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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1998 B3 T BY THE NUMBERS T MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DOOfkholl Tewksbury pitched lo 3 batters In the 4th. c DflvGUIIII ' HBP-by OlivaresfTWalker). £ Umpires— Home, Mehwether; Firs!, Evans; f Major league standings By The Auoclated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr New York 31 10 .756 — z-7-3 L-1 16-3 15-7 0-0 Boston 29 16 .644 4 5-5 W-2 19-6 10-10 0-0 Toronto 23 24 .489 11 6-4 L-1 12-11 11-13 0-0 Tampa Bay 20 25 .444 13 z-5-5 L-3 8-12 12-13 0-0 Baltimore 20 26 .435 13V4 1-9 L-8 10-13 10-13 0-0 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr Cleveland 27 19 .587 — 7-3 W-4 14-8 13-11 0-0 Minnesota 19 26 .422 TA 5-5 L-2 9-15 10-11 0-0 Detroit 18 • 25 .419 7Vfe z-8-2 W-3 9-9 9-16 0-0 Chicago 18 26 .409 8 z-4-6 L-2 8-11 10-15 0-0 i: Kansas City 16 30 .348 11 2-8 L-7 6-18 10-12 0-0 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr Texas 30 16 .652 — z-7-3 W-5 19-7 11-9 0-0 Anaheim 24 21 .533 5% 5-5 W-3 15-12 9-9 0-0 Seattle 21 25 .456 9 z-3-7 L-3 12-11 9-14 0-0 Oakland 19 26 .422 10V4 4-6 L-3 9-13 10-13 0-0 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr Atlanta 35 13 .729 — z-8-2 W-4 21-6 14-7 0-0 New York 24 20 .545 9 5-5 W-2 17-10 7-10 0-0 Philadelphia 22 23 .489 11V4 z-4-6 W-2 15-9 7-14 0-0 Montreal 16 30 .348 18 z-3-7 L-3 12-16 4-14 0-0 Florida 16 32 .333 19 3-7 W-1 11-17 5-15 0-0 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr Houston 29 18 .617 — z-5-5 L-1 13-8 16-10 0-0 Chicago 27 20 .574 2 z-7-3 L-2 16-9 11-11 0-0 St. Louis 24 22 .522 4% 5-5 W-1 15-7 9-15 0-0 Milwaukee 23 23 .500 5V4 z-4-6 L-3 11-12 12-11 0-0 Pittsburgh 23 26 .469 7 z-5-5 L-1 16-12 7-14 0-0 Cincinnati 22 26 .458 7V4 z-4-6 L-2 10-12 12-14 0-0 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr San Diego 31 17 .646 — z-7-3 W-1 15-4 16-13 0-0 San Franc 27 21 .563 4 6-4 L-1 14-7 13-14 0-0 Los Angeles 23 24 .489 7V4 5-5 W-2 12-7 11-17 0-Q Colorado '20 28 .417 11 3-7 W-1 6-15 14-13 0-0 Arizona 14 33 .298 16V4 6-4 L-1 8-13 6-20 0-0 z-first game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Thursday's Games Thursday's Games Toronto 6, Ta'mpa Bay 1 Arizona 6, Florida 4 Detroit 6, Minnesota 3, 1 1 innings San Francisco 8, Milwaukee 1 N.Y. Yankees 3, Baltimore 1 Houston 6, Montreal 0 Cleveland 6, Kansas City 2 Los Angeles 7, Chicago Cubs 3 Texas 9, Seattle 8 Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 2 Anaheim 12, Oakland 2 Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3 Only games scheduled N.Y. Mets 6, Cincinnati 1 Friday's Games Atlanta 2, Colorado 0 Boston 5, N.Y. Yankees 4 Friday's Games Cleveland 9 Toronto 7 Philadelphia 7, Montreal 5, 10 Innings Detroit 9, Chicago White Sox 5 Florida 3, Pittsburgh 1 Texas 1 3, Kansas City 1 0 Colorado 3, Cincinnati 2 Tampa Bay at Seattle, (n) N.Y. Mets 3, Milwaukee 2 Minnesota at Anaheim, (n) Atlanta 8, Chicago Cubs 2 Baltimore at Oakland, (n) San Diego 9, Houston 6 Saturday's Games SI. Louis 4, San Francisco 3, 12 Innings Toronto (Clemens 4-5) at Cleveland Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 0 (Colon 3-2), 12:05 p.m. Saturday's