Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on May 7, 1994 · 19
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Saturday, May 7, 1994 Press & Sun-Bulletin 5C EASTERN LEAGUE Belli Carri finds thunder in Trenton bat By CHERYL ROSENBERG Staff Writer The view is a little different from what Joe Delli Carri remembered. Third base rather than first is now a stone's throw away, the parking lot is completely in sight. It's the view that players on visiting ball-clubs are familiar with from the dugout at Binghamton Municipal Stadium. It is one that Delli Carri, who nit .250 for Binghamton for most of 1992 and '93, must now get used to. Delli Carri made his first trip here in a bright green rather than royal blue uniform on Friday, as a member of the Trenton Trenton, the Detroit Tigers' Double A farm team that is in town for a three-game series. "Being on this side or the field is really strange," said Delli Carri, not in the lineup despite leading the Thunder with a .341 average. "Warming up on the left-field line instead of the right-field line, it's like I'm in a different park." Against New Haven on Wednesday, Delli Carri fouled a ball off his shin. By Thursday morning, his shin had swollen up enough for him to be scratched from the lineup that night. That has been all that's kept Delli Carri down lately. "I got off to a slow start, but that was somewhat deceiving," Delli Carri said. "I hit the ball better in my first 20 at-bats than I have in my second 20. If you hit the ball hard consistently, it's going to fall in eventually." Delli Carri, traded to the Tigers in the offseason for second baseman Kevin Morgan (now with Class A St. Lucie), said he is comfortable with the Detroit organization. He's played 19 of Trenton's 24 games, mostly at second or third. He played shortstop for the Mets, 109 games in '92 and 85 last year. Hinon LEAGUES EASTERN LEAGUE STANDINGS North Division W L Pel GB L10 Streak Home Away Mels - 16 7 .720 7-3 W1 11-6 7-1 New Britain 13 11 .542 47 7-3 W4 5-7 8-4 Albany-Colonie 9 12 .429 7 3-7 W2 -3-7 6-5 New Haven 9 14 .391 8 4-6 L 2 7-7 2-7 Portland 9 17 .346 fk 4-6 W1 3-4 6-13 South Division W t Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Harrisburg 17 9 .654 6-5 W1 11-7 6 Bowie 15 9 .625 1 6-4 1 2 8-3 7-6 Canton-Akron 15 12 .556 2 7-3 L1 6-5 9-7 Trenton 11 13 .458 5 4-6 11 4-4 7-9 Reading 7 19 .269 10 3-7 L1 5-11 2-8 , Friday's rsautts Mets 7, Trenton 2 , '. New Britain 10. New Haven 3 Albany-Coionie3,Bowie2, (11) , Portland 12, Reading 4 . Harrisfaurg 4, Canton-Akron 2 Today's Qarnee Trenton (Mysel 0-3) at Mets Mtko 1-0), 1:30 Atoany-Cotonte at Bowie HamsOurg at Canton-Akron New Britain at New Haven Reeding at Portland Sunday's flames Trenton at Mets. 1:30 Albany-Colorne at Bowie Harrisourg at Canton-Akron New Britain at New Haven Reading at Portland lliursdey's results Canton-Akron 5, Mets 3 AJbany-Cokn4, Harnstxfgt Reading 8. Bowie 7, (10) Trenton 5, New Haven 4 Only games scheduled STATISTICS ' ' ' BINGHAMTON METS (Including Friday's game) ' BATTING Player B AB B H 2B 3B HB RBI BB SO SB Avg. Omar Garcia 25 104 16 37 6 I 2 17 4 13 2 .356 Ed Fully '" ! 14 39 4 12 2 0 0 5 0 7 3 .308 EdgardoAltona) 21 82 19 24 7 2 1 12 17 6 6 .293 Jeff Barry 23 84 13 24 6 0 2 15 6 16 4 .286 JayOavte 14 28 1 B 0 0 1 4 2 3 0 .286 FrankJacobs 18 65 6 17 6 0 2 10 6 14 0 .262 GregGratam 12 31 5 8 2 0 0 7 4 7 1 .258 Ricky Otero 15 63 14 16 5 2 0 2 7 5 7 .254 fire Saunders 25 91 11 23 6 0 1 17 11 16 2 .253 Tracy Sanders 21 61 14 14 5 1 1 9 19 23 8 .230 Alberto Castillo 23 79 8 18 3 0 1 10 14 9 0 .228 Doug Saunders 23 84 14 17 5 3 0 6 8 22 1 .202 TonyTiienia 3 821 00011 50 .125 Others 54 9 11 4 0 0 4 4 17 3 .204 Totals - 25 873135 230 57 9 11 119 103 163 37 .263 prrcHiNO player SWIGSSVJP H R ER B8 SO ERA Todd Regal 3 I 0 0 0 4'. 3 0 0 1 4 O OP JoeVitto 3 1 0 2 0 13V. 13 1 1 9 7 0 66 Olds Roberts 5 5 0 5 0 34 28 8 6 18 26 1.59 Andy BedOTtian 12 0 2 0 6 167. 13 5 4 4 5 2.16 Robert Person 8 2 1 4 0 26ft 16 7 14 -17 2.36 JimJcCreacJ 13 0 0 0 2 19 16 7 6 10 13 2.84 Bill Pulsipher 6 4 1.6 0 40'. 