Philadelphia 14 10 .583 ---
Chicago 13 10 .565 0.5
Kansas City 12 10 .545 1
San Diego 13 11 .542 1
California 12 11 .522 1.5
Seattle 11 13 .458 2.5
Montreal 11 14 .440 3.5
Cleveland 8 15 .348 5.5
Seattle (Gelnar) at Philadelphia (Champion)
Cleveland (Williams) at Montreal (Stoneman)
Chicago (John) at Kansas City (Hedlund)
San Diego (Kelley) at California (Murphy)
Seattle 7, Philadelphia 2: Gene Brabender took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and drove in two runs himself for the Pilots. John Kennedy and Wayne Comer homered for the Pilots. Brabender allowed five hits in 8.1 innings, with Bob Locker picking up the final two outs. The Phillies committed three errors. Tommy Harper (1-for-4 with a walk and a run) stole two bases.
Kansas City 7, Chicago 6: Ed Kirkpatrick drove in four runs as the Royals outlasted the White Sox. Kirkpatrick hit a two-run homer off starter Paul Edmondson in the first inning, brought home a run in the third with a sac fly, and added an RBI single off loser Gary Bell in the decisive three-run seventh. Bill Melton and Carlos May each homered off winner Bill Butler, who struck out seven while allowing five runs in seven innings.Moe Drabowsky walked the first two men in the top of the ninth, but then got a strikeout and a double-play grounder for the save.
Player of the Day: Gene Brabender, Seattle