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THE SALINX SPORTS FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1998 C3 T MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Standings •'towYork Boston Bflllimore -Toronto Tampa Bay AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L 28 8 24 15 20 19 18 21 18 22 Pet. QB .765 — .615 4'A .513 BVi .462 lO'/i .421 12 "fcleveland Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Detroit Central Division W L Pet. 21 18 .538 17 22 .436 16 21 .432 16 23 12 23 West Division W L 25 14 20 IB 19 20 16 22 .410 .343 Pet. .641 .526 .487 .421 GB 4 4 5 7 QB 4V4 6 8 ft E-McDonald (4), Magadan (8), KAbbott (9). DP—Oakland 2. LOB—Oakland 4, Detroit 4. 2B—Hlgglnson 2 (10). 3B-Splezio (1). HR— Grieve (4), Magadan (1), Easley (8). SB-Henderson (12), KAbbott (2), Easley (4). CS- Stairs(l). IP Oakland Rogers L,6-2 TJMalhews Groom Small H RER BB SO Detroit Keagle SagerW,1-0 Runyan Brocail 6 1-3 1-3 11-3 ---•„ Wednesday's Games K^DelroltS, Seattle 5 iv Oakland 4, Toronto 2 (s<* Kansas City 4, Tampa Bay 0 If £BaJimore 8, Cleveland 1 "f^i** Yankees 8, Texas 8 1 - "flltnnesota 7, Boston 4 Anaheim 8, Chicago While Sox 3 Thursday's Games Minnesota 2, Boston 1,12 Innings Kansas City 10, Tampa Bay 2 _ Qetroit 8, Oakland 3 Tdrbnto 5, Anaheim 4 Cleveland S, Baltimore 4 Chicago White Sox 5, Seattle 3 Texas 7, N.Y. Yankees 5,13 Innings Friday's Games ^•Oiktand (Oquist 0-1) at Detroit (Castillo 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Texas (Burkett 3-4) at Cleveland (Wright 1 -3), 6:05 p.m. . .Anaheim (Hill 6-1) at Toronto (Hentgen 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Alvarez 3-4) at Baltimore (Key 4- 41-3 6 3 3 1 3 22-3 2 0 0 0 0 11-30 0 0 0 1 2-300001 Groom pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. HBP—by Small (Easley). Umpires—Home, Meriwethen Rrst, Culbreth; Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. T—2:47. A—9,260 (46,945). Kansas City (Rosado 0-2) at Boston (Wakefield 4-1), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Milton 24) at N.Y. Yankees (Pet- title 5-3), 6:35 p.m. Seattle (Swift 2-2) at Chicago White Sox (Navarra 3-3), 7:05 p.m. BLUE JAYS 5, ANGELS 4 ANAHEIM TORONTO abrhbl 4011 4010 4000 4120 4000 4110 4011 2 1 1.1 1111 4010 Erstad If GAndsn rf Salmon tin Edmnd cf Fielder 1b DvHIns 3b Wtoeckc Velarde 2b NMrtin2b DSrcna ss Stewart cf Samuel If SGreen ri Cnseco rf JoCruz cf CDIgdo 1b Stanley dh TFmdz2b SprgueSb KLBwnc ASraliss Totals NATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta New York Philadelphia' Montreal Florida W 30 19 20' 14 13 Pet. .732 .528 .526 .359 .317 Central Division W Houston Chicago Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louis - Pittsburgh 'San I Diego San Francisco Los Angeles Colorado' Arizona Pet. .641 .575 .526 .500 .500 .475 West Division W L Pet. 26 14 .650 23 18 .561 19 21 17 24 9 31 25 23 20 20 19 19 GB 8 <A 8V* 15 17 QB Vh n 5V4 5<A 616 GB 3V4 7 9V4 17 .475 .415 .225 Wednesday's Games Montreal 9, San Francisco 5 -Cincinnati 10, Florida 4 Houston 1, Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 10, St. Louis 2 '. • .'Chicago Cubs 9, Colorado 3 Milwaukee 8, Arizona 3 Los Angeles 9, Philadelphia 4 «'Y. Mets 4, San Diego 3 Thursday's Games San Francisco 6, Montreal 1, 1st game San Francisco 2, Montreal 0, 2nd game :. (''Chicago Cubs 9, Colorado 7 San Diego 3, N.Y. Mets 1, 1st game S'ah Diego 6, N.Y. Mets 2, 2nd game Cincinnati 11, Florida 8 Pittsburgh 7, Houston 2 Atlanta?, St. Louis 3 • Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles 0 Arizona 4, Milwaukee 1 •• . r . Friday's Games •' ' Chicago Cubs (Gonzalez 3-3) at Cincinnati (Harnisch 2-0), 6:05 p.m. Atjanta (Neagle 4-1) at Houston (Uma 6-1), 7:05 p.m. '" Florida (Maadows 3-4) at St. Louis (Ragglo 00), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Woodard 2-1) at Colorado (Kile 5-3)', ; 8:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cordova 4-2) at Arizona (Suppan 0-4), 9:05 p.m. " 'Montreal (Batista 0-1) at Los Angeles (Valdes 33).,8:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Grace 1-4) at San Diego (Smith 3~-2), 9:05 p.m. ': 'N'.Y. Mets (Yoshil 2-1) at San Francisco (Her- shlset 1-3), 9:35 p.m. American League abrhbl 5000 3120 1000 1100 1010 5110 5131 4133 4010 4021 4000 Total) 35 4 9 4 Totals 37 513 5 Anaheim 001 000 012—4 Toronto 012 010 001—5 Two outs when winning mn scored. E—DvHolllns (2), Sprague (7). DP—Anaheim 2, Toronto 1. LOB—Anaheim 5, Toronto 10. 2B—GAnderson (8), CDelgado (7), TFer- nandez (10), KLBrown (4). HR—Velarde (2), Stanley (6). SB—Samuel 2 (3), Canseco 2 (9), AGonzalez (7). CS—Samuel (2). SF— NMartin. IP H R ER BB SO Anaheim CFiniey 61-310 4 4 4 9 PHarris 11-31 0 0 0 1 Holtz 1 10000 OeLuclaL.1-2 0 11100 Toronto WWilliams 7 31105 Quantrill 1-331 100 Plesac 1-300001 Escobar 1-30 0 0 0 0 RaMyersW,2-0 1 32201 DeLucIa pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Garcia; Second, Rellly; Third, McClelland. T—3:08. A—25,606(51,000). INDIANS 5, ORIOLES 4 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE abrhbl 5022 4000 3000 4111 4110 0000 5010 4220 4122 3010 Total! 389159 Totals 48 7 21 7 Chicago 205 000 002—9 Colorado 102 002 011—7 E—MaGrace (1), JHemandez (1), TAdams (1). DP—Chicago 1, Colorado 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Colorado 17.2B-NPerez (9), LWalker 2 (15), Cestilla (7). HR—MaGrace 2 (4), HHo- driguez (9), Castllla (16). SB—Sosa (9), Caslil- la (3). S—NPerez. SF—Sosa. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Tapani W.5-2 52-3 13 3 3 0 3 Muiholland 0 01000 Pisclotta 0 21100 BPattenson 2-320010 TAdams 12-3 2 1 1 0 3 BeckS,12 1 21111 Colorado Thomson L.2-4 21-3 9 7 7 1 3 BMJones 2-300000 Munoz 1 10.011 DeJean 1 10001 McElroy 1 20011 Leskanic 2 00001 Dipoto 1 22201 Muiholland pitched to 1 batter in the 6th, Pisciotta pitched to 2 batters in the 6th, McElroy pitched to 2 barters In the 7th. Umpires—Homo, Williams, C.; Firet, Ha- puano; Second, Dreckman; Third, Pulll. T—3:23. A—48,077(50,381). E—Larkin (4), DYoung (2), EduPerez (1). DP—Florida 1, Cincinnati 2. LOB-Florida 6, Cincinnati 11. 2B-Cangelosi (1), DLee 2 (6), DYoung (15), Taubensee 2 (14), RSanders (2). 3B—Renleria (2), Kolsay (1). SB—Zaun (2), Stynes (12), Larkin 2 (10). S—Winchester. SF—Taubensee. IP H RER BB SO Florida Larkin L.2-3 4 98820 Staniler 1 21100 Ojala 1-321 1 10 Barrios 12-3 2 0 0 1 0 FHeredla 1 21121 Cincinnati WnchStW,2-1 5 86423 Graves 2-322210 GWhite 11-30 0 0 0 1 Belinda 1 00001 ShawS,13 1 20001 WP—Winchester. Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Poncino; Second, Rippley; Third, Darling. T—2:53. A—14,561 (52,953). Knights / Eagles rally for will MONTREAL GIANTS 6, EXPOS 1 First game Mtdcal2b Grdzln ss VGrero rf Kline p Lvngstph Telfordp RWhite cf Wldgerc RPerezlf Andws 3b McGIre 1b Hrransp Bennett p Stall it Totals Montreal San Francisco abrhbl 5010 4000 3110 0000 1000 0000 4020 3000 4010 2000 3010 0000 1000 2000 32 1 60 SAN FRAN DHmln cf Mueller 3b Bonds If Kenl2b • Snowlb Javier rf Mayne c RSnchz ss Estes p Tvarez f abrhbl 4210 512) 4222 3110 4022 4011 3000 4020 2000 1000 Lofton d Vlzquel ss Justice dh Thome 1b MRmrzrf Whiten rf Giles If SAImrc Frymn3b DaBell 2b abrhbl 5110 5111 5110 5021 5011 4010 2010 0000 3010 1000 0000 4131 Totals 36 510 5 Total) 39 412 4 Cleveland 021 002 000—5 Baltimore 003 100 000—4 E—Rhodes (1). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Cleveland 11, Baltimore 10.2B—SAIomar (8), Surfiotl (10), RPatmelro (9), Bordick (6). HR— Thome (7), Fryman (5), Bordick (5). SB— ByAnderson (3). IP Cleveland 6 12-3 1 ByAdsn cf Surhofl II RAImr2b RPImrlb Carter rf CRpken3b Balnes dh Hmnds dh Holies c EDavls ph Wbslerc Bordick ss Totals Totals 346116 000 100 000—1 330 000 OOx—6 E—Kline (1), Andrews (7). DP—San Francisco 1. LOB—Montreal 9, San Francisco 10. 2B—RWhite (7), McGuIre (4), Mueller (12), Kent (14). HR—Bonds (10). SB—DHamilton 2 (4J.CS—Snow (1).S—Estes. IP H RER BB SO Montreal HrmnsL.3-4 1 33210 Bennett 32-3 63324 Kline 11-31 0 0 1 1 Tellord 2 10000 San Francisco Estes W.3-5 6 51156 TavarezS,1 3 10002 HBP—by Bennett (Kent). Umpires—Home, Bonln; First, Conner Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh, T—2:52; A—N/A (62,000). PIRATES 7, ASTROS 2 PITTSBURGH HOUSTON abrhbl 4010 4121 5020 4211 4321 5010 4012 4132 3 C 0 0 0000 Wmack2b MaMtzlf Kendall c KYnglb Atawt cl JGIIen n Plcvich 3b Collier ss Silva p MWknsp Biggin 2b DeBell rf Howell lb Berry 3b Aloull Hidalgo cf Gterrez ss Esebio c Schrekp Grznc p abrhbl 4110 4000 3020 3001 4121 4010 3000 3000 1000 )000 Sanford ph 1 0 0 n Ward ph 1000 Loisellep 0000 TMiller [ 0000 DCIark ph 1000 Scanlan p 0000 Totals 38 713 7 Totals 31 2 6 2 Pittsburgh 021 120 100—7 Houston 100 000 100-2 E—Gutierrez (3). LOB—Pittsburgh 11, Houston 4.2B—MaMartinez (1), KYoung (8), Collier (6), Howell 2 (3). HR—Allensworth (3), Alou (9). CS—Womack (3), Hidalgo (2). S—Silva. SF—Polcovich, Berry. FROM PAGE C1 team's performance in the two games. "I'm embarrassed," he said. "The last four to six games we've hit the hell out of the ball and we come up here and can't hit our way out of a paper sack. "We did hit when we had to, but we can't let it slide like that. We're better than that. I expect more out of these guys and hopefully this is a wakeup call for re- gionals. 1 hate to be mad when we win, but I'm still mad." After Sacred Heart took a 2-0 lead in the third inning on a bases-loaded walk to Matt Neuman and an errant pick-off attempt that allowed Ryan to scored from third base, Canton-Galva came back with a pair in the top of the fourth. Lane Peterson, who led off with a double, scored from third base on a wild pitch. Jace Pavlovich, who walked and stole second with one out, came home on the same pitch when catcher Jeff Jaquay's throw to the plate got past pitcher Joe Staton covering home plate. An errant throw trying to get Beau Peterson stealing third allowed Canton-Galva to take the lead in the sixth inning. Peterson then hit a bases-loaded triple with two out in the seventh inning to ice it. "That was a heartbreaker," Maring said. "We battled all game. We played good defense and Joe Staton did a nice job pitching. He just made one mistake on the that three-run triple." Canton-Galva 15, Ell-Saline 8 Ell-Saline rallied from a 5-0 deficit and used a six-run fourth inning to grab an 8-6 advantage before Canton-Galva poured it on the last two innings. The Cardinals strung together five hits in the big inning against Canton-Galva pitchers Brent Williams and Jeremy Heim before Heim slammed the door the rest of the way. The Eagles also had three of their five errors in the inning. Canton-Galva regained the lead, 11-8, when its first five batters hit safely and scored in the sixth inning. The Eagles th;en added four more in the seventh with the top of the order again doing most of the damage. : - 