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02 WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1998 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Baltimore at NY Yankees, ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m.—Major League Baseball, Oakland at Anaheim, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 1:30 p.m. — Soccer, UEFA Champions League, Juventus FC vs. Real Madrid CF, ES- .PN2, cable 39. Hockey NHL playoffs NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida W 32 22 20 16 15 Central Division Houston Chicago Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh W 27 26 23 22 21 21 Pet. .711 .537 .476 .372 .333 Pet. .614 .591 .535 .512 .467 .467 GB 10V4 15 17 GB 1 3Vt> 4Vi 6% 6'A West Division SECOND ROUND (Beat-ot-7) , Tuesday, May 19 Detroit 6, St. Louis 1, Detroit wins series 4-2 CONFERENCE FINALS Saturday, May 23 Buffalo al Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 24 1 Detroit at Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Monday, May 25 Buffalo al Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Tuesday, May 26 ; Detroit at Dallas, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, May 28 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, May 29 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 30 Washington al Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 31 Dallas at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit al Dallas, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Basketball W 29 25 2t 19 12 Pet. GB .556 .477 .422 .273 8 10'A 17 NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77 : Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79 Monday, May 18 Utah 99, LA Lakers 95, Utah leads series 2-0 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 98, Chicago leads series 2-0 Friday, May 22 Utah at LA Lakers, 9 p.m. (TNT) Saturday, May 23 Chicago al Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, May 24 Utah at LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Monday, May 25 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Tuesday, May 26 LA Lakers at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC), II necessary Wednesday, May 27 Indiana at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC), if necessary Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana, TBA (NBC), if necessary Utah at LA Lakers, TBA (NBC), it necessary Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), if necessary LA Lakers al Utah, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summary BULLS 104, PACERS 98 INDIANA (98) Mullin 6-105-518, D.Davis 3-4 3-5 9, Smits7- "113-417, Jackson 4-9 0-0 8, Miller 4-1310-11 19, A.Davis 5-9 4-5 14, McKey 3-7 2-2 9, Rose 1 -2 0-0 2, Best 1 -4 0-0 2. Totals 34-69 27-32 98. CHICAGO (104) Pippen 6-18 7-10 21, Kukoc 5-12 5-716, Longley 3-7 0-0 6, Harper 3-6 1-2 7, Jordan 13-22 15-18 41, Rodman 1-5 0-0 2, Wennington 3-4 00 6, Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Burrell 0-1 2-2 2, Kerr 1-3 0-0 3. Totals 35-79 30-39 104. Indiana 28 24 22 24- 98 Chicago 26 19 33 26-104 3-Poin! goals—Indiana 3-12 (McKey 1-2, Miller 1-3, Mullin 1-5, Jackson 0-1, Best 0-1), Chicago 4-16 (Pippen 2-6, Kerr 1-2, Kukoc 1-4, Harper 0-1, Jordan 0-1, Rodman 0-1, Burrell 01). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 51 (D.Davis 9), Chicago 43 (Harper 9). Assists—Indiana 22 (Jackson 8), Chicago 20 (Pippen, Jordan 5). Total fouls—Indiana 30, Chicago 27. Technicals—Brown, Chicago illegal detense. A—23,844(24,119). USBL standings UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE Northern Division San Diego San Francisco Los Angeles Colorado Arizona Monday's results Atlanta 4, Houston 0 Florida 7, St. Louis 3 Arizona 9, Pittsburgh 2 Colorado 8, Milwaukee 5 ,' Tuesday's results NY Mets 7, Cincinnati 3,1st game NY Mels 5, Cincinnati 3,2nd game Montreal 4, Houston 2 St Louis 10, Philadelphia 8 Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 0 Chicago Cubs 6, Los Angeles 3 Milwaukee 9, San Francisco 6 Wednesday's games Los Angeles (Nomo 2-5) el Chicago Cubs (Tapani 5-2), 1:20 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 5-2 and Hitchcock 1-0) at Pittsburgh (Cordova 4-3 and Peters 0-2), 2,4:05 p.m. Houston (Lima 6-2) at Montreal (Moore 2-5), 6:05 p.m. St Louis (Busby 4-0) at Philadelphia (Portugal 2-0), 6:05 p.m. Arizona (Daal 0-2) at Florida (Larkln 2-3), 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Hamisch 34) at NY Mets (Mlickl 1- 3),6:40p.m. Colorado (Thomson 2-4) at Atlanta (Millwood 5-1), 6:40 p.m. San Francisco (Hershlser 2-3) al Milwaukee (Woodard 3-1), 7:05 p.m. American League INDIANS 16, ROYALS 3 CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY abrhbi 3211 1111 4232 1000 6110 5344 6123 5210 4230 0000 4133 0000 5110 44162014 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 BASEBALL Cleveland at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m. Totlll 305 75 Totals 56 914 9 Baltimore 013 100 000- 5 New York 010 000 26x— 9 E— Holies (1), Johns (1). DP— New Yoik 3. LOB— Baltimore 4, New York 10. 