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i 1 m mm S 4C THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1989 SL Major League Baseball O'Neill, Reds down Giants 12-5 Standings American League East Last Team Won Lost Pet. GB Wednesday Streak 10 Baltimore 31 23 .574 al New York, ppd. rain Lost 1 8-2 Cleveland 27 29 .482 5 Played at California Lost 1 6-4 Boston 26 28 .481 5 Beat Detroit 6-1 Won 1 4-6 New York 26 30 .464 6 vs. Baltimore, ppd. rain Won 1 5-5 Milwaukee 26 31 .456 6Vfe Lost to Toronto 4-2 Lost 1 5-5 Toronto 24 33 .421 BVz Beat Milwaukee 4-2 Won 1 5-5 Detroit 23 34 .404 m Lost to Boston 6-1 Lost 1 4-6 West Oakland 38 20 .655 Beat Minnesota 3-2 Won 2 7-3 California 36 19 .655 U Played Cleveland Won 1 7-3 Kansas City 33 24 .579 4Vi Beat Seattle 9-6 Won 1 5-5 , Texas 31 25 .554 6 Lost to Chicago 6-4 Lost 1 4-6 Seattle 28 32 .467 1 1 Lost to Kansas City 9-6 Lost 1 4-6 Minnesota 26 31 .456 11V4 Lost lo Oakland 3-2 Lost 2 4-6 Chicago 21 37 .362 17 Beat Texas 6-4 Won 1 3-7 National League East Last Jim Won Lost Pet. GB Wednesday Streak 10 Chicago 32 24 .571 Lost to New York 10-5 Lost 1 6-4 Montreal 31 27 .534 2 Lost to St. Louis 5-2 Lost 1 7-3 New York 29 26 .527 2V Beat Chicago 10-5 Won 1 5-5 St. Louis 26 28 .481 5 Beat Montreal 5-2 Won 1 3-7 Pittsburgh 21 33 .389 10 Lost to Philadelphia 7-5 Lost 6 2-8 Philadelphia 20 34 .370 11 Beat Pittsburgh 7-5 Won 2 2-8 WEST Cincinnati 32 24 .571 Beat San Francisco 12-5 Won 1 6-4 Houston 33 25 .569 Beat San Diego 3-2 Won 2 9-1 San Francisco 33 25 .569 Lost to Cincinnati 12-5 Lost 1 6-4 San Diego 30 30 .500 4 Lost to Houston 3-2 Lost 2 4-6 Los Angeles 28 29 .491 4'? Beat Atlanta 5-4 Won 1 4-6 Atlanta 24 34 .414 9 Lost to Los Angeles 5-4 Lost 1 4-6 Results American League Wednesday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Oakland 3, Minnesota 2 . Welch (8-4) Viola (4-8) Kansas City 9, Seattle 6 Gubicza (6-4) Swift (2-2) Boston 6, Detroit 1 Dopson (6-4) Alexander (4-6) Toronto 4, Brewers 2 Cerutti (3-3) Bosio (6-4) Chicago 6, Texas 4 Patterson (3-0) Guante (3-3) Cleveland at California, late Baltimore at New York, ppd. rain Tuesday New York 4, Baltimore 0 Detroit 5, Boston 1 Milwaukee 6, Toronto 4 Texas 3, Chicago 1 Oakland 1, Minnesota 0 Seattle 5, Kansas City 2 California 2, Cleveland 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday New York 10, Chicago 5 St. Louis 5, Montreal 2 Cincinnati 12, San Francisco 5 Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 5 , Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 4 Houston 3, San Diego 2 Tuesday Chicago 8, New York 4 Kilgus (5-5) Ojeda (2-6) Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3, 1st Franco (2-0) LaCoss (2-4) San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 2, 2nd Reuschel (11-2) Dibble (4-2) Montreal 3, St. Louis 2 P. Perez (2-7) Magrane (3-5) Philadelphia 9, Pittsburgh 4 Sebra (2-1) Fisher (0-2) Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 0 Glavine (6-2) Morgan (4-4) Houston 8, San Diego 7 D.Smith (1-2) Ma. Davis (2-1) Schedule American League Today Boston at New York, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at Texas, 8:35 p.m. Only games scheduled