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Old 05-07-2017, 08:55 PM   #21
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APRIL 21, 1972

The home stand begins with a four game series against the Angels.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 8-6 at Cleveland 4-8
New York 7-6 at Boston 7-5
Detroit 3-8 at Milwaukee 8-4
Kansas City 6-8 at Chicago 9-4

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

CALIFORNIA ANGELS 5-6 AT TEXAS RANGERS 6-6
MATCHUPS
SP Andy Messersmith vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Angels
C John Stephenson vs Dick Billings Advantage Angels
1B Jim Spencer vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Sandy Alomar Sr vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Angels
3B Andy Kosko vs Dave Nelson Advantage Push
SS Leo Cardenas vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Vada Pinson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Ken Berry vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Angels
RF Leroy Stanton vs Ted Ford Advantage Push
The matchups seem split with the Rangers overall seeming to have a small advantage.

The first three innings went by with each team getting just one hit.

After three: California 0 Texas 0.

The Angels got a run in the top of the fourth but that was all for the middle innings.

After six: California 1 Texas 0.

The Angels got their second run in the eighth.

Dick Billings led off the bottom of the eighth with a double. Ted Ford then brought him home with an RBI single to make it 2-1. The Angels went to the bullpen as Don Mincher came in to pinch hit for Kubiak. A wild pitch sent the tying run to second. Mincher then laid down the sacrifice bunt to move Ford to third. Larry Biittner then pinch hit for Gogolewski but grounded out with bringing Ford home. Maddox then flew out to center to end the inning.

And that would do it as the Rangers went down in order in the ninth.

Final score: California 2 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bill Gogolewski 8.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 RR, 1 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5 Cleveland 4 10 innings
New York 6 Boston 4
Detroit 7 Milwaukee 3
Kansas City 6 Chicago 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 9 Chicago 0
St Louis 1 Montreal 0
Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 1
Atlanta 5 Cincinnati 4
Los Angeles 6 San Diego 4
Houston 7 San Francisco 6 18 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Dick McAuliffe Detroit Tigers 4 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, R, BB

2. Tom Seaver New York Mets 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 12 K, W

3. Reggie Cleveland St Louis Cardinals 8.2 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K, W



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Old 05-07-2017, 10:29 PM   #22
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APRIL 22, 1972

The second of four at home against the Angels as the Rangers try to end a three game losing streak.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 8-6 at Boston 7-6
Baltimore 9-6 at Cleveland 4-9
Detroit 4-8 at Milwaukee 8-5
Kansas City 7-8 at Chicago 9-5
Oakland 5-7 at Minnesota 6-6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 7-5 at Montreal 6-5
Chicago 5-8 at New York 4-7
Pittsburgh 9-4 at Philadelphia 5-7
Cincinnati 7-6 at Atlanta 10-5
Houston 10-5 at San Francisco 5-9
San Diego 7-8 at Los Angeles 4-10

CALIFORNIA ANGELS 6-6 AT TEXAS RANGERS 6-7
MATCHUPS
SP Tom Murphy vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Angels
C John Stephenson vs Dick Billings Advantage Push
1B Jim Spencer vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Sandy Alomar Sr vs Vic Harris Advantage Angels
3B Andy Kosko vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS Leo Cardenas vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Vada Pinson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Ken Berry vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Angels
RF Leroy Stanton vs Ted Ford Advantage Push
The Rangers match up well to even this series and get back to .500 but they need Howard, Burroughs and Harrah to show up.

Stanhouse did not allow a hit in the first three innings while Murphy only allowed one

After three: California 0 Texas 0.

The no-hit bid ended for Stanhouse in the sixth inning. In the bottom of the sixth, the Rangers stranded a runner at third. It was the first runner of the game to reach third.

Through six: California 0 Texas 0.

The Angels got a pair of hits in the seventh but still could not reach third base.

The Rangers also got a pair of runners on in the seventh but also failed to score.

The Rangers went to the bullpen in the eighth and Horacio Pina kept the game scoreless.

In the bottom of the eighth, Hal King hit a solo home run.

Pina would issue a walk in the ninth but allow nothing more.

Final score: Texas 1 California 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Don Stanhouse 7.1 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 1 Boston 0
Baltimore 9 Cleveland 4
Milwaukee 3 Detroit 0
Minnesota 9 Oakland 3
Kansas City at Chicago ppd.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 5 St Louis 2
Chicago 6 New York 0
Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 3
Cincinnati 11 Atlanta 5
San Diego 1 Los Angeles 0
Houston at San Francisco ppd

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

2. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K

3. Juan Pizarro Chicago Cubs 7.1 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 6 K, W



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Old 05-08-2017, 02:03 AM   #23
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APRIL 23, 1972

The third game in the four game series against the Angels.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 7-8 at Chicago 9-5 (2)
New York 9-6 at Boston 7-7
Baltimore 10-6 at Cleveland 4-10
Detroit 4-9 at Milwaukee 9-5
Oakland 5-8 at Minnesota 7-6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 9-5 at Philadelphia 6-7
St Louis 7-6 at Montreal 7-5
Chicago 6-8 at New York 4-8
Cincinnati 8-6 at Atlanta 10-6
Houston 10-5 at San Francisco 5-9 (2)
San Diego 8-8 at Los Angeles 4-11

CALIFORNIA ANGELS 6-7 AT TEXAS RANGERS 7-7
MATCHUPS
SP Nolan Ryan vs Dick Bosman Advantage Angels
C John Stephenson vs Dick Billings Advantage Angels
1B Jim Spencer vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Sandy Alomar Sr vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Angels
3B Andy Kosko vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS Leo Cardenas vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Vada Pinson vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Ken Berry vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Angels
RF Leroy Stanton vs Ted Ford Advantage Push
Overall Texas has the slimmest of margins but Nolan Ryan could be the difference in the game.

The Angels would get the only hit in the first three innings.

After three: California 0 Texas 0.

An error would do significant damage in the fourth as the Angels would score two unearned runs.

The Rangers added on the errors in the sixth inning and the Angels added on the runs. Seven of them to be exact.

In the bottom of the sixth, the Rangers stranded the bases loaded.

After six: California 9 Texas 0.

At one point in the sixth and seventh innings, Nolan Ryan struck out four straight batters.

The shutout bid ended in the eighth when Kubiak scored on a wild pitch.

In the ninth, Ryan struck out Frank Howard to record his tenth K of the game. Howard struck out in all four of his plate appearances.

