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V 4 - If! V KACmS 817NDAT BVLLKTm Inly 2«, l»Sf •«•. t. P «t« 2 Ce€€arelU Tames Giants (By Tht As»oclM»d Pr»«»l ICompleU throuKh (»me( of md«y, July J4i American League Kinus Cltr New York . Chicago .... Cleveland .. Dttrotl BMton W»»hlinrton Baltimore .. TtAM BATTING AB B H 3187 433 «49 3301 43( I5& , 3m . 3167 . .3274 3177 . 3133 3130 40« 81S 449 lit 445 840 443 814 409 784 350 744 TEAM rriBLOINO New Tor* ... Chicago — Cleveland .. BaUtmora . Detroit Botton — Kanoa* Citr Washington Triple play PO 3586 3538 349S }S4t 3561 346S 2464 3S07 A 1071 ID53 983 1041 996 1003 1006 1079 S 76 78 74 81 79 83 88 95 New York Cleveland Detroit . Baltimore Chicago . Boston Kan!>*t City 30.611 Washington 38.669 ToU, Major League Totalu -Baltimore. ATTENDANCB Cap. Datei 1959 38 981.709 37 820,081 42 734.400 43 674,739 40 643.491 46 640.839 44 545,428 45 447,463 5,488.112 HB 76 103 60 113 103 87 120 80 DP 9« 90 97 103 82 90 83 83 Pel. .366 .388 .357 .287 .267 .256 .348 .338 Pel .980 .979 .979 .978 .978 .977 .975 .974 National League St. Loula Cincinnati Milwaukee Pittsburgh IJO» Angelen TEAM RATTINO AB R H 3347 3253 3185 3376 3338 San Pranclnco 3331 Chicago 3330 Philadelphia 3043 440 474 413 406 451 447 40,3 366 832 892 845 «»7 R65 B57 795 747 HR Pel 78 ,378 106 104 7.1 94 101 91 71 TKAM FIBLDINO 91.&0 .73,811 .82,904 . 47,778 . 46.550 34,819 1958 Lo« An((Hr« Cincinnati Mllwaukrt Chlcauo St l.nuls PltUburith Ban Pranclsro Philadelphia PO 2668 2490 2484 2959 3599 36.13 3800 3418 A 1067 1007 1043 1089 1014 1071 1007 937 E 71 73 79 87 85 93 84 92 DP 96 99 89 flft 109 104 83 80 ATTKMIANCK Cap Datei 1959 .374 .269 .2«3 .299 .298 246 .246 Pet .981 .980 .978 .977 .977 .976 .976 .973 1958 n»WM* Ang.lei 84,800 48 1.213.373 1,385,862 IJMJ! Pittsburgh 381,837 793.217 600.891 477,836 699,506 868,347 341.897 4,560,999 11,577.588 11.083.130 3^,000 47 Mllwaukea 43.837 44 San Pran 31,000 45 St toult 10.500 43 Philadelphia 33,359 41 Chicago 18,755 41 Cincinnati 30.138 41 Totals •71.714 880,717 •86.433 1.181 ,339 788,760 748.137 888.085 719,896 863.111 639,169 838,3890 891.814 488.841 808.477 • .08(.478 6.833,131 Praneona, Cle». 185 INDtVIDlJAL BATTING (IIS ar more at kaU> AB R H HR Rbl Pet 33 74 63 133 45 87 53 104 51 129 40 94 55 111 14 39 75 113 67 98 Kuenn, Del. 355 Marls, KC 253 Kallne. Del. 306 Pox, Chi. 383 Woodllng. Bait 281 Runnels, Boa. 349 WUaon, Del. .. 138 Power, Cler. ., 373 Jensen, Bos. ... 338 Kubek. NY ^ . 290 Skowron, NT 281 Mantle, NY .329 MInoso, Cler. 340 Pllarclk. B«lt. 134 Williams. KC 284 Allison, Wash. 377 Tuttle, KC 312 Boone, KC . , 130 Smith, KC IH7 J,ope». NY 348 Colavllo. Clev, 35« Wrrts, Bos 178 Malzone, Bos. 387 Apartcio, Chi. 385 nrlrtge^. I"-! 