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SAT., mi, 3 Lowly Mets Knock Off Dodgers; Giants, Reds Move in Closer fey TV Associated Press The New York Mels may have been eliminated from the National League pennant race, but they're sure not. out of it. Not by a long shot. Ask the fxis Angeles Dodgers. Ask 'em, that is, if you can get them to stop mumbling to themselves in dismay and mild disbelief. Ask the Cincinnati Reds, who got a humiliating lesson a couple of weeks ago. There's no question that Casey Stengel's odd-lot collection of heroes is going anywhere. They're centered solidly in 10th place, 51 games off the pace. But, oh my, aren't they playing hob with the leaders? Take Friday night. They roughed up Dodger ace Don Drysdale, the winningest pitcher in the majors, and relief man Ron Perranoski for 11 hits, including home runs by Marv Throneberry, Choo Choo Coleman and Rod Kanehl en route to a fi-3 decision that not only humbled the Dodgers, but hurt them as well. II lopped a full game off their dwindling National League lead and left Los Angeles only 2'z games up on second-place San Francisco. And Cincinnati, which has made op seven games in 14 days since some trouble at the! Polo Grounds, now is otily three! back. '• San Francisco blanked Philadelphia 6-0 and Cincinnati got pasfJ Houston 4-2 while Los Angeles was absorbing its ninth loss in 13 decisions. Chicago beat Milwaukee 7-2 in the only other game completed in the National. Pittsburgh and St. Louis were rained out in the bottom of the third with the Pirates and Cards tied 6-6. Frank Thomas' single, Maury Wills' error, an intentional walk and an unintentional base on balls loaded the bases. Kanehl unloaded a run-scoring single, breaking the 3-3 tie. Throneberry was thrown out at the plate trying to score from second, but that was all for Drysdale. Gene Woodling's single off Perranoski got another run and Hook's bunt single produced another. The Mets' first three runs came on the solo hom- ! ers by Throneberry, Coleman and i Kanehl. I San Francisco, which has won | only three of its last 11. got a 5-for-5 night from Orlando Cepeda in the victory over the Phil- ties. Cepeda drove in three runs on two homers and three singles! its last 20, provided Bob Purkey while Billy O'pell shut out the-with his first 20 game season of Phils on five hits. i his eight-year career against Cincinnati, which has won 17 of i Houston. Chicago snapped Milwaukee'* five-game winning string with a 15-hit attack that included fouf hits in four trips by Lou Brock. Angels Blow Big Chance With 7-1 Loss to Chicago By The Associated Press That somebody up there who likes the Angels must have been caught'between a clap of thunder and a bolt of lightning. At least he didn't put in an appearance Friday night at Los Angeles, where the second-place Angels blew a golden opportunity to make up substantial ground on the American League leading New York Yankees. When the Angels took the field against the Chicago White Sox, the results of the Yankees-Orioles Houbleheadcr were clearly visible on the Scoreboard: Baltimore B. New York 2. Balti- morp 14, New York 2. The Angels, who