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D2 WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 1:20 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Florida at Chicago Cubs. WGN. 6:30 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, teams TBA, ESPN2, cable 39. 9:30 p.m. — Makir League Baseball, teams TBA, ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, teams TBA, ESPN2, cable 39. BASKETBALL 8 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Chicago at Utah, NBC, cable 3,13. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Detroit at Dallas, ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS 8 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable 30. 5, Baltimore 4. 3B—Ducey (1), RPalmeiro (1). HR—ARodriguez (21), Griffey Jr 2 (21), ByAn- derson (7), RPalmeiro (14), Surhofl (8), CRIpken (5). CS—Amaral (1). SF—RDavis. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Moyer 5 97722 Spol|aric 21-3 0 0 0 0 4 Slocumb 12-3 0 0 0 0 3 AyalaL.0-5 0 22200 Baltimore Drabek 51-3 9 7 7 0 3 Rhodes 12-3 1 0 0 0 2 Orosco 1 10011 ABenitez 1 00000 CharttonW,1-1 1 11112 Ayala pitched to 2 batters in the 10th, Rhodes pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. WP—Drabek. Balk—Moyer. Umpires—Home, Craft; First, McKean; Second, Joyce; Third, Clark. T—3:34. A—46,724 (48,262). Baseball Standings New York Boston Toronto Baltimore Tampa Bay Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Detroit Kansas City AMERICAN LEAGUE Esst Division W L 39 33 26 27 25 Central Division W L 34 22 25 30 22 33 GB 13 22 29 30 31 Pet. .750 — .600 7V4 .491 13'A .474 14VS .446 16 Pet. GB .607 — .454 8 'A .400 11V4 11 Vi 12VS 21 32 .396 21 34 .382 West Division W L Pel GB Texas 34 22 .607 — Anaheim 29 26 .527 4% Seattle 26 31 .456 8V4 .Oakland 23 32 .416 10V4 Monday's Games Cleveland 2, Detroit 0 Boston 9, Toronto 5 Tampa Bay 4, Texas 1 Baltimore 10, Seattle 9 N.Y. Yankees 5, Chicago White Sox 4,10 innings Anaheim 6, Kansas City 3 Oakland 6, Minnesota S Tuesday's Games Minnesota 10, Oakland 3 Baltimore 9, Seattle 8,10 innings Texas 7, Tampa Bay 3 Cleveland 8, Detroit 3 Boston 11, Toronto 3 N.Y. Yankees 6, Chicago White Sox 3 Anaheim 7, Kansas City 5 Wednesday's Games Detroit (Greislnger 0-0) at Toronto (Clemens 5-6), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Johns 1-1) at Boston (Lowe 0-4), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Saunders 1-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Hernandez 0-0), 6:35 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Bere 2-5) at Kansas City (Rapp 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (Colon 4-3) at Minnesota (Hawkins 3-5), 7:05 p.m. Anaheim (Finley 5-2) at Seattle (Johnson 5-3), 9:35 p.m. Texas (Sele 6-3) at Oakland (Stein 1-2), 9:35 p.m. TWINS 10, ATHLETICS 3 OAKLAND MINNESOTA abrhbl 3211 1000 3111 1000 3000 0000 4021 3000 4010 4010 3000 4000 Hndrsn If KAbboin Spiezio 2b Voiglrf Grieve rf Bmlgal 2b Bfwers3b Giambi tb Stairs dh Hindi c Chrstns cf Tejada ss Totals Oakland Minnesota 33 3 6 3 Totals abrhbl 4241 1000 5142 4112 5110 0000 4101 5110 4123 0000 4110 4110 401015 9 100 010 100— 3 323 101 OOx—10 Nixon d Ochoad Gates 3b Molitordh Merced 1b Shave 1b MCdvalf TWIker2b PMresss Hcklngss Lawtonri JvVntin c NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida Houston Chicago Milwaukee St. Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnati W L 41 18 31 22 26 21 17 Pet. .695 .585 .473 .368 GB 29 36 40 .298 23 Central Division W L Pet. 33 22 .600 33 24 27 27 30 31 E—Giambi (4), JvValentin (4). LOB—Oakland 8, Minnesota 8. 2B—Gates (3), Molitor (11). HR—Henderson (4), PMeares (5). SB—Henderson (22), Stairs (4). IP H HER BB SO Oakland Candiotti L.4-6 22-3 8 6 8 2 0 Telgheder 12-3 5 1 1 0 0 Small 12-3 1 1 000 1 10000 1 00002 Mohler TJMathews Minnesota SerafiniW,1-0 Guardado Naulty 62-3 11-3 1 WP—Telgheder. Umpires—Home, Reilly; First, McClelland; Second, Hirschbeck; Third, Garcia. T—2:57. A—10,820 (48,678). RED SOX 11, BLUE JAYS 3 BOSTON TORONTO GB 28 28 28 27 West Division W L 36 21 34 .579 .509 ,509 .483 .466 GB Pet San Diego 36 21 .632 — San Francisco 34 24 .586 2V4 Los Angeles 27 29 .482 8V4 Colorado 24 33 .421 12 Arizona 18 39 .316 18 Monday's Games Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Mets 3 Philadelphia 6, Montreal 2 Chicago Cubs 10, Florida 2 Atlanta 5, Milwaukee 2 Arizona 6, Colorado 4 San Diego 3, St. Louis 2 San Francisco 16, Cincinnati 3 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago Cubs 2, Florida 1 Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Mets 2 Montreal 4, Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 9, Milwaukee 0 Arizona at Colorado (n) St. Louis at Los Angeles (n) Houston at San Diego (n) Cincinnati at San Francisco (n) Wednesday's Games Florida (Hernandez 3-3) at Chicago Cubs (Wood 5-2), 1:20 p.m. Cincinnati (Tomko 5-3) at San Francisco (Estes 4-5), 2:35 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Reed 6-2) at Pittsburgh (Ueber 27), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Perez 5-3) at Philadelphia (Beech 13), 6:35 p.m. Atlanta (Glavine 7-2) at Milwaukee (Juden 53), 6:35 p.m. Arizona (Blair 2-8) at Colorado (Astacio 4-7), 8:05 p.m. St. Louis (Petkovsek 3-1) at Los Angeles (R.Martinez 6-2), 9:35 p.m. Houston (Bergman 4-3) at San Diego (Hamilton 3-6), 9:35 p.m. American League ANGELS 7, ROYALS 5 ANAHEIM KANSAS CITY abrhbl 5001 5100 0000 5110 4122 4022 1000 1000 5120 5232 4110 Erstad II DvHIns 3b Shipley 3b Edmnd cl Salmon dh Fielder 1b Nevin c Wlbeckc GAndsn ri Bghmn 2b DSrcna ss Totals Anaheim Kansas City 39 711 7 Totals abrhbl 4000 2000 3100 4200 4122 5111 5011 3000 1000 1000 3010 355 5 4 110 030 020—7 010 000 013—5 Damon cf Offrmn 2b JKing tb Palmer 3b Conine If Mackdh Dyerf Fasano c Pndlton ph MiSwyc Halter ss abrhbl abrhbl DLewtsd 5121 JoCruzd 5000 Jffrsondh 4100 Stewart If 4010 Grcprrss 5113 Cnsecor! 3100 MVghntb 4011 CDkjdolb 3110 O'Lrylf 5111 Stanley dh 3121 JnVn6n3b 4220 TFmdz2b 3000 Hltbergc 3211 Sprgue3b 4000 Merionl2b 4221 Dlsndroc 4032 Braggri 4113 Grbeckss 3010 Totals 38111111 Totals 32 3 8 3 Boston 004 100 051—11 Toronto 021 000 000— 3 E—TFemandez (5). DP—Toronto 1. LOB— Boston 5, Toronto 9. 2B—DLewis (11), MVaughn (12), JnValentin (15), Merloni (4), CDelgado (17), Dalesandro (1). HR—Garcia- parra (7), O'Leary (13), Bragg (4). SB—Jn- Valentin (3), Canseco (17). CS—Canseco 2 (6). S—TFemandez. IP H RER BB SO Boston AveryW.2-1 5 33363 Garces 2 20003 Berkley 2 30000 Toronto Carpenter L.1-2 72-3 8 7 7 2 6 VanRyn 0 01110 Hanson 11-33 3 3 2 0 VanRyn pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. Umpires—Home, Bamelt; Rrst, Kosc; Second, Morrison; Third, Kaiser. T—2:53. A—26,177(51,000). E—DvHollins 2 (8), PHarris (1), Palmer 2(15). DP—Kansas City 1. LOB—Anaheim 13, Kansas City 12. 2B—GAnderson (12), DiSarci- na (11), Conine (9), Mack (9), Dye (3), Halter (9). HR—Salmon (12), Baughman (1). SB—Offerman 2 (12), JKing (3). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim WashburnW,1-0 61-3 DeLucia PHarris Holtz Hasegawa Perrival S,16 Kansas City Haney L.3-4 Pittsley Bevil Service Whisenant 2-3 2-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 5 12-3 1 1-3 2-3 1-3 DeLucia pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Holtz pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. HBP—ty Holtz (Otferman), by Service (Erstad), by DeLucia (Palmer), by Pittsley (Nevin), by Haney (Nevin). PB—Fasano. Umpires—Home, Tschida; Rrst, Denkingen Second. Foster; Third, Reed. T—3:32. A—12,020 (40,625). SEATTLE ORIOLES 9, MARINERS 8 10 Innings BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Cora2b 5110 ByAdsnd 5113 ARdrgz ss 5222 EDavis rf 5000 GrtyJrd 5234 Bainesdh 4010 Segui 1b 5130 Hmnds pr 0100 EMrtnz dh 4000 RPImr 1b 5332 Duceyrl 3111 RAImr2b 4 C 1 0 GHill ph t 0 0 0 Surholf If 4111 McCrty rf 0000 CRpken 3b 3112 Huson3b 2000 Wbsterc 4120 RDavis 3b 2001 Bordick ss 1000 Mrzano c 4000 Rboulel ss 3110 Amaral If 4120 Totals 40612 8 Totals 38 911 8 Seattle 203 002 000 1—8 Baltimore 020 410 000 2-9 No outs when winning run scored. E—Huson 2 (2). DP—Seattle 1. LOB—Seattle CLEVELAND INDIANS B, TIGERS 3 DETROIT abrhbl Vizquel ss 5 0 t 0 Barteed Onslonll '4110 RandaSb Lofton d 1110 Hggnsnrf Justice dh 5240 ToClrkdh Thome 1b 5011 LGnzlzlf MRmrzrf 4112 Easley2b Whiten d 5121 CrJnoriolb SAImrc 3110 JOtverc Frymn3b 4111 DCruzss DaBell 2b 4022 Totals 40 815 7 Totals 31 3 6 3 Cleveland 120 030 011-8 Detroit 000 120 000—3 E—Whiten (1), JOIiver (4). DP—Cleveland 1, LOB—Cleveland 7, Detroit 6. 2B—Justice (21), MRamlrez (13), SAIomar (10), Fryman (11), JO- Iiver (7). HR—ToClark (8). SB—Lotion (16) Justice (2). SF-JOIiver. abrhbl 3000 4010 4110 3222 3000 4010 3000 3011 4000 Cleveland Burba W.7-4 Assenmacher MJeckson Detroit JThpsn L.3-6 Worrell ToJones Runyan H RER BB SO 5 11 6 6 0 3 3 21104 2-321 01 1 1-300000 HBP—by Assenmacher (LGonzalez), by Wor roll (SAIomar), by Burba (Catalanotto). Umpires—Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Second Merrill; Third, Scott. T—2:37. A—16,351 (46,945). TEXAS RANGERS 7, DEVIL RAYS 3 TAMPA BAY Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 BASEBALL Chicago While Sox at Kansas City, 7 p.m. 'owell Chicago Clark 8 81123 AdamsW,4-3 1 00011 JPowell pitched to 1 batter in Ihe 9th. WP—MClark. Balk—FHeredia. Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Vanover; Sec- nd, Hirschbeck, M.; Third, Froemming. T—2:21. A—16,875 (38,884). ntnglo II dro2b Grero rf mer 1b rbinap While d rdzlnss Vidgerc ,ndrws3b avanop 3lstap ins p cGlrelb otals 35 410 4 Totals 32 3 6 3 ontreal 003 000 010—4 hlladelphla 001 001 100—3 E—Grudzielanek (13). LOB—Montreal 9, hiladelphia 5. 2B—Vidro (6), VGuerrero (9), ullmer (25), RWhile (11). HR—SRolen (12). B—Grudzielanek (9), Abreu (5). S—Vidro, chilling. SF—Widger. IP H RER BB SO Montreal avanoW.1-0 Batista ine rbina S,13 Philadelphia chilling L.5-6 abrhbl abrhb TGdwin cf 5020 McCkn cl 4010 Alicea2b 5123 DaMrtzrf 3110 Greerlf 5010 Boggs3b 4 1 1 juGnlzrf 5000 McGrff 1b 4010 WCIarklb 3231 BSmith2b 4000 IRdrgz c 4120 Srrento dh 4110 Stevens dh 2100 DiFlce c 3020 Simmsdh 0000 Stackerss 4021 Cedenoss 3101 Winnlf 4000 FTalis 3b 4112 Totals 36 711 7 Totals 34393 Texas 060 010 000—; Tampa Bay 000 120 000—3 DP—Texas 2. LOB—Texas 6, Tampa Bay 8 2B—Greer (8), WCIark (9), IRodriguez (23, DaMartinez (9), Sorrento (15), DiFelice (2 Stacker (7). HR-Allcea (1), WCIark (8), Bogg (3). SB—TGoodwin (22). CS—Alicea (2). IP H RER BB SO Texas WittW,5-3 51-3 7 3 3 4 Levine 2-30000 Bailes 1 1000 XHemandez 12-3 1 0 0 0 Wetteland 1-30 0 0 0 Tampa Bay JJohnson L.2-3 12-3 3 6 6 3 Santana 3 5110 Ruebel 21-3 3 0 0 0 ALopez 1 0001 Mecir 1 0000 Umpires—Home, Cousins; First, Welke; Sec ond, Cederstiom; Third, Brinkman. T—3:09. A—24,477 (45,200). YANKEES 6, WHITE SOX 3 CHICAGO NEW YORK abrhbl abrhb Drham2b 4010 Knt>lch2b 4121 Carusoss 4010 DJelerss 4123 FThms dh 4000 O'Neill rf 4121 Belle If 4222 BWIIms d 4010 Vntura 3b 3000 TMrtnz 1b 4000 Crderolb 4111 Raines dh 4110 MOrdzrf 4000 CurtisII 3010 Cmeroncf 3010 Posada c 300 O'Brien c 3010 Brosius 3b 322 Totals 33 37 3 Totals 336116 Chicago 010 101 000—3 Nsw York 100 040 10X-6 E—Durham (8), Caruso (13), Brosius (9 DP-Chlcago 4, New York 2. LOB—Chkago 4 New York 3.2B—Cameron (4), Knoblauch (13 Brosius (14). HR—Belle 2 (13), Cordero (7 DJeter (8), O'Neill (5). IP H RER BB SO Chicago Sirotka 1,6-5 61-3 11 6 3 0 Fordham 12-30 0 0 0 New York DWells W.8-1 8 7331 MRiveraS,11 1 0000 Umpires—Home, Evans; First, McCoy; Sec ond, Johnson; Third, Meriwether. T—2:28. A—22,599 (57,545). National League CUBS 2, MARLINS 1 FLORIDA CHICAGO abrhbl abrhb Dnwdyd 4120 BBrwncf 4 1 1 Hntena ss 4010 Mmdni 2b 412 Kotsay rf 4000 Sosa rf 401 Zeile 3b 3000 MaGce 1 b 300 Floyd II 4021 HHdrgz If 200 DLeelb 4000 Lcweryph 000 uric nsell 2b owsp cksnph rdiap Vrellp tals orlda ilcago Hrdtke ph Blauser ss JHmdz 3b Servals c MClark p White ph TAdms p 33 1 8 1 Totals 3010 3010 3010 1000 0000 0000 1011 3000 3000 3000 2000 1000 0000 30 2 S 2 000 100 000—1 000 001 001—2 )ne out when winning run scored. OB—Florida 9, Chicago 5.2B—Dunwoody (3). R—BBrown (5). CS—Renleria (7). S-Coun- II. IP Rorlda eadows B Heredia L.0-3 1-3 0 H RER BB SO EXPOS 4, PHILLIES 3 ONTREAL PHILA abrhbl 4110 4121 4010 5121 0000 4011 4110 2011 4010 4000 0000 0000 0000 35 410 4 Totals Glnville d Jfferies If SRolen 3b Brogna 1b Lbrthal c Sefcik pr Abreu ri MLewis 2b KJrdan ph Rlalord ss AAriasss Schllng p abrhbl 4020 4001 4111 3000 4010 0000 3100 3000 1010 1110 3001 2000 71-3 1-3 1-3 1 4 0 0 2 10 2 6 WP— HBP—by Schilling (Santangelo] chilling 2. Umpires—Home, Gorman; First, Hallion; Sec- nd, Crawford; Third, Davidson. T—2:28. A—13,606 (62,363). Clayton ss 5000 Drilortp 3000 Pgnozzi c 4110 Bruske p 0000 Mrckerp 2110 Rathp 0000 McGeelf 1110 Totals 38 711 7 Totals 30 4 8 4 St. Louis 000 040 030—7 Los Angeles 031 000 000-4 LOB—St. Louis 10, Los Angeles 2. 2B— DeShields (12), Mabry (8), EcYoung (14), Mon- desi (14). HR—BJordan (9), CJohnson (10). SB—DeShields (13). CS-Hollandsworth (3). S-Vizcaino. SF—Sheffield, Bonllla. IP H RER BB SO PIRATES 5, METS 2 EWYORK PITTSBURGH ylcRae cl ilkeyll iazzac )lerud 1b Ifonzo 3b aerga 2b uskey rf lOrdz ss Lopez ss oshii p hanon p udekp MFrcoph ookp McMdp otals ewYork Ittsburgh abrhbl 4010 4110 4011 2020 4000 4000 4111 2000 2010 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 0000 33 2 7 2 Totals abrhbl Wmack2b AMrtin If Rlncon p TWardcf KYng1b JGIIen ri 32 3 1 0000 0 4 0 MaMtzlt Strange 3b Osikc Plcvicti ss Peters p Alnswrt d 4 0 4 0 3 1 0000 1000 4011 3010 3000 1000 1100 305 75 110 000 000—2 100 130 OOx—5 E—Gilkey (1). DP—New York 1, Pittsburgh 1. OB—New York 6, Pittsburgh 4.2B—Gilkey (11), TWard (7), JGuillen (16). 3B-KYoung (1). HR— Huskey (7). SB-Olerud (1). CS—AMartin (2). IP H RER BB SO New York tashli 2 11010 BohanonL,2-2 3 54411 Hudek 1 00002 Cook 1 00002 McMichael 1 10002 Pittsburgh Peters W.1-3 5 42212 Dessens 21-3 3 0 0 0 2 RinconS.S 12-3 0 0 0 1 2 HBP-by Bohanon (AMartin). WP—Peters. Umpires—Home, Bonin; First, Hohn; Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh. T—2:34. A—9,040 (47,972). BRAVES 9, BREWERS 0 ATLANTA MILWAUKEE abrhbl 3110 Vina2b 4000 Loretta ss 1000 Cirillo 3b 4220 5225 2000 1000 4120 4120 1000 3233 4001 OGIIen ss Lckhrt2b irffnno 2b ChJnes 3b Glrrga 1b Klesko If ierWm If JLopez c Tucker rf DBtstarf AJonescf DeMrtzp abrhbl 4020 4020 3010 4010 4020 3020 1000 4010 4010 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 Totals 36 912 9 Totals 350120 Atlanta 020 120 040—9 Milwaukee 000 000 000—0 DP—Atlanta 3, Milwaukee 1. LOB—Atlanta 9, Milwaukee 9. 