32H LoUar, Chi. 335 Bcrra. NY 277 Throncberry, W. 341 Richardson. NY 219 Blfbern. NY 299 Phillips, Chi 274 Blnckland, Clev 270 Cfr», KC 288 Howard. NY 243 Nteman. Ball. 314 Tasby, Ball. 358 l.emon. Wash 319 White. Boi 177 Klllebrew. Wash 333 Orrnert. Bos, 240 As^romonie, 10 2 23 .308 9 42 .301 31 72 .102 40 87 4 13 .100 19 84 15 89 .299 63 97 20 51 .295 56 99 19 61 .291 20 39 2 6 .291 44 82 9 47 .289 61 108 26 62 .388 50 89 5 39 .285 19 37 2 13 .388 23 53 4 17 .283 90 98 14 89 .282 60 100 29 70 .281 29 90 n 35 .281 56 103 10 51 .278 64 101 8 38 .377 31 91 3 33 .377 39 93 IJ 59 .275 33 76 11 37 .274 39 86 7 38 .274 27 60 0 12 .374 43 81 10 41 .371 34 74 4 37 .370 34 73 3 36 .370 37 77 11 83 .267 32 64 11 41 .263 .10 56 II 32 .362 49 93 8 34 .260 43 83 21 62 .260 17 46 1 22 .260 72 86 32 80 .238 33 62 9 31 .388 Aaron. Mil. ai snni While. St. t. 11 JJSir ^nham. Bt U ,3JiRob »on, cin. 87 iJoi'-'P"'' 47 iiill'Ogan. Mil 48 315 Olfllam, I,A . 32 324 Phtlley. Phil. Templf, CIn. aih. 136 22 Bouse. KC 239 22 Naragon, Wash. 153 13 aeiger. Bos. 145 15 McDougald. NY 396 34 Bulling, Del. 369 28 Klaus. Bait 170 19 Yost, Del. . . 326 75 Smith, Chi 298 40 65 Bertola, Waah. 360 30 65 Held, Cle«. 335 48 81 Landls. Chi. . 313 44 78 Boyd. Ball. . 262 24 65 Bauer, NY 226 33 58 Kenuiih, Bna. . IB] 38 45 l.umpe, KC Buddin, Ilos. Maxwell, Det. Daley. Boi. DeMaeatrl. KC 383 Martin. Clev. 199 Triandos, Ball. 262 Sarolord, Waah, 184 Brcquer. Wash. I3S oardner, Bait. 385 Slevers, Wash. Iladlej, KC Plersall. Clev. WllUami. Boa. Torgeson, Chl. Berbaret, Det. Pearson. Ball. Osborna, Det. Carraiquel, Ualt 317 H»trls, Del. 193 NUon, Clev. . 138 333 150 309 191 180 331 157 158 10 IJ II 10 II 11 II 21 32 13 17 22 22 16 51 38 33 59 37 38 12 41 27 36 82 41 32 34 62 32 80 31 10 25 13 20 21 33 17 38 37 37 1( 38 31 34 31 16 37 65 11 27 20 57 I* 10 21 32 24 16 27 38 29 8 16 23 21 12 INUIVIIIIIAI. RATTINO (125 ar mare at balai AB R II HU Rbl Pet 373 66 134 34 79 .3S» 330 81 113 8 81 .142 278 18 (4 4 16 .341 347 72 116 34 88 .114 182 84 134 19 69 .135 188 J] 87 10 13 .138 318 63 102 2 18 .334 .146 23 47 8 37 .334 .)83 ti lai 4 38 .117 78 lai 11 88 .307 •1 117 8 63 .107 »« 70 « Jl .307 14 3* 4 19 .307 71 Ua at 70 .104 71 lit 13 86 .103 88 110 36 8( .103 88 104 18 61 .103 41 78 18 83 .103 73 109 18 61 .301 47 »7 7 40 .396 48 90 II 49 .394 41 104 8 44 .393 43 86 19 61 .393 17 104 7 48 .391 46 83 8 30 391 24 53 10 32 3AII 35 98 14 Aft .384 .381 . ail . 137 . !•• 144 388 36a 138 30« )»& 384 188 383 180 118 ,387 .355 .355 .358 .351 .381 .381 .283 .351 .380 .34( .349 .348 .148 181 38 45 6 31 .346 341 30 59 3 16 .345 333 86 81 • 37 .343 317 S3 77 33 65 .343 153 8 37 I 11 .343 35 68 8 37 .341 30 48 8 30 .341 34 63 33 57 .340 19 44 4 19 .319 13 33 0 10 ,317 35 67 6 31 ,335 38 53 16 33 .334 33 35 7 34 .311 34 48 3 16 .310 33 44 7 37 .330 35 41 7 38 .338 38 53 9 39 .335 31 35 0 8 .333 32 34 3 16 .315 16 44 4 33 .303 19 39 7 21 .181 , 8 23 0 12 .187 arand slam homers — MInoso, Cleveland, two; Triandos, Baltimore; Held and Colavllo. Cleveland; Ccrv. Ward and nrlm. Kansas City: Altlaon and Lemon, Washington; Yost Bridges, Maxwell ami I.epclo. Detroit; Buddin. Blephens and Jensen, Boston; Simpson and Smith, Chicago, one each. PITCHINO (Eight or more drelslansl IP H BP BO W L Kr» Wllhetm, Ball. 149 116 48 90 10 6 1.93 Pascual. Wash 181 133 81 117 11 WaUer, Ball, 108 92 24 86 7 McLlsh, Cl«v. 145 134 40 68 12 Pord. NY 116 125 80 81 10 Ferrarese. Clev 73 65 46 4] 5 Shaw, Chl. . 