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Tucson, Saturday, September 1, 1990 CSiie- Arizona 8aihS1ar Section Page Three 1 mum ww fi fi; xS COME RIDE WITH US ARIZONA HONDA 2114 S. Alvernon 748-7202 Factory to Dealer Incentives, Tax, set-up, frt, dealer margin extra VAN'S. BO.SIHOIP I TUtSOH MAlT WETMORE LIMBERLOST ROGER Kellner Continued from Page 1C starting shortstop. When the minor-league rosters expanded and Tucson shortstop Rusty Harris strained a ligament in his elbow, Kellner was promoted to Tucson. "Somewhere along the line he's had good teaching," Toros manager Bob Skinner said.

"He came from Class A and that's rare. But he has fit right in, and he knows how to play the game. That's unusual for. a player with his experience." TOROS NOTES: Last night's game will not be made up, as both Calgary and Tucson are out of the playoff picture Toros reliever Brian VCA18" 86 NL Nbw '89 fi-f New 89" ar chim CH80 vy SB50 Meyer was promoted to Houston last night. UA volleyball team opens with victory Staff report The UA volleyball team opened its season last night with a three-game victory over BYU-Hawaii, an NAIA school, in the Arizona Invitational at McKale Center.

Arizona won 16-14, 18-16, 15-9. Terry Lauchner had 19 kills and 11 digs to lead Arizona. Setter Heather McCormack had 52 assists. Arizona will play New Mexico State at 10 a.m. today and New Mexico at 7 p.m.

Both matches are at McKale Center. In other results, New Mexico defeated Michigan State 15-4, 15-4, 15-6 and Illinois State beat New Mexico State 15-5, 15-6, 15-12. The Associated Press Blue Jays shortstop Luis Sojo tags out Cleveland's Brooks Jacoby during a rundown ojo leads Blue Jays to win fi OH it AMERICAN LEAGUE "WITH THIS i WILSON SUMMER CLEARANCE RIOT 1 GRIP-TITE I GOLF GLOVES 1 12 PRICE SALE I 4" I I 3 FOR 1 3" A I LIMIT 6 EXPIRES 9-1-90 I WITH THIS COUPON "WITH THIS COUPON" I SPALDING I I MOLITOR I 15 PAK GOLF BALLS I WHITE $f0lQ I YELLOW V. i ORANGE j5 BALLS I LIMIT 1 5 BALLS CASH PRICE I EXPIRES 9-1 -90 -WITH THIS COUPON I (Last Chance Summer Items) mm Today Only 4045 E. Broadway 881-7533 iwiiip wr vi 3 lMILfiW L13 1 L' 1UI11 The Associated Press 1 CLEVELAND Rookie Luis Sojo atoned for three errors by driving in five runs last night to lead the To-; Jpnto Blue Jays to a 12-8 win over the Cleveland Indians.

Sojo replaced an ailing Tony Fernandez in the sec-f ond inning. He hit his first career home run and also doubled. a Toronto overcame a 4-0 deficit and won its second straight after a five-game losing streak. The Blue Jays rejriained 6V4 games behind first-place Boston in the American League East. Cleveland has lost five in a row.

Reliever Jim Acker (3-4) was the winner despite giving up three earned runs in 1 y3 innings. Greg Swindell, (10-8) allowed eight runs on 10 hits in five-plus innings. Red Sox 7, Yankees 3 Luis Rivera hit Boston's first grand sla.rn.of the season and drove in five runs to lead Boston. '1' The Red Sox have won eight straight games. Opening a 12-game homestand after a 7-1 trip, the Red Sox tied Chicago for the longest winning streak of, the year in the American League.

Harris (12-5) gave up four hits, struck out six and walked one in eight-plus innings. He retired 17 straight batters in between Randy Velarde's two-run homer in the third and Velarde's double in the eighth. Tjgers 12, Twins 6 MINNEAPOLIS Lou Whitaker and Larry Sheets each drove in three runs to lead Detroit. iThe Tigers led 9-1 after three innings in a game that featured 13 extra-base hits, including four home runs and; three triples. Detroit won for the ninth time in 12 games.

Whitaker and Lloyd Moseby homered and Cecil Fielder increased his major-league-leading RBI total to 111 with a two-run triple. Detroit had 14 hits. "VdPay Parker (3-1) pitched 3y3 scoreless innings for the victory. He replaced Jeff Robinson, who gave up one run in the first inning and five in the third. Paul Abbott (0-2) was the loser.

Brewers 4, Orioles 1 MILWAUKEE Ron Robinson scattered eight hits for his third complete game in his last six starts. Greg Brock drove in two runs with a tie-breaking sacrifice fly and a home run for the Brewers. Robinson (8-3) struck out three without issuing a walk. He has four complete games in 16 starts this season. He is 4-0 in his last six starts.

The Brewers overcame a 1-0 deficit with a three-run fourth. Mariners 5, Royals 2 SEATTLE Ken Griffey Sr. and his son Ken Jr. became the first father and son to play in the same outfield in Seattle's victory. The Mariners scored all their runs in the first inning off Storm Davis (7-10) with four singles.

