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m sl THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1989 5C AL Boxes Osceola defeats St. Lucie 11-7: Toronto ; considers Piniella Twins 6, Blue Jays 2 MINNESOTA Gladden If Newman 2b Puckettcf Bush lb Gaettl3b Dwyer dh Harper c Moses rf Gagne ss Totals TORONTO all r h M 5 12 1 Felix rf 4 12 1 Fernandez ss 3 10 1 Gruber 2b 4 1 1 1 G. Bell If 3 0 0 1 McGriff lb 3 0 11 Borders dh 3 0 10 Mosebycf 4 0 0 0 Brenlyc 4 2 2 0 Lirlano2b 33 6 9 6 Totals ab r h bl 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 110 4 112 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 32 2 S 2 Minnesota Toronto 004 100 1006 000 000 0022 E Gruber, A. Anderson. Felix, Liriano. DP Minnesota 1, Toronto 2. LOB Minnesota 5, Toronto 4. 28 Gagne, Bush, G. Bell. HR McGriff (10). S iNewman. si- uaem. H R ER BB SO Minnesota A. Anderson W.5-2 9 5 2 2 1 6 Toronto StlebL,3-3 7 8 6 4 1 3 Wills 1 10 0 0 0 Buice 10 0 0 0 1 HBP Puckett by Stleb, Harper by Stleb. WP Stleb, A. Anderson. Umpires Home, Hendry; First, Roe; Second, Reilly; Third, Garcia. T 2:22. A 40,134. Indians 7, Tigers 3 m iX'&'JXhmtiBI - i v .X-x;-iii.'- '' . ft ., : T KSi -.a ' Km its ic . ' CLEVELAND DETROIT ab r h bl ab r h bl 0. McDowell If 5 13 2 Pettis cf 4 110 Fermmss 5 0 0 0 KWilliamsIf 3 10 0 P. O'Brien lb 4 12 1 Lemon rf 4 0 11 Carter cf 4 110 Trammellss 4 0 10 D. Clark rf 4 0 0 0 Moreland lb 4 0 2 2 Jacoby 3b 3 2 2 2 G. Ward dh 3 0 0 0 Salasdh 4 13 2 Bergman ph 10 0 0 Sklnnerc 4 0 0 0 Heath c 4 0 2 0 Aguayo 2b 3 10 0 Schu 3b 4 110 Pedrique2b 3 0 10 Whltakerph 10 0 0 Totals 38 T 11 7 Totals 35 3 9 3 Cleveland 043 000 0007 Detroit OOP OOP 0303 1 1 iff '-:," ti 11 ijiiSfFiX r ev jr. a r r i By JIM BARAN Palm Beach Post Staff Writer PORT ST. LUCIE - It figured to be a low-jcoring game when the St. Lucie Mts played the Osceola Astros in a Florida State League game Monday, with the Mets starting undefeated Terry Griffin (1.26 ERA) against the Astros' Wally Trice (6-1, 2.(5 ERA). Florida State League But Osceola scored three runs in the first inning and beat St. Lucie 11-7 at the St. Lucie County Sports Complex. 1 , The Astros (26-19), who had only five hits in a 3-1 loss Sunday, started the game with five consecutive hits against Griffin. Osceola finished with 16 hits. The Mets' right-hander gave up 10 hits and eight runs, six earned, before Juan Marina relieved him with one out in the third. Griffin (4-1) had his ERA increase to 3.69. Trailing 8-2, the Mets (28-18) rallied for four runs in the bottom of the fourth inning against Trice. But reliever Dennis Tafoya (4-1) ended the rally, ' getting Brant Alyea to ground into a double play to end the fourth and then retired the next 10 hitters before Vince Zawaski singled with one out in the eighth. "He just pitched a good ball-game," St. Lucie manager Clint Hurdle said. "That's what you need out of a middle reliever. Juan (Marina) did the same; he pitched very well too." ; The Astros (26-19) scored three runs in the ninth. Dan Nyssen doubled with one out and Dave Silves-tri walked. After Marina struck out Carlos Laboy, Ed Renteria walked to load the bases. 