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THE SALINA JOURNAL BASEBALL MONDAY. MAY 26, 1998 T BY THE NUMBERS Baseball Major league standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Pet GB L10 New York Boston Toronto Tampa Bay Baltimore Cleveland Minnesota Detroit Chicago Kansas City Texas Anaheim •Seattle Oakland Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida Houston Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee 'Pittsburgh .Cincinnati W L 33 10 29 18 25 22 22 W L 27 21 19 19 ' 17 W 31 25 22 20 Streak Home Away Intr .767 — 7-3 W-2 16-3 17-7 0-0 .617 6 5-5 L-2 19-8 10-10 0-0 .510 11 z-7-3 W-2 12-11 13-13 0-0 .458 13Vj z-6-4 L-1 8-12 14-14 0-0 .449 14 2-8 W-2 11-13 11-14 0-0 Central Division Pot OB L10 Streak Home Away Intr .563 — z-7-3 L-2 14-10 13-11 0-0 .438 6 z-5-5 W-2 9-15 12-12 0-0 .422 6V4 z-7-3 W-1 9-9 10-17 0-0 .413 7 z-4-6 L-1 9-12 10-16 0-0 .354 10 z-2-8 W-1 6-18 11-13 0-0 West Division Pet QB L10 .646 — z-7-3 .521 6 5-5 .449 9Vz 3-7 .417 11 4-6 Streak Home Away Intr L-1 20-8 11-9 0-0 L-2 16-14 9-9 0-0 W-1 13-13 9-14 0-0 L-2 10-15 10-13 0-0 W 36 26 22 18 17 NATIONAL LEAGUE Eaat Division Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Intr .720 — z-7-3 W-1 22-7 14-7 0-0 .565 8 7-3 W-4 19-10 7-10 0-0 L-2 15-9 7-16 0-0 W-2 14-16 4-14 0-0 W-1 12-18 5-15 0-0 W L 31 18 28 21 8 .468 12% z-3-7 .375 17 4-6 .340 19 4-6 Central Division 25 23 24 23 Pet .633 .571 .521 .479 .471 .460 GB 3 5V! 7Vi B 8V! L10 6-4 z-6-4 6-4 z-3-7 2-5-5 z-3-7 Streak W-2 L-1 L-1 L-5 L-1 L-1 Home Away Intr 15-8 16-10 0-0 16-9 12-12 0-0 16-8 9-15 0-0 11-12 12-13 0-0 16-12 8-15 0-0 11-12 12-15 0-0 W L ' San Diego 31 San Francisco 28 Los Angeles 24 - Colorado 21 Arizona 15 West Division Pet GB L10 .620 — 3 6V! 10 15V; .560 .490 .420 .306 z-5-5 z-6-4 5-5 4-6 z-7-3 Streak Home Away Intr L-2 15-4 16-15 0-0 W-1 14-7 14-15 0-0 L-1 12-7 12-18 0-0 W-1 6-15 15-14 0-0 W-1 9-14 6-20 0-0 z-lirst game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday's Games Toronto 7, Cleveland 2 N.Y.Yankees 12, Boston 3 Chicago White Sox 7, Detroit 1 Texas 7, Kansas Cily 3 Baltimore 9. Oakland 1 Tampa Bay 6, Seattle 3 . Minnesota 9, Anaheim 5 Sunday's Games 'Toronto 5, Cleveland 0 • ;N.Y. Yankees 14, Boston 4 ' Detroit 8, Chicago White Sox 4 ' Kansas Cily 6, Texas 3 Baltimore 2, Oakland 1 .Seattle 3, Tampa Bay 1 Minnesota 9, Anaheim 1 Monday's Games Delroit (Castillo 2-1) at Cleveland (Nagy 5-2), 12:05 p.m. Toronlo (Hentgen 6-3) at Boston (Martinez 5-0), 12:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Ruebel 0-0) at Oakland (Oquist 0-3), 3:05 p.m. .N.Y. Yankees (Irabu 3-0) at Chicago ..While Sox (Navarro 4-4), 6:05 p.m. 'Kansas City (Belcher 2-6) at Anaheim • (Hill 7-2), 7:05 p.m. -Minnesota (Morgan 1-1) at Texas (Oliver ' 2-4), 7:35 p.m. . Baltimore (Rodriguez 0-1) at Seattle • (Swill 2-3), 8:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Games Cincinnati 4, Colorado 1, 6% 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 7, Arizona 1 Sunday's Games Florida 4, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta:, Chicago Cubs 1 Colorado 3, Cincinnati 1 Montreal 5, Philadelphia 4 . N.Y. Mets 8, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 9, St. Louis 6,17 innings Arizona 8, Los Angeles 5 