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C 2 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1986 A's extend Red Sox's slide; Yankees pull within 4 games Associated Pra ' Dave Kingman lined a two-run single in the first inning and Carney Lansford followed with an RBI dou-' ble yesterday as the Oakland A's beat Tom Seaver and the visiting Boston Red Sox 4-2. ; , The A's, striving to escape last place in the American League West, ; i, won for the seventh time in eight ; games. The Red Sox, leaders in the .r, Eastern Division, suffered their fifth straight loss and sixth in seven games. Oakland starter Joaquin Andujar (6-2) yielded six hits, including Rich Gedman's two-run homer in the Tourth, in 7V4 innings. The right- A single, a wild pitch and a walk ended Andujar's outing with one out in the eighth. Left-hander Dave Von Ohlen relieved Andujar, got Bill Buckner on a fly to center, and right-hander Steve Ontiveros came on to end the Boston threat by striking out Don Baylor. Ontiveros went the rest of the way for his 10th save. Monday night, Oakland left-bander Curt Young (7-6) allowed only three hits in a 5-2 victory, but lost his bid for both a shutout and a complete game in the ninth when Dwight Evans homered following Baylor's two-out walk. Yankees 1, Rangers 1 Dave MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL hander, who walked two and struck out two, is 2-0 since coming off the disabled list last week. Seaver (4-8) allowed six hits in 6 innings. He is 2-2 since being traded to Boston by the Chicago White Sox on June 29. "I Just made two many mistakes in that first Inning." Seaver said. "I might have been rushing it a little bit The base on balls hurt me, then I made a bad pitch to Kingman and a really bad pitch to Lansford." SCORECARD A's 5, Red Sox 2 MONDAY NIGHT Batten abrkM Oakland abrkM Barrett 2b 3 010 Phillip! 2b 4 111 while blanking San Diego for the first seven innings, and the Chicago Cubs went on to hand the Padres their fifth straight defeat with a 6-4 decision at Wrigley Field. Lynch (2-1) departed after the Padres began the eighth with three consecutive singles and their first run of the game. "He tired in a hurry," Cubs manager Gene Michael said. "All of a sudden he was getting everything up." The Padres scored four runs in the Inning on an RBI single by Tony Gwynn off Lynch, and an RBI single by Jerry Royster and a two-run single by Bruce Bochy off reliever Frank DIPino. Lee Smith pitched the ninth for his 16th save. "You've got to stay close to come from behind and win some games," Padres manager Steve Boros said. "But we haven't been able to keep it close enough." The Cubs scored a run in the first, two more in the fifth and had a three-run rally in the seventh. In Monday NL games: Mets 4, Reds 2 Gary Carter hit a two-run single and New York spoiled the return of Mario Soto by beating host Cincinnati Rick Aguliera (3-3) gave up eight hits in eight innings and struck out a career-high nine. Jesse Orosco worked the final Inning for his 13th save of the season. Soto (3-8), activated from the disabled list last week, had been sidelined since June 19 with shoulder problems. He was taken out In the fifth inning after giving up three runs on six hits. Astros 8, Expos 7 Glenn Davis and Jose Cruz bit run-scoring singles in the ninth inning, rallying Houston past visiting Montreal and into first place in the NL West by one game over the Giants. Winfield and Don Mattlngly led a New York power surge that boosted Dennis Rasmussen (12-2) over Texas for bis seventh straight victory and helped pull the second-plcae Yankees within four games of Boston. Rasmussen allowed just three hits in 6 innings, leaving after he was hit in the left elbow by Toby Har-rah's line drive. Rasmussen, taken to a hospital for X-rays, struck out five and walked three before Brian Fisher came on. The Yankees have not been with in four games of the Red Sox since June 24. The loss was the sixth straight for Texas. Tigers S, Twins 8 John Grubb homered twice and drove in three runs and Walt Terrell (9-8) pitched one-hit ball for eight innings before needing relief help as Detroit beat visiting Minnesota. Terrell held Minnesota hitless until the sixth inning, when Kent Hrbek doubled with two out Terrell left the game with two out in the ninth after singles by Hrbek and Tim Launder and a walk loaded the bases, and Willie Hernandez got the final out for his 19th save. Grubb's homers were two of the four hits off Bert Blyleven (9-9), who has allowed 32 home runs this season. Indians 8, White Sox 4 Chris Bando's two-run double capped a six-run first and Tony Bernazard had two of Cleveland's eight hits in the outburst