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B2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SPORTS TUESDAY, JUNE 27,2006 SCOREBOARD Today BMAMM Larks at Liberal, 7 p.m. (t-9). Renegades vs. Phllllpsburg at Larks Park, 6:30 p.m. (DH). Wednesday Batebtll Larks at Liberal, 6 p.m. (DH) Legion at Dodge City, 6 p.m. (DH) Junior Legion vs. Sallna at Larks Park, 6 p.m.(DH). Thursday Baseball Larks al Liberal, 7 p.m. (1-9). Friday Baseball Legion & Junior Legion at Wild West Tournament. TBA. Renegades at Plalnvllle, 6:30 p.m. (DH). Saturday Baseball Larks vs. Amahllo, Texas at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m. (Downlng-Nelson Oil) Legion & Junior Legion at Wild West Tournament, TBA. Sunday Baseball Larks vs. Amarlllo, Texas at Larks Park, 7:30 p.m. (Pacific Life) Legion & Junior Legion at Wild West Tournament, TBA. Baseball Major league standings American League East Division W L Pet GB Boston 45 28 .616 — New York 43 31 .581 2V4 Toronto 41 34 .547 5 Baltimore 35 42 .455 12 Tampa Bay 33 44 .429 14 Central Division W L Pet QB Detroit 52 25 .675 — Chicago 49 26 .653 2 Minnesota 40 35 .533 11 Cleveland 34 41 .453 17 Kansas City 24 50 .324 26 </i West Division W L Pet OB Oakland 41 34 .547 — Texas 40 36 .526 1 Vi Seattle 38 39 .494 4 Los Angeles 35 41 .461 6V4 Monday's results Boston 8, Philadelphia 7 (12 Innings) Detroit 10, Houston 4 N.Y. Yankees 5, Atlanta 2 Florida 8, Tampa Bay 5 Cleveland 10, SI. Louis 3 Minnesota 8, LA. Dodgers 2 L.A. Angels 5, Colorado 4 Today's games N.Y. Mets (Soler 2-1) al Boston (Lester 2-0), 6:05 p.m. Houston (Clemens 0-1) at Detroit (Robertson 7-3), 6:05 p.m. Atlanta (H.Ramirez 2-2) at N.Y. Yankees (Wright 4-4), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Kazmlr 9-4) at Florida (Nolasco 5-4), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Buehrle 8-4) at Pittsburgh (Snell 7-4), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Hamels 1-3) at Baltimore (Bedard 7-6), 6:05 p.m. Washington (Ortiz 5-5) at Toronto (Burnett 01), 6:07 p.m. Kansas City (Wood 3-2) at Cincinnati (Milton 4-4), 6:10 p.m. Cleveland (Sabathia 5-4) at St. Louis (Reyes 1-1), 7:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Lowe 6-3) at Minnesota (Lin- ano 7-1), 7:10 p.m. Seattle (Washbum 4-8) at Arizona (Webb 83), 8:40 p.m. Oakland (Zito 8-3) at San Diego (Young 6-3), 9:05 p.m. Colorado (Cook 5-7) at L.A. Angels (Jelf Weaver 3-9), 9:05 p.m. Texas (Millwood 8-3) at San Francisco (Morris 5-7), 9:15 p.m. Wednesday's games Atlanta (Smoltz 4-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Wang 8-3), 12:05 p.m. Houston (Pettille 6-8) at Detroit (Verlandar 94), 12:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Tomko 6-6) at Minnesota (J.Santana 8-4), 12:10 p.m. N.Y. Mets (P.Martinez 7-3) at Boston (Beckett 9-3), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Fossum 2-3) at Florida (Olsen 63), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Garcia 9-4) al Pittsburgh (Maholm 2-6), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Malhieson 0-1) at Baltimore (Benson 8-5), 6:05 p.m. Washington (Hill 1-2) at Toronto (Lilly 7-7), 6:07 p.m. Kansas City (Barton 3-8) at Cincinnati (Ha- rang8-5), 6:10 p.m. Cleveland (Weslbrook 6-3) at St. Louis (Carpenter 6-3), 7:10 p.m. Seattle (F.Hernandez 7-7) at Arizona (Ed.Gonzalez 0-1), 9:40 p.m. Oakland (Blanton 7-6) al San Diego (Hensley 4-6), 9:05 p.m. Colorado (Francis 5-7) at L.A. Angels (E.San- tana 6-3), 9:05 p.m. Texas (Rhelnecker 3-1) at San Francisco (Lowry2-5), 9:15 p.m. National League East Division W L Pet GB New York 47 28 .627 — Philadelphia 35 40 .467 12 Florida 33 40 .452 13 Washington 33 44 .429 15 Atlanta 32 45 .416 16 Central Division W L Pet QB St. Louis 42 33 .560 — Cincinnati 41 35 .539 1 '/z Houston 38 39 .494 5 Milwaukee 38 39 .494 5 Chicago 28 47 .373 14 Pittsburgh 26 51 .338 17 West Division W L Pet GB Los Angeles 40 36 .526 — San Diego 39 36 .520 V4 Colorado 38 38 .500 2 San Francisco 37 38 .493 2'6 Arizona 37 39 .487 3 Monday's results Milwaukee 6, Chicago Cubs 0 Today's game Milwaukee (Jackson 