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1 m w mm' m w w m w m 9 V m f w 3a 0 1 Navarro stars in clutch as Mets cool off Braves Last 10 I Horn Away Garnet Streak W L W I 7-3 Won 7 44 31 41 32 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i vrmtnTm II EroratliP I TWO UNKNOWN New York Mets' rookies put the hurt on the Atlanta Braves and Greg Maddux. The Braves, one out away from another victory, blew a two-run lead in the ninth inning yesterday EAST Last 10 I Home I Away DIVISION W L Pet. GB Garnet Streak W L W L Philadelphia 89 58 .605 4-6 Lost 1 48 27 41 31 Montreal 85 62 .578 4 9-1 Won2 51 22 34 40 St Louis 80 67 .544 9 6-4 Lost 2 45 31 35 36 Chicago 76 73 .510 14 7-3 Won 1 40 37 36 36 Pittsburgh 69 78 .469 20 6-4 Won 5 35 36 34 42 Florida 61 87 .412 28Vz 3-7 Lost 1 33 38 28 49 New York 50 98 .338 39 '4 3-7 Won! 24 50 26 48 WEST Last 10 1 Home I Away DIVISION W L Pet. GB Garnet Streak W L W L Atlanta 95 54 .638 - 8-2 Lost 1 46 28 49 26 San Francisco 91 56 .619 3 2-8 Won 2 45 30 46 26 Houston 77 70 .624 17 5-5 Won 1 42 33 35 37 Los Angeles 74 72 .507 19'z 4-6 Lost 1 38 33 36 39 Cincinnati 69 80 .463 26 1-9 Lost 8 39 34 30 46 Colorado 61 88 .409 34 8-2 Won 5 34 39 27 49 San Diego 57 91 .385 37'A 4-6 lost 3 32 44 25 47 EAST DIVISION II I Pit CB Toronto 85 63 .574 New York 83 67 .553 3 5-5 Won 2 48 27 35 40 Baltimore 80 67 .544 4v 5-5 lost 2 45 26 35 41 Boston 76 72 .514 9 5-5 lost 2 4 1 30 35 42 Detroit 76 72 .514 9 5-5 Won 1 42 35 34 37 Cleveland 70 79 .470 15Mt 4-6 lost 1 42 30 28 49 Milwaukee 63 85 .426 22 4-6 Won 2 37 39 26 46 WEST Last 10 I Home I Away DIVISION W I Pet. GB Garnet Streak W I W I Chicago 83 64 .565 5-5 lost 1 41 33 42 31 Texas 79 68 .537 4 7-3 lost 1 46 28 33 40 Kansas City 76 71 .517 7 4-6 Won 1 39 36 37 35 Seattle 75 72 .510 8 6-4 lost 1 43 30 32 42 California 66 80 .452 16' 4-6 Won 3 42 33 24 47 Minnesota 62 87 .416 22 2-8 lost 2 31 42 31 45 Oakland 60 87 .408 23 6-4 Won 1 34 39 2648 and lost 3-2 to the last-place Mets in the 10th on rookie Tito Navarro's first major league hit. The loss snapped Atlanta's four-game winning streak and trimmed the Braves' lead in the NL West to three games over the San Francisco Giants, who beat Cincinnati 6-1. Atlanta entered the , game having won 31 of its previous 37 games. "You're going to lose a few like that," Atlanta manager Bobby Cox said. Mike Stanton (4-6) retired the first two batters in the 10th before giving up a pinch-single to Dar-rin Jackson. Jeff McKnight followed with a single to right, Jackson holding at second. Steve Bedro- Friday' Games Florida 2 Montreal 8 Yesterday'! Games San Francisco 6 Chicago 6 .Cincinnati 1 Florida 5 Chicago 0 -Phil. 7. 12 inn. Cine. O .Minnesota 1 Cleveland 6 Boston 3 Yetterday't Garnet Toronto 5 Detroit 7 New York 4 Oakland 3 stop scoring Landrum with the tying run. CUBS 6, MARLINS 5: Sammy Sosa's run-scoring single in the seventh inning broke a tie as Chicago rallied for a Wrigley Field victory over Florida despite two homers by Orestes Destrade. Sosa slapped a liner to right field with two outs as the Cubs rallied from a 5-2 deficit. Vizcaino singled with one out and Rich Rodriguez relieved Richie Lewis (6-2), walking Mark Grace. One out later, Sosa put Chicago ahead to stay. Bill Brennan (1-1), called up on Sept. 10th from Triple-A Iowa, was the winner. GIANTS 6, REDS 1: San Francisco Giants stayed on the rebound as Todd Benzinger homered twice and John Burkett, winless for the last month, pitched six strong innings for a Candlestick Park victory over