Friday Boston at New York, 7:30 p.m. Seattle at Cleveland, 7:35 p.m. Detroit at Toronto, 7:35 p.m. Milwaukee at Baltimore, 8:05 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 8:05 p.m. California at Kansas City, 8:35 p.m. ! Oakland at Texas, 8:35 p.m. Today's Pitchers American League Away I Probable I I 1989 I Vs. Opp. at Site Last 3 Outings Home Pitcher Line W-L ERA W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA MBA BOST BODDICKER (R) - 3- 5 5.61 1-0 15 2.40 1-1 21! 5 06 11.39 N.Y. D0TS0N(R) PICK 2-3 4.30 0-0 m 4.05 1-2 18 4.82 13.98 Ml KRUEGER (L) - 1-0 0.00 - - 1-0 5 0.00 12.60 BAIT HOLTON (R) E-6 1-1 1.08 - - - 1-1 16 1.08 11.34 CHIC KING (R) - 4- 7 3.47 - - - 0-3 18 5.30 15.43 TEX RYAN (R) 7-8 6-3 3.14 1 - - - 2-1 21 3.86 10.71 NATIONAL LEAGUE sT cook (d I I 1 CINN JACKSON (L) 6-7 4- 8 5.88 1-0 9 0.00 2-1 16 5 40 15.12 STL TERRY(R) - 4- 5 3 43 - - - 1-2 18 5 50 10.50 MONT GROSS (R) 5!-6'i 6- 3 3 78 - - - 2-0 23V4 1.93 11.19 ppfr WALK (R) E-6 5-4 3 89 0-0 7 5.14 1-1 IB! 4 91 11.78 PHIL McWILLIAMS(L) - 2-5 3.04 - - - 0-3 19 2 84 10 89 METS-DARLING (R) - 4- 4 3 95 0-2 14 9 00 2-1 21 2.14 12 43 CUBS BIELECKI (R) PICK 4- 2 2 21 0-0 5 3.60 1-1 1816 4.91 14.73 5 SHOW(R) 6-6 4 40 1-0 9 1 00 1-2 20 5 66 11.76 HOUS kNEPPER(L) j SVfc-6Vfe 3-6 4.59 1 1-1 1316 3.38 1 1-1 18 4.50 12.50 team is the underdog (7). To read the line. Insert a 5 before the 7 and after the 8, which would give you 5-7 and 8-5 On 5-7 vou would have to put up $5 to $7 on the underdog. On 8-5, you would wager $8 to win $5 on the favorite On a game with an E, you would have to put up $5.50 to win $5. All pitching data reflects the pitcher's oast performance as a starter. 1989: Pitcher's overall record to date as a starter. Vs. Opp. at Site: Pitcher s oast performance vs. today's opponent at the site of today's game. Last 3 Outings: Reflects how pitcher Is currentrv gome Details his performance over his last three starts. W-L Won-lost record as a starter. IP: Innings pitched ERA: Earned run average. MBA: Men on base average average number of hits and walks per nine Innings. FSL Standings EAST St. Lucie x-Vero Beach West Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale Miami CENTRAL Baseball City Lakeland Osceola x-Wmter Haven WEST Charlotte Sarasota Dunedin St. Petersburg Clearwater x I ate game not Included ' Wednesday's result West Palm Beech 1. Miami Miami 3, West Palm Beecl W L Pet. OB 38 23 .623 33 27 . 550 4V4 32 30 . 516 6Vi 31 31 .500 7Vd 14 47 .230 23Vi 36 24 .600 35 26 .574 1V4 32 29 .525 AY, 18 43 .295 18 36 26 .581 33 28 .541 216 30 30 .500 5 31 31 .500 5 28 32 .467 7 Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher LaPoint (6-4) Schwabe(1-0) Aldrich (1-0) K. Brown (5-2) Moore (7-4) Bankhead (3-4) Petry (1-0) Schmidt (5-5) Price (0-1) Ward (2-7) M. Perez (3-7) A. Anderson (2-4) Clarke (0-2) Yett (4-4) Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Gooden (7-2) Hill (3-4) Mahler (8-5) Parretl (2-2) Valenzuela (1-5) Scott (10-3) Sutcliffe (7-4) Langston (1-1) Hammaker (5-4) Kipper (0-3) Z. Smith (1-9) Terrell (4-7) Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher National League San Francisco at Cincinnati, 