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8 — MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1998 ts THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL, THE DAY IN SPORTS BASEBALL East Division Atlanta New York 1 Philadelphia 1 Montreal Florida , Central Division . Chicago • Houston Pittsburgh • Milwaukee • St. Louis ' Cincinnati ;' West Division '. San Francisco San Diego Los Angeles Colorado Arizona National League w 44 33 28 24 17 W 37 37 31 29 29 28 W 39 38 31 26 20 L 19 24 31 37 44 L 24 24 31 30 32 35 L 24 25 31 37 43 Pet. .698 .579 .475 .393 .279 B 14 19 26 49 Broona. Philadelphia, 49. HITS—Bichette. Colorado, 87. Glanville. Philadelphia. 84- MaGrace, Chicago. 81: Sosa, Chicago. 79; ChJones. Atlanta. 73: Galarraga. Atlanta, 77; Castilla, Colorado. 75, Gwynn. San Diego. 75. DOUBLES—Fullmer, Montreal. 27; LWalker, Colorado, 27, BBoone. Cincinnati, 22; JKent, San Francisco, 21; Bonds, San Francisco, 21; DYoung. Cincinnati. 20: Biggio. Houston. 20: Bichette. Colorado. 20. TRIPLES—DeShields. St. Louis, 6: Glanville. Philadelphia, 5; Collier. Pittsburgh, 4; NPerez. Colorado. 4; AJones. Atlanta. 4: Hollandsworth. Los Angeles. 4; Vina. Milwaukee. 4; Alou. Houston. 4; GB Pet. .607 — .607 — .500 6 1/2 SFmiey. San Diego. 4. HOME RUNS—MCI . .492 .475 .444 7 8 10 GB Pel. .619 .603 .500 71/2 .413 13 .317 19 American League East Division New York Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Detroit Kansas City West Division Texas Anaheim Seattle Oakland W 44 35 31 29 26 W 37 27 24 23 22 W 37 34 27 26 L 13 25 31 33 35 L 24 33 36 35 38 L 24 26 35 34 Pet. GB .772 — .583101/2 .50015 1/2 .468171/2 .426 20 Pet. GB .607 — .450 9 1/2 .400121/2 .39712 1/2 .367141/2 Pet. GB .607 — .567 2 1/2 .435 10 1/2 .433101/2 _____________ McGwire. St. Louis, 26; Galarraga. Atlanta. 23; Castitla. Colorado. 22; GVaughn. San Diego 2V Sosa Chicago, 19; ChJones. Atlanta, 16; Mondesi, Los Angeles. 14; Bonds, San Francisco, 14. STOLEN BASES— EcYoung. Los Angeles, 26: Womack, Pittsburgh, 20: Biggio, Houston, 20; Renteria, Florida. 18; Stynes. Cincinnati, 14; DeShields, St. Louis, 14; RWhite. Montreal, 13. PITCHING (9 Decisions)— GMaddux. Atlanta, 9-2, 818. 1.69; Millwood, Atlanta. 8-2. .800. 4.07: Schmidt. Pittsburgh, 8-2. .800, 3 51; Glavine, Atlanta, 8-2, .800. 2 10- Lima Houston. 7-2. .778. 2.99; RMartinez, Los Angeles. 7-2. .778. 2.70; Wood. Chicago, 6-2, .750. 279 STRIKEOUTS— Schilling. Philadelphia, 134; Wood, Chicago. 94; Stottlemyre, St. Louis. 93; Reynolds. Houston, 82; RMartinez. Los Angeles, 80; KBrown, San Diego. 76; GMaddux, Atlanta. 76. SAVES — Nen, San Francisco, 18; Shaw, Cincinnati. 17; Hoffman. San Diego. 16; Beck, Chicago. 16; BWagner, Houston. 15; Urbina, Montreal. 14; JFranco, New York, 13. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING— IRodnguez. Texas, .372; TWalker, Minnesota, 348; BWilliams. New York, .346; Segui, Seattle, .344; O'Neill. New York, .330; OJeter, New York, .329; Brosius. New York. .328. RUNS— Grrrley Jr. Seattle. 55; DJeter, New York. 53; Durham. Chicago. 