1 "We battled well," Stepheri9on said. "I was really proud of the kids the way ":ey got down early and came back. They made >p their minds they were going to hit the ball and did. " *, "We kind of held the top of their order at bay early in the gaifie, then finally in one inning they strung about five hits together. We had hoped going into the sixth that we could go through the top of the order just one more time and have a chance, but we had"to face them twice." l'« The Cardinals should be back at full strength for Monday's regional at Lincoln, Stephenson said.,. T BIG 12 BASEBALL TOURNAMENT IP H RER BB SO MONTREAL GIANTS 2, EXPOS 0 Second game H RER BB SO "ROYALS 10, DEVIL RAYS z KANSAS CITY TAMPA BAY abrhbl Qamp'ncl 4324 DaMrtzrf 6033 Winnph 3000 McCkncf 1000 5010 4221 3110 3100 1111 4 ( 1 t 3110 Otfrrnn 2b FMrtnz2b Palmer 3b Conine If JKing 1b Button dh Pndlton dh , Dyer! Vasafio c McQrtf lb Stiento dh MKellylf DiFto c Ldsma 2b Stockerss Mcclain ph Cairo 2b Flherty c Totals abrhbl 4120 1010 3001 5010 4000 3010 4021 2000 2000 3000 1000 2010 2120 Totals 37101210 Totals 362102 Kansas City 041 100 013—10 Tampa Bay 000 001 001- 2 E^KIng (3). DP—Kansas City 1, Tampa 'Bay 2. LOB—Kansas City 11, Tampa Bay 11. /2&-Halter (7), DaMartlnez (5), MKelly (5), Flaherty 2 (3). HR—Damon (2), Conine (1). SB— Dsfton 2 (7). SF—McCracken. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Belcher W.2-5 Hafley Service '' Tampa Bay DSpringrL,1-6 4 3 1 NagyW,4-2 Mesa Assenmacher MJacksonS,11 1-300000 Baltimore Mussina 51-3 7 4 4 2 4 Rhodes L2-2 12-3 2 1 1 2 2 Mills 2-30001 1 Orosco 1-310021 ABenltez 1 00002 Orosco pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. Umpires—Home, Coble; Bret, Fora 1 ; Second, Hendry; Third, Young. T-3:32. A-^3,039 (48,262). Sntnglo2b Grdzln ss VGrero rf Rimer tb RWhite cf DeMaylf Lvngst 3b MHbrd c McGIre ph Widgerc Moore p Stovall ph MMddxp Totals Montreal San Francisco abrhbl 4010 4000 4020 3000 2000 3000 3010 2000 1000 0000 2000 1000 oooo 29040 SAN FRAN ADIazcl Mueller 3b Bonds If Kent2b Hayes1b Nenp CrJnes rf Snow 1b Aurilla ss MrbeUlc Daiwinp Javier rf Totals abrhbl 4000 4000 3110 4120 4021 0000 3011 1000 3000 2010 3000 0000 31 472 000 000 000-0 010 001 OOX—2 DP—San Francisco 1. LOB—Montreal 3, San Francisco 7. 2B—Mliabolli (1). SB- Bonds (7), Kent (4), CrJones (1). CS—VGuer- rero(2). Pittsburgh Silva W.4-3 7 52205 MWilkins 1 00002 Loiselle 1 10011 Houston Schourek L.1-1 4 84212 Grzanich 1 12221 TMiller 3 31103 Scanlan 1 10010 HBP—by TMiller (MaMartinez). Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Hallion. T—2:36. A—16,123(54,370). BRAVES 7, CARDINALS 3 ATLANTA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Weiss ss 4122 Clayton ss 4110 Lcknrt2b 5131 RLnkfdd 3100 CWnesSb 4120 McGwMb 4121 Glrrgalb 5121 BJrdanrl 4012 Klesko If 4100 Gaetti 3b 3000 Lgtnbrp 0000 Gantll 3000 JLopezc 3112 Mabryll 1000 Tucker rt 4010 Pgnozzi c 4010 AJones cf 4111 DeShds 2b 3000 Mllvradp 2000 Ptoskp 1000 DeMftzp 0000 BRHnlrph 0000 OGIIen ph 1000 Acvsdo p 0000 Rocker p 0000 Frsctre p 0000 Prideph 1000 CKIngp 0000 Catherp 0000 GerWm II 0000 Totals 37 712 7 Totals 30 3 5 3 Atlanta 000 000 070-7 St. Louie 100 101 000—3 E—DeShields (3). DP—Atlanta 2, SI. Louis 3. LOB—Atlanta 7, St. Louis 5. 2B—Weiss (10), Clayton (8). 3B-BJoidan (3). HR—McG- wire (15). SB-Weiss (5), Tucker (3). S— Petkovsek, BRHunter. Top seed Texas A&M escapes By OWEN CANFIELD The Associated Press WHITE SOX 5, MARINERS 3 SEATTLE CHICAGO abrhbl 5120 4211 5030 3011 0000 5011 4000 4000 3000 2000 ARdrgzss Cora2b GrtyJrcf Segullb Amaral pr EMrtnzdh RDavls3b GHill If DWllsn c Rdmchrf DmamSb Caniso ss JAbbott rf MOrdzrl FThmsdh Belle It Crderolb Cmerond Norton 3b Vntura3b O'Brien c Snopekss Totals IP Montreal Moore L.2-5 7 MMaddux 1 San Francisco Darwin W.4-2 6 Men S,7 1 H RER BB SO Umpires—Home, Conner; First, Hernandez; Second, Marsh; Third, Bonln. T—2-.11. A—12,055(62,000). 