started the day five games behind the defending I world champions, needed a victo- ry to pick up a game-and-a- half. They didn't get it. Ray Herbert and Dom Zanni combined for a sevenhitter, Floyd Robinson and Sherm Lollar suppied the punch and the White Sox won 7-1. The Yankees were beaten by sharp pitching and an unusually potent Baltimore attack. Chuck Estrada won his first since July 15 in the opener with a five-hitter ! and 12-hit backing while Jack ; Fisher's seven-hitter and a 20-hit ; onslaught got the job done in the nightcap. Meanwhile, the same fate that befell the Angels tripped the third-place Minnesota Twins, who were soundly thrashed by Kansas City 12-1 while Orlando Pena .hurled a five-hitler. The loss i inched Minnesota to within 54 games of the Yankees. In other games, Cleveland* which led the AL on July 7, dropped into eighth place following a 3-0, five-hit shutout by Boston's Billy Monbouquette and Dick Radatz. Detroit got a grand <'im homer from Steve Boros in an i 11-1 walloping of Washington. i Herbert lost his bid for a shut* I out and had a scoreless innings streak snapped at 31 when the Angels scored in the sixth on a : single by Albie Pearson, a walk and Lee Thomas' single. Dom Zanni took over when Herbert ran | into trouble in the seventh and preserved the victory. Robinson 1 and Lollar each drove in two run* for the Sox. Robinson with a homer in the fifth and Lollar with 1 two singles. WILLS KEPT CLOSE — Maury Wills, the Los Angeles Dodgers' base- stealing shortstop, wasn't given much of a chance to steal in Friday's game with New York in which the Mets stunned the Dodgers, 6-3. Here he hits the dirt to get back to first on an attempted pickoff throw by pitcher Jay Hook. Marv Throneberry reaches for the throw. (AP Wirephoto). MAJOR LEAQUE BOX SCORES NATIONAL LOS ANGELES NEW YORK ab r h bl ob r h bi Wills JS 5010 Ashburn rl 5020 Gllllom 2b 4000 Neal ss 4000 W. Davis cf 5111 Mantilla 3b 4020 T. Davis 3b 4120 Thomas It 4010 Fairly Ib 110 OaC'risfcr cf 0100 Howard If 3001 Thr'b'ry Ib 3111 Snider rl 3020 Coleman c 3211 Roseboro c 4001 Kanehl 2b 4222 Drysdale p 4000 Hlckman cf 1000 Per'noskl p 0 0 0 0 bWoodllng 1011 cH'scher If 0000 Hook p 4011 Totals 11 1 i 3 Totals 11 ill 61 a—Ran for Thomas In 8th; b—Singled j for Hlckmon In 8th; c—Ran tor Woodling ' In Ith. • Los Angeles 000210000—1 New York 010 200 03x-4 ' E—Kanehl, Throneberry, Wills 2, Man- Mantilla, Kanehl and Throneberry; Gil- llam and Fairly. LOB—Los Angeles 9, New' York 7. 2B—Mantilla, Snider. HR—Coleman, Throneberry, Kanehl, W. Davis. SB-Wills. SF—Howard. IP N R Drysdale (L, 22-7) 71-39 6 Perranoski 2-32 0 Hook (W, 8-14).... 9 • 6 3 WP—Hook 2. U—Landes, Steiner and Boggess. T-3:ll. A-39,741. ER BB SO 648 000 352 AMERICAN First Game NEW YORK BALTIMORE ab r h bi ab r h bl fresh II .1 0 (1 OArioir ss 4031) Rkh'son 2b 400 OSnydrr cf 5011 Marls rf 4000 Hrrzoq rl 4 0 0 0 1 Mantle c! 3010 Brandt rl 0 0 0 0 j Bcrrn r. 1010 Gentile Ib 3210 Howard r. 2000 Robinson 3b .1130 Kubck ss 4010 Powell If 4010 Lena Ib 211 0 Nicholson If 0000 Boyer 3b 3112 Landrith c 4112 Boulon p 1000 Breeding 2b 3221 Clevenger p 1000 Estrada p 2000 aBlanch'd 1000 Arroyo p 0000 Totals 29 2 S 2 Totals 32 i 12 5 a—Grounded into double play for Dlcv- cnper In 7th. New York 002 000 000—2 Baltimore 041 000 Olx—« E—Richardson. PO-A—New York 24-11, Baltimore 27-9. DP—Richardson, Kubek and Long 2; Breeding, Adair and Gentile; Adolr, Breeding and Gentile; Gentile and Adalr. LOB—New York 4, Baltimore 8. 