Cincinnati. The Giants have emerged from an eight-game losing streak that cost them first place in the NL West to Atlanta by winning their first two from the downtrodden Reds, losers of a season-high eight straight and 13 of 16. Benzinger, a former Red, drove in four runs while filling in once again for the injured Will Clark. Benzinger hit a solo homer in the third and a three-run homer in the fourth off Tim Pugh (8-15), his second two-homer game of the season. Moises Alou underwent successful surgery to repair damaged ligaments in the left ankle of the Montreal Expos' outfielder. Alou fractured a fibula and dislocated his left ankle in a grotesque base-running accident Thursday night in a 4-3 victory at St. Louis. sian then relieved and Navarro, 0-for-ll since being called up from the minors, hit a single to right scoring the go-ahead run. Frlday't Games Cleveland 3 New York 5 Toronto 4 Milwaukee 2 California 2 Kansas City 6 Chicago 8 Detroit 1 Boston 4 .Minnesota 2 -Baltimore 0 Texas 1 Seattle 3 Oakland 0 San Francisco 13- Atlanta 2 Pittsburgh 2 Houston 3 Colorado 12 New York 3 Atl. 2, 10 inn. Philadelphia at Montreal (n) Pittsburgh at St. Louis -(n) San Diego at Houston L(n) Los Angeles at Colorado (n) N.Y. 1, 10 inn. St. Louis 1 San Diego 0 .Los Angeles 3 .Chicago 2 (n) (n) (n) "That first hit was slow in coming, but I guess it Baltimore at Milwaukee. Kansas City at Seattle-Texas at California came at a good time," Navarro said. "Maybe the Giants will buy me a steak dinner. Today's Games and Probable pitchers Philadelphia (Jackson 12-10) at Montreal (Rueter 8-0). Jeff Innis (2-3) earned the victory with a Pittsburgh (Walk 12-13) at St Louis (Watson 6-5). Today's Garnet and Probable Pitchert Boston (Darwin 14-11) at New York (Tanana 0-0) Cleveland (Clark 5-4) at Detroit (Gullickson 12-8) Toronto (Guzman 12-3) at Minnesota (Trombley 5-4) Baltimore (Rhodes 4-4) at Milwaukee (Navarro 10-10)- scoreless ninth and rookie Mauro Gozzo picked up his first major league save. .1:30 p.m. .1:35 p.m. .2:05 p.m. .2:05 p.m. .4:05 p.m. San Francisco (Sanderson 3-2) at Cincinnati (Ayala 6-8). Florida (Hammond 10-1 1) at Chicago (Trachsel O-O) .1:35 p.m. .2:15 p.m. .2:15 p.m. .2:20 p.m. .2:35 p.m. .3:05 p.m. .8:05 p.m. Trailing 2-0, the Mets tied it in the ninth to cost San Diego (Ashby 2-9) at Houston (Kile 15-6). Chicago (Belcher 3-5) at Oakland (Karsay 2-3). Greg Maddux his 19th victory. Maddux struck out Los Angeles (R.Martinez 9-10) at Colorado (Reynoso 10-10). New York (Schourek 3-11) at Atlanta (Glavine 19-5) .4:05 p.m. .4:35 p.m. Texas (Rogers 15-9) at California (Magrane 3-1) Kansas City (Magnante 1-1) at Seattle (Hanson 10-12). Kent and Jeromy Burnitz before McKnight singled. Pinch-hitter Ced Landrum singled and Ryan METS 3, BRAVES 2 Tomorrow's Games BlUE JAYS 5, TWINS 1 Thompson walked to load the bases. Tomorrow's Garnet Milwaukee at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland. Texas at Seattle Greg McMichael relieved and Todd Hundley, Florida at Philadelphia 7:35 p.m. New York at Pittsburgh 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Cincinnati-7:35 p.m. St Louis at Chicago 8:05 p.m. San Francisco at Houston.8:05 p.m. -7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. .10:05 p.m. .10:05 p.m. .10:05 p.m. who had three hits off Maddux, followed with his fourth hit, an infield single scoring McKnight. Dave Gallagher then got an infield single to short- abrhM 5 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 100 30 2 1 3 0 0 0 40 10 3 0 0 0 1000 San