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Old 01-30-2019, 02:38 AM   #61
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MAY 23, 1972
Today is the second game in the series in Texas between the Rangers and the Chicago White Sox.

Rumors are circulating that the Philadelphia Phillies have placed 1B Deron Johnson on the trading block.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 14-22 at Detroit 17-18
Cleveland 19-16 at New York 26-13
Baltimore 22-16 at Boston 12-25
Minnesota 22-16 at Kansas City 24-12
California 16-23 at Oakland 19-19

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 28-11 at Chicago 19-20
Houston 21-22 at San Diego 18-26 (2)
Atlanta 13-28 at Cincinnati 12-29
Philadelphia 21-20 at Montreal 16-24
Pittsburgh 22-17 at St Louis 23-16
San Francisco 27-17 at Los Angeles 26-16

CHICAGO WHITE SOX (18-20) AT TEXAS RANGERS (15-24)
MATCHUPS
SP Dave Lemonds vs Dick Bosman Advantage Texas
C Ed Hermann vs Dick Billings Advantage Chicago
1B Dick Allen vs Don Mincher Advantage Chicago
2B Mike Andrews vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Chicago
3B Bill Melton vs Dave Nelson Advantage Chicago
SS Luis Alvarado vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Carlos May vs Frank Howard Advantage Chicago
CF Jay Johnstone vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Texas
RF Pat H Kelly vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
Overall Advantage Texas

In the bottom of the first, Burroughs gave the Rangers the lead with an RBI single.

Andrews led off the top of the second with a home run.

After three: Chicago 1 Texas 1.

In the bottom of the fourth, Burroughs hit a solo home run.

Hermann led off the top of the fifth with a home run.

Steve Kealey took the mound for the White Sox in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Chicago 2 Texas 2.

Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the eighth.

Terry Forster took the mound for the White Sox in the bottom of the eighth.

With a runner on first and one out in the top of the ninth, Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers and kept the White Sox from taking the lead.

In the bottom of the ninth, Mincher scored the winning run on a wild pitch.

Final score: Texas 3 Chicago 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Bosman 7.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 8 Milwaukee 3
New York 2 Cleveland 1
Baltimore 7 Boston 5
California 5 Oakland 1
Minnesota at Kansas City ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 5 Chicago 2
San Diego 2 Houston 1 Game 1
Houston 4 San Diego 2 Game 2
Cincinnati 10 Atlanta 0
Montreal 3 Philadelphia 2
St Louis 2 Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 8 Los Angeles 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jack Billingham Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 K, W

2. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals 7.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W

3. Alan Foster California Angels 8.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 2 K, W



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Old 01-30-2019, 05:00 AM   #62
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MAY 24, 1972
The Rangers look to end their 7 game home stand with a 3 game sweep of the Chicago White Sox.

Rumors are circulating that the Boston Red Sox could be looking to deal 3B Tommy Harper.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 22-16 at Kansas City 24-12 (2)
Baltimore 23-16 at Boston 12-26
Milwaukee 14-23 at Detroit 18-18
Cleveland 19-17 at New York 27-13
California 17-23 at Oakland 19-20

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 13-29 at Cincinnati 13-29
New York 29-11 at Chicago 19-21
Philadelphia 21-21 at Montreal 17-24
Pittsburgh 22-18 at St Louis 24-16
San Francisco 28-17 at Los Angeles 26-17
Houston 22-23 at San Diego 19-27

CHICAGO WHITE SOX (18-21) AT TEXAS RANGERS (16-24)
MATCHUPS
SP Stan Bahnsen vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Chicago
C Ed Hermann vs Dick Billings Advantage Chicago
1B Dick Allen vs Don Mincher Advantage Chicago
2B Mike Andrews vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Chicago
3B Bill Melton vs Dave Nelson Advantage Chicago
SS Rich Morales vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Carlos May vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
CF Jay Johnstone vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Texas
RF Pat H Kelly vs Larry Biittner Advantage Chicago
Overall Advantage Chicago

In the top of the first, Allen tried to record an RBI via the sacrifice fly but Maddox threw Kelly out at home after he had tagged up at third. But Melton did pick up an RBI with a single.

After three: Chicago 1 Texas 0.

In the top of the fourth with a runner on first and one out, Mike Paul took the mound for the Rangers. Johnstone ripped an RBI double.

In the bottom of the fourth, Billings put the Rangers on the board with an RBI single. With runners at the corners and nobody out, Biittner grounded into the 6-4-3 but Mincher came home with the tying run.

After six: Chicago 2 Texas 2.

In the top of the seventh, with a runner on first and one out, Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers. A couple of walks later and bases were loaded with one out. Allen popped into the infield fly rule for the second out. Melton then flew to center to retire the side.

In the top of the eighth, Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers.

In the bottom of the eighth, Terry Forster took the mound for the White Sox.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Rangers put the winning run on first but Lenny Randle grounded into the 6-4-3 to send the game into extra innings.

Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the tenth. Hermann picked up an RBI with a two out single.

Cy Acosta took the mound for the White Sox in the bottom of the tenth. The Rangers loaded the bases with two out. Billings tied it with an RBI single but Rick Reichardt threw Nelson out at home as he was trying to score the winning run from second.

In the top of the eleventh, the White Sox loaded the bases with one out. Allen drew a four pitch walk to bring home the go-ahead run. Melton added an RBI single. Andrews drew a full count walk to bring in another run. Hermann popped up for the second out. Tony Muser drew a full count walk to bring home another run. Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers. The White Sox ended up sending 10 men to the plate in the inning.

Vicente Romo took the mound for the White Sox in the bottom of the eleventh and got them in order.

The White Sox ended up with 10 hits in the game.

Final score: Chicago 7 Texas 3 11 innings.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Stan Bahnsen 7.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 5 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 2 Minnesota 1 Game 1
Kansas City 9 Minnesota 0 Game 2
Boston 5 Baltimore 3
Milwaukee 5 Detroit 1
Cleveland 4 New York 3 14 innings
California 5 Oakland 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 2
New York 4 Chicago 0
Philadelphia 6 Montreal 0
St Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3 10 innings
Los Angeles 7 San Francisco 3
Houston 3 San Diego 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Paul Schaal Kansas City Royals 3 for 6, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, BB

2. Roger Nelson Kansas City Royals 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

3. Ken McMullen California Angels 2 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

Detroit Tigers LF Gates Brown has been suspended three games for arguing with the umpire during the game and criticizing the umpire to the press after the game.

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MAY 25, 1972
After going 3-4 on their home stand, the Rangers travel to Minnesota for a four game series against the Twins. Minnesota has lost 3 of its last 4. The Twins have the third best team OBP in the American League. Only two AL teams have hit fewer home runs (one of them being Texas) and only two teams in the league have fewer stolen bases than the Twins. Minnesota leads the season series 3-1.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 15-23 at Detroit 18-19
Cleveland 20-17 at New York 27-14
Baltimore 23-17 at Boston 13-26
Kansas City 26-12 at California 18-23

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 30-11 at Chicago 19-22
Pittsburgh 22-19 at St Louis 25-16

TEXAS RANGERS (16-25) AT MINNESOTA TWINS (22-18)
MATCHUPS
SP Rich Hand vs Dick Woodson Advantage Minnesota
C Dick Billings vs George Mitterwald Advantage Minnesota
1B Frank Howard vs Harmon Killebrew Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Rod Carew Advantage Minnesota
3B Dave Nelson vs Steve Braun Advantage Minnesota
SS Toby Harrah vs Danny Thompson Advantage Minnesota
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Steve Brye Advantage Texas
CF Elliott Maddox vs Cesar Tovar Advantage Texas
RF Ted Ford vs Bobby Darwin Advantage Minnesota
Overall Advantage Minnesota

In the bottom of the first, Killebrew hit an RBI single.

In the top of the second, Kubiak's attempt to get an RBI single was thwarted when Tovar three Howard out at home as he was trying to score from second. The very next at bat, however, Ford did score from second on a throwing error by Braun.

