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26 Fri., Aur 7. 1987 MiRf.vi.poRT-WMi.R Tip Timet New Knight coach glad to get cflriDls under way 7 s ' M AC Time photeMIKE SILVA Captain Shreve High varsity candidates oo school football practice oot under way on prac-through their opening paces Thursday as high tice fields around the state. Saints' Hokie Gajan hurts knee in non-contact drill The Associated Press Fullback Hokie Gajan, trying for a comeback with the New Orleans Saints after missing last season with a wrecked right knee, hurt his left knee in non-contact drills Thursday and had to leave the afternoon practice to see team doctors. J,The team bused to the Superdome ttSNew Orleans for Thursday's workouts due to wet fields at Southeastern Louisiana University. ; Gajan was walking with a barely perceptible limp when he returned to training camp for the evening meal. He consulted briefly with team trainer Dean Kleinschmidt, then refused to talk to reporters. "It's all undetermined," he said, apologizing for his uncharacteristic brevity but refusing even to describe how the injury occured. Starting wide receiver Eric Martin also missed Thursday's evening practice to have fluid drained from his right knee, the one on which he had arthroscopic surgery last spring. Ranis' trvin unhappy Cornerback LeRoy Irvin wants to be traded, especially since learning wtere his salary ranks compared HFL nOUHDUP with other NFL defensive backs. A recent salary poll of the 45 top-paid cornerbacks and safeties did not include Irvin, who started for the National Conference in last winter's Pro Bowl. "I must not be that good because 45 guys make more than me," he told the Los Angeles Times in an interview published Thursday. "They expect you to be All-Pro and then pay you like a backup," Irvin added. Irvin hasn't practiced with the Rams since ending a six-day holdout. That holdout was to show dissatisfaction over a deal he signed in March that extended his contract through this season. Irvin, who is due to make 1250,000 in 1987, claims to have an injured hamstring. Irvin is not alone among the upset Rams. Eric Dickerson wants a trade because at $683,000, he's not in the top 10 of running back wage Cowboys Cut eight The Dallas Cowboys placed eight players on waivers, including four defensive backs led by Texas AIM'S James Flowers. The other defensive backs who were cut included Von Allen of Virginia State, Hardy Griffin of Colorado State, and Charles Davis of Tennessee. Others cut were kicker Roger Ruzek of Weber State, fullbacks Steve Griffin of Tennessee State, and Mike LeBlanc of Stephen. F. Austin, and linebacker Dave Brown of Miami (Ohio). Mitchell fails physical Tackle Leonard Mitchell, traded to the Oilers for an undisclosed 1988 draft choice, failed his physical in Houston Thursday, forcing the Philadelphia Eagles to return him to their roster. The problem Involved a knee, according to team spokesman Ed Wisneski. Other medical problems plagued two more Eagles Thursday, the first day of practice at training camp. Starting left tackle Ken Reeves, a former Texas A&M player from