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Tuesday, June 29, 1993 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER SportSD5 NATIONAL LEAGUE BOXES NATIONAL LEAGUE RMO amewcanTeaguO Monday's games Indians 2, White Sox 0 Royals 4, Rangers 2 Ab r h bi bb vg. ' Saxlt 4 0 0 0 I 0 .229 Kansas City AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Cora2b 2 0 1 0 2 0 274 I ARENA FOOTBALL Cardinals 3, Phillies 1 Foster surgery opens door for Spradlin MONDAY'S GAMES Pirates 9, Expos 5 Bl BB SO Avg. ASTROS-REDS SERIES GAMES: 7:35 p.m. today, Wednesday and Thursday. RADIO: WLW (700). TV: None. PROBABLE PITCHERS: Today, Tom Browning (4-3, 5.89) vs. Doug Drabek (6-7, 3.34); Wednesday, Tim Belcher (6-5, 3.37) vs. Greg Swindell (6-7, 4.68); Thursday, Jose Rijo (6-3, 3.20) vs. Pete Harnisch (6-5, 3.79). ASTROS STATISTICS: Philadelphia AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Dykstra cf 4 0 0 0 1 1 .279 Amarorf-lf 3 0 1 0 1 0 .529 Kruk lb 4 0 1 0 0 1 .343 DHollins3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .283 Doultonc 4 0 0 0 0 1 .253 Incavigliall 4 111 0 2 . 280 Westp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .667 Duncan ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 .247 Morandinl2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .246 DnJacksonp 1 0 1 0 0 0 .114 a-R Jordan ph 10 1 0 0 0 .273 DeLeonp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Eisenreichrf 1 0 1 0 0 0 .351 Totals 34 1 3 1 2 7 BY GEOFF HOBSON and JOHN ERARDI The Cincinnati Enquirer Fifteen games out of first, the Reds come back I felt great," Foster said Monday night. "But afterward, I had the same pain. My arm won't recover. I've got something in there that has to be fixed." That "something," says the Pittsburgh AB Foley 2b 6 JaBell ss 5 Martin cf 6 Merced rf-lb 4 King 3b 6 DCIark It-rf 4 1-Pennyfeather pr-rf 0 Slaught c 5 KYoung lb 4 Wakefield p 0 Belinda p 0 Walk p 2 a-McClendon ph 0 Otto p 0 Toliver p 0 Candelaria p 0 LoSmith n 0 Totals 42 4 0 1 2 0 3 .307 Thomas lb 5 0 1 0 0 0 .312 i 2 0 0 0 3 1 .251 Ventura3b 4 0 1 0 1 0 .251 5 0 1 0 0 2 .262 Bldn 4 0 0 0 0 0 .231 ' 3 0 0 0 0 I .281 pasquarf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .191 4 0 0 0 0 0 . 289 BurKsrf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .281 3 0 0 0 0 1 280 Uoh,nsonc, 4 0 2 0 0 0 .301 1 0 0 0 0 0 .283 LjValllerec 4 0 2 0 0 0 .421 4 1 2 1 0 1 .236 Guineas 4 0 1 0 0 0 .270 3 2 10 0 0 214 TotaS 35 0 9 0 4 1 4 1 3 0 0 0 .262 33 4 8 3 3 9 Cleveland AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Lotion cf 3 0 0 0 1 I .319 AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Kirbv rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .307 ' 3 0 0 0 0 2 . 246 Baeraa2b 3 1 2 0 1 0 .297 1 0 1 0 0 0 . 282 Beef, 4 0 0 0 0 1 .292 1 3 12 1 10 .261 sorremoib 3 110 11 258 3 0 0 0 0 1 .273 Jefferson 4 0 10 0 2 .258 4 1 2 0 0 1 .330 E,pin0Ia 3b 3 0 110 0 .310 4 0 2 1 0 1 .294 Fermir,ss 2 0 1 1 2 0 .251 ' 2 0 0 0 0 2 .231 or,,,,. 2 0 10 10 .190 1 0 0 0 0 0 250 To,ah 27 2 7 2 7 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 .283 4 0 1 0 0 1 .231 chCM0 000 000 1)00 -0 9 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 278 Cleveland 000 000 02x-2 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 .25? LOB-Chicago 13, Cleveland 10. 2B-,!5SS . Ortii (9). RBIs-Espinoia (16), Fermin 34 1 I 2 1 11 , ,,, co i ih,n m a Bjprna 1 11 McRae cf Gagness Brett dh Macfarlane c Joyner lb Brooks rl Jose rf McReynoldsIf Gaettl 3b Lind 2b Totals Texas Redus rf a-Hulse ph-cf Franco dh Palmeiro lb Gonzalez If Rodriguez c Palmer 3b Shave 2b b-PetraHi ph BDavis cf-rf Strange 2b-3b Diaz ss c-Peltier ph Totals H Bl BB SO Avg. 1 0 0 0 .309 WEST W L Pet GB L10 Str Home Away San Francisco 51 25 .671 - 8-2 W1 29-11 22-14 Atlanta 42 34 .553 9 6-4 L1 20-17 22-17 Houston 38 35 .521 11V; 4-6 W1 21-17 17-18 Los Angeles 38 35 .521 11V; 4-6 W2 22-12 16-23 CINCINNATI 36 40 .474 15 6-4 W1 19-15 17-25 San Diego 29 47 .382 22 2-8 L2 16-22 13-25 Colorado 26 48 .351 24 5-5 L1 15-24 11-24 EAST W L Pet GB L10 Str Home Away Philadelphia 51 24 .680 6-4 L3 28-11 23-13 St. Louis 44 30 .595 6V2 8-2 W5 23-14 21-16 Montreal 39 36 .520 12 5-5 L2 24-13 15-23 Pittsburgh 37 37 .500 1 3V2 8-2 W3 21-16 16-21 Chicago 35 38 .479 15 4-6 W1 20-17 15-21 Florida 34 40 .459 I6V2 4-6 W1 17-19 17-21 New York 21 52 .288 29 1-9 L5 11-27 10-25 "Night game not included Monday's games .262 decided to find out what s in the system Monday when they stayed within the organization and tapped Indianapolis' Jerry Spradlin to replace Steve Foster, who'll be disabled for the rest of the season today. The club also announced that Indianapolis' Larry Luebbers, a Florence resident and graduate of Rlsmere's St. Henrv Hieh School. Bl BB SO Avg. St. Louis Gilkey If OSmith ss Jefferies lb Zeile 3b Whiten rf B Jordan cf GPena 2b Pagnozzi c Cormier p CHivares p b-Perry ph Murphy p Perez p LeSmith p Totals Philadelphia St. Louis Reds, is detached cartilage. Foster finishes the season 2-2 with a 1.75 ERA in 17 appearances (2423 innings). He made 16 appearances (23 innings) for manager Tony Perez in the first six weeks of the season. That's a lot of work, but Foster didn't blame Perez for the injury. "Tony used me in long relief and set-up, but that's what I've done for the last three or four or Montreal DeShields 2b VanderWal lb Colbrunn lb Grlssom cf LWalker rf Alou If DFIetcher c Wetteland p Scott p Fasserop Berry 3b Lansing ss DeMartinez p Rojas p Laker c Totals 000 100 ( 200 100 OOx- will make his major-league debut steve Foster HITTING BATTERS BA G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB E Daugherty.J .333 4301000 000 Bagwell.J 326 73 276 44 90 17 2 12 47 5 6 Cedeno,A .313 69 230 30 72 14 4 4 28 7 11 Servais.S .292 40 130 14 38 6 0 6 18 0 1 Anthony.E .275 71 255 36 70 11 2 5 32 2 1 Gonzalez.L .263 69 224 37 59 10 1 8 29 12 2 James.C .263 35 76 11 20 7 0 4 10 0 3 Biggio.C 260 71 281 49 73 19 2 12 24 8 6 Caminiti.K .255 70 278 34 71 19 0 9 44 5 9 Bass.K 255 46 94 11 24 8 0 1 15 1 0 Candaele.C .245 37 53 7 13 4 0 0 2 1 1 Taubensee.E 239 40 117 10 28 3 1 3 20 0 2 Parker.R 235 19 17 6 4 1 0 0 1 1 0 Finley.S 229 54 205 24 47 5 4 1 7 7 0 Donnols.C .220 31 41 3930 0 4 04 Uribe.J .217 23 23 1500 0 2 03 Rhodes.K .000 5 20000 0 0 00 PITCHING PITCHERS W L ERA G SV INN H R ER BB SO Kile.D 8 1 2.27 15 0 63 1 50 17 16 28 44 Drabek.D 6 7 3.34 16 0 118.2 112 47 44 26 74 Portugal.M 5 3 3.44 15 0 89.0 84 40 34 38 54 Hernandez.X 2 2 3.45 35 3 44.1 37 21 17 15 41 Harnisch.P 6 5 3.79 16 0 97.1 89 52 41 36 88 EdensT 0 1 3.86 13 0 14.0 22 6 6 7 6 Osuna.A 1 0 4.35 15 2 10.1 7 6 5 5 9 Williams.BR 1 2 4.46 24 3 42.1 33 23 21 17 28 Swindell.G 6 7 4.68 16 0 100.0 114 53 52 20 60 Jones.D 3 6 5.24 34 13 44.2 56 26 26 6 34 Agosto.J 0 0 6.00 6 0 6.0 8 4 4 0 3 Bell.E 0 1 6.14 10 0 7.1 10 5 5 2 2 a-singled for Jackson in the tn. b-sm-gled for rjtivares in the 7th. LOB-Philadel-phla 9, St. Louis 4. 2B-Amaro (2), Duncan (9), DnJackson (2), Gilkey (20), Jefferies (12). HR-lncaviglla (13) off Cormier. RBIs-lncaviglia (52), Jefferies (42), Cormier (1). CS-OSmlfh (3), Perry (1). S-DnJackson. GIDP-Whiten, BJordan. DP Philadelphia 2 (Morandini and Kruk), (DnJackson, Duncan and Kruk). Kansas City 001 200 010-4 ( 2 Texas 000 200 000-2 t 0 a-singled for Redus in the 9th. b-struck out for Shave in the 9th. c-llned out for Diaz In the 9th. E-Joyner 2 (4). LOB-Kansas City 8, Texas 7. 