119 117 39 Mossl, Det. . 131 131 32 Daley, KC .. 119 115 33 Oaiver, KC 140 136 29 Brewer, Boa. 130 135 45 Lown, Chl. . . 4* 38 36 Lary, Del 146 140 at ODeU, Ball, 118 101 Delock. BOI, ,m M Plicher. Wa^i |M 111 Donovan. CW xS 118 Larsen. NY 84 Brown. Bait, 17 f4 Wynn, Chl. ..1 «7 131 Pierce, Chl. ,.15S 184 Bulllvan, B(M, 111 113 . Bell, Clev. ,.137 137 83 81 Dltmar, NY , 114 103 35 89 Pappas, Bam m 101 45 65 10 Score. Ctev.< m 93 138 8 Clrlm, KC 80 83 3] 39 6 6 Casale. Bos.,.^3- RamOB, WaaltSl PInson, CIn. CImoll. gt. It. Burgaaa, Pitt. Larker, LA Malhewi, Mil. . Neal, LA Banks, Chl. . Boyer, Bt. L, . Hluart, Pitt. Mays, 8P Moon, LA Bouchee, Phil. . Hoak, Pitt. . llixlgea, at. L, . Spencer, BP Urumn. Mil. . Adcock, Mil. Bell, CIn BlaHlngame, 81 I, Covington. Mil Clemente, Pitt. Preese, Phil Bnlder, I.A T. Taylor, Chl. 371 Kirkland. BP 388 Qrammas, Bt L. 30t H. Smith, St. L. 338 Oroat, Pitt. . Jones, CIn Skinner, Pitt Ashburn. Phil. Muslnl. St L. Lynch. CIn Dameter. LA Brandt, BP Koppa, Phil. Dark, Chl McMillan. CIn. Alou, BP Maiernskl. Pitt. 348 Walls. Chl. 387 8. Taylor. Chl. 320 Crandall, Mil. — Kasko, CIn. lying Chl. 247 Thomson, Chl, 244 Rodgars, BP 224 II And'aon.Phll 30n Landrlth, BP 190 Torre, Mil. Palrly. LA Oavanjiort, BP Post. Phil Vlrdon, Pitt, Bailey, CIn Ilosebnro, I.A Schmidt, BP Allman. Chl. Thomas, CIn. Mejlaa, Pill Marshall, Chl. 196 297 192 189 226 380 232 332 352 233 66 112 29 84 28 54 34 51 33 63 SI 103 47 80 364 34 JOO 44 326 36 151 17 300 177 306 205 168 30 01 35 62 Moryn, Chl. a. Anderaon, 180 187 381 266 378 221 248 139 225 275 718 136 348 12 13 in 10 10 II 17 12 12 11 II 17 33 17 37 48 )» 43 17 36 39 32 41 If) 3.1 38 62 38 8 39 23 24 38 26 37 42 10 32 35 24 39 20 29 13 30 94 25 21 23 17 in 34 ui •jt 25 381 .263 .281 .280 319 .27(1 .278 .278 .377 .275 .279 .271 .270 .270 .209 .267 .367 .266 .3119 .263 262 361 .261 299 .298 298 .255 .254 254 253 253 .250 246 .244 244 .240 .240 .238 237 230 .239 229 .238 .225 73 113 la • 49 80 11 11 38 64 « « 9 9 7 g 45 9 58 8 83 10 40 8 74 7 33 0 98 It 83 • 48 « 44 8 49 t 51 a 48 6 _ . Waalt* Terry. NY ^*s Grant, Clev. , Maas. NY .y Harberl, KO Bunnltig, D«t. Kucki. KC Coleman, KO; Moore, Chl. 8 89 96 49 6 e 148 29 81 10 U lis 40 81 3 7 100 86 58 48 •1 tl 35 47 Ut tl« 43 73 }8i 147 46 112 •7 96 33 35 •S 64 26 43 60 85 39 Orlggs, Waah. 88 57 38 Turley. NY .110 tOI 64 Kemmrrer, J Wash, ..V.IM 141 81 Koyiack, D»L 139 138 35 Narleskl, a& 70 70 37 171 85 18 llarshman, BM One-hlt galnaa — Wyiiti and Pierce, rhicago; WIttielm, Baltimore; Turley. New York; PMOttiil.'Washington (tlva In- a.80 a.ti 3.83 398 1 00 1.01 1 09 3 10 1.31 i.as 1.11 1.13 1.41 1.80 5.78 3.78 3.80 3.86 3.89 3.