Griffey Sr. started the rally with a single and moved to second on a single by his Griffey Jr. Alvin Davis then singled home Griffey Sr. and Griffey Jr. scored on a wild pitch.

Davis scored on a single by Edgar Martinez. Randy Johnson (13-8) allowed five hits in 7y3 innings. Bill Swift got his third save. Athletics 4, Rangers 2 OAKLAND, Calif. Bob Welch won his major-league-leading 22nd game.

Willie McGee drove in a run in his first American League at-bat to lead Oakland. Welch (22-5) is the first Oakland pitcher to win 22 games since Mike Norris went 22-9 in 1980. He tied a season-high with eight strikeouts and walked just one, allowing six hits in 7 y3 innings. Welch, hit hard in a loss at Detroit in his last game, has Tiot lost two straight starts this season. Dennis Eck-ersley pitched one inning for his 40th save in 42 opportunities.

White Sox 6, Angels 5 ANAHEIM, Calif. Bobby Thigpen got his 45th save for Chicago. Rookie Frank Thomas hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning to lead the White Sox. Thigpen needs one save to tie Dave Righetti's major-league record set in 1986. Thigpen, who has blown chances, pitched 1 y3 scoreless innings.

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Doug Dascenzo was walked intentionally to load the bases before Girardi's game-winning hit. Cincinnati's Norm Charlton retired the first eight batters and had a no-hitter through five innings before pitcher Mike Harkey singled to start the sixth. Charlton gave up only two hits before leaving for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the seventh. Phillies 4, Padres 2 PHILADELPHIA John Kruk's tie-breaking two-run double in the eighth inning gave Philadelphia the victory. Randy Ready led off the eighth with a single off Atlee Hammaker (4-6) and Von Hayes drew a walk.

Greg Harris relieved Hammaker and got Dale Murphy to pop out, but Kruk doubled to right-center, scoring both runners. The Phillies snapped a three-game losing streak. Roger McDowell (6-6) pitched two scoreless innings for the win. Braves 4, Cardinals 1 ATLANTA John Smoltz allowed seven hits in 8 innings for his third straight victory. Smoltz (12-9) struck out five, walked four and allowed only one runner past second over the first eight innings.

He left with one out and the bases loaded in the ninth. Kent Mercker allowed Terry Pendleton's RBI single but got Vince Coleman to pop out and struck out Rex Hudler for his fourth save. Jose DeLeon (7-14) allowed three hits and one run in six innings but lost for the eighth time in nine The Associated Press NEW YORK Howard Johnson's blpop RBI single in the ninth inning Capped a two-out, three-run rally last night as the New York Mets beat the San Francisco Giants 4-3. The Mets won their fourth straight game. Giants starter Don Robinson was in control until the ninth inning.

Robinson was one out away from a six-hit victory before Dave Magadan singled. Gregg Jefferies followed with a run-scoring double and Steve Bedro-sianJ (6-8) relieved. The Giants walked Darryl Strawberry intentionally but Kevin McReynolds singled up the middle to tie the game. Johnson won it when he dumped a single that landed just in front of diving right fielder Mike Kingery. "Ifwas the Mets' 17th victory this seeson in their final at-bat, and it made a winner of Frank Viola (17-9).

Viola gave up three runs and 11 hits, walked one and struck out (six in beating the Giants for the first time in three career decisions. Matt Williams, 4-for-30 in his last nine games, gave the Giants a 2-1 he led off the sixth inning with his 27th homer. On Aug. 17 at San Francisco, the Giants beat Viola 3-2 on Williams' three-run homer. sKevin Mitchell hit his 31st home run leading off the eighth to give the Giants a 3-1 lead.

Astros 3, Pirates 2 HOUSTON Glenn Wilson's RBI single, capped a two-out, three-run rally in the ninth inning for Houston. Zane Smith allowed seven hits, struck out four and walked none in eight innings. But he lost a chance for his fourth straight victory when the Astros rallied with five straight two-out hits. Biggio singled off Stan Belinda and scored on a pinch-hit dou- ble by former UA player Casey Can-daele. Franklin Stubbs' RBI single off Bob Patterson (8-5) tied the game and Dave Rohde, a UA alumnus, singled to left, sending Stubbs to second.

Wilson, batting for reliever Juan Agosto, lined a single to right and Stubbs scored without a throw. The loss cut Pittsburgh's lead in the NL East to one half-game over New York. Agosto (6-7) pitched a scoreless ninth for the victory. Expos 5, Dodgers 2 MONTREAL Rookie Chris Nabholz allowed one hit in seven innings to lead Montreal. Delino DeShields homered and drove in three runs for the Expos.

The Expos snapped Los Angeles' five-game winning streak. Nabholz (3-0) struck out five and walked six in his fifth major-league start. The only hit he allowed was a broken-bat opposite-field single by Kirk Gibson in the fourth. The Expos erased a 1-0 deficit against Mike Morgan (10-12) in the fourth when Jerry Goff drew a one-out walk and Spike Owen singled. Both advanced on a sacrifice by Nabholz and came home on De-Shields' single off second baseman Juan Samuel's glove.

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