as the Indians defeated visiting Chicago. Tom Candlottl (9-7) pitched his ninth complete-game victory, allowing eight hits and three walks. The right-handed knuckleballer has won six of his last seven decisions. Neither team had its manager available for most of the game. Cleveland's Pat Corrales was in the second game of a four-game suspension for a July 1 fight in Oakland, and Chicago's Jim Fregosi was eject ed along with catcher Carlton Flsk for arguing balls and strikes in the first inning. Orioles 5, Royals 4 Cal Ripken's solo homer with two out in the eighth, Baltimore's fourth homer of the game, gave the Orioles the victory over the visiting Royals. Rookie Jim Traber drove in three runs with a pair of homers and Fred Lynn added a solo shot as the Orioles twice overcame two-run deficits to forge a 4-4 tie after four innings. Ripken's 15th homer of the season came off reliever Bud Black (4-5), who relieved starter Bret Saberha-gen at the start of the sixth. The winner was Don Aase (4-3), who put down a bases-loaded threat in the eighth with the help of Lynn, who made a diving catch of pinch-hitter Jorge Orta's sinking liner to center. In Monday AL games: Blue Jays 8, Mariners S Jesse Barfield and George Bell hit two home runs each to lead a 16-bit attack and help visiting Toronto beat Seattle. "I set my goals and I'm sure George sets his. I think we really complement each other," Barfield said. "It really takes the pressure off because I know if I have a bad day, he can pick up the slack." The Blue Jays outfielders jumped on Seattle starter Mark Huisman (2-3) for consecutive homers to set off a five-run explosion in the fourth. Barfield led off the seventh with his 23rd homer. Belt, who also homered in the first inning, and Is right behind his teammate with 22 homers, has 10 hits in his last 18 at-bats with five homers and nine RBI. Brewers S, Angels 3 Righthander Bill Wegman (3-8) scattered five hits and pitched into the eighth inning for his first victory in more than a month as touring Milwaukee topped California. National League Ed Lynch allowed just three hits Boggs 3b Television 4010 4 00 0 4 111 3 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 00 0 3 111 3 0 0 0 Griffin as 4 00 0 Conseco If 310 0 Kngma dh 4 111 Lansfrd lb 3 0 0 0 DuBakr rf 0 0 0 0 MOavit rf 3 0 0 0 Murphy cf 3 0 0 0 DHitt 2b Bucknr dk Baylor M DwEvnt rf Stapltn lb Stenhet ph Oulnont tt Suhivanc 4010 3 0 10 Tettleto c 4 0 1 1 Romine cf S) 1 3 2 Totals 33 S 0 4 Totalt Boston . ...... eat osa on-i 114 311 tox-S Oakland IslS p-m. - Baseball: San Diego Padres al Chicago Cuba. (WON) 7-Jt tun. - Baseball: Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Brevet. (WTBS) t pm. Boxing: Light heavyweights, Lionel Byerm vt. Kelvin Kelly, from Philadelphia. (USA) 9 a.m. Pro bowling: Hammer Open from Edmond, Okie.. (ESPN) Radio tclt P.M. Thoroughbred racing: Ellis Park feature. (WTMT-420) 4:34 p.m. Thoroughbred racing: Re- sults and mutuaH. (WTMT-420) 745 p.m. - Baseball: New York Meti al Cincinnati Reds. (WXVW-V4S0) and (WMPI-PM-IOt.t) Game-winnina RBI - None. E-Sut- I, liven. DP-Boston 1, Oaklond 1. LOB Boston 5, Oakland 0. 2B-Tettloton. 3B-Lansford. HR-Klnoman (22), Phillips (5), DwEvant (13). SB-Ro-mlne (2). IP H R ER BB SO BOttM Hurst LW 5 7 5 4 3 2 Schiraldl ft I 0 I 4 Oakland CYoungW,7-t ft 3 2 2 5 4 Soir Va 0 0 0 1 0 WP-CYoung. T-2:2. A-,347. Phillies 3, Braves 1 MONDAY NrOHT PMMtDhieak r k M Atlanta abrkM T&zn Redut if 310 0 Sample rf 3 0 10 Roenick cf 3 0 0 0 Moreno rf 2 0 0 0 American Association EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet SB i-Buffok) SI 43 J4J - ;i shvin so c jii m ;-lndlenapolll 4 41 .500 4 ,. .ulsvtlM 41 S3 Mi tVt WESTERN DIVISION -c Omaha S3 43 .547 a-0envr 52 46 .531 Vt a-Knm ., 47 41 jn 5 a-Oklahom City 42 54 .42 11 "-"H-Latf nlghM gam no! included. " MONDAVI RESULTS - Omaha 4, Louisville 3; Buffalo 4, Oklahoma City 0, Donvor 5, Indiana poll I, Nashville a, Iowa S. LAST NIGHT'S GAMES Louisville 4, Omaha I . Iowa at Nashvllla U .Denver at Indianapollt , Oklahoma City at Buffalo TONIGHTS GAMES Denver at Indianapolis Only gam Khodulod. - Redbirds 4, Royals 1 !' Omaha abrkbi Leuttvllle abrkM ''-Taylor cf ItOtCoKtt 3111 . , Seltier M ) 0 Pettlnl 2b 3111 . Johnson 2b 4 0 t 0 Morrlt cf 4 210 - tephans c 3 1 1 I Persons rf 4 110 Brewer rf 4 0 t 0 LIMaman Ib3 0 0 2 Concpcn dh 4 0 I 0 Tannar 3b 4 110 CUerl lb 1 0 0 0 Manrique ss J t J I -Hecole 3b 3 0 0 0 Bookar dh 4 0 0 0 . Screnton u 3 I 1 0 ColDart c 3 0 0 0 ' Tatal Bill Tatal 31 4 N 4 7 Omaha Rayafei 0M 001 aoo- 1 LootsvM Redbirds . ON Ml III- 4 ' ' Game-winning rbi Llndaman (5). 1 E - Llndaman. DP Omaha I, Loult-' villa 1. LOB - Omaha 5, Loultvllla 7. 