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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 130

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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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\ 1-, Holtzman, Cubs rip S.F., 6-1 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ,Ernie Banks and Paul Popovich slammed homers for four runs and Jim Hickman dou- . bfed in two more behind Ken Holtzman as the Chicago Cubs blasted the San Francis- c6 Giants 6-1 yeaterday. Rookei Lee Pillock 0-2, making his second major league start, held the Cubs hittess until Phil Gagliano singled with two out in the' fifth, and then Popovich broke the scoreless tie in the sixth with his third home run. A walk, a single by Billy Williams and Hickman's double made it a three-run inning. Then in the eighth, Banks followed a walk and Ron Santo's single with his seventh homer. Holtzman, 8-3, posting his fifth straight victory, had the Giants blanked on six hits until Willie Mays rapped his 15th homer in the eighth. Mays also had a single, pulling him within 20 hits of the exclusive 3,000-hit club. CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bl ab r h bl Pooovich ss 5 1 2 15 Bonds rf 4000 Calllson rf 4100 Isallagher 3b 4 0 1 0 BWIIIams If 4110 Mays cf 4121 Hickman cf 2112 McCovev Ib 4010 Santo 3b 4110 Hendersn It 4010 [banks Ib 3113 Dietz c 4010 Hiatt c 1000 Fuentes 2b 4000 Rudoloh C 3000 Lanler ss 3010 Gaallano 2b 3010 Pillock o 2000 Hoitzmwn D 4000 McMahon o 0 0 0 0 Davenorthoh 1000 Davlson P 0000 McRae's single keys Cincy's Phillies'Fryman 7-4 triumph over NY's Mets **&* Astro8 ' -MA Lr he At!2OTa Thnrs., Jtmc 18,1970 NEW YORK (AP) - Pinch - hitter Hal McRae's bases loaded single keyed a three run ninth inning burst that gave the Cincinnati Reds a 7-4 victory over New York last night, ending the Mets' winning string at four games. The Reds filled the bases with none out in the ninth Atlanta rallies for 6-5 victory against Met reliever Ron Taylor on Woody Woodward's bunt single, a two - base error by shortstop Bud Harrelson on Jim Stewart's sacrifice bunt and an intentional walk to Pete Rose. McRae, batting for pitcher Clay Carroll, then singled to center to break a 4-4 tie. Nolan Ryan replaced Taylor and Total 33 6 7 6 Total 34 1 7 1 Chicago 000003030 —i San Francisco .. OOP 000010 — 1 . LOB—Chicago S, San Francisco 4. 2B— Hickman, Dletz. HR—Pooovlch (3), Banks (7). Mays (IS). Holtzman <W,8-3> .' P 9 H 7 ^ B § S ,°0 Pltlock (L.0-2) .... 5Vj 4 3 J 3 4 McMahon 1% 0 0 0 ' ' Davison 2 3 3 3 T-2:30. A- 5,859. MONTREAL (AP) - Gil Garrido drilled an eighth inning triple and scored on Rico Carty's single, giving the Atlanta Braves a 6-5 come- from-behind victory over the Montreal Expos last night. Garrido opened the eighth with a triple to right off Claude Raymond. One out later, Hank Aaron was walked intentionally and Carty followed with a single up the middle, breaking a 515 deadlock. Right-hander Mike Wegener, staked to a 4-0, lead, held the Braves hitless until the sixth, when opposing pitcher Jim Nash slammed a 430-foot, two-run homer after an error by third baseman Coco Laboy. Marv Staehle's run-scoring single in the sixth gave the Expos a 5-2 margin, but the Braves rallied for three in the seventh. They knocked out Wegener on singles by Aaron, Orlando Cepeda and Tony Gonzalez before pinchhitter Mike Lum capped the uprising with a two-run double off Raymond. The Expos scored a first inning run off Nash on Rusty Staub's double and Ron Fairly's single and tallied another in the second on singles by Jim Fairey and John Bateman's ground out. Jim Cos- ger's first homer of the season, after a single by Staehle in the fifth, sent them four runs ahead. ATLANTA MONTREAL ab r h bl ab r h bl Garrido ss 5120 