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Monday, May 15,1995 The Salina Journal SCOREBOARD Baseball Major league standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 11 5 .688 — z-7-3 Won 2 10 7 .588 1V4 z-5-5 Lost 2 9 8 .529 2Vi z-5-5 Won 2 7 10 .412 4V4 z-5-5 Won 1 6 10 .375 5 4-6 Lost 1 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 11 5 .688 -— 7-3 Won 1 10 7 .588 1V4 4-6 Lost 2 7 9 .438 4 z-4-6 Lost 1 6 10 .375 5 5-5 Won 1 5 12 .294 6 Vi 2-8 Lost 2 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak California 10 7 .588 — 6-4 Won 1 Seattle 9 7 .563 '/, z-4-6 Lost 1 Oakland 9 9 .500 1 Vi 6-4 Won 2 Texas 7 11 .389 3V4 z-5-5 Lost 1 Boston New York Toronto Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Kansas City Chicago Minnesota Home Away 7-2 4-3 5- 3 6- 5 1- 5 4- 5 5- 4 3- 3 6- 5 2- 5 Home Away 5-1 6-4 5- 5 3- 4 4- 3 4- 6 5- 2 4- 5 2- 7 1- 6 Philadelphia Montreal Atlanta New York Florida Chicago Houston St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Colorado San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego W 13 11 8 6 4 W 10 9 9 W 12 10 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division L Pet GB L10 — z-9-1 2'/2 6-4 5 2-8 7 4-6 9 Z-3-7 4 .765 7 .611 9 .471 11 .353 13 .235 Central Division L Pet GB L10 — 6-4 1V4 z-5-5 2 2% 6 .625 8 .529 9 .5009 .471 12 .250 3 8 .529 ' 11 .389 z-denotes tirst game was a win 5-5 7-3 6 2-8 West Division L Pet GB L10 5 .706 — z-6-4 8 .556 214 z-6-4 3 z-6-4 5% 3-7 Streak Won 3 Won 4 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 1 Streak Lost 1 Lost 3 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 2 Streak Won 1 Won 2 Lost 2 Won 1 Home Away 5-5 5- 2 5-2 4-5 4-3 5-6 3-7 4-4 Home Away 3- 2 10- 2 '4- 3 7-4 3-6 5-3 4-5 2-6 1-9 3-4 Home Away 4-4 6-2 1- 5 6- 6 3- 5 1- 7 8- 3 3- 3 5- 4 3- 5 Home Away 8-3 4-2 6-3 4-5 2-4 7-4 6-6 1-5 AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday's Games Boston 6. New York 4 Baltimore 6, Cleveland 1 Toronto 10. Milwaukee 0 Texas 5, Detroit 3 Kansas City 4, California 2 Oakland 13. Minnesota 5 Seattle 6, Chicago 5 Sunday's Games Boston 3, New York 2 Cleveland 3, Baltimore 1 Oakland 12, Minnesota 3 Toronto 8, Milwaukee 3 California 8, Kansas City 1 Detroit 8, Texas 3 Chicago 10, Seattle 2 Monday's Games Toronto (Guzman 0-0) at Texas (Tewksbury 1-1), 7:05 p.m. California (Sanderson 1-t) at Minnesota (Erickson 0-3), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Games Montreal 6, New York 1 Chicago 5, San Diego 0 San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh 4 Florida 8, Colorado 2 Atlanta 9, Cincinnati 6 Philadelphia 7. Houston 5 St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 5, Atlanta 3,10 Innings San Diego 9, Chicago 7 Philadelphia 5, Houston 2 San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 1,10 innings ' St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 5,11 innings Colorado 6, Florida 3 Montreal 3, New York 2,13 innings Monday's Games Chicago (Trachsel 1-1) at San Francisco (Leiter 1-0), 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Green 2-1) at Flonda (Burkett 2-2), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Oliveras 1-1) at Atlanta (Mercker 0-1), 6:40 p.m. Montreal (Heredia 1-2) at New York (Hamlsch 0-0), 6:40 p.m. Pittsburgh (Wagner 0-4) at Los Angeles (Martinez 3-1), 9:05 p.m. St. Louis (Hill 2-0) at San Diego (Sanders 1-0), 9:05 p.m. American League ANGELS 8, ROYALS 1 'CALIFORNIA KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl Phillips cf 4211 Coleman rf 4000 Easley2b 5100 Joyner 1b 4000 Hudlerll 3122 Gagness 4000 Edmns cl 2110 Vitiello dh 3100 . CDavis dh 4134 Borders c 4010 • Salmon rt 4 0 0 0 Lind 2b 4011 Snowlb 4111 Tucker If 3010 1 Myers c 4000 Randa 3b 3010 , 'EPerezSb 4110 Goodwincf 3010 . DSrcna ss 4000 > .Totals 38 8 9 8 Totals 32 1 5 1 California 110 030 300—8 Kansas City 010 000 000—1 E—Coleman (1), Und (1), Randa (1). LOB—California 4, Kansas City 5. 2B-tiudler (1), EPerez (3). HR-Phillips (2), CDavis (3), Snow (3). IP H RER BB SO California Langslon W.2-0 9 51116 Kansas City , Browning L.0-1 52-3 7 5 5 1 3 ' Union 11-32 3 0 0 1 Bunch 1 00000 Montgomery 1 00000 • Umpires—Home, Kosc; First, Morrison; Sec. ond, Clark; Third, Barnett. ,. WHITE SOX 10, MARINERS 2 • CHICAGO SEATTLE ; abrhbl abrhbl Uhnsn cl 6210 Amaral If 3100 : Raines If 6224 ADiaz If 1010 • Thmas 1b 2221 Sojo 2b 4021 ' Newson dh 1 1 0 0 Griy Jr cf 4121 Sabo dh 1011 Buhner rt 4000 Ventura 3b 6022 EMrtnz dh 4010 DaMtnzrt 1010 BlwersSb 3000 Dvrauxrl 3000 Strange ph 1000 *Drhm2b 4110 TMrtnzlb 3000 Krkvce c 3121 Kreuter c 3000 Guillen ss 4111 ARdrgz ss 2010 Cora 2b 1000 'Totals 37101310 Totals 33272 'Chicago 000 032 113—10 Seattle 001 001 000— 2 E—ARodriguez (2). DP—Chicago 1, Seattle 1. LOB—Chicago 13. Seattle 4. 