2B Morrlt, Tannar. 3B Morrlt, Parsons. SB - Johnion (I), Pattlnl (2), Manrique (II), Cola 2 (14). S - Taylor. Sf Stephens, Manrlqua. IP H R BR BB SO Omaha Hergshmr U0-S 7 10 4 4 2 I Shaw I 0 0 0 0 0 Louisville MagranaW,4-3 3 10 1 Hergesheimer pltchad to two batfart In ma aighfh Inning. WP - Shaw, Ma-gran. HBP Saltiar by Magren. Pettint by Hargerslieimer. T 3:27. A - 7,510. Samuel lb Schmdt 3b Hayes lb GWilson rf JoRssN c GGross ph RoReylt c Jelti it Carman p Schu ph Tekulve p Foley ph Bedrosn D 4 0 0 0 Remiret 3b S 0 1 0 3 0 13 Murphy ct 5 0 10 SOU Simmons lb 4 0 1 0 3 0 10 Virgil c 10 10 3010 McMurtryprO 100 lOOt Benedict c 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Griffey If 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 AThomet n 4 1 1 I 1 0 0 0 Oberkfellb 100 0 1 0 0 0 ZSmlth p 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Gerber p 0 0 0 0 1110 ChambH ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Dedmon o 0 0 0 0 31 1 4 1 Tetats 35 1 1 loraa .......tot 000 012-3 Magrane outduels Hargesheimer, Tanner has banner debut for Birds Atlanta too NO 010-1 io RBI - Schmidt (7). E-Ramlret, Tekulve, Dedmon. LOB Philadelphia 11, Atlanta II. 2B ATho-mat. SB-Redut 2 (13). S-Roenlcka. H R ER BB SO FEDERATION CUP Al Prague, Ciecheiievakla United) States L CMna 0 Main draw slngtot - Zlna Garrison, Houston, dot. Nl Zhong, China. 4-3, 4-2; Martina Navralilova, Fort Worth, Texas, dot. Xlnyl Li, China, 4-1, 4-0. Do. Mel Martina Navralilova and Pam Shrtver, Luthorvllle, Md., dot. Xlnfen Pu and Lllan Duan, China, a-t 44. Others First round, mam draw - Watt Gar-many 3, Belgium 0, Italy t New Zealand I; Yugoslavia 3, Poland Ot Franc 3, Sweden 0c Spain I Indonesia 1; Bra-ill 2, Romania k Bulgaria t Soviet Union I. Consolation draw - Finland 1 1srael 1; Uruguay 3, Taiwan 1; Ireland 2, Norway 1; Luxembourg I Mexico 1. SWEDISH OPEN At Boasted Pint round - Ulf Stenlund d. Sergio Casal 7-5, 4 4-t Mikael Pern ton d. Claudia Panatta 4-3. M, 4-1; Marian Vada d. Stefan Simonsson 4-4, 4-1; Emlllo Sonchei d. Lars Anders Wahl-gren 6-1, 4-4, Mlloslav Mecir d. Joans B. Svansson 4-1, 4-2; Pater Carlsotn d. Nicies K ran 44 44. U.S. PRO CHAMPIONSHIPS At Breekllne, Man. Second round Thierry Tuiosne d. Barry Moir 4-t e-t Ronald Agenor. Hem d. Eduarda Velei 3-4, t-i 4-1; Martin Jalte d. Roberto Arguollo 4-t 4-4; Jorge Arres d. Jimmy Brown 7-5, 6-l Diego Perot d. Richey Reneberg 7-5, e-t First round - Pablo Arraya d. Harold Solomon 4-4. 4-t e-t Fernendo Luna d. Stefan Eriksson 4-4, 4-1; Marko Ostola d. Hans Schwaler 4-t 4-0; Hora-cio do la Pena d. Marcello Ingaramo 4-1 7-4 (7-4); Kant Cassldy d. Francesco Caneellottl 7-5, 4-4, 6-0; Juan Aguliera d. Hatem McDadl 2-6, 4-4, 4-4; Mark Buckley d. Florin Segarceneau 6-3, 6-0; Hans Glldemelster d. Karel Novacek 3- 4, 7-5, 4-t Ricky Brown d. Blaine Wll-lenborg 6-0, 4-4. Carman Tekulve W,3-1 Bedroslan S.12 Z Smith Gerber Dedmon L.3-S HBP- - Samuel by Dedmon. T-143. ! Major league standings . - NATIONAL LEAGUE V;' Eattam Division GB W L PCI. '. Yankees 8, Rangers 4 MONDAY NIGHT Tent abrkM Newvork abrkM McDoweH cf 4 1 1 0 R Honor in cf3 I I 1 Paclork ph I 0 1 0 CWashgtn If 4 1 1 1 Fletcher is 4 0 I 0 Roenick H 10 0 0 OBrlen lb 3 0 0 1 Matngly lb 4 0 0 0 Sierra ph 1 0 0 0 Easier dh 2 3 3 1 Incvglla rf 3 0 0 0 WlnfleM rf 4 1 I 0 Ward if 4 110 Pglruio 3b 3 113 LAParlsh dt4 0 3 1 Wynegar c 10 0 1 Slaught c 4 111 Randolph 2b 1 1 1 1 Buechle 3b 4 1 1 1 Berra ss 4 0 0 0 Wllkrsn 2b 3 0 0 0 Harrah ph 10 0 0 Totals 34 4 11 4 Tetots 27 1 1 1 Texai tit 2lt 000-4 New York 410 020 Wx-I Game-winning RBI R Henderson (4). E-McDowell. DP-Texot 2, New York 1. LOB-Texas I, New York 6. 2B-CWethlngton, LAParrlsh, Slaught, Fletcher, Ward. HR-RHenderson (14), Pagllarufo (23), Slaught (9), BuecheK (13), Eesler (I). SB-CWoshlngton (4), Randolph (13). SJ -Wynegar. IP H R ER BB SO Texat By GEORGE RORRER Staff Writer It may have been only one small act of defiance, but the Louisville Redbirds won themselves a baseball game last night at Cardinal Stadium. In style. They beat the Omaha Royals, leaders of the Western Division of the American Association, and their ace pitcher, Al Hargesheimer, 4-1. They did it behind the three-hit pitching of rookie Joe Magrane. They did it by putting five extra-base hits among their 10 safeties, their first such uprising since they collected 10 on July 11. They did it with a big night by ex-Royal Johnny Morris, whose leadoff double and triple led to runs. They did it as rookie third baseman Eddie Tanner said hello to Triple-A baseball with two hits, one of them a double, and two brilliant defensive plays. They did it against Hargesheimer (10-4), who is tied with Buffalo's Pete