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MONDAY. MAY 18. 1998 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL V BY THE NUMBERS Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Dlvi.lon W L Pet OB New Yak 28 9 .757 — Boston 27 15 .643 3% Baltimore 20 22 .476 10V4 Toronto 20 22 .476 10'A Tampa Bay 19 22 .463 It Central Division W L Pet QB Cleveland 23 19 .548 — Minnesota 16 24 .429 5 Chicago 17 23 .425 5 Kansas City 16 26 .381 7 Detroit 14 24 .368 7 West Division W L Pet GB Texas 26 16 .6)9 — Anaheim 21 20 .512 4'A Seattle 20 22 .476 6 Oakland 18 23 .439 T/i Saturday's results Seattle 8, Toronto 1 Bostons, Kansas City 0 Cleveland 10, Texas 3 Anaheim 8, Detroit 6 NY Yankees 5, Minnesota 2 Tampa Bay 5, Baltimore 2 Oakland 11, Chicago White Sox 3 Sunday's results Texas 1, Cleveland 0 Bostons, Kansas City 3 Detroit 4, Anaheim 3 NY Yankees 4, Minnesota 0 Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 3 Oakland 9, Chicago While Sox 7 Toronto 4, Seattle 3 Monday's games Seattle (Ctoude 3-2) at Toronto (Clemens 44), 12:05 p.m. OaWand (Haynes 2-1) ae Chicago White Sox (Slrolka 5-3), 1:05 p.m. Anaheim (Watson 3-3) at Detroit (Moertler 33), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Saunders 1-4) at Baltimore (DrabekW), 6:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB Atlanta 31 13 .705 - NewYork 20 19 .513 8% Philadelphia 20 21 .488 9'A Montreal 15 27 .357 15 Florida 14 30 .318 17 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 27 15 .643 — Chicago 25 16 .581 2'fi Milwaukee 22 19 .537 4V4 St Louis 21 20 .512 5V4 Cincinnati 21 22 .488 6VS Pittsburgh 20 23 .465 7V4 West Division W L Pet GB San Diego 29 14 .674 — San Francisco 25 19 .568 4'A Los Angeles 21 22 .488 6 Colorado 16 26 .409 11 'A Arizona 11 32 .256 18 Saturday's results Milwaukee 7, Colorado 5 NY Mets 4, San Francisco 1 Chicago Cubs 5, Cincinnati 4 Houston 3, Atlanta 2 St. Louis 5, Florida 4 Pittsburgh 6, Arizona 3 Los Angeles 9, Montreal 4 San Diego 3, Philadelphia 2 Sunday's results Chicago Cubs 10, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 13, Florida 4 Houston 8, Atlanta 1 Colorado 2, Milwaukee! Los Angeles 6, Montreal 3 San Diego 3, Philadelphia 1 San Francisco 4, NY Mets 2 Arizona 8, Pittsburgh 2 Monday's games Atlanta (Glavine 5-2) at Houston (Hampton 61), 12:35 p.m. Florida (Sanchez 2-1) at St. Louis (Aybar 2-2), 12:40 p.m. Pittsburgh (Ueber 1-5) at Arizona (Blair 0-7), 6:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Juden 5-1) at Colorado (Astacio 3-5), 8:05 p.m. American League RED SOX 5, ROYALS 3 KANSAS CITY BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl Damon cf 5120 DLenis rf 4132 Halterss 3000 Bufordcf 4000 Palmerph 1000 MVghn 1b 3001 Offrmn2b 4110 Leyiitzdh 3010 JKinglb 40 1 1 O'Lrylf 4110 Suttonlt 3120 Varitekc 3120 PndltonSb 4021 Bnjminss 3000 Conine dh 4010 Merloni 3b 3111 Dyerf 4000 Lemke2b 3111 Fasano c 3000 Mackph 1010 Totals 36 310 2 Totals 30 5 9 5 Kansas City 101 001 000—3 Boston 001 013 OOx—5 E—Varitek (3), Merloni (2), Lowe (1). DP— Kansas City 1, Boston 1. LOB—Kansas City 8, Boston 7.2B—Pendleton (5), Mack (6), Leyritz (4), Varitek (4). HR—OLewis (2). SB—Sutton (1),S-Halter, Ben]amln. SF—Lemke. IP H REfl BB SO Kansas CHy RuschL.3-6 5 64447 Bevil 1 21100 Whisenant 1 00001 Service 1 10001 Boston Lowe 5 52113 MahayW,1-0 11-331101 Corei 2-300001 Eckersley 1 10002 Gordon S,16 1 10002 Rusch pitched to 2 baiters in the 6th. Umpires—Home, Culbreth; First, Coble; Second, Ford; Third, Hendry. T—2:41. A—29,736(33,925). YANKEES 4, TWINS 0 MINNESOTA NEWYORK abrhbl abrhbl Lawtoncf 3000 Knblch2b 4000 Gales2b 3000 Jeterss 3010 Mottordh 3000 O'Neillrt 4000 MCdvalf 3000 TMrtnzlb 4000 Corner 1b 3000 BWIImsci 3331 Ochoarf 3000 Slmbrdh 3111 Shave3b 3000 Curtis« 3011 JvVntJnc 3000 Posada c 3000. Mearesss 3000 BrasiusSb 3000 Totals 27 0 0 0 Totals 30 4 6 3 Minnesota 000 000 000—0 NewYork 010 100 20x—4 LOB—New York 3. 2B-BWilliams 2 (11). 