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25 Thk Dks Moinks kegistkr H'esday, aiw;st&i, im Baseball Today's Calendar EAST W L Pet. CB Last 10 Streak Home Away Div. 1992 Torero" 725"457r- 6-4 II 39jlj3-26 37-247jj5 Nek 7254573J43j329-31 31-24 58j8 Bamrr 6659528 5'z 3-7 L239-23 27-36 32-26 68-57 Bristol 6558528"5Vi2JJ-438J24 27-34 24-33J6-67 DtTolt 6661520 6 7-3 W3J7-28 2933 3-30 61-66 Cleveland 60 65 .480 11 6-4 W5 37-24 23-41 26-30 58-67 Milwaukee 5074. 40321 4-6 Wl 27-31 23-43 23-37 67-57 Fx Rookie Has 4-0 Record Triple play aids Rueter; Expos top Cubs, 1-0 WEST W L Pet GB Last Chicago 68 55 .553 Kansas City 65 60 .520 4 Texas 64 60 .516 4'2 Seattle 61 62 A96 .455 California 56 67 12 53 69 .434 14' Minnesota 51 71 .417 16'? Oakland MONDAY'S GAMES Cleveland 9. Toronto 8 Detroit 9. Oakland 0 Minnesota 3, Kansas City 2 (10 innings) New York 6, Chicago 5 (10 innings) Texas 13. Baltimore 6 Only games scheduled SUNDAY'S Chicago 1. Cleveland 3. Detroit 5. Kansas City Milwaukee 7. Texas 11. Toronto 12, GAMES Minnesota 0 Boston 2 (11) Oakland 3 7. New York 0 California 5 Baltimore 4 Seattle 7 TODAY'S PITCHING MATCHUPS Time 1 993 vs. Opponent Last Three Starts Team Pitcher (CDT) W-L ERA W-L IP ERA W L IP ERA HWC Oakland Darling (R) 5-6 5 28 1-0 7 0 1 29 1-2 24 0 3 75 10.5 at Milwaukee Miranda (L) 5 05 2-3 2 92 0-1 7 1 2 45 2-1 251 1 42 9 2 Oakland Welch(R) 8-7 476 1-1 12 1 6 57 1-0 160 281 96 at Milwaukee Bones (R) DH 8-8 4 57 0-1 4 0 9 00 2-0 26 0 2 08 87 Seattle Hanson(R) 10-9 3 22 1-1 15 2 3 45 2-1 202 3 05 8 7 at Detroit Doherty(R) 605 10 9 4 70 0-1 4 2 5 79 1-2 17.0 5 82 12 7 California Fmley(L) 13 9 3 21 1-0 110 4 91 1-1 21.2 291 11 2 at Baltimore Moyer(L) 6 35 8-6 4 05 0-1 1 2 37 80 1-1 20 0 2 86 9 4 Cleveland Tavarez(R) 2-1 5 17 - 2-1 15 2 5 17 13 8 at Toronto Stottlemyr(R) 6 35 6-9 4 95 1-0 11 0 6 55 0-2 14 0 9 64 19 3 NewYork Abbott(L) 9-10 403 1-0 80 2 25 1-1 21 2 4.15 120 at Chicago Alvarez(L) 7:05 8-8 3 50 0-1 9 0 7 00 0-2 10 1 6 97 22 6 Minnesota Guardado(L) 3-5 5 48 0-1 6 2 4 05 1-1 18 1 3 93 123 at Kansas City Cone(R) 7:35 9-11 3 35 1-1 12 2 3 55 1-1 20 0 3.60 10 8 Boston Darwm(R) 13-8 289 1-1 120 1 50 3-0 230 1 17 70 at Texas Pavlik(R) 7 35 7-6 4 15 0-1 60 6 00 1-1 22 2 2 78 111 EAST W L Pet. CB Last 10 Streak Home Away Div. 1992 Philadelphia 78 47 .624 - 5-5 L3 43-20 35-27 35-21 51-74 St. Louis 69 56 .552 9 4-6 L4 41-25 28-31 34-25 60-65 Montreal 67 59 .532 11'; 6-4 W3 40-21 27-38 34-26 69-57 Chicago 61 64 .488 17 4-6 L3 35-33 26-31 24-29 63-62 Pittsburgh 59 66 .472 19 6-4 LI 31-29 28-37 29-30 70-55 Florida 52 72 .419 25'4 2-8 L2 28-28 24-44 26-33 - NewYork 42 82 .338 35' 3-7 L4 18-41 24-41 18-37 57-67 WEST W L Pet. CB Last 10 Streak Home Away Div. 1992 San Francisco 83 42 .664 - 6-4 LI 44-20 39-22 38-18 59-66 Atlanta 77 49 .611 6' 8-2 W3 35-25 42-24 37-18 74-52 Houston 66 58 .532 I6V7 7-3 W2 37-31 29-27 25-33 56-68 LosAngeles 64 60 .516 18'? 7-3 W5 33-26 31-34 30-28 52-72 Cincinnati 62 65 .488 22 3-7 Wl 36-29 26-36 31-28 71-56 Colorado 48 77 .384 35 7-3 W5 26-36 22-41 21-39 - San Diego 47 78 .376 36 2-8 Wl 26-38 21-40 22-34 67-58 10 Streak Home Away 1992 Ti 6-4 34-27 34-28 31-25 66-57 5-5 LI 33-28 32-32 31-27 56-69 5-5 W2 34-24 30-36 26-30 60-64 7-3 . LI 34-26 27-36 29 29 50-73 3-7 LI 36-29 20-38 27-31 5667 68-54 4-6 Wl 27-34 26-35 26-26 4-6 L3 32-30 19-41 27-30 73-49 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Boston at Texas California at Baltimore Cleveland at Toronto Minnesota at Kansas City New York at Chicago Oakland at Milwaukee Seattle at Detroit WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Atlanta at San Francisco Chicago at Montreal Cincinnati at