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CITY 88 The Arizona Republic ®O Phoenix, Thnrs., June 18,1070 Three hitter Bosox' Brett throttles KC KANSAS CITY (AP) - Ken Bfett stopped Kansas City on three hits and the Boston Red Sox swept to a 3-1 victory over the floundering Royals last night. Brett, winning his first game of the season, struck out eight and walked three. The lefthander has lost two times. The Red Sox, held to two hits over six innings by loser Dave Morehead, 2-3, broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth. Morehead walked the bases full after one out. George Scott bounced into a force out at second, scoring Carl Yas trzemski, and when second baseman Cookie Rojas' throw went wild, Reggie Smith also came home. Boston got both hits off Morehead in the first inning as Mike Andrews singled and Yastrzemski doubled him o third. Smith's bouncer scored Andrews. Lou Piniella's run - scoring single evened it at 1-1 in the bottom of the frame. BOSTON KANSAS CITY ab h bl Andrews 2b Schofield 2b Thomas 3b Ystrmskl If RSmpth cf Pefroclll s< Scott Ib BConoIro rf Moses c Brett p 1 Total 4 1 1 0 5 0 V, 1 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 3 0 28 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 Boston 8 Schaal 3b 0 Rolas 2b OOtis cf D ROIIver Ib 1 plmlla II 0 Keough rf 1 Flovd ss 0 Klrkptrck c 0 Morhead p 0 Brameier p Campnls ph Fitzmrris p 2 1 Total 00 002 0 2 0 1? 2 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 31 0 1 o. 0 0 0 0 0,0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 Kansas City Senators defeat Twins, 6-3 ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Aurelio Rodriguez drove home the tie-breaking run in the sixth inning while George Brunet and Darold Knowles scattered four hits last night as the Washington Senators shaded the Minnesota Twins, 6-3. Frank Howard walked and Rick Reichardt singled with one out in the sixth. A pop fly by Rodriguez fell safely iin short center field and Howard, who was running on the play, scored from second to put Washington ahead 2-1. But Reichardt held up and was forced at second base. I" ; V Hegan, Roof homers send Brewers past Orioles BALTIMORE (AP) Home runs by Mike Hegan and Phil Roof powered the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-1 Tigers HR topples A's DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers survived six errors and got a key three-run homer from light-hitting Ken Szotkiewicz on the way to a 9-7 victory over the Oakland Athletics last night. victory over the stumbling Baltimore Orioles test night. Hegan connected for his fifth homer of the season with sev- two men aboard in the enth inning to turn a tight pitching duel between Gene Brabender, 3-8, and Dave Top Ten AMERICAN LEAGUE Pl»y«r Club Carew Mln White NY A.Johnson Cal F.Robinson Bal Oliva Mln W.Horton Det Plnson cie F.Alou Oak Klllebrew Mln Aparicio Chi 6 43 62 61 51 57 59 51 63 57 57 AB 173 244 185 237 225 188 249 193 220 R 25 51 39 37 26 37 40 tt H 63 66 85 62 78 74 61 80 61 69 Pet. .364 .360 .348 .335 .329 .329 .324 .321 .316 .314 NATIONAL LEAGUE Player Club Carty Atl Perei Cln Hlckman Chi Clemente Pgh GrabrKewltz LA Gaston SD Shamsky NY Menke Htn Dletz SF Hebnet- Pgh GAB 59 63 52 52 60 62 49 64 54 52 212 238 171 198 190 167 243 194 187 R 48 54 38 22 29 39 21 33 32' 20 H 85 KB 59 67 64 84 55 80 63 60 Pet. .401 .370 .345 .338 .337 .336 ,129 .329 .325 .321 a Home Rum Home Runs F.Howard, Washington, 19; J.Powell, Perez, Cincinnati, 23; Bench, Cincinnati, Baltimore, 17; Kllletirew, Minnesota, 16; 21; RchAllen, St. Louis, 19; McCovey, Yajtrzernskl, Boston, 14; Mlncher, San Francisco, 19; H.Aaron, Atlanta, 17; Oakland, 13; W.Horton, Detroli. 13; Colbert, San Diego, 17; B.Williams, Walton, Milwaukee, 13. Chicago, 17. Runs Batted In Runs Batted In W.Horton, Detroit, 56; F.Howard, Perez, Cincinnati, 67; Bench, Cincinnati, Washington, 47; White, New York, 46; 58; RchAllen, St. Louis, 54; B-.WIIIiams, Klllebrew, Minnesota, 46; Oliva, Chicago, 52; H.Aaron, Atlanta, 52; Dietz, Tiger Pitchers Committed Minnesota, 46. I San Francisco, 52. O j- . McNally, 9-4, into Milwaukee's third victory in ' five games against the defending American League champs and Baltimore's fourth loss in five games. Roof's fourth homer, in the fifth inning, tied the game at 1-1 after Don Buford singled, stole second and scored on Frank Robinson's single in the Baltimore third. An error by Chico Salmon, filling in for the injured Dave Johnson, a single by Danny Walton and Dave May's sacrifice fly put the Brewers ahead in the sixth. May was playing his first game for Milwaukee after coming over in a trade from the Oriolfes Tuesday. MILWAUKEE ab r h bl Harper 3b Hegan ib Savage cf Hrshbrgr rf Walton If Snvder If DMay rf Pena ss Kubiak 2b Roof c MNertny c Brabendr p Hmphrys p BALTIMORE »b r h bi 120 Buford If 2110 4113 Salmon 2b 4000 2000 FRobinsn rf 4011 1100 JPowell Ib 4010 Rettenmd cf 0000 BRoblnsn 3b 2001 Hendrcks c 4000 Beianger ss 4000 Motton Ph 2211 McNwily p 0000 Dalrmple Ph 3000 Phoebus P 0000 Crowley ph 4020 4000 4 0 2 0 4020 3000 1000 2000 1000 0000 1000 Total 29 5 5 5 Total Milwaukee Baltimore 000 Oil 001 000 34 1 8 1 100—5 0 0 fl — 1 E— Buford, Harper, Salmon. DP— Milwaukee 1. LOB— Milwaukee' 5, Baltimore 8. HR— Roof (4), Hegan .(5). SB— Hendricks, Buford. S— Hmphrys. SF-D.May. • • lip h r er bi) so Brabender (W.3-8) .61-37 1 1 23 Hmphrys ....... 22-31 0 00 1 McNally (L,9-5) ... 7 5 5 4 Phoebus ..... 2 000 PB-Hendricks. T— 2:39. A— 7,839. J 8 E—Andrews, Thomas, Floyd. DP— Kansas City V LOB—Boston 8, Kansas City 7. 2B—Yastrzemski, cJOrkpartlck, R.OliS, S-WPetrocelll. I IP H RERBBSO Brett (W.l-2) 9 3 1 0 4 8 Morehead (L.2-3) ..6 23284 Burgmeler 1 0 0 0 0 1 Fltzmorrls 2 20010 E WP—Morehead. 