3Bf-Strawberry (2). HR—BWilliams (3). SB— Jetpr (10), Curtis (6). ; IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Hawkins 1,2-4 7 64405 Naglty 1-30001 0 Swindell 2-30000 1 New York DWells W.5-1 9 0 0 0 0 11 WP—Hawkins. PB-^IWalentin. Umpires—Home, McClelland; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, Garcia; Third, Reilly. T— 2:40. A—49,820 (57,545). DEVIL RAYS 7, ORIOLES 3 TAMPA BAY BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl DaMrtzrf 3111 ByAdsncf 4113 Winn d 2010 Surholf If 4000 McCknd 1100 RAlmr2b 4020 MKeltyll 4110 RPImMb 2000 McGrffdh 4112 Bainesdh 4000 Srrenlolb 4100 CRptoiSb 3010 McClainSb 2100 Hmndsrf 3100 Boggs3b 2000 Wbslerc 4010 Rhertyc 4122 Bordickss 4110 Ldsma ss 4021 Cairo 2b 3011 Totals 33 7 9 7 Totali 32 3 6 3 Tampa Bay 000 000 250—7 Baltimore 000 000 300—3 DP—Tampa Bay 1. LOB—Tampa Bay 8, Baltimore 6 2B—DaMartinez (6), MKelly (6), Me- Gritl (10), CRipken (6), Webster (6). HR—Flaherty (2), ByAnderson (4). SB—RAIomar (2), RPalmeiro (3). CS—Flaherty (3). S—Winn. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay JJohnson 6 20036 Yan 123310 Mea'rW,1-o 1 10000 Santena 1 10002 Baltimore Kamieniecki 7 62214 Chartton 0 01110 Mills L.0-2 0 02220 Orosco 0 11100 ABenitez 1 11121 Ponson 1 10002 Chariton pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Mills pitched to 2 batters in the 8th, Orosco pitched to 1 baiter in the 8th. HBP—by ABenitez (Cairo), by Kamieniucki (McClain). Umpires—Home, Tschida; First Denkingen Second, Reed; Third, O'Nora. T—3:09. A—47,628 (48,262). ATHLETICS 9, WHITE SOX 7 OAKLAND CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Hndrsnd 5230 DrhamZb 5020 VolBlll 5111 MOrdzrf 5333 Grieverl 3100 FThmsdh 4121 BhwrsSb 3225 BellsII 4111 Giambi 1b 3200 Vntura3b 5012 Stairs dh 0000 Norton 1b 5010 BUhomdh 2000 Cmerond 2010 McDnld* 0000 O'Brien c 4120 Splew>2b 4033 Sierraph 1000 Hindi c 4000 Caruso ss 4100 BmigaJss 4110 Totals 33 9109 Totals 397137 Oakland 020 000 061—9 Chicago 201 022 000—7 E—Giambi (3). DP—Chicago 3. LOB—Oakland 5, Chicago 10. 2B—Henderson (5), Volgt (2), MOrdonez (7), Norton (6). 3B—Henderson (1). HR—Blowers (1), MOrdonez (6), FThomas (6). CS—Ventura (1). SF—Blowers, Belle. IP H RER BB SO Oakland Candiotti 5 96504 Small 12-3 4 1 1 0 1 Groom W.2-1 1-300000 Fetters 1 00010 Taylor S,8 1 00011 Chicago Eyre 71-3 5 3 3 2 4 Fordham 0 23310 SimssL,0-1 0 22220 Foulke 12-3 1 1 1 1 1 Candiotti pitched to 1 batter In the 6th, Fordham pitched to 3 batters in the 8th, Slmas pitched to 4 batters in the 8th. HBP—by Small (Cameron), by Candiotti (Cameron), by Eyre (Stairs). PB—Hinch. Umpires—Home, Foster; First, Meriwethen Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. T—3:18. A—19,002 (44,321). RANGERS 1, INDIANS 0 TEXAS CLEVELAND ebrhbi abrhbl TGdwincf 3000 Lottond 2010 Alicea2b 4000 Vlzquelss 4010 Greerli 4000 justice dh 4000 JuGnlzd 3010 Thome 1b 4000 WCIark tb 4110 Whiten rf 4000 Stevens dh 2000 Giles H 3010 Simmsph 0000 SAImrc 3010 Cedenodh 1000 FiymnSb 3010 Elsterss 4011 DaBell2b 2000 Hsimanc 3010 Bmson2b 1000 IRdrgzc 0000 FTalisSb 3010 Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals 30 0 5 0 Texas 000 100 000—1 Cleveland 000 000 000—0 E—Alices (1). DP—Texas 2. LOB—Texas 6, Cleveland 5. 2B—WCIark (7), Fryman (7). SB—Giles (6). CS—Stevens (1). IP H RER BB SO Texai SeleW,7-2 8 50029 Wetteland S,12 1 00001 Cleveland Colon L.3-2 8 51135 Assenmacher 1-30 0 0 0 1 MJackson 2-300000 Umpires—Home, Cratt; First, McKean; Second, Joyce; Third, Clark. T—2:26. A—42,247 (43,863). TIGERS 4, ANGELS 3 ANAHEIM DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl ErsladH 4020 BLHnlrd 4000 Mshorerf 4010 RandaSb 3211 GAndsn ph 1010 Hggnsn rl 1100 Salmon dh 5010 ToClrktb 2011 NMrfln pr 0000 Tmbrtn pr 0100 Fielder 1b 5020 Manto 1b 0000 DvHlns3b 3110 LGnzlzll 3000 Edmndd 4222 Easley2b 4010 Nevinc 4020 Ctnottodh 2000 Bghmn2b 4021 Roberts* 10! I DSrcna ss 4000 Bako c 2001 DCruz ss 3000 Totals 38 314 3 Totals 25444 Anaheim 000 002 010-3 BetraH 001 000 03x—4 DP—Anaheim 1, Detroit 2. LOB—Anaheim 10, Detroit 8. 2B—DvHollins (4). HR—Edmonds (7), Randa (1). SB—ToClark (1). CS— Baughman (1), Easley (4). SF—Bako. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Olivares 62-3 2 1 1 5 2 PHarris 1-311111 Holtz 0 01110 DeLuciaU-3 1 11121 Detroit JThompson 6 10 2 2 2 5 FforieW.S-O 2 21103 ToJonesS,6 1 20001 PHarris pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Holtz pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP—by Olivares (Randa). WP—DeLucia, JThompson. PB—Bako. Umpires—Home, Hickox; First, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Kaiser. T—2:52. A—13,476 (46,945). BLUE JAYS 4, MARINERS 3 SEATTLE TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Cora2b 5020 Stewart d 3100 ARdrgzss 3121 SGreenrt 5010 GrfyJrd 5010 Cnsecoll 3131 Seoul 1b 4010 CDIgdo 1b 3122 EMrtnzdh 4010 Stanley dh 4000 GHilllt 4232 TFmdz2b 4011 Amarallf 0000 Sprgue3ta 4000 RDawsSb 4010 Fltcherc 4000 DWilsnc 4000 AGnzljss 3110 McCrtyrt 2000 Ducey rf 1000 Totals 36 311 3 Totals 33484 Seattle 011 100 000—3 Toronto 000 002 101—4 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—Toronto 2. LOB—Seattle 9, Toronto 9. 28—Canseco (7), CDelgado (9), AGonzalez (11). HR—ARodriguez (16), GHill 2 (7). SB— McCarty (1), Canseco (11). S—Stewart. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Meyer 62-3 73324 Timlin 0 00010 Fossas 0 00010 Slocumb Ul-3 2 11111 Toronto Hanson 7 10 3 3 2 2 Quantrill 11-31 0 0 0 2 PlesacW,2-2 2-300000 Timlin pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Fossas pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. HBP—by Hanson (ARodriguez). Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Cederstrom; Second, Brlnkman; Third, Cousins. T—2:47. A—28,111(51,000). National League ROCKIES 2, BREWERS 1 MILWAUKEE COLORADO abrhbl abrhbi Vina2b 4000 NPerezss 3030 LorettaSb 4120 Burks d 4000 JsVntnss 4010 LWIkerrf 3010 Nllsson 1b 4000 Casti!la3b 4010 Bumitzrl 4011 Bcheltelf 3000 JenkinsII 3010 Dipotop 0000 DrJksnd 3010 Helton 1b 3000 Mthenyc 2000 Using2b 3111 PWgnrp 1000 JReedc 3111 Wodallp 1010 JmWgtp 3000 Grasom ph 0000 CGdwin d 0000 Wckmn p 0000 Totals 30 1 7 I Totals 29 2 7 2 Milwaukee 100 000 000—1 Colorado 000 010 10>—2 E-^JsValentin (9). DP—Milwaukee 3, Colorado 3. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Colorado 6.2B— NPerez (10), LWalker (18). HR—Lansing (2), JReed (4). SB—LWalker (5). CS-^Jenkins (1). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee PWagner 22-3 1 0 0 1 4 Woodall L,0-l 41-3 6 2 2 1 2 Wffikman 1 00011 Colorado JmWrightW.3-4 8 71114 DipotoS.B 1 00001 HBP—by JmWright (Matheny). Umpires—Home, Pulli; First, Williams, C.; Second, Rapuano; Third, Dreckman. T—2:29. A—48,041(50,381). GIANTS 4, METS 2 NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl McRae d 4022 DHmtn d 4220 MFrco3b 4010 Mueller3b 3120 Gilkeyll 4000 BondsII 2011 Rojasp 0000 Kenl2b 4010 Cookp 0000 Hayes 1b 3011 Olarud 1b 4000 RRdrgzp 0000 Baerga2b 4020 Nenp 0000 Becker rl 2000 Javierrl 4011 PWilsnlf 1000 Auriliass 3000 RWlknsc 3100 Tvarezp 0000 ROrdz ss 3010 Snow ID 0000 LLopez ph 1000 Mayne c 4000 Alerter p 1000 Grdnerp 2000 Huskeyrl 2110 RSncruss 1110 Totals 33 2 7 2 Totals 30 4 9 3 NewYork 000 000 200—2 San Francisco 102 000 10x—4 DP-NBW York 1. LOB—New York 8, San Francisco 9. 2B—McRae (9), Baerga (8), Huskey (6). SB—DHamilton (5). S—ALeiter, DHamllton. SF—Bonds. IP H RER BB SO Now York ALeiter L.3-3 6 63336 Rojas 12-331122 Cook 1-30000 1 San Francisco Gardner W.3-2 61-3 4 1 127 Tavarez 2-321 1 01 RRodriguez 1-310000 NenS,9 12-3 0 0 0 0 2 HBP-by Gardner (McRae). Umpires—Home, Bell; First, Meals; Second, Tata; Third, Davis. T—3:01. A—24,408(62,000). DODGERS 6, EXPOS 3 MONTREAL LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl Snlnglo2b 4000 EcYngZb 4110 Grdzlnss 4000 Vzcalnoss 4121 VGrero rf 4010 Shlfield rl 3221 Rimer 1b 4111 Bonilla 3b 4111 RWhite d 2100 Mndesi d 3032 DeMayll 2000 Karros tb 4011 Mrdcai ph 1000 Hlndsw If 2100 Widgerc 4010 CJhnsnc 4000 Andrws3b 2100 RMrtnzp 2000 MkMdxp 0000 Lukeph 1000 Telford p 0000 Osuna p 0000 RPerez ph 1000 Esnrich ph 1000 MUnsn p 2011 Rdnsky p 0000 Bennett p 0000 LvngstSb 1000 Totals 31 3 4 2 Totals 32 610 6 Montreal 021 000 000—3 Los Angeles 102 021 OOx—6 E—Livingstone (1), Vizcaino (2). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Montreal 5, Los Angeles 9. 