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B2 THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1999 GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS ASTROS Update • W-L: 44-32. • Next game: 12:35 p.m. today vs. St. Louis at the Astrodome. • TV: none. • Radio: KTRH- AM, 740. Astros end any thoughts of another no-hitter early in 11-3 win The Associated Press HOUSTON - Right from the start, Jose Jimenez couldn't get anyone out. Jimenez, coming off a no-hitter in his last outing, gave up singles to the first two batters he faced Wednesday and the Houston Astros went on to beat the St. Ivouis Cardinals 11-3. Jimenez (4-8), who shut down Arizona last Friday, was tagged for seven earned runs and seven hits in 4Va innings. The Astros scored four times in the first against the rookie, keyed by singles from Craig Biggio and Derek Bell. Five of the first six Astros hitters reached base. "He pitched all right, but not as tight. He got outpitehed," St. Louis manager Tony La Russa said. La Russa was impressed with winner Mike Hampton."Give credit where credit is due. He's the best in the league and he deserved the vin. Hampton didn't make one or two mistakes like we did," he said. Attacking Jimenez early was the key, according to Bill Spiers, who had three hits. "Obviously, we knew about the no-hitter. He had to be feeling good about himself. It was big to get the four runs in the first before he could get going good," Spiers said. Houston interim manager Matt Galante agreed. "We saw him pitch against Arizona and he pitched well against us earlier this season so we knew he could pitch. We were fortunate to get to him early and keep it going," Galante said. Hampton (10-3) won for the fifth time in six starts. He pitched eight innings and gave up eight hits. Cardinals rookie Joe McEwing singled in the eighth inning, extending his hitting streak to 21 games. Spiers doubled and singled twice and Jeff Bagwell hit his 25th home run for Houston. Wednesday's games ASTROS 11, CARDINALS 3 ST. LOUIS HOUSTON «b f h bi *b r h W McEwgrf 4110 Biggio 2b 5121 Drewcf 3000 DeBellrf 5110 McGwrlb 4010 Bgwelllb 4211 Mohlerp 0000 Everettcf 4121 Tatis3b 4131 Spiers 3d 4231 Lnkfrdlf 3000 BogarSb 1000 Stphnsnp 0000 Hidalgo If 2111 Mrreroln 1000 Bakoc 3111 Rnteriass 2111 Gterrezss 4223 DHwrdnh 1000 Hmptnp 3001 ACstiloc 3000 BnWmsp 0000 McGeeph 1000 P!anco2b 4021 Jmenez p 2000 Painter p 0 0 0 D THwrdrf 1000 ToUK 33 3 8 3 Tank 35 111310 St. Loult 030 000 010— 3 Houston 401 040 Ux—11 E—Polanco (7). DP—Houston 2. LOB—St Louis 5, Houston 6.28—Tatis 2 {16}. Kemeria (19). Spiers (10). Hidalgo (20). HR—Bagwell (25). Gutierrez (1). SF—Everett. Bako. Hampton. IP H R EH BB SO StLotri* Jimenez L« 4», 7 7 7 3 5 Painter % 3 2 2 0 0 Stephenson 221103 Mohler 111100 Hnatwi Hampton W.10-3 883315 BnWilliams 100002 HBP—oy Hampton (Drew). WP—Jimenez 2. Umpires—Home, Tata; First. Hallion: Second. Hohn: Third. Schrieber. T—2:32. A—42.475 (54,370). MARLINS 4, METS 3, (10) MIAMI — Mark Kotsay's two-out homer in the bottom of the 10th inning gave the Florida Marlins a victory over the New York Mets. The Marlins won for only the fourth time in 19 games. NEW YORK FLORIDA «t> r h bl eb r h W Hndrsnlf 3100 LCstllo2b 5000 Benitez p 0000 AGruiz ss 3010 Al(onzo2b 4021 Avenlf 5000 MFrcolb 3 1 1 0 Orie36 2000 Agbyniph 1000 Lowell 3b 3110 Wndellp 0000 Kotsayrf 4 i 1 i Mora If 0000 PWilsncf 3110 Piazza c 4110 Millar Ib 4133 VnturaSb 4001 Fbrgas c 4010 McRaecf 5011 AFmdzp 2010 Cedenort 3020 Hyers ph 1000 ROrdnz ss 4000 Looper p 0000 RReed p 2000 JSncnzp 0000 Cook p 0000 Mantel p 0000 Bonillaph 1000 Batista ph 1000 Olerudlb 1010 Alfnsca p 0000 Total* 35 3 8 3 T0UU 37 4 9 4 New York 000 002 100 0—3 Florida 020 001 000 1—4 Two outs when winning run scored. E—RReed (1). Mantel (1). DP—Florida 1. LOB—New York 9, Florida 6. 2B—Piarra (14), PWilson (6). 