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-THE SAUNA JOURNAL SPORTS SATURDAY. MAY 5. 2001 P3 MLB: FRIDAY BY THE NUMBERS T MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MLB Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Boston 17 11 .607 Toronto 17 11 .607 _ New York 17 13 .567 1 Baltimore 13 17 .433 5 Tampa Bay 9 20 .310 8% Central Division W L Pel. GB Minnesota 20 7 .741 _ Cieveland IB 9 .667 2 Detroit 11 15 .423 8'A Kansas City 10 19 .345 11 Cliicago 8 18 .308 11'A West Division W L Pel, QB Sealtie 22 6 .786 .Anatieim 13 15 .464 9 Texas 11 17 .393 11 Oakland 10 18 .357 12 Thursday's results Cleveland 9, Kansas City 4 Detroit 9, Texas 4 Oakland 3, Toronto 2, IS Innings NiwYork?, BalllmoreB StiltlolO, Boston 3 Anaheim 9, Chicago 1 Fridiy't roiulti NewVofkS, BalllmoreB Cieveland 8, Tampa lay e Minnesota e, Kaneae eilyg ShleagsalTeiiae,ppd.rgln BeMalAftahsim, n] Teronia ai leaills, (n| lay'g Niw Yepk (Pstlilli H] it lillimofi (Ba&ete 9181 s,fn, 1^ Mlm§etal^emBfeM| Shleage iS\m M) al Tenai (glynn e ^9), YANKEES 6, ORIOLES S NEW YORK BALTIMORE Bbrhbl ebrhbl Knblthlf 5 0 11 BKAsnrt 5 0 0 0 Jeter ss 3 2 2 0 Bordick ss 5 0 10 O'Neill n 5 13 1 DShldsll 4 110 BeWms cl 3 111 Conine 3b 4 2 2 2 TMrtnz lb 3 0 11 Rchard 16 3 0 0 0 Justice dh 4 0 0 0 Gbbons dh 4 10 0 Sorianodti 1 0 0 0 Moracf 3 0 0 1 Posada c 5 0 11 Frdyce c 4 13 1 Sojo 2b 4 110 KngsiB pr 0 0 0 0 Brosius3b 5 12 1 Halrstn2b 3 0 3 1 Tolsis 38 612 6 Totals 35 510 5 New York 101 001 210-6 Balllmore 200 201 000—5 E—Posada 2 (2), BKAnderson (1). DP-Ballimore 1. LOB—New York 12, Baltimore 6. 2B—Knoblauch (7), Jeter (4), O'Neill (7), Posada (6]. 3B-0'Ne«l (1). HR—Broslus (4), Conine (3). SB^eter (5), Bordick (6), Hairston 2 (5). S-Halrston. SF—Mora. IP H PER BB SO wror* Clemens 6 2-3 9 6 4 1 6 Stanton W,2-1 2 0 0 0 0 2 MRIvaraS,8 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 BalllmoTt Henlgon e 8 3 3 4 3 Oroom 1 3 2 2 0 1 Paronlol .,1 -2 (•311110 in 1-3 0 0 0 20 Teweti 1 1-9 0 0 0 0 1 WP -=ei9men8, X i ^Heme, Banleyi FIrel, Sieoni lee- ulhi Third, MM, NATISNAkUiAeUg €agl Blvlaien W t Pel, S§ IS II ,171 = FiBMa 1i 11 ,444 iVi Allania 13 1? ,493 4 NawYeik 1i li ,411 4 Menlreil 18 1? ,414 4V4 Central Slvlalen W L Pel, ai Ohloags 17 ii ,807 •= OIndnnell 16 13 ,330 i Mllwauliee 13 19 ,333 i mm 14 13 ,313 r/i SlLoull 14 19 ,313 2Vi Pintbuigh 10 17 .970 m Wul Division W L Pel, n Los Angelas 17 12 .ses - Coloredo 16 13 ,630 V/i Snn Prsnolsco 16 13 ,636 V/> Arliona 16 14 ,617 2 SonDlsgo 13 16 ,446 4 Thuridiy'i rsiulls Sen DItgo S, Chlosgo 3 Philadelphia 7, Colorado 6 Arizona 2, Montreal 1 Los Angeles 8, Cincinnati 8 Plllsburgh 4, San Francisco 3 Milwaukee 5, Atlanta 0 ' St. Louis at Florida, ppd, rain Friday's results Chicago 4, Los Ange/es 0 Houston 8, Montreal 4 Colorado 9, Pittsburgh 3 San Diego 11, Cincinnati 5 FMda 9, Milwaukee 6 San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 2 New York 4, Arizona 2 SI. Louis 4, Allanle 2 Saturday's games Arizona (Ellis 3-0) at New York (Rusch 1-1), 12:10 p.m. San Diego (Williams 2-3) at Cincinnati (Bell 00), 12.'15p.m. Los Angeles (Dreilort 1-1) at Chicago (Tavarez2-1), 1:20 p.m. tHouston (Reynolds 1-2) at Montreal (Reames 2-2), 6:05 p.m. St. Louis (Ankiei 1-2) at Atlanta (Perez 1-4), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Chacon 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Olivares 1-3), 6:05 p.m. ' Milwaukee (Leiter 0-1) at Florida (Clement 1 1), 6:05 p.m. San Francisco (Gardner 0-3) at Philadelphia (Well 1-4), 6:05 p.m. American League TWINS 6, ROYALS 2 MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY abrhbl ebrhbl CGzmn ss 4 12 0 Hubbard cl 5 0 0 0 Rivas2b 4 111 RSnchzss 5 0 2 0 Lawton r1 5 12 1 MJSwy dh 3 111 Koskie3b 4 10 0 Dyer) 4 110 DOrliz dh 3 13 2 Randa 3b 5 0 2 1 Bchnan dh 2 111 McCrty lb 3 0 0 0 THuntrcl 3 0 2 0 DBrwnll 3 0 10 Mntkwlb 1 0 0 0 HOrtizc 4 0 0 0 Prince c 4 0 10 Alicea'2b 4 0 2 0 JJonesil 4 0 11 Totals 34 613 6 Totals 36 2 9 2 Minnesota 001 130 100-6 Kansas City 000 010 100—2 E—Mientkiewicz (1). DP—Kansas City 1 LOB—Minnesota 8, Kansas City 12. 