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THE SALINA JOURNAL BASEBALL SUNDAY, MAY 24. 1998 P5 T BY THE NUMBERS Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division . W L Pel. GB New York 32 10 .762 — Boston 29 17 .630 5 Toronto 24 24 .500 11 Tampa Bay 21 25 .457 13 Baltimore 20 27 .426 14'/j Central Division W L Pet. GB Cleveland 27 20 .574 — Chicago 19 26 .422 7 Minnesota 19 27 .413 7V6 Detroit 18 26 .409 7 </, Kansas City 16 31 .340 11 West Division W L Pel. GB Texas 31 16 .660 — Anaheim 25 21 .543 5V4 Seattle 21 26 .447 10 Oakland 20 26 .435 10 'A " Friday's Games Cleveland 9, Toronto 7 Boston 5, N.Y. Yankees 4 Detroit 9, Chicago While Sox 5 Texas 13, Kansas City 10 Anaheim 10, Minnesota 3 Tampa Bay 5, Seattle 2 Oakland 9, Baltimore 5 Saturday's Games Toronto 7, Cleveland 2 N.Y. Yankees 12, BoslonS Chicago White Sox 7, Detroit 1 Texas 7, Kansas City 3 Tampa Bay at Seattle (n) Baltimore al Oakland (n) Minnesota at Anaheim (n) Sunday's Games Toronto (Williams 4-2) at Cleveland (Gooden 0-0), 12:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Cone 5-1) at Boston (Saber- hagen 5-2), 12:05 p.m. Detroit (Sager 1-1) at Chicago White Sox (Bere 2-4), 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (Rapp 3-4) at Texas (Helling 7- i), 2:05 p.m. Baltimore (Johns 0-1) at Oakland (Rogers 6. 2), 3:05 p.m. Minnesota (Radke 5-3) al Anaheim (Finley 41 ),7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Springer 1-7) at Seattle (R.John- son 3-3), 8:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 35 14 .714 — ., Naw York 25 20 .556 8 ,'Philadelphia 22 24 .478 11'A .^Montreal 17 30 .362 17 '. -Florida 16 33 .327 19 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 30 18 .625 — Chicago 28 20 .583 2 St. Louis 25 22 .532 4'A Milwaukee 23 24 .489 6 <A Pittsburgh 24 26 .460 7 Cincinnati 23 26 .469 7'A ,; West Division W L Pet. GB ' San Diego 31 18 .633 — • San.Francisco 27 22 .551 4 -LosAngeles 23 24 .489 7 •'"• Colorado 20 29 .408 11 Arizona 14 33 .298 16 Friday's Games Philadelphia 7, Montreal 5.10 innings Florida 3, Pittsburgh 1 Colorado 3, Cincinnati 2 N.Y. Mets 3, Milwaukee 2 Atlanta 8, Chicago Cubs 2 San Diego 9, Houston 6 St. Louis 4, San Francisco 3,12 innings Los Angeles 5, Arizona 0 ! Saturday's Games Cincinnati 4, Colorado 1,6'A innings, rain N.Y. Mets 3, Milwaukee 0 Pittsburgh 10, Florida 4 Montreal 3, Philadelphia 2 Houston 4, San Diego 3 Chicago Cubs 10, Atlanta 6,11 innings St. Louis 11, San Francisco 10 Los Angeles at Arizona (n) Sunday's Games Pittsburgh (Silva 5-3) at Florida (Sanchez 31), 12:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 5-1) at Atlanta (Glavine 6-2), 122:10 p.m. Colorado (Jones 0-0) at Cincinnati (Tomko 52), 12:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Green 3-3) at Montreal (Perez 3-3), 12:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Eldred 0-3) at N.Y. Mets (Jones 3-3), 12:40 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 3-5) at St. Louis (Petkovsek2-1), 1:1 Op.m. Los Angeles (Park 4-2) at Arizona (Blair 1-7), 6:35 p.m. San Diego (Hamilton 3-4) al Houston (Schourek 1-2), 7:05 p.m. American League T KANSAS CITY ROYALS Garces 3 43234 Avery 1 11110 WP—Lowe, Avery. PB—Varitek. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Garcia; Second, Reilly; Third, McClelland. T—3;16. A—33,120 (33,925). BLUE JAYS 7, INDIANS 2 TORONTO CLEVELAND abrhbl 5011 5010 3220 0000 5110 4333 3000 1000 4011 4111 3011 37711 7 Totals Lofton ct Vizquel ss Justice dh Thome1b MRmrzrt Giles II Frymn 3b Brders c DaBell 2b abrhbl 4000 3000 4000 4111 3000 3000 3110 2000 3011 AGnzIz ss SGreen rl Cnseco II Stewart cl CDIgdo 1b Stanley dh TFmdz 2b Grbeck2b Sprgue 3b Pitcher c JoCruz cl Totals 37 711 7 Totals 29232 Toronto 010 222 000—7 Cleveland 010 010 000—2 E—Canseco (1). Borders (3), DaBell (4). DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Toronto 11, Cleveland 3. 28—CDelgado (10), Stanley (7), Fryman (9). HR—Stanley 2 (8), Thome (10). SB- Stewart (14), JoCruz (2). CS—SGreen (4), Vizquel (6). IP H RER BB SO Toronto Clemens W.5-5 8 32239 Colorado AstacioL,4-6 6 74311 DeJean 1-320000 Cincinnati WnchstW.3-2 7 41112 DeJean pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Winchester (Asteclo), by Astacio (Winchester). WP—Winchester. Umpires—Home, Vanover: First, Hirschbeck, M.; Second, Froemming; Third, Gregg. T—1:41. A—20,034(52,953). Plesac 2-300001 Quantrill 1-30 0 0 0 0 Cleveland Colon L.3-3 6 10 7 7 3 8 Villone 2 10032 Morman 1 00010 HBP—by Colon (Fletcher). WP—Clemens. PB—Borders. Umpires—Home, Reed; First, O'Nora; Second, Tschida; Third, Denkinger. T—3:06. A-43,306 (43,863). WHITE SOX 7, TIGERS 1 DETROIT CHICAGO abrhbl 4000 4000 4000 4000 3010 1110 3010 2001 3010 METS 3, BREWERS 0 MILWAUKEE NEW YORK abrhbl 4000 4000 4010 4000 • 3010 2020 3000 3000 2000 Aleiterp 1000 0000 30 0 4 0 Totals McRae cl MFrcoSb Piazza c Olerud 1b Baerga 2b Huskey rl Gilkey II abrhbl 4010 4100 4011 3120 4120 4011 4021 3000 3020 Vina 2b Loretta 1b Cirillo 3b Bumitz rl Grssom ct Nwfield II JsVnlin ss Hughes c Juden p Mlheny ph DJonas p Totals 30 040 Totals 33311 3 Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 New York 000 111 OOx—3 E—Newtield (1). DP—Milwaukee 1, New York 1. LOB—Milwaukee 4, New York 7.2B— Piazza (6). Olerud (B), Huskey (8), Gilkey (6). SB—McRae (10), Huskey (4). CS—Huskey (2). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee JudanL,5-3 7 10 3 3 1 5 DJones 1 10001 New York ALeiterW,4-3 9 40017 Umpires—Home, Poncino; First, Rippley; Second, Darling; Third, Winters. PHILA EXPOS 3, PHILLIES 2 MONTREAL BLHntr cl Roberts dh Hggnsn rl ToCIrk 1b Easley 2b LGnzlzlt Randa 3b JOIver c DCruz ss Drham 2b Cmeron cl FThmsdh Belle II Vntura 3b Sierra rl MOrdzrf Norton 1b Kreuter c Caruso ss 28 1 4 1 Totals abrhbl 5121 5111 4021. 3110 5010 4111 0000 2100 3120 4122 Totals 28 1 4 1 Totals 35 712 6 Detroit 000 010 000—1 Chicago 010 100 05x—7 E—ToClark (4). DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Detroit 3. Chicago 10. 28—LGonzalez (13), Cameron (2), FThomas 2 (14), Belle (16). 3B— Caruso (3). SB—Sierra (2). CS—Randa (3). S—Kreuter. SF—JOIiver. IP H RER BB SO Detroit MoehlerL.4-4 71-3 8 4 4 3 3 Florie 1-34331 0 Bochtler 1-30 0 0 0 0 Chicago SirotkaW,6-4 9 41126 HBP—by Moehler (FThomas). WP— Bochller. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, Ford; Second, Hendry; Third, Young. T—2:35. A—18,986 (44,321). Glnville cl Jfleries II Rolen 3b Brogna 1b Lbrlhal c Abreu rl MUwis2b Rlaford ss Schllng p abrhbl 4100 4010 4000 4011 3111 3000 3000 3000 3000 ORIOLES 9, ATHLETICS 1 BALTIMORE OAKLAND abrhbl 4111 5324 6012 5021 4100 4110 1000 3111 4110 4120 ByAdsn cf Hmnds rl Baines dh RPImr 1b RAImr2b CRpken 3b Rboulet 3b Sumoltll Wbster c Bordick ss Hndrsn II Bllhom ss KAbbotss Grieve rl Stairs dh Giambi 1b Blwers3b Spiezio 2b McDnld cf Voigt cl Mclrlne c 39 911 9 Totals RANGERS 7, ROYALS 3 KANSAS CITY TEXAS abrhbi 4230 3111 4020 3011 4000 4010 4000 3000 1000 3000 Damon cl Ollrmn 2b HMrris dh Palmer 3b JKing 1b Conine II Dyerl Fasano c Button ph Halter ss Totals Kansas City Texas abrhbi 5021 4110 2100 3010 4111 2000 1110 3221 3122 4001 33 3 8 2 Totals 31 710 6 100 002 000—3 001 201 03x—7 TGdwin cf McLmr 2b Greerlf JuGnlz rl IRdrgz dh Simms 1b Stevens 1b Elslar ss Hslman c FTatis 3b abrhbl 2000 1000 4010 4010 4000 3000 3000 3110 0000 3011 3000 Totals 39 911 9 Totals 30 1 4 1 Baltimore 100 602 000—9 Oakland 000 000 010—1 E—ByAnderson (2). DP—Baltimore 1: LOB—Baltimore 6, Oakland 3. 28—ByAnder- son (3), Baines (8), RPalmeiro 2 (12), Bordick (8), Voigt (3). HR—Hammonds (5). SB—Hammonds (7). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore DrabekW,4-5 9 41109 Oakland Haynes 1,3-2 31-3 7 7 7 3 2 Telgheder '42-3 3 2 0 0 1 TJMathews 1 10001 HBP—by -Drabek (Bellhorn). PB—Maclar- lane. Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Cederstrom. T—2:32. A—26,419 (45,177). ab r h bi 3100 4000 4100 4021 4000 3000 4121 3000 2011 0000 1000 0000 Totals 31 2 3 2 Totals 32 3 5 3 Philadelphia 100 000 100-2 Montreal 110 000 001—3 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Abreu (3), Fullmer (5). LOB—Philadelphia 3, Montreal 5. 2B—Fullmer (17), Widger (9). HR-Lieberthal (5). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Schilling L.5-5 6 2-3 Montreal Pavano 7 MMaddux 1 Urbina W.3-1 1 Vidro 2b Grdzln ss VGrero rl Fllmer 1b RWhlte cl McGire II Widger c Andrws 3b Pavano p MMddx p Lvngsl ph Urbina p 31 2 3 2 Totals GVghnll 4000 BWgnrp 0000 Cminiti 3b 4120 Alou II 4110 EWImsIb 3000 Hidalgo cf 4020 Joyner Ib 1000 Glerrezss 3011 CHmdz c 3100 Scanlan p 0000 RRivrad 4011 TMillerp 0000 Sheets ss 2110 Bogar ss 0000 Lngstnp 2000 Phillips Ib 3010 CReyes p 0000 Asmus c 2000 MaSwy ph 1 0 0 p Hmptn p 2110 Miceli p 0000 Spiers ss 1000 Totals 32 3 4 1 Totals 29 4 8 4 San Diego 010 200 000—3 Houston '001 100 02x—4 E—Bigglo (7), Berry (2), Phillips 2 (2). DP— San Diego 2. LOB—San Diego 10, Houston 4. 2B-Caminiti (4), Hampton (1). HR—Berry (5). S—CReyes. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Langslon 32-3 7 2 2 1 4 CReyes 31-3 0 0 0 0 3 Miceli L.4-2 1 12210 Houston Hampton 6 43145 Scanlan 12-3 0 0 0 1 1 TMillerW,2-0 1-300001 BWagnerS,12 1 00011 HBP—by Scanlan (CHernandez), by CReyes (Biggio). CARDINALS 11, GIANTS 10 SAN FRAN ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl DHmtnd 5110 Gantll 6110 Mueller3b 4100 DeShds2b 3210 Bonds II 3100 McGwrlb 4434 Kent 2b 5222 RLnkld cf 3213 Javier rl 2200 BJrdan rf 5142 Snowlb 3224 Mabry3b 3021 Aurilia ss 4122 Clayton ss 4011 SReed p 0000 Lmpkln c 4000 Mayne c 3011 Aybar p 2000 Darwin p 1000 Btlnfld p 0000 RHdrgz p 1010 BRHntr ph 1110 Crjnes ph 1000 Painter p 1010 Jhnstne p 0000 CKihg p 1000 Poole p 0000 RSnchzss 1000' Totals 3310 9 9 Totals 37111511 San Francisco 300 140 200—10 St. Louis 430 130 OOx—11 E—Mabry (3). DP—St. Louis 2. LOB—San Francisco 4, St. Louis 11. 2B—Aurilia (10), BJordan 2 (13). 