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D2 THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL: Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 2 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago Cubs at Colorado, WON. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Seattle at Chicago White Sox, WON. GOLF 3 p.m, — PGA Golf, Byron Nelson Classic, USA, cable 30. HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Detroit at St. Louis, ESPN, cable 38. t:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Buffalo at Montreal, ESPN!, cable 39. TENNIS 2 p.m. — Men's tennis, Italian Open, ESPN, cable 38. Cora2b GrtyJrd SeguMb EMrtnz dfi RDavis3b GHill II OWilsnc McCrtyrl Totals Seattle Detroit 3100 4000 3100 4113 4120 4112 3000 3000 325 5 5 Roberts dh Hggnsnri ToCIrk 1b LGnzlzlf Easley 2b Randa 3b Bakoc OCruzss Totals 3200 4121 3224 3000 4122 4110 4110 4011 33 810 8 005 000 000—5 033 200 OOx-S Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division New York Boston Baltimore Toronto Tampa Bay W 26 24 20 17 16 Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Detroit W 20 16 15 15 11 West Division Texas Anaheim Seattle Oakland W 24 20 19 16 Pet. .768 .632 .526 .447 .432 Pet. .526 .421 .417 .395 .324 Pet. .632 .541 .500 .432 GB 8V4 11VS 12 GB 4 4 5 7 GB 3V4 5 T/i Tuesday's results Texas 6, Boston 3 Seattle 4, Detroit 2 Toronto 4, Oakland 3,10 Innings Tampa Bay 6, Cleveland 5,14 innings NY Yankees 3, Kansas City 2 Minnesota?, Baltimore4 Chicago White Sox 5, Anaheim 2 Wednesday's results Detroit 8, Seattle 5 Oakland 4, Toronto 2 Kansas City 4, Tampa Bay 0 Baltimore 8, Cleveland 1 NY Yankees 8, Texas 6 Minnesota?, Boston 4 Anaheim 8, Chicago White Sox 3 Thursday's games Boston (Martinez 4-0) at Minnesota (Morgan 1-1), 12:15 p.m. Kansas City (Belcher 1-5) at Tampa Bay (Springer 1-5), 5:35 p.m. Oakland (Rogers 6-1) at Detroit (Keagle 0-5), 6:05 p.m. Anaheim (Rnley 4-1) at Toronto (Williams 32), 6:05 p.m. Cleveland (Nagy 3-2) at Baltimore (Mussina 42), 6:05 p.m. Texas (Oliver 2-4) at NY Yankees (Irabu 2-0), 6:35 p.m. Seattle (Johnson 3-1) at Chicago White Sox (Beret-4), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida W 29 18 19 14 13 Central Division Houston Chicago Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh W 25 22 19 19 19 18 West Division Pet. .725 .545 .526 .378 .325 PcL .658 .564 .528 .514 .487 .462 W 24 21 18 17 PcL .649 .538 .474 .425 .211 GB 7V4 8 13!4 16 GB TA GB E—ARodriguez (7), GHill (4), Easley (4). DP—Seattle 1, Detroit t. LOB—Seattle 3, Detroit 6. 2B—RDavis (8), ToClark (5), Bako (2). HR—EMartinez (7), GHill (5), ToClark (4), Easley (7). SB—Cora (3), BLHunter (13). IP H RER BB Seattle Cloude 1,3-2 Spoljaric Slocumb 2 12-3 21-3 2 SO 0 1 0 1 Detroit MoehlerW,3-3 6 55334 Ftorie 2 00002 ToJonesS.5 1 00001 Cloude pitched to 3 batters in the 3rd. Umpires—Home, McCoy; Rrst, Meriwelhen Second, Culbreth; Third, Evans. T—2:34. A—10,766 (46,945). TWINS 7, RED SOX 4 BOSTON MINNESOTA abrhbl DLewisd 4000 TWIker2b 3010 Hcking 2b 1000 Gales 3b 4111 Molilordh 3010 Merced ri 1010 Genoa rf 4000 Coomertb 4100 Lawtond 4220 MCdva If 3022 Stnbch c 1000 Meares ss 4011 3S494 Jllrsondh Buford dh MVghn 1b Hltbergc Varitekc O'Lrylf Bragg rf JnVntin 3b Bnjmin ss Cmngsph Lemke 2b Totals Boston Minnesota abrhbl 4221 0000 2122 4000 2011 2000 4110 3110 4011 2211 2001 Totals 29797 000 013 000-4 210 300 10x—7 E—Mahay (1), TWalker (3). DP—Boston 2. LOB—Boston 6, Minnesota 3. 2B—Jefferson (6), Benjamin (4), Varitek (3), JnValentin (10), Gates (1), Merced (3), Lawton (9). HR— MVaughn (10), TWalker (2), Steinbach (2). CS—Merced (3). SF—Gates. IP H RER BB Today's schedule FRIDAY, MAY 14 BASEBALL Kansas City at Tampa Bay, 5:35 p.m. Ell-Saline & Canton-Galva at Salina Sacred Heart, 2 p.m. GOLF Cottonwood Valley League at Herlngton SOFTBALL SE Saline at Chapman, 4:30 p.m. Ell-Saline at Russell, 4:30 p.m. Slalna South at Hutchlnson, 5 p.m. Chicago 11, Colorado 6. 2B— Morandinl 2 (5), Sosa (8), MaGrace (9), HRodriguez (7). SB— . JHemandez (2). HR-JHemandez (4), Bichette (3), Castilla (15), Helton (5). SF-Orie. IP H HER BB SO Chicago Trachsel W.4-1 8 52216 Wengert 0 31100 Pisciotta < 00000 Colorado Astacio L.3-5 61-311 6 6 1 4 McElroy 2-353300 Munoz 2-320000 Veres 11-31 0 0 0 0 Wengert pitched to 3 batters In the 9th. Umpires— Home, Pulli; Rrst, Williams, C.; Second, Rapuano; Third, Dreckman. T— 2:50. A— 48,038 (50,381). EXPOS 9, GIANTS 5 MONTREAL SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl SntngloSb 5000 DHmtncf 4000 Grdzlnss 5232 Mueller 3b 3121 VGrerorl 5 1 t 0 Snowlb 1000 RWtiite d 5110 Bonds If 3011 Rimer tb 4221 ADiaz If 1000 Mrdcal 2b 1 0 0 0 Kent 2b 4000 McGire If 3012 Hayes 1b 4 1 t 0 Widgerc 4233 Javier rf 4100 Andrws3b 4120 Auriliass 4112 CPerezp 4021 Maynec 3011 Urblna p 0000 Grdnerp 0000 Poote p 2110 Stacker ss 4112 Total! 