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SUNDAY NEWS JOURNAL C3 AUG 21, 1994 solitmdle ffoir foramen Phillie Mooed p - Noles said he didn't have any strong feelings either way toward the current major league players strike, which began last Friday.' "I really don't think about it too much," he said. "I just hope that when it's resolved that it's a win-win situation. ' "It's a great game of baseball that's being missed, but there's issues that have to be resolved. I'd like to see the players and owners both come out winners." his Delaware Semi-Pro career with in '91. But he was crafty. He struck out three and walked three. More importantly, he played. When he's not out on the field, Noles has worked the past couple of years for the Phillies as a community consultant. His job no longer consists of throwing high-inside fastballs, but trying to make children "Just Say No" to drugs and alcohol. him." Noles, who struggled through drug and alcohol problems early in his major league career before seeking rehabilitation, says he's been going through some tough times personally and playing baseball is a good escape. "I was with John Kruk Monday night at a celebrity event to benefit a Little Leaguer that was killed when he was hit by a pitch," said Noles, who had a 36-52 career record and a 4.56 ERA in the majors. "It started at 7 p.m. and I didn't think John Kruk would ever get tired of signing autographs. "That was refreshing. To see a major leaguer like John Kruk do all of this for the children really touched me. I think it makes coming out to play that much easier. It reminds you that this is just a game, not life, and you should have fun playing it." Noles wasn't especially overpowering in his 2-0 victory over Guy Johnson, the team he started 1.1. , ,.t 00 100 Special to The News Journal TIM SHAFFER Ex-Phlllie Dickie Noles fires one against Guy Johnson at Banning Park Tuesday. By MIKE FINNEY Stall reporter RICHARDSON PARK The color green seems to drive the game of baseball nowadays. That is, a green piece of paper with a picture of George Washington on it. But for Dickie Noles, a baseball diamond provides an escape. It's greener pastures. When Noles trots out to the pitcher's mound, he says he feels like a kid at his first major league game, coming up through the tunnel to find his seat and catching that first glimpse of a meticulously groomed field. Maybe that's why Noles, who pitched for the Phillies for three years (1979-1981) during an 11-year career in the majors, insists on continuing his career in the Delaware Semi-Pro League. It's a far cry from facing George Brett and the Kansas City Royals in the 1980 World Series in front of a national television audience and 60,000 screaming fans at Veterans Stadium, but he loves the game of baseball just the same. "If you've ever played the game of baseball, you find out that you can never get over it," said Noles, who plays on three Semi-Pro teams in the summer with his friend and catcher, Joe Singley. "Once it gets in your blood, it's just something that you have to do." Noles revived memories of the Phillies' early 1980s heyday at WITH THIS AO THRU 1 MRU StPT. IS. 1894 Don't Trade Renew your car with a remanufectured engine at considerable savings... Call us today! 