2B-Llnd (7), Gonzalez ( 17), Rodriguez (14). HR-Franco (6) otf Haney, McReynolds (3) off Bronkey. RBIs-McRae 2 (31), McReynolds (II), Franco (28), Rodriguez (35). SB-Hulse (15), Rodriguez (5). S-McRae, Palmeiro. GIDP-Pal-meiro, Diaz. DP-Kansas City 2 (Lind, Gagne and Joyner), (Gagne, Lind and Joyner); Texas 1 (Diaz and Palmeiro). Kansas City IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA five years," said Foster. "It's not a question of being over-used. It's just the wear and tear on the arm, all those years closing in the minors." St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 1 San Fran, at Los Angeles, night Pittsburgh 9, Montreal 5 (10) Chicago 4, San Diego 3 (11) Only games scheduled Today's games Bowden said the injury isn't career- Jefferson (1). S-Espinoia, Ortii. DP-Chicago 1 (LaValliere and Cora). Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA BereL,3-2 8 7 2 2 7 5 122 4.68 Cleveland IP H R ER BB SO MP ERA MesaW,7-5 8 8 0 0 3 1 119 3.61 JHernandez 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 7 1,17 LilliguiSt 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1.32 Plunk S, 7 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.67 Lilliouisl pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. HBP-by Mesa (Coral Umpires-Home, Ced-erstrom, First, Cousins, Second, Brinkman, Third, McClelland. T-2:49. A-14,662. Red Sox 4, Brewers 3 Milwaukee AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Hamilton cf 5 110 0 0 .324 Yount lb 4 0 1 0 0 0 .261 Jahalb 0 0 0 0 0 0 .236 GVaughn If 4 0 11 0 0 .292 Reimer dh 4 1 2 1 0 0 ,268 Brunanskyrf 4 1 1 0 0 0 .186 Thonss 4 0 2 1 0 0 .301 Surhoff 3b 4 0 2 0 0 1 .218 Nilssonc 4 0 0 G 0 1 .159 Spiers 2b 4 0 10 0 1 .233 Totals 37 3 11 3 0 3 in an eine.gciiLy anut.i..uii 111 uic first game of Friday's twi-night double-header against the Pittsburgh Pirates. "This is not a move we expected to make," said Bowden, who doesn't think the youth movement will now be unleashed. "This is a blow to us. We thought we had the bullpen where (manager) Davey Qohn-son) wanted it this past weekend. We had Foster and (Bobby) Ayala to get to (Rob) Dibble and (Jeff) Reardon. Just when you think it can't get any worse, it does." Foster, on the disabled list for four days when Johnson took over May 24, returned to action Saturday, giving up a run on Pittsburgh 001 102 001 4-9 12 0 Montreal 101 300 000 0-5 9 1 a-walked tor Walk in the 6th. 1-ran for Clark in the 10th. E-Lnsing (15). LOB-Pittsburgh 11, Montreal 6. 2B-Foley (4), King (13), KYoung (8), LWalker (11). HR-Vander-Wal (3) off Walk, DFIefcher (2) off Walk, Slaught (4) off DeMartinez, RBIs-Foley 3 (14), JaBell 2 (27), Merced (40), King (42), Slaught (24), LoSmith (12), VanderWal (17), LWalker (33), DFIetcher 3 (20), SB-JaBell (10), Slaught (2), KYoung (1), De-Shields (19). S-Wakefield, DeMartinez, Laker SF -LWalker. Philadelphia IP DnJackson L, 7-4 6 DeLeon I West I St. Louis IP Cormier W, 5-4 6Vj Haney W,41 H R ER BB SO NP ERA 6 3 3 4 0 91 3.42 10 0 0 0 13 3.90 0 0 0 0 0 9 2.84 H R ER BB SO NP ERA 5 1 1 2 4 93 4.29 5'j 4 2 The Associated Press Chicago's Robin Ventura wears the number 72 on the back of his hat in honor of former teammate Carlton Fisk. The veteran catcher was released by the White Sox Monday. AMERICAN LEAGUE REPORT 9 74 5.59 1 17 5.12 Gubicza lVj 2 0 Montgomery S, 23 2 2 0 threatening. The Reds GM hopes Foster could be i to pitch by spring training. Spradlin, 26, brings some impressive numbers, beginning with his 6-foot-7 frame. In 1992, the right-hander set a Southern League record with 34 saves and was fifth in the minors' overall Rolaids Relief Man Award standings. This year, Spradlin is 3-2 with a 3.12 ERA. At Indy this season, Luebbers is 4-7 with a 4.16 ERA in 15 starts. Texas IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Rogers L, 5-6 6 6 3 3 .vs Opp Last 3 Games Teams Time Pitchers W-L ERA Career W-L ERA Houston Drabek (H) 6-7 3 84 8-6 1-1 5.68 Cincinnati 7:35 Browning (L) 4-3 5.89 14-10 1-0 5.84 Colorado Ruffin (L) 3-3 5.11 7-5 0-1 13.50 Atlanta 7:40 Smoltz (R) 6-7 3.11 1-0 1-2 2 14 Pittsburgh Wagner (R) 3-3 3.90 0-0 2-0 1.80 Montreal 7:35 Nabholz ID 3-5 7.15 5-1 0-1 12.86 New York Tanana (L) 4-7 4.87 0-1 1-2 5.09 Florida 7:35 Bowen (R) 4-8 4.16 1-1 1-2 7.02 Philadelphia Rivera (R) 7-3 3.72 1-0 3-0 2.25 St. Louis 8:35 Arocha (R) 6-2 3.07 0-0 1-2 5.29 Chicago Morgan (R) 4-8 3.93 4-3 1-2 4.43 San Diego 10:05 Worrell R) 0-0 7.71 0-0 0-0 7.71 San Francisco Burkett (R) 11-2 3.25 4-2 3-0 3.27 Los Angeles 10:35 Hershiser (R) 6-5 3 82 18-6 1-2 3.27 6 109 5.55 0 9 7.52 2 18 3.57 1 6 4.56 Pittsburgh IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Lefferts lit 1 0 0 Bronkey l'j 1 1 I BPattersonl-3 0 0 0 .91 89 Walk 5 Otto l'3 three hits against the Padres 4.36 3.52 9.00 5.91 2.62 "I was feeling 100 when I tried to HBP-by Rogers (Macfarlane), by Rogers (Gaetti). WP-Rogers. Umpires-Home, Tschida; First, Joyce; Second, Hickox; Third, Shulock T-2:54. A-21,505. Blue Jays 7, Orioles 2 Olivares 2-3 10 0 0 0 6 J.w Murphy 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 i 3.16 Perez 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 5 2.20 LeSmith S, 29 11 0 0 0 1 12 3.62 Umpires-Home, Davis; First, Tata; Second, Gregg; Third, Kellogg. T-233. A-29,199. SCOREBOARD Tuesday, June 29 San Francisco at Los Angeles (10:35 p.m. EDT). John Burkett (11-2), frying to become the National League's first 12-game winner, pitches for the Giants against Orel Hershiser (6-6). SLUGGERS Frank Thomas hit his 16th homer of the season and extended his hitting streak to 17 games in Chicago's 6-4 victory over Seattle. R ER BB SO NP ERA Toliver 1-3 Candelaria 1-3 Wakefield W, 4-7 2 Belinda I Montreal IP DeMartinez 5Vj Roias Vis Wetteland 1 Scott L, 2-1 0 NBA DRAFT The Associated Press AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. 4 1 1 0 1 1 .305 4 4 2 3 107 3.31 0 0 0 1 24 3.86 1 1 2 2 30 1.41 4 4 2 0 16 3.18 AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. 3 111 10 .285 4 1110 0 . 296 4 1 1 0 0 0 . 303 4 0 2 0 0 0 .227 0 10 0 0 0 .227 3 0 1 0 1 1 308 3 0 0 0 0 I .282 10 0 0 0 1 .213 4 0 12 0 0 .295 2 0 0 0 1 1 .238 2 0 0 0 0 1 .167 10 10 0 0 .143 0 0 0 0 0 0 .256 31 4 8 4 3 5 Boston Fletcher 2b Hatcher cf Greenwell If Dawson dh l-Caideronpr MVaughn lb Zupcic rf b-Riles ph Cooper 3b Valentin ss Penac a-Lyons ph Melvin c Totals 0 0 .310 Wednesday's games Toronto White cf RAIomar 2b Molitor dh Carter rf TWardrf 1 2 0 0 I 0 13 2.58 Fassero Scott pitched to 4 batters in the 10th. 1 0 0 2 0 .205 1 .406 Olerud lb Houston at Cincinnati, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at San Diego, 4:05 p.m. New York at Florida, 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia at St. Louis. 