Games N.Y. Yankees (Wells 5-1) at Boston Colorado (Astaoio 4-5) at Cincinnati (Lowe 0-2), 12:05 p.m. fTomko 5-2), 12:15 p.m. Detroit (Moehler 4-3) at Chicago White Milwaukee (Juden 5-2) at N.Y. Mets Sox (Sirolka 5-4), 6:05 p.m. (Leller 3-3), 3:10 p.m. Kansas Cily (Rusch 3-6) at Texas (Sele Pittsburgh (Lieber 1-6) at Florida 7-2), 7:35 p.m. (Fontenot 0-0), 6:05 p.m. • Tampa Bay (Saunders 1-4) at Seattle Philadelphia (Schilling 5-4) at Montreal r (Clouda 3-2), 8:05 p.m. (Pavano 0-0), 6:05 p.m. ,, Baltimore (Drabek 3-5) at Oakland Chicago Cubs (Wood 5-2) at Atlanta (Haynes 3-1), 8:15 p.m. (Smoltz 4-1), 6:10 p.m. Minnesota (Hawkins 2-4) at Anaheim San Diego (Langston 1-0) at Houston (Watson 3-4), 9:05 p.m. (Hampton 6-2), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Darwin 4-2) at SI. Louis (Aybar 2-3), 7:10 p.m. Los Angeles (R.Martinez 5-2) at Arizona (Anderson 1 -5), 9:05 p.m. American League RANGERS 13, ROYALS 10 KANSAS CITY TEXAS ab r h bl ab r h bl Damon cf 5110 TGdwin cf 3210 Oftrmn 2b 4113 McLmr 2b 4333 Sulton Ib 4110 Greer II 3200 JKinglb 1000 JuGnlzdh 4125 Palmer 3b 5 31 WCIaiklb 4001 Pndlton dh 4 20 IRdrgz c 3121 Conine If 521 Simms rl 3220 Dye rf 521 Stevens rf 1000 Fasano c 410 Elster ss 4123 Halter ss 2 1 0 FTatisSb 4110 Mack ph 114 FMrtnz ss 1000 Totals 41 10 15 10 Totals 33 13 13 13 Kansas City 003 010 402—10 Texas 001 150 303—13 No outs when winning run scored. E— Witt (2). DP— Kansas City 1, Texas 2. LOB — Kansas City 9, Texas 3. 2B — Palmer (10), Conine (4), McLemore 2 (7), Slmms 2 (3). HR-O«erman (2), Conine (2), Dye (1), Mack (4), JuGonzalez (12). SB— Damon (8). CS— TGoodwin (8), FTatis (1). S— TGoodwin. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City JWalker 4 1-3 9 7 7 0 4 Pittsley 2 22221 Whisenant 0 01110 Service 2-31 000 1 JMtgm L.0-2 1 13322 • Texas Witt 32-3 5 3 3 2 3 Gunderson 1 1-3 31100 Crabtree 1 31112 XHemandez 1 13321 Bailes 1-300000 DPatterson 2-310001 Wetteland W.2-0 1 22202 Whisenant pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, JMontgomery pitched to 3 batters in the 9th, Crabtree pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP-by Service (JuGonzalez). WP— XHer- nandez. Umpires— Home, Hickox; First, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Kaiser. T— 3:35. A— 38,411(49,166). RED SOX 5, YANKEES 4 NEW YORK BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl Knblch2b 2000 DLewiscf 2020 Jeter ss 3000 Bragg rl 4023 O'Neill rl 4220 MVghnlb 4000 TMrtnzlb 4121 Leyritzdh 4010 BWIImsct 4113 O'Lryll 4111 Strwbr dh 4000 JnVnflnSb 4110 Raines II 4010 Bnjminss 4010 Posadac 4000 Vanlekc 4111 Brosius 3b 2010 Merloni 2b 3220 Totals 31 4 7 4 Totals 335115 New York 000 301 000—4 ' Boston 000 001 40x— 5 E— Raines (1). DP— New York 2, Boston 1. LOB— New York 4, Boston 6. 2B— O'Neill (13), Varilek (5), Merloni (2). 