2B—OGuillen (1), Nilsson (5). 3B-^JLopez (1), AJones 2 (4). HR—Galarraga 2 (21), AJones (9). SB-ChJones (6). CS— OGuillen (1).S—DeMartinez. IP H RER BB Atlanta DeMrtz W.2-2 Milwaukee PWagnerL,1-4 42-3 Patrick 1 1-3 2 1 Bumitz rf Nilsson 1b Grssom cf DrJksn cf Jenkins If Mlheny c PWgnrp Patrick p Owens ph Wodall p Hmelin ph MMyrsp Hughes ph 36 912 9 Totals SO 12 0 0 1 3 Woodall MMyers HBP—by MMyers (AJones). Umpires—Home, Bell; First, Meals; Second, Tata; Third, Davis. T—2:45. A—39,017 (53,192). DIAMONDBACKS 9, ROCKIES 3 ARIZONA COLORADO abrhbl 3111 4010 3000 4110 4112 3010 4000 3000 1000 1000 1000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 Totals 39 914 9 Totals 33 3 5 3 Arizona 022 310 010—9 Colorado 102 000 000—3 E—Stinnett (3), LWalker (3). LOB—Arizona 10, Colorado 6. 2B—Dellucci 3 (10), KGarcia (3), Stinnett 2 (5), LWalker (25), Helton (13). HR—MWilliams (11), KGarcia (3), NPerez (3), Castilla (21). SB—Burks (1). CS—DWhite (4). SF—Stinnett. AFox 2b FRdrgz p DWhite cf TLeelb MWIms3b Dllucci If JBell ss KGrcia ri Stinnett c BnAdsnp Brede ph RPmgr p YBntez ph Stnkwc2b abrhbl 6110 0000 3210 3112 5121 4243 4010 5122 4021 3100 1000 0000 1000 0000 NPerez ss Burks cf Bchetle II LWIker rf Castilla 3b Mellon 1b Using 2b Mnwmc JReed ph JmWgt p Bates ph Munoz p Veres p CGdwin ph Wnhuse p Vn Wai ph 39 914 9 Totals IP H RER BB SO Arizona BnAdsnW.3-6 6 53311 RSpnnger 2 00014 FRodriguez 1 00012 Colorado JmWrighlL,4- 4 87731 Munoz 1 21100 Veres 2 10012 Wainhouse 2 31101 HBP—by Wainhouse (DWhile) by Veres (JBell). WP—FRodriguez. Umpires—Home, Kellogg; First, Danley; Second, Quick; Third, West. T—2:49. A—47,905(50,381). CARDINALS 7, DODGERS 4 ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELS abrhbl abrhbl Ganlll 5001 EcYng2b 4120 Frsctre p 0000 Vzcaino ss 3000 Bmlleyp 0000 Shffieldrf 3001 DeShds2b 4231 Karros 1b 4110 BJrdan ri 4223 Mndesi cl 4120 RLnkid cl 4010 Bonilla 3b 3001 Gaelti 3D 4012 Hlndsw II 3010 Mabry 1b 5010 CJhnsn c 3122 St. Louis MerckerW,5-3 7 84402 Frascatore 1 00000 BrantleyS,9 1 00001 Los Angeles DreifortL,3-5 72-3 9 6 6 6 8 Bruske 1-321100 Rath 1 00000 WP—Drellort. Umpires—Home, Montague; First, DeMuth; Second, Reliford; Third, Schrieber. T—2:33. A—36,367 (56,000). All-star voting AMERICAN LEAGUE NEW YORK (AP) — Voting for the 69th All- Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July 7 at Colorado: First Basemen 1, David Segui, Seattle, 113,473.2, Will Clark, Texas, 74,888. 3, Fred McGriff, Tampa Bay, 56,414. 4, Jim Thome, Cleveland, 49,754. 5, Frank Thomas, Chicago, 48,111. 6, Tino Martinez, New York, 47,463.7, Mo Vaughn, Boston, 40,715.8, Jeff King, Kansas City, 34,229. Second Basemen 1, Joey Cora, Seattle, 120,387.2, Roberto Alomar, Baltimore, 94,360. 3, Chuck Knoblauch, New York, 86,038. 4, Mark McLemore, Texas, 81,429.5, Shawon Dunston, Cleveland, 33,079. 6, Jose Offerman, Kansas City, 31,979. 7, Miguel Cairo, Tampa Bay, 18,855.8, Tony Fernandez, Toronto, 10,230. Third Baaemen 1, Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 218,824. 2, Russ Davis, Seattle, 61,304.3, Dean Palmer, Kansas City, 57,960. 4, Fernando Tails, Texas, 37,872. 5, Wade Boggs, Tampa Bay, 34,514. 6, Travis Fryman, Cleveland, 31,018. 7, Robin Ventura, Chicago, 19,499. 8, Scott Brosius, New York, 11,146. Shortstops 1, Alex Rodriguez, Seattle, 179,989. 2, Kevin Elster, Texas, 66,456. 3, Nomar Garciaparra, Boston, 62,578. 4, Omar Vizquel, Cleveland, 56,759. 5, Derek Jeter, New York, 56,271. 6, Kevin Slocker, Tampa Bay, 31,924.7, Felix Martinez, Kansas City, 23,235.8, Mike Bordick, Baltimore, 11,311. Outfielders 1, Ken Grifley, Jr., Seattle, 312,584. 2, Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 136,772. 3, Kenny Lofton, Cleveland, 104,655. 4, Jay Buhner, Seattle, 89,360. 5, David Justice, Cleveland, 85,128. 6, Rusty Greer, Texas, 73,375.7, Brady Anderson, Baltimore, 52,210. 8, Tom Goodwin, Texas, 51,676. 9, Glenallen Hill, Seattle, 45,936. 10, Darryl Strawberry, New York, 43,051.11, Jose Cruz, Jr., Toronto, 41,423.12, Manny Ramirez, Cleveland, 38,088. 13, Bemie Williams, New York, 34,500. 14, Hal Morris, Kansas City, 30,953.15, Paul O'Neill, New York, 29,817.16, Albert Belle, Chicago, 28,387. Catchers 1, Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 200,164.2, Dan Wilson, Seattle, 110,667. 3, Sandy Alomar, Cleveland, 104,264. 4, Mike Sweeney, Kansas City, 25,562. 