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G6 THE HARTFORD COURANT: Wednesday, May 23, 1990 BASEBALL REPORT AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Milwaukee 22 14 .611 5-5 Won 1 12-8 10-6 Boston 20 17 .541 2t 5-5 Lost 1 72-8 89 Toronto 21 20 512 3'; 3-7 Los72 14-13 77 Cleveland 19 19 .500 4 5-5 Lost 3 128 7-11 Detroit 18 23 .439 6'-z 7-3 Lost 1 7-12 1 1 -TT Baltimore 17 22 .436 6Vz 5-5 WorTl SM0 8-12 New York 15 21 .417 7 5-5 Won 1 9-12 6-9 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Oakland 26 12 .684 4-6 Won 2 10-6 16-6 Chicago 21 14 .600 3"'z 6-4 Lost 1 15-6 6-8 Minnesota 21 17 .553 5 Lost 1 "8-5 1 32 Seattle 20 21 .488 Viz 6-4 Lost 1 7-10 13-11 Texas 17 22 .436 91 2 3-7 Won 1 9-7o EM2 California 17 23 .425 10 6-4 Won 2 7-11 10-12 Kansas City 14 23 .378 1U2 4-6 Won 1 7-11 7-12 Monday's results Oakland 4, Toronto 1 Chicago 6, New York 5 Minnesota 7. Baltimore 3 Boston 4, Texas 2 California 5. Cleveland 3 Detroit 11. Kansas City 6 beanie a, Miiwau k ee 4 Tuesday's results Milwaukee 3, Seattle 2 Oakland 5, Toronto 4 New York 5. Chicago 2 Baltimore 10, Minnesota 2 Texas 5, Boston 4 California 8, Cleveland 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE Eatt Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Pittsburgh 24 15 .615 4-6 Won 1 10-5 14-10 Philadelphia 22 16 .579 W 64 Won 2 8-6 14-10 Monueal 21 18 .538 3 4-6 Won 3 12-6 9-12 New York T9 19 .500 4V 5-5 Won 2 13-8 6-(T Chicago 19 20 .467 5 5-5 Wont 6-9 13-11 St. Louis 18 21 .462 6'a 6-4 Wont 8-11 10-10 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Cincinnati 26 10 .722 6-4 Lost 1 12-6 14-4 Los Angeles 19 20 .487 8"2 5-5 Lost 2 13-10 6-10 San Diego 18 20 .474 9 Lost 1 12-12 6-8 Atlanta 15 22 .405 11'-; 7-3 Lost 1 10-11 5-11 San Francisco ?5 24 ,385 22 ITi Lost 4 (Hi 99 Houston 14 25 .359 13'; 2-8 Lost 1 8-13 6-12 Monday's results Atlanta 6, St. Louis 5 Cincinnati 4, Chicago 3 Houston 3. Pittsburgh 2 (1 1) Philadelphia 5. San Francisco 2 New York 12. Los Angeles 3 Tuesday's results Chicago 2. Cincinnati 1 16) Philadelphia 4. San Francisco 2 New York 8, Los Angeles 3 Montreal 6. San Diego 1 St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 8. Houston 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE Protabk 1990 Team Lilt 3 Starts Pitchers (H) Time W-L ERA Dec W L IP ERA Texas Detroit Jettcoat (L Dubois (L) 7 35p 0- 0 281 1- 2 7 94 0- 0 - 1- 2 1-2 It' Chicago Baltimore King (P.) Johnson R) 7 35p 2 0 2 63 3-2 4 06 6-1 1-0 21 2 14 5-2 1-1 20"j 3.54 Kansas City Boston Sabernagen (R( Harris (P.) 7 35p 2-3 335 4-2 3 58 3-5 1-0 22' j I 61 3-2 2-1 19 3 32 New York Minnesota Leary(R) Drummond (R) B:35p 2-4 302 0-0 2.86 3-4 1-2 22 3 68 1-0 0-0 4 0 00 Seattle Black (LI Hanson (R) 10 05p 4-1 163 3-3 397 4-4 1-1 24Vj 1 48 3-5 0-3 17i 6.62 Milwaukee Oakland Wegman(R) Moore R 10 05p 2- 0 089 3- 3 4 74 2-0 2-0 14 129 5-3 1-2 18i 3 86 Toronto California Stieb(R) Abbott (L) 10 35p 5-2 3 06 2-3 5 74 6-2 1-1 17 4 24 2-6 1-1 16 619 Lcs Angeles Chicago NATIONAL Belcher (R) HarkeylRI 2 20p LEAGUE 3- 3 4 01 4- 1 4 93 4-3 2-1 21 3 43 4-3 1-0 151! 6 89 San Diego Montreal Hurst L BoydJRI 735p 3-4 3 56 2-2 4 01 4-4 2-1 21 2 57 3-4 1-0 21 0 86 San Francisco St. Louis Knepper (L) Mathews (I) 835p 2-2 6 05 0-3 3 81 2-1 2-1 15 4 80 0-5 0-1 164 2.70 Pittsburgh Houston Walk R Gullick50n (R) 3 350 4-3 2 45 2-3 4 50 4-3 3-0 194 0 92 4-3 0-2 14 5 14 Bottom learn is home loam All pitching data reflects ttta pitchers past poiloi-mance as a starter 1990 Pitcher s 1990 record as strirtor Tm Re Team s record in games started by today s pitcher Lit 3 SUrlt Pitchoi s porloimance over last three starts WL Wonlost tecoid as a starter IP Innings pitched ERA Earned run average CANSECO Tuesday's best l". The Mets' Mike Marshall hit a grand slam