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2 D the (Inrf mullr Nr us SPORTS Wednesday, May 11, 1988 Marnes r J? in the T Hews ComplMd (rem wire reports SCOREBOARD BASEBALL AMERICAN TV SPORTS Ex-Gamecock pitcher retires Edited by Sheryl McAlister Former South Carolina and major-league pitcher Ed Lynch, who signed a contract last week with the Class AAA Phoenix Firebirds, has retired after a poor showing in his Pacific Coast League debut. Lynch gave up 15 earned runs in 3 innings in his first start last Saturday in Colorado Springs. The 32-year-old veteran righthander was signed last Tuesday by Phoenix, the top affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. In eight major-league seasons, Lynch had a 47-54 lifetime record and a 4.00 ERA, going 38-40 for the New York Mets in 6'2 seasons and 9-14 for the Cubs in V2 seasons. Falcons trade (JSC's Provence The Atlanta Falcons traded defensive lineman Andrew Provence to Denver Monday for a conditional lOth-round draft pick. The Falcons will get the 1989 pick if Provence, a former University of South Carolina star, makes the team and plays in at least one game for the Broncos. Provence, 27, was primarily a reserve tacklenose guard in his four seasons with the Falcons. Drafted in the third round out of USC in 1983, Provence was credited with 131 tackles. Geddes on golf The Jamie Farr Toledo (Ohio) Classic is barely four years old, but is ready to take its place among the Ladies Professional Golf Association's top-rated events, its defending champion said. "From a player's standpoint, there are few natural breaks in the schedule and you have to take advantage of them to rest and relax," Summerville native Jane Geddes said. "Whenever you have a new tournament that sits in the middle of the summer, well, it's tough to get a lot of the better players in that tournament. "This year, hopefully, we'll see the type of field that Toledo deserves, the type of field that will allow Toledo fans to see what really great talent we have on tour," said Geddes, the tour's No. 3 money winner last year with earnings of more than $400,000. 2:15 p.m. Baseball: Cubs- Padres, WGN. 5:35 p.m. Baseball: Expos-Braves, TBS. 7:30 p.m. Basketball: Soviet Jr. Olvmpians-U S. High School Senior All Stars, ESPN. 8:30 p.m. Basketball: NBA playoffs, Hawks-Celtics. TBS. 9:30 p.m. NHL playoffs: Edmonton-Detroit, ESPN. CALENDAR minutes, 53 seconds. 2, Sean Kelly, Ire- AMERICAN West Germany, :52. 4, Loudelino Cubi- no, Spain, :54. 5, Fablo Parro, Colom- SEATTLE bio, :56. 6, Robert Miliar, Scotland, obrhbi 1 :47. 7, Roberto Cordoba, Spain, 5:15. 8, EMrtnz 3b 4 0 0 0 Jesus Blanco Vlllar, Spain, 5:31. 9, Bradley c 5 0 0 0 Eddy Scheepers, Belgium, 7:23. 10, Al- Cotiocf 4 0 0 0 voro Pino. Spain,. :21. ADov.sJb J1H Tour do Ron-Kindle. Brantley If 4 1 2 1 a ojmiu hm biM GWilsonrf 4 13 0 1. Tonl Rorm'iTow. Switzerland. 10 minute, g"""! 9 ? ? .mt o i tnoi. iwv Revnlds2b 4 0 2 1 .n-.-TV, i Y-.. t.ZZL c. ZZ' Totals 36 4 10 4 Mariners 4, Blue Jays 2 ukuh i u obrhbi Fernndz ss 4 0 0 0 Mosebv cf 3 0 2 1 Borders c 4 0 10 GBell If 4 0 0 0 Gruber 2b 4 0 0 0 Bortieldrf 4 111 Beniqzdh 4 0 3 0 Fielder lb 4 0 0 0 Infante 3b 4 110' Totals 35 1 7 NATIONAL SOUTHERN Baseball ACC tournament, Greenville 020 100 0104 000 000 0111 THE LATEST LINE NBA PLAY-OFFS Points Underdog BOSTON 10 r Home team in CAPS 36 31 France. 1037.31. 3. Ench Maechlef. Switzer land, 10 39 00 4. Erie Breuwnk. Netherlands. Seattle 10.46 68. 5. Gimopoe Saronnl. Italy. 10 48 52 Toronto 6 Michael Wilson, Australia. 104B83J. Peao Gome w,nn,n9 RBI Qumones (2). DeiQaao. Spain. 104974 .8 Marco Govaner- EGruber LOB Seattle 7, Toronto ti. Italy. 10 62 25 9. Rons Maassen. Nether- 7 28 Qumones, Beniquez, Moseby. HR tanas. 105339 10, Jean, Cioude Leciercq. Brontlev (5). Bnrliela (3). France, 1054 18 11, Andrew Hompslen. Boul- IP H R ER BB SO d, Colo, 10 64 46. Seattle Other Untied Wales Cyolere Langston W.3-3 9 8 2 2 0 16 37, Bob Roll. Pleasant Hill. Cold . 11 0940. Toronto 63. Jeff Pierce. San Dieoo. 11 2531 66. Roy Clancy L.l-4 9 10 4 4 2 3 Knickman. Bouloer. Colo.. 11 26 76 80. Grea HBP Moseby by Langston. leMond. Minneapolis. 11 36 20. 121. Phinnev, Boulder, Colo.. 1211 71 . Expos 6, Braves 1 MONIHhAL A I LAN I A obrhbi Raines If 3 10 0 Pareds 2b 4 0 2 1 Brooks rf 5 12 3 Wollach3b 3 110 Foley 3b 2 0 0 0 Galarrg lb 4 0 0 0 Webster cf 4 1 2 0 Sanloven c 4 1 1 0 Rivera ss 3 112 BSmithp 2 0 0 0 Wnghm ph 10 0 0 Parrett p 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 6 9 6 East Division obrhbi DJames cf 3 0 10 Thomas ss 4 0 0 0 DMrphv rf 4 0 0 0 Griftey If 4 0 10 GPerry lb Virgil c Oberkfl 3b Gont 2b Glavine p Alvarez p Echibgr p Smmns ph Totals 4 0 3 0 4 13 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 34 1 10 1 Montreal . Atlanta 050 010 0004 000 000 1001 Game Winning RBI Rivera (21. E Gant. DP Montreal 2, Atlanta 1. LOB Montreal 8, Atlanta 8. 