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;4C THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1990 s c Major League Baseball Standings Canseco, A9s top Blue Jays 5-4 American League East Last Turn Wm Lest Pet. GB Tuesday Streak 10 ; Milwaukee 22 14 .611 Beat Seattle 3-2 Won 1 5-5 "' Boston 20 17 .541 2V6 Lost to Texas 5-4 Lost 1 5-5 -. -Toronto 21 20 .512 31A Lost to Oakland 5-4 Lost 2 3-7 - Cleveland 19 19 .500 4 Lost to California 8-3 Lost 3 5-5 ' Detroit 18 23 .439 VA Lost to Kansas City 9-8 Lost 1 7-3 , Baltimore 17 22 .436 6'z Beat Minnesota 10-2 Won 1 5-5 ' New York 15 21 .417 7 Beat Chicago 5-2 Won 1 5-5 WEST '' Oakland 26 12 .684 Beat Toronto 5-4 Won 2 4-6 Chicago 21 14 .600 3Vi Lost to New York 5-2 Lost 1 6-4 Minnesota 21 17 .553 5 Lost to Baltimore 10-2 Lost 1 7-3 Seattle 20 21 .488 TA Lost to Milwaukee 3-2 Lost 1 6-4 Texas 17 22 .436 9Vfe Beat Boston 5-4 Won 1 3-7 California 17 23 .425 10 Beat Cleveland 8-3 Won 2 6-4 Kansas City 14 23 .378 VA Beat Detroit 9-8 Won 1 4-6 National League East Last Taaw Won Lost Pet. GB Tuesday Streak 10 ; Pittsburgh 24 15 .615 Beat Houston 8-4 Won 1 5-5 , Philadelphia 22 16 .579 VA Beat San Francisco 4-2 Won 2 6-4 Montreal 21 18 .538 3 Beat San Diego 6-1 Won 3 4-6 New York 19 19 .500 4'z Beat Los Angeles 8:3 Won 2 5-5 Chicago 19 20 .487 5 Beat Cincinnati 2-1 Won 1 6-4 St. Louis 18 21 .462 6 Beat Atlanta 4-3 Won 1 6-4 WEST 'Cincinnati 26 10 .722 Lost to Chicago 2-1 Lost 1 6-4 ;los Angeles 19 20 .487 8Vfe Lost to New York 8-3 Lost 2 6-4 , San Diego 18 20 .474 9 Lost to Montreal 6-1 Lost 1 5-5 -'Atlanta 15 22 .405 11'; Lost to St. Louis 4-3 Lost 2 6-4 San Francisco 15 24 .385 121z Lost to Philadelphia 4-2 Lost 4 5-5 ; Houston 14 25 .359 3V Lost to Pittsburgh 8-4 Lost 1 1-9 Results American League Tuesday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher - Milwaukee 3, Seattle 2 Knudson (3-1) Swift (2-1) Oakland 5, Toronto 4 C. Young (2-1) Wills (3-2) Baltimore 10, Minnesota 2 Williamson (3-1) ' Tapani (5-3) California 8, Cleveland 3 C. Finley (6-2) Candiotti (4-2) New York 5, Chicago 2 LaPoint (3-3) M. Perez (3-4) Texas 5, Boston 4 B. Witt (2-5) Kiecker (0-1) Kansas City 9, Detroit 8 Fair (3-2) Morris (2-6) Monday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Oakland 4, Toronto 1 Welch (5-2) Stottlemeyer (4-5) Boston 4, Texas 2 Boddicker (6-3) Mieike (0-1) Detroit 1 1 , Kansas City 6 J. Robinson (4-3) Gordon (1-2) Minnesota 7, Baltimore 3 Guthrie (1-0) Milacki (1-3) California 5, Cleveland 3 BIyleven (2-3) Shaw (1-1) Chicago 6, New York 5 Radinsky (3-0) Guetterman (2-2) Seattle 9, Milwaukee 4 Clark (1-0) Plesac (0-2) National League Tuesday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1 (16) Long (2-0) Scudder (1-1) Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 2 K. Howell (5-3) Reuschel (2-5) New York 8, Los Angeles 3 Ojeda (1-2) Crews (0-1) Montreal 6, San Diego 1 Gardner (2-2) Whitson (3-3) St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3 DeLeon (4-2) Lilliquist (2-5) Pittsburgh 8, Houston 4 Heaton (7-1) Schatzeder (1-2) Monday Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Cincinnati 4, Chicago 3 Rijo (3-1) G. Maddux (4-3) Atlanta 6, St. Louis 5 Boever (1-2) Terry (0-3) Houston 3, Pittsburgh 2(11) Agosto (2-1 ) Power (0-2) Philadelphia 5, San Francisco 2 Mulholland (3-1) Garrelts (1-4) New York 12, Los Angeles 3 Gooden (3-3) Morgan (5-3) Only games scheduled Schedule American League National League Today Chicago at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. Kansas