2B—Gentile, Adnir. 3B—Landrith. HR— Boyer. S—Estrada 2. IP H R ER BBSO Bouton (L, 5-5) ..21-37 5 5 4 2 Clevenger 32-32 0 0 0 2 Arroyo ? 31102 Estrada (W, 6-13) 9 5 ? 2 4 10 WP—Estrada. U — McKinlny, Chylak, Umont, Slrwort. T-9:30. KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA ab r h bl ab r h bl DelGreco cf 4720 Green cf 5000 Charles 3b 6120 Power Ib Lumpe 2b 4222 Rollins 3b Consolo ss 0000 K(Hebrew If Slcbern Ib 4271 Allison rf Johnson Ib 1000 Allison rf Cimoli rt 5224 Batley c Alusik If 5110 Zim'rman c Causey ss-2b 5122 Allen 2b Bryon c 4123 Versalles ss Pena p 4000 Plels p Stange p Maranda p aMincher Sullivan p bGoryl Moore p cBonks Totals 4111 IS 1J Total* 3011 3000 4000 3000 3000 4010 0000 3010 4120 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 11 1 S 1 HR— Bryan SF— 2 1-3 22-3 2 ERBBSO SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl Kuenn 3b M. Alou If Mays cf Cepedo Ib F. Alou rf Hiller 2b Orslno c Pagan ss O'Dell p Totals a—Grounded San Francisco 3772 Taylor 2b 5120 Calllson rf 5000 Savage It 5254 Sievers 1b 5010 Demeler c( 3110 Oldls c 3010 Wine 3b 4010 Amaro ss 400 OMcLish p Boozer p aRoach Owens p 17 4U« Totals 4010 3000 4010 3000 3000 3070 3000 2000 0000 1000 0000 10 0 S 0 Second Game NEW YORK BALTIMORE ab r h bl ab r h bi 4020 Adair ss 6351 2b 2000 Snyder ct A 1 4 3 2000 Riandl rf 6022 3000 Gentile Ib 4112 1110 Robinson 3h 4210 1000 Powell It 4242 2010 ttNirhoK'n II 1100 4170 Triandos c 5273 •1011 Breeding 2b 5111 " 4100 out for Booier In Sth. 100 Oil 101—4 Philadelphia 000 000 000—0 E—Oldls. PO-A—San Francisco 27-10, Philadelphia 27-9. DP—Wine and Sievers; Hiller and Cepeda; Hiller, Pagan and Cepeda; Oldls and Taylor. LOB—San Francisco 8, Philadelphia 5. 2B—M. Alou. HR—Kuenn, Cepeda 2. SB—Cepeda. IP H R ER BB SO O'Dell (W, 15-11) .9 50025 McLlsh (L, 8-4) .. 5 10 4 4 1 1 Booier 3 21122 Owens 1 11110 Tresh II Rkh'son Lin? 2b Mans rl cf Rccct rt Mantle cf Lope; rf Howard c Knock ss Sko/<ron Ib Bnyer 3b furlpy p along Sheldon p Totals a—Popped WP-0'Dell. U—Walsh, Weyer, Burkhart. T—2:36. A-19,454. -rf MILWAUKEE CHICAGO ab r h bl Samuel ss 5010 Brock cf Bell If 4000 Hubbs 2b 300 0 Williams If 3111 Altman Ib 4010 Santo 3b 3110 Landrum rf 4020 Rodgers ss 3000 Barragan c 1000 Buhl p 0000 1001 0000 1000 0000 1000 13 7 t t Totals Maye cf H. Aaron• Torre c T. Aaron Ib Aspr'nte 3b Boiling ?b Clonlnger p Burdelte p cMathews Notlebart p bToylor Wllley p cJohnson p Totoli Conlan, ab r h bl 4241 S 1 2 2 4111 5021 4011 4010 4170 4221 3000 37 7 15 7 -tOOl Fisher 3000 1000 1000 0000 32 2 7 J Totals 45142014 out tor Turlcy in Sth; b— Ran lor Powell in *th. New York 000010001—1 Baltimore 131 42] OOx—14 E—Breeding, Linz, Kubck. PO-A—New York 24-10, Baltimore 2M6. DP—Breed- Ing, Adair and Gentile, Adalr, Breeding and Gentile (2). LOB—New York 5, Baltimore 10. 