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D2 THURSDAY. MAY 28, 1998 SPORTS SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 1:20 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs, WGN. 6 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago White Sox at Detroit, WGN. 6:35 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Montreal at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 15. i GOLF 3 p.m. — PGA Golf, The Memorial Tournament, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Washington at Buffalo, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 8:30 p.m. — Major League Soccer, Miami at : Colorado, ESPN2, cable 39. ' TENNIS 9 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable 30. - Toronto Tampa Bay Baltimore 27 24 23 27 23 28 Central Division Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Detroit Kansas City W 29 23 20 19 18 West Division Hockey Texas Anaheim Seattle Oakland W 31 25 23 21 .529 .460 .451 Pel. .580 .460 .408 .404 .367 Pel. .620 .510 .451 .420 10'A 14 14V4 QB 8'A 8V4 10% GB 5V4 8Vi 10 i NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0 Monday, May 25 Washington 3, Buffalo 2, (ot), series tied 1-1 Tuesday, May 26 Dallas 3, Detroit 1, sen'es tied 1-1 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 at 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. (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) i Thursday, June 4 ', Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary ' (ESPN) | Friday, June S i Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) : Saturday, June 6 : Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary i(ESPN) i Sunday, June? i Detroit at Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Basketball Tuesday's results Tampa Bay 7, Oakland 2 Baltimore 8, Seattle 3 Toronto 5, Boston 2 Cleveland 9, Detroit 2 NY Yankees 7, Chicago White Sox 5 Wednesday's results Minnesota 6, Texas 5 Chicago White Sox 12, NY Yankees 9 Kansas City at Anaheim (n) Thursday's games Chicago White Sox (Sirolka 6-4) at Detroit (Thompson 3-5), 6:05 p.m. Cleveland (Burba 5-4) at Toronto (Carpenter 1-0), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Moyer 2-5) at Tampa Bay (J.Johnson 2-1), 6:05 p.m. Texas (Witt 4-2) at Baltimore (Drabek 4-5), 6:05 p.m. Boston (Waketield 6-1) at NY Yankees (Wells 6-1), 6:35 p.m. National League CARDINALS 2, ROCKIES 1 COLORADO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl NPerezss 4000 Qantlf 2000 BurksII 3010 DeShds2b 2101 LWIkerrt 4000 McGwMb 3000 CasBlla 3b 4010 Rlnkfd cf 3010 Mellon 1b 4111 McGeerf 3011 JReedc 2010 MabrySb 3000 Bates pr 0000 Clayton ss 2100 Lnslng 2b 3010 Pgnozzi c 2010 CGdwincf 2000 Sttmyrp 2010 Bchette ph 1000 Bmlley p 0000 Kile p 2000 VnWalph 1000 DeJean p 0000 Totali 30 1 5 1 Totals 22 2 4 2 Colorado 000 000 001-1 St. Louis 001 001 OOx—2 E—Burks (3). DP—Colorado 3. LOB—Colorado 7, St. Louis 6. HR—Helton (6). SB— DeShields (12), RLankford (3). CS—Caslilla (4). S—CGoodwin, Stottlemyre. SF—DeShields, McGee. Piazza c 5140 FHrdia p 0000 Olerudtb 4132 Wehnerph 1010 Baerga 2b 4111 Rnteria ss 5010 LLopez2b 0001 Kotsayri 4020 AlfonzoSb 5120 Zeile3b 4000 Huskey rl 4100 Floyd II 4121 HOrdzss 5012 RJcksnlb 3111 Yoshiip 3000 Zaunc 3010 McMcl p 0 0 0 0 Berg 2b 4010 Becker ph 1000 Mdows p 1000 Cook p 0000 Cnglosi ph 1000 Tatum ph 1010 Hnrqez p 0000 JFmcop 0000 DLeelb 2000 Totals 428157 Totals 36292 New York 000 061 010-8 Florida 020 000 000—2 LOB—New York 11, Florida 9. 2B—Piazza (7), Olerud (10), ROrdonez (5), Henteria (8), Zaun (6), Berg (2). 3B—Talum (2). HR—Gilkey (1), Floyd (10), RJackson (3). IP H RER BB SO NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida W 39 28 24 18 17 Central Division Houston Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinnati Pittsburgh L 20 23 24 25 29 29 Pet. .736 .583 .490 .353 .327 Pet. ,615 .549 .520 .500 .453 .453 West Division L 20 23 26 30 35 Pel. .615 .566 .500 .423 .314 GB 8 ft 13 20 21V4 GB 3% 5 6 8% 8V4 GB 2% 6 10 15'A NBA playoffs 1 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 1 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 98 Friday, May 22 Utah 109, LA Lakers 98 Saturday, May 23 Indiana 107, Chicago 105 Sunday, May 24 Utah 96, LA Lakers 92, Utah wins series 4-0 Monday, May 25 Indiana 96, Chicago 94 Wednesday, May 27 Chicago 106, Indiana 87, Chicago leads series 3-2. Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana, 8 p.m. (NBC) ; ; Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC), if neces- 'sary' NBA summary BULLS 106, PACERS 87 .INDIANA (87) Mullln 2-6 3-3 8, D.Davis 3-5 2-4 8, Smils 3-11 6-6 12, Jackson 2-7 0-1 5, Miller 5-10 2-3 14, McKey 2-5 2-2 6, A.Davis 2-7 8-11 12, Best 1 -8 11-1214, Hoiberg 2-7 2-2 6, West 1-1 0-1 2. Totals 23-67 36-45 87. i CHICAGO (106) . Pippen 7-12 6-9 20, Kukoc 8-13 2-2 19, Longley 3-61-1 7, Harper 3-6 3-4 9, Jordan 12-20 34,28, Rodman 1-2 0-0 2, Burrell 14 2-2 4, Buechler 0-4 0-0 0, Kerr 1-3 2-2 4, Wennlngton 4-8 0-2 8, Simpkins 1-4 2-2 4. Totals 41-82 2128106. Indiana 16 16 24 31- 87 Chicago 29 28 30 19-106 . 3-Point goals—Indiana 5-11, (Miller 24, Mullin 1-2, Jackson 1-2, Best 1-2, Hoiberg 0-1), Chicago 3-9, (Jordan 24, Kukoc 1-2, Pippen 0-1, Buechler 0-1, Kerr 0-1). Fouled out—A.Davis, Wennington. Rebounds—Indiana 45 (Smits, A.Davis 7), Chicago 56 (Pippen 8). Assists—Indiana 13 (Jackson 5), Chicago 27 (Pippen. 1 Kukoc 7). Total fouls—Indiana 29, Chicago 32. Technicals—D.Davis, Pippen, Rodman. Flagrant fouls—Mullln, D.Davis. A—23,844 (24,119). USA women UNITED STATES 87, LITHUANIA 61 LITHUANIA (61) •Beruksteine 3-8 8-10 15, Vilutyte 2-8 1-2 5, Dambfauskalte 2-3 0-0 4, Tuomaite 0-6 4-8 4, Streimikyte 6-15 6-10 18, Kurtinaitiene 04 1-2 li Kreivyte 0-0 2-2 2, Kalesinskaite 3-7 1-2 8, Vadapalaite 0-3 0-0 0, Aleliunaite 2-6 0-0 4, Jodeikatle 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 18-61 23-36 61. UNITED STATES (87) .Williams 6-9 2-214, Staley 3-3 0-0 8, Leslie 816 44 20, Smith 4-8 3-311, Bollon 3-9 0-0 8, McCray 2-7 1-2 5, Azzi 0-3 0-0 0, Milton 1-2 0-0 2, Holdsclaw 0-10 5-8 5, Wolters 6-13 2-2 14, Campbell 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 33-83 17-21 87. Halftime score—United States, 51-33.3-Poinl gcals—Lithuania 2-5 (Kalesinskaite 1-1, Beruk- steine 1-1, Jodeikaite 0-1, Vadapalaile 0-2), United States 4-7 (Slaley 2-2, Bolton 2-2, Leslie , 0-1, Campbell 0-1, Smith 0-1). Fouled out—Milton. Rebounds—Lithuania 56 (Slreimikyte 11), United States 51 (Williams 9). Assists—Lithuania 8 (Berkusteine, Tuomaite 2), United States 8 (Leslie, Milton 2). Total fouls—Lithuania 24, United States 26. San Diego San Francisco Los Angeles Colorado Arizona Tuesday's results San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 2 NY Mets! O.Florida 6 Atlanta 9, Montreal 3 Houston 13, Los Angeles 2 Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2 San Diego 12, Arizona 1 Wednesday's results Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 5 Philadelphia 10, Chicago Cubs 5 NY Mets 8, Florida 2 Los Angeles 3, Houston 1 Atlanta 2, Montreal 0 Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2,10 innings St. Louis 2, Colorado 1 San Diego at Arizona (n) Thursday's games Colorado (Wright 44) at St. Louis (Mercker 33), 12:40 p.m. Philadelphia (Schilling 5-5) at Chicago Cubs (Clark 3-6), 1:20 p.m. Montreal (Pavano 0-0) at Atlanta (D.Martinez 1-2), 6:40 p.m. Cincinnati (Winchester 3-2) at Los Angeles (H.Martinez 6-2), 9:05 p.m. Arizona (Anderson 1-6) at San Francisco (Darwin 4-2), 9:05 p.m. American League TWINS 6, RANGERS 5 MINNESOTA TEXAS abrhbl 5011 4242 3001 4000 3000 4210 4120 4131 4000 Colorado KileL,5-6 7 42265 DeJean 1 00011 St. Louis SttlmyrW,64 81-3 5 1 1 4 7 BrantleyS.8 2-300000 WP—Kile 2. Umpires—Home, Pulli; First, Williams, C.; Second, Rapuano; Third, Dreckmen. T—2:30. A—34,211(49,676). New York Yoshii W.4-1 McMichael Cook JFranco Florida Meadows L.4-5 Henriquez Mantel FHeredia IP 6 1 1 1 H RER BB SO 5 11 6 6 1 4 2 21103 2-31 1 121 11-31 0 0 1 1 WP—Meadows. Umpires—Home, West; First, Kellogg; Second, Danley; Third, Quick. T—2:43. A—15,654(41,855). BREWERS 3, PIRATES 2 PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE abrhbl 5000 3021 3010 4111 4000 4000 0000 4000 3010 1000 1110 0000 1000 Wmack2b AMrtin If Kendall c KYng1b Alnswit cf JGIIen rf Rincon p ARamrz 3b Plcvich ss Schmdt p Strange ph Chrstns p TWardrf Vina 2b Clrillo3b Bumitz rf Nilsson 1b Loretta 1b Jenkins II JsVntin ss Mtheny c DrJksncf Wodard p MMyrsp Wckmnp DJones p Nwlield ph Wodall p Totals abrhbl 5120 4120 4010 3021 2011 3000 4000 4000 3110 3021 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 Totals 33 2 6 2 Totals 36311 3 Pittsburgh 000 000 011 0—2 Milwaukee 110 000 000 1—3 One out when winning run scored. E^lenkins (1). DP—Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee I. LOB—Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 9. 2B— Strange (6), Cirillo (8), Nilsson (4), DrJackson (3), Woodard 2 (2). HR—KYoung (11). SB— AMartin (8). CS—AMartin (1). S—Schmidt, Cirillo. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Schmidt 7 92213 Christiansen 1 00003 Rincon L.0-2 11-32 1 1 2 2 Milwaukee Woodard 7 41006 MMyers 1-31 0000 Wickman 2-300000 DJones 1 11103 WoodallW,1-2 1 00000 Woodard pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP—by Woodard (AMartin), by Woodard (Polcovich), by Woodard (Kendall). Umpires—Home, Davidson; First, Gorman; Second, Hallion; Third, Crawford. T—2:35. A—10,274 (53,192). DODGERS 3, ASTROS 1 LOS ANGELES HOUSTON abrhbl 4010 4021 3010 4000 4220 4010 4012 0000 4000 3100 0000 0000 1000 EcYng 2b Vzcaino ss Shffieldrf Bonilla 3b Mndesi cf Karros 1b Hlndsw If Rdnsky p CJhnsn c Dtilort p Guthrie p Osunap THwrd tl Biggio 2b DeBell rf Spiers 3b Hidalgo H Everett cf Gtecrez ss Phillips 1b Berry 3b Asmus c Alou ph Esebioc BrQmn p DWard ph Nlkwskp DHenry p DCIarkph BWgnrp Totals PMres ss TWIker2b Molitordh Merced 1b RCmer 3b Lawlon cf Ochoa rt Stnbchc Hcking II TGdwin cf McLmr2b Greerll JuGnlz rf WCIartOb IRdrgzc Simms dh Alicea dh Elsler ss Cedeno ss FTalis 3b Totals abrhbl 5220 3100 5133 5021 5021 4000 2000 2010 0000 4000 3110 Totals 35611 5 Totals 38 511 5 Minnesota 130 001 100-S Texas 002 030 000—5 E—IRodriguez (1). DP—Texas 1. LOB—Minnesota 4, Texas 9. 2B—Ochoa (8), Steinbach (10), JuGonzalez (18), WCIark (8). 3B—TWalk- er (1). HR—TWalker (4). CS—Steinbach (1). SF—Molitor. IP Minnesota Milton 42-3 7 5 5 2 4 Trombley W.2-2 2 10011 Swindell 11-32 0 0 0 1 AguileraS,9 1 10000 Texas Burkett 52-3 9 5 4 1 3 XHmdzL.1-1 11-3 1 1 1 0 1 Bailes 1 00001 DPatterson 1 10000 Umpires—Home, Joyce; First, Clark; Second, Hickox; Third, McKean. T—2:53. A—32,657 (49,166). REDS 7, GIANTS 5 SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI abrhbl 4000 2110 4122 4010 0000 0000 4000 4120 4111 3112 1000 3010 0000 0000 DHmtncf Mueller 3b Bonds If Hayes 1b Tvarez p SReed p Javier rf Aurilla ss RSnchz2b BJhnsn c Mayne ph Grdner p Poolep JKenl 1b RSndrscf LHrris II Shawp BLrkinss Tbnsee c DYng 1b WGme 3b BBoone 2b Nnnally rf Priest p Graves p Nieves ph GWhite p Sllivan p Stynes ph Wlkins If Totals abrhbl 3010 4000 4010 2010 4010 4000 2000 1000 2110 1000 0000 1000 1000 0000 0000 1000 0000 Total! 35 3 8 3 Totals 30 1 5 0 Los Angeles 010 100 100-3 Houston 000 001 000-.1 E—CJohnson (3), Spiers (3), Ausmus (2). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Los Angeles 7, Houston 6. 2B—EcYoung (10), Vizcaino (6), Mondesi (13), Hollandsworth (6), Spiers (11). SB-Vizcaino (2). CS—Everett (7). S—EcY- oung. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles DreilortW,34 6 51116 Guthrie 2-300001 Osuna 1 00022 Radinsky S,10 11-30 0 0 1 3 Houston Bergman L.4-3 6 72213 Nitkowski 1-31 1000 DHenry 12-3 0 0 0 0 0 BWagner 1 00000 Dreifort pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. WP—Oreitort, Bergman. Umpires—Home, Schrieben First, Montague; Second, DeMuth; Third, Reliford. T—2:50. A—17,190(54,370). H RER BB SO WHITE SOX 12, YANKEES 9 NEW YORK . CHICAGO abrhbl 2300 4200 5211 5135 3010 4000 4000 4010 3100 34 9 6 6 Baseball Standings Knblch 2b DJeterss O'Neill rt BWIIms cf Raines dh Curtis II Posadac Sojo3b DSvmlb Totals New York Chicago abrhbl 4321 5241 4120 5234 4121 4122 5000 4110 4110 391217 9 005 013 000- 9 023 301 30x—12 Drham 2b Caruso ss FThmsdh Belle If Vn!ura3b Norton 1b MOrdz rt Cmeron cf Kreuter c Totals E—Caruso (11), Ventura 2 (8). DP—New York 1, Chicago 1. LOB—New York 7, Chicago 9. 2B-0'Neill (15), Durham (11), Belle (17), Norton (7). 3B—BWilliams (5), Durham (5), Cameron (3). HR—BWilliams (7), Belle (10). 3B—Caruso (4), Norton (1), Cameron (7). CS— Curtis (2). SF—Norton. abrhbl 3222 4100 0000 4031 2011 4110 4110 4122 2100 2000 0000 1000 0000 0000 1011 0000 Totals 33 5 9 5 Totals 31 711 7 San Francisco 000 032 000—5 Cincinnati 101 000 23x—7 E—Mueller (6), LHarris (3). DP—San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 3. LOB—San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 7.2B—Aurilia 2 (12), BLarkin 2 (12), BBoone 2 (18). HR—Bonds (13), BJohnson (3), RSanders (3). CS—RSanders (2). S— Taubensee. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Gardner 62-3 7 4 4 4 3 PooleL1-2 1 22200 Tavarez 0 21120 SReed 1-300000 Cincinnati Priest 52-3 8 5 5 1 1 Graves 11-30 0 0 0 2 GWhite 0 10010 Sullivan W,1-2 1 00001 ShawS,15 1 00000 Tavarez pitched to 4 batters in the 8th, GWhite pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. Umpires—Home, Poncino; First, Rippley; Second, Darting; Third, Winters. T—2:44. A—17,742 (52,953). BRAVES 2, EXPOS 0 MONTREAL ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl SntngloJb 3000 Weiss ss 4000 3000 Lckhrt2b 3100 4000 ChJnes 3b 2000 4010 Glrrga 1b 3000 4010 Klesko II 2001 4020 GerWm If 0000 0000 Tucker rt 3000 4010 EddPrz c 3111 3010 AJonescf 3000 2010 GMddx p 3020 0000 Lglnbrp 0000 0000 31 07 0 PHILLIES 10, CUBS 5 PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO ebrhbl 5230 5111 0000 4220 5235 5021 3110 5011 5110 2000 1100 1000 0000 Glnville cf Jlferies If Amaro If SRolen 3b Brogna 1b Lbrthalc Abreu rf MLeivis 2b Rlaford ss MiGcep KJrdan ph Wnslon p Gomes p BBrwnd Mmdni 2b SScsa rt MaGce1b HRdrgz If Blauser ss JHmdz 3b Pscotta p Speierp Hrdtke ph Beckp SMrlnzc JeGnzIz p OrieSb Totals ebrhbl 5000 3110 5223 4000 4230 2010 2001 0000 0000 1000 0000 3011 2000 2000 Totals 411014 6 Totals 33 5 8 5 Philadelphia 000 002 620—10 Chicago 010 001 012- 5 E—Brogna (1), Blauser (5). LOB—Philadelphia 7, Chicago 8. 2B—Brogna (14), MLewis (6), Relaford (9), HRodriguez 2 (10). HR— Brogna (8), SSosa 2 (13). SB—Brogna (4). S— Blauser. SF-JHernandez. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia MiGraceW,3-5 6 62221 Winston 11-31 1 1 0 0 Gomes 12-31 2 2 1 0 Chicago 6 95413 2-333311 11-32 2 2 1 2 1 00001 Baseball today Thursday, May 28 SCOREBOARD Boston at NY Yankees (6:35 p.m. CDT). Boston's Tim Wakefield (6-1) faces David Wells (6-1) of New York. The first-place Yankees took two of three from the second-place Red Sox last weekend, outscoring them 30-12. STARS Tuesday • Scott Erickson, Orioles, allowed one run and five hits in eight Innings to lead Baltimore over Seattle 8-3. • Mike Stanley, Blue Jays, went 3-for4 with a homer and three RBIs in Toronto's 5-2 win at Boston. • Butch Huskey, Mets, drove in five runs in one inning in New York's 10-6 victory over Florida. • Paul O'Neill, Yankees, hit a go-ahead three- run homer In the eighth as New York defeated the White Sox 7-5. • Ken Caminili, Padres, had two doubles and drove in four runs in San Diego's 12-1 win at Art- zone. SLAMS Florida's Ryan Jackson hit a grand slam Tuesday in the Martins' 10-6 loss to the Mels.... Atlanta's Javier Lopez hit a grand slam as the Braves beat the Expos 9-3. STARTERS Tampa Bay's Rolando Arroio, tops among AL rookies in wins and strikeouts, allowed two runs on five hits, striking out seven Tuesday in the Devil Rays' 7-2 win over the Athletics. ... Atlanta's Denny Neagle (7-1) allowed seven hits in seven innings in Tuesday's 9-3 victory over Montreal, improving to 15-1 at Turner Field and 16-1 In home games since he ioined the Braves in 1996. Going back to his tenure with the Pins- burgh Pirates, Neagle is 30-3 in 52 home starts since the beginning of 1995. SIDELINED Pittsburgh pitcher Jeff Tabaka was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a fractured |aw. He was punched Sunday night during a dispute with roommate and fellow reliever Marc Wilkins at the Pfister Hotel In Milwaukee.... Arizona third baseman Matt Williams missed his second straight start because of a bruised left palm. He will have an MRI today.... The Padres played without Tony Gwynn, who fouled a ball off his right foot Monday night. X-rays were negative, but he was rested. STATS The Atlanta starters in the three-game series with Montreal beginning Tuesday — Denny Neagle, Greg Maddux and Dennis Martinez — have 503 career wins. Montreal's three scheduled starters have won a total of two.... Gary Sheffield is 16-for 36 (.444) with two homers, nine RBIs and seven runs in 10 games with the Dodgers. He has reached base 24 limes In 41 at-bats. STORK Wendy Selig-Prleb, who has been running the Brewers while her father, Bud Selig serves as acting commissioner, had her first baby, Natalie Marie, on Monday. SEASONS May 28 1946 — The Washington Senators beat New York 2-1 in the first night game at Yankee Stadium. The first ball was thrown out by General Electric president Charles E. Wilson. 1951 — After going O-for-12 in his first three major league games, Willie Mays of the New York Giants hit a home run off Warren Spahn In a 4-1 loss to the Boston Braves. 1956 — Dale Long of the Pittsburgh Pirates hit a home run In his eighth consecutive game, a major league record. 1988 — The American League announced that the league will be split into two divisions. The East division will consist of Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit, New York and Washington. California, Chicago, Kansas City, Minnesota, Oakland and Seattle will make up the West. 1979 — George Brett of the Kansas City Royals hit for the cycle and added another home run to beat the Baltimore Orioles 54 in 16 innings. 