3B—Cedcno (3), AGomalez (5). HR-Kotsay (5), Millar (2). SB—Henderson (20), Cedeno (421, LCastillo (I5|. CS—Kotsay 2 (4). S—Mora. iP H R ER BB SO New York RReed 5'n 7 3 3 2 3 Cook V, 0 0 0 0 0 Wendell 210012 Benitez L.0-2 tfi 1 1 1 0 3 Florldi AFemandez _6 5 2 2 2 2 Looper ii 1 1 1 1 0 JSanchez li, 0 0 0 0 1 Mantel 110012 Alfonseca W.4-4 110011 HBP—by Wendell (AGorualez), by AFemandez (Altonzo). Umpires—Home, Layne: First. Davis; Second. Runje; Third, Rieker. T-3:26. A—16,660 (35,521). REDS 2, DIAMONDBACKS 0 CINCINNATI — Randy Johnson struck out 17, but Ron Villone and Scott Williamson combined on a one-hitter as the Cincinnati Reds won their ninth straight. Johnson (9-5) struck out 14 last Friday but lost 1-0 when St. Louis' Jose Jimenez threw a no-hitter. It was a similar story against the Reds, who scored on Dmitri Young's homer and Jeffrey Hammonds' RBI single. ARIZONA CINCINNATI Wmackrf JBell 2b Clbmn Ib LGnztz ph MaWIm 3i> Gilkey l( DMiller c DPcwil cf Frias ss Rajhsn p Totals Arizona Cincinnati ab 4 4 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 28 LOB— Anzona 3. SB— Reese (181 IP Arizona r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 h bl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 000 100 ab r Reese 2b A 0 Hmnds rf 4 0 DYung Ib 4 1 SWmsn p 0 0 GVgnn II 3 0 Larkin ss 3 0 ABoone 3b 3 0 Cmeron cf 3 0 LaRue c 3 0 Villone p 2 0 Stynes ph 3 1 HMms Ib 0 0 Total» 30 2 000 OOO— 0 000 Olx— 2 h 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 bl 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Cincinnati 4. HR— DYoung (2). Stynes (2). H R ER BB SO RaJohnson L.9-5 8 7 2 2 0 17 Ctodiwatl Villone W.3-2 810027 SWmsn S.10 100001 Umpires—Home, Benin; First, Rapuano: Second, Pulli; Third. Williams, C.. T-2:17. A—29,560 (52,953). EXPOS 7, BRAVES 5 MONTREAL — The Montreal Expos scored five runs in the eighth inning to beat Atlanta, their second straight late-inning comeback win over the NL East-leading Braves. After scoring five runs in the ninth for a 6-5 Tuesday, the Expos rallied again by sending 10 batters to the plate in the eighth, a come- j back highlighted by Orlando Cabr- ! era's two-run double. i ATLANTA MONTREAL ab r h M ab r h W i OGuillnss 5000 MMrttcf 1110 1 BBoone2b 4120 Merced If 2010 Clones 36 3100 McGlrelf 0000 BJordnrf 4011 Vidro 2b 5120 Klesko If 3000 RoWhtelf 4110 GWImsIf 1000 VGrerorf 4222 AJonescf 3100 Widgerc 4010 Simon Ib 3120 Sgignol Ib 3 1 00 BHuntrlb 1000 OCbrra ss 3112 EPerezc 4113 Mrdcai3b 4 '0 1 1 OPerez p 3020 Pavano p 2 0 0 0 McGlhyp 0 0. 0 0 MBatsa p 0000 Seanej p 0000 Andnvs ph 0 0 0 0 RSprgrp 0000 Kline p 0000 Lckhctph 1000 WGrroph 1000 Urbina p 0000 Totah 35 S 8 4 Totab 33 7 10 5 Atlanta 2OO 300 000—5 Montreal 1OO 100 05*—7 E—BJordan (3). VGuerrero (13). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Atlanta 5, Montreal 7.2B—Widger (11), OCabrera (22). HR—EPerer (1), VGuerrero (16). SB-BBoone |7). MMartinez 3 (15). IP H R ER BB SO Atlanta OPerez 6% 4 2 2 4 8 McGlinchy LAS % 3 4 4 1 1 Seanez V, 3 1 1 0 0 RSpringer V, 0 0 0 0 0 Pavano 685522 MBaUsta 100000 Kline W.2-2 100000 Urbina S.17 100000 Umpires—Home, Rlppley; First. Poncino; Second, Darling; Third, Bucknor. T-2:40. A-7,273 (46,500). PIRATES 9, PHILLIES 1 PITTSBURGH — Al Martin and Brian Giles each drove in three runs during an eight-run fourth inning as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Philadelphia Phillies. The game was scoreless until the Pirates broke loose for their biggest inning of the season, against Chad Ogea (4-7). Martin had a bases-loaded double and Giles hit a 457-foot homer into the third deck in right field. PHILA PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ' ab r h bl Glnvillecf 5020 Martin If 5113 Gantlf 3010 ABrwn II 0000 Abreurt 3121 Sprgue 3b 4110 Rolen 3b 4010 Giles cf 5123 Brognalb 4010 KYung Ib 3110 ! Lbrthalc 4000 Kendall c 3120 j Tlmacop 0000 WMrris 2o 4221 1 MnAdn2b 2000 BBrwn rf 4121 [ MiGrce p 0000 Bnjmin ss 3 1 11 j Duceypti 1000 Schmdtp 3000 I Politte p 0000 Clonu p 0000 j GBnnttc 1000 i AAriasss 4020 j Ogea p 1000 . Se(cik2b 3000 1 Totals 35 1 9 1 Total! 34 9 12 9 : Philadelphia 000 OOO 010—1 Pittsburgh OOO 800 10x—9 ! OP—Philadelphia 1. Pittsburgh 1. LOB—Philadelphia 1 9. Pittsburgh 6. 