12:35 p.m. St. Louis at Montreal, 5 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. New York at Chicago, 8:05 p.m. San Diego at Houston, 8:35 p.m. Only games scheduled St. Louis at Chicago, 2:20 p.m. Philadelphia at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. New York at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. Atlanta at Houston, 8:35 p.m. Cincinnati at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 10:35 p.m. St. Lucie 3. Fort Lauderdale 1 Winter Haven at Vero Beach St. Petersburg 4. Dunedin I Clearwater 2. Charlotte I Lakeland 4. Sarasota 2 Osceola at Baseball City, ppd. rain Today's tame St. Lucie at West Palm Beach Vero Beach at Fort Lauderdale Sarasota at Winter Haven Charlotte at St. Petersburg Clearwater at Osceola Miami at Lakeland Dunedin at Baseball City Tuesday's results West Palm Beach at Miami, ppd. rain St. Lucie 10, Fort Lauderdale 8 Vero Beach 8. Winter Haven 0 Charlotte 3. St. Petersburg 1 Sarasota 6, Lakeland 3 Baseball City 1, Osceola O Dunedin at Clearwater, ppd. rn The Associated Press CINCINNATI - Paul O'Neill took some pre-game swings with Kevin Mitchell's bat Wednesday night, then went out and did a pretty fair impersonation of Mitchell. O'Neill hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in a career-high six runs, leading the Cincinnati Reds over the San Francisco Giants 12-5. TV: Mets at Cubs, WPBF-25, WPLG-1 0,8 p.m. Mitchell leads the major leagues with 22 home runs and 61 RBI, and O'Neill was curious about his success. So O'Neill asked permission to take a few cuts with his bat and Mitchell obliged. "I got a hold of one of his bats before the game and was swinging it around," O'Neill said. "Maybe it rubbed off." O'Neill hit an RBI single in the first off Atlee Hammaker, a second-inning grand slam off Jeff Brantley, and a solo homer in the fifth off Brantley. The grand slam was the first of O'Neill's career and the first by a Reds' player since Nick Esasky hit one against Houston last June 14. "That was one of those home runs you hit and enjoy right off the bat," O'Neill said. "In the back of your mind you hope something like that will happen." O'Neill is 14-for-26 with three homers in six games this season against the Giants. Barry Larkin went 2-for 5 to raise his NL-leading average to .355. He double home two runs, starting a six-run second inning that put the Reds ahead 8-3. The Reds turned to a new strategy to hold Mitchell without a homer for only the third time in his last seven games. They walked him Blue Jays step inside, beat The Associated Press TORONTO - Ernie Whitt had three hits and drove in three runs and John Cerutti pitched a complete game as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Wednesday in the first game in major league history played indoors and outdoors in the same day. American League With dark clouds and thunder in the distance threatening rain, the Sky Dome's $100 million retractable roof began closing in the fifth inning. The closing operation began at 8:48 p.m. and ended at 9:22 too late to prevent a brief stoppage in play. When the roof is working perfectly, the procedure is scheduled to take 20 minutes, but