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SALINA JOURNAL BASEBALL SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1998 T BY THE NUMBERS Standings Netf'Vork Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L 37 12 30 28 25 24 22 26 29 29 Pet. .755 — .577 8'A .519 11Vi .463 14% .453 Cleveland Minnesota Detroit Chicago Kansas City Central Division W L Pel 31 22 .585 24 28 .462 21 29 GB 15 GB BV4 .420 8Vi 21 31 .404 9% 20 32 .385 10% :. West Division W L Pet. GB Texas 32 21 .604 — .Anatieim 26 26 .500 5% Seattle 25 29 .463 7% •OaWand 22 30 .423 9% Friday's Games Detroit 8, Chicago White Sox 7 Cleveland 7, Toronto 3 '. Seattle 6, Tampa Bay 2 Baltimore 6, Texas 3 ' NY Yankees 6, Boston 2 > .Ahaheim 3, Minnesota 1 •j-. Kansas City 5, Oakland 3 Saturday's Games Bostons, N.Y.Yankees 2 ; - Tbronto 4, Cleveland 2 - Tampa Bay 5, Seattle 2 •''Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 0 , Texas 10, Baltimore 8 Minnesota 8. Anaheim 1 OaWand 10, Kansas City 4 Sunday's Games Chicago White Sox (Parque 0-0) at Detroit (F.Castillo 2-2), 12:05 p.m. Cleveland (Nagy 6-2) at Toronto (Henlgen 73), 12:05 p.m. Boston (Martinez 5-1) at N.Y. Yankees (Pet- title 6-4), 12:15 p.m. Seattle (Fassero 5-2) at Tampa Bay (Ruebel 0-1), 12:35 p.m. Texas (Oliver 2-5) at Baltimore (Erickson 5-5), 12:35 p.m. OaWand (Rogers 6-2) at Kansas City (Belcher 3-6), 1:05 p.m. Anaheim (McDowell 1-2) at Minnesota (Morgan 2-1JJ:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 'NsW'Vork Philadelphia •Montreal Florida* ..Houston 'Chicago SJ- LP.™ Milwaukee '-Cincinnati .•plttsbJrgh 39 30 25 20 17 .600 .481 .370 .315 Central Division W L Pet. 33 21 .611 30 24 .556 .538 ,519 .464 .455 West Division W L Pet. 33 21 .611 32 24 .571 28 27 26 25 12 18 21 GB 3 4 5 GB Cleveland Gooden 1,0-2 52-3 23323 Morman 1-310001 Plunk 2-311010 vlllone 0 00010 Mesa 11-320012 Toronto WWImsW,6-2 62-3 5 2 2 3 6 Plesac 1-31 0001 Quanthll 1 00013 RaMyersS,13 1 00012 vlllone pitched to 1 batter in the 7lh, Plesac pitched to 1 barter in the 8lh. Umpires—Home, Denklnger; First, Foster; Second, Reed; Third, Tschida. T—3:01. A-37,179 (51,000). DEVIL BAYS 5, MARINERS 2 SEATTLE TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbi Cora2b 2010 McCknct 4010 ARdrgzss 2100 Cairo2b 3110 GrtyJrcl 4110 BoggsSb 3210 Segui tb 4021 McGrfl 1b 3110 EMrtnzdh 4000 Srrentodh 3000 GHilllf 4000 MKellyH 3123 HDavlsSb 3000 DaMrlzrl 3011 Mrzanoc 2000 DiFlcec 3011 Duceyrf 3000 Stackerss 4000 Totals 28 2 4 1 Totals 29 5 8 5 Seattle 200 000 000—2 Tampa Bay 300 020 OOx—5 DiFeiice reached first on catcher's Interference. E—Marzano (1), Stacker (3). DP—Seattle 1, Tampa Bay 3. LOB—Seattle 4, Tampa Bay 8. 2B—DaMartinez (8). SB—ARodriguez 2 (10), Gritley Jr (3), MKeBy (7). CS-MKelly (1). S— Cairo. IP H RER BB SO Seattle CloudeL,3-3 42-3 B 5 5 4 Spoljaric 12-3 0 0 0 1 Slocumb 12-30 0 0 1 Tampa Bay DSpringerW,2-8 5 2213 Aldred 1-30000 Yan 21-3 1 0 0 0 Ruebel 1-30000 RHmdzS,10 1 1000 DSpringer pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. HBP—by DSpringer (ARodriguez), by DSpringer (Mariano). PB—Marzano. Umpires—Home, Reilly; First, Cederstrom; Second, Cralt; Third, O'Nora. T—2:50. A—40,212 (45,200). AFoxrf 3000 DHmlnd 0000 TBtsta2b 4010 Javtercl 2110 TLeelb 4000 Mueller3b 3001 MWlmsSb 4000 BondsII 4011 Dllucdct 3100 JKenl2b 3110 JBellss 4000 Hayes 1b 3010 FRdrgzp 0000 Nenp 0000 Fbrgas c 2011 CrJnes rl 4130 St'nnettc 1000 BJhnsnc 4022 Bredell 2000 RSnchzss 4000 Daalp 3000 Hrshsrp 2110 Sdwskyp 0000 RRdrgzp 0000 Slnkwc2b 1000 SReedp 0000 Snow 1b 0000 Totals 31 1 2 1 Totals 29 4104 Arizona 000 100 000—1 San Francisco 000 002 11x—4 E—Stinnett (2), RSanchez (3). DP—Arizona 2. LOB—Arizona 8, San Francisco 7. 