5, Joe Girardi, New York, 18,745. 6, John Flaherty, Tampa Bay, 12,733. 7, Chris Holies, Baltimore, 10,741. 8, Charlie O'Brien, 9,195. Amateur draft NEW YORK (AP) — Selections in ma|or league baseball's 1998 amateur draft, which began Tuesday: First Round 1. Philadelphia, Pat Burrell, 3b, Miami 2. Oakland, Mark Mulder, Ihp, Michigan Slate. 3. Chicago Cubs, Corey Patterson, of, Harrison HS, Kennesaw, Ga. 4. Kansas City, Jeff Austin, Stanford. 5. St. Louis, J.D. Drew, of, Florida State. 6. Minnesota, Ryan Mills, Ihp, Arizona State. 7. Cincinnati, Austin Kearns, rf, Lafayette HS, Lexington, Ky. 8. Toronto, Felipe Lopez, Lake Brantley HS, Altamonta Springs, Ra. 9. San Diego, Sean Burroughs, 3b, Wilson HS, Long Beach, Calil. 10. Texas, Carlos Pena, 1b, Northeastern. 11. Montreal, Josh McKinley, ss, Malvem Prep, Downington, Pa. 12. Boston, Adam Everett, ss, South Carolina. 13. Milwaukee, J.M. Gold, rhp, North HS, Tom's River, N.J. 14. Detroit, Jeff Weaver, rhp, Fresno State. 15. Pittsburgh, Clint Johnston, Ihp-ol, Vanderbill. 16. Chicago While Sox, Kip Wells, rhp, Baylor. 17. Houston (from Colorado for Darryl Kile), Brad Lidge, rhp, Notre Dame. 18. Anaheim, Seth Etherton, rhp, Southern Cal. 19. San Francisco (from Houston for Doug Henry), Tony Torcata, ss-3b, Woodland (Calif.) HS. 20. Cleveland, C.C. Sabathia, Ihp, Vallep (Calil.) HS. 21. New York Mets, Jason Tyner, of, Texas A&M. 22. Seattle, Matt Thorton, Ihp, Grand Valley Slate. 23. Los Angeles, Bubba Crosby, ol, Rice. 24. New York Yankees, Andy Brown, ol, Richmond (Ind.) HS. 25. San Francisco, Nate Bump, rhp, Penn State. 26. Baltimore, Rick Elder, of, Sprayberry HS, Marietta, Ga. 27. Florida, Chip Ambres, of, West Brook HS, Beaumont, Texas. 28. Colorado (from Atlanta for Andres Galarraga), Matt Roney, rhp, North HS, Edmond, Okla. 29. San Francisco (from' Tampa Bay lor Roberto Hernandez), Arturo McDowell, of, Forest Hills HS, Jackson, Miss. 30. Kansas City (from Arizona for Jay Bell), Matt Burch, rhp. Virginia Commonwealth. ROYALS DRAFT PICKS 1 — Jeff Austin, RHP, 6-0,185, Stanford 2 — Matt Burch, RHP, 6-3,185, Virginia Commonwealth 3 — Chris George, LHP, 6-1,165, Klein High School, Spring, Texas 4 — Robert Morrison, RHP, 6-0, 215, Miami University 5 — Benjamin Cordova, CF, 5-11,190, Marian Catholic HS, Chula Vista, Calif. 6 — Monty Ward, RHP, 6-1,180, Texas Tech 7 — Scott Chiasson, RHP, 6-3,165, Eastern Connecticut University 8 — Michael Curry, CF, 5-10,185, University of South Carolina 9 — Jeremy Dodson, RF, 6-2,190, Baylor 10 — Norris Hopper, SS, 5-10, 175, Shelby High School (North Carolina) 11 — Paul Phillips, C, 5-11,175, Alabama 12 — Jeremy Jackson, LHP, 6-4, 205, Mis- sisssippi State 13 — Cary Ammons, LHP, 5-11,170, Southeastern Oklahoma 14 — Emanuel Santana, C, 6-0,190, Maestro Ladi High School (Puerto Rico) 15 — Brian Shackelford, RF, 6-1, 190, Oklahoma 16 — Shawn Sedlacek, RHP, 6-4, 200, Iowa State 17 — Brock Griffin, C, 6-0, 175, Jesuit HS (Portland, Ore) 18 — Craig Jones, RHP, 6-2, 190, Southern California 19 — Charles Hamilton, RHP, 6-4, 200, Hol- lendale Simmons HS (Hollendale, Miss.) 20 — Ryan Hill, RHP, 64, 200, Wabash Valley College 21 — Aaron Fausett, CF, 6-2,220, Beaverton HS (Beaverton, Ore.) 22 — Javier Pamus, RHP, 6-1,180, San Jose State 23 — James Shanks, CF, 6-0,185, Solomon Christian HS (South Carolina) 24 — John Lee, RHP, 6-0. 205, University of Washington 25 — Corey Hart, 2B, 6-0,185, Oklahoma 26 — Ryan Fry, CF, 6-0,210, Missouri 27 — Jeremy Freitas, LF, 6-3, 210, Southern Cal. PAST NO.1 PICKS NEW YORK (AP) — A list of the top picks in baseball's amateur draft since 1965 with player, position and team: 1965—Rick Monday, of, (Athletics) 1966—Steve Chilcott. c, (Mels) 1967—Ron Blomberg, inf, (Yankees) I 1968—Tim Foil, inf, (Mets) 1969-^Jeff Burroughs, of, (Senators) 1970—Mike Me, c, (Padres) 1971—Danny Goodwin, c, (White Sox) 1972—Dave Roberts, Inl, (Padres) 1973—David Clyde, p, (Rangers) 1974—Bill Almon, inf, (Padres) 1975—Danny Goodwin, c, (Angels) 1976—Floyd Bannister, p, (Astros) 1977—Harold Balnes, of, (White Sox) 1978—Bob Homer, inf, (Breves) 1979—Al Chambers, of, (Mariners) 1980—Darryl Strawberry, of, (Mets) 1981—Mike Moore, p, (Mariners) 1982—Shawon Dunston, Inf, (Cubs) 1983—Tim Belcher, p, (Twins) 1984—Shawn Abner, of, (Mets) 1985—B.J. Surhoff, c, (Brewers) 1988-^Jeff King, inf, (Pirates) 1987—Ken Griffey Jr., of, (Mariners) 1988—Andy Benes, p, (Padres) 1989—Ben McDonald, p, (Orioles) 1990—Chipper Jones, inf, (Braves) 1991—Brien Taylor, p, (Yankees) 1992—Phil Nevin, 3b, (Astros) 1993—Alex Rodriguez, ss, (Mariners) 1994—Paul Wilson, p, (Mets) 1995—Darin Erstad, of, (Angels) 1996-Krls Benson, p, (Pirates) 1997—Matt Anderson, p, (Tigers) 1998—Pat Burrell, 3b, (Phillies) Texas League WICHITA 5, SAN ANTONIO 4 Wichita 200 020 100 — 5 8 2 San Antonio 102000010 — 4 8 1 W-Gooding (2-3). L—Neal (0-1). 