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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1998 B3 T MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB NertYork 37 13 .740 — Boston 31 22 .585 TA Toronto 28 27 .509 11% Baltimore 25 30 .455 14% Tampa Bay 24 30 .444 15 Central Division W L Pet. GB Cleveland 32 22 .593 — MiririeBol| 24 29 .453 7% Chicago": 22 31 .415 9V4 Detroit' 21 30 .412 9V4 Kansas City 21 32 .396 10ft West Division : W L Pet. GB Tones' • 33 21 .611 — Anatieirrr 27 26 .509 5% Seattle ." 26 29 .473 T/i Oakland. 22 31 .415 10'A ' - ""• Saturday's results Boston -3, NY Yankees 2 Toronto 4, Cleveland 2 Tampa Bay 5, Seattle 2 Detroit 6, Chicago While Sox 0 Texas 10, Baltimore 8 Minnesota 8, Anaheim 1 Oakland 10, Kansas City 4 Sunday's results Chicago White Sox 8, Detroit 2 Cleveland 8, Toronto 3 Boston 13, NY Yankees 7 Seattle 11, Tampa Bay 6 Texas 9, Baltimore 5 Kansas City 10, Oakland 4 Anaheim 6, Minnesota 5 Monday's games Cleveland (Wright 3-3) at Detroit (Florie 3-0), 6:05 p.m. Boston (Wakelield 6-2) at Toronto (Guzman 36), 6:05 p.m. Texas (Burkett 3-4) at Tampa Bay (Arrojo 7-3), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Fassero 5-2) at Baltimore (Lewis 0-0), 6:35 p.m. Chicago While Sox (Eyre 1 -5) at N.Y. Yankees (Mendoza 3-1), 6:35 p.m. Anaheim (Olivares 2-2) at Kansas City (Rosado 1-4), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Oquist 1-3) at Minnesota (Milton 34), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 39 18 .684 — New York 31 20 .608 5 Philadelphia 25 28 .472 12 Montreal 20 35 .364 18 Florida 17 38 .309 21 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 33 22 .600 — Chicago 31 24 .564 2 Milwaukee 28 25 .528 4 St. Louis . 28 26 .519 4% Cincinnati 27 30 .474 7 Pittsburgh 26 30 .464 T/i West Division W L Pet. GB San Diego 35 21 .625 — San Francisco 33 24 .579 2 ft Los Angeles 27 29 .482 8 Colorado 24 32 .429 11 Arizona^ 17 39 .304 18 >i~ '" • . Saturday's results Chicago Cubs 9, Atlanta 8 San Francisco 4, Arizona 1 Colorado 6, Houston 3 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 3 NY Mets 6, Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 7 Milwaukee 12, Florida 4 San Diego 3, St. Louis 2 Sunday's results NY Mels 8, Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 9, Montreal 4 Milwaukee 7. Florida 6 Colorado 7, Houston 5 Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 5 San Diego 7, St. Louis 3 San Francisco 7, Arizona 4 Chicago Cubs 4, Atlanta 2 Monday's games NY Mets (Mlicki 1 -3) at Pittsburgh (Schmidt 71), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Vazquez 1-6) at Philadelphia (Grace 3-5), 6:35 p.m. Florida (Dempster 0-0) at Chicago Cubs (Gonzalez 3-5), 7:05 p.m. Atlanta (Maddux 7-2) at Milwaukee (Woodard 3-2), 7:05 p.m. Arizona (Benes 3-5) at Colorado (Kile 5-6), 8:05 p.m. St. .Louis (Stottlemyre 6-4) at San Diego (Hitchcock 2-0), 9:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Priest 0-0) at San Francisco (Gardner 3-2), 9:05 p.m. American League ROYALS 10, ATHLETICS 4 OAKLAND KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl Hndrsnll 4000 Damon cf 4211 Spiezio 2b 4120 Oltrmn 2b 5121 Grieve rl 4000 JKing 1b 4332 Stairs dh 4121 Palmer 3b 5112 Giambi 1b 4011 Conine II 4021 Blwers 3b 4 0 0 0 Dye rt 4110 Hinchc 4110 Pndllondh 4130 Chrstns d 3110 MiSwy c 4022 Tejadass 3022 Halter ss 3110 Totals 34494 Totals 3710169 Oakland 000 220 000— 4 Kansas City 000 101 71x— 10 E-Christenson (1), Palmer (13). DP— Oakland 2, Kansas City 2. LOB— Oakland 3, Kansas City 6. 