36 16 14 12 35 3.12 Juan Castillo 5 3 1 5 0 291. 28 14 11 16 21 3.34 MarKFtler ' 8 0 1 0 0 14'. 17 11 10 4 13 6.28 JoeCrawtord 5 0 0 0 0 6?. 12 10 9 5 3 12.15 COT 10 2 1 3 2 29'i 27 10 8 6 21 245 Totals 25 18 7 25 10 235 209 J)1 77 98 J65 2.95 mets box, nuns Mets 7. Thunder 2 TKKTO. MMHAMTM atrial akriM Me'hatss 2 00 0 Otero cf 5 2 20 DubOMlf 3 100 Graham sj 5 1 22 Clark ID 4 110 Garcia lb 4 0 1 0 Rendmadh 4 00 0 Jacotsdi'3 0 00 Psranac 30G0 Barry rt 4 0 20 Die 3b 4 02 0 C.Sders 3b4 2 2 0 Mashes cf 4 00 0 AC'twoc '3 100 0Neal2b 4 010 OSdsrc 3 122 Milne rt 3 00 0 Davis H 4 0 2 2 lows 31 24 0 Totals 35 7136 Trenton 000 000 0022 4 2 Brtfemm 020 023 00W 13 1 E Decillls, Parana, C. Saunders. DP Trenton 2. LOB Trenton 6. Binghamton 7. 2B Barry, Otero, D. Saunders. SB Otero. IP M R ER BB SO Trenton With8mL2-2 5V.I0 7 5 2 3 Cedent) 1V. 2 0 0 0 0 Bauer 110 0 10 ftnghamtort J. Castillo W.3-1 9 4 2 0 4 7 WP Wrthm, Castillo. Um-pirw Geaslm, MlfluM. T 2:21. A 2,588. dm MnoM to fafi CmWo ftM to cttm. Doug SundK ttngld to toft, ChrH SeHindtrt to third. Oiv Inglwi up tt mtddw, scoring Cftrt and Doug Surt dtfi Ctxtono m to pilch. Otaro rMcrwd on ftMsx1! chow, Dtvta out tocond. Otfiro Moat tacond, wont to frurt on C Ofo't throw mnt Into etntsr flotd Or ham sinotad to left, coring Otaro. Oarcw ground) to aacond. Thrat nmt, lour Mta, ona airor. wtts, f-u. T ronton ninth 2): DuBoaa wartiad. Clark Msalad. DuBoaa to aacond. Randt- na truck out. Parona waihad. Oaciiita truck out. Muhorl groundad to third, raachad on Aatding mx by thtrdbaaaman Chris Saundara. DuBoaa and Oark soora, O Nm ibad to oantar. Tarn runa, em Nt, ona rw. tHaaa, ra Indians 5. Mels 3 (Thursday's game) CMTim-MUWMHI How they scored Btrtghamten eseond (2): Jacobs rakad. Banv orounoao K aacond Saumin ungM) to rtgta. Jacobs 3 to first. Jacob to om at rioma, Saiaidais to wcond an the Itirow. caattllo wamarj. unria saunoars doublad on itoht omrfiatd wal. toor-tng Chns Saundors and CastHlo. Davis groundad to aacond. Two runs, Mas Mta, neorrors.Mta,2-a. BMighamton SrSi 07 Davie ground-ad to ahort. Olora doubhid to right. Ora-ham alnglad to laS. aoonng Oiaro. Oarda raachad ttHhl on a wW thnnv to thai tram third baaaman Cwcdiia, aoortng Graham. Jacoba groundad 10 aacond. Barry groundad to tha pitchar Wuham Tare runs, two Mia, ona ansa. Stats, 44. INfiHAMTON rah) straw 01 1 Oterocf 6 110 00 0 Graham is 3 1 1 0 010 Garcia 1b 5 110 120 SanrJersdh5 0 2 1 100 Barry rt 3 010 112 CS0er3b3O 1 1 100 Castttto c 4 0 10 000 DSders2b30 20 1 1 1 Davis It 10 0 0 01 1 FuHypti 1 000 67 5 Totals 33 3102 020 000 003- 7 0 001 020 000-3 10 1 f Bacaarman. OP Canton-Moon 1. Binghamton 2. LOB Canton-An ron S, Bjnonarnton It. !0 Oaraa HH-Manni. 6 Oav, D. Saundara. SF C. baorv dara. SB Barrv. Graham. ONTO. P H R ER BB SO Canton-AtiroI Bvrt) 7 8 3 3 S 5 DsbneyW.1-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 BnOamton Person 7 3 2 2 5 1 McCreaoV 1 0 0 0 0 0 BeokrranLO-2 1 4 3 3 0 0 Odorss 5 Maxwell 2b 3 Harvey db 4 Mitchell rl 3 Jackson or 0 Martin II 2 Meade 3D 3 Mdalec 3 Proctor 1b 3 Bryants' 4 Tolas 30 CsrSat-Akron MAJOR LEAGUE STAI1DUIGS, BOXES AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pel GB L10 Streak Home Away Boston 20 8 .714 7-3 LI 12-2 B-6 Baltimore 17 10 .630 2'. 7-3 L1 8-6 9-4 New York 17 10 .630 Zh 6-4 W1 10-4 7-6 Toronto 15 14 .517 5'i 3-7 L3 10-5 5-9 Detroit 11 15 .423 8 6-4 W2 8-7 3-8 Csntral Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Chicago 15 12 .556 4-6 L1 9-5 6-7 Milwaukee 15 12 .556 5-5 W1 8-5 7-7 Cleveland 14 12 .538 'h 4-6 Wl 5-7 9-5 Kansas City 14 12 .538 'A 7-3 W3 6-5 8-7 Minnesota 11 18 .379 5 5-5 L1 5-9 6-9 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Texas 12 14 .462 7-0 W 1 7-6 5-8 Seattle 11 16 .407 Vh 5-6 12 9-4 2-12 California 12 18 .400 2 4-6 W3 5-11 7-7 Oakland . 