Filson for the league lead in pitching victories. In the home clubhouse, the stereo was blaring, a rare thing these days. It was only the Redbirds' second victory in 13 games, and Just their fourth over Omaha in 16 tries. In the home stand that ended last night, they won just two of seven games. Magrane, the tall Morehead, Ky., resident went the distance for the fifth time in his last six starts, improved his record to 4-3 and dropped his earned run average to a brilliant 1.39. "That's the sixth time I've seen him," said manager Dave Bialas, "and the sixth good game he's pitched. He's our stopper. You know he's going to pitch you a good game." Bialas also praised Tanner, who arrived yesterday from Arkansas, where he was in his third season at the Double-A level. "He comes in and makes a couple of good defensive plays and gets two hits," Bialas said. "He played like he's been there all season." Louisville opened the scoring in the fourth inning when Morris led off with a double, moved to third on Casey Parsons' grounder to second base and scored on Jim Lindeman's grounder to third. With two out newcomer Tanner got his first Triple-A hit a single to right Fred Manrique then singled, but the rally ended when Rod Booker forced Manrique at second. Omaha tied it 1-1 with an unearned run in the sixth. Jim Scranton looped a single barely over second baseman Joe Pettini's glove, was sacrificed to second base, moved to third on an error by first baseman Lindeman and scored on Russ Stephans' sacrifice fly. Morris touched off another Red-bird rally when he opened the sixth with a triple to left-center field. He scored and gave Louisville at 2-1 lead on another one-out Lindeman ground-out Tanner followed with a double and Manrique scored the rookie with his third hit a double off the right-field screen. Louisville added its final run in the eighth when Parsons opened . -Hew York 41 71 .MS - ' , ((-Montreal 40 40 .545 UVi , K-Phlladalphia 44 4t .4W 17V ' Lchlcago 40 50 .444 21 Vl ' , -St. Louis f 52 .42 23 ..Pittsburgh 30 51 .427 23 - Western Dlvltlan W L Pel. GB X-Houston 51 42 .548 - It-Sen Frencltco ...50 43 .530 1 "San Diego 44 40 .419 SV 'x-Clnclnnatl 43 44 .413 4 x-Atlanta 43 4 .467 TVj -.0i Angalat 41 50 .457 0V4 j-Latt nlghft gama not Included. - : - MONDAY'S RESULTS .. Chicago a, San Diego I; Philadelphia . X Atlanta 1; New York 4, Cincinnati J. 'St. fcouls 0, San Francisco 3, Houston 1 'Montreal 7. YESTERDAY'S GAMES Chicago a, San Diego 4 - Lot Angelet at Pittsburgh hew York at Cincinnati - Philadelphia at Atlanta if Francisco al St. Louis Montreal at Houston fj v- TODAY'S GAMES 'San Diego (Hawkins 4-7) al Chicago (Sanderson 5-4), 2:20 p.m. Montreal (B.Smith 7-5) at Houston '(Knepper 11-7), 4:35 p.m. ' New York (Darling -l) at Cincinnati '(Browning 0-71,7:35 p.m. ;lS Angeles (Hershlter 0-7) at Pitta-" burgh (Reuschel 5-11), 7:35 p.m. " Philadelphia (Ruffln 2-1) at Atlanta " - (Alexander 1-1), 7:40 p.m. " San Francisco (LeCott 0-4) at SI. Loult (Cox 3-0), 115 p.m. . AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Dtvtliea .. . W L Pet. GB Yankees 9, Rangers 1 Tent eerkei NewYerk abrkM Flttchr st 3 0 10 RHndsn cf 5 3 3 1 Wilkrtn u 1 0 0 0 CWeshtn If Sill Word cf 1010 Mtngly m Sill McDwel cf 10 10 Eesler dk 1110 OBrlen lb 4 0 0 0 Hassey c 4 0 11 mcvglia rf 1 0 0 0 WIMield rf 4 1 1 3 Sierra rf 10 10 PglruM 3b 3 0 10 LAPrsh dh 1 0 0 0 Rndlph 2b 3 0 10 Siaugnt c 1 0 0 0 Berra u 4 0 0 0 Mercadec 1000 Pectork If 1 1 I I Harrah 2b 3 0 0 0 Bvechle3b 0 0 0 0 PetraHI3b 1000 Totals lOISITeMl 340 Texat 401 000 000-1 NewYerk 420 002 Olx-f Game-winning RBI Nona. E Cor. ree. DP-Teat 3, New York I. LOB-Texas 5. New York . 2B-Mettlngly, Wlnlleld, Randolph, CWashington. HR-Mattlngly (17), Wlnlleld (14), Pa-clorek (3), R Henderson (17), CWashington (4). SB-RHonderson (55), Ward (0). P H R ER BB SO Texas Correa L4-0 W 7 0 4 1 i Russell ft I 1 1 I ) MohorcK Vl 1 0 0 0 0 Harris 3 3 1111 New Yark Rasmutn W,1M Ht ) I 1 ) I Fisher ft 1 t 0 0 2 T-2 40. A-2o.0. Tigers 3, Twins 0 MMmesefa abrkM Detratl abrkM Puckett cf 4 0 0 0 Whltekr 2b 4 0 0 0 Bush If 4 0 0 0 Tramml is 4 0 0 0 Hrbek lb 4 010 Gibson rf 4 0 0 0 Brnnsky rf 4 0 0 0 DeEvnt lb 110 0 Gaettt 3b 10 0 0 Grubb dh 1211 Smelly dh 3 0 0 0 Coles 3b 2 0 0 0 Lmbrdi 2b . 1 0 0 0 Collins H 10 0 0 Laudnr ph 1010 Lemon cf 0 0 0 0 Sales c 3 0 0 0 Sheridn cf 2 010 Hetchr ph 1 0 0 0 Lowry e 1010 Gagne st 10 0 0 Totals 11 0 1 0 Totati IS 1 4 1 Minnesota ON 000 000-0 Detroit 010 003 Ota-1 Game-winning RBI Grubb (2). E Whltaker. DP-Minnesota 1. LOB-Mlnnesota i Detroit 3. 