2B-Spiezio (9), Stairs 2 (16), Tejada (2), JKing 2 (6), MiSweeney (1). 3B-Offerman (5). HR— Damon (4), JKing (10), Palmer (13). IP H RER BB SO Oakland Rogers 6 94421 TJM1hsL,3-4 0 01110 Groom 1-311100 Small 1-343300 Telgheder 11-321100 Kansas City Belcher W.4-6 8 94404 Whisenant 1 00001 Umpires— Home, Merrill; First, Scott; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T-2',52. A-27,126 (40,625). MARINERS 11, DEVIL RAYS 6 SEATTLE TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl Cora2b 4342 McCknd 5000 Huson2b 1010 Cairo 2b 5 1 0 ARdrgz ss 5000 DaMrtz rl 300 GrtyJrcl 5222 Winnrf 2 1 0 Segui 1b 4122 McGrtt 1b 410 EMrtnz dh 4221 Srrento dh 5 1 1 RDavis 3b 4223 MKelly II 3121 DWilsn c 5010 BSmitti 3b 4132 Ducey rl 5121 Ldsma ss 4021 Amaralll 5010 Lakerc 3000 Boggs ph 1000 DiFlce c 0000 Totals 42111711 Totals 396125 Seattle 102 220 310—11 Tampa Bay 010 011 030— 6 E— Cora 2 (7). DP— Seattle 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB— Seattle 9, Tampa Bay 8. 2B— Cora 2 (12), EMartinez (19), Ducey (7), Cairo (4), Sorrento (14), MKelly (8), BSmith (7). HR-Cora (2), Griffey Jr (19), Segui (9), EMartinez (9) RDavis (9), Ducey (2). SB-McGrifl (1). SF— HDavis. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Swift W.4-3 52-3 5 3 1 1 3 Timlin 12-3 1 0 0 0 0 Fossas 0 33300 Gajkowski 0 20010 Spoljaric 2-300001 Ayala 1 10000 Tampa Bay While L.0-1 31-3 7 5 5 2 3 Santana 1 2-3 2 2 2 0 1 Aldred 12-3 5 3 3 1 1 ALopez 11-31 1 1 0 0 Mecir 1 20001 Fossas pitched to 3 batters In the 8th, Gajkowski pitched to 3 batters In the Bth. HBP-by White (ARodriguez). WP— Swift. PB— Laker. Umpires— Home, Cederstrom; First, Craft; Second, O'Nora; Third, Reilry. T— 3:20. A— 35,184(45,200). RED SOX 13, YANKEES 7 BOSTON NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl DLewisd 4222 Knblch2b 5020 JnVntlnSb 4230 DJelerss 5120 Grcprrss 6133 O'Neill ri 4111 MVghn 1b 5013 TMrtnz 1b 4100 Leyritzdh 5101 BWllmsd 5140 O'Lryll 5110 Slrwbrdh 3010 Merloni 2b 5221 Raines dh 1001 Bragg rl 5231 Curtis If 4121 Varilekc 5222 Brosius3b 5111 Glrardic 3113 Posada c 1000 Totals 44131713 Totals 407147 Boston 00(11) 000 002—13 New York 000 103 300— 7 DP— Boston 1. LOB— Boston 10, New York 10. 2B— JnValentin (14), Garclaparra (6), Bragg (12), Varitek (6), Knoblauch 2 (11). HR-Glrardl (1). SB— DJater (14), BWilliams (10). CS— DLewls (5). IP H RER BB SO Boston PMarlinez W.6-1 52-38 4 4 2 6 Wasdin 1-322201 Mahay 0 11110 Eckersley 2 20011 Garces 1 10000 New York Peltitte L.6-5 22-3 6 8 8 2 4 Holmes 41-3 4 3 3 2 0 Nelson 1-330000 Lloyd 2-30001 0 Erdos 1 42210 Wasdin pitched to 2 batters in the 7lh, Mahay pitched to 2 batters In the 7th, Nelson pitched to 3 batters in the 8th. Umpires— Home, Joyce; First, Clark; Second, Hlrsctibeck; Third, Barrett. T— 3:45. A— 55,711 (57,545). ANGELS 6, TWINS 5 ANAHEIM MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Ersladlb 5111 Nixond 4120 DvHInsdh 5120 TWIkerSb 5101 Edmndd 3112 Moiilordh 4011 BdickSt) 2000 Merced 1b 5121 Shipley 3b 1010 RCmerSb 4122 GAndsn If 3120 Lawton ri 4000 Wlbeckc 4112 MCdvall 3010 Mshore ri 4000 PMres ss 4020 Bghmn2b 4120 JvVntinc 4120 DSrcna ss 3001 Totals 346106 Totals 37 512 5 Anaheim 000 032 001-6 Minnesota 102 200 000—5 E— PMeares (9). DP— Anaheim 1, Minnesota 3. LOB— Anaheim 5, Minnesota 8. 