1-0) at Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 6-3), 7:05 p.m. Wednesday's game Milwaukee (Bush 5-6) at Chicago Cubs (Marmol 1-2), 1:20 p.m. Major league linescores Interleague Red Sox 8, Phillies 7 (12 Innings) Philadelphia 000 000 SOI 001—7 13 1 Boston 000 008 000 002—4 14 0 Lldle, Geary (6), Fultz (6), RFranklln (7), Cormier (9), Gordon (10), Condrey (12) and Coste; Waketleld, Seanez (7), Lopez (7), Timlin (7), Papelbon (8), Tavarez (10), Delcarmen (11), Hansen (12) and Mlrabelll, Varltek (10). W— Hansen 1-0. L—Condrey 1-2. HR—Philadelphia, Ulley (14). Marlins 8, Devil Rays 5 Tampa Bay 201 000 020—5 12 1 Florida 200 050 10x—8 13 0 Shields, Harper (6), Switzer (8) and Paul; Johnson, Tankersley (7), Kenslng (8). Borowskl (9) and Olivo. W—Johnson 7-4. L—Shields 4-1. Sv—Borowskl (14). HR—Tampa Bay, Baldelll (3). Yankees 5, Braves Z Atlanta 000 000 002—2 7 0 N»w York (AL) 230 000 OOx—6 8 1 THudson, Barry (6) and Pratt; RaJohnson, Proctor (8), MRIyara (9) and Posada. W—Ra- Johnson 9-6. L—THudson 6-7. Sv—MRIvera (17). HH8—Atlanta, CJones (6). New York, Giambi 2 (22). Tigers 10,Astrof 4 Houston 100 Oil 100— 4110 Detroit 006 100 13x—10 14 0 WRodrlguez, Borkowskl (7), Springer (6) end Munson; Miner, Colon (6), JWtlker (6), Rodnay (7), Qrlfll (9) and IRodriguez. W—Miner 4-1. L— WRodrlguez 8-5. HRs—Houston, Munson (4). Detroit, IRodriguez (7). Twins 8, Dodgers 2 Lot Angetes (NL) ..011 000 000—2 6 0 Minnesota 130 002 02x—8 12 0 Bllllngsley, Kuo (6), DBaez (S) and Martin; CSIrva, Craln (9) and Mauer. W—CSIh/a 4-8. L— Bllllngsley 0-1. Indians 10, Cardinals 3 Cleveland 002 041 201—10 12 1 St. Loull 001 100 100— 3 12 0 CILee, Carmona (7), FCabrera (9) and VMartlnez; Marquis, Hancock (7), TJohnson (7), Thompson (8) and YMollna. W—CILee 7-5. L— Marquis 9-6. HRs—Cleveland, Slzemore (15), Halner 2 (21), Holiandsworth (3). Angels 5, Rockies 4 Colorado 200 001 001—4 5 0 Los Angeles (AL) ....000 000 OS«—5 8 1 JJennlngs, Mesa (8), TMartln (8), RRamlrez (8) and Torrealba; Lackey, FrRodriguez (9) and Napoli. W—Lackey 5-5. L—Mesa 0-2. Sv—Fr- Rodriguez (19). HRs—Colorado, Helton (8), Pledra (2). National League Brewers 6, Cubs 0 Milwaukee 200 000 301—6 8 1 Chicago 000 000 000—0 7 0 Capuano, Tumbow (9) and DMiller; Maddux, Aardsma (8), Ohman (9) and HBIanco. W—Capuano 9-4. L—Maddux 7-8. HRs—Milwaukee, CaLee (24), Fielder 2(16), Gross (7). Baseball Today Scoreboard Tuesday, June 27 L.A. Dodgers at Minnesota (7:10 p.m. CDT). Twins left-hander Francisco Liriano tries to win his fourth straight start. Stars Monday • Randy Johnson and Jason Giambi, Yankees. Johnson allowed four hits and struck out nine In seven scoreless innings and Giambi homered twice and had five RBIs In New York's 5-2 win over Atlanta. • Joe Mauer, Twins, went 4-tor-5 with a career high live RBIs In Minnesota's 8-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. • Chris Capuano and Prince Fielder, Brewers. Capuano pitched eight scoreless Innings and Fielder hit two home runs to help Milwaukee defeat the Chicago Cubs 6-0. • Travis Halner. Indians, homered twice as Cleveland topped St. Louis 10-3. Flying fish Florida beat Tampa Bay 8-5 on Monday to improve to 22-9 since May 22 and move within one game of Philadelphia for second place In the NL East. Clutch David Ortiz beat Philadelphia for the second consecutive game, this time In extra Innings as he singled home the winning run In the 12th for an 6-7 victory on Monday that extending Boston's winning streak to nine games. II was the 10th regular-season, game-ending hit of Ortiz's career and the third In the Red Sox' last eight home games. Ortiz now leads the AL with 68 RBIs. Grrreatt Ivan Rodriguez went 3-for-5 with a homer and three RBIs In Detroit's 10-4 victor/ over Houston Monday night. The Tigers (52-25) have won four straight and 15 of 18 and own a two-game lead over the Chicago White Sox In the AL Central. Costly tantrum Asheville Tourists manager Joe Mikullk was suspended seven days and.flned-$1,000 by the South Atlantic League on M6nday, one day alter the minor league manager threw a major league tantrum. Upset with umpire Andy Russell's