7 2-3 .11-3 Santana Yan 1 DSpringer pitched to 2 batters in the 5th. . HBP—by RTatis (JKing), by Santana (Fasano), by DSpringer (Fasano). WP— DSpringer. Umpires—Home, Cederstrom; First, Brihkman; Second, Cousins; Third, Welke. T—3:04. A—24,296 (45,200). TWINS 2, RED SOX 1 12 Innings MINNESOTA BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl 'DLeMsd 4010 TWlker2b 5011 Jlteondh 2010 Gates3b 5000 Leyritzdh 2000 Molitordh 5020 MVghn 1b 5010 Merced if 5020 Httberg c 3000 Hcking pr 0100 Vaijtek c 1000 Coomer 1b 5010 Olry II 5121 Lawton cf 4000 Crrmgsrf 3000 Ochoatl 5010 iBulord cf 2010 JvVntin c 4000 Jnynlin 3b 1000 Stnbch ph 1000 Merloni3b 4010 Mearesss 4121 Bn|mln ss 5010 Lemke2b 5010 Totals 42 1 9 1 Totals 43 2 9 2 Boston 010 OM 000 00 °—' Minnesota 000 010 000 001-2 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Wasdin (1). DP—Minnesota 2. LOB— "Boston B, Minnesota B. 2B—DLewis (7), Jet- "•!ers<m (7), Molilor 2 (4), Maarea (11). 3B—Bu- tn/d (2). HR-0'Leary (11). SB—DLewis (5), i Means (2). CS-Lemke (1), Ochoa (3). ••••-' li IP H RER BB SO .Boston PMartinez 8 6 Gordon 3 0 WfUdinL,3-2 2-3 3 Minnesota Morgan 7 8 Guardado 1 0 Naulty 3 1 sbrnbl 3110 0000 3021 1000 4000 2011 4000 3110 3223 1000 3000 3110 Totals 35 3 8 3 Totals 30 5 8 5 Seattle 102 000 000—3 Chicago 003 002 OOx-5 E—Caruso (6), Norton (1). DP—Seattle 1. LOB—Seattle 12, Chicago 5. 2B—Belle (13). HR—Cora (1), Norton 2 (3). SB—Radmanovich (1). CS—Belle 2 (4). S—Rad- manovlch. SF—Segui. IP H RER BB SO Seattle RJohnson L.3-2 7 75527 Timlin 1-31 001 0 Fossas 2-300001 Chicago Bere 52-3 6 3 3 4 3 FordhamW.1-0 1-31 0000 Foulke 2 00002 SimasS,2 1 10010 Fordham pitched to 1 batter in the 7lh. HBP—by RJohnson (Durham). WP—Bore. Umpires—Hume, McKean; Firs!, Joyce; Second, Clark; Third, Craft. T—2:49. A—15,007 (44,321). RANGERS 7, YANKEES 5 'a Innings TEXAS NEW YORK abrhbl ebrhbl TGdwinri 4100 Knblch2b S 1 00 McLmrSb 5120 Jeterss 6020 Greerlf 7236 O'Neillrt 5022 JuGnlzrt 7110 BWIImscf 5010 WCIarklb 6010 TMrtnzlb 6110 IRdrgzc 7031 Raines dh 4010 Stevens dh 2000 Bushdh 0000 Simmsdh 1000 Strwbrdh 2000 Cedenodh 2000 CurtisII 4221 Elsterss 6010 Posadac 4020 FTatla3b 1100 BrosiusSb 4122 Alicea 3b 2110 Totals 507127 Totals 455135 Texas 000 000 041 000 2—7 New York 002 102 000 000 0—5 E—Broslus (7). DP—Texas 4. LOB—Texas 14, New York 7.2B—McLemora (5), JuGonza- lez (15), (Rodriguez (17), BVWams (8). HR— Gteer 2 (5), Curtis (4). SB—Cedeno (1). CS— McLemore (3), BWilllams (4), Bush (1). S— TGoodwin 2, McLemore, Brosius. IP H RER BB SO Texas DOIIver 51-3 8 5 5 3 1 Levine 12-3 3 0 0 0 0 Bailes 1-31 0000 XHemandez 12-3 0 0 0 1 1 Gunderson 1 00001 DPtrsnW,1-1 2 10001 WettelandS,11 1 00001 New York Irabu 7 30035 Stanton 1-323310 Nelson 0 31100 Lloyb 2-300001 MRivera 2 21100 WBanksL,1-1 3 22232 Nelson pitched to 3 batters In the 6th. HBP—by DOliver (Knoblauch). WP—Irabu. Umpires—Home, Denkinger; First, Reed; Second, O'Nora; Third, Tschida. T—4:53. A—20,694 (57,545). National League CUBS 9, ROCKIES 7 NEW YORK PADRES 3, METS 1 First game SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl 4010 OVeras2b 5120 4010 SFinleycf 4010 4000 Gwynn rf 4011 4110 Joynertb 4000 4021 GVghn II 3110 3010 GMyrsc 3110 0000 Gvnola 3b 2010 0000 EWIms ph 1011 1010 Sheets 3b 0000 0000 Gomez S3 3011 4000 Ashbyp 2000 3010 MaSwyph 0000 2000 Bhmgrp 