Seattle 59 46 .562 ---
Chicago 57 45 .558 0.5
Kansas City 57 47 .548 1.5
Montreal 51 56 .477 9
California 51 56 .477 9
Philadelphia 50 56 .471 9.5
Cleveland 49 56 .467 10
San Diego 47 58 .478 12
California (McGlothlin) at Cleveland (Tiant)
Kansas City (Butler) at Seattle (Brabender)
Philadelphia (Johnson) at San Diego (Podres)
Philadelphia 7, San Diego 1: Rick Wise went the distance, allowing one unearned run on six hits. Don Money homered, doubled and singled in four at-bats, driving in three runs and scoring a pair. Tommy Sisk took the loss for the Padres.
Philadelphia 10, San Diego 8: Rick Joseph drove in four runs with two singles and a triple as the Phillies secured the doubleheader sweep. The Padres committed three errors and a passed ball afield. Bill Champion went eight innings for the win, allowing five runs on six hits and seven walks. Gary Ross took the loss. Cookie Rojas was injured for the Phillies (6 days); he will be replaced on the roster by Rick Barry and is eligible to return Aug. 17.
Cleveland 2, California 1: Errors by Jim Fregosi and Aurelio Rodriguez resulted in a pair of unearned Cleveland runs in the bottom of the eighth. Winner Dick Ellsworth allowed one run in eight innings on four hits. Loser Rudy May allowed the two unearned runs in 7.2 innings on six hits. Mike Paul faced three hitters in the ninth for the save.The Angels have returned Tom Tischinski to the emergency list and activated Vic Davalillo.
Chicago 3, Montreal 2, 10 innings: Luis Aparicio had a walk-off bunt and Tommy John went all 10 innings for the win. Bill Melton hit a two-run homer off Mark Wegener, who went nine innings himself, allowing just the two runs on two hits. Dan McGinn took the loss in relief. Gary Sutherland went 4-for-5 with a double and a run scored for the Expos.
Seattle 11, Kansas City 3: Greg Goossen hit for the cycle as the Pilots overpowered the Royals. George Brunet went eight innings for the win, allowing a pair of homers (Pat Kelly and Bob Oliver) but only three other hits. Tommy Davis drove in three runs for Seattle, and Ron Clark went 3-for-5, including a double, with two RBIs and a run scored. Jim Rooker took the loss.
Player of the Day: Greg Goossen, Seattle