Final score: California 9 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Nolan Ryan 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 10 K, 1 for 3, RBI, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Kansas City 1 Game 1
Kansas City 7 Chicago 3 Game 2
Boston 2 New York 0
Cleveland 5 Baltimore 4 12 innings
Milwaukee 9 Detroit 1
Oakland 5 Minnesota 4 10 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 5 St Louis 4
New York 1 Chicago 0
Cincinnati 9 Atlanta 7
Houston 8 San Francisco 4 Game 1
Houston 7 San Francisco 5 11 innings Game 2
Los Angeles 6 San Diego 3
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bobby Bonds San Francisco Giants 6 for 8, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Norm Miller Houston Astros 3 for 5, HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

3. Jim Wynn Houston Astros 6 for 10, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

Also of note, Jerry Koosman of the Mets pitched a complete game shutout.




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Old 05-08-2017, 03:04 AM   #24
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APRIL 24, 1972

The finale of the four game series against the Angels.

The Angels Nolan Ryan was named AL Player of the Week.

Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves was named NL Player of the Week.

Cleveland's Buddy Bell has the best batting average among rookies, hitting .288.

The Rangers have fallen to 15th in the Weekly Power Rankings. The Houston Astros are at #1.

The only other game scheduled today is the Chicago Cubs 6-9 at Houston 12-5.

CALIFORNIA ANGELS 7-7 AT TEXAS RANGERS 7-8
MATCHUPS
SP Rudy May vs Pete Broberg Advantage Angels
C John Stephenson vs Dick Billings Advantage Push
1B Jim Spencer vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Sandy Alomar Sr vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Angels
3B Andy Kosko vs Dave Nelson Advantage Push
SS Leo Cardenas vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Vada Pinson vs Larry Biittner Advantage Angels
CF Ken Berry vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Angels
RF Leroy Stanton vs Ted Ford Advantage Angels
The matchups lean California's way this time.

In the first inning, the Angels got an unearned run. In the bottom of the first, the Rangers stranded runners at second and third.

After three: California 1 Texas 0.

The Rangers got a runner to third in the fifth but again failed to bring him home.

After six: California 1 Texas 0.

The Angels added two runs in the eighth inning and then loaded the bases in the ninth but did not score.

But they did not need to as the Rangers suffered their first ever shutout.

Final score : California 3 Texas 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Rudy May 8.2 IP 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
Houston 6 Chicago 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Rudy May California Angels 8.2 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, W

2. Pete Broberg Texas Rangers 8.0 IP, 9 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 7 K

3. Rick Reuschel Chicago Cubs 7.2 IP, 12 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 K

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APRIL 25, 1972
A short two-game home series against the Tigers as the Rangers try to right the ship after losing five of their last six.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 8-7 at Minnesota 7-7
Oakland 6-8 at New York 9-7
Cleveland 5-10 at Chicago 10-6
California 8-7 at Milwaukee 10-5
Baltimore 10-7 at Kansas City 8-9

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 7-7 at Atlanta 10-7
Cincinnati 9-6 at Pittsburgh 9-5
Chicago 6-10 at Houston 13-5
Montreal 8-5 at Los Angeles 5-11
New York 5-8 at San Diego 8-9
Philadelphia 6-7 at San Francisco 5-11

DETROIT TIGERS 4-10 AT TEXAS RANGERS 7-9
MATCHUPS
SP Joe H Coleman vs Rich Hand Advantage Detroit
C Bill Freehan vs Dick Billings Advantage Detroit
1B Norm Cash vs Frank Howard Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Detroit
3B Aurelio Rodrigeuz vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS John Gamble vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Willie Horton vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Mickey Stanley vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Push
RF Jim Northrup vs Larry Biittner Advantage Detroit

The Tigers come into the series with the worst record in all of baseball but the matchups heavily favor Detroit.

As Rangers games go, this one starts no different. Each team has one hit through the first three innings.

After three: Detroit 0 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Jeff Burroughs hits his team-leading third home run, this one coming with a runner on first. Burroughs also leads the team with nine RBI after this at-bat.The Rangers end up totaling five hits in the inning, but only get those two runs.

In the top of the sixth, Aurelio Rodrigeuz tied the game with a two-run shot. His first homer and first RBI of the season. That one at-bat sent Rich Hand's ERA from below 1.0 to above 2.0.

After six: Detroit 2 Texas 2.

The Tigers went down in order in the seventh. In the bottom of the seventh, the Rangers pinch hit for Hand, meaning they would go to the bullpen in the eighth. The Rangers would strand the go-ahead run at second.

The Tigers pinch hit for Coleman in the top of the eighth, ending their starting pitcher's day as well. The Tigers went down in order once again.

Dave Nelson would get a lead off walk in the bottom of the eighth but would be thrown out trying to steal second as the Rangers had an unorthodox 1-2-3 inning.

The Tigers stranded the bases loaded in the top of the ninth.

Vic Harris pinch hit to lead off the bottom of the ninth and drew a walk. But Biittner then hit into the 4-6-3. Kubiak then grounded out to end the inning.

After nine: Detroit 2 Texas 2,

Pina walked the first two batters in the top of the tenth and was replaced by Paul Lindblad. and he retired the next three to keep the game tied.

Tom Grieve then led off the bottom of the tenth. Only his second at-bat of the season. And he sent it out of the park and sent the fans home happy with his first hit of the season!

Final score: Texas 3 Detroit 2

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Rich Hand 7.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 9 Minnesota 8
New York 6 Oakland 4
Chicago 3 Cleveland 0
California 2 Milwaukee 1
Kansas City 5 Baltimore 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 8 St Louis 3
Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 2 11 innings
Houston 2 Chicago 1 11 innings
Montreal 5 Los Angeles 4 11 innings
New York 6 San Diego 3
Philadelphia 8 San Francisco 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Stan Bahnsen Chicago White Sox 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 K, W

2. Cesar Tovar Minnesota Twins 5 for 6, 2B, RBI, 3 R

3. Cleon Jones New York Mets 2 for 4, 3B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R
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APRIL 26, 1972

The second game between the Rangers and Tigers.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 6-9 at New York 10-7
California 9-7 at Milwaukee 10-6
Cleveland 5-11 at Chicago 11-6
Boston 9-7 at Minnesota 7-8
Baltimore 10-8 at Kansas City 9-9

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St Louis 7-8 at Atlanta 11-7
Cincinnati 9-7 at Pittsburgh 10-5
Philadelphia 7-7 at San Francisco 5-12
Chicago 6-11 at Houston 14-5
Montreal 9-5 at Los Angeles 5-12
New York 6-8 at San Diego 8-10

DETROIT TIGERS 4-11 AT TEXAS RANGERS 8-9
MATCHUPS
SP Mickey Lolich vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Detroit
C Bill Freehan vs Dick Billings Advantage Detroit
1B Norm Cash vs Frank Howard Advantage Detroit
2B Dick McAuliffe vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Detroit
3B Aurelio Rodriguez vs Dave Nelson Advantage Texas
SS John Gamble vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Willie Horton vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Mickey Stanley vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Push
RF Jim Northrup vs Ted Ford Advantage Detroit
Overall, the Tigers are favored again despite losing the first game.