50; Thome, Cleveland. 49; Grieve, Oaklend, 48; ARodriguez. Seattle. 47; TGoodwin, Texas, 47. RBI-OuGonzalez, Texas. 77; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 57; Easley, Detroit. 51; Thome, Cleveland, 49; O'Neill. New York, 47; ARodriguez. Seattle, 46; Belle, Chicago, 45; RPalmelro, Baltimore, 45. HITS— (Rodriguez, Texas. 83; McCracken. Tampa Bay, 80; MVaughn, Boston, 79; Erstad, Anaheim, 78; Slmas (8) and Kreuter; Je.Gonzalez. Steenstra (7), Mulholland (7), Pisclotta (9) and Servais. W— Je Gonzalez 5-5. L—Slrotka. 6-6. HRs—Chicago White Sox, M.Ordonez (7). Chicago Cubs. Sosa (19), J.Hemandez (7). San Diego 101 040 065 — 17 15 1 Texas 102000302 - 8 9 1 Langston C Reyes (6), Miceli (7), Hoffman (9) and Romero C Hernandez (8); Witt, Gunderson (7). D Patterson (8). Crablree (8), Bailes (B). Levine (9) and I Rodriguez. W—Miceli, 5-2. L—D.Patterson. 1-2. HRs—San Diego. GVaughn (21). Texas. W.Clark (9). Los Angeles 100105000 - 7 12 2 Seattle 000 000 103 - 413 1 DC. Columbus NY-NJ Miami New England Tampa Say 12 7 7 5 4 3 12 23 38 21 24 19 22 11 12 10 20 9 ' 16 26 18 23 29 25 28 W 12 7 B 5 6 Drerlort, Guthrie (9). Radinsky (9), Osuna (9) and C Johnson; Mover, B.Wells (6), Spoliarlc (8). McCarthy (9) and D.Wilson. W—Orerlorl, 4-5. L— Mover, 3-6. Sv—Osuna (3). HRs—Los Angeles. Sheffield (9). Karros (3). Seattle, Grrfley Jr. (24). E: Three points for victory, one point for shook md zero points for loss. Shootout (SOW) is a Arizona Oakland 020 421 030 — 000 040 000 — 15 6 Bn.Anderson, Telemaco (6), R.Springer (9) and Stinnett; Candtotti, Witaslck (2). Small (5), TJ.Malhews (6), Fetters (B), Mohler (9) and Hinch, Madarlane (7). W—Bn.Anderson, 4-6. L—Candlotti 47. HRs—Arizona, D.White (9). Dellucci (4). Y.Benitez (3). Oakland, Giambi (6). Western Conference Los Angeles Chicago Dallas San Jose Colorado Kansas City NOTE: win ai subset of wins Saturday's Games Chicago 2, Columbus 0 Kansas City 1, Tampa Bay 0 Colorado 2, San Jose 0 Sunday's Game* Los Angeles 5. New England 1 Dallas 5, Washington D.C. 4. SO 3-1 New York-New Jersey 2. Miami 1 Thursday's Game San Jose at Chicago, 5 p.m. LSOW PIS GF GA 2 1 34 49 22 5 1 19 19 16 5 3 18 23 28 9 0 15 22 30 14 29 32 2 14 16 19 New York Boston 000000000 — 004 010 OOx — GOLF Yoshil. Hudek (6). Cook (7). Ro|as (8) and ACastillo. Tatum (8); Avery, Garces (8) and Hatteberp. W— Avery 3-1. L—Yoshil. 4-2. HR—Boston, M.Vaughn (18). Colorado Anaheim 000 001 202 — 410 000 001 — 14 10 Saturday's Games Atlanta 10. Baltimore 5 NY Mets 1. Boston 0 Chicago Cubs 7. Chicago White Sox 6 N.Y. Yankees 4, Florida 2 Oakland 10, Arizona 5 Los Angeles 10. Seattle 6 Philadelphia 10, Toronto 6 Montreal 7. Tampa Bay 5 Cleveland 10, Cincinnati 1 Houston 6. Kansas City 0 Detroit 9, Milwaukee 3 Pittsburgh 4, Minnesota 3, 12 innings Texas 3, San Diego 0 Anaheim 2, Colorado 1 San Francisco 5, St. Louis 4,14 Innings Sunday's Games Toronto 3, Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 6. Cincinnati 1 Minnesota 3, Pittsburgh 2 Atlanta 9. Baltimore 0 Tampa Bay 4, Montreal 3. 