3B— TMartinez (1). HR— BWilliams (5), O'Leary (12). SB- Knoblauch (10), Jeter (11). CS— Knoblauch (6), Brosius (4). IP H RER BB SO New York RMendoza 61-3 8 4 4 0 3 Nelson L.1-1 0 11110 Stanton 12-32 0 0 0 3 Boston Wakelield W.6-1 7 74423 Cnfci n n n n 2 D OfSI u u u u e. u Mahay 2-300001 Gordon S,18 11-30 0 0 0 2 Nelson pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, Cors pitched to 2 baiters in the 8th. HBP-by RMendoza (DLewis). WP— RMen Umpires— Home, McClelland; First Hirschbeck; Second, Garcia; Third, Reilly. T— 2:30. A— 33,605 (33,925). INDIANS 9, BLUE JAYS 7 TORONTO CLEVELAND sb r h bl flo r n bl AGnzIz ss 5000 Lofton cf 4101 SGreen rl 5130 Vizquel ss 4131 Cnseco II 5010 Justice dh 5112 CDIgdolb 5021 Thome 1b 4000 Stanleydh 3110 MRmrzrf 2111 TFmdzZb 4310 GilesH 3110 Sprgue3b 4231 SAImrc 2221 Fltcherc 5023 FrymnSb 4123 JoCruzd 3012 BmsonZb 4110 DaBell 2b 0000 Totals 397147Totali 329119 Toronto 011 002 300—7 Cleveland 132 120 OOx— 9 DP— Cleveland 1. LOB— Toronto 11, Cleveland 7. 2B— SGreen (8), Sprague 2 (11), Vizquel (9), Justice (16). HR— Fryman (7). SB— SGreen (6). S— Vizquel. SF-^JoCruz. IP H RER BB SO Toronto Hanson L.0-2 2 46663 Carpenter 42-37 3 3 ' 1 3 Plesac 11-300 0 0 2 Cleveland Burba W.5-4 51-39 44 4 5 Mesa 1 33312 Morman 2-300001 Assenmacher 2-31 0000 MJackson S,12 11-31 0 0 0 1 Hanson pitched to 3 batters in the 3rd. WP— Burba, MJackson. Balk— Hanson. Umpires— Home, Denkinger; First, Reed; Second, O'Nora; Third, Tschlda. T— 3:21. A— 43,269(43,863). TIGERS 9, WHITE SOX 5 DETROIT CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl BLHntrd 5110 Drham2b 4121 Roberts dh 5330 Cmerond 3100 Hggnsnrt 6141 FThmsdh 3110 ToClrklb 5123 Belle II 4221 Easley2b 5011 VnluraSb 3022 LGralzll 4110 Crderolb 4011 RandaSb 4121 Sierra rt 4010 JOIverc 5122 O'Brien c 4000 DCiuzss 5021 Snopekss 4000 Total) 449189Total» 33 5 9 S Detroit 023 002 011—9 Chicago 300 010 010-5 E-Cordero (3). DP— Detroit 1, Chicago 1, LOB— Detroit 12, Chicago 4. 2B— ToClark (9), IGonzalez (12), Belle (15), Ventura (10). HR— JOIIver (3), Durham (5). SB— Roberts (6), Sierra (1). CS— BLHunter (2), Durham (4). SF— Ventura. IP H RER BB SO Detroit JTnpsnW,3-5 7 74420 Brocail 2 21101 Chicago EyreU-5 21-3 8- 5 5 .1 0 CCastillo 32-3 6 2 2 0 3 Baldwin 12-3 3 1 1 0 1 Fordham 0 00010 Simas 11-3 1 1 1 1 0 Fordham pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpires— Home, Young; First, Coble; Second, Ford; Third, Hendry. T— 2:42. A— 13,324 (44,321). ANGELS 10, TWINS 3 MINNESOTA ANAHEIM abrhbl abrhbl TWIker2b 2000 Erstadlf 3222 Hcklng2b 2020 Edmndcf 3120 Gates 3b 5000 Salmon dh 3223 Molitordh 4121 Fielder 1b 4112 Merced 1b 3000 DvHlns3b 4110 MCdva If 3121 GAndsn rf 4120 Lawton cf 3001 Nevin c 3112 Stnbchc 4000 Bghmn2b 4121 Mearesss 4010 DSrcnass 4000 Latham rt 3110 Totall 33383Tolalt 32101310 Minnesota 000 111 000— 3 Anaheim 102 511 OOx— 10 DP— Anaheim 1. LOB— Minnesota 8, Anaheim 2. 2B— MCordova (7), DvHollins (5) 38— Nevin (1). HR— MCordova (2), Erstad (11), Salmon (10), Fielder (7). SB— Baughman (1). CS— Edmonds (2). SF— Erstad, Salmon Nevin. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Tewksbury L.3-7 3 10 6 6 0 1 Carrasco 3 -34410 Naulty 2 00001 Anaheim Ollvares W.2-1 9 83341 Second, McCoy; Third, Johnson. E T— 2:32. A— 34,363 (45,050). National League BRAVES 8, CUBS 2 CHICAGO ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl \ BBiwnd 4110 OGIIenss 4120 Mmdni 2b 4011 Lckrirt 2b 4110 Sosa rt 4121 ChJnes 3b 4111 MaGcelb 4000 Glrrga Ib 3212 HRdrgzlf 4000 Klesko If 4110 Blauserss 3010 Gather p 0000 JHmdz3b 3010 Tuckerrf 4122 Servalsc 3000 EddPrzc 3010 BPIrsn p 0000 AJones cf 2000 Pscotta p 0000 Pride ph 0000 MClarkp 2000 GerWmcl 2113 SMrtnzc 1000 GMddxp 3000 DBIsta II 0000 Totall 32262Tolals 336106 Chicago 100 001 000—2 Atlanta 200 000 33x— 8 DP— Atlanta 1. LOB— Chicago 3. Atlanta 3. 