2B—Ri- vas (3), Uwton (4), RSanchez (2), Randa 2 (3). HR—DOrtiz (6), Buchanan (2), MJSweeney (7). SB—CGuzman (5), Lawton (7). CS—CGuzman (1), Lawton (2). S— THunter. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota MRadman W,2-3 5 2-3 7 1 1 3 BVi/eiis 11-3 1 1 1 0 0 Guardado 2 1 0 0 2 3 Kansas Clly Meadows L,0-4 4 2-3 11 6 5 3 5 DHanry 21-3 1 1 1 2 4 Stein 2 10 0 1 WP—MRsdman. Umpires—Home, Barrett, Ted; First, Marquez; Second, McClelland; Third, Winters. T—3:16. A—16,075 (40,793). INDIANS 8, DEVIL RAYS 6 CLEVEUND TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl LofloncI 4 t 2 '1 GWImscI 5 111 Vizqueiss 3 110 RJhn5n2b 4 0 11 RAIinr2b 4 12 0 Grieve 11 4 110 JGnzlez rt 5 10 1 GVghn dh 4 0 10 Tliome lb 4 12 0 McGrff lb 5 0 2 1 Burksll 5 2 2 4 Hulf3b 5 2 3 1 MCdvadh 5 12 1 Winnrf 4 110 Bmyan 3b 4 0 3 1 Fiherty c 3 12 1 JolCbra3b 0 0 0 0 FMrlnzss 4 0 11 Tbnsee c 5 0 0 0 Totals 39 814 8 Touts 38 613 6 Cleveland 004 030 100-8 Tampa Bay 001 001 040—6 ' E—FMartinez (10). DP—Cleveland 2, Tampa Bay 1. LOB—Cleveland 10, Tampa Bay 10. 2B—Thome (3), Burks (10), Branyan 2 (4), Grieve (6), Hu« (2), Flaherty (5). 3B-RJohn- son (2). HR—Burks (4), Hull (2). CS—Vizquel (2). SF—Lofton. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Colon W,4-2 62-3 8 2 2 4 Rincon 1-3 1 2 2 1 SReed 1-3 3 2 2 0 RRodriguez 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 ShueyS,2 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 Tamps Bay ALopezL,3-3 5 9 7 7 3 BRose 2 3 112 JWallace 1 10 0 0 Creek 1 1 0 0 0 1 Rincon pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. WP—BRose 2. PB-Taubensee. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, DiMuro, Mike; Second, Rippley; Third, Emmet. T—3:14. A—1«,478 (44.445). National League euBS 4, BseegRg e 4 919 H 19 19 g|gfFe!§s SSfgin Ft mm 19 BNfiMSb 499 9 §§9Sait 4 9 9 9 ^iWtalf 9 9 19 MlhJMI 1 9 9 9 Hrieya 9 9 9 9 §lalis1^ 1 9 9 9 PffliWfp 19 1- " • • • alfhbl 4919 4 119 4 119 8 119 9 9 19 nil 9 9 9 1 1 I Arroyo L,2-3 41-3 9 5 5 1 1 Mulholland 2 2-3 0 0 0 2 1 Manzanillo 1 4 4 4 0 2 Beimel ( 0 0 0 0 0 HBP—by Hampton (ARamiroz). Umpires—Home, McKean; First, Joyce; Second, Cralt; Third, Miller. T—2:49. A—32,653(37,898). METS 4, DIAMONDBACKS 2 ARIZONA NEtVYORK abrhbl abrhbl Wmack ss 4 0 0 0 Agbyni II 3 110 JBeii 2b 4 0 0 0 ShlnjQ II 0 10 0 LGnzlzll 4 0 2 0 TiPerezrf 2 0 11 ClbmnSb 4 12 0 Altonzo2b 3 0 11 MEGrclb 3 0 0 0 VnturaSb 4 0 10 MtWmsph 10 10 Zeilelb 4 0 0 0 Cunseli pr 0 0 0 0 Payton cl 4 2 2 1 RSndrsrI 4 0 0 1 Praltc 4 0 0 0 SRnleyd 4 110 HOrdnzss 3 0 11 Bralase 3 0 2 1 RReodp 3 0 10 Rynoso p 1 0 0 0 JFmco p 0 0 0 0 MSIsta p 0 0 0 0 DiluccI ph 10 0 0 Spmgrp 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 9 2 Totits 30 4 6 4 Arlioni 020 000 000-3 Niv»York on 000 llii -4 E-JFr«noo (1), OP-Arliona 1, New York 1, LOB-Arliona 3, New Yoilt 3, SB-Colbrunn (1), SPInley (3), AabayanI (8), Paylan (6), HS- Paylen (3), SS=lhln|8 (1), S-Beyneee, TiPeiei, Bnlph 1 9 9 9 iuMel 99 11 "up 9 9 9 9 Tapinip 19 9 9 eeemef 16 9 9 9 1 TelBll 13 0 4 0 Tetali 39 4 M LeiAngelea 990 009 090-=O Ohieaje 999 099 llllM i^BHanaen |1), BP^Lse Angelas 1, Chiea- 66 1. L0l=Lei Angalee 6, mm» 9,81= Paik [i], SI=MalthawB Jf, (8), e8 =BHeneen (1), SP.