2B— RAIomar (9), RPalmeiro (10), Surhoff (11), Bordick (7), Knoblauch 2 (6), O'Neill (12), Brosius (11). HR— BWilliams (4), Raines (3). SB-ByAnder- son (5), BWilliams (8). CS— Knoblauch (5). SF— Hammonds. IP H HER BB SO Gterrezss 300) UAInap 0000 Asmus c 3000 Andrws 3b 4000 Schrek p 2000 McGIre 1b 3020 Scanlan p 0000 CPerez p 2000 Everett ph 1000 Stovalllf 1010 DHemy p 0000 Totals 32262 Totals 334104 Houston 000 000 200— Z Montreal Oil 010 IOx—4 E— Biggio (6), Berry (1). DP— Houston 1. LOB— Houston 5, Montreal 10. 28— Hidalgo Baltimore Johns 5 81121 Ponson 2 (-3 3 4 4 3 1 Mills 1-300000 Charfton L.0-1 0 11100 ABenitez 0 12200 BMunoz 1-311100 New York Cone 6 75534 Holmes 1 00001 StantonW,3-0 2 00001 Chartlon pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, ABen- rtez pitched to 2 batters In the eiti. HBP—by Holmes (ByAnderson), by Cone (RPalmeiro), by ABenitez (TMartinez), by Johns (TMartinez). WP^Iohns. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, Ford; Second, Handry; Third, Young. T—3:18. A—31,311(57,545). RANGERS 10, MARINERS 4 Lofton cf Whiten cf Vizquelss Dnstonss Justice dh Thome 1b MRmrzrf Giles II SAImrc Brdersc FrymnSb Bmson3b DaBellSb Totals Damon cf Halter ss Offrmn2b FMrtnz2b JKing Ib Palmer 3b Mackdh Conine If Dyerf Fasanoc Totals abrhbi 4010 3011 3000 1000 4010 3111 4000 4110 3120 3001 323 73 SEATTLE Cora2b ARdrgzss GityJrct Segui Ib EMrtnzdh GHIII If ROavisSb DWilsnc Ouceyrt abrhbi 5010 3011 4001 3110 4010 4111 4001 4010 4230 35 4 94 TEXAS Aliceall Greerli McLmr2b IRdrgzc JuGnlzrt Simms Ib Stevens 1b Elster ss Cedenodh FTalisSb TGawnd Totals (18). S—CPerez. SF—Gutierrez. IP H RER BB SO Houston SchourekL.1-2 5 83333 Scanlan 2 01012 DHenry 1 20003 Montreal CPerez W.3-3 72-3 5 2 2 1 2 Urbina S,10 11-31 0 0 0 1 WP—Schourek. Umpires—Home, Bonln; First, Hohn; Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh. T—2:36. A—9,126 (46,500). abrhbi 2110 3000 5124 5221 2110 1213 2000 3100 2100 3032 4110 32101110 Totals Seattle 001 012 000— 4 Texas 123 004 OOx—10 E—FUohnson (2). OP—Seattle 1, Texas 1. LOB-Seattle 6, Texas 5. 28—EMartlnez (14), Ducey 2 (4), Alicea (7). 3B-GHIII (1), FTatis (1). HR—McLemore (3), IRodriguez (8), Simms (3). SB—FTatis (6). S—Cedeno, FTatis. IP H RER BB SO Seattle RJohnson L.3-3 3 5 BWells 21-3 2 Fossas 1-3 1 Urn 21-3 3 Texas Helling W.7-1 52-3 8 CARDINALS 10, PHILLIES 8 ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA abrhbi 5221 4231 5336 3110 4000 0000 0000 1010 0000 5020 5111 5010 2110 2000 4) 10 IS 9 Gant II DeShds2b McGwMb RLnkld cf GaettiSb Painter p Frsctre p BJfdanph Acvedo p Mabryrf Clayton ss Pgnozzi c Plkvskp McGeerf Totals St. Louis Philadelphia Gltwillecf Jfferieslf Rolen 3b Brogna 1b Lbrlnalc Abreu rf MLewis 2I> fllalord ss TGreen p Whfsde p Sefcikph Gomes p YPerez p Sprdlin p Totals Cleveland 100 070 053-16 Kansas Cfty 001 100 100—3 E-Lofton (5), Dye (1). DP—Kansas CHy 2. LOB-Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6.2B—Vlzquel (8), Dye (1). 3B—Fryman (2). HR—Whiten (2), Thome (9), MRamirez (7), Palmer (11). SB— Vizquel (5). SF—Lofton, Halter, Fasano. IP H RER BB Cleveland OgeaW.2-2 Villone Krivda Kansas City Rapp L.3-4 Haney Bevll JMontgomery 61-3 12-3 t 42-3 21-3 1 1 SO 4 1 0 4 1 1 2 HBP-by Bevil (SAIomar). WP—Bevil. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Garcia; Second, Reilly; Third, McClelland. T—2:58. A—13,367 (40,625). BLUE JAYS 3, DEVIL RAYS 1 TAMPA BAY TORONTO abrhbi abrhbi OaMrtzrf 4000 AGnzlzss 4221 4000 SGreenrl 4000 3010 Cnsecodh 4112 4000 CDkjoolb 3010 2000 Crespolf 2000 1000 Flteherc 2000 4000 Sprgue3b 3000 2000 JoCmzd 2000 0100 Grbeck2b 3000 0000 3010 2001 29 1 2 1 McCkncf Boggs3b McSrHIb Srrento dh Ldsmaph MKellyl) DiFlcec Winnph Flhertyc Sleeker ss Cairo 2b Totals Tampa Bay Toronto XHemandezS.l 31-3 t HBP—by RJohnson (Elsler), by RJohnson (Simms). WP—RJohnson. Umpires—Home, Reed; First, O'Nora; Second, Tschida; Third, Denkinger. T—2:42. A—37,258 (49,166). National League CINCINNATI Nnnalfyrf BLrkinss DYnglf GWhitep Tbnseec 6Boone2b WGmeSb RSndrsd Stynesrf Casey 1b Tomkop Graves p LHrrls II Totals Cincinnati New York METS 7, REDS 3 First Game NEW YORK abrhbi 4111 4112 3000 0000 3000 4000 2010 1000 2000 4000 2000 0000 1110 30343 McRaecf Becker cl Alfonzo3b Olerud 1b Huskey rf LLopez2b GilkeyH ACsSlloc ROidzss BJJnesp McMctp Totals abrhbi 4111 0000 4111 4110 4123 3110 1000 3100 3012 3110 2000 0000 Totals 27 343 000 000 010—1 200 000 Olx—3 LOB—Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 3. HR—AGon- zalez (2), Canseco (13). SB—AGonzalez (8), Crespo (2). CS-^JoCruz (2). Tampa Bay DSpringerL,1-7 Toronto WWIms W.4-2 RaMyersS,10 IP H RER BB SO 3333 abrhbi 4020 4111 4322 4110 5222 3000 5010 4011 2000 0000 0100 1000 0000 0000 36 810 6 003 040 030—10 000 242 000— 8 E—RLankford 2 (2), Clayton (9), Pagnozzi (2), Relaford (6). DP—St. Louis 1. LOB—St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 8. 