After three: Texas 1 Minnesota 1.

In the bottom of the fourth, Woodson put the Twins back in front with an RBI single.

In the bottom of the fifth, Carew hit an RBI triple and then scored himself on a Thompson single.

After six: Minnesota 4 Texas 1.

In the top of the seventh, a run-scoring double by Hand cut into the Twins lead.

After Carew led off the bottom of the seventh with a single, Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers. The Twins loaded the bases with two out. Woodson then knocked in a pair with a single, giving the Twins pitcher 3 RBI for the game. Tovar addedan RBI single.

In the top of the ninth, Maddox hit an RBI single. The Rangers then loaded the bases with two out. Nelson then flew to center to end the game.

The Twins pounded out 13 hits in the win.

Final score: Minnesota 7 Texas 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Woodson 9.0 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 4 K, 3 for 4, 3 RBI

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 11 Detroit 4
New York 3 Cleveland 1
Boston 3 Baltimore 2 10 innings
Kansas City 5 California 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 5 Chicago 1
St Louis 4 Pittsburgh 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Paul Splittorff Kansas City Royals 8.2 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 8 K, W

2. John E Briggs Milwaukee Brewers 3 for 3, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. George C Scott 4 for 5, 2B, 2 RBI, 3 R

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MAY 26, 1972
Tonight is the second game in the series in Minnesota between the Rangers and the Twins.

New York Mets CL Tug McGraw will miss the rest of the season due to a torn elbow ligament.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 16-23 at Boston 14-26
Detroit 18-20 at New York 28-14
Cleveland 20-18 at Baltimore 23-18
Kansas City 27-12 at California 18-24
Chicago 19-21 at Oakland 19-21

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 17-25 at Chicago 20-22
Philadelphia 22-21 at Pittsburgh 22-20
San Francisco 28-18 at Atlanta 13-30
San Diego 19-28 at Cincinnati 14-29
New York 30-12 at St Louis 26-16
Los Angeles 27-17 at Houston 23-23

TEXAS RANGERS (16-26) AT MINNESOTA TWINS (23-18)
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Gogolewski vs Steve Luebber Advantage Texas
C Hal King vs George Mitterwald Advantage Minnesota
1B Don Mincher vs Harmon Killebrew Advantage Push
2B Lenny Randle vs Rod Carew Advantage Minnesota
3B Dave Nelson vs Steve Braun Advantage Minnesota
SS Toby Harrah vs Danny Thompson Advantage Minnesota
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Steve Brye Advantage Texas
CF Elliott Maddox vs Cesar Tovar Advantage Texas
RF Ted Ford vs Bobby Darwin Advantage Minnesota
Overall Advantage Minnesota

In the top of the second, Randle put the Rangers in front with a 2 run homer. The Rangers then loaded the bases with one out. Nelson popped up for the second out. Burroughs then hit a grand slam. The Rangers sent 10 men to bat in the frame.

In the bottom of the second, Darwin hit a 2 run homer.

In the bottom of the third, Braun hit an RBI double. A sacrifice fly from Carew brought another run home.

After three: Texas 6 Minnesota 4.

In the top of the fourth, Burroughs hit his second home run of the game, this time a solo shot. With a runner on first and one out, Bob Gebhard took the mound for the Twins. King picked up an RBI single. A Randle single loaded the bases with one out. Gogolewski picked up an RBI with a sacrifice fly.

After drew a leadoff walk in the top of the sixth, Jim Strickland took the mound for the Twins.

Mike Paul took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Texas 9 Minnesota 4.

In the top of the tenth, a sacrifice fly by King added to the Rangers big lead.

Wayne Granger took the mound for the Twins in the top of the ninth.

Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the ninth. Carew hit an RBI triple and scored on a Darwin grounder to first.

The Rangers and Twins combined for 24 hits in the game.

Final score: Texas 10 Minnesota 6.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jeff Burroughs 2 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 2 Milwaukee 1
New York 3 Detroit 0
Cleveland 8 Baltimore 5
Kansas City 7 California 0
Oakland 6 Chicago 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 10 Montreal 9
Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 3
Atlanta 6 San Francisco 2
Cincinnati 7 San Diego 0
St Louis 4 New York 2
Los Angeles 5 Houston 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jeff Burroughs Texas Rangers 2 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, BB.

2. Bruce Dal Canton Kansas City Royals 9.0 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K Dal Canton gets credited for a no-hitter. The Royals were charged with one error in the game.

3. Mel Stottlemyre Sr 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

Gary Nolan of the Cincinnati Reds pitched a complete game shutout.

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MAY 27, 1972
Today is the third game of the series in Minnesota between the Rangers and the Twins.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 18-21 at New York 29-14
Chicago 19-22 at Oakland 20-21
Cleveland 21-18 at Baltimore 23-19
Milwaukee 16-24 at Boston 15-26
Kansas City 28-12 at California 18-25

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 17-26 at Chicago 21-22
Philadelphia 23-21 at Pittsburgh 22-21
San Francisco 28-19 at Atlanta 14-30
San Diego 19-29 at Cincinnati 15-29
New York 30-13 at St Louis 27-16
Los Angeles 28-17 at Houston 23-24

TEXAS RANGERS (17-26) AT MINNESOTA TWINS (23-19)
MATCHUPS
SP Pete Broberg vs Dave LaRoche Advantage Texas
C Dick Billings vs George Mitterwald Advantage Minnesota
1B Don Mincher vs Harmon Killebrew Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Rod Carew Advantage Minnesota
3B Dave Nelson vs Steve Braun Advantage Minnesota
SS Toby Harrah vs Danny Thompson Advantage Minnesota
LF Frank Howard vs Steve Brye Advantage Texas
CF Elliott Maddox vs Cesar Tovar Advantage Texas
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Bobby Darwin Advantage Texas
Overall Advantage Minnesota

In the top of the first, Howard picked up an RBI double.

In the bottom of the first, Carew put the Twins in the lead with a 2 run triple and then scored himself when Darwin grounded out to short.

In the top of the third, Burroughs hit a run-scoring single.

After three: Minnesota 3 Texas 2.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Twins loaded the bases with nobody out. Carew then beat out the 6-4-3 to pick up an RBI. Darwin followed with an RBI single.

With bases empty and one outin the top of the sixth, Tom Norton took the mound for the Twins.

In the bottom of the sixth, an errant throw by Billings on a Braun grounder allowed Mitterwald to score from third.

After six: Minnesota 6 Texas 2.

In the bottom of the seventh, Darwin hit a solo home run and that was all she wrote for Broberg as Mike Paul took the mound for the Rangers.

Wayne Granger took the mound for the Twins in the top of the eighth. Biittner hit a 2 out double but Billings was thrown out at home trying to score from first.

Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the eighth.

In the top of the ninth, the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. But Billings grounded to third to end the game.

The two teams combined for 20 hits in the game.

Final score: Minnesota 7 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bobby Darwin 3 for 4, HR, 3 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 2 Detroit 1
Oakland 1 Chicago 0
Baltimore 3 Cleveland 2
Boston 5 Milwaukee 3
California 4 Kansas City 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 6 Chicago 0
Pittsburgh 6 Philadelphia 3
Atlanta 9 San Francisco 8 10 innings
San Diego 3 Cincinnati 2 11 innings
St Louis 4 New York 3
Houston 6 Los Angeles 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Catfish Hunter Oakland Athletics 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 12 K, W

2. Bill Stoneman Montreal Expos 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

3. Clay Kirby San Diego Padres 8.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

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MAY 28, 1972
The Rangers will try to leave Minnesota today with a four game split against the Twins.

