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C THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1989 m sl Major League Baseball Standings American League East ' Turn Won Lost Pet. GB Baltimore 27 22 .551 "Boston 24 24 .500 2V4 Cleveland 25 26 .490 3 Milwaukee 23 28 .451 5 New York 23 28 .451 5 Detroit 22 29 .431 6 Toronto 20 31 .392 8 West i California 33 17 .660 Oakland 34 18 .654 , Kansas City 30 21 .588 3V4 Texas 27 22 .551 m Seattle 25 28 .472 m Minnesota 24 27 .471 9Vfe at Chicago 18 33 .353 16Vfe National League East Team Won Lost Pet. GB .Chicago 28 22 .560 Montreal 27 25 .519 2 New York 25 24 .510 3 .St. Louis 23 25 .479 4 Pittsburgh 21 28 .429 6V4 Philadelphia 18 31 .367 9V4 WEST San Francisco 29 22 .569 Cincinnati 27 22 .551 1 Houston 28 24 .538 1V4 San Diego 29 25 .537 1V4 Los Angeles 25 25 .500 3V4 Atlanta 22 29 .431 7 Results American League Thursday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Baltimore 8, Detroit 3 Schmidt (5-4) Nosek (0-2) Milwaukee 5, New York 0 Higuera (1-2) LaPoint (5-4) Texas at Seattle, late Minnesota at Chicago, ppd. rain Only games scheduled Wednesday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Milwaukee 4, California 1 August (4-6) M. Witt (3-5) New York 9, Seattle 5 Hawkins (5-6) Trout (4-3) Baltimore 8, Texas 5 Williamson (3-2) B. Witt (4-5) Cleveland 7, Toronto 4 Black (4-6) Key (6-3) Minnesota 7, Kansas City 1 Oliveras (2-2) Bannister (4-1) Detroit 4, Chicago 3 Henneman (3-1) Tnigpen (0-2) Boston 4, Oakland 3 (10) L Smith (4-1) Plunk (1-1) National League Thursday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Houston 7, Los Angeles 2 Deshaies (6-3) Morgan (4-3) Only game scheduled Wednesday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Houston 4, St. Louis 3 Schatzader (3-0) Carpenter (1-4) Los Angeles 9, Montreal 4 Hershiser (7-4) Hesketh (4-2) Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3 Rijo (5-1) Heaton (1-6) Atlanta 3, Chicago 2 Smoltz (7-3) Kilgus (4-5) San Diego 2, Philadelphia 1 G.W. Harris ( 1 -2) Parrett ( 1 -2) New York 3, San Francisco 1 (10) Myers (5-1) Lefferts (1-3) Schedule American League Today Toronto at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Texas at Seattle, 10:05 p.m. Kansas City at California, 10:35 p.m. Cleveland at Oakland, 10:35 p.m. Saturday Minnesota at Chicago, 2, 5 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 1:05 p.m. Cleveland at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Baltimore at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Kansas City at California, 10:05 p.m. Texas at Seattle, 10:05 p.m. Today's Pitchers American League Away I Probable I 1989 V. Opp. at Site Last 3 Outings Home Pitcher Line W-L ERA Wl IP ERA W-L IP ERA MBA TORN CERUTTI (L) - 1-3 3 34 0-0 3 6.00 1-1 16 4.32 12.96 BOST D0PS0N(R) 5VJ-6V4 4-3 3.79 - 1-1 17 4.76 14.82 BALT MILACKI (R) - 2-5 4 03 1-0 8 0.00 1-1 24 219 9.12 DET TRUJILLO (R) 6 1-1 5.21 1-1 19 5.21 12.79 lU. PARKER (R) 2- 1 3.22 2-1 22V4 3.22 8.46 MIL B0SI0 (R) 6V4-7!4 6- 3 2.70 1-0 7 2.57 1-1 17tt 3.63 15.06 MINN RAWLEY (L) - 3-4 4 16 - - - 0-0 18 2.89 11.57 CHIC ROSENBERG (L) PICK 0-1 5.79 - - 0-1 9VJ 5.79 13 50 TEX JEFFCOAT (L) - - - - - - - - SEAT SWIFT (R) E-6 2- 0 4 91 - - - 1-0 17 3.57 13.75 KG. GUBICZA (R) - 4-4 2.75 1-0 9 0 00 T1 25 2.16 864 CAL FINLEY(L) 6-7 7- 2 1.83 0-2 12 4.50 3-0 24 0.38 825 UEV SWINDELL (L) 5- 1 2.59 0 2 14 4.50 1-1 20 3.48 10.45 0AK MOORE (R) 65-7V4 6-3 2 06 0-0 5 5.40 2 0 21 2.14 10 29 National League , pro I SMILEY (L) I - I 5- 2 2 92 1 1-1 14 2.57 1-1 20 4 95 13 05 METS GOODEN (R) 7V4-8V4 6- 2 2.50 1-2 21W 2.11 1-1 21 2.57 11.57 SD TERRELL (R) 4- 5 2 92 1-1 24 1 82 1 022 CINN BROWNING (L) 6V4-7V4 4-5 4.05 1-0 7 2.57 1-2 16Vi 3.31 16.53 MONT LANGSTON (L) 1-0 1.13 - To 8 1 13 FH PHIL K.HOWELL (R) PICK 5-3 4.12 - - - 1-2 15 5.74 12.06 "tf. REUSCHEL (R) - 9-2 2.15 1-0 BVi 7.56 3-0 21 1.29 7li ATL GLAVINE (L) PICK 5- 1 2 47 0-1 2 22.50 1-1 15 4.20 12.00 't VALENZUELA (L) - 0-4 4 66 - 0-1 17 4.24 12.71 jHOUS SCOTT (fl) 7-8 7- 3 2 60 1-0 9 0.00 2-1 20 3.05 9 58 CUBS SUTCLf FE (R) 6- 3 3 43 Tl 12 3 00 2-1 23Vi 3.09 964 ,STL MAGRANE (L) E 6 3-3 4.09 0-1 8 2.25 1-1 23 1.14 9.51 FSL Standings .! EAST , St. Lucie .. Fort Lauderdale , Vera Beach West Palm Beach , Miami " CENTRAL tL Baseball City t j Osceola i ' Lakeland -i, Winter Haven " . WEST 'i Charlotte . Sarasota W L Pet. OB 32 23 .582 30 26 .536 2Vi 28 27 .509 4 28 28 .500 4"i 13 41 .241 18ft 32 22 .593 32 24 .571 1 31 24 . 564 iV 17 39 .304 16Vi, 33 23 .589 30 25 .545 2Vi 30 26 . 536 3 27 29 .482 6 25 31 .446 8 i-1 Dunedin Clearwater Thursday's results St. Petersburg 3, West Dunedin 8, St. Lucie S Palm Beach I Last 10 Thursday Streak Beat Detroit 8-3 Won 4 1 5-5 5- 5 6- 4 4-6 6-4 4-6 Did not play Won 1 Did not play Won 4 Beat New York 5-0 Won 2 Lost to Milwaukee 5-0 Lost 1 Lost to Baltimore 8-3 Lost 1 Did not play Lost 3 Did not play Lost 1 7-3 6-4 5-5 5-5 2-8 ji-5 1-9 Did not play Lost 1 Did not play Lost 2 Played at Seattle Lost 3 Played Texas Lost 1 Chicago, ppd. rain Won 2 vs. Minnesota, ppd. rain Lost ' Last 10 Thursday Streak Did not play Lost 1 6- 4 7- 3 37 37 64 2-8 Did not play Lost 1 Did not play Won 1 Did not play Lost 4 Did not play Lost 1 Did not play Lost 8 Did not play Lost 1 Did not play Won 1 5-5 7-3 64 Jl5. 3-7 Beat Los Angeles 7-2 Won 7 Did not play Won 3 Lost to Houston 7-2 Lost 1 Did not play Won 1 National League San Diego at Cincinnati, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at New York, 7:35 p.m. San Francisco at Atlanta, 7:40 p.m. Los Angeles at Houston, 8:35 p.m. Chicago at St. Louis, 8:35 p.m. San Francisco at Atlanta, 2:20 p.m. Chicago at St. Louis, 2:20 p.m. San Diego at Cincinnati, 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at New York, 7:05 p.m. Montreal at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Los Angeles at Houston, 8:35 p.m. Vero Beach 6, Clearwater 5 Baseball City 9. Lakeland 4 Osceola 10, Winter Haven 9(12) Fort Lauderdale 12, Miami 2 Sarasota 8, Charlotte 0 Today's fames West Palm Beach at Fort Lauderdale St. Lucie at Miami Sarasota at Dunedin Clearwater at St. Petersburg Charlotte at Lakeland Baseball City at Winter Haven Vero Beach at Osceola Wednesday's results St. Petersburg 6. West Palm Beach 3 St. Lucie 6, Dunedin 2 Clearwater 5, Vero Beach 2 Lakeland 6, Winter Haven 5(10) Osceola 9, Baseball City 5 Miami 6, Fort Lauderdale 5 Charlotte 2, Sarasota 11 101 Orioles continue The Associated Press DETROIT - Jim Traber and Rene Gonzales homered to key a six-run first inning and the Baltimore Orioles won for the 12th time in their last 15 games, beating the Tigers 8-3 Thursday night. American League The Orioles have won four straight, equaling their longest streak of last season, and are the first American League East team to go five games over .500 this season. They lead the second-place Boston Red Sox by 2 Vi games. TV: Twins at White Sox, Sunshine Network, 8:30 p.m.; Royals at Angels, SportsChan-nel, 