1182:30. A— 9,493. Yank streak nipped The Senators added an unearned run in the seventh off Minnesota starter Jim Kaat, 5-5. Paul Casanova and Tim Cullen singled, Kaat fumbled Brunei's grounder and Ed Brinkman hit a sacrifice fly. four throwing errors and substitute third baseman Ike Brown made two more mis- Cues as the A's picked up six unearned runs. Detroit scored five runs off Jim Hunter in the second inning and two of those were unearned. O OAKLAND DETROIT abrhbl Campnrls ss 4421 MAullffe 2b Rudi Ib 4000 Stanley cf RJackson rf 2112 Kallne Ib Bando eb 5132 WHorton If MINNESOTA CHICAGO (AP) - Pitcher Jerry Janeski drove in three runs with a bases-loaded single and a squeeze bunt last night, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 6-3 victory tljat shattered the New York Yankee's six-game winning streak. ,i Janeski, 6-4, delivered a two-out two-run single in the second inning after the White Sox loaded the bases on singles by Duane Josephson and S^d O'Brien and a hit batsman. - *<*t • «Josephson and O'Brien singled again in the fourth and advanced on an infield out. Janeski then dropped a suicide squeeze, scoring Josephson, and O'Brien scored on a double by Walt Williams. Fritz Peterson, seeking to become a 10-game winner, suffered his third loss. . NEW.YORK .... ab r h bl Clarke 2b Kenney 3b WKIBfV Cater Ib Blefary rf Munson c Michael ss FPetersn p Kmkwski p Ward ph Wood's Pi CHICAGO abrhbl 00 WWIIams rf 5011 4011 Aparlcio si 4000 WASHINGTON ab r h bi Stroud cf 4110 Tovar cf Brnkman ss 3001 Carew 2b FHoward If 2100 Klllebrew Comer If 0 0 0 Ci Oliva rf Reichardt rf 3 0 1 1 Renlck 3b Unser rf 1000 Alyea If ARcarge 3b 4001 Holt If Epstein Ib 4 6 0.0 Cardenas ss Casanova c 4110 Mltterwld c Cullen 2b 4020 Kaat p Brunei p 3000 Allison Knowles p 0000 Zepp P Alou If Fernandz c Monday cf LaRussa 2b Drlscoll ph abrhbl 4111 4001 4000 3001 ab r h bl-.Grant p •4010 B«nt»r 0 4010 Seoul P --_-_Ib 2 0 0 0 BJonnson ph 1 0 0 p Schermn 4000 Lachman p 3 1 i o DGreen 2b 2000 Hovley p io 20 Total 5010 Northrup rf 4331 5010 Freehan c 4110 5120 I Brown 3b 2212 3000 Wert 3b 1010 1000 Szotkwlcz ss 3 2 1 3 0000 Cain p 1000 0000 Robertsn p 0000 2000 DJones ph 0000 1000 Schermn P 1000 0000 Tlmermn p 1000 0000 1000 . AND EVERYTHING ELSE YOU NEED FOR SPLASH PARTIES ALL SUMMER LONG! 38 7 10 5 Total 32 9 8 9 Ph 2000 Oakland 1000 Detroit 000 0 103 101 050030 000—7 1 0 X— » Total 32 3 6 3 Total 32 4.1 3 1 4020 CMav If Melton 3b Ph TotBl 4000 Blanco Ib 3010 McCraw Ib. 4000 Josephsn c 4131 OBrlen 2b 2000 Knoop 2b 0000 Berry cf 1000 Janeskl p 0000 Wood D 1000 3 4.6126 Total 4 n n ft Washington 4,21 Minnesota 3010 4 a 4 o DP—Was 1 0 0 010 0 0 1 000 10 I 00 I E—Bando, Campanerls, Cain i c i I.Brown 2, Scherman, Tlmmerman. LOB—Oakland 9, Detroit 6. 2B—I.Brown, •r 3 Bando. HR—Szotklewiez J2), Northrup —- 1 (10). SB—Campanerls 3, Fernandez. S— E—Cardenas, ihlngtorr 0000 c . a ,T. d S naSl 1 n¥ i A.Rodrlgm 11-3 3 2-3 3011 2013 'i ft ft n Brunei 1000 Knowles Kaat (L,5-5) 34 3 10 3 Ze| 3 2-3 1-3 1-3 Epstein, Kaat, Zepp. .„-..-. I, Minnesota 1. LOB—Hunter 3120 Washington 5, Minnesota 7. 2B—Stroud, Segul (L.2-4) - ' - - '•-••'—•as, Tovar. SB—Cullen, Lachemann iguez. SF-Br,nkman. RERBBso Gr f( n. ... Brune, (W.4-5, ... 8 4 , , 3 10 Ro^rtson ,. ^ 1 0 0 0 0 8 53228 Tlmmerman ..32-33 0 0 0 3 >pp 1 l o 0 0 0 Save—Tlmmerman. WP—Tlmmerman. SAVE—Knowles. T—2:18. A—17,476. T-3:02. A—12,541. New York Chicago 0 0 1 020 0 0 1 2 1 0 100—3 0 1 X— 6 E—Janeski. DP-Chicago 3. LOB-New York «. Chicago 7. 