City at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Texas at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. New York at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. Milwaukee at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. Cleveland at Seattle, 10:05 p.m. Toronto at California, 10:35 p.m. Thursday . Milwaukee at Oakland, 3:15 p.m. Kansas City at Boston, 6:05 p.m. Texas at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. New York at Minnesota, 8:05 p.m. Cleveland at Seattle, 10:05 p.m. ' Toronto at California, 10:35 p.m. Today's Pitchers American League Away I Probable I 1990 I Vs. Opp. at Site I Last 3 Outings Home Pitcher Line W-L ERA W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA MBA TEXAS MOYER(L) - 0- 2 4.41 7o 7 2.57 0-2 18VJ 4 41 14.33 PET. DUBOIS (L) PICK 1-2 7.94 - - - 1-2 11Vi 7.94 15.88 W.SOX E.KING (R) - 2-0 2.63 2-0 13 1.38 To 21 2.14 943 BALL D.JOHNSON (R) 5Vfc-6Vi 3-2 4.06 0-1 9 2.00 1-1 20' 3.54 11.51 K.C. SABERHAGEN (R) - 2-3 3.35 1-0 6 5.40 1-0 22'j 1.61 806 BOS. G.HARRIS (R) PICK 3-2 3.90 - - - 2-1 19 3.32 11.37 YANKS LEARY(R) - 2- 4 3.02 - - - Ti 22 3.68 10.64 MINN. DRUMMOND (R) 5K-6VS 0-0 0.00 - - - 0-0 4ft 0.00 13.50 CLEVE. BLACK (L) - T1 U3 T5 15 2.40 1-1 24Vi 1.48 777 SEA. HANSON (R) E-6 3- 3 3 97 1-0 8 2.25 0-3 17ft 6.62 16.30 MIL. WEGMAN(R) - 2- 0 1.29 - -To 14 1.29 964 OAK. MOORE (R) 6-7 3- 3 4.74 0-1 9 2.00 1-2 18ft 3.86 11.09 TOR. STIEB(R) - 5- 2 3.06 1-0 6 1.50 17 4.24 13.24 CALIF. ABBOTT (L) E-6 2-3 5.74 0-0 8 3.38 1-1 16 6.19 16.88 National League LA I BELCHER (R) I - I 3-3 4.01 1 1-0 9 0.00 1 2-1 21 3 43 10.71 CUBS HARKEY (R) E-6 4-1 4.93 - - - 1-0 15ft 6.89 19 53 S0 HURST (L) - 3- 4 3.56 0-0 4 6.75 "Ti 21 2 57 10.71 MON. BOYD (R) E-6 2-2 4.01 - - 1-0 21 0.86 12.00 sT KNEPPER (L) 2- 1 4 80 1-0 Ti 2 45 "Ti 15 4.80 12.00 ST.L MATHEWS (L) 67 0-2 3.76 - - - 0-1 16ft 2.70 12.42 PITT. WALK (R) 4-3 2 45 Ti 7 3.86 3-0 19ft 0 92 (Til HOU. GULLICKS0N(R) E-6 2-3 4.50 - - - 0-2 14 5.14 16.71 FSL Standings EAST Lakeland 5, Osceola 0 W L Pet. GB Winter Haven 7, Baseball City 2 West Palm Beach 32 13 .711 St. Petersburg 3. Clearwater 1 - St. Lucie 28 19 .596 5 Vera Beach 8, Sarasota 7 Vera Beach 26 21 .553 7 Fort Lauderdale at Miami, ppd. rain ' Fort Lauderdale 24 22 .522 8Vi Today'a garnet Miami II 34 .244 21 West Palm Beach at Charlotte CENTRAL St Lucie at Dunedin Lakeland 26 20 .565 St. Petersburg at Clearwater ' Osceola 25 22 .532 1 Vi Vera Beach at Sarasota ' Baseball City 21 26 .447 5Vi Winter Haven at Lakeland Winter Haven 8 39 .170 18Vfr Baseball City at Osceola WEST Fort Lauderdale at Miami Ounedln 36 II .766 Monday's result! "Charlotte 32 14 . 696 3Vi Baseball City 9, West Palm Beach 7 (1 1) St. Petersburg 23 23 .500 12V4 St. Lucie 4, Osceola 3 (12) Sarasota 19 28 .404 17 Dunedin 4. Charlotte 3 Clearwater 14 33 . 298 22 Lakeland 4, Miami 1 Tuesday's results Vera Beach 3, Clearwater 2 ' West Palm Beach at Charlotte, ppd. rain St. Petersburg 4, Sarasota 1(12) Dunedin 12. St. Lucie 4 Fort Lauderdale 4. Winter Haven 3 Los Angeles at Chicago, 2:20 p.m. San Diego at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 8:35 p.m. San Francisco at St. Louis, 8:35 p.m. Only games scheduled San Francisco at St. Louis, 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Chicago, 2:20 p.m. Cincinnati at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. San Diego at New York, 7:35 p.m. Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Only games scheduled The Associated Press TORONTO - Jose Canseco hit the first regular-season grand slam of his career, a drive onto the roof of a restaurant beyond the center-field fence, as the Oakland Athletics beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 on Tuesday. TV: Yankees at Twins, ESPN, 8:30 p.m. "It ranks as my second favorite homer simply because it was a grand slam and I've had some trouble with the bases loaded," Canseco said. "The No. 1 was the grand slam in the World Series." The sixth-inning hit was the 15th home run for Canseco, whose only other major league grand slam came against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opening game of the 1988 World Series. Canseco, who hit a three-run home run against Toronto on Monday, broke a 1-1 tie with his first-pitch grand slam off Frank Wills (3-2). "Jose does it again," winning pitcher Curt Young said. "I'm glad he's own our team." Brewers 3, Mariners 2 MILWAUKEE - Bill Spiers' pinch-hit single drove in Glenn Braggs with the winning run in the National League Sweet 16: Cubs top Reds 2-1 Dawson walked record 5 times The Associated Press CHICAGO - Dave Clark, given a chance with the bases loaded after a record-setting fifth intentional walk to Andre Dawson, singled in the winning run in the 16th inning Tuesday as the Chicago Cubs outlasted the Cincinnati Reds 2-1. Ryne Sandberg singled with one out in the 16th and moved to third when Mark Grace's ground ball went through Luis Quinones' legs for an error. Dawson was given the record-setting walk, but Clark spoiled the strategy with a single to center off Scott Scudder (1-1), who pitched the last lxk innings. Bill Long (2-0) pitched the 16th inning for the win. Dawson's five intentional walks broke the mark set by Roger Maris of the New York Yankees on May 22, 1962 and Garry Templeton of San Diego on July 5, 1985. Both those games lasted 12 innings. Phillies 4, Giants 2 SAN FRANCISCO - Ken Howell allowed three hits in seven innings and Len Dykstra doubled twice and drove in a run as Philadelphia beat San Francisco, handing the Giants their fourth loss in a row. The Giants, who started their eight-game homestand with four straight victories before losing twice each to Montreal and Philadelphia, dropped to 6-15 at home this season. Fisk-Sanders exchange clears The Associated Press NEW YORK - A heated discussion between Chicago White Sox veteran catcher Carlton Fisk and New York Yankees rookie Deion Sanders in the fifth inning Tuesday night resulted in both benches clearing. Notebook Before Sanders batted leading off the sixth, he and Fisk exchanged words and were separated by home plate umpire John Hirsch-beck. Players from both benches and the bullpens streamed onto the field and gathered near home plate. No punches were thrown and the matter was cleared up within a minute. In the third inning, Sanders popped out to short with a runner on third and one out. He failed to run to first and instead remained at the plate looking at Fisk. Sanders was booed on his way back to the dugout. Sanders, who also plays for the Atlanta Falcons, was recalled from Class AAA Columbus on Monday. He has started in left field the last two nights. The cause of the disagreement was not immediately known. Washington group wants to locate team in Virginia WASHINGTON - A group of Washington-area bfisinessmen American League bottom of the ninth and Mark Knudson (3-1) gave up seven hits as Milwaukee beat Seattle. Braggs and Charlie O'Brien singled off Bill Swift (2-1) with one out in the ninth. Keith Comstock was brought in to face