call in the fifth inning of Ash'evllle's 5-2 loss, Mikullk rushed onto the field. The manager of the Colorado Rockies' Class A affiliate made a headfirst dive into second base and later pulled up the bag before throwing It Into right field. He also threw a resin bag, several bats and blocked the umpires' locker room. Streaking Minnesota won its fifth straight game Monday night, 8-2 over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Slumping St. Louis lost 10-3 to Cleveland on Monday night and is on its first seven-game losing streak since 2002. The Cardinals are also 0-5 since Albert Pujols returned from his injury after going 87 without him. ... The Chicago Cubs lost their eighth straight at home following a 6-0 defeat to Milwaukee. It is the Cubs' longest losing streak at Wrigley Field since dropping 12 in a row to start the 1994 season. Chicago, which has scored one run in its last three games, has lost 11 of 13 overall and has not won at home since beating Cincinnati on May 30. Speaking "I had bean trying to get thrown out for the last couple of minutes, but he wouldn't do it. That chair had been bothering ma the whole game. It needed to get out of the dugout." — Houston manager Phil Garner after being ejected during the Astros' 10-4 loss at Detroit on Monday. Garner threw a chair onto the field after being tossed by first base umpire C.B. Bucknor. Seasons June 27 1917 — Catcher Hank Gowdy of the Braves became the first major league player to enter military service in World War I. 1939 — The Brooklyn Dodgers and the Boston Braves played a 23-inning, 2-2 tie. Whit Wyatt pitched the first 16 innings for the Dodgers. Both clubs played a 26-innlng tie In 1920 at the same Braves Field. 195B — Billy Pierce of the Chicago White Sox retired 26 straight Washington batters before pinch-hitter Ed Fitzgerald hit a double just inside the right-field line for the only hit. Pierce then struck out Albie Pearson on three pitches and beat the Senators 3-0. 1973 — David Clyde, a $125,000, 18-year- old bonus baby with the Rangers, pitched five innings, struck out eight and'allowed one hit In his first major league start. Texas beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 before 35,698 fans — the Rangers' first home sellout at Arlington Stadium. 1980 — The Los Angeles Dodgers' Jerry Reuss pitched a no-hitter against the San Francisco Giants in an 8-0 victory at Candlestick Park. The only player to reach base was Jack Clark In the first inning on a throwing error by shortstop Bill Russell. 1986 — San Francisco rookie Robby Thompson set a major league record when he was caught stealing four times In the Giants' 7-6,12- inning victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Catcher Bo Diaz threw out Thompson In the fourth, sixth, ninth and 11 thinnings. 1993 — Anthony Young of the New York Mets set a major league record by losing his 24th straight decision, 5-3 to the St. Louis Cardinals. 1999 — Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 27th homer and robbed Juan Gonzalez of a three-run shot with a spectacular over-the-fence catch as the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 5-2 In the final game at the Kingdome. 2003 — Boston set a major league record by scoring 10 runs before the first out. The 50- minute, 91-pitch first inning came during a 25-6 victory over Florida. The Red Sox also tied an AL record with 14 first-Inning runs. Johnny Damon matched a major league mark with three hits In an Inning. Today's birthdays: Luis Rodriguez, 26; Johnny Estrada, 30; Chris Woodward, 30; Daryle Ward, 31; Jim Edmonds. 36. Major league leaders American League BATTING—Mauer, Minnesota, .377; ISuzu- kl, Seattle, .359; Jeter, New York, .335; Matthews, Texas, .332; MYoung, Texas, .326; Nixon, Boston, .326; Cano, New York, .325. RUNS—Sizemore, Cleveland, 63; Hatner, Cleveland, 60; Thome, Chicago, 60; ISuzukl, Seattle, 69; Swlsher, Oakland. 68; Damon, New York, 68; ARodriguez, New York, 56. RBI—DOrtlz, Boston, 66; Morneau, Minnesota, 62; Hafner, Cleveland. 