3B—Kent (3). HR—Snow (2), McGwire 2 (23), RLankford (7). S—DeShields. SF—Snow, Clayton. IP San Francisco Darwin 11-3 RRodriguez 2 2-3 Johnstons L.1-2 2-3 Texas pounds hapless KG as Sele wins eighth Reserve catcher leads Rangers to 7-3 victory; Royals lose 8th in a row By The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas — Aaron Sele become baseball's first eight- game winner Saturday night and the Texas won 10th Rangers their straight at home, 7-3 over the Kansas City Royals. Bill Haselman doubled home the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and homered for the Rangers, who have won six in a row overall. Johnny Damon went 3-for-4 for the Royals, who have lost a season-high eight straight. Sele (8-2) allowed eight hits, T NOTEBOOK struck out nine and didn't walk a batter in winning his third straight start. It was his third complete game this season. The right-hander tied a major league record with four chances in the first inning. Sele handled the ball in each of the first three at-bats, then got a glove on a groundout to second to end the first. He matched the record set by Phil Regan of the Chicago Cubs on June 6,1969. Haselman, getting his seventh start of the season behind the plate while No. 1 catcher Ivan Rodriguez served as the DH, hit his first homer of the season in the third. With the game tied 3-3, Kevin Elster doubled with two outs in the sixth and scored on Haselman's double down the left-field line. The Rangers added three runs in the eighth on Rodriguez's homer, Fernando Tatis' run-scoring groundout and an RBI single by Tom Goodwin. ' The Royals got an unearned run in the first with the help of l^vo Rangers errors. Texas tied it in the third on Haselman's homer, and the Rangers made it 3-1 in the fourth against Glendon Rusch (3-7). .. The Rangers loaded the bases on a single by Mark McLempre., a walk to Rusty Greer, and Juan Gonzalez's single. McLemore scored when Rodriguez grounded into a double play, then Elsjter drove in Greer with a single. Kansas City scored twice in,the sixth to tie it 3-3. Damon tripled and scored on Offerman's single. Hal Morris and Dean Palmer'fol- lowed with singles, and Offernjan scored when Jeff King grounded into a double play. ; ,, H RER BB SO 5 3 2 11 HBP—by Pavano (Lieberthal). Umpires—Home, Davidson; First, Gorman; Second, Hallion; Third, Crawford. Poole SReed St. Louis Aybar Bottenfield Painter W, 1-0 CKing S,1 11-3 2 42-3 1-3 2 2 Benitez apologizes to Martinez, O's WP—Darwin, Poole. Umpires—Home, Schrieber; First, Montague; Second, DeMuth; Third, Reliford. PIRATES 10, MARLINS 4 PITTSBURGH FLORIDA abrhbl 4321 4111 3133 3100 4113 4021 1000 4000 3100 2110 1110 Dnwdy cf Rnleria ss Kotsay rl ZeileSb Floyd II HJcksn 1b DLee Ib Zaunc Cunsell 2b Berg ph Fntenot p Hnrqez p Cnglosl ph Dmpstr p Mantei p Wehner ph Totals 331011 9 Totals Pittsburgh Florida Wmack2b AMtlin If Kendall c KYng 1b TWard cl JGIIen d Rincon p Strange 3b Plcvich ss LJeber p Alnswrt cl abrhbi 4010 4110 4100 3000 4122 3011 1000 4000 2110 1000 1000 1000 1000 0000 0000 1000 34 4 6 3 104 200 003—10 310 000 000— 4 DODGERS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 1 LOS ANGELS ARIZONA abrhbl 5132 5031 4000 5221 5133 4010 4100 4220 3000 Hlndsw If Vzcaino ss Shlfield rf Bonilla 3b Mndesi cl Karros 1b CJhnsn c Castro 2b HMrtnz p AFox2b JBell ss DWhite cl TLeelb MWIms 3b Dllucci II Stinnett c Bredert BnAdsn p Browp Corey p Miller ph Totals E—Womack (B), Polcovich (6), RJackson (3). DP—Florida 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 5, Florida 5. 2B—Womack (6), AMartin (6), Kendall (10), JGuillen (13), Floyd 2 (14), RJackson (2), Counsell (10). 