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( r •F 'Altobna Mirror • Saturday, May 31,1997 PageC4 ALTOONA MIRROR SPORTS AT A GLANCE Irabu may be in majors soon NEW YORK -George Steinbrenner admits he's never seen Hideki Irabu throw a single pitch, in person or otherwise. Starting in a few days, the New York Yankees owner will get his chance. Irabu, already baseball's most celebrated rookie since Michael Jordan, will •.make his American pro :<lebut next Friday night Tor Class A Tampa and could be pitching for the Yankees before the All- Star break. ' "I don't know how I'll do. I'll just do my best to try to contribute," Irabu said through a translator Friday at Yankee Stadium. Johnson named in lawsuit • LOS ANGELES—A woman who says she is pregnant with the child of New York Knicks forward .: Larry Johnson is suing •him for $7.2 million, •claiming he tried to get a former teammate to . intimidate her into having .an abortion. • Laura Tate alleges sexual battery assault and emotional distress in the lawsuit filed Friday in Superior Court. She is seeking $12 million in general and unspecified punitive damages. -V Portland Trail Blazers , forward Stacey Augmon —a former teammate of Johnson's at UNLV — is " also named as a defendant • in the suit Phelps no longer DePaul candidate '- CHICAGO-ESPN analyst and former Notre Dame basketball coach bigger Phelps withdrew his name from consideration for the coaching ; vacancy at DePaul ; University the Chicago ' Sun-Times reports. ' Phelps was considered . as a replacement for Joey .Meyei; who resigned as head coach April 28 after - leading the Blue Demons to a 3-23 season with a 1-13 mark in Conference USA. Area bowlers J performing well ; READING—Area ; bowlers are doing well in •the 58th annual v Pennsylvania State * Bowling Association ' Championships. >. Mike Harpster dropped to second place in the sin- :gles competition in both scratch and handicap divi- •sions.HehasTTTin Iscratch and 836 in handi- .cap. Jesse Stryker of Troy •is the new leader with 807 '.and 858. ; The doubles team of •Ron Bentcm Sr. and Ron iBentonJr.isholding ;down second in the handicap division with 1531, Xvhile Frank Goss and iScott Richardson are tied for fifth with an actual 'score of 1388. ; In handicap all-events •Ron Benton Jr. is seventh .with 2257. Yesteryear : 50YEARSAGO- ;May31,1947:The Juniata Legion beat the Middle Division 9-2 in Greater City League baseball action. Thomas (ib) and Steindel (ss) each had three hits for Juniata, 25YEARSAGO — May 31, 1972: Joseph Skelley, a 1959 graduate of Attoona Catholic High .School, was appoint^ assistant football coach at (he Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. From Mirror, wire reports BASEBALL National League EaslDivisiw W L 16 20 23 Padres 9, Astros 2 SAN OiEEO HOUSTON ab i hb) i 5120 Bpggio 2D American Atlanta Florida New York.... 36 31 29 27 19 33 Central Division Pittsburijti 26 Houston „ 26 5t Louis 23 Chicago 20 Cincimati 20 .692 .608 .558 .629 .365 Pet .500 .491 .