2B— TBatista (4), Hayes (4). SB-^JKent (5), Crjones (2). S—RRodriguez. SF—Mueller. IP H RER BB SO Arizona DaalU-3 51-3 6 2 2 2 3 Sodowsky 2 32201 FRodriguez 2-310012 San Francisco HershiserW.5-3 6 21056 RRodriguez 1 00001 SReed 1 00002 NenS,14 1 00002 HBP-by Sodowsky (Javier). PB-BJohnson. Umpires—Home, RelHord; First, Schrieben Second, Montague; Third, DeMuth. T—2:49. A—28,185(62,000). CUBS 9, BRAVES 8 ATLANTA CHICAGO abrhbl OGIIenss 5120 BBrwncf 3000 2011 4001 3211 4110 4000 0000 3110 3122 0000 Mmdni 2b Mieske rl MaGce 1b HRdrgzll Lo*erycf Blauser ss JHmdzSb SMrlnzc Trchsel p White ph abrhbl 4100 5241 4112 4212 4121 0000 5131 5010 4021 2110 t 000 0000 0000 0000 27 23 17 .491 .418 .309 2 6% 10V4 16% San Diego San Francisco Los Angeles : Colorado Arizona; Friday's Games Chicago Cubs 5, Atlanta 3,11 innings - ,N.Yi Mats 11, Philadelphia 0 .- Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 1 '• MiWaukee 4, Florida 3,11 innings .. Houston 7, Colorado 6 Cincinnati 8, Los Angeles 4,12 innings St. Louis 8, San Diego 3 ' San Francisco 3, Arizona 1 . ' Saturday's Games Chicago Cubs 9, Atlanta 8 •' San'Francisco 4, Arizona 1 ;-, Colorado 6, Houston 3 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 3 rJ.Y. Mels 6, Philadelphia 4 -iRiltsburgh 8, Montreal? .1 Milwaukee 12, Florida 4 ". SL Louis at San Diego, (n) 1 Sunday's Games : N.Y. Mels (Jones 4-3) at Philadelphia (Portu- 'gal 2-Y), 12:35 p.m. - • Montreal (Batista 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Cordova >5-3), 12:35 p.m. Florida (Sanchez 3-1) at Milwaukee (Karl 5-2), 1:05 p.m. . ! Houston (Lima 6-2) at Colorado (Jones 1-0), 2:05 p.m. 'Cincinnati (Remlinger 3-6) at Los Angeles (Valdes 4-6), 3:05 p.m. • S|. Louis (Lowe 0-0) at San Diego (Brown 4-3), ji:05 pm Arizona (Suppan 1-5) at San Francisco (Rueler 6-3), 3:05 p.m. Atlanta (Neagle 7-1) at Chicago Cubs (Tapani 6-3), 7:05 p.m. American League '• •••. '•.'ATHLETICS 10, ROYALS 4 OAKLAND KANSAS CITY ' . abrhbl 4110 5112 5221 5225 5020 0000 4000 3110 1110 1010 5120 Mackph 5111 431014 9 CHICAGO Drham2b Caruso ss FThmsdh Belle II Vntura 3b Crdero 1b JAbbott rf MOrdzd O'Brien c TIGERS 6, WHtTE SOX 0 DETROIT abrhbl 4000 4010 4010 4010 3000 3010 3000 3020 3010 31 070 abrhbl 4221 4033 4020 3111 1000 4111 4010 3000 0000 3000 3220 33 612 6 000 000 000-4) 010 021 20x—6 Barteecf Randa3b Hggnsnd ToClrkdh Mantodh LGnzlzll Easley2b Ctlnottolb BRpkn 1b Bakoc DCruzss Total: Totals Chicago Detroit E—O'Brien (3). DP-Chicago 4, Detroit 3. LOB-Chicago 4, Detroit 3.2B—MOrdonez (8), Bartee 2 (3). HR—ToClark (6), LGonzalez (5). CS-Cordero(1),Easley(5). IP H RER BB SO Chicago NavarroL.4-6 61-312 6 5 0 5 Fordham 12-3 0 0 0 0 0 Detroit MoehlerW,5-4 9 70002 Umpires—Home, Culbreth; First, Cooper; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T—2:18. A—17,946 (46,945). Lckhrt2b Grflnno2b ChJnes 3b Glrrga 1b Klesko II JLopez c Writers p Tucker rl AJones d Seanez p EddPrzc 0100 Mlhllndp Mllwodp 1000 Beckp GetWmph 1012 BPtrsnp Embre p 0000 DBIstad 2121 Totals 35 811 a Totals 389158 Atlanta 010 300 004-8 Chicago 330 201 OOx—9 E-Galarraga (6). DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Atlanta 6, Chicago 10.2B—Tucker (16), AJones 2 (11), Morandini (9), MaGrace (15). HR—Mieske (1), HRodriguez (11). S—Trachsel. SF—Galarraga. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Millwood L.7-2 3 96623 Embree 22-3 5 3 1 2 4 Seanez 11-31 0 0 0 1 Wohlers 1 00001 Chicago Trachsel W.6-1 6 64434 Mulholland 2 44412 Fntenotp 1000 Mthenyc 4222 Omsbtp 1000 Orjksncl 5133 Hnrqezp 0000 Eldredp 3010 Ojala p 0000 AReyes p 1000 Cnglosiph 1000 Nwfieldph 1000 ALrkinp 0000 Owens2b 0000 Wehnerit tOOO Totals 32464 Totals 39121611 Florida 020 000 020— 4 Milwaukee 001 230 60x-12 E—flenteria (10), JsValentin (11). DP-Florida 1, Milwaukee 1. LOB— Florida 7, Milwaukee 16. 2B—Floyd (16), Vina (12), Jenkins (5), Eldred (1). HR—Zaun (2), DrJackson (1). SB— Vina (8), DrJackson (1). CS—Renteria (6). S— Matheny. IP H RER BB SO Florida Fontenot L.0-2 32-3 7 3 3 4 Darensbourg 2-31221 Henrique? 2-32110 0|ala 1 1001 ALarkin 1-30444 FHeredia 12-35 2 1 1 Milwaukee EldredW,1-4 5 4204 AReyes 2 0001 DJones 2 2220 Eldred pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. HBP—by Henriquez (Vina), by Eldred (Dunwoody). Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Crawford; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T—3:18. A—21,013(53,192). Late boxscores FRIDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE GIANTS 3, DIAMONDBACKS 1 ARIZONA SAN FRAN Beck BPalterson S,1 Mulholland pitched to 4 batters in the 9th. Umpires— Home, Hohn; First, Hernandez; Second, Marsh; Third, Bonin. T— 3:24. A— 39,817 (38,884). Dlluccl II DWhited MWIms 3b TLeelb JBell ss Stinnett c YBntezrl TBIsta2b Blair p Miller ph RPmgrp Totals Arizona San Francisco abrhbl 3010 4010 4000 4000 4111 3000 3000 3010 2000 1000 0000 31 1 41 abrhbl 4010 4110 3122 3000 2000 3000 3110 3011 1000 1000 0000 27363 000 000 100—1 200 010 OOx—3 DHmtnd Mueller 3b Bonds II JKent2b Hayes Ib Maynec Javier rl Aurilia ss Estes p Benard ph Nenp Totals E—JKent (10). DP—Arizona 2, San Francisco 1. LOB—Arizona 4, San Francisco 2.2B—Del- lucci (7), TBatista (3), DHamilton (7). 3B-^lavier (3). HR-^IBell (7), Bonds (14). S—Estes. IP Arizona Blair L.2-8 7 RSpringer 1 San Francisco Estes W.4-5 8 NenS,13 H RER BB SO Umpires—Home, DeMulh; First, Reliford; Second, Schrieber; Third, Montague. T—2:17. A—16,859(62,000). Hndrsnll Sptezi9,2b Grieve rf B fivers 3b • Giambi 1b VolgHb KAbbotdh Hindi c Stairs ph Mclrine c Chrslnsd Tejada ss Totals Oakland .Kansas City Damon d Otlrmn2b HMrris 1b Palmer 3b JKingdh Sutlon II Dyerf Fasano c Pndlton ph abrhbl 4030 4011 3000 4121 4000 4000 4221 3111 1000 3010 1000 TWINS 8, ANGELS 1 ANAHEIM MINNESOTA abrhbl Erstad If 4010 DvHlns3b 4000 4020 2000 0000 4000 4121 4010 4010 4010 34 1 8 1 abrhbl 3210 1000 5230 4221 4123 4022 4010 3000 4111 3000 358127 000 100 000—1 321 000 20x- Nixon d Ochoart TWIker2b Molitordh Merced Ib RCmer3b Lawlonrf PMres ss Stnbchc Hcking II Totals Totals 35 410 4 001 001 026—10 001 001 200— 4 ET-Oiferman (7), Palmer 2 (12), Halter (5). tfP—Oakland 1, Kansas City 1. LOB—Oakland 8, Kansas City 7.2B—Tejada (1). HR—Blowers 2 (4), Palmer (12), Dye (2), Fasano (1). S—Damon. IP H RER BB SO .. Oakland Haynes 6 74423 Groom 1 10000 TaylOrW.1-5 2 20002 , Kansas City Rusch 7 52113 Service 2-322202 Harjey 1-31 0000 Pichardb L.2-3 0 35510 Whisenant 2-331100 flevil ' . 