8 21 .276 5'i 1-9 L4 5-9 3-12 Mtsyrssutsj New York 3, Boston 1 Detroit 9, Seattle 4 Cleveland 4, Baltimore 2, Milwaukee 7, Toronto 1 (10) Kansas Qty 6. Chicago S Texas 7, Mnnaaota 0 CfMomal, Oakland 8 Today's c Boston (Clemens 3-1) at New York (Perez 2-2), 135 seeme (oosw i-jj si uetroa (Moore i:is Ckavetand (Oatk 2-0) at F3aftmore (Oquist OO). V3S Milwsukee (Bonee 3-1) at Toronto (Stcfflemyrs 3-0), 1:35 Kansas City (Guctcza 1-2) at Chicago (McrJowel 1-4). 235 Minnesota (Manomes 1-1) at Texas (Rogers 2-2), 8:36 OaWand (Witt 2-2) at Ciifcmia (Letter 2-2), 1ftCl6 Sundays oarnes Boston at New Vorti. 135 Seattle st Detroit, 1:15 Cleveland at Batonors, 1:35 Mitwaukse at Toronto, 135 Kansas City at Chicago, 235 Minnesota at Texas, 3:05 Oakland at Mltomia, 4:06 Thursday s reeutta Kansas City 11, Toronto, 9 CaJtofra4,OaMand3 Onty games achedUed NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Atlanta 17 10 .630 4-6 W2 6-6 11-4 Montreal 16 12 .571 VI, 7-3 U 9-5 ' 7-7 Florida , 16 13 .552 2 7-3 W2 9-6 7-7 NewYork 14 14 .500 3'i 5-5 L1 7-6 7-8 Philadelphia 11 17 .393 6'i 3-7 13 7-6 4-11 Csntral Division W L Pel GB 110 Streak Home Away Cincinnati 18 10 .643 5-5 W1 11-3 7-7 St Louis 15 11 .577 2 5-5 W1 8-5 7-6 Houston 16 12 .571 2 6-4 11 7-6 9-6 Pittsburgh 13 13 .500 4 5-5 L3 10-6 3-7 Chicago 8 18 .308 9 4-6 W2 1-12 7-6 West Division W I Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away San Francisco 15 14 .517 4-6 W1 9-6 6-8 Colorado 12 14 .462 Vh 4-6 L 2 6-8 6-6 L Angeles 13 16 .448 2 5-5 L1 7-6 6-10 San Diego 9 19 .321 5't 5-5 W 2 6-9 3-10 Fridays results . Angels 11. Athletics 6 St Louis 3, New York 2 Flcrldaa.PhrarielphiaS Cincinnati 4. Houston 3 Chicago 10, Pittsburgh 1 Atlanta 5. Montreal 0 San Diego 8, Cotorado 0 San Fran. 2, Los Angeles 1 Today's gartiss New York (Jones 3-2) at St. loura (tjrbam 0-2), 8:05 Los Angeles (Gross 0-1) at San Francisco (Portugal 3-2), 4:06 Philadelphia (Greene f0) at Florida (Rapp 2-1), 7:05 Houston (B.VWIIiams 0-1) at Cincinnati (Smiley 3-2), 7:05 0cao(Bante2-3)Prtlsc Montreal (Fassero 2-1) at Atlanta (Glavlne 2-3), 7:10 Colorado (Freeman &0) st San Dtogo (VVhitehurst 2-3), 106 Sundays games New York at SI Lous. 2:15 Montreal at Atlanta. 1:10 Philadelphia at Florida, 1:35 Oacagp at Pittsburgh, 1:35 r Houston at Onanrvt, 2:15 Colorado at San Diego, 4:05 p.m. L Angeles at San Fran, 9:05 p-m. Thursdays rooulti FtoridaS, PMadetphiaO Houston 8. Cincinnati 8, (10) New York 8, St Louis t Los Angeles 9. San Francisco 6 Only games aotreckJed American League Yankees 3. Red Sox 1 an tom skrkM akraM Tinsleyd 4 000 Pokxnalt 4 0 00 merer rt 4 010 Boogs3b 4 000 GmrdlK 4 01 0 Mttngty 1b 3 120 Dawson oil 3 000 TrtbuM dh 4 1 00 MVghnlb 3 00 0 O'Neill rt 3 121 Nhringss 3110Leyncc 3 0 00 Cooper 3b 3 01 1 Boston cl 3 011 vaHec 3 000 BWImsd 0 000 FWctier 26 3 00 0 Gallego ss 3 0 1 0 Kelly 2b 2 010 Totals 30 141 Totals 29 3 7 2 Boston : 000 0000101 NewYork : 000 30000 3 E Cooper (7), Kelly (4), Key (1). DP Boston 1, New York 3. LOB Boston 2, New York 5. 2B Naehring (6). S Kelly. P H R ER BB SO Boston ' SeL3-1 5V. 6 3 2 1 4 Ouanbll 1 1 0 0 0 0 Fosses V 0 0 0 1 1 Hams 1 0 0 0 0 0 NewYork ' KeyW.5-1 9 4 1 10 2 Fosaas pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP Sele, Key. Umpires-Home, Hendry; First, Johnson; Second, Meriwether; Third, Coble. T 2:13. A-30.979. Tigers 9. Mariners 4 SEATTLE ssrkU atria) Tirana It 4 01 0 PNWps 2b 5 122 EMrtni3b 4 000 IrmrM 4 112 GrtyJrcf 4 122 Frymn3b 5 122 Jltrsondh 2 01 0 Fielder lb 4 0 00 Buhner 2 000 EDaviscf 5 0 11 TMrtralb 4 01 0 Melon rt 4 130 Anmnyrt 4 120Krsulerc 3 100 Soto 2b 4 110 Oiylerlf 4 2 20 Fwmnss 4 000 CGmszaa 2 2 1 1 OWIlsnc 3 122 Totals 35 4 104 Totals 36 9 128 Seattle 002 0011004 Detroit 040 30200K-9 DP Seattle 1, Detroit 1. LOB Seattle 4, Detroit 10. 2B Anthony (3) , Sojo (1), Phillips (3), EOavia (4) . 