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Old 06-24-2017, 09:43 PM   #101
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JULY 8, 1972
Another game for the Rangers in Baltimore. The Orioles are on a 3 game win streak.

Another blow to the Atlanta Braves as SS Marty Perez will miss the rest of the season due to a broken knee cap.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 48-34 at Cleveland 26-56
Detroit 39-39 at Chicago 51-31
New York 44-40 at Minnesota 30-51
Milwaukee 45-35 at Oakland 41-42
Boston 37-42 at California 46-36

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 47-37 at New York 41-41
Chicago 38-45 at Cincinnati 47-34
Pittsburgh 58-26 at Atlanta 42-45
San Francisco 43-44 at Montreal 36-47
San Diego 36-51 at Philadelphia 40-43
Houston 40-47 at St Louis 37-45

TEXAS RANGERS 34-48 AT BALTIMORE ORIOLES 48-35
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Bosman vs Jim Palmer Advantage Baltimore
C Ken Suarez vs Andy Etchebarren Advantage Baltimore
1B Frank Howard vs Boog Powell Advantage Baltimore
2B Vic Harris vs Davey Johnson Advantage Baltimore
3B Dave Nelson vs Brooks Robinson Advantage Push
SS Toby Harrah vs Bobby Grich Advantage Baltimore
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Don Baylor Advantage Baltimore
CF Joe Lovitto vs Paul Blair Advantage Baltimore
RF Tom Grieve vs Merv Rettenmund Advantage Baltimore
Is a summary really needed here?

Grieve took advantage of a rare start and hit a solo home run in the second. Palmer bounced back to K Suarez to bring his strikeout total on the season to an even 100.

Powell led off the bottom of the second and tied the game with one swing.

Bosman struck out Etchebarren to begin the bottom of the third and record his 70th K on the season. But later in the frame, Grich gave Baltimore the lead with an RBI double. But then Grich was thrown out at home trying to score from second on a Johnson single.

After three: Baltimore 2 Texas 1.

Suarez tied the game in the fifth with an RBI double and then Bosman gave the Rangers the lead with a sacrifice fly RBI. Harrah added an RBI double of his own but then Lovitto was thrown out at home trying to score from first. In the end, it was a 3 run inning for Texas.

Johnson cut the Rangers lead in half with an RBI single in the bottom of the fifth and then Powell tied it with one of his own.

After six: Texas 4 Baltimore 4.

Baltimore committed two errors in the seventh and the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. But Nelson struck out to retire the side.

In the bottom of the seventh, it was almost deja vu as a three run homer broke the tie. This time it was off the bat of Powell.

Palmer struck out the side in the eighth.

Paul Lindblad replaced Bosman in the bottom of the eighth.

Grant Jackson came on in the ninth. The Rangers loaded the bases with two out but Nelson grounded out to end the game.

Final score: Baltimore 7 Texas 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Boog Powell 3 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

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

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Boog Powell Baltimore Orioles 3 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

2. Nolan Ryan California Angels 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 12 K, W

3. Claude Osteen Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 K, W



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Old 06-24-2017, 11:57 PM   #102
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JULY 9, 1972
Mercifully for the Rangers, the series in Baltimore ends today.

AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME VOTING UPDATE POSITION LEADERS
C Carlton Fisk Boston Red Sox
1B Dick Allen Chicago White Sox
2B Mike Andrews Chicago White Sox
3B Sal Bando Oakland Athletics
SS Freddie Patek Kansas City Royals
LF Roy White New York Yankees
CF Amos Otis Kansas City Royals
RF Reggie Jackson Oakland Athletics
SP Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers
RP Bob Locker Oakland Athletics

NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME VOTING UPDATE POSITION LEADERS
C Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds
1B Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves
2B Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds
3B Joe Torre St Louis Cardinals
SS Bud Harrelson New York Mets
LF Pete Rose Sr Cincinnati Reds
CF Willie Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
RF Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates
SP Tom Seaver New York Mets
RP Joe Grzenda St Louis Cardinals

The Dodgers placed 3B Steve Garvey on the DL with an oblique strain. He is expected to miss 6-7 weeks.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 49-34 at Cleveland 26-57 (2)
Detroit 40-39 at Chicago 51-32 (2)
New York 45-40 at Minnesota 30-52
Boston 37-43 at California 47-36
Milwaukee 46-35 at Oakland 41-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 39-45 at Cincinnati 47-35 (2)
Los Angeles 48-37 at New York 41-42
San Diego 37-51 at Philadelphia 40-44
San Francisco 44-44 at Montreal 36-48
Pittsburgh 58-27 at Atlanta 43-45
Houston 40-48 at St Louis 38-45

TEXAS RANGERS 34-49 AT BALTIMORE ORIOLES 49-35
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Gogolewski vs Dave McNally Advantage Texas
C Hal King vs Andy Etchebarren Advantage Baltimore
1B Frank Howard vs Boog Powell Advantage Baltimore
2B Lenny Randle vs Davey Johnson Advantage Baltimore
3B Dave Nelson vs Brooks Robinson Advantage Push
SS Toby Harrah vs Bobby Grich Advantage Baltimore
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Don Baylor Advantage Baltimore
CF Elliott Maddox vs Paul Blair Advantage Baltimore
RF Larry Biittner vs Merv Rettenmund Advantage Baltimore
On paper, at least, the Rangers have the better pitcher. But, can that be enough to overcome being on the short end almost everywhere else?

In the first inning, Baylor swiped his 30th base of the season and scored on a Johnson single. The play also saw Grich score on an error. Powell then singled but Johnson was thrown out at home trying to score from second. That has happened a lot this series. The next batter was Robinson and he hit a 2 run homer to reach 40 RBI on the season. The final tally in the first was 4 runs, 5 hits and 2 errors.

Maddox left the game with an injury in the third inning.

After three: Baltimore 4 Texas 0.

Harrah put Texas on the board in the sixth with a solo home run.

After six: Baltimore 4 Texas 1.

Mike Paul pitched the eighth for Texas.

In the ninth, Howard got an RBI double but it wasn't enough as the Orioles completed the sweep.

Final score: Baltimore 4 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dave McNally 9.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 6 Cleveland 3 Game 1
Kansas City 4 Cleveland 1 Game 2
Detroit 4 Chicago 3 Game 1
Detroit 6 Chicago 5 Game 2
Minnesota 5 New York 4 10 innings
Boston 5 California 1
Oakland 1 Milwaukee 0 14 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 4 Chicago 0 Game 1
Cincinnati 5 Chicago 1 Game 2
New York 2 Los Angeles 1
Philadelphia 3 San Diego 0
San Francisco 5 Montreal 4
Pittsburgh 6 Atlanta 5 10 innings
St Louis 4 Houston 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tony Perez Cincinnati Reds 6 for 8, 3B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

2. Norm Cash Detroit Tigers 6 for 8, 3 2B, 3 RBI, R, BB

3. Willie Horton Detroit Tigers 4 for 5, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R



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JULY 10, 1972
So much for good news. The Rangers travel to Detroit for 3 games against the Tigers. Detroit has beaten Texas 4 out of 5 this season and has a 3 game win streak going.