Staehle 2b 3121 Mlllan 2b 5000 Gosger cf 5112 HAaron rf 3110 Stoneman p 0000 Carty Ifs 4011 Staub rf 5110 Cepeda Ib 4110 Fairly Ib 5021 Gonzalez cf 3111 Hahn pr 0000 Aspromte 3b 4 1 0 0 Fairey If . _3 1 10 sky, Dave Marshall and Ken Boswell restored the Mets' lead in the bottom half. Cleon Jones cracked a homer in the seventh, making it 4-2. CINCINNATI NEW YORK ab r r bl ab r h bl Rose rf 2210 AKGE EOF ft Bravo cf 4000 Harrelson ss 5 0 1 0 0000 CJones If 5111 1011 Shansky Ib 4120 0000 Jorgznsn Ib 1000 4121 Marshall rf 4010 4111 oswell Jb 3011 5113 Garrett 3b 3120 5000 Dyer c 3000 4000 Kranpool ph 1000 4130 Grote c 0 0 Ci 0 Carroll p McRae ph (granger p Perez 3b Bench c LMay b Carbo If Helms 2b Woodwrd ss PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Deron Johnson drilled a pair of doubles, driving in the deciding run and setting up an insurance marker, as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Houston Astros 4-2 last night. Oscar Gamble beat out and infield single with two out in the fifth inning for his third hit and Johnson followed with a runscoring double off loser HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA »b r h bl ab r h bl Torres ss 4021 TTaylor 3b 3110 Menke 2b 411 OBowa s 4110 Wynn cf 3000 Gamble cf 4131 TDavIs If 4011 DJohnson Ib 4 0 2 1 Watson b 4010 Hlsle rf 0100 Rader 3b 4010 RStone If 4011 JAlou rf 4110 Browne rf 4000 Edwards c 2000 Harmon 2b 2010 NMIIler ph 1010 Edwards c 4000 Imartinez ph 1 0 0 0 Total Houston , . Philadelphia 34 2 8 2 0 Lersch Total 0 15 00 n P P 00 0 1 ', 50 o 0 32 0 0 4 0 X 0 9 _ 0 3 2 i E—T.Davis, Watson, Lersch. DV— Houston 1. LOB—Houston 7, Pplladelphla 7, 2B—T.Taylor, D.Johnson 2, T.Davis 3B—Harmon. SB—Gamble, N.MIIIer. Simpson p 2000 Gentry p Stewart cf 1 1 0 0 Clndenon ph RTaylor pt Ryan P JTotal 36 7 9 & Total 1000 1000 0000 o 0 ci o 36404 Larry Dierker, giving Phillies a 3-1 lead. the Dierker (L,8-7) Fryman (W.5-3) Lersch WP—Dierker. A- «,767. er c Lum ph King c Nash p s Jaster p Wilhelm p Prlddy p Total 2000 BVAILEY LF V» 1012 Laboy 3b 4000 1000 Batoan c 5011 2112 Wine ss 2100 1000 Phillips ph 1000 1000 Sutherlnd ss 0 0 0 0 0000 Wegener p 3010 Raymond p 0000 ODnlhue p OcO 0 0 MJones If 000 0 walked Tony Perez, forcing in a run, and another scored as Lee May bounced into a force at second. May's 16th homer, a two run shot in the eighth, tied it 4-4 against Gary Gentry. Gentry had been nicked for aa run in the first when Rose doubled and came around on Perez' single and a throwing error by Wayne Garrett. But Tommie Agee's 14th homer of the year and eighth in the month of June — following a walk to Garrett — gave the Mets a 2-1 edge in the fifth. Johnny Bench tied the game with his 21st homer in the top of the sixth but consecutive singles by Art Sham- Cincinnati New York .1 0 0 .00 15.0 23—7 .000021 100—4 E—JGarrelt, Marshall. Harrelson. DP— .(Cincinnati 1. LOB—Cincinnati 8, New York 9. 2B-Rose, Garrett. HR—Agee (14), Bench (21), C.Jones (2), L.May (16). S—Stewart. IP H RER BBSO Simpson 6 7 3 3 4 6 Carrll (W.4-1) .... 2 21100 Granger 1 1 0 0 0 1 Gentry 8 7 4 3 3 8 R.Taylor 1)1,1-3) ... 0 23310 Ryan 1 0 0 0 1 1 Balk—Gentry. PB—Bench. T—2:53. W— 40 462. The Astros closed the gap in the sixth when Denis Menke singled and scored on a double by Tommy Davis, but Philadelphia added a wrap-up run in the eighth. With one out, Johnson doubled off the right field wall and pinch runner Larry Hisle scored on a s i n g 1 e by Ron Stone. 1970 CHEVROLET NOVA AIR CONDITIONING, POWER STEERING, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, TINTED GLASS, RADIO, HEATER, V-8 ENGINE, WHEEL COVERS. DRIVEN JUST 4 MONTHS. $ 2889 AUTO RESALE DIVISION OF GOLD KEY RENT-A-CAR ING. 7617 E. McDowell Rd., Seottsdale Ph. 946-3428 .. R ER BBSO ... 8 94337 ... 72-3 « 2 2 2 8 ... 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 I Balk—Fryman. 