2B— Morandinl (7), Blauser (5), ChJones (10), EddPerez (4). 3B— Tucker (1). HR— Sosa (9), Galarraga (16), GerWilllams (2). S— EddPerez. IP H RER BB SO Chicago MCIarkL,3-6 61-3 6 4 4 0 7 BPatlerson 1 44411 Pisciotta 2-300000 Atlanta GMadduxW,6-2 8 52207 Gather 1 10001 Umpires— Home, Quick; First, Wegner; Second, Kellogg; Third, Danley. T— 2:22. A— 43,576 (50,528). MARLINS 3, PIRATES 1 PITTSBURGH FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Wmack2b 4020 Dnwdyct 4030 AMrtin II 4020 Rnteria ss 3110 Kendall c 3010 Kotsay rt 4011 KYnglb 3011 Zelle3b 4120 Alnswrtd 4010 Floyd II 4010 Chrstnsp 0000 RJcksnlb 2101 JGIIen rt 4000 Zaun c 4011 Strange 3b 4000 Cunsell 2b 3000 Plcvlctiss 4000 LHmdzp 3000 Loalza p 2120 Tabaka p 0000 MSmith ph 1000 MWkns p 0000 TWardcf 0000 Total! 33 1 9 1 Totals 31 3 9 3 Pittsburgh 001 000 000—1 Florida 010 110 OOx— 3 E— Polcovich (5), Renteria (9), DP— Florida 1. LOB— Pittsburgh 7, Rorida 7. 2B-KYoung (10), Floyd (12), Zaun (5). SB-Henteria (14). CS— Renteria (4). SF— KYoung, RJackson. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh LoaizaL,2-3 5 83310 Tabaka 1 00002 MWilkins 1 10011 Christiansen 1 00001 Rorida LHmdzW,3-3 9 91002 HBP— by LHernandez (Kendall). Balk— MWilkins. Umpires-Home, Pulli; First, Williams, C.; Second, Rapuano; Third, Dreckman. T— 2:33. A— 22,057(41,855). METS 3, BREWERS 2 MILWAUKEE NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Vina 2b 4120 McRae cl 3000 Cirillo3b 3110 Gilkeyll 2000 Bumltzrt 3010 Olerudlb 2112 Nilssonlb 4022 Huskeyrt 4011 Wckmn p 0000 Baerga 2b 4000 Jenkins If 3000 Tatum3b 3000 Nwfeldph 1000 ACslilloc 2110 JsVntin ss 4000 ROrdz ss 3110 Mthenyc 4000 RReedp 1000 Owens cf 3000 LLopez ph 1000 Lorettalb 0000 Cookp 0000 Wodallp 2000 JFmcop 0000 Grssom cf 0000 Totals 31 2 6 2 Totals 25 3 4 3 Milwaukee 000 101 000-2 New York 100 020 OOx— 3 DP— Milwaukee 2. LOB— Milwaukee 5, New York 5. 2B— Vina (10), Huskey (7). CS— Vina (5), Grissom (4). S— RReed. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee WoodallL,0-2 7 43323 Wickman 1 00021 New York RReedW,5-2 7 42219 Cook 2-320020 JFrancoS,10 11-30 0 0 0 0 Cook pitched to 4 baiters in the 8th. HBP— by Woodall (Gilkey), by Woodall (Olerud). Umpires— Home, Winters; First, Poncino; Second, Rippley; Third, Darling. T— 2:19. A— 22,307 (55,775). PHILLIES 7, EXPOS 5 10 innings PHILA MONTREAL abrhbl abrhbl Selcikcf 3100 Mrdcal2b 5000 Amaro rt 1000 Grdzln ss 5000 Jtferieslf 6120 VGrerort 5121 Rolen 3b 5134 RWhitecf 2211 Brognalb 5000 Widgerc 4111 Lbrthal c 4110 RPerez II 4132 Abreu rt 3000 Slovall II 0000 Sprdlinp 0000 FllmeMb 3010 KJrdanph 1010 McGlrelb 1000 Gomes p 0000 Andrws 3b 4000 AArias ph 1000 Vzquez p 3000 MLeilrp 0000 MMddxp 0000 MLewis2b 5232 Urbinap 0000 Rlafordss 5130 Lvngslph 1000 Beech p 2000 Tellord p 0000 Glnville cf 3021 Kline p 0000 Totals 447157Totals 37 5 6 S Philadelphia 300 100 001 2—7 Montreal 210 002 000 0—5 E— Grudzielanek (11), RPerez (2). DP— Philadelphia 1, Montreal 2. LOB— Philadelphia 10, Montreal 4. 