1-300000 Haynes pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, Pichardo pitched to 5 batters in Ihe 9th. Umpires—Home. Roe; First, Merrill; Second, -Scott; Third, Phillips. T—2:52. A—30,341 (40,625). Edmndd Salmon dh Bolick dh Fielder Ib GAndsnr) Wibeckc NMifinZb DSrcna ss Totals Anaheim Minnesota DP—Minnesota 1. LOB—Anaheim 8, Minnesota 6. 2B—Edmonds (18), TWalker (15), Merced (4). HR-GAnderson (5), Steinbach (3). SB—Nixon 2 (6), TWalker 2 (7), Molitor (3). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim KHillL.7-4 2 75520 DeLucia 4 21103 Holtz 2-33221 2 PHatris 11-30 0 0 0 1 Minnesota RadkeW,7-3 7 61114 Swindell 1 10010 Naulty 1 10000 WP—Hote 2. PB—Steinbach. Umpires—Home, McCoy; First, Johnson; Second, Meriwether; Third, Evans. T—2:46. A—16,827 (48,678). REDS 7, DODGERS 3 CINCINNATI LOS ANGELS abrhbl 5231 3112 5022 0000 4011 3 1 1 .1 5020 5000 3100 3220 1000 1000 RSndrs d Nnnallyrf Stynes II Sllivan p Tbnseoc DYng1b WGme3b BBoone2b abrhbl 5130 5011 3011 4010 4010 4000 4110 3000 1111 1000 1000 1000 0000 1000 Totals 387127 Totals 37 3 9 3 Cincinnati 003 300 100—7 Los Angeles 100 000 002-3 E—WGreene (10), Reese (7), Bonilla (7). LOB—Cincinnati 11, Los Angeles 9. 28— RSanders 2 (5), Nunnally (8), WGreene (8), EcYoung 2 (13), Sheffield (14), Eisenreich (2). HR—DYoung (6). SB—EcYoung (22). CS— Nunnally (3). SF—Taubensee. Hmisch p Nieves ph Wtkins If EcYng 2b Vzcaino ss Shffeld rf Bonilla 3b Mndesi d Hlndswll Esnrich 1b Prince c THwrdph Nomop Weaver p Cedeno ph Bnjske p Knerkoph Totals IP H RER BB SO TEXAS TGdwin d McLmr2b Greet II JuGnlz rl IHdrgzc Stevens 1b Alicea dh Cedeno ss FTalis3b RANGERS 10, ORIOLES 8 BALTIMORE abrhbl 4120 3000 4211 5334 4230 4113 4000 4112 4010 36101210 ByAdsn d EDavis rf Wbsterc Baines dh Carter dh RPImrlb RAImr2b SurhoKII CRpkenSb Holies c Hmndsrf Bordick ss Totals abrhbl 4120 2100 1000 3012 2012 3111 4111 5120 5111 2010 1100 3111 35 811 B Cincinnati HamischW,5-1 Sullivan Los Angeles Nomo 1,2-7 Weaver Bruske CARDINALS 8, PADRES 3 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl 4100 QVeras 2b 3200 Miceli p 4224 0000 0000 4110 5010 5112 4012 3010 4110 0000 36 8 88 Ganlll DeShds2b McGwMb Bttnlldp Painter p RLnkldd BJrdanrf MabrySb Clayton ss Pgnozzi c Plkvskp Ordaz3b Totals St. Louis San Diego abrhbl 3000 0000 3110 4000 4111 4132 3000 4000 3000 2010 0000 1000 31 3 63 000 000 062—8 000 ODD 003—3 SFinleyd Gwynnrl Cminiti3b GVghn H JoyneMb CHmdz c Gomez ss JHmtnp Bhmgr p Gvnda 2b Totals 32-3 7 6 6 3 3 31-3 3 1 1 1 1 2 20022 WP—Harnlsch. Umpires—Home, Wendelstedl; First, Layne; Second, Rieker; Third, Holbrook. T—2:54. A—37,643 (56,000). PIRATES 8, EXPOS 7 MONTREAL PITTSBURGH abrhbl 4220 3210 5(10 4115 0000 4131 Totals Texas 014 000 023—10 Baltimore 000 402 002— 8 LOB—Texas 8, Baltimore 8.2B—IRodriguez (21), ByAnderson 2 (6), Carter (8), Surhotf (14), CRipken (8). HR—JuGonzalez 2 (15), Stevens (12), RPalmeiro (12), RAIomar (5). CS—HAIo- mar (4). S—McLemore, Holies, Bordick. SF— Stevens. IP H RER BB SO BOSTON RED SOX 3, YANKEES 2 NEW YORK DLewisd jjr&ndh JnVnlirt 3b IW/ghrnb O'Lrylt Hltbergc Bnjmiri ss Bragg rl Merlpni2b Totals Boston New York abrhbl abrhbi 3000 KnblchZb 4110 3000 DJelerss 4010 3100 O'Neill rl 4011 4112 TMrtnzlb 4000 3000 BVfflmsd 4030 3110 Slrwbrdh 4000 3000 Curtis II 2100 2000 Posada c 3011 4011 Brosius3b 4000 28 3 3 3 Totals 33 2 7 2 000 200 100-3 001 000 010—2 . E—Saberhagen (1). LOB—Boston 6, New /ork 7.'2B—Halteberg (6). HR—MVaughn (15). SBM<noblauch (13), Curtis (8). CS—Bragg (1), Williams (5). S—Benjamin. • IP