2B Rivera, GPerry. HR Brooks (4), Virgil (4). s BSmilh. HBP Moseby by Langston. WP Davis Langston. BK Longston. T 2:27. A 0. cm. BASKETBALL BOXING NBA Playoff Glance Tuesday, May 10 Chicago at Detroit Dallas at Denver Utah at L.A. Lakers, (n) Wednesday, May 11 Atlanta at Boston, 8:30p.m. Thursday, May 12 Chicago at Detroit, 8 p.m. Dallas at Denver, 10 p.m. NBA Rookie of the Year 1988 Mark Jackson, New York 1987 Chuck Person, Indiana 1986 Patrick 6 wing. New York 1985 Michael Jordan, Chicago 1984 Ralph Sampson, Houston 1983 Terry Cummlngs, San Diego 1982 Buck Williams, New Jersey 1981 Darrell Griffith, Utah 1980 Larry Bird, Boston 1979 Phil Ford, Kansas City 1978 Walter Davis, Phoenix 1977 Adrian Dantley, Buffalo 1976 Alvan Adams, Phoenix 1975 Keith Wilkes, Golden State 1974 Ernie DIGregorio, Buffalo 1973 Bob McAdoo, Buffalo 1972 Sidney Wicks, Portland 1971 Dave Cowens, Boston and Geoff Petrle, Portland 1970 Lew Alcinder, Milwaukee 1969 Wes Unseld, Baltimore 1968 Earl Monroe, Baltimore 1967 Dave Blng, Detroit 1966 Rick Barry, Son Francisco 1965 Willis Reed, New York 1964 Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati 1963 Terry Dlschlnger, Chicago 1962 Walt Bellamy, Chicago 1961 Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati I960 Wilt Chamberlain, Phil. 1959 Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis 1958 Woody Sauldsberry, Phil. 1957 Tom Helnsohn, Boston 1956 Maurice Stokes, Rochester 1955 Bob Pettit, Milwaukee 1954 Ray Felix, Baltimore 1953 Don Melneke, Fort Wayne HOCKEY NHL Playoff Glance Monday, May 9 Campbell Conference Edmonton 4, Detroit 3, OT, Edmonton leads series 3-1 Tuesday, May 10 Wales Conference New Jersey at Boston Wednesday, May 11 Campbell Conference Detroit at Edmonton, 9:35 p.m. TENNIS Italian Open Singles First Round Jim Grabb, Tucson, Ariz., def. Menno Oosting, Netherlands, 7-5, 7-6, (7-4). Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia, def. Jaro Navratil, Czechoslovakia, 6-2, 6-4. Guv Forget, France, def. Massimo Nor-duccl, Italy, 6-3, 6-2. Paolo Cane, Italy, def. Jason Stoltenberg, Australia, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4. Andres Gomez (6), Ecuador, def. Mark Woodforde, Australia, 6-2, 6-4. Guillermo Perez-Roldon 04), Argentina, def. Jeremy Bates, Britain, 6-3, 6-2. Anders Jarryd (7), Sweden, def. Corrado Aprlll, Italy, 6-2, 6-1. Jim Pugh, Polos Verdes, Calif., def. Alberto Mancini, Argentina, 7-5, 6-3. Thierry WBC Ratings Heavyweight Mike Tyson 1. Frank Bruno, Britain. 2.Plnklon Thomas. 3. Trevor Berbick, Canada. 4Adilson Rodriguez, Brazil. S.Michael Spinks. 6 Jose Ribalta. 7. Carl Williams. B.Tim Witherspoon. 9. Razor Ruddock, Canada. lO.Tyrell Biggs. Cruiserwelght Evander Holyfleld l.Carlos de Leon, Puerto Rico. 2.Bert Cooper. 3. Michael Greer. 4.Taouflk Bal-bouli, Mauritania. 5Patrick Lamumba, Kenya. 6. Glenn McCrory, Britain. 7. Sammy Reeson, Britain. 8. Daniel Netto, Argentina. 9. Jose Motia Flores, Uruguay. lO.Angelo Bottoll, Italy. Light Heavyweight Don Lolonde, Canada 1. Leslie Stewart, Trinidad. 2. Tony Willis. 3.Ramzl Hassan. 4. Joe Losisi, Nigeria. 5.Tom Collins, Britain. 6. Dennis Andrles, Britain. 7.Fuigencio Obel-meiios, Venezuela. S.James minchen. 9. Bobby Czyz. 10. Eddie Davis. Middleweight Thomas Hearns l.Michoel Nunn. 2. Iran Barkley. 3. Lindell Holmes. 4.Herol Graham, Britain. 5. Michael Olaiide, Canada. 6.-Troy Darrell, Bermuda. 7. Roberto Duron, Ponama. 8 Juan D. Roldon, Argentina. 9. Mike McCallum, Jamaica. 10. Robbie Slmms. Super Welterweight Glanfranco Rosi, Italy I.John Mugobi, Uganda. 2.Don Curry. 3. Lupe Aquino. 4. Carlos Elliott, Japan. S.Robert Hlnes. 6. Darren Van Horn. 7.Duane Thomas. B.ln Chul Boek, South Korea. 9. Milton McGrory. 10.AI Long. Welterweight Lloyd Honeyghan, Britain l.Yungkll Chung, South Korea. 2. Thomas Molinares, Colombia. 3. Mark Breland. 4. Robin Williams. S.Jorge Vaca, Mexico. 6. Seeing Soon Lee, South Korea. 7.Klrkland Laing, Britain. S.Marcello Dl Croce, Argentina. 9.Helio Santana, Brazil. 10. Derrick Kelly. Super Lightweight Roger Mayweather I.Harold Brazier. 2. Sang Ho Lee, South Korea. 3. Rene Arredondo, Mexico. 4.Meldrlck Taylor. S.Kyungduk Ahn, South Korea. 6.Eungsik Kim, South Korea. 7.Casslus Clay Horn. S.Rodolfo Gonzalez, Mexico. 9. John Meekins. 10.-Frankie Warren. Lightweight Jose Luis Ramirez, Mexico 1. Julio C. Chavez, Mexico. 2.Pernell Whitaker. 3.Terrence AMI, Guyana. 4. Angel Hernandez, Puerto Rico. 5. Edwin Rosarlo, Puerto Rico. 6.Primo Ramos, Mexico. 7. Jose Duplessis. 8 Amanclo Castro, Colombia. 9 Chil-sung Chun, South Korea. 10. Alberto M. Cortes, Argentina. Super Featherweight Azumah Nelson, Ghana I.Lester Ellis, Australia. 2. Mario Martinez, Mexico. 3. Mario Miranda, Colombia. 4. Francisco Tomas Da Cruz, Brazil. 5.Johnny de la Rosa, Dominican Republic. 6. Roger Arevalo, Mexico. 7. Harold Knight. 8. Jean Marc Renard, Belgium. 9.Lupe Sudrez. 10. Tyrone Jackson. Featherweight Jeff Fenech, Australia 1. Tyrone Downes, Trinidad. 2. Hector AL LEADERS Montreal BSmilh W.2-2 Parrett Atlanta Giovrne L,l-5 Alvarez Echibgr H R ER BB SO G AB R H Pet. WinfieldNY 30 110 26 45 .409 CottoSea 26 96 17 39 .406 OBrienTex 29 101 15 38 .376 RavCal 29 113 15 41 .363 RHendson NY 30 122 32 44 . 361 LansfordOok 30 128 28 46 .359 ADavisSea 28 96, 17 34 .354 Carter Cle 29 114" 24 40 . 351 SlaughtNY 26 86 11 30 . 349 GBell Tor 30 117 18 40 . 