Houston 5, San Diego 2 Monday's Games San Francisco (Hershiser 3-3) at Cincinnati (Harnisch 4-0), 12:15 p.m. Colorado (Thomson 2-5) at St. Louis (Busby 5-0), 1:10 p.m. Los Angeles (Nomo 2-6) at Houston (Lima 6-2), 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Portugal 2-1) at Montreal (Moore 2-5), 6:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Tapani 6-2) at Atlanta (Millwood 6-1), 6:40 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 5-3) at Arizona (Daal 1-2), 8:05 p.m. DIFIco c Stocker is a!ro2b otali 4021 Ducey rl 4010 DWllin c 4010 Amarsl II 34 1 7 1 Total) 4000 4010 3000 32 311 H PER BB SO imps Bay 000 000 100—1 •attli 100 002 OOx—3 DP—Tampa Bay 1. LOB—'Tampa Bay 8, ieattle 9. HR-Grlttey Jr (18). SB—Wlnn (3), MKelly (6). IP Tampa Bay DSprlngerL.1-8 5 mtana 2 Aldred Alopez Seattle RJonnson W.4-3 9 7 1 DSprlnger pitched to 4 batters in the 6th. WP—Santana. Umpires—Home, Roe; Firsl, Merrill; Second, Scott; Third, Phillips. T—2:40. A—46,867 (59,084). 1-3 2-3 1 2 15 VQrero rl Fllmer 1b RPeroz ph Urbtna p RWhllo cl Widgerc Stovall II Andrws 3b 4121 3011 0001 0000 3000 4000 3000 2001 3000 0000 Brogna 1b Rolen 3b KJrdanlb Sprdlin p YPsrez p Gomes p MLewls 2t> Hudler rl Abreu ph Parent c Lbrthal ph Rlalord it TGreen p Amaro II Totali 31 4 7 4 Totili 28 6 4 5 Philadelphia 001 000 030-4 Montreal 000 000 32X-5 E—Rolen (7), Parent (1), TGreen (2), Stovall (2). DP—Montreal I. LOB—Philadelphia 4, Montreal 4. HR—Rolen (9). SB—Abreu (4), Vidro (2), Grudzielanek (5). S-TGreen 2. SF—RParez. 0000 4113 4020 0000 0000 0000 4000 3000 0000 CPerez p 3010 McGIre 1b 1000 3100 0000 1000 31 4 7 4 Totlll Royals turn back Texas Slumping Kansas City stops surging Rangers behind Dye, relievers By MIKE DRAGO The Associated Press TWINS 9, ANGELS 1 MINNESOTA ANAHEIM ab r h bl 5333 3111 3022 5012 5000 4120 4110 Wlbeck c 5111 Bolickdh 4200 DSrcna ss 38 911 9 Totals Gates 2b Molitor dh Coomer Ib Ochoa rf Stnbch c Shave 3b Lawton d Hcklng II Totals Minnesota Anaheim ab r h bl 4001 4000 4010 2000 3000 4000 4120 3000 1000 29 1 3 1 001 000 350-9 000 010 000—1 Erstad II Bghmn 2b Edrnnd cl Fielder 1b DvHIns 3b GAndsn rl E-Ochoa (2), DvHollins 2 (4). LOB—Minnesota 8, Anaheim 7.28—Molitor 2 (8), Steinbach (9), Shave (2), Edmonds (15). SB— Meares 2 (4). OS—Shave (1). S—DiSarclna 2. SF—Gates. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota RadkeW,6-3 7 31132 Swindell 1 00002 Naulty 1 00010 Anaheim CFinley L.4-2 PHarris Holtz Dlckson IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia TGrsen 7 23127 Spradlin L.2-2 0 22200 YPerez 1-300000 Gomes 2-300001 Montreal CPerez.W,4-3 8 74412 UrblnaS,11 1 00012 Spradlin pitched to 3 batters in the Blh. HBP—by Spradlin (Vidro), by TGreen (Vidro). PB—Parent. Umpires—Home, Gorman; First, Hallion; Second, Crawford; Third, Davidson. T—2:23. A—14,164(46,500). . ARLINGTON, Texas — Given what he had already seen in the series, Kansas City manager Tony Muser had every reason to believe his team was on the verge of another late-inning collapse against Texas on Sunday. This time, at least, the Royals proved him wrong. Jermaine Dye drove in three »,• runs and the ,AL-, • Royals 8 Rangers 3 62-3 5 4 1 4 5. 