62; VWeiis, Toronto, 62; Giambi, New York, 61; Thome, Chicago, 61: Konerko, Chicago, 60; Ibanez, Seattle, 60. HITS—ISuzukl, Seattle, 116; MYoung, Texas, 107; Tejada, Baltimore, 96; Mauer, Minnesota, 96; Loretta, Boston, 95; Slzemore, Cleveland, 93; Jater, New York, 92. DOUBLES—MYoung, Texas, 27; Tetxelra, Texas, 26; Lowell, Boston, 26; Matthews, Texas, 25; DeHosa. Texas, 23; CGulllen. Detroit, 22; OCabrera, Los Angeles, 22. TRIPLES—Slzemore, Cleveland, 6; Podsed- nlk, Chicago, 6; JoLopez, Seattle, 5; Crawford, Tampa Bay, S; ISuzukl, Seattle, 5; YBetancourt, Seattle, 4; Qranderson, Detroit, 4; Reed, Seattle, 4; Matthews, Texas, 4; Ibanez, Seattle, 4. HOME RUNS—Thome, Chicago, 24; DOrtlz, Boston, 22; Giambi, New York, 22; Hafner, Cleveland, 21; Glaus, Toronto, 21; VWells, Toronto, 20; Dye, Chicago, 20; MRamlrez, Boston, 20. STOLEN BASES—CPatterson, Baltimore, 29; Flggins, Los Angeles, 27; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 26; ISuzukl, Seattle, 24; Podsednlk, Chicago, 23; BRoberts, Baltimore, 18; Damon, New York, 16. PITCHING (10 Decisions)—Halladay, Toronto, 9-2, .818, 3.07; Schilling, Boston, 9-2, .818, 3.61; Rogers, Detroit, 10-3, .769, 3.44; Beckett, Boston, 9-3, .750, 4.84; Mussina, New York, 9-3, .750, 3.28; ESantana, Los Angeles, 83, .727, 4.03; Wang, New York, B-3, .727, 4.14; Zlto, Oakland, 8-3, .727, 3.36; Millwood, Texas, B-3, .727, 4.29. STRIKEOUTS—JoSantana, Minnesota, 115; Bonderman, Detroit, 102; Kazmlr, Tampa Bay, 100; Mussina, New York, 100; Schilling, Boston, 96; FHemandez, Seattle, 88; RaJohnson, New York, 85. SAVES—Papelbon, Boston, 23; Jenks, Chicago, 22; BRyan, Toronto, 21; TJones, Detroit, 20; Ray, Baltimore, 19; FrRodriguez, Los Angeles. 19; Street, Oakland, 18. National League BATTING—Garciaparra, Los Angeles, .364; FSanchez, Pittsburgh, .351; Holllday, Colorado, .349; MICabrera, Florida, .348; Rolen, St. Louis, .348; Wright, New York, .336; Eckstein, St. Louis, .318. RUNS—Reyes, New York, 67; Utley, Philadelphia, 61; Weeks, Milwaukee, 57; Furcal, Los Angeles, 57; MiCabrera, Florida, 56; Rollins, Philadelphia, 56; ASoriano, Washington, 56; Bel- Iran, New York, 56. RBI—Berkman, Houston, 70; Pujols, St. Louis, 67; Howard, Philadelphia, 66; Wright, New York, 64; AJones, Atlanta, 64; CaLee, Milwaukee, 62; Bellran, New York, 59. HITS—Holliday, Colorado, 101; Wright, New York, 98; Reyes, New York, 98; Eckstein, St. Louis, 94; MICabrera, Florida, 93; FSanchez, Pittsburgh, 87; ASoriano, Washington, 86. DOUBLES—MiCabrera, Florida, 25; NJohn- son, Washington, 24; Rolen, St. Louis, 24; Big- glo, Houston, 24; Holllday, Colorado, 23; FSanchez, Pittsburgh, 23; Atkins, Colorado, 22; Koskle, Milwaukee, 22. TRIPLES—Reyes, New York, 10; DRoberts, San Diego, 8; SFInley, San Francisco, 8; Sullivan, Colorado, 7; Lofton, Los Angeles, 7; Cedeno, Chicago, 5; HaRamirez, Florida, 5. HOME RUNS—Pujols, St. Louis, 26; Howard, Philadelphia, 25; Dunn, Cincinnati, 24; CaLee, Milwaukee, 24; ASoriano, Washington, 24; Berkman, Houston, 22; Bay, Pittsburgh, 20; Beltran, New York, 20; CDelgado, New York, 20. STOLEN BASES—Reyes, New York, 34; Pierre, Chicago, 24; HaRamirez, Florida, 22; FLopez, Cincinnati, 22; DRoberts, San Diego, 19; ASoriano, Washington, 18; Freel, Cincinnati, 17; Rollins, Philadelphia, 17; Furcal, Los Angeles, 17. PITCHING (10 Decisions)—TGIavlne, New York, 11-2, .846, 3.33; Penny, Los Angeles, 8-2, .800, 3.06; Webb, Arizona, 8-3, .727, 2.48; PMartinez, New York, 7-3, .700, 3.01; Capuano, Milwaukee, 9-4, .692,3.10; Arroyo, Cincinnati, 94, .692, 2.58; Johnson, Florida, 7-4, .636, 2.20; Snell, Pittsburgh, 7-4, .636, 4.84. STRIKEOUTS—PMartinez, New York, 110; Capuano, Milwaukee, 105; Harang, Cincinnati, 105; CZambrano, Chicago, 104; Peavy, San Diego, 101; Schmidt, San Francisco, 94; Smoltz, Atlanta, 88. SAVES—Isringhausen, St. Louis, 24; Turnbow, Milwaukee, 21; Gordon, Philadelphia, 20; Lidge, Houston, 19; Hoffman, San Diego, 18; Fuentes, Colorado, 15; BWagner, New York, 15. Basketball WNBA standings Eastern Conference W L Pet GB Connecticut 10 4 .714 — Detroit, , ?,4, -692 Vi 'Indiana. ! ''..'!.lb':. 