11 innings N.Y. Yankees 4, Florida 1 Detroit 4. Milwaukee 1 San Francisco 6, St Louis 5 Chicago Cubs 13. Chicago White Sox 7 Houston 7, Kansas City 1 San Diego 17, Texas 8 Arizona 12, Oakland 4 Los Angeles 7, Seattle 4 Boston 5. N.Y. Mets 0 , r Anaheim 6, Colorado 5 Monday's Games • .Toronto (Clemens 6-6) at Florida (Meadows 4-5), 1:05 1 p.m. ' Houston (Bergman 5-3) at Detroit (Greisinger 0-1), 1 4:05 p.m. ' Pittsburgh (Peters 1-3) at Cleveland (Colon 4-4), 4:05 p.m. '. Baltimore (Johns 2-1) at Philadelphia (Grace 3-5), , 4:35 p.m. , Tampa Bay (Springer 2-9) at N.Y. Mets (Reed 6-3), . 4:40 p.m. • Boston (Lowe 0-5) at Atlanta (Glavine 8-2), 4:40 p.m. ; Milwaukee (Juden 5-4) at Kansas City (Happ 4-5), '. 5:05 p.m. 1 Chicago Cubs (Clark 3-6) at Minnesota (Hawkins 3-5), ' 5:05 p.m. '•St. Louis (Petkovsek 3-2) at Chicago White Sox (Bere j-2-5), 5:05 p.m. r-Texas (Sele 8-3) at Colorado (Astacio 4-7), 6:05 p.m. 'Cincinnati (Winchester 3-3) at San Diego (Hamilton 3•V), 7:05 p.m. : ^Oakland (Stain 1-3) at Los Angeles (Martinez 7-2). '7;Q5 p.m. .Seattle (Johnson 5-4) at San Francisco (Darwin 5-3), ,7:05 p.m. Tuesday's Games N.Y. Yankees (O.Hernandez 1-0) at Montreal (Pavano 1-0), 4:05 p.m. Toronto (Williams 7-2) at Florida (Hernandez 3-4), "4:05 p.m. Houston (Hampton 7-3) at Detroit (Moehler 5-5), 4:05 J).m. •Pittsburgh (Lieber 3-7) at Cleveland (Gooden 1-2), ".4:05 p.m. '.Baltimore (Ponson 0-3) at Philadelphia (Beech 1-3). '•4:35 p.m. -Tampa Bay (Santana 1-0) at N.Y. Mets (Nomo 2-7), •4:40 p.m. •Boston (Saberhagen 7-3) at Atlanta (D.Martinez 2-2), U:40 p.m. fexas (Helling 7-3) at Colorado (Thomson 5-5), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim (Finley 6-2) at Arizona (Blair 2-8). 7:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Woodall 2-2) at Kansas City (Rusch 3-8), 5:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Wood 6-2) at Minnesota (Radke 7-4), 5:05 p.m. St. Louis (Acevedo 1-1) at Chicago White Sox (Navarro 5-6), 5:05 p.m. Oakland (Haynas 4-2) at Los Angeles (Park 4-3), Seattle (Cloude 3-4) at San Francisco (Estas 5-5), 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Tomko 5-4) at San Diego (Ashby 7-3). 7:05 fi.m. , , , , DJeter New York, 76; ARodriguez, Seattle, 76; Seoul, Seattle, 76; JuGonzalez, Texas. 76; O'Neill, , , l, New York, DOUBLES—Thome. Cleveland. 24; IRodriguez. Texas, 23; Justice, Cleveland. 22; EMartlnez, Seattle, 22; JuGonzalez. Texas, 20; Belle. Chicago. 20; CDelgado, Toronto. 19; Edmonds, Anaheim, 19; LGonzalez, Detroit, 19. TRIPLES—OHerman. Kansas City, 6; DJeter, New York, 5; Durham, Chicago, 5; BWilliams, New York, 5; 8 are tied with 4. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle. 24; ARodriguez, Seattle, 21; JuGonzalez. Texas, 19; MVaughn, Boston, 18; Easley, Detroit. 17; Canseco, Toronto, 17; Thome, Cleveland, 15; RPalmeiro. Baltimore, 15. STOLEN BASES—TGoodwin. Texas. 23; Henderson, Oakland, 23; Lotion. Cleveland, 18; BLHunter, Detroit, 17; Canseco. Toronto. 