(t 4.01 4.01 5 4,07 • «,09 4.16 4,tt 4.30 4.31 4.31 4.34 4.10 4.13 4.14 4.41 4.50 4.66 4.75 5 to 9 8 480 8.07 4 10 5 66 3 9 6.85 365 21 200 17 131 13 15 6 20 14 3 24 II 1 6 P^ee^•, Phlla riilcBiio. two; 208 .170 160 Phil ZImroer, LA Mantilla, Mil (irand slam homers delphiB, lliree; Averlll Malhrws, MIIWHUker. Hklnner and (Iroat, Plllsburgli; Boyer ami While. HI I.OUIN, Banks, Cliteago; Jones, Clnclnnall. Wagner and Brandt, Ban Kranclscu, one earli PITCHINO IRIghl ar mora derlslnnal IP II BB BO W L Era Paca, Pitt 63 47 13 48 14 0 1 43 Conley, Phil 140 123 26 80 8 6 2 51 Antonelll. BP 183 151 93 112 14 5 2 61 Henry. Chl. 17 62 19 65 8 4 2 69 Buhl, Mil. 93 85 33 49 6 6 2 71 McDanlel, Bt. L. 99 98 28 65 8 10 Millar, BP 117 107 37 71 4 4 Dryadale. LA 181 190 59 154 12 6 Bpahn. Mil 177 179 49 93 12 10 B.Jones, BP 171 148 72 139 14 10 Newcombe, CIn. 140 130 Haddtx, Pitt. 146 128 Sanfnrd, BP 129 119 Hobble, Chl. 141 115 Hlllman, Chl. 129 117 Kliton, Chl 83 43 McCorMck, BP 118 118 Mliell, 8t. L. 148 119 Law. t >ltt. 158 181 Anderaon, Chl. 134 110 Jackson, 81. L. 155 186 Owens, Phil. 133 130 Lablne, LA .68 68 Kline. Pitt. 138 134 Burdette. Mil. 178 19a Podrei, i.A lai 131 McDevIlt, LA lia 114 Buihardt, Chl. 81 78 Broanan, Cin. 71 73 Drabo'sky. Chl. tl 90 Wllley. Mil. 78 81 Cardwell. Phil. 60 51 Roberts, Phil. 138 145 Purkey, CIn. 1J4 144 Bemproeh. Phil 89 i< Jay. Mil. 73 76 Priend, PUt. 143 181 Nuxhall, Cin. 18 10* l,awrenoe. CIn 104 111 Brogllo, St. L. 10« IM Blaylock. Bt.L. 100 117 P«na, Cin. to 93 34 39 Daniels. Pitt. 88 69 31 43 Uomei, Phil. 81 85 19 37 No-hIt games — Haddix, (perlecl game for 13 Innings, one hit SAN FRANCISCO — {/D — Southpaw Art Ceccarelli beat the San Francisco Giants Saturday 5-3 and won his fourth straight for the Chicago Cubs since being called up from Fort Worth three weeks ago. The loss stopped a three- game winning streak for the National League leaders, who won 6-5 Friday night in a 10- inning struggle. Saucr Connects Ceccarelli set down the Giants with three hits until pinch hitter Hank Sauer poled his first home run of the year over the left centcrfield fence In the eighth. Jackie Brandt and Jim Davenport followed with sharp singles and Brandt scored the Giants' last run on Willie Mays' pinch hit sacrifice fly to right. Eddie Bres.soud had homered over the left field fence in the third for the first Giant hit off the stocky Ceccarelli who retired the first seven batters in order, Stu Miller was tagged for 11 hits in 8 innings before retiring for a pinch hitter. He lost his fifth game against four victories. Ceccarelli was Giant property last season before he went to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League where he won 10 while losing 6. He checked In for spring training with the Cubs, weighing 216 pounds and went to Fort Worth with orders to trim down his weight. He now is a trim 190. Ernie Banks drove in his 90th run of the season in Chicago's three-run seventh which put the Cubs ahead 5-1, Banks' sharp single to left scored Cec carclli who lieat out a bounder off Miller's glove and went to second on Jim Marshall's single up the middle. With the bases loaded on an intentional walk to Walt Moryn, pinch hitter Irv Norcn shot a single over second, scoring Marshall and Banks. Chicago took a 2-1 lead In the fifth on George Altman's bunt single and two bloop hits over the infield. Al Dark scored Altman with a single to left and went to second on Jackie Brandt's throwing error. Marshall's short fly over second dropped in and Dark scored. Chleaga—5 T.Taylor 3b Dark.3b