«! .385 .377 GYl^Ttflfl SFrteycf tb r hK 4110 4120 2011 3011 4 0 0 0 35 Gomeiss 3 Ffcerty c 5 Cnnanep Lwigslph TOtolp 1 2 2 IHnrt rl 2100 &?*«J 1b 5122 LGnzIZ I 5001 Berry 30 0000 Giertejss 4000 2000 Asmusc 3000 5130 JMoumd 1 I 0 Ho«p 5 } 1 1 RGiciap 3123 KRrflOSJ* t> 0 Ltmap 0 0» Lslachph Kudekp 4000 r 0 0 0 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 1010 32 2 < 2 Baltimore KenVork 2B 25 Toronto 25 24 Bstro.1 23 27 Boston 22 28 Central Division ._ VV L Cleveland 27 23 MiMaukee 24 25 Chicago 23 27 Kansas City 23 27 Mrinesota „ 22 30 W«t Division Pet GB .700 — .528 8'i .510 - 9'i .460 12 .440 13 Pet .540 .490 .460 .460 .423 Pet .549 .540 .519 SB Royals 3, Rangers 2 KANSAS CITY "TEXAS ab f hU OffrmnSC TGAmd RoteflsH COavistSi JBetss Darpxxlrf Kjvj-b Cooper 36 Mdrlnec AUTO RACING GOLF 0 1 0 Dvrauxrf 0 1 0 Greal D 1 0 ajGrizdri 1 I 0 WOarklb l 2 2 Palmer 36 pin , 1, tpl 4000 10 PGA IIEHORIALTOllflNAittNT TotaU 36 KMMiCity Tun 1 3 I 4000 3020 1000 000 DCOH»a 0000 KMrodc 2000 Ne*sonph 1000 <Uss 3000 IRdrgz ph 1000 393 Totals 33 2 9 2 030 000 100 100 Busch Grand National - GOOOWflEMCH 200, UKEUP 4020 Lineup lor On an-0ood»rencli 200 Butch Scorw Friday after the tKoai round of 3011 Brand Nalioruu race Saturday it Dover "» "•' mllllon «»r»ort«l Tourrammt,; Grand rwiporuu race Miuraav ir, uovo ^^ ^ ^ 7| , SJ . y ^ ,„, j^g^l UulrWd Village GoH Club: driver, hometown, type olcwi speed in mpn: 1. (64) DBcTrckie. Wisconsin Rapids. VYs.. CfievToH. 148926. 2. (44) Bottjy Ls&onte. Corpus Christ, Texas, Pontiac. 148 908. 3. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christi. Texas. ChevroM. 148.118. 4. (38) Elton Sawyer. Gtr/Boros JimFuryk LeeJanzen_ Frank Nob«k> Birty Andrade TmlHenon 7iM5—135! -6M4-136; 71-66—137 j 7M7—1371 -71^7-1381 136-72-1381 Colorado..... 23 41? .... SanCSeoo . 21 Fridiy CiictvutiS, CNcaooCubsl PiBsburgh'10, Montreal 2 N.Y.MpjIsJ.mtekHXiiaa St Louis 2. Los Angeles 1 FtaWa4.ColMiloTl2inn.Tios Atoila3.SanFanc.sco2 San Kego 9. Houston S Stlurtay Coto(adolRa244)a1Fkxxla(Biovm5-2), 1:15 pm. Cncroati (Morgan 2-1) aldiicaso Cubs (Foster 6-3), P.DSpm Los Angeles (Vaktes 3-5) al SI. Louis , , OP^ B. Houston s. 2B-CHn(racco (5), e^im(11).THOTran)(r).Bag«l!17).3B— Cpjtinane(l).HR— SRnIey(S). SanDiego IP H H EH BB SO 31136 31 124 apiwisn.jW.3-16 TiW«re»S1 3 Houston "" .,, 34 HuoVk 1 (Loato4.).7:rep.m. FWadelpnia(Leitei4.5)alN.Y.MeIs (ReynosoM).7:10p.,l San Francisco (Vanlamftigham 2-3) a! MlamaltfeigleT-UT.IIHim. San DieoolHtehcoc* 4-5) al Houston (Reynolds 4-1). 