The Greenville News from Greenville, South Carolina on May 29, 1986 · Page 8
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(Thf (TTrrtiuiUe News SPORTS Thursday, May 29, 1886 3D G-Braves Continued from Page 10 Memphis ace reliever Jim Bene- H diet a side-arm right-hander. a nome run oy Mike Mmer naa given the Chicks a 4-3 lead in the top of the eighth and when Benedict retired Randy Ingle and Ned Yost to start the bottom of the inning, it looked like the Braves would have to settle for a split However, Greg Tubbs was safe on a flare to center. Jon Hatcher followed with a slow roller between first and second that he just barely beat to first. Guerrero followed with another bloop to center after Benedict had him down 0-2. The count went to 3-2 before Turn-pane's blast cleared both walls in right field. "We had enough of those kinds of hits go against us during our bad stretch," said Greenville manager Jim Beauchamp. "They (the Chicks) are having one of those streaks." In addition to the clutch offense, the Braves enjoyed one of their finer pitching nights of the season. Steve Ziem and Juan Eichelberger scattered six hits in the opener and Mike Scott and Robert Long scattered five in the nightcap. The only disappointment was the nine walks given up in the second game. "All Mike Scott has to do is cut down on the walks and getting behind, so many hitters," said Beau-champ. "It's the same with him and (Kevin) Blankenship (another: Greenville starter). If they do that, they're going to be winners." Guerrero's home run, his fourth of the year, came in the sixth inning of the first game and was the Thursday, 7:1 5 p.m. at Greenville Municipal Stadium: Greenville right-hander Mack Rogers (1-0) against Memphis lefthander Israel Sanchez (1-3). final run of the game. Eichelberger, who retired all of the six batters he faced four by strikeouts improved his record to 2-2. Long, who pitched 3 innings in the second contest, picked up his first win for Greenville since joining the club last week. G-BRAVES NOTES: Tom Gla-vine, Greenville's top starter with a 5-2 record, will start for the Atlanta Braves Thursday night in an exhibition game at Richmond. Taking Glavine's spot will be righthander Mac Rogers, who came up to Greenville from Durham earlier this week. Beauchamp said Rogers would MEMPHIS obrhbi Mabedh 3000 Martinez If 3 0 10 D.L. Snts3b 3 0 00 Snider rf 3 0 0 0 Jarrell ss Miller 2b Lngnckr lb Allen cf Morris c Totals 3 0 10 3 110 3 0 11 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 26 1 1 Totals GREENVILLE obrhbi Tubbs cf 2 0 0 0 Hatcher If 2 0 0 0 Guerrero dh 3 12 1 Tumpane rf lb 3 0 11 Griffin lb 3 0 0 0 Denbv rf 0 0 0 0 Childress 3b 3 0 0 0 Rios ss 2 0 10 Curry 2b 10 0 0 D'Allsndroc 1110 20 2 S 2 Memphis Greenville . .000 010 01 .001 001 X 2 Game Winning RBI Guerrero (2). E Tumpane. LOB Memphis 4, Greenville 4. 2B Martinez, Miller, Longnecker. HR Guerrero (4). S Tubbs, D'Allesandro. IP H RER BB SO Memphis Rodiles(Ul-4) Greenville Ziem S 6 1. 1 0 5 Echlbrgr (W.2-2) 2 0 0 0 0 4 Umpires: Home Plate Gormon, First Base Dunahue, Third Base Asher. T 1:30. 5 2 2 2 2 be limited in the number of pitches he would throw. Pete Smith, who has missed three starts with arm trouble, is scheduled to start Friday night He is expected to throw no more than three innings before being replaced by lefthander Bean String-fellow, who pitched six no-hit innings Monday night in his first professional start. Scoring summary GAME 1 GREENVILLE THIRD Sal D'Alessondro singles. Greg Tubbs sacrifices D'Alessondro to second. Jon Hatcher walks. Inocencio Guerrero strikes out. Bob Tumpane singles driving in D'Alessondro. Tumpane is picked off first. G-Braves 1, Chicks 0. MEMPHIS FIFTH Mike Miller doubles and moves to third on on error. Jere Longe-necker doubles driving in Miller. Ed Allen singles, Longenecker holds at second. Angel Morris f I ies out, Longenecker moves to third. Todd Mo be pops up. Chito Martinez flies out. G-Braves 1, Chicks 1. GREENVILLE SIXTH Guerrero hits a solo home run. Tumpane grounds out. Dave Griffin grounds out. Chip Childress grounds out. Final score: G-Braves 2, Chicks 1. GAME 2 MEMPHIS FIRST Doug Gilchrease pops up. Gary Thurman walks and steals second base. Luis De Los Santos singles in Thurman. Joe Jarrell flies out. Chito Martinez grounds out. Chicks 1, G-Braves 0. GREENVILLE THIRD Randy Ingle strikes out. Ned Yost walks. Greg Tubbs doubles, Yost scores on an error and Tubbs goes to third. Jon Hatcher drives in Tubbs with a sacrifice fly. Inocencio Guerrero strikes out. G-Braves 2, Chicks 1. MEMPHIS FOURTH Jarrell strikes out. Martinez flies out. Mike Miller walks. Jere Longenecker hits a two-run home run. Ed Allen walks. Jeff DeWillis walks. Gilchrease f I ies out. Chicks 3, G-Braves 2. GREENVILLE SEVENTH Bob Tumpane hits a solo home run. Dave Griffin grounds out. Chip Childress flies out. Carlos , Rios grounds out. G-Braves 3, Chicks 3. MEMPHIS EIGHTH Martinez grounds out. Miller hits a solo home run. Longenecker walks and steals second base. Pinch-hitter Van Snider strikes out. DeWillis walks. Gil-crease walks. Pinch-hitter Todd Mabe grounds out. Chicks 4, G-Braves 3. GREENVILLE EIGHTH Ingle strikes out. Yost pops up. Tubbs singles. Hatcher singles, Tubbs to second. Guerrero singles driving in Tubbs and sending Hatcher to second. Tumpane hits a three-run home run. Final score: G-Braves 7, Chicks 4. USC Aiken out of NAIA series LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) Host Lewis-Clark State College faced losing its spot in the tournament and Grand Canyon faced losing the inside track, but both teams turned to the long ball to claim impressive victories in the NAIA baseball World Series. Two-time defending champion Lewis-Clark got a record seven home runs Tuesday night, including two by Brett Holley, to crush USC Aiken,17-4,,and remain alive in the small-college championship. Grand Canyon, meanwhile, used three home runs, two by Lew Kent, to dig out of a 6-0 hole and beat Oklahoma City 11-8 in a semifinal game to become the tournament's only undefeated team. The Warriors broke their own Series single-game home run record of five, which they set in in 1982 and tied in 1985. That made pitcher Chuck Higson, 12-0, a two-time victor this Series. Lewis-Clark was leading the Pacers 4-0 in the third inning when Ray Atkinson, Holley and Rusty Harris hit consecutive home runs, with Atkinson's going for two runs. Pacers starter Richard Batchelor fell to 6-2 after giving up seven runs on six hits, including the first two Warrior homers. The Pacers bowed out at 52-12. USC-Aiken 010 001 0024 11 1 Lewis-Clark St 314 S02 OOx 17 17 0 Batchelor, Thomas (3), Soos (3), Dropchin-ski (4) and Malizia; Higson, Lowe (6) and Bonfield, Collins (5). W Higson, 12-0. L Batchelor, 6-2. HRs Lewis-Clark St., Harris (5), L. Phillips (18). Springenatic 3, M. 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