10:30 p.m. Cheering Traber on at Tiger Stadium was his brother Pete, a former University of Michigan football player who is now a doctor in Ann Arbor. "He's hit extremely well every time I've watched him play," Dr. Traber said. "He hit an upper deck homer here last year when I came to see him play." Traber had been riding the bench for two weeks and was in the lineup only because Randy Milli-gan was injured. "It's been kind of hard not playing," Traber said. "The team's doing well and I didn't feel a part of it. But I deserved to be on the bench because I had a terrible slump at the start of the season and Randy played well. "The most important thing during that stretch was I was trying to do to much. There was always pressure. Tonight, I was totally relaxed." Rookie Randy Nosek (0-2), making his second start since being called up from Class AA London, Ontario, did not survive the first inning, giving up all six runs on four hits and two walks. He was relieved by Mike Schwabe, another rookie up from London, after retiring only two batters. Deshaies loses no-hitter; Astros stop Dodgers 7-2 The Associated Press HOUSTON - Jim Deshaies came within four outs of the season's first no-hitter, allowing only an infield single by Mickey Hatcher and a bloop hit by Eddie Murray in 8 innings, and the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-2 Thursday night. is TV: Pirates at Mets, WWOR, 7:30 p.m.; Giants at Braves, TBS, 7:35 p.m.; Cubs at Cardi-nals, WGN, 8:30 p.m. With two outs in the eighth inning, Hatcher hit a hard bouncer that Deshaies was unable to handle. The ball skipped toward shortstop Rafael Ramirez, whose throw was too late to catch the runner. Murray singled between second baseman Bill Doran and right fielder Terry Puhl to lead off the ninth. The Dodgers went on to score two unearned runs before reliever Juan Agosto struck out pinch-hitter Mike Davis for the final out. Dunedin By JIM BARAN Palm Beach Post Staff Writer PORT ST. LUCIE - Terry McDaniel hit a leadoff home run but it wasn't a sign of things to come for the St. Lucie Mets. The Dunedin Blue Jays (27-29) scored eight runs in the next five innings and defeated the Mets (32-23) 8-5 Thursday night in a Florida State League game at the St. Lucie County Sports Complex. Dunedin starter Nate Cromwell (7-3) woke up Thursday morning with a stiff neck; the Blue Jays almost didn't let him pitch. The four Mets Cromwell faced hit the ball hard. McDaniel hit his fifth home run of the season, and Alex Diaz and Steve Davis both hit hard balls but were put out. When Chris Donnels doubled, Blue Jays manager Doug Ault decided to remove Cromwell. Winning pitcher Steve Wopnick (4-0) pitched 4V3 innings, allowing two hits. St. Lucie starter Terry Griffin (5-2) pitched four innings, giving up four hits and four runs. After Griffin walked Norm Tonucci in the fourth, Scott Ruckman hit a two-run home run to make it 4-1 Blue Jays. Ruckman drove in three runs. Six of his season total of eight RBI have been against the Mets. Eric Hillman relieved Griffin in the fifth and gave up four hits and three runs in the inning. "We expect a lot more out of both of them," St. Lucie manager Clint Hurdle said. "Griffin has struggled in his last few outings, and Hillman had a good first outing and has been struggling since." l r.v , ai-" V 1 v ii j. U rj x - InW . f s THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee's Ted Higuera earned his first victory of the season Thursday night, allowing