Diego at Colorado 9:05 p.m. TORONTO RHendersonN Carole If White cf RAnmartt Carter rf Olerud lb Molitor dh TFermndeiss Spraguefe Borders c Totals MMNESOTA abrhM 3 111 Reboulet2b lOOOMcCortyrf 30 11 Puckettcf 4 0 10 Hrbek It) 4 110 Harper c 3 0 0 0 Hale dh 4 0 0 0 PMunoilf 4 1 lOKnobnuchph 4 2 2 1 Stahovk 4 011 Mearesss Hocking ph 34 5 I 4 Totals Kansas City at Oakland-Chicago at California Only games scheduled YANKEES 4, RED SOX 3 Only games scheduled I "iniiir -mini REMAINING GAMES 4010 30 10 1000 AL EAST 34 1 71 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE THROUGH FRIDAY 001 000 001 S Toronto Minnesota 001 000 000 WONLOST McDowell. Chi-Hentgen, Tor BATTING NewYork AB R H Bl BB SO AVG. Ry Thompson cl 5 0 2 0 1 2 .251 Hundley c 4 0 4 1 0 0 .229 Murray lb 2 0 0 0 0 1 .280 GaUogher lb 3 0 1 1 0 0 .279 Orsulaklf-rt 5 0 0 0 0 1 .203 CWolKer3b 4 0 1 0 1 0 .225 Kent 2b 5 0 0 0 0 2 .273 Bumitirf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .240 0-DrJocksonpMf 1 1 1 0 0 0 .181 McKnightss 5 1 2 0 0 1 .250 Jones 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 .063 Franco p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 a-Lanorumph 11 1 0 0 0 .235 Innlsp 0 0 0 0 0 0 e-Novarroph 1 0 1 1 0 0 .083 Gonop 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tolas 43 I 15 3 2 11 Atlanta AB R H Bl BB SO AVG. Nixon cf 3 0 0 0 2 0 .259 Bkuserss 4 11110 .306 Gontlt 5 1 1 0 0 1 .276 McGrifflb 5 0 2 1 0 2 .288 Justice rf 4 0 1 0 1 0 .263 PenaetonSb 4 0 1 0 0 0 .269 Berryhlllc 4 0 0 0 0 1 ,239 Lemketo 3 0 0 0 0 0 .254 b-OSandersph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .279 Bdtiord 0 0 0 0 0 0 .240 GUooouxp 3 0 0 0 0 0 .143 McMichaelp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 C-Breamph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .251 Stanton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bedroslanp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals 37 2 t 2 4 4 NewYork 000 000 002 13 15 2 Atlanta 002 000 000 0-2 6 1 E-Horper (IV PMunoi (2V Stahovlak (3V Erlckson (3). Key, NY- .477 .441 .434 .431 .409 Olerud. Tor Phillips, Det Henderson, Oak -Tor Thomas, Chi Molitor. Tor dp Minnesota 2. lob Toronto 5, Minnesota . 2B-6orders (27V Hrbek (10V SB-RHenderson 3 (51V White (33V PuckettlM. 21-9 18-8 17-5 17-7 17-8 16-6 16-14 15-8 15-9 15-12 TORONTO (14) HOME (6): Sept. 21, 22, 23. Boston: 24, 25, 26, New York. AWAY (8): Sept. 19. Minnesota; 27, 28, 29, Mil-, waukee; 30, Oct 1, 2, 3, Baltimore. NEW YORK (12) - HOME (6): Sept 19. Boston; 21, 22, Minnesota: Oct 1, 2, 3. Detroit AWAY (6): Sept 24, 25, 26, Toronto; 27, 28. 29, Baltimore. BALTIMORE (15) HOME (10): Sept 24, 25, 26, Detroit; 27. 28. 29. New York; 30, Oct 1. 2. 3, Toronto. AWAY (5): Sept 18, 19, Milwaukee: 20, 21, 22, Cleveland P H R ER BB SO Fernandez, Chi. Johnson, Sea Appier, KC Eldred. Mil Langston, Cal Rogers. Tex Finley, Cal 62-3 21-3 AB R H Pet. 505 99 187 .370 579 112 195 .337 526 107 170 .323 513 102 165 .322 549 105 176 .321 595 103 188 .316 479 69 151 .315 500 71 157 .314 517 103 161 .311 488 72 151 .309 Stewort W,10-0 Tlln V Minnesota Erlckson U-19. WlHls Boston AS R H N B6 SO AVG. Fletcher 5 1 2 0 0 1 J90 GreenweWf 5 0 1 0 0 1 JOS Mowing 3 1 2 0 0 0 J33 Cooper3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .275 MVoughnlb 3 1 2 2 2 0 J09 Deer 5 0 1 0 0 3 .209 QuMnarf 3 0 0 1 1 1 .25 vftNnpti 1 0 0 0 0 1 .17 Lyonscf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .151 Jnvaentma 4 0 0 0 0 2 M ZupdccM 4 0 1 0 0 1 .252 Panoc 4 0 2 0 0 1 .171 Tow 37 3 11 3 3 11 New