2B— Shipley (1), Merced (5). 3B— Baugnman (1), Nixon (1). HR-Erstad (12), Edmonds (11), Walbeck (3), RCoomer (9). SB— DvHollins (7), Baughman (2). S— GAnderson. SF— DiSarcina, Molitor. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim McDowell 32-3 10 5 5 1 3 DicksonW,4-4 41-3 2 0 0 0 3 PercivalS,14 1 00010 Minnesota Morgan 5 63320 Trombley 1 22200 Swindell L.0-2 21-3 2 1 1 0 2 Aguilera 2-300000 PB-^JvValenlin. Umpires — Home, Johnson; First, Meriwether; Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. T— 2:49. A— 11,285(48,678). RANGERS 9, ORIOLES 5 TEXAS BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl TGdwincI 5220 Hmndsd 4111 McLmr2b 3320 Rboulel2b 21.21 Greerlf 4122 RAImr2b 2000 JuGnlz ri 5225 EDavis ri 4122 IRdrgzc 5021 RPImMb 5000 Stevens 1b 5000 Carter dh 5020 Elslerss 5121 Surhofllf ' 4021 Aliceadh 4020 CRpken3b 4100 FTatisSb 5010 Wbsterc 4010 Bordickss 3120 ByAdsn ph 1000 Totals 41 9159 Totals 385125 Texas 104 000 211—9 Baltimore 010 200 020-5 E— McLemore (6). DP— Baltimore 1. LOB— Texas 9, Baltimore 14. 2B— Greer (5), IRo- driguez (22), Alicea (8), Reboulet (1), EDavis 2 (7), Bordick (10). HR^IuGonzalez2 (17), Elster (6). SB— TGoodwin (21). S— Bordick. IP H RER BB SO Texas DOIiverW,3-5 5 73343 Crabtree 2 21134 XHernandez 1-31 1 1 00 Bailes 1-320001 DPatlerson S,1 11-30 0 0 0 0 Baltimore Erickson L.5-6 7 10 7 7 3 8 Mills 1 21100 Orosco 1-300000 ABenitez 2-331110 Umpires— Home, Everitt; First, Garcia; Second, Hickox; Third, McClelland. T— 3:23. A-47,437 (48,262). WHITE SOX 8, TIGERS 2 CHICAGO DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl Drham2b 5330 Barieed 5010 Caruso ss 5142 RandaSb 5010 FThms dh 4133 Hggnsn ri 3120 Belle II 4010 ToClrkdh 3112 Cmerond 0001 Easley2b 4000 Vnlura 3b 5110 LGnzIz II 3000 Crderori 4122 Manlolb 4000 Norton 1b 4000 JOIverc 4000 MOrdzcf 4000 DCruzss 2010 Kreuterc 3100 Ctlnotloph 1000 Totals 38 8148 Totals 34262 Chicago 101 230 001—8 Detroit 000 000 020-2 E— Norton (2). DP— Detroit 1. LOB— Chicago 6, Detroit 9. 2B— Ventura (11), Cordero (6), Bartee (4), Hlgginson (14). HR— Caruso (2), FThomas (9), Cordero (6), ToClark (7). CS— Caruso (4). SF— FThomas, Cameron. IP H RER BB SO Chicago ParqueW.1-0 61-3 4 0 0 3 2 Foulke 12-3 2 2 2 0 3 Simas 1 00000 Detroit FCastillO L.2-3 4 97715 Bochtler 3 30000 Crow 1 00001 Runyan 1 21100 Umpires— Home, Cooper; Firsl, Brinkman; Second, Cousins; Third, Culbreth. T— 2:59. A— 27,200 (46,945). INDIANS 8, BLUE JAYS 3 CLEVELAND TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Vizquelss 4032 Stewart cl 2000 Dnston If 4000 SGreen rl 4130 Loftond 0100 Cnsecoll 3000 Justice dh 5121 CDIgdo 1b 4123 Thome 1b 51 1 Stanley dh 4000 MRmrz rt 301 TFmdz 2b 4000 Whiten d 2 1 1 Sprgue3b 3010 SAImrc 42 0 KLBwnc 3000 Frymn 3b 320 Crespo ph 1010 DaBeliJb 4 0 1 AGnzlzss 4110 Totals 34 8 12 7 Totals 32 3 8 3 Cleveland 000 400 013-8 Toronto 200 010 000—3 E— Thome (6), KLBrown (1). DP— Toronto 4. LOB— Cleveland 5, Toronto 6. 2B— Justice 2 (20), SAIomar (9), SGreen (11), CDelgado (16), Sprague (12). HR— Thome (13), Whiten (3), CDelgado (4). SB-Vlzquel 2 (10), SAIomar (1). CS— SGreen (5), AGonzalez (1). S— Stewart 2. SF-Vlzquel. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland NagyW,7-2 61-3 7 3 3 1 2 Merman 2-300001 MesaS,1 2 10001 Toronto HentgenL,7-4 7 84433 Plesac 1-311100 Risley 11-32 2 2 1 0 VanRyn 1-311110 HBP— by Nagy (Sprague). Umpires— Home, Foster; First, Reed; Second, Tschlda; Third, Denkinger. T— 2:49. A— 30,090(51,000). National League ROCKIES 7, ASTROS 5 HOUSTON COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl Blgglo2b 4111 NPerezss 3110 DeBellri 5110 Burks cl 4000 Bgwelllb 4000 Bchettell 5232 Alou It 4234 LWIker ri 4111 Everett cl 3020 CaslillaSb 4133 Gterrezss 4000 Helton 1b 3121 Nlkwskp 0000 Lnsing2b 4000 DHenryp 0000 JReedc 3010 Bogar 3b 4120 Clbrnn ph 1000 Asmus c 4000 Mnwm c 0000 Limap 2010 BMJnsp 2000 Spiers 3b 1000 Veres p 0000 Vn Wai ph 1000 McElry p 0000 Bales ph 1010 CGdwin pr 0100 Totals 355105 Totals 357127 Houston 010 010 300-5 Colorado 401 000 002—7 Two outs when winning run scored. E— Lima (1). LOB— Houston 7, Colorado 6. 2B— Blgglo (20), Bichette (19), JReed (5). HR— Alou 2 (1 1), Bichette (5), Castilla (19), Helton (7). SB— Bagwell (9), CGoodwin (3). CS— Everett (10). S— Lima, NPerez, Burks, Helton. IP H RER BB SO Houston Lima 62-3 9 5 5 1 5 Nitkowski 1 10001 DHenryL,3-2 1 22200 Colorado BMJones 6 94426 Veres 1 11111 McElroyW.M 2 00003 BMJones pitched to 2 batters in the 7lh. Umpires— Home, Tata; First, Davis; Second, Bell; Third, Meals. T— 2:49. A— 48,097 (50,381). REDS 6, DODGERS 5 CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl RSndrsd 5121 EcYng2b 4000 Stynes If 5000 Vzcaino ss 3111 BLrkinss 3100 Shlfieldrl 3110 DYnglb 5011 Karros 1b 3110 WGmeSb 4220 Mndesicl 4114 BBoone2b 4234 Knerko3b 3000 Nnnallyrf 2010 Castro 3b 1000 Wlhers p 0000 Hlndsw II 4000 Nievesph 0000 CJhnsnc 3120 Reese pr 0000 Esnrich ph 1000 Graves p 0000 IValdes p 1000 Wlkins ri 0000 Osuna p 0000 Frdyce c 4010 Rdnsky p 0000 Rmlngr p 2010 Bonilla ph 1000 LHrris rt 2000 Shaw p 0000 Totals 36611 6 Totals 31 5 6 5 Cincinnati 020 000 022-6 Los Angeles 410 000 000-5 E— Remlinger (1), EcYoung (7). DP— Los Angeles 1. LOB— Cincinnati 8, Los Angeles 5. 2B-DYoung (19), WGreene (9), CJohnson (6). HR— RSanders (4), BBoone 2 (9), Mondesi (14). CS— Reese (2), EcYoung (6). S— IValdes. SF— Vizcaino. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Remlinger 41-3 6 5 4-3 2 Weathers 22-3 0 0 0 1 3 Graves W.1-0 1 00001 ShawS,16 1 00000 Los Angeles IValdes 7 83336 Osuna 1 11111 Radinsky L.1-2 1 22210 IValdes pitched to 1 batter in the 8lh. Umpires— Home, Layne; First, Rieker; Second, Holbrook; Third, Wendelstedt. T— 2:45. A^t1,306 (56,000). GIANTS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 4 ARIZONA SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl DWhite d 5022 DHmtn d 5010 TBIsta 2b 3010 Mueller 3b 3000 AFox 2b 2000. Bonds II 4010 MWimsSt) 4000 JKenl2b 4110 TLee 1b 4000 Javier rl 4110 JBellss 2200 Snowlb 4221 Miller c 4021 Auriliass 4122 YBnlezll 3010 BJhnsnc 4222 Brederi 4111 Rueterp 3000 Suppan p 2010 Tvarez p 0000 Brow p 0000 Stnkwcph 1010 Tlmacop 0000 Dllucciph 1110 Totals 354104 Totals 35 710 5 Arizona 010 000 003—4 San Francisco 001 013 02x— 7 E— AFox (3), Brede (3), Telemaco (1). DP— San Francisco 2. LOB— Arizona 7, San Francisco 7. 