2-322201 1-311100 11-33 2 2 1 1 WP—CFinley 2. Umpires—Home, McCoy; First, Johnson; Second, Meriwether; Third, Evans. T—2:59. A—24,728 (45,050). National League ROCKIES 3, REDS 1 COLORADO CINCINNATI ab r h bl 5000 4000 4120 2110 3100 0000 0000 4022 Royals stopped an eight-game losing streak abrhbl abrhbl Alxndr 2b 4111 OGIIen ss - 3 0 2 1 JHmdz cl 4000 Lckhrt 2b 3000 MaGcetb 4010 ChJnesSb 4000 Sosa rl 4000 Glrrga Ib 4000 Blauser ss 3000 Klesko II 3010 Mieske II 2010 OBIsIa pr 0100 Orie 3b 3000 JLopez c 4020 Servais c' 3000 Tucker rl 4021 Trchsel p 2000 AJones d 1100 HRdrgz ph 1000 Glavine p 2000 TAdms p 0000 Totals 30 1 3 1 Totals 28 2 7 2 Chicago 100 000 000—1 Atlanta 000 000 101—2 No outs when winning run scored. DP— Chicago 1. LOB— Chicago 3, Atlanta 8. 2B— Klesko (9), Tucker (14). HR— Alexander (3). S— Glavine. IP H RER BB SO NPerez ss Burks d LWIker rl Helton 1b Bchelte II McElry p Dipoto p Castilla 3b Lnsing 2b Mnwmc BMJns p CGdwin cl Totals Colorado Cincinnati Nnnally d DYng II BLrkin ss EduPrz 1b BBoone 2b WGrne 3b Nieves rl Frdyce c abrhbl 4110 3010 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 1000 1000 0000 1000 26 1 2 0 010 002 000—3 000 100 000—1 E—WGreene (8). DP—Colorado 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Colorado 7. 2B—LWalker 2 (22), BMJones (1), Nunnally (7). SB—LWalk- er (7), Helton (1). CS—Castilla (3). 4000 Tomko p 4011 Stynes ph 3010 Sllivan p 1010 LHrris ph 34 3 8 3 Totals Chicago Trachsel 7 41156 TAdamsL,2-3 1 31101 Atlanta Glavine W.7-2 9 3 1 1 1 10 TAdams pitched to 3 batters in the 9th. Umpires— Home, Kellogg; First, Danley; Second, Quick; Third, Wesl. T— 2:29. A—48,580 (50,528). IP H RER BB SO American League ROYALS 8, RANGERS 3 KANSAS CITV TEXAS abrhbl 5111 5120 5111 4210 4120 3122 4123 4000 3001 Damon cl Ollrmn 2b HMrris dh Palmer 3b JKing 1b Conine II Dyerl Fasano c Halter ss Totals Kansas City Texa ab r h bl 3000 5010 4120 4112 5000 4130 3010 4011 4020 37 811 8 Totals 36 311 3 000 301 130—B 000 003 000—3 TGdwin cl McLmr2b Greer If JuGnlz rf WCIark Ib IHdrgz c Stevens dh Cedeno ss FTatis 3b E-rPalmer (9), McLemore (5), FTatis (6). DP— Kansas City 1, Texas 1. LOB— Kansas City 5, Texas 11. 2B— HMorris (13), Conine 2 (7), IRodriguez (20). 3B— IRodriguez (1). HR— Damon (3), JuGonzalez (13). SB^JK- ing (1). CS— Halter (2), TGoodwin (9), Cedeno (1). SF— Conine, Halter. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City RappW,4-4 61-3 8 33 4 5 Whisenant 1-30 0 0 0 1 PichardoS.1 21-3 3 0 0 1 0 Texas Helling L.7-2 62-3 8 5 5 1 4 Bailes 1-300000 Crabtree 2-333200 Gundorson 11-30 0 0 0 0 WP— Helling. Umpires— Home, Kosc; First, Kaiser; Second, Hickox; Third, Barnetl. T— 2:58. A— 46,243 (49,166). Brocail 1 00000 ToJones 1 00011 Chicago BereL,2-5 31-3 7 5 5 3 3 TCastillo 11-33 1 1 0 1 Baldwin 21-3 5 2 2 0 2 Karchner 1 00001 Foulke 1 00000 WP—Sager. Umpires—Home, Ford; First, Hendry; Second, Young; Third, Coble. T—2:55. A—17,554 (44,321). ' ORIOLES 2, ATHLETICS 1 BALTIMORE OAKLAND abrhbl 4010 Hndrsn II 5030 Bllhorn 3b 4000 Grieve rl 4111 Blwersdh RAImr 2b Hmnds d Carter dh RPImrlb EDayis rl ByAdsn cf CRpken 3b Rboulel 3b Surholl II Wbster c Balnesph Holies c Bordlck 83 Totili Baltimore Oiklind 2000 Giambi Ib 0000 KAbbot ss Spiezlo 2b Hlnch c 1000 0100 3000 Chrelns d 3000 1011 0000 3000 30 2 6 2 Tolali abrhbl 4000 4000 4010 4110 4000 4010 4011 3020 