2B—AAnas (7). Martin 123), Kendall ; (19). BBrown 2 (17). HR—Abreu (13). Giles (16). S—Schmidt. i IP H R ER BB SO Philadelphia OgeaL.4-7 3', 7 S 8 3 3 : MiGrace I 1 ;, 10011 Politte 241101 '. Telemaco 100000 fttutuirgn Scnmidt W.8-5 881127 ! Clontt 110000 Umpires—Home. West; First. Kulpa; Second. Vanover; Third, Marsh. T—2:25. A—14.526 (48.044). CUBS 5, BREWERS 4 CHICAGO — Sammy Sosa hit his major league-leading 30th home run — his fourth in as many games — as the Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 Wednesday. Pitcher Jim Abbott had a two-run single, his second major league hit, for the Brewers, who lost for only the third time in their last 10 games. With the game tied 4-4 in the seventh and President Bill Clinton watching from a skybox behind home plate, Sosa hit a 1-1 pitch from David Weathers (5-3) over the left-field bleachers onto Waveland Avenue. The Cubs won for only the fifth time in their last 19 games and ended June with a 10-17 record. MILWAUKEE CHICAGO tb t h bl ab r h W I Loretta Ib 5010 Blauser 2b 4 0 00 I Blli3rd2b 5120 Krchnrp 0000 ] CirilloSb 5000 FHrdia p 0000 ! Bumitzrf 4121 SSndrs p 0000 i Nilssonc 3001 Huston 3b 0000 Grssomcf 4110 AlundrSb 4010 Jenkins If 3110 MaGrclb 2000 JsVltnss 3020 Sosacf 4121 JiAbbttp 2012 GHillrf 4111 Berry ph 1000 CGdwincf 0000 Wttisrsp 0000 HRdrgrlf 2210 Becker ph 1000 JHmdzss 4122 Sntiagoc 3000 Ueberp 2000 Mmdni2b 1001 Agilera p 0000 TtrtaK 36 4 10 4 Totita 30 S 7 S Milwaukee 010 210 000—4 Chicago 000 301 10x— 5 E— Belliard (3). DP— Milwaukee 2. LOB- Milwaukee 8, Chicago 7. 2B— Bumitz (21). HR— Bumitz (22), Sosa (30), GHill (12), JHemandej (9). SF-Nilsson. IP H R ER BB SO JiAbbott 543342 Weathers L.5-3 332224 Chteaco Ueber 694415 Karchner W.l-0 100000 FHeredia '400000 SSanders 100012 Aguilera S.3 110001 Umpires— Home, Danley; First. Winters; Second, Davidson; Third, Montague. T— 2:37. A-38,898 (38,884). Wednesday's late box score;, GIANTS 10, ROCKIES 1 COLORADO SAN FRAN ab r h W ab r h M DHItoncf 4000 FPSglocf 4111 Veres p 0000 Mueller 3b 4121 NPerezss 4020 BaBnds If 3210 LWalkrrf 4110 Benardlf 1000 Bchettelf 4021 Kent2b 4221 Castllla 3b 4 0 0 0 WDIgdo 2b 0 0 00 Helton Ib 2010 Burks rf 4237 KAbbtt2b 3000 Snow Ib 3000 Blncoc 3000 Aun'liass 4110 BMJnsp 1000 Mrbelllc 4130 Shmprt ph 1000 Rueter p 4000 Lskanic p 0000 Echvrrph 1000 Barry cf 0000 TotaU 31 1 6 1 ToUfc 35 10 1310 Colorado OOO 100 000— 1 San FranclKO 313 000 31*— 10 DP— Colorado 2. San Francisco 2. LOB— ColoraJc 4, San Francisco 5. 28— LWalker (Ib). Bichette (21). FPSantangelo (8), Mueller (8). Kent (22), Burks (12). Mirabolli 2 (4). HR— Burks 2 (11). SB- Kent (111. IP K R ER BB SO 1 Colorado ! BMJonesL.3-7 476630 j Leskanic 333304 | Veres 131100 RueterW,7-3 961112 HBP-oy Veres (Mueller). Umpires—Home. Kellogg: first. Holbrook; Second, DeMuth; Third, ReWord. T—2:10. A-11,490 (46.510). PADRES 4, DODGERS 3, (12) LOS ANGELS SAN DIEGO ab r h bl ab r h bl EYung2b 4220 Veras 2b 6030 PBrbnp 0000 Owens cf 5021 Mills p 0000 RSndrsrf 5110 DWhitecf 1 0 0 0 Vn Wai If 3000 Hndleyc 4112 RRivracf 2000 Pena c 0000 Joyner Ib 4 0 0 1 Shffieidlf 4000 Waiio 0000 MMddx p 0000 BDavis c 6110 Karros Ib 5000 GArias 3b 3 1 1 0 Hlndswcf 5000 Baerga 3b 1010 MnrJesi rf 4 0 1 0 OJcksn ss 5 1 2 1 Beltre 3b 4000 Ashby p 3011 Vzcaino ss 4 0 1 0 Mny p 0000 Hansen ph 1 0 0 0 Cnnane p 0 0 0 0 Cramer ss 0000 Mgdan ph 1 0 1 0 Valdesp 2000 VJWIms pr 0000 Cunsell 2b 1 0 0 0 CReyes p 0 0 0 0 Nevinph 0000 Hlfman p 0 0 0 0 Gvnola3b 0000 Total* 39 3 5 2 Totals 44 4 13 4 Los Angeles 200 001 000 OOO—3 San Dlogo 000 001 200 001—4 No ouls when winning run scored. E—Mills (2), Beltre (16). Counsell (2), Giovanola (1). DP—Los Angeles 2. San Diego 1. LOB—Los Angeles 5, San Diego 16. 2B—Baerga (1). 