=Hyn^ley, eeomar, IP H RIR II 10 Lei Angilii Paikl .,3-3 6 3 2 8 0 6 Herges 1 2 1110 Olisn 1 110 1 -1 Chloige Tapani W ,4 -1 7 4 0 0 2 7 Farniworth 1 0 0 0 2 3 Faiiero 1 0 0 0 0 0 Park pitched to 2 betleri In Ihi 7th, Umplrei—Home, Buoknor; PIril, Runge, Brian; Seoond, lasiogna: Third, Killogg. T -2:44, A-27,671 (30,069), QIANTS 4, PHILLIES 2 SAN FRANCISCO PHIUDELPHIA ibrhbl ibrhbl Dnstonol 4 12 1 Rollintsi 4 111 AuHliasi 4 0 0 0 QinvillocI 4 0 10 Bondsil 2 112 Abreurf 4 0 0 0 KentZb 3 110 flolsn3b 4 12 0 EDavisil 10 0 1 Lbhhalc 3 0 0 0 Riosrt 1 0 0 0 TLeelb 3 0 2 0 RDaviB3b 4 0 0 0 Burrelllf 30 11 Snow lb 4 0 0 0 BLHntrpr 0 0 0 0 Eetleilac 4 110 M0Asn2b 4 0 10 LHmdzp 3 0 0 0 BChenp 2 0 0 0 EQzmn ph 1 0 0 0 Block p 0 0 0 0 Nen p 0 0 0 0 Ducey ph 10 0 0 Gomes p 0 0 0 0 KJordnph 100 0 Totals 31 4 5 4 Totals 33 2 S 2 San Francisco 000 003 101^ Philadelphia 100 100 000 —2 E-Rlos (2). DP—San Francisco 1. LOB— San Francisco 5, Philadelphia 7.2B—Dunston (2). 3B—Kent (1). HR—Bonds (14), Rollins (2). SB—Bonds (3). SF-EDavis, Burrell. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco LHrndzW,24 8 6 2 2 2 5 Nen S,8' 1 2 0 0 0 2 Philadelphia BChenL,1-2 6 2-3 5 4 4 2 3 Brook 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Gomes 2 0 0 0 1 2 HBP-by BChen (Kent). Umpires—Home, Morrison; First, Gucclone; Second, Hernandez; Third, Wendelstedt, Hu. T—2:41. A-20,713 (62,418). MARLINS 9, BREWERS 6 MILWAUKEE FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl DWhIteil 5 0 0 0 LCslilo2b 3 10 0 Bliiard 2b 4 110 Owens 5 0 11 Bumitztt 3 0 0 0 Fioydll 6 2 2 3 Sexsonib 5 0 3 1 PWilsnd 4 2 2 1 Huston 3b 5 0 10 Lowell 3b 4 0 11 HmndscI 3 2 2 1 CJhnsnc 4 0 2 1 RCsnva c 3 10 0 LMoutn pr 0 10 0 LLopezss 4 110 Rdmndc 0 0 0 0 JAWrhtp 2 0 12 DLLeelb 2 10 0 TFmdz ph 0 0 0 0 AGnzIz ss 4 110 Cnnane p 0 0 0 0 Dmpstr p 3 0 10 DeJean p 0 0 0 0 Miceli p 0 0 0 0 JMoutnph 1112 Millar ph 1112 Looperp 0 0 0 0 Allnsca p 0 0 0 0 Tolats 35 610 6 Totals 35 911 9 Milwaukee 010 200 003-6 Florida 301 010 04x—9 E—LLopez (1). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB— Milwaukee 8, Florida 8. 2B—Hammonds (7), JAWright (1), Lowell (13), Dempster (1), Miliar (4). HR—Hammonds (3), JMouton (i), Royd 2 (9). SB—TFemandez (1), LCastillo (10), PWil- son (8). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee JAWright L,3-3 6 7 5 4 3 7 Cunnane 1 1-3 3 4 4 1 1 DeJean 2-3 1 0 0 2 1 Florida Dempster W,3-3 72-3 7 3 3 4 8 Miceli 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Looper 2-3 3 3 3 1 0 AllonsecaS,5 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 HBP—lay Dempster (Hammonds). Umpires—Home, O'Nora; First, Weike, Bill; Second, Hirschbeck, J.; Third, Meriwether. T—2:50. A-11,108 (36,331). ROCKIES 9, PIRATES 3 COLORADO PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl TWalkr2b 5 110 Kendall o 4 10 0 NPerezss 5 2 2 0 CAWIsnc 0 0 0 0 LWalkrrI 3 112 DeBellrl 4 0 0 0 Helton lb 4 2 3 3 BGiles II 4 12 0 Nor1on3b 4 112 ARmrz3b 2 0 0 0 HIndswcl 5 0 0 0 VnWallb 4 0 2 2 Ganlll 4 12 0 EBramd 4 0 10 Plane cl 1 0 0 0 Meares2b 4 110 Maynec 5 12 0 JWilsonss 2 0 0 0 Hmptn p 4 0 11 EWilsn ss 2 0 0 0 MMyrs p 0 0 0 0 Anoyo p 10 0 0 Chnardp 0 0 0 0 Mihiindp 10 0 0 Wehnsrph 10 0 1 Mnznilop 0 0 0 0 Beimel p 0 0 0 0 WMns ph 10 0 0 Totals 40 9 13 8 Totals 34 3 6 3 Colorado 001 040 040-9 Pittsburgh 100 001 100-3 E—TWalker 2 (4), NPerez (2), EWilson (3), Arroyo (1). DP—Colorado 1. LOB—Colorado 8, Pittsburgh 6. 