342 HOME RUNS Canseco, Oakland, 9; Calderon, Chicago, 8; Hrbek, Minnesota, 8; 8 are tied with 7. RUNS BATTED IN Canseco, Oakland, 32; Winfield, New York, 31; Pagliarulo, New York, 28; ADavis, Seattle, 25; Braggs, Milwaukee, 25; Brett, Kansas City, 25; McGwire, Oakland, 24; Ray, California, 23. PITCHING (4 DECISIONS) Dotson, New York, 4-0, 1.000; Hurst, Boston, 5-0, 1.000; Stewart, Oakland, 8-0, 1.000; Swindell, Cleveland, 6-1, .857; Tanana, Detroit, 6-1, .857; Clemens, Boston, 5-1, .833; Can-diotti, Cleveland, 4-1, .800; Viola, Minnesota, 4-1, .800. BATTING (84 at bats) Winfield, New York, .409; Cotto, Seattle, .406; OBrien, Texas, .376; Ray, California, .363; RHenderson, New York, .361. RUNS Canseco, Oakland, 32; RHenderson, New York, 32; Lansford, Oakland, 28; Mattingly, New York, 27; Winfield, New York, 26. RBI Canseco, Oakland, 32; Winfield, New York, 31; Pa9liarulo, New York, 28; ADavis, Seattle, 25; Braggs, Milwaukee, 25; Brett, Kansas City, 25. HITS Lansford, Oakland, 46; Winfield, New York, 45; RHenderson, New York, 44; Ray, California, 41; Carter, Cleveland, 40; GBell, Toronto, 40. DOUBLES Ray, California, 13; Gladden, Minnesota, 12; Boggs, Boston, 10; GBell, Toronto, 10; 9 are tied with 9. TRIPLES Reynolds, Seattle, 4; Wilson, Kansas City, 4; 10 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS Canseco, Oakland, 9; Calderon, Chicago, 8; Hrbek, Minnesota, 8; 8 are tied with 7. STOLEN BASES RHenderson, New York, 31; Pettis, Detroit, 16; Canseco, Oakland, 12; Moseby, Toronto, 9; 4 are tied with 8. PITCHING Dotson, New York, 4-0, 1.000, 3.35; Hurst, Boston, 5-0, 1.000, 2.86; Stewart, Oakland, 8-0, 1.000, 2.42; Swindell, Cleveland, 6-1, .857, 2.34; Tanana, Detroit, 6-1, .857, 4.04. STRIKEOUTS Clemens, Boston, 83; Langston, Seattle, 63; Morris, Detroit, 55; Can-diotti, Cleveland, 43; Guzman, Texas, 43; Saberhagen, Kansas City, 43; Viola, Minnesota, 43. SAVES Eckerslev, Oakland, 12; Henne-man, Detroit, 10; Henke, Toronto, 7; Plesac, Milwaukee, 7; Thigpen, Chicago, 6; Williams, Texas, 6. 1 2-3 6 5 5 1 2 4 1-3 1 1 1 2 3 3 2 NO 0 0 1 H B P Galarraga bv Alvarez, DJames bv BSmilh, Paredes bv Alvarez. T 2:37. A 8,679. Braves scoring summary EXPOS SECOND: Wollach sin-gledto center. Galarroa struck out. Webser singled to let, Wallach to secon. Santovenia singld to center, Wallach to third, Webster to second. Rivera doubled to left, Wallach and Webster scored, Sontovenia to third. B.Smith grounded out to shortstop. Raines intentionally walked. Paredes singled to first, Santovenia scored, Rivera to thirdRaines to second. Brooks singled to left, Rivera and Raines scored, Paredes to third. Brooks to second on throw home. Alvarez relieved Glavine. Wallach grounded out to third. Expos S, Braves 0. EXPOS FIFTH: Paredes grounded out to second. Brooks homered to center. Wallach popped out to second. Galarraga hit bv pitch. Webster grounded out to second. Expos 6, Braves 0. BRAVES SEVENTH: Virgil homered to left. Oberkfell flied out to center. Gont struck out. Eichelberger struck out. Expos 6, Braves 1. Dodgers 6, Cubs 5 LUSANGELS CHICAGO abrhbi Sax 2b 7 12 1 MiDovisCf 6 2 10 Gibson If 7 3 3 1 Guerrer 3b 4 0 1 0 Hershisr p 0 0 0 0 Marshl lb 6 0 2 2 Heep rf 4 0 11 Deverex cf 2 0 1 0 Sciosciac 5 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet. Orlando 17 14 .548 Greenville 16 15 .516 Charlotte 14 17 .452 Columbus 12 19 .387 Jacksonville 12 19 387 WESTERN DIVISION Chattanooga 19 12 .613 Huntsville 19 12 .613 Memphis 16 15 .533 Birmingham 15 16 .484 Knoxville 15 16 .484 MONDAY Huntsville S, Charlotte 1 Greenville 5, Columbus 3 Birmingham 7, Jacksonville 5 Orlando 4, Knoxville 3 Chattanooga 7, Memphis 3 TUESDAY Huntsville at Charlotte Greenville at Columbus Jacksonville at Birmingham Orlando at Knoxville Chattanooga at Memphis WEDNESDAY No games scheduled GB 1 3 5 5 SOUTH ATLANTIC W L Pet. GB 22 9 .710 20 12 .625 IVi 14 18 .438 8V2 14 19 .424 9 12 19 .387 10 12 21 .364 11 Andesn pr Dempsv c Griffin ss Belcher p APeno p Orosco p JHowell p Slubbs ph Hotton p Homltn3b 0 0 0 0 Totals S3 6 12 5 abr h bi Sndbrg2b 6 110 DMrtnz cf 2 2 10 Jackson cf 3 0 2 0 Dawson rf 6 0 2 0 Palmeirlf 5 12 3 Grace lb 6 0 0 0 Law 3b 6 12 1 Berrvhllc 6 0 10 Dunston ss 6 0 1 1 Sutcliffep 10 0 0 Durhm ph 10 0 0 Capel p 0 0 0 0 Trilloph 10 0 0 DiPino p 0 0 0 0 Sndbrg ph 0 0 0 0 Muphry ph 1 0 0 0 Lancostr p 1 0 0 0 Totals 51 5 12 5 NORTHERN DIVISION Fayetteviile Spartanburg Asheviile Greensboro Charleston, WV Gastonia SOUTHERN DIVISION Myrtle Beach 21 12 .636 Augusta 19 14 .576 2 Charlestn.SC 19 14 .576 2 Savannah 16 17 .485 5Vz Columbia 15 17 .469 6 Sumter 10 22 .313 lO'z MONDAY Columbia 3. Asheviile 1 Charlstn, SC 2, Spartanburg 1,(10) Greensboro 4, Sumter 1 Savannah 6, Fayetteviile 0 Augusta 5, Gastonia 2 M. Beach 8, Charleston, W.Va. 7,(10) TUESDAY Gastonia at Augusta Spartanburg at Charleston, S.C. Asheviile at Columbia Charleston, W.Va. at Myrtle Beach Fayetteviile at Savannah Greensboro at Sumter WEDNESDAY Gastonia at Augusta Spartanburg at Charleston, S.C. Asheviile at Columbia Charleston, W.Va. at Myrtle Beach Fayetteviile at Savannah Greensboro at Sumter Monday's late boxes Athletics 