1986 — Joe Cowley of the Chicago White Sox set a major league record by striking out the first seven batters he faced. He only lasted 4% innings as the Texas Rangers won 6-3. 1995 — The White Sox and Tigers set a major league record with 12 homers and combined for an American League-record 21 extra-base hits in Chicago's 14-12 victory in Detroit. Today's birthday — Mike DIFelice 29. Wednesday at the French Open tennis championships at Roland Garros Stadium: MEN Second round Ramon Delgado, Paraguay, del. Pete Sam- pras (1), Tampa, Fla., 7-6 (8-6), 6-3,64. Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, del. Emilio Alvarez, Spain, 64,6-2,6-2. Albert Costa (13), Spain, del. Marc-Kevin Goellner, Germany, 64,6-3,6-1. WOMEN Second round Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, del. Melke Babel, Germany, 6-1,6-2. Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, del. Emilie Lolt, France, 7-5,6-0. Monica Seles (6), Sarasota, Fla., del. Marion Maruska, Austria, 2-6,6-1,6-0. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., del. Ai Sugiyama, Japan, 6-0, 6-2. THURSDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP)—Schedule ol matches Thursday on the showcourts and others Involving seeded players at the French Open: Play begins at 4 a.m. CDT Ketarina Studenlkova, Slovakia, vs. Anna Koumikova (13), Russia. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, vs. Thomas Enqvist, Sweden. Gustavo Kuerten (8), Brazil, vs. Marat Safin, Magui Sema, Spain, vs. Mary Pierce (11). France. Natasha Zvereva, Belarus, vs. Iva Majoli (10), Croatia. Sandrine Testud (14), France, vs. Elena Wagner, Germany. Jason Stoltenberg, Australia, vs. Pat Rafter (4), Australia. Conchita Martinez (7), Spain, vs. Rita Grande, Italy. Catalina Cristea, Romania, vs. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (4), Spain. John Van Lottum, Netherlands, vs. Michael Chang (11), Mercer Island, Wash. Alex Corretja (14), Spain, vs. Fernando Vicente, Spain. Byron Black, Zimbabwe, vs. Felix Mantilla (15), Spain. Dominique Van Roost (15), Belgium, vs. Els Gallons, Belgium. Carlos Moya (12), Spain, vs. Pepe Imaz, Spain. Uezel Horn, South Africa, vs. Lindsay Davenport (2), Newport Beach, Calif. Rodotphe Gilbert, France, vs. Richard Krajicek (10), Netherlands. Alberto Berasategui (16), Spain, vs. Gerard Solves, France. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS & RECREATION MEN'S SLOWPITCH League 3 — Lorenson/Brian's Paint 15, Shirts by Francis 5; Gelsendort/Goodcents 17, Rubbernecks 10; Cabinets, etc. 17, OIDC 7. League 4 — Shatkey's Sharks 21, Long Dongs 5; Bushwackers 9, Slap a ho Tribe 8; KASA Controls 12, Big Slix 6. League 5 — Pizza Hut Hammerheads 19, St. John's Military School 14; Systems 4 Inc. 12 Conklin Cars Salina 5; McMasters/Oufpost 16, Midwest Kenworthl. League 6 — Philips Lighting 12, Poor Boys 2; Raytheon Rebels 12, Raytheon Sluggers 9; PKM Sluggers 20, First Southern Baptist 17. WOMEN'S SLOWPITCH League 3 — Ladies Night Out 16, R&R Plumbing & Heating 6; Sharkey's 13, Primes 0; The Hideway Reslurant & Club 17, Paramount Bar 11; Super Tan Inc. & Hair Etc. 14, High Plains Communications 11. Grdzln ss VGrero rt RWhite cf Fllmer 1b Widgerc Slovall pr RPerez II Aridms 3b Vzquez p Vidro ph MMddx p Totals Montreal Atlanta JeGnzIz L,3-5 Pisciotta Speier Beck JeGonzalez pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. HBP—by Gomes (Morandini), by Winston (MaGrace). WP—Pisciotta, Speier. Umpires—Home, Hernandez; First, Marsh; Second, Bonin; Third, Hohn. T—2:49. A—19,354(38,884). Late boxscore TUESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PADRES 12, DIAMONDBACKS 1 SAN DIEGO ARIZONA abrhbl 4231 1010 4211 3124 1100 5011 5121 5131 5223 4100 3110 1000 0000 Texas League First Half Eastern Division W L 33 20 General Pet. .623 .481 .481 .431 GB TA n 10 2'/4 5'A 7 IP H RER BB SO AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB New York • Boston 35 29 .761 — .592 IV. New York RMendoza 3 95501 WBanks 2 33310 Nelson L.2-2 12-34 4 4 3 1 Holmes 11-31 0 0 1 2 Chicago Eyre 5 36064 Baldwin 2-333311 TCastillo 1-30 0 0 2 0 SimasW.M 2 00000 KarchnerS,5 1 00002 TCastillo pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. WP—RMendoza, Nelson. PB—Posada. Umpires—Home, Foster; First, Reed; Second, Tschida; Third, Denkinger. T—3:44. A—15,232 (44,321). Totals 26 232 000 000 000—0 000 000 11x—2 E—Fullmer (6). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Montreal 7, Atlanta 3. 