8:35 p.m. Colorado at Atlanta, 7:40 p.m. San Fran, at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Balk-Walk, Umpires-Home, Hohn; First, Poncino, Second, Bell; Third, DeMuth. T-3:29. A 17,185. TFernandezss 4 0 0 Sprague3b 3 0 1 Coles If Borders c 4 0 0 4 0 1 1 .256 1 .241 Sunday's games 35 7 II 7 4 5 Blair Kiel, hailed as the Rockers' savior when he was signed before the season, was waived Monday after the team's 1-6 start. Kiel was caught off guard by cut Bradley, dealing pick tempt Magic But salary cap makes Webber likely choice Baltimore AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Houston 3, Atlanta 0 St. Louis 5, New York 3 San Francisco 5. Colorado 0 DISABLED LIST 1 .257 Reynolds 2b Cincinnati 7, San Diego 1 (11) Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3 (10) Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 Florida 9, Montreal 2 McLemore rf 4 0 Milwaukee 011 000 010- 3 11 0 Boston 100 010 002 -4 8 1 One out when winning run scored, a-doubled for Pena in the 8th. b-struck out for Zupcic in the 9th. 1-ran for Dawson in the 9th. E-Fletcher (7). LOB-Milwaukee 7, Boston 5. 2B-Thon (8), Dawson (9), MVaughn (20), Lyons (1). 3B-Brunansky (3). HR-Fletcher (4) off Bones, Hatcher (5) off Bones, Reimer (11) off Quantrill. RBIs-GVaughn (59), Reimer (45), Thon (28), Fletcher (16), Hatcher (29), Cooper 2 (32). GIDP-Nilsson 2. DP-Milwaukee 1 (Spiers), Boston 2 (Quantrill, Valentin and MVaughn), (Fletcher, Valentin and MVaughn). AMERICAN LEAGUE Olerud's 4 RBI lift Jays, 7-2 The Associated Press BALTIMORE John Olerud drove in four runs to match his career high as the Toronto Blue Jays beat Baltimore 7-2 Monday night, giving the Orioles consecutive losses for the first time in June. Todd Stottlemyre (5-5) won his eighth straight decision against Baltimore. Roberto Alomar went 4 for 5 and scored three runs for the Blue Jays, who have won 11 of 13 and taken a three-game lead in the AL East. Mariners 4, Twins 1, at Minneapolis Dave Fleming (3-1) allowed five hits in eight innings, and Kevin Tapani (3-9) dropped to 0-5 at home this season. Norm Charlton pitched a perfect ninth for his 14th save. With the score tied 1-1, Mike Felder doubled leading off the fifth and scored when first baseman David McCarty misplayed Omar Vizquel's sharp grounder for an error. Ken Griffey hit a sacrifice fly and Tino Martinez doubled home a run for a 4-1 lead. Yankees 8, Tigers 2, at New York Jimmy Key (10-2) won his sixth straight decision, pitching four-hit ball for 7 innings and striking out eight as New York sent Detroit to its seventh straight loss. CRipken ss Baines dh Devereaux cf Holies c Segui lb Gomez 3b Hammonds If Totals 0 0 0 Toronto 202 000 300-7 11 0 Baltimore 010 010 000-2 8 0 QB is leaning toward retiring LOB-Toronto 7, Baltimore 7. 2B- White (24), RAIomar 2 (12), Molitor (14), Carter (21), Olerud (32), CRipken (14). RBIs RAIomar (41), Molitor (51), Carter IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA 86 48? (63), Olerud 4 (63), CRipken (39), segui (30). SB-RAIomar 2 (25), Carter (2), 13 4,07 I 3.63 Bones 7 4 2 2 Austin 2-3 10 0 Orosco 1-311 1 Henry L, 0-2 1-3 2 1 1 Hammonds (1). SF-Segui. GIDP-TFer-nandez. Coles. Boston IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Quantrill 8 10 3 3 0 2 96 3.03 Harris W, 3-2 1 1 0 0 0 1 20 2.75 Orosco pitched to 1 batter in the 9th IBB-off Henry (MVaughn) 1. Umpires-Home, Hendry, First, Craft; Second, Evans, Third, McCoy. T-2:59. A-27,982. DP-Toronto 1 (Sprague and Olerud); Baltimore 2 (Sutcliffe, CRipken and Segui), (Gomez, Reynolds and Segui). Toronto IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Stottlemyre W.5-5 6 7 2 2 2 1 95 4.41 ALeiter S, 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 36 4.90 Baltimore IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Sutcliffe L, 8-3 6 8 7 7 3 4 111 4.77 Poole 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 4 2.31 Telford 2 2 0 0 1 1 30 0.00 HBP-by Sutcliffe (Olerud), by Sutcliffe (Sprague). Umpires-Home, McKean, First, Kaiser; Second, Johnson; Third, Voltaggio. T-2:50. A-46,606. Mariners 4, Twins 1 WEST W L Pet GB L10 Str Home Away Chicago 39 34 .534 - 6-4 L1 21-15 18-19 Kansas City 38 36 .514 1Vz 4-6 W1 19-17 19-19 California 37 36 .507 2 5-5 L1 22-16 15-20 Seattle 37 39 .487 3Vz 5-5 W1 23-16 14-23 Texas 33 40 .452 6 3-7 L1 20-16 13-24 Minnesota 31 41 .431 7Vz 2-8 L1 18-18 13-23 Oakland 29 41 .414 8V2 6-4 L2 17-18 12-23 EAST W L Pet GB L10 Str Home Away Toronto 47 30 .610 8-2 W3 27-13 20-17 Detroit 43 32 .573 3 2-8 L7 26-14 17-18 New York 44 33 .571 3 6-4 W2 23-14 21-19 Baltimore 40 35 .533 6 7-3 L2 21-14 19-21 Boston 37 38 .493 9 7-3 W7 24-13 13-25 Cleveland 34 42 .447 12Vz 8-2 W4 24-15 10-27 Milwaukee 31 43 .419 14V; 2-8 L3 17-19 14-24 "Night game not included Monday's games Cleveland 2, Chicago 0 New York 8, Detroit 2 Toronto 7, Baltimore 2 Boston 4, Milwaukee 3 Seattle 4, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 4, Texas 2 Texas Rob Maurer, lb, March 27; Hector Fajardo, p, 60-day, March 27, Jeff Frye, if, 60-day, March 27, Nolan Ryan, p, May 8; Manuel Lee, ss, May 15; Brian Bohanon, p, June 9; Jeff Huson, ss, June 5; Robb Nen, p, June 12; Billy Ripken, 2B, June 21. Toronto Eddie Zosky, ss, March 26, Dick Scho-field, ss, 60-day, May 13, Emisael Canate, of, June 3; Rob Butler, of, June 23. NATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta Matt Murray, p, 60-day, April 3; Marvin Freeman, p, June 4. Chicago Shawon Dunston, ss, March 27: Jessie Hollins, p, March 28; Greg Hibbard, p, June 12; Steve Buechele, 3B, June 13; Mike Morgan, p, June 14; Mike Harkey, p, June 19, Cincinnati Steve Foster, p, May 20, Bill Landrum, p, June 3; John Roper, p, June 18. Colorado Rudy Seanez, p, 60-day, April 4; Kevin Ritz, p, 60-day, April 4; David Nied, p, May 28; Joe Girardi, c, June 5; Eric Wedge, c, June 19. Florida Scott Chiamparino, p, 60-day, March 27, Kip Yaughn, p, 60-day, March 27, Steve Decker, c, 60-day, March 18. Houston Rob Mallicoat, p, March 26. Los Angeles Todd Worrell, p, June 11; Darryl Strawberry, of, June 17; Jody Reed, 2B, June 16, Montreal Scott Aldred, p, May 15, Jimmy Jones, p, June 13. New York Joe Vitko, p, March 30; Darren Reed, of, March 29; Sid Fernandez, p, May 1; Howard Johnson, 3B, June 11. Philadelphia Jose DeJesus, p, 60-day, March 26; Dave Hollins, 3B, June 1 1; Wes Chamberlain, of, June 16. Pittsburgh Alejandro Pena, p, 60-day, March 22; Randy Tomlin, p, May 29; Andy Van Slyke, of, June 15. St. Louis Ray Lankford, of, June 24, Paul Kilgus, p, June 24. San Diego Mike Scioscia, c, 60-day, March 29, Bruce Hurst, p, June 5. San Francisco John Patterson, 2b, 60-day, March 27; Craig Colbert, if-c, June 4. NEW YORK - Players on the disabled list by team, as released by fhe American and National Leagues, with position and effective date (players are on the 15-day list unless noted): Through June 24 AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Arthur Rhodes, p, May 16, Glenn Davis, IB, June 9. Boston Tim Naehring, if, April I; Jeff Richardson, s, June 14; Roger Clemens, p, June 19; Luis Rivera, if, June 21. California Julian Vasquez, p, 60-day, April 5; Peter Janicki, p, 60-day, April 22; Joe Grahe, p, June 5; Julio Valera, p, June 24; Damion Easley, 2B, June 19. Chicago Mike Dunne, p, 60-day, March 26; Chuck Cary, p, April 20; Kirk McCaskill, p, June 15; Ron Karkovice, c, June 20. Cleveland Bob Oieda, p, 60-day, April 1; Joel Skinner, c, 60-day, April 4; Dave Mlicki, p, 60-day, April 4; Sandy Alomar, c, May 1, Charles Nagy, p, May 16; Ted Power, p, June 13. Detroit Dave Johnson, p, May 23, David Haas, p, June 14. Kansas City Curtis Wilkerson, if, May 17; Keith Miller, it, June 5, David Howard, if, June 7, Rusty Meacham, p, June 15. Milwaukee Ted Higuera, p, 60-day, March 31; Alexis Diaz, of, May 3, Pat Listach, ss, June 2, Bill Dor an, 2B, May 26; Mike Boddicker, p June 14. Minnesota Scot! Leius, ss, 60-day, April 22; Mark Guthrie, p, 60-day, May 29; Gene Larkin, IB-of, June B. New York Randy Velarde, if, June 6, Mike Galle-go, it, June 11; Jim Abbott, p, June 10, Mike Witt, p, June 18. Oakland Todd Revenig, p, 60-day, March 16; Jerry Browne, if, 60-day, April 19; Mark McGwire, 'b, May 14; David Zancanaro, p, 60-day, June 4; Dave Henderson, of, June 5; Rick Honeycutt, p, June 15, Curt Young, p June 5. Seattle Brian Holman, p, 60-day, March 26; Kerry Woodson, p, 60-day, March 26, Chris Bosio, p, June 7, Edgar Martinez, 3B, June 15. Yankees 8, Tigers 2 AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Phillips 2b 1 0 0 0 2 0 . 