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Granderson rf 400013. 200 D .Wright 3b423011.364 Dan.Murphy 2b 522101. 417 C espedes cf-lf513200.308 Duda 1b301100.167 T.d’Arnaud c401002.273 Conforto lf300011.000 Clippard p 000000- -F amilia p 000000- -W .Flores ss 401000. 200 d eGrom p300000.000 c-K.Johnson ph 100001. 000 L agares cf000000.500 Totals36511439 Chicago A B RHB I B B S O A vg. Fowler cf 401001. 273 S chwarber lf 311110. 182 B ryant 3b 400002. 182 R izzo 1b401000.200 St.Castro 2b-ss 401000. 167 S oler rf411101.250 M.Montero c 300001. 143 H endricks p100001.000 a-Coghlan ph 100001. 000 R ichard p 000000- -C ahill p000000--- T.Wood p 000000- -G rimm p 000000- -- b -La Stella ph-2b100000.000 J.Baez ss200001.143 Strop p000000--- d-Denorfia ph100001.000 H.Rondon p 000000- -- Totals3225219 New York101001200—5110 Chicago100100000—251 E—J.Baez (1).LOB—New York 8,Chicago 4. 2B—D.Wright (2),Cespedes (1),W.Flores (1), F owler (1).HR—Dan.Murphy (3),off Hendricks;Schwarber (2),off deGrom;Soler (1), off deGrom.RBIs—Dan.Murphy (4),Ces- p edes 2 (3),Duda (1),Schwarber (2),Soler (1). SB—Cespedes (1).CS—Granderson (1).S— Duda. R unners moved up—Dan.Murphy,Duda. GIDP—Dan.Murphy,deGrom. DP—Chicago 2 (J.Baez,St.Castro,Rizzo), ( Bryant,St.Castro,Rizzo). New York I P HRE R B B S O E RA deGrom W,1-07422172.57 Clippard H,2 1100010 .00 F amilia S,3-3 1000010 .00 ChicagoIPHRERBBSOERA Hendricks4522144.50 Richard1100100.00 Cahill L,0-11211015.40 T.Wood 1 ⁄ 3 222017.71 G rimm 2 ⁄ 3 100010.00 Strop1000010.00 H.Rondon 1000110 .00 U mpires—Home,Ted Barrett;First,Paul Emmel;Second,Eric Cooper;Third, Bill Miller; L eft,Tim Timmons;Right,Mark Wegner. T —3:01.A—42,231(40,929). POSTSEASON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (Best-of-7;x-if necessary) American League All games televised by FS1 Kansas City 3,Toronto 1 Friday,Oct.16:Kansas City 5,Toronto 0 Saturday,Oct.17:Kansas City 6,Toronto 3 Monday:Toronto 11,Kansas City 8 Tuesday:Kansas City 14,Toronto 2 Wednesday:Kansas City (Volquez 13-9) at Toronto (Estrada 13-8),4:07 p.m. x -Friday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m. x-Saturday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m. National League All games televised by TBS New York 3,Chicago 0 Saturday,Oct.17:New York 4,Chicago 2 Sunday,Oct.18:New York 4,Chicago 1 T uesday:New York 5,Chicago 2 W ednesday:New York (Matz 4-0) at Chicago (Hammel 10-7),8:07 p.m. x -Thursday:New York at Chicago, 8:07 p.m. x -Saturday:Chicago at New York, 4:07 x-Sunday:Chicago at New York,8:07 p.m. Box Score Royals 14,Blue Jays 2 Kansas City A B RHB I B B S O A vg. A.Escobar ss312400.600 Zobrist 2b 522210. 389 L .Cain cf 312321. 357 J .Dyson cf 000000- -H osmer 1b411102.313 K.Morales dh 511000. 333 M oustakas 3b400101.176 S.Perez c 321011. 133 B utera c 100000. 000 A .Gordon lf331010.308 Rios rf313100.308 1-Orlando pr-rf2220001.000 Totals3614151255 TorontoABRHBIBBSOAvg. Revere lf312011.188 Donaldson 3b 301110. 333 B autista rf401102.167 Encarnacion dh 400001. 250 C olabello 1b 400000. 200 T ulowitzki ss301000.333 a-Pompey ph1010001.000 Ru.Martin c300001.000 b-Carrera ph100000.000 Pillar cf400002.200 Goins 2b311001.385 Totals3327228 Kansas City 4 10 0 00 4 32 —1 4 1 5 0 T oronto002000000—270 LOB—Kansas City 6,Toronto 6.2B—S.Perez (1),Donaldson (1).HR—Zobrist (1),off Dickey; Rios (1),off Dickey.RBIs—A.Escobar 4 (5), Zobrist 2 (3),L.Cain 3 (5),Hosmer (5),Mous- takas (4),Rios (2),Donaldson (4),Bautista (2). SB—L.Cain (2),Donaldson (1).CS—Rios (1). SF—A.Escobar 2,Hosmer,Moustakas. Runners left in scoring position—Kansas City 2(Hosmer,Zobrist);Toronto 4 (Encarnacion 3, Pillar).RISP—Kansas City 8 for 11;Toronto 1 for 6. DP—Kansas City 1(A.Escobar,Zobrist,Hosm- e r). Kansas City I P HRE R B B S O E RA C.Young 4 2 ⁄ 3 322243.86 H ochevar W,1-01 1 ⁄ 3 100000.00 Madson1100020.00 K.Herrera 1100010 .00 F .Morales1100014.50 MLB PLAYOFFS TORONTO - Ben Zobrist and the relentless Kansas City Royals showed they can play home run derby, too. And with one more win, they’ll have a chance to show off their power in a return t rip to the World Series. Z obrist hit a two-run h omer on knuckleballer R .A. Dickey’s fourth pitch of the game, Alex Rios connected an inning later and the Royals romped past the Toronto Blue Jays 14-2 Tuesday for a 3-1lead in the American League Championship Series. Lorenzo Cain scored on apassed ball and Mike Moustakas had a sacrifice fly in an LCS-record four- run top of the first. Alcides Escobar had four RBIs and Cain drove in three runs as the Royals bounced back from an 11-8 l oss Monday. Kansas City led 5-2 in the seventh before breaking away. Blue Jays infielder C liff Pennington relieved i n the ninth inning, be- c oming the first primarily position player to pitch in the postseason, STATS said. He allowed two hits and got one out. Kansas City can win the pennant Wednesday, when Edinson Volquez starts against Toronto’s Marco Estrada in a