2B—NPerez (6), LWalker (8), Helton (5), Meares (4). HR-Helton (9), Norton (3). SB—NPerez (2), LWalker (4). SF—LWalk­ er. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Hampton W,4-0 7 2-3 5 3 2 1 3 MMyers 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Chouinard 1 1 0 0 0 2 Pittsburgh Arlisna Reynoia MlallBla l:,9-l IP H RBR II 10 1 1 1 1 NewYark HHe §aW ,4=1 I 1119 6 J^fanie§,1 1 9 9 9 9 9 Heyneea pIMed to I Mm In the SIh, H§P=6ySiyii§s6(TiP§f§i), UiiipiFes=N§ni§, m\m< ^i^sti Qm^fi iiiOhS, @§fflianj Thii9, eiawtef^, T=ei |1,A=9l,l4l(li,§li), HSUBTSN MeNTRIAt ebfh^l a^Fh^l Lupss 4 O 1 SSagfssf 4 9 19 Mei6 4 1 g 1 Blumll 4 9 9 9 Iswel! 16 3 119 glavens 16 4 119 Bknel 19 18 VgiaieH 4 9 9 9 Alaurf 89)9 Vi^ral6 4119 gW9F9lf 9 18 1 Talle96 9 1 1 1 lailiaiel 9 9 9 9 Srdleyel 4 18 8 Tfu6y36 4 9 9 9 Mle 8 9 9 9 Amee 11)9 Vi^unf 19 9 9 WMIIIfB 3 119 Tiaeyph 109 9 JWPwIlp 9 9 9 9 TelMp 9 9 9 0 SMe 9 0 0 9 Iglgnerph 9 0 9 1 SMela p 0 0 9 0 Tolali 3e3iaeTelali 31464 HoUBlen 000 041 1iO-=I Monli«al 000 000 031-4 i-Barrall (8), DP-Houilon 1, Montreal 1, LOB-Houtton 3, Montreal 9, 2B-Beikman (7), Auimui (6), WMIIIer (1), Stevani (13), Talii (7), Bradley 2 (4), HR-Lugo («), Bagwell (8), DWard (3), SB-Barker (3), 8-WMIIIer, SF- Blggio, Segulgnol, IP H RER BB 90 Houalon WMIIIer W,6-1 3 4 3 9 1 4 JWPowoll 1 2 110 1 Montrsil Vazquez L,2-4 6 6 6 6 2 6 Tellord 1 2 110 0 Stewart 1 2 2 2 1 0 QMota 1 0 0 0 1 1 HBP-by Tellord (Bagwell), by WMIIIer (Barrett), by Vazquez (Truby), Umpires—Home, Everitt; First, Roe; Second, Reynolds; Third, Drake, T—2:56. A-6,017 (46,620). zona, 30; Pujols, St. Louis, 28; Bonds, San Francisco, 28; Lowell, Florida, 27; Helton, Colorado, 27; Nevin, San Diego, 27. HITS—Pujols, St. Louis, 37; PWilson, Florida, 37; Vidro, Montreal, 37; Muaiier, Chicago, 36; Aurilia, San Francisco, 36; Hoilandsworth, Colorado, 36; LWalker, Colorado, 36. DOUBLES—Lowell, Florida, 13; Nevin, San Diego, 13; Hoilandsworth, Colorado, 13; Allonzo. New York, 10; Kent, San Francisco, 10; Stevens, Montreal, 10; PWilson, Florida, 9. TfllPLES-OCabrera, Montreal, 3; Vina, St, Louis, 3; 11 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—LGonzaiez, Arizona, 14; Bonds, San Francisco, 14; LWalker, Colorado, 11; 8 are lied with 9. STOLEN BASES—LCastillo, Florida, 10; PWilson, Florida, 8; DJackson, San Diego, 7; EYoung, Chicago, 7; Ochoa, Cincinnati, 6; SPersz, San Diego, 5; Rollins, Philadelphia, 5; Reese, Cincinnati, 6; Gianvilie, Philadelphia, 5; Goodwin, Los Angeles, 5, PITCHING (4 Decisions)—Hampton, Colorado, 4-0,1.0OO, 2.85; Schilling, Arizona, 4-0, 1,000,3.37; WMIIIer, Houston, 6-1, ,833,2.38; HuOrtIz, San Francisco, 4-1, ,800,3.23; OFor- nandsz, CinoinnatI, 4-1, .800, 6,23; Tapani, Chicago, 4-1, ,800,3,72; RRssd, New York, 41, ,800,2,17; KBrown, Los Angeles, 4-1, ,600, 1,02, gTRIKiOUTS-RDJohneon, Arliona, 72i Weed, Ohieage, 63i SehlllIng, Atliona, 68; WMIIIer, Heueton, 46; Park, Lee Angeles, 43; Vasquez, Menireal, 41; Aaiaelo, Qeloiads, 41, §AViS~Sravee, Slnsinnall, 9; ^aeaeiSi Shlesge, ii Shaw, Lea Angelas, 9| Nan, San ¥mms, 6; iMmai, eelsiade, 7| Roeker, AIM, 91 Mees, Philadelphia, 9, Baeeball Today leS^gBOA^B §TARS PADRES 11, REDS 5 SANDIEOO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl 4 0 10 Tuckerct 5 13 0 1 0 0 0 OYongll 5 110 5 110 Ochoa rf 5 2 3 2 5 2 2 3 Casey lb 5 0 10 4 110 ABoone3b 4 12 1 1 0 0 0 LaRue c 4 0 11 4 2 2 1 Reese2b 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 JCastro ss 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Ossns p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mrcdo p 0 0 0 0 4 12 3 DSndrs ph 10 0 0 4 110 OReyes p 0 0 0 0 4 12 1 Larson ph Hndrsnll CIngelo II Kotsaycl Klesko 1b Nevin 3b Mgdan 3b BDavis c Wtsickp SPerez ph Lwmce p Trmmil rt DJcksn 2b AArias ss 10 0 0 Mendez ss Eaton p DELeep 0 10 0 Whiersp 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 WGnzlzc 1112 Tolals 41111511 Totals 39 5 12 5 San Diego 402 002 021—11 Cincinnati 100 101 101— 5 E—AArias (1). OP—San Diego 1. LOB—San Diego 3, Cincinnati 10. 