303 a-Barnesph-2b 10 0 0 0 1 .254 Gladden If 4 0 0 0 0 1 .275 AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. 0 0 0 . 283 0 0 1 .500 1 0 1 .313 ) 0 .276 ) 1 .274 J 0 - J 0 .316 3 1 .252 0 3 .214 1 2 .325 1 2 .218 4 11 Fryman ss 3 0 Fielder lb 4 0 Groom p 0 0 Trammell 3b 4 0 Tettleton dh-lb 4 1 Deer rf 4 0 Kreuter c 3 0 Cuyler cf 3 1 Totals 31 2 Seattle Vizquel ss Magadan 3b Griffey Jr dh Buhner rf TMartinez lb Sasser If Boone 2b Valle c Felder cf Totals AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Minnesota AB R H Bl BB SO Avg. Only games scheduled New York BWilliams cf Boggs 3b Mattingly lb Tartabull dh O'Neill rf Leyritz c James If Gallego ss Kelly 2b Totals 0 .258 0 .309 0 .280 1 .223 1 .329 0 .350 0 .304 0 .336 0 .265 2 desire, can become barterers. Orlando, in fact, has discussed trading its top pick to the Warriors in exchange for Golden State's No. 3 pick and one of three players: forward Billy Owens (although he had arthroscopic knee surgery Monday), guard Sarunas Marciu-lionis or All-Star guard Tim Harda-way. In that scenario, the Warriors would grab Bradley, the Sixers would select Webber and the Magic would choose Mashburn. If there was no salary cap, it could happen. Instead, the Magic unless they trade or flat-out release Dennis Scott and Brian Williams have barely the space to sign even one player, which presumably is why they will stick with Webber. "We can't take anybody from Golden State," Williams said. "We have no cap room. As it is, it'll take a miracle to get our pick signed. Can't do it. Not one thing we can do. The Bulls could offer us Michael Jordan, and we couldn't take him." Orlando, the envy of the league, has invited Webber, Bradley and Mashburn for tours, and even handed Webber and Mashburn gym shorts for brief workouts. Webber showed them his sheer muscle but misfired a lot on jump shots and free throws, which leaked out to Orlando reporters. When Webber then saw a newspaper critique of his 15-footer, he bristled and ruled out subsequent workouts for the 76ers or Warriors. It is no inconvenience because scouts know already what to make of him. "He's a 6-foot-9 Larry Johnson," said the Lakers' assistant general manager, Mitch Kup-chak. Webber has also been compared to Julius Erving, merely because of his glove size. "Huge hands," said Detroit General Manager Billy McKinney. "I don't know if they're the same Kiel had already been demoted to back-up once this season, then came back for the team's only win, against Cleveland. Haering said he didn't want to demote Kiel a second time. "I'm not sure why it didn't work out," Haering said. "Arena football is a different game, with a smaller field, and he just never adjusted tc it. You don't have that much time (to adjust). He had training camp and an exhibition game, and the games since then. If he hadn't made the adjustment by now, then he probably wasn't going to." Ten of the 12 teams in the league make the playoffs, and the Rockers still have a shot. "That was part of the timing," said Haer ing, "but mainly I felt making th( move was the best chance for the players and the franchise to get a win this week." Pease will take over as the starter. David Riley, a Ball State grad who has been on the inactive roster as the third quarterback, will move up behind Pease. Haering and Kiel agreed on one point. A sideline confrontation late in Saturday's game didn't trigger Kiel's release. Both called it a "heat of the moment" dispute. Kiel, 31, is the third leading passer at Notre Dame. He played seven years in the NFL, with Tampa Bay, Green Bay and Indianapolis. Cincinnati may have been the last stop. The Arena League team in Detroit called him Monday, but Kiel said he didn't think he would pursue the opportunity. "I'm fairly sure I'm going to retire from football," he said. "At this point, Detroit isn't something that I'm interested in. I wasn't going to get into Arenaball, but I got in because of (GM) Tom Gregory and because of the location. I don't really want to go to Detroit." BY TOM FRIEND The New York Times The Orlando Magic, who have Ping-Pong balls ready for their trophy case instead of trophies, are queued up first for Wednesday's college draft. Their prize of a year ago, Shaquille O'Neal, has advised them to select Michigan power forward Chris Webber, and although Magic General Manager Pat Williams' response was a lukewarm, "Shaq's not GM, not at last check," they likely will follow that course and select Webber. An alternative, of course, is Brigham Young University's Shawn Bradley, the 7-foot-6-inch missionary who as a child strengthened his grip milking a cow named Olive. "Well, we've contemplated Bradley," Williams said, his voice sounding raspy over his car phone. "You have to decide if Shaq and he could complement each other. I've dreamed of it. They'd be swatting every shot, grabbing every rebound. They'd be pitching shutouts, winning 108-3. That's the best side. The worst side? The worst side is we'd look great in the airport." Yet another alternative is Kentucky small forward Jamal Mash-burn, but that is where the Golden State Warriors come in. This is an intriguing draft if only for its early participants. Orlando, a hair away from reaching last season's playoffs, won the draft lottery with their one determined Ping-Pong ball one out of 66 while Golden State, freakish injuries away from reaching last season's playoffs, got the No. 3 spot. This sets up some possible jux-tapositioning. The Warriors practically a 6-foot-6-and-under team covet Bradley, but so do the Philadelphia 76ers, choosing second. The Magic, if they so Today's games 3 2 111 2 110 1 BY RANDY OPPENHEIMER Enquirer contributor Forty-four days into the season, Rockers quarterback Blair Kiel was fired. Unlike Tony Perez, Kiel, at least, got it in person. The Rockers waived the former Notre Dame star and NFL veteran on Monday, for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. By Monday Kiel was already home in Carmel, Ind. He got the news Sunday morning, in a meeting with coach Joe Haeiing. Forty-four days may be early in baseball, but the Arena Football League season is more than half over, and the Rockers are 1-6. Kiel was benched after three quarters of the Rockers' 27-26 loss to the Arizona Rattlers Saturday. Back-up Brent Pease led a rally in the fourth quarter that fell short when Rusty Fricke missed an extra point with 19 seconds