Both teams strand a pair of runners in the first inning.

Detroit loaded the bases with nobody out in the top of the third and the Tigers cashed in with four runs.

The Rangers loaded the bases in the bottom of the third and Toby Harrah scored on a wild pitch.

After three: Detroit 4 Texas 1.

There was a 52 minute rain delay in the top of the fourth inning.

The Tigers loaded the bases with one out in the top of the sixth. An error and hit batter helped set that up. A second error led to a run being scored.

After six: Detroit 5 Texas 1.

Norm Cash hit a solo home run in the top of the seventh. And that would be the last pitch thrown by Gogolewski.

The Tigers added a run off Casey Cox in the top of the eighth.

Final score: Detroit 7 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mickey Lolich 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 9 St Louis 1
Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 1
San Francisco 6 Philadelphia 5
Houston 4 Chicago 3
Los Angeles 4 Montreal 1
New York 3 San Diego 0 11 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Clay Kirby San Diego Padres 10.0 IP. 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K

2. Tom Seaver New York Mets 10.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 11 K, W

3. Andy Messersmith California Angels 9
0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, W

OTHER NEWS
The Atlanta Braves placed CF Dusty Baker on the DL with a sprained ankle. He will miss 5-6 weeks.


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APRIL 27, 1972

An off day for the Rangers.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
Milwaukee 10-7
New York 10-8
Boston 9-8
Baltimore 10-9
Detroit 5-11
Cleveland 5-12

WEST
Chicago 12-6
California 10-7
Kansas City 10-9
Minnesota 8-8
Texas 8-10
Oakland 7-9

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Pittsburgh 11-5
Montreal 9-6
New York 7-8
Philadelphia 7-8
St Louis 7-9
Chicago 6-12

WEST
Houston 15-5
Atlanta 12-7
Cincinnati 9-8
San Diego 8-11
Los Angeles 6-12
San Francisco 6-12

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average Larry Bittner .320
Home Runs Jeff Burroughs 3
RBI Jeff Burroughs 9
ERA Don Stanhouse 1.21
Wins Pete Broberg 2
Strikeouts Pete Broberg and Bill Gogolewski 22

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 47 10th
Batting Average .194 12th
OBP .293 10th
Home Runs 8 t-8th
Stolen Bases 9 t-5th
Runs Against 63 7th
Starters ERA 2.38 3rd
Bullpen ERA 2.14 5th
Defensive Eff. .687 12th

TEXAS RANGERS INJURIES
2B Ted Kubiak DtD 2 days
2B Lenny Randle Out, 5 weeks, DL, 2 days left

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
None
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 9-8 at Pittsburgh 11-5
Philadelphia 7-8 at San Francisco 6-12
Montreal 9-6 at Los Angeles 6-12
New York 7-8 at San Diego 8-11

SCORES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 2 Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 4 Philadelphia 3
Los Angeles 3 Montreal 2
San Diego 2 New York 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Don Sutton Los Angeles Dodgers 9.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 9 K, W.

2. Ross Grimsley, Jr Cincinnati Reds 7.1 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W.

3. Bill Greif San Diego Padres 7.2 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, W

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APRIL 28, 1972
The Rangers end the month of April with a three game home series against the Boston Red Sox.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 8-8 at New York 10-8
California 10-7 at Baltimore 10-9
Chicago 12-6 at Detroit 5-11
Cleveland 5-12 at Kansas City 10-9
Oakland 7-9 at Milwaukee 10-7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 10-8 at Chicago 6-12
Atlanta 12-7 at Pittsburgh 11-6
St Louis 7-9 at Houston 15-5
New York 7-9 at Los Angeles 7-12
Philadelphia 7-9 at San Diego 9-11
Montreal 9-7 at San Francisco 7-12

BOSTON RED SOX 9-8 AT TEXAS RANGERS 8-10
MATCHUPS
SP John Curtis vs Dick Bosman Advantage Boston
C Carlton Fisk vs Dick Billings Advantage Boston
1B Danny Cater vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Doug Griffin vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Texas
3B Rico Petrocelli vs Dave Nelson Advantage Boston
SS Luis Aparicio vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Carl Yastrzemski vs Larry Biittner Advantage Boston
CF Tommy Harper vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Boston
RF Reggie Smith vs Ted Ford Advantage Boston
Boston's much stronger outfield makes the Red Sox the clear favorites.

Boston pounced with three runs on five hits in the top of the first. Meanwhile, the Rangers bats are the Rangers bats and could get just one hit in the first three innings.

After three: Boston 3 Texas 0.

Bosman settled down after that first inning, allowing just four hits over the next five innings. But he was getting no run support at all.

After six: Boston 3 Texas 0.

Boston pounced again in the eighth, adding another run thanks to an error and sending Bosman to the showers. Two more runs would score with Casey Cox on the mound but would be charged to Bosman.

Toby Harrah would finally put the Rangers on the board with an RBI double in the bottom of the eighth. Elliott Maddox would then score on an error. And Dick Billings would deliver an RBI single.

In the bottom of the ninth, Don Mincher came through with a pinch hit RBI single to make it 6-4. Dave Nelson then tied the game with a 2 RBI double.

And the game went to extra innings.

Boston went down in order in the top of the tenth.

In the bottom of the tenth, Texas stranded the winning run at second.

The Rangers turned a double play in the top of the eleventh to wipe out a leadoff walk.

Vic Harris came in to pinch hit and got a leadoff single in the bottom of the eleventh but was thrown out trying to steal second.

Texas got two hits in the bottom of the twelfth but could not come up with a run.

In the top of the thirteenth, pinch hitter Duane Josephson broke the tie with a solo home run off Mike Paul.

In the bottom of the thirteenth, the Rangers got a pair of two out singles and then pinch hitter Hal King walked to load the bases. Dave Nelson then grounded into an error and the game was tied again! It was Boston's fourth error of the game. Then, Frank Howard, who was 0-for-6, ended the game with an RBI single.