and had six BBI against the Dodgers, his former teammates. LJ Kevin Elster had four hits tor the Mets. including a double and home run. H Jose Canseco hit a grand slam (or the Athletics, his 1 5th homer of the year, I I The Pirates Barry Bonds hit the first grand slam of his career. Ti The Cardinals' Jose DeLeon struck out 10. Pittsburgh's Neal Heaton earned his seventh victory, tying him for tops in the majors. The Mets Frank Viola, the Reds' Jack Armstrong and A s Dave Stewart also have won seven. Toronto's Kelly Gruber homered twice. ! "j Andre Dawson of the Cubs received a major league record-setting five intentional walks in a 16-inmng victory against the Reds. Martinez apologizes to Dombrowski f I Montreal pitcher Dennis Martinez apologized to Expos general manager Dave Dombrowski about remarks the righthander made last week following the demotion of Cuban-born catcher Nelson Santovenia. However, Martinez, who is from Nicaragua, said he believes Santovenia s assignment to Triple-A Indianapolis "was made easier because Santovenia was a Latin." Group suggests team locate in Virginia O A group of businessmen seeking a baseball franchise in the Washington. D.C.. area said the team should be located in northern Virginia because it would be less competitive with the Baltimore Orioles. "The capital region is a major league market and deserves a major league franchise, said Mark Tracz, spokesman for Capital Region Baseball Inc. Tracz is a Virginia real estate developer and co-owner of the Prince William Cannons of the Class-A Carolina League. The team could play at RFK Stadium in Washington and later move to a new stadium in northern Virginia, the group said. Gibson to report to Triple-A team Kirk Gibson will reoort to Triple-A Albuquerque Thursday to begin a rehabilitation assignment that the Los Angeles Dodgers hope will get him back to the major leagues. Gibson, the NL Most Valuable Player in 1988. has not played in a game since last July 22. He underwent surgery last summer to repair a slight tear in his left hamstring and missed the rest of the season. Astros option Young to Triple-A Tucson DThe Houston Astros optioned outfielder Gerald Young to their Triple-A Tucson and purchased the contract of outfielder Jeff Baldwin from Double-A Columbus. Young was Wtting .179 m 31 games. Compiled from wire reports American League Rangers 5, Red Sox 4 TEXAS ab HuSOn 5 P.ighrty It 4 Petm ct 1 Plmcro lb i &it?f r j rl j Frjrico 21) A SMnley lb 2 CwltiRh ii 1 LiPy (.1 3 Totals 34 BOSTON r h bi ab r h bl 1 0 0 Eioggs 3b 3 1 2 0 1 A 0 JoReed 2b 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 Greenl II 4 0 0 1 0 1 2 Bmnshy if b 1 3 2 1 L 0 KulL-lier pi 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Evans dh 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 Peru t 5 0 10 0 2 1 Burks cl 4 12 1 0 0 1 Heep lb 3 10 0 0 0 Hiveia bi 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 12 5 Totali 36 4 11 4 ii 100 300 1005 Ion 000 111 0014 I K ictter. Huion, Hcep DP Tejs 3. KOMonj luh ieasb. Boston 11 -'H FJ.mies, JoReed. BuiK Hoggs. Biurunsky. Ml)--Huintinsky 141. Burki (4! SB t spy l4l Sf - -Stanley . pjlineno IP H R ER BB SO HWitt W.2 b O b 3 2 4 b Ro&eis 2 0 0 0 1 JeHussell S 7 1 1 j 4 1 1 1 1 Boston hreUiv L 0 1 3' 8 4 4 1 1 ljiiid 3 3 1 0 0 1 Murphy 0 0 0 0 1 JpRei ? i 11 O 1 1 HBP Heep by BW'tl Um.pnes Home. Kosc. fust. Roe. Second, Morrison, Third. Harnett T 3 1Q A 25.193 Yankees 5, White Sox 2 CHICAGO NEW YORK iD i h bl ab r Fa bl Sow fl 4 111 Sanders If 4 1 1 0 Uohnsn d J O 1 0 Sa 2D 4 0 12 Cjldem II 4 0 1 0 Kelly cl 3 110 VjsqiM dh 2 0 1 0 Wilnfii, lb - 0 0 0 Kittle ph 1 0 0 0 Hjii dh 3 0 0 0 f isk i 4 11 0 Bjlluni ph 10 0 0 CMitn-i lb 4 0 0 0 Hjflield rl 4 I 0 Helchr 2b 4 0 2 1 Geien i 2 2 1 3 Grclxk 