5 .667 ' •. V4'.. Washington 8 5 .615 1 Vi New York 4 9 .308 S<A Charlotte 2 11 .154 7'A Chicago 1 13 .071 9 Western Conference W L Pet GB Los Angeles 11 3 .786 — Houston 10 5 .667 1% Sacramento 7 6 .538 3V4 Seattle 7 8 .467 4V6 San Antonio 6 7 .462 4V5 Phoenix »5 7 .417 5 Minnesota 5 B .385 5% Sunday's results Detroit 71, Charlotte 61 Houston 84, Seattle 74 Washington 87, Connecticut 80 Phoenix 90, Chicago 77 Sacramento 82, Indiana 61 Los Angeles 105, San Antonio 80 Monday's results No games scheduled Today's games Indiana at Washington, 6 p.m. Houston at Connecticut, 6 p.m. Charlotte at New York, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at San Antonio, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Seattle, 9 p.m. Wednesday's games Minnesota at Phoenix, 2:30 p.m. Seattle at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Youth Results NWKS Jr. Golf Monday 16-17 Boys Shelby Steffen 61, Rory Fossum 65, Nolan Smith 86, Justin Lacy 66. 16-17 Girls Mellnda Schremmar 90. 14-15 Boys . Spencer Scott 80, Zach Patterson 81, Ryan Pfannenstlel 81, Kris Neuhauser 101, Kyle Deutscher 119, Nolan McNeil 95, Eric Cunningham 93, Skyler Tebo 97, Ross Copeland 93, Chris Schneider 92, Scott Pfannenstlel 89, Madison Reed 117, Andrew Nlblock 111, Jesse Hart 83, Mark Harmon 98. 14-15 Girls Mary Ann Schremmar 106. 12-13 Boys (nine holes) Nick Vonlintel 37, Trey Herman 39, Ryan Me- Culllck 42, Zach Gaughan 49, Ronnie McDermott 67, Cory Thyfault 62, Kyle Braun 52, Harian Kuntzsch 51, Kyle Hoover 62, Terran Jennings 72, Kyle Kuhn 51, Cole Smith 74, Grant Holub 65, Cole Mattheyen 66, Dylan Reeder 70, Cody Deutscher 76. 12-13 Qlrls (nine holes) Rebeckah Niblock 81, Mary Lynn Griebel 85, Brook Lawyen 89. 10-11 Boys (nine holes) Ryan Unruh 48, Blake Huxman 51, Koby Beougher 52, Ryan Hoover 60, Cameron Staples 55, Brandon Hespel 64, Ryan Downing 58, Sam Polifka 96, Issac Henman 69, Stephen Sage 75, Logan Jansonlus 93, Landon Younger 69, Robbie King 68, Payton Buckmaster 67. 10-11 Girls (nine hole*) Brooke Boyrington 62, Bailey Jones 67, Haley Dix 68, Delilah Griebel 68, Audrey Green 66. 8-9 Boya (nine holes) Christian Hamel 59, Casey Deutscher 59, Justin Wiltlong 62, Christian Vankooler 95, Sam Sage 66, Nolan Lowry 91, Mason Buckmasler 73. 8-9 girls (nine holes) Tori Tebo 49, Morgan Beoughar 61, Macy Mattheyer 92. Next action: July 3 at Smith Center Hays Hurricanes Lakln Dolphin Swim Meet 19 ft over girl* 200-yard fr*e»tyle rally — 1. Hurricanes, 1:55.00 (Jocelyn Lytton. Robyn Creel, Hollle Rcihn, Megan Thyfaull). 200-yard medley relay — 1. Hurricanes, 2:13.49 (Jocleyn Lytton, Robyn Creel, Hollle Rohn, Megan Thyfaull). 16-18 boys 100-yard brMtt*trok« — 6. David Adams, 1:28.01. 100-ytrd freestyle — 4. Adam Rack, 1:00.37; 6. David Adams, 1:06.75. 100-yard butterfly — 3. Adam Rack, 1:08.42; 4. David Adams, 1:23.09. 100-ywil backstroke — 2. Adam Rack, 1:05.00. 600-yard fr«*»tyl« — 2. Adam Rack, 6:14.64. 60-yard trtotylt — 3. Adam Rack, 26.91; 9 David Adams, 28.79. 16-18 glrif 60-yard fr***tyl* — 4. Megan Thyfault, 26.94; 7. Robyn Creel, 29.60; 8. Jocelyn Lytlon, 30.06. 100-yard butterfly — 1. Hollle Rohn, 1:04.35; 5. Jocelyn Lytton, 1:17.09. 100-yard beckttroke — 1. Hollle Rohn, 1:10.37; 3. Robyn Creel, 1:14.34; 7. Jocelyn Lytton, 1:22.32. 200-yird IM — 1. Hollle Rohn, 1:01.58; 3. Msg*n Thyfault, 1:04.98. 200-yard freestyle — 2. Megan Thyfault. 2:21.19. 500-yard freestyle — 2. Megan Thyfault, 6:17.62; 3. Robyn Creel, 6:24.89; 6. Jocelyn Lytton, 6:59.39. 100-yard breattttrok* — 1. Hollle Rohn, 1:18.25; 2. Robyn Creel, 1:18.75; 3. Megan Thyfault, 1:20.62. 100-yard freestyle — 1. Hollle Rohn, 1:01.56; 3. Megan Thyfault, 1:04.96. Girts 13-14 50-yard freestyle — 3. Shannon Musgrove, 30.33. 100-yard butterfly — 1. Shannon Musgrove, 1:16.07. 100-yard breaststroke — 1. Shannon Musgrove, 1:26.25. 200-yard IM — 1. Shannon Musgrove, 1:09.65. Girls 11-12 50-yard freestyle — 3. Makenzie Flaska, 30.41; 4. Beth Channell, 30.83. 50-yard butterfly — 2. Makenzie Flaska, 35.81; 4. Beth Channell, 37.46. 60-yard backstroke — 2. Beth Channell, 39.56. 50-yard breaststroke — 6. Makenzie Flaska 44.36; 7. Beth Channell, 44.41. 