12 moJUnlimited Mileage Warranty Towina Financing Available 764-8030 EXPERT L 7 East Lea Blvd. (1 Block East ol Soars) Wilrru , r. -v 1 Banning Park Tuesday night. Some spectators arrived dressed in their Phillies gear and offered their support to the ex-major leaguer. The 37-year-old right-hander didn't disappoint the crowd as he threw a two-hit shutout for Delaware Sportscare, helping it even the best-of-seven Delaware Semi-Pro championship series against Guy Johnson at one game each. "I can remember when he dusted George Brett off the plate in the '80 series," said Delaware Sportscare teammate Mike Donovan, whose two-run single in the sixth gave Noles the win. "That might've turned the whole World Series around. "It's great when he comes out to pitch for us," he added. "He comes out here just for the fun of it. I've never seen anybody play and have as much fun as he does. He just really loves the game." Singley looked over at Noles, playing catch with his twin sons on the field long after everybody else had departed Tuesday, in admiration. "Dickie is great for this type of ball," said Singley, who used to catch in the Chicago White Sox chain. "These guys are all out here trying to hit him. "Every time somebody gets a hit off him, they're like, 'I got a hit off Dickie Noles!' Lord help them if they get three hits off Xw 1 II II ijWrCWta Vr I illilW 1 UP FRONT PRICING! lk NO ADD-ONS! E$K SATURDAY'S HIGHLIGHT Mike Bovee ties a Blue Rocks record with his 13th victory, a laugher over Lynchburg. TUE. WED. THU. NO COME-ONS SAT. FRI. MON. SUN. OFF DURHAM 7:05 P.M. MJJ.,'MI LYNCH BURQ I ' t "I 6:05P.M. DURHAM 7:05 P.M. PR WILLIAM 7:30 P.M. PR WILLIAM 7:30 P.M. PR WILLIAM 7:30 P.M. I 9 11 FREE EXTRAS GREAT PRICES AND TOTAL-CAR SERVICES! Shading Indicates home games Blue Rocks radio coverage on WJBR-1 290. For tickets: 302-888-BLUE. Rocks romp over Lynchburg 15-2 LYNCHBURG, Va. The" Blue Rocks rapped out 17-hits en route to a 15-2 pasting of the Lynchburg Red Sox Saturday in a Carolina League Class A base-Blue Rocks 15, Red Sox 2 WILMINGTON LYNCHBURG Free Lifetime Computer Spin Balance . Honest Written Estimates Quality Parts Free Valve Stems Free Mounting and Dismounts . Guaranteed to be done right the first time Free 5,000 Mile Warranty Hand "Tightened Lug Nuts . state of tne Art Equipment 'Walk-ins Welcome 30 Day FreeRide Guarantee Mileage Warranties ( No Appointment Necessary) Tires & Wheels washed . nstant Credit.90 Days Same As Cash Quick Service 30, minutes or less . c,ean & Reasant Showrooms Qualified Knowledgeable Staff Sutton singled and Damon scored on an error by Lynchburg left fielder J.J. Johnson. Lynchburg answered with its only scoring of the day, two runs in the first. Johnson led off with a home run and Ryan McGuire doubled in Jose Zambrano, who had doubled earlier. Wilmington put the game out of reach early with seven runs in the second. ball game. Wilmington improved to 36-20 and won its fifth straight. Starter Mike Bovee tied a franchise record with his 13th win, improving to 13-4. Wilmington opened the scoring in the top of the first when Johnny Damon singled, Larry Friday night's game Rocks 15, Red Sox 3 1 ab r h M ab r h bi 5 222 Johnson If 512 1 1 0 0 0 Murphy 2b 5 0 0 0 4 2 01 Zambrano rf 312 0 6 0 0 0 McGuire lb 4 011 4 3 3 0 Norrls 3b 4 010 5232 Pattonss 3 0 00 1 000 Graham cf 4010 5 244 Braiehtdh 3 000 1 00 0 Davenport c 4 0 2 0 4223 5120 4111 Damon cf Gonzalez If Slsco2b Myers rt Sutton lb Long 3b Marshall 3b Jennings c Connolly p Fasano dh-c FMartinez ss Murphy If-cf Totals W5 ewa is 45 15 17 13 Total! 