H RER BB SO "' Boston SbrhgnW,6-3 62-3 5 1 1 2 6 Corel 1-31 1 100 Gordon S.19 2 10012 New York HlrabuL,4-1 7 33375 Uoyd 1 00001 Nelson 1 00002 , Corsj pitched to 1 baiter in the 8lh. WP—Gordon. Umpires—Home, Barrett; First, Joyce; Second, Clark; Third, Hirschbeck. ' T—2:57. A—55,191 (57,545). BLUE JAYS 4, INDIANS 2 CLEVELAND TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl 5010 Stewartcl 3000 3000 SGreen rf 2211 5110 Cnsecodh 3100 4131 CDIgdO 1b 4022 4000 Crespotl 4000 1000 Sprgue3b 4120 1001 Groeck2b 2010 3000 KLBwnc 3001 3010 AGnzIZ ss 4000 1000 0000 4000 342 6 2 Texas Helling Bailes XHmdzW,2-1 Gunderson DPatterson Wetteland 5,14 Baltimore Munoz Rhodes Ponson L.0-2 C'rwllon TeMathaws 51-3 1-3 12-3 1-3 2-3 2-3 3 4 2-3 2-3 2-3 Lofton cl Vizqgefss Justice dh Thome Ib MRrhrzrl Giles II Whiten II Frymn 3b Brdersc Bmsonph SAImrc DaBell 2b Totals Cleveland Toronto Umpires—Home, McClelland; First, Everitt; Second, Garcia; Third, Hickox. T—3:44. A—47,866 (48,262). National League ROCKIES 6, ASTROS 3 HOUSTON COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl Biggio2b 5120 NPerezss 5011 DeBell rf 4011 Burks d 4011 BgwelMb 4112 Bcherlell 3120 AtouH 2010 CGdwind 0000 Everettd 4010 LWIkerrf 4112 Berry3b 4000 Castilla3b 3000 Asmusc 3000 Helton 1b 4110 4010 Using 2b 3220 0000 Mnwm c 3110 1000 Thmsnp 1001 0000 McElryp 0000 1110 Lskanicp 0000 0000 Clbmn ph 1010 0000 Dipoto p 0000 1000 0000 0000 33 3 6 3 Totals Snlngloll Vidro 2b VGrerort Fllmerlb Urblnap RWhite d Grdzln ss Widgerc Andrws3b Moore p Bennett p MMddx p Hrmnsp McGire 1b Wmack2b AMrSnlf Kendall c KYng 1b JGIIen rf MaMlzd 4010 Chrstns p 4011 ARmrz3b 4000 Plcvich ss 3010 Sanlordph 0000 Silva p 0000 Alnswrtph 1000 Ossens p 0000 Strange ph Loiselle p TWardd 36 711 7 Totals abrhbl 5110 4110 5132 4240 4001 4222 0000 4001 3011 0100 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 Totals 36 711 7 Totals 37 812 7 Montreal 200 140 000-7 Pittsburgh 000 302 003-8 One out when winning run scored. E—VGuerrero (4). LOB—Montreal 6, Pittsburgh 6.2B—Vidro (5), HWhile (9), AMartin (7), KYoung (11). HR—Fullmer (3), MaMartinez (2). SB—HWhite 2(12), Grudzielanek (6). S—Vidro. SF—Fullmer. IP Montreal Moore 5 Bennett MMaddux Hermanson Urbina L.3-2 Pittsburgh Silva 5 Dessens 1 Loiselle 2 Chrstns W.1-1 1 E—Caminiti (8). DP—St Louis 1. LOB—St. Louis 7, San Diego 4. 2B—McGwire (9). HR— McGwire (26), GVaughn (17). CS—SFinley (2). IP H RER BB SO St. Louis PetkovskW,3-1 8 40025 Bottenlield 1-323310 Painter 2-300000 San Diego JHamillon L.3-6 71-3 4 5 5 5 11 Boehringer 2-321 1 1 1 Miceli 1 22101 Balk—Bottenlield. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Dreckman; Second, Pulli; Third, Williams, T—2:31. A-36,648 (59,772). REDS 8, DODGERS 4 12 Innings CINCINNATI LOS ANGELS abrhbl abrhbi RSndrsd 6011 EcYng2b 6121 LHm'sll 4000 Vzcaino ss 5000 EduPrz 1b 2110 Shtfeld rf 4020 BLrkinss 5322 Bonilla3b 5000 Tbnseec 5121 Mndesld 5111 DYng 1b 6122 Karros 1b 4010 WGme3b 6031 Cedenopr 0000 BBoone2b 6110 Knerkotb 1000 Wtkinsrt 3010 Hlndswll 4110 Nievesph 1010 CJImsnc 5121 0100 Park p 3000 1000 Rdnsky p 0000 0000 Esnrich ph 0000 2000 DReyes p 0000 1000 H RER BB SO 2-3 1-3 1-3 Moore pitched to 1 baiter in the 6th. WP—Urbina. Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Quick; Second, West; Third, Kellogg. T—2:42. A—38,149 (47,972). NEW YORK METS 6, PHILLIES 4 Schrekp Phillips ph TMillerp RMIgmph Scanlan p DCIark ph Esebio ph Mgnnte p Spiers ph Totals Houston Colorado Totals 29464 000 101 000-2 100 002 10x—4 , E-i-Barders (4). LOB-Cleveland 10, Toronto a 2B-^lustice (18), Thome 2 (21), CDelgado •(15). 