2B—Raines (3), Thomas (6), Sabo (4), Ventura (4), DaMartinez (1), Karkovice (3), Sojo (1), ARc- driguez (2). HR—Raines (3), Griffey Jr (5). SB—Sabo (2). S—DaMartinez. SF—Guillen. IP H RER BB SO Chicago JAbbolt W.2-1 7 62205 McCaskill 1 10001 RHemandez 1 00001 Seattle Converse L.0-2 4 43355 Villone 2-300031 Cummings 11-33 3 2 2 1 King 243302 Guetterman 1 21101 HBP—by Guetterman (Sabo). WP—Villone, Cummings, King. PB—Kreuter. Balk—Cummings. Umpires—Home, Hendry; First, Meriwethen Second, Coble; Third. Merrill. RED SOX 3, YANKEES 2 NEW YORK BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl BWImsd 400.0 Tinsteycf 4000 Velarde If 4010 JnVlntn ss 3000 Leyritz 1b 4010 MVghn 1b 4010 Polonia If 0100 Cnseco dh 4000 Trtbulldh 3110 Gmwlllf 4110 Stanleyc 4021 Mcfrlnec 3111 GWIms rt 4000 Olery rf 3131 RDavis 3b 3010 Nhring 3b 3000 TFmdz ss 0001 Alicea 2b 2021 Elslerss 3010 Boggs 3b 0000 Kelly 2b 3020 James ph 0000 Mttngly tb 0000 Total! 32 2 9 2 Totals 30 3 8 3 New York 000 000 002—2 Boston 000 100 101—3 One out when winning run scored. E—Velarde (2), Macfartane (1), O'Leary (2). DP—New York 1, Boston 3. LOB—New York 8, Boston 5. 2B—Stanley (2), Greenwell (4), O'Leary (2). HR—Macfartane (4). SB—Alicea (3). CS—Alffiea (1). SF—TFemandez. IP H RER BB SO New York JMcDowell B 72127 HoweL,1-1 1-311100 Boston ZSmith 6 60011 Cormier 2 21102 Belinda 2-311120 Lilliquist 0 00010 APena W.1-0 1-300000 HBP—by JMcDowell (Macfartane). WP— Ulllquist. Umpires—Home, Cousins; First, Welke; Second, Brinkman; Third, Kaiser. OAKLAND ATHLETICS 12, TWINS 3 RHdsnil Paqttelf Gates 2b Berroa dh McGwr 1b Sierra rt Tmbrtnrf Slnbchc Holland c Broslus 36 Javier cf GaUegoss Totals abrhbl 4110 0000 3210 3324 4210 3213 0000 4134 0000 3010 5010 5110 34121211 MINNESOTA Knbteh2b Leius 3o Puckerl rf PMunzdh Men* c Crdvacf Sthvklb Britoph Jedrkil Rbouletss McCrtyph Totals abrhbl 4120 4000 3111 4112 4000 4010 3010 1000 4020 3010 1000 35 3 9 3 Oakland 002 003 205—12 Minnesota 201 000 000— 3 Stelnbach reached first on catcher's Interference. E—Steinbach (1), Knoblauch (2), Merullo (1), Stevens (1). DP—Minnesota 3. LOB—Oakland 6, Minnesota 6. 2B—Stelnbach (6). HR— Beiroa 2 (7), Sierra (4), Steinbach (2), Puckett (3), PMunoz (2). SB—Knoblauch (6). CS— RHenderson (1), Gates (1), Stahoviak (1). S— Gates. SF—Berroa. IP H RER BB SO Oakland SttlmyrW,2-0 8 83316 Lelper 1 1 0 0. 0 1 Minnesota Radke L.1-1 51-3 5 5 3 3 4 Stevens 12-31 2 1 2 1 Guthrie 11-34 5 5 3 2 Robertson 2-320000 Umpires—Home, Ford; First, Reilly; Second, Young; Third, Garcia. BLUE JAYS B, BREWERS 3 TORONTO MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Whilecf 3011 Listach2b 5010 AGnzIz ss 3000 Hmlton cf 5010 Motitordh 5110 SeitzerSb 5130 Carter If 5111 GVghndh 4110 Olerudlb 3221 May If 4010 RAImr2b 5233 Surhofftb 3100 Green rf 5121 Hulse rf 3012 Sprgue3b 5120 Mthenyc 3011 Pairish c 5020 JsVlntn ss 4000 Totals 39 814 7 Totals 36 3 9 3 Toronto 010 050 002—8 Milwaukee 000 003 000—3 E—Sprague (2), JsValentin (1). DP—Milwaukee 1'. LOB—Toronto 10, Milwaukee 9.2B—Par- rish (2), Listach (3), Seitzer (6). 3B—RAIomar (1). HR-Olerud (2), RAIomar (6), Green (1). SB—Molitor (1). CS-Hulse (1). S—AGonzalez. IP H RER BB SO Toronto HentgenW,3-0 51-3 8 3 3 3 3 Castillo 2 10001 Timlin 2-300000 Hall . 1 00000 Milwaukee EkJredL,1-1 42-3 9 5 5 2 3 Ignasiak 21-3 4 1 1 1 1 Kiefer 2 12220 Umpires—Home, Voltaggio; First, Scott; Second, Joyce: Third, McKean. INDIANS 3, ORIOLES 1 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Kirby cf 3000 ByAdsn If 3000 Vlzquel ss 4000Bassrf 4000 Baerga2b 4110 Plmirolb 3010 Belle If 3100 CRpken ss 3010 Murray 1b 4111 Bainesdh 4000 Rmrez rf 3012 Hote c 2111 WntieW dh 3000 Brberie 2b 3000 Thome 3b 4010 LGmez 3b 2010 Penac 3000 Nokesph 1000 Manlo 36 0000 Bulord cf 3000 Totals 31 3 4 3 Totals 28 1 4 1 Cleveland 000 200 010—3 Baltimore 010 000 000—1 E—Thome (1). DP—Cleveland 3. LOB— Cleveland 6, Baltimore 4. 2B—Ramirez (5), Thome (4), Palmeiro (3). HR—Murray (5), Holies (4). SB-Kirby (1), Baerga (3), Belle (2). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Hershiser W.2-1 5 31120 Poole 1 10010 Tavarez 11-30 0 0 0 1 Assenmacher 1 00003 MesaS.3 2-300000 Baltimore Rhodes L.1-2 6 32235 Mills 0 00010 Orosco 1 00012 Benitez 1 11101 DJones 1 00001 HBP—by Hershiser (Holies). Umpires—Home, Cederstrom; First, McClelland; Second, Phillips; Third, Roe. TIGERS 8, RANGERS 3 DETROIT TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Curtis d 6130 Nixon cf 5120 Whtker2b 5010 Frye2b 2110 Richer 2b 0000 WCIarktb 5110 Hggnsn If 3010 Ttlieton dh 2. 