2B-Hrbek. HR Grubb 2 (5). S-Coillns. IP H R ER BB SO Mlnneteta Blyleven L,M 0 4 3 3 3 S Detroit Terrell W,M ft 1 0 0 4 0 Hernandi S,l vj 0 0 0 0 0 HBP-Lemon by Blyleven. T-2:2. A-H,74. Indians 8, White Sox 4 CMcage abrkM Cleveland abrkM Cangelt H 5 110 Bernird 2b 4 I 2 0 Guillen st 4 10 0 Butler cf 3 210 Bainet rf 4 0 0 0 Carter rf 4 111 GWalkr lb 10 01 MHall H 4 13 2 Kittle dh 4 112 iacoby 3b 4 0 3 1 Flsk c 0 0 0 0 Franco st 4 0 0 0 Skinner c 3 12 0 Tabler lb 4 2 2 1 Hulett 3b 4 0 2 0 CCastlll dh 4 110 Lyons cf 3 0 11 Bando c 3 0 13 Crui 2b 3 0 0 0 Caldern ph 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 0 4 Totals 34 1 14 0 CMcage . 200 Ml 000-4 Cleveland 411 000 00x-0 Game-winning RBI Jacoby (5). E-Gulllen. DP-Chlcego 2. LOB-Chi-cago 7, Cleveland 4. 2B-Klrtle, Bando, Lyons, Tabler, Skinner, Jacoby. SB-Butler I HR-Klttle (14). SB-Hulett (3). SF-GWalker, Bando, Lyons. IP H R ER BB SO Chicago Dotson L7 W Vi 4 4 4 1 0 Nelson 4Vj 4 2 2 0 2 McKeon 3 2 0 0 0 3 Cleveland Candlottl W7 0 0 4 4 J S PB-Bando. T-35. A-UJ76. Orioles 5, Royals 4 KenCHy abrkM Batltmere abrkM LSmlth If 5 0 11 Wiggins lb 4 0 0 0 Wilson cf 5 010 JBonlll 2b 0 0 0 0 Klngery rf 4 0 0 0 Lacy rf 4 0 0 0 Brett 3b 4 12 0 Lynn cf 4 111 McRae dh 4 121 Ripken st 4 2 2 1 White 2b 3 12 0 Dwyer H 2 0 0 0 Balboni lb 4 0 0 0 MkYong H 10 10 Sundbrg c 3 0 11 Shelby H 0 0 0 0 ASalarr u 3 0 10 Tracer dh 3111 Orta ph 1 0 0 0 Sheen lb 10 0 0 Biancln st 0 0 0 0 Benlqut lb 1010 OMally 3b 3 0 0 0 Dempsy c 3 0 0 0 Tetab 34 4 11 4 Tafah 31 S 1 S Kansas City 022 ott 000-4 Baltimore Oil NO Olx-S Game-winning RBI Ripken (10). E-Balbonl. DP-Baltlmore I. LOB-Kantat City 0, Baltimore 3. 3B-ASola-lar, MkYoung. HR-Trabar 2 (3), McRae (4), Lynn (It), Ripken (15). SB-Wilson (23). IP H R ER BB SO Kansas City Sabrhgn J 4 4 4 0 4 Black L,4-5 3 3 110 0 Baltimore Davit 4U 0 4 4 1 S Bordi 3 2 0 0 1 2 Aase W.4-3 ft 10 0 12 T-2:3I. A-24,777. Cubs 6, Padres 4 SanDlego abrkM Chieaga abrkM Flannry 2b 4 I 1 0 Muphry cf 4 2 2 0 Gwynn rf 5 111 Sndbrg lb 5 0 10 Kruk lb 4 0 10 GMthwt If 4 0 0 1 McRylds H 3 0 0 0 DMrtni cf 0 10 0 Nettles 3b 3 0 0 0 Durum lb 3 2 11 R oyster 3b 1111 Morelnd rf 2 1 1 I Kennedy c 3 0 1 0 JOevtt c 4 011 Bochy c I 0 1 3 Cey 3b 3 0 11 Wynne cf 2 0 10 Speier 3b 0 0 0 0 Garvey lb 1 0 0 0 Dunston u 3 0 I 0 Tmpltn u 4 0 0 0 Lynch p 3 0 0 0 McCllers p 3 0 0 0 OlPIno p 0 0 0 0 BStddrd p 0 0 0 0 Trlllo ph 10 0 0 torg ph 1110 LtSmlth p 0 0 0 0 LaPoint p 0 0 0 0 Martini ph 1 0 I 0 Toteh 35 4 4 Tafah 32 f 0 S San Diego toe 000 040-4 Chicago 100 020 30x t Game-winning RBI - GaMatthews (3). E-Nethet. DP-San Diego 1, Chicago I. LOB-San Diego 7, Chicago 0. 2B- Dunston, Mumphrey, Durham, Moreland. SB-Durham (4). IP H R ER BB SO McCllers L5-4 ft t S 3 i 4 BStoddard 21100 LaPoln! 1 0 0 0 0 1 Lynch W.3-1 7 4 3 3 2 1 OlPIno 1 2 10 0 1 LeSmlth S,M 1 10 0 11 Lynch pitched fa 1 barters In the 0th. PS-Kennedy, JDevls. T-2:41. A Blue Jays 8, Mariners 3 MONDAY NIGHT Toronto abrkbi Seattle abrkM Fernndi II 11)1 Moses cf 4 110 Mullnks 3b 4 0 1 1 PBradly H 112 0 Moseby cf 5 0 0 0 Presley 3b 4 0 10 Belli! 5 2 1 J Trt.bll rf 3 0 0 1 Barfield rf 4111 ADevIt lb 4 0 0 0 Upshaw lb 4 12 0 DHedsn dh 3 110 Whirl c 5 10 0 Owen st 4 0 2 1 Leach dh 4 13 1 Kearney c 4 010 Shphrd ph 1 0 0 0 Reynldi 2b 4 0 0 0 Garcia 2b 4 0 10 Totals 41 14 I Totals 32 3 1 Toronto 200 500 10O-4 Seattle 110 001 000-3 Game-winning RBI - Bell (10). E-Hulsmann, Garcia. DP Toronto i, Seattle 3. LOB-Toronto 0, Seattle t. IB-Leach, Upshaw, Mulllnlkt, Owen. 3B DHenderson, Leach. HR Bell 2 (22), Barfield 2 (23). SB-Barfleld (4). SF-Tartabull. IP H R ER BB SO BWIttL,4-0 ft 4 S S 5 3 Rutsell ft 2 2 2 0 0 Mahler 1 1 0 0 2 0 Mohorck 3 1110 0 MWilllamt I 0 0 0 2 0 New York Drabek W.2-2 ft 0 4 4 2 4 Rlghettl S.22 2V4 3 0 0 0 2 Russell pitched to 2 betters in 5th Inning, Mahler pitched to 2 batters In 6rh Inning. HBP-lncavlglla by Drabek, Pagllarulo by BWltt. WP-BWItt, Williams. T 3:11. A-20,109. Mets 4, Reds 2 MONDAY NIGHT NewYerk ab r h bi Cincinnati abrkM with a triple and scored on Manri-que's one-out sacrifice fly. Morris credited bis two opposite-field hits to some instruction from Steve Braun, who opened the season as a Redbird but now is a traveling bitting instructor, and from coach Wally Moon. "I had been trying to yank the ball too much," Morris said. "I had been jumping at the ball. They made me realize there's another part of the field out there. It felt good to hit three balls the other way." Magrane gave trainer Hap Hudson a pat on the back for his surge of complete games. "When I got here, I'd stiffen in the sixth or seventh inning," Magrane said. "Hap put me on a weightlifting program after games, and it has done a lot for my stamina." Tanner, who has spent the last three off-seasons in Shepherdsville working for a window-installing company, took his