2B—Bonilla (6), Mondesi 2 (10). HR—Fullmer (2|. SB-RWhite (9), EcYoung 2 (18). CS— RWhite (4). SF—Mondesi. IP H RER BB SO Montreal MUohnson L.0-1 41-38 5 5 2 1 Bennett 11-30 1 1 2 1 MMaddux 11-32 0 0 1 1 Tellord 1 00001 Los Angeles RMartlnezW.5-2 6 43244 Osuna 2 00003 Radinsky S,8 1 00000 HBP—by Telford (Vizcaino), WP—Bennett. Balk—Bennett. Umpires—Home, Conner; First, Vanover; Second, Froemming; Third, Gregg. T-2:56. A-^15,382 (56,000). PADRES 3, PHILLIES 1 PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Glnvillecf 4011 QVerasSb 4000 Jfterieslf 4010 GvnolaSb 4000 Rolen3b 4000 SRnleyd 4111 Brogna 1b 4000 Joyner 1b 4020 Lbrthal c 3000 GVghn II 4110 Abreu rf 4030 GMyrs c 3000 MLewis2ta 3000 MaSwyrl 2010 Amaro ph 1000 FtRivra rf 0100 Rlalordss 3110 Gomez ss 2011 Schllngp 3010 Wallp 2010 KJrdanph 1000 Bhmgrp 0000 Gwynn ph 0001 Micelip 0000 Hffman p 0000 Totals 34 1 7 1 Totals 29 3 7 3 Philadelphia 000 010 000—1 San Diego 011 000 10x—3 DP—Philadelphia t. LOB-Philadelphia 8, San Diego 5. 2B—Abreu (11), Relaford (7), Joyner (9), GVaughn (7), MaSweeney (1). HR—SFinley (4). SB—MaSweeney (1), S— Gomez. SF—Gwynn. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Schilling L.5-4 6 7 3 2 1 10 San Diego WallW.1-1 5 41111 Boehringer 2 20002 Miceli 1 00001 Hoffman S.13 1 10001 HBP-by Wall (Lieberthal). PB—Lieberthal. Umpires—Home, Wendelstedt; First Bonin; Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh. T—2:11. A—27,913(59.772). ASTROS 8, BRAVES 1 ATLANTA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Weissss 3000 BiggioSb 3100 OGIIen ss 1000 Spiers 3b 4221 Lckhrl 2b 3 0 0 0 Alou If 3124 GrtlnnoSb 1000 Everett rl 4011 CWnesSb 4010 Hidalgo d 4110 Glrrga 1b 4010 Howell ib 4112 Klesko II 3111 Esebioc 3120 JLopezc 3000 Bogarss 4110 Tucker ri 2000 Brgmn p 3000 Edmndp 0000 DWardph 0000 Embrep 0000 TMillerp 0000 DBtsIa ph 1000 Rocker p 0000 GerWmd 3000 Smoltz p 1000 Pride rf 2010 Totals 31 1 4 1 Totals 32 810 8 Atlanta 000 010 000—1 Houston 002 420 OOx—8 DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Atlanta 3, Houston 6. 2B-ChJones (9), Galarraga (7), Alou 2 (11), Everett (8), Hidalgo (5). HR—Klesko (7), Howell (1). SB—Biggio(17),Spiers(2). IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz L.4-1 4 10 8 8 4 7 Edmondson 2 00012 Embree 1 00001 Rocker 1 00010 Houston Bergman W.4-2 8 31106 TMiller 1 10000 Smoltz pitched to 2 batters in the 5th. WP—Edmondson. Umpires—Home, Montague; First, DeMuth; Second, Relitord; Third, Schrieber. T—2:29. A—35,250 (54,370). CARDINALS 13, MARLINS 4 FLORIDA ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Cnglosid 5120 Clayton ss 4110 Rntena ss 3230 HLnkld cf 4322 Kotsayrf 5032 McGwMb 3100 Piazza c 5011 McGee if 0000 Zeile3b 5000 BJrdanrf 5254 DLeelb 4011 Bttnlldp 0000 Wehnerll 4000 Gaettl3b 3111 Berg2b 3000 Gantlf 3000 Cunsell2b 1000 Mabrytl 1101 Hmndp 2010 Pgnozzic 5230 Stniferp 0000 DeShds2b 4222 RJcksnph 1110 DHwrd2b 1013 Pallp 0000 Mrckerp 2000 Dnwdy ph 1000 Frsdre p 1000 Ojalap 0000 BRHnlMb 1000 Totals 39 412 4 Totals 37131513 Florida 101 002 000— 4 St. Louis 202 320 04x—13 DP—Florida 1. LOB-Florida 10, St. Louis 8. 2B-Cangelosl (2), RLanklord (10), BJordan (9), Pagnozzi (2). 3B—DHoward (1). HR— BJordan (8), DeShields (1). SB—Renlena (10). S—Marcker. IP H RER BB SO Florida Hammond L.0-2 31-37 6 6 1 2 Staniler 12-3 4 3 3 1 2 Pall 220013 Ojala 1 24421 St. Louis MerckerW,3-2 52-311 4 4 2 4 Frascatore 21-3 0 0 0 0 0 Boltenfield 1 10000 HBP—by Ojala (Mabry), by Pall (Gaetti). Umpires—Home, Darling; First, Winters; Second, Poncino; Third, Rippley. T—2:49. A—41,836(49,676). CUBS 10, REDS 1 CHICAGO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbi Mmdni2b 3000 Stynesif 3100 Huston3b 4120 BUkinss 3021 Orie3b 1000 DYnglf 4000 Sosa rf 5230 Tbnsee c 4010 MaGcetb 4223 BBoone2b 4000 HRdrgzH 3100 WGme3b 4000 Mlhllndp 1000 RSndrsd 3000 Blauserss 3201 Casey Ib 2000 JHmdzd 4224 EduPrz Ib 2000 SMrtnzc 4022 Wlhersp 1000 Wood p 3000 Graves p 0000 Mieskelf 1000 Nievesph 1000 GWhite p 0000 Shaw p 0 0 0 0 Reese ph 1000 Totals 36101110 Totals 32 1 3 1 Chicago 100 005 220—10 Cincinnati 000 000 010— 1 E—One (4), Mieske (1), EduPerez (3). LOB— Chicago 5, Cincinnati 8. 