3, Tigers 1 DETROIT OAKLAND abrhbi Pettis cf 4 0 10 Whitokr2b 4 0 2 0 DoEvns lb 4 0 0 0 Tramml ss 3 0 0 0 Nokesc 4 0 0 0 Lemon rf 3 0 0 0 Sheridan If 3 1 1 0 Brgmn dh 3 0 0 0 Salazar 3b 3 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 4 0 W L Pet. GB New York 21 11 .656 Milwaukee 18 11 .621 lta Detroit 18 12 .600 2 Boston 17 12 .586 2Vi Cleveland 17 13 .567 3 Toronto 13 18 .419 7'? Baltimore 4 26 .133 16 West Division W L Pet. GB Oakland 24 7 .774 Chicago 15 15 .500 8V2 Seattle 15 18 .455 10 Kansas City 14 17 .452 10 Texas 13 16 .448 10 California 13 19 .406 WVi Minnesota 11 18 .379 12 Chica9o3, Baltimore 0 Milwaukee 9, Minnesota 6 Boston 2, Kansas City 0 California 2, Cleveland 1 Oakland 3, Detroit 1 TUESDAY New York 17, Chicago 3 Seattle 4, Toronto 2 Milwaukee at Minnesota, (n) Boston at Kansas City, (n) Baltimore at Texas, (n) Cleveland at California, (n) Detroit at Oakland, (n) WEDNESDAY Detroit (Robinson 4-2) at Oakland (Ddvis 3-1 or Ontiveros 1-1), 3:15 p.m. Chicago (McDowell 2-2) at New York (Dot-son 4-0), 7:30p.m. Seattle (Swift 2-0) at Toronto (Stieb 3-3), 7:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Bosio 5-2) at Minnesota (Straker 0-1), 8:05p.m. Baltimore (Williamson 1-0) at Texas (Kil-gus 4-2), 8:35 p.m. Cleveland ( Yett 2-2) at California (Witt 1-4), 10:05 p.m. Only games scheduled NATIONAL East Division W L Pet. GB abrhbi Lonsfrd 3b 4 1 2 0 Javier If 3 0 10 Canseco rf 2 112 Porker dh 4 0 0 0 McGwir lb 4 0 0 0 Hassev c 4 0 3 0 DHedsn cf 3 10 0 Hubbrd 2b 3 0 10 Gallegoss 4 0 11 Totals 31 3 9 3 Los Angeles . Chicago 102 020 000 000 016 100 003 001 000 005 Detroit Oakland 001 000 0001 002 100 OOx 3 Game Winning RBI Gibson (2). E Sutcliffe, Dunston. DP Los Angeles 1, Chicago 2. LOB Los Angeles 10, Chicago 6. 2B Dawson, Berryhill, Palmeiro, Dunston. HR Sax (3), Gibson (6). SB MiDovis (2), Gibson (7). SF Palmeiro. IP H R ER BB SO Game Winning RBI Canseco (6). E Nokes, Lansford. DP Oakland 1. LOB Detroit 4, Oakland 9. 2B Whitaker. HR Canseco (9). SB Jo- vier (4). S DHenderson, Javier. Los Angeles Belcher APeno Orosco JHowell Holton w.1-0 Hershiser S,l Chicago Sutcliffe 5 Copel 2 DiPino 2 Lancaster L. 1-3 5 WP Capel. T 4:27. 5 2-3 1 2-3 1 1-3 1 1-3 3 1 -12,985. Detroit Morris L,3-4 Oakland Welch W.5-2 Eckerslev S,12 IP H R ER BB SO 3 3 3 11 Tulncna Cnnri nmt Da.I, D.,L., 1 1 West Germany,' 6-4,' 7-6 (7-1 ) . Tomos t!F"rV Smid, Czechoslovakia, def. Mikoel fl.fmV ,VY wl?,-" Pernfors (13), Sweden, 6-3, 6-1. Aaron Krlcksteln (16), Grosse Pointe, Mich., def. Javier Sanchez, Spain, 7-5, 6-2. Pedro Rebolledo, Chile, def. Joakim Nystrom (10), Sweden, 7-6, (7-4), 6-3. Jan Gunnarsson, Sweden, def. Eugenio Rossi, Italy, 6-3, 6-4. Yannick Noah (4), France, def. Eduardo Bengoechea, Argentina, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. Claudio Mezzodri (15), Switzerland, def. Omar Campo-rese, Italy, 6-2, 6-3. Andre Agassi (9), Las Vegas, Nev., def. Claudio Pistoles!, Italy, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2. Tore Meinecke, West Germany, def. Jlmmv Arias, Jericho, N.Y., 7-5, 6-0. Diego Nargiso, Italy, def. Emilio Sanchez (11), Spain, 7-6 (7-1), FOOTBALL Arena Football Standings w L Pet. PF PA Chicago Pittsburgh Detroit New York Los Angeles New England Monday's Game Detroit 54, New York 48 1.000 106 1.000 139 .500 105 .500 104 .000 87 .000 61 70 77 105 106 106 keys Dunbar G-Braves' win COLUMBUS, Ga. GOLF Area Heiaz Seniors: 1. Hugh Tinsley, 2. Herb Cun ningham, 3. W O. Weir, 4. Ken Bagwell. Closest to the pin No. 4 Glen Strick land, No. 8 Robert Tankersley, No. 15 Jack Gress, No. 17 Jim West. Green Vallnv The Ladles day (odd hole): Flight A Prnnntiiiu r . l i i low gross eiaine Kent 41. low nei Greenville Braves thrashed Co- charlotte wngiev 34. low putts swriey lurnbus 5-2 Tuesday night in gX7tSMi! Southern League baseball action, putts Dorothy Harrison 34. Graniteville native Tommy Men's (two-mon best boll) : Flight A Dunhar SPr thf racp whpn he. loH Jesf Stewart, Don Lunsford, Bill Flight C: 1. M. Purvlonce. 2. C McNabb. 3. N. Lamping. Flight O: 1. B. O'Dav. 2. P. Mace. 3. J. Reppert. Riverside Low Gross-Low Net: (LG) Rachel McCalla. (LN) Clara Lee Shive. 2. Louise Green. Greenville CC Pnae-Cnrl I nnril. Wnrmn Hunt. Vnrt tne G-craves to an early l-u lead, voras,- Flight b - Sherwood stroud- r-v u j vi j i j cc ,l Hubert Ross, Jack Williams-Bill Digby, Dunbar doubled to lead off the bmi Butier-Ken ouast,- Flight c - QPrnnrl innino anri crniwl nn an Frank Plescla-Morgan Smith, Voris Second inning, ana SCOrea On an Fobik-EdCahall, Cliff Anderson-Miles Ed Whited Single. Thompson. Mark Lemke kept the game FlightA:M.Ml"rcV2.VJ.Gaganet.3. alive when he sinpled in thp "ie) M-MochT' c. Aibertz. Flight b: 1. , " , w"Cll lie blllgieu HI illc Banks. 2. B. Weideman. 3. F. Foley. rourtn ana moved to tnird on a two-base error by Calvin James. Lemke scored on a sacrifice fly by Dunbar. Greenville scored another run in thf cpventh nnH Romi Tnnoc Men'$ Twilight . . " V '""l-', Dovld Thrallklll and Jack Denton ana wnitea Capped OtI the SCOr- Upcountry Senior Golf Association ing in the eighth and ninth innings with solo homers. If Knoxville beat Orlando Tuesday night, Greenville (17-15) would be tied for first place. Greenville takes the day off Wednesday, but returns to action Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in Memphis. Dale Polley (1-1) is the scheduled starter. las, Puerto Rico. 6. Marcos Villasana, Mexico. 