0 0 1 Trmmll ph 1000 Palmer 3b 3001 Stvrson If 0000 McLmr It 4001 KGbsn ph 1012 Greor rf 3010 Cuyterfl 0000 Vallec 2000 Fielder tb 2211 Hareph 1000 Slubbs dh 2 1 1 0 Gil ss 0000 Samuel dh 3000 Bellre ss 2000 Frymn 3b 4210 Pglrulo ph 1000 Butislarf 3111 Oliver p 0000 CGmez ss 3000 Alberro p 0000 Flhertyc 5144 Totals 38 814 8 Totals 30 3 5 3 Detroit 031 000 004—8 Texas 002 000 100—3 E—Nixon (1), Valle (1), Beltre (1). DP—Detroit 1. Texas 2. LOB—Detroit 15, Texas 9. HR—Fielder (5). SB—Curtis (2). S—Bautista, CGomez. SF—Tettlelon. IP H RER BB SO Detroit Moore W.3-1 6 22272 Bohanon 2-311110 Lira 11-310001 Henneman 1 10000 Texas Helling L.0-2 32-3 7 4 4 3 2 Herodia 2 10040 Oliver 22-3 5 4 4 2 3 TODAY'S SCHEDULE MONDAY, MAY IS BASEBALL 3-2-1A Regional at horra sites GOLF Central, South at 5A Regional In McPherson, 8:30 a.m. Sacred Heart at 2-1A Regional In Bunton, 8:30 a.m. SOFTBALL Central, South at 5A Regional, 4:45 p.m. TENNIS Central, South at 5A Regional In McPherson, 8:30 a.m. Sacred Heart at 3-2-1A Regional In Hesston, 8:30 a.m. Alberro 2-31 0000 HBP—by Helling (CGomez). Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Hirschbeck; Second, Evans; Third, McCoy. National League ROCKIES 6, MARLINS 3 COLORADO aORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Kingerycf 4000 Veras2b 5 t 1 0 Bates 2b 3111 Pendleton 3b 4100 Bichette rf 4121 Sheffield rf 3012 Galarrgalb 4110 Conine If 3000 Burks If 4010 Clbmn 1b 4010 Castilla 3b 4232 KAbbott ss 3010 Britoc 3011 Carrcf 3011 Weiss ss 3000 Zosky pr 0000 Ritz p 1010 Mathews p 0000 SReed p 0000 Dawson ph 1010 EYngph 1110 Deckerc 0000 Lskanlc p 0000 CJhnsn c 3010 Holmesp 0000 Browneph 1000 VndrWI ph 1000 RVeres p 0000 BRutfin p 0000 Rapp p 1000 Whitmrcf 2110 Dlazph 1010 Totals 32 611 5 Totals 34 3 8 3 Colorado 001 003 110—6 Florida 000 003 000—3 E—Carr (1). DP—Colorado 1, Florida 1. LOB-Colorado 4, Florida 8. 2B—Bichette 2 (6), EYoung (1). HR-Caslilla (4). SB—Burks (2). CS—Bates (2), Ritz (1), Sheffield (3). S— Klngery, Ritz. IP H RER BB SO Colorado RteW,2-0 5 53324 SReed 1 10012 Leskanic 12-31 0 0 1 4 Holmes 1-31 0000 BRutfin S.5 1 10000 Rorlda RappL.0-3 6 84331 Mathews 2 32203 RVeres 1 00002 Balk—Leskanic. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Vanoven Second, Froemming; Third, Crawford. REDS 5, BRAVES 3 CINCINNATI ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Waltoncf 3000 Grssomcf 41 1 0 DSndrsd 2000 Blauserss 3000 Larkln ss 4230 CpJnes If 4100 Gantlf 5112 McGrfftb 4120 RSndrsrf 3112 Oliva3b 5000 Boone 2b 5000 MKelly rf 3011 Mom's 1b 3000 DwSmt rf 1011 BRHntrtb 1010 O'Brien c 4001 Lewis 3b 4121 Blliard 2b 3020 JBmlly p 0000 JLopez ph 1000 Crrscop 1000 Stantonp 0000 Tbnsee c 3000 Clontz p 0000 Brryhllc '1000 Wodallp 0000 Smiley p 3000 Lemke ph 1000 XHmdz p 0000 Avery p 0000 McElry p 0000 Shrprsn ph 1000 Bmson 3b 1000 Whlers p 0000 Mrdcal 2b 1000 Totals 39 S 8 5 Totals 35 3 7 3 Cincinnati 002 001 000 2—5 Atlanta 000 100 020 0—3 E—Taubensee (2), Blauser (2), Oltva (6). LOB—Clnclnnali 9, Atlanta 11.2B—Larkln (5), MKelly (2). HR—Gant (6), RSanders (2), Lewis (1). SB—Larkin 3 (9), Grlssom (4), McGrtfl (1). CS—Lewis (1).S—Avery 2. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Smiley 7 52223 XH'nandez 1-300001 McElroy 0 01120 JBrantley 2-300012 C'rrascoW,1-3 2 20013 Atlanta Avery 7 53336 Wohlers 1 00012 Stanton 1 00001 Clontz L.0-1 2-332211 Woodall 1-300000 HBP—by JBrantley (O'Brien). PADRES 9, CUBS 7 SAN DIEGO CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl JoReed 2b 4000 McRae cf 4221 Finleycf 5000 Snchez2b 5010 TGwyn rf 5220 Sosa rf ' 5234 EWIms 1b 4110 Grace 1b 5130 Nieveslf 1300 Wilkinsc 4000 LvngstSb 3011 Dnstonss 4132 BJhnsnph 1114 BecheleSb 4000 Cmlnitl 3b 0000 Bullett If 4110 Cedenoss 4224 MPererp 0000 Asmus c 4000 Myers p 0000 Hamltnp 2000 Walkerp 0000 Blairp 0000 Casianp 0000 Plgneph 1000 Bllngerp 2000 Hrmns p 0000 Hckrsn p 0000 Brmen p 0000 Rhodes If 1000 Holbert ph 0000 Hitman p 0000 Totals 349 79 Totals 38 713 7 San Diego 020 100 240—9 Chicago 102 012 001—7 DP—San Diego 1. LOB—San Diego 3, Chicago 9. 2B—McRae (8), Grace (7). HR—BJohn- son (1), Cedeno 2 (3), Sosa 2 (5), Dunston (3). SB—TGwynn (3), Holbert (1), McRae (5). S— Bullinger. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Hamilton 5 75523 Blair 121101 HrmnsW.2-0 1 10022 Berumen 1 00000 Hoffman S,2 1 31100 Chicago Bullinger 62-3 4 5 5 1 5 Hickerson 1 11102 MPerez L.0-1 0 11100 Myers 1-312211 WaStar 1-300021 Casian 2-300000 HBP—try BuSmger (Nieves). Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Barren; Second. Tata; Third. Barnes. CARDINALS 6, DODGERS 5 ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl Gikey If 5121 DeShkJ 2b 5111 OSmith ss 5011 Otfrmn ss 5110 Lnkfrd cf 5110 Mndsi cf 5122 Zete 1b 4010 Karros 1b 3000 CooperSb 2100Pyept 0000 Mabry if 3000 Wbster If 1010 Coles ph 0000 Ashley If 2121 Perryph t 0 00 RWImsll 2100 DeLcia p 0000 HRdrgz rt 5010 Fossas p 0000 Ingram 3b 3010 Habyan p 0000 Hansen 3b 1000 Aiocha p 0000 CaHndz c 3000 Hmond ph 1000 CGwyn ph 1011 Henkep 0000 Munozc 1000 Pgnozzi c 4100 CndiotU p 3000 Cromer2b 2100 Seanezp 0000 •BJrdn rt 3123Daalp 0000 Osbme p 1000 TWIms p 0000 Hulettph 1010 Trdwayph 1000 Panett p 0000 Osuna p 0000 Oqendo2b 3000 FeRdgzp 0000 SctileW ph 1000 Totals 40 6 8 5 Totals 42 510 5 St. Louis 001 000 130 01—6 Los Angeles 100 120 010 00—5 E—Ingram 2 (8), Seanez (1). DP—St. Louis 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB—St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 8.2B—OSmith (3), Lankford (10), Offerman (4), HRodrlguez (4). HR—BJordan (4), DeShields (1), Mondesi (6), Ashley (2). SB— Zelle(1). CS—Cooper (1). IP H RER BB SO St. Louis Osbome 5 84404 Parrett 2 00025 DeLucIa 1-301 1 10 Fossas 1-300000 Habyan 0 00010 ArochaW.2-1 21-3 2 0 0 0 0 HenkeS,6 1 00001 Los Angeles Candiotti 7 54214 Seanez 1-32 1 000 Daal 1-300020 TWilliams 1-30 0 0 0 0 Osuna L.1-2 22-3 1 1 1 2 4 FeRodriguez 1-30 0 0 0 0 PHILLIES S, ASTROS 2 PHILA HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Dykstra cf 5120 Biggio 2b 4000 Mmdni 2b 5110 Gnzatez If 3010 Merles If 5232 Shipley ph 1000 DHIIns 1b 2100 HDgrvs p 0000 Hayes 3b 5031 DVeres p 0000 Glkjherrt 3001 Bgwell 1b 3000 Wbsterc 3021 DBellcf 4000 Stacker ss 4000 Mgdan3b 4010 Qanlrill p 4000 Esebk) c 4110 Bhnd p 0000 Mouton if 3110 Chrtton p 0000 Stnkwc ss 3000 Slocumb p 0000 Hmptn p 1000 Dnnelsph 1000 ToJnes p 0000 Hudekp 0000 MTmsn If 1011 Totals 36 511 5 Totals 32 2 S 1 Philadelphia 300 000 200—6 Houston 000 000 020—2 LOB—Philadelphia 9, Houston 4. 2B—Gon- zalez (5), Magadan (3), MThompson (1). HR— Jefferies (2). SB—Bagwell (4). CS—Dykstra (2). SF—Gallagher. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Quantrill W.3-0 71-3 5 2 2 0 4 Borland 1-300000 Chatlton 1-300001 Slocumb S,8 1 00011 Houston Hampton L.1-2 6 83325 ToJones 1 22210 Hudek 1 10001 Hartgraves 2-300010 DVeres 1-300000 Umpires—Home, Reliford; First, Gorman; Second, Wendelstedl; Third, Marsh. GIANTS 2, PIRATES 1,10 Innings PITTSBURGH SAN FRAN abrhbl abrhbl Brmfldcf 5000 DLewisd 5121 JBell ss 5000 RbTpsn 2b 4020 Pegues rf 4010 Bonds H 4001 King 3b 2110 GHIII rf 4010 Aude 1b 2000 Beck p 0000 Jhnsonlb 1000 JeReedc 3 0 1'0 Martin If 4000 MaWIm ph • 1000 Micellp 0000 Mnwrnc 0000 Parentc 3010 Claylonss 4110 Sasserc 1010 ScrsoneSb 3000 . CGrcla 2b 4000 Phillips 1b 2000 lleberp 2000 Pttrsonph 1000 Liriano ph 1000 Burba p 0000 Plesacp 0000 Crreonrf 1000 DCIark If 1010 TWIson p 2000 Deweyp 0000 Bnzngr 1b 1010 Totals 35 1 5 0 Totals 35 2 B 2 Pittsburgh 010 000 000 0—1 San Francisco 100 000 000 1—2 Two outs when winning run scored. E-^JeReed (1). DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB— Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 8. SB—King (1), Aude(1), DLewis(2).S—Scareone. • IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Ueber 6 41101 Plesac 21-3 2 0 0 0 2 Miceli L.0-1 11-32 1 1 1 1 San Francisco TWilson 7 31038 Dewey 1 00001 Burba 11-32 0 0 0 3 BeckW.1-1 2-300002 WP—Miceli. Balk—TWilson. Umpires—Home, Bell; First, Layne; Second, Runge; Third, DeMuth. Late boxscores SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ROYALS 4, ANGELS 2 CALIFORNIA KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhM Phillips If 3111 Coleman rf 3011 Eas!ey2b 4000 Goodwind 4000 Myers c 4000 JoyneMb 4110 CDavlsdh 4000 Hamelindh 2000 Salmon rf 2100 Wilier dh 1000 Edmns cf 4000 Gagne ss 2001 Snow 1b 3011 Tucker If 4110 Owen 3b 2000 Gaetti 3b 4112 DSrcna ss 3010 Mayne c 3120 Und 2b 2010 Totals 29 2 3 2 Totals 29 4 7 4 California 000 011 000—2 Kansas City 000 110 002—4 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—California 1. LOB-Califomia 4, Kansas City 4.2B—Coleman (3), Joyner (6), Mayne (2). HR-Philllps (1), Gaetti (3). SB-Salmon (1). S—Phillips, Gagne, Und. SF—Gagne. IP H RER BB SO California Boskie 72-3 5 2 2 1 3 BP'lerson L.1-1 1 11100 Percival 0 11100 Kansas City Appier W.4-1 9 32238 HBP-by Boskie (Hamelln). Umpires—Home, Bamett; First, Kosc; Second. Morrison; Third, Clark. SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE CARDINALS 3, DODGERS 2 ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES abrhbl abrhbl Gllkey If 4121 DeShtd 2b 4010 OSmithss 3110 Offrmnss 3010 Lnkfrd cf 3011 Mndsld 5121 Zelle 1b 4011 Karros 1b 4010 CooperSb 4000 HRdrgzrf 5021 BJrdn rt 4000 Ashteylf 4010 Pgnozzi c 4000 Hansen 3b 3010 Cramer 2b 4000 CaHndz c 2000 Frsctre p 1000 RWIms ph 1000 Plactos p 0000 Astacto p 2000 Mabryph 1110 FRdrgzp 0000 Arocha p 0000 Trdway ph 1000 Henkep 0000 Hansellp 0000 CGwyn ph 1110 Totals 32363 Totals 352102 SL Louis 000 002 100—3 Los Angeles 001.000 001-2 E—Ashley (1). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, Los Angeles 12.2B—Mabry (2), HRo- driguez (3), CGwynn (1). SB—DeShields 2 (7), Mondesi 2 (4). CS—HRodrlguez (1). IP H RER BB SO St Louis Frsctre W.1-0 5 5 1 1 3 '6 Palacios 1 ' 1 0 0 1 2 Arocha 2 20001 HenkeS.5 121120 Loa Angeles AstacloL.0-1' 62-3 63324 FRodriguez 1-30 0 0 0 0 Hysell' 2 00000 HBP—by Astaclo (OSmith). Umpires—Home, West; First, Darting; Second, Ponclno; Third, Pulli. Texas League All Times CDT First Half Eastern Division W L Pet QB Arkansas (Cardinals) 22 12 .647 Shreveport (Giants) 22 13 .629 <A Jackson (Astros) 13 20 .394 S'/i Tulsa (Rangers) 13 21 .382 9 Western Division S.Antonio (Dodgers) 22 15 .595 Midland (Angels) 18 19 .486 4 El Paso (Brewers) 17 20 .459 5 Wichita (Royals) 15 22 .405 7 Saturday's Games Wichita 2, Jackson 0 Shreveport 14, San Antonio 2 El Paso 6, Tulsa 5,10 Innings Arkansas 4, Midland 3,1st game Midland 6, Arkansas 4,2nd game Sunday's Games Jackson 7, Wichita 1 San Antonio 4, Shreveport 0 Tulsa 5, El Paso 3 Monday's Games Jackson at Wichita. 11:15 a.m. Shreveport at San Antonio El Paso at Tulsa Midland at Arkansas Missouri Valley WICHITA STATE 2, CHEIGHTON 1 (10 Innings) Crekjhton 000 001 000 0 - 1 3 0 Wichita State 000 000 100 1 - 2 6 1 WP - Looper (3-2). LP -Glllis (2-2). 2B - C: Mahoney. WP - Hancock (5-2). LP - Taylor. S - Thomas (9). 2B - CC: Loving; C: Holmes, Gentry. HR C: Gentry. Basketball Juco COLBV 8, COWLEY COUNTY 2 Cowley County 002 000 000 - 2 4 3 Colby 000 103 02)i - 6 10 0 NBA playoffs All Time* CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (BMt-of-7) Saturday, May 13 Houston 116, Phoenix 85 Indiana 98, New York 84, Indiana leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 14 Phoenix 114, Houston 110, Phoenix leads series 3-1 San Antonio 80, L.A. Lakers 71, San Antonio leads series 3-1 Chicago 106, Orlando 95, series tied 2-2 Tuesday, May 16 Chicago at Orlando, 6 p.m. (TNT) LA. Lakers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. (TNT) Houston at Phoenix, 9:30 (TBS) NBA summaries SUNS 114, ROCKETS 110 Phoenix (114) Berkley 9-20 8-13 26, Green 5-10 4-4 14, Klelne 1-40-02, Johnson 16-24 5-7 43, Person 5-103-416, Majerie 0-6 0-0 0, Tisdale 1-5 0-0 2, Alnge 1-1 2-2 4, Schayes 2-5 3-4 7. Totals 42-8525-34114. Houston (110) Chllcutt 3-8 0-0 8, Hony 1-4 1-2 3, Olajuwon 17-34 4-8 38, Drexler 7-13 7-8 22, Smith 3-4 3412, Brown 1-2 2-2 4, Cassell 4-10 5414, Elle 4-7 0-0 9. Totals 40-6? 22-32 110. Phoenix 24 30 37 23-114 Houston 28 36 24 22-110 3-Point goals-Phoenix 5-17 (Person 3-6, Johnson 2-2, Green 0-1, Klelne 0-1, Barkley 03, Majerte 0-4), Houston 8-22 (Smith 3-4, Chil- cult 2-6, Cassell 1-2, Elle 1-2, Drexler 1-6, HOT- ry 0-2). Fouled out-Hony. SPURS 80, LAKERS 71 San Antonio (80) Cummlngs 2-10 2-4 6, Elliott 6-19 2-3 14, Robinson 11-25 4-6 26, Del Negro 1-2 OX) 2, Johnson 5-9 2-4 12, Person 1-3 0-0 2, Reid 5-6 5-615, Rivers 1-4 0-0 3. Totals 32-7815-23 80. LA Lakers (71) Campbell 6-12 0-012, Ceballos 3-110-0 7, Dl- vac 5-12 4-814, Peeler 3-7 2-410, Van Exel 416 0-0 8, Jones 4-9 1-3 10, Bowie 0-0 2-2 2, Lynch 1-6 3-4 5, Smith 1-2 OX) 3. Totals 27-75 12-1971. San Antonio 27 1* IS 1(-N LA Lakers 17 22 12 20-71 3-Polnt goals-San Antonio 1-9 (Rivers 1-2, Person 0-2, Elliott 0-5), Los Angeles 5-24 (Peeler 2-5, Smith 1-2, Jones 1-3, Ceballos 1-6, Divac 0-1, Lynch 0-1, Van Exel 0-6). Fouled out-Robinson. BULLS 106, MAGIC 95 Orlando (85) Grant 9-11 3-4 21, Scott 6-16 0-1 20, O'Neal 5-10 7-10 17, Anderson 2-7 6-8 11, Hardaway 6-17 3-4 16, Shaw 1-7 2-2 4, Avent 1-1 3-3 5, Bowie 0-11-2 1. Totals 32-70 25-34 95. Chicago (106) Plppen 7-157-9 24, Kukoc 6-13 OX) 13, Longley 1-33-45, Armstrong 5-9 7-918, Jordan 9-21 6-8 26, Harper 1-2 0-0 2, Perdue 4-7 3-5 11, Buechler 0-31 -21, Kerr 1 -2 0-0 2, Wennlngton 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 36-60 29-37106. Orlando 20 28 24 23- 95 Chicago 34 25 21 26-106 3-Point goals-Orlando 6-18 (Scott 4-9, Anderson 1-1, Hardaway 1-5, Shaw 0-3), Chicago 515 (Plppen 3-7, Armsrtrong 1-2, Kukoc 1-3, Jordan 0-1, Buechler 0-1, Kerr 0-1). Fouled cut-None. Hockey NHL playoffs All Time* CDT CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS (BMt-of-7) Saturday, May 13 Chicago 3, Toronto 1, series tied 2-2 Calgary 6, San Jose 4, series tied 2-2 St. Louis 5, Vancouver 2, series tied 2-2 Sunday, May 14 Dallas 4, Detroit 1, Detroit leads series 3-1 Quebec 4, NY Rangers 2, New York leads series 3-2 Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 4, Philadelphia wins series 4-1 Pittsburgh 6, Washington 5 (ot), Washington leads series 3-2 New Jersey 3, Boston 2, New Jersey wins series 4-1 Monday, May 15 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at SI Louis, 7 p.m. Toronto at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Auto racing Indy qualifing PARTIAL LINEUP INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Partial lineup for the May 28 Indianapolis 500, listing driver, residence, car number, chassis-engine, and four- lap qualification average speed In mph (r-rookle; more qualifications on May 20-21): Row1 1. Scott Brayton, Coldwater, Mich., No. 60, 1995 Lcta-Menard, 231.604. 