December 5, 1980

Battle of the Network Stars IX



Winner | CBS

2. ABC
3. NBC

Kayak relay | CBS

Jamie Farr
Judy Norton-Taylor
Joan Van Ark
Gregory Harrison

2. NBC
3. ABC

Swimming relay | CBS (by a nose)

Tom Selleck
Robert Walden
Judy Norton-Taylor
Gregory Harrison

2. ABC
3. NBC

3-on-3 football | CBS

Quarterback | Tom Selleck
Touchdowns | Judy Norton-Taylor 2

2. ABC
3. NBC



Baseball dunk | CBS

2. ABC
3. NBC

Leading scorer | Tom Selleck, CBS







Obstacle course | ABC

2. CBS
3. NBC

Best time (men) | Scott Baio, ABC, 18.18
Best time (women) | Judy Norton-Taylor, CBS, 25.19

Tandem bike relay | ABC

Willie Aames / Donna Dixon
John Davidson / Ann Jillian
Max Gail / Phyllis Davis

2. NBC
3. CBS

Running relay | CBS

Donna Mills
Joan Van Ark
Robert Walden
Judy Norton-Taylor
Gregory Harrison
Tom Selleck

2. NBC
3. ABC

Tug of War | CBS beats ABC, 21.38 seconds (record)

Gregory Harrison
Robert Walden
Judy Norton-Taylor
Tom Selleck

All-Battle team | Judy Norton-Taylor and Tom Selleck, CBS

Gregory Harrison, CBS
Scott Baio, ABC
Robert Walden, CBS
Joan Van Ark, CBS
Phyllis Davis, ABC

Injuries
John Davidson, ABC (hamstring)
Scott Baio, ABC (left knee)

July 1, 1980

1980 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Johnny Bench, Cincinnati, 2,179,169.

2. Steve Yeager, Los Angeles, 2,119,196. 3. Ted Simmons, St. Louis, 1,933,596. 4. Gary Carter, Montreal, 1,690,351. 5. Ed Ott, Pittsburgh, 741,692. 6. Bob Boone, Philadelphia, 688,195. 7. Barry Foote, Chicago, 312,601. 8. John Stearns, New York, 297,249.

FIRST BASE | 1. Steve Garvey, Los Angeles, 3,009,005.

2. Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh, 1,872,434. 3. Keith Hernandez, St. Louis, 1,517,081. 4. Pete Rose, Philadelphia, 1,399,133. 5. Chris Chambliss, Atlanta, 667,911. 6. Dan Driessen, Cincinnati, 550,147. 7. Bill Buckner, Chicago, 544,252. 8. Lee Mazzilli, New York, 470,331.

SECOND BASE | 1. Davey Lopes, Los Angeles, 3,862,403.

2. Phil Garner, Pittsburgh, 1,448,510. 3. Rodney Scott, Montreal, 1,356,689. 4. Dave Cash, San Diego, 1,120,660. 5. Manny Trillo, Philadelphia, 834,676. 6. Ken Oberkfell, St. Louis, 703,870. 7. Doug Flynn, New York, 408,900. 8. Rennie Stennett, San Francisco, 405,855.

THIRD BASE | 1. Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, 2,693,037.

2. Ron Cey, Los Angeles, 2,320,959. 3. Larry Parrish, Montreal, 1,500,513. 4. Bill Madlock, Pittsburgh, 1,188,184. 5. Ray Knight, Cincinnati, 949,759. 6. Ken Reitz, St. Louis, 941,877. 7. Enos Cabell, Houston, 272,008. 8. Darrell Evans, San Francisco, 238,597.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Bill Russell, Los Angeles, 2,123,488.

2. Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, 1,838,779. 3. Garry Templeton, St. Louis, 1,658,984. 4. Larry Bowa, Philadelphia, 1,236,600. 5. Ozzie Smith, San Diego, 1,219,120. 6. Tim Foli, Pittsburgh, 938,775. 7. Frank Taveras, New York, 619,224. 8. Ivan DeJesus, Chicago, 531,700.

OUTFIELD | 1. Dave Parker, Pittsburgh, 2,896,643. 2. Reggie Smith, Los Angeles, 2,283,416. 3. Dave Kingman, Chicago, 2,133,252.

4. Dusty Baker, Los Angeles, 2,108,727. 5. Greg Luzinski, Philadelphia, 2,063,068. 6. Ron LeFlore, Montreal, 1,709,130. 7. George Foster, Cincinnati, 1,681,542. 8. Dave Winfield, San Diego, 1,681,043. 9. Ellis Valentine, Montreal, 1,323,633. 10. Andre Dawson, Montreal, 1,272,700. 11. George Hendrick, St. Louis, 939,622. 12. Bobby Bonds, St. Louis, 873,638. 13. Omar Moreno, Pittsburgh, 872,359. 14. Ken Griffey, Cincinnati, 836,491. 15. Bake McBride, Philadelphia, 811,173. 16. Garry Maddox, Philadelphia, 788,451.

June 30, 1980

1980 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Carlton Fisk, Boston, 2,642,846.

2. Darrell Porter, Kansas City, 2,215,885. 3. Rick Cerone, New York, 960,988. 4. Jim Sundberg, Texas, 958,537. 5. Brian Downing, California, 907,105. 6. Rick Dempsey, Baltimore, 736,434. 7. Lance Parrish, Detroit, 677,931. 8. Butch Wynegar, Minnesota, 284,181.