3B-JGuillen (2). SB—Kendall (6). CS—Renteria (5). S— Lieber. SF—TWard. DEVIL RAYS 6, MARINERS 3 TAMPA BAY SEATTLE abrhbl 4220 4000 4013 5012 5010 4010 0100 2000 0000 0000 4110 2211 E—Simms (1), Sele (1). DP—Kansas City 3, Texas 1. LOB—Kansas City 5, Texas 7.2B— Damon (10), Conine (5), Stevens (6), Elster (6), Hasalman (3). SB-Damon (3). HR—IRo- driguez (10), Haselman (1). S—Ollerman. SF—Palmer. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City Rusch L.3-7 7 74442 Pichardo 1 33320 Texas SeleW,8-2 9 83209 HBP—by Rusch (JuGonzalez). Umpires—Home, Barnett; First, Kosc; Second, Kaiser; Third, Hickox. T—2:11. A^16,372 (49,166). YANKEES 12, RED SOX 3 NEW YORK BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bi Knblch 2b 5124 DLewis cl 4000 Sojo2b 1000 Bragg rl 4010 Jeterss 6220 MVghn 1b 4111 O'Neill rf 6100 Leyritz dh 2000 BWIIms cf 5220 Johns ph 0000 Strwbrdh 5132 O'Lrylf 4110 Bush dh 0000 JnVntin 3b 4122 Posada c. 3101 Bnjmin ss 4010 Curtis II 4231 Varilekc 4000 Brosius 3b 4133 Merloni 2b 3000 Sveum Ib 5100 Totals 44121511 Totals 33363 New York 052 102 101-12 Boston 000 300 000— 3 E—Benjamin (2), Merloni 2 (4). LOB—New York 12, Boston 5. 2B—Jeter (8), BWilliams (12), Strawberry 2 (6), Brosius (12), JnValentin (11). HR—Knoblauch (3), MVaughn (13), Jn- Valentin (6). SB r Strawberry (5), Brosius (3), Bragg (2). DaMrtz rf McCkn cl Boggs 3b McGrll 1b MKellylf Srrenlo dh Winn dh Flherly c Ldsma pr DiFlce c Stocker ss Cairo 2b Totals Tampa Bay Seattle 34 6 8 6 Totals abrhbl 5120 5010 5000 5021 3010 4000 1000 3000 3120 3112 0000 0000 373 9 3 000 000 024—6 120 000 000—3 Amaral 2b ARdrgz ss GrtyJrcf Segui Ib EMrtnzdh GHill II Ducey If RDavis 3b DWilsn c McCrtyrf Cora ph Huson 2b IP H RER BB SO New York DWells W.6-1 Lloyd Nelson Boston Lowe L.0-3 .. Wasdin IP , 7 1 1 11-3 32-3 H RER BB SO E—McGriff (2). LOB—Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 12. 2B—DaMartinez (7), MKelly (7), Stocker (5), Amaral (5), Segui (15). HR—McCarty (1). SB—Winn (2). S—Cairo. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay Saunders 7 73347 YanW,4-0 1 1 0, 0 1 3 RHernandez S,9 1 10002 Seattle Cloude 7 3 0 .0 2 11 Spoljaric 0 02220 Fossas 2-300010 BWells 1-300000 AyalaLO-4 1 54410 Spoljaric pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. WP—Ayala. Umpires—Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Second, Merrill; Third, Scott. T—3:02. A—35,819 (59,084). National League REDS 4, ROCKIES 1 6'/2 Innings, rain COLORADO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl NPerez ss 3010 Stynes II 3120 Burkscl 3000 EduPrzlb 1010 LWIkerrl 3110 DYnglb 3111 Helton Ib 3021 BLrkinss 2000 Bchette II 3000 Tbnsee c 3010 Caslilla 3b 3000 Nieves rf 3000 Lnsing 2b 3000 WGrne 3b 3111 JReed c 2000 BBoone 2b 3010 Astacio p 1000 Nnnally cl 3111 Batesph 1000 Wnchstp 1000 DeJean p 0000 LHrris ph 1010 Totals 25 1 4 1 Totals 26 4 9 3 Colorado 100 000 0—1 Cincinnati 120 010 0—4 E—Lansing (7), BLarkin (7). DP—Colorado 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Colorado 5, Cincinnati 5. 2B—Stynes (3), BBoone (16), LHarris (6). HH—DYoung (5). WGreene (8), Nunnally (5). SB—LWalker (6). IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Lieber W.2-6 7 54425 Rincon S,3 2 10003 , Florida FontenotL,0- 32-3 7 7 7 3 1 Henriquez 31-31 0 0 0 4 Dempster 1 23311 Mantei 1 10000 Dempster pitched to 3 batters in the 9th. HBP—by Mantei (KYoung), by Fontenot (Kendall). PB—Zaun. Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Rapuano; Second, Dreckman; Third, Pulli. CUBS 10, BRAVES 6 11 innings CHICAGO ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl BBrwncI 7111 OGIIenss 4011 Mmdni2b 3010 Lckhrt2b 5000 TAdms p 0000 ChJnes 3b 5241 Stnstrap 0000 Glrrga Ib 5231 Hrdtkeph 1010 Klesko II 5111 JHmdzSb 2100 Lgtnbrp 0000 Sosa rl 6230 Edmnd p 1000 MaGcelb 5123 JLopezc 6020 HRdrgzlf 4100 Tucker rl 4010 Mieskell 0000 AJonescf 6122 Orie3b 4110 Smote p 1000 Beck p 0000 Rocker p 0000 Huston ph 1101 DeMrtz p 1000 Pscotta p 0000 Pride ph 0000 Alxndrss 6133 Embrep 0000 SMrtnzc 6010 GerWmph 1000 Woodp 2011 Gather p 0000 Mlhllnd p 0000 DBIsta II 2000 Blauserss 0100 Totals 471014 9 Totals 466146 Chicago 110 000 013 04—10 Atlanta 200 001 300 00— 6 E—Galarraga (5). DP—Chicago 1. LOB— Chicago 13, Atlanta 15. 2B—BBrown (8), Ma- Grace 2 (12), Orie (9). HR—Alexander (2), ChJones (14), Galarraga (17). SB—Alexander (4). S—Wood. abrhbi 4010 4000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3111 2000 0000 0000 1000 Totals 39 714 7' Totals 29 1 2 1 Los Angeles 002 002 012—7 Arizona 000 000 001—1 E—MWilliams (3). DP—Arizona 1. LOB— Los Angeles 7, Arizona 1. 2B—Hollandsworth (5), Vizcaino (5). 3B—Bonilla (1). HR—Monde- si (10), Brede (2). CS—Hollandsworth (2). S— RMartinez. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles RMartinez W.6-2 9 21106 Arizona BnAdsn L,1-6 62-3 9 4 3 0 3 Brow 11-32 1 1 0 0 Corey 1 32201 HBP—by Corey (Sheffield). Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Rieker; Second, Holbrook; Third, Wendelstedt. Late Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE DEVIL RAYS S, MARINERS 2 TAMPA BAY SEATTLE abrhbl 5010 4020 5010 5130 4130 4010 0100 3112 3001 3122 36 5 14 5 Totals By The Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif.— Armando Benitez apologized to his Baltimore teammates and sent an apology to New York first baseman Tino Martinez, the player Benitez hit with a pitch earlier this week that triggered an ugly brawl between the Orioles and Yankees. The American BENITEZ League suspended Benitez for eight games for throwing at Martinez, and suspended four others for their involvement in Tuesday's benches- clearing fight. Benitez continues to insist Martinez was hit accidentally. Benitez addressed his teammates in the clubhouse prior to Friday night's game at Oakland, telling them he felt he had disappointed them and he was sorry. "I feel like it's all my fault," Benitez told reporters. "I appreciate all the guys talking to me, saying, 'It's not your fault. There's nothing you can do about it. You've got to forget this and help the team.'" A's outfielders collide OAKLAND, Calif. — Athletics center fielder Jason McDonald suffered a concussion Saturday night in a frightening collision with teammate Rickey Henderson. McDonald and Henderson, who was in left field, were running toward each other to field a sinking liner by Baltimore's Harold Baines in the third inning. As Henderson made a running catch, McDonald launched himself into the air and was in an all-out stretch when his head hit squarely on Henderson's left knee. Medical personnel immobilized McDonald's head and neck, put him on a gurney and then placed him in an ambulance that had been driven onto the field. The game was stopped for nearly 20 minutes while McDonald was tended to. A preliminary report from the team described the injury as a concussion. Team officials said McDonald was knocked out by the collision but had regained consciousness. He was transported to Highland Hospital for observation. 