NY 4, ATL 1 W-Koosman 4-2 L-Jarvis 5-3 HR-Carty(7)
CIN 5, PHI 1 W-Maloney 6-2 L-J.Johnson 2-7 HR-Callison(6) Rose(12)
MON 4, HOU 1 W-Grant 4-5 L-Dierker 3-4 HR-Staub(7)
CHI 3, LA 0 W-Abernathy 2-5 L-Sutton 5-3 S-Aguirre(1) HR-Santo(7)
SD 6, PIT 5 (14inns) W-Podres 1-1 L-Moose 1-4 HR-Clemente(4) Colbert(4) Gaston GW 2b.
STL 2, SF 0 W-Briles 4-1 L-Perry 7-2 Briles 1-hitter.
|Hitting hero or 70s wardrobe malfunction?|
|"I shall fear no spitball!"|
|Our Savior, playing close to the line in right.|
Finally, Pete Rose continues to make a mockery of National League pitching, batting an astonishing .430 so far. he homered yet again on Wednesday and scored three more runs, giving him 50, putting him on pace for 200 (!) which would smash the all-time record set when dinosaurs roamed the earth, by Sliding Billy Hamilton of the Phillies. The Phils could use him now. I am feeling kinda bad for these Quakers, for whom nothing seems to go right. They have lost 23 of their last 31, and even the return of Rich Allen has not helped, as he has gone 2-for-15 since coming back, though he does have a homer. Meanwhile, Cookie "Lend Me Your Comb" Rojas, who hit .037 in April, is over .300 in May!
|Would you know who he was, without the All-Time All-Star set?|