0000 1000 Moulon ph 1000 Hffman p 0000 Totals 34 1 8 1 Totals 32 3 9 3 New York 000 100 000—1 San Diego 000 000 12X-3 E—Cook (1), RWilkins (t), Glovanola (1). DP—New York 1, San Diego 2. LOB—New York 6, San Diego 10.2B—McRae (7), Olerud (6), OVeras (5), GMyers (6). SB—Sheets (3). SF—Gomez. McRae cf LLopezss MFrcoSb Olerud 1b Baerga 2b Huskey rf Cookp Rolas p Tatum ph PWilsn pr RWIkns c Becker II Mlickl p Gilkey If Atlanta Millwood OeMartinez RockerW,1-0 Gather IP 51-3 2-3 1 1 1 H RER BB SO St. Louis Petkovsek 7 50024 Acevedo l_1-1 0 3441.0 Frascatore 2-333301 CKing 11-31 0 0 0 0 Acevedo pitched to 4 batters In the 8th. HBP—by Frascatore (Klesko). WP—Millwood. Umpires—Home, Vanover; First, Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Froemming; Third, Gregg. T—2:57. A—32,119(49,676). OKLAHOMA CITY — Top seed Texas A&M gave Ryan Rupe a quick 2-0 lead and then held on to defeat Oklahoma State 4-3 in the .first game of the Big 12 tournament Thursday. Rupe (10-4), who beat the Cowboys on a one-hitter early in the season, wasn't as overpowering this time. He gave up 10 hits, but struck out eight and pitched out of a couple jams during his eight innings of work. Oklahoma State (37-18) made things interesting in the ninth against two A&M relievers. Eric French started the inning and, after a strikeout, gave up a double to Billy Gasparino. One out later, Josh Holliday doubled to get the Cowboys within a run. Left-hander Casey Fossum was brought in to face lefty-hitting Tony Lucca. With one strike, Lucca lined a ball down the right-field line that landed inches foul. He struck out looking two pitches later. "That might have been the tone of the whole day," OSU coach Tom Holliday said of Lucca's near- miss. "We just didn't get one fair with two outs." The Aggies (41-16) scored twice in the first inning and never gave up the lead. Big 1Z Tournament At Oklahoma City Thursday's Results Texas A&M 4, Oklahoma States. Baylor 7, Missouri 3 ' Texas Tech 5, Oklahoma V Today's Games 11 a.m. — Oklahoma' State vs. Missouri. 3 p.m. — Texas A&M vs; Oklahoma. . , , 7 p.m. — Baylor vs. Texas Tech. ; Baylor 7, Missouri 3 Baylor got home runs from Charley Carter and Chad Polk in defeating Missouri 7-3. Carter's two-run homer in the sixth inning broke a 1-1 tie and helped send the Bears (40-16-1) on their way. They sealed the victory with a three-run eighth highlighted by Matt Williams' two-run single through a drawn-in infield. Kip Wells (13-4) pitched seven innings to get the victory, and worked out of two jams when the score was still tied. He allowed seven hits but just two runs. Missouri (36-17) wasted great scoring chances in the fifth and sixth innings. Texas Tech 5, Oklahoma 1 Shane Wright threw his 12th complete game of the season in leading Texas Tech to a 5-1 victory over Oklahoma. Wright (13-1) allowed seven hits and gave up only the one rtin, which was unearned. Brennan Burns and Mark Austry had two RBIs apiece for the Red Raiders (40-17). "It was just an unbelievable performance by Shane Wright," Tech coach Larry Hays said. "To come out and battle as good an offensive club as that and the hometown crowd, all of that was against him. That makes it even more impressive." "•* "The kid pitched a great ball game," OU coach Larry Cochell said of Wright. "We had a couple of chances and didn't get the job done." Salina Babe Rut outs 10:00 Sunset 16-18 DIAMONDBACKS 4, BREWERS 1 MILWAUKEE ARIZONA abrhbl 4000 4000 1110 4010 2011 2000 4000 4000 4000 1000 0000 1010 0000 31 1 4 1 IP H RER BB SO New York Mlicki 62-3 71133 CookL,2-2 1-31 201 0 flojas 1 10001 San Diego Ashby 