2. Arle Luyendyk, Netherlands^ No. 40,1995 Lola-Menard, 231.031. 3. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 24, 1995 Reynard-Honda, 230.759. Row 2 4. Michael Andrettf, Nazareth, Pa., No. 6,1995 Lola-Ford, 229.294. 5. Jacques Villeneuve, Canada, No. 27,1995 Reynard-Ford, 228.397. 6. Mauriclo Gugelmln, Brazil, No. 18, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 227.923. Row 3 7. Robby Gordon, Orange, Caltf., No. 6,1995 Reynard-Ford, 227.531. 8. Scott Pruett, Granite Bay, Calif., No. 20, 1995 Lola-Ford, 227.403. 9. Jimmy Vasser, Discovery Bay, Calif., No. 12,1995 Reynard-Ford, 227.350. Row 4 10. Hiro Matsushita, Japan, No. 25,1994 Reynard-Ford, 226.887. .11. Stan Fox, Janestrllle, WIs., No. 91,1995 Reynard-Ford, 226.588. 12. r-Andre Rlbeiro, Brazil, No. 31,1995 Reynard-Honda, 226.495. Rows 13. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Captetrano, Calif., No. 21, 1994 Reynard-Mercedes, 226.402. 14. Eddie Cheever, Aspen, Colo., No. 14, 1995 Lola-Ford, 226.314. 15. Teo Fabi, Italy, No. 33, 1995 Reynard- Ford, 225.911. Row 6 16. Paul Tracy, Canada, No. 3, 1995 Lola- Ford, 225.795. 17. r-AlessandroZampedrt, Italy, No. 34,1994 Lola-Ford, 225.753. 18. Bryan Herta, Valencia, Calif., No. 4,1995 Reynard-Ford, 225.551. Row 7 19. Danny Sullivan, Aspen, Coto., No. 17, 1995 Reynard-Ford, 225.496. 20. r-GII de Penan, Brazil, No. 8,1995 Reynard-Mercedes, 225.437. 21. Hkteshi Matsuda, Japan, No. 54,1994 Lola-Ford, 227.818. RowB 22. Bobby Rahal, Milliard. Ohio, No. 9,1995 Lola-Mercedes, 227.081. 23. Raul Boesel, Brazil, No. 11, 1995 Lola- Mercedes, 226.026. 24. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. SOT, 1995 Lola-Menard, 226.017. Row 9 25. r-Eliseo Salazar, Chile, No. 7,1995 Lola- Ford, 225.023. Spanish GP BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Results Sunday from the 65-lap Spanish Grand Prix on the 2.937-mile Circuit of Catalunya, a total of 190.919 miles, with driver, country, car, time, average speed or laps completed: 1. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton- Renault, 1 hour, 34 minutes, 20.507 seconds, 121.392 mph. 2. Johnny Herbert, Britain, Benetton-Renault, 51.988 seconds behind, 120.316. 3. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Ferrari, 1 minute, 5.237 seconds behind, 120.038. 4. Damon Hill, Britain, Williams-Renault, 2:01.749,118.865. 5. Eddie Irvine. Ireland, Jordan-Peugeot, 64 laps completed. 6. aMer Panls, France, Lkjler-Mugen, 64. 7. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Jordan-Peu- geol, 64. 8. Helnz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber- Ford, 64. 9. Martin Brundle, Britain, Ugler-Mugon, 64. 10. Mlka Juhanl Sale, Finland, Tyired-Yama- ha, 54. 11. Gianni MorbWelll, Italy, Footwork-Hart, 63. 12. Jos Verstappen, Netherlands, Simtek- Ford, 63. 13. Karl WendHnger, Austria, Sauber-Ford, 63. 14. Pleriukjl Martini, Daly, Minardl-Ford, 62. 15. Domenlco Schlattarella, Italy, Slmtek- Ford,61. Local results SALINA RACEWAY Strictly Stock Hett 1 -1. Troy Davis, Salina; 2. Ronald Griffin, Gypsum; 3. George Lyne, Salina. Heat 2 1. Mike Cragg, Junction City; 2. Scott Phillips, Salina; 3. Rusty Rice, White City. A feature-1. Cragg; 2. Brian Ryft, Junction City; 3. Davis. IMCA Modified Heat 1 - 1. Dave Hardesty, Minneapolis; 2. Kurt Johnston, Concordia; 3. John Cragg, Manhattan. Heat 2 -1. Jerry Phillips, Galva; 2. Tim Echevarria, Junction City; 3. Kenny Sweet, Wichita. Heat 3 - 1. Mel Potts, Salina; 2. G.W. Fuller, Salina; 3. Marvin Bradford, Salina. A feature -1. Phillips; 2. Johnston; 3. Was Mohr, Jr., Wichita. B feature -1. Sam Brittendall, Salina; 2. Butch Day, McPherson; 3. Gary Bradford, Salina. Mini Stock Heat 1 -1. Danny Morrison, Salina; 2. Steve Wlthee, Junction City; 3. Jerry Hedberg, Unds- borg. Heat 2 - 1. Wylan Petne, Solomon; 2. Mark Abel!, Minneapolis; 3. Detalna Berry, Salina. Meet 3 -1. Bruce Lagroon, Salina; 2. Billy Fuller, Salina; 3. Mark Hedberg, Undsborg. A feature -1. J.Hedoerg; 2. Morrison; 3. Wlthee. B feature -1. Jeff Dame, Salina; 2. Corey Lagroon, Salina; 3. Ron Rouse, Salina. Pro Stock Heat 1 -1. Brian Knoell, Undsborg; 2. Gary Abell, Belolt; 3. Bob Arnold, Salina. A feature 1. Knoell; 2. Abell; 3. Gary Clements, Bennlng- ton. Trophy dash-1. Knoell. Track State college NAIA MO-KAN CHAMPIONSHIPS At Baldwin City MEN Torn Scores Southwestern 234, Baker 54, Bethany 54, Ml- dAmerica Nazarene 49, Ottaw 45, Bethel 30, Missouri Valley 30, Park 20, Sterling 20, William Jewell 20, Tabor 16, McPherson 17, Evangel 10, Kansas Westoyan 8. Bethany, Kansas Wtsleyan Results Shot put - 3. Stemenskl, KW, 46-5'/<; 5. Peterson, B, 