7. Javier Marquez, Mexico. 8 Samart Payakarum, Thailand. 9. Robert Rivera, Puerto Rico. 10. Miguel Francia, Argentina. Super Bantamweight Daniel Zaragoza, Mexico l.Seung Hoon Lee, South Korea. 2.Loris Stecca, Italy. 3. Jesse Beno-vides. 4 Valerlo Nati, Italy. S.Luis Men-dozo, Colombia. 6. Louie Espinoza. 7,Dowmal Slthkodom, Thailand. S.Steve McCrory. 9. Jorge Ramirez. 10. Mark Horikoshl, Japan. Bantamweight Miguel Lora, Colombia l.Cardenlo Ulloa, Chile. 2. Alberto Dovila. S.Lucio Lopez, Argentina. 4. Hurley Sneod. 5. Raul Perez, Mexico. 6.Frankie Duarte. 7.Kaokor Golaxy, Thailand. S.Changyong Park, South Korea. 9. Chun Huh, South Korea. lO.Lulsito Espinoza, Philippines. Super Flyweight Gilberto Roman, Mexico l.Juan Carazo, Puerto Rico. 2 Bebys 142 Sugar Rolas, Colombia. S.Santos Loci- ar, Argemtna. 4.n.iyosm naianoKa, Japan. S.Juan Polo, Colombia. Yo-shiyuki Uchlda, Japan. 7.Armondo Castro, Mexico. S.Orlando Canizales. 9.-Chango Choi, South Korea. lO.Sungkil Moon, South Korea. Flyweight Sot Chltalada, Thailand l.Duke McKenzie, Britain. 2. Adrian Roman, Argentina. 3 Yulwoo Lee, South Korea. 4. Miguel Mercedes, Dominican Republic. 5. Leopard Tamaku-ma, Japan. 6 Soonloong Kang, South Korea. 7.Shunlchl Nakaiima, Japan. S.Javier Lucas, Mexico. 9.Emll Mat-shushima, Japan. 10. Tony de Luca. Light Flyweight Jungkoo Chong, South Korea 1. German Torres, Mexico. 2. Isidro Perez, Mexico. 3. Humberto Gonzalez, Mexico. 4. Francisco Teiedor, Colombia. 5. Yongkang Kim, South Korea. 6. Jose de Jesus, Puerto Rico. 7. Hideyuki Ohashi, Japan. 8. Morlo Demarco, Argentina. 9. Agustin Garcia, Colombia. 10. Kotsuml Komlyama, Japan. Strawwelght Hlrokl loka, Japan 1. Kyung Yung Lee, South Korea. 2. Sungwoo Lee, South Korea. 3. Pretty Boy Lucas, Philippines. 4. Santiago Mendez, Mexico. 5. Javier Varguez, Mexico. 6. Francisco Montiel, Mexico. 7. Eric Chavez, Philippines. 8. Efren Pinto, Mexico. 9. Ricardo Lopez, Mexico. 10. Jose Lagos, Argentina. TODAY IN BASEBALL HBP- 9,275. MISC. GREENVILLE obrhbi Hood, cf Jones.lt Lemke,2b Dunbar, rf Beacham.rf Whited,3b Densen,1b Bell.c Alva.ss Blnknshp,p Malthews.p COLUMBUS 4 0 0 0 4 111 4 12 0 2 2 2 1 10 0 0 4 12 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 James, cf ElliotUb abrhbi 4 0 11 4 0 10 Colom'bino,3b 4 1 3 0 45 Individual Low net: First Flight, Joe Martin, Roy Spann, Lewis McDonald, Bob Young, Lee Moon, Don Hoffman, Jack Jennings, Darrell Werts; Second Flight: Connie Hofelich, Sam Kay, Marvin Babcock, Earle Davenport, Reed Shields, Fred Zauner, George Grewe, Jim Groves. Summersert Ladlei Day Best Front Nine Betty Collins. Best Back Nine Ann Allen. High school Hanna 167, Daniel 173 Hanna: Fautter 38, Faust 40, Padgett 43, McDougald 46. Daniel: Brown 39, Ferguson 42, Palmer 45, Anderson 47. Walhollo 177, Liberty 196 West-Oak 197 Walhalla: Smith 38, Roach 45, P. Orr Furman Award Winners Janlne Turner, Edna Hartness Athlete of the Year; Lucy Dunn, Elizabeth Blackwell Academic Achievement Award; Tandy Purry, Purple Heart Award; Janlne Turner, MVP Volley-boll; Lynda Newman, MVP Volleyball; Lucy Dunn, MVP Basketball; Angel Myers, MVP Swimming; Kris Lofve, MVP Golf; Karen Kelly, MVP Tennis; Janlne Turner MVP Softball; Kathy Pownoll, MVP Cross Country; Nicole Lewis MVP Track; Karen Dixon, MVP Field Events. SCOREBOARD New York at Houston 8:35p.m. EDT). Dwight Gooden (6-0) pitches for the Mets against Mike Scott (4-0). Scott is 2-7 lifetime against the Mets, but in the 1986 playoffs he beat them twice allowing one run in 18 innings. In the Totals past, the Mets have accused Scott of scuffing the ball. STATS Larry McWilliams, who was signed by St. Louis as a non-roster free agent in February, has a 0.84 E RA and a 2-0 record in nine relief appearances and two starts. ... Jerry Reuss won the the 200th game of his career Monday, 3-0 over Baltimore. Reuss became the 86th pitcher to reach the 200-win plateau. Reuss ioins Milt Poppas, who won 209 games in a 17-year career, as the only pitchers to win 200 without posting a 20-win season. ... Oakland reliever Dennis Eckerslev (12 saves in 13 games) has retired 46 of the 52 batters he has faced this year. STREAK S Outfielder Shane Mack, who was recalled from Class AAA Las Vegas by San Diego on Monday, had a 27-game hitting streak stopped on Sunday. ... Oakland beat Detroit 3-1 Monday to extend its winning streak to 14 games, the longest in the maior leagues since Kansas City won 16 straight in 1977. SWINGS Los Angeles shortstop Alfredo Griffin has three bases-loaded triples this season. Mariano Duncan, the Dodgers' shortstop for parts of the last two years, had one triple in 668 ot-bats in 1986 and '87. SLUMPS Baltimore lost to the Chicago White Sox 3-0 Monday and Mike Boddicker took the loss, his seventh without a victory this season. Boddicker has lost his last 12 decisions, an Orioles