2B-DWhite (14), Miller (2), Snow (7). HR— BJohnson 2 (6). SB— YBenitez (2). S— Tavarez. IP H RER BB SO Arizona Suppan L.1-6 5 65523 Brow 1 10001 Telemaco 2 32000 San Francisco RuelerW.7-3 7 61115 Tavarez 2 43310 Umpires— Home, Schrieber; First, Montague; Second, DeMuth; Third, Relilord. T— 2:46. A— 35,800 (62,000). PADRES 7, CARDINALS 3 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Ganlll 4 1 0 OVeras2b 5010 DeShdsSb 4 1 0 SFinleycl 4211 McGwHb 4 1 2 Gwynnri 4023 RLnkld d 300 Cminiti 3b 3000 McGee ri 401 GVghn II 4110 Mabry 3b 4000 Joyner 1b 3221 Lmpkin c 3020 CHmdz c 3110 Ordaz ss 3000 Gomez ss 3121 Lowep 1000 KBrwnp 2000 Aybarp 1000 MaSwyph 0001 BRHnlrph 1000 PSmithp 0000 Bttnfld p 0000 Totals 32 3 7 3 Totals 31 7 10 7 SI Louis 300 000 000—3 San Diego 140 000 02x-7 DP— St. Louis 1, San Diego 2. LOB— St. Louis 3, San Oiego 6. 2B— DeShields (11), SFinley (13), Gwynn 2 (13), GVaughn (10). S— Gomez. SF— MaSweeney. IP H RER BB SO St. Louis Lowe L.0-1 12-36 5 5 2 1 Aybar 41-3 2 0 0 1 6 Botlenfield 2 22211 San Diego KBrownW,5-3 8 73318 PSmith 1 00001 Umpires — Home, Pulli; First. Williams, C.; Second, Rapuano; Third, Dreckman. T— 2:24. A-^t2,61 8 (59,772). PIRATES 9, EXPOS 4 MONTREAL PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Snlnglo2b 5000 Wmack2b 3212 Slovallri 4111 Sanlord2b 1000 Vdro3b 4000 AMrtinll 4000 FllmeMb 4130 Kendall c 2210 RWhitecl 3121 Osikc 1000 Grdzlnss 4100 KYnglb 3101 McGirell 3010 TWardrt 5111 MHbrdc 4001 Alnswrtcl 2112 MBIslap 1000 ARmrz3b 4000 Lvngsl ph 1000 Plcvich ss 4220 Bennett p 0000 FCdva p 2010 Tellord p 0000 MSmith ph 1010 RPerez ph 1000 Loalza p 0000 Kline p 0000 VGreroph 0001 Totals 34 4 7 4 Totals 32 9 8 6 Montreal 000 002 002-4 Pittsburgh 001 413 OOx— 9 E— Sanlangelo (2), Fullmer (7), Sanlord (2), Polcovich (8). DP— Pittsburgh 1. LOB— Montreal 6, Pittsburgh 8. 2B— Fullmer (24), RWhile (10), TWard (6), Allensworth (10), Polcovich (6), MSmilh (2). 3B— Fullmer (1), Womack (2). HR— Stovall (1). SB— AMartin (9). S— FCordo- va. SF— VGuerrero, Womack. IP H RER BB SO Montreal MBatistaL.1-3 4 55414 Bennett 2-311120 Tellord 11-31 3 1 3 0 Kline 2 10001 Pittsburgh FCordova W.6-3 7 72203 Loalza 2 02022 HBP— by Bennett (Kendall). WP— MBatista. Umpires— Home, Quick; First, West; Second, Kellogg; Third, Danley. T— 2:43. A— 24,718 (47,972). BREWERS 7, MARLINS 6 FLORIDA MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Cnglosicl 2100 Vina2b 5111 Berg ss 4121 Loretta ss 4012 Rnteria ph 1000 Cirillo 3b 3111 Wehnerri 3110 Nilssonlb 4000 Mantel p 0000 Hmelin 1b 0000 Dnwdyph 1000 Nwlleldll 3100 Allnsca p 0000 Jenkins II 1000 ZeileSb 4001 Mthenyc 4132 Floyd II 4022 DrJksnd 3100 DLeelb 4000 Owens rt 2110 Cunsell 2b 4110 Wckmn p 0000 Rdmndc 3231 Karlp 1100 Zaunph 1000 JsVnlinph 1000 JSnchzp 1000 Wodallp 0000 RJcksn rt 3021 Burnitz rt 0000 Totals 35 611 6 Totals 31 7 7 6 Florida 201 201 000-6 Milwaukee 150 000 01x— 7 E— Berg (3), Zeile (7), JSanchez (2). DP— Florida 1, Milwaukee 2. LOB— Florida 5, Milwaukee 7. 2B— Berg (3), Wehner (1), Vina (13), Lorelta (8), Owens (2). HR-Redmond (1), Cirrio (5), Matheny (4). SB— Floyd (6). S-Cangelosi, Owens. IP H RER BB SO Florida JSanchez 3 66231 Mantel 3 10003 Alfonseca L.0-2 2 01012 Milwaukee Karl 6 11 6 6 1 2 WoodallW,2-2 2 00002 WickmanS,2 1 00012 HBP— by Alfonseca (DrJackson), by Manlei (Loretta). Umpires— Home, Crawford; First, Davidson; Second, Gorman; Third, Hallion. T— 2:52. A— 25,590 (53,192). METS 8, PHILLIES 6 NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA abrhbl abrhbl McRaed 5121 Glnvillecl 5221 Gilkeylf 4012 Jfferiesll 4121 Piazzac 5230 SRolenSb 4130 Olerud 1b 4230 Brogna 1b 2101 Allonzo3b 5144 Abreurt 4000 LLopez 2b 3000 MLewis 2b 3111 Bhanon p 0000 Parent c 3022 Becker rl 2010 Lbrthalc 1000 Huskey rl 4000 Rlalord ss 4010 Hojasp 0000 Prtugalp 2000 MFrco ph 0000 Sprdlin p 0000 JFmco p 0000 Hudler ph 1000 ROrdz ss 5130 Gomes p 0000 BJJnes p 1000 Wnston p 0000 Baerga2b 3120 MLeilrp 0000 KJrdanph 1010 Totals 41 8 19 7 Totals 34 6 12 6 New York 302 000 021—8 Philadelphia 104 100 000-6 E-Piazza (4), Parent (2). DP— New York 2, Philadelphia 3. LOB— New York 10, Philadelphia 4. 