3b 4 0 0 0 Vel.irde3b 10 0 0 Guillen ss 4 0 1 0 tsprw ss 2 0 0 0 ToUK 35 2 8 2 TotsW 28 5 5 5 t tsiimofj. B.vfield LOH- ChKjg Ne urk A 2B --Pasquj. S.t. HR-i ji.Geren!2l SB- Sjsj !8 V 5j ( 11 ' IP H R ER BE Chicago MPeie; L.34 J $ b. : tdwards 1 1 0 0 ( New York laPomt W,3 3 b'"'i 7 2 2; Gateimiix l1') 0 0 Hrghctti S.8 1 0 0 0 ( HBP Ceren bj Wcrez WP laF I3K- MPere Umpires-Home, Hi tweh His! Pnniips Second. McCoy, 1 OatW T 3 0b A24,42 Orioles 10, Twins 2 BALTIMORE sb Gladden H b 0 0 0 Newmn 2, 3 0 11 Putkelt cf 2 0 1 0 Maniin 2b 2 0 0 0 Gaetti 3b 2 0 0 0 Dyc' illi 2 t Hd'pei t 4 Sholey tl b 2 4 1 Millign lib 4 1 1 BAndcsn ll 4 1 1 CRipkn ss 4 1 1 ; Mbiwn 2b 0 0 0 ( ) Tettletont 3 2 1 ) O'sulak il 3 2 2 Mining it 0 0 0 ( ) Wtiy,tn 3b 4 u 0 ( ) Segui lb 4 1 1 ( I Gon;als2b 3 0 0 C Total! 36 2 10 2 Totah 34 10 11 1 L- Worlhinjjion. Newman OP Minnesota I Haltirnofe 1 LOB -Minnesota 12, rt.v.tinwtf b 2B -Hjrpet fiitrvett. Mjik. Te:tleloir4i SB-- Milligan 12 1. Gladden (bl S UrK.n Ooriales IP H R ER BB SO Minnesota Tapani L.b I A'-i 7 8 8 2b (ieifngueF P) 3 2 2 0 1 Wj,tw 2 10 0 10 Baltimore Ballaid 3 b 2 2 A 1 Wilymsri W.3 1 4 3 0 0 0 1 Price 2 2 0 0 0 3 Ballard pitched to2bdtteisinthe4th HBP NAndetson by HeFenguer WP Ballard. Price Umpnes Home Welke. Fust . tvans, Second, foid. Thud, Coble 12 52 A 18.892 Angels 8, Indians 3 CALIFORNIA CLEVELAND ab t h bl ab r h bl M'hitc-cl b 2 2 0 Bione2b4 0 0 0 Ha, 2b b 1 1 2 Webster cl 4 0 0 0 CUavis Oh 4 1 2 0 Baeiga ss 4 1 2 0 .j(nvr I ti 4 1 i 4 MWrtdo !t 4 12 1 Windeld il b 0 0 0 Jacob lb 4 0 0 0 Bicbelte If 4 1 10 Ciams d'i 4 0 0 0 DHiil ib 4 0 2 1 Snjder rl 3 1 1 1 Oiton 4 110 AlomjF ( 3 0 11 Disaicn ss 3 1 0 0 Spungi 3D 2 0 10 OJams lb 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 6 12 7 Total 33 3 7 3 t-BaeFga UP Cleveland 1 LOB Caiiloinia b. Cleveland i 2B Bichette. WaMonjck Snyder, Orton H-J0yneilb) i SB - 0 White Xi Hay !2' 1 IP H R ER BB SO California (f.nic-, Wh.' Mar ve, s , Cleveland Candiufti 1 A ? b 3 3 Ob 0 0 U 0' n 0 0 0 3 8 4 2 1 bl 0 0 0 0 1 Royals 9, Tigers 8 KANSASCtfy" DETROIT " ab f h bl ab r h bl 'w.i.-t il- b 1 2 0 Phiiinis 3b i i 2 0 StuiACll ss 4 110 rr.nr.ml ss b 1 4 3 P'-Fiy lb A 2 2 3 WhitjltF2tj4 1 1 3 Pjiatis lb 0 0 'J 0 fielder lb 4 0 10 Tn.v.i'i dh. b 1 2 '.'.,ms pf (i 1 O O Fn.'tt rt .1 1 !) O Most'by cl b 0 1 0 ii i-v. ct b !J 1 0 Sheets il j 0 1 0 .Wilsnn :M 2 'I 0 Hones H U 0 0 0 Macijiln r 4 ) 2 Brgmn ph 0 0 0 0 ' 'Ainu- 2b 4 111 GW.vd it 4 11 0 Salas ph 10 0 0 H' lh i O 1 G Lemon dh 2 0 0 1 tte.it h c bill Totals 38 9 9 8 Tolali 39 8 13 8 IP H R ER BB SO 1 ' 2 letter Home, John' firs!. J'jyte, Second. McfU'.m Th VKltjjiO.ci T U 1 A - 12 4hb This date in baseball 1901 The Cleveland Indians scored nme Fun-, with two oul in he ninth inning to beat the Washington Senators 1413 1935 The first Fnaior league mght game which w,i5 scheduled to t played in Onan nab was famed oul 1951 Five Cardinal players went lo bat in '.he e.Rblti -.n,,ing agamst Cinemnatf. but Ed flailey, the Reds catcher, dtd not handle a pitch Swinging on fhe fust pitch Irorn Jackie Conum. Rpd Schoendienst smiled Slan Mu sial also singled on the lust offering, and CoHum was relieved by Frank Smith S'fith threw oni (tuee pilches as Ray Jabtonski, lom Alston ,md Rip Repulskt tUed oul The Reds beat the Cards 13 6 at St Louis 1962 New York's Joe Pepitone hit two homers m the eighth inning m the Yankees' 13 J lnumh over Kansas City 1970 The San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants hooked up in a 15 inning see saw battle with he Padres coming out or lop wifi a 1716 tnuTtph Hale Colbert led the San Diego assautl with five hits and fouF RBI Brewers 3, Mariners 2 SEATTLE ab r Reynlds2bS 0 fluley II 3 0 AOavis lb 4 0 Leonid dh 4 0 Giilley ct 4 1 LMitn; 3b 4 0 Cotto if 4 0 SBiadley c 4 0 Brurniy ss 3 1 MILWAUKEE h bl ab 1 O MoMof 2b 3 1 1 f elder II 3 0 O She)lild3b2 1 0 Polidor 3b 1 1 1 Vouitf cl 4 0 0 DParhr dh 4 1 0 Oeer lb 3 1 0 Braggs rf 3 1 0 COBFien c 4 tOiaz ss 1 Spiers ph 1 7 Z Total! 