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F,'HILADELPHIA (AP) Jay Johnstone knocked in four
tuns with two homers and a single, Mike Schmidt stroked his
24th homer and Tim McCarver socked a bases-loaded homer
as the Philadelphia Phillies bombed the New York Mets 12-1
last night for their sixth straight victory.
Steve Carlton pitched seven innings ()Pone-hit, shutout ball
before leaving for a pinch-hitter and letting reliever Warren
Brusstar complete the left-hander's 11th victory of the season.
Carlton has lost four times.
The surging Phillies advanced to within three games of
slumping first-place Chicago in the National League East as
the Cubs lost to the Montral Expos 9-8 earlier in the day. The
Phillies have picked up 5 1 / 2 games on the Cubs in six games.
Cards nail Bucs
PITTSBURGH ( AP) Candelaria, who also
Mike Tyson belted the first allowed a run-scoring triple in
grand slam home run of his the third by Gary Templeton,
major league career to back fell to 8-3 with the loss.
the seven-hit pitching of Bob
Forsch, 10-4, yielfied a
Forsch and lead the St. Louis three-run homer to Al Oliver
Cardinals to a 7-3 victory last in the fifth that trimmed the
night over the Pittsburgh
Cardinal lead to 5-3, but
Simmons added a two-run
Tyson's homer, his third
insurance homer for St. Louis
this year and his 10th in five
in the eighth off Grant
seasons with the Cardinals, Jackson.
came in the fourth inning off
losing pitcher John Can
St. Louis had loaded the Tyson muffed a grounder to
bases on a walk to Ted second by Rennie Stennett.
Simmons and singles by Keith Dave Parker followed with a
Hernandez and Ken Reitz two-out single before Oliver
before Tyson drove his home drove the ball over the center
run over the left field wall. ' field wall for his 10th homer.
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Three Pirate runs in the
fifth were unearned after
The Phillies' Tim McCarver celebrates his grand slam home run over the Mets last
night as Philadelphia routed the New Yorkers 12-1. McCarver, Mike Schmidt, and
Jay Johnstone all dialed-8 for the Phils as they moved within three games of the
first place Cubs.
Slumping Cubs fall to Expos
CHICAGO ( AP) Andre Dawson hit two The loss was the seventh in the last eight
home runs and a single and drove in four runs starts for the skidding Cubs, leaders in the
and Tony Perez batted in three runs . National East.
yesterday to lead Montreal past the Chicago Dawson hit a solo home run in the third
Cubs 9-8 for the Expos' seventh straight inning, singled in a run in the sixth and hit his
victory. homer with a man aboard in the eighth.
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