3020 YANKEES 14, RED SOX 4 NEW YORK BOSTON ab r h bl Knblch 2b 3214 Bush 2b 2010 Jeter ss 6232 O'Neill rl 5111 BWIIms cl 5021 Raines dh 2211 Curtis II 5100 Brosius 3b 4332 Sveum 1b 3121 Girardi c 5232 OLewis cl Bragg rf MVghn 1b Leynlzlb Jffrson dh Olry II Cmngs rf JnVntin 3b Bnjmln ss Varitek c Hltberg c Merloni 2b Totals, 40 14 17 14 35 4 12 3 New York ab r h bl 5131 5000 3021 2010 5000 2010 1110 4110 3121 2010 1000 2000 Totals Colorado BMJones W.1-0 721 McElroy Dipoto S,1 1 Cincinnati Tomko L.5-3 Sullivan Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck, M.; First, Froemming; Second, Gregg; Third, Vanover. T—2:20. A—21,298(52,953). Boston 007 060 001—14 110 000 020— 4 E— Sveum (1), JnValentin (6). DP— New York 3, Boston 2. LOB— New York 7, Boston 9. 2B— BWilliams (13), DLewis 2 (9), MVaughn (11), JnValentin (12). HR— Knoblauch (4), Brosius (3). SB— Raines (4). S— Merloni. SF— O'Neill, Sveum. IP H RER BB SO 34 1 8 1 010 000 001—2 010 000 000-1 E—KAbbotl (11). DP— Baltimore I.Oakland 1. LOB— Balllmore 9, Oakland 6. 28— Hammonds (9), Baines (9), KAbboll (7), Christenson (3). HR— RPalmelro (11). SB— Carter (1 ), CS— EDavis (4). S— Surholl, Bordlck. IP H RER BB SO Baltimore Johns 7 81102 OroscoW,1-0 11-30 0. 0 0 3 PonsonS,1 2-300000 Oakland Rogers 8 51141 Taylor LO-5 1 11120 Umpires— Home, Cousins; First, Welke; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Brlnkman, T— 2:46. A— 23,187(45,177). New York ConeW,6-1 6 82102 Lloyd 1 10000 WBanks 2 32201 Boston SbrhgnL,5-3 22-3 6 7 7 0 2 Mahay 2 56330 Corsi 21-3 1 0 0 1 1 Wakefield 1 00000 Eckersley 1 31100 HBP—by WBanks (Merloni), by Wakelield (Raines), by Mahay (Knoblauch), by Cone (Varitek), by Cone (Benjamin), by Cone (Oteary). WP—Mahay. Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, Rellly; Second, McClelland; Third, Hlrschbeck. T—3:21. A—33,042(33,925). GIANTS 9, CARDINALS 6 SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS abrhbl 8030 Gant II DeShds 2b McGwr Ib RLnkld d McGee rf Pgnozzi c Mabry 3b Clayton ss Ptkvsk p Acvedo p BRHnlr ph Frsctre p Lmpkin ph Crshore p Bttnlld p DHwrd ph Mrcker p DHmtn cl Mueller 3b Poole p SReedp Bonds If Kent 2b Snow 1b Benard rf Darwin p Nenp Hayes 3b RSnchz ss Tvarez p Javier rf BJhnsn c Estes p Aurilia ss Totals 7220 1000 0000 7133 7133 7100 4000 1000 1000 2120 4020 0000 2110 7010 3110 4111 65 919 7 Totals San Fran 001 010 002 002 000 03—9 St. Louis 100 020 010 002 000 00—8 E—Kent (9), Estes (1), Mercker (1). DP— San Francisco 1, St. Louis 1. LOB—San Francisco 13, St. Louis 21. 28—DHamilton (6), Mueller (14). Kent (18), DeShields (10), Pagnozzi (3). HR—Bonds (11), Kent (5), McGwire (24). SB—Bonds (9). CS—DHamillon (6), DeShields (7). S—DHamilton, Javier, BJohn- son, DeShields, Petkovsek. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco ab r h bl 7110 7331 6122 7010 8142 8010 5010 6010 2000 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 1000 0000 61 614 5 MARLINS 4, PIRATES 3 PITTSBURGH FLORIDA ab r h bl 4110 3010 0000 4111 4110 4021 4011 3010 1000 3010 2000 0000 32 3 9 3 Totals Dnwdy d Rnteria ss Kolsay rf Zeile 3b Floyd II DLee Ib Zaunc , Cunsell 2b JSnchz p Wehner ph JPwell p abrhbl 4210 4020 3001 3110 4022 3000 4000 3000 2110 1000 0000 Wmack2b MaMlz II Chrslns p Kendall c KYnglb Alnswrt cl JGIIen rl Osik 3b AMrtin ph Plcvidi ss Silva p TWard II Totals 32 3 9 3 Totals 31 4 7 3 Pittsburgh 300 000 000—3 Florida 001 010 02x— 4 E— Womack (9), Kendall (3), Polcovicn (7). DP— Florida 1. LOB— Pittsburgh 4, Florida. 