York AS R H Bl BB SO AVG. BoggsJb 3 0 1 1 2 0 J05 2-Stankwapr 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 JamesH 4 0 0 0 1 0 4 WomogtyH) 5 0 1 2 0 0 .291 TrjrtabuloTt 4 0 2 0 0 2 .250 O'NeHlrf 4 1 1 1 0 1 .315 Name 4 0 1 0 0 0 .244 BWIMamscf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .272 GoHego2b 3 1 0 0 0 1 .299 Vekrdess 3 0 2 0 0 1 411 b-Stanlevph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .313 1-GWWomsor 0 1 0 0 0 0 .170 Total 35 4 10 4 3 6 Boston 201 000 000-3 11 0 NewYork 000 000 103-4 HI 2 12-3 S 1-3 0 Olerud, Tor 144 Molitr. Tor 146 Lofton. Cle 137 Thomas, Chi 143 RAIomr, Tor141 Baerga. Cle 147 ONeill, NY 135 LJhnsn. Chi135 Gorulz. Tex 134 Hamiltn, Mll124 HOME RUNS Gonzalez, Tex 119 112 110 107 105 105 HfJP-tY Stewart (PuckettV ALWEST Umpires Home, Ron First, Scott; Second, Phillips; i RUNS Palmeiro, Tex- Molitor. Tor White. Tor Lofton, Clev Alomar, Tor Phillips, Det HITS Molitor, Tor Baerga, Clev Olerud, Tor Alomar, Tor Lofton, Clev McRae, KC Third, Rellly. T-2:4t,A-2fc415. SAVES Montgomery, KC D. Ward, Tor Henke. Tex Hernandez, Chi Russell, Bos Eckersley, Oak Aguilera, Minn Olson, Bait 43 41 37 34 33 32 30 29 25 22 LATE FRIDAY WHITE SOX 8, ATHLETICS 0 195 188 187 176 170 170 CHICAGO (15) HOME (7): Sept 24. 25. 26, Texas; 27. 28. 29. 30. Seattle. AWAY (8): Sept 19, Oakland; 20, 21, 22. 23, California; Oct. 1, 2, 3, Cleveland. ' TEXAS (15) HOME (7): Sept 28 (2). 29. 10, Oakland: Oct 1. 2. 3, Kansas City. AWAY (8): Sept 18. 19, California; Sept 20. 21, 22. Seattle; 24, 25, 26. Chicago. , NL EAST Farr. NY Henneman, Det- 44 41 41 36 34 31 31 30 30 29 CHKAGO Griffey, Sea Thomas. Chi Palmeiro, Tex Belle, Clev Salmon, Cal Tettleton. Det Carter. Tor Tartabull, NY 2 tied o-sinoied for Franco In the 9th. b-grounded out for LemkelnthelOth. carounded out for McMichael m the 9th. singled tor Bumlti in the 10th. e-slngled tor mrris m the 10th. E-Kent (211 McKnight (10), GMoodux (7). LOB-New York 13, Atlanta 9. 2B-RyThompson (14). HR Blauser (15) off Jones. RBI-Hundley (50), Gollogher (25), Navarro (1), Blauser (62), Mc&rrff (89). SB McGriff (5). CS Gant H). S HunOHy. GOP Kent, McKnight. BASES ON BALLS Raines H Huff If Cora 2b Thomas lb INNINGS PITCHED Eldred, Mil McDowell, Chi Cone, KC Langston, Cal Finley, Cal Johnson, Sea Pasquolb OAKLAND abrhM abrbbi 4 0 11 KAbbott If 5 0 0 0 OOOOBordlckss 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 3 Sierra rt 4 0 0 0 3 0 00 Hetfandc 0 00 0 OOOODHenaersond 4010 4 000 NMdh 2010 5 1 2 1 Gatesft 3 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 Paouette3b 3 0 0 0 5 2 2 0 Broslus lb 4 0 10 3100Hemondc 3010 4 2 3 3 Lvdvrt 00 0 0 34112 1 Totals 30 0 4 0 -236.0 .231.2 -230.1 .2275 -227.1 -227.1 Ventura 3b 124 114 106 104 101 RUNS BATTED IN Phillips. Det Henderson. Oak -Tor- Thomas, Chi Olerud, Tor Tettleton, Det Runners left In scoring position New York 7 (Ry- GBeKdh Thompson, Orsuk 2, CWoiker 2, Kent 2),- Atlanta 3 Thomas, Chi (Pendleton, Berryhlll 2). Two outt whin winning run scored. vstruck out tor Qulntono h the 9th. b-slngM for Velarde m the 9m. Won tor Stanley h the 9th. Jton (or Boggs it the 9th. E James (5), Velarde (7). LOB-floston 12, New York 9. 2B-Tal0Dutl (31), Vekrde 2 (13). 