FIRST BASE | 1. Rod Carew, California, 3,674,247.

2. Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee, 1,637,173. 3. Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, 1,493,342. 4. Eddie Murray, Baltimore, 617,223. 5. Willie Mays Aikens, Kansas City, 580,343. 6. Jason Thompson, California, 383,874. 7. Bruce Bochte, Seattle, 382,487. 8. Andre Thornton, Cleveland, 380,570.

SECOND BASE | 1. Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 2,454,941.

2. Bobby Grich, California, 1,600,750. 3. Willie Randolph, New York, 1,464,911. 4. Frank White, Kansas City, 1,349,158. 5. Jerry Remy, Boston, 761,451. 6. Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 531,865. 7. Julio Cruz, Seattle, 496,702. 8. Duane Kuiper, Cleveland, 480,145.

THIRD BASE | 1. George Brett, Kansas City, 3,335,095.

2. Graig Nettles, New York, 1,789,519. 3. Buddy Bell, Texas, 1,004,747. 4. Carney Lansford, California, 861,607. 5. Doug DeCinces, Baltimore, 787,600. 6. Richie Hebner, Detroit, 702,189. 7. Butch Hobson, Boston, 475,344. 8. Toby Harrah, Cleveland, 409,314.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Bucky Dent, New York, 2,086,177.

2. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 1,642,330. 3. Fred Patek, California, 1,485,889. 4. Rick Burleson, Boston, 1,075,851. 5. Roy Smalley, Minnesota, 808,052. 6. Kiko Garcia, Baltimore, 781,990. 7. Alan Trammell, Detroit, 760,790. 8. Alfredo Griffin, Toronto, 561,125.

OUTFIELD | 1. Reggie Jackson, New York, 2,829,119. 2. Fred Lynn, Boston, 2,648,788. 3. Jim Rice, Boston, 2,142,549.

4. Ben Oglivie, Milwaukee, 1,597,900. 5. Al Bumbry, Baltimore, 1,418,646. 6. Don Baylor, California, 1,405,285. 7. Willie Wilson, Kansas City, 1,209,396. 8. Al Oliver, Texas, 1,201,672. 9. Ken Singleton, Baltimore, 1,182,780. 10. Sixto Lezcano, Milwaukee, 1,050,379. 11. Ken Landreaux, Minnesota, 1,007,888. 12. Lou Piniella, New York, 978,589. 13. Amos Otis, Kansas City, 934,744. 14. Richie Zisk, Texas, 932,195. 15. Gorman Thomas, Milwaukee, 918,867. 16. Mickey Rivers, Texas, 890,659.

June 3, 1980

1980 All-NBA teams

As selected by a nationwide panel of 66 media members, with total points and first-team votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Larry Bird, Boston, 110 points (xx)

Forward | Julius Erving, Philadelphia, 118.5

Center | Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, L.A. Lakers, 130

Guard | George Gervin, San Antonio, 90

Guard | Paul Westphal, Phoenix, 68


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Dan Roundfield, Atlanta, 53

Forward | Marques Johnson, Milwaukee, 42

Center | Moses Malone, Philadelphia, xx

Guard | Dennis Johnson, Seattle, 64

Guard | Gus Williams, Seattle, xx

Others receiving votes | Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 27; Tiny Archibald, Boston, 14.

May 4, 1980

Battle of the Network Stars VIII



Winner | ABC

2 .NBC
3. CBS

Kayak relay | CBS

Chad Everett
Joan Van Ark
Catherine Bach
Gary Sandy

2. ABC
3. NBC

Swimming relay | ABC

Grant Goodeve
Robert Hays
Robyn Douglass
Scott Baio

2. NBC
3. CBS

3-on-3 football | ABC

Quarterback | Kent McCord
Touchdowns | Cathy Lee Crosby 2

2. NBC
3. CBS

Baseball dunk | NBC

2. ABC
3. CBS

Leading scorer | Robert Hays, ABC









Obstacle course | ABC

2. NBC
3. CBS

Best time (men) | Scott Baio, ABC
Best time (women) | Randi Oakes, NBC

Tandem bike relay | ABC

Grant Goodeve / Caroline McWilliams
Robert Hays / Robyn Douglass
Kent McCord / Joan Prather

2. NBC
3. CBS

Running relay | NBC

Sarah Purcell
Pamela Hensley
Brian Kerwin
Randi Oakes
William Devane
Gil Gerard

2. ABC
3. CBS

Tug of War | ABC beat NBC, 2:17

Robert Hays
Grant Goodeve
Joan Prather
Cathy Lee Crosby
Kent McCord

All-Battle team | Kent McCord, ABC

Scott Baio, ABC
Robert Hays, ABC
Randi Oakes, NBC
Cathy Lee Crosby, ABC
Grant Goodeve, ABC
Joan Prather, ABC
Robyn Douglass, ABC



Injuries
Chad Everett, CBS (knee)
Robyn Douglass, ABC (thigh)
Cathy Lee Crosby, ABC (groin)
Joan Van Ark, CBS (back)
Scott Baio, ABC (knee)
Joan Prather, ABC (both hands)