Game 1 rematch. A fter flashing power to b uild a 5-0 lead on the long b all, the Royals returned to their pesky ways late in the game against the Blue Jays’ struggling bullpen. They scored nine runs with three more sacrifice flies, a barrage of slash- i ng hits and heads-up baserunning. Blue Jays fans had seen enough after Cain’s t wo-run single in the e ighth, turning their ever- o ptimistic cheers to jeers when Mark Lowe replaced Ryan Madson. The 36-year-old Chris Young bested Dickey, 40, in a bookish matchup of veteran starters — only the pairing of the Yankees’ Randy Johnson and Detroit’s Kenny Rogers in t he 2006 ALDS tops the d uo for combined age. B ut just like his c ounterpart’s effort in Game 4 of the Division Series against Texas, the 6- foot-10 Young was lifted one out shy of qualifying for a victory when Ned Yost went to his bullpen w ith a runner on first with two outs in the fifth. Yost wasn’t willing to take any chances against Josh D onaldson, who already h ad a ground-rule double t hat cut Toronto’s deficit to 5-2. Dickey never had a chance to get that first playoff victory in a 13- year big league career. Escobar got a hit leading off for the fourth straight game, starting this one with a bunt down t he third-base line. Zob rist connected for his f irst homer of the ALCS. R ios homered against his former team in the second for a 5-0 lead. After Dickey hit Escobar with a pitch, he walked Cain one out later and was done after 12-3innings. ALCS Royals rout Jays, 1win from Series KC powers way to 3-1series lead HOWIE RUMBERG ASSOCIATED PRESS AP The Kansas City Royals’ Ben Zobrist (18) and Alcides Escobar c elebrate their 14-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series on Tuesday. pitcher Dennis Eckersley, acquired that May in the trade that sent Bill Buckner to Boston. But first, the Cubs had to hold off another long- f loundering franchise that was finally on the r ise. The young and talented New York Mets had a 19- year-old phenom named D wight Gooden who was taking over the Big Apple one breathtaking fastball at a time. Powered by Darryl S trawberry and piloted by n ew manager Davey Johnson, the Mets eclipsed 70 wins for the first time in eight seasons and reached 90 for just t he second time in team h istory. “One of the most fun years I ever had in my life,” first baseman Keith Hernandez recalled. I t was hardly the most d ramatic race on record —Chicago pulled away and won the NL East by 6 1 ⁄ 2 games. But the cities and ballparks and central c haracters involved certainly made it memorable. “Under today’s rules, we would have made the postseason,” Mets pitcher Ron Darling said. “But t hat was when the division mattered so much, and when stuff got real tough and the pressure was on, t hey knew how to handle it and we didn’t.” Both rosters were b ursting with fan favorites who had delightful, dip-n-dot names like Hu- bie Brooks and Mookie Wilson, Jody Davis and Larry Bowa, Wally Backman and Rusty Staub. Y et these were salty m en with mustaches in the Burt Reynolds mold. They were ballplayers, in the most romantic essence of the word, who w ore blue stirrups stretched thin and high nearly to the knee. And they had colorful, catchy nicknames — some of them stolen s traight from the zoo. There was Ryno and Penguin and Leon (Bull) Durham. … Sarge and El S id and Steve (Rainbow) Trout. … Zonk and Fitzy … Eck and Mex … Big Dadd y and Doctor K. “We kind of really awakened those fans in ’84,” Cubs outfielder Gary Matthews said. “Before ’84 you could just go and buy a ticket. After ’84, it w as pretty difficult.” H istory was an inescapable backdrop because 15 years earlier, the Cubs squandered a large August lead and let the M iracle Mets rally past them on the way to a World Series title. Individual awards were on the line, too: Sandberg and Hernandez r an 1-2 in MVP voting; Sutcliffe and Gooden the same for the Cy Young; Jim Frey and Johnson for M anager of the Year. Chicago general manager Dallas Green assem- b led a veteran mix of newcomers from other winning organizations, in- cluding ex-Dodgers third baseman Ron Cey. “Everything was sort of patchwork,” Eckersley s aid. “It’s hard to do that. E specially now. In today’s day and age, you can’t do that.” The biggest score was Sutcliffe, who went 1 6-1with a 2.69 ERA in 20 starts for the Cubs after coming over in a June 13 trade that sent future World Series hero Joe Carter to Cleveland. N ew York more resembled the Mets and Cubs teams currently playing in the NL Champ ionship Series. Rebuilt on homegrown talent with a couple of playoff v eterans sprinkled in, the Mets were only beginning to ascend. Race Continued from Page 1D AP FILE PHOTO On Aug. 7, 1984, Cubs players charge the mound as home plate umpire Fred Brocklander tries to pull Mets pitcher Ed Lynch from the melee after a Cubs batter was hit by a pitch. MLB

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