1000 Singleton rf 40 0 0 Bourque Ib 4000 Jorgensn Ib 4000 Sonto 3b 4010 Baiiev 3b 4121 Cardenal rf 3110 Foli ss 3000 Hundley c 3011 Humphry c 3010 Kessinger ss 2 0 0 0 Renko.p 3000 LaRoche p 0000 Papnas p 2000 AGarrelt ph 1110 Total 33 2 9 2 Tolal 29 4 6 4 Monlreal 010 001 000- 2 Chicago 001 100 20x— 4 OP—Montreal 1, Chicago.2. LOB—Montreal 4, Chicago. S. 28—Cardenal, Hundley. HR—Bailey (13), Monday 2 (18), D ° V (3) ' IP H R ER BB SO Renko. (L.6-5) 8 64443 Paopas (W,5-5) 7 92201 LaRoche 2 00000 Save-LaRoche (3). T-2:12. A-17,617. Willie's 300th PITTSBURGH (A P) Dock Ellis fired a five-hitter and Willie Stargell slammed his 300th career homer, helping the Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-0 Thursday night. Ellis was in trouble only in the, eighth inning when the Car.ds bunched three of their hits. But a doubleplay preserved the right-hander's shutout. POOL TABLES and BOWLING SUPPLIES BOWLER'S THUMB 4322 N, 1th Ave, Phont 31MHI Off Manufacturer's Average Price BUY TIRES WAREHOUSE DIRECT-From TIRE STABLES WAREHOUSE 3412 E.Washington t 273*1656 Qpen Mon. thru $at, 8-5 P.M. Stargell gave Ellrs,<(,7-7) dll the hitting support JheimestteH in the first inning \when Ihe cracked his 23rdihomer<ol!the year, scoring behind 'Gene dines, who haditeti dff\with a bunt single. Al Oliver drovelinithreetPi- rate runs, with rumscoring doubles off loser ffitok Wire, (N) in the third and'fifth innings, and a outproducing single in the sixth. S t a r g e 11 's ,300th career home leaves him ijust'Oneibe- hind 'Ralph Kinef's ,301, an Pirate record. tn 10th ST LOUIS ob r h bt eb Brock If 4 01 Declines ff '5 Slzemore 2b 4.0 0 0 Btmguilln c Torre 3b Simmons c McCrvr Ib JCruz rf Dwver cf Tyson ss Wiser Hrobosky n Carbn.nh Pena p 4 0 0 0,AOIIvcr d 5 400 OiStaroelUt 2 4 00 OiDavallllo It 1 3 0 O.O'Hebner 3b '4 102 0-BRobrtsn 1b -.4 3.0 1 OlStennetl 2b '4 2 0 0 0'Alloy ss 2 (IOOO'EIHs-p 4 1010 0000 32 05 0 rh bl 2.2>'0 1 2 0 0 :4 3 1 ! 1 2 0.0 0 ;o 0,0 0 O'fl !|>0 1 TO OTO Tolnl 32 0 5 0 Total '35-'4 14 .5 SI. Louts -MO 000 000- 0 Pltllburdh .'20KO!2:OOX— '4 r— Slcnncll, Whc. I DP— SI. Louis 2. Pittsburgh I. LOB— St. Louis 5. 'Pltls- burah 10. ?B~A.OIivrr 7, Slennotl. .IB — A.OIivei-, HR— Startictl (23). SB-.Stmauil- Icn. S— Sanaulllen, Allov. IP II 'K CR'BB SO Wise d.,9-4) S2-3 V.' f> iS 7 .1 Hraboskv Vl-3 1 0 (I I 7 Pena 1 1 0 o 0 n Ellis (W.7-7) ; » 5 0 '0 0 S T-2:14. A-M.471. i(AP) - Gary Matthews Milled a two-out tttjille iin ttheilOtb inning, scor- iing (Saury .MaHdox with the tletiiding mun and lifting San lEramJiSGo tto »a 2-1 victory 'OverMousttonlDhUfsday night. Jim iBarr jpifched'ii six-hit- i.ter rfor tthe \vtoiMy, dutdueling iDave iRdbetts. •? j ; Mai.ti'.aoo.tf' #fle-out single ^tatted ithe (dUhts 1 winning itaily. iRdtoJrts ,and Barr had ibdtlleti 'through six scoreless iinrimgs. | an sthe nseverttb, Barr's one- iout ;sin.gle lied to the game's Hirst irun. 'ITito Fuentes and <Gai$ 'ffihomason followed with (Hits raritHBarrssbbred. Jit (tiUtolt ttdkd Houston long ito ttie fit tupi SBarr ran the i.courtt tto :2-and-2 on leadoff iman iLee May in the bottom (Of ithe seventh and the Houston Slugger flammed the next spitth 'into (the bleacher seats iin Heft .center for his 10th ho- (mcnof f the:season. Dodgers ATLANTA (^P) — iDave Lopes led a 17*hit .aasaiilt -.on Atlanta pitchers with ; three hits in Thursday's second game, giving ihim ;six iforithe night and (the iLos Angeles Dodgers defeated the Braves, 8-3, for a split in their rain- delayed double-header. The Braves won (the first game, 3-2, imakirjg ithe most of their three hits, 'two of which were homers "by Mike Lum and DarrelLEvans. Lefthander fTiomrm.y ,J:ohn (8-3) was the .winner ,in the nightcap, needing relief help from Jim Brewer during a three-run Atlanta sixth. Lopes led Loff, the game -with a triple, .later .adding two more singles -to ,go with .his three singles in the first game, and racecl 'home on Bill Buckner's single. Buckner's two hits ,in the .second game gave ihim five for ithe evening. Ron 'Gey calso drove in a first-inning run .for, a,2rO Dodger lead. Los Angeles -doubled .the. margin in .the third on'.Willie Crawford's runrscoring iloitble and a bases : loaded wdlk tto Chris Canriizzaro. Atlanta pulled ito within a run in the sixth, chasing John. Evans 'drove in 'the first run with a single -and Lum tripled in 'two more. In the 'first ;game, Atlanta jumped to a ! first-inning lead on Lum's 'homer, Shis 'sixth. Evans' blast tin.theeighth,<his 18th, won i the game if or .reliever Jim Panther , SflNfFRANCIJGO Ob nh'bi Fuentes 5b -S'O 10 Thomasn.ff ~5'0 3.1 'Moddox tl 51 20 Goodson 3b S O'l.'O Matthews If 50 ; 3(1 •Speler-ss 'JOOfl Klnaman Ib -4 0 : 1 ! T) "DVRader c :i>o 0''0 •"Barr p '4 ITO HOUSTON Anne rf ' Mctzgcr ss Cedono cf Watson If LMav Ib DaRader 3b Helms 2b Julze c DaRobrfs p JRav p Wynn ph oh 5 4 j 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 1 r 0 0, 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 hbi a o 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tolal 41 2 12 2 ; Tolal 36~1 «"T SanFranclsco 000 000 1001— 2 Houston 000000 1000- 1 LOB—SanFranclsco.10, Houston 6. 38 — Thomasson, MolfhcWs. HR—L.Mav (10;. Barr (W.6-71 10 6111? DaRoborls (L.7-5) 92-3 12 2 2 1 9 J.Rav 1-300000 WP-tDaRoberls. T-2:I6. A-20,046. Pdtds t'omp, 6-1 CINCINNATI (AP) -Nate Colbert and Clarence Gaston slammed long home runs to •back the .six-hit pitching of Clay Kirby and the San Diego Padres beat the slumping 'Cincinnati Reds, 6-1, Thursday -night. ; |Don GUllett (7-7), who has •"failed 'to -get past the sixth Inning -.in (each of his last six •starts, was -the victim of four O'f 'the 'Padres runs, three coming ihi the fourth to send •.the -young southpaw to an .early-shower. Dave .'Roberts opened the ifourth with a double and scored ion .Colbert's single before an infield error and Kirby's .first of two infield sin- gles accounted for two more.'" Gaston had started San Diego off in the second with a towering homer, his sixth.... Colbert stroked his seventh home run of the year in the seventh following Roberts' one-out single. Phils bury Mets NEW YORK (AP) -Tommy Button drove in four runs with a pair of homers and Del Unser added a two- run shot to highlight a 13-hlt attack Thursday that carried the Philadelphia Phillies to ah 11-4 victory over the New York Mets. ' Unser's seventh homer of the year gave the Phils a 2-0 ; lead in the first inning Off: Jim M c A n d e w (3-6) and started Jim Lonborg off to his sixth victory in 12 decisions.. . Ed Kranepool's run-scoring single cut the lead in half in the bottom of the first but the Phils made it 4-1 in the second on Mike Schmidt's double, Larry Bowa's RBI-'single, Lonborg's single and Denny Doyle's squeeze bunt. Hutton hit a solo homer in the third inning, Ron Hodges smacked a two-run double in the bottom of the third for the Mets, then the Phils put the '• game out of reach with an unearned run in the fifth and'; four runs, three of them on Hutton's fourth homer of the year, in the seventh inning off reliever