left. Sunday morning Kiel came back to Riverfront Coliseum to go over the films. "Qoe) called me in," Kiel said, "and told me it didn't work out for him and didn't work out for me, and he was going in a different direction." Kiel said he "was caught a little by surprise." "I have a lot of feelings about it, none of which I can say. I'll say that the Gregorys (the Rockers' owners) are good people. I appreciate the fact that I got to meet them and be associated with them." The Rockers have defense, but little offense. They've averaged 27 points per game, not enough to win consistently in Arena Football. "There was no offensive scheme whatsoever," Kiel said. "It was a tough situation. But it's a team game. You win as a team, you lose as a team. That's the way it Knoblauch 2b Reboulet 3b a-Hrbek ph Pagliarulo 3b Puckett cf Winfield dh Harper c Mack If PMunoz rf McCarty lb Meares ss Totals Detroit, which has fallen out of first place in the AL East, has dropped all seven games on the road, outscored, 62-23. Red Sox 4, Brewers 3, at Boston Scott Cooper hit a two-run single in the ninth as Boston rallied to win its season-high seventh straight game. Kevin Reimer's 11th home run of the year, a drive off Paul Quantrill, put Milwaukee ahead 3-2 in the eighth. But Mike Greenwell singled off Jesse Orosco in the ninth, Andre Dawson doubled off Doug Henry (0-2) and Mo Vaughn was walked intentionally, loading the bases. Ernest Riles struck out and Cooper singled on a 3-2 pitch. Royals 4, Rangers 2, at Arlington, Texas Chris Haney struck out a career-high nine batters in 5 innings as Kansas City stopped a three-game losing streak. Indians 2, White Sox O, at Cleveland Jose Mesa (7-5) gave up eight hits in eight shutout innings, and Alvaro Espinoza and Felix Fermin hit consecutive RBI singles in the eighth. NATIONAL LEAGUE REPORT Cardinals close in on Phillies The Associated Press 33 8 12 8 The Associated Press Michigan's Chris Webber is the choice for the No. 1 draft pick of at least one important member of the Magic Shaquille O'Neal. .vs Opp Last 3 Games Teams Time Pitchers W-L ERA Career W-L ERA Chicago Bolton (R) 0-3 7.02 0-0 0-3 7.02 Cleveland 7:05 Clark IR) 2-3 6 06 0-0 1-1 4.91 Detroit Leiter(R) 6-4 4.20 1-0 0-3 11.70 New York 7:30 Kaminiecki (R) 2-2 4.61 1-3 2-1 4.12 Toronto Hentgen(R) 10-2 3.18 1-0 3-0 3.50 Baltimore 7:35 McDonald (R) 4-6 3.54 4-4 2-0 1.45 Milwaukee Navarro (R) 5-4 4 37 5-3 1-1 4,26 Boston 7:36 Sele (R) 1-0 0.00 0-0 1-0 0.00 Seattle Leary (R) 6-3 4.34 4-4 3-0 3.27 Minnesota 8:05 Guardad (L) 0-2 5.51 0-0 0-2 5.51 Kansas City Appier (R) 9-4 3.00 1-1 2-0 1.29 Texas 8:35 Pavlik (R) 3-4 4.14 1-1 1-2 4.34 California Langston (L) 9-2 2.50 5-13 2-1 3 52 Oakland 10:05 Darling (R) 1-4 5.99 2-0 0-1 6.11 FISK'S CAREER CHICAGO - The career statistics for Carlton Fisk, who was waived by fhe Chicago White Sox on Monday: Seattle 001 030 000-4 I 1 Minnesota 000 100 000-1 5 1 a-flied out for Reboulet in the 8th. E-Boone (1), McCarty (2). LOB-Se-attle 6, Minnesota 4. 2B-TMartinez (16), Felder (5). RBIs Griffey Jr (52), Buhner (50), TMartinez (36). SB-Vizquel (8), Magadan (I). CS-Knoblauch (3), McCarty (5). S-Reboulet. SF Griffey Jr. GIDP-Harper, McCarty, DP-Seattle 2 (Boone, Vizquel and TMartinez), (Vizquel, Boone and TMartinez). Seattle IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Flemina W, Year Team Detroit 001 000 100- 2 5 0 New York 012 401 O0x-8 12 1 ' a-struck out for Phillips in the 7th. E-Gallego (4). LOB-Detrolt 7, New York 8. 2B-BWilliams (II), Gallego (9) 3B-James (2). HR-Mattingly (5) off Groom, Tettleton (20) off Key. RBIs Fry-man (47), Tettleton (63), BWilliams 2 (35), Boggs (32), Mattingly 2 (22), Leyritz (33), James (20), Gallego (19). SB-Cuyler (13). S Kelly. SF-Fryman, Leyritz. GIDP-Gladden, James. DP-Detroif 1 (Fryman, Phillips and Fielder); New York 1 (Boggs, Kelly and Mattingly). Detroit IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Moore L, 5-5 3Va 7 7 7 3 0 60 6.22 TBolton 2-3 2 0 0 0 1 19 5.31 Groom 4 3 1 1 2 1 60 4.08 New York IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Key W, 10-2 Vh 4 2 2 4 8 127 2.30 Monteleone Vh I 0 0 0 3 22 3.93 IBB-off Moore (Mattingly) 1. WP-Moore, Groom. Umpires-Home, Welke; First, Reed; Second, Merrill, Third, Hirschbeck, T-2:48. A-34,582. G RBI Avg. 0 .000 6 .313 Wednesday's games 3-1 8 5 1 1 3 2 115 3.51 79 263 Charlton S, 15 HR 0 15 134 125 56 87 124 169 162 87 138 89 127 141 134 487 0 2 22 26 11 10 17 26 20 10 18 7 14 26 91 ChiA . 134 460 42 111 18 74 .241 92 ChiA. 62 188 12 43 3 21 .229 93 ChiA. 25 53 2 10 1 4.119 Totals ...2499 8756 1276 2356 376 1330 .269 Championship Series Year Team G AB R H HR RBI Avq. 75 Bos vs. Oak 3 12 4 5 0 2 .417 83 ChiA vs. Bal 4 17 0 3 0 0 .176 Totals 7 4 I 0 2 .276 World Series Year Team G AB R H HR RBI Avg. 75 Bos vs. Cln 7 25 5 6 2 4 .240 All-Star Games Year Team AB R H HR RBI Avg. 72 AL at Atl 2 1 1 0 0 .500 73 AL at KC 2 0 0 0 0 .000 76 AL at Phi 1 0 0 0 0 .000 77 AL at NYY 2 0 0 0 0 .000 78 AL at SD 2 0 0 0 1 .000 80 AL at LA 2 0 0 0 0 .000 BlALatde 3 11 0 0 .333 82 AL at Mori 2 0 0 0 0 .000 85 AL at Min 2 0 0 0 0 .000 91 AL at Tor 2 0 1 0 0 .500 Totals 20 2 3 0 1 .ISO Detroit at New York, 7:30 p.m Milwaukee at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Kansas City at Texas, 8:35 p.m. and slept on the floor for two years. The Warriors, meanwhile, are treating their pick like a state secret. Coach and General Manager Don Nelson has been a recluse but is said to admire swing man Anfernee Hardaway as much as Mashburn. It is possible Golden State will draft Hardaway, team him with their other Hardaway in the backcourt and trade Owens and Marciulionis for a veteran center. Cleveland's Brad Daugherty and Washington's Pervis Ellison are on their wish list. Webber, whose hometown of Detroit is host to the draft, is throwing a post-draft party at his house for all the players. 1 0 0 0 0 I 6 t;a Minnesota IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA size as Doc's, but people always ask about Chris' shot, and the first thing I notice is his hand size. Go through the history of the game, and people with hands the size of Julius and Chris have trouble shooting." Webber's hands are nonetheless dexterous, partly because he is a video-game addict. When NBC had a camera in his home during the league finals, Webber was playing a video game rather than watching the Bulls. Bradley, who spent the last 24 months on an Australian mission, refused a Magic workout because of his rustiness. Skeptics say Bradley is too frail, but, in the outback, he carried around an 8-foot futon Tapani L, 3-9 Chicago at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Toronto at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. Seattle at Minnesota. 8:05 p.m. California at Oakland, 10:05 p.m Sunday's games 5 0 4 I I 3 1 14 3.0T 69 Bos ... 71 Bos ... 72 Bos ... 73 Bos ... 74 Bos ... 75 Bos ... 76 Bos ... 77 Bos ... 78 Bos ... 79 Bos ... 80 Bos ... 81 CtliA . 82 ChiA . 83 ChiA . 84 ChiA . 85 ChiA . 86 ChiA . 87 ChiA 88 ChiA . 89 ChiA , 90 ChiA Casian 10 0 0 0 0 8 0.66 uDD-hu Tannni IRonnp) Umoil'PS 61 .293 71 .246 26 .299 52 .331 58 .255 102 .315 88 .284 42 .272 62 .289 45 .263 65 .267 86 . 289 43 . 