AL Player of the Week: LF Willie Horton Detroit Tigers

NL Player of the Week: 3B Richie Hebner Pittsburgh Pirates

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

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Milwaukee 46-36 at Minnesota 31-52
Kansas City 51-34 at Baltimore 50-35
Chicago 51-34 at Cleveland 26-59
New York 45-41 at California 47-37
Boston 38-43 at Oakland 42-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 45-44 at New York 42-42
San Diego 37-52 at Montreal 36-49
Los Angeles 48-38 at Philadelphia 41-44

TEXAS RANGERS 34-50 AT DETROIT TIGERS 42-39
MATCHUPS
SP Rich Hand vs Mickey Lolich Advantage Detroit
C Dick Billings vs Bill Freehan Advantage Detroit
1B Frank Howard vs Al Kaline Advantage Push
2B Ted Kubiak vs Gene Michael Advantage Push
3B Dave Nelson vs Dalton Jones Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs Ed Brinkman Advantage Texas
LF Larry Biittner vs Willie Horton Advantage Detroit
CF Vic Harris vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Push
RF Ted Ford vs Jim Northrup Advantage Detroit
It's pretty even on paper. Except for pitching. It's a huge mismatch on the mound.

The Rangers almost scored in the third but Kubiak was thrown out at home trying to score from second after a Nelson single.

After three: Texas 0 Detroit 0.

Michael put Detroit on the board with an RBI single in the fourth. Stanley then scored on a passed ball.

Texas loaded the bases with one out in the sixth. Billings then brought in a run with an RBI single but Biittner was thrown out at home trying to score from second.

The Tigers loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the sixth. Brinkman then brought home a run with a sac fly. Hand walked in another run and was replaced by Jim Panther and he got the final out.

After six: Detroit 4 Texas 1.

Horton singled to lead off the bottom of the seventh and run his hit streak to 11 games.

Paul Lindblad pitched the eighth for Texas.

Chris Zachary pitched the ninth for the Tigers. A wild pitch led to a Rangers run and then Harrah added an RBI single but Zachary ended the game by striking out Howard to record his 30th K of the season. The Rangers lost despite out-hitting Detroit 13-5

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mickey Lolich 8.0 IP, 9 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 1 Milwaukee 0
Baltimore 4 Kansas City 3
Chicago 12 Cleveland 4
New York 7 California 1
Oakland 3 Boston 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 9 San Francisco 1
Montreal 4 San Diego 1
Los Angeles 6 Philadelphia 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Ed Hermann Chicago White Sox 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 3 R

2. Ken Holtzman Oakland Athletics 7.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

3. Jim Kaat Minnesota Twins 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 4 K, W

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JULY 11, 1972
The second game of the series in Detroit.

Brewers RP Jim Slaton is expected to be listed as day to day for the next 3-4 weeks because of a strained forearm.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 51-35 at Baltimore 51-35
Chicago 52-34 at Cleveland 26-60
Milwaukee 46-37 at Minnesota 32-52
New York 46-41 at California 47-38
Boston 38-44 at Oakland 43-43

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 40-49 at Chicago 39-47
San Diego 37-53 at Montreal 37-49
Los Angeles 49-38 at Philadelphia 41-45
San Francisco 45-45 at New York 43-42
Pittsburgh 59-27 at Cincinnati 49-35
Atlanta 43-46 at St Louis 39-45

TEXAS RANGERS 34-51 AT DETROIT TIGERS 43-39
MATCHUPS
SP Don Stanhouse vs Bill Slayback Advantage Detroit
C Dick Billings vs Tom Haller Advantage Push
1B Larry Biittner vs Norm Cash Advantage Detroit
2B Vic Harris vs Dick McAuliffe Advantage Detroit
3B Dave Nelson vs Aurelio Rodriguez Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs Gene Michael Advantage Texas
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Willie Horton Advantage Texas
CF Joe Lovitto vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Detroit
RF Ted Ford vs Jim Northrup Advantage Detroit
Lot of players resting but adds up to an overall advantage for Detroit.

Rodriguez was hurt running the bases in the bottom of the first and had to leave the game. This was on a Horton single that extended his hit streak to 12 games. McAuliffe picked up the RBI with a two out single.

The Tigers loaded the bases with two out in the second but Horton grounded out to end the inning.

Harris tied the ball game with a groundout RBI in the top of the third.

After three: Texas 1 Detroit 1.

With runners at first and second and two out in the top of the fourth, Detroit went to the bullpen and brought on Lerrin LaGrow. Lovitto then singled to load the bases but Stanhouse stuck out to retire the side.

Burroughs gave Texas the lead in the fifth with an RBI single. But McAuliffe tied it in the bottom of the fifth with a solo home run, his 10th of the season.

With a runner on first and one out in the top of the sixth, the new Detroit pitcher would be Fred Holdsworth. And he would be out of the frame with the score still tied.

Paul Lindblad took the mound for Texas in the bottom of the sixth. Dalton Jones broke the tie by beating out a would-be double play groundball to bring home a run.

After six: Detroit 3 Texas 2.

Chuck Seelbach took the mound for the Tigers in the eighth. In the ninth, he struck out Harrah to record his 40th K of the season on his way to recording the save.

Final score: Detroit 3 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick McAuliffe 3 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 3 Kansas City 0
Chicago 5 Cleveland 2
Minnesota 6 Milwaukee 5
New York 7 California 3 15 innings
Oakland 6 Boston 5 10 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 4 Chicago 0
Montreal 2 San Diego 1
Los Angeles 8 Philadelphia 3
New York 5 San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 2 Pittsburgh 1
Atlanta 6 St Louis 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Larry Derker Houston Astros 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, W

2. Pat Dobson Baltimore Orioles 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, W

3. Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, R



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JULY 12, 1972
The good news. The Rangers get to leave Detroit after this game. The Tigers have won 5 straight while Texas has lost 5 in a row.

The latest rumor involves the Texas Rangers as it is reported that 1B Don Mincher is on the trade block.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 51-36 at Baltimore 52-35
Chicago 53-34 at Cleveland 26-61
Boston 38-45 at Oakland 44-43
New York 47-41 at California 47-39
Milwaukee 46-38 at Minnesota 33-52

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 45-46 at New York 44-42
Houston 41-49 at Chicago 39-48
San Diego 37-54 at Montreal 38-49
Los Angeles 50-38 at Philadelphia 41-46
Pittsburgh 59-28 at Cincinnati 50-35
Atlanta 44-46 at St Louis 39-46

TEXAS RANGERS 34-52 AT DETROIT TIGERS 44-39
MATCHUPS
SP Pete Broberg vs Les Cain Advantage Texas
C Dick Billings vs Bill Freehan Advantage Detroit
1B Frank Howard vs Norm Cash Advantage Detroit
2B Lenny Randle vs Dick McAuliffe Advantage Detroit
3B Vic Harris vs Aurelio Rodriguez Advantage Push
SS Ted Kubiak vs Ed Brinkman Advantage Texas
LF Larry Biittner vs Gates Brown Advantage Detroit
CF Joe Lovitto vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Detroit
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Jim Northrup Advantage Texas
On paper, the Tigers should complete the sweep.