29 r h bl 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 t 3 5 3 One out when winning run scored, t -HJohnson. Molitor. Deer. LOB Seattle 8, Milwaukee 8 2B--Molitor, Reynolds HRGr.,k'y 110' SB teldei 2 fb!. Sheffield 7l. Braggs 131. Oeer (21. Molitor lb), Leonard 41 SF Bnley IP H R ER 0B SO $eattle HJohnson 7 2 2 2 b 9 Swill L.2 1 P ) 2 1 1 0 1 Cormtock 0 10 0 0 0 Milwaukee Knudsnn W.3 1 9 7 2 2 1 3 Comstock pitched to 1 batter in the 9th HRP -Btaggs by HJohnson t'B SBradley. UmpiresHome. Oenkinger. first, Merrill, Second, Shulock. Third. McClelland T 2 b4 A lb,2bb Athletics 5, Blue Jays 4 OAKLAND ab r h bl HHdsn II 12 0 0 Lansbd dh 4 1 2 0 Canseco fI 4 1 3 b McGwif 11)4 0 0 0 pHdsn cf 4 0 0 0 Stembch c A 0 0 Kndlph 21) 4 0 0 0 Gjllego 31; 3 0 0 0 Weiss ss 2 10 0 Totals 30 5 6 5 TORONTO ab r h bl f ernndz SS 4 0 0 0 fcli Cf 4 111 Gruber 3b 4 2 2 2 Bell II 4 0 2 0 McGfiII lb 4 0 0 0 B-otcleis 3 0 0 0 Mllnks ph 10 0 0 Olerud dh 3 0 0 0 GHill rf 2 0 0 0 Lee 2b 3 111 Totalt 32 4 6 4 000 104 0005 000 103 0004 L CiHitw, UHmieison DP Toionto 2 LOB Oakland?, Toronto? 2B Bell MR G'uber 2 1 121. Canseco 115). Lee (31. felu 17) SB -HHendeFSon (191 IP H R ER BB SO Oakland CYoufiR W 2 1 5m 3 3 3 0 1 Nelson 12 1111 Honecult 1 1 i 0 0 0 0 0 IcVeis'ieyS.n 1 1 0 0 0 1 Toronto Key 3 11112 Wills L,3 2 3 4 4 4 2 3 Acker 2 10 0 1 ! UWard 1 0 0 0 0 1 Key pitched !o 2 barters in the 4th Ump.m Hume. Gaui.i, first, Reitly. Second, Palmero. Third, Hendry T 3 01 A 49,559 National League Mets 8, Dodgers 3 ab r h bl ab r h bl listens 2t b 1 10 Samuel 2b 4 0 0 0 Miller cf t 3 3 0 Gon.Ml cf 4 1 2 0 HJhnsn 3b 4 0 10 MHtr.hr If 3 0 0 1 Sliwhry rl 4 1 2 1 Murray lb 1 1 1 0 Marshl lb 4 1 2 b Javier cf 3 0 0 0 teulel lb 0 0 0 0 WetlelndpO 0 0 0 Bostun II 5 0 10 Brooks if 4 1 1 0 Lister s.s b ! 4 1 Shiuisr.Jhi 0 2 1 Sasser c b 0 2 0 Scioscia c 4 0 1 0 Ojeda p 3 110 Gnflm ss 2 0 0 1 OMjUy ph 1 0 0 0 Crews p 1 0 0 0 Pen.i p 10 0 0 Aase p 0 0 0 0 Shelby ph 1 0 0 0 Hartley p 0 0 0 0 tH-.vs ph. 10 0 0 Perry p 0 0 0 0 CGwynn II 0 0 0 0 Total 44 8 17 8 Total 32 3 7 3 New York Loi Angelei t GriKtn.Hjitley.BfwiKs LOH Nc Yoik 12. Los Angeles 4 2H Murray, Boston, lister 3B - Gooale; MR Marshall 14). Lisle' lb) SB -Miller 18). Boston 13). Sharperson V S- Grillen SI --Marshall, MHaKher IP H R ER 8B SO New York OjedjW.l? b 4 1 1 0 3 Pena S,2 3 3 2 2 0 4 Lot Angelei Gcs LOI 4 ft 2 1 1 2 Aase 1 10 0 0 0 Hartley 2 5 5 0 0 1 Peny 110 0 10 Wetteland 12 1 10 1 Crews pitched tu 2 batleis in the 5lh Urnpires Home Rennart fust, Tata, Second. Hu'un 1hnd.Ot T -3 1b f 29 Ob 4 Phillies 4, Giants 2 PHI LA SAH FRAN ab r h bi ab r h bl O.kstraif b 0 2 1 Bullei cf 3 0 0 0 Herr 2t) b 0 2 1 Leach if 3 1 0 0 VHayes rl b 0 0 0 f'jrker rl 0 0 0 0 Jordan !b 4 0 0 0 WCIaik lb 3 1 1 2 fruk If 112 0 Mitchel, It 4 0 1 0 CHayeS It) 10 10 MWims 31j 4 0 0 0 itui '.s .112 1 ptv.wly t 1 0 1 0 Oaollon i. 12 11 Andr-.n pr 0 0 0 0 KHuwell p 1 0 0 0 GCartei c 10 0 0 Caiman i 0 0 0 0 HThmp 2b 4 0 0 0 Pairett p (i 0 0 0 Unbe ss 10 10 He.'dy ph 1 I) 1 0 Heuschpl p 1 0 0 0 HMdlAl p (i 0 11 0 Hues ph 10 0 (i thrmtvj p 0 0 0 0 Bass ph 1 OOlJ Hjmakr p 0 0 0 0 Hailey pii 1 0 0 0 Total 35 4 11 4 Total 30 2 4 2 Philadelphia 000 030 0014 San Francluo 000 O02 0002 OP Philadelphia l.Sanl ranciscu 1 LOB-- in! rannsiub 2B- Dykstra (7i S- -KHowell 2 IP H R ER BB SO Umpnes Hume. I Second. Muniague 2 bO A - - 8 9) i 0 0 0 1 Thud Mr Sherry T Cubs 2, Reds 1(16) KM v. OFJuli i iti tt i 1 , 0 I 7 0 2 0 II b 0 1 0 oris lb A (I 0 U Ugi lb i 0 0 0 Uumuns ss b U i 0 r h bl '020 '12 0 '010 Dawson rl j 0 1 0 McOndn ll f) OCljrk It 2 Oliv 4 0 2 0 Ounston ss 0 : 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 U A 0 0 0 P t 0 1 0 i 10 0 0 DwSrnt ph 1 Guardi c 2 Bielecki o j Dascn; pn 1 MiWIIms p 0 Wynne ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sr uddei u 0 0 0 0 total 54 1)1 1 Total 57 2 10 2 Cincinnati 000 000 000 000 100 01 Chicago 000 000 000 000 100 12 Or jut when winmrio run scored t Salw.Qwr.wu", OP Chmoga 1 lOH-Grwinnab 12. ChicaRo 20 ?B -Ounslon2. BHatcher. Oliver, Sandberg HH - Sjbo(8l, Saia?ar i2l SB - Grace (7). Davison ISl. Walton (Hi Oumones ( 1 1, balaar 1 1 ) S-Oeslei. lileeil IP M R ER BB SO Cincinnati HrtMnifiR 'I b 0 0 1 4 Charllim 1 'i 1 0 0 1 2 Dibble ; 0 0 0 0 2 tay.M,a ' i0 0 0 2 2 iiirtsas 1 i 0 0 0 1 0 Myers 11110 2 'rudder L.l 1 21 i 2 1 0 4 3 Chicago Bielecki 10 b 0 0 3 M MiWIIms 2 2 0 0 0 2 Pico 12 110 0 Assnmchr 2 10 0 10 ions W.2 0 110 0 0 1 HBP -BHatcher by iielprki WP - Bielecki, Scudder Umpires - Home. Hallion. First. Harvey. Second, Ciaw'ord. Third. DcMuth T-4 27 A-'J.bSO Cardinals 4, Braves 3 STLOUIS ab r Hudlet K 4 0 Walling ph 1 0 LeSmith p 0 0 OSmitb ss 4 1 McGee ct 5 0 Gueirer lb 3 1 Pndltn 3b 3 1 2 eile c 4 1 Mthrnp fI 4 0 Oquend2b3 0 DeLeon p 4 0 Coleman II 0 0 Total 35 4 ATLANTA h bi ab 0 0 OMcDll ct 3 0 0 Gant If 4 0 0 Tredwy 26 4 1 0 Piesley 3b 4 1 0 Justice lb 4 1 0 Murphy rf 4 2 2 Whttt c 2 0 0 Smoltz pr 0 0 0 Thomas ss A 1 0 UHiquist p 2 1 2 Luecken p 0 0 0 Casbllo p 0 Gregg P" 1 Kerfeld p 0 7 4 Total 32 r h bl t L 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 3 StLouls Atlanta 000 210 1004 200 000 0013 L thorn .is. Gant OP S'.Lows 1. l.CB StLouts H. Atlanta 5 2B Justice 2, Guerrero. OSmilh, Pendleton. Treadway SB OMcDowell (5) IP H R ER BB SO Stloult DeLeon W.4 2 H 4 2 2 2 10 LeSmith S.3 12 1111 Atlanta Lilliquist L.2 5 b-'i 7 4 3 4 4 Luecken 1 i 0 0 0 0 1 Casblli) 1 0 0 0 0 1 Kerfeld 10 0 0 0 1 PB Zeile. Whitt Umpnes Home, Runge, f irst. Layne, Second, Winters, Thud. Davis T 2 43 A 11.313 Expos 6, Padres 1 SANDIEGO ab r h Stphnsnlb3 1 0 TGvvynn rl A 0 2 Alomai 2b 4 0 0 JCarter cf 4 0 0 Lynn If A Q L Santiago c 4 0 2 Pglrulo 31) 3 0 0 Tmpltn ss 4 0 0 N nil son p i 0 0 JeClark ph 1 0 0 Sho p 0 0 0 Abner ph 1 0 0 Grant p 0 0 0 Jacksn ph I 0 0 Ctemnls p 0 0 0 Total 34 1 5 MONTREAL bl ab 0 DeShlds2b5 1 DMrtn? cl 5 0 Raines II 3 0 GalaFrg lb 5 0 Wailach3b4 0 Walker rf 4 0 Goll c 3 0 Owen ss 3 0 Gardner p 3 0 Hall p 0 0 NoboJ ph 1 0 Schmidt p 0 0 0 1 Total 36 6 13 6 h bl 0 1 0 1 3 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 ! 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 San Diego Montreal 001 000 0001 30Z 010 OOx 6 (.--Walljch2 LOB--SanDiego 12. Montreal 10 20 Wjlljcn. Santiago 3B- TGwynn HR-WjIUch 191 SB Walker )) SF IP H R ER BB SO San Olego Whitson t.,3 3 4 9 5 5 0 3 Show 2 2 1 12 2 Grant 1 1 0 0 0 1 Clements 110 0 11 Montreal Gardner W.2 2 7 4 1 1 4 4 Hall 110 0 11 Schmidt 10 0 0 0 0 HBP JCarter by Gjrdner WP Clements Umpnes -Home f roemmmg, First, PuNt. Second, Hippley. Third, Darling T 2 37 A -11 bW Pirates 8, Astros 4 PITTSBURGH HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl King 3, 4 1 0 0 Yeldmg cf 4 1 1 1 JBell ss 4 2 2 3 Dor an 2b 3 0 0 1 Vanbiyk cl 4 1 1 1 Bigio c 4 0 10 Bonula rl 4 10 0 GOavis lb 4 0 0 0 Bonds II 4 12 4 Camimt 3b 3 10 0 Lawitni p 1 0 ll U GWtlson il 10 10 SUoghi c 4 0 1 0 Stubbs ph 1 0 0 0 Bream lb 3 1 10 Anthony rl -1 J 1 2 1 1 rid 2b 3 11 0 Hatnir; ss 10 1)0 Heaton p 2 0 0 0 Schtzdr p 1 1 1 0 Reynlds ll 0 0 0 0 Clancy p 0 0 0 0 C.indal ph 0 0 0 0 XHir.irj; pO 0 0 O Bakln ph 1 0 0 0 AFideisn p 0 0 0 0 Total 33 8 6 S Totalt 31 4 5 4 Fittiburgh 004 400 0008 HoiiJton 002 000 2004 L- "-.vw.vz 2 OP Hmiston 2 LOB - PillshuFgh3,Houslofib 2B -Bream 3B--Teldmg, JBell. Slaught HR-Bonds (7), Anthony(4 SB- -Candaele 12 1 S Heaton Sf Doran. VanSlyW- IP H R ER BB SO Pittsburgh Heaton V 7 1 b''i 4 A A 2 1 Landrum 2' i 1 0 0 0 0 Houiton Schl;dr L.l 2 31 j 5 b 2 I 2 uy i?.