3512 WILMINGTON LYNCHBURG abrhbi Damon cf 512 0 Johnson If Sisco 2b 6 2 2 2 Murphy 2b Myers rf 6 2 3 3 Zambrano rf Long 3b 5 2 10 McGuire lb Gonzalez dh 4 2 2 2 Bright dh Jennings c 5 2 3 2 Norris lb Fasano lb 512 5 Carey cf Martinez ss 4 0 2 1 Senkowtz c Marshall ss 2110 Graham cf Murphy If 6 210 Totals 4i 15 14 15 Totals abrhbi 4000 40 10 4110 3000 4000 3112 4000 3110 301 1 32 3 5 3 001 200 IS 17 0 000 000 2 3 174 200 Wilmington Lynchburg r-ej GRAND PRIX GT 00 SERIES ECONOMY All Season GRAND PRIX GT 7060 BO.OOO mil SAC Warranty i .-m OO.OOO mil SAC Warranty 35,000 mil uurane wnite Lenare gumm wmta Lnra Size On the Rim Sli On lha Rim Sli On lha Rim E-Johnson, Murphy, Patton. LOB-Wllmlngton 10, Lynchburg 9. DP-Wllmington 1. 2B-Damon, Long, Jennings, Fasano 2, Zambrano 2, McGuire. HR-Johnson (13). CS-Murphy. SF-Slsco. 313 050 21015 000 0O0 012 3 Wilmington Lynchburg IP H R ER BB SO GRAND SPIRIT Ml-Performanca 6O.000 mile All Season BW Siza On lha Rim 17S70HR13 B4.ao 18570HR14 OB.BO 19570HR14 OI.BO 18560HR14 OB.BO 19560HR14 TI.OO 20560HR14 73. BO 215BOHR14 7B.BO 22560HR14 TB.BO 19560HR15 74. BO 20560HR15 TO. BO 21560HR15 7B.BO 22560HR15 OO.BO 225QOHRie OB.BO 2I565HR15 70.BO Carolina League Second Half Northern Division W L Pet. GB Frederick (Orioles) 36 19 .655 X-BLUE ROCKS (Royals) 36 20 .642 Vi Pr. William (White Sox) 28 24 .538 6'i Lynchburg (Red Sox) 19 36 J45 17 Southern Division Durham (Braves) 30 23 .566 x-Winston-Salem (Reds) 25 31 M6 tVi Salem (Pirates) 23 32 .418 8 Klnston (Indians) 20 32 .385 9'i x-won first-half title Saturday's Games BLUE ROCK 15, Lynchburg 2 Frederick 11, Prince William 8 Winston-Salem 5, Klnston 4 Durham 3, Salem 1, 1st game Salem 2, Durham 0, 2nd game Today's Games BLUE ROCKS at Lynchburg Prince William at Frederick Klnston at Winston-Salem Salem at Durham Friday's Games BLUE ROCKS 15, Lynchburg 3 Prince William 1, Frederick 0, 10 Innings Klnston 4, Winston-Salem 1 Salem at Durham, ppd., rain OO.BO as.so OO.OO ee.oo OO.OO OB. BO TO. BO a. bo OO.BO 08.BO 70.BO 73. BO OO.BO P17570SR13 P18570SR13 P19570SR13 P18570SR14 P19S70SR14 P20570SR14 P21570SR14 P21470SR15 P22570SR15 P23570SR15 P22570SR15 P24560SR15 P27S60SR15 $40.00 S3. SO 63.BO sa.eo ss.eo so.oo 03. so as.BO ee.oo 7 a. BO 7T.BO eo.so ea.so E Carey 2, Senkowltz, Sisco, Long. DP W 1, L 0. LOB W 12, L 4. 2B Sisco, Jennings, Murphy, Zambrano, Graham. HR Fasano, Norrls. P15580R13 P16580R13 P17580R13 P18580R13 P18575R14 P1957SR14 P20575R14 P20S75R15 P21575R15 P22S75R15 P23575R15 $28.00 31.80 32. BO 34.00 36. BO 37.00 38.0O 30.0O 42.0O 43.0O 44.0O P20560SR13 P18560SR14 P19560SR14 P21560SR14 P22560SR14 P23560SR14 P24560SR14 'P19560SR15 P20560SR15 P21560SR15 P22560SR15 P23560SR15 P21565SR15 'Blackwall IP H R ER BB SO Wilmington Bovee (W, 13-4) Perez Chrisman Connolly Smith Lynchburg Bakkum (L, 1-4) Hayward Glaze Wilmington Ralston, W Sheehan Dickens Smith Lynchburg Llcarsi, L Meila Blais Hale Hale Bakkum faced six batters In the second. Hay- 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 6 7 6 2 6 5 4 3W 6 3 1 110 0 ward faced three batters in the sixth. WP-Bovee. T-2:56. A-1,153. Umpires-Plate, KobaraV bases, Lloyd. mm SIEBERLINQ I All Seaaon 45,000 mil Slza On lha Rim FR3SO All Seaaon 80,000 mile SAC Warranty Siza On the Rim P17570R13 f41.eo P18570R13 43. BO P1BS70R14 4)O.SO P19S7QR14 4B.BO 804 873 i I TITimi i TOMM' CT?TJ FR440 All Seaaon a 60,000 mile Size On the Rim P15580R13 $40.00 P16580R13 5B.BO P17580R13 51. 