495104 Totals 456105 Cleveland 000 103 000 000 01-5 Tampa Bay 400 000 000 000 02-« One out when winning run scored. E— Vizquel (1), MRamlrez (4), Fryman (5), Colon (1), Cairo (4). DP-CMand 3, Tampa Bay 1 . LOB-Cleveland 13, Tampa Bay 8. SB- Lofton (9), Justice (14), SAIomar (7), McCmcken (13). 3B— lofton (3). HR— Stocker (5). S— Lofton, Vizquel, Flaherty, Stocker. SF— MRamlrez, Sorrento. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Colon 8 54033 Mesa 1 10001 Assenmacher 12-30 0 0 0 0 Plunk 2-310010 Villone 12-3 1 0 0 1 0 MJackson L.0-1 1-322200 Tampa Bay JJohnson 5 63321 Van 111111 Meclr 3 10013 ALopez 3 10023 SantanaW,1-0 2 11121 JJohnson pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. HBP— by Colon (DiFellce). WP— Colon, JJohnson, Van. Umpires— Home, Cousins; Rrst, Welke; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Brlnkman. T-4:43. A-30,194 (45,200). TUESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE 2B-GB: Steffen; SS: Wahlgren. Junior varsity SALINA SOUTH 10, GREAT BEND 0 Great Bend 00000-0 Salina South 005 32 — 10 WP-Campbell. LP—Chanstor. SALINA SOUTH 8, GREAT BEND 4 GreatBend 0030010-4 Salina South 241 001 x— 8 WP—Edwards. LP-HeWrtek. Hockey Boston Sbmgn L.5-1 Mahay Corsi Eckersley Minnesota RadkeW,4-3 Swindell Carrasco Aguilera S,7 3 31-3 2-3 1 SO 0 2 0 0 52-3 84315 2 10003 1-300000 1 00000 Saberhagen pitched to 5 batters in the 4th. HBP-by Saberhagen (Meares). WP-Radke. Umpires—Home, Hickox; Rrst, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Foster. T—2:39. A—9,076 (46,678). TEXAS YANKEES 8, RANGERS 6 NEW YORK 4 6'A 16'A San Diego San Francisco _ Los Angeles Colorado Arizona Tuesday's results Pittsburgh 6, Colorado 0 Atlanta 5, Cincinnati 1 Houston 4, Florida 2 SI Louis 6, Milwaukee 5,10 innings Chicago Cubs 7, Arizona 6 Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 3 NY Mets at San Diego, ppd., rain Montreal at San Francisco, ppd., rain Wednesday's results Montreal 9, San Francisco 5 Cincinnati 10, Rorida 4 Houston 1, Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 10, St. Louis 2 Chicago Cubs 9, Colorado 3 Milwaukee at Arizona, (n) Philadelphia at Los Angeles, (n) NY Mets at San Diego, (n) Thursday's games Chicago Cubs (Tapani 4-2) at Colorado (Thomson 2-3), 2:05 p.m. Montreal (Hermanson 3-3 and Moore 2-4) at San Francisco (Esles 2-5 and Darwin 3-2), 2, 2:05 p.m. NY Mets (Mlicki 1-3 and Bohanon 0-1) at San Diego (Ashby 5-2 and Hitchcock 1-0), 2, 4:05 p.m. • Florida (Larkin 2-2) at Cincinnati (Winchester 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Silva 3-3) at Houston (Schourek 10), 7*5 p.m. Atlanta (Millwood 5-1) at SL Louis (Petkovsek 2-1), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Eldred 0-2) at Arizona (Daal 0-2), 9:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Portugal 1-0) at Los Angeles (Norm 2-4), 9:05 p.m. American League abrhbl ebrhbl TGdwincf 3000 Knblch2b 5141 Simmsll 2000 Jeterss 4223 McLmr2b 5022 O'Neill ri 5110 GreetII 5010 TMrtnztb 4100 JuGnlzrl 4221 BWIimsd 3124 WCIarktb 4122 Stmbrdh 2010 IRdrgzc 4121 Raines dh 0000 Stevens dh 4000 Curtis II 3000 Elsterss 3110 Brosius3b 3110 FTafis 3b 2000 Glrardi c 4120 Alicoa 3b 2120 Totals 386126 Totals 338138 Texas 020 100 300-6 New York 003 040 01 x—8 DP—Texas 2, New York 1. LOB—Texas 6, New York 8. 2B-Greer (4), JuGonzalez (14), IRodriguez (16), Alicea 2 (6), Knoblauch (4), O'Neill (11). HR-^luGonzalez (10), WCIark (7), IRodriguez (7), Jeter (6), BWilliams (2). CS— BWilliams (3), Strawberry (2). IP H RER BB SO Texas Helling U6-1 5 97741 Levine 2-31 0000 Gunderson 2-300021 Crabtree 2-331110 Bailes 1 00000 New York ConeW,5-1 61-3 7 4 4 0 7 Nelson 0 12210 Stanton 2-310001 Holmes 2-300000 MRiveraS.7 11-33 0 0 0 2 Crabtree pitched to 4 batters in the 6th, Nelson pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. Umpires—Home, Tschida; First, Oenkinger; Second, Reed; Third, O'Nora. T—3:13. A—23,142(57,545). ATHLETICS 4, BLUE JAYS 2 OAKLAND TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl 3000 Stewart d 4000 4000 SGreen rf 4011 1000 Crespoll 4010 4110 CDIgdo 1b 3010 4121 Stanley dh 4000 3100 TFmdz 2b 4110 4110 SprgueSb 3000 4000 Richer c 3111 2001 AGnzlzss 3010 3012 32454 RSnchzph 0000 Jhnstne p 0000 Tvarez p 0000 Benard ph 1000 Totals 409159 Totals 34 S 7 5 Montreal 512 100 000—9 Sen Francisco 101 000 300-5 E—Andrews (6), Kent (8). DP—San Francisco t. LOB-Montreal 5, San Francisco 4. 2B— Fullmer (12), Widger (7), CPerez (1), Mueller (11), Aurilia (8), Poole (1). HR-Grudzielanek 2 (5), Widger 2 (5). SB—Bonds (6). CS—Bonds (3). SF—McGuire. IP H RER BB SO Montreal CPerez W.2-3 B 75416 Urblna 1 00011 San Francisco Gardner 1,2-2 21-311 8 8 0 0 Poole 42-3 41105 Johnstons 1 00000 Tavarez t 00000 WP—CPerez, Poole. Umpires—Home, Marsh; Rrst, Benin; Second, Conner; Third, Hernandez. T—2:33. A—10,244 (62,000). ASTROS 1.PIRATESO PITTSBURGH HOUSTON abrhbl 2010 4000 3010 4000 3000 3020 3000 4020 2000 1000 2906 0 Wmack2b AMrtinil Kendall c KYngtb Alnswrtd JGIIen ri PlcvichSb Collier ss Ueberp Ward ph Totals Pittsburgh Houston abrhbl 4010 4000 4010 4110 2020 4011 3010 3000 2000 0000 30 1 71 000 000 000-0 000 100 MX—1 Biggie 2b DeBell rf Spiers 3b Howell 1b Aloulf Hidalgo d Asmusc Bogarss Hmptnp BWgnrp Totals E—Spiers (2). DP—Pittsburgh 1, Houston 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 9, Houston 8. 