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National League W L Pet. OB Los Angeles 54 38 .587 — Cincinnati 51 37 .680 1 San Praricisco 47 38 .653 3'/4 Milwaukee 4S 40 .529 Philadelphia 46 41 ,62g 5>/^ FA. LOUls 44 45 .494 8>/b Pittsburgh 44 46 ,489 9 Chicago 41 49 .456 12 Houston ..39 47 .453 12 New York 29 59 .330 23 Gaines Today Pittsburgh (Friend 4-7 and Gibbon 2-8) at Cincinnati (Jay 6-2 and Maloney 10-4) New York (Kroll 5-S and Parsons 1-4) at Milwaukee (Clonlnger 10-8 and Fischer 3-3) Philadelphia (Bellhsky 3-6) at St. Louis (Stallard 6-3) Chicago (Buhl 9-7) at Los Angeles (Reed 3-2 or WlUhlte 1-1) Houston (Raymond 5-3) at San Francisco (Perry 7-7) Braves . Pirates . Indians Red Sox . . 6 Phillies 14 Dbdgers . . . . 5 Reds ...... 7 Cubs . . 7 Cardinals .... 4 ... 2 Mets I 8 White Sox ... 5 Yankees .... 5 Athletics .... 5 5 Angels 2 Senators .... 4 Twins 4 Giants 7 Astros 0 Orioles . . . Ppd. Tigers .... Rain American League W L Pet. OB Minnesota 54 33 .628 — • Cleveland 51 35 .503 3 Chicago 50 35 ,688 3'/a Baltimore 60 36 .681 4 Detroit 47 37 .560 6 New York 44 46 ,489 12 Lo.<i Angeles 41 47 ,466 14 Washington 36 53 ,404 191/a Boston ,31 64 ,365 22'/a Kan«n.5 City 26 65 ,321 251/3 Games Today liO.s Angeles (Newman 9-7 and Mc- Brldc 0-21 at Minnesota (Kaat 8-7 and Ornnt S-3) Kansas City (Hunter 0-2 and Sheldon 3-31 at Chicago (Buzhardt 7-3 and Peters 5-7) Boston fMorehead 4-9) at Cleveland (Krallck 2-7) Baltimore (Bunker 5-4) at Detroit (ARUlrrc 10-4) Washington (McCormlck 2-4) at New York (Mlkkelsen 3-5) THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION C JULY 18, 1965 Want A4^ Dodgers, Giants Triumph...Reds Lose L.A. Returns to 1st Place by Full Game LOS ANGELES — (m — Jim Gilliam slammed four singles, two of them cashing in stolen bases by Maury Wills, as the Los Angeles Dodgers vaulted back into the National League lead Saturday night by defeating Chi- 00 7-2. The victory, coupled with Cincinnati's loss to Philadelphia, gave the Dodgers a one- game lead over the Reds in the National League race. Lou Johnson, with a two- run homer, helped Dodger left-hander Claude Osteen snap his four-game losing streak and gain his first victory since June 17. Osteen allowed seven hits, including a two-run, third-inning homer by Billy Williams, as he brought his record to 7-10. Johnson's homer, following a walk by Ron Fairly, put the Dodgers ahead to stay 3-2 in the fourth inning as they pinned the defeat on right­ hander Cal Koonce, 7-8. Wills singled and stole second in the third inning, scoring the Dodgers first run on a single by Gilliam. Wills reached first on a force play in the seventh and scored the fifth Dodger run on another single by Gilliam. The steals were Wills' 58th and 59th of the season. Chlcatro— 1 Beckert ,2b Eftndr'm.cf Wllllam.s,rf Santo,3b Banks,lb Kuenn.lf Krug.c Kes'ngcr.ss Koonce.p Am'f'ano.ph r h 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 l/os Angeles—7 ab r h Wills.ss Gnilam,3b Kennedy.3b Davls.cf Pairly.rf Ros'boro.c Johnson.lt Parker.lb Lefebvre,2b Osteen.p 4 2 1 4 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 8 7| Totals 36 7 » Chicago OO'l 000 flO«—2 Los Angeles 001 210 lix—7 E — Banks, ailliam. DP — Chicago 1, Los Angeles 2. LOB — Chicago 6, Los Angeles 4. RBI — Williams 2, Gilliam 2, Davis, Jnhn.son 2, Parker 2. 3B — Davis. HR — Williams (13). Johnson 171. SB - Wills 2. IP H R ER BB SO 4% 7 4 4 1 I';-! 