Final score: Texas 8 Boston 7 13 innings

PLAYER OF THE GAME
John Curtis 7.1 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 5 K

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 6 Chicago 5
Pittsburgh 8 Atlanta 4
St Louis 3 Houston 1
New York 13 Los Angeles 6 11 innings
Philadelphia 9 San Diego 4
San Francisco 7 Montreal 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants 2 for 3, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Bob Gibson St Louis Cardinals 8.1 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 10 K, W

3. Ed Hermann Chicago White Sox 3 for 5, HR, 4 RBI, R


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APRIL 29. 1972
The Rangers host the Red Sox for the second game of their three game series.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 13-6 vs Detroit 5-12
Minnesota 8-9 at New York 11-8
Oakland 7-10 at Milwaukee 11-7
Cleveland 5-13 at Kansas City 11-9
California 10-8 at Baltimore 11-9

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 12-8 at Pittsburgh 12-6
Cincinnati 11-8 at Chicago 6-13
Montreal 9-8 at San Francisco 8-12
St Louis 8-9 at Houston 15-6
New York 8-9 at Los Angeles 7-13
Philadelphia 8-9 at San Diego 9-12

BOSTON RED SOX 9-9 AT TEXAS RANGERS 9-10
MATCHUPS
SP Luis Tiant vs Pete Broberg Advantage Boston
C Carlton Fisk vs Dick Billings Advantage Boston
1B Danny Kater vs Don Mincher Advantage Texas
2B Doug Griffin vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Texas
3B Rico Petrocelli vs Dave Nelson Advantage Boston
SS Luis Aparicio vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Carl Yastrzemski vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Tommy Harper vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Boston
RF Reggie Smith vs Ted Ford Advantage Boston
Texas can get back to .500 with a win but the matchups again heavily favor Boston.

Both pitchers work themselves out of early trouble in the first inning and the Rangers strand a runner at third in the second.

Boston gets on the board in the top of the third. Texas gets the first two on in the bottom of the third but can't bring them home.

After three: Boston 1 Texas 0.

Both teams strand a pair in the fourth.

Jeff Burroughs ties the game with an RBI single in the fifth.

In the bottom of the sixth with a man on first, Ted Kubiak hit his first home run of the season.

After six: Texas 3 Boston 1.

Broberg retired Boston in order in the seventh and eighth innings.

In the top of the ninth, singles by Fisk and Yastrzemski gave Boston runners at the corners and nobody out. Broberg got Petrocelli to ground into a double play, allowing one run in exchange for two outs. Pinch hitter Rick Miller walked to put the tying run back on base but Broberg got Aparicio to fly out to right to end the game.

Final score: Texas 3 Boston 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Pete Broberg 9.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 K.

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

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

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

2. Jim Barr San Francisco Giants 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, W

3. Dave A. Roberts Houston Astros 8.2 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 K, W

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APRIL 30, 1972
The final in this home series against the Red Sox.

The San Francisco Giants placed 40 year old CF Willie Mays on the DL with a partially torn labrum. He is expected to miss 4 months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 8- 10 st New York 12-8 (2)
Chicago 13-7 at Detroit 6-12
Cleveland 5-14 at Kansas City 12-9 (2)
California 11-8 at Baltimore 11-10
Oakland 7-11 at Milwaukee 12-7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 12-9 at Pittsburgh 13-6
St Louis 8-10 at Houston 16-6
Cincinnati 12-8 at Chicago 6-14
Philadelphia 9-9 at San Diego 9-13 (2)
Montreal 9-9 at San Francisco 9-12 (2)
New York 8-10 at Los Angeles 8-13

BOSTON RED SOX 9-10 AT TEXAS RANGERS 10-10
MATCHUPS
SP Marty Pattin vs Don Stanhouse Advantage Boston
C Carlton Fisk vs Dick Billings Advantage Boston
1B Danny Cater vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B Doug Griffin vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Texas
3B Rico Petrocelli vs Dave Nelson Advantage Boston
SS Luis Aparicio vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Carl Yastrzemski vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
CF Tommy Harper vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Boston
RF Reggie Smith vs Ted Ford Advantage Boston
Can the Rangers get the sweep ? The matchups say no but the Rangers have overcome the matchups twice already.

Boston got an unearned run in the top of the first. Meanwhile, the Texas bats return to mush as the Rangers cannot produce a single base runner in the first three innings.

After one: Boston 1 Texas 0.

That changes in the fourth as the Rangers put together several hits in a row and tie the game on an RBI single by Jeff Burroughs.

An error and a bases loaded walk allows Boston to retake the lead in the top of the sixth.

After six: Boston 2 Texas 1.

The final three innings went by quietly as the Rangers could not get the tying run even to second base.

Final score: Boston 2 Texas 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Marty Pattin 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 3 K.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 3 Minnesota 0 Game 1
New York 3 Minnesota 3 13 innings Game 2
Chicago 3 Detroit 1
Kansas City 3 Cleveland 2 Game 1
Cleveland 7 Kansas City 0 Game 2
Baltimore 5 California 2
Milwaukee 1 Oakland 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 7 Pittsburgh 4
Houston 6 St Louis 5
Chicago 11 Cincinnati 2
San Diego 6 Philadelphia 4 Game 1
San Diego 3 Philadelphia 2 11 innings Game 2
San Francisco 3 Montreal 2 Game 1
San Francisco 6 Montreal 2 Game 2
New York 1 Los Angeles 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jim L. Hickman Chicago Cubs 2 for 3, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

2. Jim Lonborg Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 4 K, W

3. Doc Medich New York Yankees 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 10 K, W

Also of note: Mets SP Jon Matlack and Indians SP Steve Dunning each pitched a complete game shutout.


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MAY 1, 1972
The Rangers have a day off.

AL Player of the Week: Stan Bahnsen SP Chicago White Sox

NL Player of the Week: Jon Matlack SP New York Mets

AL Top Hitter April 1972: Dick Allen 1B Chicago White Sox

NL Top Hitter April 1972: Tony Perez 1B Cincinnati Reds

AL Top Pitcher April 1972: Stan Bahnsen SP Chicago White Sox

NL Top Pitcher April 1972: Fred Norman SP San Diego Padres

AL Top Rookie April 1972: Buddy Bell RF Cleveland Indians

NL Top Rookie April 1972: Dave W. Roberts 2B San Diego Padres

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

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
Milwaukee 13-7
New York 14-8
Baltimore 12-10
Boston 10-10
Detroit 6-13
Cleveland 6-15

WEST
Chicago 14-7
Kansas City 13-10
California 11-9
Texas 10-11
Minnesota 8-12
Oakland 7-12

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Pittsburgh 13-7
New York 9-10
Montreal 9-11
Philadelphia 9-11
St Louis 8-11
Chicago 7-14

