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D4 SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1997 BASEBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL V BY THE NUMBERS Standings AHTlmttCDT By The Anodttod Pnn EutDMilon W L Pet. GB x-Baldmore 96 64 .600 — w-Now York 95 68 .590 1V4 Dotrolt 79 82 .491 17te Boston 78 83 .484 18% Toronto 75 86 .468 21% Central Dtvltlon W L Pet. QB x-Cleveland 86 73 .541 — Chicago 79 81 .494 7'A Milwaukee 78 81 .491 8 Kansas City • 67 93 .419 19V4 Minnesota 66 94 .413 20 V4 Wett Dlvlilon W L Pet QB x-Seattle 90 71 .559 — Anaheim 83 77 .519 6VS Texas 76 84 .475 13'A Oakland 84 97 .398 26 x-dlnched division title w-cflnched wild card Friday's Oanwi Cleveland 7, Minnesota 2 Toronto 3, Boston 0 N.Y. Yankees 8, Detroit 2 Chicago White Sox 7. Kansas City 2 Milwaukee 4, Baltimore 2 Texas 8, Anaheim 4 Oakland 6, Seattle 5 Saturday's Garnet Cleveland 10, Minnesota 6, 1st game Toronto 12, Boston 5 N.Y. Yankees 8, Detroit 1 Seattle 9, Oakland 3 Kansas City 10, Chicago While Sox 4 Minnesota at Cleveland', 2nd game (n) Baltimore at Milwaukee, (n) Texas at Anaheim, (n) Sundiy't Garmt Minnesota (Tewksbury 7-13) at Cleveland (Nagy 15-10), 12:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Irabu 4-4) at Detroit (Keagle 34), 12:05 p.m. Boston (Checo 1-1) at Toronto (Clemens 21 7), 12:05 p.m. Kansas City (Plttsley 54) al Chicago While Sox (Eyre 3-4), 1:05 p.m. Baltimore (Key 16-10) at Milwaukee (Karl 1013). 1:05 p.m. Texas (Burkett 8-12) at Anaheim (Watson 1211), 3:05 p.m. Oakland (Telgheder 4-6) at Seattle (Cloude 4-2), 3:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE E«lt Dlvlilon W L Pet. QB x-Atlanta 101 60 .627 — w-Florlda 92 69 .571 9 New York 87 74 .540 14 'Montreal 78 83 .484 23 Philadelphia 67 94 .416 34 Central Dlvlilon W L Pet. QB X-HouSton 84 77 .522 — .Pittsburgh 78 83 .484 6 Cincinnati 75 86 .466 9 I St. Louis 72 89 .447 12 Chicago 68 93 .422 16 Weil Dlvlilon ; W L Pet. QB x-San Francisco 90 71 .559 — Los Angeles 88 73 .547 2 Colorado 82 79 .509 8 ' San Diego 75 86 .466 15 w-cllnched wildcard x-cllnched division title Frlday'i Gamei Philadelphia 5, Florida 3 . Cincinnati 7, Montreal 1 Houston 2, Pittsburgh 0 Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 2 . Atlanta 7, N.Y. Mets 6,1 1 1nnings Los Angeles 1 0, Colorado 4 San Frandsco17,SanDlego4 Saturday's Gimm SI. Louis 12, Chicago Cubs 4 N.Y. Mets 2, Atlanta 1 Los Angeles 6, Colorado 1 San Francisco 6, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 8, Florida 7 Montreal 8, Cincinnati 5 Houston 8, Pittsburgh 1 Sunday'i Garnet . Cincinnati (Remllnger 7-8) at Montreal (Hermanson 8-7), 12:35 p.m. Florida (Saunders 4-6) at Philadelphia (Beech 4-9). 