New York Colorado at Philadelphia Houston at Florida , Pittsburgh at Los Angeles St. Louis at SarCDrego i 1993 vs. Opponent Last Three Starts ERA W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA HWG 0-1 100 810 0-0 2.2 1688 1-1 16 0 56j. 12 4 1-2 16 0 6.14 15 2 0-1 90 600 0-2 15 0 3 60 0-2 19.0 3 32- 9 5 0-1 18 0 2 50 12 0 1-1 181 0-0 7.0 540 1.29 1-1 18 0 5 00 150 1-1 210 214 137 2-0 212 1-0 20 0 208 3.15 3-0 191 326 102 0-1 18.1 638 172 0-1 3-0 62 21 0 2.70 257 0- 1 15 0 5 40 15 0 1- 1 22 0 3 27 8 2 0-0 0-1 52 159 5.0 720 2-0 20 1 1 33 7 1 1-2 21.0 3 86 12 0 0- 3 15.2 9 77 14 9 1- 1 16 0 5 06 18 0 54 0-1 5 1 10 13 39 1-1 14 0 4 50 Div. 2-Run Ninth Pins Sounds Iowa Cubs win again in their final at-bat, 4-3 Si'Ki :iai. Disi'ATt :n T( ) Ti IK Ri t ;istkh Nashville, Tenn. Thanks to Eddie Zambrano, the Iowa Cubs' mystique continues. Zambrano belted a two-run, ninth-inning homer to propel the Cubs to a 4-3 victory over Nashville, marking the 27th time this season that Iowa has won in its last at-bat. Six of those last-inning victories have come against the Sounds. "I don't think anyone knows why we're coming back the way we have this year," Zambrano said after his 30th home run this season preserved the Cubs' 4'S-game lead over New Orleans in the American Association Western Division. "We have confidence and everyone is getting the hits when we need them. We hit better with runners in scoring position, just like tonight." Zambrano's two-out home run scored pinch-hitter John Jansen, who reached on a one-out double against loser Mike Mongiello. And the homer, Zambrano's second in two days, made a winner of Bill Brennan and gave Jim Bullinger the opportunity to record his 16th save with a scoreless ninth. "He's meant a heck of a lot to this team," Brennan said of Zambrano, the 27-year-old who signed with the Cubs as a six-year free agent last winter. "Everyone on this club has come through in the clutch, but he seems to come up with the big, big hit when we need it most." Brennan, an all-Nashville Inter-scholastic League player in 1981, stood to be the loser despite pitching a five-hitter through eight innings. After Zambrano walked and scored in the second, the Sounds pushed two runs across in the third inning on Scott Tedder's two-run double. Nashville, now leading the Eastern Division by eight games, increased its lead to 3-1 in the fifth inning before Tommy Shields closed the gap to 3-2 in the eighth inning with a solo home run against Sounds starter Scott Ruf fcorn. "When you have two really good clubs like this, you're going to have dramatic things happen," said Iowa Manager Marv Foley, a two-time all-Southeastern Conference player at Kentucky in the mid-1970s. "Each club has players you can count on. Eddie has been our go-to guy all year. When he's played well, we ve played well. When he s slumped, the team has slumped. And Bill, well, he's had four good games in a row and pitched well most of the season. He's got that split-finger, and he s been effective with it. Nashville Manager Rick Renick said: "This was a tough one to lose, just like (Sunday night's) was a tough one for them to lose. "We just couldn't close the door. When two clubs like this meet, an error or a bad pitch usually determines the outcome. It did tonight." The game turned on what Mongiello called, "a hanging slider that was a bad pitch." "I wasn't compact. It was a bad pitch," Mongiello said. "I've been working on my slider, making it almost a hard curveball. It stayed up and (Zambrano) hit it. He's the wrong guy to throw a bad pitch to. You don't throw a pitch like that to a guy with 29 home runs." The two clubs square