0O P18580R13 62. BO P18575R14 66. BO P19575R14 68. BO P20575R14 6B.0O P20575R15 74.0O P21575R15 70.00 P22575R1S 78. SO P23575R15 7O.0O 4.42 1146 121 372 4.54 1017 110 433 4.57 1050 151 450 FR3SO All Seaaon a 50,000 mlla Slza On the Rim P15S80R13 $3B.BO P16580R13 44.0O P17580R13 40.B0 P18580R13 4S.BO P18575R14 OI.BO P19575R14 S4.BO P20575R14 OB.BO P20575R14 50.00 P21575R1S 01.OO P22575R15 S3.00 P2357SR15 65. BO Salem Kinston Durham Lvnchbunj Winston-Sal 30 27 26 29 31 SB AVG 4.61 1163 105 HR 4 $33. SO 30.00 4O.0O 43.0O 43.00 44. BO 40.00 45. BO 82. SO 63. BO 64.00 P15580R13 P16580R13 P17580R13 P18580R13 P18575R14 P19575R14 P20575R14 P20S75R15 P21575R15 P2257SR1S P23575R15 793 802 II J73 5.05 1090 133 554 116 133 .271 .271 ATX II LL All SeaeonOWL 40,000 mile SAC Warranty Slza On the Rim P20575R15 STB. SO P21575R15 04.00 P22575R15 ST. BO P23575R16 SB.BO Through Aug. 18 Club Batting AB R H 4121 628 1126 4065 683 1103 4078 635 1106 4082 655 1095 4093 666 1043 3984 563 1000 4116 535 1030 3921 508 950 Pitching Leaders (Minimum 97 Innings Pitched) Wilmington Frederick Saiem Pr William Winston-Sal Durham Lynchburg Klnston .268 .255 .251 .250 .242 187 101 135 114 107 69 86 112 387 48 103 10 41 .266 430 5 114 11 60 Mi 420 63 111 14 77 .264 356 51 4 2 39 .244 394 67 104 11 54 .264 417 66 110 13 53 .264 378 51 99 5 38 .262 386 57 101 9 36 .262 389 55 100 48 .257 433 52 111 8 42 .256 285 30 73 2 31 .256 411 58 105 0 24 .255 333 64 84 19 63 J52 304 4 76 1 32 JSO 386 59 96 6 48 .249 423 79 105 6 43 .248 337 64 83 2 36 .246 414 66 101 23 74 .244 338 55 82 7 31 .243 397 49 93 1 21 .234 305 59 71 7 33 .233 371 57 86 25 74 .232 350 51 81 19 53 .231 317 35 72 11 35 .227 454 59 101 12 42 .222 XI 39 54 13 37 .179 Maadaleno, W-S Long, Wil Poe, Prw Martinez, WH Myers, Wll Cranford, Sal Meal, Kin Farrell, Sal Gonzalez, Wfl Anduiar, Kin Martinez, WH Murphy, Lyn Chavez, Fre Murphy, WH Link, Fre Cameron, Prw Martin, Fre Rumfleld, W-S Jenkins, W-S Claudio, Kin Conger, Sal Meggers, W-S Williams, Dur Carey, Lyn Johnson, Lyn Thomas, Kin Batting Leaders TURANIZA S 80,000 mile a All Seaaon WRANGLER P20575R15 STO.OO P2167&R1S OB.BO P22575R15 OO.BO P2357SR1S OO.BO 311050R1S 11t.HO IP H BB SO W-L ERA Evans, Wll 134 91 47 136 10-2 2.2 Kirkreil, Kin 128 92 40 116 8-7 2.68 Bovee, Wil 150 123 30 141 12-4 2.71 Plerson, Prw 163 158 34 101 14-6 3.43 Fox, W-S 144 108 88 128 11-4 3.49 Plttsley, WR 141 140 35 147 9-5 3.50 Bertotti, Prw 105 90 43 103 7-6 3.53 Murray, Dur 97 93 22 76 6-7 3.79 Chrlstmn, Prw 116 116 44 94 6-11 3.80 Brunson, W-S 146 142 51 119 12-5 3.82 Wllklns, Sal 125 134 40 79 5-5 3.95 Johnston, Prw 149 160 55 72 15-4 3.99 Emerson, Fre 121 129 58 79 7-7 4.08 Brooks, Lvn 160 148 58 111 12-10 4.11 Call, Prw 149 163 31 79 8-11 4.12 D' Andrea, Dur 138 144 43 116 9-8 4.30 Madura, Fre 136 122 51 118 8-8 4.37 wninen, Kin 139 118 57 135 8-10 4.J9 Cabrera, Kin 134 134 43 110 4-13 4.44 Walker, Fre 99 109 36 75 5-5 4.47 Hayward, Lyn 122 147 46 72 3-14 4.73 Powell, Fre 