2B— Olerud (12), Jefferies 2 (9). SRolen (14), MLewis (7). 3B— Alfonzo (1). HR— McRae (4), Glanville (4). SB— SRolen (4). CS— Olerud (1), SRolen (3). S— BJJones. SF— Brogna. IP H RER BB SO New York BJJones 4 10 6 6 1 2 Bohanon 2 . 0001 1 Ro|asW,3-0 2 10001 JFrancoS,12 1 10000 Philadelphia Portugal 52-311 5 5 0 3 Spradlin 1-300000 Gomes 1 41101 Winston L.2-1 1-31 1 000 MLeiler 12-3 3 1 1 2 1 HBP— by Portugal (Gilkey). WP— MLeiter. Umpires— Home, Winters; First, Poncino; Second, Rippley; Third, Darling. T— 3:08. A— 23,025 (62,363). CUBS 4, BRAVES 2 ATLANTA CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl OGBen ss 4000 Lower/ cl 4000 Lckhrt2b 4000 Mmdni2b 3010 ChJnesSb 4121 MaGcelb 4120 Glrrgalb 4111 Blauserss 4110 Klesko II 4010 Mieske rt 4131 JLopez c 3020 HRdrgz II 4000 Tuckerrt 3000 BBrwnlf 0000 AJonesd 3010 Alxndr3b 3111 Neaglep 1000 JHrndz3b 1000 DBIsIa ph 1000 Servais c 4021 Gather p 0000 Tapani p 2011 BPIrsn p 0000 While ph 1000 Beck p 0000 Totals 31 27 2 Totals 34411 4 Atlanta 000 100 001-2 Chicago 000 004 OOx— 4 DP— Chicago 1. LOB— Atlanta 4, Chicago 8. HR— ChJones (15), Galarraga (19). SB— ChJones (5). S— Neagle, Tapani. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Neagle L.7-2 7 11 4 4 1 8 Gather 1 00001 Chicago Tapani W.7-3 7 1-3 6 1 1 1 3 BPalterson 2-300000 BeckS,15 1 11101 Umpires— Home, Hernandez; First, Marsh; Second, Bonin; Third, Hohn. T— 2:23. A— 29,285 (38.884). SUNDAY SPORTS IN BRIEF Golf / Strong back nine carries winners COUPLES Strong finish carries Couples in Memorial DUBLIN, Ohio — Fred Couples, who twice this year failed down the stretch, including at the Masters, closed like a champion on Sunday and won the Memorial Tournament by four strokes over Andrew Magee. Couples' bad back twice had to endure severe-weather delays late in the final round but he made three birdies on the back nine — the nine that had doomed him twice this year — to ease to victory. A closing- round 69 — his fourth consecutive round in the 60s at Muirfield Village — put Couples at 17-under- par 271. Magee finished at 275 with David Duval at 276 and Jim Furyk at 277. The victory was the second this year for Couples and the 14th of his career and it helped ease the memory of a ball in the water on No. 13 that cost him at Augusta National and a water ball on No. 17 that sunk his chances at the Byron Nelson. Gamble pays off for Jarrett in NASCAR win DOVER, Del. — Although there are many ways to win a race, success rarely is achieved as a result of a problem on a pit stop. But that might have been the case Sunday, when Dale Jarrett gambled on fuel and won after a dominant Jeff Gordon was forced to stop for a splash of gas in the MBNA Platinum 400. "When we had it jacked up, the left rear fell down," said Todd Parrott, Jarrett's crew chief. "We had like a 22-second stop." But those four wasted seconds assured them of one thing — plenty of gas. "Obviously, when we sat there that long