off again tonight at Greer Stadium. IOWA Ramsey ct Smith 2b Lonigro 2b Jensen ph Rhodes It Zambrano rf Jennings dh Franco 1 b Shields ss Worthmgtn 3b Walbeck c Brennan p Bullinger p Totals ab r h bl NASHVILLE ab r h bl 4 0 0 0 Huffct 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Martin 2b 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Cronlb 4 0 10 1110 Densondh 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Merulloc 3 0 0 0 3 2 12 Gilbert pr 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 Hallrf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 Coomer3b 3 110 4 12 1 Beltress 3 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 Tedder It 2 0 12 3 0 0 0 Ruftcornp 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mongellop 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 4 4 Totals 31 3 S 3 SUNDAY'S GAMES Atlanta 4. Chicago 3 Colorado 4, New York 3 (13 Houston 7, Philadelphia 3 Los Angeles 3. St. Louis 0 Montreal 7, Cincinnati 2 Pittsburgh 10, San Diego 5 San Francisco 7, Florida 6 MONDAY'S GAMES Atlanta 5. San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 6. New York 2 Colorado 3, Philadelphia 2 innings) Los Angeles 6. Pittsburgh 1 Montreal 1 . Chicago 0 San Diego 7, St. Louis 5 Only games scheduled Tim Spehr Knocks in winning run Padres 7, Cardinals 5 San Diego, Calif. Phil Plan-tier's first career grand slam highlighted San Diego's five-run first inning as the Padres beat St. Louis, ending a season-high seven-game losing streak. Plantier homered off Donovan Osborne, who lasted one-third of an inning in his shortest career start. He lost for the first time in five decisions against San Diego. The loss was the Cardinals' fourth consecutive. ST. LOUIS ab r h W SAN DIEGO ab r h M Ti Jones 2b 3 110 Gutierrez ss 4 0 10 Burns p 0 0 0 0 Teufel 2b 3 10 0 Zeile 3b 1 0 0 0 Hoffman p 0 0 0 0 0 Smith ss 5 0 10 Shipley ph 10 11 Gilkeylf 4 0 0 1 Ge Harris p 0 0 0 0 Perry lb 3 2 2 0 Gwynnrf 5 12 0 Whitencf 4 10 0 D Belief 3 10 0 Brewer rf 4 12 2 P Clark lb 4 2 2 2 Lankfordcf 0 0 0 0 Velasquez lb 0 0 0 0 Woodson 3b 3 0 0 0 Plantier If 4 12 4 Jetfenes ph 0 0 0 1 Brown If 0 0 0 0 Guettermanp 0 0 0 0 Cianfrocco3b 3 0 2 0 Pagnozn c 4 0 11 Ausmus c 3 0 0 0 Osborne p 0 0 0 0 Brocail p 0 0 0 0 Onvares p 2 0 0 0 P A Marttnei p 10 0 0 Alicea 2b 10 0 0 Gardner 2b 110 0 - Totals 34 S 7 S Totals 32 7 10 7 St Louis 021 000 020 S San Diego SOO 000 11 7 E Perry (2). Woodson 2 (3). Cianfrocco (7), PA Martinez ( 1 ). Gardner 2 (6). DP St Louis 1 . San Diego 1 LOB St Louis 7. San Diego 8 28 Tt-Jones (2). Perry (3). Pagnoizi (10) HR-P Clark (8). Plantier (25) SB-Ti Jones ( 1 ). Whiten ( 1 0). Alicea (7), D Bell (22) CS 0 Smith (7). Planner (2). S-Brocail. P A. Martinez. SF Gilkey. Jetfenes St. Louis IP H R ER BB SO Osborne L 10-7 'i 3 5 4 2 0 Olivares 5'i 2 0 0 3 1 Burns 1 1110 0 Guetterman 1 4 110 0 San Diego IP H R ER BB SO Brocail 2'i 5 3 3 1 1 P A Martinez W. 3-0 3 i 0 0 0 0 3 Hoffman 2 2 2 1 1 1 Ge Harris S. 19 1 0 0 0 1 1 U Poncino. Reiker. Davidson. Hohn T 2 50. A-8.588 Reds 6, Mets 2 New York, N.Y. Pitcher Dwight Gooden was ejected in the third inning for hitting rookie Brian Koelling with a pitch, and Cincinnati went on to beat New York. Gooden hit Koelling leading off the third inning, and home-plate umpire Gary Darling ruled it was a retaliatory pitch. The Mets right-hander trailed, 1-0, when he left the game. CINCINNATI ab r h bl NEW YORK ab r h bl Howard ct 3 110 Orsulak It 3 10 0 Burnitz rf 4 112 Murray lb 4 110 4 13 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 Branson ss Morris 1 b Mitchell If Brumfield cf Sabo 3b R Sanders rf Dorsett c Koelling 2b Reardon p Pughp