Chicago 7 5 .583 ---
Seattle 7 5 .583 ---
Philadelphia 6 5 .545 .5
Kansas City 5 5 .500 1
Montreal 6 6 .500 1
California 6 7 .461 1.5
San Diego 6 7 .461 1.5
Cleveland 4 7 .364 2.5
Chicago (Wynne) at Seattle (Segui?)
Kansas City (Nelson) at Montreal (Stoneman)
California 5, Philadelphia 3: Rudy May struck out seven in eight innings, allowing just four hits and one earned run. Rich Reichardt and Sandy Alomar each had two-run singles off loser Woody Fryman, who walked four in his five innings of work. Dick Allen homered for the Phillies. Ken Tatum pitched the ninth for the save.
Chicago 14, Seattle 1: The White Sox turned four double plays behind Gary Peters' 10-hit complete game and got four RBIs from Bobby Knoop as Chicago pulled into a first-place tie with the Pilots. Chicago batted around twice and got 15 hits and six walks off loser George Brunet and the Seattle bullpen. Knoop, Ron Hansen and Ken Berry all homered for Chicago.
San Diego 2, Cleveland 1: Al Santorini allowed four hits and an unearned run in six innings for the win. He walked three and struck out one. Dave Roberts (two innings) and Jack Baldschun (one) shut out the Tribe the rest of the way. Jose Arcia led off the sixth with a triple off loser Steve Hargan and came home on Cito Gaston's single for the winning run.
Player of the day: Bobby Knoop, Chicago