Pittsburg, Texas, underwent an appendectomy Wednesday night at Paoli Memorial Hospital Tudor scatters four hits as Cards defeat Phillies The Associated Press ! John Tudor pitched four-hit ball 6ver 5 innings for his first victory after more than three months on the disabled list with a broken leg as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 5-2, Thursday night in Philadelphia. I Willie McGee and Terry Pendleton each drove in two runs to help snap a two-game losing streak and extend the Phillies' losing ttreak to six. ; Tudor, in his second start since coming off the disabled list, struck iut.four and walked none. Bill Dawley pitched one inning, Ricky Horton 1, and Todd Worrell got the final two outs for his 23rd save. ; Tudor, 3-1, suffered a broken bone n his right knee April 19 in a freak dugout collision with New York Vlets' catcher Barry Lyons. He Came off the disabled list July 30, pitched two games in the minors, and on Aug. 1 went four innings against Pittsburgh, t METS 7, CUBS 6 Kevin McReynolds' bases-loaded single with one out in the ninth inning tcored Lee Mazzilli to give New York a 7-6 victory over visiting Chi- ML ROUNDUP NL on TV Today Chicago Cuba at Naw York Mata, 6:30 p.m., WGN; Atlanta Brave at Lot Angola Dodgara, 9:30 p.m., WTBS. cago for the Mets' sixth straight victory. Mazzilli led off the ninth inning with a walk off reliever Lee Smith, 3-7, and moved to second on Tim Teufel's sacrifice. The Cubs intentionally walked Keith Hernandez and Darryl Strawberry's infield hit off the leg of Smith loaded the bases. With the infield and outfield playing in, McReynolds hit a long fly to left that fell in and scored Mazzilli as the Mets won for the ninth time in their last 10 games. McReynolds has hit in 12 straight games. Roger McDowell, 7-3, pitched two innings for the victory. PADRES 7, BRAVES 4 Benito Santiago broke a ninth-inning tie with a two-out infield single and Garry Templeton added a two-run single to give visiting San Diego a victory over Atlanta. With the scored tied 4-4, Shane Tigers pounce on Guidry in 12-5 mauling of Yanks The Associated Press ! Darrell Evans' two-run double keyed Detroit's four-run first inning and Frank Tanana held New York to one run and five hits through seven innings as the Tigers beat the Yankees 12-5 Thursday night in the opener of their four-game series in Detroit. he Tigers, who hit four doubles, also had a six-run third inning dur-fcfwhich they chased Ron Guidry, f he victory lifted the third-place Tigers within two games of the first-place Yankees in the American League East. t Tanana, 12-7, who beat the Yan-fees in New York last Saturday, flsed his assortment of off-speed itches to strike out seven while walking one. Willie Hernandez gave ftp Jour runs in the eighth, including rookie Roberto Kelly's first major-league homer, a three-run shot. 