Allentown Morning Call - September 6, 1980

Cey’s HR, Sutton’s pitching beat Carlton, 1-0


LOS ANGELES (AP) – Ron Cey slugged a home run to back the three-hit pitching of Don Sutton and Don Stanhouse as Los Angeles shut out the Philadelphia Phillies and Steve Carlton 1-0 last night. 


Sutton, 10-4, hurled the first eight innings, giving three singles, striking out a season-high 10 and walking only two. Stanhouse worked the ninth to record his fifth save.


Carlton, 21-8, took the loss, his sixth straight against the Dodgers in Los Angeles. The Phillies' lefthander has not won in Dodger Stadium since July, 1972, during the regular season. 


Cey slugged his 23rd homer to lead off the second inning for the game's only run. 


The Phillies got only one runner past first base, in the fourth, when Mike Schmidt led off with a single and stole second. But Sutton struck out the next two bat ters and got Manny Trillo to ground out to second for the final out. It was the Phillies' last hit of the game. 


The loss snapped Philadelphia's four-game winning streak. The win was the Dodgers' eighth in their last nine games.