Atlanta Braves SS Sonny Jackson has a broken knee cap and will the next 4-5 months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 21-19 at Baltimore 24-19
Milwaukee 16-25 at Boston 16-26
Detroit 18-22 at New York 30-14
Kansas City 28-13 at California 19-25
Chicago 19-23 at Oakland 21-21

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 28-20 at Atlanta 15-30 (2)
Philadelphia 23-22 at Pittsburgh 23-21
San Diego 20-29 at Cincinnati 15-30
New York 30-14 at St Louis 28-16
Montreal 18-26 at Chicago 21-23
Los Angeles 28-18 at Houston 24-24

TEXAS RANGERS (17-27) AT MINNESOTA TWINS (24-19)
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Bosman vs Bert Blyleven Advantage Minnesota
C Dick Billings vs George Mitterwald Advantage Minnesota
1B Don Mincher vs Harmon Killebrew Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Rod Carew Advantage Minnesota
3B Dave Nelson vs Steve Braun Advantage Minnesota
SS Toby Harrah vs Danny Thompson Advantage Minnesota
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Steve Brye Advantage Texas
CF Elliott Maddox vs Cesar Tovar Advantage Texas
RF Larry Biittner vs Bobby Darwin Advantage Minnesota
Overall Advantage Minnesota

In the bottom of the first, Carew put the Twins in front with an RBI single.

After three: Minnesota 1 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Twins loaded the bases with two out. Blyleven then hit a 2 run single.

In the bottom of the fifth, Thompson hit an RBI single. Brye followed with his own RBI single.

After six: Minnesota 5 Texas 0.

Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the eighth.

Blyleven finished off the complete game shutout.

Final score: Minnesota 5 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bert Blyleven 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 9 Cleveland 4
Milwaukee 4 Boston 1
Detroit 8 New York 1
California 3 Kansas City 2
Oakland 6 Chicago 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 2 San Francisco 1 10 innings Game 1
San Francisco 8 Atlanta 3 Game 2
Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati 4 San Diego 3
New York 4 St Louis 2
Montreal 10 Chicago 5
Houston 8 Los Angeles 6

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

2. Ken Brett Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, W

3. Dock Ellis Pittsburgh Pirates 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

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The Rangers are back home for a 4 game series against the Oakland Athletics, beginning with a Monday double header. Texas has lost 4 of its last 5. The Athletics have won 3 straight. Oakland leads the league in home runs hit and bullpen ERA, is second in the league in runs allowed and third in Starters ERA. But the Athletics are next to last in the league in runs scored, team batting average and team OBP. The Athletics lead the season series 3-0.

AL Player of the Week: 3B Paul Schaal Kansas City Royals

NL Player of the Week: SS Chris Speier San Francisco Giants

St Louis Cardinals 1B Donn Clendenon announced that he is retiring at the end of the season.

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. New York Yankees
2. New York Mets
3. Kansas City Royals
4. St Louis Cardinals
5. Minnesota Twins
6. San Francisco Giants
7. Los Angeles Dodgers
8. Baltimore Orioles
9. Oakland Athletics
10. Pittsburgh Pirates
11. Houston Astros
12. Philadelphia Phillies
13. Cleveland Indians
14. Detroit Tigers
15. California Angels
16. Chicago Cubs
17. Montreal Expos
18. Chicago White Sox
19. Milwaukee Brewers
20. San Diego Padres
21. Texas Rangers
22. Boston Red Sox
23. Cincinnati Reds
24. Atlanta Braves

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 19-22 at New York 30-15 (2)
Milwaukee 17-25 at Boston 16-27
Kansas City 28-14 at Minnesota 25-19
Chicago 19-24 at California 20-25 (2)
Cleveland 21-20 at Baltimore 25-19

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 23-23 at Pittsburgh 24-21 (2)
New York 31-14 at St Louis 28-17
Montreal 19-26 at Chicago 21-24
Los Angeles 28-19 at San Francisco 29-21
San Diego 20-30 at Atlanta 16-31
Cincinnati 16-30 at Houston 25-25

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (22-21) AT TEXAS RANGERS (17-28) GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Dave Hamilton vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Oakland
C Dave Duncan vs Dick Billings Advantage Oakland
1B Mike Epstein vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Dick Green vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Oakland
3B Sal Bando vs Dave Nelson Advantage Oakland
SS Bert Campaneris vs Toby Harrah Advantage Oakland
LF Joe Rudi vs Frank Howard Advantage Oakland
CF George Hendrick vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Texas
RF Reggie Jackson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Oakland
Overall Advantage Oakland

In the top of the third, Rudi hit an RBI single.

Hamilton had a no-hitter through three.

After three Oakland 1 Texas 0.

In the top of the sixth, Rudi hit an RBI double. Epstein had a run-scoring single. With runners at first and second and nobody out, Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers. Duncan singled to load the bases with nobody out. Green went down on strikes for the first out. Hendrick walked to force in a run. Hamilton picked up an RBI with a sacrifice fly. Nine men came to the plate for the Athletics in the inning.

Pinch hitter Vic Harris led off the bottom of the sixth with a single to break up the no-hitter. The Rangers then loaded the bases with nobody out. Nelson popped up for the first out. Burroughs put the Rangers on the board with an RBI single. Howard then grounded into the 6-4-3 to end the inning.

After six: Oakland 5 Texas 1.

Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the seventh.

In the bottom of the seventh with runners at the corners and two out, Bob Locker took the mound for the Athletics and got Maddox to fly out to end the inning.

Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the eighth.

Rollie Fingers took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the ninth.

Final score: Oakland 5 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dave Hamilton 6.2 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 4 K

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (23-21) AT TEXAS RANGERS (17-29) GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Joe Horlen vs Rich Hand Advantage Push
C Gene Tenace vs Hal King Advantage Oakland
1B Mike Epstein vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Dick Green vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Oakland
3B Sal Bando vs Dave Nelson Advantage Oakland
SS Bert Campaneris vs Jim Mason Advantage Oakland
LF Joe Rudi vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
CF George Hendrick vs Vic Harris Advantage Oakland
RF Reggie Jackson vs Ted Ford Advantage Oakland
Overall Advantage Oakland

In the top of the second, Horlen put the Athletics on the board with an RBI double. Campaneris followed with his own RBI double. Bando added an RBI single.

In the top of the third, Tenace hit an RBI double. Epstein followed with his own RBI double.

After three: Oakland 5 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the sixth, Nelson put the Rangers on the board withan RBI single.

After six: Oakland 5 Texas 1.

In the bottom of the eighth, with a runner on first and one out, Bob Locker took the mound for the Athletics.

In the top of the ninth, pinch hitter Dave Duncan hit a solo home run.

Aurelio Monteagudo took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the ninth and finished off the Rangers.

The Athletics out hit the Rangers 10-4.

Final score: Oakland 6 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Joe Horlen 7.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 9 New York 3 Game 1
Detroit 7 New York 1 Game 2
Boston 6 Milwaukee 1
Minnesota 13 Kansas City 6
California 5 Chicago 1 Game 1
Chicago 8 California 4 Game 2
Baltimore 3 Cleveland 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 8 Philadelphia 0 Game 1
Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 0 Game 2
New York 6 St Louis 5
Chicago 2 Montreal 0
San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 2
San Diego 5 Atlanta 2
Cincinnati 2 Houston 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers 5 for 9, 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Mickey Stanley Detroit Tigers 4 for 8, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R

3. Bobby Darwin Minnesota Twins 4 for 5, HR, 2 RBI, 4 R

Bruce Kison and Nelson Briles of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Rick Reuschel of the Chicago Cubs each pitched a complete game shutout.

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MAY 30, 1972
Today is the third game in the series in Texas between the Rangers and the Oakland Athletics. The Rangers have lost 6 of their last 7 and have been outscored a combined 23-4 in their last 4 games. The Athletics have won 5 straight.