12:35 p.m. Atlanta (Neagle 20-4) at N.Y. Mets (Acevedo 2-1), 12:40 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 8-12) at St. Louis (Aybar 2-4), 1:15 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cordova 11-6) at Houston (Lima 1-6), 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Park 14-8) at Colorado (Thorn-' son 7-9), 2:05 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 9-11) at San Francisco (Rueler 13-6), 3:05 p.m. End Regular Season American League YANKEES 6, TIGERS 1 NEW YORK DETROIT abrhbl ibrhW Raines II 4010 BLHntid 4000 Pose It 1000 Hggnsnlf 4010 BoggsSb 4121 Frymn3b 4010 Fox3o t 0 00 ToClrklb 4010 O'Neill rt 3021 Easley2b 4010 .Curtis tl 1100 Tramlldh 3000 BsWmscf 5111 Hmellnph 1000 TMrtnztb 2000 Hurstrl 3121 Slanleylb 1100 Wlbeckc 3000 Fielder dti 3113 DCruzss 3000 Jeter ss 4020 Bush 2b 0000 Girardie 3110 Posadac 1010 Snchez2b 3000 Totals H8116Totili 33161 NewYorfc 000 020 040—6 ' Detroit ooo 000 100—1 DP-Oetioit 1 . LOB-New York 8, Detroit 6. 2B— Raines (19), Qlrardl (23), Hurst (1 ). 3B— Boggs (1), BeWllllams (6). HH— Fielder (13), Hurst (1). SB-Easley (28). S-Sanchez. P H RER BB SO New York Wells W.1 6-10 7 51113 Lloyd 1 00001 Mendoza 1 10001 Detroit MoehlerL,11-12 62-37 2 2 2 2 MMyers 1-300000 Qaillard 0 12210 Duran 0 01110 Brocall 1 31101 Jarvls 1 00000 Galllard pitched lo 2 batters In the 6th, Duran pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpires— Home, Meriwether; First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Craft. T— 2:56. A— 33,712 (46,945). BLUE JAYS 12, RED SOX 5 BOSTON TORONTO •brhU «brhW Grcprrss 4231 Stewart cl 8233 Frye2b 5232 SnQrenrt 3122 MVghnlb 4011 Carter dh 4000 Jtlrsondh 4020 CDkjdotb 3210 Crderolf 4011 Samuel 3d 3112 O'Lryrf 4000 AGnztzss 3120 Htlbergc 3100 BSnlgoc 4222 BnjmlnSb 4000 RiBtlrrl 5332 Bragg d 4000 TPerezSb 4011 Totals 36 5 10 5 Totals 35 12 15 12 Boston 230 000 000— 5 Toronto 221 000 43x— 12 E— Cordero (2), Hatteberg (11), Bragg (5), SnQreen (3), CDelgado (12), TPerez (3). DP— Toronto 3. LOB— Boston 6, Toronto 10. 2B— Garclaparra (43), MVaugho (23), Jellerson (33), BSantlago (10), RIBuller (1). 3B- SnGreen (4), Samuel (3). HR-Garclaparra (30). SB— SnGteen (14). CS-S(ewart (2). S— AGonzalez. SF— SnGreen, BSanllago. IP H RER BB SO Boston Sale 11-344211 Wakelield 22-3 1 1 1 1 2 Was* 1 20002 Brandenburg 1 00030 CorslL.5-3 1 54401 Suppan 1 33300 •"Toronto Henlgen 6 8-5414 &nzenW,2-1 2 10011 QuanM 1 10001 •HBP— by Suppan (Samuel), by Wakelield (Samuel), by Sale (AGonzalez). WP— Corsl. YTHE PURSUIT OF ROGER MARIS •. Umpires— Home, TschMa; First. Denklnger; Second, Shuto* Third, Read. ' T— 2:5«. A— 37,401 (51 ,000). '"' MARINERS », ATHLETICS 3 OAKLAND SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbj JUcDWd 5110 Cor»2b 2000 Mgdandh 4000 Gates* 3000 grieverl 311 Q RKeUylf 5332 Qlambilb 4022 Grryjrd 5232 etaiis If 4120 Ducey rf 0000 &wz!o2b 4020 Buhner rf 2100 Wayne c 3010 TMeycf 0000 Usher ph 1011 ARdrgz dh 5122 4000 Snento Ib 5122 Brtto3b 4000 DaWtsnc 3010 Br*ers3b 3011 Sheetsss 4110 Totals 36 310 3 Totals 37 913 9 Oakland 200 000 001—3 9ee«e 410 211 OOx-S E—Brfto (5). DP—Seattle 1. LOB—Oakland 7, Seattle 10. 2B—Giambi (41), Lesher (3), RKelly (26). HR—RKeHy (12), Griffey Jr (56), Sorrento (31), SB—Sheets (2). SF—Blowers. IP H RER BB SO Oakland RigbyL.1-7 31-3 6 7 7 2 1 Lorraine 1-30000 1 Ludwtek 11-31 1 1 1 2 Mohler 1-321100 CReyes 22-3 2 0 0 2 1 Seattle Olrvares 4 52212 RaJhsnW.20-4 2 20003 Timlin 1 00000 Spoljatte 1 31101 Ayala 1 00001 Spotjaric pitched lo 3 batters In the 9th. Umpires—Home, Merrill; First, Phillips; Second, Roe; Third, Scotl. T—2:46. A—50.443 (59,084). INDIANS 10, TWINS 6 First game MINNESOTA CLEVELAND abrhbl sbrhbl Brede rf 5000 Roberts If 5340 Hckingss 5011 Vlzquelss 5121 Lawlon If 5121 Rmlrez rf 4134 CoomerSb 5220 MaWm3b 5120 DOrtlzfb 5122 Justice dh 5021 MCdva dh 5020 TFmdz 2b 4110 TWalkr2b 4142 Thome Ib 2100 Stnbchc 3110 Brdersc 4111 Latham d 4000 Grssomcf 4111 Total! 