2B—Henderson (1), Nevin (13), BDavis (4), AArias (3), Eaton (1), Tucker (8), ABoone (3). HR—Klesko 2 (5), Trammel! (4), WGonzalez (2), Ochoa (1). SB— DJackson (7), Eaton (1), Tucker (4), Ochoa (6), IP H RER BB SO San Diego Eaton W,4-2 6 7 4 4 3 DELee 1-3 2 0 0 0 Witasick 12-3 1 0 0 0 Lawrence 1 2 110 Cincinnati Dessens L,2-2 51-312 B 8 0 Mercado 2-3 0 0 0 0 DReyes 2 2 2 2 0 Wohlers 1 1110 Eaton pitched to 1 batter in the 7lh. WP—Witasick. Umpires—Home, Schrieber; First, Randazzo; Second, Montague; Third, Layne. T—3:12. A—24,630 (39,800). CARDINALS 4, BRAVES 2 ST. LOUIS ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl Vina 2b 5 110 Furcal ss 4 111 Planco 3b 5 13 0 AJones cl 4 0 11 Edmnd cl 3 2 10 CJones 3b 4 0 0 0 Pujols lb 2 0 0 1 SurhoHII 4 0 10 Drew rt 3 0 11 BJordn rt 3 0 10 Rnteria ss 4 0 2 2 Rocker p 0 0 0 0 Lnklrdll 4 0 0 0 Brogna lb 4 0 0 0 Stchsct p 0 0 0 0 JLopez c 4 0 10 Rbnson II 0 0 0 0 MGIIes pr 0 0 0 0 Mrrero c 4 0 0 0 Lckhrt 2b 4 110 Hmins p 2 0 0 0 Glavine p 10 0 0 Pquette II 2 0 0 0 Rmlngr p 0 0 0 0 Veres p 0 0 0 0 DMrtnz ph 10 10 JsCbrap 0 0 0 0 Gilkey rt 10 0 0 Tolals 34 4 8 4 Tolals 34 2 7 2 SL Louis 000 001 30O-4 Atlanta 100 000 100—2 E—Rocker (1). LOB—St. Louis 11, Atlanta 2B—Drew (2), Surhofl (4), BJordan (7). SB— Furcal (4). SF-Pujols. IP H RER BB SO St. Louis HrmnsW,2-l 6 4 112 Stechschulte 1 2 110 Veres S,3 2 1 0 0 0 Atlanta Glavine L,4-2 6 2-3 8 4 4 5 Remiinger 1-3 0 0 0 0 JosCabrara 1 0 0 0 0 RMker 1 0 0 0 2 WP—Stechschulte, Glavine. Umpires—Home, Ciaric First, Wegnen Second, Diaz; Third, Reed. T-3:04. A—40,981 (49,714). NL leaders BAHING—Edmonds, St. Louis, .387; Ho|. landsworth, Colorado, .367; LWalker, Colorado, .364; Jenkins, Milwaukee, .363; Polanco, SI, Louis, .360; Aurilia, San Francisco, .360; Pujols, SL Louis, .359. RUNS—Helton, Colorado, 29; LGonzalaz, Arizona, 28; Floyd, Florida, 27; LWalker, Colorado, 27; TWaiker, Colorado, 25; Bagwell, Houston, 24; Berkman, Houston, 23; Nevin, San Diego, 23; SSosa, Chicago, 23; Lartdn, Cincinnati, 23. RBI—LWalker, Colorado, 32; LGonzaiez, Ari- • iju §i^ S§iiialei, Indians, went Msf--^ with a ^§u6li, three Riii an^ iwe luns eeere^ as Slevelani Um\ the Kansas )ilyS=4, • Travis Lie, Phllllis, hit a lw§=fun hamef te lea^ Philadelphia ever Ssh ifade ?=S, • Afamls RaffllfM, Pifsles, hit twe hemere in ^itlehuiih'e 4=S win ever Ian • lehire Suiuki, Mariners, went S=ler=§ with a ifl^le, an^ seared three runs as Seattle heat Sesten ie=i, BTReNQ IN BgPEAT §alllfflere'8 Jet) Ssnlne hit his leurth eareer irand slam in the Qrleles' r-S leaa te the New Verk Yankees en Thurs- Muser apologizes for milk, cookie remark u •WIBP ClevelBnd'e Juan Senialei had three hlla, and Kenny Lsnon had a single, deuble and Iwe-run triple Thursday In the Indiana' 9-4 win over Kaneee Clly, oompletins a three-game aweep at the RoynlB, Cleveland outicorsd Kaneai Clly 30-10 In the aerlea, BTRONQ START Delroll'i Dean Palmar and Juan En- oarnaolon homertd In a flva-run Ural Inning, balora thair atartar Cava Mllokl avan took the mound, aa Dalrolt dtlaat- ad Taxaa B-4 Thuraday to complala a thrae-gama awaap, SHEETS SHINES IVIIIwaukee rookie Ben Sheele ahut down Atlanta on Thuraday, pitching