Voting for the 1972 MLB All Star Game begins today.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 17-27 at Baltimore 26-19
Detroit 21-22 at Cleveland 21-21
New York 30-17 at Milwaukee 17-26
Kansas City 28-15 at Minnesota 26-19
Chicago 20-25 at California 21-26

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 28-18 at Chicago 22-24
Pittsburgh 26-21 at Montreal 19-27
Philadelphia 23-25 at New York 32-14
San Diego 21-30 at Atlanta 16-32
Cincinnati 17-30 at Houston 25-25
Los Angeles 28-20 at San Francisco 30-21

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (24-21) AT TEXAS RANGERS (17-30)
MATCHUPS
SP Ken Holtzman vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Oakland
C Gene Tenace vs Hal King Advantage Oakland
1B Mike Epstein vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Dick Green vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Oakland
3B Sal Bando vs Dave Nelson Advantage Oakland
SS Bert Campaneris vs Jim Mason Advantage Oakland
LF Joe Rudi vs Frank Howard Advantage Oakland
CF George Hendrick vs Ted Ford Advantage Oakland
RF Reggie Jackson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Oakland
Overall Advantage Oakland

In the bottom of the third, Mincher hit an RBI double to put the Rangers on the board first.

After three: Texas 1 Oakland 0.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: Texas 1 Oakland 0.

With a runner on first and one out in the top of the seventh, Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers.

Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the eighth.

Bob Locker took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the eighth. Mincher led off with a home run.

In the top of the ninth, the Athletics put runners on first and second but Hendrick flew out to left to end the game.

Final score: Texas 2 Oakland 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bill Gogolewski 6.1 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 3 Boston 0
Detroit 3 Cleveland 2
New York 5 Milwaukee 2
Kansas City 14 Minnesota 4
Chicago 4 California 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 8 St Louis 7
Pittsburgh 11 Montreal 5
Philadelphia 5 New York 2
San Diego 9 Atlanta 1
Cincinnati 3 Houston 2
Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 4 10 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Amos Otis Kansas City Royals 3 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

2. Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates 3 for 4, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

Dave McNally of the Baltimore Orioles pitched a complete game shutout.

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MAY 31, 1972
The Rangers will try to gain a 4 game home split tonight against the Oakland Athletics. The Rangers have not scored more than 2 runs in any of their last 5 games.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 17-28 at Baltimore 27-19
Detroit 22-22 at Cleveland 21-22
Kansas City 29-15 at Minnesota 26-20
New York 31-17 at Milwaukee 17-27
Chicago 21-25 at California 21-27

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 28-19 at Chicago 23-24
Los Angeles 29-20 at San Francisco 30-22
Pittsburgh 27-21 at Montreal 19-28
Philadelphia 24-25 at New York 32-15
San Diego 22-30 at Atlanta 16-33
Cincinnati 18-30 at Houston 25-26

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (24-22) AT TEXAS RANGERS (18-30)
MATCHUPS
SP Catfish Hunter vs Pete Broberg Advantage Oakland
C Gene Tenace vs Dick Billings Advantage Oakland
1B Mike Epstein vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Dick Green vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Oakland
3B Sal Bando vs Jim Mason Advantage Oakland
SS Larry Brown vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Angel Mangual vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
CF George Hendrick vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Texas
RF Reggie Jackson vs Ted Ford Advantage Oakland
Overall Advantage Oakland

In the top of the first, Bando scored on a wild pitch. The Athletics loaded the bases with one out. Green flew to center for the second out. Mangual then grounded to first to retire the side.

In the bottom of the first, Ford tied the game with an RBI single. Billings then put the Rangers in the lead with a 2 run single.

In the top of the third, Tenace tied the game with a 2 run homer.

After three: Oakland 3 Texas 3.

In the bottom of the fourth, Harrah gave the Rangers the lead back with an RBI single.

In the top of the fifth, Broberg left the game with an arm injury. So, with a runner on first and one out, Mike Paul took the mound for the Rangers.

In the bottom of the sixth, the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. Harrah grounded to second to end the inning.

After six: Texas 4 Oakland 3.

Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the seventh. Epstein then gave the Athletics the lead with a 3 run homer. Withnobody out, Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers. With a runner on first and one out, Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers.

In the top of the ninth, Mangual hit an RBI double. Brown added an RBI single. Pinch hitter Joe Rudi added an RBI single. Hendrick scored Brown with a double but, on the play, Rudi was thrown out at home trying to score from first. Bando then hit an RBI double. Nine men came to the plate in the inning.

In the bottom of the ninth, Aurelio Monteagudo took the mound for the Athletics.

The two teams combined for 22 hits in the contest. The Athletics won despite committing 3 errors.

Final score: Oakland 11 Texas 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mike Epstein 1 for 2, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5 Boston 1
Cleveland 10 Detroit 0
Kansas City 8 Minnesota 5
Milwaukee 13 New York 2
California 5 Chicago 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 6 Chicago 0
Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 2
Montreal 8 Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 7 New York 4
Atlanta 4 San Diego 2
Cincinnati 12 Houston 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds 1 for 2, HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, 4 BB

2. Reggie Cleveland St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W

3. Dick Tidrow Cleveland Indians 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, W



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JUNE 1, 1972
The Rangers have the day off.

The Rangers placed SP Pete Broberg on the 60-day disabled list.

AL Batter of the Month: CF Amos Otis Kansas City Royals

NL Batter of the Month: 2B Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds

AL Pitcher of the Month: Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers

NL Pitcher of the Month: Reggie Cleveland St Louis Cardinals

AL Rookie of the Month: SP Dick Tidrow Cleveland Indians

NL Rookie of the Month: SP Rick Reuschel Chicago Cubs

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
New York 31-18
Baltimore 28-19
Cleveland 22-22
Detroit 22-23
Milwaukee 18-27
Boston 17-29

WEST
Kansas City 30-15
Minnesota 26-21
Oakland 25-22
California 22-27
Chicago 21-26
Texas 18-31

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
New York 32-16
St Louis 29-19
Pittsburgh 27-22
Philadelphia 25-25
Chicago 23-25
Montreal 20-28

WEST
Los Angeles 30-20
San Francisco 30-23
Houston 25-27
San Diego 22-31
Cincinnati 19-30
Atlanta 17-33

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Elliott Maddox .302
Jeff Burroughs .268
Toby Harrah .240

HOME RUNS
Jeff Burroughs 7
Don Mincher 4
Frank Howard 3

RBI
Jeff Burroughs 34
Frank Howard 22
Elliott Maddox 17

ERA
Bill Gogolewski 2.53
Dick Bosman 3.94
Pete Broberg 4.38

WINS
Bill Gogolewski 6
Pete Broberg 5
Don Stanhouse 3

STRIKEOUTS
Pete Broberg 50
Dick Bosman 37
Mike Paul 27

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 162 8th
Batting average .222 11th
OBP .307 9th
Home Runs 19 12th
Stolen Bases 27 t-4th
Runs Against 225 12th
Starters ERA 3.99 12th
Bullpen ERA 4.35 11th
Defensive Eff. .705 11th

TEXAS RANGERS CURRENT INJURIES
SP Pete Broberg Out, 4 months; 60-Day DL, 60 Days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 31-18 at Milwaukee 18-27
Kansas City 30-15 at Minnesota 26-21
Boston 17-29 at Baltimore 28-19
Detroit 22-23 at Cleveland 22-22

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 29-19 at Chicago 23-25
Los Angeles 30-20 at San Francisco 30-23
Philadelphia 25-25 at New York 32-16
Cincinnati 19-30 at Houston 25-27

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 3 Milwaukee 2
Kansas City 4 Minnesota 1
Baltimore 4 Boston 2
Cleveland 10 Detroit 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 3 St Louis 0
Los Angeles 7 San Francisco 0
Philadelphia 1 New York 0
Cincinnati 10 Houston 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tony Perez Cincinnati Reds 4 for 4, 2 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W

3. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 9 K, W

Joe Decker of the Chicago Cubs pitched a complete game shutout.

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JUNE 2, 1972
The Rangers are in Milwaukee for a three game weekend series against the Brewers. The Rangers have lost 5 of their last 6 and 7 of their last 9. The Brewers have lost 5 of their last 7. The Brewers are tied for second in the league in stolen bases. The Rangers are the only team in the American League that has hit fewer home runs than the Brewers.