Howard got the Rangers going with an RBI double in the first.

Texas loaded the bases with two out in the second. Biittner then drew a walk to bring in a run. Howard followed up with a 2 run single but Kubiak was injured sliding in at home and had to leave the game. Lovitto also drew a bases loaded walk to bring in another run as the Rangers put 4 up in the frame.

Texas loaded the bases with two out in the third as well but this time Howard flew out to retire the side.

After three: Texas 5 Detroit 0.

The fourth inning became the third inning in a row the Rangers would load the bases with two out but Cain struck out Broberg to retire the side.

In the top of the fifth, Cain walked Biittner to set a Tigers record with 9 free passes in a regular season game. So, he was replaced by Joe Niekro with a runner on first and one out. Billings then added to the Texas lead with a two run homer.

Jim Mason got his first RBI of the season with a run scoring single in the sixth. It had been that kind of day for the Rangers.

After six: Texas 8 Detroit 0.

Northrup made sure the Tigers did not get shut out as he delivered an RBI single in the seventh. Rodriguez tried to add a second run but Brinkman was thrown out at home trying to score from second.

Fred Holdsworth took the mound for Detroit in the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, Stanley brought in a run with a sac fly.

With one out in the ninth, Chris Zachary took the mound for Detroit.

With runners at first and second and one out, Horacio Pina replaced Broberg. Cash then singled to load the bases. An error brought in two runs and a walk loaded the bases again. Stanley added an RBI single before the final two outs were made to end the game.

Final score: Texas 8 Detroit 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Billings 2 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5 Kansas City 4
Chicago 8 Cleveland 6
Oakland 6 Boston 0
New York 4 California 3
Minnesota 4 Milwaukee 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 4 New York 1
Houston 4 Chicago 1
Montreal 6 San Diego 1
Los Angeles 5 Philadelphia 0
Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 1
St Louis 7 Atlanta 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bill Singer Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 K, W

2. Catfish Hunter Oakland Athletics 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

3. Roy Foster Cleveland Indians 2 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

Also of note, Cardinals SP Scipio Spinks pitched a complete game shutout against the Braves.



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Ah, the miserable Cleveland Indians. Texas will host Cleveland for 4 games beginning tonight. The Indians have lost 11 in a row. If you doubled Cleveland's win total, the Indians would still be 10 games below .500.

A trade rumor has 1B Tommy Davis allegedly leaving the Cubs.

An actual trade has taken place. The Dodgers have sent C Joe Ferguson to Cleveland in exchange for SP Ray Lamb and SS Jack Heidemann.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 51-37 at Detroit 44-40
Boston 38-46 at Minnesota 34-52

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 42-49 at Chicago 39-49
Pittsburgh 60-28 at Cincinnati 50-36
Atlanta 44-47 at St Louis 40-46

CLEVELAND INDIANS 26-62 AT TEXAS RANGERS 35-52
MATCHUPS
SP Steve Dunning vs Dick Bosman Advantage Texas
C Ray Fosse vs Dick Billings Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Frank Howard Advantage Push
2B John Lowenstein vs Vic Harris Advantage Cleveland
3B Graig Nettles vs Dave Nelson Advantage Cleveland
SS Frank Duffy vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Alex Johnson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Bobby Mitchell vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Push
RF Roy Foster vs Ted Ford Advantage Cleveland
Hard to imagine how the Rangers have been able to dominate this season series with the matchups on paper always leaning Cleveland's way.

Burroughs got an RBI in the first on a groundball out. Howard then followed up with a 2 run homer as Texas got a 3 run first.

Chambliss led off the second with a double, but injured himself and had to leave the game. And the Indians could not bring the runner home.

Lowenstein put Cleveland on the board in the third with an RBI double.

Howard answered in the bottom of the third with a 3 run homer.

After three: Texas 6 Cleveland 1.

The Indians went to the bullpen in the fourth and brought out Dick Baney.

After six: Texas 6 Cleveland 1.

Johnson got an RBI single in the top of the seventh. His 10th of the season. He also stole his first base of the year. Lowenstein then hit a 2 run homer. Kurt Bevacqua added an RBI double to make it a one run game.

Tom Hilgendorf took the mound for the Indians in the bottom of the seventh.

With one out in the top of the eighth, Horacio Pina replaced Bosman. And he closed it out to get the save.

Final score: Texas 6 Cleveland 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Frank Howard 2 for 3, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB, 2 R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 4 Detroit 2
Boston 13 Minnesota 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 3 Chicago 1 11 innings
Atlanta 4 St Louis 3
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. John E Kennedy Boston Red Sox 4 for 4, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Frank Howard Texas Rangers 2 for 3, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

3. Reggie Smith Boston Red Sox 5 for 6, HR, 3 RBI, R




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JULY 14, 1972
The second game in the series against the Indians. The Rangers are now 8-1 this season against Cleveland.

Cubs SP Joe Decker will miss the rest of the year due to a torn labrum.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 54-34 at Baltimore 53-35 (2)
Oakland 45-43 at New York 48-41 (2)
Kansas City 52-37 at Detroit 44-41
California 47-40 at Milwaukee 46-39
Boston 39-46 at Minnesota 35-53

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 45-47 at Chicago 39-50
Houston 43-49 at Pittsburgh 60-28
Cincinnati 50-36 at St Louis 40-47
Montreal 39-49 at Los Angeles 51-38
New York 44-43 at San Diego 37-55
Philadelphia 41-47 at San Francisco 46-46

CLEVELAND INDIANS 26-53 AT TEXAS RANGERS 36-52
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Tidrow vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Texas
C Ray Fosse vs Dick Billings Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Don Mincher Advantage Cleveland
2B Jack Brohamer vs Vic Harris Advantage Cleveland
3B Graig Nettles vs Dave Nelson Advantage Cleveland
SS Frank Duffy vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF John Lowenstein vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Push
CF Del Unser vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Cleveland
RF Roy Foster vs Ted Ford Advantage Cleveland
Overall: Advantage Cleveland

Fosse got the Indians on the board in the first with an RBI single.

Burroughs tied the game in the bottom of the first with an RBI single of his own.

Lowenstein put Cleveland back on top in the second with an RBI single.

After three: Cleveland 2 Texas 1.

Brohamer got his own RBI in the fifth.

In the bottom of the fifth, Harrah got a sac fly RBI to cut the Indians lead back down to 1. The Rangers then tied it when Lovitto scored on a throwing error by Nettles.

Gogolewski struck out Unser to begin the top of the 6th to run his K total to 80. But Lowenstein would come through with an RBI double later in the frame to give Cleveland the lead once again and bring his RBI total on the season to 20.

After six: Cleveland 4 Texas 3.

The Indians had a runner on second and one out when Paul Lindblad replaced Gogolewski.

Tom Hilgendorf became the new Cleveland pitcher in the eighth inning. With a man on first and two out, Bill F Butler replaced Hilgendorf and got the final out to end the inning.