2B— MLewis 2 (5), Fullmer (16). 3B-Widger (1). HR— Rolen (8), MLewis (3), VGuerrero (8), RWhite (5), RPerez (1). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Beech 5 85522 Spradlin 2 00001 Gomes W.2-1 2 00001 MLelterS,9 1 00002 Montreal Vazquez 7 84416 MMaddux 2-31 0000 Urbina 11-32 1 1 1 0 Tellord L.2-2 1-322201 Kline 2-320001 Beech pitched to 4 batters in the 6th. HBP— by Vazquez (Selcik). WP— Beech. Umpires— Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Hallion. T— 3:03. A— 11,588(46,500). ROCKIES 3, REDS 2 COLORADO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl NPerez ss 5120 Slynes rt 4010 CGdwincI 5010 BLrkinss 4010 LWIker if 5121 LHrris If 4000 Helton 1b 3120 TDnseec 4110 Bchettelf 4012 DYng Ib 4131 Burks If 0000 WGme 3b 3020 Castilla 3b 3 0 0 0< BBoone 2b 2001 Using 2b 4010 Nnnally cl 2000 Mnwmc 3000 EduPrzlb 2000 JmWgt p 3010 Wlhers p 1000 McElryp 0000 Caseyph 1000 VnWalph 1000 Belindap 0000 Lskanlc p 0000 Nieves ph 1000 Dlpolo p 0000 Shaw p 0000 Totall 36 3 10 3 Totals 32262 Colorado 002 100 000-3 Cincinnati 000 000 101—2 E— BLarkin (6), DYoung 2 (4). DP— Col- rado 1. LOB— Colorado 9, Cincinnati . 2B— DYoung 2 (17), WGreene (6). SB— JPerez (2), Castilla (4), BLarkin (12). S— iBoone. SF— BBoone. IP H RER BB SO Colorado mWrigtW,4-4 61-3 6 1 1 1 2 ifcElroy 2-300002 eskanlc 1 00000 Dlpolo S,10 1 21100 Cincinnati Weathers L.2-4 6 10 '3 3 3 5 Belinda 1 00001 Shaw 2 00000 WP— Weathers. Balk— Weathers. Umpires— Home, Gregg; First, Vanover; Second, Hirschbeck, M.; Third, Froemming. T— 2:48. A— 21,410(52,953). PADRES 9, ASTROS 6 SAN DIEGO HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl 3Veras2b 5000 Biggio2b 5234 SFinleycf 5110 DeBellrt 4100 Gwynnrt 4121 Spiers 3b 4110 Rfirvra rt 0100 Phillips Ib 4011 Joyner Ib 4232 Scanlan p 0000 GVghn If 5334 Alou II 4021 GMyrsc 5122 Everetlcl 2010 Gvnola3b 4020 Glerrezss 3000 Gomez ss 3010 Asmus c 4110 MaSwy ph 1000 Brgmn p 1000 Bhmgrp 0 00 0 DWardph 1110 VnRyn p 0000 TMiller p 0000 Miceli p 0000 DHenry p 0000 EWIms ph 1010 DCIark ph 1000 Hflman p 0000 Ntkwsk p 0000 PSmilh p 2000 Berry 3b 1000 Wall p 1010 Sheets ss 2000 Totals 42 9 16 9Totals 34 6 10 6 San Diego 101 002 203-9 Houston 211 002 000—6 DP— Houston 1. LOB— San Diego 9, Houston 12. 2B— Gwynn (B), Joyner (12), GVaughn (8), Alou (13), Everett (9). HR— Gwynn (7), GVaughn 2 (15), GMyers (2), Biggio 2 (7). SB-DeBell (8), Spiers (3), Ausmus (4). S— Everett, Bergman. SF — Alou. IP H RER BB SO San Diego PSmth 3 54423 Wall 332224 Boehringer 1 2-3 2 0 0 1 1 VanRyn 0 00010 MiceiW,4-1 1-300000 Hoffman S,14 1 00000 Houston Bergman 6 94421 TMiller 2-332210 DHenry 1-300000 Nitkowski L.1-2 1 22201 Scanlan 1 21100 Umpires — Home, Marsh; First, Bonin; Second, Hohn; Third, Hernandez. T— 3:12. A— 28,550 (54,370). CARDINALS 4, GIANTS 3 12 innings SAN FRAN ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl DHmtn cf 6020 Gant If 6011 Nen p 0000 RLnkfd cl 5221 Auriliass 4000 McGwMb 3112 SReed p 0000 BJrdan rl 5000 Jhnstne p 0000 CKing p 0000 ADiazph 1000 MabrySb 5020 Tvarez p 0000 Pgnoai c 4000 Benard rt 0000 Painter p 0000 Bonds II 4110 Frsctrep 0000 Kent2b 5120 McGeerf 1000 Hayes 3b 2010 Clayton ss 5000 Mueller 3b 2122 DHwrd2b 5120 Javierrf 5001 Mrckerp 3000 Snowlb 5000 Brnlleyp 0000 BJhnsn c 3000 Acvedo p 0000 Grdner p 2000 Lmpkin c 2020 RSnchz ss 3010 Totals 42393Totals .444104 Sen Francisco 010 000 002 000—3 St. Louis 000 002 010 001 — 4 One out when winning run scored. DP— St. Louis 1. LOB— San Francisco 7, SI. Louis 8. 