200-yard IM — 1. Makenzie Flaska, 2:28.50. 100-yard freestyle — 4. Beth Channell, 1:17.30. 200-yard freestyle — 1. Makenzie Flaska, 2:33.29. Boys 9-10 50-yard freestyle — 1. Shawn Musgrove, 34.33. 50-yard butterfly — 1. Shawn Musgrove, 38.62. 50-yard backstroke — 2. Shawn Musgrove, 40.69. 50-yard breaststroke — 2. Shawn Musgrove, 47.86. 100-yard IM — 1. Shawn Musgrove, 1:30.08. Girls 9-10 50-yard freestyle — 9. Rebecca Channell, 41.97; 31. Adrianna Staab, 1:0.75; 32. Alsllnn Wallers, 1:26.13. 50-yard butterfly — 15. Rebecca Channell, 1:07.77. 50-yard backstroke — 15. Adrianna Staab, 56.53; 18. Rebecca Channell, 57.28; 29. Alslinn Wallers, 1:43.70. 50-yard breaststroke — 8. Rebecca Channell, 56.87; 23. Adrianna Staab, 1:35.97. 100-yard IM — 8. Rebecca Channell, 1:58.69; 11. Adrianna Staab, 2:37.34. 100-yard freestyle — 16. Alsllnn Walters, 2:57.63. Boys 8 & under 25-yard freestyle — 4. Hunter Perryman, 23.37; 13. John Drees, 34.68. 26-yard butterfly — 4. Hunter Perryman, 37.37. 25-yard backstroke — 4. Hunter Perryman, 31.94; 6. John Drees, 32.86. 25-yard breaststroke — 3. John Drees, 34.29; 5. Hunter Perryman, 43.B3. 100-yard IM — 3. Hunter Perryman, 2:45.53. Girls 8 & under 25-yard freestyle — 15. Erin Adams, 32.37. 25-yard backstroke — 13. Erin Adams, 33.61. Indians start series with 10-3 victory over Cardinals Soccer MLS standings Eastern Conference W L T Pis GF QA D.C. United 9 1 5 32 28 12 Kansas City 652 20 17 16 Columbus 4 6 4 16 12 20 New England 3 4 6 15 15 15 Chicago 3 5 5 14-17 19 New York 2 3 7 13 15 19 Western Conference W L T Pts GF GA FC Dallas 8 2 3 27 25 16 Houston 6 3 4 22 20 16 CD Chlvas USA 5 5 3 16 21 18 Colorado 5 5 3 18 16 19 Real Salt Lake 3 7 3 12 16 19 Los Angeles 2 10 3 9 10 23 NOTE: Three points lor victory, one point for' tie. Saturday's results D.C. United 1, Kansas City 0 CD Chlvas USA 1, Columbus 1 (tie) FC Dallas 1, Colorado 0 New England 0, Real Salt Lake 0 (tie) Houston 0, Los Angeles 0 (tie) Sunday's result Chicago 2, New York 0 Wednesday's games Columbus at New York, 6:30 p.m. FC Dallas at' New England, 6:30 p.m. D.C. United at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Chicago, 8 p.m. Houston at CD Chivas USA,'9:30 p.m. GOlf PGA scores Booz Allen Classic Final Ben Curtis, $900,000 62-65-67-70—264 Billy Andrade, $330,000 69-66-68-64—269 Padralg Harrington, $330,000 70-65-68-66—269 Nick O'Hem, $330,000 74-64-64-67—269 Steve Strieker, $330,000 68-67-66-68—269 Ben Crane, $167,500 68-68-68-66—270 Jeff Gove, $167,500 63-68-71-68—270 Brett Qulgley, $167,500 69-63-67-71—270 Daniel Chopra, $140,000 69-65-67-70—271 Robert Allenby, $140,000 68-68-66-69—271 Jose Coceres, $120,000 64-64-78-67—273 Michael Allen, $120,000 70-67-68-68—273 TV Calendar Today GOLF 7p.m. ESPN2 — ING Par 3 Shootout, final day, at Gaylord, Mich, (same-day tape) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 6p.m. FSN — Kansas City at Cincinnati WNBA BASKETBALL 9 p.m. ESPN2 — Sacramento at Seattle Wednesday BOXING 9p.m. ESPN2 — Heavyweights, Dominlck Qulnn (26-3-1) vs. Tony Thompson (27-1-0), at San Jose, Calit. NBA BASKETBALL 6:30 p.m. ESPN — NBA Draft, al New York MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Noon ESPN — Atlanta at N.Y. Yankees TBS — Atlanta at N.Y. Yankees 6p.m. FSN — Kansas City at Cincinnati ESPN2 — N.Y. Mets at Boston WGN — Chicago White Sox al Pittsburgh TENNIS 7a.m. ESPN2 — Wimbledon Championships, early round, at London Transactions Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Agreed to terms with RHP Russ Ortiz. Optioned LHP Adam Loewen to Ottawa of the IL. NEW YORK YANKEES—Sent RHP Aaron Small outright to Columbus of the IL. National League CHICAGO CUBS—Activated 1B Derrek Lee from the 15-day DL. Placed OF Freddie Bynum on the 15-day DL. Hockey National Hockey Lt*gu* ATLANTA THRASHERS—Traded F Patrick Stefan and D Jaroslav Modry to Dallas for F Nlko Kapanan and a 2006 seventh-round draft pick. BOSTON BRUINS—Traded Q Andrew Raycroft to Toronto for the rights to G Tuukka flask. CAROLINA HURRICANES-Agreed to terms with Peter Lavtolette, coach, Kevin McCarthy, associate head coach, and Jeff Daniels, assistant coach, on five-year contracts. LOS ANGELES KINGS—Traded F Pavol Demitra to Minnesota for F Patrick O'Sulllvan and a 2006 first-round draft pick. MONTREAL CANADIEN8- Signed Q Cristobal Hue) to a two-year contract. PHOENIX COYOTES-Traded D Paul Mara and a 2007 or 2008 third-round draft pick to Boston for D Nick Boynlon and a 2007 fourth- round draft pick. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cliff Lee kept his interleague record perfect and the Cleveland Indians snapped a long streak of losing series openers. The Indians' 10-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night was their first win in a Game 1 since May 23. Ten straight series had started with a loss until Lee beat another National League team. "I didn't even realize that, to be honest with you," Lee said of the losing streak. "I just wanted to go out there and pitch my game and go with the scouting report we had on the guys." The report on Lee is that June has been his month while his team struggles, having lost nine of its last 13 games. Lee (7-5) gave up two runs and eight hits in six innings with five strikeouts and two walks. He is 60 with a 3.27 ERA against the NL, including a victory over the Chicago Cubs in his last start. In June, he's 4-0 with a 3.09 ERA in five starts. The Indians are 8-15 this month. "About the last month or so he's been the Cliff we expect to see out there," Indians manager Eric Wedge said of Lee, who won 18 games last season. "That's what we want to keep seeing." Travis Hafner hit two homers for visiting Cleveland, while Grady Sizemore and Todd Hol- iandsworth each added one. Jhonny Peralta hit a tiebreaking two- rim triple in the fifth for the Indians, who are 1-8-1 in their last 10 series, losing the last seven. "This is a good start for us and that's the way we've got to look at it," Wedge said. "This will get the monkey off their back." The loss was the seventh straight for the Cardinals. "We're not having fun," manager Tony La Russa said. "Most of the games aren't close. It's a real struggle, but they're in the book." Jason Marquis (9-6) allowed seven runs in six innings. He gave up three homers and has allowed seven in his last two outings to tie for the major league lead with 19. In the last two games, he has allowed 20 earned runs in 11 innings. "I felt great, I had a lot of life on my ball," Marquis said. "A couple of times, bad pitch selection, and a couple of times bad pitch location." Hafner, who leads the Indians with 21 homers, is batting .371 (13-for-35) during a nine-game hitting streak. "He's right up there with Pujols, one of the best hitters in baseball," Lee said. "For him to have a game like that doesn't surprise me at all." Scott Rolen and So Taguchi each had three hits and an RBI for the Cardinals, who have been outscored 64-27 during an all-in- terleague losing streak. They are 0-5 since Albert Pujols returned from an injury after going 8-7 without him. Red Sox 8, Phillies 7 At Boston, David Ortiz beat the Phillies in the last at-bat for the second consecutive game, singling home the winning run in the 12th to extend the Red Sox's winning streak to nine games. Boston led 6-0 after six innings and was up 6-5 in the ninth when Chase Utley homered off Jonathan Papelbon to tie it. The Phillies took a 7-6 lead in the 12th on Jimmy Rollins' RBI double, but Coco Crisp doubled and scored on Kevin Youkilis' single to make it 7-7. Mark Loretta walked before Ortiz won it. Ortiz, who leads the AL with 68 RBIs, ended Saturday's game with a lOth-inning homer. Craig Hansen (1-0) earned his first major league victory for the Red Sox, who have swept three consecutive three-game series — all interleague. Clay Condrey (12) took the loss for the Phillies, who have lost 13 of 16. Tigers 10, Astros 4 At Detroit, Ivan Rodriguez's two-run double highlighted the Tigers' five-run third inning and he added a homer off starter Wandy Rodriguez (8-5) in the seventh. Houston had four consecutive hits in the first inning off Zach Miner (4-1), but he regrouped and struck out five over 5J4 innings, allowing