Samuel 2b 2 0 10 Bonilla 3b 0 10 0 Kent 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 M Maddux p 3 12 4 Ry Thompson cf4 0 0 0 4 000OBnenc 2 0 0 0 3 10 0 Baez ss 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Schourek p 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 C Walker 2b 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Gooden p 0 0 0 0 Manzanillop 10 0 0 Landrum ph 10 0 0 Telgheder p 0 0 0 0 McKnight ss 10 0 0 Totals 29 6 6 6 Totals 312 6 2 Cincinnati 014 000 0106 New York 001 010 0002 E Koelling (1) DP Cincinnati 1. New York 1. LOB-Cmcinnati 5. New York 6. 28 Morris (10). HR-R Sanders (17) CS-Howard (1). S Pugh. SF R Sanders, bonilla 2 Cincinnati IP BB SO Pugh W, 8-12 Reardon New York Gooden L. 11-14 Manzanillo Telgheder Schourek 7 2 IP 2 2 2 2 1 6 0 0 BB SO 0 3 5 1 1 2 0 1 M. Maddux 1 0 2 Gooden pitched to 1 batter in the 3rd HBP by Pugh (O'Brien), by Gooden (Koelling) U Darling. Bell. Williams. Pullt. T-2 33 A-19.729. Dodgers 6, Pirates 1 Los Angeles, Calif. Orel Her-shiser allowed one run in IV3 innings to end a three-game losing streak as Los Angeles beat Pittsburgh for its fifth successive victory. PITTSBURGH ab r h bl LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Garcia 2b 4 100 Butler cf 3 0 0 0 J Bell ss 4 0 10 Otfermanss 5 13 1 Merced rf 4 0 2 1 Piazza c 5 12 1 King3b 4 0 0 0 Snyderrf 5 111 Shouse p 0 0 0 0 Karros lb 4 0 10 Johnston p 0 0 0 0 E Davis If 3 110 Martin cf 4 0 10 Wallach 3b 4 0 2 3 LoSmithll 3 0 0 0 JoReed2b 30 10 Slaught c 4 0 10 Hershiser p 3 12 0 K Young lb 4 0 2 0 P J Martinez p 0 0 0 0 Z Smith p 1 0 0 0 Sharperson ph 1110 Petkovsek p 0 0 0 0 Td Worrell p 0 0 0 0 Tomberlin ph 10 0 0 Minor p 0 0 0 0 Foley 3b 10 10 Totals 34 1 8 1 Totals 36 6 14 6 Pittsburgh 000 000 0101 Los Angeles 005 000 Olx 6 DP-Pittsburgh 1. Los Angeles 1. LOB Pittsburgh 7. Los Angeles 10 2B Merced (24). Offer-man (17). Snyder (29). Wallach (17). SB-J. Bell tl a) S-Butler TODAY'S PITCHING MATCHUPS .4 tiTll Baseball AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 7:30 Iowa Cubs at Nashville Dog Racing 7:1 5 Bluffs Run, Council Bluffs (simulcast at Prairie Meadows) 7:30 Dubuque Greyhound Park On the Air Television Noon, ESPN Boxing: Orlin Norris vs. Jack Basting, cruiserweights. (R) 3 00. TBS Baseball: Atlanta at San Francisco. 4:00, ESPN-Golf: Fred Meyer Challenge, final round, (tape) 6:30. ESPN Baseball: California at Baltimore. 6:30, WGN Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Montreal. 8:00, USA Boxing: Phil Jackson vs. Mike Dixon, heavyweights. 9:30. ESPN Baseball: Pittsburgh at Los Angeles. Midnight, USA Boxing: Phil Jackson vs. Mike Dixon, heavyweights. From Atlantic City. (R) 2:30 a.m.. ESPN-Golf: Fred Meyer Challenge, tinal round. (R) Radio BASEBALL 6:05-Chicago at Montreal, KRNT-AM (1350), KWBG-AM(1590) 7:05-lowa at Nashville, KKSO-AM (1390) 7:10 Minnesota at Kansas City, KWKY-AM(1150) First Woman in Tourney Female coach makes history in Little League Williamsport, Pa. (AP) To Ka- thy Barnard, nothing is more normal than coaching a Little League game, then changing in the dugout into another uniform to play Softball. At the Little League World Series, however, she's a curiousi-ty, the first woman to coach in the Little League World Series. She's here with the North , J Barnard A dream Vancouver, British Columbia, baseball team. "The running joke in my house is that I don't need a kitchen," Barnard said, surveying Lamade Stadium from the hill behind left field. "I'm coaching or playing every night of the week. I don't have any off time, or when I do, I sit and watch a game on TV. It's kind of scary." On her first night in Williamsport, Kathy