41 614 6 Totals M1016 8 Mlnmsola 002 001 021— 6 Clevelsnd 000 216 Ofx-10 E—Latham (1). DP-Mrnnesota 2. LOB— Mlnnesota 9, Cleveland 7. 2B—Lawlon (28), Coomer 2 (29), TWalker (7), Roberts (20), Ramirez 2 (40), MaWilllams (32). HR— Ramirez (26). SB—Stelnbach (6), Roberts (18). SF—Ramirez. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota TraMlllerL.1-5 51-3 9 5 5 1 3 Trombley 0 54300 Naully 12-30 0 0 1 1 Robertson 1 21100 Cleveland JrWrlghl 3 42206 Colon W.4-7 3 41106 Plunk 1 00001 Assenmacher 1 42211 MJackson 1 21102 Trombley pitched lo 6 batters In the 6lh, WP—Trombley. PB-Slelnbach. Umpires-Home, Welke; First, O'Nora; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T—3:08. A—42,854 (43,863). TWINS 6, INDIANS 4 10 Innings Second game MINNESOTA CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl Knblchdh 4111 Avenrf 4022 Lawlonrf 5222 Justice rt 1112 MCdva If 5020 EWilsn ss 4020 Brede rf 0100 Thome Ib 1000 DOrtiz Ib 5000 TFmdz 2b 3010 Coomer 3b 3001 Roberts If 2000 TWalkr2b 5031 Manlolt 5020 Vlrilinec 5120 Sexsonlb 4000 Becker d 4110 Brdersc 1000 Hckingss 2010 Giles d 3120 Casey dh 3000 Dlazc 3000 Vlzquelss 1000 BmsonSb 3220 Totals 38 612 5 Totals 384124 Minnesota 001 012 000 2-6 Cleveland 000 020 002 0-4 E—Giles (6). DP—Minnesota 2. LOB—Minnesota 6, Cleveland 7. 2B—MCordova (17), Aven (t), Branson (4). 38—Becker (3), Giles (3). HR-Lawlon (14), Justice (33). SB- Knoblauch (60), TWalker 2 (7), Becker (17), Giles (13). CS—Hocking (5), Aven (1), Branson (2). S-Hocking. SF—Coomer. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Serafinl 5 72224 Swindell 3 3 0 0 0 4 AguileraW.W 2 22201 Cleveland Juden 6 e 4426 Jacome 2 10010 ALopezL.3-7 1 42202 Woman 1 1001V ALopez pitched to 2 batters In the 10th. HBP-by Swindell (Casey). Umpires—Home, Kaiser; Rrst, Brinkman; Second, O'Nora; Third, Welke. T—3:25. A—«2,867 (43,863). National League DODGERS 6, ROCKIES 1 LOS ANGELES COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl Nixon d 4012 Weiss ss 3000 EcYngZb 4111 Burks d 4011 Plazzac 5020 HeltonII 4010 Hallp 0000 Glrrgalb 3010 Karros 1b 4000 Bchetterf 3000 Mndeslrf 4011 CasflllaSb 4020 ZeileSb 3100 NPerez2b 4000 DLewlsll 3000 Mnwmc 2110 Hlndswlf 1111 Bales ph 1000 Gagness 4210 Lskanicp 0000 RMrtnzp 1000 Dlpotop 0000 DrtfOftp 0000 VnWalph 1010 Anlhnyph 1111 FCstlltop 2000 Phncec 0000 JeReedc 2000 Totals 34 6 8 6 Totals 33 1 7 1 Los Angeles 110 000 103—6 Colorado 000 010 000—1. E—Gagne (16), Bichette (3), Castllla-(21). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Colorado 8.2B—Mondesi (42), Hollandsworth (20), Gagne (20), Anthony (3): SB-NPerez (4). S—RMartnez 2. SF—Nixon. IP H RER BB SO LoeAngelee RMrtnzW,10-5 72-3 5 1 1 2 6 Drelfort 1-300000 Hall 1 20000 Colorado FCastillo L.1M2 7 53216 Leskanic .1 00001. Dlpoto .1 33100 HBP—by RMartlnez (Galarraga), by FCaslii- lo (Zelle). Umpires—Home, Williams, C.; First, Froemming; Second, Rlppley; Third, Hlrschbeck, M.. T—2:47. A—48,126 (60,200). PHILLIES a, MARLINS 7 FLORIDA PHILA abrhbl abrbbl DWhited 2100 MCmgscf 3011 Cngtosid 1000 SeMkph 0000 Rnleriaes 2100 Sprdllnp 0000 Mriasss 2100 McMIInU 4011 Shtlleld d 4000 KJordn 2b 5110 Wehnerrl 1100 Rolen3b 5233 BonillaSb 4024 Estlellac 3110 Booty3tj 1010 Rbrtsnlb 4120 Daullon Ib 4212 Barren if 4030 Poivellp 0000 Rlafordss 3211 Vsbergp 0000 TGreenp 3112 Mrman ph t 0 0 0 Karp p 0000 Slnfrp 0000 Amarocf 1000 Akuilf 3031 Zaun c 1000 CJhnsnc 3000 Cookp 0000 Conine tb 1000 CuriseBZb 3000 LHmdz p 1110 Esnrichph 0000 KMUIerp 0000 Floyd If 2000 Totals 36787 Totals 358148 Florida 102 001 300—7 Philadelphia 000 420 011-8 One out when winning run scored. E—Relaford (1), Karp (1). DP—Florida 3, Philadelphia I.LOB-Florida 7, Philadelphia 7;. 2B—Bonllla (39), MCummings (22), Robertson (2), TGreen (3). SB-Relaford (2). HR- Daulion (14), Rolen 2 (21). SB—Renleria (32), MCummings (2). SF—McMlllon, IP H RER BB SO Florida LHernandez 3 20010 KMIIIer 2 86622 Cook 1 00000 Powell 1 20000 Vosberg 1 11110 SlanilerL,t-2 1-311100 Philadelphia TGreen 6 64338 Karp 213002 Spradlin W.4-8 1 10002 HBP—by Karp (Counsell). by Karp (DWhile). WP—TQreen 2, Karp. Umpires-Home, Bu<*w; Flrsl, Halite Second, Montague; Third, Bell. T-3:02.A-17,664 (62,363). METS 2, BRAVES 1 ATLANTA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Lofton cl 3000 Everett cl 31)00 AJonescf 1001 Altonzo3b 3000 lckM2b 3000 Oerudlb 2001 Mrdcal2b 1000 Qilkeylt 4010 ChJnes 3b 3000 Huskey rf 4000 GmdaS) 1010 LLopez2b 3100 Cfcmn Ib 4020 ACstJtlo c 4011 KKrtkolt 3000 ROrdnzss 1010 EddPrzc 1000 Mndozaph 0100 JLopez c 3010 Hnftke 2b 0000 Gather p 0000 RReedp 2000 Tuckerrl 3110 MFrcoph 1010 Blllard ss 2000 Gilbert pr 0000 Smoltz p 2000 Crwfrd p 0000 Oregg H 0000 Whlers p 0000 Totals 30 1 5 1 Totals 27 2 4 2 Atlanta 000 000 010-1 New York - 000 000 011—2 One out when winning run scored. E—Huskey (15). DP—New York 2. LOB— Atlanta 4, New York 7. 2B—Colbrunn (3), ACastlllo (t). 3B—JLopez (1). SB—LLopez (2), ROrdonez (11). S—Belllard, Everett. SF— Olerud. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz 6 20028 Cather 100000 Wohlers 1,5-7 11-32 2 2 3 0 New York RReed 8 41016 Crawford W.4-3 1 10000 Umpires—Home, Davis; Flrsl, Hohn; Second, Tala; Third, Rapuano. T—2:30. A—31,472 (55,775). CARDINALS 12, CUBS 4 CHICAGO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl Uhnsnd 5010 DeShk)2b 4323 Sn*rg2b 2100 BrMngr2b 0000 Cairo2b 1000 McGeerl 5244 MaGrctb 4111 ScGrend 0100 Sosatf 4000 McGwrlb 2224 DHnsn3b 2010 Lnkfrdcf 5000 Batista p 0000 Shatferrf 0000 Kschne ph 1000 DYng fl 5011 TAdmsp 0000 DaBell3b 5000 Motel p 0000 Dilelfcoc 4010 Glnvillerl 1000 Ordazss 3210 DCIark ph 1012 Morris p 3210 Fosler p 0000 JHmdz3b 2000 Huston c 4000 Alxndrss 4120 RMyrsp 0000 DStvns p 0000 Jnnlngslf 4111 Totals 35 4 7 4 Totals 36121212 Chicago 004 000 000- 4 SI Louis 130 300 05«—12 E—DaBell (8). LOB—Chicago 6, SI. Louis 6. 2B—Uohnson (16), Alexander (12), Jennings (1), McGee (19). 