1 Billy Carver (2-for-5, three RBI) hit a fly ball that fell between three Mets to score Nyssen and Silvestri, then Bernie Jenkins singled to score Renteria, Jenkins was 3-for-4 in the game and 6-for-8 in the series. "In the ninth, the ball drops between three players. I've got to have a dive out of somebody. Those were two tough plays," Hurdle said of the two hits that dropped in the shallow outfield. "We had 11 runs and 16 hits against us so I'm not going to say we played poor defense. We just got beat." Zawaski and Crucito Lara each hit solo home runs for the Mets. Lara was 3-for-5 with a double, home run and two RBI. Zawaski was 2-for-4. Notes ... Centerfielder Jaime Roseboro was hurt in the first inning when he dove for Rusty Harris' line drive in the gap. He sprained his right wrist The Associated Press ; TORONTO - Toronto Blue ' Jays General Manager Pat Gillick met for three hours Monday with former New York Yankees manager Lou Piniella, then extended his deadline for naming a new manager to two weeks. "We're not getting the short list down," Gillick said before Monday's game against Minnesota. ' "We're going up." When Gillick fired Jimy Williams as manager last Monday, he said a new man would be named in a week to 10 days, making Cito Gaston's interim appointment one of the shortest in baseball. Last Thursday, Terry Beving- ton, the Chicago White Sox's first base coach and former manager of the Class AAA Vancouver Canadians, was interviewed by Gillick in Chicago. Former Blue Jays player Bob Bailor, now manager of their Class AAA Syracuse farm club, also was interviewed Thursday. Gillick said he'd be talking to other candidates today and Wednesday, but he refused to name them. Gillick said he had a "good meeting" with Piniella. "We exchanged ideas and philosophies. It was very preliminary." Piniella, 45, is in the first year of a three-year contract paying $400,000 a year as a consultant and part-time broadcaster for the Yankees. Job policy issue Toronto has a club policy of offering its managers one-year contracts. ' "We wouldn't have trouble with "salary," Gillick said, shrugging. "But that's putting the cart before the horse. We haven't determined he's the guy we want." Toronto had to obtain permission from the Yankees' principal owner, George Steinbrenner, before talking to Piniella. Meanwhile, Gaston went into Monday's game with a 5-1 record which included a three-game sweep of the White Sox this weekend since taking over from Williams. He insists the only thing he's done is switch Tony Fernandez and 'Kelly Gruber in the batting order, but those close to the club see other changes. ' On Friday, he stuck with starting pitchers Mike Flanagan and John Cerutti on Sunday through shaky starts, and they went on to win. In the same situation, Williams was frequently less patient. Toronto also is running the bases more aggressively, and there's a more relaxed mood in the clubhouse. "Winning will do that for you," the easy-going Gaston said, dis-1 missing his effect. Gaston in running ; Gillick said his "mind is open right now" about considering Gascon as a candidate, admitting it would be difficult to bring in a new manager during a winning splurge. Gaston, Toronto's hitting coach since 1982, says he'd be satisfied to ' remain in his previous role. "How many people have jobs they like?" he asked. "A lot of them ' -. j I road trip today with the first of two games in Charlotte. .. i ' Baseball City 4, WPB 2 i BASEBALL CITY WEST PALM BEACH SHERMAN ZENTStaff Phfttograpfier West Palm Beach's James Faulk is safe with a double as Royals' Francisco Laureano drops the throw. ' ". j , and will