3B— RSanders (1). HR-Hundley (11). SB—EYoung 2 (29). RSanders (19), RRivera (6). CS-Owens (4). S—Beltre, Counsell. SF—Joyner. IP H R ER BB SO Us Angeles Values 793317 PBorbon 7j 0 0 0 0 0 Mills 2% 3 0 0 3 0 MMaddux LO-1 111030 San Diego Ashby T: 4 3 2 2 4 Murray V, 0 0 0 0 1 Cunnarte 100001 CReyes 110000 Hoffman 100002 WallW.5-1 100011 MMaddux pitched to 3 batters in the 12th. HBP-ty Mills (Baerga). WP—Ashby. P8—SDavls. Umpires—Home, Froemming; First, Wendelstedt, Hu; Second, Nelson; Third, Bell. T—3:37. A—36,398 (46,510). AMERICAN LEAGUE D.RAYS 11, RED SOX 10, (10) BOSTON — Roberto Hernandez got Nomar Garciaparra on a game- ending grounder with runners on second and third in the 10th inning, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays held off the Boston Red Sox. Tampa Bay's Wade Boggs hit his first homer of the season and also singled against his former team, moving within 31 hits of 3,000. The Devil Rays won for the fourth time in five games, TAMPA BAY MSTON ab r h M ab r h W Cairo 2b 6131 DLewisct 5121 Stockerss 5112 Offrmn2b 5012 Cnsecodh 2110 Dubachdh 6111 McGrfflb 6111 Grcprrss 5210 Perry If 6011 OLearylf 5132 Boggs 3b 4221 Stanley Ib 4123 LdsmaSb 0000 VariKkc 4100 Flhertyc 4230 Merloni 3b 4210 Trmmllrf 4224 TNIxonrf 4111 Winncf 5100 Totata 42 1114 10 Totah 42 10 12 10 Tampa Bay 020 3M 000 2—11 Bottom 000 500 301 1—ID E—Cairo (4), RHemande? (1), Merloni (6), TNIxon (3). DP—Boston 2. LOB—Tampa Bay 9, Boston 9. 2B—Cairo (7). Trammell (5), DLewis (6), Daubach (16), O'Leary 2 (18). 3B—Stocker (2). HR-Boggs (1), Trammell (2), Stanley (9). CS-CaIro (3). S— DLewis. SF—Offerman. IP H R ER BB SO Tampa Bay Rekar 3?, 6 5 2 0 1 RWhlte fh 3 2 2 0 1 Charlton 111121 ALopez % 0 0 0 0 0 RHmcteW.1-3 222222 Bout on Portugal 3h 7 5 5 2 1 Rapp 233234 Lowe ?> 2 1 0 0 0 Wolcott 1>, 1 0 0 0 0 Cormier \ 0 0 0 1 0 Wasdln L.7-1 112010 Guthrie 100011 Was* pitched to 3 batters in the 10th. HBP-by Rekar (Stanley). WP-RHemandez. Umpires—Home, Cousins; First, Shulock; Second, Disc Third, Foster. T-3:51. A-27,961 (33,871). BLUE JAYS 10, ORIOLES 9, (10) TORONTO — Darrin Retcher hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays rallied past Baltimore, sending the Orioles to their season-high seventh straight loss. Pinch-hitter Willie Greene's leadoff homer in the Toronto ninth tied it 7. After the Orioles scored twice in the top of the 10th, the Blue Jays came back to hand Baltimore its 10th loss in a row at the Sky- Dome. BALTIMORE TORONTO ab r h bl ab r h M Amaral cf 4100 Stewart If 4 1 2 1 WCIarkph 1010 Grbeckdh 4000 Rboulet2b 0000 SGreen rf 3312 Bordickss 6122 CDIgdo Ib 5121 5221 TFmdeSb 4110 3120 Fltcherc 4114 Surhoff If Belle rf Baines dh Conine Ib Ripken 3b Hrst jr. 2b 4000 RoBtlr If 1 0 1 1 Bush2b 4021 43 9 16 9 Totals ByAdsn cf CJhnsn c Totals 43 9 16 9 Totals 36 10 12 10 Baltimore OOO 104 200 2—9 Toronto 112 100 101 3—10 One out when winning run scored. E-Conine (3). CDelgado (7). DP—Toronto 2. LOB— Baltimore 8. Toronto 4. 2B—Belle (6). Ripken (14), CJohnson (9). CDelgado (22). TFemandej (24). 38—Brumfield (2). HR—Bordick (6). Surhoff (18), Conine (7). SGreen (20), Fletcher (9). WGreene (4). SB—Belle (10). CS— Bordick (3), Bush (2). S— Grebeck. SF—CJohnson, Stewart. SGreen. Retcher. IP H R ER BB SO Baltimore Mussina 6)1 9 6 5 1 Johns 1% 0 0 0 0 Timlin 11110 OroscoL.0-2 % 2 3 3 1 Toronto DWells Halladay Spoijaric Quantrill Frsctre W.2-0 6)1 10 7 7 1 22001 ";, o o o o i 4 2 2 1 \ 0 0 0 0 Umpires—Home, Roe; First. Welke, B.; Second. Hirschbeck; Third. Everitt. T-3.-41. A-21,137 (51.000). TWINS 5, INDIANS 3 CLEVELAND — Eric Milton limited Cleveland's powerful offense to five hits over B l h innings, and Terry Steinbach hit a three-run homer to 5122 TBatsass 4011 523 511 2 Brmfldcf 3120 0 WGrenph 1111 0000 4110 lead the Minnesota Twins over the Indians. MINNESOTA CLEVELAND all r h W ab r It M JJonesrf 4010 Vizquel ss 4010 CAIInlf 5020 R»lmr2b 4010 TWalkrdh 4210 Justice If 4000 Coomerlb 4111 MRmrzrf 3100 Koskie3b 4100 Sexsonlb 4000 Stnbchc 2123 Thome dh 2112 Hcking2b 2010 Frymn 3b 3110 THuntrcf 4010 Whiten cf 3000 CGzmnss 4000 EIDiazc 3011 TotaU 33 S 9 4 Totals 30 3 5 3 Mlnnwota 401 000 000—6 Clavaland 030 000 000—3 E— Sexson (5), EiDlaz (6). DP-Mlnnesota 1, Cleveland 2. LOB— Minnesota 8, Cleveland 2. 