8:05 pm Sa "to* San Francisco al Atlanta, 1.10 p.m. HBP-oy lira (Gome;). PB-AUSTOJS. Umpirp^-Home.OavisiF!r!il.FUipuano; Second Potter Ttiid Tata T-«i«,»p«,v Marlins 4 Rockies 1 Marlins 4, HOCKI6S 3 COLOHADO FLORIDA a r hK abrnu ttYnpj» 6 0 0 0 LCsStoa, 5 1 2 0 Buriad i 0 OORniwiass 6001 LWatarl 3100 WhSsd 5120 GlngiK, 3 2 l l SUM if 2000 ^ t 40,,^, 5 0 „ „ ""^^ l 0 OOBcxfcSij 502, Teas 8, Seattle 2 Fitdiy Boston 10. N.Y. Yankees 4 BaWnxxe 3, Clweland 0 rVBwaukM 5, CWcagoVmia Sox 0 Kansas (My 3. Texas 2 MimiesoU al Jtaaheto (n) feM al Seattle (n) Toronto al OaUand (n) sitintoy N.Y. Yankees (Penile 6-3) al Boslon (WakeM 1-3), 1«pm Cleveland (Kerehiser 5-2) al Baltimore (Johnson M), IflSpm Twonto (Clemens 90) at Oakland (Tefcpheoer (3J. HR-Oamon W. WCta* P). EB-TSoodwin (191 King IB) S- Wtoc«tes.SF-JuP3«iza!e2. it»n».»r»v IP H a . meres PrhjnloS.B T««s VffllL.7-2 fa BB SO i 97 n n , u u i 002 . Clunams. NX Ponliac, 146.455. 9. (74] Randy LaJoie. Nopvralk. Conn.. Chevrolet 146.330. 10. (48) Ran*/ Rjrtef. Greem*. S C PCtorelel 146 003. 11 (33)TmFed.»a.Ho«,M^.Ciw»rolel, ' 12 Ruseh ofeJwl to 1 banei in fte 8ft. l/mores-Home DenfeKierfiisl Stiutodc KW M uk e e(McD(XlaKI5.3),«:05p. nl Kansas C«y (Appier 4-3] al Texas (Santana 2-2), t:35 p,m. o«ro;i (OSvarrjs 3-3) at SeatrJe (Wolcon 2-2|. fcOSpm Miipesola (AMfed 2-71 at Anahein (Frnky ?- 4).10fl5pJIL Sunday N.Y.Yantees at Boslon. 1:05 p.m. 5 0 1 1 5 1 1 , San Dpejoal Houston. 2:35 p.m. Cotoradoal Florida. 4:35 pm Pirates 10, EXPOS 2 MONTREAL ^TTSBURGH m r hM «b GnMnss Lraiiga BWlilBO HR*5,U 0 1 i WrnKkZb 000 ABr*nd 010 MCm9srl 0 OOKYngll 0 0 S K^ 36 liH 4 1 1 1 4111 4321 5224 4 5 ??o Juoenp o UVakhp 1 OoarKtopyi 0 Oaalp O Stater* i m^f 0 4 b 2,OOPlcv*ss 3 oooosdimdlp iowonusep 0 OOP«tersp OOOMWKsp 0 OOS^-npl, 000 R^bdp 10 ,000 0000 1012 0000 1000 0000 «»•»= 3 0 1 0 OJbnsnc 3010 '"assss 5 0 o 0 Za'jnc 2000 RBaJjpp 3 o 0 0 Pjppp 2000 Lskanicp 0 0 0 0 Coglosiph 1110 VnWalph 1 0 oostrfpp 0000 SReed p 0 0 0 0 FkYfli* 0000 DeJeanp 0000 Pmxtp 0000 Batesph 1 0 0 0 Esnipcli ph 1 0 1 0 OrpMop 0000 Hutlonp 0000 ToUa 40 3 5 3 Totals 43 410 3 co,^^ 010002000000-3 """d. 00000002,00,^, On, oufhen™^,^ scored. E-*M«toi(2).lDB-C<*,rado7.FW<la 13.J&-mw,te2(8).Bonil1a(20),Eisenre.* (4). HR- Galarraga (13), Conine (6) SB- . Toranto al Oakland. 4^5 pm Deftoit al Seattle. 