3B Tettleton (1). HR Griffey Jr (10), Fryman (4). SB Trammel d). P H R ER BB SO RjrrBonL2-3 3ft 7 7 7 8 2 Gossage V. 1 0 0 0 2 Converse 3 4 2 2 2 3 DetraM 0ohsrtyW,3-2 910 4 4 0 5 WP FUohnson, Converse. Umpires Home, Crsft: First. Joyce; Sexind, Voltaggk); Third, McKssn. T 2:44. A 14.258. Brewers 7. Blus Jays 1 WLWAIMI akrkM strkH Hmltonof 4 01 2 white cf 4 000 Attar ct 0 000 RAMir2b 4 0 00 Sperssi 5 120 Molitordh 3 010 TWard rf 8 111 Oerud 1b 4 0 0 0 GVghnt 4 1 1 1 Sprgue3b 3 0 00 Nilssonc 5 11 0 Digadolf 3 0 00 SertnrSb 5 132 Coles rl 3 0 00 Harper dri 4 111 BrrJersc 3 110 JoReerJ20 3 01 0 ScrteWss 3 011 Jans lb 4 110 Totals 39 7 127 Totals 30 1 3 1 Mmnukes ooo 0210047 Toront) ' 000 0010001 LOB Milwsukee 8, Toronto S 23-Spiers (4), TWard (8), Seltzer (8), Borders (8). SB QVsughn (1), Whits (5). P H R ER BB SO BdredWJ-3 9 3 1 1 1 3 Toronto SkMartL2-3 St.? ! 1 W Cadent 17. 0 0 0 2 0 WVfiliams 1 0 0 0 0 0 Tmoi 15 4 4 0 1 HBP toy Stewsrt (Hsrper). WP Cadaret. PB-6orders. UmpiresHome, Welke; First, Bnnkman; Second, Merrill; Third, FteiUy. T 2:41. A 47,150. Indians 4. Orioles 2 Lrjftoncf Kirtryrt Rmrairt Baerga2b Betel! Murray oil Snento tb Thome 3b Espnzaa Penac Totals Clevaland GUVaANO IMTIMOM akrist akrkM 4 120 BrAdsn 5 0 00 4 000 Dvrsuxof 3 0 11 0 00 0 Plmlrolb 4 111 5 022 (tones 4 0 00 4 110 Wonts 4 0 00 4 112 Hoileec 3 0 00 4 000 Sabo3b 3 0 00 4 00 0 loSmttipti 10 00 4 01 0 McLn26 2 0 1 0 4 110 Voijtrt 4 100 37 48 4 Totals 33 2 3 2 UW2OTJO0O2 4 0flimrxrj00-2 E HoUes (1). DP Baltimore 1. LOB Cleveland 7, Baltimore S. 2B Baerga (6), Belle (8), Pens (3). HR Murray (7), Palmeiro (10). SB Lofton (13). P H R ER BB SO Cleveland DeMawW,1-3 10 3 2 2 4 9 BalMore Mussina 9 5 2 2 1 3 MitsLO-2 Y. 2 2 2 0 1 Pools Y 1 0 0 2 1 HBP by Mussina (Lofton). Umpires Home, McClelland; First, Scott: Second, O'Nors; Third, Ros. T 3:22. A 47,508. Rangers 7. Twins 0 MMKSOTA TEXAS KnMcti2b 4 AColecf 4 PucMtif 4 Mack 4 WnlMddh 4 Dunn 1b 4 Li3b 3 wtbeckc 3 Mearesss 2 Totals 32 rkst skrfcH 000 Hutsecf 4 111 030 Frya2b 4121 02 0 Cnseoodh 2 100 01 0 waarktb 4 112 OOOJGndzlf 3 111 01 0 CJmssrt 3 110 OOORcroroc 4010 01 0 BRgMi3b 4 130 OlOMLeess 3 010 09 0 Totals 31 7115 000 oooooo-o Teat 000 X124-7 E Mack (1), Walbeck 2 (4). DP Minnesota 1, Texas 4. LOB Minnesota 6, Texas 5. 2B A Cole (5), Frye (2), WCIark (11), CJames (4). SB Canseco (8). CS Frys (tj, MLee (1). 8-MLee. SF JGonzsler 9 H R ER BB SO Mftnesota Oeeraes 1,2-3 W. 6 3 1 1 2 Trombley y. 0 0 0 0 1 Caslan Vi 3 4 4 1 0 Mertman ' 1, 2 0 0 1 0 Texas HeWngW3-0 9 9 0 0 1 2 WP Trombley. Umpires toms, Hlrsehbeck; First, Garcia; Second, Young; Third, Ford T 2:43. A 38,370. Royals 6. Whits Sox 5 ' T CMCAM 'akrkH akrkM Oemanll 4 00 1 Raines" 3 111 McRsicf 4 110 Cora 26 3 1 2 1 Joynsrlb 5 01 0 HaHph 1 0 00 Mctrtnec 2 110 Timet 1b 4 000 HrneHnrjh 3 101 Francodb 5 113 Bmrwril 1 100Vntura3b 3 000 Gaett 3b 4 13 3 DrJwi rf 4 0 1 0 Jose it 3 111 Urmjncf 4 110 Lnd2b 3 00 0 Kikvcec 3 0 10 Gagress 4 020 Gunsna 4 1 00 Totals 33 69 8 Toots 34 8 7 5 Kansas Qty 000 100410 6 Otcago KB 1010006 E Gulden (71. DP-Chlcaoo 1. LOB Kansas City , Chicago 9. 26 Cora (2), DrJackson (7), (Johnson (2). HR Gaettl (5). France (8). SB-Cora (4). P H R ER BB SO Karsstdty Con W 5-1 7 7 S 5 5 4 Mecnsrai 17. 0 0 0 0 2 nsrdosj unci 2 Chicago Bers 8 5 J 3 3 3 DeLeon 1 1 0 0 0 1 AarrcnrLO-2 0 1 1 1 0 McCaaMI Vh 1 0 0 0 1 Cook 'A 0 0 0 0 0 Bers pitched to 4 batters In the 7th. HBP by Cons (Cora). WP Cons. Umpires Home, Shutock; First, Tschids; Second, Hickox; Third, Kaiser. T 3:07. A 30,754. CAUF0RIM akrkM akrkM RHdsnlf 3 000 Easier 3b 5 0 2 1 AJoretelf 1 000 Edmrslb 5 0 11 Javier d 5 111 Salmon rt 5 2 3 2 Berroatb 5 230 CDaws 4 2 20 Sierrart 4 232 DSmthll 4 1 00 Stnbchc 4 110 Curtis d 5 2 12 Hmondc OOOORxgasc 4 122 NeelOi 4 01 1 Rynios2b 3 111 Bnx3b 4 010 DSrcnasi 4 211 Bordlckss 4 020 S2fi 3 000 teles 2b 1 000 Totals 38 6124 Totas 3811 1310 Oakland 100 301100 6 Caftrrsi 115 CQIOOs 11 E Stelnbsch (1), Broekis 2 (4), Bordick (3), Curtis (1). DP Oakland 1. LOB Oakland 6, California 7. 