38-Zupclc (2). HR-O'Ne (19) oft Mlnchev, MVoughn (26) oft Key. RBt-MVaughn 2 (92V QvMano (19V Boggs (55V Mat-tlngty 2 (80), O'NeW (74V S-Noehrlng, Cooper. GIOP-Retcher.Gdlego. Runners left m scoring position Boston 7 (Green-wet, Oulntona, Riles I JnvoJentm 2, PenoV New York 4 (Boggs, TartabuN, O'Neill 2V Rumen moved up-James. CP-Boston 1 (Fletcher, JnVSenttn and MVaughnk Belle, Clev Runners moved up Murray, Gallagher, Orsuk, Burks rf Uohnsoncf Korkovlcec Guillen ss Totals DOUBLES Pendleton. STRIKEOUTS Johnson, Sea Gonzalez, Tex-Fielder, Det DP-Atknta 2 (Lemke, Blauser and McGriff), (Pend 126 117 114 113 112 107 105 102 102 101 Chicago Oakland 000 200 150-0 000 000 000-0 50 40 38 36 36 Olerud. Tor White. Tor Palmeiro, Tex- Joyner, KC Puckett, Minn- Baerga, Clev Molitor, Tor Davis, Cal PHILADELPHIA (19) HOME (6): JSept 20. 21, 22. Florida; 24, 25. 26. Atlanta AWAY (9): Sept. 18. 19. Montreal; 27, 28, 29, 30. Pittsburgh; Oct 1, 2, 3. St Louii MONTREAL (15) HOME (8): Sept 18. 19. Philadelphia; 21, 22, 23. Atlanta: Oct 1. 2, 3. Pittsburgh. AWAY (7): Sept 24, 25. 26, New York; 27, 28, 29, 30, Florida. , NL WEST ' i ATLANTA (13) HOME (7): Sept 19, New York; 28. 29. 30. Houston; Oct. 1, 2, 3, Colorado. AWAY (6): Sept. 21, 22, 23, Montreal; 24. 25, 26, Philadelphia. SAN FRANCISCO (15) HOME (6): Sept 24. 25, 26, 27, San Diego; 28. 29. Colorado. AWAY (9): Sept 19, Cincinnati; 20, 21, 22, 23, Houston; 30, Oct 1, 2, 3, Los Angeles. 277 178 174 172 171 163 161 158 158 154 E KAbbott (21 OP-Oakland 2. LOB-Chlcago 0, Guzman, Tor Finley, Cal Cone. KC Langston, Cal Appier, KC Eldred, Mil Clemens, Bos Fernandez, Chi McDonald. Bait. leton, Lemke ond McGriff). NewYork P H R ER BB SO ERA Jones 7VS 5 2 1 3 1 4.34 Fronco 1 0 0 0 2 3.74 lnnlsW.2-3 1 0 0 0 I 0 4.07 GoaoSJ 1 0 0 0 0 1 5.40 Atlanta P H R ER BB SO ERA GModdux 8 10 2 2 2 10 2.46 McMichael ' 2 0 0 0 0 2.06 StanfonL,4-6 2 1 1 0 0 5.01 Bedroslan Vs 1 0 0 0 I 1.50 Griffey, Sea Tettleton, Det Oakland 10. 2B-Ratnes (14V Uohnson (17V DHenderson New York l(Gallegw Velarde and Mattmgiy). (16V HR GBeR (12V OS-Gulden (4). S-Cora P R ER ER BB SO Chicago STOLEN BASES TRIPLES Cora, Chi Johnson, Chi-Hulse, Tex 0 3 6 . 0 . 1 . 71-3 , 2-3 Lofton, Clev-Polonia, Cal 6 iy. Vi i p . 6 2 V Inherited runners-scored-McMichael 3-2, Bedro 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 R ER 3 3 0 0 ,0 0 0 0 Mlnchev KRyan Fossas Harris L, 6-5 New York Key BMuna Assenmother WlckmanW,!3-4 slan M. COMPLETE GAMES Brown, Tex Henderson, Oak -Tor McRae. KC Fernandez. Tor-Lofton, Clev Briscoe- , 1 Alomar, Tor Curtis, Cal Finley, Cal- 11 11 8 8 IBB off Jones (Justice) 1. PB-Hundley. Umpires-Home, Bonitv First, Davis; Second, Tata; Third, Gregg. HBP-by Alvarei (BordlckV by Arvarei (NeelV Johnson, Sea-McDowell, Chi EARNED-RUN AVERAGE ROCKIES' RECORDS Johnson, Chi White. Tor Jose, KC Umpires-Home, Hickox; First, Hendry; Second, T-3:22.A-49,051. Evans; Third, Craft. Appier, KC-Key, NY 3 tied T-09.A-27,278. GIANTS 6, REDS 1 Mlnchev pitched to 2 batten In the 7m, BMunoi pitched to 1 batter In the 9th, Inherited runners-scored KRyan 1-0, Fossas H Harris H, Assenmacher 1-0, Wlckman XV BB-off Assenmacher (MVauahn) 1. HBP-by Harris (GategoV umpires-Home, Cobke First, Men Second, Hr-sttboau Third, WesXe. T-329.A-5M72, SHUTOUTS McDowell. Chi- Moore. Det Brown, Tex Finley. Cal Johnson, Sea- Langston. Cal. Finley. Cal Alvarez. Chi Viola. Bos SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Gonzalez, Tex 2.73 2.94 2.96 3.05 3.13 3.14 3.14 3.15 3.27 . 