'INDIANS 14. BLUE JAYS S Pinch hitter Casey Parsons hit a 5 rand slam and Cory Snyder and ay Bell also homered as host Cleveland collected 16 hits and ended Toronto's four-game winning Streak. ; Parsons' homer, his first this AL ROUNDUP AL on TV Today Taxai Rangara at Baltimore Or iolaa, 7 p.m., KMSS. season and only the second of his career, came on the second pitch from reliever Mark Eichhorn in the sixth and gave the Indians their third four-run inning of the game. The setback prevented the Blue Jays from moving into first place in the American League East. They remained one-half game behind the New York Yankees. Geveland starter Scott Bailes, 5-4, gave up three runs on five hits in five innings. Doug Jones gave up a run on three hits in two innings, Ed Vande Berg surrendered a home run to Jesse Barfield in the eighth and Sammy Stewart pitched a scoreless ninth. Loser Jim Clancy, 10-8, retired only one of the six batters he faced during Cleveland's four-run first inning. The Indians also scored four times in the fifth. BREWERS 11, ORIOLES 8 In Milwaukee, Robin Yount hit a two-run triple to cap a five-run fourth in- By RUSSELL HEDGES Times Cormpondent Dennis Dunn hasn't had much time to reflect oo what it means to return to his alma mater, Woodla wn High School, as the school's bead football coach. He's been too busy. Woodla wn, like most area high schools, began heat acclimation workouts Thursday. Louisiana High School Athletic Association Schools are required to go through five days of heat conditioning workouts during which no football drills are permitted. After that, teams must practice for three days in shorts and helmets before putting on full pads. "It feels good to get outside and start working again," said Dunn, 25. "We've been doing so many other things." Those "other things" Dunn is referring to involve housekeeping chores in the locker room that have kept Dunn and his staff busy all summer. The Woodla wn coaches have been painting the walls and lockers, washing the floor, straightening the weight room, cleaning the equipment room and putting dowt carpet The above scenario is typical ol the kind of work most area higt school football coaches have to dc before the first player reports fot practice. Dunn kept his team out for about an hour Thursday and said the heat wasn't a problem. He also said about 55 sophomores, juniors and seniors came out for practice. About 50 freshman showed up for physicals, but they won't report until school starts. "I just feel like I'm at home," Dunn said of being back at Wood-lawn. "It's a dream come true. It's just exciting to be back at Wood-lawn High. I just hope we can add to the tradition." The Knights finished as co-champions with Southwood in District 1-AAAA last year, losing to the Cow-boys 10-6 in the final regular season game of the season. Dunn, 25, was an assistant coach at Southwood last year. Many of the same players that led Woodla wn to a 7-4 record are back, including the entire offensive backfield of quarterback Bubba Jordan and running backs Gydell Brooks and Terrance Strickland. EfflSEBflEiL ii.mj.njiu.MiiiwiJiAi i irrt.i.Hu.Mim:i.ilJl. i EAST DIVISION New York Toronto Detroit Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Cleveland Minnesota Oakland California Konsas City Texas Seattle Chicoso W 65 64 61 S5 SO 48 40 W SB 56 56 53 51 51 43 Pet .596 .592 .581 .519 .467 .444 .370 GB V4 2 8V4 14 Wi 