sparkling debut in stride. "That was the best fielding night I've had," said Tanner, who was a utility player at Arkansas. "I felt sluggish at the plate." After a day off today, the Red-birds begin a stretch of 24 games in 19 days with a 10-game, eight-day road trip to Denver and Oklahoma City. Can they overcome their big deficit and get back into the race? "I think so," said Bialas. "With a little help from the new guys, I think we can." A crowd of 7,518 lifted the Red-birds' home attendance through 48 dates to 493,304, an average of 10,277 per game. Nineteen dates remain. NOTES Free agent catcher Steve Lake was signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a minor league contract yesterday and assigned to Louisville. Lake opted for free agency when the Chicago Cubs tried to send him back to Iowa on July 15. He had batted .421 in 10 games with Chicago after being called up from Iowa, where he hit .204 in 17 games. He's known as an excellent defensive catcher. ... Bialas said Lake and Cesar Ce-deno will be added to the active roster on Thursday. Catcher Tim Wallace was sent to Arkansas after last night's game. Infielder Bill Lyons will go on the disabled list with a broken left thumb. Dykstra cf 4 0 10 Denials H 3 0 10 Bock man 2b 4 I 2 l Peres ph KHerndi lb 4 1 1 1 Rose lb Strawbrv rt 3 I 1 1 Parker rf Carter c 5 1 1 2 E Davis cf i too 4 0 0 0 3010 4110 4 0 2 0 4 110 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4011 - Boston 57 .413 .560 31 41 41 1 1 1 1 Bell 3b 3 1 1 1 Rowdon si 1 1 1 1 Butera c 3 110 VenaM ph 3 0 10 Oester 2b 3 0 0 0 Soto o Hoop If Mitchell If Orosco p Knight 3b Sanfana st Aguliera p MWilson H - New York . -Cleveland "-x-Toronto . - JJaltlmor . - Detroit ' -Milwaukee , 44 44 45 .540 .537 .527 .514 .473 1000 tOtO RMorphy p 1 1 1 1 Mercer County Horse Show Al Harrediburo, Ky. 4H American Saddlebrod mar and leal - 1. Bregal, ridden by Kent Riley, owned by Riley (Mackvllle); I Executrix, Patricia Kelly, Kelly (Springfield). Adult American Saddlebrod three-galled eieaiuro none I. Cajun Magic, Kelly Gilllgan, Golden Creek Form (Oklahoma City); 3. Coal Town Prince, Susie Rambler, Rambler (Simpson-vine). Recking and pacing none 1. Super Star, Parker Hall, Hall (Gravel Switch); 3. Touch of Pepper, Mike Carter, Mlk and Peggy Carter (Willis-burg). Juvenile flve-galted gelding - 1. Wlngt Casablanca, Heidi Price, Mr and Mrs. Dave Hall (Anchorage),' 2. Wing Shot, James Franks, J.B. Robin-ton Stables (Lexington). Bquitatiea class - 1. Joy's Lucky Charm, Lee Radford, Radford (Louisville); 3. Starcrost, Suten Cole, Cole (Sheridan, Ind.). Three golfed stallion, mar or gelding - 1. Trie Lord's Affair, Steve Joyce, Honey Beked Ham of Ohio (Feirtawn. Ohio); 3. Bell Dust, Dave Becker, Little Falls Farm (London). Juvenile roadster eon let ta kike 1. First Pag, Lawrence Smith, Leather, wood Farm (Bluefield, W.Va.); 3. Sweethearft Dynamite, Doug Hall, Mr. and Mrs. David Hall (Anchorage). Novice tive-galtod stallion, mare or gelding 1. imperial Sultan, Rob Byers. Sally Groub (Louisville); 3. Meadowlands Twlc At Nice, Todd Miles, Chest Riddle (Madlsonvllle). Thres galled pony - 1. Lady Oracle, Victor Maldonado, Dr. Alberto Mal-donodo (Jeftersonvllle. Ind.); t Cha-tHIt Premier, Charily Seyre, Jim Sayr (Culloden, W.Va.) Amateur flve-galted mare or stelllen I. Caramac, Lenoir Weldon, Calloway Hills Stables (Jefferson City, Mo.); 2. Rot Garland, Erin Rudder, Noel Rudder (Hollywood, Fie.) Adult American ttvo-galled pteatur nan - 1. Wild Pearl, Joon Hamilton, Bevene and Michael Li Porta (Lot Angeles); I Calloway's Heedllner, Lenoir Weldon, Calloway Hills Stable (Jefferson City, Mo.) TVee-galted tterllen mar or gelding 1. More The Merrier, Lorry Hodge, Dr. Gene Scott Inc. (Lot Angelet); 2. Rov, Tom Moor, Venler (Saline, Kan.) .43 40 miner pn I a e Western Dlvltlaa W L Pet. GB ..44 43 .533 - 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 1000 34 2 0 1 Willis p StllweHph Power p Esasky ph 33 4 1 4 Totals ' Texas ...47 47 .500 TotaH ..43 51 .457 7 .42 SO .457 7 Kansas City Chicago . x-SeaHle New York 003 Oil ..42 53 .442 iVi ...39 55 .415 11 39 57 .404 12 Minnesota ..Oakland . Cincinnati 010 000 110-1 Game-winning RBI Carter (10). E-Donlelv Knight. DP-New York L Cincinnati 1. LOB-New York 11, Cincinnati 0. 2B Daniels, Rowdon, Strawberry, Parker, EDavls. 3B Oester. S Backman, Aguliera. SF Strawberry. r ' r - : - J: ir n IHDSW DICK HOWSER Type of tumor manager has Is one of worst Aguliera W.3-3 Orosco S. 13 Soto L,3-0 R Murphy Willis Power Soto pitched to 2 batten In the 5m. .. x-Last nlghft gama not Included. - ' " MONDAY'S RESULTS r New York 0, Texas 4; Minnesota 1, - Detroit 0; Cleveland 5, Chicago t - Kansas City a, Baltimore 1; Milwaukee 5, California 3; Toronto 1 Seattle 3; Oakland 5, Boston 2. t, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 4, Boston 2 Oetrolt 3, Minnesota 0 Cleveland a, Chicago 4 New York Texas I Baltimore 5, Kansas City 4 Toronto at Seattle Milwaukee at California TODAY'S GAMES .Texas (Hough 0-4) al New York . .