0 0 0 0 I '/i 2 3 2 2 . % 0 0 0 0 O.stt>on W, 7-10 g 7 2 2 2 HBP — By Abernathy, Johnson. T— 2;21. A—31,228. Koonce L. 7-8 Hocft Abernathy .... Hundley Biscay Hits 239.4 m.ph. The "California Kid," jet dragster driven by Al Biscay of Los Angeles, set an elapsed time record for the Great Lakes Dragaway at Union Grove Saturday night at 6.55 seconds. The speed was 239.40 miles an hour. Biscay cracked three ribs in stopping his vehicle. J.D. Zink's "Untouchable" had lost the first run in the match race to Biscay's vehicle and was preparing for the second v/hen the fuel value in the after-burner stuck, pouring fuel onto the track. It caught fire and burned part of the track and parachute shrouds causing forfeiture of the second run. Del Fisher, Milwaukee, drove his "Blue Angel" to a speed of 200 mile an hour and elapsed time of 7.75 in the nitro fuel division and Mark Fieri, Rockford, had top speed of 186.28 and elapsed time of 9.03 in the gas dragster division. More than 350 cars were ready to go again today. Although Biscay was injured Saturday night and although the "Untouchable" was damaged 'in the fire, both will be racing again today in a b^st 2-out-of-3 match race. -AP Wlrephoto DOING THE FRUG—New York Mets manager Casey Stengel appeared to be demonstrating the frug, but he actually was showing National League umpire Ken Burkhart what he considered to be a balk. Stengel disagreed with Burkhart's conception of a balk after the arbiter had called one on the Mets' Galen Cisco. Braves Tip Bucs 6-5 on Wild Pitch MILWAUKEE — (m — Felipe Alou raced home with the winning run on Bob Veale's bases-loaded wild pitch in the ninth inning, giving Milwaukee a 6-5 triumph over Pittsburgh Saturday. Bob Sadowski pitched 71 /3 innings of hitless ball for the Braves, but the Pirates erupted for four runs in the eighth inning and took a 5-4 lead. The Braves, however, rallied for two runs in the, ninth. Woody Woodward walked and reached second when Jose Palan fumbled Mike de la Hoz' grounder for an error. Alou hit into a force play, but Frank Boiling followed with a ground rule double that drove in Woodward with the tying run and put Alou at third. Veale relieved Frank Carpin and walked Hank Aaron intentionally before unloading the decisive wild pitch. Ossie Virgil got the first hit off Sadowski, a one-out single in the eighth. He scored on Jim Pagliaroni's double, and the Pirates eventually went ahead on Andre Rodgers' sacrifice fly. Key Play The key play for the Braves was Boiling's ninth inning double and it set off an argument between Pirates' Manager Harry Walker and Augie Donatelli, the third base umpire. Bob Bailey, the Pirates' left fielder, went back to the stands for the ball and leaped. At the same time, a youngster wearing a baseball glove, reached for the ball from the stands. Donatelli ruled that the ball had glanced off Bailey's glove, then off the youngster's glove, and though Bailey caught the ball on the rebound before it hit the ground, the catch didn't count. He awarded Boiling a ground-rule double, giving the Braves' runners on second and third wi?h only one Oliver's Twist Pittsburgh- 5 Milwaukee— 6 ab r h ab r h 3 1 1 Alou,lb 5 2 1 3 0 0 BollinB,2b 5 1 2 0 0 0 Aaron.r£ 3 1 1 4 0 I Oliver ,c 4 0 2 4 0 0 Mat'ews,3b 4 0 2 4 0 0 carty.lf 3 0 0 4 0 0 Cline.cf 0 0 0 1 1 0 Torre,lb 1 0 1 2 1 1 Jones,cl 4 1 1 2 0 1 Wood'ard,ss 3 1 0 0 1 0 Sado'ski.p 3 0 0 0 0 0 dcLaHoz.ph 1 0 0 1 0 0 Fischer,pr 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fischer,pr 0 1 0 3« .'