2B Neel (6), Bordick 16), CDavis (8), Fabregas (1). HR Javier (4), Sierra (8), Salmon 2 (S), Curtis (2). DiSarcJna (1). SE Berroa (2), Curtis (8), Reynolds (4). CS Berroa 10. P H OaMand JmanazLO-2 ER BB I Onrjveras Cattornia BIAnderson Sampan W.1-1 Lews Oopson 2V. 1 3ft 1 2 3 4 3 5 2 1 WP Jimenez. PB Stelnbach. Umpires Home, dark; First, Morrison; Second, Barnett; Third, Koac. T 3:06. A 33,300. Aneaia 4. Atliletlcs 3 (Thursdaya game) OfllflJtnfJ CAIJaMMMA skrkM akrkM RHdsnlt 4 111 Easley3b 2 1 00 Javier cf 4 110 Edmrslb 4012 Neel 1b 4 000 Salmon rl 2 0 00 Siena rt 4 011 CDsvisrJi 4 000 Berroa 4 111 OSrrnnl 4 0 10 Gales 2b 3 000 Cutset 3 121 Saiori 1 01 0 Ftxoasc 3 110 Stnbcnc 4 010 RynWsa 3 1 00 Brosus3b 3 01 0 DSrcnass 3 0 11 BordKkss 2 010 Totals 33 38 3 Totals 28 4 6 4 OaMand 000 012000 3 CMfomk 100 30000X 4 E Easley (4). DP-Oaktand 1. California 1. LOB Oakland 4, California 7. HR RHenderson (1), Berroa (41. SB Easley (2), Curtis (7). CS-CurrJs (4). P H R ER BB SO OaMand WeWiLO-4 6 5 4 4 5 6 Brtscos 2 10 0 12 Catfomla UittwicrtW,1-4 '7 7 3 3 1 4 LetfertsS,1 2 1 0 0 0 2 Welch pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP by Welch (Salmon). WP Leftwich. Umpires Home, Koac: First, Clark; Second, Morn-son: Third, BarnettT 2:44. A 15,245. National League Cardinals 3. Mets 2 IsTWTOM ST. LOUtS 4 0 00 4 2 21 3 0 00 0 0 00 rkM akrkM 4 110 IWMcf 4 0 10 4 010 OSmHtiss 4 000 3 00 0 Jfleriestb 4 0 00 3 001 Zeile3b 1100 3 111 Gevlt Orsulakcf 3 02 0 Whitenrf Hrxneyc 3 000 Alices 2t 3 010 BJrdnph 2 01 0 Pgnozzic 3 0 10 0 000 Perrypn 0 0 01 Twksbrp 10 00 OoenrJoph 0 0 00 GPena pr 0 0 0 0 Hanvanp 0 000 TMcGlob 0 001 28 27 2 Totals 28 3 4 3 110 0000002 000 000102 3 Two outs when winning run scored. DP New York 1, St. Louis 3. LOB New York 3, St. Louis 7. 2B PSmrth (1). HR-Kent (9), Whiten (1). CS Orsulak (1). PSmith, Tewksbury. SF BonDla. r n n m ob VTcainosa Bmtzif McRms BonDla 3b Kent 2b SeguJ lb PSmltfip Franco p Totals NewYork St Lois NewYork PSmttl Franco LO-2 St. Lous Tewksourv HabyanW.1-0 HBP by PSmith (Zeile). Um pires Horns, McSherry; First, Montague; Second, Kellogg; Third, Williams. T 2:29. A 37.542. Braves 5. Expos 0 ATLAJTTA irkM skrkM 00 0 DSndrscf 4 0 10 000 PrirJton3b 4 0 00 01 0 Kleskolf 3 0 10 000 Gligherlf 1100 01 0 McGrfllb 4 2 23 000 Justice rt 4 0 20 000 JLooezc 4 110 01 0 Lemke2b 3 120 OlOBIIiardss 3 012 OOOGMOdxp 3 0 00 000 000 00 0 04 0 Totals 33 5 105 000 0000000 010 02200X-6 E Bsrry (5), Pendleton (5), GMaddux m. DP Montreal 1, Atlanta 1. LOB Montreal 4, Atlanta 4. 2B Belliard (2). HR-McGnff 2 (71. SB Griaaom (9), Cordero (3). CS Griseom (4). P H R ER 88 SO Lnsrng2b 4 Floyd 1b 4 Grssomcf 4 LWWrt 4 Akkilf DFtchrc Nrsdiap Berry 3b Crdeross PJMBup FraTietbh 1 BHenryp 0 Wbsterc 1 Totals 31 Montreal Atlanta PJMartrnL1-3 5 8 3 3 0 4 BHerty 1 2 2 2 0 0 Hereda 2 2 0 0 0 3 ADanti 6MadduiW,5-2 9 4 0 0 0 5 Umpires Home, Dsvldson; First, Hohn; Second, Devis; Third, Quick. T 2:18. A 48.808. Marlins 9. Phillies 5 PtfUt akrkM akrkM Dykstrcf 4 110 Carrcf 5 220 Duncan as 5 131 Mgdan3b 5 110 Kruklb 5 22 1 SnffleW rf 3 2 13 DHIIns 3b 3 10 0 Conine tb 4 1 1 2 Dauttonc 4 02 2 Browne 4 0 00 Esnrtohrf 3 01 1 Jorraonc 3 3 2 1 Slcumbp OOOOKAbbtiss 2 0 10 RJrdnpti 1 000 BrMrle2b 4 0 2 3 DJonasp OOOOWtrersp 3 000 MTmsnlt 3 020 MuWp 1 0 00 Incvglalf 1 01 0 RLevrsp 0 000 Mmdnl2b 3 00 0 ScWIng p 2 000 Lngmrrf 1 000 Ctimbdrf 1 000 Totals 36 5 125 Totals 34 9 109 Plsarjelplsi 310 0000016 RorUa 300 14010a DP Florida 2. LOB Philadelphia 8, Florida 6. 2B Oykstra (13), Duncan (7), Conine (6). HR Kruk (1), Sheffield (12), Johnson (1). P H R ER BB SO ScrstngLO-S 4Yi 7 8 8 4 5 Sknirnb 2 3 1 1 1 3 DJortes 1 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Weathers W1 610 4 4 3 1 Muos 1ft 1 0 0 0 2 RLewts 1ft 1 1 10 2 Weathers pitched to 1 batter In me rm. HBP bv Weathers rUcvsnrJnA. Balk Schilling. Umpires Home, Winters; First, Froemming; 8ee- ono, Hernandez: imra, ponctno. T 2:46. A 31,368. Cubs 10. Pirates 1 "" ciMCJmo Sosert 5 Hoorsnrf 0 Sndbrg 2b 5 Hrm&2b 0 Grace lb 4 2mbrm lb 0 Gnu It 5 Wwnsc 4 Becneie3b 4 Rhorjes cf 5 Dnstonas 5 AYngp 4 Crrmp 0 Totals ' 41 Chicago Pittsburgh irkM akrkM 23 3 Marttnlf 3 0 00 OOOJBaiss 4 0 00 121 VnSiykcf 3 120 000 OCIarkrt 4 0 2 1 120 king 3b 4000 00 0 Merosd1b 4 0 00 223 Slaughtc 4 000 OOOGraa 4 0 20 110 Nmgkip 0 