the guy really packed the thing with fuel," Parrott said of the final pit stop with 101 laps of 400 laps remaining. "I knew we could do 103-104 laps." That was good enough for Jarrett, who ended his career-long drought at Dover Downs International Speedway. "I never even asked him how close we were going to be on fuel," Jarrett said. "Todd said we were going for it, and I said, 'OK' " What they got was redemption in the form of an easy victory. Jarrett won despite leading only the final eight laps while Gordon showed the way for 375. A year ago in this race, Jarrett led 255 laps at the Monster Mile and lost. Vasser delivers Indy victory for Ganassi WEST ALLIS, Wis. — Chip Ganassi was happy and just a little bit surprised after Jimmy Vasser gave his team another oval track victory Sunday in the Miller Lite 200 at the Milwaukee Mile. "All season long, I've been telling people we'd be OK if we could just get past Milwaukee," explained the owner of Target- Chip Ganassi Racing. Youth golf meet to be held Wednesday By The Journal Staff The Independent Insurance Agents of America Junior Golf Classic qualifier will be played Wednesday at Municipal Golf Course, starting with registration at 7:30 a.m. The event begins at 8 a.m. The event is open to youngsters who have not reached age 19 before Aug. 3. There will be boys and girls sections. Entry fees for Saline County youngsters are paid for by the Salina Insurance board. Out-of- county golfers must pay a $25 fee. Entry forms are available at pro shops and the Sentinel Insurance office, 405 E. Iron. FROM PAGE B1 with a different mentality. We started playing like it was a scramble, going at pins and charging our putts." "One-over at the turn and it's very frustrating because it's kind of a home course type deal," Brown said. "You leave the first tee and you believe you'll have a lot of opportunities and nothing happened. "I missed a foot-and-a-half putt on No. 8 and wasn't holding up my end of the deal. It's so difficult to be patient, but that's what this game is all about." Brown and Vandegrift closed in on the leaders with birdies at Nos. 12 and 13, lost a stroke with a bogey at 14, then pulled even with two more birdies at Nos. 15 and 16. Thinking they might need another birdie to move into a tie for the lead, both players reached the green at 18 in two. "I putted first because I know Brownie isn't going to three-putt," Vandegrift said. "And sometimes I get a little antsy in that situation. The putt might have been 20 to 25 feet and a little uphill going right to left. I've had that putt a million times out here and so has Brownie. Fortunately I just hit it right this time." When the putt dropped for a birdie-3, Vandegrift and Brown were the leaders in the clubhouse, and only had to wait for the final group to come in. After picking up their championship plaques, both players gave credit to their partner for the team's success. Now the race at the state fairgrounds on the outskirts of Milwaukee is behind them and the Ganassi team stands first and third in the season points, with four victories in seven races, including three on ovals. Vasser and teammate Alex Zanardi, the reigning champion of the CART Fedex Champonship Series, have now combined to win 17 of their last 39 starts for Ganassi. On Sunday, Vasser outlasted Helio Castro-Neves in a fuel economy run, pulling away