2B—Adair, Brandt, Robinson, Triandos, Howard, Powell. 3B—Adalr. HR—Triandos, Gentile, Powell. SB—Snyder , , , IP H, R ER BB SO Turlcy (L,2-3) ... 4 II 9 9 2 2 Sheldon 4 9 5 4 o 2 Fisher (W.6-5) ... 9 72123 HBP-By Sheldon (Gentile). U—Chylak, Umont, Stewart, McKlnley. T—2:18. A— 32,627. a—Walked for Maronda In Sth; „— Struck out for Sullivan In 7lh. c—Popped out for Moore in 9th. Kansas City 108 000 010-U Minnesota 000 010 000— 1 n-, E ,r Allen ' S'ebern. PO-A-Kansas City 27-10, Minnesota 27-10. DP—Battey and fn w , er i' Lum PJ;, Causey and Slebern LOB—Kansas City 10, Minnesota 9 2B—Slebern, Clmoll. "~ ~ Power. Pena (W, 2-1).... x-Plels (L, 2-4).. Stange Maranda Sullivan Moore x—Faced four men In 3rd HBP—by Moore (Del Greco). Bailey. U-Salerno, Berry, Honochkk Schwarts. Tr-2:56. A—21,900 WASHINGTON DETROIT nb r h bi Picrsoll cf 4000 F nandcz 4010 Brulon cf 4010 Kaline rl 3111 Colovllo If 4 0 0 D Boros 3b 3000 Cash Ib 4000 McAul'fe 3010 Brown c 0000 Regan p 1010 1010 1000 0000 12 1 h 1 Totals 5 3 1 0 3 1 PB— -Johnson 3b Hinlon rl Zipfel Ib Retzer c Lock If Schaive 7b Brinkman ss Burnside p oHicks Hobaugh p bKIng Kulyna p Totals ab r h b ss 5111 5233 3210 4223 5124 3010 4000 4230 2110 2b 35 11 1411 b - a— Singled for Burnside In 3rd; i Popped out for Hobaugh In 7th. i Washington .............. 000 100 000— 1 I Detroit .................. «00010l£lll io^""^ et . 2or ,'. Z ,'P feL paA - Washington 24-7, Detroit 27-7. DP-Boros, McAullffe I and Cash. LOB— Washington 6, Detroit 6. ; HR— Zipfel, Boros, CoTavllo, Bruton. S i —Regan 2. IP 2 CHICAGO Apariclo ss Cun'ham Ib Robinson If Smith 3b Esposlto 3b Landls cf H'shb'ger rf Fox 2b Lollnr c Herbert p Zannl p ab r h bi LOS ANGELES ab r h bl n—Grounded oul for Burdetle in 4th; b—Filed out for Nottebart In 6lh; c— i Struck out lor Willey in 9th Milwaukee 010 100 000—2 Chleaao 230 000 02x-7 E—Buhl. PDA—Milwaukee 249, Chicago 27-5 DP—Somuel and T. Aaron. LOB—Milwaukee 8, Chlrago 9. 2B—Altman, Barragan, Brock. HR—H. Aaron. SB—Brock. S--Buhl. i IP H R ER BB JO : Cloningrr (L, 53) 11-36 5 5 1 0 i Burdette 12-31 0 0 0 0 j Notlebart ..;... 2 4 0 0 0 0 Wllley 3 42214 Buhl (W, 10-9) ... 9 6 2 2 4 7 U—Jackowskl, Sudol, Forman, Gorman. T-J:25. A-4,518. HOUSTON CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl W'rwlck r-cf 4020Cardenas ss 4000 Spongier If 3010 Kasko 3b 4112 Temple 2b 401 OPInson cf 4000 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 Robinson rf 3021 Larker Ib 4000 Post If 3000 Aspr'nte 3b 4 1 1 Oc Lynch 1000 Heist cf 2000 Keough It 0000 Mellas rf 201 OPovletlch Ib 3010 Smith c 4122 Folles c 2120 Harlman ss 300 OaEdwards c 1 0 0 0 Woodesh'k p 1 0 0 OBIas'ame 2b 3110 Umbricht p lOOOPurkey p 2100 bG'dman 2b 1000 T»tal| J3 2 8 2 Totals 30 4 7 3 a— StrucK out for Folles in cth; b— Lined out for Umbricht In 8lh; c—Struck tut for Post In 8th. HeV>t«n 020 000 000-2 ClndnogH Q0400ogox-4 E~Larker. PO-A-Houslon 24-11, Cincinnati 27-15. DP—Harlman, Temple and Larker; Blaslngame, Cardenas and Pav- lellch. LOB—Houston 5, Cincinnati 4. JB—Aspromonte, Folles. HR—Smith. IP H R ER BB SO W'desh'k (15)5) 2 2-3 5 4 4 1 1 Umbrlchl 41-32 0 0 0 6 McMahon I 