000 110 Mrrwp 11 2 Foley ph 121 RMratop 000 MxsHd Hunter oh 1010 APensp 0 000 Demyp 0 000 Pamsnph 1 000 101410 101134181 007 00012010 100 00000O 1 0 000 1 000 1010 0 0 00 E Roberson (1). DP Chicago 1. LOB Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 8, 2B Soss (3), Sandberg (6), Buechele (4), Dunston (3), DCIark (3). HR-Sosa 2 (5). Sandberg (3), GHU 2 (2). SB VanSlyke (3). P H R ER BB SO CNcago AYoungW.1-2 8 .7 1 1 2 1 Cnm 1 1 0 0 0 0 PHSburgtl NssdsU2-4 2Y. 6 6 2 6 Minor ft 3 1 1 0 1 RMarars 3 1 0 0 0 2 Mksll 11110 3 w 1 3 2 2 1 1 Dswsy 1 0 0 0 0 0 Umpires Home, Layne: First, Runge; Second, Reiger, Third, Ds-Muth. T 2:46. A 22,426. Padres 8. Rockies 0 ' skrkM akrkM ass 4 00 0 Roberts 2b 5 1 21 Jrreail 4 00 0 Loom 2b 0 000 Bcnetlert 4 000 Gwymrt 4 330 Srmjslb 3 00 0 Wed cf 5 0 21 Burks cf 3 00 0 PmOer 5 2 23 Hsvss3b 3 000 Cnrrcco3b4 1 22 Staffer c 2 020 Statonlb 2 0 00 Mea2b 3 01 0 Hyerslb 0 000 Hsrkeyp 1 010 GuDerjai 3 000 Castfllaph 1 000 Asmusc 2 110 tswp o ooo benesp 2000 Moors 0 0 000 VMrVWph 1 000 Holmes p 0 000 Totak 29 040 Totals 32 8 127 Colorado 000 tWXMO-O San Diego 201 01H2x 8 DP Colorado 1, San Diego 1. LOB Colorado 3, San Diego 9. 2B Mejia (6). HR Plantler 2 (8), Ciarrfrocco (4). CS Sheafter (1). S Series 2. SF Ciarrfrocco. P H R ER BB SO HsksyLO-3 5 7 4 4 3 2 Bar 12 1110 Moors 11112 1 Homes 1 2 2 2 0 1 SanDwgo BenesW2-5 9 4 0 0 1 10 WP Holmes. PB Sheafter. Balk Harkey. Umpires Home, Marsh; First, Wenoetstedt; Second, Vanover Third, Reliford. T 2:38. A 15,574. Giants 2. Dodaers 1 USMIBH4 sVWFMII skrkM akrkM Butler cf 4 01 1 DLewisct 3 110 Otlminss 3 000 RbTpsn2b 4 0 20 Piazza c 4 010 OaMtnzrf 3 0 11 Wllach 3b 4 000 MaWlm3b3 000 HHdrgzlf SOOOCneonlf 4 0 10 Karros 1b 3 00 0 Clayton ss 4 1 1 0 Mndsirt 3 000 Bnzngrlb 3 0 10 DeSliM2b 3 110 Mnwrnc 3 0 11 Asladop 2 000 Swiftp 3 0 00 Trdway ph 1 0 1 0 Back p 0 0 00 McOwllp 0 000 Totals 30 1 4 1 Totals 30 2 8 2 uvAngeka . 001 000000 1 SanFiarcoco 000 OOIIOk2 E-WaBach (3). DP-San Francisco 1. LOB Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 7. 2B DeShields (2). SB DLewis (6). CS DLswia (5). S DaMartinez. P H R ER BB SO Los Angeles AstacoLt-3 7 7 2 2 1 8 McOowl 110 0 1 1 Ssn Franceoo Swt)W,4-3 8 4 1 1 2 4 BeckS.4 1 0 0 0 0 0 Umpires Home, Bonin; First, Bell; Second, West; Third, Pulli. T 2:33. A 28,824. Reds 4. Astros 3 CMCHflATI Moutonrl Rnleycf ftgiw2b Bgvatllb Graalezlf Cmnti3t) Servaisc Cedenoss Hrfflsclip ToJnesp Onnelspti Rynldsp Basspri Edensp Totals Houstn OrcrraJ akrkM 4 121 4 000 3 100 3 02 1 3 00 1 4 000 4 110 4 00 0 2 00 0 0 000 0 000 0 000 1 000 0 000 32 353 Larkjnss TFmrj2 3b Morris lb MitcWIIf RKsttyd RSndrsrt Boone 2b Dorset! c Pughp McElryp Crrscop akrkM 4 0 11 4 0 2 1 5 0 00 4 121 3 0 00 3 110 4 000 1 1 00 2 121 1 000 0 000 Totals 31 4 8 4 200 001000-3 020 11000a 4 E Boons (4). LOB Houston 10, Dncinnatj 1 1. 2B Servais (4). HR Mitchell (8). SB Mouton (6). RKelly 2 (6). SF Gonzalez. P M R ER BB SO Houston HarnecriL2-3 4f 7 4 4 6 6 ToJones ft 0 0 0 0 1 Reynolds 2 0 0 0 2 4 Edens 1 1 0 0 0 0 Clremnatl PughW.3-1 5. 5 3 3 5 5 McElroy 3 0 0 0 1 3 CarrascoS,3 ft 0 0 0 1 0 WP Hamisch, Pugh. UmpiresHome, Gregg; First, Gorman; Second, Rippley; Third, Tata. T 3:06. A 27,482. Dodgers 9. Giants 6 (Thursday's asms) IIH ftrrjf 1 1 SAN FRAN akrkM MtrkM 0eSHId2D 5 00 0 DLewis cf 3 0 01 Butler d 4 33 1 RbTpsn2b 4 0 00 Piazza c 5 123 DaMtnzlf 4 0 00 Wllacti 3b 5 1 2 0 Mawtm 3b 4 2 2 1 Hfldigzlt 4 110 McGeerf 4 110 Snyrjerlt 1 010 Clayton ss 4 2 2 1 Karros 1b 4 231 Bnzngrlb 4 121 Mndslrf 5 010 Mnwrnc 4 0 22 Ottrmnss 2 110 Burkett p 0 0 00 RMrtivp 5 022 Burtp 0 000 Gottp 0 000 Pttrsonph 1 000 Dntortp 0 000 Mntmep 0 000 JeResdptl 1 000 Frsyp 0 0 00 Crreon ptl 1 0 1 0 Totals 40 9 167 Totals 34 6 106 LxAngrM 100 0601108 Ssirfsnclsco 001 0002036 E Manwaring (2). DP Los Angeles 1, San Francisco 1. LOB Los Angeles 9, San Francisco 6. 