6. 2B— Osik (1), Dunwoody (1), Zeile (8), Floyd (15). 3B— MaMartinez (1). SB— Womack (18), Renteria (15). CS— MaMartinez (2), Allensworth (3), Floyd (6). S— Silva. SF— Kotsay. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Silva • 71-3 6 3 1 0 4 ChrstnsL,0-1 2-311121 Florida JSanchez 7 93301 JPowellW.4-2 2 00014 Balk— Silva 2. Umpires — Home, Rapuano; First, Dreckman; Second, Pulli; Third, Williams, C. T— 2:23. A— 16,972(41,855). in an 8-3 victory over Texas. The Rangers had won 10 straight home games and six in a row overall, including come-from- behind victories over the Royals on Friday and Saturday. A Texas comeback attempt Sunday fizzled amid a strong effort by the Kansas City bullpen. "I'm happy. We were due," Muser said. "When you pitch against this club, it's not easy. They're not going to lay down. The score looks like a commanding win, but it wasn't. It was close." Pat Rapp (4-4) took a 5-3 lead into the seventh inning, but left after singles by Fernando Tatis and Mark McLemore put runners on first and third with one out. Reliever Matt Whisenant struck out Rusty Greer on a 3-2 pitch. Hipolito Pichardo then took over and retired Juan Gonzalez, who had homered earlier, on a popup. "It was a difficult situation for a pitcher," Pichardo said. "He's a very good hitter." Pichardo finished for his first save, getting Will Clark on a fly ball with the bases loaded for the final out. Kansas City put away the game with three runs in the eighth off reliever Tim Crabtree. Dye, who hit a two-run single during the inning, might be emerging from his season-long slump. "He's gotten some big hits and big RBIs," said Muser. Rapp said he went out with the goal of just giving his teammates a chance to end the skid. KC's top draft pick in '97 diagnosed with diabetes Promising prospect, Reichert's career outlook is uncertain By The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals' top draft pick last year, pitcher Dan Reichert, has been diagnosed with diabetes, and his future is uncertain. Reichert, who was sent to the minors during spring training, has been placed on the disabled list while doctors attempt to get the disease under control. In March, the 21-year-old rookie from T u r 1 o c k , Calif., who had set NCAA strikeout records at the University of the Pacific, was sent to Class AA Wichita. Manager Tony Muser wanted Reichert to have more experience before making the jump to the majors. In 7 1-3 innings at the Royals spring camp, Reichert had a 3.68 ERA, with six strikeouts and one walk. But, the right-hander says a REICHERT loss of weight and energy prompted him to have a check- , up about a week ago. Reichert said he'd lost 25 pounds. "I got on the scale early in the . week, and I was 141. That's when I got a little scared," he told The Wichita Eagle. Reichert will have to take in- ; jections in an effort to correct the problem. Reichert has always been thin, but a telling sign this sea- son was that his fastball, often clocked at more than 90 mph, : , was down to 81 mph