Sky-Dome officials still are working out some minor problems. Play was stopped for 6 minutes. Royals 9, Mariners 6 SEATTLE - Kevin Seitzer had three hits and three RBI and Bob Boone drove in two runs with a single and a triple as Kansas City beat Seattle. Mark Gubicza (6-4) allowed 12 hits, struck out five and walked two. Jeff Montgomery pitched the ninth for his first save. Donnels leads Mets By IAN CARTER GADDIS Palm Beach Post Staff Writer PORT ST. LUCIE - St. Lucie Mets pitcher Dave Proctor overwhelmed the Fort Lauderdale Yankees for nearly eight wet innings of a Florida State League game Wednesday night. But it was the Mets' bats that came through in the end, as third baseman Chris Donnels broke a 2-2 tie with an RBI single in the eighth to give St. Lucie a 3-2 victory. It was the second consecutive game Donnels beat the Yankees with eighth-inning heroics (he broke an 8-8 tie in Tuesday night's 10-8 win). Mets left fielder Titi Roche singled to lead off the eighth, and center fielder Steve Davis followed with a walk. A passed ball advanced both runners and set up Donnels' game-winning hit. "Both times I came up the guys were in scoring position, so all I had to do was put the ball in play," Donnels said. "Turns out I got a base hit. Everybody made my job that much easier by getting on base." A one-hour, 17-minute rain delay that came with two outs in the top of the eighth forced Mets manager Clint Hurdle to remove Proctor, who gave up two unearned runs on six hits and had 10 strikeouts in 7 innings. "Proctor was perfect tonight," said Mets catcher Javier Gonzalez. "He had his curve and his fastball working. They couldn't touch him." Right-hander Julio Machado (1-0) came on for the Mets and earned the victory. fc HLjt e,tffHi..lii.AiT rfi rn rtrllni! nrt nf-rtt rrn- r National League intentionally with first base open in the first inning setting up a two-run double by Ernest Riles that gave the Giants a 2-0 lead. Later, Cincinnati used a severe shift against Mitchell, moving second baseman Lenny Harris 10 feet to the third-base side of second. Mitchell came into the game with a .524 lifetime average against Mahler, but went 0-for-3. Mets 10, Cubs 5 CHICAGO - Kevin McReyn-olds drove in four runs with a homer and sacrifice fly and Dwight Gooden beat Chicago for the 17th time in 20 lifetime decisions. McReynolds' homer came during a five-run fifth off loser Rick Sutcliffe and broke a 4-4 tie. Barry Lyons, who had three RBI, doubled home two more off reliever Pat Perry as the Mets rebounded after losing the first two games of the series by a combined score of 23-7. Gooden (7-2) allowed seven hits and five runs while walking four and striking out two. Rick Aguilera pitched the final four innings and allowed two hits for his fourth save. New York's Darryl Strawberry was forced to leave the game in the sixth with back spasms. Cardinals 5, Expos 2 MONTREAL - Tom Brunan-sky homered and drove in three runs, leading St. Louis over Mark Langston and Montreal Expos. A crowd of 30,214, the largest in Montreal since opening day, turned out to see Langston in his home debut. Langston (1-1) pitched seven innings and gave up four runs on seven