24V LM 1-6-4 1-7-3 Z-6-4 6-4 1-5-5 3-7 6-4 Streak Home Away Lost 1 37-17 28-27 35-19 29-25 34-21 27-23 31-24 24-27 3V18 19-39 19-30 29-30 24-31 16-37 Lost 4 Won 2 Won 3 Lost 1 Lost 4 Won 1 WEST DIVISION Pet .527 .518 .518 .495 .481 .477 .410 GB Thursday's Results Milwaukee 11, Baltimore 8 Clevelond 15, Toronto 4 Detroit 12. New York 5 Minnesota 9, Oakland 4 California at Seattle, (n) Only games scheduled Wednesday's Results Oakland 3, Seattle 1 California 6, Minnesota 1 New York 5. Cleveland 2 Detroit 4, Konsas City 2 Toronto X Chicago 2 Milwaukee 5. Baltimore 1 Texas 9, Boston 8 Today's Games Kansas City (Leibrandt 11-8) Vi V 3' 5 5V4 12'- ot L18 4-8 4-6 6-4 Z-5-5 1-4-6 4-6 4-6 Boston Streak Home Away Won 1 34-16 24-36 31-28 25-24 29-28 27-24 31-20 22-34 31-27 20-28 26-28 25-28 19-32 24-30 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Lost 3 St. Louis New York Montreal Chicogo Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati Houston San Francisco Los Angeles Atlanta San Diego z-denotes first W 66 41 62 46 EAST DIVISION L Pet GB L10 - 5-5 4V z-9-1 5 6-4 .617 574 61 46 .570 55 53 .509 54 .495 .435 53 47 61 11VS Z-4-6 13 Z-4-6 19V 2-8 WEST DIVISION Streak Home Away Won 1 31-20 35-21 33-20 29-26 33-25 28 21 29-26 26-27 27-25 26-29 26-27 21-14 Won 6 Won 3 Lost 2 Lost 6 Lost 1 Pet GB 537 54 53 .505 53 55 .491 .449 .439 41 67 .380 game was a win W L SB 50 48 59 47 60 L10 6-4 3Vi Z-6-4 5 Z-3-7 9V Z-6-4 10'! 17 46 Z-6-4 Streak Home Awoy Won 2 31-27 27 23 31-24 23-29 23-26 30-29 28-25 20-34 28-30 19-30 21-29 20-38 Won 4 Lost 4 Lost 2 Lost 2 Won 2 (Sellers 3-4), 6:35 p.m. Toronto (Stieb 10-5) at Clevelond (Akersfeld 0-2). 6:35 p m New York (Rhoden 14-6) at Detroit (Robinson 7-5), 6:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Knudson 2-2) ot Chicago (LoPoint 1-0), 7 p.m. Texas (Kilgus 1-3) at Baltimore (Dixon 4-8), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Young 10-5) at Minnesota (Stroker 5-6), 7:05 p.m. California (McCaskill 2-3) at Seattle (Langston 11-9), 9:35 p.m. Thursday's Results San Diego 7, Atlanta 4 New York 7, Chicago 6 St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 2 Montreal 6, Pittsburgh 3 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Results Montreal 2, St. Louis 1, 13 innings Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 3 New York 13, Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 0 San Diego 7, Atlonta 3 Houston 6, Son Francisco 5, 11 innings Today's Games Chicogo (Sutcliffe 15-4) ot New York (Darling 7-7), 6:35 p.m. St. Louis (Cox 8-3) ot Philadelphia (Rowley 13-5), 6:35 p.m. Montreal (Sebra 6-11) ot Pittsburgh (Walk 2-1 or Gott 1-0), 6:35 p.m. Houston (Scott 12-7) at Son Diego (Nolle 1-0), 9:05 p.m. Atlanta (Smith 10-6) ot Los Angeles (Welch 10-6), 9: 35 p m.: Cincinnati (Gulltckson 108) at San Francisco (LaCoss 9-6), 9:35 p.m. ' Captains schedule AUGUST 1987 Mack led off the ninth and reached on third baseman Ken Oberkfell's error and moved to second on a single by Tony Gwynn, his fourth hit of the game. After a sacrifice moved the runners up, Chris Brown grounded to third and the runners held. Santiago followed