elx ahutout inninsB for hia aacond Btralght win as the Brewera beat the Bravea 5-0, STRAIGHT A AramlB Ramirez hit two home runs as the Pirates beat the San Francisco Ql- anta 4-3 Thursday, Ramirez 's llrst homsr waa a one-out aolo shot In the lourth. Ramirez lied It In the sixth with his seoond homer and his ninth ot the oeason. It v ^as the aeoond muttihomer gams tor Ramirez, who hit three April 6 at Houston. SO LONQ Altar 4 hours, 29 minutes, Frank (y/lenechino singled in the winning run lor the Oakland Attitetics as they beat ttie Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 in 15 innings Thursday. SOME OTHER TIME The Pirates' 4-3 win over San Francisco slopped a tour-game losing streak and prevented the Giants from being the first visiting team to sweep a three-game series in PNC Park. SMOKING SEATTLE John Olenjd and Mil<e Cameron home­ red, and Jamie Moyer won his fifth straight decision as the Seattle Mariners beat the Boston fled Sox 10-3 Ttiursday night. The Itlariners (22-6) are off to baseball's best start since ttie New York Yankees also opened 22-6 In 1998. SLUMPING SOX Darin Erslad hit a two-run homer, his first of the year, helping the Angels complete a three-game sweep of tfie White Sox on Ttiursday. The defending AL Central champs lost for the 14tti time in 18 games and are In last place, 11 games behind H/linnesota. SINGLED HOME Pinch-hltter Danny Baullsta singled home trie go-ahead run in the nintti inning Thursday nigtit, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks over the t^ontreal Expos 2-1. STRIKEOUT LEADER Arizona's Randy Johnson allowed two hits in seven Innings and struck out 11 Thursday night to raise his total to a major league-leading 72, six more than Boston's Pedro Martinez. SANDERS SLOWS After going 3-for-3 in his big-league return Tuesday night, Cincinnati's Deion Sanders (ailed to get a hit In the rest of the series. IHe filed out, fouled out with the bases loaded, grounded out twice and struck out as the Dodgers beat the Reds fi-6 Thursday. START NOT SUSTAINED Despite striking out four of his first live batters Thursday, Cfiloago's Kerry Wood lasted just five innings of the Cubs' 5-3 loss to San Diego. He threw 112 pitches, allowing three runs and five hits. Ha struck out seven, but walked five and hit one batter. SEASONS Mays 1904 — Cy Young of the Boston Red Sox pitched a petlecl game against the Philadelphia Athtetics, beating Rube Waddell 3-0. 1925 — l^anager Ty Cobb of ttie Detroit Tigers hit three homers, a double and two singles against the St. Louis Browns. 1962 — Bo Belinsky of the California Angels beat the Baltimore Orioles 2-0 witti a no-hitter at Dodger Stadium. Belinsky struck out nine and walked four. 1978 — Pete Rose became the 14th player with 3,000 hits when he singled against l\4ontrears Steve Rogers at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium. 1980 — National League president Chub Feeney suspended Pittsburgh's Bill Madlock for 15 days and fined him $5,000 for shoving his glove in the face of home plate umpire Gerry Crawford. 