hits. He struck out eight and League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Through Tuesday's games Based on 158 at-hatt Q AB R H Pet. 52 191 33 68 .356 54 211 41 72 .341 47 165 16 55 .333 55 220 26 71 .323 54 202 25 65 .322 55 190 25 61 .321 52 168 21 53 .315 54 220 34 69 .314 49 196 26 61 .311 49 198 30 61 .308 Lansford, Oak Palmeiro, Tex Stelnbach, Oak Puckett, Mln Franco, Tex Baines, Chi Lirtano, Tor Sierra, Tex Molitor, Mil Boees. Bsn Home runt Tettleton, Baltimore, 14; Whi-taker, Detroit, 14; B. Jackson, Kansas City, 13; McGriff, Toronto, 13; Deer, Milwaukee, 12. RBI Franco, Texas. 49; Leonard, Seattle, 42; Sierra. Texas, 41; A. Davis, Seattle, 36; B. Jackson, Kansas City, 36. Runs McGnff, Toronto, 45; Palmeiro. Texas. 41; Burks. Boston, 37; Greenwell, Boston, 37; B. Jackson, Kansas City, 36. Hits Palmeiro, Texas, 72; Puckett, Minnesota. 71; Gallagher, Chicago, 70; Sierra, Texas, 69; Lansford, Oakland, 68; Sax, New York, 68. Doubles Puckett, Minnesota, 21; Sierra, Texas, 17; Lansford, Oakland, 16: Palmeiro, Texas, 1 6: Boggs, Boston, 1 5; McGnff, Toronto, 1 5. Triples D. White, California, 8; P. Bradley, Baltimore, 6; Sierra, Texas, 6; Boggs, Boston, 5; Burks, Boston, 5; Reynolds, Seattle, 5. Stolen bases Espy, Texas, 23; D. White. California, 21; R. Henderson. New York, 21; B. Jackson, Kansas City, 16; Guillen, Chicago. 16. Pitching (6 decisions) Ballard. Baltimore, 9-1, .900. 2.12; McCaskill, California, 7-1, .875, 1.69; Montgomery. Kansas City, 6-1, .857, 1.99; Swindell, Cleveland, 6-1, .857, 2.68; Stewart, Oakland, 10-2, .833. 3.15. Strikeouts Ryan, Texas, 100: Clemens, Boston. 85; Viola, Minnesota, 70: Moore, Oakland, 62; Swindell. Cleveland, 6 1 . Saves Eckersley, Oakland, 14; Plesac, Milwaukee, 13; Schooler, Seattle, 13; D. Jones. Cleveland. 1 2; Russell, Texas. 1 2. The Royals, who had 18 hits off three pitchers, took a 7-0 lead after six innings and led 9-3 before Jay Buhner hit a three-run homer for Seattle in the eighth. Florida State League Proctor's shutout bid was spoiled in the seventh when the Yankees scored twice on right fielder Scott Jaster's throwing error. Jaster's throw home bounced into the Yankees' dugout, allowing two runs to score and giving Fort Lauderdale a 2-1 lead. The Mets tied it in the seventh when Gonzalez singled home first baseman Tony Diaz, who had singled, stolen second and taken third on a balk by Yankees pitcher Cul-len Hartzog. St. Lucie took a 1-0 lead when Gonzalez' one-out double in the second inning scored Diaz. The Mets begin a four-game home-and-home series at West Palm Beach tonight at 7 p.m. Rocky Elli (3-4) will pitch for St. Lucie. Notes Ivfets right fielder Terry McDaniel and pitcher Juan Marina were both put on the seven-day disabled list, effective Wednesday. McDaniel aggravated a groin and has a sore shoulder, and Marina is nursing a sore elbow. . . . Pitcher Scott Diez, who was released by the West Palm Beach Expos earlier this season, has been signed by the Mets First baseman Al Jiminez was called up to St. Lucie from the New York Mets' Columbia farm team, where he was bitting .289 -1,iftw,B , 1 ,r ,rt --f - r --if t walked five. Ken Hill (3-4) won