-, 2 2 2 2 0 "and; 2 10 0 0 0 ersen ? 0 0 0 3 2 WP- Siha1:eder Umpires -Ham..., We1.'.. Insl. Holm. Second. Mjrsh Th-id, Wendelstedt T 2 3b A 8 f-,bl Monday night Mets 12, Dodgers 3 LOS ANGELS ii ab r -I 2b i 1 5 1 Whthrst p Strwbfy rl MrRylds II MuSSlrrin p OMjUy iti Boston 1 1 Hundley c Mapannlti 0 Aase n 1 1 Shelby ph 1 0 4 2 2 1 Javier ct 5 1 1 0 1 0 Daniels If 2 0 3 2 11 CGwyiin If 1 0 3 114 Munay It) 0 U 2 110 MHtchr 3b 1 0 J 1 1 0 Brooks rl i 0 0 0 0 0 Gonal rf 1 1 2 0 12 LHains 3D 4 0 4 1 2 2 Scioscia c 3 0 j 1 0 0 Dempsy c 1 0 1 0 ( 1 t) Griffin ss 3 0 0 Shrpisn ss 1 0 Morgan p 0 0 MMaddn p 2 0 i lb I ' Totalt 38 12 14 11 Totalt 33 3 7 3 New York Lot Angelet HJohnson Samuel Marshall DP--Ne York l.losAi'.,Ji!tes i LOB -New Voik i , Los Anueles H ?B HJahnsoti. k'llcnev OMalley 3B Javier HH -- Stravt'rry ibl, McKeynolds Ibl Host on l2. Gonzalez HI S Gcodf-n SI Murray IP H R ER BB SO New York Good-'n W, I 1 5 3 2 2 4 3 Musslmn 1 10 0 0 1 WMtiiM b 2 13 110 4 Lo Angelei Morgan .5 3 2' i 1 fl ) 2 2 MM.k1.Ju b ) J 0 3 Aase 2 2 0 0 0 0 HBP Sbawberry ty MM.iddu- BK Gixxfen T 3 01 A - J9.S7b Calendar June 4-6 Amateur draft June 1314 QneiS meetings. Clee July 10 All Star Game, Wngley Held, Ch.iao. 8 35 EOT Aug 5 Hall ot Fame induction cereino mey Coopeislown. H Y Aug. 6 Hall ol Fame game. Montreal vs Baltimore. Coopcrtflwn, H Y Aug. 31 Deadline for postseason rosters Sept. 1 Active rosters incieased to 40 players Sepl. TBA Owners meetings. Pittsburgh Oct. 1 All players an ophonal assignment must be recalled Oct 4 National league playoKs bego. city ot West division winner Oct 6 Amencjn League playoffs begin, city of l ast division winner Oct. 16 WoiiO St-iies begins city of National League champion Nov. 30 Dec. 6 Winter mt-ptings, (is Alleles Yankee Stadium home runs A litl of the Yankee who have hit at leatt 100 home rum at Yankee Stadium: 1 Mickey Mantle 266 2. Babe Ruth 259 3 lou Gehrig 251 4 Yogi Berra--210 5 Joe OiMaggio 148 6 (WlMkey 135 Graig Nettles 118 8 Tommy Hennch 1 1 ! 9 Hobby Murcer 103 10 Charlie Keller 102 11 OonMaltingly-J02 COURANT SCORELINE 24-HOUR SERVICE 520-6987 Mets slam Dodgers Marshall homer highlights 17-hit attack By MARTY NOBLE Ncwsday LOS ANGELES So we have additional evidence. It came Tuesday afternoon in the form of eight more runs, 17 more hits, another grand slam and, more importantly, another Mets victory. The Boys of The Bench were on their feet again, supporting their mates. The top step was crowded again. Apparently this revival of the Mets was not just a one-night stand. When the Mets woke up Tuesday morning, they liked what they saw in the newspapers so they did it again. They buried the Los Angeles Dodgers, 8-3, for the second time in less than 18 hours. Mike Marshall drove in six runs, and Bob Ojeda, working as a starting pitcher for the second time, gained his first victory. All that without a team meeting. But to hear the Mets speak Tuesday, the impact of Monday's meeting still was evident. "I think we were 8-0 in games after team meetings last year," Kevin Elster said. "And now we've played well two straight games, the way this team is supposed to win games. But the idea is to stay focused, not just win three games after a meeting." The idea, though, is to not need meet ings. "I'd prefer to win and not meet," Elster said. "If we would have won Sunday in San Diego, I think we'd be on a roll. If we'd won Sunday, we wouldn't have had the meeting." But now the players are drawing strength from the reversal that followed the meeting. Johnson didn't de-emphasize its impact but