3.36 ROYALS 6, MARINERS 3 Thomas, Chi .632 .628 .614 .608 .580 Key, NY Olerud, Tor - Griffey. Sea - McDonald. Bait-Fernandez, Chi- Darwin, Bos Cone. KC abrhM 4 0 2 1 Mussina, Bait Valenzuela, Bait- Palmeiro, Tex 4 0 0 0 4 110 5 110 0 0 0 0 SAN FRAN CINNATI abrhM abrhM DLewlscf 42IOHowordlf 4 0 2 0 RbThompsonft 3 1 0 0 Brumfleldcf 4 0 0 0 Benzinger lb 4 3 3 4 Morris lb 3 0 10 MaWilliams3b 5 0 1 0 RSandersrf 3 100 Bonds If 4 0 2 1 Scoo3b 2 00 0 McGeerf 2 0 0 0 SamoeUti 3 00 1 AVIacksorrp 0 0 0 0 Branson ss 4 0 10 Phillips ph 100 1 0 Wilson c 40 10 TWIIsonp ' 0 0 0 0 Pughp 10 10 Clayton ss 4 0 1 0 Varshoph , 1000 Manwarlngc ' 4 0 1 0 Spradin p 0 0 0 0 Burkett p 2 0 0 0 Dougherty ph , 1000 DaMartineirf 1 0 0 0 JRuffin p s 0 0 00 Dorset) ph . 1000 Totals 34 ( 9 i Totals 31 U I San Francisco 101 100 001-6 Cincinnati 000 100 000-1 KANSAS CITY Gagness Wilson 3b McRae cf Moctartonec Moynec Brett dh McReynoWstf Gaettilb Brooks rf Koslotskirf Shumpert2b Totals SEATTLE abrhM 4 2 10 Fewer If 4 120 Boone 2b 5 00 0 Griffey Jrct 3 2 2 0 Buhner rt 0 0 0 0 Magadan lb 4 12 3 Litton lb 2 0 0 0 Blowers 3b 40 11 Sasserdh 3 0 2 2 VoUec 1 OOOVIiquelss 3 0 0 0 11 6 10 6 Totals 30 11 5 0 00 3 0 0 0 30 10 3 120 BATTING ON-BASE PERCENTAGE WONLOST 34 3 0 2 G TIGERS 7, INDIANS 6 CLEVELAND DETROIT abrbM abrhM Kirov d 0 110 Boutlstorf 5 110 Fermmss 3 0 0 0 WhltakerJb 5 110 Treaowavph 1 0 0 0 Fryman 4 120 Espmona 0 0 0 0 Tettleton lb 3 100 Baerga 4 0 3 2 EDovHcl 3122 Bene If 5 0 2 1 Trommel ss 410 1 Thome 2 2 2 I Livingstone an 4 12 1 Sorrento lb 3120Kreuterc 30 11 MWganlb 2 0 00 BarnesK 40 2 1 Horn 3 000 Ranwei 1000 Jefferson ph 1000 Moktonodorf 4 13 1 SAIomarc 5 12 1 Lewis or 0 0 0 0 Teton 40 6 14 6 Totals 33 711 6 Oevetane 010 500 000-4 Detroi 500 200 Ota-7 Gwynn, SO 122 Kansas City Seattle .459 .433 .419 .417 .406 Bonds, SF Kruk, Phil Dykstra. Phil-Merced. Pitt Blauser. Atl 401 000 001-4 110 010 000-3 Glavine, Atl Burkett, SF Swift, SF Maddux, Atl Tewksbury, StL. Avery, Atl Portugal, Hou Kile. Hou DP San Francisco 1. LOB San Francisco 11, 8. 2B-Bonds (32). HR-BenHnger 2 (6). 2 (40), Clayton (11), RSanders (25). S- Jtfries. StL129 Bonds, SF 143 RThmpsn. SF.120 Bagwell, Hou-142 Grace, Chi 143 19-5 18-7 -18-8 -18-9 -17-9 -16-5 -15-4 15-6 15-8 .15-13 kd I hompson, Humeri, si somuei. E-Brooks (2). DP-Kansos On 1, Seattle 2. LOB-Kansos City 10, Seattle 12. 2B-Mocfarlone (26V Brett (30V Buhner (24V Litton (16V 38-FeWer (5). SB-Griffey AB R H Pet. 489 70 175 .358 499 81 170 .341 486 114 163 .335 465 81 151 .325 535 76 171 .320 548 76 175 .319 434 68 137 .316 491 92 155 .316 573 96 178 .311 497 89 154 .310 538 92 167 .310 RUNS BB SO San Francisco P H R ER 3 4 . 62-3 Jr 14V VUauel (11V CS-McReynokts (2V S-VlioueL Burkett W,19-7 MJaduon 11-3 SF-GaettL TWilson- Merced. Pit 129 Kruk, Phi 139 JBell, Pit 144 Gilkey, StL 122 Harnisch, Hou. Benes, SD Kanm City P H R ER BB SO Gordon W,ll-o 5 0 3 2 4 3 Dykstra, Phil Bonds, SF Blauser, Atl- Gant, Atl Bell. Pitt . 1 . 5 . 2 . 2 Cincinnati PughUO-15. SprorJIln E-Mesa 2 (3V Tettleton (61. DP-Oetrott 2. L08- Beoodo 2 10 0 fr" 1 10 0 SAVES JRuffin. OeveUnd 13, Detroit 7. 2B-Bee (35V HR-Thome (5V -132 -114 . 99 . 99 . 96 . 96 - 95 - 94 - 92 - 92 EDavts (4V 5o wrbv 116V Bchtte. Col140 HOME RUNS WP-Burkett. Ctmend P H R ER BB SO Myers, Chi Harvey, Fla- Montgomery S3. Seattle Fleming UH4 BroHolrnan JNefton .0 Mesa L, 10-11 McGriff. SD -Atl Hollins. Phil Williams, SF Bichette. Col Kruk, Phil Christopher. . 1 . 1 UmpiresHome, Montague; First, HlrschheoX; Froemmlng; Third, Winters, . T-2J0.A-3U47. . 2H . 33 2 .21-3 1 .0 1 . 1-3 0 ! Slooimb- Bonds, SF Justice, Atl Gant, Atl Deb oR Plonlenberg Power -46 -44 -43 -41 -38 -38 -27 -24 -24 23 . 31-3 . 2-3 . 