for the first time in seven starts since May 4. He gave up six hits in 5Vs innings and Ken Dayley got his third save. Phillies 7, Pirates 5 PHILADELPHIA - Pinch hitter Curt Ford singled with the bases loaded, sparking a three-run eighth inning as Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh. With the score 4-4, Von Hayes drew a leadoff walk from Bob Kipper (0-3) and stole second. Reliever Randy Kramer intentionally walked Dwayne Murphy and John Kruk singled, loading the bases. Ford batted for Dickie Thon and singled to left field for a 5-4 lead. Pinch hitter Darren Daulton added a two-run double with the bases loaded. Dodgers 5, Braves 4 ATLANTA - Fernando Valenzuela won for the first time in nearly a year and ended his eight-game losing streak as Los Angeles beat Atlanta. Valenzuela (1-5) got his first victory since beating Atlanta 5-4 last June 12. He had gone 19 starts without winning and lost his final three decisions last season before going on the disabled list in July. Valenzuela gave up four runs on six hits in 6V3 innings. He walked four and struck out two and improved to 18-7 lifetime against the Braves. Atlanta's Zane Smith (1-9) lost his fifth consecutive decision. Astros 3, Padres 2 HOUSTON - Mike Scott won his 10th game and Terry Puhl doubled twice as Houston beat San Diego, the Astros' 12th victory in 13 NATIONAL LEAGUE Through Tuesday's games Baaed on 158 at-Dats G AB 195 207 233 187 218 193 205 R 31 42 39 22 38 23 34 30 26 H 69 73 80 59 68 60 63 54 58 Pet. .354 .353 .343 .316 .312 .311 .307 .307 .297 .297 Larkin, Cin W. Clark. SF T. Gwynn, SD Grace, Chi Mitchell, SF Guerrero. St. L Butler. SF V. Hayes, Phi O'Neill, Cin 51 57 59 53 57 54 55 51 52 44 176 195 158 Treadway, Atl 19 47 Home runt Mitchell, San Francisco, 22; G. Davis, Houston. 13; Strawberry, New York, 13; H. Johnson, New York, 11; V. Hayes. Philadelphia. 10; W. Clark, San Francisco, 10. RBI Mitchell, San Francisco, 61; W. Clark, San Francisco. 43: E. Davis. Cincinnati. 39; Guerrero. St. Louis, 38; G. Davis. Houston. 36; Murray, Los Angeles, 36; O'Neill, Cincinnati. 36. Runt W. Clark, San Francisco, 42; R. Thompson, San Francisco, 39; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 39; G. Davis, Houston, 38; Mitchell, San Francisco, 38. Hltt T. Gwynn, San Diego, 80; W Clark, San Francisco, 73; Larkin. Cincinnati. 69: Mitchell, San Francisco, 68; Butler, San Francisco, 63. Doublet Guerrero, St. Louis, 18; Mitchell, San Francisco. 18: Murray, Los Angeles, 16: Raines. Montreal, 16; Sabo, Cincinnati, 16. Triples Raines, Montreal, 5; Roberts, San Diego, 5; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 5; Dawson, Chicago, 4: Larkin, Cincinnati, 4; R, Thompson. San Francisco. 4; W. Clark, San Francisco, 4. Stolen bases Coleman, St. Louis, 24; Young, Houston, 22; T. Gwynn, San Diego, 19: 0. Nixon, Montreal, 17; R. Alomar, San Diego, 14. Pitching (6 decisions) Reuschel, San Francisco, 11-2. .846, 2.28; De. Martinez, Montreal, 5-1, .833, 2.99; Myers, New York, 51, .833, 0.87; Whitson. San Diego, 9 2, .818, 2.27; Glavine, Atlanta, 6-2, .750. 2 75; Gooden, New York, 6 2. .750, 2.27; Scott. Houston. 9 3. .750. 2.31. Strikeouts DeLeon, St. Louis. 