2B—Bigglo (15), Spiers (8). S—Allensworth, Polcovich, Ueber. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Ueber L.1-5 8 71136 Houston 82-3 60035 1-30 0 0 0. 1 Hampton W.6-1 BWagner S.10 HBP—by Hampton (Kendall). PS-Kendall. Umpires—Home, Hellion; First, Crawford; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T—2:16. A—14,239 (54,370). PHILLIES B, DODGERS 3 PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES abrhbl Glnvilled 5010 Jrferieslf 4000 Amarolf 1000 Rolen 3b 4120 Brognalb 4131 Lbrthal c 5220 Abreu rf 3010 MLewis2b 4112 Rlafordss 4011 Schllngp 2000 KJrdan ph 1011 Gomes p 0000 MLeitrp 0000 ebrhbl 3120 0000 0000 1000 3113 4010 4020 3000 4020 3000 0000 0000 1010 4010 2000 2110 34311 3 100 100 030-5 200 000 100—3 EcYng2b Rdnskyp Osunap THbbrdph Mndeslrl Piazza c Karros 1b Zeile3b Luke If HMswcf Bruskep Castro ss Cedenoph WGreross RMrtnzp THwrdd Totals NHL playoffs SECOND ROUND (Best-of-7) Tuesday, May 12 Buffalo 5, Montreal 4 (Sot), Buffalo leads series M Detroit 3, SL Louis 2 (2ot), Detroit leads series 2-1 Wednesday, May 13 Washington 2, Ottawa 0, Washington leads series 3-1 Dallas 3, Edmonton 1, Dallas leads series 3-1 Thursday, May 14 Buffalo at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Detroit at St Louis, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Basketball Totals 37 S12 5 Philadelphia Los Angeles E—Rolen (6). DP—Philadelphia 2. LOB— Philadelphia 9, Los Angeles 7.2B-Rolen (11), Brogna (10), Lieberthal (5), KJordan (3), Luke (7), THoward (2). HR—Mondesi (6). SB— Glamrille (8). S—Abreu, Schilling, EcYoung. SF—Mondesi. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Schilling W.5-3 7 93316 Gomes 1 10000 MLeHerS,7 1 10001 Los Angeles RMartinez 6 82217. Bmske 1 01110 Radinsky L.1-1 1 32201 Osuna 1 10001 Bruske pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP-RMartlnez. Umpires—Home, Danley; Rrst, Quick; Second, West; Third, Kellogg. T-3:03. A—32,382 (56,000). ROYALS 4, DEVIL RAYS 0 KANSAS CITY TAMPA BAY abrhbl Mackdh 4000 Hatler ss 5110 Offrmn 2b 3120 JKIng 1b 2001 EnYng If 2011 Conine il 3000 Palmer 3b 4110 Dyerf 4120 Fasano c 3010 Damon cf 4012 34494 abrhbl 3000 3010 4020 4000 3000 3010 2000 1000 0000 3000 3000 29 040 100 000 120—4 000 000 000-0 DaMrtzrf McCkncf Boggs3b McGrfftb Srrenlodh MKelly If Rherty c Winnph DiFlcec Stocker ss Cairo 2b Totals SO 0 0 2 10 Totals Kansas City Tampa Bay E— Cairo (5). DP— Kansas City 1 , Tampa Bay 1. LOB— Kansas City 11, Tampa Bay 4. 2B— Halter (6), EnYoung (3), McCracken (14). CS— DaMartinez (3). S-Fasano. SF-^JKing. IP H RER BB Kansas City RappW,3-3 9 4 Tampa Bay SaundersLM 62-3 62246 Carlson 11-32 2 2 1 0 RTatis 1 10010 Umpires— Home, Welke; Rrst, Cederstrom; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T— 2:38. A— 25,224 (45,200). ORIOLES 8, INDIANS 1 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE abrhbl 4010 ByAdsn d 4010 4010 4000 3000 3000 1000 4121 3000 3010 33 1 6 1 Lofton d Vizquel ss Justice dh Thome 1b MRmrzrf Giles If Dnstonph Frymn 3b Brdersc DaBell2b Totals Cleveland Baltimore Hmndsrf RAImr2b RPImr 1b CRpkenSb Baines dh Carter dh Surhofilf Wbstsrc Bordickss Totals abrhbl 5222 3100 3221 2001 3100 3011 1000 4011 4110 4132 328108 001 000 000—1 302 100 02X-8 DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Cleveland 6, Baltimore 6. 2B—Vizquel (7), DaBell (4), RAlomar (7). 38—RAlomar (1). HR—Fryman (4), ByAn- demon 2 (3), Bordick (4). SF—RPalmeiro. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland OgeaL,1-2 4 76620 Krivda 22-3 1 0 0 2 1 Plunk 1-300000 Villone 1 22201 Baltimore DrabekW,3-4 7 51111 Chartton 2 10003 Umpires—Home, Young; Rrst, Coble; Second, Ford; Third, Hendry. T-2:39. A-43,379 (48,262). TIGERS 8, MARINERS S SEATTLE DETROIT sbrhbl abrhbl ARdrgzts 4010 BLHnlrd 4010 McDnld d MgdanSb Blwers 3b Grieve rf Stairs dh Giambi 1b Spiezio 2b KAbbotss Hindi c Voigtlf Totals Oakland Toronto Totals 32 2 6 2 001 000 030—4 000 010 010—2 E—McDonald (3), Spiezio (5), Sprague (6), Clemens (1). LOB—Oakland 10, Toronto 6. 2B-Grieve (13), Stairs 2 (14), Spiezio (7), Voigt (1), CDelgado (6), Fletcher (7), AGonzalez (10). S—McDonald, Hindi. SF—Retcher. IP H RER BB SO Oakland HaynesW,2-1 72-3 5 2 1 1 8 Mohler 0 10010 Fetters S,2 11-300000 Toronto Clemens L.4-4 8 44169 Plesac 1 10001 Mohler pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. HBP—by Clemens (McDonald). WP—Mohler. Umpires—Home, McClelland; First, Hirschbeck; Second, Garcia; Third, Reilly. T—2:46. A—25,732 (51,000). BRAVES 10, CARDINALS 2 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS abrhbl 4031 1000 5110 3311 4100 2224 1000 5132 4111 t 000 5111 4000 0000 Weiss ss OGllenss Lckhrt2b ChJnes 3b Glrrga 1b Klesko If DBtstalf JLopezc Tucker rf GerWmrf AJonesd Glavine p Gather p Clayton ss RLnkfdd McGwrtb BJrdanri McGeeph GaettlSb Mabryph Gent If Lmpkin ph Mrreroc DeShds2b Brtnfldp Politic p Busby p Pgnozzi ph Frsdrep DHwrd2b Totals abrhbl 4000 4000 4010 3000 0000 2100 1000 3111 1000 2010 3011 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 Totals 39101210 Totals 30242 Atlanta 206 002 000-10 SL Louis 010 100 000— 2 Klesko reached first on catcher's Interference. E—Marrero (1). LOB—Atlanta 7, St. Louis 4. 