Marshall.lb Ranks,ss Moryn.If Tliomson.rf a-Noten H.Taylor,c Allman.cf Ceccarelli,p Artful Art AB n II |M«n Pranrlseo~.7 Brandt,If lDavfnp'rl.3b 3|KlrkIand rf 3 {c-Mays IjCepeda.lb I ,Sp'ncer .2b liAlou.cf-rr O'Hrhmldl e 1 nreswud.ss I'.Miller.p Ib-Raucr Worth'ton.n AB R H 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 Totals singled 39 9 12; Totals 33 3 7 iDf Thomson In 7th; b- Ilnmered for Mllirr l.i 8lh: c-HIt sacrifice ftv for Klfklanrt In «th. Chicago 000 020 300^-5 Ban Pranclsco 001 000 020—3 C Brandt, Ceptda PO-A-Chlcago 27-9. Ban Pranclnco 37-13. DP—Nona, LOU—Chicago 9. Sao Pranclsco t. RDI-Dark. Marshall, Banks. Noren 3, Mays Ilrrssnufl Bauer. 311—Hanks, IIR - rirnisou'l, Ha\i<T HB-T. Taylor. B-- Cecr.arelll. BP Mays. IP H R ER BBSO Ceccarelli tW, 4-0l 9 7 3 3 1 3 Miller n, 4-8) .8 11 5 4 1 6 WnrthlnRlon 1 1 0 0 0 0 WP -Worlhlnglon U -Conlan. Venson, Donatelll and llurkhart, T-3;19. A- 20,261 Williams Pain Wracked 17 58 10 36 109 7 40 (14 a H9 Ifl 00 9 93 5 83 8 86 11 64 II 64 6 88 8 78 6 26 4 69 7 63 12 10 78 8 7 77 28 43 46 31 47 61 Chicago; nlngsi. 373 2.85 2 93 300 3 00 3 09 3 n 3 19 3 31 323 332 3 45 3 47 3 56 1 60 1 69 3 88 4.01 4 06 4 09 4 10 4.91 4.11 4 15 4 50 4.50 4 87 4 83 4 79 4.75 4.85 4.87 4.93 5 09 6 11 5 51 8.74 6 88 Pittsburgh perfect game for 13 innings, one hit In Iji. Mccormick, Ban Pranclsco (five Innings). One-hit games Hobble and Hushardt. Chicago, S. Jones and Saiiford, Ban Pranclsco. 42 45 89 37 46 78 80 8 8 8 8 6 8 10 3 7 3 7 4 13 3 Phils Wrack up Redlegs 6-3 Des|^tie Strikeout Parade CINCINNATI ~ ijf) Fifteen Philadelphia Phils went down on strikes Saturday but they still came up with the timely hitting, including three l;m p 0 r t a n t doubles, that brought them a 6-3 victory <|ver Cincinnati Reds, < Joe Nujtiiall, the Reds' starting hurlier, struck out 11 in ^Ix innings but allowed five of the Phils runs before he ^owed out for a pinch hitter in the sixth, * Don Cai-dwell, the winning hurler, allowed only four hits uirough seven innings. He was ipBlieved by Rpy Semproch aft er being hit w)th a pitched ball. Cardwell's'chores were made Msler |iy, Uvp^-double playsT Willie JQn »i .!U former Phil, Ult Into berth at them, making it four inl two games. Rube <$omez ||qaUy. bailed Semproch jut, ojrUrpwb\9 in the ninth. Nuxmll struck out two Phils each |the first and third but got two runs in each in* "I Johnny Powers' pinch hit iome run was Cincinnati's only in off Cardwell but the Reds Jt two In the eighth off Sem- Jerry Lynch 's single ire tbein in after two singles S^iiigiitiwiii m tm ^ Whiffin' Good Time Phlla4al»bta—« (CUelnnalt—.1 AB R HI AB R H Kopp«,aa 8 0 0Templc.3b Aahburn.of 4 Bouche«,lb 8 Post.rf 8 Prees«,3b 5 H.And'aon.U 4 Semproob,p 0 Oomta.p 0 a.An'aon.ab 4 Lionnett.o Cardwell, b-Drakc IiF Tolala 39 I 111 Plnaon.et Ball.rf iRobtnson.lb Lynch.lf Dotterer.e Jones,lb Kaskcss id-Newcomba Nuxhall.p a-Powera 'Aeker,p ,c-Lockman Schmidt,p 'e-Balley Tolala a-Homercd for Nuxhall In sixth; b-Ran for Cardwell In tlihth: o-Plled out for Acker in tliiblh: d-PUad out for Kaiko in ninth: ••Wklktd (or Schmidt in ninth. PhlMtlpbU .. ...