33— TWalker (2). HR— Steinbach (3), Thome (11). CS— Hocking (3). S-Hccking. IP H R ER BB SO Mlnmota Milton W.3-7 81, 5 3 3 2 7 TrombleyS,12 % 0 0 0 0 1 Wright L.6-5 785157 Karsay 110001 Shuey 100013 WP— Wright. Umpires— Home, Kosc; First, Morrison; Second, Hlckox; Third, Bamett. T— 2:56. A-43,061 (42,865). TIGERS 8, YANKEES 2 NEW YORK — Tony Clark hit a two-run homer into Yankee Stadium's center-field bleachers as the Detroit Tigers stopped New York's seven-game winning streak. The Yankees outhit Detroit 1211 but stranded 15 runners, went O-for-7 with runners in scoring position and made several physical and mental mistakes. DETROIT NEW YORK ab r ft M ao r n M Encmclf 4330 Knblch2b 4030 Wood3b 3111 BeWmscf 3011 Hggnsnrf 310-0 Jeter ss 5110 Palmer dh 4133 TMrtnz Ib 4010 TCIarklb 4113 O'Neill rf 4010 Hslman c 5010 CDavis dh 4 0 0 0 Ea5l£)-26 5010 SnSpcrlf 4010 Kapler cf 5100 Broslus 3b 5 0 20 DCruzss 4010 Girardi c 4120 Totals 37 8 11 7 Total! 37 2 121 Detroit 110 020 310—8 NawYorK 100 001 OOO— 2 E— Kapler (3|, Knoblauch (15], O'Neill (4). OP— Detroit 1. LOB— Detroit 10, New York 15. 2B— Encamacion (15), Palmer (14), Knoblauch (15). HR-TCIark (8). SB— Encamacion (20). S-Wood. SF— Palmer, BeWllllams. IP H R ER BB SO Datrott MoehlerW,7-8 592142 NCruz % 0 0 0 0 0 Nitkowski % 1 0 0 0 0 Broca/l iJ. 2 0 0 0 3 ToJones 100012 NawYoik APettitte L.5-6 6>. 7 7 7 4 2 Grimsley 1% 4 1 1 1 0 Naulty IV, 0 0 0 0 1 Moehler pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. HBP— by APettltte (Encamacion), by Moehler (Knoblauch). Umpires— Home, Coble; First. Culbreth; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Welke, T.. T— 3:53. A-39.749 (57,545). Timday'* (ate box scores MARINERS 2, ATHLETICS 1 SEATTLE OAKLAND ab r h bl ab r h bl BLHntrlf 5000 TPhllps 2b 6010 ARdrgzss 4000 Tejada ss 5000 GrfyJrcf 4000 Stairs rf 5010 EMrtnzdh 5010 Jaha dh 3010 Gipsonrf 0100 Hdsndh 0000 Seguilb 4020 Saenz 3b 5010 Ibenez rf 5011 JaGbi Ib 5110 Mesa p 0000 Raines If 2000 DaBell2s 4120 HaHmnd?c5 021 DWilsn c 4011 Chrstns cf 3 0 2 0 RDavis 3b 3000 Grieve ph 1000 Vlandia2b 0000 Chavez ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 2 7 2 Totals 41 1 9 1 Seattle 010 000 000 001—2 Oakland 000 000 10O OOO— 1 E— ARodriguez (5). DP— Seattle 3. Oakland 2. LOB— Seattle 5, Oakland 9. CS— ARodriguez (4). Segul (2), Stairs (2). S— Segui, Raines. IP H R ER BB SO $«attl« Halama 981135 Paniagua W.5-6 210003 Mesa S.17 100001 Oakland Oquist 751132 DJones 300014 Taylor 100002 TJMtwL.6-3 121100 HBP— by Halama (Jaha). Umpires— Home. Tschida; First, Reed; Second. Miller; Third, Young. T— 3:17. A— 11.762 (43,012). RANGERS 5, ANGELS 0 TEXAS ANAHEIM National League EntDfvMon W L Pet Atlanta 47 31 .603 New York 44 34 .564 Philadelphia 40 36 .526 Montreal 30 44 .405 Florida 27 51 .346 Central Dtvrtton W L Pet Cincinnati 43 31 .581 Houston 44 32 .579 Pittsburgh 39 37 .513 Chicago 37 37 .500 St. Louis 37 40 .481 Milwaukee 35 41 .460 WtttDlvMon W L Pet Arizona 43 35 .551 San Francisco 42 35 .545 San Diego 36 38 .486 Colorado 34 39 .466 Los Angeles 34 40 .459 z-flrst game was a win TUESDAY'S GAMES Montreal 6, Atlanta 5 Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 4 Cincinnati 5, Arizona 4 New York 5, Florida 1 Houston 5, St. Louis 4 Milwaukee 17, Chicago 6 San Francisco 10, Colorado 1 San Diego 4, Los Angeles 3, 12 innings WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Chicago 5, Milwaukee 4 Montreal 7, Atlanta 5 Florida 4, New York 3, 10 innings Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 2, Arizona 0 Houston 11, St. Louis 3 Colorado at San Francisco (n) Los Angeles at San Diego (n) TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta (Glavine 6-7) at Montreal (D.Smith 1-2), 12:35 p.m. GB — . 3 6 15 20 GB — — 5 6 Th 9 GB — % 5 6fe 7 L10 Str Home Away Intr Z-&4 L-2 25-16 22-15 5-4 z-7-3 L-l 21-16 23-18 6-3 5-5 L-l 18-18 22-18 6-3 4-6 W-2 19-24 11-20 6-3 3-7 W-l 13-29 14-22 6-3 L10 Str Home Away Intr 9-1 W-9 17-21 • 26-10 4-5 2-46 W-2 24-17 20-15 4-2 5-5 W-l 22-13 17-24 4-5 46 W-l .17-16 20-21 1-5 46 L-3 15-20 22-20 4-5 z-7-3 L-l 11-23 24-18 2-3 UO Str Home Away Intr 2-8 L-2 26-15 17-20 4-2 2-5-5 W-2 26-17 16-18 6-3 Z-1CK) W-ll 25-16 11-22 4-2 z-3-7 L-6 18-15 16-24 3-3 4-6 L-2 18-21 16-19 36 St. Louis (Bottenfield 11-3) at Houston (Holt 1-7), 12:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Nomo 6-1) at Chicago (Trachsel 2-10), 1:20 p.m. Colorado (Kile 4-5) at San Francisco (Estes 4-5), 2:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Dreifort 6-6) at San Diego (Clement 4-7), 4:05 p.m. New York (Dotel 