Kansas City 47 34 .580 ---
Seattle 46 35 .567 1
Chicago 41 36 .532 4
Montreal 40 40 .500 6.5
California 40 41 .494 7
Philadelphia 38 42 .475 8.5
San Diego 34 44 .436 11.5
Cleveland 33 47 .413 13.5
San Diego (Santorini and Kirby) at California (McGlothlin and Wright)
Cleveland (Ellsworth) at Montreal (Stoneman)
Seattle (Pattin?) at Philadelphia (Jackson)
Chicago (Peters) at Kansas City (Drago)
Montreal 10, Cleveland 8: Kevin Collins hit a grand slam in a six-run first inning for the Expos, who survived four long balls by the Indians off starter and winner Larry Jaster. Adolpho Phillips and John Bateman also homered for Montreal, while loser Luis Tiant, Eddie Leon, Vern Fuller and Tony Horton all homered for Cleveland. Horton also had three doubles and totaled four RBIs and two runs scored. Dan McGinn worked the final two innings for the save.
San Diego 3, California 1: Dick Kelley took a no-hitter into the sixth. He allowed three hits and one unearned run in 8.2 innings for the Padres; he walked five and stuck out six. He retired the first two Angels in the ninth but an error was followed by two singles, and Bill McCool entered to get Jay Johnstone for the final out. Ed Spezio homered for the Padres. Rudy May, who went only three innings because of a minor injury, took the loss; he will not miss a start.
Player of the Day: Dick Kelley, San Diego