80: Gooden, New York, 74: Smoltz, Atlanta, 71; Belcher, Los Angeles. 69; Scott, Houston, 69. Saves Ma. Davis. San Diego. 17; Franco. Cincinnati, 16; Mi. Williams. Chicago, 14; 3urke, Montreal. 13; Da. Smith, Houston. 10; J. Howell. Los Angeles, 10; Lefferts, San Francisco, 10. Athletics 3, Twins 2 OAKLAND, Calif. - Rookie Larry Arndt started a three-run fifth inning with his first major- past Yankees again with seven home runs and 39 RBI. . . . Outfielder Scott Jaster was recalled to the St. Lucie roster from the . Mets Peninsula farm team. Jaster was batting .292 with seven home runs and 22 RBI. St. Lucie 3, Ft. Laud 2 FORT LAUDERDALE all ST. LUCIE h bl 0 0 A. Diaz ss 1 0 Roche If 0 0 S. Davis cf 2 0 Donnels 30 0 OAlyeadh 1 0 T.Diaz lb I 0 Jaster rf 1 0 Gonzalez c 0 0 Hernandez 2b 7 0 Totals bl Kraus rf Rodriguez ss Arennas cf Seeburger 1 b Erickson pr Erhardt 3D Rhodes If Zeihen dh R. Davis 2b Totals 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 Ft. Laud St. Lucie 000 000 200 2 010 000 llx 3 E A. Diaz, Jaster. Dans. DP StL: 1. LOB -FtL: 5, StL: 7. 2B Rhodes, Gonzalez. SB S. Davis. IP H R ER BB SO Fort Lauderdale Hartzog 7 5 2 2 2 5 Hook L. 4-4 12 10 12 St. Lncle Proctor 7 6 2 Machado W, 10 V 1 0 1 10 0 0 WP Hartzog, Hook, BK Hartzog. PB Rosario. T 2:32. A 490, West Palm Beach 1-1, Miami 0-3 WEST PALM BEACH - Kevin Ponder (3-4) pitched a five-hitter leading the Miracle (14-47) over the Expos (32-30) to earn a split of the doubleheader at Municipal Stadium. Mario Brito (3-4) and Scott Hen-ion combined on a three-hit shutout, leading the Expos to a 1-0 victory in the first game. In the opener, Tyrone Kingwood singled in Trevor Penn in the eighth inning for the game-winner. Ken Lake, a member of the Montreal organization on loan to Miami, scored the Miracle's first run in the second game with a second-inning home run. r it , it ,r , '! t tuesday's Late Box Astros 8, Padres 7 SAN DIEGO HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Roberts rf 6 0 2 2 B. Hatcher If 6 0IO R. Alomar 2b 5 12 0 Young cf 6 2 10 T Gwynn cf 6 12 0 Doran 2b 6 3 3 0 J Clark lb 2 2 O O G. Davis lb 5 12 0 C. Martinet If 5 12 2 Cammiti 3b 2 2 12 Santiago c 5 0 10 Ramirez ss 3 0 0 1 C James 3b 4 I 3 3 Puhl rf 4 0 12 Salarar 3b lOOO Biggio ph 0 0 0 1 Green ss 5 1 2 0 0 Smith p OOOO Rasmussen p 2 0 10 Trevmo c 5 0 10 G.W. Hams p 10 0 0 Deshaies p 10 0 0 MaDavis p OOOO Darwin p 1010 Veldmgph OOOO Andersen p OOOO C Reynolds ph 1 0 0 0 Schatzederp OOOO G Gross rf 10 0 0 Totals 42 7 15 7 Totals 41 8 11 6 San Diego 021 103 000 07 Houston 101 020 003 18 Two outs when winning run scored. E Green 2. Santiago. Roberts. IOB San Diego 12. Houston 12. 2B T. Gwynn, C. James 3B Roberts. SB Yelding (2). S Rasmussen, G.W. Harris. SF Camlmti. IP H R ER BB SO San Diego Rasmussen 5 8 4 3 3 1 G.W. Harris 3 13 2 2 1 Ma. DavisL.2-1 1 2 10 2 1 Houston Deshaies 32i 9 4 4 4 6 Darwin 2Vd 4 3 3 I 2 Andersen 2 10 0 0 4 Schatzeder 1 10 0 0 0 D. Smith W. 12 I 0 0 0 0 1 Rasmussen pitched to I batter in the 6th. WP Rasmussen. PB Santiago. Umpires Home, Williams; First, McSherry; Second, Crawford; Third, West. T 3:49 A 12.666. games. Scott (10-3) gave up two runs on seven