•> 4 Totals Balley,3b Virdon,cf Rodgers.ss Clem'te.rt Stargell.If Cl'denon.lb Maz'oskl,2b Alley .ss Virgil.c PagU'oni.c Pagan,3b Cardwell,p Mota.ph Lynch.ph Law.pr Totals One out when winning run scored. Pittsburgh 001 OflO (140—5 Milwaukee . 10.; 1«« OO'i E — Pagan. Billing. LOB - Pittsburgh 2 Milwaukee 8. RBI — Bailey 2. Rodgers, Pagliaronl, Boiling. Oliver 3, Jones. 2B — Paeliar- oni. Bailey, Oliver. Boiling. HR — Jones 161. S — Cardwell. BF — Bailey. Rodgers. IP H Cardwell 5 6 Schwall 2 1 McBean % 2 Carpin L, 3-1 ... % 1 Veale 0 0 Sadowski Vh 3 O'Dell W, 6-4 1% 1 Veale faced one man In 0th. HBP — By Sadowski, Alley. WP — Sadowski. Veale. T—2;45. A—4,518. Phillies Get 22 Safeties, Grand Slam CINCINNATI — m —The Philadelphia Phillies bombed Cincinnati pitchers for 22 hits Saturday, including a grand slam homer by Johnny Calli son, and trounced the Reds 14-7. Johnny Briggs drove in five Phillie runs with a homer, two singles and a sacrifice fly. Pat Corrales had four hits for the winners, while John Herrnstein added a homer and two singles. The Cincinnati defeat, coupled with the Dodgers 7-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs, dropped the Reds a full game behind Los Angeles in the National League pennant race. Philadelphia, in its biggest offensive display of the year, came up with the crusher in the six-run fourth inning Herrnstein led off with his homer and Callison ripped his bases-loaded blow off Jim O'Toole in that inning. The Reds pounded out 13 hits themselves but were in a futile fight after the Phillies' big fourth. Reliever Ed Roebuck, who followed Ray Gulp and Gary Wagner, was the winner. rhiladclphl; 1—14 ab r h 5 2 3 Cincinnati—7 Harper.ir Rose,2b Pinson.cf Rob'son.rf Coleman.lb D.J'nson,3b Edwards.c Cardenas,ss Tsltouris.p Duffalo.p Keough.ph Sh'sky.ph ab 3 r h 2 0 4 5 5 5 4 4 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 R ER BB SO 4 4 12 out and the tying run already in. Based on Assumption Walker claimed that Don- atelll's version of what happened was based on an assumption. "You can't call them from where he was standing," said Walker. "He was still on the infield when he called it," Walker complained. "He couldn't see it no more than we could from the dugout." Walker said the play changed the complexion of the game. "I can pitch completely different," he said. "I don't have to walk their men and I can play my infield back." Veale had no excuses for his wild pitch. "It wasn't a bad pitch," he said. "I just threw it to the bad spot." The big left bander explained that in a bases-loaded situation with the winning run on third "I'm not just trying to cut the ball loose and hoping it's somewhere in the strike zone and not at someone. I'm just defying them to hit it." * Briggs.cf Rojas,2b Calllson.rf Allen,3b Taylor,3b A.J'nson.if H'rnst'n.lb Wine.ss Corrales.o Culp.p Wagner.p Roebuck,p Totals 4fi 14 32l Totals 7 13 Philadelphia 003 fll2 011—14 Cincinnati 010 213 000— 7 E — Coleman. DP — Philadelphia 2. • LOB — Philadelphia 13. Cincinnati 6. RBI — Briggs 5, Ro,tas, Callison 4, Allen, Herrnstein. Corrales, Kose 2. Robinson, D. Johnson, Edwards, Keough. 2B — Rojas. Wagner, Rose, Robinson, Roebuck. 