2B—Murcer, W.Williams. Josephson. HR—Melton (10), Murcer (9), Michael (1). S—Janeski. IP h r er bb so F.Peterson (L.9-3) 41-39 5 50 2 Kllnkowski 1 2J 1 0 0 0 C' Kekich 1 1 1 1 1.2 Janeski (W,<-4) .... 7 61221 Wood 2 40001 Save—Wood. HBP—by F.Peterson (Berry). PB—Josephson, Munson. T— 2:18. A— 8,472. LA blanks Bucs LOS ANGELES (AP) Claude Osteen pitched his way through two early jams and went-on to hurl the Los Angeles Dodgers past Pittsburgh 4^) last night for their second successive shutout victory. The victory, Osteen's ninth of the season, followed Don Button's 1-0 win against the Pirates Tuesday night. Osteen staggered through the first five innings, giving up six of the seven hits he allowed. -The Dodgers didn't get a hit off Dock Ellis until the fourth. Ellis, making his' first start since pitching a no-hitter last vgeek against San Diego, retired the first nine batters he faced. a*:,But Manny Mota poked a one-out single in the fourth and eventually scored on a single by Wes Parker. The Dodgers made it 3-0 in the Cards blank Padres, 8-0 *SAN DIEGO (AP) - Blaz- injg Bob Gibson overpowered San Diego on one hit, flirting with the first no-hitter of his bfilliant career for 7 2-3 innings last night, before Ivan Murrell drilled a single as the sL Louis Cardinals routed the E£dres 8-0. ;^Gibson, reeling off his sxith consecutive victory, was vir- tilally untouchable until Mur- f|ll drilled his hit, a sharp grounder into center field, With two outs in the eighth. •9 ;£The 34-year-old right-hander ted struck out 10 Padres with ms blazing fast ball and had SJJJowed only a fifth-inning $alk to Nate Colbert, who 'was quickly wiped out on a {jjpuble play bouncer by Mur- ifcll's hit. « * i*Gibson, 8-3, faced only 29 Batters, two above the mini- jfcum and finished with 13 Sjtrikeouts. sixth when Willie Davis got an infield single, stole second and scored on a double by Andy Kosco, who came home "on Bill Grabarkewitz's single. Los Angeles got its fourth run .in the seventh when Jim Lefebvre scored on a fielder's choice. Pittsburgh had Osteen on the ropes in the first inning when Patek and Matty Alou opened with singles. But Osteen got the next three Pirates to escape the jam. In the third Patek and Alou again singled and wound up on second and third with one out. But Osteen struck out John Jeter and Bob Robertson to end the threat. PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES ab r h bl ab r h b Patek ss 3030 Wills ss 401 MAlou cf 4020 Mota If 411 Jeter If 4000 WDavis cf A 1 2 BRobrtsn lo 4 0 0 0 Kosco rf 411 Mazroski 2b 4000 WParker Ib 3 0 1 AOIiver rt 4010 Grbkwltl 3b 4 0 1 JMay c 3000 Haller c 300 Hebner 3b 3010 Lefebvre 2b 312 Ellis p 1000 Osteen p 300 Cash ph 1000 c Pena p 0000 Total 31 0 7 0 Total 32 4 9 Pittsburgh Los Angeles 000 000 000 — 000 102 1 0 X — E—Mota, Haller. DP—Los LOB—Pittsburgh 6, Los Ang Kosco. SB-V/DavIs S—Ellli Ellis (L.5-5) A 7 Pena 2 2 Osteen (W,8-«> .9 7 T—2:01. A-17,327. 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