only two hits through six innings as the Brewers beat the Yankees 5-0 at County Stadium. "I'll just try to forget what happened," Nosek said. "I wasn't getting ahead of the hitters and was getting the pitches up. I'll just say it wasn't my night and try to forget what happened." Dave Schmidt (5-4) won his fourth consecutive start despite allowing a leadoff homer to Gary Pettis in the Detroit first and another leadoff shot by Fred Lynn in the fifth. Brewers 5, Yankees O MILWAUKEE - Ted Higuera, slowed all season as he recovered from back surgery, pitched a two- National League Four pitchers, including Nolan Ryan, have taken no-hitters to the ninth inning this season. The last one also came against the Dodgers when Cincinnati's Tom Browning pitched a perfect game on Sept. 16, 1988. Deshaies (6-3), who has never lost to the Dodgers in six decisions at the Astrodome, walked five and struck out six. The Astros have seven straight victories, equaling the longest National League winning streak this season. Dodger starter Mike Morgan (4-3) gave up an infield hit to Glenn Davis and a single to left field to Puhl to start the second inning. Davis went to third on Ken Camini-ti's fielder's choice grounder and scored on a grounder by Ramirez, knocking the ball out of Scioscia's grasp with his slide. turns back Mets, Griffin 8-5 Florida State League Juan Marina relieved in the sixth and shut down Dunedin through the last 3 innings. St. Lucie scored twice against the third Dunedin pitcher, Graeme Lloyd, in the seventh inning, but missed a chance to come back. Javier Gonzalez singled, Rudy Hernandez walked and Titi Roche, in his first game off the disabled list singled to load the bases, but Diaz hit into a double play. Gonzalez scored from third but the Mets had lost the big inning they needed. Tony Diaz doubled to score Hernandez, and Lloyd was replaced. Vince Horsman struck out Donnels Cormier, St. Pete top Expos WEST PALM BEACH - Lefthander Rheal Cormier four-hit West Palm Beach as the St. Petersburg Cardinals defeated the Expos 3-1 at Municipal Stadium Thursday night. The Cardinals (30-26) scored three times in the second inning off loser Mario Brito (2-4) while Cormier retired 20 out of 24 batters he faced and had a one-hitter through seven innings. The Expos (28-28) broke up Cormier's (8-1) bid for a shutout in the eighth inning when Paul Frye, John Mello and Greg Colbrunn all singled. It was the Expos' second straight loss to the Cardinals. iEFF RUBIN winning It t I , I i r fl ' v 77 M hitter over six innings for his first victory as Milwaukee beat New York. Higuera (1-2) did not give up a hit until Alvaro Espinoza singled over the pitcher's glove leading off the sixth inning. The left-hander then gave up another single to Steve Sax before retiring the side. Higuera, who sprained his ankle in his last outing, struck out seven and walked one in his longest outing of the season in only his fifth start. He underwent back surgery in January to remove a herniated disc and did not come off the dis-abed list until May 1. With the Brewers leading 5-0, League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Through Wednesday's fames MSM On 1W SI-DSTS AB H 67 67 59 52 68 48 60 61 63 53 Pet. .356 .349 .345 .344 .342 .336 .333 .311 .310 .308 Lansford, Oak Palmeiro, Tex Balnes. Chi Steinbach, Oak Puckett. Min A. Davis. Sea Franco, Tex Sierra, Tex Reynolds, Sea 188 192 171 151 199 143 180 196 203 Momor. Mil 172 Homo runs Tettleton, Baltimore, 13: Whl- taker, Detroit, 13: B. Jackson, Kansas City, 12; i reer. Milwaukee, u; Leonard, Seattle, II; McGrtff, Toronto, 1 1. RBI Franco, Texas, 44; Leonard. Seattle, 39; Sierra, Texas, 36: B. Jackson, Kansas City, 35; A. Davis. Seattle. 