3B—Grebeck (1). HR—Thome (12), SGrean'(IO). SB—SGreen 2 (10). Canseco (14). S—Grebeck. SF—KLBrown. IP H RER BB SO 31 610 5 100 002 000—3 230 100 OOx-6 DP—Colorado 1. LOB—Houston 7, Colorado 8.2B—Biggio (19), Helton (12). 3B—Bogar (1). HR—Bagwell (7), LWalker (7). SB—CGoodwin (2), Helton (2), Lansing 2 (3), Manwaring (1). CS—Everett (9), NPerez (1). S—Thomson. SF—Thomson. IP H RER BB SO Houston Schourek U2-3 2 45520 TMiller 3 21120 Scanlan 1 20000 Magnante 2 20014 Colorado Thomson W.4-5 62-3 6 3 3 2 4 McElroy 1-300001 Leskanic 1 10011 Dipoto S.12 1 10012 WP—Magnante. Umpires—Home, Meals; First, Tata; Second, Davis; Third. Bell. T—2:55. A—48,038(50,381). GIANTS 4, DIAMONDBACKS 1 ARIZONA SAN FRAN abrhbl abrhbl McRaed Gilkeylf Piazza c Olerudlb Alfonzo 3b Baerga 2b JFmcop Huskeyrl ROrdzss ALeilerp Rojas p McMclp LLopez2b Totals New York Philadelphia abrhbl 4000 3221 4110 4111 4011 3111 0000 4121 4010 3000 0000 0000 0000 33 6 95 PHILA Glrwilled Selcik rf Sprdinp SRolen 3b KJrdanlb Lbrthalc MLewis 2b HudlerH Jtlenes II Rlalord ss TGreenp Amarorf Totals abrhbl 5010 3100 0000 3111 3121 4122 4010 3000 1000 4000 2000 2000 Shawp Belinda p Tomko p Graves p Stynes ph Nnnallyrf Totals Cincinnati Los Angeles 0000 THwrdph 1011 1000 Totals 43 4 9 3 101 000 002 004-8 002 000 200 000—4 E—Taubensee (3), Watklns (1). DP-Cincinnati 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Cincinnati 8, Los Angeles 6. 2B—OYoung (18), WGreene (7). 3B—BLarkin (3). HR—BLarkin (4), Mondesi (13), CJohnson (9). SB—Sheffield (8). CS— Watkins (1). S—Hollandsworth. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Tomko 61-3 7 4 2 0 7 Graves 12-3 1 0 0 0 1 ShawW,1-2 3 10010 Belinda 1 00001 Los Angeles Park 862236 Radinsky 1 42200 DReyes LO-1 3 54404 HBP—by Graves (Sheffield). WP—DReyes. Balk—Tomko. Umpires—Home, Holbrook; First, Wendelst- edt; Second, Layne; Third, Rieker. T—3:27. A^t1,479 (56,000). ASTROS 7, ROCKIES 6 HOUSTON COLORADO abrhbl 3321 5033 5000 3211 5022 4120 34 4 7 4 100 103 001—6 001 002 010—4 DP—Philadelphia 2. LOB—New York 2, Philadelphia 6. 2B—Gilkay (10), Olerud (11), Lieberthal (7). HR—Gilkey (2), Baerga (5), Huskey (6), SRolen (10), Lieberthal (6). CS— Huskey (3). IP H RER BB SO New York ALeiterW,5-3 7 6 3 3 2 10 Hojas 0 11110 McMichael 1 00002 JFrancoS.11 1 00001 Philadelphia TGreenL,3-4 7 85517 Spradlin 2 11102 Rojas pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. HBP—oyTGreen (Baerga). Umpires—Home, Darting; Rrst, Winters; Second, Poncino; Third, Rippley. T—2:34. A—30,660 (62,363). BREWERS 12, MARLINS 4 FLORIDA MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Dnwdyd 3011 Vma2b 3320 Rnleriass 4000 DJones p 0000 RJcksn rf 3010 Cinllo 3b 4122 FHrdiap -0000 Bumitzrl 5111 ZetoSb 3210 Nissonlb 3010 Floyd II 4120 Hmelinlb 0101 DLeelb 4000 Jenkins II 6232 Zaun c 4112 JsVnlin ss 2100 I Cunsell 2b 3001 Lorelta ss 2010 abrhbl NPerezss 5120 Burks d 3210 Bchelte II 5010 LWIker rf 3115 Castilla 3b 4111 Clbmn 1b 4010 0000 LriSing 2b 3000 5130 Mnwm c 3000 0000 Aslacio p 0000 5010 Veres p 1010 3000 Batesph 1000 0000 DeJean p 0000 0000 JReed ph 0100 Dipoto p 0000 Helton ph 0000 CGdwinpr 0 Q 0 0 Totals 38 714 7 Totals 32 6 8 6 Houston 222 000 010—7 Colorado 000 100 050-6 E—Abu (3). DP—Houston 2, Colorado 2. LOB—Houston 10, Colorado 6. 