have it X-rayed. Osceola 11, St. Lucie 7 OSCEOLA ST. LUCIE b r bill lb r h bl Jenkins cf 4 13 1 McDanlel rf 4 111 Harris dh 6 2 2 2Lara3b-2b 4 2 3 2 Mota 3b 5 2 2 1 A. Diaz ss 5 0 2 2 Servais lb 4 1 3 2 Alyea dh 5 0 10 Nyssen If 5 1 2 0 Roseboro cf 0 0 0 0 Silvester! ss 3 1 1 3 Davis cf 5 0 0 0 Laboy rf 4 1 0 ONaughtonlf 4 12 1 Renteria 2b 4 1 0 0 Gonzalez c 3 12 0 Carverc 5 2 3 2Hinesoh-c 10 0 0 Hernandez 2b 3 110 T. Diaz ph-3b 10 0 0 Totals 40 11 1611 Totals 37 712 8 Osceola 310 400 003 11 St. LucK 101 400 001 7 ab r h bl ab r i bl Moore cf 3 2 1 0 Barberie 2b 4" 0 1 0 KosWskilf 2 1 0 OPenn lb ,3 0 (J D Alborano If 2 0 11 Kingwood cf .5 0 j 0 Pedre c 5 0 2 2 Faulk If ' .3' 1 0' Watson lb 4 0 1 0 Hernandez dh 5 0 0 0 Laureano 2b 3 0 10 Colbrunn c ' 3' 0 1 Johnson rf 4 0 0 0 Munoz ss '.30 0 Berry 3b 4 0 0 0 Stairs 3b .31(0 Spehr dh 4 1 2 ORickerrf ' 4 0 9 0 Russell ss 3 0 0 0 " " j Howard 3b 1 0 0 0 ' ! Totals 35 4 8 3 Totals 33 2 S 1 Baseball City 100 001 000 .24 WP Beach 010 010 000 0 2 Hurricanes have host of incentives in East E Renteria 2, Zawaski. DP Osceola 1. LOB Osecola 9, St. Lucie 7. 2B McDaniel, Carver, Harris, Silvester!, Jenkins, Nyssen, Lara. 36 Harris. HR Lara (2), Zawaski (4). SB Naughton (4), A. Diaz (22). S SF Silvester!, Servais, McDaniel. IP H R ER BB SO Osceola Trice 3V4 9 6 4 1 1 Tafoya W.4-1 5 3 1 1 1 6 St. Lucto Grrm'nL,4-l 3'A 10 8 6 1 2 Marina 5 6 3 3 3 5 HBP Jenkins (Marina) A 593. ranked Texas A&M (Central), Texas (Midwest), Arizona (West I) and Wichita State (West II). Jacksonville (41-20) was seeded second at the South Regional in Starkville, Miss., and plays No. 5 Indiana State (46-19-1) in the opener. Top-seeded Mississippi State (50-12) is ranked second in the nation. At Tallahassee, fifth seed Stet Area Players In Baseball City 4, West Palm 2 (10 innings) WEST PALM BEACH - The Expos (25-19) finished a four-game homestand Monday night by losing to the Royals (28-18). Leading 2-1 in the sixth inning, Expos centerfielder Tyrone King-wood dropped a short fly ball to allow Kevin Koslofski to score from second base and tie the game at 2-2. The Royals scored two runs in the 10th inning on a walk to Bobby Moore and singles by Jim Spehr, Pete Alborano and Jorge Pedre. Reliever Carlos Maldonado (2-0) was the winning pitcher and Expos reliever Chris Bennett (1-1) took the loss. The Expos start a four-game son (37-21) will play No. 2 Clemson (46-18) and No. 3 South Florida (45-16) plays fourth seed Auburn (42-18). "There is obviously great college baseball played in the state of Florida," said Missouri coach Gene McArtor, who is head of the baseball committee. "The power ratings we get indicate this year was the best year ever overall in the Tournament I Fairings E Jacoby. DP Cleveland 2, Detroit 2. LOB Cleveland 5, Detroit 7. 2B Jacoby. 3B Salas. HR Jacoby (7), Salas (1), 0. McDowell (2), P. O'Brien (6). an larter (). H R ER BB SO Cleveland Black W.3-5 Atherton Orosco S, 1 Detroit Morris L.2-7 Bockus . F. Williams m Vs 4 2 HBP K. Williams by Black. Umpires Home, Hlrschbeck; First, Bamett; Second, Ford; Third, Kosc. T 2:33. A 13,702. Rangers 4, Royals 1 KANSAS CITY TEXAS r h bl 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 16 1 r h bl Wilson cf Seltzer 3b Kunkel cf Fletcher ss Sierra rf Franco 2b M. Stanley lb Palmeiro lb Incavlglla If B. Bell dh Buechele 3b Sundberg c 0 0 0 1 I delosSantos lb 1 1 Tartabull dh