WEST
Houston 17-6
Atlanta 13-9
Cincinnati 12-9
San Francisco 11-12
San Diego 11-13
Los Angeles 8-14

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average Elliott Maddox .263
Home Runs Jeff Burroughs 3
RBI Jeff Burroughs 11
ERA Don Stanhouse 0.92
Wins Pete Broberg 3
Strikeouts Pete Broberg 26

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 59 9th
Batting Average .202 12th
OBP .295 9th
Home Runs 9 9th
Stolen Bases 11 t-4th
Runs Against 74 7th
Starters ERA 2.43 2nd
Bullpen ERA 1.96 4th
Defensive Eff. .687 12th

INJURIES
2B Lenny Randle Out 4-5 weeks, DL, 0 days left

SCHEDULED GAMES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
None

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 17-6 at Pittsburgh 13-7
New York 9-10 at San Francisco 11-12
Philadelphia 9-11 at Los Angeles 8-14

SCORES
Houston 4 Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 5 New York 3
Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Larry Derker Houston Astros 9.0 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, W

2. Dock Ellis Pittsburgh Pirates 9.0 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 5 BB, 8 K

3. Tommy John Los Angeles Dodgers 7.0 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

The Pirates placed 31 year old RP Ramon Hernandez on the DL be cause of biceps tendonitis. He is expected to miss 3-4 months.

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MAY 2, 1972
The Rangers start a two game series at home against the Cleveland Indians.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 14-7 at Baltimore 12-10
Oakland 7-12 at Boston 10-10
California 11-9 at New York 14-8
Kansas City 13-10 at Detroit 6-13
Minnesota 8-12 at Milwaukee 13-7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 13-9 at Chicago 7-14
Houston 18-6 at Pittsburgh 13-8
Cincinnati 12-9 at St Louis 8-11
Philadelphia 9-12 at Los Angeles 9-14
Montreal 9-11 at San Diego 11-13
New York 9-11 at San Francisco 12-12

CLEVELAND INDIANS 6-15 AT TEXAS RANGERS 10-11
MATCHUPS
SP Milt Wilcox vs Bill Gogolewski Advantage Texas
C Ray Fosse vs Dick Billings Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
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 Tommy McCraw vs Larry Bittner Advantage Cleveland
CF Del Unser vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Push
RF Buddy Bell vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
The Indians come in as the worst team in baseball but come in with the matchup advantage overall.

The Indians scored first with a run in the top of the third. In the bottom of the third, Toby Harrah tied it with an RBI single and Jeff Burroughs did the same to give the Rangers the lead.

After three: Texas 2 Cleveland 1.

Gogolewski got out of a jam in the fourth as the Indians stranded runners at second and third. In the bottom of the fourth, Gogolewski grounded into a fielder's choice that brought home a run and then scored himself on an RBI double by Elliott Maddox.

In the bottom of the fifth, Dick Billings got an RBI single to increase the Texas lead.

After six: Texas 5 Cleveland 1.

The Rangers went to the bullpen in the seventh and the Indians got a run off Casey Cox in the eighth. Horacio Pina then set the Indians down in order in the ninth to get the save.

Final score: Texas 5 Cleveland 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Bill Gogolewski 6.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 0 for 1, RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2 Chicago 1
Oakland 5 Boston 3
New York 5 California 4
Detroit 2 Kansas City 0
Milwaukee 8 Minnesota 5

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 9 K, W

2. Jerry Reuss 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

3. Phil Niekro Atlanta Braves 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 5 K, W

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MAY 3, 1972
The second of the two games against the Indians.

The Baltimore Orioles place 29 year old 2B Davey Johnson on the DL because of a fractured thumb. He is expected to miss six weeks.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 11-10 at New York 15-8
Chicago 14-8 at Baltimore 13-10
Oakland 8-12 at Boston 10-11
Kansas City 13-11 at Detroit 7-13
Minnesota 8-13 at Milwaukee 14-7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 14-9 at Chicago 7-15
Houston 19-6 at Pittsburgh 13-9
Montreal 10-11 at San Diego 11-14
New York 9-12 at San Francisco 13-12
Cincinnati 13-9 at St Louis 8-12
Philadelphia 10-12 at Los Angeles 9-15

CLEVELAND INDIANS 6-16 AT TEXAS RANGERS 11-11
MATCHUPS
SP Gaylord Perry vs Dick Bosman Advantage Cleveland
C Ray Fosse vs Dick Billings Advantage Cleveland
1B Chris Chambliss vs Frank Howard Advantage Texas
2B John Lowenstein vs Ted Kubiak Advantage Cleveland
3B Graig Nettles vs Dave Nelson Advantage Cleveland
SS Frank Duffy vs Toby Harrah Advantage Texas
LF Tommy McCraw vs Larry Bittner Advantage Cleveland
CF Del Unser vs Elliott Maddox Advantage Push
RF Buddy Bell vs Jeff Burroughs Advantage Texas
Gaylord Perry gives Cleveland an even bigger matchup advantage that the Indians had in game one but Texas already overcame the odds once in this series.

The first two Rangers get on in the bottom of the second but they are unable to score.

After three: Cleveland 0 Texas 0.

The Indians get a lead off double in the top of the fourth but can't advance the runner and the load the bases in the top of the fifth and yet still find themselves with a goose egg on the scoreboard. The Indians would strand a runner at second in the sixth as well.

Meanwhile, through six innings, the Rangers have just one base hit.

After six: Cleveland 0 Texas 0.

A throwing error by Cleveland in the bottom of the seventh gives the Rangers a base runner at third with two out. Dick Billings then drew a walk as did pinch hitter Don Mincher to load the bases. But Kubiak struck out and the game was still scoreless.

Repeat the process in the bottom of the eighth as an error gets a runner to third, but this time with just one out. Toby Harrah grounds out with being able to bring the runner home. And then Dave Nelson strikes out and the go-ahead run is stranded at third for the second straight inning.

It's still scoreless in the bottom of the ninth. Jeff Burroughs leads off with a single. Frank Howard moves him to second with a single. Vic Harris pinch hits and grounds into the 6-4 but beats out the throw to prevent the double play. Runners at the corners and one out. Tom Grieve then ends the game with an RBI double!