2B—Fullmer (20), Andrews (7), GMaddux (2). HR—EddPerez (3). S—Santangelo, Vidro. SF—Klesko. IP H RER BB SO AFox3b Brede rf DWhile cf YBntezll TLee 1b FRdrgz p Fbrgas ph Valdez p Dllucci II JBell ss Tlmaco p Miller rf Stinnett c Stnkwc 2b Suppan p Browp TBlsla ss Totals 41121612 Totals San Diego Arizona QVeras2b Gomez ss SFinleycl Cminiti 3b Gvnola 3b GVghn II GMyrs c MaSwy 1b RRivra rt Sheets ss KBiwnp EWIms ph Cfleyes p abrhbl 4020 4120 3010 1010 3000 0000 1001 0000 3000 2010 0000 2020 4000 4010 0000 1000 2000 34 110 1 205 040 001—12 000 000 010- 1 Montreal Vazquez L.1-6 7 21124 MMaddux 1 11101 Atlanta GMaddux W.7-2 81-3 6 0 0 1 6 Llgtenberg S,7 2-31 0000 Umpires—Home, Tata; First, Davis; Second, Bell; Third, Meals. T—2:09. A—32,834 (50,528). METS 8, MARLINS 2 NEW YORK FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl McRae cl 5100 Dnwdy cl 4000 Gilkey II 5231 Mantel p 0000 DP—San Diego 3. LOB—San Diego 8, Arizona 7. 2B—Gomez (12), Caminiti 2 (6), MaSweeney (3), Brede (6). 3B—RRivera (1). HR—RRivera (1). SB—QVeras (9), SFinley (4), Sheets (4). SF—SFinley, Caminili. IP H RER BB SO San Diego KBrownW,4-3 CReyes Arizona Suppan L.I-5 Brow Telemaco FRodriguez Valdez 1 21-3 21-3 21-3 1 1 Arkansas (Cardinals) Jackson (Astros) 25 27 Shreveport (Giants) 25 27 Tulsa (Rangers) 22 29 Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 29 22 .569 Midland (Angels) 27 25 .519 El Paso (Brewers) 24 28 .462 Wichita (Royals) 22 29 .431 Tuesday's results Wichita 11, El Paso 9 Shreveport 3, Arkansas 2,1st game Arkansas 7, Shreveport 2,2nd game Jackson 9, Tulsa 1 San Antonio 8, Midland 1 Wednesday's results El Paso 6, Wichita 2 Arkansas 7, Shreveport 2 Jackson 8, Tulsa 5 Midlands, San Antonio 4 Thursday's games Wichita at El Paso, 7:30 p.m. Arkansas at Shreveport Jackson at Tulsa San Antonio at Midland Wranglers linescore Tuesday's game WICHITA 11, EL PASO 9 Wichita 221 200 031 — 11 16 5 El Paso 230 001 021 — 9 12 5 WP — Prihoda (54). LP — Wunsch (1-3). S — Santiago (7). 2B — W: Quinn. HR — W: Pellow, Gonzalez; EP: Perez, Correra. NCAA ICWS College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Rorida State (53-18) vs. Arizona State (38-22), 2:30 p.m. Miami, Fla. (50-10) vs. Long Beach State (4121-1), 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 30 Southern California (44-16) vs. Louisiana State (46-17), 12:30 p.m. Florida (46-16) vs. Mississippi Stale (41-21), 6:30 p.m. Umpires—Home, Wendelstedt; First, Layne; Second, Rieker; Third, Holbrook. T—2:21. A—41,204(48,500). Tennis French Open HOW SEEDED PLAYERS FARED PARIS (AP) — How the seeded players fared Transactions BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Signed OF Aaron Gordnler and RHP Jason Farmer to minor- league contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS—Recalled LHP Dan Serafini from Salt Lake of the PCL. National League NL—Suspended Chicago Cubs C Sandy Martinez for two games and Atlanta OF Curtis Pride for one game for their actions In a fight on May 25. ATLANTA BRAVES—Signed C Javy Lopez to a three-year contract extension through 2001. CHICAGO CUBS—Placed C-INF Tyler Houston on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Justin Speier from Iowa ol the PCL COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed RHP Kevin Ritz on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 18. Purchased the contract ol RHP David Wainhouse from Colorado Springs of the PCL. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Purchased the contract of LHP Robert Dodd from Scranton- Wdkes-Barre of the International League. Sent LHP Greg Whiteman outright to Clearwater of the Florida State League. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—Signed LB Andre Collins to a two-year contract. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed CB Eric Warfield to a three-year contract. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Re-signed OL Ben Bordelon to a one-year contract. WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed WR Pat Palmer. HOCKEY National Hockey League CAROLINA HURRICANES—Signed F Robert Kron to a four-year contract extension, through 2002-03. Announced the resignation of Jim Loria, director ol public and community relations. COLORADO AVALANCHE—Fired Marc Crawford, coach. LOS ANGELES KINGS—Agreed to terms with RW Greg Phillips on a three-year contract. COLLEGE INDIANA COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Announced it's changing its name to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, which will include Anderson, Bluffton, Franklin, Hanover, Manchester, Mount St. Joseph, Wabash and Wilmington. AKRON—Promoted assistant basketball coach John Bums from part-time to full-time status. Named Vincent Maculaitis director of marketing and promotions. CALIFORNIA, PA.