(j.Nlekro t4), 1 p.m. . Boston (Nipper 44) al Oakland (Slaw . ; -art 24), lis p.m. .Toronto (Clancy 10-5) at Seattle . ? . (Moore t-4), 4:35 p.m. . Minnesota (Haaton 3-) al Detroit . ' -(Morris W-6), 7:35 p.m. Chicago (Bannister 5-4) al Cleveland (Schrom 10-2), 7:35 p.m. Kansas City Lalbrandt 0-4) al Baltimore McGregor 44), 7:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Darwin 5-5) at California (McCasklll 10-6), 10 35 p.m. HBP-Danieli by Aguliera. T-3:07. Cardinals 8, Giants 3 MONDAY NIGHT SanPran abrkM St.Letrit abrkM Kutcher cf 4 0 0 0 Coleman If 4 1 I 1 RThmpsn 2030 10 OSmith tl 3 100 Leonard H 3 0 0 0 McGee cf 3 3 2 3 CDevit rf 4 0 0 0 k nicety lb 3 111 CBrown 3b 3 0 0 0 Ford rt 1013 Brenly lb 3 10 0 Herr 2b 3 0 11 Melvln c 4 12 0 VanSlyk rf 4 010 -,.,.uiiL.MUi-.,.i-w..i. ii ia a. 3010 I 1 UMbe st 3 0 0 0 Lawleu 3b Carlton p 2 113 Pendltn 3b Spllmon ph 1 0 0 0 Lvllre c 1 J Yongbld ph 1 0 0 0 Mathewt p 1 0 1 0 JRoblntn p 0 0 0 0 Forsch or 0 1 0 0 Mlnton D OOOOSoffo 1000 Royals are stunned by news of Howser Continued from Page One spokeman, said Howser was out of surgery four hours later. Howser, who guided the Royals to victory over the St Louis Cardinals in the 1985 World Series, was admitted to St Luke's Thursday night Just 48 hours earlier he had managed the American League to a 3-2 victory over the National League in the All-Star Game at Houston. He had complained for two weeks of a stiff, sore neck and associates said he had begun showing signs of mental confusion. During the All-Star game Itself, said Mike Ferraro, one of his coaches, Howser "was totally out of it . . not with It at all." The tumor was discovered by a CAT scan on Friday morning. The Royals, in Baltimore for a series with the Orioles, heard the news during a meeting with general manager John Schuerholz. "A few of the heads hung down, probably in disbelief," said iferraro, the third-base coach who was named interim manager after Howser was hospitalized. "I cant say anything. It's been enough trying to control myself for five days," Ferraro said. "I was in shock for five or six days because I was in that situation." Ferraro lost a kidney to cancer in 1983. "I felt very close to Dick," said Lee May, the Royals' batting coach. "Everything was normal and then In the next day or two there was something desperately wrong. It's tough to take and have to come out and try to function like nothing has happened." First baseman Steve Balboni, who became a regular when Howser rescued him from the New York Yankees' farm system, said, "No one BASEBALL BALTIMORE ORIOLES - Activated pitcher Storm Davit from the 15-day disabled list. Sent catcher Al Par do lo Rochester of the International League. CALIFORNIA ANGELS - Assigned Ron Romantck to Edmonton of the Pacific Coatt League and recalled Roy Chadwick from the tarn club. CHICAGO WHITS SOX - Optioned pitcher Joel Devil I Buffalo of the American Association. Purchased th contract of outfielder Ivan Calderon from Buffalo. LOS ANGBLBS OOOGBRS - Pieced outfielder Mike Morthell on th 15-day disabled list, affective Tuesday. Called up outfielder Jose Gonulei from Al-berquerque of th Pacific Coatl sounded too positive before, but you always hope. You dont think the worst until it happens. Any time you mention a tumor or cancer, you always think the worst The way it was described (before the operation), it sounded bad. Everyone was afraid for him, but hoped that the news would be much better. "There's not much you can do except pray for him that things work out for the best" Howser was a shortstop with Cleveland, Kansas City and the Yankees during an eight-year playing career beginning in 1961. He spent 10 years as third-base coach for the Yankees. In 1980, his first year as a manager, the Yankees won 103 games and the AL East title, but were swept in the AL playoffs by the Royals. Howser was fired, and took over the Royals midway through the 1981 season. His team finished second in the AL West the next two years and won the title in 1984. The Royals beat the Toronto Blue Jays for the 1985 pennant President Reagan sent a get-well message to Howser as he was being prepared for surgery. "We Just want to add our voices to those of your many friends and fans in sending good wishes for a complete and speedy recovery," the telegram said. "We'll be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers." Leegui MON MONTREAL EXPOS - Signed pitch Totals 31 3 4 3 Tetalt 31 0 I San Franchce OH ON 000-t SIL0M HO 201 4OX-0 Game-winning RBI - Herr (5). E-Lawlass, Leonard. LOB-StLoult 4. 