3B — Rose. HR— Briggs 121. Callison (101, Herrnstein 11). S — Roebuck. SP — Briggs. Allen. IP H R ER BB SO Culp 3»/3 6 3 3 0 3 Wagner .. 2 Roebuck W, 5-3 3 "3 Tsltouris L, 5-6 2 O'Toole IVn Duffalo 2% Arrlgo 2 McCool 1 . _ Tsitouris faced 3 men In 3rd. WP—Culp Duffalo. T — 3;16. A— 8.225. —Journal-Times Photo John Bruecker was a study in intensity as he battled in the junior veteran class against Roland Leverenz. Bruecker dropped the match 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 after winning his second round even against Bob Crabel 6-1, 6-0. Soms Pulls Biggest Upsets in Racine Tennis Tourney Andy Soms of Milwaukee pulled the day's biggest upsets in the Racine Tennis Tourney Saturday when he beat both the fourth and fifth seeded players. Soms won his first match on a default from Ray Suchy of Milwaukee, then proceeded to whip Bob Erickson of Menasha 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 and Madison's Tom Oberlin 6-4, 6-3. The field was narrowed down to the semi-finals today with Bob Stuckert of Milwau­ kee facing Bob Duesler of Indianapolis in one match and Soms meeting Don Schmidt of Fort Wayne in the other. All matches today will be played at the North Shore Club. In junior veterans division, Don Vought of Neenah will meet Bob Luedtke of Oshkosh in one semi-final single match while Roland Leverenz of Indianapolis goes up against Bob Curtis of Janesville in the other. The junior veterans doubles is down to a semi-finals match and the finals. The Bob Lohr-Adriano team already is in the finals. Bob Luedtke and Allen will meet Stuckert- Bruecker in a semi-final match to determine who is to enter the finals against them. Today's activities get started at 9 a.m. Tennis Tourney Homers Saturday AMERICAN LEAGUE Howard, Senators (14) Knoop, Angels (4) Green, Athletics (11) Harrelson Athletics (11) Wagner, Indians (17) Mantilla, Red Sox (13) NATIONAL LEAGUE Jones, Braves (16) Briggs, Phils (21 Herrnstein, Phils (1) Callison. Phils (19i Swoboda. Mets (16) White, Cards (12i Williams, Cubs (131 Johnson, Dodgers (7) REGULAR SINGLES (First Round) Andy Soms, Milwaukee, over Ray Suchy, Milwaukee, default; Charles Hawks, Zion, over Dr. Ralph Tom- kiewlcz, Racine, 6-2, 6-3; Bill Burns, Milwaukee, over Gary Kowalsky. Milwaukee, 6-0, 6-0; Charles Mulcahy, Milwaukee over Jan Christman, Milwaukee. 6-2, 6-4; Rudy Mayer, Milwaukee, over Bob Becker, Racine 6-0, 7-5. Tim Cahlll, Waukesha, over Dave Larson, Oak Creek. 6-0, 6-1; Jatczak, Milwaukee, over Helnze, Milwaukee, 6-0, 6-0; Bob Olsmann, Kenosha, over George Gary, Milwaukee, 6-4, 6-4; Bill Krlngel, Menasha, over Jim Shirley. Milwaukee, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4; Chudy Popoff. Waukegan, over Darrell Laschen, Milwaukee, 6-3, 6-2; Tim Hoyt, Milwaukee, over Robert Cunningham Jr., 6-3, 6-2. (Second Round Bob Stuckert, Milwaukee, over Tom —Journal-Times Photos Roland Leverenz appeared to be a happy tennis player as he battled through a ^ird round match. Evinrude, Milwaukee. 6-0, 6-0; Hawks over Mulcahy 2-6 6-2, 6-3; Upton Giles, Covington. La , over Skip Pilsbury, Madison, default; Bob Duesler, Indianapolis, over Barry Kramer, Madison, default; Cahlll over Jatczak 6-3, 6-8, 7-5; Vilas Cakans, Milwaukee, over William Mccarty, Milwaukee, 6-1, 6-2. Bruce Fraser, Milwaukee, over Chuck Isetts, Kenosha, 6-3, 6-1; Don Schmidt, Fort Wayne, over Bill Mulvihill, Milwaukee, 6-0, 6-0; Burns over Hoyt 6-2, 6-3; Gerry Heck, Milwaukee, over Mayer 6-0, 6-4; Tom Pedersen, Kenosha, over Dennis Kuhnke, Milwaukee. 