17; Knoblauch, New York, 16; Stewart. Toronto, 14; DJeter, New York, 14. PITCHING (8 Decisions)—DWells, New York, 8-1, .889. 4.25; Cone, New York, 8-1, .889, 4.97; WWilliams, Toronto, 7-2, .778. 2.97; PMartinez, Boston, 6-2, .750, 3.11; Rogers, Oakland, 6-2, .750, 3.43; CFInley. Anaheim, 6-2. .750, 2.22; Arrolo, Tampa Bay, 8-3, .727. 3.50; Sele, Texas, 8-3, .727. 3.76. STRIKEOUTS—PMartinez, Boston, 106; RJohnson, Seattle, 105; CFinley, Anaheim, 96: Clemens, Toronto, 79; Colon, Cleveland. 72; Erickson, Baltimore, 72; Guzman, Toronto, 71. SAVES—Gordon, Boston, 19: Percival, Anaheim. 17; Wetteland, Texas, 16; RaMyers, Toronto, 15; MJackson, Cleveland, 13; MRivera, New York, 12: RHernandez, Tampa Bay, 11; Aguilera, Minnesota, 11. Sunday's Linescores Jm.Wright, Dipoto (9) and Manwaring, J.Reed (9). N Perez (9); Washbum, Hasegawa (7), Holtz (9). DeLucia (9), Cadaret (9) and Walbeck. W—Cadarel, 1-0. L—Dlpolo, 1-2. NATIONAL LEAGUE San Francisco 000101 400 — 6 13 0 St. Louis 400010000 — 5 10 0 Gardner, Johnstone (7). Nen (9) and B.Johnson; Mercker, Aybar (7) and Pagnozzi, Lampkin (3). W— Gardner, 5-2. L—Mercker, 5-4. Sv—Nen (18). HRs— San Francisco, J.Kenl (7), B.Johnson (9). BASKETBALL INTERLEAGUE Philadelphia Toronto 000 '100 000 — 000 210 OOx — 10 9 Schilling and Lieberthal; Carpenter, Plesac (8), Ra.Myers (9) and Dalesandro, K.LBrown (9). W— Carpenter, 2-2. L—Schilling, 5-7. Sv—Ra.Myers (15). Cleveland Cincinnati 000 020 7.20 — 000 001 000 — Burba, Plunk (7), Assenmacher (8), MJackson (9) and Borders; Klingenbeck, Graves (8), Sullivan (9) and Taubensee. W—Burba, 8-4. L—Klingenbeck, 0-1. HRs—Cleveland, Fryman (9), Burba (1). Florida N.Y. Yankees 000000010 — 102 010 OOx — NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Utah vs. Chicago (All games televised by NBC) Wednesday, June 3 Utah 88, Chicago 85, OT Friday, June 5 Chicago 93. Utah 88 Sunday, June 7 Chicago 96. Utah 54, Chicago leads series 2-1 Wednesday, June 10 „ Utah at Chicago, 6 p.m. Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago, 6 p.m. Sunday, June 14 Chicago at Utah, 4:30 p.m., H necessary Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Utah, 6 p.m., rf necessary Jazz-Bulls, Box UTAH (54) Russell 1-7 3-4 5, Malone 8-11 6-6 22, Ostertag 1-7 00 2, Stockton 1-4 0-0 2, Homacek 3-8 0-0 6, Elsley 06 0-0 0, Foster 0-2 0-0 0, Anderson 3-6 1-2 8, Morris 2-9 1-2 5, Carr 0-2 0-0 0. Keefe 2-2 0-0 4, Vaughn 0-6 0-00. Totals 21-70 11-14 54. CHICAGO (96) Plppen 5-10 0-1 10, Kukoc 7-12 2-2 16, Longley 3-B 2-48. Harper 3-8 2-4 8, Jordan 7-14 10-11 24. Rodman 1-3 0-0 2, Burrell 4-5 2-2 10, Kerr 2-5 0-0 6, Buechler 2-3 0-0 6, Brown 1-3 0-0 2, Simpklns 1-2 0-2 2, Wennlngton 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 37-76 18-26 96. Utah 14 17 14 9 — 54 Chicago 17 32 23 24 — 96 3-Point goals—Utah 1-9, (Anderson 1-1, Homacek 01, Russell 0-2, Eisley 0-2, Morris 0-3), Chicago 4-11, (Buechler 2-3, Kerr 2-4, Plppen 0-1, Harper 0-1, Kukoc 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 45 (Ostertag 9), Chicago 54 (Harper 10). Assists—Utah 16 (Stockton 7), Chlcano 