at the end. Vicario ousts Serena Williams in France PARIS — Serena Williams awed opponents with her power at the French Open. She failed to impress one of them with her sportsmanship. Williams blew a contentious match Sunday — after coming within two points of victory — that left Arantxa Sanchez Vicario accusing the 16-year-old American of trying to hit her in the head with a shot and of lacking respect for an opponent. Sanchez Vicario rallied to win 4-6, 7-5,6-3 in a fist-pumping battle featuring glares across the net, an unusual dress change and a slam by Williams that nearly beheaded the Spaniard. While Williams accused her opponent of changing from a black outfit to a white one midway through the second set as a strategic move, Sanchez Vicario was upset at Williams' attitude after a controversial point in the first set. "I just think she doesn't have respect. She cannot go in with that attitude," said Sanchez Vicario, the No. 4 seed. "You know, I'm glad that I beat her. That's the thing — I taught her a lesson." While Williams failed to reach the quarterfinals, her older sister earned a spot in the final eight. Venus Williams advanced to a quarterfinal against top-seeded Martina Hingis, a rivalry quickly becoming one of the best in women's sports. The eighth-seeded Venus Williams won 6-1, 6-3 over Henrieta Nagyova of Slovakia. Hingis was a 6-1,6-2 winner over Anna Smashnova of Israel. ASU whips Miami in CWS winners' bracket OMAHA, Neb. — Arizona State's Ryan Mills and Aaron Kramer limited hot-hitting Miami to six singles Sunday and the Sun Devils cruised to a 9-2 victory in the winners' bracket of the College World Series. A left-hander who is expected to be among the first pitchers taken in Tuesday's major league draft, Mills (8-3) pitched into the seventh inning, allowing five hits and two earned runs with six strikeouts and three walks. The sixth-seeded Sun Devils (4022) also got three double plays, the last to end the game. In the evening, Scott Redfox went 3-for-4 and hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning as Long Beach State beat Florida State 7-4 in an elimination game. Redfox sent a 3-1 pitch into the right field bleachers, only his second homer of the season. The sev- "I am playing with the best player in Salina," Vandegrift said. "Brownie carried me the first two days. He deserves the credit because we wouldn't even have been in the championship flight if not for him." "Vandy was a great basketball player and chose not to play golf when he was younger," Brown said. "He's only been playing seriously for what, seven years maybe and he works extremely hard at his golf game." Neuschafer-Robertson finished second for the second year in a row. They started the final round six strokes out, but had birdies on the first three holes to quickly move into contention. Vidricksen-Alt made the turn at 2-under, but did not have a birdie on the back nine. At, Judgto|f Guaranteed Categories: Submit Entries To 1-800-750-77*7 enth-seeded 49ers (44-22-1) had men on base at the time because of some good breaks. Red Sox play role of the Bronx Bombers .NEW YORK — The Boston Red Sox became the Bronx Bombers on Sunday. The Yankees allowed Boston to score 11 runs in the third inning — the most runs in an inning against New York in 55 years — an lost 13-7. 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