22-3 HITS Dohertv i TBoltonW,e-5 Groom , Gardner Williams, SF L. Smith, StL Beck. SF Wetteland, Mtl Mit Williams. Phil. Stanton, Atl Gott, LA . D. Jones, Hou 2 tied Plontenberg pitched to 2 batters in the 9th-HBP-by JNelson (Mocfartonel -40 -37 -35 -35 -34 -34 -31 -30 -30 28 .0 MocDonoM- Bonilla. NY McGriff. SD -Atl-Sosa, Chi DENVER Attendance records set by the Colorado Rockies this year: Fastest to 1 million: 17 dates. Previous: 21 dates by Toronto. 1992. ' Fastest to 2 million: 36 dates. Previous: 41 dates by Toronto, 1992. Fastest to 3 million: 53 dates. Previous: , 61 dates by Toronto, 1992. Fastest to 4 million: 71 dates. Previous:' 81 dates by Toronto, 1991-92. Single season total: 4,054.587 with nine , dates 'left. Previous record: 4,028.318 by Toronto, 1992. First year expansion club total: 4.054.587 with nine dates left Previous record: 1,701,0:2 by Toronto, 1977. Opening day crowd: 80,227, April 9 vs. ' MontreaL Previous record: 78.672. San Francisco at Los Angeles, Apr!. 18. 1958 Regular season game: 80,227, April 9 vs. ' Montreal. Previous record: 78,672, San Francisco at Los Angeles, April 18. 1958. Three-game series: 216.349. July 30-Aug. 1 vs. San Francisco. Previous record: 212.475 at Colorado vs. Montreal, April 9-11. Four-game series: 251,521, July 22-25 vs. St Louis. Previous record: 251,486 at Colorado vs. Atlanta, May 6-9. National League night game: 72.208. July 31 vs. San Francisco. Previous record: 71,784 at Colorado vs. St. Louis, July 24. NATIONAL LEAGUE STREAKS ' THROUGH FRIDAY BATTING Longest current batting streak 16, Duncan. Phi., Aug. 28 to Sept 1 7. Longest batting streak, season 21. De-Shields, Moa, June 28 to July 21; Thompson. S.F., May 8 to June 1. PITCHING Longest current winning streak 9, Portugal. Hou., July 11 to Sept 11. Longest current losing streak 7, Hammond, Fla., July 15 to Sept 14. Longest winning streak, season 9, Kile, Hou., May 29 to July 21; Portugal, Hou., July 1 1 to Sept. 1 1 (current). Longest losing streak, season 13, Young. N Y., April 9 to July 24. TEAM Longest current winning streak 5. Col., Sept. 14 to Sept. 17; Pitt, Sept. 12 to Sept 17. Longest current home-win streak 11,' Mont. Aug 25 to Sept 17. Longest current road-win streak 5, Pitt, Sept. 7 to Sept. 17. Longest current losing streak 7, Cia, Sept 10 to Sept 17. Longest current home-loss streak 8, SF.. Sept. 7 to Sept 15. Longest current road-loss streak 8, Cin., Aug 31 to Sept 16. Longest winning streak, season 11, LA. May 17 to May 29. Longest home-win streak, season 13, LA. May 4 to June 5. Longest road-win streak, season 9, Atl., July 30 to Aug 15. Longest losing streak, season 13, CoL, July 25 to Aug 6. Longest home-loss streak, season 9. Col, July 25 to Aug. 18. Longest road-loss streak, season 9, Pitt,, June 5 to June ltjf ' J 11-3 1 SOavtsM- 178 177 175 175 171 Umpires-Home, Denklnoer; First, Shotody Second, Dykstra. Phil. Grace. Chi Gwynn. SD Bagwell, Hou- Mesa pitched to 1 batter In the 7th, MacOonoM Piazza. LA Plantier, SD Wilkins. Chi pitched to I uuttei miheeih. HBP-tryMesofkreuter). INNINGS PITCHED Tschioa: two, ceaerstrom. T-2Ji A-17,151. ANGELS 2, RANGERS 1 BASES ON BALLS Umpires' Home, Cousins; First, Brlnkmon Second RUNS BATTED IN McCwIand; Third, Reed. T-3S13.A-27J04. CUBS 6, MARLINS 5 FLORIDA CHICAGO abrbbi Carrcf 5 130Rhodescf Renterla2b 3 0 0 1 GHIUph Sheffleldph 1 0 I 0 Brennan p Conine If 5 2 3 0 WWIIsoncf Destrade lb 5 2 2 4 Vlicaino ss Cottort 4 0 2 0 Grace lb RRodrlaueip OOOOMaylf Turner p 0 0 0 0 Bullinger p Arias 3b 4 0 10 Myers p Notalc 30 10Sosorf Weiss ss 4 00 0 WIMnsc Aquino p 2 0 0 0 Buechele3b Kllnkp 1 0 0 0 Yelding 2b RLewIsp . OOOODSmithph CorrHiorf 0 0 0 0 Sancheiss Santiago oh HlOHiooardp Wendell p Jennings ph Robersonrf Totals 38 5 14 5 Totals Gant. Atl .236.1 -233.1 -227.1 .220.0 .218.1 Maddux, Atl Rijo, Cin Smoltz, Atl Benes. SD Drabek, Hou- Dykstra. Phil-Bonds, SF Daulton. Phil-Kruk, Phil .118 .113 .108 .105 . 