2B WaJlach (9), Karros (71, RMartinez (1), Clayton (5). HR Butler (1), Piazza (6), Karroe (3), MaWilliams (13). SB Butler (9 . S Burkett. SF DLewis. P H R ER BB SO teArgsles RMamsW.1-2 8 7 5 5 2 6 Got! ,021100 DielfonS,3 1 1 0 0 0 2 San Francisco Burkso 1,3-2 4ft 8 6 8 3 4 Burba , ft 1 1 1 1 1 Montsktont ' 2 4 1 10 1 Frey 2 3 1111 RMartinez pitched to 2 batters In the 9th, Gott pitched to 2 batters ei tha9th. HBP by Drerfort (DLewis). WP Burba. Balk Monteleone. Umpires Home, PuHi; First, Bonin; Second, Bell; Third, West T 3:24. A 23.271. SCOREBOARD Boston at New York (1:35 this afternoon). Roger uemens ri oitcrtes tor tne Red Sox against .Melido parsz (Z-Z). STATS Tha Cincinnati Reds are 4-1 In extra Innings this season. STREAKS Rickey Henderson's first home run of the season against California on Thursday night ended an 0-for-20 slump. ... Bob Welch of the Oakland Athletics has lost eight consecutive decisions since a 7-3 victory over oe trod last Aug. 29. SLUMPS The Athletics have lost nine consecutive road games and their 8-20 start Is the team's worst since moving to Oakland In 1968. SLUGGERS Matt Williams of the San Francisco Giants hit hia major-league leading 13th home run in a 9-6 loss to Los Angeles on Thursday night SWINGS Jeff Kent of the New York Mets waa 0-for-5 and stranded four runners in scoring po sition Thursday night. Kent entered vie game 14-ror-au with runner in scoring posi tion. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees9 ICey. stops BosdDs myummu 1 x ! Jimmy Key Tha Associated Press Jimmy Key pitched a four-hitter for his first complete game of the season as the New York Yankees beat the visiting Red Sox 3-1 Friday night and stopped Boston's seven-game winning streak. Key (5-1) struck out two and walked none in his first complete game since last Aug. S against Toronto. Key allowed one runner each in the third, fourth and fifth innings but all three were erased on double plays. He is 11-5 against the Red Sox. Paul O'Neill walked in his first at-bat against Aaron Sele (3-1), hit an RBI single in a three-run fourth and singled leading off the sixth. He hit into a double play ending the eighth but still raised his major league-leading average to .455. Boston came into the game with the best record in the majors (20-7) and had won eight of 10. Don Mattingly opened the third with an infield single, and third baseman Scott Cooper allowed Danny Tartabull's apparent double-play grounder to go between his legs for an error, putting runners on first and third. O'Neill's single scored Mattingly and sent Tartabull to third. One out later, Daryl Boston hit an RBI single and O'Neill scored from third on Sele's wild pitch. Brewers 7, Blue Jays 1: Cal El-dred (3-3) pitched a three-hitter, and Darryl Hamilton and Kevin Seitzer each drove in two runs as Milwaukee won at Toronto. Brian Harper hit a run-scoring NATIONAL LEAGUE single in the sixth to make it 3-0. After walking Jody Reed, Jays starter Dave Stewart removed himself after pulling a groin muscle. The Brewers added four runs in the ninth. Tigers 9, Mariners 4: Tony Phillips' two-run double keyed a four-run second inning, and Randy Johnson's woes at Tiger Stadium continued. Johnson (2-3), the only pitcher to no-hit the Tigers in the past 21 years, has never won at Tiger Stadium. He is 0-4 with an 8.17 ERA in his five starts in Detroit. Detroit made it 7-2 in the fourth on a two-run single by Alan Trammell and Eric Davis' RBI double. Royals 6, White Sox 5: Felix Jose drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning as Kansas City won at Chicago. With one out in the eighth, Paul Assenmacher (0-2) walked Mike Macfarlane and was relieved by Kirk McCaskill, who got Bob Hamelin on a forceout. Hamelin took second on Gaetti's single and scored when Jose singled to center. Indians 4, Orioles 2: Carlos Baerga doubled home two runs in the 10th and Dennis Martinez (1-4) pitched a three-hitter against his former team as Cleveland won at Baltimore, breaking a four-game losing streak. . Rangers 7, Twins 0: Rookie Rick Helling allowed nine hits in his first major league shutout and complete game, leading Texas past visiting