2B—Biggio (18), DeBell (17), Alou (15). HR—Spiers (1), LWalker (6), Castilla (18). SB—Biggio (20), Everett (6), Gutierrez (4). CS—Everett (8). S— Hampton. Biggio 2b DeBell d Bgwell 1b Spiers 3b Alou II Hidalgo d Everettd Glenez ss BWgnrp Asmusc Hmptn p DHenry p Bogar ss IP Houston Hampton W.7-2 DHenry BWagnerS,14 Colorado Aslacio L.4-7 H RER BB SO 22-3 21-3 3 1 DeJean Dipoto Umpires—Home, Bell; First, Meals; Second, Tata; Third, Davis. T—2:59. A—48,325 (50.381). Baseball today By The Associated Press SCOREBOARD Sunday, May 31 Atlanta at Chicago Cubs (7:05 p.m.). Atlanta's Denny Neagle (7-1). winner ol six straight. laces Kevin Tapani (6-3), who has an 8-1 record at Wrigley field since joining the Cubs. SWEETNESS Chicago Bears Hall of Famer Waller Payton led the singing ol "Take Me Out To The Ball- game" Friday in the Cubs' 5-3. 11-inning win over the Braves. SIDED RIVALRY The New York Yankees beat Boston lor the 1,000th time in their storied rivalry Friday night, 6-2. New York improved lo 1,000-813 against the Red Sox since they began playing in 1903. Boston is the liflh franchise the Yankees have beaten at least 1,000 times. Quiz: 'I'm so blessed' I In emotional ceremony, former ace reliever ; inducted into Royals' Hall of Fame, By DOUG TUCKER The Associated Press K ANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former relief ace Dan Quisenberry, who is battling brain cancer, was inducted into the Royals' Hall of Fame in ceremonies Saturday night that triggered several standing ovations, along with tears. In the stands, on the field and even in the pressbox, people wept as the popular Quisenberry stood in the infield and thanked everyone in a halting voice for giving him "more than I deserve." "I'm so blessed," said Quisenberry, 45, who underwent surgery for a malignant brain tumor in January. Then he began weeping and turned around to hug wife Janie and their two teen-aged children who had slowly walked out with him as Kansas City's largest crowd since opening day stood and cheered. "I've got this great family," he continued after regaining his composure. "And I played in a special time in this city for the Kansas City Royals." Known for his quick wit and unorthodox sidearm delivery, "Quiz" helped the Royals win American League pennants in 1980 and 1985 and was a key contributor to the seven-game victory over St. Louis in the 1985 World Series. With his sinkerball inducing grounder after grounder, he led the majors from 1979 through 1985 with 217 saves. He retired in 1990 with 244 saves, 13th all-time. Since leaving baseball, he has remained a popular member of the community, spending time writing poetry and assisting in a number of civic and charitable works. In January, Quisenberry was diagnosed with a grade IV brain tumor, which doctors were unable to completely remove. As the ceremony began, the current Royals players lined up shoulder-to-shoulder from first to second base. From second to The Associated Press Kansas City Royals star Dan Quisenberry waves to the crowd at Kauffman Stadium after being inducted into the Royals Hall of Fame Saturday. Quisenberry's wife Janie rides along. third base stood members of the Royal Lancers, a group of Kansas City businessmen and women who help sell season tickets and promote the team. The Oakland A's stood respectfully at the steps of the visitor's dugout. "I