7 51104 8hrngrW,4-1 1 10003 HollmanS,11 1 20002 Cook pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. Umpires—Home, Bell; First, Meals; Second, Tata; Third, Davis. T-2;30.A-N/A (59,772). NEW YORK PADRES 6, METS 2 Second game SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl PWilsn cl 3000 Moulon d 2000 McRae cl 1000 SFInleycf 2000 Wndeilp 0000 Sheets2b 3000 Hudek p 0000 QVeras 21) 1100 LLopez3b 4010 Gwynn rt 4124 Gilkey If 2100 GVghn If 3211 HusXey rt 4122 EWms 1b 2000 Tatum 1b 3000 Micelip 1010 McMclp 0000 CHmdzc 3010 Cookp 0000 CnlrccoSb 3001 Beckerd 0000 Gomezss 3110 Baerga 2b 4010 Htchckp 2110 ACslilloc 3000 Joyner lb 2000 ROrdzss 2000 MFreoSb 1000 Bhanon p 2000 Olemd 1b 0000 Total! 29 2 4 2 Totals 31 6 7 6 New York 200 000 000-2 San Diego 001 001 40x-6 E—LLopez (4). DP—San Diego 1. LOB— New York 5, San Diego B. HR—Huskey (3), Gwynn (6), GVaughn (11), SB—Uopez (1), GVaughn (3). S—ACastillo. IP H RER BB SO New York Bohanon 6 52235 abrhbl 4000 4111 3110 2110 1000 4112 2000 3010 3010 1000 1000 1000 0000 294 6 3 100 ODD 000—1 100 003 OOx—4 E—JsValentin (8). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB— Milwaukee 7, Arizona 4. 2B—MWilliams (B). HR-iAFox (2). SB—Lorella (2), TLee (2). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Eldred L.0-3 MMyers Woodall Vina 2b Cirillo 3b Lorelta 1b Bumitz rf Nwfield If Jenkins If Drjksn cf JsVnlin ss Mthenyc Eldred p MMyrsp Nilsson ph Wodall p Totals Milwaukee Arizona D While cl AFox 2b jBell ss TLee 1b Slnkwc 2b MWlms3b Olluccilf Stinnett c Brede rf Daalp Mulens pit RPmgr p Olson p Totals Saturday & Sunda lay MAY 16 &17 WINSTON WEST SERIES 52-3 64338 1-300001 2 00001 Arizona Daal 5 21136 RSpringer W.2-2 3 20013 Olsons,! 1 00001 Umpires—Home, DeMuth; Firsl, Relilord; Second, Schrieber; Third, Montague. T—2:28. A-40,204 (48,500). PHILA Glnville cf Jtlerieslf MLeitr p Rolen 3b KJrdan 1b Brogna1b Abreurf MLewis2b Parent c Mriasss Prtugal p Amaro II Totals PHILLIES 4, DODGERS 0 LOS ANGELS abrhbl 5120 4121 0000 4010 4000 0000 3001 4000 4120 4110 2000 1012 35 4 9 4 WGrero2b Mndesi it Piazza c Karros lb Zeile3b Hinds* II THwdcf Vzcaino ss Nomop Luke ph Bruske p abrhbl 3000 4000 4000 4000 3000 3010 3010 3000 2000 1000 0000 Totals 30 0 2 0 Philadelphia • 000 001 012-4 LOB Angeles 000 000 000-0 E—AArias (1). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB— Philadelphia B, Los Angeles 4.2B—Amaro (2), THoward (4). HR—Jellenes (2). IP H RER BB SO Schedule of Events SATURDAY, MAY 16,1998 8:00 am Spectator Gates open 8:00 am SCAA World Challenge & Spec Ford Practice 9:00 am NASCAR Winston West Series Practice 10:00 am SCCA World Challenge Qualifying 10:30 am GTA Practice 11:00 am NASCAR Winston West Series Practice 12:30pm ACRL Practice 1:00 pm NASCAR Winston West Series Qualifying 2:15 pm SCCA WORLD CHALLENGE RACE (1 hour) 4:00 pm ACRL & GIA Qualifying 5:00 pm SCCA Spec Ford Race (45 minutes) SUNDAY, MAY 17,1998 8:00 am Spectator Gates Open 10:00 am GTA Race (45 minutes) 12:00 pm NASCAR Winston West Series Driver and Crew Chief Meeting NASCAR Winston West Driver Intros LUKO1L 25Q NASCAR WINSTON WEST SERIES (71 LAPS) ACRL Race (45 minutes) 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 4:30 pm TfiKihtoyW.1-1 1 ^Bijipires—Home, Bamett; First, Kosc; Sec- -.ond^oster; Third, Hickox. T—3:41. A—12,121(48,678). OAKLAND HnaranK McDrddd Grieve rf Stairs dh Giambi tb Mgdan 3b Blwers ph Hinch c Spiuio 2b KAbbotss Totals Oakland Detroit TIGERS 8, ATHLETICS 3 DETROIT ebrhbl 3000 4011 4111 4010 4000 3111 1000 4000 3120 3010 33 373 abrhbl 4220 2100 4124 4010 3312 4010 3011 1000 4021 4100 33 810 8 000 210 