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Thursday, September 19. 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER BaseballC-5 Reds plate with Manwaring, Scott was out. The Reds, though, did get a run when Mariano Duncan singled in Hatcher, tying the game at 1-1. Tribe names former Ohio State AD Bay HBP-by Armstrong (Bass) PB-DScott Umpires-Home, Marsh; First, irVendeistedt, Second. Pu, Third WWams. T-2 28. A-WSO. How the runs scored Giants' second: (Armstrong pitching) Leonard doubted. Manwaring Hied out, moving Leonard to third- Benta-mm hit a sacrifice tly, scoring Leonard. Wilson grounded out. One run, one Int. Giants, 1-0. Rids' fifth: ( Wilson pitching) Scott singled. Armstrong struck out Hatcher doubled. Scott was out at the plate. Duncan singled, scoring Hatcher. Duncan went to second on the throw. Sabo flied out. One run, three nits. Score, l-l. Giants' sixth: Bass walked Williams fouled out Leonard walked, moving Bass to second. Manwermg singled, scoring Bass and moving Leonard to second. Benjamin grounded out, moving Leonard to third and Manwaring to second. Wilson singled, scoring Leonard and Manwaring McGee lined out. Three runs, two hits. Giants, 4-1. Reds' seventh: Quinones lined out. Scott popped out. Jones pinch hit for Armstrong. Jones homered. Hatcher CINCINNATI Hatcher H Duncan Saooft Davis cf CMartinez lb CNeil rf Quinones 2b DScott c Armstrong p CJonesph KiOrossp Totals SAN FRANCISCO abrhbi 4 110 McGee cl 4 0 11 RThompsonft 4 0 0 0 Kinuery lb 3 0 0 0 Anderson lb 4 0 10 Basslt 4 0 0 0 MaWiliams 3b 3 0 0 0 Leonard rt 4 0 10 DLewis cf 2 0 0 0 Manwaring c 1111 Benjamin ss 0 0 0 0 TWilson p 33 2 S 2 Totals abrhbi 5 0 10 4 12 0 3 o or 1112 12 10 4 0 0 0 2 2 10 10 0 0 4 12 1 3 0 0 1 4 0 12 32 7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CLEVELAND - University of Minnesota Athletic Director Rick Bay was named Wednesday to succeed the retiring Hank Peters as president of the Cleveland Indians. Bay, 48, will become executive had O'Neill if he made an accurate throw. The low throw couldn't be handled by Mike Kingery. It went for an E-5. It all became pretty meaningless when Donnie Scott led off in the fifth with a single to right. For the catcher, it was his second straight hit. He had his first hit for the Reds in the seventh inning of their 5-3 loss Tuesday night in Los Angeles. With Scott on first and one out, Billy Hatcher roped a double down the left field line. Scott was held up at first by third base coach Sam Perlozzo. But after Kevin Bass had trouble with it in the corner, Perlozzo sent Scott home. In football-type collision at the CONTINUED FROM PAGE C-l Wilson was tough on the Reds from the outset, no-hitting them through the first four innings. Wilson was a little wild, walking two in the first two innings. The first error a high throw to first base by shortstop Mike Benjamin on Chris Sabo's first inning grounder was clearly one. The second, which came in the fourth was questionable. After Wilson struck out the first two batters in the inning, O'Neill hit a tough hopper to Matt Williams at third. Granted, Williams had to make a tough back hit grab. But once he fielded, he could have Cincinnati.- .0O0 010 100-2 San Francisco-.-. -.010 003 30x 7 E-Sabo (8), MaWilliams (15), Benjamin (3). DP-Cln-cinnati I. LOB-Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 7. 2B Hatcher (23), Leonard (6). HR-CJones (2), Anderson (2). SF- H R ER BB SO yiuunueu uui. ivm, .., - Giants seventh: (Gross pitching) Thompson singled. Anderson homered, scoring Thompson. Bass walked. Bass went to second on Scott's passed ball. Williams reached on Sabo's throwing error, moving Bass to third. Lewis hit into a double play, scoring Bass and erasing Williams. Manwaring singled. Benjamin grounded out. Three runs, three hits. Giants, 7-2. Beniamin. Cincinnati Armstrong L.7-12 KiGross San Francisco TWilsonW.lHO vice president of the American League club Oct. 1, then become president when the 67-year-old Peters retires Jan. 1. John Hart, 42, director of baseball opera 5 2 2 2 5 Dodgers flip heads over tails THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK The Los Angeles Dodgers won the coin toss Wednesday to determine the site of a National League West tie-breaker game, should one be necessary with the Atlanta Braves. The toss was held in NL president Bill White's office with general managers Fred Claire of Los Angeles and John Schuerholz of Atlanta participating via conference call. Claire made the call. It was heads. So, if the division is tied at the end of the regular season on Oct. 6, a playoff game would be held the next day at Dodger Stadium. I i n "-i """ j -' - mm 7v mm IT'S A CITY-WIDE SELL A BRATION OF OUR NEWEST STORE IN EASTGATE MALL ENTER TO WIN TODAY! r.- YOU COULD BE OUR Address MWT WTMTW.P! I city . tions for the In- Rick Bay dians, will become general manager and vice president of baseball operations, Peters said. Bay has "a remarkable background in sports administration," club chairman and co-owner Richard E. Jacobs said in announcing the appointment of Bay, who has worked for the New York Yankees and as athletic director at Ohio State, the University of Oregon, and Minnesota. Bay said he was hired more for his administrative abilities than his knowledge of baseball and held off commenting on the Indians, who are locked in last place in the AL East. The Indians haven't won a pennant since 1954. "I don't have any strong opinions one way or another," Bay said. Gwynn has surgery SAN DIEGO San Diego Padres right fielder Tony Gwynn, who was chasing his fifth National League batting title, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Wednesday and likely will be lost for the rest of the season, team Dr. Jan Fronek said. Gwynn, who led the NL in hitting for most of the season, had been bothered by the knee since sliding into second base at Houston in early August. Greenwell to rejoin Sox BOSTON The injury to Boston left fielder Mike Greenwell isn't as serious as first thought and he could rejoin the Red Sox within a week. Greenwell underwent tests Wednesday which showed he escaped serious injury in a fall while running out a grounder Tuesday night against Baltimore. Dr. Arthur Pappas, the Red Sox' physician,' said tests at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester indicate that Greenwell may be back within one week, spiking the early word that he could be out for the season. Expos ready to re-open MONTREAL The doors to Olympic Stadium may re-open Friday night, but Tom Foley, a Montreal Expos infielder, is among those who doesn't expect a large spin of the turnstiles. 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