2B— Bonds (18). HR— Mueller (4), RLankford (6), McGwire (21). CS— Kent (1), BJohnson (1). IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Gardner .7 42215 SReed 1 11102 Johnstone 1 00000 TavarezL,2-3 21-3 4 1 1 1 1 Nen 010000 St. Louis Mercker 6 52231 Brantley 1 11101 Acevedo 1-320000 Painter 1-30001 1 Frascatore 11-31 0 00 0 CKing W.1-0 1 00001 Nen pitched to 1 batter in Ihe 12th, Mercker pitched to 1 batter in the 9lh. Umpires— Home, Reliford; First, Schrieber; Second, Montague; Third, DeMuth. T— 3:37. A-47,549 (49,676). DODGERS 5, DIAMONDBACKS 0 LOS ANGELS ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Hlndsw If 5220 AFox 2b 4020 Vzcainoss 4221 JBellss 4000 Shlfield rl 5013 DWhite cf 4010 Bonilla3b 4021 Tlee Ib 4030 Mndesi cf 3010 MWIms 3b 4000 Karros Ib 4000 Dllucci If 3000 CJhnsn c 4000 Stinnett c 3000 Castro 2b 3010 Bredert 3000 Drilort p 4110 AnBnes p 2000 Brow p 0000 TBIsIa ph 1000 FRdrgz p 0000 Totals 36 S 10 5 Totals 32060 Los Angeles 130 000 100-5 Arizona 000 000 000-0 DP— Los Angeles 1. LOB— Los Angeles 7, Arizona 5. 2B— Sheffield (12), Mondesi (11), AFox (3), TLee (7). HR— Vizcaino (2). S-Vizcaino. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles DreifrtW,2-4 9 60006 Arizona AnBensL.3-4 7 10 5 5 1 2 Brw 100010 FRodriguez 1 00000 Umpires— Home, Wendelstedt; First, Layne; Second, Rieken Third, Holbrook. T— 2:06. A-49,645 (48,500). Late Thursday AMERICAN LEAGUE ANGELS 12, ATHLETICS 2 OAKLAND ANAHEIM abrhbi abrhbl Hndrsn If 4010 Erstad II 5230 McDnld cl 3000 Edmnd cl 5345 Grieve rt 4122 Salmon dh 3011 Stairs dh 4010 NMrtin dh 1100 Giambi 1b 3 0 O'O Fielder Ib 3011 Blwers3b 4000 -DvHInsSb 4111 Spiezio 2b 4010 GAndsn rt 3112 KAbbot ss 4010 Wlbeck c 3100 Mclrtne c 3120 Bghmn 2b 4120 DSrcna ss 4212 Totals 33 2 8 2Tolals 35121412 Oakland 100 010 000 — 2 Anaheim 200 001 81x-12 E— KAbbott (10). DP— Oakland >2. LOB— Oakland 7, Anaheim 3. 2B— Erslad (15), Edmonds (13), DiSarcina (9). 3B— DvHollins (2). HR— Grieve (6), Edmonds 2 (9), GAnderson (3). SB— Stairs (3), DvHollins (6). S-McDon- aid, Macfarlane. SF— Fielder, GAnderson. IP H RER BB SO Oakland Stein L.1-2 6 97724 Groom 0 22200 TJMalhews 1 22200 Telgheder 1 11001 Anaheim McDowell 5 62213 DicksonW,3-4 4 20002 Slein pitched lo 4 batters in Ihe 7th, Groom pitched to 2 batters in Ihe 7lh. Umpires— Home, Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T— 2:39. A— 20,075 (45,050). Piazza's new address: Mets Decimated Marlins get three minor league players for star catcher By RONALD BLUM Tlie Associated Press NEW YORK — Mike Piazza has another new home — and this one should last for more than a week. The Florida Marlins traded Piazza to the New York Mets on Friday, just seven days after getting the All-Star catcher from his longtime team, the Los Angeles Dodgers. "I have gone from a player who thought he would spend his