said, "What I like is getting hits when we need hits and outs when we need outs." The Mets execution was flawless again Tuesday. They made no errors for only the 12th time in 38 games. The 17 hits four by Elster, including his fifth home run, three by Keith Miller and at least one in every inning were a season high. Even though they left 12 runners on base, they did enough damage to bury the poor Dodgers. Marshall was the primary wrecking ball, hitting the seventh grand slam of his career only Eddie Murray and Gary Carter among active players have more and driving in a run with a sacrifice fly and another with a single. The home run was his fourth of the season and first on the road. The day's work increased his RBI total to 19. He had driven in six runs in a game once previously, in 1984. "I want to be the player they thought I'd be 25 home runs, 80 to 95 RBI, a .270 average," Marshall said. Cubs defeat Reds on Clark hit in 16th Associated Press Dave Clark, given a chance with the bases loaded after a record-setting fifth intentional walk to Andre Dawson, singled in the winning run in the 16th inning Tuesday as the Chicago Cubs outlasted the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 in Chicago. Ryne Sandberg singled with one out in the 16th and moved to third when Mark Grace's ground ball went through Luis Quinones's legs for an error. Clark singled off Scott Scudder ( 1-1 ), who pitched the last 2'-H innings. National League Bill Long ( 2-0) pitched the 16th for the victory. Dawson's five intentional walks broke the mark set by Roger Maris of the Yankees May 22, 1962, and Garry Tem-pleton of the Padres July 5, 1985. Both games lasted 12 innings. The Reds tied a major league record by issuing seven intentional walks, matching the record set by the Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies in 1984. Pirates 8, Astros 4: Barry Bonds hit the first grand slam of his career in the third and Jay Bell had a three-run triple an inning later to help Neal Heaton win his seventh game of the season, in Houston. Heaton (7-1) gave up four runs and four hits in 6'h innings. Loser Dan Schat-zeder (1-2), making his first start of the season after 16 relief appearances, lasted 3":i innings, yielding six runs, four unearned. Phillies 4, Giants 2: Ken Howell scattered three hits in seven innings and Len Dykstra doubled twice and drove in a run. in San Francisco. Howell (5-3) allowed only one runner as far as second before walking Brett Butler to start the sixth. After Rick Leach hit into a fielder's choice, Will Clark hit a drive over the center-field fence, his seventh homer. Howell struck out six and walked four before Don Carman came in to start the eighth. Carman walked Leach with one out. retired Clark on a fly ball and was relieved by Jeff Parrett, who allowed a bloop single by Kevin Mitchell but struck out Matt Williams. Roger McDowell pitched the ninth for his 11th save. The Phillies scored three runs in the fifth against loser Rick Reus-chel (2-5). Expos 6, Padres 1: Tim Wallach homered and drove in four runs and rookie Mark Gardner pitched seven Card in can: lost treasure PITTSFIELD, Maine Arlo Quint, 12, has thousands of baseball cards, but he says he'll buy even more when he cashes in a rare 1909 Honus Wagner copy he unearthed. "I can't believe it," Quint said Tuesday, adding that he will probably share any profits with his friends Chris Deck and Eric Love, each 13. The trio was digging for fishing worms behind Quint's home in central Maine when the shovel hit what turned out to be a bent Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder can. Inside was the card featuring Wagner, the Hall of Fame shortstop who was also known as "The Flying Dutchman." Wagner