The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 03, 1987, Image 8

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Tom Kelly, manager of the World Series champion Minnesota Twins, was third with 37 votes. Whitey Her zog, who led St. Louis to the NL pen nant, was fourth with 20 votes fol lowed by Detroit’s Sparky Anderson (17), Milwaukee’s Tom Trebelhorn (5) and Pittsburgh’s Jim Leyland (1). The Giants Finished the season 90-72, six games ahead of Cincinnati in the NL West. San Francisco took a 3-2 lead in its best-of-seven playoff with the Cardi nals, but were shut out in the final two games at St. Louis. “We had a great season,” Craig said. “It was tough on everyone los ing to St. Louis, but it was an out standing season, and losing one or two games doesn’t ruin that. Like Whitey Herzog said, the toughest part is getting there, making it to the playoffs.” Craig was named the Giants’ skip per on Sept. 18, 1985, by general manager A1 Rosen. The Giants were 56-88 under Jim Davenport to that point, and finished the season 62- LOO. It was the first time in the fran chise’s history that the Giants had lost 100 games. “I was only there 18 games (in 1985) and didn’t really learn much about the players then,” Craig said. “Half of them were hurt and the other half wanted to go home. They were already talking about going hunting.” Craig used his experience as a player, coach and scout to make sure the Giants hunted for victories the following season. “In spring training of 1986, I real ized we had some pretty good play ers on the club,” Craig said. “It wasn’t a team that was going to lose 100 games. At the All-Star break when we went into first place, the players were believing they could win. I’d been saying it all along, but maybe they didn’t really believe me until then.” The Giants finished 1986 at 83- 79, third in the West, and were only the ninth team in major-league his tory to have a winning record follow ing a 100-loss season. The team slumped to 22-31 for May and June and fell 5V4 games be hind in third following a four-game losing streak that ended Aug. 5. Then, while Cincinnati and Hob ton faded down the stretch, Si Francisco reeled off 29 victories 40 games. “Whether we win or lose fm games in a row, he’s always same,” second baseman Robl Thompson said. “If we losefourin row now, everybody knows 'Don get your dauber down.’ ” That’s one of Craig’s pet expies ions along with “Humm Babi sandlot chatter which the manage uses to denote hard-nosed playaa has adopted as the team’s unoffia slogan. As a starting pitcher for Brookli he recorded a World Series victoi as a rookie in 1955 and picked championship rings that year and 1959. But en route to a 74-98 li time record, he also lost 46 games 1962 and ’63 for New York Mb teams that went 40-120 and 51-111 His first major-league managini job lasted two years in San Diego where he was fired after the 19fl season despite leading the Padresii a 84-78 record in 1978. Craig taught the split-finger fasi ball to Houston’s Mike Scott aac helped build Detroit’s staff into World Series champions in 1984 pitching coach. He left after the set son in a dispute over a new contract Glanville: Oilers need to be wary despite come-from-behind wins HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers have rallied to win three games, including Sunday’s 31-29 thriller over Cincinnati, but Head Coach Jerry Glanville isn’t letting the club’s best start since 1980 go to his head. “You don’t get into a full strut yet, what you do is get ready to play the next game, ” Glanville said Moqday. “We’ll enjoy this one until tomorrow and then get ready for the most im portant game of our lives. “It’s the most important because it’s the next one.” The Oilers had plenty to celebrate after scoring 17 unanswered points in the final six minutes against the Bengals. Quarterback Warren Moon engi neered the comeback and scored the winning touchdown on a quar terback sneak. Allen Lyday’s fumble recovery on a kickoff helped set up a touchdown, Andrew Jackson’s blocking gave Moon time to complete crucial passes and Keith Bostic intercepted a pass on the final play of the game. “It’s a credit to a lot of people who had to come up with a lot of plays,” Glanville said. “What makes the win so significant is that our big play players were out and we still won the game.” Running back Mike Rozier sat out the second half with an ankle injury and wide receiver Ernest Givins was sidelined for the fourth quarter with bruised ribs. Cornerback Patrick Allen did not make the trip after he suffered a re action to an anesthetic last week dur ing minor surgery. Moon hit Drew Hill with a 33 yard pass to the Bengal 12 and sneaked over from the one for the winning touchdown with 55 seconds left. “When they throw us a parade a: the end of the year, a lot of peopk will want to jump on Warren’s band wagon,” Glanville said. ‘Tve beet there from the start.” Moon, booed in the first quartti of last week’s game againt Atlanta, completed 18 of 29 passes for yards. “He’s always been my guy, and lit showed again today you’d bettci stick with him for a full 60 minutes, Glanville said. “He just keeps getting better every week.” Glanville said the most disap pointing aspect of the game was tlit blocking of the running backs, the exception of Jackson, a formei replacement player. “When we put him in the gamewt were able to start moving the ball, Glanville said. “His block on the in side linebacker gave Warren timett throw the pass to Hill.” The Oilers play the second gamt of a three-game road trip at Sail Francisco Sunday. They play at Pitts burgh the following week before re turning home to play Cleveland. McWilliams: UT not good enough to win games filled with mistakes AUSTIN (AP) — Coach David McWilliams of Texas said Monday his Southwest Conference leaders aren’t good enough to make mis takes and still win football games. Texas is 4-3 for the season but has moved to the front of the SWC with a 3-0 record. The Longhorns play Houston Sat urday night at the Astrodome in Houston. “(Houston) will really spread you out all over the field, McWilliams said at his weekly news conference. “Our defensive backs are going to think they’ve been in a track meet af ter this week.” Texas whipped a fired-up Texas Tech team 41-27 Saturday, and Mc Williams said his team is improving and gaining confidence. “We haven’t gone out and blown anybody out,” he said. “We’re not a team that just goes out there and wins just because we’re out there. . . . We’ve had to earn the victories.” McWilliams said he had tried to be realistic with his squad, and “the honest evaluation is, when we’ve eliminated mistakes, we’ve won. When we haven’t eliminated mis takes, we haven’t won. “That’s where we are right now. I kind of like that. It kind of puts it on our squad to know that we can’t re lax.” Tailback Eric Metcalf, among the nation’s leading all-purpose run ners, missed the second quarter ol the Tech game with a hip pointer, but McWilliams said he should pla) against Houston. “This morning he was much bet ter. It (the injury) wasn’t as severe as they (trainers) first said,” McWil Hams added. Punter Alex Waits’ pulled ham string muscle might cause him to’ miss the Houston game, McWilliami said. Waits, one of college football’s top punters, was replaced by Bobbt Lilljedahl in the Tech game, andtht Red Raiders blocked Lilljedahl’s firsi punt for a touchdown. 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