with a hit to deep short off reliever Gene Garber, 8-8, scoring Mack, and Templeton followed with a single to score two more runs. Rich Gossage came on and got his ninth save with a scoreless ninth inning, protecting the victory for Lance McCullers, 7-6. EXPOS 6, PIRATES 3 Tim Wallach tied the score with a single and Andres Galarraga's run-scoring fielder's choice put Montreal ahead as the Expos rallied in the eighth inning and beat host Pittsburgh. With Pittsburgh leading 3-2, reliever Jim Gott, 1-1, walked Tim Raines to start the eighth and Raines stole second. Mitch Webster was credited with a single when shortstop Al Pedrique's shoe caught in the turf and he was unable to make a throw, allowing Raines to take third. SUN MOW TUESI WED I THU I FRI I SAf 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ARK ARK JACK JACK JACK JACK 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 JACK TULSA TULSA TULSA TULSA TULSA JACK 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 JACK JACK JACK JACK TULSA TULSA TULSA 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 TULSA TULSA ARK ARK ARK ARK ARK 30 31 HOME GAMES H3 Games bsgin at 7:30 p.m., doubto-twader at 6 p.m. AD homa gamaa ara playad at Fair Grounds Field. Jock son K-Shreveport Ark on sos Tulsa SECOND HALF East Division W L Pet. 30 15 25 18 23 22 15 32 .306 16 .667 .581 .511 GB Montrm m m tn-t ftttsburgk Ml M-I Gome Winning RBI - GaWrrogo Ml. E-Bondv BomlM. OP-Montrral 1, Pittsburgh I LOB -Montreal 7, Pittsburgh 1 28-Boniilo. RReynolds, Lovolliere. HR-8oniltt (101. SB-Raines (M). S-Condoelt. SF-Winmnghom. Lovoiliere. IP H R ER IB SO West Division Midland 27 18 .600 El Paso 26 18 .591 V x-Wlchita 19 27 .413 8V Son Antonio 16 31 .340 12 x-won first halt title Thursday's Results Jackson 3, Shreveport 1 Tulsa 10, Arkansas 9. 10 innings San Antonio 8-7, Wichita 4-4 Midlondat El Paso, (n) Wednesday's Results Shreveport at Jock son, ppd., rain Arkansas 3, Tulsa 1 Wichita 6, San Antonio 1 Midland 3, El Paso 1 Today's Games Shreveport at Jackson, 2 games, 6 p.m. Arkansas at Tulsa, 7:35 p.m. Wichita at Son Antonio, 7 p.m. Midland at El Poso, l:30o m. Mats 3, Captain 1 Voumom 7 1 ) PorrettWM J 1111 Burke S.N 1 1 t 0 0 Pithburgk Reuxhel 3 1-1 3 2 0 0 0 BJores )) 2 9 0 0 1 Gott Li t ) 5 4 3 2 0 HBP-RomesbvReujchel WP-Gott Umnirei-Home, Rennert; First, Potlone, Second. Ripplev; Third, Weyer. T-2 40 A-7.7S5. IP M R ER II SO Sltwis TWofWJ-l S 7-3 4 2 I I 4 Oowlev I J 0 t 1 Horton 12 3 0 0 0 1 t Worrell 5,23 2-3 t 0 t 0 1 Philooflprtis Hume 1,1-4 4 5 S S 5 1 Ritchie 2 1 t 0 1 1 Tekulve I 1 0 0 1 2 Calhoun 2 0 0 0 0 1 Hume pitched to 3 batters in the Sth. Umcirej-Home, Runge; First, West; Second, Darling; Third, Marsh. T-2:54. A-31A31 Brave 7, Pedrea 4 SAN DIEGO ATLANTA obrhM obrnM JeHersnH 5 2 2 1 DJomncI 3 110 Mock cl 5 2 2 0 ODerktl 3b 4 110 Gwvnn rt S 14 2 GPerry lb 4 0 11 Kruklb 2 0 0 0 DMrohy rt 3 111 Brown 3b S 0 0 0 Grrttey H 3 0 0 0 SontKwc 5 2 2 1 AThomsss 4 0 0 1 Tmoltn ss 4 0 3 2 Benedict c 3 0 0 0 FKmnry 2b 4 0 0 0 Nettles ph 10 0 0 Whitson o 2 010 Hubbrd 2b 4 0 0 0 Steels Dh 1 0 0 0 Mohlerp 2 0 0 0 WOovis p 0 0 0 0 GRnct