2B—W: Brown 2; SA: Pena. HR—W: Oulnn; SA: Pena. College World Series At Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Arizona State 11, Florida State 10 Miami 3, Long Beach State 1 Saturday, May 30 LSU 12, Southern Cal 10 Mississippi State 14, Florida 13 Sunday, May 31 Arizona State 9, Miami 2 Long Beach State 7, Florida State 4, Florida St. eliminated Monday, June 1 Game 7 — LSU 10, Mississippi Slate 6 Game 8 — Southern Cal 12, Florida 10,111n- nings Tuesday, June 2 Long Beach State 6, Miami 3 Southern Cal 7, Mississippi State 1 Wednesday, June 3 Game 11 — Arizona State (40-22) vs. Long Beach State (43-22-1), 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 4 Game 12 — LSU (48-17) vs. Southern Cal (46-17), 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 5 Game 13 — Arizona State vs. Game 11 winner, 2:30 p.m., H necessary Game 14—Game 7 winner vs. Game 12 winner, 2:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m., it necessary Saturday, June 8 Championship Game 15 — Game 5 or 13 winner vs. Game 7 or 14 winner, 11:30 a.m. LONG BEACH ST. 6, MIAMI 3 Long Beach State 020 001 003—6 14 2 Miami 020 010 000—3 7 1 Galto, Merrill (7), Kordich (7), Marr (9) and Kennedy; Roque, Howell (6), Morrison (8), Gutierrez (9), Kamalsky (9) and Jacobson. W—Kordich, 5-4. L—Morrison 2-2. Sv—Marr (9). HRs-Long Beach State, Hall (7). Miami, Hull (21). SOUTHERN CAL 7, MISSISSIPPI ST. 1 Southern Cal 031 000 201—7 12 0 Mississippi St. 000 000 010—1 5 2 Currier, Weibling (9) and Munson; Freed, Relnike (2), H.Thoms (6), Polk (8), Donovan (9) and Patton. W—Currier, 6-1. L—Freed, 6-6. HRs—Southern Cal, Ticehurst 2 (17). 3.5 Adult Men — Second In pool play 4.0 Senior Men — Fourth place overall Golf Hole-in-one WHO-RayMollne. WHERE — Saline Country Club. WHEN —Tuesday. HOLE —No. 3. DISTANCE —133 yards. CLUB USED-Pitching wedge. WITNESSES — Charlie Ross, Jerry Belt, Bill Knox. PGA SUCCESS INDEX The following points system by AP golf writer Ron Sirak ranks players based on top-three finishes on the PGA Tour over the last 52 weeks. It begins with the 1997 Kemper and ends with Ihe 1998 Memorial. Five points were awarded lor a first-place linish, three for a second and one for a third. Triple points were awarded lor Ihe four major championships and double points for the Tour Championship and the Players Championship. Rk. Player 1. Justin Leonard 2. David Duval 3. Emle Els tie. Davis Love III 5. Fred Couples 6. Tiger Woods tie Mark O'Meara 8. Jeff Maggert 9. Greg Norman tie Phil Mlckelson tie. Jesper Pamevik 12. Billy Mayfalr 13. Colin Montgomerie tie. Jim Furyk lie. Mark Calcavecchia tie. Andrew Magee 1st 2nd 3rd Pts MONEY LEADERS PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Ra. (AP) — PGA Tour money leaders through the Memorial Tournament, which ended May 31: Tm Money 11 $1,477,017 13 $1,462,155 14 $1,152,209 11 $1,061,234 11 $894,724 $862,552 $840,615 $840,124 $836,519 $832,385 $788,800 I.Fred Couples 2. David Duval 3. Justin Leonard 4. Tiger Woods 5. Mark O'Meara 6. John Huston 7. Jim Furyk 8. Mark Calcavecchia 9. Glen Day 10. Tom Watson 11. Phil Mlckelson 12.John Cook 13. Davis Love III 14. Bob Estes 15. Emle Els 16. Trevor Dodds 17. Billy Mayfalr 18. Jesper Pamevik 19. Jeff Maggert 20. Tom Lehman 15 15 14 14 10 15 14 10 16 8 16 15 11 14 13 $784,407 $705,587 $683,817 $667,638 $660,013 $637,050 $620,495 $592,480 $578,202 World rankings THROUGH MAY31 Rei Points 1. Emle Els 2. Tiger Woods Semi-pro LINDSBORG 6, ST. JOSEPH, MO. 4 Undsborg 320 000 100—6 7 4 St. Joseph 010100002—4 5 0 Goodwin and Orick; Owens, Olson (3) and Scott. W—Goodwin. L—Owens. 2B—L: Rau, Pale, Crick; SJ: Fleelwood. 3B—SJ: Lowell. Records — Undsborg 8-3; St. Joseph 2-2. Basketball NBA playoffs FINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday, June 3 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 5 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, June 7 Utah at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, June 10 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m., it necessary (NBC) Sunday, June 14 Chicago at Utah, 6:30 p.m., it necessary (NBC) Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m., if necessary (NBC) 3. Davis Love III 4. Greg Norman 5. Colin Montgomerie 6. Justin Leonard 7. David Duval 8. Nick Price 9. Tom Lehman 10. Phil Mlckelson 11. Mark O'Meara 12. Jumbo Ozaki 13. Tom Watson 14. Fred Couples 15. Vijay Singh 16. Lee Westwood 17. Jim Furyk 18. Scott Hoch 19. Mark Calcavecchia 20. Jesper Pamevik Fishing SAI USA USA Aus Soo USA USA Zim USA USA USA Jpn USA USA Fij Eng USA USA USA Swe 12.38 11.73 10.67 9.91 8.84 8.72 7.67 7.66 7.55 7.48 7.19 6.70 6.57 6.57 6.32 6.07 5.64 5.62 5.56 Walleye results EL DORADO LAKE WALLEYE TOURNAMENT Results From May 31 1. Robert Riddick-Timothy Greiner, Mllford: 6 walleye, 17.2 total pounds, $750. 