455 p m. Cleveland al Baidmore S'OS p ra. Orioles 3, Indians 0 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE nbi ib r hw . . Late [nUrSQay Rangers 8, Mariners 2 TKAf ' 5«m£ * r hH p*rMH 5 1 1 0 E»a *010 4 J 3 l DaWKnc 5010 1 „ „ 1 %£fa 1100 4 o iiEMrmiffli 41 20 WCLiftlb 4281 Afldmss 3 0 ' 0 Paar«3b S 1 2 1 B'jhmfri 3012 S^ri 3 o ( sSib 3 0 0 0 3 S ° o 1 0 0 0 ? S S n 1000 Nortipo<l.N.Y..Chp.vToteL145.P338.14.0)Jell Burton. South Bosw, Va.. Fod, 145.832.15. * 6) Jw Bessey ' Sca^orausn. M « im . Chevroia. 145.764. 16.(94] Ron BarT-Eld. Florence, S.C., Fwd. 145.708. 17. (DO) BixfcW Jones, MonteBo. g^ pootiac, 145696 18 (32) Dale Jarrett. DotiRxjtey EcoilGgpTV Bo6T«sy - GrpjgNomian _ GregKrall. R*enO™ran - LwRmker - DavsUwlll MSceSnsky 5,^, M i uyama _ Paul Stpydos TomWatson . CurbsStrange . Peler Jacxibsen .. Mjchasl Bradley. . . -69-70-1391 66-73-1391 56-74—140 . 70-70—140! - 69-71-140 71*9—140 . 74-66—140 71-69—140 71 70—141 71 70—141 73«-141 70-71—141 - - 71 70—Ml 74-67-141 72-69-1411 72-69—141 7369-142I 71 71—142 72 70—142 I ° BI * Texas Grssom d >JFra>ol! Thorn. » " iWm 4 0 0 0 ByAdsn d 3000 RAtoii2b ^ 0 00 flPmolts 3 FB RR «l E " "™ lanilhp RkMrpn T«u 3 000 000 242TMB M1013O ~ ol? Lesto>: SBe«) DeJean S121 5130 4 0 \ 1 , 3 J ° ' SJS ? To 0 OlOTrarort 4000 0 D 0 Ho*sc 41,0 0 0 0 Bonfc*ss 40,0 28 0 1 0 Totals 34 3 9 3 000 000 000-0 101 001 OOx-3 vjl , (6> op _ C lewlar,d1.L0.3-C*wland1.Ba«irKxe12. 2B_B,Ar«!erson(11|.SB-flvArKlerson(8). C S- RAkxnar (1 1. 0 0 0 0 ? i s 0 J 1 8 '? 7 1 ™* a 100 101 200 OBJ E— Gil (8). Gales (1). OP— Texas 2. LOB— Texas 10, Seatta 9. 2B— IRodrigoez (14). PahKr (10). Gil (6), ARodnguez (16). HH— lRodngue2 (4), JuGonzalez (9), SF— BHipHCT. T«M IP KHi " W ' W 7 , loi ^, r N ^. ., u 21. C) R«ky Cawn, Nerptursti, Mirne, Chevrotel. 145349.JZ.(M)P*W l r! IfcUujhlin, w ate*», NX Cham*", 145.038. 23. (57) Jaso:1 Kellel . GtWnville. S.C.. Cfteviolet, 144.712. 24. (95) Shane Hall. Simpsowffle. SC..ChevroleU44.695.25.(45|G re gSad«. MaSuck, M.Y» ChevraK 144.6.3. 266, J-K DavrfFrosl CragPairy JayDonBlake Billy Maytair _ Bran Ht-nnmsei -7>69-14J 68.74-142 .74-68-142 .7270-148 .73-70-143 7271-143 69-74-143 _ 7271-143 SAtoc Viicjoelss Sfcspl, Tosals Ctewland Baltimore SMW « MoyarU4-a SSanders McCarthy BWe-ls 500— « cm-l ER BB SO 042 r , o , Ctmmlel, 144.543. 28. (63) Tracy Leslie. 'OougHartm Wocnl CteTwis. Miot, FVwtiac. 144.271. 29. DanForsman (21) Michael Waltrip. Owenstxxo. Ky, Ford, 14327. 30. (SO) Mark Kroglr, Karaiah. W.. c^evrotel, 143.153. 31. (43) Og^is Selzcr, Keta&t, N.C., ChevroH 142-914. Si (17) Mali Kcnselh, Cai*r«ge. WiS.. ClBTOfel, 142.625. 33. (14) Pany Moise, Jacksonville. Fla., Chevrolet, ,41.738. 34. (89) Jonnnv ClupPian. SlWy Point. N.C, Ford. Fred Funk BradFaxon Mai* Calcawoctua Do-"" Hammond *? 