—Announced the resignation ol Kim Koltmeier, assistant women's soccer coach and Matt Davis, assistant men's basketball coach. FLORIDA—Announced the resignation of Mary Wagner, assistant sports information director to become media relations coordinator tor USA Swimming. FRANCIS MARION—Announced the resignation ol Rich Kelrstead, assistant baseball coach. GEORGIA SOUTHERN—Named Wendy Schott assistant volleyball coach. KANSAS WESLEYAN— Named Jennifer Head women's basketball coach and volleyball coach. THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS DIGEST Crawford not returning as coach of Avalanche By The Associated Press DENVER — Two years ago, Marc Crawford led the Colorado Avalanche to the Stanley Cup. Wednesday, he decided to let someone else give it a try. Despite being offered a one-year contract extension to coach the Avalanche through the 1999-2000 season, Crawford decided to leave Colorado to pur : sue other opportunities. _ "It comes back to trusting your gut instincts, and my instincts are telling me right now the time is right to move on and accept a new challenge," an emotional Crawford said. "It's something that you look at, and it has to serve the best interest of the people around me, most notably my wife and children. It's very important for them to be around someone who feels fulfilled. In niy life, that's what I need personally." Crawford said he is confident the Avalanche will release him from his obligations to the team. •• • "I think we're all mature. We all understand .the magnitude of this decision, and I expect that down the line I'm going to be able to pursue whatever opportunities there may be for me," he said. Auto racing INDIANAPOLIS — Driver Jim Guthrie, injured in a crash during the Indianapolis 500, was released Wednesday from Methodist Hospital and new back to his home in Albuquerque, N.M. , Guthrie, 36, was the only driver hurt in a sevens car crash on the 49th lap of Sunday's race. He underwent surgery for a broken right elbow and also broke his left leg, cracked ribs and received a small cut to his right leg. Doctors have said he likely will remain hospitalized another day or two. Full recovery has been projected for 4-6 weeks. Basketball KARLSRUHE, Germany — Lisa Leslie scored 20 points as the United States dominated inside and routed European champion Lithuania 87-61 in Group B play at the Women's World Champi-. onships on Wednesday. The victory clinched a second-round berth for the U.S. The U.S. plays winless Senegal today in an attempt to gain the top seed in the next round, which begins in Bremen on Saturday. • Y MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Rosado's five-hit shutout lifts Royals past Angels By The Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. — Jose Rosado pitched a five-hitter to snap a personal six-game losing streak and Dean Palmer drove in three runs as Kansas .City beat Anaheim 4-0 Wednesday night. . ' Rosado (1-4), the winning pitcher in last year's All-Star Game, limited the Angels to five singles, walked none 4 and struck out five ~~ in his second career shutout. He Angels o didn't allow a runner past second base until the ninth. .,.•«, Palmer had an RBI groundout in the first and a two-run single in the sixth. Jim Edmonds and Dave Hollms each had two hits for Anaheim. Angels starter Omar Olivares (2-2) gave up four runs and four hits in seven-plus innings. The Royals scored a run in the first without a hit. Jose Offerman walked with one out, and Hal Morris followed with a grounder to third baseman Dave Hollins, whose throw to first sailed into a photographers' area next to the Kansas City dugout. Offerman took third and Morris went to second on the error. Offerman then came home on Palmer's groundout. Johnny Damon led off the Kansas City sixth with a single and stole second before Olivares walked Offerman. Morris reached on a fielder's choice bunt that loaded the bases, and Palmer followed with a two-run single to left. Jeff Conine's sacrifice fly in the eighth capped the scoring. • Game Notes: Rosado, the Royals' only 1997 All-Star, pitched one inning of relief in that game and gave up a game-tying homer. But he got the win when Sandy Alomar homered to give t the AL a 3-1 win.... The Royals had allowed