231 107 .238 63 .221 71 .256 50 .277 68 .293 65 .285 Home, Ford, First, Young; Second, Meriweth er; Third, oarcia. i a v,oio. New York 9, Baltimore 5 Minnesota 2, California 0 Texas 4, Oakland 0 Boston 8, Detroit 2 Toronto 5, Milwaukee 4 Chicago 6, Seattle 4 Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2 83 21 129 37 101 14 116 23 70 19 110 13 129 18 REDS AVERAGES MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS BASEBALL TODAY ST. LOUIS Lee Smith saved his 15th game in June and St. Louis moved closer to first-place Philadelphia with a 3-1 victory Monday night. Smith has saved each of the Cardinals' last nine victories and leads the major leagues with 29. The 15 saves is a major league record for one month. The Cardinals, who have won five straight and 10 of their last 12, climbed to within 6V2 games of the Phillies in the NL East. Pirates 9, Expos 5, 10 innings at Montreal Lonnie Smith's bases-loaded walk sparked Pittsburgh's four-run 10th inning. The win was the Pirates' ninth in their last 11 games after losing seven straight. Cubs 4, Padres 3, at San Diego Candy Maldonado drove in his third run of the game with an llth-inning single. American League National League (Through Sunday's games) (Based on 3.1 plate appearances per num. ber of games team has played) Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising (Through Sunday's games) (Based on 3.1 plate appearances per number of games team has played) Wingfield: UC recruit shows promise OH15-10, Hamilton Scattered MR 4115.19 of the Revised Code of Sites (Hamilton, Ohio , v) Proi lowest responsive bidder. The Authority at it's discretion may elect to delete one or more of the identified delete Items the State of Ohio. The Council G AB R H ect OH15-K. Dayton Lane Gar dens (Hamihon, Ohio); vi) Re of the City of Forest Park, Ohio, reserves the right to UC fans are holding their 52 104 47 75 CONTINUED FROM PAGE Dl bounds, four steals and five assists moval and encapsulation of (listed in alternate section of the specifications) from the 227 255 212 241 257 272 Galarraga, Col 57 Bonds, SF 74 Merced, Pit 67 Kruk, Phi 70 Piazza, LA 69 Jefferies, StL 69 1941 - In a doubleheader against the Washlnqton Senators, New York's Joe Di-Maggio tied and broke the American League record of hitting safely In 41 consecutive games. DiMagglo doubled in four at-bats in the opener and singled in five at-bats in the second game to break the record held by the St. Louis Browns' George Sisler, set in 1922. 1968 - Detroit's Jim Northrup hit his third grand siam home run in a week as the Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox, 5-2. June 29 1916 - The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds played a nine-inning game with just one baseball. 1923 - Brooklyn's Jacques Fournier went 6 for 6 with a home run, two doubles and three triples as the Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 14-5. 1937 - The Chicago Cubs' first baseman, Rip Collins, played an entire game without a putout or an assist. load base paint at various scattered sites in Hamilton, Ohio waive irregularities ano ro re-lect any or all bids. Ray Hodges, City Manager. 31348 base bid prior to award. Should Pet. .414 .357 .349 344 .33! .331 328 .328 .327 .326 257 229 302 248 234 269 204 278 231 261 Olerud, Tor 74 Gonzalez, Tex 61 Molitor, Tor 75 O'Neill, NY 67 Hamilton, Mil 58 Lofton, Cle 70 Whitaker, Det 63 Griffey Jr, Sea .... 73 Harper, Mln 66 Thomas, Chi 71 Each bid must contain the name of each and every person interested therein. A certified funds remain after the award of Bids II and III, Bid I shall be awarded to the lowest responsive bidder. The Authority at ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS The annual meeting of members of The Community Mutual Insurance Company will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Juty 29, 1993, at 221 E. Fourth Street, Suite 2600, Cincinnati, Ohio for the purposes of (i) the election of individuals to the board of directors, (ii) voting upon amended articles of incorporation and (iii) such other business as may come before the meeting or any adjournment of adjournments thereof. 35319 LEGAL NOTICE RoThompson, SF .66 253 McGee.SF 66 241 Vizcaino, Chi 70 263 Bagwell, Hou 73 276 check upon a solvent bank pay t s discretion may elect to de Separate, sealed bids will be able to the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority or a satis lete one or more of the Identified delete items (listed In al RUNS-Dykstra, Philadelphia, 67; received by the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, Butler County, Ohio until 2:00 pm factory oio oono executed Dy a surety company, In an amount equal to five (5) percent of the bid shall be submitted with local time on juiy is, ivvj ar which time they will be opened at the Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority, 4110 Hamil-ton-Miodletown Road, Hamil each bid and conditioned that if ternate section ot the specifications) from the base bid prior to award. Attention is called to both the Equal Employment Opportunity and the Minority Business Enterprise Provisions which are printed in Fisk released by White Sox the bid Is accepted, a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly se cured to tne satisfaction ot tne the rnntrart nr..-, ,..,.,. . a Butler Metropolitan Housing ton, Ohio 45011, and publicly read aloud and tabulated, for the following projects: Comprehensive Improvement Assistance Pnxjram 911: Copies of - - - - UUVUMIVIII . mandatory ore-bid conference Authority in an amount equal to mit evidence thai it is a Minority Business Enterprise as certified by the State Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinator, Proposals must contain the full name of the party or parties submitting the same and all persons interested therein. Each bidder must submit evidence of its experiences on projects of similar size and complexity, and a complete listing of all subcontractors to be used. The owner intends and requires that this project be completed no later than November 19, 1993. Bidders must comply with the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) requirements set forth in Section 164.07 of the Ohio Revised Code, and Rule 164-1-32 of the Ohio Administrative Code. In part, this means that any bidder to the extent that it subcontracts work, shall award subcontracts to certified Minority Business Enterprises In an aggregate dollar value of no less than five percent (5) of the prime contract. Bidder procurement activities, to the extent that it procures materials andor services, shall result in the award of procurement contracts to certified Minority Business Enterprises in an aggregate dollar value of no less than two percent (2) of the prime contract. The bid specifications provide further details on these requirements. All contractors and subcontractors involved with the protect, will, to the extent practicable use Ohio products, materials, services and labor In the implementation of their orolect. Additionally, one nunoreo i iuuj percenr or NOTEBOOK thp bid i nc successful bidder .reru Uli JU,v lyyj ,(, 2:00 pm local time. This pre-bid conference shall be held at But- Ipr Mf'trnnnlitan Un.,!.. a.. will be required to furnish and (Through Sunday's game) HITTING Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI E SB AVG Dibble 17 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 Mitchell 58 207 34 77 14 2 11 45 6 0 .372 Branson 43 96 9 32 5 0 1 6 4 2 .333 Kellv -73 305 40 97 16 3 8 33 1 20 .318 Larkin 73 285 42 89 12 2 4 38 11 12 .312 Morris 18 77 9 23 1 0 0 7 1 0 .299 Varsho 35 47 3 13 5 0 0 7 0 0 .277 Milligan 60 187 24 50 8 1 3 21 3 0 .267 Smiley 17 30 2 8 1 0 0 5 0 0 .267 Sanders 72 252 40 67 7 1 11 37 3 12 .266 Brumfield 26 31 3 8 2 0 0 2 0 1 .258 Roberts 66 256 43 64 12 0 1 18 5 23 .250 Sabo 62 240 37 59 10 0 8 38 5 5 .246 Oliver 69 237 20 56 18 0 6 37 3 0 .236 Wilson 25 48 5 11 2 0 0 4 1 0 .229 Riio .17 38 1 8 1 0 0 1 0 0 .211 Samuel 38 74 12 14 1 1 2 6 2 2 .189 Browning 13 24 340013 0 0 .167 Pugh 16 26 040000 1 0 .154 Belcher 15 35 1 5 1 0 0 1 2 0 .143 Roper 4 7 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 .143 Foster 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Reardon 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Cadaret 30 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Wickander 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Ayala 18 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 Landrum 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 OTHERS 108 11 19 J 0 J J J J .176 Totals 2619 340 710 118 10 57 322 54 80 .271 PITCHING Player G W L IP ER H R BB SO SV ERA Foster ..17 2 2 25.67 5 23 8 5 16 0 1.75 Reardon . ..27 1 1 27.33 8 26 12 3 12 6 2.63 Wickander ...9 1 0 9.00 3 7 4 3 6 0 3.00 Avala 18 3 3 32.33 11 23 17 15 16 3 3.06 Riio 17 6 3 118.33 42 99 43 26 100 0 3.20 Belcher 15 6 5 98.67 37 84 39 30 64 0 3.37 Dibble ....17 1 0 17.33 7 10 10 19 20 7 3.64 Landrum ..18 0 2 21 67 9 18 9 6 14 0 3.74 Cadaret ....30 2 1 27.67 15 33 16 19 20 1 4.88 .Roper 4 1 1 14.00 8 15 8 5 7 0 5.14 Smiley 17 3 9 101.0 60 106 63 29 59 0 5.35 Pugh 16 3 9 78.33 47 101 52 25 39 0 5.40 Browning ... 13 4 3 65.67 43 103 43 16 35 0 5.89 OTHERS ... 3 1 36.67 21 44 27 15 29 0 5.15 Totals 36 40 673.00 316 692 351 216 437 17 4.22 Disabled list. OTHERS-reassigned or traded. breath, however, awaiting results of Wingfield's final attempts at the college entrance requirements. He should learn his final SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) score this week, said his prep coach Willie Boston. He also awaits his final ACT (American College Test) score, which he should learn in early July. To be eligible next season, he must meet the required score on one of the tests. Harrison said: "If he doesn't make it, he plans to enroll in school here and sit out the year. That's the plan for now." It was hard to tell if Wingfield caused the house to be packed Monday, since attendance has been strong for the summer games. However, about 80 of the crowd departed after Wingfield's game, even though one game still pay for satistactory perform' the specifications, drawings, instructions to bidders, and proposal forms may be obtained at the office of DHArchitects, Inc. 5306 S. Gilmore Rd., Fair as a senior. Steve Gentry, the Xavier University guard, was on the opposing team Monday. Gentry and Wingfield once had words after a brief shoving match, with Wingfield pawing Gentry away with a huge, open-palmed right hand. "It was just a little show for the fans," Gentry said, smiling afterward. Of Wingfield's play, Gentry said, "He's all right, he just needs a little time. You can tell he's going to be a good player." UC assistant coach Larry Harrison, who viewed Monday's game from the stands, said Wingfield can play better. "They were all in lifting weights today, so they're all a little tight and sore," Harrison said. "He's going to make our team so much better ... I think the people saw that tonight." thorlty, 4110 Hamilton-Middle- Darnell Burton, is out of town. Current UC player Keith Gregor (13 points) also played on Wing-field's team, as did former UC stars Erik Martin (13) and Anthony Buford (10). The league features mostly current and former college players. Flint, himself a national prep entity, said Wingfield is the best big man in his class. "I've seen them all," said Flint. "Rasheed Wallace, Rashard Griffith. None of them can do as many things as Don." Said former UC guard Tarrance Gibson, who also plays in the league: "He's going to need Coach (Bob) Huggins to work with him, but his high school numbers speak for themselves." Wingfield led his prep team, Albany Westover, to an unprecedented four Georgia state titles and averaged 22 points, 14 re field. Oh o 45014. A refundable ,yw rswau, nailKKUn, WniO. All bidders must be In attendance Butler Metropolitan Housing Aiithnrltu mil n. ' deposit of $100.00 is required, ance and payment bonds or bond. No bid may be withdrawn for at least sixty (60) days after the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. The Butler Metropolitan Housing Authority will award the con payable to bmha. ine oeposn must be a certified check upon I, K, TIW- execu tive Director. To be advertised: sovent bank, such deposit jvtiv t, ityo ana juiy 6, 993 29517 tract to the lowest and best bid will only be refunded to each person who submits a bid and returns the plans, specifica for each separate bid Bid . Bid II and Bid III) but reserves the Bonds, San Francisco, 58, Kruk, Philadelphia, 55; Daulton, Philadelphia, 52; MaWil-liams, San Francisco, 51; JaBeli, Pittsburgh, 51, Bigglo, Houston, 49. RBI MaWilliams, San Francisco, 64; Bonds, San Francisco, 60; Daulton, Philadelphia, 59; Galarraga, Colorado, 57, Piazza, Los Angeles, 52, Grace, Chicago, 52, Incavig-lia, Philadelphia, 51. HITS Kelly, Cincinnati, 97; Galarraga, Colorado, 94, Bonds, San Francisco, 91, Butler, Los Angeles, 91; Bagwell, Houston, 90; Jefferies, St. Louis, 90; JaBell, Pittsburgh, 90. DOUBLES Grace, Chicago, 23; Bichette, Colorado, 22; Dykstra, Philadelphia, 22; Cordero, Montreal, 20; 7 are tied with 19. TRIPLES-Castilla, Colorado, 6; Mor-andini, Philadelphia, 6; DLewis, San Francisco, 6; Coleman, New York, 6. HOME RUNS-MaWilliams, San Francisco, 21; Bonds, San Francisco, 21, Bonilla, New York, 18; Gant, Atlanta, 16; McGriff, San Diego, 16, Piazza, Los Angeles, 15, Justice, Atlanta, 15; Daulton, Philadelphia, 15. STOLEN BASES-Coleman, New York, 33, DLewis, San Francisco, 28; Carr, Florida, 28, Roberts, Cincinnati, 23; Dyksfra, Philadelphia, 22, EDavis, Los Angeles, 22. PITCHING (I Declslonsl-TGreene, Philadelphia, 9-1. .900, 2.96; Kile, Houston, 8-1, .389, 2,27, Black, San Francisco, M, .875, 3.46; Burkett, San Francisco, 11-2, .846, 3.25; Avery, Atlanta, 9-2, .818, 2.79; Glavine, Atlanta, 9-3, .750, 2.91. Arocha, St. Louis, 6-2, 750, 3,07; Hill, Montreal, 6-2, .750, 2.62. STRIKEOUTS-Rijo, Cincinnati, 100, Benes, San Diego, 96; Smoltz, Atlanta, 95, GMaddux, Atlanta, 92; Harnisch, Houston, 88; T Greene, Philadelphia, 83. SAVES-LeSmlth, St. Louis, 28; MfWil-Hams, Philadelphia, 23; Beck, San Francisco, 22, Harvey, Florida, 22, Myers, Chicago, 22; Stanton, Atlanta, 20; Wetteland, Montreal, ' I L tions, and other documents in RUNS-White, Toronto, 63; Molitor, Toronto, 61; RAIomar, Toronto, 55; Lofton, Cleveland, 54; Fielder, Detroit, 53; Olerud, Toronto, 52; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 52. RBI-Fielder, Detroit, 64, Belle, Cleveland, 63; Tettleton, Detroit, 62, Carter, Toronto, 62, Baerga, Cleveland, 