2B—SMartlnez (4), BLarkin (7). HR-MaGrace (5), JHemandez (5). CS—Sosa (5), SF—MaGrace. IP H RER BB SO Chicago WoodW,S-2 6 20036 Mulholland 5,1 3 11003 Cincinnati Weathers L.2-3 6 76626 Graves 1 22201 GWhile 1 22121 Shaw 1 00002 HBP-by Mulholland (RSanders), by Weathers (Blauser). WP—Wood. PB—SMartinez. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Crawford; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T—2:32. A—33,480 (52.953). DIAMONDBACKS 8, PIRATES 2 PITTSBURGH ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Wmack2b 5010 AFox2b 4111 AMrtmli 5010 JBellss 2211 Kendall c 4000 DWhltecf 5110 KYng 1b 3020 TLee 1b 4122 Alnswrtd 4000 Stnkwc2b 1000 JGIIenrf 4120 MWImsSb 5132 Strange 3b 4120 DJIuccill 4001 Collier ss 3000 Stinnettc 4121 Loalza p 1012 Brede rl 4110 Peters p 0000 AnBnes p 1000 Sanford ph 1000 Tlmaco p 0000 JaMrtep 0000 Sdwskyp 0000 Tabakap 0000 Osik ph 1000 Totals 35292 Totals MBit 8 Pittsburgh 020 000 000—2 Arizona 002 132 OOx—8 LOB—Pittsburgh 9, Arizona 10.2B—Strange (4), JBell (5), DWhite (11). 3B—MWilliams (1). HR—Sfinnett (4|. SB—AMarfin (5), AFox (2). S—Loalza, AnBenes. SF—Oellucci. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Loalza L.2-2 41-3 8 6 5 3 4 Peters 2-300000 JaMartinez 2 22222 Tabaka 1 10000 Arizona AnBenes W.3-3 7 92223 Telemaco 1 00000 Sodowsky 1 00002 HBP—ty JaMartinez (AFox). PB—Kendall. Umpires—Home, Quick; First, West; Second, Kellogg; Third, Danley. T—2:45. A^M.OW (48,500). Late boxscores SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PIRATES 6, DIAMONDBACKS 3 PITTSBURGH ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Wmack2b 5121 AFoxrf 4021 MaMtzlf 5133 JBellss 5000 Loisellep 0000 DWhite d 4231 Kendall c 5121 MWIms 3b 4000 KYngtb 4010 Dllucdll 4021 Alnswrtcf 3010 Stinneltc 3 1 t 0 MWknsp 0000 Brede 1b 3010 Rinconp 0000 Miller Ib 1000 Wardd 0000 Stnkwc2b 4020 JGIIen rf 4120 BnAdsn p 1000 PlcvichSb 3)00 YQnlezph 1000 Collier ss 3000 Corey p 0000 Schmdtp 2101 TBIslaph 1000 Chrslns p 0000 FRdrgz p 0000 AMrtin If 1000 Fbrgas ph 1000 Totals 35 611 6 Total) 3D 311 3 Pittsburgh 060 000 000-6 Arizona 100 100 100—3 E—Womack (6), JGuillen (2), BnAnderson (1). DP—Pittsburgh 2, Arizona 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, Arizona 8. HR—MaMertinez (1), Kendall (4), DWhite (6). CS—MaMartinez (t). S—Polcovich, Schmidt. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Schmidt W.6-1 52-3 6 2 1 1 5 Christiansen 1 21111 MWilkins 1 20001 Rlncon 1 10003 LoiselleS,9 1-300001 Arizona BnAdsn L.1-5 5 76012 Corey 2 20010 FRodriguez 2 20001 HBP—by BnAnderson (Allensworth). Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Quick; Second, West; Third, Kellogg. T—2:55. A—48,167(48,500). DODGERS 9, EXPOS 4 MONTREAL LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl Snlnglo2b 4000 EcYng2b 3000 Grdzlnss 4121 Vzcainoss 5 2 1 Mrdcai ss 0000 Shlfield rf 4 2 1 VGrero rf 4000 Bonilla 3b 4 1 2 Fllmerlb 4120 Mndesi cl 4 22 HWhtled 3012 Karros 1b 2 00 McGirelf 2000 Hlndswlf 4 1 1 Telford p 0000 CJhnsn c 311 MVIdes p 0000 Drilort p 3220 DeMay ph 1000 Clonlz p 1000 Kline p 0000 Bruske p 0000 Widgerc 2100 MHbrdc 0000 Andrws 3b 3000 Vzquez p 1000 Slovallll 2110 Totals 304 63 Totals 33 911 8 Montreal 100 000 210—4 Los Angeles 001 008 OOx—9 E—VGuerrero (3), Hollandsworth (3). DP— Los Angeles 1. LOB—Montreal 9, Los Angeles 7.2B—Fullmer 2 (15), Stovall (1). HR—Bonilla (5). SB—EcYoung (16). S—Vazquez, EcY- oung. SF—RWh'ite, Bonilla. IP H RER BB SO Montreal Vazquez L.1-5 5 65543 Tellord 1-333300 MValdes 12-3 1 1 1 1 0 Kline 1 10001 Los Angeles DreifortW,1-4 62-3 4 3 2 5 3 Clontz 11-38 1 1 0 1 Bruske 1 00010 Vazquez pitched to 4 batters in trie 6th. HBP—by Clontz (MHubbard), by Drerfort (Santangelo). WP—Dreifort. Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Conner; Second, Vanover; Third, Froemming. T—2:56. A—51,698 (56,000). PADRES 3, PHILLIES 2 PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Glnyilled 4220 OVeras2b 4010 Jtleries If 4020 Sheets 3b 4000 Rolen 3b 3001 GMyrs ph 1011 Brogna 1b 3011 SFinley d 3100 Lbrthal c 4010 GVghn II 3000 Abreu rl 4000 Joyner 1b 4021 MLewis2b 4010 CHmdzc 4010 Rlalord ss 4020 RRivra rt 3110 Beech p 2000 Gomez ss 2100 YPerezp 0000 KBrwnp 2010 Selcikph 1000 MaSwyph 1000 Gomes p 0000 CReyes p 0000 KJrdan ph 1000 Gvnola ph 0000 Mleiirp 0000 Totals 34 2 9 2 Totals 31 3 7 3 Philadelphia 101 000 000—2 San Diego 000 001 002—3 No outs when winning run scored, E—Brogna (t), MLeiter (1). DP—San Diego 1. LOB—Philadelphia 7, San Diego 11. 2B— Glanville (6), Relaford (6), Joyner (8), RRivera (1). S-Giovanola. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Beech 51-3 4 1 1 3 5 YPerez 2-300000 Gomes 2 20003 MLeiter 1,2-1 0 12120 San Diego KBrown 7 82223 CReyes W.2-1 2 10003 MLeiler pitched to 5 batters in the 9th. HBP-by MLeiter (Gomez). Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Wendelstedt; Second, Bonin; Third, Hernandez. T—2:39. A—53,117(59,772). Baseball today SCOREBOARD Monday, May 18 Pittsburgh at Arizona (6:35 p.m.). Diamondbacks starter Willie Blair (0-7), signed to an $11.5 million, three-year contrad during the off- season, goes for his first win against the Pi- rates'Jon Lieber (1-5). ST. LOUIS SLUGGER St. Louis lirst baseman Mark McGwire hit a drive estimated at a Busch Stadium-record 545 feet, tying lor the major league lead with his 16th home run in the Cardinals' 5-4 victory over the Florida Marlins Saturday night. SCOUTING THE SWAP In their first game since being traded from Florida less than 24 hours earlier, Los Angeles' Bobby Bonilla hit a solo homer and a sacrifice fly, and Charles Johnson and Gary Sheffield added RBI singles Saturday night in the Dodgers' 9-4 win over Montreal. Of the Marlins' newcomers, Mike Piazza had a sacrifice ffy and Todd Zeile did not play in a 5-4 loss at SI Louis. SOLID STEVE Boston's Steve Avery, who has struggled since his success with Atlanta during the early '90s, allowed three hits In five shutout Innings in Saturday's 5-0 victory over Kansas City. SIGH OF RELIEF An MRI on the right knee of San Diego's Tony Gwynn showed no cartilage damage and the Padres' outfielder expects to return by Tuesday. SWINGS Boston's Darren Lewis, 1-for-19 in his previous five games, reached base in his lirst three at-bats Saturday with two singles and a hit by pitch In the Red Sox' 5-0 win over the Royals. ... Anaheim's Tim Salmon, who entered Saturday's game only 2-lor-21 (.095) since returning from a loot injury May 9, went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs in the Angels' 6-6 win over Detroit. T AUTO RACING Luyendyk finally qualifies Rookie Kite steals spotlight as second day's fastest qualifier By MIKE HARRIS The Associated Press ffl INDIANAPOLIS — Jimmy Kite is too young to be discouraged by a few setbacks, even ones as scary as three crashes in one week at the high-speed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 22-year-old Kite wrested the spotlight from two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Arie Luyendyk and former motorcycle champion Jeff Ward on Sunday as the fastest qualifier in the second of two days of time trials for the May 24 race. His four-lap, 10-mile average of 219.290 mph in a hastily rebuilt Dallara-Aurora completed the 33-car field with about 65 minutes remaining in Sunday's session. Kite, one of eight rookies in the lineup for the 82nd Indy 500, walked away without injury from crashes on May 10, the opening day of practice, Thursday and Saturday. The last of those incidents came in the first turn as he began his first-ever qualifying attempt on the historic 2%-mile oval. "Anytime things would start going our way, something would happen," Kite said. "The guys never got down. I was probably the downest person, but everybody kept coming up to me saying, 'What are you down for? We've got tomorrow.' may 500 lineup Raul Stephen Mike Boesel Gregoire Groff 217.303 217.036 216.704 217.63$ Johnny Jimmy Unser Kile (r) 216.316 215.781 Jack " 'Steve Hewitt (r), KnappW 216.450 216.445 Andy Jim Michner(r)Guthrie 216.922 216.604 JGnti £&dte PauI'Jtv Cheever 217.381 217.334 ' J.J. Marco Yeley (r) Greco 218.044 217.953 Jeff I Ward • 219.086 66nrtfs I BaetthlerOf 216.3S7 Scott Goodyear lazier (w) 218.357 218.288' Scott Davey Sharp Hamilton 219.910 219.748 Tony " 'Robbfe' Stewart- -Buhl • 220386 220236 Robby Unser (r) 216.534 'Buzz ' Calkins: 217 t 19t Jack Miller 217.800 'Mark N " 218.090 Roberto Guerrero 218.900 Sam - • Schmidt , 219.982 Billy Greg Kenny •• Boat Ray Brack ^^ 223.503 221.125 220.982 Pole position Record average: '' fr) - rookte . 