1999 — Colorado became the first team in 35 years and only the third this, century to score in every inning in a 136 win over the Chicago Cubs. The last lime a team scored in all nine innings was also at Wrigley Field, when St. Louis beat the Cubs on Sept. 13,1964. By DOUG TUCKER The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City manager Tony Muser apologized Friday for suggesting the slumping Kansas City Royals should pray less and drink more. "If I hurt anybody's feelings, I apologize for that," Muser said. "That was not my Intent. I am a God-fearing man," After tho Royals committed four errors Thursday In thilr third straight loss to _ Cleveland, Muser said, MUSBR "Chewing on esokles and drinking milk and praying Is net going te get It dene. „. I'd like them te ge eut and pound tequila rather than have eeakleg and milk beeauie nehedy Is gelng te get m eut ef this hut U8," Thi remarki trlggerid angry oalli te the Reyalg ai well as te the FtUewihlp ef ehrl8= tlan Athletfli, wheit werid headguarters li just aereii the highway frem KauKhmn Sta= dlum, Muier said he was merely trying te say the team needed i tougher, felstler attitude after getting off te a 1048 start In a season In whleh many expeetid them to eompete. He agreed he eeuld have made his point In a less offensive way. "I probably should have used cod liver oil Instead of tequila," he said. "There's nobody who prays harder than me, especially with two out in the ninth and with a lead. I'm from a very strict Catholic background, To those peopU that I may have offended, I apologize as a man. "But God will always help those people who are trying desperately to help themselves. It's not politically correct if people took It the wrong way, but that's the way I I am a Gcxi-fearing man. - Tony Muser Royals manager meant it," Muser was angry at commentators and fans who interpreted his remarks as a slap at first baseman Mike Sweeney, a deeply religious man who had a team-record 144 Rlls last year but Is also off to a slow start, "It's the most rldleulous thing 1 think I've heard my whole life," Muser said, "I have an lB=year=eld daughter whe ii very preelous to me, And there Is only ent guy that I would feel eemfertuble for her te marry, and that li Mlehael Sweeney. "And to plek up a newspaper and hive iemebedy try te pit a player against a man= ager Is rldleuleug, Nebedy level Mlehael Sweeney mere than I do," Muser wai supported by Sweeney as well as general manager Allard Salrd, "Tony Muser Is net going to bash any= body's religion," IBalrd said, "He's not gelng to tell anybody to go out there and get lntox= "Now, the choice of using the word tequila, he'd be the first one to tell you he should not have said that. And I would agree," Sweeney said tough talk from the manager was needed, "I truly feel the statements Tony made were In no way Intended to be malicious toward guys like me because of my Christian faith," Sweeney said. "He was Just trying to Jump-start our team as a whole, I think it was warranted and needed," Rangers' Gates resigns Jerry Narron takes over Texas after 11-17 start to year By STEPHEN HAWKINS The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas — Johnny Gates resigned Friday as manager of the Texas Rangers, saying he was unable to turn around a team off to its worst start since 1985 despite signing Alex Rodriguez to the richest contract in sports history "This is not something I wanted to do, but I wrestled with the decision," said Gates, who was in his seventh season. "It wiU be a lot easier to get a new voice in the clubhouse than new players." Gates was replaced for the remainder of the season by Jerry Narron. The Rangers got several new players during the off­ season, including Rodriguez for $252 mUlion over 10 years, and free agents Andres Galar- rage and Ken Caminiti. That hasn't been enough to make them a winning team. Texas was 11-17 and 11 games behind Seattle in the AL West going into Friday night's game against the Chicago White Sox. While the Rangers were near the lead in every offensive category, their pitching staff was the worst