Barnard took time away from her team, walked the 100 yards or so from the team dormitory to the stadium and looked to the sky. "The lights were on, but there : wasn't a soul. There isn't a word to describe this place," she said. . "Maybe I see a different side of this. I don't know what the man's ; point of view is of this. For me, it's a dream come true. These kids have given me the memory of a lifetime. I ' didn't coach ball to become the first woman in the Little League World Series. I did it because I love it. "And to be here is just ... I can't even explain it. I'm excited. I'm nervous, and I don't like the limelight. You will notice that I will get in the midst of the kids and be hard to find, and be quite happy there." .. Barnard's son, Spencer, 12, plays 1 left field for the Canadian team, which lost to Panama, 6-0, in Monday's first round. Having mom there is "all right," even if she does treat all the players the same, he said. Four of her players will move to a higher league next year, including Spencer. Another son, David, 10, will return. She was torn as to which team she would work with, but decided with her husband that she would stay at the lower level. Because her 4-foot, 10-inch frame is smaller than those of all her play ers, she was forced to stand in front in the team's official Little League photograph. "I wanted to stand back where the coaches stand, but they said they couldn't see me," she said. SCORES inSports Roundup ffHft Des Moines Mustangs tVr Baseball Club DATISi August 28 or September 11 LOCATION! Valley High Baseball Diamond TIMISi 9:30-11:30 12 & Under (birthddlt. prior to AuRul 1M 1NI are not i hr.ibk'l 1:30- 3:30 9 & Under lhrthj.il.-. prior hi AuRut ly 1h4 jrv nut dimbkl M-070 ar W6-74 far mlli ASSHCIATKIII'HKSN Montreal, Quebec Unbeaten rookie Kirk Rueter started a triple play, and Montreal supported him with two double plays in a 1-0 victory Monday against Chicago. Rueter (4-0) started the triple play in the sixth inning, snaring a line drive from Rey Sanchez. The lefthander, who allowed five hits in 8H innings, leaped to catch the ball and relayed to shortstop Wil Cordero, who stepped on second base to get Steve Lake before tagging losing pitcher Greg Hibbard coming in from first base. "I'm glad he hit a line drive be cause a ground ball was real trouble for us," Montreal Manager Felipe Al-ou said in reaction to the hit-and-run play that didn't work. Rueter was surprised by the field ing gem. "As soon as I caught it, I was just trying to get the guy at second, but I saw him on third," Rueter said. "And the guy on first was at second . Luck was on my side. Cubs Manager Jim Lefebvre w&p. impressed with Rueter's poise. "It came down to how he fielded his position," Lefebvre said. "We had the hit-and-run on and if that ball goes through, it's a three- or four-run inning." The Expos scored in the second in ning on a double by Moises Alou and a run-scoring single by Tim Spehr, who had three of five hits off Hibbard in eight innings. In that situation, I shouldn t have given him anything close," Hibbard said of Spehr. "That was stupid of me. I was trying to get a ground ball, but I just should have pitched him more carefully, even put him on, and face the pitcher." Lake led off the sixth inning with a double off the left-field wall and remained at second base when Hibbard followed with an infield hit. It was the Expos first triple play since Sept. 8, 1991, and the eighth in club history. The double plays also helped Montreal win its third consecutive game and send Chicago its third loss in a row. The victory was Rueter's second against Chicago in less than