played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1897-1917 and had a .329 lifetime batting average. Quint said the boys can't make out whose pictures arc depicted on the other three cards that were in the tooth powder can. A Wagner card "in real good shape" is worth $100,000, said Brad Shaw of the Fuss-Budget Sports-cards Center in Augusta. "Even one in rough shape is worth $10,000 to $15,000," although it could fetch more in an auction. Coincidentally, another Honus Wagner card was discovered about 30 miles away in Stockton Springs about a month ago. strong innings, in Montreal. Wallach, who has seven homers and 20 RBI in his past 15 games, hit a three-run homer off Ed Whitson (3-3), to give the Expos a 3-0 lead in the first. Cardinals 4, Braves 3: In Atlanta, Jose DeLeon scattered four hits in eight innings and drove in two runs and Terry Pendleton also had two RBI with a pair of hits for the Cardinals. DeLeon (4-2) walked two and struck out 10 in ending Atlanta's three-game winning streak. He yielded two runs in the first inning on Jeff Treadway's RBI single and an RBI double by Dave Justice, who has hit safely in all seven games since being recalled from the minors. Canseco powers A's Associated Press Jose Canseco hit his first regular-season grand slam, a sixth-inning drive onto the roof of a restaurant beyond the center-field fence, as the Oakland Athletics beat the Blue Jays 5-4 Tuesday in Toronto. Canseco broke a 1-1 tie with his first-pitch grand slam off Frank Wills (3-2). He also drove in Oakland's first run with a single in the fourth. The Athletics loaded the bases on walks to Walt Weiss and Rickey Henderson and Carney Lansford's infield single down the third-base line before Canseco's home run. Dennis Eckersley got the last three outs for his 1 1th save. Toronto starter Jimmy Key didn't allow a hit in the first three innings but aggravated an injured right hamstring covering first base on Mike Gallego's groundout in the third. Angels 8, Indians 3: Chuck Finley won for the 13th time in his past 16 decisions and Wally Joyner homered and drove in four runs, in Cleveland. Joyner hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning and was robbed of another home run in the eighth when right fielder Cory Snyder reached over the fence to make a catch. Joyner, who had three hits, and Johnny Ray each had two-run singles in the ninth. Finley (6-2), who missed a scheduled start Friday because ot a sprained right ankle, gave up three runs on six hits in American League 6 innings, walking none and striking out six. Tom Candiotti (4-2) took the loss, Cleveland's third in a row, in his first appearance since missing two starts because of an inflamed right elbow. Orioles 10, Twins 2: Joe Orsulak's second home run of the game capped a six-run fifth inning, in Baltimore. Orsulak drove in a career-high four runs and Steve Finley got four hits for the Orioles. Mickey Tettleton homered and Cal Ripken ended an 0-for-18 slump with a two-run double. Mark Williamson (3-1 ) relieved winless Jeff Ballard in the fourth and shut down the Twins on three hits, then Joe Price came on in the eighth. Brewers 3, Mariners 2: Bill Spiers' pinch-hit single drove in Glenn Braggs with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth and Mark Knudson pitched a seven-hitter, in Milwaukee. Braggs and Charlie O'Brien singled off Bill Swift (2-1) with one out in the ninth. Keith Comstock was brought in to face Spiers, who bounced a single over the head of first baseman Alvin Davis to score Braggs with the winning run. Royals 9, Tigers 8: The Kansas City Royals ended a 14-game losing streak at Tiger Stadium as their beleaguered bullpen escaped a bases-loaded jam in the ninth inning, in Detroit.

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