33; Carter, Cleveland, 33. Runs McGrlff, Toronto, 39; Palmeiro, Texas, 36; Burks, Boston, 35; Greenwell, Boston, 34; R. Henderson, New York, 34. Hits Puckett, Minnesota, 68; Lansford, Oakland, 67; Palmeiro, Texas, 67; Reynolds, Seattle, 63; Gallagher, Chicago, 62. Doubles Puckett, Minnesota, 20; Lansford, Oakland, 16: Sierra, Texas, 16; Boggs, Boston, 14; Palmeiro, Texas, 14; Reed, Boston, 14. Triples D. White, California, 7; P. Bradley, Baltimore, 6; Burks, Boston, 5; Reynolds, Seattle, 5; 4 are tied with 4. Stolen base Espy, Texas, 21; R. Henderson, New York, 21; D. White, California, 20; B. Jackson. Kansas City. 15; Guillen, Chicago, 15. Pitching (5 decisions) Ballard, Baltimore, 8 1, .889, 2.07; McCasklll, California, 6-1, .857, 1 .49; Montgomery, Kansas City, 6-1 , .857, 1 .82; Swindell, Cleveland, 5-1, .833, 2.59; Stewart, Oakland, 9-2, .818, 3.42. Strikeouts Ryan, Texas, 89; Clemens, Boston, 78; Viola, Minnesota, 64; Langston, Seattle, 60; Swindell, Cleveland, 58. Saves Eckersley, Oakland, 14; Schooler, Seattle, 1 2; D. Jones, Cleveland, 1 1 ; Fair, Kansas City, 1 1 ; Hernandez, Detroit, 1 1 ; Plesac, Milwaukee, 11. to end the inning. The Mets rallied witktwo out in the ninth off Horsman. Roche singled and scored on a triple by Alex Diaz, but after walking Tony Diaz to bring the tying run to the plate, Horsman struck out Donnels a second time to end the game. "I'm proud of the way they came back," Hurdle said. "They never quit. Tonight we were a blast away from tying the ballgame after being down 8-1. "I just told them to do better on the hump in Miami and don't miss the bus." The Mets play the Miami Miracle tonight in Miami. Dave Proctor (4-3, 1.89 ERA) will start for the Mets. After two games in Miami, the Mets go to Fort Lauderdale for two games and then face the Yankees St. Petersburg 3, WPB 1 ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH h M h M Pens 2b Crosby 3b Johnson cf Fulton dh Thoutsis If Hall rf Fernandez lb Abreu ss Elliot c Christian rf Totals I 2Munoz2b-ss 0 OPenn lb O OEschendiadh 0 OFryerf 1 O Mello 3b 0 O Colbrunn c 1 OAloulf 1 ORickerlf 3 I Stairs ss 1 0 Barberle oh-2b I S 3 Totals 2S St 030 000 OOO 000 000 010 WP Beach DP St. Petersburg 2, West Palm Beach 0. LOB St. Petersburg 7, West Palm Beach 7. SB Christian. S AIOU. W H It ER BB SO St. P Cormier W,8-1 Shernil S.4 Brlto L.2-4 Henion T 2:07 A-921 8 7 3 3 110 0 I ways 8-3 mm m . ' Higuera did not come out for the seventh and was replaced by Jay Aldrich. He went three innings for his first career save. The Brewers used a balk and a catcher's interference to take a 4-0 lead after two innings against the Dave LaPoint (5-4). Paul Molitor walked in the first and was forced at second by Robin Yount. Gary Sheffield flied out but a balk was called on the pitch, allowing Yount to reach second and Sheffield to return to the plate. Sheffield singled Yount to third, Rob Deer was hit by a pitch and Yount scored on Glenn Braggs' sacrifice fly. NATIONAL LEAGUE Through Wednesday's farms Based on 140 at bats Q AB R H Pet. W.Clark, SF 51 185 40 67 .362 Larkln, Cln 45 171 24 57 .333 L. Smith, All 40 145 30 47 .324 T. Gwynn, SD 54 211 32 67 .318 V. Hayes, Phi 46 155 26 49 .316 Grace, Chi 50 179 20 56 .313 Butler, SF 50 185 30 57 .308 Guerrero, St. L 49 176 19 54 .307 Coleman, St. L 44 178 30 53 .298 Herr, Phi 47 178 19 53 .298 Horns runs Mitchell, San Francisco, 15; G. Davis. Houston, 12; Strawberry, New York, 1 1; H. Johnson, New York, 10; W. Clark, San Francisco, 10. RBI Mitchell. San Francisco, 48; W. Clark, San Francisco. 