227,807 mob, (1996) > (W) * fortmf ' ' AP "I was really concerned over turn one. Anybody who was here yesterday knows why. I didn't know I could hold my breath for that long, but I did." Kite's Team Scandia teammate, Billy Roe, had an eventful day as well. Roe, who was the slowest of 26 qualifiers on Saturday at 215.781, was bumped out of the lineup with about 35 minutes remaining Sunday by Mike Groff, who made it on his car's third and final try at 216.704. Roe, who finished 22nd last year as a rookie, climbed into his backup car and, after unsuccessful attempts by Paul Durant and Joe Gosek, got back into the field at a much more solid 217.835, bumping Eliseo Salazar. Luyendyk, who holds several speed records at Indy, was hampered for several days by engine trouble and other mechanical problems. But he finally qualified at 218.935 mph. That same speed on Saturday would have put him ninth on the grid for the 500-mile race. Instead, the Dutchman, who was on the pole last May, will start 28th. Not only that, but first Ward and then Kite snatched away his chance to be the fastest second-day qualifier. Ward followed Luyendyk onto the track and did four laps at 219.086. The 36-year-old Ward, like Luyendyk, was hampered by engine problems that kept him from even making a qualifying attempt on Saturday. But everything went well Sunday. Luyendyk admitted he was disappointed. "It's different from what I'm used to, but it just goes to show you that when you have mechanical problems on the day that it counts, you're pretty much out of the running," Luyendyk said. Martin appreciative of success The Winston win was driver's series-leading third win in 10 races By JOE MACENKA Tlie Associated Press CONCORD, N.C. — Mark Martin doesn't have to think back too far to remember the time when it appeared he might never win again on stock car racing's premier circuit. Martin was feeling reflective Saturday night after he won The Winston for the first time, adding the all-star event to a list of 1998 achievements that includes a series-leading three victories in the first 10 races. "This is pretty incredible," he said. "I'm so blessed with the career that I have, the success I've had in the past and really with what I have going on right now. It's just priceless. "I've never dreamed in my lifetime that I'd be working with a race team that feels like this right now. The high of my life is to go to the racetrack and be with my guys or to go to my race shop right now." Two years ago, Martin couldn't say that. His 1996 ledger was marked by repeated strong runs that always seemed to end in frustration, be it bad tires, fuel problems or engine trouble. By the time the season ended, he had four second-place finishes, five thirds, three fourths and a pair of fifths — but not a single victory. After finishing fifth in the points in 1996, Martin began the 1997 season by leading the most laps in the Daytona 500 before slipping back to a seventh-place finish. It seemed to signal another difficult year ahead, but his luck turned in the spring when he won on the road course at Sears Point. It was one of four victories he had last year, when he wound up third in the driver standings. He has carried that over to 1998, keeping his car running in every race so far and winning at Las Vegas, Texas and California to push his winnings to nearly $1.2 million with more than two-thirds of the season still remaining. T TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS Nebraska men, Texas women capture titles By R.B. FALLSTROM The Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. — After going without a point the first two days of the Big 12 outdoor track championships, the Texas