three runs and 10 hits. . Yankees 5, Braves 2 At New York, Jason Giambi homered twice and drove in five *,' runs, and Randy Johnson, pitch- • ing on six days' rest after serving " a five-game suspension for throw- '•'. ing at Cleveland's Eduardo Perez, " threw seven shutout innings. Johnson (9-6) allowed four •". hits, struck out a season-high . j nine and didn't walk a batter. Andy Phillips went 3-for-3 and ' ' Derek Jeter scored two runs on ! ' his 32nd birthday for the Yankees, who have won five of six. New York scored five runs in the first two innings against Tim Hudson (6-7), who lost his third consecutive start and dropped to 1-4 in June. Chipper Jones hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning and went 3-for-4 for Atlanta, f Marlins 8, Devil Rays 5 At Miami, Cody Ross had , '•. three hits and two RBIs and Josh Willingham, Mike Jacobs and Je- , remy Hermida each drove in two... runs for the Marlins, who are 22-;,, 9 since May 22 and moved within one game of Philadelphia for second place in the NL East. .,, Josh Johnson (7-4) trailed 2-0 after only six pitches, but allowed one more run over the rest , of his 6% innings. He struck out five, walked one, and gave up .: eight hits. Rocco Baldelli had three RBIs, including a two-run homer in the first inning. James Shields (4-1) failed in his bid to be the first • • i Tampa Bay pitcher to win five ': i times in a'month. He allowed sev 1 •'.'< en runs and 10 hits in five innings; i striking out a season-high seven. Twins 8, Dodgers 2 At Minneapolis, Joe Mauer had four hits and a career-best five RBIs for the Twins, who won their fifth straight and 15th of 17. Carlos Silva (4-8) allowed six hits and two runs in eight innings, striking out three without a walk. , , Nomar Garciaparra went 2-for-' 4 with an RBI for Los Angeles, which had a four-game winning streak end. . ,'' Angels 5, Heckles 4 At Anaheim, Mike Napoli's two-run double highlighted a five-run eighth inning for the An-;! gels. John Lackey (5-5) allowed ' three runs and four hits over |'..' eight innings, striking out four 4 j and walking two. ' Rockies starter Jason Jennings, who hadn't allowed an earned run in his previous two '. starts, was charged with two t " runs and four hits in seven-plus ''! innings. He left with a 3-0 lead and the Angels rallied against Jose Mesa (0-2). Brewers 6, Cubs 0 At Chicago, Carlos Lee hit a two-run homer, Prince Fielder added two solo shots and Chris Capuano won his fourth consecutive decision as the Brewers handed the Cubs their eighth straight home loss. It is the Cubs' longest losing streak at Wrigley Field since dropping 12 in a row to start the 1994 season. Capuano (9-4) allowed seven > •; hits, walked two and struck out ' '• / four. He left the game in the ninth inning after being hit on '• the right arm by a line drive from Aramis Ramirez. >"• Greg Maddux (7-8) gave up five •' runs and seven hits in seven in- ''' • nings. •!>'. Minor league manager fined LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Once the umpire called Roger Clemens' kid safe, a minor league manager threw a major league tantrum that would have made Lou Plniella, Earl Weaver and Tommy Lasorda proud. It also cost Asheville Tourists manager Joe Mikulik a seven-day suspension and $1,000 fine Monday Mikulik, who used to write "Never Surrender" on his wristbands when he played in the minors, put on a throwing, kicking and screaming show Sunday that was still the talk of baseball a day later. The South Atlantic League -, , also spent a lot of time talking -..< about his antics and penalized ».• • him. Upset with umpire Andy Rus- m sell's call in the fifth Inning of :> Asheville's 5-2 loss, Mikullk rushed onto the field. The man- ^ ager of the Colorado Rockies'' '''* • Class A affiliate made a headfirst 1 ', dive into second base and later ' < '' pulled up the bag — taking a few tugs to get it done — before ! ' "• throwing it Into right field. w ' He also threw a resin bag, 8ev-' r; ' eral bats and blocked the umpires' locker room. l7v V

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