28—Gant (6), DaShieWs (9), BJordan (11), Clayton (9), Brogna (11), Relaford (B). HR—Gant (8), McGwire 3 (20), Rolen (7), Lieberthal (3). SB—DeShields (10). SF— DeShields, JeHeries. IP St. Louis Petkovsek Painter Frsctre W,1-2 Acevedo S,2 Philadelphia TGieen Whiteside Gomes L.1-1 YPerez Spradlin Petkovsek pitched to Gomes pitched to 3 batters In (he 8th. HBP—by Petkovsek (Sefclk). WP—TGreen 2. Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Rieker; Second, Holbrook; Third, Wendelstedt. T—3:07. A—16,541 (62,363). H RER BB SO 5 1-3 12-3 2 42-3 11-3 1 1 1 10002 43300 10001 00001 1 batter In the 6th, W Connecticut 6 2 Long Island 3 1 Columbus 2 6 New Hampshire 1 7 Mid-Atlantic Division Pet. GB .750 — .429 2!4 .250 4 .125 5 Atlantic City Camden .Washington New Jersey Pet GB .750 — .556 1 .556 1 .500 2 Southern Division W L Pel GB Jacksonville 6 1 .857 — Atlanta 5 4 .556 2 Tampa Bay 5 5 .500 2% Raleigh 1 6 .143 5 Tuesday's results Connecticut 113, New Hampshire 102 Washington 137, Camden 124 Atlanta 104, Columbus 102 New Jersey 140, Tampa Bay 126 Wednesday's games Tampa Bay at Long Island, 6 p.m. Jacksonville at Camden, 6:05 p.m. Atlanta at Raleigh, 6:30 p.m. Connecticut at New Hampshire, 6:30 p.m. Vnlura 3b Crderolb Sierra rf Cmeronct Kreulerc Caruso ss Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Umpires—Home, Evans; Rrsl, McCoy; Second, Johnson; Third, Meriwelher. T—2:15. A—25,662(51,000). WHITE SOX 9, RED SOX S CHICAGO BOSTON abrhbi abrhbi Orham 2b 5223 DLewis cf 3000 MOrdzcf 5121 Cmngsph 1000 FThmsdh 5113 Bragg rf 4010 4020 MVghn 1b 5010 4000 Jffrsondh 4020 4000 O'Lrylt 5110 4221 Httbergc 4121 0000 Bnjmin ss 4110 3220 JnVnlin 3b 4224 4111 Lemke2b 2010 Merloni 2b 2000 Totals 389129 Totals 385115 Chicago 000 061 002—9 Boston 001 100 030—5 DP—Boston 1. LOB—Chicago 3, Boston 9. 2B—Durham (10), Belle (14). HR—Durham (4), FThomas (7), Sierra (4), Hatteberg (4), Jn- Valentin2(5). IP H RER BB SO Chicago Bere W.2-4 7 6 TCastilto 2-3 2 Foulke 11-3 3 Boston SbrhgnL,5-2 41-3 8 Wasdin 12-3 2 Garces 2 1 Mahay 1 1 HBP—by Mahay (Kreuter). WP—Mahay. PB-Hatteberg. Balk—Foulke. Umpires—Home, Kosc; First, Kaiser; Second, Hickox; Thin), Barnelt. T-3:00. A—27,121(33,925). 31 787 100 000 020—3 020 050 OOx—7 E—Nunnally (5), RSanders (2). LOB—Cincinnati 5, New York 2. 2B-LHanis (4), McRae (10), ACastillo (4). HR—Nunnally (3), BLarkin (3), Huskey (4). CS—WGreene (2). S— BJJones. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati TomkoL.5-2 42-3 7 7 7 1 3 Graves 21-3 0 0 0 0 0 GWhlle 1 10001 New York BJJones W.3-3 8 43334 McMichael 1 00002 HBP-by McMichael (WGreene), by BJJones (RSanders), Umpires—Home, Schrieber; First, Montague; Second, Bucknon Third, Gibson. T—2:16. A-NA (55,775). METS 5, REDS 3 Second game CINCINNATI NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi Stynes3b 4000 McRaecf 4010 3000 Alfonzo3b 3100 1000 Olerud Ib 3122 5010 Huskey rl 4010 4010 Baerga 2b 3000 3 1 t 0 Cook p 0000 3010 Rojas p 0000 4221 MFrco ph 1000 3010 JFmco p 0000 2000 Becker It 3110 1010 RWIknsc 4111 0000 ROrdzss 4)21 WGme ph 1000 Bhanon p 2021 Wnoell p 0000 LLcpej2b 10 00 Totals 34381 Totals 325105 Cincinnati 000 010 101—3 New York 030 000 20x—5 E—Fordyce (4), Alfonzo (4), DP—Cincinnati 1, New York 2. LOB-Cincinnati 9, New York 6. 2B-Olerud (7), Bohanon (1). SB-Becker (2), ROrdonez (1). HR-Nunnally (4), Olerud (4). SB—Stynes (13), Becker (3). CS—ROrdonez (5). QVeras 2b SFinley cl Gwynnrt Joyner1b GVghn II CHmdzc Gvnola 3b Gomez ss JHmtn p MaSwyph CReyes p VnRynp Wmack 2b AMninH Rinconp PIRATES 3, PADRES 0 SAN DIEGO PITTSBURGH abrhbi 3010 4000 4020 4000 4010 3000 3000 3000 2000 1010 0000 0000 BLrkinss DYngll Nieves rl BBoone 2b EduPrz 1b Nnnallyd Frdycec Wnchstp LHrris ph abrhbi 4010 4010 0000 0000 3100 3110 1010 3011 4121 4020 0000 2011 3000 0000 Totals 31 0 5 0 Totals 31 310 3 San Diego 000 000 000-0 Pittsburgh 001 001 Olx—3 E—GVaughn (2). DP—Pittsburgh 1. LOB— San Diego 5, Pittsburgh 12. 28—Gwynn (6), MaSweeney(2),MSmith(1),JGuillen(12),3B— Allensworth (2). SB—Gwynn (2), Kendall (5). S—Kendall. SF—Collier. IP H RER BB SO San Diego JHamilton L.3-4 7 82244 CReyes 1-321100 VanRyn 2-300000 Pittsburgh Kendall c MSmith 1b KYnglb Alnswrtcf JGIIenrf Strange 3b Plcvich 3b Collier ss Silvap TWardlf Totals Silva W.5-3 Rincon Loiselle S,10 2-3 1-3 HBP—by VanHyn (AMartin), by CReyes (TWard). WP^IHamilton, VanRyn. Umpires—Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Hallion. T—2:25. A—10,493 (47,972). New York Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay W 29 27 21 20 20 Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Detroit Kansas City W 24 19 18 15 16 West Division Texas Anaheim Seattle Oakland W 27 21 21 19 Pet. .763 .628 .477 .455 .465 Pet. .558 .442 .429 .375 .372 Pet. .628 .500 .477 .452 GB 4V4 11 12 11% GB 5 5V4 IP Cincinnati Winchester L.2-2 6 Belinda 2 New York Bohanon W.1-1 6 Wendell 0 Cook 1 H RER BB SO JFranco S,9 Wendell pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Cook (Stynes). Umpires—Home, Relilord; First, Bucknor; Second, Gibson; Third, OeMuth. T—2:29. A—15,558 (55,775). DETROIT Monday's reaulU Seattle 9, Toronto 4 Oakland 14, Chicago White Sox 0 Detroit 11, Anaheim 2 Tampa Bay 6, Baltimore 3 Tuesday's result* Toronto 3, Tampa Bay 1 Chicago White Sox 9, Boston 5 NY Yankees 9, Baltimore 5 Cleveland 16, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 8, Detroit 3 Texas 10, Seattle 4 Oakland at Anaheim (n) Wednesday's games Tampa Bay (Alvarez 1-4) at Toronto (Hentgen 5-3), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Navarro 4-3) at Boston (Martinez 4-0), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Key 4-2) at NY Yankees (Irabu 20), 6:35 p.m. Cleveland (Nagy 4-2) at Kansas City (Belcher 2-5), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Castillo 2-1) at Minnesota (Morgan 11), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (Swift 2-3) at Texas (Oliver 2-4), 7:35 p.m. Oakland (Oquist 0-2) at Anaheim (Hill 6-2), 9:35 p.m. abrhbi abrbbl BLHntrcf 4000 TWIke(2b 3110 Roberts dh 4000 Hcking2b 1000 Hggnsn rf 4000 Motor dh 5122 ToClrklb 3110 Lawloncf 4130 LGnzlzlf 4121 MCdvalf 5100 Easley 2b 4111 Merced 1b 4130 Randa3b 4000 Cocmer3b 3111 Bake c 3000 Slnbch c 4133 OCmzss 3010 Latham rt 2000 Meares ss 4121 Totals 33 3 5 2 Totals 35 815 7 Detroit 020 100 000-3 Minnesota 411 200 OOx—8 E—Bako (1), Meares (8). DP—Detroit 2. LOB—Detroit 4, Minnesota 8. 2B—LGonzalez (11), Coomer (9), Meares 2 (13). 3B—Easley (1). HH—LGonzalez (4). SB—ToClark (2), TWalker (5), Moltor (2), Lawton (3). CS-Lath- CUBS 6, DODGERS 3 LOS ANGELES CHICAGO abrhbi EcYng 2b 4000 Vzcaino ss 4020 Shrteld rf 4010 Bonilla 3b 3000 Mndesicf 4111 Karros 1b 4221 Hlndsw If 4020 CJhnsn c 4000 Parkp 2010 Guthriep 0000 THwrd ph 1000 Bruske p 0000 ORoyes p 0000 Esnrich ph 1000 Total! 35 3 9 2 Los Angeles Chicago abrhbi 5010 4220 4120 3113 3110 1000 2000 2112 2010 4010 2011 0000 1000 0000 33 511 8 010 200 000-3 100 230 OOx—8 BBrwnci Mmdni 2b Sosari MaGce1b HRdrgzlf Mieske II Blauser ss Huston 3b JHmdz 3b Serais c Trchsel p TAdmsp Alxndrph Beckp Totals IP H HER BB SO Detroit SagerL,1-1 22-3 9 6 6 0 2 Keagle 31-3 5 2 2 5 2 Runyan 1 00002 Brocail 1 10001 Minnesota RadkeW.5-3 9 53312 WP—Hadka. Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, CedenUrom. T—2:40. A—11,799(48,678). YANKEES 9, ORIOLES 5 BALTIMORE NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi ByAdsn cf 2100 Knbfch 2b 3220 Hmndsrf 2101 Jelerss 5010 RAImr2b 4111 O'Neill rt 5242 RPImrtb 3110 BWIImsd 4113 Banes dh 3023 TMrtnz Ib 2110 EDavis dti 1000 Raines dh 5123 CRpken 3b 4000 Curtis II 5010 Surhoff H 3020 Brosius 3b 4110 Holies c 4000 Girardi c 3011 Bordick ss 4 t 1 0 Posadac 0100 E—BBrown (2). DP—Los Angeles 1, Chicago 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Chicago 11. 28—Vizcaino (3), BBrown (7), Sosa <9), MaGrace (10), HRodriguez (8), Servais (4). HR—Mondesi (9), Karros (1), Houston (2). SF—MaGrace. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles ParkL,4-2 41-3 8 6 6 3 5 Guthrie 12-3 1 0 0 1 2 Bruske 1 10000 OReyes ( 10023 Chicago Trachsel W.5-1 BREWERS 9, GIANTS 6 SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE abrhbi abrhbi DHmln cl 3 1 1 1 Vina 2b 5120 Mueller 3b 4001 CiriltoSb 3 t t t BondsII 4032 Lorettatb 3100 Kent 2b 4020 Bumitz rt 4234 Snowtb 5000 Nwfieldll 3112 Javier rt 5120 Nilssonph 1000 Maynec 5130 MMyrap 0000 RSnchz pr 0100 DJones p 0000 Mrbellic 0000 Owens cl 3000 Auriliass 5121 Jenkins If 1000 Eslesp 2000 JsVntinss 4110 CrJnesph 0 t 0 0 Mthmyc 423! Darwin p 0000 Eldred p 1000 ADiazph 1000 AReyesp 1000 Tvarez p 0000 DrJksn cl 1000 Hayes ph 0001 Poole p 0000 Totals 36 613 6 Totals 34 911 8 San Francisco 000 004 002—6 Milwaukee 120 120 003-9 One out when winning run scored. E—Cirillo (4). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB—San Francisco 13, Milwaukee 6.2B—Bonds 2 (16), Vina (9), Burnitz (11), JsValentin (6), Matheny (6). HR—Bumte (9), Newtield (1). SB—DHamil- ton (6). CS—DHamilton (4). S-Cirillo, Eldred. SF—Hayes. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Estes 5 76525 Darwin 1 00001 Tavarez 2 20003 Poole L.0-1 1-323310 Milwaukee Eldred 5 64452 AReyes 2 10011 MMyers 1 10010 DJones W.3-2 1 32201 Eldred pitched to 4 batters in the 6th. HBP—by Estes (Loretta). WP—Estes. PB— Mayne. Umpires—Home, Vanoven First, Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Froemming; Third, Gregg. T—3:07. A—13,138 (53,192). Late boxscore MONDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE ROCKIES 8, BREWERS 5 MILWAUKEE COLORADO abrhbi 3100 2110 4010 3110 0000 3121 4112 3000 (000 3011 2000 1000 1000 305 74 Baseball today Wednesday, May 20 SCOREBOAfiC Baltimore at NY Yankees (6:35 p.m. COT). New York's Hideki Irabu (2-0) has a 1.11 ERA and has allowed just 10 hits and two earned mns in his last 21 !4 innings. The league is hilling .153 against him. Jimmy Key (4-2) starts lor Baltimore against his former teammates. STARS Monday Mike Blowers, Athletics, hit for the cycle and had four RBIs in Oakland's 14-0 rout of the Chicago While Sox. • Tom Glavine, Braves, allowed five hits in seven innings and struck out eight in Atlanta's 40 win in Houston. • Brian Hunter, Tigers, had four hits, scored three runs and threw out two straight runners at the plate from center field In an 11-2 victory over Anaheim. • Devon White, Diamondbacks, went 4-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs in Arizona's 9-2 win over the Pirates. SUING Angered by the Florida Martins' payroll purge, two separate class-action lawsuits were filed against the team Monday — one for breach of contract and the other accusing the Marlins of false advertising. Just two position players from the starting lineup In Game 7 of the 1997 World Series remain: shortstop Edgar Renleria and second baseman Craig Counsell. Rorida has lowered its payroll from $53 million at the end of 1897 to $24 million. SURGING Oakland's Mike Blowers went 4-for-5, hitting for the cycle in Monday's 14-0 rout of the Chicago White Sox. Blowers homered in the second, doubled in the fifth, singled in the seventh and tripled in the eighth and had lour RBIs. On Sunday, Blowers hit a grand slam in a 9-7 win at Chicago. SLUGGERS Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 16th home run to tie teammate Alex Rodriguez lor Ihe AL lead, as the Seattle Mariners beat Toronto 9-4 Monday. It was Griffey's sixth career homer off Toronto starter Roger Clemens. He entered Ihe game 25-fof-6l (.410) against Clemens. During barling practice, Grilley hit a ball into the tilth deck ol SkyDome above the Hard Flock Cale in right field.... Mark McGwire and Vinny Castilla both hit their 17th homers Monday, tying them for the Ml lead. SORRY Umpire Larry Barnett apologized Monday for saying Detroit manager Buddy Bell "made an enemy for lile" in the wake of a controversial home run last weekend. The controversy began Saturday when Anaheim's Jim Edmonds hit a high fly ball to right that Detroit's Bobby Higginson apparently caught at the wall. Bamelt, umpiring second base, signaled a home run, saying he heard the ball hit an advertising sign in right field. Both Bell and Higginson were ejected in the ensuing argument. SORRY START Dwight Gooden, the 1985 NL Cy Young Award winner, trying to battle back from biceps tendini- tis, was lifted during the Richmond Braves' six- run fifth inning In a 7-2 loss. The Buffalo Bisons right-hander, who signed with Cleveland as a free agent in the offseason has allowed 23 hits and 16 earned runs in 16 innings, walking seven, striking out 18 and giving up five home runs. STARTERS Toronto's Roger Clemens allowed nine earned runs and 10 hits in five innings in Monday's 9-4 loss to Seattle. II was only the third time in his career that the four-time Cy Young Award winner had given up nine earned runs in a game.... After seven losses, Arizona's Willie Blair, who signed a three-year, $11.5 million free agent contract In the offseason, earned his first win of the season Monday night. Blair gave up seven hits and two runs — one earned — over seven Innings in the Diamondbacks' 9-2 viclo/y over Pittsburgh. SCUFFLING STARTERS Jeff Juden of Milwaukee and Pedro Astacio of Colorado were ejected In the fifth Inning ol Monday night's 8-5 Rockies win after Juden hit Astacio in the back with a pitch and Astacio drew his bat back in a threatening gesture toward Juden. Both benches emptied, but there was no fighting. STATS Atlanta's Tom Glavine is 7-0 with a 0.91 in his last eight starts at Houston,... Tampa Bay became the second expansion team in baseball history to sweep a tour-game series on the road Monday night with a 6-3 victory over the Orioles. The Devil Rays trailed tor only a hall-inning throughout the entire series and outscored Baltimore 22-9. The other first-year team to sweep a four-game series away from home was the 1993 Colorado Rockies, who did it against the Los Angeles Dodgers. ... Tampa Bay's Fred McGritf went 1-lor-2 against the Orioles' Doug Drabek on Monday night and is 20-for-40 lifetime against him. SOUTHPAW STRUGGLES Anaheim's Allen Watscn was rocked for seven runs on 10 hits in three-plus innings Monday in an 11-2 loss at Detroit. SNAPPED The Orioles had their club-record streak ol 19 straight games with a home run snapped Monday night in a 6-3 loss to Tampa Bay. SPEAKING It's hard to believe that Babe Ruth could have hit balls higher and longer than that." — Florida catcher Mike Piazza after St. Louis' Mark McG- wire hit his 17th homer in the Martins' 7-3 win. SEASONS May 20 1925 — The Cleveland Indians scored six runs in the last of the ninth to beat (he New York Yankees 10-9. Tris Speaker scored the winning run from first on a single. tow. HR-TW: Swart. CLASS 3A REGIONAL SE SALINE 11, LYONS 10 Lyons 104 320 0 — 10 11 2 SE Saline 351 000 2 — 11 14 5 Rose, Stegman (3) and Slegman, Archer (3); Myers, Ellertson (5) and Peterson. WP — Ellertson. LP — Stegman. 