0-1) at Rorida (Dempster 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Person 1-1) at Pittsburgh (Ritchie 6-6}, 6:05 p.m. Arizona (Daal 7-4) at Cincinnati (Tomko 3-4), 6:05 p.m. FRIDAY'S GAMES Chicago at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m. Montreal at Florida, 6:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, 6:05 p.m. Houston at Cincinnati, 6:05 p.m. Atlanta at New York, 6:40 p.m. Arizona at St. Louis, 7:10 p.m. San Diego at Colorado, 8:05 p.m. San Francisco at Los Angeles, 9:10 p.m. ab r h bl ab r h M McLmr2b 4110 Erstad If 3000 IRdrgz c 5000 Velarde 2b 4 0 00 Greer II 3100 MVghn Ib 3 0 0 0 JuGnlzrf 4223 GAdrsncf 3000 RPIrno dn 5130 TGrene dh 3 0 0 0 Zeile 3b Stevens Ib RKelly cf Clayton ss Totals Texas Anahftlm 5 3 5 S 39 030 Oil Oil 020 5 13 5 000 000 Glaus 3b 3 0 Wlbeck c 3 0 OPimro rf 3 0 OSrcna ss 2 0 Huson ph 1 0 Totall 28 0 200 030— S 000 000—0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 American League East Dhriilon W L Pet GB New York 46 29 .613 — Boston 45 32 .584 2 Toronto 39 41 .488 9% Tampa Bay 33 44 .429 14 Baltimore 32 44 .421 14% Central Division W L Pet GB Cleveland 50 26 .658 — Chicago 36 38 .486 13 Kansas City 32 43 .427 17% Detroit 33 45 .423 18 Minnesota 29 47 .382 21 Wait Division W L Pet GB Texas 44 33 .571 — Seattle 39 37 .513 4k Oakland 36 40 .474 7% Anaheim 35 41 .461 8%> z-first game was a win TUESDAY'S GAMES Cleveland 5, Minnesota 4 New York 3, Detroit 0 Toronto 6, Baltimore 5, 10 innings Kansas City 7, Chicago 4 Texas 5, Anaheim 0 Seattle 2, Oakland 1, 12 innings WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Detroit 8. New York 2 Tampa Bay 11, Boston 10, 10 innings Toronto 10, Baltimore 9, 10 innings Minnesota 5, Cleveland 3 Chicago at Kansas City (n) Texas at Anaheim (n) Seattle at Oakland (n) !9P_*^[1®J?*J!?5[5 Baltimore (Erickson 3-8) at Toronto U.O Str Home Away Intr Z-8-2 L-l 23-15 23-14 5-4 z-7-3 L-l 27-15 18-17 2-7 z-6-4 W-3 26-18 13-23 36 6-4 W-l 13-21 20-23 1-8 z-3-7 L-7 17-20 15-24 54 U.O Str Home Away Intr 2-5-5 L-l 25-15 25-11 6-3 3-7 L-2 18-20 18-18 6-3 5-5 W-l 17-21 15-22 3-6 4-6 W-l 19-25 14-20 5-4 4-6 W-l 13-23 16-24 5-3 LJ.O Str Home Away Intr 5-5 W-2 19-14 25-19 4-5 46 W-3 20-19 19-18 4-5 z-3-7 L-6 21-12 15-28 54 6-4 L-2 17-17 18-24 3-6 (Hamilton 1-5), 1:05 p.m. Seattle (F.Rodriguez 2-2) at Oakland (Haynes 5-6), 3:05 p.m. Minnesota (Mays 1-2) at Cleveland (Colon 6-3), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Alvare2 3-5) at Boston (Cho 2O), 6:05 p.m. Detroit (Mlicki 3-7) at New York (Irabu Chicago (Baldwin 3-8} at Kansas City (Suzuki 0-2), 7:05 p.m. FRIDAY'S GAMES Tampa Bay at Toronto, 6:05 p.m. Kansas City at Cleveland, 6:05 p.m. Baltimore at New York, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Chicago, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 7:05 p.m. Seattle at Texas. 7:35 p.m. Anaheim at Oakland, 9:35 p.m. E—DiSarcina (1). LOB—Texas 15. Anaheim 2. 28—Clayton (6). Walbcck (5). HR—JuGonzalez (23). SF—Stevens. IP H R ER BB SO Texas 1 BurkettW.2-3 710017 ! Zimmerman 100001 j Wetteland 100002 | Anaheim j Olivares L.6-6 5 1 ', 8 2 2 3 1 i Hasegawa 2'.'' 21120 I Schoeneweis 001110 ! Petkovsek iV, 3 1 1 1 1 ! Schoeneweis pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. j WP—Hasegawa. j Umpires—Home, Garcia: First, Reilly; Second, Ford; ' Third. Johnson. Betting line Glarrtz-Culver Une FofJutyl Major L««fU« Baaebal FAVORITE St. Louis Atlanta Milwaukee at San Fran. at San Diego at Cincinnati New York at PittsBurgh -110 Afiwrtean Leafuo at Toronto -110 at Oakland at Boston at Cleveland at New York UNE -110 -155 •115 -150 -115 -120 -135 -110 -150 -250 •220 at Kansas City -105 UNDERDOG atHouston at Montreal at Chicago Colorado Los Angeles AriTona at Florida Philadelphia Baltimore Seattle Tampa Bay Minnesota Detroit Chicago CcpyngM 1999 World Features Syndicate, Basketball UNE +100 +145 +105 +140 +105 +110 +125 +100 +100 +100 +140 +220 +200 •105 inc. 1999 NBA Drxft WASHWGTCW — Selections from rf* 1999 NBA Tftflrri. player, protectert position and cc*- r-gfi JKTTOI, tr Syeigr: team: 1 . Ov-aKx EHm Bnvvs. t, f»e ">. V?rcf>j"rr. SWfte F-wcw. 6. ?,. O**»*, (Hfff: Owi 1 *. G. UCU n i. * Wse*"«. ur-w Ovw. f , •> "mntt <"*•#-. P-atpr* fl***.