25 (Harper 7). Total fouls- Utah 26, Chicago 19. £-23,844 (24,119). LPGA Michelob Light Scores ST. LOUIS (AP) — Scores Sunday after the final round of the $600,000 Michelob Light Classic, played on the 6,337-yard, par-72 Forest Hills Country Club course. The tournament was shortened to 54 holes (x- won on second playoff hole; a-amateur): x-Annika Sorenstam, $90,00067-73-68 — 208 Donna Andrews, $55.85572-66-70 — 208 Sara Hallock, $40,75974-68-69— 211 Lone Kane, $28.68271-76-67 — 214 Pat Hurst, $28,68275-70-69—214 Jackie Gallagher-Smith, $21,13471-72-72—215 Muffin Spencer-Devlin, $12,71873-76-67— 216 Allison Finney, $12,71873-72-71—216 Caroline Keggl. $12,71872-72-72 — 216 Stephanie Lowe, $12,71870-74-72 — 216 Karrle Webb, $12,71874-69-73— 216 Cindy McCurdy, $12,71871-72-73 —216 Lori West. $12,71871-71-74—216 Caroline McMillan, $12,71868-73-75— 216 Julie Piers, $8,07674-74-69—217 Juli Inkster, $8,07673-74-70—217 Caroline Blaylock, $8,07672-73-72 — 217 Cindy Figg-Currier, $8,07671-70-76— 217 a-Marisa Baena.69-73-75 — 217 NanciBowen, $6,51676-72-70— 218 Barb Mucha, $6,51676-71-71 — 218 Vickl Fergon, $6,51676-70-72 — 218 Chris Johnson, $6,51671-75-72—218 Kate Golden, $6.51671-75-72 — 218 Kelly Robblns, $6,51676-69-73— 218 Nationwide Scores ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP) — Scores Sunday after the final round of the $1.35 million Nationwide Championship on the par-72 (36-36), 6.778-yard Gotf Club ol Georgia: John Jacobs, $202,50072-67-67—206 Hale Irwin, $118,80070-70-67 — 207 Leonard Thompson, $89,10072-67-69—208 Gil Morgan, $89,10067-69-72 — 208 Bob Dickson, $55,80073-66-71— 210 Bob Eastwood, $55,80068-68-74—210 Jose Maria Canlzares, $55,60068-69-73 — 210 Gibby Gilbert, $43,20071-70-70— 211 Dana Ouigley, $29,36370-75-67—212 David Graham, $29,36372-73-67—212 Brian Barnes, $29.36372-72-68— 212 John Bland, $29,36371-71-70 — 212 Bob Charles, $29,36370-72-70— 212 Frank Conner, $29,36371-71-70—212 Dave Elchelberger, $29.36374-68-70—212 Gary Player. $29,36367-72-73 - 212 Jim Colbert, $20,29574-70-69 — 213 Jay Sigel. $20.29571-72-70—213 IsaoAoki, $20,29572-70-71—213 Graham Marsh, $15.45872-74-68 —214 Larry Nelson, $15.45872-72-70— 214 John Mahaftey. $15,45873-70-71—214 Jim Dent. $15,45871-71-72—214 Ray Floyd, $15.45869-72-73 -214 Wait Morgan, $15.45872-69-73— 214 Jim Albus, $12.55574-69-72—215 J.C.Snead. $12,55571-69-75 —215 Kemper Open Scores POTOMAC, Md. (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $2 million Kemper Open on the 7,005-yard, par-71 TPC at Avenel: Stuart Appleby, $380.00070-63-69-72—274 Scon Hoch. $216,00069-68-68-70 — 275 Mark O'Meara. $90.20068-70-71-69— 278 Brad Fabel, $90,20069-66-70-73—278 Clark Dennis, $90,20070-65-70-73 — 278 Tommy To"er., $90.20070-68-66-74— 278 Fred Fun* $90,20064-66-71-77—278 Steve Strieker, $58,00070-69-71-69— 279 Craig Parry. $58,00067-66-76-70—279 Hal Sutton' $58,00069-69-69-72—279 Steve Flesch, $48.00069-68-74-69 — 280 Blalne McCalllster, $48,00070-71-70-69 — 280 Dudley Hart, $42,00069-71-71-70 — 281 Craig