2B—Klesko (8), Tucker (13), Marrero (2). HR— Klesko (6), Gant (7). CS—Marrero (1). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Glavine W.5-2 7 422 Gather 2 000 St. Louis PolitteL,2-3 2 555 Busby 3 533 Frascatore 2 222 Bottenfield 2 000 Politte pitched to 3 batters in the 3rd. WP—Politte. Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Vanoven Second, Hirschbeck, M.; Third, Froemming. T—2:40. A-31,532 (49,676). CUBS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 6 CHICAGO ARIZONA abrhbl 4223 4011 4000 4222 4011 1000 3000 0000 0000 4000 4210 1100 0000 0000 1000 34777 abrhbl 5021 3110 3110 4000 4223 3110 1000 3000 0000 1000 0000 0000 4112 2000 2000 35686 010 021 201—7 030 000 030—6 E—Orie (3), SMartlnez (2), DWhlte (3), Stankiewta (1). DP-Chlcago 1. LOB—Chicago 7, Arizona 4.2B—BBrown (6), YBenitez (4), Stanklewicz (4). 3B—HRodriguez (1). HR—Ma- Grace (2), Stinnett (3). S—Mulholland. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Mulholland 62-3 6 3 1 1 3 Pisciotta 1-312210 BPatterson 1-300001 TAdamsW,2-1 2-31 1 101 BBrwn d Mmdnl2b Sosarf MaGce1b HRdrgzH JHmdzlf OrieSb TAdmsp Beckp SMrtnzc Alxndrss Mlhllndp Pscotta p BPtrsnp Mieske If Totals Chicago Arizona DWhlte d TBtstaSb JBenss TLeefb Stinnett c YBnlezlf Dllucdlf Mulensrf Olson p AFoxph FRdrgz p Browp Stnkwc2b AnBnesp Brederl Totals NBA playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Tuesday, May 12 Utah 87, San Antonio 77, Utah wins series 4-1 LA Lakers 110, Seattle 95, LA Lakers win series 4-1 Wednesday, May 13 Indiana 99, New York 88, Indiana wins series 4-1 Chicago 93, Charlotte 84, Chicago wins series 4-1 CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 LA Lakers at Utah, 2 p.m. (NBC) Remainder of schedule TEA Sunday, May 17 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC) Remainder of schedule TBA NBA summaries PACERS 99, KNICKS 88 NEW YORK (88) Johnson 6-13 4-517, Oakley 1-4 0-0 2, Ewing 4-132-810, Houston 14-25 2-2 33, Ward 2-6 00 5, Chikta 2-4 0-04, Starks 5-16 0-012, Mills 221-2 5. Totals 36-83 9-17 88. INDIANA (99) •Mullin 3-9 0-0 8, D.Davis 2-51-2 5, Smits 1015 2-2 22, Miller 7-14 8-8 24, Jackson 6-12 1010 22, McKey 1-7 00 2, A.Davis 2-5 8-12 12, Best 1-3 W 2, Rose 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 33-71 293499. New York 25 18 18 27—88 Indiana 29 18 21 31—99 3-Polnt goals—New York 7-21 (Houston 34, Starks 2-10, Johnson 1-3, Ward 1-3, Childs 0-1), Indiana 4-13 (Mullin 2-4, Miller 2-5, McKey 0-1, Best 0-1, Jackson 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 47 (Ewing 11), Indiana 51 (Jackson 14). Assists—New York 16 (Ward 5), Indiana 23 (Jackson 13). Total fouls—New York 27, Indiana 16. A—16,767 (16,530). BULLS 93, HORNETS 84 CHARLOTTE (84) Mason 7-13 2-216, Rice 13-21 2-2 30, Divac 3-10 3-4 9, Wesley 7-12 0416, Phills 0-3 0-0 0, Beck 3-5 0-0 6, Armstrong 2-5 00 5, Curry 0-2 2-2 2, Reid 0-0 04 0. Totals 35-71 9-10 84. CHICAGO (93) Pippen 5-16 54 16, Rodman 4-8 04 8, Longley 3-9 7-813, Harper 2-5 04 4, Jordan 15-29 34 33, Kukoc 1-2 04 2, Kerr 5-9 4-415, Brown 02 04 0, Wennington 1-30-02. Totals 36-83192493. Charlotte 29 16 25 14-84 Chicago 26 23 24 20—93 3-Point goals—Charlotte 5-12 (Wesley 2-3, Rice 2-5, Armstrong 1-1, Curry 0-1, Phills 0-2), Chicago 2-11 (Kerr 1-1, Pippen 1-5, Harper 0-2, Jordan 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Charlotte 36 (Divac 15), Chicago 53 (Rodman 21). Assists—Charlotte 22 (Mason, Divac, Wesley 5), Chicago 20 (Pippen, Longley 5). Total fouls-Charlotte 22, Chicago 15. Technicals- Curry, 2; Rice; Jordan. Election—Curry. A— 23,844(24,119). USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division T, 54.83; 3. Rlener, Her, 55.06. 800m run — 1. Kinderknecht, Wti, 2:05; 2. Latham, T, 2:05; 3. Welles, Wh, 2:06. 1,600m run — 1. Zimmerman, Wh, 4:51; 2. Young, U, 4:51; 3. Tuttle, Wh, 4:51. 3,200m run — 1. Young, U, 10:46; 2. Zimmerman, Wh, 10:48; 3. Tuttle, Wh, 11.02. 400m relay — 1. Brewster, 47.11; 2. Cheylin, 47.24; 3. Golden Plains, 48.68. 1,600m relay — 1. Wheatland, 3:37; 2. Triplalns, 3:39; 3. Brewster, 3:42. 3,200m relay—1. Wheatland, 8:52; 2. Brewster, 9:12; 3. Jennings, 9:16. Shot put -1. Latham, T, 47.08; 2. Fleming, C, 44.03; 3. Lundgren, Wh, 43.05. Dlicui — 1. Lundgren, Wh, 134-5; 2. Hubbard, C, 123-7; 3. Kuntz, Wh, 121-9. High jump — 1. Beiser, B, 64; 2. Hendrlcks, C, 64; 3. Latham, T, 64. Long Jump — 1. Goetz, Q, 20-1; 2. Rush, B, 204; 3. Carmen, QP, 18-5. Triple lump — 1. Goetz, G, 40-3; 2. Vahling, J, 38-10; 3. Okeson,Wes, 37-11. Javelin -1. Sevens, U, 158-3; 2. Lundgren, Wh, 1444; 3. Marintzer, Her, 131-3. Pole vault — 1. Magle, Hea, 11-6; 2. Ful- wlder,B,10-6;3.Berg,J,9-6. GIRLS Team scores Grinnell 74, Wheatland 70, Weskan 60, Golden Plains 51, Jennings 50, Uttea 50, Cheylln 48, Brewster 42, Triplalns 36, Heaty34, Hemdpn 10. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Heinrich, G, 16.26; 2. Latham, T, 16.67; 3. Seymour, C, 17.40. 300m hurdles—1. Latham, T, 48.57; 2. Heinrich, G, 49.77; 3. Welles, Wh, 50.65. 100m dash—1. Teeter, G, 12.93; 2. Wilkens, Hea, 13.45; 3. Seymour, C, 13.53. 200m dash — 1. Wilkens, Hea, 27.82; 2. Heinrich, G, 27.84; 3. Vahling, J, 28.07. 400m dash — 1. Teeter, G, 1:00.45; 2. Cox, Wes, 1:08.84; 3. Moorhous, Wh, 1:08.93. 800m run — 1. Robben, B, 2:37; 2. Rogers, GP, 2:39; 3. Robinson, Wes, 2:44. 1,600m run — 1. Ross, GP, 5:54; 2. Robinson, Wes, 6:09; 3. Back, Hea, 6:13. 3,200m run — 1. Ross, GP, 12:41; 2. Young, U, 13:25; 3. Traub.U, 13:42. 400m relay—1. Weskan, 56.42; 2. Jennings, 57.08; 3. Cheylin, 57.42. 1,600m relay—1. Weskan, 4:26; 2. Brewster, 4:31; 3. Wheatland, 4:32. 800m relay - 1. Jennings, 1:55; 2. Wheatland, 2:00; 3. Brewster, 2:01. Shot put—1. Goetz, Wh, 33-10; 2. Meals, C, 32-7; 3. Ochs, T, 32-5. Discus—1.Meats, C, 1214; 2. Fteckensteln, J, 111-5; 3. Hoyt,U, 96-11. High jump -1. Robinson, Wes, 5-7; 2. (tie) Schiltz, GP & Ochs, U, 4-10. Long |ump — 1. Teeter, G, 17-3; 2. Wilkens, Hea, 15-10 3. Schiltz, GP, 15-10. Triple lump — 1. Teeter, G, 36-3; 2. Schiltz, GP, 32-9; 3. Vahling, J, 32-7. Javelin — 1. Traub, U, 110-8; 2. GIDey, B, 106-6; 3. Latham, T, 103-6. ANGELS 8, WHITE SOX 3 ANAHEIM CHICAGO abrhbl 4 0 2 t 5001 5121 5010 4121 5000 3210 3321 0000 3123 37 8128 Mshorerf Edmndcf Erstad If Salmon dh FieldeMb DvHIns 3b Nevinc Velarde 2b NMrtin2b DSrcnass Totals Anaheim Chicago Dmam2b MOrdzrf FThmsdh Belle If J Abbott II VnturaSb Crdero 1b Cmeron d Kreuterc Snopekss Totals abrhbl 5120 5110 5031 4011 1000 5010 3100 3020 4011 3010 38 312 3 002 310 020-8 111 000 000—3 DP—Anaheim 1, Chicago t. LOB—Anaheim 7, Chicago 11.2B—Salmon (2), Nevin (3), DiS- arcina (6), Durham (9), MOrdonez (4), Belle (12), Kreuter (3). HR-Erstad (9), Relder (6), Velarde (1). SB—Snopek (2). CS—Relder (1). S—OiSardna. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Watson W.3-3 51-3 9 3 3 3 2 Hasegawa 22-3 2 0 0 0 1 DeLucia 1 10000 Chicago Sirotka 1,5-3 Baldwin Fordham TCaslillo Casian 31-3 7 5 5 1 4 21-3 3 1 t 0 1 11-30 0 0 0 2 1 12220 1 10001 HBP—by Baldwin (Mashore). PB—Nevin, Kreutor. Umpires—Home, Craft; Rrst, McKean; Second, Joyce; Third, Clark. T—3:24. A—13,498(44,321). National League CUBS 9, ROCKIES 3 CHICAGO COLORADO abrhbl BBrwn cl 6230 Lnsing 2b Mmdni 2b 6221 Sosa rt 5122 MaGce 11) 4121 HRdrgzlf 5132 Mieske If 0000 JHmdzss 5222 Orie 3b 4011 Servais c 5030 Trchsel p 4010 Huston ph 1000 Wngertp 0000 Pscotta p 0000 FLORIDA REDS 10, MARLINS 4 CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl 4000 StynesSb 5121 4110 GWhilep 0000 4021 LHrris ph 1000 4000 Belinda p 0000 4020 Larklnss 5221 4110 DYngll 4120 4112 Nnnally If 0100 3000 Nieves ri 3021 2000 Reese 3b . 1112 0000 BBoone 2b 4111 0000 RSndrsd 4110 0000 EduPrz 1b 2111 1111 Frdycec 4121 0000 Tomko p 3000 WGme ph 0000 Wtkins ri 0001 Totals 34484 Totals 381014 9 Florida 020 001 010— 4 Cincinnati 001 202 23x—10 E—Floyd (3), Eisenreich (2). LOB—Rorida 3, Cincinnati 12.2B—Bonilla (5), Larkin (S), Nieves (1), BBoone (15), Fordyce 2 (3). SB—Reese (1). HR—CJohnson (7), Cangelosl (1). SB-Renteria (9). CS—Fordyce (1). S—Fordyce. SF— BBoone, Watkins. Floyd II Rnteria ss Kotsaycf Shffield rf Bonilla 3b Esnrich 1b CJhnsnc Cunsell2b JSnchzp Alfnscap Palp Dmsbrp Cnglosi ph JPwell p Beck 3,11 Arizona AnBenes Olson FRdrgz L.0-2 Brow 1 IP H RER BB SO Totals Chicago Colorado 45 919 9 abrhbl 4000 4000 2010 1000 4111 4121 4121 4000 4010 2010 0000 1000 0000 0000 1000 35 3 8 3 011 020 500-9 000 020 001—3 Burks d LWIkerrf VnWalrf Bcheltelf Castilla 3b Helton tb JReedc NPerez ss Astacio p McElry p LJriano ph Munoz p Veres p Clbmn ph Totals E—NPerez (9). DP—Colorado 1. LOB— Rorida JSanchez 5 53356 Alfonseca 0 10000 Pall 1,0-1 11-35 4 4 0 2 Darensbourg 2-300000 JPowell 1 33320 Cincinnati Tomko W.5-1 7 63305 GWhile 1 11102 Belinda 1 10001 Alfonseca pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP—Pall. Balk^lSanchez. Umpires—Home, Darling; First, Winters; Second, Pondno; Third, Rippley. T—2:41. A—15,121(52,953). Late boxscores TUESDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE DEVIL RAYS 6, INDIANS S CLEVELAND . TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl Lofton d 6120 DaMrttrf 6000 Vizquel ss 6010 McCkn d 6130 Justice dh 5220 Boggs3b 2100 Thome 1b 4110 Cairo 2b 2010 MRmrzrf 5021 McGrfftb 6100 Giles N 6100 Snenlodh 4011 SAImrc 6023 MKeUyll 5100 Frymn 3b 5000 BSrntri 2b 5032 DaBellZb 4000 Ldsma3b 1110 Dnston2b 2000 DiFlcec 2000 Wirm pr 0000 Flherty c 2000 62-3 76416 11-3 0 0 0 0 1 2-301141 1-300001 Pisciotta pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. HBP-by Olson (Orie). Umpires—Home, Schrieben Rrst, Montague; Second, DeMuth; Third, Rellford. T-3:07.A-45,240 (48,500). Big 12 tournament BIG 12 CONFERENCE At Oklahoma Ctty First round Texas ASM vs. Oklahoma State, 11 a.m. Baylor vs. Missouri, 3 p.m. Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma, 7 p.m. MVC linescore WICHITA STATE 6, CREIGHTON 4 Crelghton 110 010 001 — 4 8 0 Wichita State 010 002 12x — 6 12 0 Sterling, Matzenbacher (8) and Christensen; Christensen, Bluma (9) and Preston. WP — Christensen. LP — Sterling. S — Bluma. 2B — C: Cariey, Gripp; WS: Ryan, Davis. 3B — C: Gripp. HR — C: Gripp, Sama; WS: Hayes. High school SAUNA CENTRAL 9, TOPEKA HIGH 8 Salina Central 401 040 0 — 9 12 3 TopekaHigh 1003400— 6 9 2 WP — Lamone (3-3). LP — Stull. 2B — SC: Wilson;TH: Graber. 3B — SC: Norris. SALINA CENTRAL 11 TOPEKA HIGH 4 Salina Central 210 710 0 — 11 10 6 Topeka High 000 220 0 — 4 6 5 WP — Anderson (3-2). LP — Oakes. 2B — SC: Just; TH: ABegrucci. HR — SC: Lamone. Connecticut Long Island Columbus New Hampshire Pet. GB .600 — .500 M .500 V4 .250 1'A Mid-Atlantic Division Camden Atlantic City Washington New Jersey W 5 5 2 1 Pet. GB .714 — .714 — .400 2 .250 2 Southern Division W L Pet. GB Jacksonville 4 1 .800 — Tampa Bay 4 3 .571 1 Atlanta 2 3 .400 2 Raleigh 0 5 .000 4 Wednesday's results Washington 122, Atlantic City 121 Columbus 119, Tampa Bay 113 Jacksonville 120, Camden 118 Thursday's games Long Island at Connecticut, 6 p.m. Raleigh at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Columbus at Jacksonville, 6:30 p.m. New Hampshire at New Jersey, 6:35 p.m. Golf Tennis Softball State college NAIA GREAT PLAINS REGIONAL Championship games Tuesday at Sioux Center, Iowa Bellevue, Neb. 4, Concordia, Neb. 1 Bellevue, Neb. 6, Concordia, Neb. 5 High school SALINA CENTRAL 4, McPHERSON 2 McPherson 000 101 0 — 2 2 1 Salina Central 011 200 x — 4 8 3 Hoeme, Vemon (4) and Schmidt; Herman and Wilson. WP — Herman (34). LP — Hoeme. 2B — M:Schrag. SALINA CENTRAL S, McPHERSON 4 McPherson 002 020 0 — 4 4 0 Salina Central 31001 Ox —5 7 3 Schrag and Schmidt; Moreen and Wilson. WP — Moreen (3-5). LP — Schrag. 2B — SC: Herman, Sanchez. SALINA SOUTH 6, GREAT BEND 0 GreatBend 0000000—0 33 Salina South 001 005 x— 6 93 Mitchell and Powell; Bradley, Metro (6) and Wondra. WP—Mitchell (9-0). LP—Bradley. 2B—SS: Wahlgren, Mitchell. SALINA SOUTH 8, GREAT BEND 2 GreatBend 1100000—2 74 Salina South 000 332 x— 7 91 Manwaren and Wondra; Harbaugh and Graham. WP—Harbaugh (7-1). LP—Manwaren. High school 1-70 LEAGUE TOURNAMENT At Salina Country Club, Par 36-35-71 Team scores Salina South 310, Manhattan 312, Topeka West 316, Salina Central 321, Topeka High 331, Junction City 357. Medalists x-Cain Frazler, Salina South 36-38-74 Derek Dultmeier, Topeka West 37-37-74 T.J. Vilkanskas, Manhattan 40-35-75 David Dupy, Salina South 39-37-76 Tyler Alt, Salina Central 41-36-77 Daryn Soldan, Manhattan 39-38-77 Nick Peak, Manhattan 37-40-77 Ryan Rackley, Salina Central 38-40-78 Kyle Jensen, Salina South 39-40-79 John Dinkel, Topeka West 41-39-80 Ryan Shriver, South 43-38-81 Marc Weir, Topeka West 40-41-81 John Appelhans, Topeka High 43-39-82 Beau Buschbom, Topeka High 44-38-82 Ben Rote, Topeka High 42-40-62 Steve Wilson, Central 40-42-82 x-Won one-hole playoff. Other Individual results Salina South - Craig Kuder 4341-64, Eric Adam 46-52-98. Manhattan - Brian Stith 39-45-84, Matt Wertzberger 39-44-83, David Hardy 45-42-87. Topeka West - Ryan Nelson 3944-63, Eric Williams 41 -43-84, Erik Wisner 46-39-85. Salina Central - Pat Dreier 45-40-85, Chris Abbott 44-44-88, Adam Lebahn 43-41-84. Topeka High - Brett Lundberg 43-51-94, Ryan Kinder 43-42-85, Charlie Cooper 4344-87. Junction City - Mark Arban 47-41-88, Joe Moon 45-42-87, Adam Sunslrom 42-46-88, Ron Moretti 43-51-94, Andrew Swarts 4852-100, Cal Cunningham 52-46-98. Track ft field State college KANSAS CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First team Matt Penner, Tabor; Aaron Walker, Bethany; Troy Brodhagen, Bethel; Matt Turner, Bethel; Vance VanPelt, Bethel; Jared Ward, Bethel. Second team Adny Nelson, Bethany, Scott Ptacek, Bethany; Morris Milton, Bethel; Joey House, McPherson; Josh Ewert, Southwestern; Seth Undberg, Southwestern; Mike Helms, Sterling; Tyler Brown, Tabor. High school 1-70 LEAGUE TOURNAMENT At Oakdale Park Team scores Salina Central 40, Topeka High 38, Topeka West 30, Manhattan 27, Salina South 26, June-' lion City 21. No. 1 singles Championship—Stroer, SC, del. Zovte, TW, 6-0, 6-1. Third place - VanStckle, TH, del. Vieyra, JC, 64, 6-2. Rfth place — Ragan, M, del. Buyse, SS, 9-2. Semifinals—Stroer, SC, del. Vieyra, X, 94); Zovic, TW, del. VanSfckle, TH, M. First round — Slroer, SC, bye; Vieyra, JC, del. Ragan, M, 94; VanSlckle, TH, del. Buyse, SS, 9-1; Zovic, TW, bye. No. 2 singles Championship — Peterson, TH, del. Desal, M, 6-3, 6X1. Third place — Porter, SC, del. Ottman, TW, 6-1,6-1. Fifth place—Uvengood, SS, del. Kim, JC, 9-8(8-6). . Semifinals — Desal, M, del. Ottman, TW, 92; Peterson, TH, del. Porter, SC, M (7-3). First round — Desal, M, bye; Ottman, TW, del. Kim, JC, 9-8 (9-7); Porter, SC, del. Uven- good, SS, 9-1; Peterson, TH, bye. No. 3 singles Championship — J.Wilson, SC, del. McKay, TH, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-5). Third place — Adams, SS, del. Pinalre, JC, M, 8-2. Fifth place — Gardner, M, del. Ferris, TW, 9-6. Semifinals — J.Wilson, SC, del. Adams, SS, 9-4; McKay, TH, del. Pinalre, JC, M. First round—J.Wilson, SC, bye; Adams, SS, del. Gardner, M, 94; McKay, TH, del. Farm, TW, 9-5; Pinaire, JC, bye. No. 1 doubles Championship - Humphrey-Roth, TW, del. Lamb-Hoffman, SC, 6-2, 6-1. Third place — Burt-Roth, SS, del. Yorke-Schmktt, TH, 6-1,1-6, 7-5. Fifth place—Lull-Chang, M, del. Schoenrock-Roberge, JC, 9-3. Semifinals - Lamb-Hoffman, SC, del. Yorke- Schmidt, TH, 9-1; Humphrey-Roth, TW, del. Burt-Roth, SS, 9-4. First round — Lamb-Hoffman, SC, bye; Yorite-Schmidt, TH, del. Lull-Chang, M, 94 (71); Humphrey-Roth, TW, del. Schoenrock- Roberge, JC, 94. No. 2 doubles Championship — Stanlield-Worswlck, TH, del. C.Wilson-Jones, SC, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4. Third place — Schurie-Knapp, M, del. Coleman- Tripp, SS, 6-4,6-4. Rfth place—Clark-Sampson, TW, del. Pelcak-Delatorre, JC, 9-3. • Semifinal! — C.Wilson-Jones, SC, del. Schurie-Knapp, M, 9-3; Stanliald-Worswlck, TH, del. Coleman-Tripp, SS, 94 (7-2). First round — C.Wilson-Jones, SC, bye; Schurie-Knapp, M, del. Clark-Sampson, TW, 94; Coleman-Tripp, SS, del. Pelcak-Delatorre, JC, 9-4; Stanfield-Worswick, TH, bye. Horse racing Preakness odds The field for Saturday's 123rd Preakness Stakes, with post position, horse's name, jockey's name and odds: 1. Spartan Cat 2. Black Cash 3. Classic Cat 4. Coronado's Quest 5. Cape Town 6. Basic Trainee 7. Baquero 6. Hot Wells 9. Silver's Prospect 10. Victory Gallop 11. Real Quiet Wilson Sellers Albarado Smith Bailey Velasquez Day Prado Douglas Stevens Desormeaux 30-1 20-1 12-1 2-1 5-1 99-1 20-1 30-1 99-1 3-1 5-2 General High school BREWSTER INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Wheatland 128, Brewster 107, Triplains 61, Cheylin 58, Hemdon 41, Grinnell 40, Utica 37, Jennings 29, Healy 25, Golden Plains 19, Weskan 13. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Heinrich, Wh, 16.86; 2. Jennlson, Hea, 17.30; 3. Marintzer, Her, 17.59. 300m hurdles — 1. Heinrich, Wh, 42.96; 2. Pelkey, Her, 44.48; 3. Zimmerman, Wh, 45.19. 100m dash — 1. Rush, B, 11.68; 2. Mackley, T, 11.81; 3. Leach, C, 12.11. 200m dash — 1. Rush, B, 23.54; 2. Mackley, T, 24.64; 3. Crumbaker, B, 24.68. 400m dash — 1. Rush, B, 51.92; 2. Mackley, Transactions BASEBALL American League ANAHEIM ANGELS—Activated INF Randy Velarde from the 15-day disabled list. Placed INF Caries Garcia on the 15-day disabled list. BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Signed RHP Scott Erickson to a five-year contract. BOSTON RED SOX—Placed SS Nomar Gar- ciaparra on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled LHP Ron Mahay from Pawtucket of the International League. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Signed RHP Charles Nagy to a four-year contract with a dub option lor the 2003 season. National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Placed 1B Jeff Bagwell on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled 1B-OF Daryie Ward. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Activated 1B-OF Dave Nilsson from the 15-day disabled list Optioned INF-OF Brian Banks to Louisville of the International League. FOOTBALL National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS—Promoted Jack Bushofsky from director of pro personnel to director of player personnel. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed DE Clyde Simmons to a one-year contract GREEN BAY PACKERS-Traded DT Darius Holland to the Kansas City Chiefs for DE Vaughn Booker. OAKLAND RAIDERS-Signed TE Derek Brown. SPOUTS DIGEST A fight for the aged: Foreman-Holmes By ED SCHUYLER JR. The Associated Press For old times sake, George Foreman and Larry Holmes will fight each other. Foreman, who will be 50 Jan. 10, and Holmes, who will be 49 Nov. 3, also will fight for pride. But the two former heavyweight champions ; definitely will not fight for peanuts. "I've signed a contract," Holmes said Wednesday. "I'm not going to tell you what I'm going to . make." •" i Reportedly, Holmes will earn $4 million and ; Foreman will make $10 million. ; Roy Foreman said from Atlantic City, N. J., that his brother signed a contract Monday. For the fight to happen, however, Roy Foreman: said the promoter has until Friday to put up 10 ; percent of what each fighter will receive. ; Roy Foreman said possible sites include At- • lantic City; Lake Charles, La.; New Orleans, or Biloxi, Miss., and that the fight could happen be- : tweeri Oct. 3 and Jan. 10 (Foreman's birthday).. ; Baseball NEW YORK — The Philadelphia Phillies, still ', struggling to sign their top pick from last year, will have the No. 1 overall selection when this ' ' year's amateur draft starts June 2. Philadelphia has until the end of May 25 to sign outfielder • .