in his last i start, an 8-6 loss to Tulsa. Reichert has a 1-4 record,, with a 9.75 ERA for the Wranglers. He was the seventh pick in . the first round of last June's . draft after leading the nation with 169 strikeouts as a college junior. He had a three-year college record of 26-17 and a 3.79 , ERA with 355 strikeouts in 320 2-3 innings. "I'm not familiar with the disease, but it can zap you," Muser said. "I'd hope they can get his weight back and his ' strength back and that his sea- t son won't be a complete loss." Reichert had a 3-4 record and . a 2.84 ERA in his first pro sea- ; son with Class A Spokane, Wash. "It's weighed heavily on all the starters," he said. "We were waiting for somebody to step up. I wanted to keep them close and today our guys were hitting and gave me a big lead." Texas starter Rick Helling (7-2) was almost perfect for the first three innings, allowing only two baserunners — one when Mark McLemore muffed a grounder at second and the other on a strikeout pitch that got away from catcher Ivan Rodriguez. The Royals got to Helling for three runs in the fourth. Jose Offerman started the inning with a single and scored on Hal Morris' double to the right-field corner. Dean Palmer walked and Jeff King singled to load the bases. Jeff Conine made it 2-0 with 'a sacrifice fly to the warning track in right before Dye hit an RBI single. ' '.H U Conine put the Royals ahead 4 : 0 with a double to the wall in right- center that scored King in ttfe sixth. Rapp allowed only three hits through his first five innings, but faltered in the sixth. Greer drew a leadoff walk arid Gonzalez hit his 13th home run, a 431-foot shot to left. After Clark struck out, Rodriguez doubled and later scored on Domingo Cedeno's single. O's may deal Alomar, Palmeiro BLUE JAYS S, INDIANS 0 TORONTO CLEVELAND TIGERS B, WHITE SOX 4 DETROIT CHICAGO ab r h bl 4122 5221 5010 5232 5021 5121 4110 3120 3000 BLHnlr cl Roberts dh Hggnsn rl ToCIrk 1b LGnzIz II Easley 2b Randa 3D Bakoc DCruzss eb r h bl 4120 4111 4112 3000 4121 4000 3000 2000 1000 1000 3000 0000 Totals 39 815 7 Totals 33 4 6 4 De'trolt 012 212 000—8 Chicago 200 002 000-4 LOB—Detroit 8. Chicago 4. 28—BLHunter (B), Roberts (6), ToClark (10). 3B—Durham (4). HR—ToClark (5), Easley (12), FThomas (8), Ventura (5). SB—Durham (10), Cameron 4 . CS—BLHunter (3). S—DCruz. IP H RER BB SO Detroit Sager W.2-1 5 42211 Florie 2 22201 Drham 2b Cmeron cl FThms dh Belle II Vnlura 3b Sierra rf Crderolb O'Brien c JAbbott ph Kreuler c Caruso ss Snopek ss 39 815 7 Totals AGnzIz as SGrean rl Cnseco II Stewart d CDIgdolb Stanley dh Sprgue 3b JoCruz d KLBwn c Grbeck 2b Totals Toronto Cleveland ebrhbl 5010 Lolton d 3000 Vlzquel ss 4001 Justice dh 0000 Thome 1b 4010 MRmrzrl Giles II SAImr c Frymn 3b DaBell 2b abrhbl 4010 3010 4010 3000 3000 3020 4000 3000 3000 Estes Tavarez Darwin Nen Poole W.1-1 SReed S,1 St, Louli Petkovssk Acevedo Frascatore Croushore Bollenlleld Mercker L.3-3 7 1 11-3 22-3 4 1 DIAMONDBACKS 8, DODGERS 5 LOS ANGELES ARIZONA abrhbl 5110 4010 3222 4130 0000 0000 4113 4000 2000 1010 3000 1000 1000 1000 1000 0000 1000 35 5 9 S Totals AFox 2b Sdwsky p Olson p JBell ss DWhile cl TLee 1b MWIms 3b Dlluccl II Brede rf Miller c Blair p Stnkwc 2b ab r h bl 5221 0000 0000 3010 3102 5011 '4110 3112 3110 3220 4000 0000 7 10 2 2 2 2 3 12211 2 22202 2-31 001 0 31-3 2 0 0 0 4 1 33210 WP—Nen. Balk—Pelkovsek. Umpires—Home, Montague; First, DeMuth; Second, Halllord; Third, Schrleber. T-5:46. A-45,864 (49,676). Hinds* II Vzcaino ss Shflield rf Bonilla 3b Cedeno pr Rdnsky p Mndesl cf Karros 1b CJhnsn c THwrd ph Castro 2b Luke ph Parkp DReyes p Esnrich ph Gulhrie p Knerko 3b Totals 35 5 9 S Totals 33 8 9 8 Los Angeles 301 000 010-5 Arizona 122 101 10x—8 E—Hollandsworth (4), Caslro (3), Park (2), DReyes (1), AFox (2). DP—Arizona 1. LOB— Los Angeles 5, Arizona 9. 2B-TL.ee (B). HR—Shellield (7), Mondesi (11), Dellucci (2). SB—THoward (1), Brede (1), Miller (1). S— JBell. SF—Sheffield, DWhite. 5110 4210 3220 3011 4033 35 510 5 Totali 30050 001 220 000—S 000 000 000—0 E—Thome (5). DP—Toronto 1, Cleveland 1. LOB—Toronto 10, Cleveland 7. 2B—Gre- beck (5), Giles (2). 3B-Lofton (4). SB— AGonzalez (9), Vlzquel (7). Toronto WWIms W.5-2 Risley Quantrlll Cleveland Gooden L.0-1 Krivda Plunk Mesa IP 7 1 1 H RER BB SO 3 73322 22-3 2 2 1 4 1 21-3 1 0 0 0 3 1 00000 Gooden pitched to 5 baiters in the 4th. HBP—by Gooden (SGreen). Umpires—Home, O'Nora; First. Tschida: Second, Denkinger; Third, Reed. T—3:07. A—43,194 (43,863). MARINERS 3, DEVIL RAYS 1 TAMPA BAY SEATTLE ab r h bl ab r h bl Winn II 4020 Cora 2b 4110 DaMrtz rl 4000 ARdrgz ss 3010 McCknd 4000 GrlyJrd 4111 MKellydh 3100 Segui Ib 4031 McCIn Ib 3010 EMrtnz dh 3130 Ldsma 3b 4000 RDavis 3b 3010 METS B, BREWERS 3 MILWAUKEE NEW YORK abrhbl 4120 4120 3011 4011 4121 4010 0000 4000 4000 2000 0000 1010 0000 abrhbl 4113 5031 5010 4110 4332 3121 1000 3111 1000 3110 3020 0000 1000 0000 Tolali 34 310 3 Totali 37 815 8 Milwaukee 111 000 000—3 New York 010 500 20x—8 E—Lorelta (1). LOB—Milwaukee 5, New York 7. 28—Vina (11), McRae (12), Gllkey 2 (8), Baerga 2 (10), Becker (4), ROrdonez (4). HR—Nilsson (1), Baerga (4). CS—Vina (6), MFranco (1). SF—Burnltz. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee Eldred L.0-4 61-3 13 Vina 2b Lorelta u Bumllz rf Clrlllo 3b Nllsson 1b Grasom cf Owens pr Jenkins If Mlheny c Eldred p MMyrs p Hmelln ph AReyes p McRae cl Qllkey If Piazza c Olerud 1b Baerga 2b MFrco 3b Huskey rl Becker rf LLopez 3b ROrdz ss BJJnes p McMcl p Tatumph Rojas p 34 310 3 Totali IP Loi Angeles H RER BB SO 21-3 32-3 1 Park L.4-3 DReyes Guthrie Radinsky 1 Arizona Blair W.2-7 7 Sodowsky 1 Olson S,4 1 WP—Sodowsky. Umpires—Home, Rieker; First, Holbrook; Second, Wendelstedl; Third, Layne. T—2:53. A—48,682 (48,500). MMyers AReyes New York BJJonesW,4-3 7 McMichael 1 Ro|as 1 2-3 Umpires— Home, Rippley; Firsl, Darling; Second, Winters; Third, Poncino. T— 2:34. A— 47,291 (55,775). EXPOS S, PHILLIES 4 PHILADELPHIA MONTREAL abrhbl ebrhbl Glnville cl 4121 Vidro 2b 2200 Jrferies II 4110 Grdzln ss 4211 ASTROS 5, PADRES 2 SAN DIEQO HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl QVeras 2b 5000 Blggio 2b 3100 SFinley'cl 4120 DeBell rl 2110 GVghn II 5010 Spiers 3b 4123 Cminlll 3b 3121 Alou cl 3011 Gvnola 3b 0000 DCIark II 3000 HRivra rf 3010 Nlkwsk p 0000 CHrndzc 3021 Bogarss 1000 Gwynnph 1000 Phillips 1b 3000 GMyrs c 0000 Gtsrrez ss 3000 EWIms 1b 2000 DHenry p 1000 MaSwylb 1000 BWgnrp 0000 Gomez ss 2000 Asmus c 4120 JHmtn p 3000 Schrek p 1010 Bhrngr p 0000 Hidalgo cl 2110 Sheets ph 1000 Totals 33 2 8 2 Totals 30 5 B 4 San Diego 000 200 000-2 Houston 000 030 20x—5 E—Caminiti (6), Biggio (8), Alou (2). DP— Houston 3. LOB—San Diego 10, Houston 8. 