7073-143 7172-143 75-68— 143 70-73—143 74-69—143 73-70—143 .7271—143 ,t«t iu " WorracktIB), ftBrfwm^l.S—SChmJ*. JodenU5-1 MVaHes DVetes Urbina LSmrth Pittsburgh Schmklt IP 1'A fh 1 2 >h 'h 4'h 'h n EH BBSO 5 1 I 022 2 1 0 1 0 3 Ruebel Umpires—Home, Kellogg; First WendelsleOt; Second, Pono"no;ThiprJ, Marsn. T—3:41.A—35,731 (41,655). Braves 3, Giants 2 SAN FRAN ATLANTA ab r hbi U r MH Javnerd 4000 Lofton d 4100 Upcicer rl Asscnmacher 1 1.0 00 Baltimore MussinaW,7-1 91000' HBP-tw Nagy Uncavig6a). Umpires—Home, Craft; First, Meriwettier; Spjoond, Evans;Thirrj. WcCoy. T— -L2&. A—47,759 (43.262). Red Sox 10, Yankees 4 NEWYCfflK BOSTON ib s 1 2 0 5011 KU Raines rt 5011 Grcprr S3 Jelerss 4000 Bragg d B«Wpnsd 2110 Crtfcron 000 MVghn 1b 120 Jilrson dft (GnidBelOTkl.Yff-Pelers.Baik-^den. Urrpres-^MrftOeMutt,; First, Darling; Second, RelPtort; Third. du'ick. T-2:58.A-14.676 (47,972). ^ ^u..,. ^ MetS 7, Phillies 3 PH1LA NEWYOHK * r »bl aorhbl JtteteK 40,OE«retlcl M.txW2b 4 OOOAftaraost, Dautar, 2 , oo^rudlb 2 1 Hndteyc , 0 G**ylf 3 o 1 0 KJestoH t n •> r, <i^.,r ° ° * TMrlrulb Ft&set * 3 ONea rl 4 Hayes 3ti 4 OmcanSb 4 ] 20^* o 1 1 Fpys 3b 011 OLrvrf ° &ogna,b 4 , 22 3110 4,1. 2,22 300, RWtosc 2 o o o untea A o i o Tva,o:p 0 0 0 0 Bta*,* 2000 RRijjp 0 0 0 0 Glavinep 1 0 0 0 ORTftppr. 1 0 0 0 Wonesph 0000 DHenr " 1 OOOO&rtaep 0000 fbu»i> z o OOBeecWp ' 0 0 OO Port, p 0 0 0 0 VMersp 0000 Araenc 2»»flU*i«i* ,000 TOPUI. .31 2.«1T»W. 3,393 San Franciw 000 002 000-2 »u,nta 000 200 001-3 o^. out »r«n wirrtng cue. scored. _San Francisco 1 LOB- T htl I 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 3 343 0 1 0 Umpires-Home, Weike; First. Kaiser Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T—2:58.A—28,722 (58.879). • AL leaders BATTING-Justo>. CkMfend, .384; Cora, Seattle. .374; FThomas, Chicaoo, .370; WOaA, TCXES, .360; IRodnsuel, Teus, i960; Rooens, Karisas City. .346; EMartinei, SeaBe, .344; Surhofl, Ballimonj, .344. RUNS—ARodnguez, Seattle, 45; BeTOiams, Ke* York, 45; Sriffey Jr. SeatSe. 45; FThomas, Chicaoo, 41; Edmonds, Anaheim, 40; Knobfaucn, Minnesota, 40; ToCIa*. Detroit, 39;TMarti»z. New York, 39. RBI-GrifTey Jr. Seattle. 61;TMartiMZ, New 1 r 2 36. pa) And. H.llmburo lt»Bnapol«. ChcvttJel, 135.333. 37. |4J) JEt) Fuller, 1 Auburn, Mass.. Chevrolet. ,27.773 38. (1) 0 Hem* Sacta, Empona, VS.. CticvroH provi- 1 s»nal.39.(4)SWingltofo.Columbia.Tenn.. 1 Ctorotet. provisional. .,.--,„ NASCAR WLLER SOO, QUALIFYme Qualifying rwuHiFfktoy for posftiora 1-25 lor th. ttfc, SOO NASCAR WlnHon Cup *•«"«* WIGIasson . tenny Peny Spewh™,, win starting poUtJon, w num- to In p^arftew, dflm, homrtown, !„. of»in*t|Urtli*iglp«dlnmph: . »*«• Brl, RoccoMedale KeDyGtson JeHMagaert JoMDaty, _74-71—145 73-72-145 73-72—145 73-72—145! 