6-3, 6-1; Marv Cohen, Chicago, over Olsmann 6-2, 6-1; Krlngel over Popoff 6-0, 6-0; Soms over Erickson 4-6, 6-1, 6-1; Dudley Johnston, Fort Wayne, over Barry Conway, Menasha, 7-6, 6-3. Third Round Stuckert over Hawks 6-1. 6-0; Giles over Heel; 6-4, 4-6, 0-4; Duesler over Cahill 6-0, 6-2; Cakans over Fraser 6-4, 5-7, 6-2; Schmidt over Burns 6-3, 6-1; Cohen over Pedersen 6-1. S-2; Tom Oberlin, Madison, over Kringel 6-3, 6-3; Soms over Johnston 6-4, 6-3. Quarter-finals Stuckert over Giles 6-1, 6-0; Soms over Oberlin 6-4, 6-3; Schmidt over Cohen 6-1, 6-1; Duesler over Cakans 6-2, 6-3. REGULAR DOUBLES Schmidt-Johnston over Bob Zaffran- Black 6-4, C-4; Oberlin-Pedersen over PopoII-Newberry 6-0, 8-3; Cohen-Soms over Duane Arena-AI Nicsen 6-0, 6-0; Duesler-Levercnz over Isetts-Hawks 6-1, 6-2; Fraser - Burns over Kuhnke- Jatczak 6-3, 6-1; Steve Birkholtz-Mark Isaacson over Doughlin-Litellier 4-6, 6-1, 6-2; Bob Becker-George Gary over John Burch-Dave Magnusson 6-4 6-3; Giles-Pilsbury over Trunk-Christman 3-3, 6-4. JUNIOR VETERAN SINGLES First Round Jesse Aranda, Milwaukee, over Jack Jmith, Milwaukee, 4-6. 6-3, 6-3; Bob .'rabel, Milwaukee over Lee Eby, Mil- .I'aukee. 6-1, 6-3. Second Round Don Vought, Neenah, over Don Borchardt, Milwaukee 6-1, 6-4; Jerre Allen, Milwaukee, over Ed Brooks, Knowles, 7-5, 8-7; Papenthlen, Milwaukee, over Bud Shirley, Milwaukee, 1-6, 7-5, 6-2; Luedtke over Aranda 10-8. 6-3; Bob Curtis, Janesville, over Art Hansmann, Racine, 6-2, 6-3; Bob Lohr, Milwaukee, over Norm Albert, Milwaukee, 6-0, 6-1; Roland Leverenz. Indianapolis, over Robert Schultz, Milwaukee, 6-0, 6-3; John Bruecker, Milwaukee, over Crabel D-1, 6-0. Qusrter-finals Vought ov.!r Allen 6-0, 6-1; Luedtke, iver Papenthlen 6-3. 6-1; Curtis over L,ohr 0-6, 6-2. 6-3; Leverenz over •rueeker 6-4. 3-6, 7-3. JUNIOR VETERAN DOUBLES First Round Curtis-Shirley over Paul Sobel-Gene 3asiorkiewicz, Racine. 6-1. 6-0; Second'Round Bmith-Schullz over Shcperd-Becker 6-1, 6-0; Lohr-Adriano over Curtis- Shirley 6-3, 6-1; Luedtke-AUen over Don Trunk-Eby 6-1, 6-2; Stuckert- Bruecker over Ed Brooks-Aranda 6-1, 6-0. Third Round Lohr-Adrianii' over Smith-Schultz 6-3, 6-2. Sullivan Captures Wilmot Fea+ure WILMOT — Jim Sullivan of Antioch won the 25-lap feature stock car race at the Wilmot Speedway Saturday night with an average speed of 52.35 miles an hour. Winner of the 15-lap semi- feature was Junior Dodd of Waukegan. Bill Klein, Burlington, was second and Lee Weslawski, East Troy, third. Heat winners were George Uttech, Kenosha; Dodd; Jim Olett, Halese Corners, and Ken Tlougan, Milwaukee. Don Scorce, West Allis, was fastest qualifier. luan Marichal Gets No. 15, SAN FRANCISCO — (^) — San Francisco's Juan Marichal posted his 15th victory and eighth shutout of the season Saturday, stopping Houston on five hits in the Giants' 7-0 victory. Marichal, who has lost seven games surrendered three singles to Bob Lillis. Lillis and Rusty Staub, who doubled, combined forces in the eighth inning to put Marichal in his only serious jam, placing men on second and third with one out. But the Giants' righthander got Joe Morgan to foul out and Lee Maye to ground out, ending the threat. Dick Farrell, tagged for three runs in the first inning, took the loss. He is 7-3, Farrell walked