a week. Hibbard entered the game with a lifetime record of 2-0 and an earned-run average of 0.56 against Montre al. Wednesday at Wrigley Field, he scattered four hits in 8V3 innings to beat the Expos, 2-0. CHICAGO ab r h W MONTREAL ab r h bl Sanchez ss 4 0 10 Grissom cl 2 0 10 Sandberg 2b 3 0 2 0 Ready 2b 4 0 0 0 Grace lb 4 0 0 0 Berry 3b 4 0 0 0 Buechele 3b 3 0 0 0 L Walker rt 3 0 0 0 Sosacf 3 0 0 0 Alou II 4 110 Mill If 3 0 0 0 Bolicklb 3 0 0 0 Robersonrf 3 0 0 0 Marrero lb 0 0 0 0 Lake c 3 0 10 Cordero ss 3 0 0 0 Hibbard p 2 0 10 Spehr c 3 0 3 1 Vizcaino ph 0 0 0 0 Rueter p 2 0 0 0 Wetteland p 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 0 9 0 Totals 28 1 S 1 Chicago 000 000 0000 Montreal 010 000 OOx 1 E Berry (12) DP Montreal 2 TP Montreal 1. LOB Chicago 3, Montreal 7 28 Lake (4). Alou (27). Spehr (4). CS-Sanchez (1) S Rueter Chicago IP H R ER BB SO Hibbard L. 10-10 8 5 1 1 3 4 Montreal IP H R ER BB SO RueterW.4-0 8'i 5 0 0 2 3 Wetteland S 28 'j 0 0 0 0 0 WP Wetteland U Oavis. Tata. Bonin. Kellogg. T-2 05 A-15.359 Rockies 3, Phillies 2 Philadelphia, Pa. Dante Bich ette's home run in the 13th inning lifted Colorado to its fifth straight victory. After Roger Mason struck out Eric Young to start the 13th, Bichette hit the next pitch over the fence in right- center field to snap the 2-2 tie. It was Bichette s 19th homer of the season and sent the Phillies to their third straight loss. Philadelphia took a 2-1 lead in the second inning when Pete Incaviglia singled, advanced to third base on Jim Eisenreich's double and scored on second baseman Roberto Mejia's errant throw to the plate. Eisenreich moved to third and scored on Lenny Dykstra's sacrifice fly. Charlie Hayes tied the score in the sixth inning with his 20th home run of the season. The Rockies took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Mejia singled, moved to third base on Andres Gal arraga's ground-rule double and scored on Bichette's sacrifice fly. COLORADO A Cole cf Mena 2b ab r h bl PHI'DELPHIA 6 12 0 Dykstra cf 6 0 10 Duncan 2b 5 0 3 0 Kruk lb 1 0 0 0 D Holhns 3b 5 12 2 Daultonc 5 111 Incavislialf ab r h bl 6 0 0 1 5 0 10 Galarraga lb E Young H Bichette rt Hayes 3b Je Clark II Girardi c Benavides ss Reynoso p Rutfm p Boston ph M Muno; p Moore p C Jones ph Wayne p Holmes p 5 0 3 0 5 0 10 5 0 0 0 3 110 5 0 0 0 M Thompson If 1 0 0 0 6 0 10 Eisenreich rf 5 12 0 6 0 0 0 Stocker ss 5 0 0 0 2 0 10 TGreenep 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Chamberlain ph 1 0 0 0 10 10 Andersen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thigpen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R Jordan ph 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Mason p 0 0 0 0 Morandiniph 0 0 0 0 SO 3 12 3 Totals 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Totals . 46 2 8 2 Colorado 100 001 000 000 13 Philadelphia 020 000 000 000 02 LOB Colorado 11. Philadelphia 14 28 Galarraga (26). Bichette (38) Eisenreich (13) HR Bichette (19). Hayes (20) SB-Meia (1). Daulton (5) S Eisenreich SF Bichette. Dykstra Colorado IP BB SO 5 4 Reynoso Ruftin M Muno Moore Wayne W 4-3 Holmes S 18 Philadelphia T Greene Andersen Thigpen Mason L. 4-10 5 3 l'i l'l 1 IP 8 1 1 BB SO 1 5 0 1 0 0 3 1 3 HBP-by Reynoso (D Hollins) U-Reiiford. De-Muth. layne Runge T-4 03 A 40 481 EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. CB. Nashville (W.Sox) 74 57 .565 Buffalo (Pirates) 66 65 504 8 .Louisville (Cardinals) 63 67 .485 10 Indianapolis (Reds) 60 71 458"i 4 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. CB. Iowa (Cubs) 76 54 .585 -" New Orleans (Brewers) 71 58 .550 4'j Omaha (Royals) 64 66 492 12 Okla City (Rangers) 47 