1 r McGuire hits 22nd, 23rd ST. LOUIS — Mark McGwire'hit his major league-leading 22nd and 23rd home runs Saturday night in the St. Louis Cardinals' game against the San Francisco Giants. McGwire has seven homers;, in his last five games and 12 : ttris month. -It was his third multi- homer game this season and the 46th of his career. McGwire hit a solo homer in the fourth inning off Rich Rodriguez. In the fifth, he connected for a three-run shot off John Johnstohe. 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LOB — Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 8. 2B — McGrill (11), Flaherty (4), EMartinez (16). Ducey (6). HR — Cairo (2). SB — MKelly (5). CS — McCracken (1), Cairo (4). S — McCracken, Stocker. SF — Flaherty. IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay JJohnson W.2-1 6 41132 ALopez 1 20001 Mecir 2-321111 RHernandez S,8 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Seattle Moyer 1,2-5 71-311 4 4 0 4 Timlin 1-321100 Fossas 11-31 0 0 0 1 ATHLETICS 9, ORIOLES 5 BALTIMORE OAKLAND abrhbl 5120 Hndrsn II 5120 KAbbot ss 5113 3010 1000 5120 5130 1000 2000 1000 1000 4011 38 S 12 4 Totals ByAdsn cf Hmnds rf RPImr 1b Baines dh Carter ph Surholf II CRpken 3b Holies c • Wbster c Rboulet 2b RAImr2b Bordick ss Totals Baltimore Oakland Grieve rf Stairs dh Giambi 1b Voigt Ib Spiezio 2b Blwers 3b McDnld cf Hinch c abrhbl 2110 4110 0001 4111 4000 3211 0000 4221 4123 3112 4010 ASTROS 4, PADRES 3 SAN DIEGO HOUSTON QVeras 2b Gwynn if SFinley cl abrhbl 4000 3000 1000 Biggio 2b DaBell rl Berry 3b abrhbl 3011 3100 4112 329109 020 030 000—5 403 000 11x— 9 DP— Baltimore 1, Oakland 1. LOB— Baltimore 10, Oakland 6. 2B— Hammonds (8), CRipken (7), KAbbott (6), Blowers 2 (8), McDonald (5). HR— RPalmeiro (10), Grieve (7). SB— Henderson (16), McDonald (7). SF— Bournigal. Baltimore Kmncki L.2-2 Ponson Chariton Mills Orosco Oakland Candiotti W.4-4 Small Mohler Fetters Groom IP H RER BB SO 3 . 31-3 2-3 2-3 1-3 5 1 2-3 11-3 1 LEAGUE LEADERS American League BATTING—IRodriguez, Texas, .388; TWalker, Minnesota, .354; Erstad, Anaheim, .342; McCracken, Tampa Bay, .333; Higginson, Detroit, .331; Brosius, New York, .331; TMartinez. New York. .331. RUNS—Grieve, Oakland, 41; Jeter, New York, 40; Gritley Jr, Seattle, 39; ARodriguez, Seattle, 38; Lofton, Cleveland, 38; Thome, Cleveland, 38; JuGonzalez, Texas, 36. RBI—JuGonzalez, Texas, 59; Grilley Jr, Seattle, 40; ARodriguez, Seattle, 39; Easley, Detroit, 39; TMartinez, New York, 38; Justice, Cleveland, 38; Thome, Cleveland, 37. HITS—IRodriguez, Texas, 66; Erstad. Anaheim, 65; McCracken, Tampa Bay, 63; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 63; Jeter, New York, 61; Ju- Gonzalez, Texas, 61; Grieve, Oakland, 60. DOUBLES—IRodriguez. Texas, 19; Grieve. Oakland, 17; Thome, Cleveland, 17; JuGon- zalez, Texas, 17; Belle, Chicago, 16; Justice, • Cleveland, 16; EMartinez, Seattle. 16. TRIPLES—Garciaparra, Boston. 4; Greer, Texas, 4; BWilliams, New York, 4; Olterman, Kansas City, 4; 9 are tied with 3. HOME HUNS—ARodriguez, Seattle, 18; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 17; Canseco, Toronto, 16; MVaughn, Boston, 13; O'Leary, Boston, 12; JuGonzalez, Texas, 12; Erstad, Anaheim, 11; Easlay. Detroit, 11; Stevens, Texas. 