Houston Astros SP J.R. Richard will miss the rest of the season after having surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 25-22 at Baltimore 29-19
California 22-27 at Cleveland 23-22
Minnesota 26-22 at Detroit 22-24
Boston 17-30 at Kansas City 31-15
New York 32-18 at Chicago 21-26

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 25-28 at Montreal 20-28
Atlanta 17-33 at New York 32-17
Cincinnati 20-30 at Philadelphia 26-25
St Louis 29-20 at Los Angeles 31-20
Chicago 24-25 at San Diego 22-31
Pittsburgh 27-22 at San Francisco 30-24

TEXAS RANGERS (18-31) AT MILWAUKEE BREWERS (18-28)
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Bosman vs Ken Brett Advantage Milwaukee
C Dick Billings vs Ellie Rodriguez Advantage Milwaukee
1B Don Mincher vs George C Scott Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Ron Theobald Advantage Milwaukee
3B Dave Nelson vs Bob Heise Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs Rick Auerbach Advantage Texas
LF Frank Howard vs John E Briggs Advantage Milwaukee
CF Elliott Maddox vs Dave May Advantage Milwaukee
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Joe Labour Advantage Texas
Overall Advantage Milwaukee

In the top of the first, Burroughs was robbed of an RBI single when Lahoud threw Harrah out at home as he was trying to score from second. Howard did pick up an RBI single in the inning.

Auerbach led off the bottom of the first with a home run.

After three: Texas 1 Milwaukee 1.

In the top of the fourth, the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. Harrah brought all three home with a triple.

In the bottom of the fourth, Heise got a run-scoring single.

After six: Texas 4 Milwaukee 2.

In the top of the seventh, with runners at first and second and one out, Earl Stephenson took the mound for the Brewers. The first hitter he faced, Burroughs, sent the ball 328 feet for a 3 run homer.

Bill Parsons took the mound for the Brewers in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, the Brewers loaded the bases with one out. Auerbach then scored on a wild pitch. Theobald then scored when Briggs grounded to second.

In the bottom of the ninth, with a runner on first and two out, Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers. With runners at first and second, punch hitter Darrell Porter flew outto right to end the game.

The Rangers got an even dozen hits in the win.

Final score: Texas 7 Milwaukee 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jeff Burroughs 3 for 5, HR, 3 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 11 Baltimore 6
Cleveland 5 California 2
Detroit 2 Minnesota 1
Kansas City 1 Boston 0 11 innings
Chicago 12 New York 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 2 Montreal 1 10 innings
Atlanta 5 New York 0
Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 2
St Louis 5 Los Angeles 0
Chicago 5 San Diego 2
San Francisco 5 Pittsburgh 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Dick Drago Kansas City Royals 10.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 8 K

2. Joe Rudi Oakland Athletics 3 for 5, HR, 6 RBI, R

3. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, W

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JUNE 3, 1972
Today is the second game of the series in Milwaukee between the Rangers and the Brewers.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 26-22 at Baltimore 29-20
California 22-28 at Cleveland 24-22
Minnesota 26-23 at Detroit 23-24
New York 32-19 at Chicago 22-26
Boston 17-31 at Kansas City 32-15

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 18-33 at New York 32-18
Cincinnati 20-31 at Philadelphia 27-25
Pittsburgh 27-23 at San Francisco 31-24
Houston 26-28 at Montreal 20-29
St Louis 30-20 at Los Angeles 31-21
Chicago 25-25 at San Diego 22-32

TEXAS RANGERS (19-31) AT MILWAUKEE BREWERS (18-29)
MATCHUPS
SP Don Stanhouse vs Jim Colborn Advantage Milwaukee
C Dick Billings vs Darrell Porter Advantage Milwaukee
1B Don Mincher vs George C Scott Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Bob Heise Advantage Texas
3B Dave Nelson vs Mike Ferraro Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs Rick Auerbach Advantage Texas
LF Jeff Burroughs vs John E Briggs Advantage Texas
CF Elliott Maddox vs Dave May Advantage Milwaukee
RF Larry Biittner vs Joe Lahoud Advantage Milwaukee
Overall Advantage Milwaukee

Colborn was perfect through three.

After three: Texas 0 Milwaukee 0.

Maddox led off the top of the fourth with a single to break up the perfect game. The Rangers would go on to load the bases with one out. Mincher put the Rangers on the board with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the fourth, Ferraro tied the game with an RBI double. An intentional walk loaded the bases with two out. Colborn then gave the Brewers the lead with a 2 run single.

In the top of the fifth, the Rangers again loaded the bases with one out. Harrah brought Biittner home with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Brewers loaded the bases with one out. Porter beat out the 3-6-3 to bring in a run.

After six: Milwaukee 4 Texas 2.

Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the seventh. Briggs got an RBI single.

In the bottom of the eighth, with a runner on first and one out, Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers. May hit a 2 RBI double. Porter added a 3 run homer.

The Brewers out hit the Rangers 14-4.

Final score: Milwaukee 10 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jim Colborn 9.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, 1 for 3, 2 RBI

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 7 Oakland 4
California 3 Cleveland 1
Detroit 6 Minnesota 3
New York 5 Chicago 0
Kansas City 3 Boston 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 4 Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 7 Cincinnati 1
San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 2
Montreal 8 Houston 7
Los Angeles 2 St Louis 0
Chicago 3 San Diego 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Steve Kline New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

2. Claude Osteen Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

3. Ron Fairly Montreal Expos 3 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, BB

Roger Nelson of the Kansas City Royals pitched a complete game shutout.

New York Yankees 1B Felipe Alou got his 2,000th career hit today.

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JUNE 4, 1972
Today is the rubber match in Milwaukee between the Rangers and the Brewers.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers
2. Thurman Munson New York Yankees
3. Gene Tenace Oakland Athletics

FIRST BASE
1. Dick Allen Chicago White Sox
2. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers
3. John Mayberry Sr Kansas City Royals

SECOND BASE
1. Rod Carew Minnesota Twins
2. Davey Johnson Baltimore Orioles
3. Cookie Rojas Kansas City Royals

THIRD BASE
1. Paul Schaal Kansas City Royals
2. Sal Bando Oakland Athletics
3. Bill Melton Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Bobby Grich Baltimore Orioles
2. Freddie Patek Kansas City Royals
3. Leo Cardenas California Angels

LEFT FIELD
1. Carlos May Chicago White Sox
2. Roy White New York Yankees
3. John E Briggs Milwaukee Brewers

CENTER FIELD
1. Bobby Murcer New York Yankees
2. Amos Otis Kansas City Royals
3. Dave May Milwaukee Brewers

RIGHT FIELD
1. Merv Rettunmond Baltimore Orioles
2. Am Kaline Detroit Tigers
3. Reggie Smith Boston Red Sox

STARTING PITCHER
1. Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins
2. Wilbur Wood Chicago White Sox
3. Mel Stottlemyre Sr New York Yankees
4. Gaylord Perry Cleveland Indians
5. Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers

RELIEVER
1. Dave LaRoche Minnesota Twins
2. Sparky Lyle New York Yankees
3. Fred Beene New York Yankees
4. Bob Locker Oakland Athletics
5. Denny O'Toole Chicago White Sox

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Ted Simmons St Louis Cardinals
2. Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds
3. Manny Sanguillen Pittsburgh Pirates

FIRST BASE
1. Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves
2. Lee May Houston Astros
3. Willie Mays San Francisco Giants

SECOND BASE
1. Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds
2. Ron Hunt Montreal Expos
3. Ken Boswell New York Mets

THIRD BASE
1. Joe Torre St Louis Cardinals
2. Richie Hebner Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers

SHORT STOP
1. Chris Speier San Francisco Giants
2. Bud Harrelson New York Mets
3. Rennie Stennett Pittsburgh Pirates

