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Professional Baseball Â·iiinniiiiiiNiiiiininiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiwniiin Â· By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. Boston 67 54 Cleveland 60 Baltimore 61 New York 60 Milwaukee 59 Detroit 57 57 59 61 63 65 West 70 53 63 56 62 61 60 62 60 63 43 .554 .513 .508 .496 .484 .467 GB Hits, Pitches Way Past Cubt Nerthwett Arkansas TIMES, Tue*., Aug. 30, 1974 VAVKTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS 1A Short Man Turns Long By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball's premier short man went very, very long. And one of baseball's little men cam* on very, very big. Mike Marshall, who usually spends an inning or two mop- ping up victories for Los Angeles, stayed around for six on Monday and single-handedly mopped up thÂ« Chicago Cubs as a pitcher, a hitter and, finally, a gambling base runner to gtve the Dodgers a 12-tnning, 8-7 victory. Joe Morgan mopped up Philadelphia, period. He crashed two home runs, a 74 .569 .529 . .504 .492 .488 .398 5 8 9V4 10 21 Oakland Kan City Texas Chicago Minnesota California Monday's Games Boston 6, Chicago 1 Minnesota 6, New York 2 California 1, Detroit 0 Milwaukee 1, Oakland 0 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Kansas City (Fitzmorris 8-3) at Cleveland (G. Perry 16-7), N Texas (Brown 9-9) at Baltimore (Cuellar 14-9), N Chicago (Bahnsen 11-13) at Boston (Drago 5-7), N Minnesota (Blyleven 11-14) at New York (Dobson 10-14), N Milwaukee (Rodriguez 6-2) at Oakland (Hunter 17-10), N Detroit (Lolich 14-14) at California (Ryan 16-12), N Brave Sluggers Pound Redbirds, End Streak ATLANTA (AP) -- Hank Aaron and Darrell Evans each blasted two-run homers and Marty Perez hit a pair of two- run doubles to lead the Atlanta Braves _ to an 11-6 National League baseball victory over St. Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego National League East W L Pet. 65 62 62 57 52 50 58 60 60 62 66 69 West 76 46 74 49 .65 56 62 59 55 48 .528 .508 .508 .479 .441 .420 .623 .fiOZ .537 .512 .447 .390 GB 2% 6 13 2% 10W 1314 2114 Monday's Games Los Angeles 8, Chicago 7, 12 innings' Atlanta 11, St. Louis 6 San Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 3 ,-Cincinnati 15, Philadelphia 2 Montreal 7, San Diego 4 Houston 2, New York 1, 11 innings Tuesday's Games Los Angeles (Sutton 10-9) at Chicago (Kremel 0-1) Â· St. Louis (Foster 7-7) at Atlanta (P. Niekro 13-10), N San Francisco (Williams 1-3) White Sox 1-2 Punch Doesn't Work This Time By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Manager Chuck Tanner gave the Boston Red Sox his best 1-2 punch right off the bat Monday night but BUl'Lee and Diego Segui saw to it thai not much punch at all came off the White Sox' bats. Remembering back to May 31, when he had sluggers Dick Allen and Bill Melton batting in the 1-2 spots and they delivered consecutive third-inning hornen off Lee or all the runs in a 3-: Chicago triumph, Tanner tried it again. Â· This time, they managed only a single apiece and Allen ended Chicago's only real threat with a double-play grounder in the eighth inning as the Red Sox rolled to at Pittsburgh Brett 12-7), N (Kison 6-7 or raves' third. It was the 730th f his c a r e e r and 17th of the eason. Paced by Perez's first two- un double, the Braves had four Â·uns in the fourth and chased steen. They got three more uns'in the fifth, the key blow gain being a two-run double y Perez. Evans' homer, his 14th, came i the seventh off Sonny Sie- ert, the fourth St. Louis pitch- Osteen, recently traded from Houston, said he was happy to with St. Louis. "No more than I was pitching n Houston, I'm surprised any- ody knew where to find me," e said. "Only time I've been o the mound in the last 21 dayi Â·as on a muddy field during an stretched a 6-1 victory their lead in Philadelphia (Carlton 14-8 or Schueler 7-11) at Cincinnati (Kirby 7-7), N San Diego. (Freisleben 8-7) at Montreal (Rogers 12-15), N iiHiiiiiiNiiioiiinniiiiiiiiHiiiiDiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiic League Leaders QllIillllilBICilllilllli'lllillllflllllimiiiilllllltlWIIIIIMIMHJffl By The Associated Press American League BATTING- (300 at b a t s ) -Carew, Min, .361; Hargrove, Tex, .342. RUNS--D.Allen. Chi, 81; Ystrzmski, Bsn, 75. RUNS BATTED IN-Burroughs, Tex, 100; D.AUen, Chi, 84. H I T S--Carew, Min, 168; Scott, Mil, 139. DQUBLES-Rudl, Oak, 32; Scott, Mil, 30. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 9. HOME RUNS-p.Allen, Chi, 32; Burroughs, Tex, 24. S T O L E N BASES-North, Oak, 44; Rivers, Carew, Min, 30. Cal, 30; PITCHING Tiant, Bsn, G.Perry, Cle, 16-7, .696, 2143. (12 Decisions)-19-8, .704, 2.96 American League's East Div: sion to five games over idl Cleveland. Elsewhere, the Milwauke Brewers nipped the Oaklan A's 1-0, the Minnesota Twi whipped the New York Yankee 6-2 and the California Angel blanked the Detroit Tigers 1-0 Baltimore, Kansas City ai Texas also were idle. Lee and Segui combined on rive-hitter. Lee blanked th White Sox on three hits unt the eighth when his arm sti fened and he needed help from Segui after Chicago scored it, only run on a walk and single by Pete Varney and Buck Dent. Brewers 1, A'S 0 George Scott hit a second-in ning homer and Billy Champio and Tom Murphy made it stan up with a six-hitter. Scbtt's 10 homer of the season, a driv that curled around the righ field foul pole, was one of on four Milwaukee hits off Vid Blue. Murphy replaced Champio vhen Bert Campaneris led o .he eighth inning with a sing and recorded his 15th save. Twins 6, Yankees 2 Bob Darwin slammed Ihree-run homer off Sa McDowell in the first innin and Joe Decker scattered s hits, including Graig Nettle first home run since July 9. Steve Brye opened the game STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, 269; Blyleven, Min, 174. Cal, National League e St. Louis Cardinals Monday ;ht. The defeat broke a four-game nning streak for the East Dision leading Cardinals and ined Claude Osteen's pitching but with them. The Cardinals jumped off to big lead by scoring five runs the third on a double by ike Tyson and singles by Lou rock, Ted Sizemore, Reggie mith, Joe Torre and Bake cBride. Aaron got his homer In the three-run blast in the second Inning and a grand-slam in the third, as the Reds mangled the Phillies 15-2. In Monday's other National League games, the San Francisco Giants beat Pittsburgh 53, the Atlanta Braves belted St. Louis 11-6, the Houston Astros edged New York 2-1. in 11 innings and the Montreal Expos defeated San Diego 7-4. Marshall's play was crucia n helping the Dodgers snap their six-game losing streak and remain 2'A games ahead o! the Reds in the West Division. He led off the 12th inning with a single and moved to sec ond on a bunt. Then Rick Auer bach hit a slow roller down the first base line. Catcher Steve Swisher and pitcher Oscar Za mora both went for the ball While Swisher made the play a first, Marshall kept coming around from third base to cros the unguarded plate. Redi IS, Phillies I Morgan's first homer gave Cincinnati a 5-0 lead, then he nloaded his first career grand lammer in nine-run third. "Actually I hit my firsl ;rand-slam in old Crosley Field lere in Cincinnati as a rookie with the Houston Astros, bu Frank Robinson crawled up a ence and robbed me," the oot-7 Morgan grinned. Giants 5, Pirates 3 .. Dave Kingman hit a tie )roaking double in the ninth in ning--a liner down the thin ase line which Pittsburg Manager Danny Murtaugh in sisted was foul--then scored o Ron Bryant's single in the G: ants' victory over the Pirates. Astros 2, Mets 1 Milt May drove in Houston' tying run with a sacrifice fly i the ninth inning, then single home the winner in the llth t beat Tom Seaver and the MeU Expos 7, Padres 4 Montreal's Barry Foote droy in two runs, one with a ti breaking homer that triggere a a three-run seventh innin and beat the Padres. Noon Lions Members of the Noon Lions girls softball team for 1974 were (front row, left to right) Carolyn Trumho, Barbara Boyd, Dana Lashley a n d Vlckl Salsbury; middle row: Karen Conrow, Lisa Pitts, Melissa Melton Chandra Agec and Tammy Ripple; top row: Donna Miller, Emily Hall, Lisa Bocquet, Sherry Phillips xhibition game City. at Oklahoma "I didn't know what was gong on," he said. "At first they old me they wanted to go with a four-man rotation, but then it was obvious they had no use or me at all. So I wasn't sur- irised at all that I was traded. Intrepid Tries To Pad Margin In Cup Races NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -- Intrepid, the leader thus far in the America's Cup final trials, attempts to pad its 4-1 record today at the expense of winless Valiant in one of two races on Rhode Island Sound. In the other pairing, Mariner squares off against Courageous. Each has three wins in five out- Ramirez Takes Big Prize In Buckeye Tennis Meet t's good ender." to be with a con- Shreveporf Tops Travelers 4-2 SHREVEPORT, LA. (AP) Shreveport righthander Bob AV exander held Arkansas to a six- hitler here Monday night as the ings. Intrepid took over the top spot Monday by coming from behind and beating Mariner by 2 minutes, 39 seconds. Courageous swamped Valiant by 6:48 in the