record. He last won on Sept. 4, 1987 over Oakland. In only two of Boddicker's 12 starts in the streak have the Orioles scored more than three runs. SHUTOUTS Danny Jackson pitched his second straight two-hitter against the Phillies as Cincinnati beat Philadelphia 2-0 Monday. In his lost four starts, Jackson has allowed two earned runs and his earned run overage is 2.04. He also pitched two-hitter against the Phillies in his last start on May 4, a 3-1 victory in Cincinnati. It was Jackson's second shutout of the season and the eighth of his career. Philadelphia batters are now 4-for-54 against him, an .073 overage. STRIKEOUTS Roger Clemens struck out 16 os Boston beat Kansas City 2-0 Monday. He struck out the the game. Clemens' Pirates 6, Giants 2 SANFRAN PITTSBURGH abrhbi Aldretecf 4 0 11 RThpsn 2b 4 0 2 0 Clark lb 3 111 Mitchll3b 3 0 0 0 Leonard If 2 0 0 0 Mldndo rf 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 110 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Melvin c Hamakr p Uribe ss Downs p Garrelts p Brenly c ab r h bi Bonds If 4 112 Lind2b 5 13 2 VanSlvkcf 5 12 0 Coles 3b 2 0 0 0 Golt p 0 0 0 0 RReyldsrf 4 0 12 Millignlb 2 0 0 0 BJones p Bon i I lo 3b LVIIrec Fermin ss MDiaz ph Belliard ss Polociosp Bream lb Welch pitched lo 1 batter in the 9th. BK Welch 2, Morris. T 2:27. A 35,300. Giants 8, Pirates 6 SANFRAN PITTSBURGH abrhbi Butler cf 5 0 0 0 RThpsn 2b 6 2 3 1 Clark lb 5 12 1 Milchll3b 5 2 4 3 Leonard If 5 13 2 Mldndo rf 5 110 Lelferts p 0 0 0 0 Brenly c 5 0 0 0 Uribe ss 4 0 10 Krukow p 2 0 0 0 DRobisn p 0 0 0 0 Aldreterf 2 12 0 New York 21 8 , .724 Pittsburgh 20 11 .645 2 Chicago 15 15 .500 6V2 Montreal 15 15 .500 6V2 St. Louis 13 17 .433 8'? Philadelphia 10 19 .345 11 West Division W L Pet. GB Los Angeles 19 9 .679 Houston 17 12 .586 2'z Cincinnati . 16 16 .500 5 S.F. 15 17 .469 6 San Diego 10 19 .345 9'2 Atlanta 8 21 .276 ITz 0000 1010 3 110 3 110 10 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 abr h bi Bonds II 5 12 1 Lind2b 5 0 11 VanSlvk cf 5 1 1 0 Bonillo3b 4 2 2 2 Bream lb 5 0 0 0 RReyldsrf 4 0 0 1 Ortiz c 4 0 10 Fermin ss 2 2 10 Dunne p 10 0 0 Medvin p 0 0 0 0 Cangelsph 10 10 BJones p 0 0 0 0 Coles ph 0 0 0 0 J Robnsn p 0 0 0 0 Millignph 10 11 Kipper p 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 610 6 San Francisco Pittsburgh 010 120 0408 100 011 2106 28 2 5 2 Totals 33 6 10 6 San Francisco Pittsburgh 001 100 0002 2)0 000 03x 6 Game Winning RBI RRevnolds (2). DP Son Francisco 1, Pittsburgh 2. LOB San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 9. 2B Game Winning RBI Clark (3). E Bonilla 2, Fermin 2, RRevnolds 2. LOB San Francisco 12, Pittsburgh 8. 2B Clark 2, Mitchell 2, VonSlvke, Mil-ligan. 3B Bonds. HR Bonds (6), Mitchell (4), Bonilla (9), Leonard (1). SB Uribe (3), Aldrete (3). S Krukow. MONDAY Los Angeles at Chicago, ppd., rain San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 6 Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 0 Atlanta 9, Montreal 8 Houston 6, New York 2 St. Louis 7, San Diego 1 TUESDAY Los Angeles 6, Chicago 5, 14 innings Montreal 6, Atlanta 1 Pittsburgh 6, San Francisco 2 Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia 1 New York at Houston, (n) San Diego at St. Louis, (n) WEDNESDAY San Diego (Grant 0-3) at Chicago (Maddux 5-2), 2:20 p.m. Montreal (Heaton 0-1) at Atlanta (Coffman 1-2), 5:40 p.m. Los Angeles (Valenzuela 3-3) at Pittsburgh (Walk4-1), 7:05p.m. Cincinnati (Rasmussen 1-3) at Philadelphia (Rawlev 1-5), 7:35 p.m. New York (Gooden 6-0) at Houston (Scott 4-0), 8:35 p.m. San Francisco (Mulholland 0-0) at St. Louis (O'Neal 2-2), 8:35 p.m. VanSlvke, Bonil Bonds. HR Clark (6). IP San Francisco Downs L.0-3 Garrelts Homaker Pittsburgh Palacios W,l-2 BJones Got! S.5 3B Uribe, H R ER BB SO 21-3 3 2-3 2 5 2 2 -Coles by Downs. T 2:44. A- San Francisco Krukow DRobison W.2-1 Lelferts S,2 Pittsburgh Dunne Medvin BJones J Robinson L,2-l Kipper WP-6,388. IP 5 2-3 1 1-3 2 4 1 1 2 1 H R ER BB SO -BJones, Krukow. T 3:05. A- Reds 10, Phillies 1 CINCINNATI PHI LA abrhbi Larkinss 4 2 l 0 Tredwy 2b 0 0 0 0 Sabo3b 5 2 3 0 Daniels If 4 112 3 2 2 1 10 0 1 3 0 2 2 10 0 0 4 111 5 12 2 4 0 0 0 NOTES E Davis cf ONeill rf Esasky lb McCInd lb RRonck rf BDiaz c Cncpcn 2b Brownng p 4 1 1 0 Totals 381013 9 abr h bi Dernier cf 4 0 2 1 Bradley If Samuel 2b Parrish c Haves lb CJames rf Almon 3b Ritchie p Jeltzss Carman p Clav p MYong ph Dawley p Aguovo 3b Totals 4 0 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 31 1 6 1 Cincinnati Philadelphia 500 000 23010 001 000 000 1 Game Winning RBI EDovis (5). E Hayes. DP Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 1. LOB Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 5. 2B RRoenicke, Jeltz, BDiaz. 