00011 Purkey (W, 204) 9 822)3 WP-Woodes.hlck, Umbricht 7; McMa hen U—Pryor. Vcnzon, Secory, Dona(till. T—2; IS. A-1M79. Totals a—Struck Walked for Morgan in 4100 Pearson cf 4110 3 1 1 OMoran 2b 3000 5)12 L.Th'rnas Ib 4031 4120 Wagner If 4000 0000 Rodgers c 4000 4011 G.Th'mas rl 4000 4100 Torres 3b 4000 2710 Fregosi ss 4070 4037 Bowslield p 1000 2011 Grba p 0000 1 0 0 0 aSadowskl 1000 Bnl; p 0000 bBurgess 0000 Duren p 0000 Morgan p 0000 cAve/HI 1010 13 7 10 6 Totals 34 1 7 1 oul lor Grba in 6lh; b— (L,5-11) Burnside Hobaugh Kufyna Regan (W.8-8) WP-Burnside. Hurley, Flaherty. T— 2:10. .2 42 .9 6 1 U — Runge, Carriaan, - A- ER BB SO 631 2 1 4 202 123 -14,634. HOME RUNS By Th* Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE H. Aaron (34), Braves; Kuenn (8), Cepeda 2 (28), Giants; Smith (9), Colts; W. Davis (19), Dodgers; Coleman (5), Kanehl (4), Throneberry (14), Metj. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boyer (17), Yankees; Malzone (16), Red Sox; Zipfel (4), Senators; Boros (13), Colavilo (29), Brulon (12), Tigers; ondos (6), Genlile (28), Powell Orioles; Byran (8), While Sox. (2), Athletics; Robinson Rotz In 7lh; c-Singled tor 9th. Chicago 020 120 001—7 Los Angeles 000001000—1 E~ Freqo.si, Bowsfield, I Thomas POA—Chicago 27 13, 1 os Angrlei 27 17. DP- Fregosi and Morgan, Ftcaasi, Mornn and L. Thomas 2, Moron, Fregosi and L. Thomas, t OB-Chicago 8. Los Angeles 9. HR—Robinson. SB—Aparicio 2, Cunningham. S—Fox. Herbert Zonnl x-Bowsf Id Grba Botz Duren Morgan (W,14 7) Id (L.8-7) cod three IP H R .6255 1 3 54 .3 22 . 1 ? 0 .11-11 1 2-3 0 0 men in 4th. ER BB SO WP—Duren. U—Klnnamon, Drummond, Napp, Stevens. T—2:43. A—14,885. BOSTON Gelger cf Brcssoud ss Y'trze'kl If Clinton rf Runnels Ib Malzone 3b Nixon c Schilling 2b M'nb'q'Tte p Radatz p BASEBALL TOURNEYS By The Associated Press BABE RUTH WORLD SERIES At Bridgeton, N.J. Charlotte, N.C. 5, Calumet City, III. 0 (eliminated) Portland, Ore., 4, Charlotte, N.C., 3, 11 Innings (eliminated) LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES Al Wllllomsport, Pa, Consolation Japan 9, Canada 0 Del Rio, Tex. 8, U.S. Army Base. France 0 CONNIE MACK WORLD SERIES NATIONAL JUNIOR At Louisville 4010 Luplow If 4130 Francona Ib 3 0 2 0 K?rkTan 0 d C r» 4 o o o i Altoo ? a 10 ' Baltimo7e" 6 "(eliminated) 4121 Held "M 1888 £!!X?!!DS *• Memphis t (eliminate.?) 3001 Phillips 4000 Kindall 400 OaGrcen 0000 Ramos p Dailey p 32 3 8 2 Totals •i A n n VI*»CIMIIU j, menipiiib t leiimmaiegj 2 n" ? 8 , Cleveland 4, Mow? 2 {eliminate?) IK i n , 3b 4010 Detroit o, Pltlsburah i 2b i Si o 1 1 °»»*"'& '» Cleveland 1000 NATIOMBI wn Totals 'a—Grounded oul tor Kindall In Boston 010 001 010—1 Cleveland ooo ooo ooo—o E—Kirkland. PO-A- Boston 27 10, Cleve land 778. LOB-Boslon 10, Cleveland 8. 2B-Yaslrzemski (2), Ramos, Kindall, Runnels, Bressoud. HR-MaUone. SF— Nixon. IP H R ER BB SO I 873 5 0 0 3 8 130 0 0 0 0 823 8 3 2 7 8 130 0 0 0 0 . _. 7 (eliminated) , „ , „ i NATIONAL NON-PRO 0 0 0 o !Santo Rosa, Calif., 8, Lubbock, Tex., 3 32 0 J 0 9lh. M'b'q'le (W,11-1? Radoiz Ramos (L,5 II) Dailey U-Smith, Rice, Paparella, Soar. 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