Tug McGraw. ' • • • Wayne Garrett doubled, home the Mets' final run in. the eighth but Bowa matched ", that with an RBI double in the ninth. PHILADELPHIA Dovlo 2b Rprbnski Unsor cf Lu/.inski MAndrsn Hutlon 1! Schmidt Boone c Bowa ss Lonborg c rf If rf b 3b R in i 4 4 5 4 1 5 S 4 4 4 • 11 2 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 i h 1 1 2 1 0 4 1 0 2 1 li 1 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 2 0 NEW YORK WGorrrll Millnn 2b Slriub rf Milner 111 Kranpool Gosgcr cf Hodges c TMartinz McAndrw Boswnll p Hennician Beauchp i McGraw r Theodore Sadccki p a 3b If ss p h p ih j Ph ib 5 J 4 .1 5 4 4 4 ) 1 0 1 0 1 0 r 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 '2 0 1 0 0 ,0 0 0. 0 )i 1. 'o 1 0' 0 1 0 ? 0 0 0 o 1 0' 0 0 0'. • • SSAN DIEGO ab r h bi Anderson -ss 501 0 JMorolcs Cf 5010 D«Robrl.3b -5220 Colbert 'Ib 5233 Gaslon r( 5111 •WiiUielri'tf 4111 Cotrules c J 0 1 0 RMorales.'Jb .2000 Kirbv n 4021 CINCINNATI ab r h bi Rose If 4130 Morgan 2b 4011 Driesscn 3li 4 0 0 0 TPerez Ib Talon cl Stahl rf King c Concepcn ss 3000 Guilctl p 1000, Borbpn R Gtigliano ph MGIolhln n Kosco ph Tolal 40 11 13 10 Tolal 38 4 11 4, ; Philadelphia 221010401 — 11. New York • 102 000 010— 4: E—Unser, Boone, Millan, T.Martinez, Milner. DP—New York 2. .LOB—Philadelphia 7, New York 11. 28—Schmidt,' Slauh 2, Hodges, W.Garrett 2. Unser. Hul-Ion, Bowa. HR—Unser (7), Hutton 2 (41.• SB—Dovle. S—Doyle. ''• IP H R ER BB SO Lonborci IW.AA) 9 II .1 4 4 S McAndrow (L.3-6) 4 6 5 5 1 '-S Hennigan 2 I 11 10. McGrow 2 443 2 " 0" Sadecki 1 2 1 1 .0 ! 0" T—2:42. A—9,965. ' 4000 3010 :< o i o 3000 0000 1000. o o o (r 1000 FIRST CAME LOS ANGELES • 'ATLANTA ab r h bi ab r h bl Looes 2b 5 0 3 0 .SJackson'.ss 4110 Buckner Ib -S'O 3'1 ; Lum' If -4111 Molo It -A 0 .OX) Evans 3b 3 '1 .1 1 WDavis ct 5 O^O'O r'Bakcr et 3 0 '0 1 Cey 3b 3'1'1 OiGarr ft .-3000 WCrwfrrl rf 301 0 ''OaJAhnsn SI) 2 0 00 Russell ss .3 O'l>0~repcdino Ib .3 0 00 Yeager c 300 0 'Dates c 30 O'O Joshua ph .'0 Oip.l i : PNIek'ro'p ''3000 Gcmnimo c 0 O'O 0 ''Panther i> 0000 Mssrsth p J^O^'OiO ! Hoerner p 0 O'O 0 Lacv nh 1 I'l 0 Frisella p 0 0 n'O Rau n 0 O.OiO Garvey nil 1000 Richerl p 0000 Total 35 2 10 2 Tolal 28 3 3 3 Los Angeles 000000110- 2 Atlanta 101 000 oix— .3 E— Garr, Russell, 'Panther. LOB— Los : Anoeles 12, Atlanta 4. 2B— Buckner, Ccv. HR— Lum '(6), Evops (18). S— Russell. | SF— Joshua. IP H 'R ER'BB SO 6 1 1 0 1 I 7 ^8 1 Ir3 2 '1-3 0 Total -39 6 12 6 Told! 31 1 6 1 San'Dieqo 010 300 200— 6 Cincinnati 000 000 001— 1 E— T.Perei. DP—Sou Dir.cio 2, Cincinnati 1. LOB—San Diego 8, Cincinnati 3. 2B-iDwRobcrts, Morgan. HR—Gaston 16', Colbert (71. . IP II R ER BB SO 9 61104 32-35 4 3 1 3 2 1-3 30010 3 4220 Kirbv (W.4-8) Gulletl (L.7-7) 'Borbon McGlothlln WP—Kirbv. 15,756. PB—King. T—2:28. A- GREAT L Green fees. $3 weekdays $5 weekends Carts Opp. pima pair nesonr 7331 N. Pima Road Scottsdale, Arizona 948-3370 Messrsmlh Rau Richer! (L,'W) P.Niekro Panther (Wil-0) Hoerner Frisella Save-FrlseltO'(«).!PB-Oales. T-2:30. EAST FOOTWORK See some of the fastest animals on earth at Black Canyon. 'Wednesday thru Sunday, 8 p.m. Reservations, 273-7181. ''Rounu/trip'bus service departs Phoenix from First Street and Monroe eaph racing night at 6}30. D PARK Black Canyon Highway, exit Dog Track Road Funks' Greyhound Racing Circuit, Inc. friend like a good The smaathest Kentucky Bourbon you'll ever know. (TBAICUI 60URBOH«HI5l^y • 95 PkOUF • © 1973 OLD CI'ABIES GIST., CO.. IQUISVILLE, M.

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