11; Palmer, Kansas City, 11. STOLEN BASES—TGoodwin, Texas, 19; Henderson, Oakland, 16; Stewart, Toronto, 14; BLHunter, Detroit, 14; Lofton, Cleveland, 13; Canseco, Toronto, 12; Jeter, New York, 11. PITCHING (6 Decisions)—Helling, Texas, 7-1, .875, 4.18; Wakelield. Boston, 6-1, .857. 4.23; DWells, New York, 6-1, .857, 4.39; Fassero, Seattle. 5-1, .833, 2.73; Cone, New York. 5-1, .833, 6.60; Sele, Texas. 7-2. .778, 2.64; KHill, Anaheim, 7-2. .778,4.23. STRIKEOUTS—PMartinez, Boston, 88; RJohnson, Seattle,-75; CFinley, Anaheim, 73; Clemens, Toronto, 60; Colon, Cleveland, 56; DWells, New York, 56; Moyer, Seattle, 56. SAVES—Gordon. Boston, 18; Wetteland, Texas. 13; Percival, Anaheim, 12; MJackson, Cleveland, 12; HaMyers, Toronto, 10; MRivera, New York, 9; 5 are tied with 8. National League BATTING—Weiss, Atlanta, .374; Gwynn, San Diego, .372; Mueller. San Francisco, .365; BJordan, St. Louis, .364; Taubensee, Cincinnati, .359; JGuillen, Pittsburgh, .354; Bichette, Colorado, .354. RUNS—Biggio. Houston. 42; ChJones, Atlanta, 40; Galarraga. Atlanta, 38; LWalker, Colorado, 37; Glanville, Philadelphia, 36; Floyd, Florida, 35; DeBell, Houston, 35; McG- wire, St. Louis, 35. RBI—McGwire, St. Louis. 54; Castilla. Colorado, 45; ChJones, Atlanta, 41; Galarraga, Atlanta, 41; Alou, Houston. 39; GVaughn, San Diego, 39; Burnitz, Milwaukee, 37; Bichette, Colorado, 37. HITS—Bichette, Colorado, 75; Mueller, SET Francisco, 62; ChJones, Atlanta, 62; Sosa, Chicago, 61; Gwynn, San Diego, 61; Glanville, Philadelphia, 60; DeBell, Houston, 60; Biggio, Houston, 60; MaGrace, Chicago, 60. DOUBLES—LWalker. Colorado, 20; Bonds. San Francisco, 18; DYoung, Cincinnati, 17; Kent, San Francisco, 17; Biggio, Houston, 17; Bichette, Colorado, 17; Fullmer, Montreal, 16; BBoone, Cincinnati, 16; DeBell, Houston, 16. TRIPLES—DeShields, St. Louis. 6; Glanville. Philadelphia. 5; Collier. Pittsburgh, 4; NPerez, Colorado, 4; Hollandsworth, Los Angeles, 4; Vina, Milwaukee, 4; 6 are lied with 3. HOME RUNS—McGwire. SI. Louis. 21; Castilla, Colorado, 17; Galarraga, Atlanta, 16; GVaughn, San Diego, 15; ChJones, Atlanta, 13; Burks, Colorado, 11; 6 are tied with 10. STOLEN BASES—Biggio, Houston, 19; EcYoung, Los Angeles, 18; Womack, Pittsburgh, 17; Ranleria, Florida, 14; Stynes, Cincinnati, 13; BLarkin, Cincinnati, 12; Clayton, St. Louis, 11. PITCHING (6 Decisions)—Schmidt, Pittsburgh, 7-1, .875, 3.88; Millwood. Atlanta, 6-1, .857. 3.36; Neagle, Atlanta, 6-1, .857, 2.97; Boehringer, San Diego, 5-1, .833, 4.50; Trachsel, Chicago, 5-1. .833, 3.36; Lima, Houston, 6-2, .750, 2.93; Hampton, Houston, 6-2, .750, 2.48; Tapani, Chicago, 6-2, .750, 3.76; Glavine, Atlanta, 6-2, .750, 2.17; GMaddux, Atlanta. 6-2, .750, 2.02. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Philadelphia, 106; Stottlemyre, St. Louis, 74; Wood, Chicago, 66; Reynolds, Houston, 63; Nomo, Los Angeles, 62; RMartinez, Los Angeles, 62; KBrown, San Diego, 59. SAVES—Hotlman, San Diego, 14; Back, Chicago, 14; Shaw, Cincinnati, 14; Loiselle, Pittsburgh, 11; BWagner, Houston, 11; DJones, Milwaukee, 11; Urbina, Montreal, 10; Dipoto, Colorado, 10; Nen, San Francisco, 10; JFranco, New York, 10. "See it for yourself. The newspaper is the hardcopy of what people are talking about everyday." 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