2B-Melvin, Knlcely, Ford. HR McGee 2 (4), Carlton (1). SB-Leonard (14). S- Herr. IP H R ER BB SO Cartton L4-10 f S 4 3 I 1 JRobinson vj 2 1 1 0 t Mlnton ft 2 1 1 2 I Mamewt W.5-2 7 4 1 3 2 1 SoH 3 0 0 0 1 1 HBP-C Brown by Mathews, Mathewt by JRobinson. T-2:32. A-23,340. A's 4, Red Sox 2 Boston abrkbi Oakland abrkM Barrett 2b 4 010 Phillips 2b 4 0 0 0 Boggs 3b 3 0 0 0 Murphy cf 2 10 0 Bucknr dh 4 0 10 Conseco If 4 0 0 0 Baylor If 4 110 Bochte lb 4 110 DwEvnt rf 4 0 1 t Kngmn dh 4 111 Gedman c 4 111 Lonsfrd 3b 4 0 1 I Stenhoi lb 3 0 0 0 MOavIs rf 3 110 Qulnons is 3 0 0 0 Wlllard c 2 0 10 Tarver cf 3 0 1 6 Griffin ss 10 0 1 Tetab 32 1 4 2 Tetalt 21 4 4 4 Boston 009 200 000-1 Oakland 300 000 10X-4 Game-winning RBI - Kingman (0). E -Gedman, Anduiar. DP-Oakland 1. LOB-Boston 5, Oakland 5. 2B-Buckner, Lansford, Bochte. HR Gedman (t). SB Kingman (3). S-Grlffln. SF -Griffin. IP H R ER BB SO Boston Seaver L.4-1 ft 4 4 4 3 2 BStanley ft 0 0 0 0 1 Oakland Anduiar W,a-2 7Vi 4 2 2 2 3 VonOhlen vj 0 0 0 0 0 Ontiveros S.10 ft 0 0 0 0 1 WP-Seaver, Anduiar. T-2:2a. Guidry to pitch for Albany NEW YORK (AP) Ron Guidry, on the 21-day disabled list since July 3, is scheduled to pitch today for the New York Yankees' Class AA team in Albany, N.Y., as part of his rehabilitation. Guidry suffered a cut between the index and middle fingers of his left hand while attempting to catch a line drive off the bat of Detroit's Lance Parrlsh on July 2. Guidry, who had lost his last seven decisions, is eligible to be reactivated on July 24. I Series to honor Haughton YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) The fall pacing championship series at Yon-kers Raceway has been renamed the William Haughton Memorial Series to honor the Hall of Fame driver who died last week after an accident on July 5, the track announced yesterday. The $450,000 series for 3-year-olds and up will begin on Nov. 15 with the finals on Nov. 29. ti , Astros 8, Expos 7 - - MONDAY NIGHT Mentreel ab r k M Meutten abrkbi Raines M Sill Doran 2b 4100 Webstar cf 5 2 1 0 Hatcher cf S I 4 0 Dawson rf 3 013 Garner 3b 3 0)1 Weliech 3b S 0 1 0 Walling 3b 110 0 Krenchc lb 4 1 1 0 GOavis lb 4 13 3 Fltigerld c 2000 Bats rf 4000 Ble-delo c 1 0 0 0 Kerfeld p 0 0 0 0 Gojuels st 4 0 0 0 Pankvtt ph 1 0 1 0 Newman 2blllOCruiH 5143 Schtider p 1010 Ashby c 4 0 3 1 McGeHgn p 0 0 0 0 Walker or 0 0 0 0 Wright ph 1 0 0 0 Mlierxk c 0 0 0 0 SKielre p 0 0 0 0 Thon u 10 0 0 Wewird ph 1 1 1 0 CReynlds u 2 0 0 0 Burke p 0 0 0 0 Knudson p 10 0 0 Moore ph 1 0 0 0 Anderson p 0 0 0 0 Rearden p 0 0 0 0 Gainey rf 0 0 0 0 Totals Mint Tatars MINI Montreal 000 030 310-7 Houston 200 201 102-1 ' Game-winning RBI - Crui (0). E-Wallach, McGafflgan, Ashby, CReyn-olds. DP-Montreal 1, Houston 3. LOB- Montreal a, Houston W. IB-Hatcher, Crui. 3B-Webster. HR-Crui ft), Raines (7). SB-Wellach (4), Newman (11), Reinet (44), Webster 1 (34), Hatcher 1 (23), Walker (0). S-Bllar-dello. SF- GDavlk IP N R ER BB SO Schatnder ft I I 1 I I McGafflgan 0 0 0 0 1 StClalre 2 4 110 1 Burke 1 2 110 1 ReardonLS 1 5 2 2 3 0 Knudson 4' 4 4 4 2 2 Andersen 41 3 2 2 0 0 Kerfeld W.7-1 2 3 1111 Reardon pitched to 5 batters In the th. T-3:03. A-13,753. er Gillet Bergeron end atslgned him to Bradenton of th Gulf Coast League. OAKLAND At - Atslgned pitcher Eric Plunk to T acorn of the PaclflOc Coast League. Called up outlflelder Rusty Tlllmen from Tacoma. TEXAS RANGERS - Placed pitcher Mike Meson on the IS-dey disabled list. Purchased th contract of pitcher Mlk Loynd from Tulsa of th Texas League. Moved pitcher Ricky Wright from the 15-day to 31-day disabled list. KENTUCKY STATS - Signed pitcher Jamie Younl of Western Hills. FOOTBALL CINCINNATI BENGALS - Signed safety Russell Halrston (tree agent from the University of Kentucky); defensive back Gary Hunt; linebackers Leon White, Tom Flaherty, Robert Hu-deti, Alei Troop and Steve Lubischer; tackle Tom Stone; and former Indiana University Quarterback Steve Bradley. CLEVELAND BROWNS - Placed former University of Louisville defensive end Jon Cade on the physically unable to perform list. Cerutti W,S-2 0 0 3 2 3 1 Seattle Huismann L2-3 3 7 4 5 0 3 Beattie 0 3 1110 Guetermn 2 10 0 11 Best 2 3 1110 Lodd 1 2 0 0 0 2 MYoung 1 0 0 0 0 2 Huismann pitched to 4 batters in the 4th, Beattie pitched to 4 barters In the 4th. BK Best. T-J 44. A-17,023. m. o.Jt-. JL.-JL . A. -a 4i . a..iftiiiki finAiA 'n't if i'H h - - " - r - ..A.AAJk i as,a,4S4i4afc,a4ii,4A

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