83 362 29 MONDAY'S GAMES Buffalo 6. Omaha 5 (10 innings) Indianapolis 5. Oklahoma City 1 Iowa 4. Nashville 3 New Orleans 5. Louisville 0 TODAY'S GAMES 7 35 Iowa (Trachsel 1 1 5) at Nashville (Campos 6-41 Indianapolis at Oklahoma City Louisville at New Orleans (2) Omaha at Buffalo WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Time (CDT) W-L Team Pitcher Atlanta Glavine(L) 14-5 3 at San Francisco Hickerson (L) 3:05 6-4 4 Chicago at Montreal Castillo (R) Hill(R) 5-8 4 7-4 2 6:35 Colorado Blair (R) at Philadelphia Jackson (L) 5-9 5 99 3 635 Houston at Florida Swindell (L) 9-9 4 Armstrong (R) 6 35 7-12 4 Cincinnati at New York Luebbers(R) Tanana (L) 2-3 4 6-12 4 6:40 St Louis at San Diego Watson (L) Ashby(R) 6-0 1-7 935 Pittsburgh Walk(R) 11 11 5 at Los Angeles Gross (R) 9:35 8-11 4 HWG Hits and walks allowed per nine innings. 1 Former owner dies Eddie Chiles, former owner of the Texas Rangers, died Sunday night of natural causes at nis fort Worth home. He fWWn was 83. He had been in failing health for several years. Chiles bought the Rangers in 1980 from Fort Worth businessman Brad Cor-bett. LA Chiles He SOld the (,,ynoA Tonm club in 1989 to the current owners, led by George W. Bush, son of former President George Bush. "It was a very emotional decision for me to sell the team, but it had to be done," Chiles said then. "I just wish we could have won a pennant." Ventura drops appeal Robin Ventura of the Chicago White Sox dropped his appeal of a two-game suspension for fighting with Nolan Ryan, American League President Bobby Brown announced Monday. Ventura's suspension for the Aug. 4 incident, in which Ventura charged the mound after getting hit by a pitch, began Monday night against the New York Yankees. Injury update Nolan Ryan, 46, playing his 27th and final season, will pitch again, the Texas Rangers said Monday after baseball's all-time strikeout leader was checked for a rib-cage injury. Conway said Rvan is exDecferl to miss his start Thursday against Boston out believes he will be able to pitch again by early next week. An X-ray of the rib cage was normal, the doctor said. Frustrated bv a lenethv string of poor performances and a demotion to the bullpen, Baltimore pitcher Rick Sutcliffe has opted to have surgery on his left knee. lhe right-hander, 37, will have surgery to repair torn cartilage today and will miss at least three weeks. He was placed on the 15-day aisaDiea ust Monday and replaced on the roster by pitcher Kevin McGehee, who was recalled from triple-A Rochester. Sutcliffe (9-9) was 1-7 with a 7.97 Pittsburgh IP H R ER BB SO Z Smith L. 3 6 3' i 9 5 5 3 1 Petkovsek 0 0 0 0 1 Minor 3 3 0 0 0 1 Shouse 1 1 1 1 10 0 Johnston i 1 0 0 0 1 Los Angeles IP H R ER BB SO Herih.serW 9-12 7Ji 6 1 10 3 PJ Martinez ' j 0 0 0 0 1 Td Worrell 1 2 0 0 0 1 7 35- Iowa (Wendell 9-6) at Nashville (Alvarei 0-1) Louisville at New Orleans Indianapolis at Oklahoma City Omaha at Buffalo earned-run average in his last 10 starts. He was sent to the bullpen Friday, and Sunday gave up four runs in IV innings against Texas. "I thought it was something I could get by with, but that didn't turn out to be the case," he said. Atlanta outfielder Deion Sanders is likely to miss the second game of a crucial series against San Francisco as he continues to have tests. Sanders, who has been bothered by fits of coughing, was scheduled for more tests and consultations Tuesday with doctors working with team orthopedist Joseph Chandler in Atlanta. The Braves play at San Francisco this afternoon after opening the series Monday night. Sanders missed five starts before getting permission from management to get further treatment