\. "Sgr. Sflyw. c, 8. Cleveland (from Boston), Andre Miller. G. Utah. 9. Phoenix (from Dallas). Shawn Marion, F. UNLV. 10. Atlanta (from Golden State). Jason Terry, G, Arizona. 11. Cleveland. Trajan Langdon, G, Duke. 12. Toronto, Ateksandar Radojevic. C, Barton County (Kan.) C.C. 13. Seattle. Corey Maggette. F. Duke. 14. Minnesota. William Avery. G. Duke. 15. New York. Frederic Weis, C. Limoges (France). 16. Chicago (from Phoenix), Ron Artest, Of. St. John's. 17. Atlanta (from Sacramento), Ol Bowdler, F, Ok) Dominion. 18. Denver (from Milwaukee via Phoenix). James Posey. G-F. Xavier. 19. Ulan (from Philadelphia). Qulncy lewis, F. Min nesota. 20. Atlanta (from Detroit). Dion Glover, G, Georgia Tech. 21. Go'den State (from Atlanta), Jeff Foster. FC. Southwest Texas State. 22. HouMofi, Kefwy TlMifrm, F. tttftt Mexico. 23. L.A. Lakers, Devean George, &F, Augsburg (Minn.). 24. wan (from Orlando). Andrei Kmienko, F. CSKA fRuSS'3). 25. Miami. Tim James, F, M-ami. 26. Indiana. Vonteego Curnmings, G. PitBburgh. 27. Atlanta ffroci Portland via Detroit), Jumaiiie. 28. Ufa.-.. Scott Padgett. F. Kentucky. 29. San Arroyo. Leon Sm*h, f. ML King High SECOND (WONO &. 35 . LA . f. H«v* S**r*. , F, ~\tvi. 36. Dallas. Wang Zhi-Zhi, C. Army Rockets (China). 37. Vancouver (from Boston). Obinna Ekerie, F, Maryland. 38. Orlando (from Golden State). Laron Profit, &F, Maryland. 39. Cleveland, AJ. Bramlett. F, Arizona. 40. Dallas (from Toronto). Gordan Giricek, G, Cibona (Zagreb-Croatia) 41. Denver (from Seattle), Francisco Elsorj, C, California. 42. Minnesota, Louis Bullock. G. Michigan. 43. Charlotte. Lee Nation, F. Texas Christian. 44. Houston (from Phoenix), Tyrone Washington, FC, MlnlMlppI State 45. Sacramento. Ryan Robertson, G, Kansas. 46. New York. J.R. Koch, F, Iowa. 47. Philadelphia. Todd MacCulioch, C. Washington. 48. Milwaukee. Galen Young, G-F. UNC-Chartorte. 49. Chicago (from Detroit via Atlanta), Lan Ketrter. FC, Massachusetts. 50. Houston, Venaon KxMKon, F, Netmlu. 51. Vancouver (from LA. Lakers), Antwain Smith, F, St. Paul's College. 52. Atlanta. Roberto Bergersen, f-G. Boise State. 53. Miarr^. Rodney Ruford. F-G, Creighton. 54. Detroit (from Indiana). MeMn Levett, G. Cincinnati. 55. Boston (Item Ortanao via Denver). KrS Clack, f- G. Texas. 56. Golden State (from PortlanaX Tim Young. C, Stanford. 57. Son Attorno, Emmanuel Ginocfli, G, CataMa (Italy). 59. Utah. Eddie Lucas, F, Vffrtitt Tech. WWA ft*. f.. f c. * W 5 5 5 3 t Pt* •>. .71* 3 .62S 4 .556 5 .375 M 1 J'', Cleveland 2 Washington 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE W Houston 8 Sacramento 6 I Minnesota 4 i Los Angeles 5 i Phoenix 3 Utah 2 7 .222 7 .222 L Pet 1 .889 3 .667 3 .571 4 .555 5 .375 6 .250 4 4 OB — 2 3 3 4% 5% WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Washington 68, Charlotte 63 Houston 78. Utah 68 TODAY'S GAMES Phoenix at New York, 6:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Houston. 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Sacramento at Washington, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Utah, 8 p.m. Comet* 78, Starzz 68 HOUSTON (78) Thompson 4-10 2-3 10, Swoopes 11-18 &6 29, Tjekova 2-3 00 4, Cooper 6-14 7-9 22, Hemirg 27 OO 5. Jackson 2-5 2-4 6, ArMM 14 OO 2, Rlzzofi OO OO 0. Totals 2&6117-22 78. UTAH(M) NMHliams 8-117« 23, Baranova 0-5 00 0, Dydek 3-6 2-2 8, Goodson 5-15 3-3 14, Black 1-2 2-4 4, PMmer 14 5« 7, Johnson 2-7 OO 5, fvanyi 1-100 2, Cwrtpeef! 