42; Guerrero, St. Louis, 36; G Davis, Houston, 35; Murray, Los Angeles, 33; O'Neill, Cincinnati. 33. Runs W. Clark, San Francisco, 40; Raines, Montreal, 35; R. Thompson, San Francisco, 34; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 32: Bonllla. Pittsburgh, 32; G. Davis, Houston. 32; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 32. Hits T. Gwynn, San Diego, 67; W. Clark, San Francisco. 67; R. Alomar, San Diego, 58; Butler, San Francisco, 57; Larkln, Cincinnati, 57; Mitchell, San Francisco, 57. Doubles Mitchell, San Francisco, 18; Guerre-to. St. Louis, 16: Murray, Los Angeles, 15; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 14: Raines, Montreal, 14. Triples Raines, Montreal, 5; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 5; Dawson, Chicago, 4; Larkln, Cincinnati, 4; R. Thompson, San Francisco, 4; Roberts, San Diego, 4; W. Clark, San Francisco, 4. Stolen bases Coleman, St. Louis, 22; Young, Houston, 20; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 19: O. Nixon, Montreal, 15; R. Alomar, San Diego, 14. Pitching (S decisions) B. Smith, Montreal, 5- 1, .833, 1.97; Glavlne, Atlanta, 5-1, .833, 2.47; Myers, New York, 5-1, .833, 0.95; Rijo, Cincinnati, 5-1. .833, 2.23; Reuschel, San Francisco, 9- 2, .818. 2.15. Strikeouts DeLeon, St. Louis, 70; Gooden, New York, 66; Scott, Houston, 65; Belcher, Los Angeles, 63; Hurst, San Diego, 63. ' Saves Ma. Davis, San Diego, 17; Franco, Cincinnati, 15; Mi. Williams, Chicago, 13; 3urke, Montreal, 1 1; Da. Smith, Houston, 10. at home for two more games. Fort Lauderdale was 2V2 behind St. Lucie in second place in the Eastern division of the FSL. Dunedin 8. St. Lucie 5 DUNEDIN Rodgers cf Vena 1Mb Dzledkowlel c Yan lb Taveras pr-lf Morrison rf Tonucci dh Rockman 3b Kelly ss Scott 2b Totals IT. UJCtE h M 1 0 McDaniel rf 2 0 Roche cf 1 I A. Diaz ss 0 O Davis cf 1 2T. Dlazrf 2 0 Donnels 3b 2 1 Atyea dh 1 3Zawzskl lb 0 0 Gonzalez c so r h M 3 111 2 12 0 5 12 1 3 0 0 0 10 11 SO I'D 4 0 10 4 0 J 0 4 1' 2'0 2 110 37 812 3 1 0 Hernandez 2b 38 111 7 Totals Oil 231 000 8 loo ooi 201 ' 'a St. Lido E Rodgers. LOB Dune 8, St. Lucie 8. 28 Donnels, Taveras, T. Diaz. 3B A. Diaz. HR McDaniel (5), Ruckman (2). SB A. Diaz (23), Taveras (5), Mornson (2), Rodgers (15). IP H R ER B8 SO Cromwell Wapnlck W.4-0 Lloyd Horsman StUck) 4"j 1 2Vt Griffin L.5-2 4 4 Hillman 1ft 5 Marina 2 1 Gideon I 1 HBP Yan (Griffin), Ruckman (Marina). WP Wapnlck, Hillman 2, Lloyd. T 3:05 A 545 Baseball Today SCOREBOARD Montreal at Philadelphia (7:35 p.m.). Mark Langston (1-0) makes his second start for the Expos. Last Sunday, Langston pitched a four-hitter against San Diego and struck out 12. Ken Howell (5-3) pitches for the Phillies. STATS In three of Rick Mahler's five losses, Cincinnati has been shut out. . . . Pitts- burgh has used 35 lineups In Its first 49 games Detroit's Lou Whltaker hit his 13th homer Wednesday; he had 12 homers last season, STREAKS Pat Perry of the Chicago Cubs has . pitched 19 consecutive scoreless in- nlngs in his last 1 1 appearances. . . . , Montreal outfielder Otis Nixon has gone . 1 23 straight gimes without an error..' '

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