Jim Panther took over pitching duties for Texas in the 9th. Panther ended the frame by striking out Fosse to record his first K of the season.

But, the Indians held on to end their 12 game losing streak.

Final score: Cleveland 4 Texas 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Graig Nettles 3 for 3, 2 R, 2 BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2 Chicago 1 Game 1
Baltimore 6 Chicago 4 Game 2
New York 3 Oakland 2 Game 1
Oakland 10 New York 1 Game 2
Kansas City 9 Detroit 4
California 5 Milwaukee 0
Minnesota 4 Boston 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 3 Houston 0
Cincinnati 3 St Louis 2 11 innings
Los Angeles 3 Montreal 1
New York 3 San Diego 1
Philadelphia 5 San Francisco 3 10 innings
Atlanta at Chicago ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Nolan Ryan California Angels 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 9 K, W

2. George Hendrick Oakland Athletics 5 for 8, 2 2B, 3B, RBI, 4 R, BB

3. Tom Seaver New York Mets 9,0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 8 K, W

Also of note, Pittsburgh's Nelson Briles pitched a complete game shutout against Houston.
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JULY 15, 1972
The third of a four game series in Texas between the Indians and the Rangers. Is anyone in the baseball world even paying attention?

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 53-37 at Detroit 44-42
Oakland 46-44 at New York 49-42
California 48-40 at Milwaukee 46-40
Boston 39-47 at Minnesota 35-53
Chicago 54-36 at Baltimore 55-35

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 43-50 at Pittsburgh 61-28
Atlanta 45-47 at Chicago 39-50 (2)
Philadelphia 42-47 at San Francisco 46-47
Cincinnati 51-36 at St Louis 40-48
New York 45-43 at San Diego 37-57
Montreal 39-50 at Los Angeles 52-38

CLEVELAND INDIANS 27-63 AT TEXAS RANGERS 36-53
MATCHUPS
SP Gaylord Perry vs Rich Hand Advantage Cleveland
C Joe Ferguson vs Hal King Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Frank Howard Advantage Push
2B Jack Brohamer vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Cleveland
3B Graig Nettles vs Dave Nelson Advantage Cleveland
SS Frank Duffy vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Alex Johnson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Del Unser vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Cleveland
RF John Lowenstein vs Ted Ford Advantage Cleveland
Overall: Advantage Cleveland


Chambliss got an RBI single in the top of the first. It could have been for 2 runs but Unser was thrown out at home trying to score from second. It was the 20th RBI on the season for Chambliss.

In the top of the third, Duffy was thrown out at home trying to score on a flyball out and then Johnson was thrown out at home trying to score from second on a Nettles single.

After three: Cleveland 1 Texas 0.

The middle innings were uneventful.

After six: Cleveland 1 Texas 0.

Hand struck out Brohamer in the top of the seventh to record his 50th K of the season.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Rangers had a runner on first and two outs when Perry was pulled for Steve Mingori. Mingori then got King to ground out to third to end the game.

Final score: Cleveland 1 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Gaylord Perry 8.2 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 4 K

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 9 Pittsburgh 6
Chicago 7 Atlanta 0 Game 1
Chicago 6 Atlanta 2 Game 2
San Francisco 5 Philadelphia 4
Cincinnati 4 St Louis 3
New York 5 San Diego 3
Los Angeles 3 Montreal 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jim Holt Minnesota Twins 4 for 4, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

2. Burt Hooton Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 K, W

3. Bill Parsons Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, W
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JULY 16, 1972
The final game of the four game series in Texas between the two last place teams in the American League as the Twins have passed the Rangers in the West.

AL ALL STAR VOTING POSITION LEADERS
C Carlton Fisk Boston Red Sox
1B Dick Allen Chicago White Sox
2B Mike Andrews Chicago White Sox
3B Sal Bando Oakland Athletics
SS Freddie Patek Kansas City Royals
LF Roy White New York Yankees
CF Amos Otis Kansas City Royals
RF Reggie Jackson Oakland Athletics
SP Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers
RP Bob Locker Oakland Athletics

NL ALL STAR VOTING POSITION LEADERS
C Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds
1B Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves
2B Joe L Morgan Cincinnati Reds
3B Ron Santo Chicago Cubs
SS Bud Harrelson New York Mets
LF Pete Rose Sr Cincinnati Reds
CF Willie Davis Los Angeles Dodgers
RF Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates
SP Tom Seaver New York Mets
RP Joe Grzenda St Louis Cardinals

Trade rumor has Philadelphia 1B Deron Johnson on the trading block.

The Atlanta Braves traded LF Rico Carty and 2B Larvell Blanks to the New York Mets for SP Chuck Dobson.

The Orioles sent C Johnny Oates and LF Von Joshua to California for SP Rudy May.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 54-37 at Detroit 44-43
California 48-41 at Milwaukee 47-40 (2)
Chicago 54-37 at Baltimore 56-35
Oakland 46-45 at New York 50-42
Boston 39-48 at Minnesota 36-53

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 44-50 at Pittsburgh 61-29
Atlanta 45-49 at Chicago 41-50
Cincinnati 52-36 at St Louis 40-49
Montreal 39-51 at Los Angeles 53-38
New York 46-43 at San Diego 37-57
Philadelphia 42-48 at San Francisco 47-47

CLEVELAND INDIANS 28-63 AT TEXAS RANGERS 36-54
MATCHUPS
SP Milt Wilcox vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Push
C Ray Fosse vs Dick Billings Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Larry Biittner Advantage Cleveland
2B Jack Brohamer vs Vic Harris Advantage Cleveland
3B Graig Nettles vs Dave Nelson Advantage Cleveland
SS Frank Duffy vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Alex Johnson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Del Unser vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Cleveland
RF Roy Foster vs Ted Ford Advantage Cleveland
Overall: Advantage Cleveland

Stanhouse was perfect through three.

In the bottom of the third, Harris got the Rangers going with a 2-run triple and then scored himself on a Nelson groundout.

After three: Texas 3 Cleveland 0.

Nettles had a two out single in the fourth to end the perfection for Stanhouse early.

Unser put the Indians on the board in the top of the fifth with a solo home run.

Johnson had a single in the top of the sixth to run his hit streak to 11 games.

After six: Texas 3 Cleveland 1.

Harrah smashed a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh to increase the Texas lead.

Horacio Pina took the mound in the top of the eighth. An error and two walks and the Indians had the bases loaded with two out. A wild pitch then brought a run in. Then Chambliss tied the game with a 2 run single. Another error and another wild pitch and the Indians had the lead. 4 runs. None of them earned.

Steve Mingori took the mound for Cleveland in the bottom of the eighth.

Paul Lindblad pitched the ninth for Texas. Duffy hit a solo shot to make it a 2 run game.