2. Ron Mohr-Rick Garrett, Great Bend: 5 walleye, 12.9 total pounds, $450.00. 3. Eugene Hotz- Sid Carlile, Hays: 3 walleye, 11.7 total pounds, $300. Large walleye: Dennis Murphy-Val Schmitz, Seneca: 6.7 pounds, $200. Total boats: 86. Hockey 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) Tuesday, May 26 Dallas 3, Detroit 1 Thursday, May 28 Washington 4, Buffalo 3, (ol) Friday, May 29 Detroit 5, Dallas 3 Saturday, May 30 Washington 2, Buffalo 0 Sunday, May 31 Detroit 3, Dallas 2, Detroit leads series 3-1 Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo 2, Washington 1, Washington leads serels 3-2 Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas al Detroit, 6:30 p.m., il necessary (ES- PN) Soccer World Cup UNITED STATES ROSTER The 22 players selected Tuesday for the 22- man U.S. World Cup roster (teams MLS unless noted; x-on 1994 World Cup roster; y-on 1990 World Cup roster): Goalkeepers x-Brad Friedel (Liverpool, England); y-Kasey Keller (Leicester, England); x-Juergen Sommer (Columbus). Defenders Jeff Agoos (DC United); xy-Marcelo Balboa (Colorado); x-Mike Burns (New England); x- Thomas Dooley (Columbus); x-Alexi Lalas (New York-New Jersey); Eddie Pope (DC United); David Regis; (Karlsruher SC, Germany). Midfielders Chad Deerlng (VIL Wollburg, Germany); Frankie Hejduk (Tampa Bay); x-Cobi Jones (Los Angeles); Brian Malsonneuva (Columbus); x- Joe-Max Moore (New England); xy-Tab Ramos, (New York-New Jersey); x-Claudio Reyna (VIL Wolfsburg, Germany); x-Emie Stewart (NAC Breda, Netherlands). Forwards Brian McBride (Columbus); Preki Radosavlje- vic (Kansas City); x-Roy Wegerle (Tampa Bay); xy-Eric Wynalda (San Jose). Recreation Tennis Missouri Valley FINAL 1997 KANSAS DISTRICT RANKINGS (Sallna players) Female Junior Player of the Yesr — Stephanie Smith Girls 16 singles — 4. Stephanie Smith, 6.67 Girls 14 singles — 11. Stephanie Smith, 4.67 Girls 12 singles — 1. Stephanie Smith, 12.0 Boys 18 singles — 19. Adam Tripp, 2.2 Boys 16 singles — 8. Ben Hoffman, 4.66; 14. Robert Feyerherm, 3.63; 17. Jeff Lamb, 3.5; 29. Andy Porter, 1.63. Boys 14 singles — 14. Jonathan Feyerherm, 2.67 Boys 12 singles — 3. Nathan Martin, 9.57; 11. Jeremy Zimmer, 5.0 Boys 16 doubles — 3. Ben Hoffman/Jeff Lamb, 6.0; 5. Jonathan Feyerherm/Robert Feyerherm. 4.66 Boys 14 doubles — 1. Matt Huseman-Brett Taylor, 10.0 Boys 12 doubles — 3. Nathan Martin/Jeremy Zimmer, 7.33 Men's open singles — 6. Thayne Currie, 4.0 Men's 4.5 singles — 8. Rick Stevens, 2.7 Men's 3.5 singles — 6. Bob Hopkins, 4.4 Women's 3.5 singles — 1. Le Sankey, 20.0 Women's 3.5 doubles — 1. Laura Flynrvlynn Strange, 11.0 USTA ADULT LEAGUE PROGRAMS Women's teams 3.0— Judy Wasko captain 3.5— Anita Alton captain 4.0 — Connie Cox-Dorf captain Men 3.5 — Robert Hopkins captain Women's Seniors 3.0 — Toni Renlro captain Men's Seniors 4.0 — Bob Henson captain USTA National participants 3.0 Senior Women — Fourth place overall SPR MEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 1 — Crow's Nest 25, Dynasty 15; Great Plains 16, Exlde 6; Big Donkeys 14, Com- merical Electric 4. League 2 — No Names 20, Belmont Nazaren Uplifters 5; Callabresl Heating/Cooling 15, The Sweat Hogs 3; Jim's Pharmacy 10, Long McArthur/Darin Lee 8. WOMEN'S SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL League 1 — Philips Lighting 17, Tire Zone 3; S&L Sluggers 20, Hannebaum Grain 5; Allen Insurance 13, WIT 2. League 2 — Clubine & Rettele 16, Wilson Electric 3; Sallna Regional Health Center 10, Hair Affaire 1; St. John's Military School 20, Evil Beavers 2. Etc. Local results BENNINGTON FUN DAYS S KILOMETER RUN Women's age groups 30-40-Kathleen Depperschmidl, 24:50; 4150-^lean DeHaven, 27:23; 16-under—Meredith Weiland, 19:57; 50-over—Vera Zerger, 26:03. Men's age groups 30-10—Tom Sullivan, 17:16; 41-50—Michael White, 19:25; 18-under-^lohn Zlab, 22:19; 50- over—Lloyd Cochran, 22:54. TWO-MILE BIKE RACE Women 18-under—Dana Rathbun, 11:21 Men 18-under—Kyle Fox, 11:04 20-MILE BIKE RACE Women 30-40—Jeanie Krajicek, 1:27:34 Men 19-29—Michael Koons, 19-29; 30-40—Blame Chambers, 53:03; 41-50—Michael White, 53:05; 18-under—Austin Elser, 50-over—Bill Chegwidden, 1:09:25. Walk Women 30-40—Danila Tanzer, 44:02; 41-50— Sandy Frazier, 52:33; 50-over—Linda Gans. 39:00. SPORTS DIGEST Indians expect quick sellout of public stock CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians know something about sellouts. They've made a habit of selling an entire season's worth of tickets before the first pitch on opening