Barlow, $32,00071-71-73-67 — 282 Larry Mlze, $32,00075-67-72-68—282 Kenny Perry. $32,00070-68-74-70 — 282 John Adams. $32,00071-69-72-70 — 282 Ronnie Black. $32,00068-68-72-74 — 282 Willie Wood. $32.00073-66-70-73 — 282 Chris DIMarco. $32,00068-65-70-79— 282 Lee Janzen, $21.60071-64-79-69 —283 Loren Roberts, $21,60071-69-70-73— 283 Joe Durant. $21.60069-66-74-74—283 Jay Don Blake, $21,60088-70-70-75— 283 Lee Porter, $13.71872-68-76-68—284 Jim McGovem, $13.71670-70-73-71— 284 Jerry Kelly. $13.71869-72-72-71—284 Barry Cheesman, $13,71872-70-70-72 — 284 Justin Leonard, $13,71868-67-76-73— 284 Esteban Toledo. $13,71869-69.71-75—284 Joe Ozaki, $13,71871-68-70-75—284 Scott Simpson, $13.71871-68-70-75— 284 Chris Perry, $13,71865-74-70-75—284 Sandy Lyle, $13,71870-68-70-76—284 Dan Foreman. $13.71868-69-70-77— 284 TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Activated RHP Mike Mussina from the 15-day disabled list. Placed RHP Terry Mathews on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 2. Placed OF Jeffrey Hammonds on the 15- day disabled list. Recalled OF Jesus Tavarez from Rochester of the International League. MINNESOTA TWINS—Optioned INF Jon Shave to Salt Lake of the PCL. TEXAS RANGERS—Activated OF Roberto Kelly from the 15-day disabled list. Placed 2B Mark McLemore on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP AI Levine from Oklahoma of the PCL. Signed OF Cody Nowlin, 1B Frank Narclante. SS Marcos Qulnones. TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Recalled RHP Robert Person from Syracuse of the International League. Designated LHP Ben Van Ryn for assignment. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Signed OF Brock McCarty, 1B Steven Neal, OF James Rinne and C Justin Beasley. HOUSTON ASTROS—Signed RHP Lee Smith to a minor-league contract and assigned him to New Orleans ol the PCL Body Englisl helped Sox '' W T* The Associated Press Ji BOSTON - Body Englishes seen often in sports and sometimes it works. It did at Fen($y Park in the 12th inning of »e sixth game of the 1975 Wq$d Series between the Red Sox rad Cincinnati Reds. | The score was tied 6-6 and t|e first hitter for Boston in the Bottom of the 12th was catcher Carlton Fisk. He hit a high drt*e down the left field line. It obviously would be far enough foj a home run. But would it stay fair? Fisk started to trot down lh,e first base line and then stopped, leaning more and more to his right, almost urging the ball io remain in fair territory by utilizing body English. It worked. The ball stayed fair and Boston had; a 7-6 victory on Fisk's home run; Valerie's double '• LOS ANGELES - Valerie Brisco Hooks of the Unitjbd States became the first woman-io win gold medals in a pair of track events in the same Olympic Games. ?r She set an Olympic rec&fd each time in the 1984 Games^in Los Angeles. Valerie was timed in 21.81 while winning the 2(}0 meters race. She triumphed ,m the demanding 400 meters while being timed in 48.83. ! ~ . ''! Day is tops -J NEW YORK (- Pat Day, ffie poker-faced Hall of Fame