3B—OHansen (2), DeShlelds (14). HR-McGwIre 2 (23). SB—DeShlelds (55), McGee 2 (7), McGwire (2), Ordaz 2 (3). S-Morris. IP H RER BB SO Chicago RMyers 11-35 4 4 3 1 DStevens 2-300002 Fosler L.10-7 2 23312 Batista 3 10014 TAdams 0 34400 Morel '1 11102 St. Louis Morris W.12-9 9 74425 TAdams pitched lo 4 batters In the 8th. Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Davidson; Second, Pulli; Third, Bonln. T—2:44. A—43,142(49,676). GIANTS 6, PADRES 1 SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO abrfibl abrhbl QVerasSb 3'0 0 0 Javier d 5000 SFInleyd 3020 Aurlllass 3000 CminitiSb 4000 Vzcalnoss 2000 GVghnlf 3000 Bondstl 2110 RRIvrarf 3000 Kent2b '3010 Joynerlb 3000 MLewisSb 3220 Shipley ss 3110 Mueller 3t 0100 Rhertyc , 3000 GHillrf 1111 Htchckp 2000 DHmtnd 1111 TiWorllp 0000 Snowtb 4012 HMrryp 0000 BJhnsnc 3001 Mrihartp 0000 RHmdzp 0000 MkSwyph 1011 Beckp 0000 Kraon p 0000 Alvarez p 3000 Brryhllc 1000 Totals 26 1 4 1 Totals 31 6 7 5 San Diego 000 000 010—1 San Francisco 000 102 30>-6 E—Shipley (6). DP—San Francisco 2. LOB—San Diego 3, San Francisco 8. 2B— Bonds (26), MLewis (14), Snow (36). SB- RRIvera (1), Bonds (36), GHIII (6), DHamlllon (15). CS—QVeras (12), SRnley (3). SF— BJohnson. ' IP H RER BB SO San Diego HtchckL.10-11 5 53235 TtWorrell 12-3 0 2 2 2 0 HMurray 0 21100 Menhart 1-300000 Kroon 1 00001 San Francisco Alvarez W,4-3 7 20039 RHemandez 1 21100 Beck 1 00002 Hitchcock pitched to 2 batters in Ihe 6th, HMurray pitched to 2 batters In the 7th. HBP—by TtWorrell (GHill).- Umpires—Home, Ponclno; First, Kellogg; Second, Wendelstedt; Third, Marsh. T-3:07. A—46,179 (62,000). ASTROS 8, PIRATES 1 PITTSBURQH HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Nunez2b 5000 Blggk>2b 2000 Alnswrtd 4120 Rujhsn2b 3110 ABrwnrf 3000 Carrcf 5121 MSmlth 1b 3011 Bgwell 1b 2111 FGrcla3b 4000 Spiers 1b 3221 Kendall c 3020 Berry 3b 3112 JJhnsn p 0000 Abreu If 3112 Sveum ph 1010 JMouln rl 4010 Peters p 0000 Pena c 2000 EBranlf 4010 THwrdph 1000 Cdllerss 4010 Mgrmtep .0000 Schmdtp 2000 LGnzlzph 1011 Dssensp 0000 RSprgrp 0000 Oslkc 2000 TMrtnp 0000 Glerrezss 1110 LRverass 2000 Rynktsp 1000 Knorrc 2010 Totals 35 1 6 1 Totals 356128 Pittsburgh 100 000 000—1 Houston , 0«3 030 20x-8 E—EBrown (3). LOB-Pittsburgh 9, Houston 8.2B—Allensworth (18), MSmlth (13), Bagwell (40), Spiers (27), Abreu (10). 3B—Spiers (4). S—Reynolds. SF—Berry. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Schmidt L.10-9 41-3 7 6 6 1 4 Dessens 2-30 0 '0 0 0 JJohnson 2 32210 Peters 1 20000 Houston Reynolds W.9-105 61105 Magnanle 2 10012 RSpringer 1 10011 TMartin 1 00002 HBP—by Schmidt (Gutierrez). WP— Schmidt. PB-Kendall. Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Winters; Second, Gorman; Third, West. T—2:45. A—36,170 (54,370). Late boxscores FRIDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE BREWERS 4, ORIOLES 2 BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE abrhbl sbrhbl ByAdsnd 5020 VmaSb 4130 RAImr2b 2000 Loretlalb 4111 Ldsma3b 1111 CirilloSb 3120 RPmrotb 2000 JuFrcodh 3000 Hmnds rf 2000 Bumte rl 4112 Balnes dh 2121 Orjksn d 4011 Berroa dh 1000 Nllsson If 2000 Surhofflf 1000 GeWmscf 2010 Trasoo If 1010 JsValln ss 2000 CHipknSb 2000 Stlnneltc 3010 Aboulel3b 2000 Walton rf 4000 Hoitesc 2000 Wbsterc 1000 Bordlckss 4000 Totals 32 2 6 2 Totals 31 410 4 Baltimore DM 100 100-2 Milwaukee 301 000 00>-4 DP—Baltimore 1. LOB-Baltmore 8, Milwaukee 6.2B—ByAnderson (36), Tarasco (8), Vina (12), DrJackson (8), Stinnett (4). 