day. Now, analysts expect the 4 million shares in the team's initial public stock offering to be gone before the bell rings on Wall Street on Thursday. "I expect them all to sell out before the market opens," said Randy Oldfield of The Ohio Co. in Akron, which is deciding how many shares to gobble up and make available to clients. The Indians are set to become the first publicly traded major league baseball team when a price is set Wednesday night and trading begins Thursday. The shares, to be traded on the NASDAQ exchange as "CLEV," are expected to go for $14 to $16. The ; number of shares available could be bumped to 4.6 million if the initial offering sells out. Baseball '_ NEW YORK — Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez will make his major league debut tonight for the New York Yankees and pitch in place of David Cone, scratched from his start because of a minor dog bite to his finger. Hernandez, the older half- ' brother of World Series MVP pitcher Livan Hernandez of the Florida Marlins, will face the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Hernandez, a right-hander listed at 28 years old, signed a $6.6 million, four-year contract with the Yankees in March. He was 7-1 with a 3.33 ERA overall for Triple-A Columbus and Class A Tampa. Basketball j CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — NCAA basketball officials issued a public reprimand to North Carolina forward Makhtar Ndiaye on Tuesday for falsely accusing a Utah player at the Final Four of directing a racial slur at him. Ndiaye, a graduating senior, said Utah freshman Britton Johnsen used the epithet during North Carolina's national semifinal loss to the Utes on March 28 in San Antonio. Two days later, Ndiaye admitted he had made up the allegation. Johnsen said Ndiaye spit on him, an accusation Ndiaye has denied. Boxing CHARLOTTE, N.C — Former undisputed heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe was indicted Tuesday for allegedly abducting his estranged wife and their five children from their suburban Charlotte home and driving them to Virginia. A U.S. District Court grand jury named Bowe in a one-count indictment charging him with interstate domestic violence. He faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted. Judy Bowe and the couple's five children were uninjured in the alleged Feb. 25 abduction, authorities said. Football LAKE FOREST, 111. — Bryan Cox, the outspoken linebacker who was a disappointment in Chicago, was released Tuesday by the Bears. Cox, who signed a four-year, $13.5 million contract in 1996, had 232 tackles and eight sacks in 25 games for the Bears after get 34.5 sacks in five years with Miami. LOS ANGELES — The San Diego Chargers T- shirt hanging in Brian Jordan's locker wasn't just any old souvenir he picked up on the St. Louis Cardinals' West Coast trip. Jordan, who led the NL in hitting going into Tuesday night's action, said he's considering resuming another sort of hitting, in the NFL. The former strong safety visited some friends at the Chargers headquarters Monday and also spoke with coach Kevin Gilbride. Hockey WASHINGTON — The Dominator isn't done yet. He needed luck, versatility and every inch of his body. He stopped Peter Bondra on a third-period breakaway a minute after he was shaken up. He even gave up a one-goal lead, but the goalie who labeled himself "Swiss cheese" after losing three straight games turned into a block of cheddar and kept the Buffalo Sabres alive in the playoffs Tuesday night. Dominik Hasek made 34 saves, survived numerous deflections, a disal- ' lowed goal and another that was not allowed after a video review as the the Sabres beat the Washington Capitals 2-1 to close the best-of-7 Eastern Conference finals to 3-2 and force a Game 6 : Thursday night in Buffalo'. DENVER — Bob Hartley's transition from 40- hour work weeks at a Canadian paper mill to a coaching job in the National Hockey League is complete. Hartley, a veteran of minor league coaching, was hired Tuesday as coach of the Colorado Avalanche, six days after Marc Crawford stunned the team by resigning after being offered a contract extension. Track and field BUFFALO, N.Y. — The longest running dynasty in college track and field — LSU's string of . 11 consecutive NCAA women's outdoor titles — : • •. appears to be coming to an end. Even coach Pat Henry grudgingly concedes that the Tigers' reign should not go beyond this weekend at the NCAA Championships at the University of Buffalo. A sign that LSU's domination was beginning to fade came at last year's championships at Bloomington, Ind., where the Tigers rallied for 43 points on the final day to beat Texas by 1 point. 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