hits in seven innings. He struck out five and walked three. Dave Smith pitched the final inning for his 11th save. Reds place Oester on 15-day disabled list CINCINNATI - Cincinnati Reds second baseman Ron Oester has been placed on the 15-day disabled list and Skeeter Barnes has been recalled from the team's Class AAA affiliate. Oester pulled his right hamstring in Tuesday night's 3-2 loss to San Francisco. Brewers league hit as Oakland edged Minne-1 sota. Tony Phillips and Dave Henderson hit run-scoring singles as the Athletics won the series two games to one despite scoring just five runs in the three games. Bob Welch (8-4) gave up five ; hits and two walks before by Gene ! Nelson in the seventh with the; bases loaded and one-out. Nelson . gave up Al Newman's sacrifice fly but escaped without further dam-; age. ' ; Red Sox 6, Tigers 1 DETROIT - John Dopson and Rob Murphy combined on a four-! hitter as Boston beat Detroit. ; It was the Tigers' sixth loss in their last seven games. The Red Sox have won four games in their last 11. Dopson (6-4) allowed one run and four hits in seven-plus innings and Murphy pitched hitless relief. j White Sox 6, Rangers 4 ARLINGTON, Texas - Ozzie Guillen's third single of the game drove in the go-ahead run as Chicago rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to beat Texas. Chicago, winning for only the fourth time in 12 games, had 15 hits. Ken Patterson, who got one out in the seventh, improved to 3-0 and Bobby Thigpen pitched two innings for his 10th save. The opener was the completion of a suspended game Tuesday in Miami. The game resumed bottom of the first inning with Miami batting. PAT LANGFORD WP Beach 1, Miami 0 FIRST GAME MIAMI Waidcf Doster cf Letteno 2b Maksudian c Verdugo dh Leake ss Iglesias 3b Bishop lb Wilson If Guttlerez ph Sloniger pr-lf Lake rf Totals WEST PALM BEACH r h bl r h bl 10 0 0 Barberie 2b 3 0 0 OPenn lb 4 0 0 0 Cordero 3b 4 0 1 0 Faulk If 3 0 0 OKincwoodcf 3 0 0 0 Echemendia dh 0 Colbrunn c 0 Melk) ss 0 Ricker rf 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 33 1 8 1 Miami WP Beach 000 000 000 0 , 000 000 010 1 DP Miami I, WPS 1. LOB Miami 3. WPB 10. 2B- Mello, Bishop. SB Faulk. Kingwood (2), Mello, Ricker. V H R ER BB SO Miami Metoyer L.2-7 Mullins Burros Watt Palm Beach Bnto W.3-4 Henlon S,6 m i 7 II Balk Mullins. T 2:45. A 504. Miami 3, WP Beach 1 SECOND GAME MIAMI Sloniger 2b Gutierrez If Iglesias 3b Maksudian dh Leake ss Bishop lb Johnson c Doster rf Letterto ph Wilson If Lake cf Totals Miami WPB WEST PALM BEACH w r I a 3 0 0 0 Barberie 2b 3 0 0 OPenn lb 3 1 0 0 Cordero 3b 3 0 2 0 Faulk If 3 0 I 0 Kingwood cf 2 1 1 OFryedh 3 0 10 Mlli -3K n i ii M 4 0 10, 3 0 0 0, 3 0 2 0, 2 0 0 0 i 3 0 0 0, 3 0 0 0 i 2 1 I 2 0 0 0 Echemendia rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Ricker c 3 0 11 OOOO 2 111 24 3 6 2 Totals 26 t 5 1 002 000 1 000 000 1 E Cordero, Iglesias, Mello, Faulk DP M- I WPB-0. LOB M: 3, WPB: 7. 2B-Mello, Marsudlar ' HR Lake (4). SB Melk). SF Letterlo. Miami H " "m 80 Ponder W. 4-4 7 5 I 1 3 2 ' Watt Palm Beach Cinnella L. 4 5 7 6 3 1 2 a T 1:55. A 504, ' IV it 1 1 j

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