Final score: Cleveland 6 Texas 4

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Stanhouse 7.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 3 Detroit 2
California 4 Milwaukee 2 20 innings Game 1
Milwaukee 4 California 0 Game 2
Baltimore 6 Chicago 2
New York 5 Oakland 0
Minnesota 4 Boston 1

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Skip Lockwood Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K. W

2. Dave May Milwaukee Brewers 5 for 11, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

3. Ray Sadecki New York Mets 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W

Also of note, Yankees SP Mike Kekich pitched a complete game shutout against Oakland.
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JULY 17,1972

After losing three straight at home against the worst team in baseball, the Rangers now host the team with the best record in the AL as the Orioles visit Texas for three games. The Rangers are 1-8 against Baltimore and have lost 6 straight in the season series. The Orioles are riding a 12 game winning streak.

AL Player of the Week: 1B Dick Allen Chicago White Sox

NL Player of the Week:
SP Phil Niekro Atlanta Braves

The Braves have lost RP Mike McQueen for the rest of the year after he suffered a torn flexor tendon in his elbow.

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

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 49-42 at Boston 39-49
Chicago 54-38 at Detroit 44-44
Oakland 46-46 at Milwaukee 48-41

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 53-36 at Chicago 41-51
Atlanta 46-49 at Pittsburgh 61-30
St Louis 40-50 at Houston 45-50

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 57-35 AT TEXAS RANGERS 36-55
MATCHUPS
SP Jim Palmer vs Pete Broberg Advantage Baltimore
C Andy Etchebarren vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Frank Howard Advantage Baltimore
2B Davey Johnson vs Vic Harris Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Al Bumbry vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Paul Blair vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Baltimore
RF Merv Rettenmund vs Larry Biittner Advantage Baltimore
Overall: Advantage Baltimore

The first run of the game comes in the top of the first when Bumbry is awarded home plate after a balk is called on Broberg.

Harrah got a single in the bottom of the third to extend his hitting streak to 12 games. Harris then tied the game with a sac fly RBI.

After three: Baltimore 1 Texas 1.

Powell led off the fourth with a single to record his 100th hit of the season.

Broberg struck out Etchebarren in the fifth to reach 80 K on the season.

Grich led off the sixth with a home run to put the Orioles back on top.

After six: Baltimore 2 Texas 1.

The Orioles lead increased in the seventh when Rettenmund came up with an RBI single.

The Rangers got that run back in the bottom of the seventh with a Burroughs sac fly RBI. Baltimore then pulled Palmer and brought in Bob Reynolds to get the final out of the inning.

Grant Jackson then took over pitching duties for the Orioles in the eighth.

Baltimore had a runner on second and one out in the ninth when the Rangers pulled Broberg and brought in Paul Lindblad. Grich then added an RBI single to put the Orioles up by two again as the Rangers would lose their fourth straight.

Final score: Baltimore 4 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bobby Grich 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 4 California 3
Chicago 4 Detroit 1 11 innings
Oakland 6 Milwaukee 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 4 Chicago 1
Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 1 11 innings
Houston 4 St Louis 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bob Moose Pittsburgh Pirates 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K

2. Wayne Simpson Cincinnati Reds 9.0 IP, 9 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, W

3. Dave Lemonds Chicago White Sox 7.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 K
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JULY 18,1972
The Rangers have lost 9 of their last 11 and host the Orioles in the second game of their series.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 49-43 at Boston 40-49
Chicago 55-38 at Detroit 44-45
Minnesota 37-53 at New York 51-42
Oakland 47-46 at Milwaukee 48-42
Cleveland 29-63 at Kansas City 55-37

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 54-36 at Chicago 41-52
Atlanta 47-49 at Pittsburgh 61-31
St Louis 40-51 at Houston 46-50
New York 47-43 at Los Angeles 54-38
Philadelphia 42-49 at San Diego 37-58
Montreal 39-52 at San Francisco 48-47

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 58-35 AT TEXAS RANGERS 36-56
MATCHUPS
SP Dave McNally vs Dick Bosman Advantage Baltimore
C Elrod Hendricks vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Frank Howard Advantage Baltimore
2B Davey Johnson vs Lenny Randle Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Al Bumbry vs Larry Biittner Advantage Baltimore
CF Paul Blair vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Baltimore
RF Merv Rettenmund vs Ted Ford Advantage Baltimore
Overall: Advantage Baltimore

Harrah led off the bottom of the first with a single to extend his hit streak to 13 games.

In the top of the second, Bosman recorded his 80th K of the season by striking out Robinson.

In the bottom of the second, Lovitto out the Rangers on top with an RBI single.

After three: Texas 1 Baltimore 0.

For once, the Rangers were on the positive side of a throwing error as Lovitto scored to increase the Texas lead in the fourth.

The Orioles committed another error in the fifth. This one allowed Biittner to score.

Through six innings, each team had committed two errors but it had been the Baltimore errors that had proven most costly.

After six: Texas 3 Baltimore 0.

The Orioles loaded the bases with two outs in the seventh as Bosman walked three. Bosman then walked Grich to force in a run before striking out Johnson to retire the side.

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

Bob Reynolds took the mound for Baltimore in the bottom of the eighth.

Pina made it through his two innings without giving up a run. The four game losing streak for Texas came to an end. As did the Orioles 13 game winning streak.

Final score: Texas 3 Baltimore 1.

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

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

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. John Curtis Boston Red Sox 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

2. Ken Brett Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W

3. Joe H Coleman Detroit Tigers 8.1 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 5 BB, 7 K, W
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JULY 19,1972
The Rangers could actually win a series against Baltimore as they host the Orioles in the final game of the series.

The Orioles placed LF Don Baylor on the DL with a torn quad. He is expected to miss four weeks.

Padres LF Leron Lee will miss the rest of the season due to suffering a broken bone in his elbow.

The Rangers traded 1B Don Mincher to the Red Sox for SP Mike Garman.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 49-44 at Boston 41-49
Cleveland 29-63 at Kansas City 55-37 (2)
Minnesota 37-54 at New York 52-42
Chicago 55-39 at Detroit 45-45
Oakland 47-47 at Milwaukee 49-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 54-37 at Chicago 42-52
Atlanta 48-49 at Pittsburgh 61-32
Montreal 39-53 at San Francisco 49-47
St Louis 41-51 at Houston 46-51
New York 48-43 at Los Angeles 54-39
Philadelphia 43-49 at San Diego 37-59

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 58-36 AT TEXAS RANGERS 37-56
MATCHUPS
SP Rudy May vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Texas
C Andy Etchebarren vs Dick Billings Advantage Baltimore
1B Boog Powell vs Frank Howard Advantage Baltimore
2B Davey Johnson vs Lenny Randle Advantage Baltimore
3B Brooks Robinson vs Dave Nelson Advantage Baltimore
SS Bobby Grich vs Toby Harrah Advantage Baltimore
LF Al Bumbry vs Larry Biittner Advantage Baltimore
CF Paul Blair vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Baltimore
RF Merv Rettenmund vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
Overall: Advantage Baltimore

Goglewski only gave up one hit in the first three innings but May didn't even give up that many hits.

After three: Baltimore 0 Texas 0.

Burroughs broke up the no-hitter with a 2 out double in the fifth. But still neither team could cross the plate.

After six: Baltimore 0 Texas 0.