whole career with one organization to a player who's been with three organizations in a week," Piazza said in Miami. "I just want get in one place for more than a week and settle down," Piazza said. "I'll be with three teams in a week. Isn't that bizarre? It's like rotisserie baseball." The World Series champion Marlins, continuing to pare their payroll, get outfielder Preston Wilson, who made his major league debut May 7, and highly rated pitching prospect Ed Yarnall. Florida also got a player to be named, which will be pitcher Geoff Goetz, a Marlins source said on the condition of anonymity. The Mets, lagging far behind the Yankees in both marquee players and attendance, managed to upstage their crosstown rivals for at least one day. "Certainly, we are ecstatic," Mets general manager Steve Phillips said. "He will instantly give credibility to the lineup and he will instantly give credibility to Mets fans that the organization is committed to making the playoffs and advancing toward the World Series." Piazza, 29, is eligible for free T SEMI-PRO BASEBALL Frey, Wasinger lead Blaze to 5-1 win The Associated Press Mike Piazza didn't stay in a Florida Marlins uniform long. The Ail- Star catcher was traded Friday to the New York Mets. By The Journal Staff The Salina Blaze won their season opener, SEMIPRO thanks to the con- wichita 1 tributions of two -rrz: I players from Fort Hays State. Vonley Frey pitched seven strong innings and outfielder Ryan Wasinger drove in four runs as the Blaze downed the Wi- chita Twins 5-1 Friday in the opening game of the Blaze's annual Memorial Day Tournament at Evans Stadium. Frey struck out nine batters in six innings. He gave up three hits, two walks and one earned run. Cade Sanchez picked up the save. Wasinger went 2-for-3 and drove in four runs, three on a bases-loaded double in the fourth agency after this season. He has a .331 career average with 177 homers and 568 RBIs, and is batting .281 this year with nine homers and 35 RBIs. It was not immediately clear if the Mets were interested in signing Piazza to a long-term deal or would allow him to leave when his $15 million, two-year contract expires at the end of the season. "The contract is not something we're going to get concerned with right now," Phillips said. Said Piazza: "Who knows? I'm not really in a position to speculate on my future after this season." "I'm very excited to be with the Mets and playing in New York .City," he said. "I'm enthusiastic about helping the Mets get into the playoffs any way I can." Piazza said he planned to join the Mets at Shea Stadium today for their game against Milwaukee. "This town is ready and waiting for Mike," Mets co-owner Fred Wilpon said. "They love him already and they'll love him even more." "Mike Piazza is the kind of player, like Willie Mays, like Mickey Mantle, the kind of player that will take to this town. He's a New York kind of guy," he said. Earlier this week, Phillips said Piazza was not a good fit for the Mets, out of the playoffs since 1988. But Phillips changed his mind, he said, when he found out 3-4 other big trades the Mets had in the works would not be affected by a deal for Piazza. Phillips, who