Minnesota. Angels 11, Athletics 6: Tim Salmon homered in his first two at-bats as California beat visiting Oakland. Brian Anderson, the Angels' No. 1 draft pick and their most effective starter this season, sustained a fracture of his left thumb on a sharply-hit grounder and will miss four to six weeks. Franco too wild m Mets9 cteffea The Associated Press John Franco walked four batters in the ninth inning, forcing home the tying and winning runs as the St. Louis Cardinals rallied past the visiting New York Mets 3-2 Friday night. With the Mets leading 2-1, Franco (0-2) walked Todd Zeile with one out, and Mark Whiten singled with two out. Pinch-hitter Brian Jordan walked, loading the bases, and then Franco walked pinch-hitter Gerald Perry on a 3-2 pitch. Terry McGriff, another pinch hitter, walked on a 3-1 pitch. John Habyan (1-0) pitched a scoreless ninth in relief of Bob Tewksbury, who had won his first six starts this season. Tewksbury, allowed two runs and seven hits in seven innings with one strikeout and two walks. Bobby Bonilla's sacrifice fly put the Mets ahead in the first, and Jeff Kent homered on the first pitch of the second inning, giving him eight homers and 21 RBI in his last 21 games. Cubs 10, Pirates 1: Anthony Young won as a starter for the first time in more than two years, and Glenallen Hill and Sammy Sosa both homered twice as Chicago won at Pittsburgh. The Cubs have stopped two lengthy streaks in their last two games their 12-game Wrigley Field losing streak and Young's 29-game stretch without winning as a starter. Chicago had 14 hits, including nine for extra bases. Young had it easy after a seven-run third inning, when Sosa and Ryne Sandberg hit consecutive homers and Hill followed Mark Grace's single with the 11th upper-deck homer in the 24-year history of Three NOTEBOOK Rivers Stadium. ' Young's previous win as ' a starter was April 9, 1992, while with the New York Mets, and he hadn't won at all since ending his major league-record 27-game losing streak last July 28 against Florida. Braves 5, Expos 0: Fred McGriff hit a pair of home runs and Greg Maddux pitched a four-hitter, leading Atlanta past visiting Montreal. Maddux (5-2) had a no-hitter until Marquis Grissom lined a single to center leading off the seventh. Marlins 9, Phillies 5: Dave Weathers (5-1) won his fifth consecutive start and Charles Johnson, a former star at the University of Miami, homered and scored three runs in his major-league debut as Florida won at Philadelphia. Florida broke the game open with a four-run fifth. Reds 4, Astros 3: Tim Pugh overcame his erratic pitching with clutch hitting, going 2-for-2 with a pivotal RBI single that rallied host Cincinnati. Pugh's RBI single started a tying two-run rally m the second inning, and he singled again and scored the go-ahead run in the fourth on Tony Fernandez's single. Padres 8, Rockies 0: Andy Benes pitched a four-hitter for San Diego's first complete game of the season, and Phil Plantier homered twice as the Padres won a home. Giants 2, Dodgers 1: Bill Swift (4-3) allowed four hits in eight innings, and Kirt Manwaring singled home go-ahead run in the seventh in the win at Candlestick Park. Yankees cut Reardon loose The Associated Press The New York Yankees placed reliever Jeff Reardon on waivers Friday for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release, and recalled reliever Mark Hutton from Columbus of the International League. Reardon, a non-roster invitee, was 1-0 with an 8.38 ERA and two saves in 11 appearances. Hutton was 0-1 with three saves and a 3.12 ERA in eight games for AAA Columbus. . A's: Lost first baseman Mark McGwire for at least four weeks with a stress fracture in his left heel. His foot will be immobilized for about three weeks, after which he will wear a removable cast. Despite the nagging injury, McGwire is hitting .290 with four homers. ' i 1 3 I HBP Maade (By Bockamvan) i,, -5- 4- r- i J- Jiiiftfc-iiiiii--i t

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