Spiers, Who bounced a single over the head of first baseman Alvin Davis to score Braggs with the winning run. "I wanted to hit a fly ball, but after two strikes I just wanted to put the ball in play," Spiers said. "I felt relaxed. I had a chance to win the game. "It's been frustrating for me so far. I just want to do my part, whatever it is, to win," he said of his l-for-13 start. Angeles 8, Indians 3 CLEVELAND - Chuck Finley won for the 13th time in his last 16 decisions and Wally Joyner homered and drove in four runs as California beat Cleveland. Joyner hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning and was robbed of another home run in the eighth when right fielder Cory Snyder reached over the fence to make the catch. Joyner, who had three hits, 4 i . THE ASSOCIATED PRESS West Palm Beach's Bobby Thompson gets the force out at second for the Giants and throws to first to complete the double play. The Phillies' John Kruk was out at second in Philadelphia's 4-2 win. Mets 8, Dodgers 3 LOS ANGELES - Mike Marshall hurt his former teammates with a grand slam and six RBI and Bob Ojeda allowed four hits in six innings for his first win as New York beat Los Angeles. Marshall's seventh career grand slam came on an 0-2 pitch from reliever Mike Hartley with two outs in the sixth inning. Expos 6, Padres 1 MONTREAL - Tim Wallach homered and drove in four runs and rookie Mark Gardner pitched seven strong innings, leading Montreal over San Diego. seeking a baseball franchise said the team should be located in northern Virginia because it would be less competitive with the Balti Giannelli homers twice, leads Dunedin over Mets Special to The Palm Beach Post DUNEDIN - Ray Giannelli went 3-for-5 with a pair of two-run homers as the Dunedin Blue Jays hit five home runs to defeat the St. Lucie Mets 12-4 Tuesday night, breaking a four-game winning streak. Denis Boucher (5-0) allowed one earned run in six innings as he struck out eight and walked none for the Blue Jays (36-11). D.J. Dozier hit his fifth home run for the Mets (28-19) in the sixth inning and Nikco Riesgo singled in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to 18 games, tying the club record. WPB game rained out; will play two tonight PORT CHARLOTTE - Tuesday's scheduled Florida State League game between the West Palm Beach Expos (32-13) and the Charlotte Rangers (32-14) was postponed due to rain. The teams will make up the game by playing a doubleheader tonight at 6. !' and Johnny Ray each had two-run singles in the ninth. Orioles 10, Twins 2 BALTIMORE - Joe Orsulak's second home run of the game capped a six-run fifth inning that lifted Baltimore over Minnesota, giving the Twins just their fifth loss in 19 games. Orsulak drove in a career-high " four runs and Steve Finley got four hits for the Orioles. Mickey Tettle-ton homered and Cal Ripken ended an 0-for-18 slump with a two-run double. Mark Williamson (3-1) relieved winless Jeff Ballard in the fourth and shut down the Twins on three hits before giving way to Joe Price in the eighth. Ballard, who led American League left-handers with 18 victories last season, was taken out after allowing five hits and four walks. Yankees 5, White Sox 2 NEW YORK - Bob Geren snapped out of a 2-for-29 slump with a three-run home run, and New York beat Chicago in a game interrupted by an argument between Carlton Fisk and rookie . Deion Sanders. Sammy Sosa led off the game ti l : t Wallach, who has seven homers and 20 RBI in his last 15 games, hit his ninth homer of the