2B — L: Leiker, Higgins.; SES: Th Douglas, Tuzlcka. HR — L: Stegman; SES: Myers. Softball High school SA REGIONAL AT GREAT BEND Semifinal Hays 12, Liberal 0 Championship Great Bend 1, Hays 0 CLASS 3A REGIONAL LYONS 8, HILLSBORO 3 Hillsboro 000 001 2 — 3 6 3 Lyons 134 000 x — 8 6 1 Loowen and Chisholm; Suhler and Henirichs. WP — Suhler. LP — Lowen. SE SALINE 9, MARION 1 Marion 000 100 0 — 1 24 SE Saline 401 310 x— 9 11 4 A. Moore and Voelken Scfiwarz and A. Gler- sch. WP — Schwarz. LP — A. Moore. 2B — SES: Lund. LYONS 3, SE SALINE 0 Lyons 000 120 0 — 3 5 3 SE Saline 000 000 0 — 3 5 1 Burton and Heinrichs; Scanlan and Bethe. WP — Burton. LP — Scanlan. 2B — L: Schmidt. CLASS 2-1A REGIONAL SACRED HEART 12, WABAUNSEE 0 Sacred Heart 440 020 2 — 12 10 1 Wabaunsee 000 000 0 — 0 3 10 WP — Wagoner. LP — Malke. Semifinal Wabaunsee 11, Canton-Gatva 1 Goll KGA scores KANSAS GOLF ASSOCIATION MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP At Falcon Ridge G.C., Lenexa Par 72 Alan Steams, Lawrence 74-69—143 Matt Murray, Overland Park 69-74—143 Wright Beck, Overland Park 71-74—145 Rob Park, Mission Woods 70-75—145 Len Johnsen, Overland Park 75-71—146 Dan Bock, Olathe 71-76—147 Lou Rapalino, Parsons . 76-72—148 Ms* Crow, Overland Park 76-72—148 Bill Toalson, Mission Hills 74-74—148 Dan Mullen, Overland Park 74-74—148 Dick Jensen, Sallna 74-74—148 Tom Bachelor, Olathe 74-74—148 Randy Vautravera, Wichita 71-77—148 Tom Leonard, Overland Park 77-73—150 Gary Rotes, Lenexa 76-78—150 Jim Doyle, Fairway 79-71—150 VemCline, Olathe 75-75—150 Marty Sallaz, Overland Park 77-74—151 Kent Reynolds, Overland Park 77-74—151 Don Cox, Lake Quivira 78-73—151 Robert Nelson (I, Lenexa 78-73—151 Volleyball TAdams 1 00011 BeckS,14 1 10003 HBP—by Bruske (Blauser). WP—Trachsel. Umpires—Home, Poncino; Rrsl, Rippley; Second, Darling; Third, Winters. T—2:55. A-30,607 (38,884). EXPOS 4, ASTROS 2 HOUSTON MONTREAL abrhbi abrhbi Biggio2b 3000 Snlnglo2b 1000 DeBellrf 4010 Mrdcai2b 3 0 0 Q Alcuff 4 0 t 0 Grdzlnss 4110 Berry 3b 4110 VGrerori 4110 Hidalgo d 4120 RWhited 3221 Howelltb 3011 Widgerc 4023 Spiers Ib 1000 RPerezlt 4010 Vina 2b Cirillo 3b JsVntin ss Niisson to Loretta 1b Bumitz rt Jenkins If DrJksn cl Grssom ph Hughes c Juden p Patrick p Hmelm ph Totals Milwaukee Colorado NPerez ss CGdwind LWIker rt Bchettelf Castilla 3b Helton Ib Using 2b JReedc Astacio p Kilepr DeJean p McElry p Dipolo p Totals abrhbi 3100 4211 5020 5221 4113 4110 3120 4022 2000 0000 1000 0000 0000 35811 7 200 300 000—5 013 120 10X-8 E—JsValentin (10), Juden (1), CGoodwin (1). DP—Milwaukee 1, Colorado 4. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Colorado 8. 2B—Bumitz (10), Jenkins (4), LWalker 2 (20), Helton (11). Lansing (9). HR—CGoodwin (1), Castilla (17). SB—Lansing (1). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Juden 1,5-2 42-3 8 7 6 3 4 Patrick 31-3 3 1 1 1 2 Colorado Astacio W.4-5 5 65523 DeJean 2 10011 McElroy 1 00012 DipotoS,9 1 00010 DeJean pitched to I batter in Ihe 8lh. HBP—by Judan (Astacio), by Astacio (Cirillo). Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Rapuano; Second, Dieckman; Third, Pulli. T—2:45. A-48,026 (50,381). 1947 — The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Boston Braves 4-3 in a game that produced 22 hits — all singles. The Pirates had 12 singles and the Braves 10. 1953 — In only their 13th game of the season, the Milwaukee Braves surpassed their 1952 attendance of 281,278, when they were in Boston. 1978 — Willie Stargeli hit a 535-foot homer off Montreal's Wayne Twitchell—the longest home run in Montreal's Olympic Stadium — to highlight the Pirates' 6-0 victory. It was also Stargell's 407th career homer tying him with Duke Snider on the all-time list. 1985 — The Milwaukee Brewers and Ihe Indians were rained out in Cleveland, the lirst post- ponment ol the season. A record 458 games had been played before the rainout. 1991 — Jeff Reardon got his 300th career save and Steve Lyons and Jack Clark homered as the Boston Red Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0. Today's birthdays — Todd Stottlemyre 33; David Wells 35. Texas League Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE —Lee Busby. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Bakerslield R4 HS, Mo. SPORT—Men's basketball. POSITION —guard. STATS —18.3 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 3.1 apg, 2 spg. NOTES — Sportsmanship award winner. ATHLETE — Nick Pfannensliel. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Silver Lake HS. SPORT —Football. POSITION — wide receiver. NOTES — Three-year letterman, all-Mid East League, ATHLETE — Brad Couture. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Belleville HS. SPORT —Football & baseball. POSITION — running back, linebacker; oulielder-third base. NOTES — All-NCAA in football. ATHLETE — Mike Palmer. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Circle HS. SPORT —Men's basketball. POSITION— forward. HEIGHT —6-6. STATS — Averaged 11.0 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.3 steals last season. Shot 54 percent from the field, 63 percent Irom the free throw line and 31 percent from 3-polnt range. NOTES — Helped Circle advance to the 4A state tournament. Named to Ihe T-Bird Classic All-Tournament team as a junior and senior and 1998 Bluestem Classic All-Tournament team. Transactions BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated LHP Al Momran Irom the 15-day disabled list. Optioned RHP Jason Rakers to Buffalo ol the Internation- First Halt Eastern Division W 27 22 21 19 Pet. .614 .512 .477 .422 GB 4VS 6 8ft Vi 2V4 6 SEATTLE MARINERS—Optioned OF Ryan Radmanovich to Tacoma ol the PCL Activated RHP Bob Wells Irom the 15-day disabled list. National League MONTREAL EXPOS—Recalled LHP Rick DeHart from Ottawa ot the International League. Replaced RHP Mike Johnson, who was optioned on Sunday to Hafrisbuig of the Eastern SPORTS PIBEST Arbitrator rules against Drew in free agency bid Arkansas (Cardinals) Shreveport (Giants) Tulsa (Rangers) Jackson (Astros) Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 24 20 .545 Midland (Angels) 24 21 .533 El Paso (Brewers) 22 23 .489 Wichita (Royals) 18 26 .409 Monday's results San Antonio 5, Shreveport 1 Wichita 6, Tulsa 5 Arkansas 4, El Paso 3 Midland 3, Jackson 1 Tuesday's results San Antonio 4, Shreveport 3 Tulsa ID, Wichita 4 Arkansas 9, El Paso 2 Midland 5, Jackson 4 Wednesday's games Shreveport at Wichita, 7:15 p.m. Tulsa at San Antonio El Peso at Jackson Midland at Arkansas Wranglers linescore TULSA 10, WICHITA 4 Tulsa 221 201 020— 10 11 0 Wichita 101 002 000— 4 7 5 WP—Knight (2-4). LP—Kirkreit (1-1). 2B—T: Sasser; W: Prieto. HR—T: Murphy, Conti; W: Pellow. High school CLASS 5A REGIONAL TOPEKA SEAMAN 12 SALINA SOUTH 2 Salina Soulh 000 20 - 2 3 4 Tcpeka Seaman 101 64 - 12 13 2 Hill, Ascher (4), Chan/at (5), Tomlins (5) and St. Clain Greene and Malsom. WP-Greene (22). LP-Hill (5-3). 2B-TS: Williams, Kramer 2, Greene. HR-TS: Boden. TOPEKA WEST 8 SALINA CENTRAL 4 TopekaWest 010 210 04 - 8 11 1 Salina Central 10003000-4 8 2 Swart and Ramirez; Just, Lamone (6) and Wilson. WP-Swart. LP-Lamone (3-4). 2B-SC: Bar- NEW YORK METS-Activated 3B Edgaido Alfonzo Irom the 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Preston Wilson to Norfolk of the International League. Announced INF Shawn Gilbert cleared waivers and accepted assignment to Norfolk. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Activated OF-1B Mark Smith from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Chance Sanford to Nashville of the PCL Eastern League HARRISBURG SENATORS—Placed LHP Tim Young on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled . LHP Ruben Niebia from Jupiter of the Florida State League. Frontier League CANTON CROCODILES—Signed INF Tony Robinson. JOHNSTOWN JOHNNIES—Signed LHP Lee Long, C Rick Satcho, 1B Don Choung and INF Ed Conlan. RICHMOND ROOSTERS—Traded OF Shane Britt to Grays Harbor of the Western League. Released OF Gerald Bolden and 1B Kevin Holt. Heartland League HUNTINGTON RAIL KINGS—Signed C Jason Moore. Northwoods League WAUSAU WOODCHUCKS-Re-signed Scott Pritcnard, coach, Western League GRAYS HARBOR GULLS—Signed RHP Kent Wallace and LHP Keith Barnes. RENO CHUKARS—Released RHP Matt Bell, RHP Serelino Solo, RHP Mike Sanchez, RHP Mike Stadelholer, and INF Colin Aila. Relinquished the rights to RHP Jason Adge, RHP Bob Ayrault, C Paul Ellis, RHP Tony Enard, INF Roy Miller, OF Scott Pfeifer, OF John Roberts, RHP Datiel While and INF Dave Zuniga. Sold the rights to OF David Francisco to Madison ol tha Northern League. BASKETBALL USA BASKETBALL—Named Kathy McGee women's assistant world youth games basketball coach. National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Named Billy King general manager. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Named Bob Bren- nlleck vice president of media and corporate partnerships. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Re-signed HW Mikael Andersson. COLLEGE MICHIGAN—Named Lorenzo Neely men's assistant basketball coach and Tom Sorboro administrative assistant. NORTHWOOD—Named Doug Carter women's soccer coach and Mark Herron men's assistant basketball coach. SAN DIEGO—Named Erik Johnson and Nadine Mastroleo women's assistant basketball coaches. By The Associated Press NEW YORK — J.D. Drew, the former Florida State outfielder who tried to find a loophole in baseball's amateur draft rules, failed for now in his attempt to win free agency. Arbitrator Dana Eischen, in a seven-page decision issued Tuesday, invalidated changes teams made to the Major League Rules last September that were designed to close draft loopholes. But Eischen declined to make Drew a free agent, saying the player's status "is a matter for initial determination by the commissioner/executive council." The 10-man council, which has ruled baseball since commissioner Fay Vincent's forced resignation in September 1992, is unlikely to change Drew's status anytime soon. Philadelphia, which selected Drew with its first-round pick last summer, the second overall, retains his negotiating rights through next Monday. If he doesn't sign by 12:01 a.m. EOT Tuesday, he is available to be selected by any team in the 1998 amateur draft, which starts June 2. Philadelphia has the top pick in this year's draft, followed by Oakland, the Chicago Cubs,Kansas City and St. Louis. Basketball ROANOKE, Va. — A former NBA referee pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of filing a false income tax return by trading in first-class plane tickets for coach fare, pocketing the difference and not reporting it on his taxes. Donald W. Vaden of Lynch Station was among five former NBA referees indicted on charges in the scam. Vaden, a referee for 10 years, admitted he did not report $26,000 in income from the ticket downgrading on his 1993 taxes, said U.S. Attorney Robert P. Crouch Jr. CHICAGO — Loyola will name Rhode Island assistant Larry Farmer as its head basketball coach today. The school fired Ken Burmeister after he compiled a record of 40-71 in four seasons with the Ramblers. Farmer comes to Loyola after helping guide Rhode Island to a 25-9 overall record and an appearance in the Elite Eight of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Football WASHINGTON — The Denver Broncos will pay a lot more than most other tourists for a visit to the White House — as much as $100,000 more. That's an estimate of how much the team will spend to charter a jetliner and ferry as many as 53 players, 17 coaches, owner Pat Bowlen and a handful of other personnel to the nation's capitol for a June 16 visit with President Clinton. CLEVELAND — The NFL will kick in another $15 million to the new football stadium being built for the next Cleveland Browns team, Mayor Michael R. White said Tuesday. The money should be sufficient to cover the cost overruns already incurred on the stadium, White said. The projected $247 million stadium is running about $13 million over budget. NEW YORK — Former Buffalo quarterback and NBC announcer Jim Kelly was hired Tuesday by ESPN to be an analyst on its studio show. Kelly, who led the Bills to four consecutive Super Bowls as a player, will shift to the studio after spending a. year as a game analyst at NBC. That is a move Kelly, who had his own show for 12 years in Buffalo, is eager to make. STARKVILLE, Miss. — The body of Joey Embry, a University of Mississippi offensive tackle, was found early Tuesday in a pond on a golf course. Embry, 21, drowned apparently after suffering a diabetic-related seizure, said Oktibbeha County coroner Michael Hunt. Drugs and alcohol were not suspected to be a factor, he said. Embry and two friends from his hometown in Bruce had gone to the Mississippi State University Golf Course late Monday night to search for golf balls. They apparently had played the course earlier in the day. Soon after they arrived about 11 p.m., his companions could not find the 6-foot-6, 300-pound Embry. After searching the course, they called 911 about 1:19 a.m. Tuesday, and Embry's body was recovered from the pond about an hour later. Hockey ST. LOUIS — Just when the St. Louis Blues appeared to be getting new life, the Detroit Red Wings buried them. Martin Lapointe scored twice in the second period, Steve Yzerman had a goal and three assists and the defending Stanley Cup champions scored three times on a previously anemic power play to advance to the Western Conference finals with a 6-1 Game 6 victory Tuesday night. The Red Wings won all three games in St. Louis, muffling a sellout crowd of 20,591 in the finale, to eliminate the Blues for the third straight season and set up a matchup with the Dallas Stars.The Red Wings also won in six games in the first round of the playoffs last year, and in seven games in the second round two years ago. Soccer HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — The National Professional Soccer League added a 14th team on Monday, awarding an expansion franchise to the Florida Thundercats. Commissioner Steve Paxos said the club will be operated by longtime soccer team owner Milan Mandaric and will begin play in mid-October when the indoor league starts its 1998-99 season. The NPSL includes the Wichita Wings. 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