day's other race. Monday's races were delayed almost three hours in starting acause of the lack of wind and had to be shortened from 24.3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The bids of Mexican Raul Ramirez and Australian Colin Dibley for U.S. tennis tournament tiltes are over--Ramirez winning a $9,000 first-place check and Dibley being upset on the opening day of a tourney e was trying to win for the econd straight year. Ramirez, 21, won the men's ingles crown at the $50,000 Buckeye Tennis Championships t Colornjbus, Ohio, Monday ight by beating Roscoe Tan- jer, 3-6, 7-6, 6-4. The two are ormer collegiate rivals, Ramiez having played for Southern California and Tanner for Stan- play today. Connor's financee, Chris Ev ert, also a Wimbledon chain pion, was set to open play to day against he $30.000 miles to 19.8. Former star class world champion Dennis Conner of San Diego, who was at the helm of Mariner, said his choice of a wrong jib contributed greatly to his yacht's defeat. Mariner took the start and grabbed a 30-second lead at the first turning mark. But Intrepit Â«.., ... B ... =o u ,= * 4i j le d Â°" fte two reaching legs Captains took a 4-1 victory ever J/W tmOlf eased past Mariner the Travelers flve minutes after the two boats The loss, coupled with Vic- "unded the third mark 6n the toria's 8-2 decision' over Alexan- co " rse - - - dria, pushed the Traveleti four Jt . _^ fourth leg which full games back of the first- PTMY? dldeo ^ Ive - Marin er start place Totos in the Texas *? h *J str , etch with Â» lead Â° League east division standings. " In . e . partis, but ended up 2:3 Arkansas scored In the Hist Conner said later tha inning, but Shreveport turned if 16 Jib he had picked was tot the game around by routing [J ea VJ 'Â»' the six-knot southerly BATTING (300 at bats)-Garr, All, .359; Zisk, Pgh, .328. RUNS--Morgan, Cin, 88; Schmidt, Phi, 87. RUNS BATTED !N-Schmidt, Phi, 95; Bench, Cin, 91. HITS -- Garr, All, 183; D.Cash, Phi, 156. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi, 30; Bench, Cin, 30; Stargell, Pgh, 28; Morgan, Cin, 28; Rose, Cin, 28. TRIPLES--Garr, A.Oliver, Pgh, 11. Atl, 15; HOME RUNS--Schmidt, Phi, 30; Wynn, LA, 27. STOLEN BASES-Brock, StL, 84; Morgan, Cin, 51. PITCHING (12 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 .Caldwell, SF, 11-3, .786, 3.18. STRIKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi, 182; Messrsmth, LA, 164. with a double but was thrown out at third on Rod Carew's bunt. Larry Hisle followed with a single and Harmon Killebrew grounded out before Darwin powered his 20th home run of the season into the stands. Decker finished with a flourish, retiring the last 11 New York batters after a one-out walk in the sixth. Angels !, Tigers 0 Frank Tanana hurled a six- hitter for his second straight shutout and the Angels edge the Tigers on Winston Llenas' bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the ninth inning. Detroit rookie Fred Holdsworth matched scoreless innings with Tanana until the California ninth. lefthander Tony Gonzalei in three-run fifth inning. Arkansas' Jerry Mumphrey opened the game with a double and Rudy Kinard sacrificed him to third. Mumphrey sewed on an infield groundout by Joe Lindaey. The Captains tied the score in the second on a single by Tbm Stedman. Gonzalez pitched out of a bases-loaded Jain in the but the ~ ' the fifth. breeze. ord. Meanwhile Dibley, seeking to defend his singles title at the 50,000 Eastern Lawn Tennis )pen at South Orange, N.J. was beaten, 6-3, 6-3 Monday afternoon by Brian Gottfried, a J.S. pro who said he has "been playing prtty well lately." Third-seeded Tom Gorman withdrew from the Eastern be- Kristy Pigeon ii Women's Gras; cause of a back ,ournament's two injury. The top seeds. 3ourt Championships at New port. R.I. Second-seeded Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union also was to begin play today trains I Australian Cynthi; Doerner. Monday fourth-seeded Juli Heldman eliminated unranke Carrie Meyer of Indianapolis, f 3, 6-3 and sixth-seeded Gai" Chafreau of France beat Cal: fornian Laurie Tenney, 6-4, 6-2 But fifth-seeded Martina Nav ratilova of Czechoslovakia wa upset by Briton Jackie Fayer 6-2, 6-1. T: In the 47th U.S. Professiona T e n n i s Championships Brcokline, Mass., Monday, Nc 5 seed Arthur Ashe had a scar and 14th-seeded John Alexande was upset. ' Ashe beat Joachim LoyoMaj of Mexico, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6, winnin the final-set tiebreaker gam 8-6. Patrick Cornejo of Chi' usted Alexander, 7-5, 6-2. 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