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Thursday, April 16, 1987
Brewers' Ditcher fires gem
BALTIMORE Juan Nieves had a
"mediocre fastball and awful slider"
but they, were good enough for the first
no-hitter in Milwaukee Brewers history.
The 7-0 victory over the Baltimore
Orioles was capped by a diving catch by
Robin Yount on a line drive to right
center field by Eddie Murray.
"I didn't really think about the no
hitter until the last out, when all of my
teammates started tackling me," the
22-year-old left-hander, who struck out
seven and walked five, said. "It still
hasn't sunk in. It might after a few
more bottles of champagne."
There would be no celebrating with
out Yount, who ran about 15 yards and
then dove to his left to preserve the
"I didn't have time to think," Yount
said. "I wasn't going to do anything but
catch it. You don't think about it, you
just react. I'm just happy we accomp
lished a no-hitter."
Nieves' pitching gem came in inter
mittent drizzle and was the first against
the Orioles since Nolan Ryan, then with
California, threw one on June 1, 1975.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Kevin Seitzer,
whose hot rookie start has been over
shadowed by Bo Jackson; drove in two
runs Wednesday night to support Bret
Saberhagen's six-hitter as the Kansas
City Royals edged the Detroit Tigers
Angel Salazar led off the Kansas City
eighth with his second double off Walt
Terrell, 1-1, and went to third on an
infield out. Seitzer then doubled in
Salazar and gave the Royals a two-game
sweep of the Tigers.
Saberhagen, the 1985 Cy Young Award
winner who slumped to 7-12 last year,
raised his record to 2-0. He struck out
two and had no walks. Bud Black
pitched the ninth for his first save.
Louisville 2, Omaha 1
John Murphy's sacrifice fly with one
out in the tenth inning scored Skeeter
Barnes with the winning run as Louis
ville won at home.
Barnes led off the tenth inning with
a double off losing pitcher John Davis,
0-1, the fourth of five Omaha pitchers.
Duane Walker was walked intention
ally and Jack Ayer sacrificed them to
third and second, respectively.
Louisville's John Morris was then
walked intentionally to load the bases
before Murphy's fly ball to deep right
field scored Barnes.
Omaha, 1-4, took a 1-0 lead in the top
of the first inning when Bill Pacota
went to second base on Louisville
shortstop Ivan DeJesus' error in shal
low left field. Pacota advanced to third
on a ground out and scored on Scottie
Louisville starter Joe Magrane pitched
nine innings, allowing three hits, no
walks and striking out seven, before
giving way to Greg Barger, 1-0, in the
Mets 4, Phillies 1
Gary Carter andf Darryl Strawberry
hit consecutive home runs in the sev
enth inning as New York beat Philadelphia.
!a's Steven Jur wis
; ;-cd the U U;X Cor.fercc
t.r.r.is flayer cf the nu-tk Tt:;"J:.y
r r Lis Un niinst the defend;:
(:: fcrence champion testweekf nd.
Jur.3 defected Oklahoma's Oliver
k;ren 7-5, 2G, 64 in the Com
U, kers' G-3 loss to the Socncrs.
L'-ren was rsr.Led NX 40 in tho
r.ricn anicrs cc!!:? r layers. Jun
;.!:,o aer.;:ed an eisiy s?aaon loss to
Wichita Plate's Jereaiy Grubi v.ith a
r. 4, 6-2 v;in darirj Ntbroaka's 5-1
GVCf ti(3 o-Aicccrs .
Nebraska reloaded f:c,i k..:.:s
to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State to
defect. Wichita State, but de::;;ite.
avenging a loss to the Shockers eor
1; rr this season, Husker coach Kerry
T'cDermctt said the two Eig Eight
matches were fria'tratir.g. ' -
"The: 3 tv;o"lc-:cs wcts . r jolly
and if v, e had f I.v. c d as v. II t.-.i :u t
Oklahcrr. cr i Okhhc:r.a ;aia v.-cr.-'.J
h.vve v.. :i I" th cf tho:e, f "
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seoaon ?"tur;y v.h'. .i it p!.:ys Km
sos at 1 p.".. at ths LL.t. Car.;--
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r -"!:;.::. tl...1 T '.i-.Is.
E:"M ract v.ut t.h3 E:.. - - dual i;
rc:.".y ir: ::r.t," K; r " . "U ?.
can 1 r;i (( " Jrjhav.1 3) i Iwc-'.i
three or four cf the r.ir.3 matches,"
Nebraska enters the Kar.aas dual
with a 15-7 overs!! record and a 3-2
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