44-4*. Discus - 2. DeQarmo, B, 149-6; 4. Johnson, B, 132-7. Hammer -1. DeGarmo, B, 141-8; 2. Radke, B, 141-2; 4. Peterson, B, 132-7. Javelin - 4. Radke, B, 166-3; 5. Hawkins, B, 157-3. Steeplechase - 2. DeGarmo, B, 10:05.94.5000m run - 4. DeGarmo, B, 16:2525.1300m relay - 5. Kansas Wesleyan, 3:31.67. WOMEN Team Scores Southwestern 204, Missouri Valley 100, Ml- dAmehca Nazerene 40, Bethany 33, Sterling 26, Baker 23, McPherson 16, Bethel 15, Central Methodist 10, Tabor 6, Ottawa 7, William Jewell 6. Bethany Rosurts Shot put -1. Reed, 41-1. Discus - 2. Cantrell, 116-9. Triple Jump - 2. Myers, 36-9%. (00m run - 6. Magnet), 2:37.5.1500m run - 3. Magnett, 5:09.13. High school NORTHWEST KANSAS LEAGUE AtAtwood BOYS Team Scorn Colby 142, Scott City 103, Oakley 99, Goodland 75, St. Francis 68, Obertln 43, Hoxle 20, Atwoods. Individual Results 110m hurdles -1. Dennis, Oak, 15.0; 2. Ostmeyer, Ob, 15.9; 3. Graver, SC, 16.3. 3200m relay -1. Colby, 8:31.3; 2. St. Francis, 8:48.2; 3. Goodland, 9:16.4. 100m dash -1. EM, SC, 11.1; 2. Spangler, C, 11.3;3.Tubbs, C, 11.3. 1600m run - 1. O'Brien, SC, 4:41.4; 2. Del.- mal, Ob, 4:46.7; 3. Bossert, C, 4:48.2. 400m relay -1. Goodland, 44.2; 2. Scott City, 44.7; 3. Oberiln, 45.1. 400m dash -1. Herbers, SC, 49.9; 2. Spangler, C, 50.0; 3. Keck, G, 50.9. 300m hurdles - 1. Dennis, Oak, 42.9; 2. Kahle, Oak, 43.3; 3. Cook, C, 43.4. 600m run - 1. Herbers, SC, 2:04.4; 2. Murphy, Oak, 2:05.1; 3. Schlppers, C, 2:07.7. 200m dash -1. Eltel, SC, 22.8; 2. Tubbs, C, 23.4; 3. Fetver, G, 23.4. 3200m run -1. O'Brien, SC, 10:34.1; 2. Carr, Oak, 10.35.7; 3. Weber, H, 10:51.4. 1600m relay -1. Scon City, 3:30.0; 2. Colby, 3:34.4; 3. Oakley, 3:41.3. Shot put -1. McKee, G, 46-4; 2. Jennings, C, 44-5;3.Faytor,SF,43-9y4. Discus-1. Taylor, C, 144-1; 2. Dennis, Oak, 143-11; 3. Blanchard, SF, 140-5. High jump -1. Poling, SF, 6-0; 2. J.Seare, C, 5-10; 3. T.Sears, C, 5-10. Long Jump -1. Keck, G, 204; 2. Hooper, G, 20-7K; 3. Eltel, SC, 20-6. Triple jump -1. Keck, G, 43-5; 2. Claussen, Ob, 39-1V4; 3. VanEaton, Oak, 38-10. Javelin - 1. Tubbs, C, 1744; 2. Stanley, C, 171-5;3.MeHn,C, 160-8. Pots vault - 1. Poling, SF, 13-0; 2. Samuelson, Oak, 11-6; 3. Carter, SF, 10-6. GIRLS Teurn Scores • Goodland 104, Colby 100, Scott City 84, Hox- le 75, Atwood 63, St. Francis 59, Oakley 38, Oberiin 20. Individual Results 100m hurdles - 1. Dunn, Oak, 16.3; 2. Kuntzch, SC, 16.8; 3. Lewallen, A, 17.5. 800m relay - 1. Hoxie, 1:53.5; 2. Oakley, 1:53.7; 3. Atwood, 1:56.9. 100m dash -1. Timm, A, 12.9; 2. Thompson, SC, 13.0; 3. Bliss, C, 13.1. 1600m run -1. Cassldy, SF, 5:26.1; 2. Murphy, SF, 5:47.1; 3. McCandless, SC, 5:47.5. 400m relay - 1. Goodland, 52.1; 2. Colby, 52.3; 3. Scott City, 52.4. 400m dash -1. Tlmm, A, 1:00.7; 2. Schultz, SF, 1:01.5; 3. Duell.G, 1:01.8. 300m hurdles - 1. McDanlel, G, 47.5; 2. Undstren, SF, 47.6; 3. Kuntzsch, SC, 48.6. •00m run -1. Schlelds, G, 2:34.1; 2. Courtney, Oak, 2:37.9; 3. Hallagln, G, 2:37.9. 200m dash -1. Tlmm, A, 26.9; 2. Becker, G, 27.5; 3. Thompson, SC, 27.6. 3200m run -1. Cassldy, SF, 12:46.4; 2. McCandless, SC, 13:04.1; 3. Muss, C, 13:30.5. 1600m relay -1. Goodland, 4:19.0; 2. Hoxle, 4:22.2; 3. St. Francis, 4:25.2. Shot put - 1. Williams, H, 35-K; 2. Wllllby, Ob, 32-1 'A; 3. Erickson, Ob, 30-11 Vi. Discus -1. Williams, H, 118-4; 2. Johnson, C, 104-4; 3. TIpklns.G, 99-5. High lump -1. Munsell, C, 5-2; 2. Wels, H, 50; 3. Schultz, SF, 5-0.. Long Jump-1. Campbell, H, 164 Vi; 2. Herbers, SC, 164; 3. Lucas, Q, 15-1114. Triple lump - 1. Campbell, H, 354; 2. Herbers, SC, 324'A; 3. Wilson, C, 32-2 V4. Javelin -1. Johnson, C, 115-5; 2. Duell, G, 114-10; 3. Williams, H, 104-5. 3200m relay -1. Goodland, 10:32.1; 2. Colby, 10:44.9:3. Scott City, 12:01.2. Etc. Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Optloned Jeffrey Hammonds, outfielder, to Bowie ol the Eastern League. Placed Andy Van Slyke, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 11. BOSTON RED SOX-Oeslgnated Joel Johnston, pitcher, for assignment Activated Zane Smith, pitcher. Optioned Mike Hartley and Frank Rodriguez, pitchers, and Steve Rodriguez, infielder, to' Pawtucket ol the International League. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Optioned David Bell, infielder, and Chad Ogea, pitcher, to Buffalo ol the American Association. KANSAS CITY ROYALS-Recalled Tom Browning, pitcher, from Omaha of the American Association. Released Felix Jose, outfielder. National League CHICAGO CUBS-Sgned Joe Magrane, pitcher, to a minor-league contract Placed Chris Nabholz, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Tanyon Sturtze and Tom Edens, pitchers, to Iowa ol the American Association. FLORIDA MARLINS-Activaled Chris Hammond, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Rich Scheld, pitcher, to Charlotte of the International League. FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS-Slgned Shane Dronett, defensive end, to a one-year contract SALINA RADIO/TV Monday. May 15 Television BASEBALL 3 p.m. - Chicago at San Francisco (NL) WON, 6:35 p.m. - Colorado at Atlanta (NL) WTBS, HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. - Dallas at Detroit ESPN2, 7:30 p.m. - Toronto at Chicago ESPN, GENERAL 10 a.m.