Monday. "Sometimes he seemed to be choking," Atlanta Manager Bobby Cox said Sunday. "They can't figure out what it is." Dodger reprieve Darren Drei-fort, the second player taken in the amateur draft, kept negotiations with Los Angeles alive Monday by skipping the first day of classes at Wichita State. Had Dreifort attended school, he would have reasserted his amateur status and been eligible to play his senior season for Wichita State. Iowa 010 000 0124 Nashville 002 010 0003 E Smith 2 DP Iowa 3. Nashville 1 LOb Iowa 3. Nashville 3 2B Jensen 1, Jennings 1. HR Zambrano (30). Shields (8). Iowa IP M R ER BB SO Brennan. W, 9-7 8 5 3 2 2 5 Bullinger S. 16 10 0 0 1 0 Nashville IP H R ER BB SO Rutfcorn 8 3 2 2 2 6 Mongello L. 6-3 1 3 2 2 1 3 U-Raintorth. Cuzzi. Buck. T 2 30. A 3 058 HOW THEY SCORED Iowa second Zambrano walked. Jennings singled. Zambrano to third. Franco hit fielder's choice groundout. Zambrano scored. Jennings out at second. Franco safe at first Iowa 1, Nashville 0. Nashville third Coomer sate on throwing error Beitre singled. Coomer to second. Tedder doubled, Coomer and Beitre scored Nashville 2, Iowa 1. Nashvlll fffth-Beltre singled Beitre stole second Tedder walked On double steal. Beitre to third. Tedder to second Hutf grounded out. Beitre scored. Tedder to third Nashville 3, Iowa 1. Iowa eighth Shields homered Nashville 3, Iowa 2. Iowa ninth Mongiello pitching Pinch-hitter Jansen doubled Rhodes struck out Zambrano homered. Jansen scored Iowa 4, Nashville 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Placed Rick Sutcliffe. pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list (knee surgery) Recalled Kevin McGehee. pitcher, from Rochester of the international League Chicago Announced that Robin Ventura, third baseman, has dropped his appeal of a two-game suspension. Detroit Signed Matt Brunson. shortstop Texas Placed Butch Davis, outfielder, on the 1 5- day disabled list. Recalled Jeff Huson. mfieider. from Oklahoma City of the American Association. Kansas City Activated Keith Miller, infielder, from the disabled list. Sent Phil Hiatt. third baseman, to Omaha of the American Association. 1975 Ed Halicki of San Francisco pitched a 6-0 no-hitter against the New York Mets to lead the Giants to a sweep of a doubleheader. On the same day. Dave Lopes of Los Angeles stole his 38th consecutive base tn the seventh inning against the Expos. Lopes' streak was snapped in the 1 2th inning by Gary Carter. HBP-by Hershiser (Lo Smith) WP Minor. Hershiser U Froemmmg. Winters. Gorman, Hirsch-beck T-2 53. A-38,739 Braves 5, Giants 3 ATLANTA Nion cf Blauser ss Gant If McGriff lb Pendleton 3b Justice rf Berryhill c Lemke 2b Avery p ab r h bl SAN FRAN, ab r h bl 5 0 10 McGeerf 4 0 0 0 5 2 3 1 Ro Thompsn 2b 3 1 1 2 4 0 11 WCIark lb 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 Ma Williams 3b 4 0 0 0 4 12 0 Bondslf 4 0 10 3 10 0 Carreoncf 3 0 0 0 2 111 Clayton ss 4 12 0 3 0 0 1 Manwaringc 4 12 0 4 0 11 TWilsonp 0 0 0 0 Burba p 0 0 0 0 Scarsone ph 0 0 0 1 J Brantley p 0 0 0 0 Colbert ph 10 0 0 Rogers p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 5 t S Totals 31 3 8 3 Atlanta 030 010 0019 San Francisco 000 030 000 3 DP San Francisco 1 LOB Atlanta 8. San Francisco 5 28 Blauser 2(22). Avery (3). Clayton (15) HR Blauser (14). Ro Thompson (15) CS Bonds (9). Clayton (10). S T. Wilson SF-Lemke. Scarsone Atlanta Avery W 14-4 San Francisco T Wilson L. 7-5 Burba J Brantley Rogers IP H 9 8 IP H 4 5 1 3 2 0 BB SO 2 4 BB SO 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 WP Avery U Crawford. Quick. Rippley Hal-lion T-2 37 A-53 282

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