^ 301 001 010-6 Clnolnnatl 000 001 030-3 E-Cardwall, Plnaon. PO-A—Plilladel phU 37-*. Ctnelnnatl S7-8. DP—Koppe, O. Anderaon and Bouchee; Preeae. O. Anderaon. and BouchM, LOB—Phlladel. plla I, Ctn«lnn»U 1. RBI—Pott I, Pracst I, Uinnett, Lynch ?i„I"o*era. jlj-Bouohee, Pott. Preeie. HR-Powert, 8B—Praeae, a. Anderaon, Templt. _ IP M R ERBBSO Cardwell (W. 4.«) .741 133 Semproch m 3 0 0 3 0 Oomai HO 0 o 0 0 NuxbaU (li. 3-») .. • t 8 6 111 Acker a a 1 o o a Bohmtdt I I 0 0 0 a ft"^"',,*.'''*'" <CardwtlU. P8~Lon- nett. . D—Oelmorc, Barl ok. Jaokowtkl, Crawford. T—a;»l. A-8.088. Haney Adds Trio lo NL All-Stars CINCINNATI — — Mil- ijJiwnukee manaRcr Fred Haney "'has added pitcher Sam Jones and inficlders Johnny Logan and Jim Gilliam to his National League All-Star team for the game at Lo.s Angeles Aug. 3. That's the announcement by Warren Giles, league president. When league brass decided earlier this year on a second all-stnr game, they agreed to retain all the players from the first game — except pitchers. The managers also got the right to pick three extra players. Haney elected to go with the seven pitchers who comprised the staff for the first game, at Pittsburgh, plus Jones, The pitching staff will include: Johnny Antonelli. San Francisco; Lew Burdette, Milwaukee; Gene Conley, Philadel phia; Don Drysdalc, Los An geles; Don Elston. Chicago; Roy Face, Pittsburgh; Warren Spahn, Milwaukee, and Jones, San Francisco. The team has eleven infielders: Ernie Banks, Chicago; Ken Boyer, St. Louis; Orlando Cepeda, San Francisco; Dick Groat, Pittsburgh; Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee; Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh; Stan Musial, St. Louis; Frank Robinson, Cincinnati; Johnny Temple, Cincinnati; Gilliam. Los Angeles, and Logan, Milwaukee. The outfielders will be the six which represented the league in the first game at Pittsburgh on July 7. They are Hank Aaron, Milwaukee; Joe Cunningham, St. Louis; Willie Mays, San Francisco; Wally Moon, Los Angeles; Vada Pinson, Cincinnati, and Bill White, St. Louis. The catchers are Del Crandall, Milwaukee; Smoky Burgess, Pittsburgh; and Hal Smith, St. Louis. KANSAS CITY — (yP) — Pain-wracked Ted Williams, 40-year-old defending American League batting king, today appeared to be battling against forced retirement on raw nerve alone. Although there was speculation that Williams might have to be sent back to Boston for medical treatment, Jurges .said he planned to dress for Saturday's game and "definitely will play today." Williams admitted the paiin hit him six days after spring training started and that he has never felt right any time since then. "I don't know what to do," Williams said. "This back is really sore," added the six- time AL. batting champion who seldom complains. "This has been the most disappointing year I have ever experienced. It's not the batting average (.2.30). It's the fact that I haven't been able to do things I know I still could do if it wasn't for this thing in my back. Blanda Retires from Football RENSSFLAl'R, Ind. —(^l*)— Veteran Chicago Bear quarterback George