3B Jellz. HR BDiaz (5). SB Dernier 16), Sobo (13), EDavis (15). S Browning. IP Cincinnati Browning W,l-0 Philadelphia Carman L.3-3 Clay Dawley Ritchie T- H R ER BB SO 1 1 2 1-3 5 5 5 2 2-3 1 0 0 2 1-3 6 5 5 12-3 1 0 0 Lorkin bv Carman. BK-2:29. A 22,626. NL LEADERS in 67 innings. TRANSACTIONS Totals 34 5 8 5 Afenir,rf Cooper, If Johnson,lb. Wallers.c Rohde.ss Dunster,p Wells.p Brock, ph Mever,p Totals 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 10 0 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 1 I 2 Liberty: Zorn 37, Littleton 49, McJun- kin 52, Hollldav58 West-Oak: Carter 42, Derrick 50, Cheeks 52, Blackwell 53 BMP 165, Wren 170 BHP: Flowers 40, Smith 41, Martin 41, Davis 42. Wren: Clark 39, Fowler 39, Hobbs 42, SwillenSO. Greenville Columbus 010 100 111 5 000 000 0112 CYCLING Tour of Spain 119.1-mlle race. Erv , ... , i, nnurnieu nermann, neiiiwt iuiius, m Densen, James. DP Greenville 2. LOB k..,. - , i -i-.i. oreenvine j, Loiumous4. 2B Dunbar, Col- rhimmi niJ .. i i,uon one-veor contracts Game Winning RBI Whited. BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Activated Don Aase, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. Released Tito Lan-drum, outfielder. NEW YORK YANKEES Activated Neil Allen, pitcher, from the 21-djy disabled list. Placed Chris Chambliss, first baseman, on waivers for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. SEATTLE MARINERS Called up Edgar Martinez, Intielder, from Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. Placed Mario Dloz, Inflelder, on the 15-day disabled list. BASKETBALL (NBA) PHOENIX SUNS Named Cotton Fitzsimmons head coach and Paul Westphal assistant coach. FOOTBALL (NFL) ATLANTA FALCONS Troded Andrew Provence, defensive lineman, to the Denver Broncos for a 10th-round draft choice In 1989. CHICAGO BEARS Signed William Bel), safety, and Keith Blue, guard, to four homers and 13 runs batted in while playing in seven games during the week. Andre Dawson of Chicago was named the NL Plaver of the Week on Monday. Dawson hit .391 last week with nine hits in 23 ot-bas in six games. He had two doubles, three homers, drove in nine runs, scored five runs and had a .517 on-base aver age. STATUS Steve Bedrosian, who started the G AB R H Pet. Guerrero LA 26 97 13 35 .361 GalrrgMon 29 118 23 42 .356 Bonilla Pit 30 119 25 41 .345 Palmeiro Chi 29 108 18 37 . 343 StrowbryNY 29 100 21 33 .330 Dawson Chi 29 116 19 38 . 328 OSmilhSIL 29 110 15 34 . 309 LarkinCin 31 134 21 40 .299 MorelandSD 27 98 6 29 .296 Law Chi 27 105 14 31 .295 Pirates' home win streak continues AP reports R.J. Reynolds, Jose Lind and Barry Bonds each drove in two runs as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the San Francisco Giants 6-2 Tuesday night. Vicente Palacios, 1-2, allowed two runs and three hits over five innings for the victory as the Pirates won for the 11th time in 14 home games. Palacios, Barry Jones and Jim Gott combined on a four-hitter, with Jones and Gott pitching two scoreless innings each. Gott finished up for his fifth save. Lind, the only Pirate to start all 31 of the team's games, singled with one out in the first and moved to third on Andy Van Slyke's double. Giants starter Kelly Downs, 0-3, retired Darnell Coles on a line drive for the second out, but Reynolds' Other notable players participating shamlv hit sinolp fn Ipft marip it 5-0 in the Opening Day ceremonies will r J Ten;g19IeFanmero,rcahVrrs Felix Fermin singled with one out in tne second, movea to secona when Bonds walked and scored on The Equitable Old-Timers Series will open its third season Saturday, May 14 at Boston's Fenwav Park when a team of Red Sox Old-Timers takes on the Equitable All-Stars at 1:05 p.m. Boston is the first stop on the Series' 26-game tour of maior-league ballparks that will run throughout the summer until its conclusion in Detroit, Sept. 18. For the third consecutive season The Equitable will contribute S10.000 at each old-timers game to the Baseball Alumni Team fund, created to benefit former maior-league players in need. The year 1948 will provide the focus for Opening Day. The 40th anniversary of the first American League pennant playoff between the Red Sox and Cleveland Indians will highlight the day's festivities. The playoff game, won bv the Indians, denied the city its first all-Boston World Series as the Braves won the National League crown that vear. Players from all three of those clubs, including former Red Sox Bobby Doerr, Johhny Pesky and Mel Parnell, will return to Fenway to recall the October memories they shared in '48. Heading the All-Stars will be former Indians Lou Boudreau, Bob Feller and Larry Doby, and ex-Braves Warren Spahn, Tommy Holmes and Johnny Sain. Bob Gibson and Robin Roberts. The Equitable Series moves on to Chicago's Comiskev Park, Saturday, HOME RUNS Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 9; Dawson, Chicago, 9; Strawberry, New York, 9; Carter, New York, 7; GDavis, Houston, 7; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 6; Galarraga, Montreal, 6; Sabo, Cincinnati, 6. RUNS BATTED IN Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 26; GDavis, Houston, 25; Parrish, Philadelphia, Philadelphia reliever York' "; Dw" ,in u,h .wi.rt ih. son, Chicago, 22; Guerrero, Los An- season on the disabled list, has joined Be'es, 22; Strawberry, New York, 21 ; the Class AAA Maine Phillies for """'"' m-usu, , nnursnui., rehabilitation purposes. Bedrosian Los Angeles, 20. pitched the eighth inning for Maine PITC",N( (4Pe,c's,?'