000—3 000 014 21x—8 BLHntrcf Randa 3b Hggnsn rf ToClrklb Easley 2b LGnzlzlf Mantodh Tmbrtn dh JOIvarc DCruz ss Totals CHICAGO BBrwnd Mmdni2b Sosa if MaGce 1b HRdrgzll Mieskelf JHmdz ss Oris3b TAdmsp Beckp Servals c Tapani p Mlhllnd p Pscotta p BPtrsnp Alxndrss abrhbl 4110 5130 2222 5343 3114 2000 5020 4010 0000 0000 4000 3110 0000 0000 oooo 1000 COLORADO NPerez ss Burks d LWIker rf Castilla 3b Bchetle If Helton 1b Bales 2b Lskanlc p CGdwin ph Dipoto p Mnwmc Thmsnp BMJns p Vn Wai ph Munoz p DeJean p JReedph McElry p Using 2b abrhbl 5240 5000 6231 6353 6041 6022 3010 OOOO 1000 OOOO 5020 1000 OOOO 1000 OOOO OOOO 1000 oooo 2000 McMichael L.1-1 2-302010 Cook 0 22210 Wendell 1-30 0-0 1 1 Hudek 1 00002 San Diego Hitchcock 6 32226 MiceliW,3-1 3 10023 Cook pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Wendell (CHernandez). Umpires—Home, Meals; First, Tata; Second, Davis; Third, Bell. T—2:34. A—26,488 (59,772). FLORIDA Cnglosi d Rnteria ss Kolsay rf DLee lb Esnnch If Zaunc Cunsell 2b Berg 3b Larkin p Stniferp Shtfieldph OJalap Barrios p Bonilla ph FHrdia p Totals Florida Cincinnati REDS 11, MARLINS 8 CINCINNATI abrhbl 5221 4121 5111 5231 5101 4011 2100 4010 2010 OOOO 1010 OOOO OOOO 1000 OOOO Stynes 3b Larkin ss DYng II Belinda p Shawp Tbnsee c Nleves rf Reese 3b BBoone 2b RSndrs d EduPrz lb Wnchslp WGme ph Graves p GWhita p Casey ph Nnnally if abrhbl 5220 4220 5332 OOOO OOOO 4243 3112 1000 3011 5110 4022 1000 1000 OOOO OOOO 1000 1011 388126 Totals 38111711 401 012 ODD— 8 510 211 Oil—11 Philadelphia Portugal W.2-0 8 20014 MLeller 1 00001 Loe Angeles NomoL,2-5 8 62239 Bruske 1 32210 WP—Bruske. Umpires—Home, West; First, Kellogg; Second, Danley; Third, Quick. T—2:30. A—30,867 (56,000). Baseball today Friday, May 15 SCOREBOARD New York Mets at San Francisco (9:35 p.m. CDT). San Francisco's Orel Hershiser (1-3), who won his first game in eight starts for the Giants on Sunday, faces Masato Yoshii (2-1). SULTANS OF SWAT Montreal's Mark Grudzielanek and Chris Widger each homered twice in tha Expos' 9-5 victory at San Francisco on Wednesday. It was the first mullinomer game lor both players.... Anaheim's Cecil Fielder hit a 473-loot homer — the longest by an opponent in the eight-year history ol the new Comiskey Park — in an 8-3 victory over the While Sox. ... San Diego's Greg Vaughn became the first to hit three home runs into the second deck of Qualcomm Stadium on Wednesday night in the Padres' 43 loss 10 the New York Mets. Vaughn's drive, his first ol two in the game, was estimated at 432 feet. STARTERS Baltimore's Doug Drabek allowed one run and five hits in seven innings Wednesday night in the Orioles' 8-1 victory over Cleveland. ... Arizona's Willie Blair, signed to an $11.5 million, three-year contract as a free agent, dropped to 0-7 with an 8-3 loss to Milwaukee. SIDELINED Houston's Jell Bagwell was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because ot a severe cut on his right knee. He was hurt in a collision with Florida catcher Charles Johnson on Tuesday night. See some of the brightest new stars from the Western United States competing on the Heartland Park Topeka 2.1 mile road course. Winston Cup star Ken Schrader will race the regulars from the Winston West Series in a 71-lap high speed free-for- all. The SCCA. World Challenge and Spec Racer Fotds are also part of the giant race weekend, The LUKOIL 250 is also a benefit for the. Children'%Miracle Network. KIDS 12 and under FREE! Jet, •00 TOPEKA METRO AREA Heartland Ken Schrader Winston Cup Star /<' \\ union \\cii .^u Call l-800-4:3-RAX3ES

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