Blanda, holder of the National Football League record for consecutive extra points, is retiring from football, the team announced Saturday. Blanda, who kicked 156 straight extra points between 1951 and 1956, will devote all his time to his work with a Chicago trucking firm. He played 10 years with the Bears. SIGNS OF FALL — University of Wisconsin's 1959 football tickets and souvenir programs v/ill depict famous landmarks including the Memorial Union, Bascom Hall, Carillon Tower, and the new Wisconsin Center Building. Artist for the series was Jack Kramer of the athletic department ticket sales. Orders for 19.59 season tickets and al.so individual game tickets are being accepted. Berra's Homer Wins for Nervous Yanks DETROIT — (m — Yogi Berra walloped a two-run home run in the ninth inning that gave the jittery New York Yankees a 9-8 decision over the Detroit Tigers Saturday in a frantic baseball contest witnessed by 26,5.30. Giveaway BatHe N(W York—9 AR R H Rlch'd»on,2b 8 2 3 8lcbcrn,l[ 4 Detroit—8 naucr.rt nrlckdl.sa Mickey Mantle, who could Ishanu,!. not get the ball past thee 'MnHS,|) Uronsiad.p pitcher's mound in four previ ous at bats, set the stage for Berra's climactic smash by beating out a bouncer to third base by an eyelash. Berra then cracked one of R, G. Smith's deliveries into the upper right field seats for his 12th home run. By winning, the Yankees boosted their margin over the fifth place Del rollers by two games. They stumbled and fumbled around for more than three hours in this wild exhibition f ;-ako'ron,lh 1 ilonchard.lf 0 MrmtlP.cf & Hcrra.e 4 l.oper.Jb 5 Howard, lb 4 d-T'bi-rry.lb I 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 Vosl,3b 1 MaxwelMf 0 :Kueiin,rf AB R H 4 1 1 Indians Belt Senators 8-1 Kallne,lf Wllson.c 3iZcrnlal,lb 1 Narleskl,p lie-Osborne o;.Smlth,p IiI.ppclo,2b 2:Vriil,s» 0,I''oytHCk,p 0iMorKan,p O.a-Modsl 0;DurnsldP,p "'b-CUolh :-Harrls,lb CLEVELAND— (i ?V-CaI Mc­ Llsh chalked up his eighth straight victory Saturday, an easy 8-1 devlslon over the Washington Senators as the Cleveland Indians won their third straight. Jim Plersall led a 13-hit attack with three hits, including a three-run homer. McLish became the wlnning- est pitcher in the American League (13-3) by limiting the Senators to seven hits. He lost his bid for a shutout when Jim Lemon cracked his 22d home run in the seventh inning. The 33-year-old ace right­ hander now has pitched eight one-run games this season and still is searching for his first AL shutout. He pitched one eight year ago while with the Chicago Cubs in the National League, Plersall, subbing in center field for the team's leading hitter, Tito Francona, who suffered a pulled muscle two days ago, responded with a single, double and home run. Minnie MInoso had three singles and Vic Power extended his hitting streak through II games with a fourth-inning double. The Indians tagged Bill Fischer, the starting Washing ton hurler, for five runs in the first four Innings and sent him to his fifth defeat in 13 de- Pord Shnnla . . Duren Maas <W, 8-31 Uroiuliid I'liytuck . . .. MorKUM before gaining