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Billy L Williams Chicago Cubs
3. Cleon Jones New York Mets

CENTER FIELD
1. Cesar Cedeno Houston Astros
2. Willie Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Rick Monday Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Frank Robinson Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Bobby Bonds San Francisco Giants
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Tom Seaver New York Mets
2. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals
4. Dock Ellis Pittsburgh Pirates
5. Juan Marichal San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Joe Grzenda St Louis Cardinals
2. Jim Brewer Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Danny Frisella New York Mets
4. Tug McGraw New York Mets
5. Joe Hoerner Philadelphia Phillies

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 33-19 at Chicago 22-27 (2)
Boston 17-32 at Kansas City 33-15 (2)
Oakland 26-23 at Baltimore 30-20 (2)
California 23-28 at Cleveland 24-23
Minnesota 26-24 at Detroit 24-24

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 27-24 at San Francisco 32-24 (2)
Atlanta 18-34 at New York 33-18
Cincinnati 20-32 at Philadelphia 28-25
Houston 26-29 at Montreal 21-29
St Louis 30-21 at Los Angeles 32-21
Chicago 26-25 at San Diego 22-33

TEXAS RANGERS (19-32) AT MILWAUKEE BREWERS (19-29)
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Gogolewski vs Gary Ryerson Advantage Milwaukee
C Dick Billings vs Ellie Rodriguez Advantage Milwaukee
1B Don Mincher vs George C Scott Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Ron Theobald Advantage Milwaukee
3B Dave Nelson vs Bob Heise Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs Rick Auerbach Advantage Texas
LF Frank Howard vs Billy Conigliaro Advantage Milwaukee
CF Elliott Maddox vs Dave May Advantage Milwaukee
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Joe Lahoud Advantage Texas
Overall Advantage Milwaukee

In the bottom of the third, Theobald put the Brewers on the board first with an RBI single.

After three: Milwaukee 1 Texas 0.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: Milwaukee 1 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the eighth, Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers.

In the top of the ninth, Ken Sanders took the mound for the Brewers. The Rangers got a runner on first but Mincher grounded to first to end the game.

The Rangers were shut outdespite the Brewers committing 3 errors in the game.

For the second straight game, the Rangers were held to 4 hits.

Final score: Milwaukee 1 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Gary Ryerson 8.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 3 New York 2 Game 1
New York 3 Chicago 1 Game 2
Kansas City 7 Boston 0 Game 1
Boston 6 Kansas City 4 Game 2
Baltimore 3 Oakland 2 Game 1
Oakland 5 Baltimore 2 Game 2
California 5 Cleveland 2
Minnesota 5 Detroit 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 11 San Francisco 3 Game 1
San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 1 Game 2
New York 1 Atlanta 0
Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 2
Houston 3 Montreal 1
St Louis 4 Los Angeles 2
Chicago 6 San Diego 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tom Seaver New York Mets 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

2. Paul Splittorff Kansas City Royals 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, W

3. Gary Ryerson Milwaukee Brewers 8.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

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JUNE 5, 1972
The Rangers had the day off.

AL Player of the Week: 2B Rod Carew Minnesota Twins

NL Player of the Week: LF Lou Brock St Louis Cardinals

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Kansas City Royals
2. New York Mets
3. New York Yankees
4. Baltimore Orioles
5. St Louis Cardinals
6. Los Angeles Dodgers
7. San Francisco Giants
8. Chicago Cubs
9. Oakland Athletics
10. Pittsburgh Pirates
11. Minnesota Twins
12. Philadelphia Phillies
13. Detroit Tigers
14. California Angels
15. Cleveland Indians
16. Houston Astros
17. Chicago White Sox
18. Cincinnati Reds
19. Milwaukee Brewers
20. Montreal Expos
21. San Diego Padres
22. Boston Red Sox
23. Texas Rangers
24. Atlanta Braves

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
New York 34-20
Baltimore 31-21
Cleveland 24-24
Detroit 24-25
Milwaukee 20-29
Boston 18-33

WEST
Kansas City 34-16
Minnesota 27-24
Oakland 27-24
California 24-28
Chicago 23-28
Texas 19-33

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
New York 34-18
St Louis 31-21
Pittsburgh 28-25
Chicago 27-25
Philadelphia 28-26
Montreal 21-30

WEST
Los Angeles 32-22
San Francisco 33-25
Houston 27-29
Cincinnati 21-32
San Diego 22-34
Atlanta 18-35

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Elliott Maddox .297
Jeff Burroughs .271
Dave Nelson .248

HOME RUNS
Jeff Burroughs 8
Don Mincher 4
Frank Howard 3

RBI
Jeff Burroughs 37
Frank Howard 23
Elliott Maddox 17

ERA
Bill Gogolewski 2.41
Dick Bosman 3.96
Pete Broberg 4.38

WINS
Bill Gogolewski 6
Pete Broberg 5
Don Stanhouse 3

STRIKEOUTS
Pete Broberg 50
Dick Bosman 41
Bill Gogolewski 29

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 171 10th
Batting average .221 11th
OBP .304 11th
Home Runs 20 12th
Stolen Bases 29 t-4th
Runs Against 240 12th
Starters ERA 3.97 12th
Bullpen ERA 4.62 12th
Defensive efficiency .703 11th

TEXAS RANGERS CURRENT INJURIES
SP Pete Broberg Out, 3-4 months; 60-Day DL, 56 Days left.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 27-24 at Baltimore 31-21
Oakland 27-24 at Cleveland 24-24

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 28-25 at San Diego 22-34

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 7 Minnesota 3
Oakland 6 Cleveland 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Diego 7 Pittsburgh 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. George Hendrick Oakland Athletics 3 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

2. Boog Powell 1 for 2, HR, 3 RBI, R, BB

3. Dick Tidrow Cleveland Indians 7.0 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, 4 BB, 10 K

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JUNE 6, 1972
The Rangers begin a nine game home stand against the American League East with a three game series against the East-leading New York Yankees. The Rangers have lost 7 of their last 9. The Yankees are second in the league in Starters ERA and defensive efficiency and third in the league in runs scored. Only two teams in the AL have a higherbullpen ERA than the Yankees.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 24-28 at Detroit 24-25 (2)
Minnesota 27-25 at Baltimore 32-21
Oakland 28-24 at Cleveland 24-25
Milwaukee 20-29 at Kansas City 34-16
Boston 18-33 at Chicago 23-28

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 18-35 at Montreal 21-30
Cincinnati 21-32 at New York 34-18
Houston 27-29 at Philadelphia 28-26
Chicago 27-25 at Los Angeles 32-22
Pittsburgh 28-26 at San Diego 23-34
St Louis 31-21 at San Francisco 33-25

NEW YORK YANKEES (34-20) AT TEXAS RANGERS (19-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Medich vs Rich Hand Advantage New York
C Thurman Munson vs Dick Billings Advantage New York
1B Felipe Alou vs Frank Howard Advantage Push
2B Horace Clarke vs Ted Kubiak Advantage New York
3B Bernie Allen vs Dave Nelson Advantage Push
SS Gene Michael vs Toby Harrah Advantage Push
LF Roy White vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
CF Bobby Murcer vs Elliott Maddox Advantage New York
RF Ron Blomberg vs Ted Ford Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

Medich had a no-hitter through three.

After three: New York 0 Texas 0.

Harrah led off the bottom of the fourth with a single to break up the no-hitter.

In the bottom of the sixth, Harrah scored on a wild pitch to finally break the scoreless tie.

After six: Texas 1 New York 0.

In the top of the eighth, after a leadoff single by Bloomberg, Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers.

In the bottom of the eighth, Nelson hit a run-scoring single. Burroughs brought a run home with a sacrifice fly.