Final score: Texas 1 Cleveland 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Dick Bosman 9.0 IP, 9 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 2 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
California 5 New York 0
Baltimore 2 Chicago 1
Boston 15 Oakland 1
Kansas City 11 Detroit 3
Minnesota 11 Milwaukee 3

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

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

2. Bill Stoneman Montreal Expos 9.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, W

3. Reggie Smith Boston Red Sox 2 for 3, 2 RBI, 4 R, 2 BB
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MAY 4, 1972

The Rangers have a day off.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
Milwaukee 14-8
New York 15-9
Baltimore 14-10
Boston 11-11
Detroit 7-14
Cleveland 6-17

WEST
Chicago 14-9
Kansas City 14-11
California 12-10
Texas 12-11
Minnesota 9-13
Oakland 8-13

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Pittsburgh 14-9
Montreal 11-11
Philadelphia 10-13
St Louis 9-12
New York 9-13
Chicago 7-16

WEST
Houston 19-7
Atlanta 15-9
Cincinnati 13-10
San Francisco 14-12
San Diego 11-15
Los Angeles 10-15

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average Elliott Maddox .253
Home Runs Jeff Burroughs 3
RBI Jeff Burroughs 12
ERA Don Stanhouse 0.92
Wins Pete Broberg 3
Strikeouts Dick Bosman and Bill Gogolewski 27

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 65 9th
Batting Average .205 12th
OBP .299 9th
Home Runs 9 10th
Stolen Bases 14 t-3rd
Runs Against 76 6th
Starters ERA 2.27 2nd
Bullpen ERA 2.03 4th
Defensive Eff .690 12th

INJURIES
2B Lenny Randle Out, 4 weeks, DL, 0 days left

GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
None
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 16-9 at Chicago 7-16
Cincinnati 13-10 at St Louis 9-12

SCORES
Chicago 2 Atlanta 0
Cincinnati 3 St Louis 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Rick Reuschel Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, W

2. Ron Reed Atlanta Braves 8.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 3 K

3. Ross Grimsley Jr. Cincinnati Reds 8
0 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K, W

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MAY 5, 1972
The Rangers travel to Detroit for a three game series to begin a twelve game road trip.

The Dodgers placed 36 year old RF Frank Robinson on the DL because of a herniated disc. He is expected to miss three weeks.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 14-9 at Cleveland 6-17
Kansas City 14-11 at Baltimore 14-10
Minnesota 9-13 at Boston 11-11
Milwaukee 14-8 at California 12-10
New York 15-9 at Oakland 8-13

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 19-7 at Chicago 8-16
San Francisco 14-12 at Philadelphia 10-13
Los Angeles 10-15 at Montreal 11-11
San Diego 11-15 at New York 9-13
Pittsburgh 14-9 at Cincinnati 14-10
Atlanta 15-10 at St Louis 9-13

TEXAS RANGERS 12-11 AT DETROIT TIGERS 7-14
MATCHUPS
SP Pete Broberg vs Joe H Coleman Advantage Detroit
C Dick Billings vs Bill Freehan Advantage Detroit
1B Frank Howard vs Norm Cash Advantage Detroit
2B Ted Kubiak vs Dick McAuliffe Advantage Detroit
3B Dave Nelson vs Aurelio Rodriguez Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs John Gamble Advantage Texas
LF Larry Biittner vs Willie Horton Advantage Detroit
CF Elliott Maddox vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Push
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Al Kaline Advantage Detroit
On paper, this is a huge mismatch in favor of Detroit.

The Tigers scratched out a run in the first inning.

The Rangers could not even get a base runner in the first three innings.

After three: Detroit 1 Texas 0.

In the top of the fourth, Jeff Burroughs tied the game with an RBI double.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Tigers loaded the bases with nobody out and plated two of them.

In the bottom of the fifth, Broberg got his 30th strikeout of the season, getting Norm Cash to whiff at a sinker.

After six: Detroit 3 Texas 1.

In the top of the seventh, Frank Howard tied the game with his second home run of the season, a two-run shot. But, in the bottom of the seventh, Al Kaline hit a solo home run to give Detroit the lead back. Norm Cash added a two-run shot, his seventh home run of the season.

Final score: Detroit 6 Texas 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Joe H Coleman 7.0 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

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

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Rudy May California Angels 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, W

2. Stan Bahnsen Chicago White Sox 9.0 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, W

3. Ron Bryant San Francisco Giants 9.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W



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MAY 6, 1972
The second game of the three game series in Detroit.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 10-13 at Boston 11-12
Chicago 15-9 at Cleveland 6-18
Kansas City 14-12 at Baltimore 15-10
New York 16-9 at Oakland 8-14
Milwaukee 14-9 at California 13-10

NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Diego 12-15 at New York 9-14
Houston 19-7 at Chicago 8-16 (2)
San Francisco 15-12 at Philadelphia 10-14
Pittsburgh 14-10 at Cincinnati 15-10
Los Angeles 11-15 at Montreal 11-12
Atlanta 16-10 at St Louis 9-14

TEXAS RANGERS 12-12 AT DETROIT TIGERS 8-14
MATCHUPS
SP Don Stanhouse vs Tom Timmerman Advantage Push
C Dick Billings vs Bill Freehan Advantage Detroit
1B Frank Howard vs Norm Cash Advantage Detroit
2B Ted Kubiak vs Dick McAuliffe Advantage Detroit
3B Dave Nelson vs Aurelio Rodriguez Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs John Gamble Advantage Texas
LF Larry Biittner vs Willie Horton Advantage Detroit
CF Elliott Maddox vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Push
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Jim Northrup Advantage Texas
Seems redundant to mention that the matchups are, once again, not in the Rangers favor.

The Rangers offense has been so bad that, despite having a 0.92 ERA, Stanhouse has a record of 0-3.

Two walks and an error allow the Tigers to load the bases in the bottom of the first. Two more walks force in a pair of runs and a third scored on a sacrifice fly. The Tigers get three runs without a hit in the first inning.

Timmerman is as bad as Stanhouse in the second as he walks the first two batters he faces. But the Rangers strand them at the corners without getting a run.

Willie Horton hit a two run shot in the bottom of the second.

Stanhouse leads off the top of the third with a double. Maddox singled to move him to third and Harrah brings him home with a sacrifice fly. Nelson follows with a single and then the Rangers pull off a double steal. Burroughs then brings Maddox home with a sacrifice fly.

The Rangers threw a man out at home to end the third inning.

After three: Detroit 5 Texas 2.

The Rangers got runners on the corners with one out in the top of the fourth but could not score. They also failed to score in the fifth after putting a man on third with one out.

After six: Detroit 5 Texas 2.

Mike Paul came on to pitch the seventh for the Rangers and the Tigers added a run to their lead. Then, in the bottom of the eighth, Willie Horton added a three run homer, his second home run of the game.