- J.D. Drew, taken with the No. 2 pick overall last year. Drew has asked for $11 million, while the Phillies have offered about $2 million guaranteed with options that could make the deal worth approximately $6 million over four years.' Philadelphia will be followed in the draft by -' Oakland, the Chicago Cubs, Kansas City, St. Louis, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Toronto and San J Diego. The order of selection is determined by reverse order of finish in 1997, with the AL and NL alternating picks. •'. • • TORONTO — Toronto outfielder Jose Cruz Jr. J was taken to a hospital Tuesday night after suffering a severe allergic reaction that was a "potentially life-threatening situation." About 45 minutes before Tuesday's game against Oak- ' '_ land, the 24-year-old was scratched from the ; ' lineup when he had trouble breathing and his "'' eyes swelled up. After examining him, team doc'-! tors, realizing the severity of the situation, gave' Cruz an adrenaline shot. BALTIMORE — Scott Erickson, who could '" " have become a free agent after the season, instead agreed Wednesday to a $32 million, five- ' ' year contract extension with the Baltimore Ori- j oles. Mike Mussina, the Orioles' staff ace, is signed through 2000, Baltimore has solidified its* rotation and signed one of the 13 potential free agents on its roster. MINNEAPOLIS — The Boston Red Sox put shortstop Nomar Garciaparra on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because of mild shoulder •' separation sustained last Friday: The move was ' retroactive to Saturday, meaning the 1997 AL ' Rookie of the Year will be eligible to come off "•; the DL on May 24. Basketball NEW YORK — St. John's University fired basketball coach Fran Fraschilla because of "fundar mental differences" over the management of the a program, the Big East Conference school said.in, a statementESPN had reported that Fraschilla was fired because he showed interest in coach:, ing vacancies at the University of Texas and , .1 Arizona State. Fraschilla, who became the St. '•• John's coach two seasons ago after leaving Man-, hattan College, had returned the once-proud program to respectability. In his second year at St. John's, Fraschilla guided the Red Storm to a 22- 10 record and a berth in the NCAA tournament, i CARBONDALE, HI. — Southern Illinois named,, longtime Purdue assistant Bruce Weber head bas- o ketball coach Wednesday, one month after the „ ^ school asked former coach Rich Herrin to resign. Weber, 41, plans to make recruiting a top priority,, putting to good use his solid image in Indiana and experience recruiting players in East St. Louis , : . and Chicago. Weber, who coached at Purdue for.,. ; 18 years, takes over a program that has not had. a winning record since 1994-95, when the Salukis went 23-9 and played in the NCAA tournament. , Football HACKENSACK, N.J. — Lawrence Taylor is behind in child-support payments because his income is not what it used to be, his lawyer said - ' • after the former Giants star was arrested in a '•• roundup of deadbeat parents. Taylor spent about 10 hours in jail and was released when a business associate paid $6,000 to cover an overdue •-. payment. 'rf PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Steelers corner- back Chad Scott tore the anterior cruciate liga-, ment in his left knee during a routine offseason workout and could miss the entire season. Scott," the Steelers' first-round draft pick in 1997, will undergo surgery today and could miss 6-9 months. Scott, 23, who started the final nine games last season, was injured Tuesday during. • offseason workouts. CINCINNATI — Free agent defensive end Clyde Simmons signed a one-year contract with : the Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday. Simmons- could replace John Copeland, who will miss an undetermined number of games this fall because of a ruptured left Achilles' tendon suffered April. 15. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackle athletic department 785-825-5422 •• , • • Bethany athletic department J85-227-3311 ' ' Fort Hays State athletic department 785-628-4050 . ' Heart of America Sports Camps 785-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 785-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office [816-924-9400 ' ' KansaaCtty Royals ticket office \ [800-676-9257 Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (Abilene) 800-696-7403 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 ' Kansas Westeyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 785-628-8614 •Salina Municipal Gotf Course (clubhouse) 785-826-7450 '' Salina Parka & Recreation office 785-826-7434 • " Salina Parks & Recreation information 785-826-7464 . University of Kansas ticket office 800-344-2957 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267 '-

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