-'Sportscenter ESPN, 5:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, 10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, 10:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, Midnight - Calling All Sports CNN, 12:30 p.m. - Sports Latenlght CNN, 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 46 cable 29 cable 47 cable 25 cable 25 cable 25 cable 30 cable 25 cable 30 cable 30 cable 25 Radio GENERAL 5:30 pm - KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1150-AM 6:30 p.m. - SportsTalk WIBW, 580-AM SPORTS DIGEST Auto racing • At Barcelona, Spain, Michael Schumacher, tired of critics saying the pressure was getting to him, did something about it with an easy victory Sunday in the Spanish Grand Prix. "If people think I am under pressure, I like to answer in the best way possible, and I think I have done that," he said after beating Benetton-Renault teammate Johnny Herbert by 51.9 seconds. Schumacher, the reigning Formula One champion, won the first race this year after initially being disqualified over a fuel controversy. In the last two races, he spun out. He also has had several accidents in practice sessions. This time, the German's 12th career victory .was relatively easy. He had no problems, a stark contrast to the other contenders. Boxing • At Sacramento, Calif., Lennox Lewis needed fewer than five rounds to take out an overweight and undertrained opponent, while Michael Moorer settled in for the distance and a lopsided decision in the first outings for both heavyweights since losing their titles. "I felt I could have ended the fight earlier, but I was sticking to the plan," Lewis said after Saturday night's fight doubleheader: Lewis, 26-1 with 22 knockouts, dropped Lionel Butler at the start of the fifth round, then finished him off with a flurry of solid punches that left Butler draped on the ropes as referee Marty Denkin called a halt to the fight five seconds before the bell. Cycling • At Assisi, Italy, Switzerland's Tony Rominger sped through a rain-soaked time trial Sunday to capture the leader's pink jersey after the second stage of the Tour of Italy cycling race. Rominger, holder of the one-hour world record and a time trial specialist, covered the 11.8-mile race against the clock between Foligno and Assisi in 25 minutes, 5 seconds. He leads by 43 seconds after two stages with a total time of 5 hours, 40 minutes, 56 seconds. Tennis • At Hamburg, Germany, Andrei Medvedev established a career precedent and fortified his confidence by winning Sunday in the German Open. "I've never (successfully) defended a title before," the Ukranian said after a 6-3, 6-2, 61 victory over Croatian Goran Ivanisevic on a chilly, windy day. "I gained my confidence again, it was important to win." With the clay court victory behind him, Medvedev was en- thuiastic about the upcoming French Open. The Grand Slam event scheduled May 29 is the premier clay court tournament in the world. "I am very excited going into the French Open," he said. "I feel again that I have a chance there." • At Rome, Conchita Martinez established herself as the favorite for the French Open when she won her fourth straight clay court tournament, beating Anantxa Sanchez Vicario on Sunday in the Italian Open. Martinez won earlier this year on clay at Hilton Head, S.C., Amelia Island, Fla., and Hamburg, Germany. • At Pinehurst, N.C., Thomas Enqvist took advantage of a short lapse in concentration by Javier Frana early in the third set and held on to win the U.S. Clay Court Championships on Sunday. Enqvist, the second seed from Sweden, won his third tournament title of the year with a 6-3, 3-6,, 6-3 victory over the unseeded Frana to collect $37,500 in prize money. After dropping the first set, Frana won the second to even the match, then had two break points in the opening game of the deciding set. Enqvist battled back to hold serve, rattling Frana into losing his next two service games. Track • At Ames, Iowa, defending champion Iowa State is an underdog heading into the Big Eight outdoor track and field championships Monday and Tuesday at Ames. Nebraska has been tabbed by league coaches to win both the men's and women's titles. The Cornhuskers haven't claimed a men's championship since 1990 but has won every women's championship since 1979. 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