The scoreless tie was finally broken in the top of the eighth when Bumbry came through with an RBI single. Grich then brought Bumbry home with his own RBI single. With runners at the corners and one out, Goglewski was pulled and in came Paul Lindblad to pitch. Robinson then drove in his 50th run of the season as he, too, hit an RBI single.

Meanwhile, May, making his first ever start for the Orioles, finished off the complete game shutout.

Final score: Baltimore 3 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Rudy May 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 4 California 0
Cleveland 2 Kansas City 0 Game 1
Cleveland 10 Kansas City 1 Game 2
New York 3 Minnesota 2
Detroit 3 Chicago 2
Milwaukee 9 Oakland 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 2 Cincinnati 0
Pittsburgh 13 Atlanta 2
Montreal 7 Atlanta 4
St Louis 2 Houston 1 11 innings
Los Angeles 2 New York 0
Philadelphia 3 San Diego 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Tommy John Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 8 K, W

2. Rudy May Baltimore Orioles 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 7 K, W

3. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals 10.2 IP, 8 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, W

Royals SS Freddie Patek will be listed as DtD after colliding with another player in the game against the Indians.

Boston's Marty Pattin pitched a complete game shutout against the Angels.

Cleveland's Dick Tidrow pitched a complete game shutout against the Royals.

Pittsburgh RF Roberto Clemente had his 3000th career hit in today's game against the Braves.
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JULY 20, 1972
The Rangers host Detroit for four games in the final series before the All Star Break.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 47-48 at Boston 42-29
California 49-45 at New York 53-42
Baltimore 59-36 at Kansas City 55-39

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 42-51 at Atlanta 48-50
New York 48-44 at Los Angeles 55-39

DETROIT TIGERS 46-45 AT TEXAS RANGERS 37-57
MATCHUPS
SP Mickey Lolich vs Rich Hand Advantage Detroit
C Bill Freehan vs Hal King Advantage Detroit
1B Norm Cash vs Frank Howard Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Detroit
3B Dalton Jones vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS Ed Brinkman vs Toby Harrah Advanatge Texas
LF Willie Horton vs Larry Biittner Advantage Push
CF Mickey Stanley vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Detroit
RF Jim Northrup vs Ted Ford Advantage Detroit
Overall: Advantage Detroit

Lolich struck out King in the second to record his 150th K of the season.

Northrup put the Tigers on the board in the third with an RBI groundout.

After three: Detroit 1 Texas 0.

Northrup singled in the top of the sixth to stretch his hit streak to 11 games as Detroit loaded the bases with nobody out. Two outs later and the Tigers had not scored and it looked like the Rangers would get out of the jam. But then Freehan hit a grand slam to bring his RBI total over 40 for the season. And the Rangers pulled Hand and brought in Mike Paul to pitch.

After six: Detroit 5 Texas 0.

Cash smashed a 3 run homer in the eighth inning to bring his RBI total on the season over 50.

Casey Cox took the mound for the Rangers in the ninth. Jones added an RBI single to the blowout.

Texas loaded the bases with one out in the bottom of the ninth before Lolich finished off the complete game shutout.

Final score: Detroit 9 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mickey Lolich 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Oakland 4
New York 3 California 2
Baltimore 6 Kansas City 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 5 St Louis 4
Los Angeles 4 New York 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

2. Fritz Peterson New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, W

3. Gene Tenace Oakland Athletics 2 for 3, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
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JULY 21, 1972
The second of the four game series between the Rangers and the Tigers. Texas has gone 21 straight innings without scoring a run.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 49-46 at New York 52-42
Oakland 47-49 at Boston 43-49
Cleveland 31-63 at Chicago 55-40
Baltimore 60-36 at Kansas City 55-40
Minnesota 37-55 at Milwaukee 50-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 62-32 at Cincinnati 54-38
Cincinnati 54-38 at Pittsburgh 62-32
St Louis 42-52 at Atlanta 49-50
Chicago 43-52 at Houston 46-52
Philadelphia 44-49 at Los Angeles 56-39
Montreal 40-53 at San Diego 37-60
New York 48-45 at San Francisco 49-48

DETROIT TIGERS 47-45 AT TEXAS RANGERS 37-58
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Slayback vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Detroit
C Bill Freehan vs Ken Suarez Advantage Detroit
1B Norm Cash vs Frank Howard Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Vic Harris Advantage Detroit
3B Aurelio Rodriguez vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS Gene Michel vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Willie Horton vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Mickey Stanley vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Detroit
RF Al Kaline vs Ted Ford Advantage Detroit
Overall: Advantage Detroit

Harrah quickly ended the Rangers scoring drought with a leadoff home run in the bottom of the first. Ford added a 2 run double as the Rangers came up with 5 hits in the first inning.

Nelson added to the Texas lead in the second with an RBI single.

Stanhouse struck out Slayback to begin the third inning and get his 70th K of the season.

After three: Texas 4 Detroit 0.

With a runner at second and two out in the bottom of the fourth, the Tigers went to the bullpen and brought out Lerrin LaGrow and he got the final out to prevent the Rangers from increasing the lead.

LaGrow struck out Stanhouse to end the fifth and get his 10th K of the season.

After six: Texas 4 Detroit 0.

Joe Niekro took the mound for the Tigers in the seventh.

Horacio Pina came on for the Rangers in the eighth.

Texas loaded the bases with two out in the bottom of the eighth and Fred Holdsworth was brought out to pitch for Detroit. Ford then drew a walk to bring home a run before the final out of the inning was made.

Pina then closed out the shutout.

Final score: Texas 5 Detroit 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Stanhouse 7.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 5 California 4
Chicago 5 Cleveland 3
Baltimore 4 Kansas City 3
Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 2
Oakland at Boston ppd

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 4 Cincinnati 1
Pittsburgh 6 Cincinnati 4
Atlanta 10 St Louis 0
Houston 3 Chicago 2
Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia 0
San Diego 4 Montreal 2
San Francisco 6 New York 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Earl C Williams Atlanta Braves 3 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R

2. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

3. Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates 3 for 8, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

White Sox 1B Dick Allen suffered a strained hip muscle and is listed as DtD.

Atlanta's Phil Niekro pitched a complete game shutout against the Cardinals.
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JULY 22, 1972
The third game of the four game series in Texas between the Tigers and the Rangers. Detroit has won 7 out of 10 games between the two teams.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 47-49 at Boston 43-49 (2)
California 49-47 at New York 55-42
Minnesota 37-56 at Milwaukee 51-42
Cleveland 31-64 at Chicago 56-40
Baltimore 61-36 at Kansas City 55-41

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 54-40 at Pittsburgh 64-32
St Louis 42-53 at Atlanta 50-50
New York 48-46 at San Francisco 50-48
Chicago 43-53 at Houston 47-52
Philadelphia 44-50 at Los Angeles 57-39
Montreal 40-54 at San Diego 38-60

DETROIT TIGERS 47-46 AT TEXAS RANGERS 38-58
MATCHUPS
SP Les Cain vs Pete Broberg Advantage Texas
C Tom Haller vs Dick Billings Advantage Push
1B Norm Cash vs Frank Howard Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Lenny Randle Advantage Detroit
3B Aurelio Rodriguez vs Vic Harris Advantage Texas
SS Ed Brinkman vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Texas
LF Gates Brown vs Larry Biittner Advantage Texas
CF Mickey Stanley vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Detroit
RF Jim Northrup vs Ted Ford Advantage Detroit
Overall: Advantage Detroit

The Tigers loaded the bases with one out in the top of the second. Cain then got the RBI single to put Detroit on the board. Northrup followed up with a sac fly RBI.