74-72-146 j -75-71—146 74-72—146 69-78—147 71-76-147 Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet, 151.841.3. [44) Kyle Petty. Bandleman. N.C.. Rxiliac, 151.634.4.. ^ «• FTtanas Ch TBas 7ft OAnden*,, AnaS.- ^BeVV-fcTO.-N.w** 6*001,. SeaM.. 66; EManinez, Seattle. 67; TManJrpK, New 151.471.5. (71) Dave Marcis, Wausaa. Wis.. Chevrolet, 151.318. - 6. (88) Date Jarrelt, Hickory, N.C.. Ford, 151.292.7. (6) Mark Martin. Balesvaie. Ark., Ford, 151,007 8. (96) Ca«d Green, P3weniboro, Ky, Chevrolet, 150.981. 9. (22) Ward Burton. Soutfi Boslon, Va., Ptofilac, 150.956.10. (28) Em* Irvan, Saigas, Carl, Ford, 150.849. II. (33) Ken Sctirader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrotel, 150.754. 12. (94) Bill Elnoll. AUERITECH SEHIOfl OPEM ScofW FrVta. «fter the ftntl round ot the JlimllUonAnieiftediSentorOlJW.ontlie I. p.r-72 (36J6) Kemper U*e. 6» Morgan 34-33-67 34-36—70 3733-70 111 111 Tom, 34 4 9 4 Tot*. 40101710 NewYork . 000 000400-4 BosliMi 011 6100I«-,0 E-Jeler (7). Duncan (5).DP-lte*York 2. Boslon 2. LOB-New York 6, Boston 9. 28- Hayes (4), Naehring (13). HR-Cortero (6). 114] OUary (5) Haebera (3) H R Fn BB SO , 0 6 5 0 ^ 10 6 5 0 RKS 1'A 4 3 3 2 1 - ; i : • ; ; Toron.o. ,9; 0 N* . 1 7; ARue^, Seattle, l6:C«ito . Mitatee. 18; Splezpo, Oakland. 15; feWBiarn,. N»w York, 15; EWartnei Scat*. 15 ' , 1' ATraa 23 ' HOME . Boston. 14; MaWiSams. Oeveland. 3. . STOLEN BASES-BLHunler. Detroit, 25; 1; . ,» , re /* 11 ' ^ '"'??; 15 ' (36) Oe"*e Cope. Spanaway. Wash., Pontw 150.326. • 16. (97) Chad LMe. Spokans, Wash., Pontiac 150.269. 17. (16) Ted Musgrave, FranMn, Wrs.. Ford,. 150.194. 18. (2) Rat, Waaace, SI Lrxre. ford. 150.113. 19. (25) Hicky Craven, Nwtorgh. Maine. Chevro 1 *!. , 49 ^4 ' 4 ^ t , BrelJB odine,Ch«nung,N.Y..Ford, i«S38 • ' ' j? 34^71 rMiArcher Johni gi aIK | David Graham Hale Irwii TeiryDiD. B*Duval CSckHaMncteon Bob Charles 3734—71) 35-36—711 37 34-711 35-36-71 35-37—72 35-37-72! Wwiwop 0000 KwSap 0000 KJcianph 1000 Bieserph I I I 0 Ryartp 0000 LkSep 1000 RHrrisp 0000 Oel^/pr. 1011 TOWS 31 3 B 2 Totals 29 7 9 7 PMIadelpMa 000 101 001—3 NWY6* 100 120 30«-7 E—MpW (1). DP—Philadelpnpa 1, KM York £IT™ 4. LOB—Phila&lphia 7. New York 5. 28- AfKXi20(IO).3B-E«rert(l),HR—Rolen (6), San Frindtco \r Fc-jlke 4'A ftxfe 'h Tavarez 1 HHodriguez 1 R ER BB SO 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 0 0 4424 Lacy 2% 3 0 0 11 HBP—by Rios (Naehring). WP—Hammond. e;Thprd, Philips. T-2:44. A-fl.OOO (33,871) Brewers 5, White Sox 0 MILWAUKEE r hW K r MM (7 D«ciilonl}-C.emens. Twonk). 9-0. 1.000,1.81; Key. Baltimore. 9-1. .900,2.30; Erickson, Baltimore, 8-1, .889.2.94; Mussina. Baltimore, 7-1, .875, 373; RaJohmon. Seattle. 7-1, .875. 300; Wtkson, Anaheim. 6-1, .857, 3.77; VJitt. Texas, 7-2, 149.732. 