ph 1111 Wvnne oh 1001 Garber p 0 0 0 0 Comslck p 0 0 0 0 McCllersp 0 00 0 Gossoge p 0 0 0 0 Totals It I M I Tetols 114 54 SaeiDleg Ml M Mt-I Attonto IW tel M4 Game Winning RBI - Santiogo (5). E-Garber, Oberklell, Gwynn. OP-Atlonto 1 LOB-Son Diego t. Atlonto t 2B-Gwynn 2. HR-DMurphy (XI, Jefferson (SI.GRotnKke (4). SB-Wynne (10), Santiogo (131. S-Templeton, Kruk IP H R ER BB SO Son Dim Whitson 4 3 3 3 1 MOavis 1 1110 0 Comstock 23 0 0 0 0 0 McCllers W,7-t 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Gossoge S.9 1 0 0 0 0 0 Atlanta Mahler 7 3 3 2 3 Garber LM J 4 4 0 0 0 WP-Mohler. Umpires-Home, Dovidson; First, Wendelstedt, Second, Crawford; Third, Tata. T-2:J A-771. Tigara 12, NEW YORK abrkM Wshgtncf CottoH Mtngfylb Pasauo lb Wintieldrf RKelly rf GWorddh JBonrtlTb Polruto 3b Mechni2b Ceronec Solos c Tolleson ss 3 1 0 0 Totals 37 SMS New York Detroit S100 5 0 2 0 3 000 1000 2110 1113 4 3 2 1 4010 3011 1011 3010 1000 Yank 5 DETROIT krkU Whitokrft 2 10 Modfctdh Toimon dh Gibson if Nakesc Trommt ss Her noon rt 3 1 1 Sheridn rf 1 t ( DoEvns B Bergmn B Lemon d Heothc WiwndrJb TotoH 0M 3112 1001 3112 1 Oil 5121 4 2 2 2 1001 3 3 2 2 3312 3 101 3411 Mil n k- s M on Nx-n Gome Winning RBI - Trommetl (9). E-Wolewonder, Hernondei. DP-DetroitlL06-NewYork7,Oefroit. 28- DoEyons, Lemon, Herndon, Modlort. HR-GWord (131, Heath (81. RKelly (I). IP H R ER IB SO NewYork GmdrvLJ-S 21-3 4 7 7 3 3 Trout 0 0 2 2 2 1 Holland 4 2-3 4 3 3 1 I Hudson 1 I I I I I Detroit TanonoW,12-7 7 J 1 1 1 J Hernondz 2-3 4 4 I l'l Henneman 11-310111 Trout pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd. WP-Trout. Umpires-Home, Brinkmon; First, ReO-ly; Second, Welke; Third. Coonev. T-3:M. A-41JJ71 ning triple and B.J. Surhoff drove in three runs, pacing Milwaukee past Baltimore for the Brewers' ninth straight victory over the Orioles this season. Fred Lynn hit a three-run homer in the third and Brewers third baseman Steve Kiefer committed a two-run throwing error on Cal Ripken's bases-loaded grounder in the fourth to help the Orioles take a 6-3 lead. TWINS 9, ATHLETICS 4 Home runs by Kent Hrbek and Tim Laudner plus Kirby Puckett's three-run double helped host Minnesota defeat Oakland and climb back over the Athletics into first place in the American League West The Twins, who entered the game trailing by .0004 percentage points, took a one-game lead over the Athletics. Winning pitcher Frank Viola, 12-7, battled control problems, walking six in seven innings. He allowed three runs and seven hits in winning for the 10th time in his last 12 starts Loser Dave Stewart, 14-8, walked five and allowed seven runs five earned and four hits in3Vi innings and saw his personal seven-game winning streak snapped. SHREVEPORT Or hoi Onon rt 5 0 11 Cucienss Moves Dobnevif Pricho 2b Adorns B Meyers cf Mnwrnoc Freewndp Hooonp Thomson II tl Touts Mil) JO 1 0 4110 40 11 1111 3011 1011 40 11 3111 III! JACKSON ok r tiki HovdenH 4 131 Gardner ss 2 0 1 1 litres 7b 413 1 Cntros rf 4 12 0 Hocutt B 4 111 lowtoncf 2111 Jeixc 4122 Troomo 2b 3 I 0 1 Boutistap till ueLucaph llll Weloorn ( llll McCrthyp lilt Totals lfltl Jockie m Ml Kh-I Gome winning RBI-Jelic (3). E-Hoyden, Mdnworini. DP-Shreyeport I, Jackson 2. LOB-Shreyeport W. Jackson 7 2B-Contreroi SB-Hayden (2), Lcwrtofi (2). S-Gar oner. IP N R ER BB SO Freeund.L.n-7 7 7 1 1 1 1 Hogon I 3 I I I I BoutistaW.M 7 11117 WeiMm I I I I 1 I McCarthy.! 