3B- Vina (2). HR—Ledesma (2), Baines (16), Bur- nltz (25). SB-Glrillo (4), JuFranco (14), GeWII- liams 2 (23). CS—Vina (7), JsValenUn (8). IP H HER BB SO Baltimore KrlvdaL.4-2 6 84412 Rhode' 2 20003 TeMaJhews 1 00021 Milwaukee HamlschW.1-1 6 41152 Afleyes 2 11102 Wickman 1 10001 DoJonesS.36 1 00000 Harnisch pitched lo 2 batters In Ihe 6th. Umpires—Home. Garcia; First. Ford; Second, Everttt; Third. Young. T—3:02. A—16.834(53,192). TEXAS RANGERS «, ANQELS 4 abrhbl tbrhbl TGrtwincf 4130 OPmroct 3100 IRdrgzc 5101 Alk»a2b 1 1 0 Greet H 4110 GAndsnlf 0 1 2 JuGnlzdh 4221 Salmon rl 000 LStvrts 1b 4114 Hollins 1b 110 DCdeno ?b 5000 Howell dh 000 FTaHsSb 5121 EnhomSb 0 1 0 Dtazrf 4121 Kreuterc t 1 2 BRIpkn ss 3010 DiScm ss 020 Total! 3» 812 t Total! 32 4 7 4 Texai 000 100 700-8 Anaheim 000 022 000—4 E—Eenhoom (2). DP—Texas 1. LOB- Texas 8, Anaheim 6.28—Greet (41), BRIpken (6), GAnderson (34). HR-JuGonzalez (42). LSIevens (21), FTalls (8), Diaz (2), Kreuler (5). SB—TGoodwIn (50). CS—TGoodwin (16). Diaz (1). S—Alices, IP H RER BB SO Texll Helling W.3-3 6 54436 Bailes 1 10000 Patterson 2 10001 Anaheim DSpringer 61-3 7 3 3 2 0 HoHzL.3-4 0 35510 PHarris 12-32 0.0 0 2 Perisho 1 00010 Hottz pitched lo 5 batters In Ihe 7lh. HBP-by Perisho (LStevens). by Helling (Al- Icea). Umpires—Home, Joyce; First, McKean; Second, Hirechbeck; Third, Hendry. T—2:45. A—17,161 (33,851). ATHLETICS 8, MARINERS S OAKLAND SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbl JMcDkJd 4120 CoraJb 2000 Brlto3b 4000 Gates2b 3010 Grleverf 3111 Ducey If 30 0.0 Lesherll 4120 Rhrmrtb 1 i 0 0 EnYngcf 0000 RDavls3b 1100 Giambi 1b 5112 BrwSrsSb 1000 Slalrsdh 4011 Srrenlolb 2110 SpleztoJb 4221 Amarallb 1010 Mayne c 4110 Ibanez rt 4123 BatJstass 4121 RWIknsdh 3112 Tinsleycl 4000 Mrzanoc 4010 Steels ss 3000 Gevara ss 1000 Total! 36 812 6 Total! 33 5 7 5 Oakland 014 030 000-8 Seattle 013 000 010-5 E-Batlsta (8), Gates (5). DP—Oakland 1, Seattle 2. LOB—Oakland 6, Seattle 6. 2B— JMcDonald (11), Giambi (40), Batista 2 (10). HR—Splezlo (14), Ibanez (t), RWIIklns (t). SB-^JMcDonald (13), Stairs (3). CS-^JMc- Donald (7). S-BrHo. SF—RWllklns. IP H RER BB SO Oakland OqulstW,4-6 7 444-39 Groom 0 01110 Taylor 1 20001 TJMalhews S,3 1 10002 Seattle Mover L.17-5 3 75512 BWells 2 5 3 1 1 .2 Charllon 1 00011 Spoljaric 1 00001 Ayala 1 00010 Slocumb 1 00000 Groom ptehed to 1 batter In the 8th. Umpires—Home, Scott; First, Merrill; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. T—3:03. A-55,560 (59,084). FRIDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DODGERS 10, ROCKIES 4 LOS ANGELES COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl Nixon d 5120 NPerez ss 5100 EcYng2b' -5331 Burks d 4101 Plazzac 5223 LWalkrrf 3111 Karros Ib 4113 Helton II 1000 Mndeslrf 5232 Beckett p 0000 Zelle3b 3000 Glrrgalb 4011 DLewls If 3020 Bdiette If 4010 Hlndswlf 1000 Castllla3b 4011 Knerkoph '1000 JeReedc 2000 Ingram If 0000 Plliam ph 1000 Gagne ss 4111 Mnwtn c 0000 IValdesp 4010 Bales2b 4010 Rdnskyp 1000 JmWgtp 1000 VnWalph 1010 Holmes p 0000 McCrryp 0000 McCknd 2110 Total! 