Final score: Detroit 9 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Willie Horton 2 for 3, 2 HR, 2 BB, 3 R, 5 RBI

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

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Willie Horton Detroit Tigers 2 for 3, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

2. Carlos May, Chicago White Sox, 4 for 5, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

3. Jim Bibby, St Louis Cardinals 10.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 5 BB, 6 K

Other notable performances: Oakland's Ken Holtzman and Tommy John of the Dodgers each pitched a complete game shutout.

Cleveland skipper Ken Aspromonte ripped the media during a live radio interview, claiming they have "no integrity " after an article accused Graig Nettles of numerous extracurricular indiscretions.

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MAY 7, 1972
The Rangers try to avoid the sweep in the series finale in Detroit.

Trade rumors have begun involving 33 year old Minnesota RF Tony Oliva.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 15-12 at Baltimore 15-11
Minnesota 10-14 at Boston 12-12
Chicago 16-9 at Cleveland 6-19
Milwaukee 15-9 at California 13-11
New York 16-10 at Oakland 9-14

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 12-15 at Montreal 11-13
San Diego 13-15 at New York 9-15
San Francisco 15-13 at Philadelphia 11-14
Pittsburgh 15-10 at Cincinnati 15-11
Houston 19-9 at Chicago 10-16
Atlanta 17-10 at St Louis 9-15

TEXAS RANGERS 12-13 AT DETROIT TIGERS 9-14
MATCHUPS
SP Bill Gogolewski vs Mickey Lolich Advantage Detroit
C Dick Billings vs Bill Freehan Advantage Detroit
1B Frank Howard vs Norm Cash Advantage Detroit
2B Ted Kubiak vs Dick McAuliffe Advantage Detroit
3B Dave Nelson vs Aurelio Rodriguez Advantage Texas
SS Toby Harrah vs John Gamble Advantage Texas
LF Larry Biittner vs Willie Horton Advantage Detroit
CF Elliott Maddox vs Mickey Stanley Advantage Push
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Jim Northrup Advantage Texas
The Tigers have made the most of their advantages, having beaten Texas three out of four so far this season.

Mickey Lolich comes into the game second in the AL in wins and strikeouts and third in the league in innings pitched .

A walk and single begin the game and Texas has runners at the corners and nobody out in the top of the first. Dave Nelson leads the league in stolen bases but is hitting .188 and he lines out here. Jeff Burroughs then strikes out and there is two down. Frank Howard then flew out, illustrating the woes of the Rangers offense in 1972.

Burroughs comes to bat in the top of the third with runners at first and second and two out and he grounds out to second base.

The Tigers get back-to-back doubles in the bottom of the third for their first hits of the game and take the lead.

After three: Detroit 1 Texas 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Norm Cash hits his eighth home run of the season, a solo shot measured at 362 feet.

The top of the order comes up for Texas in the fifth with Kubiak at second and one out. Maddox lines right back to the pitcher for the second out. Harrah comes to bat and Kubiak advances to third on a wild pitch. Harrah then brings him home with a base hit that cuts the lead in half.

A throwing error by Detroit's third baseman gives Texas runners at second and third with one out in the top of the sixth. Larry Biittner grounds out to second without bringing a run home and there is two away. Kubiak is intentionally walked to load the bases for Gogolewski and the Rangers pitcher grounds out to first as another scoring threat comes up empty handed.

After six: Detroit 2 Texas 1.

The Rangers get a pair of singles to lead off the top of the eighth. Don Mincher pinch hits for Biittner and promptly strikes out. Kubiak grounds into a fielder's choice that puts runners at the corners and two out. Vic Harris came in to pinch hit for Gogolewski and slapped one into center field to tie the game. Maddox then struck out to retire the side.

Horacio Pina comes in the pitch and the Tigers quickly get the lead back with a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth.

The Rangers get a walk and a single in the top of the ninth. Frank Howard comes to bat with runners at first and second and one out. Howard rolls a single into center field but Nelson is thrown out at home after trying to score from second base. Dick Billings then strikes out to end the game.

Final score: Detroit 4 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Mickey Lolich 8.0 IP, 2 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 7 K

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 5 Los Angeles 4
New York 6 San Diego 3
Philadelphia 5 San Francisco 4 14 innings
Cincinnati 6 Pittsburgh 3
Chicago 7 Houston 2
St Louis 3 Atlanta 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Leo Cardenas California Angels 4 for 4, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

2. Milt Wilcox Cleveland Indians 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, W

3. Danny Cater Boston Red Sox 4 for 4, 2B, 3 R, BB


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MAY 8, 1972
The Texas Rangers have the day off.

AL Player of the Week: SP Mickey Lolich Detroit Tigers

NL Player of the Week: 3B Steve Garvey Los Angeles Dodgers

Three rookie SP have pitched a shutout in 1972: Doc Medich (NYY), Rick Reuschel (CHC) and Gary Ryerson (Milwaukee)

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

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
New York 17-10
Milwaukee 15-10
Baltimore 15-12
Boston 13-12
Detroit 10-14
Cleveland 7-19

WEST
Chicago 16-10
Kansas City 16-12
California 14-11
Texas 12-14
Minnesota 10-15
Oakland 9-15

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Pittsburgh 15-11
Montreal 12-13
Philadelphia 12-14
Chicago 11-16
New York 10-15
St Louis 10-15

WEST
Houston 19-10
Atlanta 17-11
Cincinnati 16-11
San Francisco 15-14
San Diego 13-16
Los Angeles 12-16

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM LEADERS
Batting Average Elliott Maddox .242
Home Runs Jeff Burroughs 3
RBI Jeff Burroughs 14
ERA Don Stanhouse 1.78
Wins Pete Broberg 3
Strikeouts Pete Broberg 31

TEXAS RANGERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs Scored 72 t-9th
Batting Average .206 12th
OBP .298 7th
Home Runs 10 10th
Stolen Bases 17 3rd
Runs Against 95 8th
Starters ERA 2.51 4th
Bullpen ERA 2.98 7th
Defensive Eff .689 12th

INJURIES
2B Lenny Randle Out, 3-4 weeks, DL, 0 days left

SCHEDULED GAME
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 17-10 at Minnesota 10-15

SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 5 New York 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1 Bobby Darwin Minnesota Twins 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

2. Fritz Peterson New York Yankees 8.0 IP, 10 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K

3. Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins 9.0 IP, 9 H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 4 K, W

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The 12 game road trip continues in Baltimore as the Rangers will play the next night straight days on the road.