Elsenreich rf B. Jackson If Boone c Tabler ph F. White 2b Buckner ph Wellman pr Stlllwell ss Totals 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 4 6 4 Kansas City Texas 000 001 0001 000 202 OOx 4 E M. Stanley. DP Kansas City 1, Texas 1. LOB Kansas City 8, Texas 4. HR Incavlglia (6). SB B. Jackson (lb), s aunooerg. IP H R ER BB SO Kansas City Leibrandt L.3-5 8 Texas Hough W.3-5 5 4 I 0 3 4 Guante 2V 10 0 0 2 Russell S, 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 Guante pitched to 1 batter In the 9th. HBP Seltzer by Hough. Umpires Home, Shulock; First, Morrison; Second, Welke; Third, Evans. T 2:37. A 25,618. Orioles 5, White Sox 1 BALTIMORE B. Anderson cf P. Bradley If C. Ripken ss Tettleton dh Milligan lb Melvin c Devereaux rf Worthlngton 3b B. Ripken 2b CHICAGO ab r h bl 3 2 11 5 0 2 0 4 0 11 5 110 3 0 0 0 3 10 0 4 13 2 4 0 0 0 3 0 11 r h bl 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 Guillen ss Gallagher cf Baines dh Calderon rf G. Walker lb Pasqua If C. Martinez If Merullo c Lyons 2b E. Williams 3b Totals 34 5 9 5 Totals Baltimore Chicago 001 OOP 200 OOP 1P1 5 PIP 1 E E. Williams. DP Chicago 2. LOB Baltimore 8, Chicago 3. 2B Devereaux, Tettleton, B. Ripken. 3B Devereaux. HR 8. Anderson (4), G. Walker (1). SB Devereaux (4). si b. mpKen. H R ER BB SO Baltimore Schmidt W.3-4 Hickey Olson Chicago Rosenberg 1, 1-2 7 1 1 4M Bittiger 4 Schmidt pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. WP Bittiger. Umpires Home, Johnson; First, Reed; Second, Clark; Third, Phillips. T 2:37. A 8,528. NL Boxes Cubs 5, Astros 3 CHICAGO Oascenzo cf Law 3b Sandberg 2b Grace lb Berryhlll c McClendon If Varsho If Jackson rf Dw. Smith rf Dunston ss Sutcllffe p Mi. Williams p Schiraldi p HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl 4 110 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 11 10 11 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 111 5 12 0 4 0 0 0 5 12 1 5 110 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 13 4 12 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Young cf B. Hatcher If Andersen p Puhlph Trevlno ph Agosto p Doran 2b G. Davis lb Bass rf Camlnitl 3b Ramirez ss Bigglo c Deshales p Darwin p G. Gross ph Meadows If Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 3 Totals 35 5 10 5 30 3 Chicago Houston 001 OOP P30 01P 5 OOP 0303 E Camlnitl. DP Chicago I, Houston 1. LOB Chicago 9, Houston 5. 2B Dunston. 38 Dw. Smith. SB Grace (9), Dunston (11), Bigglo (4). S Sutcllffe. SF uascenzo, u. uavis. ER BB SO Chicago Sutcllffe W.5-3 Ml. Williams Schiraldi S,3 Houston Deshales 1,5-3 Darwin Andersen 7K 0 1 AVa 1 2 Agosto 1 MIWIIHams pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. W P Des hales Umpires Home, Klbkjr; First, Quick; Second, Davis: Third, Gregg. T 3:00. A 11,923. Jackson, Smith lead All-Star Game voting NEW YORK - Kansas City Royals outfielder Bo Jackson and St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Ozzie Smith lead their leagues in voting for the All-Star Game. Jackson has 25,243 votes, tops in the American League. Smith, the top vote-getter in 1987 and 1988, leads the National League with 16,374 votes. The first tabulation of leaders by position will be released June 6. Liriano's .600 earns American League honors NEW YORK - Nelson Liriano of the Toronto Blue Jays, with a .600 batting average and seven RBI, was named American League Player of the Week for the