ATL 4, CHI 3 (14inns) W-Doyle 3-1 L-Aguirre 1-2 HR-Hickman(8) Cepeda 2-out walk-off double in 14th.
STL 5, CIN 4 (11inns) W-Hoerner 5-4 L-Carroll 2-3 HR-Tolan(7) May(12)
HOU 6, PIT 0 W-Dierker 5-5 L-Ellis 3-7 HR-Menke(4)
LA 13, PHI 2 W-Sutton 8-3 L-J.Johnson 2-9 HR-Haller(6) Haller 6 rbi.
SD 5, MON 1 W-J.Niekro 4-3 L-Stoneman 2-6 HR-Staub(12)
NY 7, SF 3 (15inns) W-Koonce 1-0 L-Kline 0-1 HR-Collins(1)
|"Why play at all?" Banks wrestles with an existential crisis.|
|Dal Maxvill believes.|
San Diego won their third straight, besting a down-hearted Expo squad who just saw their brain trust deal Wills and Mota for Adolpho Phillips (.104) and an injured Ron Fairly. "Let the losses begin," said an unnamed Expo. League HR leader Donn Clendenon hasn't hit one in June, and has driven in just one run while hitting around the Mendoza Line for the month. Could he be next to go?
|The hateful Mister Gutierrez. Trade him to Detroit. Trade him to Antarctica. See if I care.|
|My hero! Er, I mean, Kevin Collins of the Mets.|
|He was never really there. Beware of treacherous women! ;-)|
|Ron Kline models his old Tiger uniform, unlaundered since 1963.|