Final score: Texas 3 New York 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Rich Hand 7.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 6 California 4 Game 1
Detroit 6 California 1 Game 2
Minnesota 2 Baltimore 1
Cleveland 9 Oakland 3
Kansas City 2 Milwaukee 1
Boston 4 Chicago 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 4 Montreal 3
Cincinnati 2 New York 1
Philadelphia 4 Houston 3
Chicago 6 Los Angeles 1
San Diego 5 Pittsburgh 1
St Louis 10 San Francisco 7

TOP PERFORMERS
1. John Bateman Montreal Expos 2 for 3, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Bill Hands Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 3 K, W

3. Les Cain Detroit Tigers 9.0 IP, 8 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, W

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JUNE 7, 1972
Tonight is the second game in the series in Texas between the Rangers and the New York Yankees.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 19-33 at Chicago 23-29
California 24-30 at Detroit 26-25
Minnesota 28-25 at Baltimore 32-22
Oakland 28-25 at Cleveland 25-25
Milwaukee 20-30 at Kansas City 35-16

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 32-21 at San Francisco 33-26
Atlanta 19-35 at Montreal 21-31
Cincinnati 22-32 at New York 34-19
Houston 27-30 at Philadelphia 29-26
Chicago 28-25 at Los Angeles 32-23
Pittsburgh 28-27 at San Diego 24-34

NEW YORK YANKEES (34-21) AT TEXAS RANGERS (20-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Fritz Peterson vs Dick Bosman Advantage New York
C John Ellis vs Dick Billings Advantage New York
1B Felipe Alou vs Don Mincher Advantage Texas
2B Horace Clarke vs Ted Kubiak Advantage New York
3B Bernie Allen vs Dave Nelson Advantage Push
SS Gene Michael vs Toby Harrah Advantage Push
LF Roy White vs Frank Howard Advantage New York
CF Bobby Murcer vs Elliott Maddox Advantage New York
RF Ron Blomberg vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
Overall Advantage New York

White led off the game with a home run.

In the bottom of the second, the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. Harrah drew a walk to bring in the tying run. Nelson then popped up to first to end the inning.

In the bottom of the third, the Rangers again loaded the bases with two out. But Bosman flew out to right to end the inning.

After three: New York 1 Texas 1.

Burroughs led off the bottom of the fifth with a home run to give the Rangers the lead.

After six: Texas 2 New York 1.

After a leadoff walk in the bottom of the seventh, Fred Beene took the mound for the Yankees.

After a leadoff walk in the top of the eighth, Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers.

Pina pitched a perfect ninth to get the save.

Final score: Texas 2 New York 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Bosman 7.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 4 Chicago 2
Baltimore 9 Minnesota 0
Cleveland 3 Oakland 0
Milwaukee 7 Kansas City 4 19 innings
California at Detroit ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 7 St Louis 2
Atlanta 5 Montreal 3
Cincinnati 3 New York 1
Philadelphia 10 Houston 0
Los Angeles 3 Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 3 San Diego 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie Montanez Philadelphia Phillies 4 for 4, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

2. Milt Wilcox Cleveland Indians 8.2 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 10 K, W

3. Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

Wayne Twitchell of the Philadelphia Phillies pitched a complete game shutout.

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JUNE 8, 1972
The Rangers look to complete a three game home sweep against the New York Yankees. The Yankees have scored just one run in the first two games of the series combined.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 21-30 at Kansas City 35-17

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 23-32 at New York 34-20
St Louis 32-22 at San Francisco 34-26
Atlanta 20-35 at Montreal 21-32
Houston 27-31 at Philadelphia 30-26
Chicago 28-26 at Los Angeles 33-23
Pittsburgh 29-27 at San Diego 24-35

NEW YORK YANKEES (34-22) AT TEXAS RANGERS (21-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Steve Kline vs Don Stanhouse Advantage New York
C Thurman Munson vs Hal King Advantage New York
1B Felipe Alou vs Don Mincher Advantage Texas
2B Horace Clarke vs Lenny Randle Advantage New York
3B Bernie Allen vs Dave Nelson Advantage Push
SS Gene Michael vs Toby Harrah Advantage Push
LF Roy White vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
CF Bobby Murcer vs Elliott Maddox Advantage New York
RF Ron Blomberg vs Larry Biittner Advantage New York
Overall Advantage New York

In the top of the second, the Yankees loaded the bases with one out. White hit a two-run single.

In the bottom of the second, the Rangers loaded the bases with one out. Stanhouse went down on strikes for the second out. Maddox then grounded to short to end the inning.

After three: New York 2 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, King tied the game with a two-run homer.

In the top of the fifth, the Yankees regained the lead when Blomberg scored on a Clarke sacrifice fly. Allen added an RBI single.

In the bottom of the fifth, Burroughs tied the game with a two-run homer.

After six: New York 4 Texas 4.

Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the seventh.

In the bottom of the seventh, King gave the Rangers the lead with a solo home run.

Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the eighth. With a runner on first and one out, Jim Shellenback took the mound for the Rangers.

Rain began to fall in the bottom of the eighth. With two out, the game went into a 55 minute rain delay.

Shellenback pitched a perfect ninth to complete the sweep of the Yankees.

The two teams combined for 25 hits.

Final score: Texas 5 New York 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Hal King 2 for 3, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 2 Milwaukee 1 10 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 5 New York 1
San Francisco 9 St Louis 3
Montreal 8 Atlanta 7 15 innings
Houston 9 Philadelphia 4
Los Angeles 1 Chicago 0
San Diego 4 Pittsburgh 3 11 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tommy Helms Houston Astros 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

2. Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds 4 for 5, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. Tommy John Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

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JUNE 9, 1972
The Rangers continued their home stand with a three game series against the defending AL Champion Baltimore Orioles. Texas is 3-0 on this home stand. The Orioles lead the league in home runs, are second in the league in runs scored and team OBP and tied for third in the league in stolen bases. The Orioles lead the season series 2-1.

Rumors are circulating that Oakland Athletics C Dave Duncan has asked to be traded.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 28-26 at Detroit 26-25
California 24-30 at Boston 20-33
Minnesota 28-26 at Cleveland 26-25
Milwaukee 21-31 at Chicago 23-30
New York 34-23 at Kansas City 36-17

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 20-36 at Philadelphia 30-27
Cincinnati 24-32 at Montreal 22-32
Houston 28-31 at New York 34-21
Pittsburgh 29-28 at Los Angeles 34-23
St Louis 32-23 at San Diego 23-35
Chicago 28-27 at San Francisco 35-26

BALTIMORE ORIOLES (33-22) AT TEXAS RANGERS (22-33)
MATCHUPS
SP Pat Dobson vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Baltimore
C Andy Etchebarren vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Davey Johnson vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Don Baylor vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Baltimore
CF Paul Blair vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Baltimore
RF Merv Rettunmond vs Ted Ford Advantage Baltimore
Overall Advantage Baltimore

In the bottom of the first, Burroughs hit an RBI double to put the Rangers in the lead. Mincher then doubled to score Burroughs.

Gogolewski was perfect through three.

After three: Texas 2 Baltimore 0.

Grich led off the top of the fourth with a walk to bring a quick end to the perfect game bid.

Etchebarren led off the bottom of the sixth with a single to break up the no-hitter as well. Later in the inning, Rettunmond hit a 3-run homer to give the Orioles the lead.

After six: Baltimore 3 Texas 2.

In the top of the eighth, with a runner on first and two out, Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers.

Grant Jackson took the mound for the Orioles in the bottom of the eighth.

After Burroughs led off the bottom of the ninth with a single, Eddie Watt took the mound for the Orioles. With a runner on first and one out, Billings grounded into the game ending 5-4-3.

The Orioles won despite being held to just three hits.