1 1 I I I I WP-f renond. T-2 25 A-liSo. Eao, MONTREAL okrbh) (MM 2 211 Webster rf 4 111 B'oots ss Sill 3b 513 2 WgB llll W"Mlcf llll low 7b Peedc Youmnsp Foley oh Porreflp Condol oh Burtep TotO PVaoa 3 ptmiutON okrlM Bonds R VmsiyOct Pa 2b Breom B BoniMO 4111 111! 3111 lilt 1211 111 BINS ROevidsr) llll LViiret PeariaoS Peuscnei BJones p CngtOKI &"f 0 MOiatph TotoH 113 1 am Mate 7, Cub 6 CHICAGO NEW YORK oorkM ok me! DMrtract 3 0 10 Dvkstrocf 4 110 Dernier cf 3 0 11 McDwll p 0 0 0 0 Sndbrg 2b 410 0 Moiill ph llll Durhm lb 1110 Bckmn 2b llll TriiW B llll Teufet 2b llll Dowsonrf 4 3 3 2 KHrndz B 4111 Muphry N 4 0 11 Strwbry rf 513 3 DiPmop 0 0 0 1 McRyldsN 4121 Boiler llll Cortorc 4010 JOovis ph 1 0 0 0 HJohsn 3b 3111 L Smith o llll Sontonoss 4111 Mormd Jo 4 3 2 1 Leoch p 2 011 Sundbrg c 4 110 Orosco p 0 0 0 0 Noce ss 2 010 MWilsn cf 2111 Omnonsst 2 111 Loncostr p 2110 Ptmero ph 0 0 0 1 Davettlf llll TotoH 311114 TotoH 74 7 13 7 Chicogo m 14 iw-i NewYork 14 111 m-t One out when winning run scored. Game Winning RBI - McReynolds (7). E-OtPmo DP-Clwogo I. New York I LOB Chicogo 1, New York t. 28 -Mumphrey, Dyksfra, Moretond. MR Strawberry 2 (271 , Dowson 2 (34) , M Johnson (271, Morekmd (20) SF-Trilio. Teufel IP N R ER BB SO Chicago Lancaster I I 5 5 1 4 O'Pine 1 2 1111 Boiler 1 11111 LSmithL.3-7 1-3 1 I I 1 I NewYork Leach I 15 5 13 Orosco 1 1113 1 McDwll W.7-1 2 3 1111 Leoch pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. Umpires-Home, CWillioms; First. Quick, Second. Hotlion, Third, Kibttr. T 3 17. A-17JI4. Cardrtat (, PMIi 2 STLOUIS PHILA okrkM rM Coleman R 4 111 Samuel k 4 121 OSfflth 12 11 Scho Ik 4 111 Merrfc 4 111 Hovescf llll McGeecf 5121 Schmdla llll PndttnT 211 Porristit 3111 Ford rt HI GW'hwn It llll Oouendrt llll domes 4111 Lmdmn BllltJeiliss 2111 TPeno c llll Hume p llll Tudor llll p llll Dowley p Mil RRemk ph llll Norton p llll Tetutyep llll Worrell p llll Stone ph llll Aouvo ph llll Caihoun llll Tows 1 1 1 5 TotoH Bill J- m m -! 111 Mo-1 Gome Winning RBI - Herr (O) LOfJ-Stlouii l Phiiode'Dh 5 21-Herr, McGee. Lmdemon. Somgel 7. Moves. Porn HR-cjome, 12). SB- Coleman fjl), OSm.th (21), Herr (15). SF-Pendkfto. 1 9, Athletic 4 OAKLAND MINNESOTA obrkW obrhM Griffin ss 5 0 2 1 Newmn2 3210 LonstrdJb 2 0 0 0 Bush rf 1200 Tettletonc 2110 DovKtsnlf 0 0 0 0 Consecotf 4011 Puckeftcf 5111 McGwirtb 30 11 Hrtjk lb 4 2 2 1 SHndsn rf 4 121 Gaetti 3b 3 0 3 1 MOavisph 1 0 0 0 Larkmdh 4 00 1 Rodriguzp 0 0 0 0 BrnnskvH 4 0 0 1 Stembch c 4 110 Laudner c 4 111 Bernzrd2b 4 00 1 Gognoss 5120 Murphy ct 2 0 0 0 Gal lego 2b llll Polonia rf 210 0 Totals 34 4 tl TotoH Bttf Oakland gig pn M-4 Minnesota 111 4H lli-f Gome Winning RBI - Gaetti It) C Gr iff in. DP-Oaklond 1. LOB-Ooklond U, Minnesota 12. 