116 123 48 81 7-7 4.98 Nix, W-S 148 157 77 123 9-9 4.99 Arnold, Dur 125 131 66 79 6-7 5.18 Chambrtn, Sal 115 137 38 73 5-11 5.79 Wins Strikeouts Saves POTENZA RE0OO 50,000 mile a All Seaaon Size On the Rim 17570TR13 $61. BO 18570TR13 67. BO 18570TR14 72.0O 19570TR14 7O.0O 20570TR14 7 7. BO 18560TR14 77.0O 19560TR14 7B.BO 21560TR14 81. BO 19560TR15 8O.0O 20560TR1S 81.0O 21560TR15 82.00 S 402 50,000 mile All Seaaon Size On the Rim l5bSR13 S4S.BO 165SR13 4B.BO 17570SR13 4S.SO 18570SR13 B3.SO 18570SR14 OS. SO 19570SR14 OO.BO 2Q57QSR14 BO. SO DUELER HT Lt. All on OWL P205'75R14 STB. BO P20575H15 04.00 P21575R15 OT.OO P22575R15 OB.BO 311050R15 HO. BO mm Size On the Rim 17570SR13 $6B.SO 18570SR13 73. BO 18570SR14 78.0O 19570SR14 82. BO 20570SR14 87.0O 21570SR14 SO.OO 20570SR1S 88. BO 21570SR15 S3. BO 20S65SR15 B2.BO 21565SR15 03.0O AB R H HR RBI AVG 321 80 103 13 44 .321 371 68 118 7 66 .318 360 53 114 17 66 J17 410 77 127 5 67 J10 352 58 109 19 69 .310 437 II 135 25 88 JO 403 64 124 9 61 .308 378 50 112 18 65 .296 401 71 117 12 60 .292 395 52 114 20 81 .289 469 97 135 26 76 .288 453 88 130 52 .287 378 68 107 20 93 .283 403 82 113 24 86 .280 398 55 111 17 57 .279 418 66 115 16 70 .275 448 50 122 10 72 .272 415 59 113 17 64 .272 441 64 120 3 60 .272 427 62 116 10 63 .272 442 82 120 3 46 .271 425 46 115 12 64 .271 381 47 103 6 33 .270 433 66 116 21 82 .268 Warner, Dur Kendall, Sal Stewart, WM Damon, Wll Selby, Lyn Sutton, WH Hodge, Fre Austin, Sal Cappucck), Prw Clyburn, Sal Watklns, W-S Bartee, Fre Waszgls, Fre Hurst, Prw Nunez, Dur Sanford, Sal Pearson, Prw Nunnally, Kin Wilson, Prw McGuire, Lyn Burton, Prw Smith, Dur Malloy, Dur Holllns, Dur LAREDO LI. All Season P23575R15 t79 SO 311050H16 10B.90 Home Runs Runs Batted In Stolen Bases Watkins, WS 26 Waszgis.Fre 93 Burton, Prw 55 Meggers.WS 25 Sutton, WH 81 Bartee, Fre 41 Sutton, WH 25 Hurst.Prw 86 Damon, WH 16 Hurst.Prw 24 Hollins, Dur 82 Claudkj.KIn 34 RurrmUWS 23 Clvbum.Sal 81 Berrios, Fre 32 J Johnstn.Prw 15 Plttsley.WH 147 Lemp.Fre 19 Plerson, Prw 14 Bovee,WH 141 Plsciotta.Sal 17 Brooks.Lyn 12 Evans, WD 136 Schutz.Dur 15 Brunson.WS 12 Whltten.KIn 135 SmmWri 13 Bovee.WH 12 Fox, W-S 128 Woodfn.Prw 12 dub Pitching ERA H HR BB SO SHO SV 3.01 912 304 64 13 36 3.94 1040 104 376 787 I 28 4.34 1035 118 472 905 6 34 SP 4000 WHmington Pr William Frederick DSO-A2 High Pertormence SP4 AXIOM 35.000 Mile SAC Ultra High Performance All Seaaon a 45,000 Mile All Season 60,000 mils All Seaaon a 40,000 mile On the Rim Size Size All Seaaon On the Rim Size PITCHING Size ' On the Rim 155R12 $36.80 155R13 37.90 165R13 39.90 16570R13 49.90 17570SR13 4S.90 18570SR13 49.90 18570SR14 62.90 19570SR14 83.90 Sse.eo OB.BO 62.90 ee bo ee.Bo 74 BO 74 BO 70. BO 78.00 81.90 07. BO 11 a. BO 17570HR13 18570HHI3 18570HRI4 18560HR14 19560HR14 20560HR14 19560HH15 20560HRI5 2IS60HBI5 22560MBI5 21565HH1S 20655HH16 P15580R13 16580R13 17580R13 18580R13 18575R14 19575R14 20575R14 20575R15 21575R15 22575R15 23575R15 (47. so 55.B0 68.SO SB.BO 66.B0 67.90 6S.B0 OB.BO 74.B0 76.BO 79.B0 On the Rim SllB.BO 1 43.SO 149.SO 138 BO 17S BO 181.BO 1BB.BO SOS.BO 172. BO 181. BO 1J7.BO 140. BO 19S507R15 205MR15 215607RI5 22S60RI5 205557RI5 24550RI5 250RI5 245MVHI6 205SWR 16 2255SZR 18 21560ZRI6 2?VfiOR16 HSCollooo Team CI Org. 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