seven-day period ending Sunday. Liriano had 12 hits in 20 at-bats, including three doubles, and he had an on-base percentage of .522. Others considered were Blue Jays Ernie Whitt and Jimmy Key, Clay Parker of the New York Yankees, Dave Stewart and Dave Parker of the Oakland Athletics, Jeff Kunkel of Texas, Lou Whitaker of Detroit and Devon White of , hate to 00 to work everv mnrninu T E Brito, Kingwood. DP Baseball City L.'WPB 3. LOB Baseball City 6, WPB 8. SB Moore. Koslofski, Laureano, Spehr. S Penn. IP H R ER BB SO Baseball City Shepherd Stottlemyre Maldonado W, 2-0 West Palm Beach Brito Bennett L.l -l Dlez Cavalier t 4'S 2 3 7 2Vi '3 'h state of Florida." ' " ! Two-time defending champion Stanford (30-28), which won nine; of its last 10 games, was omitted from the tournament field. ', i The regionals are comprised of 27 conference champions and 21 iat-large teams. The eight winners advance to the College World Series June 2-10 at Omaha, Neb. , , ', - 14) vs. Nevada-Las Vegas (39-18) - 20) vs. Brigham Young (47-18) " Region AT AUSTIN, TEXAS New Orleans (30-32) COLLEGE PLAYER HIGH SCHOOL POS. STATS ,; j CLEMSON Alan Botkin Forest Hill P 5-5, 5.37 ERA j FLORIDA Jose Fernandez Cardinal Newman C .248, 7 HR, 34 RBI j Brian Reimsnyder South Fork OF .319,8,50 . j FLORIDA STATE Gar Finnvold St. Andrew's P 8-3, 2.62 ERA : ! Keith Lyttle Boca Raton Academy OF 0-for-3 in 7 games j Scott Steinitz North Shore P 0-0, 3.86 ERA i GEORGIA TECH Jon Anderson North Shore C-1B .339, 5 HR, 35 ERA j JACKSONVILLE Jesus Rivera Clewiston 2B .360, 0 HR, 12 RBI , ; j Rene Francisco Forest Hill OF .347, 3 HR, 34 RBI ' MIAMI JoeGrahe PB Gardens P 12-4, 2.90 ERA Juan Flores Lake Worth C .276, 1 HR, 1 1 RBI : ; ! Chris Hirsch PB Gardens C .226, 2 HR, 20 RBI j SOUTH FLORIDA Todd Harvey John I. Leonard P 3-3, 3.18 ERA ;! BASEBALLfrom 1C The Hurricanes (44-15, ranked No. 3 in the final Collegiate Baseball poll of the regular season) assured themselves of a top seed with three wins in the Carolina Invitational last weekend, including an 11-1 victory over then top-ranked Arizona. Miami had hosted nine regionals since 1977, but was excluded when the NCAA announced the regional sites last week. Something to prove "The guys' attitude is we're not hosting, let's go out and show people we should have been a host," said Miami outfielder Will Vespe, who had a team-high 46 RBI. "We want to gain the respect of everyone nationwide." The Hurricanes will open the tournament with an 11:30 a.m. game against Big East Tournament winner Villanova (37-11), the No. 6 seed. Third seed Georgia Tech (37-24) plays fourth seed Central Florida (40-20) at 3:30 p.m. Florida (43-20, ranked No. 15) plays fifth seed East Carolina (37-9), the Colonial Conference Champion, at 7:30 p.m. Miami officials expected the team to play either at Gainesville or Waterbury, Conn., site of the Northeast Regional. Arkansas, which lost two straight in the Southwest Conference Tournament, is the No. 1 seed at Water-bury. Planting seeds "We established our eight number one seeds and felt Miami was one of those," said Dennis Poppe, director of championships for the NCAA. "Taking geographies into consideration, it made sense for them to go to Gainesville. I don't recall us discussing them going (to Waterbury.)" The Gators lost their chance at a No. 1 seed with a six-game losing streak toward the end of the season, followed by