had told injured catcher Todd Hundley the Mets were not interested in Piazza, called him this week to say a deal might occur. "I don't have any problems with this," said Hundley, a backup to Piazza on the last two NL All-Star teams. Royals stumble to another loss KG ties game in ninth only for Texas to rally on Gonzalez's blast By The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas — Juan Gonzalez hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning Friday night to give the Texas Rangers a 13-10 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Gonzalez had five RBIs, raising his major league-lead- 1° ing total 59. His 12th homer off Jeff Pinch-hitter Mack's grand slam in the seventh inning put the Royals ahead 8-7. Mack has four homers this season and five career slams. Kansas City led 4-2 in the fifth on Dean Palmer's RBI double before the Rangers scored five runs in the fifth off rookie starter Jamie Walker. .. Rangers 13 Montgomery (0-2) bailed out John Wetteland (2-0), who had his first blown save in 26 tries dating to last season. Wetteland gave up consecutive homers to Jeff Conine and Jermaine Dye in the top of the ninth when the Royals tied it 10-all. The Rangers played the game under protest after Royals leadoff hitter Johnny Damon was credited with a walk by home plate umpire Ed Hickox, although the stadium Scoreboard showed the count as 2-2. Shane Mack hit a grand slam for Kansas City, which has lost seven straight. Montgomery walked Mark McLemore and Rusty Greer to open ninth before Gonzalez hit Montgomery's first pitch to straightaway center. In the seventh inning, Gonzalez was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to drive in a run and broke up a double play to allow the Rangers to take a 9-8 lead. Ivan Rodriguez followed with an infield RBI single to put Texas up by three. The Saline Co. Banks Will Be Closed Monday, May 25 in Observance Of Metttouoi Bank of Tescott, Salina Branch Bennington State Bank, Salina Central National Bank Salina & Gypsum First Bank Kansas Salina & Assaria NationsBank, Salina Solomon State Bank Sunflower Bank UMB-Bank, Salina inning. He hit a solo homer in the sixth inning. Rocko Talley also had two hits and Mike Jackson three for Salina. "Vonley pitched an excellent game," Salina coach Warren Olson said. "The team played well together defensively." The Blaze play Columbia, Mo., at 7 p.m., tonight. Chad Holmes will be the starting pitcher for Salina. Summer afternoon - summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. - Henry James, quoted in Edith Wharton's A Backward Glance Do you have fond memories of a summer past? We are looking for summer memories to publish in our Senior Lifestyles Edition. If you would like to share a summer memory, please send it to the Salina Journal, attention Laura Robertson, PO Box 740, Salina, KS 67401 or e-mail your memory to sjlrobertson@saljournal.com If your memory is selected it will be published in Senior Lifestyles on June 21,1998. Please have your memories submitted by May 26, 1998. Please enclose your name and address and note whether you want your summer memory returned.

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