Dick Schofield, the Giants' leadoff man. The Alou brothers, Matty and Jesus, then smacked doubles into right field. A throwing error by Gus Triandos on a tap in front of the plate by Jim Hart enabled Jesus Alou to score. Farrell was forced to leave the game in the third inning when he jammed a finger while covering first base. The Giants scored an unearned run in the fourth off reliever Dave Giusti and added another earned run in the sixth. Two more runs came across in the eighth off Jim Owens on a single by Marichal, a double by Schofield and a single by Bob Burda. Willie Mays did not play for the Giants. He was rested for the eighth time this season. It was the first game the Giants won this year without the center fielder. Houston—0 Morgan.3b Maye,if Wynn.cf Bond.rf Aspro'nte,3b Gentile.lb Triandos,c Illis.ss Farrell,p Glusti.p Staub,ph Totals Houston 000 000 000—0 San Francisco .... 300 101 03x—7 E—Triandos, Farrell, Gentile, Hart. DP—Houston 1, San Francisco 1. LOB —Houston 6. San Francisco 10. RBI—J. Alou 2. McCovey, Burda. 2B —M. Alou. J .Alou. Staub. SB—Hart, M. Alou. S—Marichal. IP H R ER BB SO 2 3 2 1 1 5 2 1 1 0 0 3 2 2 5 0 |San Francisco—7 ab r h ab r h 4 0 Ol.Schofield.ss 4 2 1 4 0 0 M. Alou.cf 5 2 2 4 0 1 J. Alou.rf 5 1 1 4 0 0 McCovey,lb 4 0 1 4 0 0 Burda.lb 1 0 1 4 0 0 Hart,3b 5 0 2 2 0 0 Haller.c 3 0 1 3 0 3 G'br'ls'n,lf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Lanler,2b 3 1 1 10 0 Marlehal.p 3 1 1 1 0 1 Marlehal.p •A-l 0 5 Totals ,S6 7 11 Farrcl L, 7 -3 .. a-^j Giusti 31A Comb.s 1 Owens , 1 Marichal. W, 15-7 9 HBP—By Marichal. Triandos. Giu.sti. T—2:28; A—15,771. 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 WP— Cleveland Indians Beat Red Sox to Edge Closer CLEVELAND — (m — Pedro Gonzalez rapped a three-run triple and Leon Wagner hit a two-run homer as the second-place Cleveland Indians defeated the Boston Red Sox 8-5 Saturday night. The Indians' third straight victory, coupled with Kansas City's 5-4 victory over Minnesota, narrowed the Twins' first-place margin to three games. Gonzalez' big blow capped a five-run sixth inning for the Indians and nullified Felix Mantilla's three-run homer, in the same inning. Mantilla's homer, his 13th, scored Lenny Green and Carl Yastrzemski, who had walked. Cleveland—» ab r h ab r h 4 1 1 Brown.ss 5 1 2 2 0 0 Alvis,3b 4 2 3 3 0 0 Wagner,lf 4 2 2 4 2 2 Colavito,rf 3 1 1 4 2 3 Whitfield.lb 3 0 0 4 0 1 DavaUUo.cf 3 0 0 4 0 0 Azcue.c 4 1 0 3 0 0 Gonzalez,2b 4 1 1 3 0 1 Tiant,p 2 0 0 1 0 0 Tiant,p 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 35 S !) Totals •Al 8 9 Tribal Custom Boston—S Green,lt Malzone.3b Jones.3b Yastr'skl.rf Mantilla.2b Thomas,lb Gosger.cf Tillman,c Petoc'li.ss C'nigl'ro,ph Bressoud.ss Wilson .p Horton,ph Nixon,ph Totals Boston 000 OOS (iiO— Cleveland 000 011,5 '.Jlx—K E—Whitfield, Petroeelli, Jones. LOB —Boston 7, Cleveland 6. RBI—Mantilla 3. Thomas. Gosger, Brown. Wagner 2, Colavito, Whitfield, Gonzalez 3. 2B—PetvoceUl, Thomas, Nixon. Brown. 3B—Gonzalez. HR— Mantilla (131. Wagner (17i. SB- Green. S—McMahon. SF—Whitfield. IP H R ER BB SO Wilson, L, 6-7 . 5 4 4 2 3 4 Farley 0 0 0 0 0 Heffner 1 1 0 0 1 Ritchie '33 2 2 0 I Bennett l = a 1 1 0 1 0 Tlant W, 8-3 . .6% 4 3 3 3 7 Bell ',a 4 2 2 I 0 McMahon .2 1 0 0 0 1 Wilson faced 4 men In etM Bell faced 3 men In 8th. ^ T—3:03. A—12.351.

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