After three: Detroit 2 Texas 0.

In the fifth, McAuliffe went yard for a 3 run homer.

Tom Grieve put the Rangers on the board with a pinch hit solo home run in the bottom of the fifth.

Casey Cox took the mound for Texas in the sixth. The Tigers loaded the bases with one out but could not add to their lead.

In the bottom of the sixth, Billings brought the Ranges a bit closer with an RBI double. Lovitto added a sac fly RBI.

After six: Detroit 5 Texas 3.

Detroit again loaded the bases with one out, this time in the seventh inning. Texas went to the bullpen and brought out Mike Paul. Pinch hitter Al Kaline went for the sac fly RBI but Ford through Stanley out at home to end this threat.

In the bottom of the seventh, Howard made it a 1 run game with an RBI single, his 40th RBI of the season.

Chuck Seelbach took the mound for the Tigers in the eighth.

Paul Lindblad took the mound for the Rangers in the ninth.

The Rangers could not score on Seelbach in the eighth or ninth and went down to defeat.

Final score: Detroit 5 Texas 4.

PLAYER OS THE GAME
Les Cain 7.0 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, 1 for 2, RBI

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 6 Oakland 0 Game 1
Boston 4 Oakland 2 Game 2
New York 9 California 8
Minnesota 2 Milwaukee 0
Chicago 5 Cleveland 2
Baltimore 4 Kansas City 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 10 Pittsburgh 6
Atlanta 6 St Louis 4
San Francisco 1 New York 0
Chicago 7 Houston 4 15 innings
Philadelphia 4 Los Angeles 0 10 innings
Montreal 10 San Diego 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mike Jorgensen Montreal Expos 4 for 5, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Dave Concepcios Cincinnati Reds 2 for 3, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

3. Ken Singleton Montreal Expos 4 for 5, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

Boston's Luis Tiant pitched a complete game shutout against Oakland.

Cubs 3B Ron Santo got career hit number 2000 in the game against the Astros.
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JULY 23, 1972
The Rangers face the Tigers in the final game before the All Star Break.

FINAL AL ALL STAR GAME VOTING UPDATE
POSITION LEADERS
C Carlton Fisk Boston
1B Dick Allen Chicago
2B Mike Andrews Chicago
3B Sal Bando Oakland
SS Freddie Patek Kansas City
LF Roy White New York
CF Amos Otis Kansas City
RF Reggie Jackson Oakland
SP Mickey Lolich Detroit
RP Bob Locker Oakland

FINAL NL ALL STAR GAME VOTING UPDATE
POSITION LEADERS
C Johnny Bench Cincinnati
1B Hank Aaron Atlanta
2B Joe L Morgan Cincinnati
3B Ron Santo Chicago
SS Bud Harrelson New York
LF Pete Rose Sr Cincinnati
CF Willie Davis Los Angeles
RF Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh
SP Tom Seaver New York
RP Joe Grzenda St Louis

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 47-51 at Boston 45-49
Minnesota 38-56 at Milwaukee 51-43 (2)
California 49-48 at New York 56-42
Cleveland 31-65 at Chicago 57-40 (2)
Baltimore 62-36 at Kansas City 55-42

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 42-54 at Atlanta 51-50
Cincinnati 55-40 at Pittsburgh 64-33
Montreal 41-54 at San Diego 38-61 (2)
Chicago 44-53 at Houston 47-53
Philadelphia 45-50 at Los Angeles 57-40
New York 48-47 at San Francisco 51-48

DETROIT TIGERS 48-46 AT TEXAS RANGERS 38-39
MATCHUPS
SP Joe H Coleman vs Dick Bosman Adantage Detroit
C Bill Freehan vs Dick Billings Advantage Detroit
1B Norm Cash vs Larry Biittner Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Vic Harris Advantage Detroit
3B Aurelio Rodriguez vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS Gene Micheal vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Willie Horton vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Mickey Stanley vs Joe Lovitto Advantage Detroit
RF Jim Northrup vs Tom Grieve Advantage Detroit
Overall: Advantage Detroit

Bosman had a no-hitter through three. But the Rangers only had one hit themselves.

After three: Detroit 0 Texas 0.

In the fourth, Nelson hit his 10th double of the season and then stole his 40th base of the season. But the Rangers couldn't bring him home.

Bosman still had a no-hitter going through six.

Coleman struck out Bosman to begin the bottom of the sixth to record strikeout #125 of the season.

After six: Detroit 0 Texas 0.

Horton led off the seventh with a triple to break up the no-hitter. Freehan then gave Detroit the lead with a 3 run homer.

In the bottom of the seventh, Nelson was thrown out at home while trying to score on a Billings flyball out.

Paul Lindblad pitched the ninth for Texas.

Coleman then completed the shutout.

Final score: Detroit 3 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Joe H Coleman 9.0 IP, 4 H. 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 4 Boston 3
Minnesota 1 Milwaukee 0 Game 1
Milwaukee 4 Minnesota 0 Game 2
California 3 New York 1
Cleveland 1 Chicago 0 Game 1
Cleveland 1 Chicago 0 Game 2
Baltimore 7 Kansas City 1 11 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 9 Atlanta 6
Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 1
San Diego 1 Montreal 0 Game 1
San Diego 6 Montreal 0 Game 2
Houston 5 Chicago 4
Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 2
New York 5 San Francisco 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Joe H Coleman Detroit Tigers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W

2. Ken Brett Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, W

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

Oakland RF Angel Mangual went 5-for-5 against Boston.
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JULY 24, 1972
The All Star Break begins.