60, Thomas, Chicago, 59; Olerud, Toronto, 59. HITS-Olerud, Toronto, 104, Molitor, Toronto, 99, McRae, Kansas City, 90, Griffey Jr, Seattle, 88; Lofton, Cleveland, 87, RAIomar, Toronto, 87. DOUBLES-Olerud, Toronto, 31; White, Toronto, 23; Anderson, Baltimore, 20; Carter, Toronto, 20; MVaughn, Boston, 19; Thomas, Chicago, 19; Palmer, Texas, 19; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 19. TRIPLES-Hulse, Texas, 7; Cuyler, Detroit, 7; Lofton, Cleveland, 6; LJohnson, Chicago, 6. HOME RUNS Belle Cleveland, 20, Griffey Jr, Seattle, 20, Gonzalez, Texas, 19; Fielder, Detroit, 19; Tettleton, Detroit, 19, Carter, Toronto, 18; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 17. STOLEN BASES-Curtis, California, 33; Lofton, Cleveland, 33; RHenderson, Oakland, 25; RAIomar, Toronto, 23. PITCHING (8 Decisions)-Wickman, New York, 8-1, .889, 4.30; Guzman, Toronto, 7-1, .875, 4.69, Henlgen, Toronto, 10-2, .833, 3.18; Wells, Detroit, 9-2, .818, 2.93; Key, New York, 9-2, B18, 2.30; Langston, California, 9-2, .818, 2.50; Sutcliffe, Baltimore, 8-2, 800, 4.45. STRIKEOUTS-RJohnson, Seattle, 147; Langston, California, 102; Clemens, Boston, 98, Perez, New York, 96; Hanson, Seat-tie, 93; Guzman, Toronto, 90. SAVES-Montgomery, Kansas City, 22; Olson, Baltimore, 21, DWard, Toronto, 21, Agullera, Minnesota, 21; Farr, New York, 18; Russell, Boston, 16; Eckersley, Oakland, 15. oood condition within (15) days City of Forest Park, Ohio Hamilton County Legal Notice Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk, Municipal Building, City of Forest Park, Hamilton County, 1201 W. Kemper Road, 45240, until 11:30 A.M. local time on Tuesday, July 20, 1993, for furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment necessary to complete project known as HANOVER DRIVE, NORTHLAND to KEMPER, ROADWAY REPAIR and RESURFACING, and at said time and place, publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents, bid sheets, plans and specifications can be obtained at Forest Park Municipal Building for $30.00 (per set) (non-refundable); plans requested by mail will be an additional $5.00 per set. Checks shall be made payable to City of Forest Park, Ohio. Specifications will also be on file In the plan room of the F,W. Dodge Corporation and CDS Associates, Inc., 11120 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, Each bidder is required to furnish with his proposal, a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond in accordance with Section 153.54 of the Ohio Revised Code. Bid security furnished In Bond form shall be Issued by a Surety Company or Corporation licensed In the State of Ohio to provide said surety. This project is a Minority Buslntss En right to waive formalities, accept or reiect any and all bids Fisk surpassed Bob Boone's record last week by catching for the 2,226th time. He played in a total of 2,499 games during 22 seasons with the White Sox and Boston Red Sox. Fisk's dramatic 12th-in-ning homer beat the Reds in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. CANSECO SURGERY: Texas outfielder Jose Canseco received a second medical opinion that confirmed the club's diagnosis a complete ligament tear in his right elbow that will require surgery. Canseco's elbow was examined Monday by Dr. Frank Jobe in In-glewood, Calif., club officials said. Surgery would end Canseco's season but have him back in time for spring training next year. He is As noted herein, the bidding format includes three separate bids and deletete alternates to The Associated Press CLEVELAND Carlton Fisk, who hit one of baseball's most riveting home runs and went on to catch more games than any major leaguer, was released Monday by the Chicago White Sox. The move was long expected because of the 45-year-old's feud with management over his diminished playing time as he chased the catching record. "I know a bunch of fans out there and some people will be upset with me, but my job here is to win," White Sox General Manager Ron Schueler said. "Maybe we were a little bit unfair. He didn't get an opportunity to play on a daily basis, where probably the throwing would have ailvi uiu uKeiuiiy. Diua aiian received for general construction work. The three separate bids are listed below: BID I: i) Project OH15-1, Bambo Harris (Hamilton, Ohio); II) Project OH15-2, Riverside Homes be submitted with each bid. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received by Park Town Cooperative Homes, Inc 858 Wade Walk, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214, (513) 721-6080, until Tuesday at 12:00 Noon on July 20, 1993, tor various repairs, replacements, and Improve ments to 44 buildings, containing 322 apartments, and grounds, located at Linn and Liberty Steets, estimated cost S2.4 million. The Work Is divided been improved and the catching would have been improved. But right now I just felt this is the move I had to make." Schueler told Fisk of the move Monday at the team's hotel in Cleveland. Fisk checked out by Monday evening and was not available for comment. "I wouldn't say he was shocked," Schueler said. "It was more disappointment and disbelief." Added White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf: "It is not fair to (manager) Gene Lamont and to our fans to carry somebody who can't possibly help the ballclub." Should the total base Did ax (Hamilton. Ohio) - al work ex cept replacing window sills, BID contractor compliance with the ceed the approved budget amount, the Authority at it's option may reiect all bids or award one or more contracts based on the following priority II: proiect UHlb-j, Henry equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Adminis Long Towers (Hamilton, Ohio); trative Code Chapter 123, the Governor's Executive Order of In ranked order: Bid Ii shall be ID troieci i own- house (Mlddletown. Ohio); ill) 1972 and Governor's Executive Project OH15-5, John Ross Order B4-9 shall be required. Hunt lowers ivtiaoterown Ohio); BID III: I) Project Bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements In Hamilton Cnuntv and the City of Forest mio u worn croups: ( 1 ) kitchen cablnots, vinyl flooring sinks, disposers, wiring, aoon-ances, p-traps, medicine cabinets, closet doors, entry doors hardware, carpentry repairs misc. painting; (2) ga furnaces, water heaters; (3) iu. mlnum replacement windows (4) shingle roofing,, gutters downspouts, sofflta rtnp: awarded first to the lowest responsive bidder. The Authority at It's discretion may elect to delete one or more ot the identified delete Items (listed In alternative section of the specifications) from the base bid prior to award. Should funds remain after the award of Bid, II, Bid III shell be awarded to the OH15-2, Riverside Homes (Hamilton, Ohio) - replacement of window sills only; II) Project OH15-4A, Townhomes West (Middletown, Ohio); III) Proiect OH15HB. Townhomes East For complete coverage of sports happenings, become a daily reader of Cincinnati Enquirer sports pages j 1 -I Park, Ohio, as ascertained and determined by the Department of industrial Relations as pro batting .255 with 10 home runs. terprise (Mnfe) Set-Aside Project. Each f-'der must sub- (MldgStown, Ohlol. lv) Project vided In Section 41 15.03 through r S3

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