!Si u Monday, striking out two and throw- Gooden, New York, 6-0, L0O0; Her-ing 15 pitches. The right-hander had shiser, Los Angeles, 6-0, 1.000; Knep-pneumonia and pleurisy that caused Per, Houston, 4-0, 1.000; Scott, Hous-him to miss most of spring training. 'on. 4-0. 1.000; DJackson, Cincinnati, SIDELINED Atlanta placed re- J.-1, .833; Reuschel, San Francisco, lief pitcher Jim Acker on the 15-day S-1'.,-83.-' R'10' ?,"c1,n2!' 40' -800'' disabled list Monday with an injured walk, Pittsburgh, 4-1, .800. nuht e bow. Acker initireri the how r i i rrvj Dodgers 6, Cubs 5: Kirk Gib son's home run with two outs in the nals and a Cubs All-Star contingent. White Sox fans should keep faith their team will stay in Chicago and nnt mniia tn CO Datarchi irn Cln nn aide to Gov. james r. Thompson 14th innine eave the Los Angeles Dodgers a victory over the host Chicago Cubs. said Tuesdoy But week-long negotiations on a new White Sox stadium have broken off, no new talks are planned and state officials say the club is "playing both ends against the middle The homer, off reliever Les Lan- There's no plans to get together ra:tpr 1-3 was flihcnn's siYth nf thp with the Sox, ond if we do, we'll have ,n uj to start all over from Square One," SeaSOn. Brian HOltOn, 1-0, pitched fnShTn Pe,r,n' three innings of one-hit ball for the The governor's offer to club owners Victory. Jerry Reinsdorf ond Eddie Einhorn J" pet?iniex2pfalr!eded Monday ni9ht' Orel Hershiser, a regular starter, Maybe the Kansas citv Rovois pitched the 14th inning for the eVnslangeaVienr.5Corea9ains, Ro9erClem" Dodgers to earn a save. He had Boston's powerful right-hander mnHp tun rpliof annparanepe Incr shut down the slumping Royals on , ... vv r lyni eiuuw, hlkiii iniui hi lire eiwn .. ...w.u...r-..9 . . , , while pitching during Sunday's game Guerrero, Los Angeles, .361 ; Golar- three hits Monday night while year When he had One Save. - n . i . . n . mnn Unntronl TiA - Brut i I In PitrC. mr-nr Mini, r iS.w.i-r.i- "it., r r-.r- r U naninst Phiinrioinhin nr Rnhert raga, MOnireai, J56; Bonilla, rins- Wells. a team suraeon. dinanod the burgh, .345; Palmeiro, Chicago, .343; lumbino. HR Jones, Whited. SB Lemke, uunbar, uensen. SF Dunbar. Greenville Blankenship (W.3-2-Matthews (S-5) Columbus Dunstcr, (L.2-3) IP -7to 1 H R ER BB SO 7 7 4 3 0 6 Wells i i3 0 0 0 0 0 wever 1 f 1 1 a 0 BALK Matthews. BP Bell. T 2:21. A 382. Brobant, Belgium, same time. 4, Jean Claude Bagot, France, same time. 5, Mauro Santaromlta, Italy, same time. 6, Erwin Nliboer, Netherlands, :02 behind. 7, Malcom Elliot, Britain, :01:34. 8, Jose Enrique Carrera, Spain, same time. 9, Alexandre Rua, Portugal, same time. 10, Sean Kelly, Ireland, some time. Overall Standings 1, Anselmo Fuerte, Spain, 66 hours, 44 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Signed Brett Perriman, wide receiver, to a three-year contract, and Paul Coffman, tight end, to a one-year cntroct. COLLEGE ARIZONA STATE Named Lovle Smith outside linebacker coach. AREA LANDER COLLEGE Announced the signing of Mandy Bryant of Elber-ton, Go., to a Softball grant-in-aid. problem as torn muscle fibers in the elbow. Tony Gwvnn was placed on the 21-day disabled list bv San Diego Monday because of a severely sprained right thumb. Gwynn suffered the in-iury on Saturday at Three Rivers Stadium In Pittsburgh. His thumb has been placed in a cast and will be examined Friday in San Diego by Dr. Merlin Hamer. SCOUTING Shortshop Randy Velarde of Columbus (Yankees) was named the International League nlnu, n I fh iubb. nn UnnHnu . lorae nit .435 in seven games, scoring -r,M5uuv1' -ul ' -ii.c.m.iuii, six runs. His 10 hits including three 40; Dawson, Chicago, 38; Palmeiro, home runs ond accounted for 10 RBI. Chicago, 37. Strawberry, New York, .330. RUNS Bonilla. Pittsburgh, 25; Galarraga, Montreal, 23; Gibson, Las Angeles, 22; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 21; Larkin, Cincinnati, 21; Raines, Montreal, 21; Strawberry, New York, 21. RBI Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 26; GDavis, Houston, 25; Parrish, Philadelphia, 24; KHernandez, New York, 23; Dawson, Chicago, 22; Guerrero, Los Angeles, 22. HITS Galarraga, Montreal, 42; Bonilla, Mariners 4, Blue, Jays 2: Mark recording a Kansas City-record 14 strikeouts. i r wus v-iciiieiia inn u sii uiym snui- . . . . , y. j r out of Kansas City, a string of 29 con- LangStOn Struck OUt 16, and Key secutive scoreless innings dating to m.inAnoc Hmuo in turn nine tirith a April 17, 1986. For his career, Clem- v"'"""' " "" ens is 7-1 against the Royals, who have scored iust two earned runs off the two-time Cy Young Award winner in 42 innings going back to 1985. single and double as the Seattle Mariners added to the Toronto Blue Jays' miseries with a victory. Langston, 3-3, bettered his career-high in strikeouts by one and Tuesdovs south caroiina-David- equalled the season-high by Roger son baseball game wos.rained out 7 c i- . . tr 1 after 3Vi innings Tuesday with the Clemens Of BOSt& against Kansas Gamecocks leading 6-1. The game pitu ftfnnHnv nioht will not be rescheduled. City MOnaay nigni. COLLEGE

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