1-1 M 2, Ura 1-3 OO 3. Totars 236019-23 68. HM*tm 43 3S—78 Ofc* 40 »—M 3*Mnt Gwss—Housron 5-16 (Coopsr 48, Hen- r*ig 1-2. Swnopes 1-3, Tre"ovs 0-1, Thompson ft 2). IfMh 3-16 (jofmson 1-3. bra 1-3. Gooflson 1- ton 41 (Jackson 10), Utah 38 (Baranova, N.Williams 6). Assists—Houston 15 (Kenning 6), Utah 17 (Black 8). Total fouls—Houston 27, Utah 25. A— 6.827 Transactions BASEBALL American Leafue AL—Cut the suspension of Detroit C Brad Aus mus from two games to one but retained the $500 fine and eliminated the $500 fine against Detroit manager Larry Parrlsh but retained his twogame suspension for bumping an umpire in a game on May 31. SEATTLE MARINERS—Sent RHP MeMn Bunch outright to Tacoma of the PCL. Recalled LHP Damaso Marte from Tacoma of the PCL. Pacific Court Leafue CALGARY CANNONS—Placed INF-OF Russ Merman on the disabled list, retroactive to June 28. Signed RHP Jose Mercedes. International Uafue INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS—Announced LHP B.J. Ryan has been promoted from Chatanooga of the Southern League. Added RHP Rick Greene to the roster. MwffMt League ROCKFORD REDS—Announced 3B Branflon Larson has been promoted to Chattanooga of the Southern League. rWeri out—TWwa, W»«on, Refcct*y?»—Hous- ALBANY-COLONS DIAMOND DOGS—Signed SS Rafael Belliard, P Juan Bn'to and SS Denio Gawief. Released C Brad Heller and INF Sha\m Figueroa. Announced the retirement of P Dane Johnson, who will remain as pitching coach. ftAJKCTBAU. •MIOMI &**«!»* AMocMfen NEW YORK KNICKS—N*m*d Brian Flinn man- agfr, puWic reistloT.s. Wowwrt Mnfexwl Bn^innnj^ A*»>-l<Klon CHAR10TTE STWG—Waved G ChrrsTy Smflti. S*wd 6 Soflfa Cfi*««. FOOTBAU National Football League BALTIMORE RAVENS—Agreed to terms with RG Jeff Blackshear, on a five-year contract extension. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Waived WR Brian Manning. TE Rod Lewis and WR Pat Palmer. HOCKEY Nation*! Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS—Signed F Paul Kariya to a three-year contract. ATLANTA THRASHERS—Named Scott Green trainer. CAROLINA HURRICANES—Signed C Kent Marv derville to a multiyear contract. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS—Agreed to terms with C Eric Lindros on a one-year contract extension. Central Hockey League WICHITA THUNDER—Signed Bryan Wells, coach, to a three-year contract extension. United Hockey Lmgim MADISON PRO HOCKEY—Signed Andy Faulkner, forward-assistant coach. PORT HURON BORDER CATS—Signed F Kraig Nienhuis. W«t«m ProfBMlorutf Hockey League AMARILLO RATTLERS—Re-signed D Trevor Jan- Icki. CORPUS CHRIST) ICERAYS—Re-signed F Chris Robertson »nd F Geoff Bumstead. EL PASO BUZZARDS—Re-signed FToby Harris. NEW MEXICO SCORPIONS—Signed F Peter Ambroziak and F Randy Murphy. coueoe NCAA—Placed Purdue on two years probation for major rules violations in the men's basketball program. AUBURN—Named Jeff Shaffer diving cosch. EIALL STATE—Promoted Joe Hernandez to assistant athletic director. BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN—Named Joe Dean Jr, athletics director CENTRAL ARKANSAS—Narrwd Scot Koranda d«f«r*ve baekfieid coach *nd Craig Kooofe- rnan rr>en's assistant 5asvettt»fi coach. COVNKTiCUT COLLEGf.— Annowwed Ifie res- (grwKion of Carol Anne Beacfi, women's ball coach, to become athletics director at Mount Holyoke College. Named JoAnne Perry interim women's basketball coach. CORNELL—Named Jamie Russell and Brent Brekke men's assistant ice hockey coaches. DARTMOUTH—Named Jay Tilton men's assistant basketball coach and Andy Dnjde and Adam Hollis assistant football coaches. DICKINSON—Named Alison Hoff Risser field hockey and women's lacrosse coach and Charlie McGuire sports information director. GEORGIA—Named Daron Schoenrock pitching coach. JOHNS HOPKINS—Named Chris Weidenbomer volleyball coach. Named Emily Ke'ly assistant athletic trainer and Katie Mor'an and Brad Mountcastle graduate assistant athletic train- I ers. I JOHNSON & WALES, R.I.—Named Charles Crawford men's basketball coach. LA SALLE—Named James Phillips men's assistant basketball coach. LE MOYNE—Named Steve Owens baseball coach. LOUISBURG—Named William Godwin baseball coach. LSU—Named Henry Thomas assistant baseball coach. MEMPHIS—Named Richie Grant men's soccer coach. MONMOUTH. N.J.--Named Geoff Billet men's assistant basketball coach. NORTH CAROLINA-GREENSBORO—Named Dan Dschelet cross-country and track and field coach. NORTHEAST LOUISIANA—Named Waner Aiford atMetie director. SOUTHWEST TEXAS—Named Tony BVubaker assistant athletic director for media relations. TAMPA—Named Larry MarSse director sf 'mat- eoflegiatft f*r\!eTi« fna wrami/ral spwrs. TLfTS—Mamerf Msnrhs Whitn-j? women's soccer cosen.

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