in the majors with a 6.72 ERA. In a meeting with general manager Doug Melvin after Thursday's 9-4 loss to Detroit, the Rangers' fifth straight defeat. Gates said he had done everything he could to turn things around. The longtime friends made a mutual decision that it was time for a change. "When he made the decision, he was relieved," Melvin said. "All of us had looked for answers, all of us had talked to players trying to figure it out." Gates and Melvin reached the decision a day before they were to meet with owner Tom Hicks for their monthly evaluation of the team. Hicks attended Thursday's game instead of going to St. Louis to watch the Dallas Stars, which he also owns, play what turned out to be their final playoff game. Hicks, who had warned that Gates' job could be in Jeopardy if the team didn't play better, said he had struggled over what to say during a meeting that was never necessary. "I knew in my gut where we are," Hicks said. "Everybody in this room has figured out the same thing. Johnny figured it out too." Hicks said the most pressing question he planned to ask Gates, who led the Rangers to their only three postseason appearances, was if he had lost control of the team. Last week in Cleveland, All-Star catcher Ivan Rodriguez apparently became upset at Gates for questioning the severity of an injury Rodriguez has since gone on the 15-day disabled list for a bruised left heel. Gates said that before a game April 24, the first of his final road trip, he said a prayer asking to know by May 23 whether he should keep his job. He decided to resign following a 9-4 loss to Detroit on Thursday "I told Johnny 'I would like to talk you out of it," but inside in my heart I felt maybe it was the right time," Melvin said. Strawberry future up in air By VICKIE CHACHERE The Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. — Darryl Strawberry's doctors came to his defense Friday, telling a judge that a crush of medical and mental problems were keeping the former baseball star STRAWBERRY '^S^.TufZ diction. Gne psychologist said he believes Strawberry might have sustained brain damage from years of cocaine abuse, keeping the ex-New York Yankees slugger from thinking clearly or making simple decisions. Meanwhile, his cancer doctor said Strawberry must continue aggressive treatment for colon cancer if he stands a chance of beat­ ing the disease. "Part of us want to take Darryl by the shoulders and shake him and say 'snap out of it,' said Jonathon LaPook, a New York gastrointerolo- gist who has been overseeing the athlete's care. "Darryl has no more chance of snapping out of his addiction than an asthmatic has of snapping out of his tendency to wheeze," LaPook said. Strawberry was in court to answer for a four-day absence from a Tampa drug treatment center where he had been under house arrest. Since April 2, he has been in a psychiatric ward at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa, on medication to help him deal with depression, cocaine addiction and cancer. He was brought from the hospital to the courthouse for the hearing. Judge Florence Foster indicated she would not decide Strawberry's fate Friday, saying she wanted to take at least the weekend to read over materials presented to her. State prosecutors want at least an 18-month prison sentence for Strawberry, who has four times violated conditions of probation for a 1999 conviction on drug and prostitution solicitation charges. They say he has had repeated chances to stay off drugs and hasn't done it. 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