the decision. Nllf 'I -'iikr The Yankees handed the Tigers'"'""" five unearned runs and FORMER UMP DIES FINKSBURG, Md. — (i« — James M. Boyer. former American League umpire, died Saturday of a heart attack. He was 51. committed five errors, three of them by third baseman Hector| Lope/.. A two-out bobble by Lopez gave Detroit two runs; in the seventh a n d another two-out fumble let in an eighth inning run. Lopez also threw away Coot' Veal's bounder leading off in the ninth, but the Detroit shortstop was out trying to reach' second base. On that play. Veal; crashed into first baseman Bill Skowron, who was making his! first appearance in the New York lineup since July II. Bobby Richardson and Fritz Brickel hit their first major league home runs for the Yankees before Berra connected. The Yanks had the lead three times, the Tigers four times and there were two ties in the struggle. Totals 38 8 13| Totals 41 8 tl a-Kiin for Morgan In eih: b-Announeed for Burn.^ldc In 7th; c-aingted for Oroth in 7lh; d-Rnn for Howard In 8th: e-HIt wicririce fly for Durrn In 8lh; f-Bafe on error for Narleskl In 8th; g-Struck out for Sli'Ucrn In Bth. New York 100 123 013 -8 Detroit . 040 010 310—i E -Poytack. Bauer. Brlckell, Lopex 3. PO-A -New York (37-13i, Detroit (37-13). UP Illchiirdson, Brlckell and Howard. IIBI Richardson, Slebern 3, Berra 2, I.opc/, IlilckPll 3, Slauahter. Harris 3, Veal. Mnxwell, Wilson. 3B- Berra. Lopex, HIebcrn, Ilauer, Howard. HR -Richardj.^on, Brlckell, Berra BP Slaughter. IP H R ERBB80 IH 8 4 3 a 0 8 4 3 1 3 3 '. 1 0 0 0 1 I'l 110 4 1 . <,^ a 0 0 0 0 4 5 4 4 1 1 2 3 2 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 13 110 0 1 2 3 3 0 3 U -Umi)iu, Berry, Honochlck and Plah- crty. T 3 28, A 20,530. is your best protvction against enwrgfitwies TH SIDE IINK Hembar P,0.I.O No. 13 for Col Waihlngton—I Green,rf Alllson.cf Klllcbrew,3b aievers.lb Lemon,If NarBgon,o SBmford.2b Consolo,SB Pl.scher.p a-Becquer Wo'd'shlck.p 0 b-Thro'berry 1 Ctevcngerj) 0 AB R K ICIereland—R Totals 33 1 7 Hcld.ss 4 Hamner.ai i Power.lb 5 MInoso.lf 4 IColBvlto.rf 4 3trlcklBnd.3b 3 AB R H Martin,3b Nlxon,c nftxes,3b Plcrsall.ct McLlsh.p Totala 38 8 13 a-8truck out for Plschei jn Bth' b^ struck out for Woodeshlck In 7th. ' Washington 000 000 100—1 Cleveland 021 330 OOx—8 K-None, PO-A — Waihtngton 34.11 Cleveland 37-11. DP-Baxos, Power «nd Held LOB-Wnshlnglon 8, Cleveland 7 RBI-Lemon, Power. MInoso, Plersall 3 McLlsh 30, 3B-Plersall, Power. HRI: Plersall, Lemon, 8—McLlsh. IP Fischer (L, 8-8) 4 Woodeshlck 3 Clevenger McLlsh iW. 13-3) PB—Naragon. R 8 3 0 1 KB BB SO B 1 3 I • » 0 1 1 1 1 8 Colavito produced another run in the third frame. Colavito was trapped as he rounded first, but go back safely and MInoso came home on the rundown. Singles by Piersali and MI­ noso and a double by Power in the fourth inning gave Cleveland a 5-0 lead, Plersall hit his homer off relief pitcher Hal Woodeschick in the fifth, following a single by Georga Strickland and a walk to Baxes. cistons. Cleveland jumped off to a 2-0 lead In the second inning. 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