25. (37j Jeremy O»eroboro, Ky,. Fort, 149.732. . B AClfFTRAI 1 DHOnB, 1 DHLL STRIKEOlfTS-Cone, New York, 97; RaJohnson, Seattle, 96; Clemens. Toronlo. 76; Appier. Kansas City, 74, Mussna, Baltjrrote, K». Foid. JimFerree 35-37—721 MayfieM. Mika McCuBougn 36-37-73 Deutsch Bank Open j LMStng «cor« FrtHy Mw the Hcond round of ttx SIK mUSan OwtKn Btnlt; Opeo,ontrMpar-72 1 7,(M 1 S-y>rdGu1K»d«n _..7I<8—1391 ...,69-71-140; ...70.70—140 Van Phillips, Engfand Mrfjuel Angel Mutin, Spain... Emanuela Canonica, Haly EHamosL,0-2 5 i 1 5 ? 4420 o o '2 o 3310 0 0 0 1 RHarris 1 ( NmYork MndiiW.1-4 6-'A 6 2 2 4 Kash;-w3tia 'A 0 0 o o life 22111 Umpires—Home. Winters; Firs!, Uyne; Second, Rungs; TNrd, V/esl. T—2:35 A-17.40I (55,601 Reds 5, Cubs 1 Tavarez pitched 10 1 batter in the 7th, £mbree pitched lo I bitter in the Blh. Cardinals 2, Dodgers 1 LOS ANGELES ST.LOU1S »b r hW ab r h U W0r»ic2tl 3010 DeSWd26 3001 Apitfvr/ f! 4021 Gar,1 H 4000 RflV.styp 0000 tnkfrrfd 4010 Ha3p C 0 0 0 OYng Ib 2000 Oi/fniep 0000 OaefiiSb 4000 Mndesp pi 4000 >««y pi 2 l 2 0 Piazia c 4010 Wetefl c 2000 Xairoslb 4 0 ZOy^Svryph 01 00 3000 daylonss 4020 uzs? uu , 0 NKMO3h 3 o 21 F3a^vas dip 3 0 0 0 Ui«ske rf Lltojln rl 3010 JsVaRn ss Ftxgasc 2010 Lore«a2t) NMartn3t> 3 OG'jftlss 3 » » °° 2110 3110 0 0 Mthwiyc 2000 000 Tobll 2» 0 3 0 ToWl 27 S I S Chlugo 000 000 000-0 MlrmukH MO 000 !4l-5 LOB—Chicago 3, MilwauVee 2. 2B-Cirilk> (16). HB-Cirilto (2). CS-Ourtiam (8). S- Fabregas. MaVheny. Chrwgo IP H R EB NORTWRNC AHoona W« County . Latayeiw Anderson SOUTHERN DIVISION DuBois County ....i .* L 1 l 0 0 0 0 - -W L THURSDAY Win County 9, Artoona 7 (12) " 1.Cok)iT!6.a2 Chicago at Utah, 9 p rn. Sunday, Jurw 8 Chicago at Utah, 7:30pm. WeonetdJV.Junell Chicago al Ltlah, 9 p.m., fl neoeswry Bnu n cppuucp , ca/iiic BULDTMO H SUMMER LEAGUE WHIiaratgnj *, "**" Fumltur. M.- '1—141 Michael CamphjiTSew a«iand".7M7-142 ] Afcerto Binaghl, «ar/ ,..69-73—1421 Ben Tinning. Denmark. : 72-70—142 j Silvio GrappasorvJ, Kaly 72-71 —143 Scon Henderson, Scotland 73-70—1431 Angel Caixwa, Argentina 73-70-143' Boss McFatlane, England ...70-73—143 [ Peter Mitchell, England .71-72-143 floger Chapman, England 70-73—I43 t TonyJohnstone, Zmoabw 70-73—143 MMoriJ 16 5 LarVin ss 3 Tbns«c 5 MKePyrt S.JiSSf iiSs SWrexp 2. wowih 1 S»v,np O / TOUPII » i 000BnnMp 0 0 0 S.« S c OOOFCsMop JK,«3b H^nSb 5155Tot»n J «0 .0, 000 000 0 1 0 000 1 Z 1 (I I 0 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 i : i 100—5 100—1 (1). 710 McGes pfl 0000 BCOeWrf 0000 Totals 30 1 7 1 Totals S3 2 6 2 LotAngcIo 000 001 000-1 SI.Loul! 000 010 001-2 Tw outs when winr.ing rwi scored, OP-Los Anoeles 1, SI. Louis 1. LOB-Los Angeles 5. SI. 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