Final score: Baltimore 3 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Pat Dobson 7.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 8 Detroit 2
California 5 Boston 3
Cleveland 4 Minnesota 2
Chicago 4 Milwaukee 2
Kansas City 5 New York 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 6 Atlanta 3
Cincinnati 4 Montreal 1
Houston 7 New York 1
Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 3
San Diego 8 St Louis 1
Chicago 3 San Francisco 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Burt Hooton 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, W

2. Derrel Thomas San Diego Padres 4 for 5, RBI, 3 R

3. Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers 7.0 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 5 K



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JUNE 10, 1972
Tonight is the second game in the series in Texas between the Rangers and the Baltimore Orioles. Last night's win put the Orioles in sole possession of first place in the American League East.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 25-30 at Boston 20-34
Minnesota 28-27 at Cleveland 27-25
Oakland 29-26 at Detroit 26-26
Milwaukee 21-32 at Chicago 24-30
New York 34-24 at Kansas City 37-17

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 25-32 at Montreal 22-33
Houston 29-31 at New York 34-22
Chicago 29-27 at San Francisco 35-27
Atlanta 20-37 at Philadelphia 31-27
Pittsburgh 29-29 at Los Angeles 35-23
St Louis 32-24 at San Diego 26-35

BALTIMORE ORIOLES (34-22) AT TEXAS RANGERS (22-34)
MATCHUPS
SP Dave McNally vs Mike Paul Advantage Baltimore
C Andy Etchebarren vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Davey Johnson vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Don Buford vs Frank Howard Advantage Baltimore
CF Paul Blair vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Baltimore
RF Don Baylor vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Baltimore
Overall Advantage Baltimore

In the top of the second, Etchebarren hit a 2-run homer. Grich added an RBI triple.

After three: Baltimore 3 Texas 0.

With one out in the top of the sixth, Jim Panther took the mound for the Rangers.

After six: Baltimore 3 Texas 0.

In the top of the eighth, Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers.

In the bottom of the eighth, with runners at first and second and one out, Eddie Watt took the mound for the Orioles and got Burroughs to ground into the 4-6-3 to end the inning.

Howard led off the bottom of the ninth with a home run.

Final score: Baltimore 3 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dave McNally 7.1 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 6 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 6 California 5
Minnesota 4 Cleveland 1 11 innings
Oakland 10 Detroit 7
Chicago 6 Milwaukee 5
Kansas City 4 New York 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 5 Cincinnati 4
Houston 6 New York 2
Chicago 4 San Francisco 2
Philadelphia 6 Atlanta 5
Pittsburgh 7 Los Angeles 4
St Louis 1 San Diego 0 12 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jim Bibby St Louis Cardinals 10.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 9 K

2. Bill Greif San Diego Padres 10.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

3. Wade Blasingame Houston Astros 8.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

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JUNE 11, 1972
The Rangers look to avoid being swept in a three game home series as they face the Baltimore Orioles this afternoon.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers
2. Thurman Munson New York Yankees
3. Gene Tenace Oakland Athletics

FIRST BASE
1. Dick Allen Chicago White Sox
2. John Mayberry Sr Kansas City Royals
3. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers

SECOND BASE
1. Rod Carew Minnesota Twins
2. Davey Johnson Baltimore Orioles
3. Cookie Rojas Kansas City Royals

THIRD BASE
1. Paul Schaal Kansas City Royals
2. Sal Bando Oakland Athletics
3. Bill Melton Chicago White Sox

SHORT STOP
1. Bobby Grich Baltimore Orioles
2. Freddie Patek Kansas City Royals
3. Leo Cardenas California Angels

LEFT FIELD
1. Carlos May Chicago White Sox
2. Roy White New York Yankees
3. John E Briggs Milwaukee Brewers

CENTER FIELD
1. Bobby Murcer New York Yankees
2. Amos Otis Kansas City Royals
3. Dave May Milwaukee Brewers

RIGHT FIELD
1. Merv Rettunmond Baltimore Orioles
2. Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
3. Reggie Smith Boston Red Sox

STARTING PITCHER
1. Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins
2. Wilbur Wood Chicago White Sox
3. Mel Stottlemyre Sr New York Yankees
4. Gaylord Perry Cleveland Indians
5. Dick Drago Kansas City Royals

RELIEVER
1. Dave LaRoche Minnesota Twins
2. Sparky Lyle New York Yankees
3. Bob Locker Oakland Athletics
4. Denny O'Toole Chicago White Sox
5. Eddie Watt Baltimore Orioles

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR VOTING UPDATE LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Ted Simmons St Louis Cardinals
2. Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds
3. Manny Sanguillen Pittsburgh Pirates

FIRST BASE
1. Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves
2. Lee May Houston Astros
3. Nate Colbert San Diego Padres

SECOND BASE
1. Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds
2. Ron Hunt Montreal Expos
3. Ken Boswell New York Mets

THIRD BASE
1. Joe Torre St Louis Cardinals
2. Richie Hebner Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers

SHORT STOP
1. Chris Speier San Francisco Giants
2. Bud Harrelson New York Mets
3. Rennie Stennett Pittsburgh Pirates

LEFT FIELD
1. Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Billy L Williams Chicago Cubs
3. Lou Brock St Louis Cardinals

CENTER FIELD
1. Cesar Cedeno Houston Astros
2. Willie Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Rick Monday Chicago Cubs

RIGHT FIELD
1. Frank Robinson Los Angeles Dodgers
2. Bobby Bonds San Francisco Giants
3. Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates

STARTING PITCHER
1. Tom Seaver New York Mets
2. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals
4. Dock Ellis Pittsburgh Pirates
5. Juan Marichal San Francisco Giants

RELIEVER
1. Joe Grzenda St Louis Cardinals
2. Jim Brewer Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Danny Frisella New York Mets
4. Tug McGraw New York Mets
5. Joe Hoerner Philadelphia Phillies

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 21-33 at Chicago 25-30 (2)
Minnesota 29-27 at Cleveland 27-26
Oakland 30-26 at Detroit 26-27
California 25-31 at Boston 21-34
New York 34-25 at Kansas City 38-17

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 25-33 at Montreal 23-33
Houston 30-31 at New York 34-23
Atlanta 20-38 at Philadelphia 32-27
Pittsburgh 30-29 at Los Angeles 35-24
St Louis 33-24 at San Diego 26-36
Chicago 30-27 at San Francisco 35-28

BALTIMORE ORIOLES (35-22) AT TEXAS RANGERS (22-35)
MATCHUPS
SP Mike Cuellar vs Rich Hand Advantage Baltimore
C Andy Etchebarren vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Don Mincher Advantage Push
2B Davey Johnson vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Don Baylor vs Frank Howard Advantage Baltimore
CF Paul Blair vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Push
RF Merv Rettunmond vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Baltimore
Overall Advantage Baltimore

In the top of the first, Powell hit an RBI double.

After three: Baltimore 1 Texas 0.

In the top of the fourth, the Orioles loaded the bases with two out. But Baylor struck out swinging to retire the side.

In the bottom of the fourth, Harrah scored the tying run on a Burroughs groundout to short.

In the bottom of the sixth, Burroughs gave the Rangers the lead with an RBI single.

After six: Texas 2 Baltimore 1.

In the top of the eighth, Horacio Pina took the mound for the Rangers. Baylor tied the game with an RBI single. Powell then gave the Orioles the lead with an RBI double.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Rangers had the tying run on first with two out. Grant Jackson took the mound for the Orioles and got Kubiak to ground to second to end the game.

The Rangers had 10 hits in the game but were held to just two runs.

Final score: Baltimore 3 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mike Cuellar 8.2 IP, 10 H, 2 R, 2 ER. 1 BB, 1 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 1 Milwaukee 0 Game 1
Milwaukee 2 Chicago 0 Game 2
Cleveland 10 Minnesota 1
Oakland 5 Detroit 1
Boston 2 California 1
Kansas City 3 New York 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 7 Cincinnati 4 14 innings
New York 4 Houston 3 12 innings
Philadelphia 10 Atlanta 2
Los Angeles 2 Pittsburgh 0
St Louis 4 San Diego 1
San Francisco 3 Chicago 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Wilbur Wood Chicago White Sox 10.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

2. Don Sutton 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

3. Reggie Cleveland 9.0 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 11 K, W

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