women kicked into high gear. Elizabeth Diaz and LaKeisha Backus each were individual double winners Sunday as Texas won its eighth straight conference title and 13 in 16 years. The Longhorns won all but three running events, and finished 1-2-3-4-6 in the 200 and 1-2-3 in the 100. "We had a team meeting and no one could leave until they made up their mind that we were going to win," said Angie Vaughn, who won the high hurdles, was second in the 100 and 200 and ran on the winning 4xlOO-meter relay team. "We weren't just going to score, we were going to win the races." Backus, a junior ranked third in the U.S. at 100 meters, won that race in 11:25 seconds to lead a 1-2-3 Texas sweep. She's top-ranked in the 200 and won that race going away in 22.73 seconds, along with anchoring the 4x100 relay. Diaz, a sophomore, won the 1,500 meters by two seconds in 4:20:25. About 1 y z hours later, she took the 800 in 2:05.82. The Texas women totaled 151 points to 113 for Nebraska, which entered the day in first place with 45 points. Baylor was third with 98.83 points, foUowed by Kansas State (77), Iowa State (69.50), Texas A&M (66.33), Colorado (60), Oklahoma (52), Missouri (40.33), Texas Tech (38), Kansas (38) and Oklahoma State (15). Nebraska dethroned the Texas men, who had won six conference titles in a row but finished third this year. The Cornhuskers had only one victory on Sunday, a 10.29-second showing by Byron Topps in the 100, but had superior depth throughout the meet. Nebraska had 151 points, followed by Baylor (101), Texas (93.5), Oklahoma (68.5), Kansas State (66.5), Colorado (63), Missouri (59), Kansas (57), Texas A&M (57), Iowa The Associated Press Kansas pole vaulter Marc Romito celebrates after clearing a height at Sunday's Big 12 Track and Field Championships. State (35.5), Texas Tech (34) and Oklahoma State (25). Candy Mason of Kansas wrapped up a big weekend by finishing first in the pole vault at 125 l /2. Mason won the women's hep- tathlon on Saturday and also finished fifth in the long jump and seventh in the javelin. Mason, who beat Erin Anderson of Kansas State on fewer misses, has been vaulting only since August. "It's a blast," Mason said. "I like picking up new things." Adam Goucher of Colorado was the top individual performer for the men, winning the 1,500 by four seconds in 3:43.23 and 3,000 by 14 seconds in 14:07.51. Last year, he won the 5,000 and was second in the 1,500. In one of the more exciting finishes of the day, Chuck Sloan of Oklahoma State nosed out Missouri's Ray Hughes at the finish of the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Hughes misjudged the line, raising his arms early and it cost him. t T AUTO RACING G.W. Fuller wins Mini Stock race By The Journal Staff The largest field of cars this season was on hand Sat-' urday night at Salina Speed- . way as 96 cars competed in the four regular classes. Paul Dutton of Wichita drove to victory in the A feature of the IMC A Modified division. Darwin Fergusson of Great Bend placed second and Dave Hardesty of Minneapolis drove to third. White City's Jeff Welsh topped the 20-car field to win the A feature of the Strictly Stock class. John Kohler finished second and Brad Whithorn of Hutchinson held on for third. The Fuller brothers, G.W. of Tescott and Billy of Salina, battled for the lead before G.W. drove to the front in the Mini Stock A feature. Jerry Hedberg of Lindsborg was third. Daryl Fergusson of Great Bend swept to victory in the Pro Stock division. Kenny Fuller of Salina was second and Dwight Housh of Glen Elder ran third. The Cruiser races will take place on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. along with the Strictly Stock division. All regular classes return to the Speedway on Saturday night. 92-year-old Salinan records hole-in-one By The Journal Staff Dee Norris shot his first-ever hole-in-one Sunday at the Salina Country Club. Norris, 92,103 Overhill, used a 5-wood on the 129-yard fourth hole to record his ace. Witnesses were Ruth Norris, C.L. Clark and Connie Clark.

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