loved playing those years with those guys in this stadium. I loved playing in front of you folks, great fans. Great city. Great team," Quisenberry said. He paused, husky-voiced, and waited for another standing ovation to end. As Quisenberry thanked his former teammates for all they had done, the big jumbotron camera caught former second baseman Frank White, now the Royals' first base coach, standing' near first base, sobbing. "This is more than I deserve," Quisenberry said. "This is great. God bless you all. Thanks for the prayers. Thank you very much." Then, to another ringing ovation, he walked over and shook hands with every player and Royal Lancer, and then was driven around the stadium in a convertible. A few minutes later in a brief '' news conference, Quisenberry said he was feeling good in his second round of chemotherapy. ' A's rally, snap Royals' win streak Oakland strikes for eight runs in last two innings to topple Kansas City By DOUG TUCKER The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mike Blowers drove in five runs with two late homers and the Oakland Ath.».. letics scored ALA'S 10 Ben Grieve's RBI single put the A's on top 2-1 in the sixth before Palmer hit his 12th home run in the bottom of the inning. For the second night in a row, center fielder Johnny Damon made an outstanding play to save a run. In the third inning with two out and a runner at third, he ran in and made a sliding catch of Scott Spiezio's sinking line drive. ... * '• Royals six runs in the ninth inning for a 10-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night. Blowers hit a two-run homer off Scott Service in the eighth to tie the game 4-all before capping the big ninth with a three-run shot off Matt Whisenant. In snapping Kansas City's four- game winning streak, the A's went ahead 5-4 in the ninth when Matt Stairs scored on Dean Palmer's error. Scott Spiezio added a two-run single before Blowers hit his fourth home run of the season. Stairs singled leading off the ninth against Hipolito Pichardo (23) and went to second when Ryan Christensen singled off the pitcher's glove. Miguel Tejada then laid down a bunt, but third baseman Palmer's throw to third for the force was wild. Billy Taylor (1-5) got the victory with the help of four Kansas City errors. The right-hander pitched two innings of two-hit relief with two strikeouts. Homers by Jermaine Dye, Palmer and Sal Fasano gave the Royals a 4-2 lead. Dye hit Jimmy Haynes' first pitch of the seventh over the fence in left field for a 3-2 lead. Five pitches later, Fasano hit his first home run of the year over the fence in center. Haynes lasted six innings, allowing four runs on seven hits, with two walks and three strikeouts. Three of the last five batters he faced homered. Tejada's RBI double gave Oakland a 1-0 lead in the third, then the Royals tied it in the bottom of the inning on Jose Offerman's RBI single. THE DAVE FOOR SHOW 9am-10am Weekdays NEWS TALK 91O Todd Jadlow BASKETBALL SCHOOL DAY CAMP JULY 6 -9, 1998 Kansas Wesleyan Muir Gymnasium Salina, Kansas Boys & Girls (Ages 6-16) Call 785-822-0873 for information Sponsored by: Security Savlngi Bank • • Babe Ruth Try Outs Sunday, May 31st 6:00 pm Practice Diamond north of Dean Evans Stadium ~ ** [ 13th Annual Kansas 8-Man All-Star * ® Football Game PUBLIC NOTICE Swimming Pool 3" Chlorine Tabs 50 Ibs. 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