California Angels 1B Jim Spencer is expected to miss another week of action due to a concussion.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 16-12 at Cleveland 7-19
Milwaukee 15-10 at Oakland 9-15 (2)
Detroit 10-14 at Chicago 16-10
New York 17-11 at Minnesota 11-15
Boston 13-12 at California 14-11

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Los Angeles 12-16 at New York 10-15
San Diego 13-16 at Philadelphia 12-14
Chicago 11-16 at Cincinnati 16-11
San Francisco 15-14 at Montreal 12-13
Pittsburgh 15-11 at Atlanta 17-11
Houston 19-10 at St Louis 10-15

TEXAS RANGERS 12-14 AT BALTIMORE ORIOLES 15-12
The game was called due to bad weather. It will be made up on the 10th as part of a double header.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 5 Cleveland 3 10 innings
Oakland 5 Milwaukee 0 Game 1
Oakland 3 Milwaukee 2 Game 2
Detroit 5 Chicago 2
Boston 8 California 4
Minnesota 2 New York 0

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

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Vida Blue Oakland Athletics 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 11 K, W

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

3. Mike Jorgensen Montreal Expos 3 for 4, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R

Detroit Tigers 2B Dick McAuliffe will miss two weeks after cutting himself while cleaning up glass at his home.

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Due to yesterday's rain out, the Rangers will play a double header against the Orioles in Baltimore today.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 17-12 at Cleveland 7-20
Detroit 11-14 at Chicago 16-11
Boston 14-12 at California 14-12
New York 17-12 at Minnesota 12-15
Milwaukee 15-12 at Oakland 11-15

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 12-16 at Cincinnati 16-12
San Francisco 16-14 at Montreal 12-14
Los Angeles 12-17 at New York 11-15
San Diego 13-17 at Philadelphia 13-14
Pittsburgh 16-11 at Atlanta 17-12
Houston 20-10 at St Louis 10-16

TEXAS RANGERS 12-14 AT BALTIMORE ORIOLES 15-12 GAME ONE
MATCHUPS
SP Pete Broberg vs Jim Palmer Advantage Baltimore
C Dick Billings vs Andy Etchebarren Advantage Baltimore
1B Don Mincher vs Boog Powell Advantage Baltimore
2B Ted Kubiak vs Bobby Grich Advantage Baltimore
3B Dave Nelson vs Brooks Robinson Advantage Baltimore
SS Toby Harrah vs Mark Belanger Advantage Push
LF Larry Biittner vs Don Baylor Advantage Baltimore
CF Elliott Maddox vs Paul Blair Advantage Baltimore
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Merv Rettenmund Advantage Push
This biggest mismatch so far the Rangers have faced this season.

Broberg allows back to back walks with two out in the bottom of the first and Brooks Robinson makes him pay with an RBI single, although Billings thought he had tagged Boog Powell out at the plate.

Toby Harrah had a one out double in the top of the second. Mincher then struck out and Kubiak grounded out to strand Harrah.

Broberg walked the first four batters he faced in the bottom of the third and the Orioles turned that into a pair of runs.

After three: Baltimore 3 Texas 0.

In the top of the fourth, Dave Nelson swiped his league-leading 10th stolen base. A couple batters later and Toby Harrah smacked a two run triple. Mincher then tied the game with a sac fly.

The Rangers loaded the bases with two out in the top of the fifth but Dick Billings grounded to short to retire the side.

Toby Harrah led off the top of the sixth with a single, meaning he was a home run away from hitting for the cycle. Later in the inning, the Rangers were on second and third with two outs but Maddox lined out to right to retire the side.

After six: Texas 3 Baltimore 3.

Toby Harrah would not get the chance to hit for the cycle. With runners at first and second and two out, Ted Williams sent Frank Howard in to pinch hit for Harrah in the top of the seventh. The questionable decision paid off, however, as Howard delivered an RBI single to put Texas in the lead.

Heading into the bottom of the seventh, the Rangers had out-hit the Orioles 11-3. But, Broberg was struggling to find the strike zone and would walk Don Baylor in the seventh to issue his eighth BB of the game, tying an AL record.

The Rangers would strand a runner at third in the top of the eighth.

Horacio Pina would come on to pitch in the bottom of the eighth. And he would come one out short of getting the save.

With a runner on first and two out in the bottom of the ninth, Don Baylor came to bat. The first pitch was a 91 mph fastball low on the outside corner.

Baylor sent that pitch 416 feet into left center.

Final score: Baltimore 5 Texas 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Toby Harrah 3 for 3, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, R

TEXAS RANGERS 12-15 AT BALTIMORE ORIOLES 16-12 GAME TWO
MATCHUPS
SP Dick Bosman vs Mike Cuellar Advantage Baltimore
C Hal King vs Elrod Hendricks Advantage Push
1B Frank Howard vs Boog Powell Advantage Baltimore
2B Ted Kubiak vs Bobby Grich Advantage Baltimore
3B Dave Nelson vs Brooks Robinson Advantage Baltimore
SS Toby Harrah vs Mark Belanger Advantage Push
LF Larry Biittner vs Don Baylor Advantage Baltimore
CF Elliott Maddox vs Paul Blair Advantage Baltimore
RF Jeff Burroughs vs Merv Rettenmund Advantage Push
Even the Rangers best players can do no more than try to equal Baltimore's weaknesses.

The Rangers kill themselves in the first inning. Bosman boots what would have been a third out ground ball and the very next batter, Bobby Grich, makes him pay with a two run blast, Grich's first home run of the season.

Boog Powell hit a two run shot of his own in the bottom of the third.

After three: Baltimore 4 Texas 0.

Kubiak put Texas on the board in the top of the fourth with an RBI single. And Burroughs added an RBI on s sac fly in the top of the fifth.

In the bottom of the sixth, Grich hit his second home run of the game, a solo shot to left.

After six: Baltimore 5 Texas 2.

The Orioles added an RBI double by Rettenmund and a two run homer by Powell in the seventh. Like Grich, Powell had two home runs in the game.

The Orioles piled on a run in the eighth thanks to the Rangers second error of the game. Pinch hitter Al Bumbry got his first RBI of the season when he doubled home Mark Belanger.

In the top of the ninth, Vic Harris came up with a pinch hit RBI double and Burroughs delivered an RBI single.

Final score: Baltimore 9 Texas 4.

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

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 6 Chicago 2
San Francisco 3 Montreal 0
Los Angeles 7 New York 0
San Diego 2 Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 6 Atlanta 3
St Louis 8 Houston 7

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Boog Powell Baltimore Orioles 3 for 6, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 5 R, 2 BB

2. Toby Harrah Texas Rangers 4 for 6, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

3. Bobby Grich Baltimore Orioles 3 for 6, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

Also of note: SPs Bill Singer of the Dodgers, Ron Bryant San Francisco Giants and Jim Kaat of the Twins pitched complete game shutouts.

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