losses to Auburn and Georgia in the SEC Tournament, which also was held in Gainesville. "They certainly were one of the teams discussed for a number one seed," Poppe said. "However, we felt we had eight better teams as number one seeds." Joining Miami, Florida State and Arkansas as No. 1 seeds were Mississippi State (South), top- NCAA Division Northeast Region Central Region .j, don't mind it. I like coming out " here. The thing is I don't want to get in a situation where I'm in a job v, I don't like." Gaston seems worried whether "M he could be the same "good guy" as a manager that he is as a coach. .',That may have been one of the t, problems Williams had. ;," "You start making decisions .,and all of the sudden," he said, rX players are saying, "I thought you " were my friend." Asked if he'd accept the job if it was offered, he said: "I don't know. I'd have to go home and think about it." Gillick, who has indicated he might favor a strong disciplinarian in the role, discounted the present clubhouse mood as an argument in favor of Gaston. "It's laissez faire," Gillick said. "Wait till you lose three in a row." Phelps' father upgraded from critical to serious SEATTLE The condition of Len Phelps, the father of New York Yankees hitter Ken Phelps, was upgraded from critical to serious today following a heart attack the elder Phelps suffered during a Yankees game against the Seattle Mariners. Len Phelps, 82, was seated in the stands behind home plate at the Kingdome when he collapsed Sunday afternoon. Janet Skeels, spokeswoman for Harborview Medical Center, said the elder Phelps' condition was upgraded, and he was to undergo more tests today. A man sitting next to Phelps pulled him into the aisle and administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Medics revived Phelps and took him to Harborview. His son, a designated hitter for the Yankees, played for the Mariners last year. He also attended high school in Seattle. THURSDAY-SUNDAY AT COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS ' Texas A&M (55-5) vs. Jackson State (32-18) , THURSDAY-SUNDAY AT WATERBURY, CONN. Arkansas (46-13) vs. LeMoyne (25-5) Arizona State (40-17) vs. George Washington (30-22) Illinois (41-14) vs. Pennsylvania (28-9) Atlantic Region THURSDAY-SUNDAY AT TALLAHASSEE Florida State (48-16) vs. Rider (25-21-2) Clemson (46-18) vs. Stetson (37-21) South Florida (45-16) vs. Auburn (42-18) Louisiana State (47 South Alabama (43 Midwest FRIDAY-MONDAY Texas (47-17) vs. FRIDAY-MONDAY Arizona (43-16-1) Oklahoma (43-17) Oklahoma State Southern California West I (46-17) vs. Sam Houston State (3CT-22) 1 (4 1 -23) vs. W. Michigan (38-1 3-2) ; Region - ! East Region THURSDAY-SUNDAY AT GAINESVILLE Miami (44-15) vs. Villanova (37-21) Florida (43-20) vs. East Carolina (37-9) Georgia Tech (37-24) vs. Central Florida (40-20) South Region Long Beach State (46-13) vs. Hawaii (40-25) West II Region AT TUCSON, ARIZ. vs. Eastern Kentucky (38-17-1) vs. Loyola Marymount (37-22) AT FRESNO, CALIF. - 1 4) vs. Portland (32-1 2) 17) vs. Notre Dame (47-17-1) vs. Pepperdine (41-17-1) FRIDAY-MONDAY Wichita State (58 Fresno State (42 - Michigan (46-14) THURSDAY-SUNDAY AT STARKVILLE, MISS. Mississippi State (50-12) vs. Western Carolina (23-29) Jacksonville (41-20) vs. Indiana State (46-19-1) North Carolina (37-14-1) vs. Nicholls State (44-1 4)

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