2B-Gogne, Puckett, Newman, Conseco, Gaetti 38- Hrbek HR-Nrbek (25), Gat-lego (2), SHendersan (2), Laudner 1171 IP N R ER BB SO Oakland Stewart L.M4 11-3 4 7 5 5 4 Codoret 313 3 1 1 5 1 Rodriguei 11-321111 Viotow.lH 1 7 11(1 Atherton 2 11111 HBP-Lonslordby VkHo, Gaetf 1 by Stewart Umpires-Home, Garcia; First, Reed; Second, Hirschbeck; Third, Ford. T-127 A-39.177. Brawaro 11, Orloko t BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE obrtin obrhM Dwver dh 4 111 Molitor dh 4 2 3 2 BRipkn3b 1231 Fetdere) 1111 CRipknss 5121 Yount cf 5113 Murray fe 5 2 3 1 Mannng ct llll Lynn ct 4 121 Deor rt Sill Gerhort ct llll Brock tb llll Knight 3b 1121 Kwer 3b 2311 Sheetsrf Sill Surhoffc 1113 MYoungR llll XastitlJb 111! RavtordC llll Svtumst 1111 TotoH 9 INI TotoH mini Rammer gt m M Mnwowot m sn 121-11 Gome Winning RBI Vounf (13). E-Kwter, Deer rjP-totttmoro I Milwaukee 1 LOe-Battimore I Milwaukee i 2B-Kiefer, Knight, Surhoff, Molitor. 3B-Sveum. Vounf MR -Lynn (151. CRioten m SB-Fetdir (IS), Sorhoft (I), JCastitBIt) R N R ER 18 54 Indian 14, TORONTO ObrhM Fernnm ss 4 0 I 0 Mullnksss 0 0 0 0 Moseby cf 4 110 McGrifflb 0 0 0 0 Barfield rf 4 2 2 1 GBellH Fielder B Gruber 3b Bniguz dh Leach dh CMoorec lorn Totals Toronto Cleveland 30 17 4100 4110 llll 2 0 0 0 4010 3011 11515 BhwJaysS CLEVELAND ObrhM Butler cf 5 3 3 1 Hmzo 2b T abler tb JocobvJb MHoilH CCstito dh Porsnsdh Snyder rt JBell ss Allansonc 512! 4 2 2 1 42 11 WW WW 4 112 4010 Tetols 41 H H 13 IN 111 14- 5 471 144 Pta-M Gome Winning RBI - None. E-McGriff. DP-Cleyelond 1. LOB-Toronto 3. Cleveland 2B-GBell, CCostillo 2. MHoll, Snyder HR-SnvOer (25), Bemauez (5), JBell (I). Parsons 0), Bartieid (22). SB-Butler 2 (20) IP H R ER II SO Flanagan 1 VI I 5 5 4 4 M&riL2-4 I S 4 I I I ttobvan 22-1 I I I I 1 Niednfuer 1 I 2 1 I I Mmoooke Wegman 31-3 I I 5 t I AidnckW.M 2 M 1 I I I I CrwnSJ 3 11113 H8P- night by Wegman WP-Crim. umpires-Home, Koistr; First, Roe; Second. Joyce; Thr(, Irtmigan. T-3.U.A-240H. CloncvL.lM 11 4 4 4 1 1 Gordon 41-3 5 1 3 I I Loveiie 1 5 I I 1 I ECNyekmd HI i 1 I I 1 BoiiesW.M 5 5 1111 DJones 1 11111 VondBeri 1 1 I I I 1 SSteworf 1 I I I I I WP-Cioncv. Umpires-Home, Coble; First, Scofl;' Second. Oenkmger; Third. McCoy. - 1 T-1.01. A-7.I7I. AL Top Tn Based on 321 at Bats. AB R H ct. BooasBsn 408 II 149 .345 Mattlnglv NY 349 65 117 .33$ Seitier KC 422 00 138 .327 Tromml Det 377 63 123 .326 Evans Bsn 340 71 116 .322 Tablet CI 396 51 127 J21 PfkttAAIn 41 m 111 111 Frndl Tor 430 66 136 .316 FroncoCl 336 59 106 .315 GBellTor 407 75 127 .312 Hem Runs McGwire, Oakland, 37; GBell, Toronto, 33; Murray, Baltimore, 26; DwEvons. Boston, 25; Carter, Clevelond, 24; Hrbek, Minnesota, 24; Snyder, Cleveland. 24; 4 are tied with 23. Runs Batted in GBell, Toronto, 90; DwEvons, Boston. 81; McGwtr. Ck tared, 86; Jeyner. California. 83; Canseco, Oakland, 79; Winfteld. New York. 76; Carter, Cleveland, 75; Murray, Baltimore. 75; Sierra, Te-os.75. Pitching (8 Decisions) Henneman, Detroit, 8-1, .889; Schmidt, Baltimore. 10-2. .833; Cerutti, Toronto, 7-2, .771; Guetterman, Seattle. 9-3, .750; John, New York., 10-4, .714; Mussetmon. Toronto, 10-4, .714; Bosio, Milwaukee, 7-3, .700; Hudson, New York, 7-i .700; Rhoden, New York., 14-6, .700.

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