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Balto., Md. at Phoenix, Arii. also Detroit • Miami 36 6 8 6 Total 37 5 9 5 Atlanta Montreal 00' 1 0 V 002 121 310— i 000—5 r 1 21 1 3 free agents signed by Giants SAN .FRANCISCO (UPI) The San Francisco Giants yesterday announced the signing of three free agents — pitched John Ogden, infielder Richard Schroeder and outfielder Ken Danielson. Ogden, 19, of New York, was the team's llth pick in the June 4 free agent draft. The 5-11, 170-pound graduate of Far Rockaway High also can play the infield or outfield as well as pitch. Schroeder, 21, bats left- handed. He played at Wisconsin State University. Danielson, 6-1, 200 pounds, bats and throws lefthanded. He played at Wagner College in New York. Gurney returns E—Dldler, Aspromtnte 2, Laboy, King. LOB—Atlanta 5, Montreal 11. 2B—Staub, Fairly, Lum. 3B—Garrido. HR—Gosger (1), Nash (2). S—Staehlt. N E .?h BBS °....7 52-39 S 5 1 5 Jaster (W,l-0) 11-30 00 1 o Wilhelm 12-30 0 0 33 Priddv 1-30 0 0 0 0 Wegener 61-34 5 4 03 Raymond (L,3-4) ..11-33 1 1 1 1 ODonoghue 1-30 0 o o o Sloneman ...7.1 1 0 0 0 0 HBP—by ODonoghue (Gonzalez). WP— WilhelmupbSKIng. T—2:51. A—10,694. ZANDVOORT, Netherlands (AP) — Dan Gurney, lanky Californian racing driver, returns to Formula I racing here Sunday in the Dutch Grand Prix after two years away from European circuits. Gurney, one of the tallest drivers in motor racing, quit Grand Prix driving in 1968 to concentrate on sportscar events in the United States. Sunday, he returns to head the McLaren team in the fifth race counting toward the world drivers' championship. Last weekend, Gurney drove a McLaren sportscar to victory in a Canadian- American Series race at Mos- port, Canada. T PHOENIX MUNICIPAL STADIUM PHOENIX GIANTS EUGENE 8:00 P.M. 5999 E. Van Buren for Information Call 275-4488 TAPE/FM STEREO SOUND PACKAGE Unbelievable value! 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If your tire fails during the guarantee period, return it to us and we will, at our option, repair your tire, pr make an allowance based on the original purchase price, including applicable Federal Excise Tax, toward the purchase 'of a new tire. We will allow 100% of the.original purchase price, including applicable Federal; Excise Tax, during the 100% allowance period. Thereafter, we will allow 50% or 25% of the original purchase price, including applicable Federal Excise Tax, toward the purchase of a new tire. (See chart below) Here's how your guarantee against failure works: Entire guarantee period , 33 months 100% allowance period 1-1Q months 50% allowance period 11-19 months 25% allowance period ....20-33 months Tread Life Protection. We build into every Foremost tire safe traction indicators. They signal when your tire should be replaced. If your tire wears out'(except for incorrect alignment) we will make an allowance based on the original purchase price, including applicable Federal Excise Tax, toward the purchase of a new tire. We will allow VS during the first half or % during the second half of the-stated months of guarantee. This guarantee is not transferable, It is on)/ for private passenger cars or passenger station wagons. FOREMOST® GP WITH 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD NOW 17.44 plus fed. tax and old tirt .BLACK TUBELESS Size 650-13 700-13 C78-I4 21.45 560-15 21.45 Orig. *••*•*•• I 7«"?5 Fed. Tax ... 1.78 ... 1.96 ... 2.17 ... 1.75 NOW 20.44 plus fed; tax and old tire 'BLACK TUBELESS Size Orig. Fed. Tax E78-14 23.45 2.25 F78-14 25.45 2.44 F78-15 25.45 2.40 NOW 23.44 plus fed. tax and old tire BLACK TUBELESS Size Orig. Fed. Tax •G78-14 .,., 27.45 2.60 678.15 27.45 2.60 NOW 26.44 plus fed. tax and old tire BLACK TUBELESS' •Size Orig. Fed. 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