41101510 Total! 36 4 7 4 LoiAng«lei 400 012 120—10 Colorado 000 100 030— 4 E—Karros (11), Zelle (26), Hollandsworth (3), Gagne (15). DP—Los Angeles 1, Colorado 1. LOB-Los Angeles 6, Colorado 6. 2B—Nixon (6), DLewls (3). HR—EcYoung (8), Piazza (38), Karros (31), Mondesi 2 (30), Gagne (9), LWalker (49). SB—Galarraga (15). IP H RER BB SO Lot Angeles IValdesW,10-11 72-3 74113 Radinsky 11-30 0 0 0 0 Colorado JmWrlght L.8-12 5 105531 Holmes 2 33313 McCurry 1 22202 Beckett 1 00001 Umpires—Home, Hlrschbeck, M.; First,' Williams, C.; Second, Froemmlng; Third, Rippley. T—2:39. A—48.018(50,200). GIANTS 17, PADRES 4 SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl ibrhbl QVeras 2b 3101 DHmtncf 3431 Brgmnp 0000 Powell d 1011 Kroon p 0000 Mueller 3b 5010 Shipley ph 1000 DHenryp 0000 SFInleyd 3000 Beckp 0000 MkSwyrf 1110 Bonds If 3212 Gwynnrf 3001 Benardlf 1000 CrJnesrf 1010 Kenl2b 5234 CmlnltlSb 3010 MLewis2b 1000 GArlas'3b 1100 Snowlb 5221 GVghnlf 2000 Javier rf 3320 Bamonlf 1011 JaCruzrl 0000 Joynerlb 3000 Vzcalnoss 4133 Leelb 1 0 00 Aurillass 1000 CHmdzc 3110 BJhnsnc 3111 V1andla2b 1000 Brryhllc 1000 Gomezes 4000 Bites p 3100 PSmittip 1000 GHBIpli '1110 HMrryp 0 Q Q 0 WDWo2b 0000 RHIvraph 1010 Cnnanep 0 0 0 0 Bruske p Q 0 0 0 Erdos p 0 00 Q " Rmero c 1000 : ToUto 344 6 3 ToUli 40171113 San Dltgo 100 010 020-4 San Frinclaco 302 112 10«—17 E-CarrM 2 (24), CHemandez (3), Kent (17), MLewis (14). DP—San Diego 3. LOB— San Diego 6, San Francisco 9. 2B—RRivera (1), Kent (38), Snow (35), Vizcaino (19), BJohn- son (7), GHIII (28). HR-Bonds (40), Kent (29). SB—Javier (25). S—Eslos. IP H RER BB SO San Diego PSmlthL,7-6 3 86640 HMurray 1 00010 Cunnane 0 1 3 3 1' 0 Bruske 2-33401 0 Erdos 11-34 3 2 1 1 Beigman 1 21100 Kroon 1 00002 San Francisco EslesW,19-5 7 32135 DHeniy 1 32101 Beck 1 0 0 0 '0 0 PSmlth pitched to 2 baiters In Ihe 4th, Cunnane pitched lo 3 barters In the 6th. HBP—by Cunnane (BJohnson). WP— Bruske, Erdos, DHanry. PB—BJohnson. Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Ponclno; Second, Kellogg; Third, Wendetsledl. T-3:13.A-40.491 (62,000). Baseball today Sunday, Sept. 28 SCOREBOARD Atlanta at New York (12:40 p.m. CDT). Denny Neagle (204) tunes up for Ihe playoffs on Ihe final day of Ihe regular season. STARS Friday • Barry Bonds, Giants, hit Ills 40lh home run and reached the 100-RBIs mark In a 17-4 romp over San Diego. San Francisco clinched al least a lie lor the NL West title. • Mike Piazza, Dodgers, hit Ihe longest home run In Coors Field history, a 496-fooler in a 104 win over Colorado. • Larry Walker. Rockies, hit his 49th home run In a 10-4 loss lo the Dodgers. • Andy Petlitle and four Yankees relievers combined on a one-hitter in an 8-2 win over the Detroit Tigers. • Sandy Alomar, Indians, homered twice to lead Cleveland to a 7-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. • Ron Karkovice, starting his last game for Ihe White Sox, homered and drove in three runs that led Chicago past the Kansas City Royals 7-2. a T McGwire, Griffey go deep McGwire concedes chase despite 1 hitting 2 more homers Saturday By The Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Although he's as close as he's ever been to Roger Maris, Mark McGwire knows the chase is over. McGwire hit his 56th and 57th home runs in the St. Louis Cardinals' 12-4 win over the Chicago Cubs Saturday, the most homers hit in one season since Maris set the record with 61 in 1961. Needing four to tie Maris on Sunday, McGwire will face Cubs starter Steve Trachsel, who has given up an NL-high 31 homers this year. Only 10 players have homered four times in a game since 1900. "There's nothing to shoot for — what's there to shoot for?" McG- wire said. "If I get a hit I get a hit. That's the way it goes." T KANSAS CITY ROYALS KG beats team from Chicago By The Associated Press . CHICAGO — Jeff King hit a grand slam to cap a six-run sixth inning as the Kansas City Royals beat a Chicago team for the first time in 14 games this season, topping the White Sox 10-4 Saturday night. Kansas City had been 0-10 against the White Sox and was swept in a three-game interleague series by the Cubs. - . Jaime Navarro (9-14) allowed five runs and nine hits in five-plus innings. The White Sox began the year with big expectations for Navarro, who left the Cubs after last season to sign a $20 million, four- year contract with the White Sox. Ricky Bones (4-7) allowed three runs and eight hits in six innings. With the score 3-all in the first, Navarro walked Shane Halter, Mike Sweeney singled and Jose Offerman hit an RBI double off Jeff Darwin. Darwin then walked Roderick Myers and Jay Bell, forcing in a run, and King hit his 27th homer for a 9-3 lead. McGwire's two homers kept him one ahead of Seattle's Ken Griffey Jr. for the major league lead. Griffey hit his 56th against Oakland on Saturday. Only four players have ever hit more home runs in a season than McGwire. Maris, Babe Ruth twice (60 in 1927, 59 in 1921), Hank Greenberg (58 in 1938) and Jimmie Foxx (58 in 1932). McGwire hit a 1-0 pitch in the fourth off Kevin Foster (10-7), a line drive that slammed off a concrete facade beyond the left-field fence. In the eighth, he fell behind Ramon Morel 0-2, worked the count to 2-2, and hit a 405-foot homer well beyond the fence in left. "Effortless," was how McGwire described the home run swings. "I always say it is like a Tiger Woods drive." Griffey bashes No. 56 SEATTLE — Ken Griffey Jr., coming back from a night off, hit his 56th home run in Seattle's 9"-3 victory over Oakland. Griffey, returning to center field for the first time since the Mariners clinched the AL West, on Tuesday, hit a solo shot ofTBrad Rigby (1-7) in the second ining for . a 5-2 lead. The crowd of 50,443 chanted "MVP, MVP" when Griffey canw up to bat in the sixth and booed Mike Moehler loudly when he went 3-0 in the count before Griffey hit an RBI single. . Griffey increased his major league-leading RBIs total to 147. , Randy Johnson came out of, ftie bullpen to become Seattle's .first 20-game winnerfor the first time, • The fans gave Johnson (20'4) a standing ovation when he,.replaced Omar Olivares at the star,t of the fifth inning with.the Mariners in front 7-2. 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