season, a three-run shot off Ed Whitson (3-3), to give the Expos a 3-0 lead in the first inning. Cardinals 4, Braves 3 ATLANTA - Jose DeLeon allowed four hits in eight innings and drove in two runs and Terry Pendleton also had two RBI with a pair of hits to lift St. Louis over Atlanta. DeLeon (4-2) walked two and struck out 10 in ending Atlanta's three-game winning streak. He allowed two runs in the first inning on Jeff Treadway's RBI single and an RBI double by Dave Justice, more Orioles. "The capital region is a major league market and deserves a major league franchise," said Mark Florida State League Dunedin 12, St. Lucie 4 ST. 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A 254. r for Chicago and hit Dave LaPoint's 0-2 pitch over the center-field fence. It was Sosa's second home run leading off a game this season. Rangers 5, Red Sox 4 BOSTON - Rookie Jack Daugherty hit four consecutive singles and Ruben Sierra and Harold Baines ended slumps in a three-run fourth inning, leading Texas over Boston. The Rangers won for only the third time in 12 games. They have won just six of the last 21. Bobby Witt (2-5) allowed five hits two of them solo home runs by Tom Brunansky and Ellis Burks in six innings for his first Fenway Park victory. Royals 9, Tigers 8 DETROIT - Kansas City a 14-game losing streak at Tiger Stadium as its beleaguered bullpen escaped a bases-loaded jam in the ninth inning to stop Detroit's seven-game winning string. The Royals, who trailed 5-0 after two innings, rallied for an 8-6 lead when Danny Tartabull's two-run home run capped a five-run seventh inning. Kansas City made it 9-6 in the eighth on Frank White's RBI double. who has hit safely in all seven games since being recalled from the minors. Pirates 8, Astros 4 HOUSTON - Barry Bonds hit the first grand slam of his career in the third and Jay Bell had a three-run triple an inning later to help Neal Heaton win his win his seventh game as Pittsburgh beat Houston. Heaton (7-1) gave up four runs and four hits in 6'3 innings to hand Houston its 13th loss in 16 games. He tied Frank Viola of the New York Mets, Cincinnati's Jack Armstrong and Oakland's Dave Stewart for the most wins in the majors. benches Tracz, spokesman for Capital Region Baseball, Inc. "Over the past year, we have quietly and diligently put together an investor group with local roots and the strong financial basis required to own and run a major league team." Tracz is a local real estate de- vciuyci ctiiu Lu-uwiiei ui me rnnce , William Cannons of the Class A ' Carolina League. 1 The team initially could play at RFK Stadium in Washington as early as 1992 and later move to a new stadium in northern Virginia, the group said. I Notes ... Montreal pitcher Dennis Martinez apologized to Expos General Manager Dave Dombrowski about remarks the right-hander made last week following the demotion of Cuban-born catcher Nelson Santo-venia. However, the Nicaraguan-born Martinez said he still believes Santovenia's assignment to Indianapolis of the American Association "was made easier because Santovenia was a Latin." Martinez was quoted in Canadian newspapers last week as saying Santovenia's demotion was the result of racism on the part of the Expos. . The Houston Astros optioned outfielder Gerald Young to their Class AAA Tucson club and purchased the contract of outfielder Jeff Baldwin from Class AA Columbus. Young was hitting .179 in 31 games for the Astros with one home run and four RBI. t !

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