2B—Hidalgo (7). 3B—Spiers (1). SB— RRivera (1), Alou (4). CS—Ausmus (3). S— Biggio, Schourek. IP San Diego JHamillon L.3-5 61-37 5 2 4 6 Boehringer 12-31 0 0 1 2 Houston Schourk W.2-2 51-35 2 2 3 7 Nitkowski 11-30 0 0 1 1 DHenry 11-32 0 0 0 0 BWagnerS.13 1 10011 HBP—by Schourek (SFmley). Umpires—Home, Hohn; Firsl, Hernandez; Second, Marsh; Third, Bonin. T—3:02. A—25,701 (54,370). Infielders may be traded as team with highest payroll has floundered By The Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. — Roberto Alomar doesn't want to think about them. Rafael Palmeiro says they bother him. Ray Miller says it's out of his hands. In the midst of the Baltimore Orioles' floundering season, trade rumors are swirling around Alomar and Palmeiro, two of the team's top players who could become free agents after this season. "When you're going bad, these things tend to pop up and the rumors get a little more heated," Miller, the Orioles' first-year manager, said Sunday before Baltimore's game at Oakland. "It's ownership's call. They're the ones who will make the decision." The Orioles, whose $69 million payroll is the highest in the majors, began Sunday in last place in the AL East. On Saturday night, they snapped a nine-game losing streak, their longest since 1988's 021 start, with a 9-1 win over the A's. Orioles owner Peter Angelos may be losing patience. Assistant general manager Kevin Malone has said the club hopes to have an acceptable trade involving either ALOMAR PALMEIRO both Palmeiro or Alomar or worked out within a week. One scenario had the two going to the New York Mets in exchange for John Oleru'd and Carlos Baerga, though Malone conceded that was unlikely because Palmeiro has a clause in his contract giving him veto power over any deal sending him to a New York team. Mets general manager Steve Phillips wouldn't discuss teams, but said Sunday the Mets still are considering 3-4 deals involving major players. Palmeiro said prior to Sunday's game that he hasn't been approached by Orioles management and was disappointed by the trade talk. "I think it would bother anyone, unless you don't want to be in that situation or on that team," Palmeiro said. "Then it wouldn't bother you. But I want to be here with these guys. I want to be part of this team, so yeah, it bothers me a little." Palmeiro said he was trying to focus on baseball. "I'm not worrying about it too much. I'm just concentrating on my game, trying to help my team win," Palmeiro said. During batting batting practice, Alomar was approached by a photographer who jokingly told him he thought he would have been in New York by now. "It says here I'm an Oriole," Alomar said, underlining the jersey lo ; go. Alomar said he had no desire to discuss the possibility he was going elsewhere. The 30-year-old Alomar, in the final season of an $18 million, three- year contract, is one of the team's younger players. Palmeiro, 33, is in the final season of a $30 million, five-year deal. Both are eligible for free agency after this season. 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