joclj- ey, is still the leader amonto Breeders' Cup jockeys. ,- * Day rode the;.; 2-year-oDd champion, Favorite Trick, to victory in the juvenile colt evenUin last November's Cup renewal j at Hollywood Park. .., Dempster, ANonseca (5), Darensboura (7), J.Powell (8) and Zaun; Cone and Glraidl. W—Cone, 8-1. L— Dempster, 0-2. HRs—New York, O'Neill (7), T.Martinez (8). B.Williams (9). HOCKEY Atlanta Baltimore 221 002 002 — 000 000 000 — G.Maddux and Edd.Perez; Drabek, Mills (4), Charlton (6), Dykhofl (9) and Webster. W—G.Maddux, 9-2. L— Drabek, 5-6. HRs—Atlanta. Galarraga 2 (23), AJones (10). Minnesota Pittsburgh 100 001 100 — 100 010 000 — Tewksbury, Serafini (6). Trombley (7), Swindell (7), Aguilera (9) and Jv Valentin; Schmidt. Loalza (8) and Kendall. W—Serafini, 2-0. L—Schmidt, 8-2. Sv— Aguilera (11). NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS Tuesday, June 9 Washington at Detroit, 5 p.m. (FOX) Thursday, June 11 Washington at Detroit, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, June 13 Detroit at Washington, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, June 16 Detroit at Washington, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 16 Washington at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Saturday, June 20 Detroit at Washington, 5 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Detroit Milwaukee 000 110 020 — 000 010 000 — J.Thompson and Bako; Woodard, Patrick (6), A.Reyes (8), M.Myers (8) and Malheny. W—J.Thompson, 4-6. L—Woodard. 3-4. HRs—Detroit, Higginson (11), To.Clark (11). 000 010 101 00 — 3 5 002 010 000 01 — 4 12 SOCCER Tuesday, June 23 Washington at Detroit. 5 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Major League Soccer \n A ir»r» ¥ IT A r-f 11? I I? A nuUC Widger; J.Johnson. Mecir (7), R.Hemandez 9), MAJOR LEAGUb LEAUhKa A.Lopez (10) and DiFelice. W—A.Lopez, 2-1. L— NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Olerud, New York, .362; BJordan, St. Louis, .351; Gwynn, San Diego, .350; MaGrace. Chicago. .349; Sosa, Chicago, .343; Kendall, Pittsburgh, .341; Taubensee, Cincinnati, .337; Morandini, Chicago, .337. RUNS—Galarraga, Atlanta, 54; ChJones, Atlanta, 53; Glanville, Philadelphia. 52; Biggio, Houston, 51: McGwire, St. Louis, 49; Sosa, Chicago, 48; LWalker, Colorado, 46. RBI—McGwire, St. Louis, 71; Galarraga, Atlanta, 60; Castilla, Colorado, 59: Sosa, Chicago, 54; GVaughn, San Diego, 52; Alou, Houston, 51; ChJones, Atlanta, Montreal 1 Tampa Bay Vazquez, M.Batista (6), Telford (8), Kline (10) and Johnson. Mi • — -•• • '-• . . OlandDiFi Kline, 1-3. HR—Tampa Bay, McCracken (5). Eastern Conference EVERSOLE MORTUARY - since 1893 EVERGREEN MEMORIAL GARDENS MAUSOLEUM CREMATORIUM COLUMBARIUM WE OFFER FUNERAL PRE-PLANNING 141 LOW GAP ROAD, UKIAH, CA (707) 462-2206 W LSOW Pts GF GA Kansas City Houston 001 000 000 — 022 300 OOX — Pittsley, Bevil (4), Haney (5), Pichardo (7), Whisenant (B) and Mi.Sweeney; Reynolds and Euseblo. W— Reynolds, 7-3. L—Pittsley, 0-1. 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