at least three runs in an inning in eight straight games before Wednesday night. ... Rosado was a .reliever when the season started, but became a starter May 10 after Hipolito Pichardo went on the DL. Olivares also began the season in the bullpen but replaced the ailing Jack McDowell in the starting rotation on May 1. Cardinals 2, Rockies 1 ST. LOUIS — Mark McGwire didn't hit a home run, and St. Louis' 17-game homer streak came to an end. But the Cardinals still won. Todd Stottlemyre worked into the eighth inning for the fourth straight start and just missed his third straight complete game, outpitching Darry Kile in a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Rock- ies on Wednesday night. "With all the attention some of the position players have gotten, Stottle- myre deserves his share," manager Tony La Russa said. "He's done it over and over again. He's having a heck of a year." Stottlemyre struck out seven in 8 1-3 innings and walked four. He and Kent Mercker are the only starters left from the opening-day rotation due to injuries, but he said he wasn't trying to carry the team. "I put a lot of expectations on myself anyway," Stottlemyre said. "I've just got to try to go out and be as good as I can each time." It was a quiet night for McGwire, who on Monday became the first player ever to hit 25 home runs before June 1. McGwire spent most of the night ducking Kile's curveballs and was 0- for-3 with a walk, taking two called third strikes and hitting a fly ball to right field. He had homered in his last four games, and six of the previous seven. Football NEW YORK — The NFL has sold the rights to its chunk of cyberspace to ESPN in the latest link between two of sports' major powers. The deal was for three years. Figures weren't announced, although reports have said that ESPN will pay the NFL at least $10 million. Under the agreement, ESPN will produce material for the NFL's Web site, NFL.com, although the exact content has yet to be determined. ESPN has been producing the site for the past two years, but it expects to add additional features under the new agreement. One item unlikely to be on the site is real- time video play-by-play of NFL games, something that ESPN's Web site has for both baseball and basketball. It will run a text play-by-play of games, as it did last season. That's because of the NFL's broadcast contracts, including the television package, $17.6 billion over eight years from four networks, including ESPN. The benefit to ESPN would come from selling advertising on its sites, including NFL.com. The NFL Web site is one of the most frequented among sports leagues, with an estimated 1.69 million visitors in the first three months of 1998. SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco 49ers and veteran defensive end Chris Doleman agreed to terms on a contract extension. The 36-year-old Doleman, an eight-time Pro Bowl selection, ranks seventh in National Football League history with 127 % sacks. His 12 sacks last season ranked second on the team behind defensive tackle Dana , Stubblefield's 15. Golf ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Oklahoma State's charge to the top of the leader'board Wednesday in the NCAA golf championship started out as a crawl. Four Cowboys broke par to give Oklahoma State an opening round of 10-under 278 and a one-shot lead over Georgia. Sophomore Ed Loar's 68 led the Cowboys and Bo Van Pelt, Howell and Boyd Summerhays each shot 70. Tennis ATHENS, Ga. — Oklahoma State's Pavel Ku- - drnac came within two points of being just the . third No. 1 seed to lose in the first round of the ; . NCAA Men's Tennis Tournament on Wednesday, but escaped with a 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-5), 6-2 victory over Texas Christian's Esteban Carril. All eight seeds advanced to the second round of the 64- player, single-elimination tournament. It was the first time since 1993 that all of the top eight seeds advanced. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Stanford's Julie Scott beat No. 1 seed Mirela Vladulescu of Alabama- . Birmingham Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA women's tennis championship. Vlad- ulescu, who saved match points against her in the first and third rounds, rallied from being down 3-5 in the third set before losing 6-4, 4-6, 7-5. In doubles, Florida's top-seeded and two-time defending NCAA champion team of Dawn Buth and Stephanie Nickitas won in straight sets. 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