1972 AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAM
SP Tom Bradley Chicago
SP Ken Brett Milwaukee
SP Catfish Hunter Oakland
SP Mickey Lolich Detroit
SP Jim Lonborg Milwaukee
SP Fritz Peterson New York
SP Nolan Ryan California
SP Gary Ryerson Milwaukee
SP Paul Splittorff Kansas City
SP Mel Stottlemyre Sr New York
SP Wilbur Wood Chicago
RP Bill F Lee Boston
RP Bob Locker Oakland
C Carlton Fisk Boston
C Bill Freehan Detroit
C Ed Hermann Chicago
1B Dick Allen Chicago
1B Norm Cash Detroit
1B John Mayberry Sr Kansas City
1B Boog Powell Baltimore
2B Mike Andrews Chicago
2B Rod Carew Minnesota
2B Dick McAuliffe Detroit
3B Sal Bando Oakland
3B Graig Nettles Cleveland
3B Brooks Robinson Baltimore
3B Paul Schaal Kansas City
SS Bobby Grich Baltimore
SS Freddie Patek Kansas City
LF John E Briggs Milwaukee
LF Willie Horton Detroit
LF Roy White New York
CF Paul Blair Baltimore
CF Dave May Milwaukee
CF Bobby Murcer New York
CF Amos Otis Kansas City
RF Reggie Jackson Oakland
RF Merv Rettenmund Baltimore

1972 NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAM
SP Steve Carlton Philadelphia
SP Dock Ellis Pittsburgh
SP Bob Gibson St Louis
SP Tommy John Los Angeles
SP Jerry Reuss Houston
SP Tom Seaver New York
SP Bill Singer Los Angeles
SP Don Sutton Los Angeles
RP Danny Frisella New York
RP Joe Grzenda St Louis
RP Bruce Kison Pittsburgh
RP Carl Morton Montreal
C Johnny Bench Cincinnati
C Manny Sanguillen Pittsburgh
C Duke Sims Los Angeles
1B Hank Aaron Atlanta
1B Nate Colbert San Diego
1B Tony Perez Cincinnati
1B Willie Stargell Pittsburgh
2B Joe L Morgan Cincinnati
3B Bob Bailey Montreal
3B Richie Hebner Pittsburgh
3B Don Money Philadelphia
3B Ron Santo Chicago
3B Joe Torre St Louis
SS Bud Harrelson New York
LF Pete Rose Sr Cincinnati
LF Bob Watson Houston
LF Billy L Williams Chicago
CF Dusty Baker Atlanta
CF Willie Davis Los Angeles
CF Garry Maddox San Francisco
RF Bobby Bonds San Francisco
RF Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh

AL Player of the Week: SP Ken Brett Milwaukee Brewers

NL Player of the Week: C Earl C Williams Atlanta Braves

POWER RANKINGS
1. Baltimore Orioles
2. Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Los Angeles Dodgers
4. Cincinnati Reds
5. New York Yankees
6. Milwaukee Brewers
7. Chicago White Sox
8. Detroit Tigers
9. Kansas City Royals
10. New York Mets
11. San Francisco Giants
12. Atlanta Braves
13. Houston Astros
14. California Angels
15. Boston Red Sox
16. Oakland Athletics
17. Philadelphia Phillies
18. Chicago Cubs
19. St Louis Cardinals
20. Minnesota Twins
21. Montreal Expos
22. San Diego Padres
23. Cleveland Indians
24. Texas Rangers
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JULY 25, 1972
Today is the 1972 All Star Game.

The Yankees placed RP Fred Beene on the DL because of a torn triceps. He is expected to miss 8 weeks.

Pittsburgh 2B Dave Cash will miss the rest of the year because of a broken bone in his elbow.

The Braves have traded 1B Orlando Cepeda to California for RP Tom Dukes and LF Von Joshua.

1972 ALL STAR GAME
National League 2 American League 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Nate Colbert NL 1 for 1, HR, RBI, R

2. Mike Andrews AL 2 for 2, RBI

3. Merv Rettenmund AL 1 for 1, R, BB
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JULY 26, 1972
The last day of the All Star Break.

STANDINGS
AL EAST
Baltimore 63-36
New York 56-43
Milwaukee 52-44
Detroit 49-46
Boston 45-50
Cleveland 33-65

AL WEST
Chicago 57-42
Kansas City 55-43
California 50-48
Oakland 48-51
Minnesota 39-57
Texas 38-60

NL EAST
Pittsburgh 64-34
New York 49-47
Philadelphia 45-51
Chicago 44-54
St Louis 43-54
Montreal 41-56

NL WEST
Los Angeles 58-40
Cincinnati 56-40
San Francisco 51-49
Atlanta 51-51
Houston 48-53
San Diego 40-61

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average Jeff Burroughs .261
Home Runs Jeff Burroughs 15
RBI Jeff Burroughs 55
ERA Bill Gogolewski 3.12
Wins Pete Broberg 8
Strikeouts Pete Broberg 86

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 309 10th
Batting Average .231 12th
OBP .308 9th
Home Runs 46 t-9th
Stolen Bases 77 1st
Runs Against 398 10th
Starters ERA 3.73 12th
Bullpen ERA 2.76 4th
Defensive Eff. .702 6th

TEXAS RANGERS CURRENT INJURIES
CF Elliott Maddox Out, 6 Days, DL, 0 Days Left
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JULY 27, 1972
The Rangers begin the second half of the season in California against the Angels for three games.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 55-43 at Chicago 57-42 (2)
Boston 45-50 at New York 56-43
Cleveland 33-65 at Baltimore 63-36
Detroit 49-46 at Milwaukee 52-44
Minnesota 39-57 at Oakland 48-51

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 49-47 at Pittsburgh 64-34 (2)
Chicago 44-54 at Philadelphia 45-51 (2)
San Francisco 51-49 at Atlanta 51-51
San Diego 40-61 at Cincinnati 56-40
St Louis 43-54 at Montreal 41-56
Los Angeles 58-40 at Houston 48-53

TEXAS RANGERS 38-60 AT CALIFORNIA ANGELS 50-48
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Gogolewski vs Andy Messersmith Advantage Texas
C Dick Billings vs Johnny Oates Advantage California
1B Frank Howard vs Jim Spencer Advantage Texas
2B Vic Harris vs Syd O'Brien Advantage Texas
3B Dave Nelson vs Ken McMullen Advantage California
SS Toby Harrah vs Leo Cardenas Advantage Texas
LF Jeff Burroughs vs Andy Kosco Advantage Texas
CF Joe Lovitto vs Ken Berry Advantage California
RF Larry Biittner vs Leroy Stanton Advantage California
Overall: Advantage Texas

Spencer put the Angels on the board in the second with an RBI single. Berry added his own RBI single. It could have been for two runs but Lovitto threw O'Brien out at home as he tried to score from second.

After three: California 2 Texas 0.

Kosco led off the bottom of the fourth with a home run.

After six: California 3 Texas 0.

The Rangers loaded the bases with two out in the seventh but Harris grounded out to retire the side.

In the ninth, Messersmith struck out Howard to record his 10th K of the game on his way to the complete game shutout.

Final score: California 3 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Andy Messersmith 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 10 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Chicago 3 Kansas City 2 10 innings Game 1
Kansas City 6 Chicago 4 Game 2
New York 4 Boston 3
Baltimore 3 Cleveland 2
Detroit 3 Milwaukee 2 11 innings
Minnesota 3 Oakland 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 12 New York 5 Game 1
Pittsburgh 2 New York 1 13 innings Game 2
Philadelphia 8 Chicago 1 Game 1
Chicago 8 Philadelphia 0 Game 2
Atlanta 6 San Francisco 4
Cincinnati 2 San Diego 1 10 innings
Montreal 8 St Louis 0
Los Angeles 3 Houston 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Dick Allen Chicago White Sox 4 for 8, 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Ken Singleton Montreal Expos 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. Andy Messersmith California Angels 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 10 K, W

Fergie Jenkins of the Cubs pitched a complete game shutout against the Phillies.
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