80 abrhM 1000 00 0 0 0 0 00 2 0 0 0 3 2 2 1 3010 4 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 4 122 3 2 3 2 .4110 2 0 0 0 1011 1000 1000 00 00 0 0 00 2 0 0 0 31410 6 ATHLETICS 3, WHITE SOX 2 oortiN 3100 10 11 30 11 STRIKEOUTS .109 -107 -102 .102 .100 . 96 . 94 . 92 - 92 . 90 Justice. Atl Bonds, SF Daulton, Phil Williams, SF Zeile. StL Whiten, StL Galarraga. Col- Piazza, LA Murray. NY TEXAS MLeess Strange 2b Palmeiro lb Goniakalf Franco di Rodrigueic Palmer 3b DHarrlsrf Oascemocf Totak CALFORNUV abrbM 3 0 10 Polonlolf 40 11 Javier If 4 0 00 Curtis cf 4 0 10 Edmonds rt 4 0 00 CDavlsan 3 0 10 M venc 30l0RGoniatn 3 0 0 0 Snow lb 3 110 Lovulk2b Correiass 11 14 I Tolas 3 0 0 0 3 00 0 3 0 0 0 3010 30 10 3 110 3010 21202 DOUBLES Bichette, Col- Gwynn. SD Hayes, Col Biggio, Hou Dykstra. Phil- TRIPLES CHKAGO OAKLAND abrhM abrbM RatnesR 3 00 0 Browne If 4 110 Cora 2b 4 10 0 Broskiscf 3 0 10 Pasaualb 3111 Slerrarf 40 10 CaMeranph lOOONeeloti 4 0 0 0 Graoecklb 0 0 00 Gates 20 4 0 0 1 Ventura 4 0 3 1 Aktrete lb 4 0 0 0 GBeOdh 4 00 0 Paauette 3110 Burksrf 3 0 0 0 Boram ss 3131 Uohnsoncf 3010Hemondc 3011 Karkovtctc 3 0 0 0 Newsonph 10 00 GuMenss 4 00 0 Totals 12 2 5 2 Teton 12 3 0 3 Chicate 110 000 000-1 OMrtad 110 MO OOi-l 003 020 000-5 204 191 174 174 167 163 163 154 149 148 Rijo, Cin Smoltz. Atl Benes, SD Maddux. Atl Harnisch, Hou- Guzman, Chi Schilling. Phil Greene, Phil Gooden. NY Candiotti. LA Florida Chicago 010 112 101-6 STOLEN BASES Tens CaMon Me Nl ooo-i 000 001 0112 DP-Florlda 1. LOB-Fkrlda 8, Chlcogo 7. 2B-Conlne (24), Wilkins (22), Buechele (25). 3B-Carr (I), Sosa (5). HR-Destrode 2 1201, Wilkins (29). SB- Cotto 101 cs-carr 2 211 SP-Renteria viicoino. Finley, Hou Butler, LA Bell. Pitt Morandini, Phil. Coleman. NY Florida P N R ER SO Carr, Fla Grlssom, Mtl Jefferies, StL- Nixon, Atl Coleman, NY Lewis, SF Dykstra. Phil-Butler. LA E-Rodrkjuei PV OP-Collrornla I. LOB-Texos 4, Callfomia 1 2B-Gomatei (32V 3B-Jovler (4V SB-Ro-drlguei (IV Pokmo (49V CS-RGoraales (4V S-MUe. Aquino 41-3 5 3 3 2 2 COMPLETE GAMES Kllnk. . 1 2 . 1 2 R Lewis L2 RRodrlguei R ER BS SO Sf -Curtis. Tens 0 NRvon 7 10 0 5 E-BurHi (5V Poquelte (12V LOB-Chlrago 7, Oakland e. JB-Pawuo (7V Paguette (19V BordlaK (19V He-mond (15V S-KarKovla. CMcoae P H R ER BB SO McDoweOUl-10 0 13 2 11 EARNED-RUN AVERAGE Rijo. rin LeffertsU-9 Carpenter Chicago Hlbbard- L Young. Col DeShields. Mtl- . 1-3 1 ,11-3 0 , 41-3 11 . 2-3 0 . 2 1 . 1 0 . 1 2 FtnlevW,15-l2 GroheSJl BrermonW,1-1. Buitnger . Myers i47 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 7 4 1-3 1 1M 0 BWfflW,!M2 HonrrtUtt EdunktySJS. Maddux. Atl Gooden. NY Greene, Phil Mulholland, Phil. Drabek, Hou Schilling, Phil SHUTOUTS Harnisch, Hou R. Martinez, LA 9 tied 247 2.48 2.80 2.87 2.88 294 105 309 3.10 3.11 PB Myers. Maddux. Atl Avery. Atl Hill, Mtl Candiotti, LA Portugal. Hou Swift, SF Harnisch, Hou- Kile, Hou Glavi. Atl WP-RRottrlguez. Umplres-Homt, McKeorv First, Voltaggia; Second, .663 .577 .547 .540 .526 Bonds. SF Williams, SF McGriff, SD -Atl- Piazza. LA Bichette, Col PBKarkovloe. Umpires Homo, Hendry; First, Evans; Sacoral Croft; Ttw,HKo. T-233.A-4J1679. f KotenTNrA Johnson. Umpires-Home, ReUfara) First, DeMuth; Second, Loyne; Third, Runge. T-3I02.A-38434. T-2j30.A-3,32o. 1. i - m

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