Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 88
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 88

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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Orioles <mt two Trade action light Associated Press Baseball's trading season closed at midnight Monday with a flurry of action involving established major league baseball players. Most of the transactions, however, covered the shifting of talent to and from the minors or the disabled list. '.Baltimore disposed of two of its promising extra players. -Infielder Bobby Floyd went to Kansas City in return for Moe Drabowsky, the veteran Jelief pitcher who was a hero ,1£ the Orioles' World Series jsweep in 1966. Dave May, a Preserve outfielder, was traded to Milwaukee for the contracts of two minor league pitchers-iBuzz Stephen and Dick Baney, who moved from the Brewers' Portland, Ore. farm team of the Pacific Coast League to the Orioles' Rochester, N.Y. link in the International League. In order to make room for May on the Milwaukee roster, outfielder Hank Allen, recently acquired from Washington, was sent out to Rochester. Cleveland sent pitchers Barry Moore and Bob Miller to the Chicago White Sox for outfielder Buddy Bradford and pitcher Tommy Sisk, who went to the Indians' Wichita farm of the American Association. Cincinnati came up with Ty Cline, a 31-year-old left- handed hitting outfielder from Montreal for Clyde Mashore, a 25-year-old outfielder who had been on the Indianapolis farm of the American Association. Mashore goes to the Expos' new minor league link in Winnipeg of the International League. Englishmen misplace Mexico City Associated Press LONDON - Failure by many Britons to locate Mexico on a map has led irate World Cup soccer fans in this country to write rude letters to the Mexican Embassy here. "We get about a dozen letters a day, but they are not all rude," a Mexican embassy spokesman said yesterday. "The trouble is there is a lot of misunderstanding and many of the writers, referring to the Bobby Moore incident in Bogota, think Colombia is in Mexico." The English captain was detained in Bogota on a jewel theft charge. The letters have been complaining about a lot of things, the spokesman said. Some say the games have been badly organized, others complain about Mexican fans whooping it up in hotels at night and not letting the British team sleep. "But there have been nice letters, too," said the spokesman. "Like on all subjects under discussion where there is a certain amount of passion involved, opinion is sharply divided." Other Mexican diplomats pointed out that the British press took the World Cup as an opportunity to write stories about Mexico which Mexicans think are not objective and tend to demean their country. Obviously this was reported in the Mexican press and, with millions rooting for Mexican victory in the Cup, used to stir up anti-British feelings, a diplomat said. So much so, that only last week Mexican ambassador Eduardo Suarez wrote a letter to the influential Sunday Times. 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