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Tuesday, July 31, 1990 Press & Sun-Bulletin 5C j MINOR LEAGUE SCHEDULES 71 JULY-AUGUST 31 TUES. 1 WED. 2THUR. 3FRI. 4 SAT. 5 SUN. 6MON. Oneonta Yankees at Utica I WATEP,TOWN, 7 15 I WATERTOWN, 7:15 I at Pittsfieid at Pittsfieid (dh) "bATAVIA, 6 I BATAVIA, 7 Elmira Pioneers at St Catharines at Hamilton at Hamilton at Welland at Wetland at Watertown WATERTOWN, T Scranton WB ROCHESTER, 7:30 DENVER, 7:30 DENVER, 7:30 DENVER, 7:30 at Syracuse at Syracuse at Syracuse Syracuse Chiets I NASHVILLE, 7:30 INDIANAPOLIS, 7:30 INDIANAPOLIS, 7:3o INDIANAPOLIS, 7:3o "sCRANTON, 7:30 SCRANTON, 6 I SCRANTON, 7:30 Question: 1- Who was the last National League player to win the triple crown? 2- What major league father-son combination had the most hits? Answer: 1 -Joe "Ducky" Medwick of the SL Louis Cardinals in 1 937. He batted 374, with 31 home runs and 1 54 runs batted in. 2-Gus and Buddy Bell. Home games in bold capitals ONEONTA YANKEES, New York-Perm League: Adults- $2.50; children- $2. ELMIRA PIONEERS, New York Perm League: Box seats- $4; reserved seats- $3.25; general admission- $2 50; senior citizens- $1.75. SYRACUSE CHIEFS, International League: Adult box seats- $4.50; adult reserved seats- $4; children's box seats- $3.50; adult general admission- $3; children's reserved seats- $2.75; children's general admission-$1 50. SCRANTONWILKES-BARRE RED BARONS, International League: Box seats- $5; field seats- $4; bleachers- $3.50. Veteran, rookie, lead Yankees t The Associated Press Jesse Barfield and rookie Oscar Azocar drove in three runs apiece Monday night, backing the six-hit pitching of Dave LaPoint in the New York Yankees' 6-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers at Yankee Stadium. Cecil Fielder drove in both of the Tigers' runs, hitting his major league-leading 33rd homer of the . season following Alan Tram-mell's double off LaPoint (6-7) in the fourth inning. The game was interrupted for 90 seconds when Yankees' fans among the crowd of 24,037, mainly listening with portable radios, gave a standing ovation during Fielder's at-bat upon receiving news of the suspension of Yankees principal owner George Steinbrenner. "That's a terrible bunch of fans to react that way," Yankees pitcher Dave LaPoint said. "It's a shame that the fans who were out there erupted and made a joke out of it." AMERICAN LEAGUE Barfield started the Yankees' scoring with a second-inning homer. Steve Sax led off the fourth with a single and stole second. He scored on Azocar's homer that gave the Yankees a 3-2 advantage. Blue Jays 9, Orioles 2 Kelly Gruber had three hits, including a two-run homer, and Todd Stottlemyre allowed six hits over six innings to snap a personal four-game losing streak to lead Toronto at Baltimore. George Bell hit his 200th career homer and Pat Borders hit a two-run homer for the Blue Jays, whose 12 hits included three by Mookie Wilson. Stottlemyre (10-11) allowed only one earned run after surrendering 23 hits and 15 runs in his previous 16 innings. Duane Ward picked up his eighth save. Red Sox 3, White Sox 0 Roger Clemens (14-5) worked out of early trouble and pitched his second consecutive shutout as Boston beat visiting Chicago. Clemens scattered nine hits, struck out eight and walked none. He extended his scoreless streak to 23 innings with his 23rd career shutout. The Red Sox staked Clemens to a quick lead as Jody Reed led off the first with a single and scored on Boggs' double off the wall in left. Quintana homered to give Boston a 2-0 lead. Clemen's eight strikeouts increased his league-high total to 150. Twins 7, Angels 3 Gary Gaetti drove in four runs with his 12th homer, a single and a double as Minnesota beat visiting California. Gaetti opened the scoring with a solo homer in the second. He singled in a run in the sixth and doubled in two more in the seventh. Tapani (11-5) was starting for the second time since missing two starts with a bruised shin suffered when he was hit by a line drive July 13. The Angels scored three runs off of Tapani in the seventh, but reliever Terry Leach ended the rally-Royals 7, Indians 6 Gerald Perry homered to start a four-run fourth inning in Kansas City Royals beat the Cleveland Indians 7-6 Monday night. Pat Tabler and Mike Macfarlane each drove in two runs for the Royals, and Macfarlane had three hits. victory McGaffigan (2-0) gave up one run on five hits in 5'3 innings, walking one and striking out four. Rookie Jeff Shaw (1-2) took the loss in his first appearance since being recalled from Class-AAA Colorado Springs. Shaw yielded seven runs on seven hits in 5 'A innings. Rangers 3, Brewers 1 Bobby Witt gained his sixth straight victory and weak-hitting Jeff Kunkel homered as Texas won at Milwaukee. Witt allowed only four hits, struck out five and walked three in seven innings before giving way to Brad Arnsberg, who notched his second save. Kunkel broke a l-l tie with a homer in the fifth, his first since September of last season and his first on the road in more than three years. The homer came off Bill Krueger (5-6). Streaking Dodgers hand faltering Cincinnati eighth straight defeat The Associated Press Mike Morgan pitched 6V3 perfect innings en route to his first career two-hitter as host Los Angeles handed punchless Cincinnati their eighth straight loss 4-1, The Reds, held hitless for 8 innings Sunday at San Francisco by Scott Garrelts, did not reach base against until Barry Larkin singled with NATIONAL LEAGUE one out in the seventh. Paul O'Neill, who broke up Garrelts' no-hit bid, singled behind Larkin, who scored on a grounder by Eric Davis. Morgan (9-9) struck out seven and walked one. Kirk Gibson, who hit his first home run since June 17, Rick Derripsey, Juan Samuel and Hubie Brooks drove in runs for the Dodgers. Astros 6, Giants 1 Danny Darwin pitched eight strong innings and Houston, aided by two San Francisco errors, scored five runs in the ninth to win at Candlestick Park. Houston broke a 1-1 tie when right fielder Mike Kingery misplayed Rafael Ramirez's bases-loaded sacrifice fly. The Astros loaded the bases in the ninth off of reliever Steve Bedrosian (5-6). Ramirez hit soft fly off of reliever Mark hurmond, which tipped off Kingery s glove to give the Astros a 2-1 lead. Darwin (6-1) won his fourth consecutive start by holding the Giants to four hits while walking three and striking out two. Dave Smith pitched the ninth inning. Braves 4, Padres 3 Oddibe McDowell's leadoff homer in the 1 1th inning lifted Atlanta to victory at Jack Murphy Stadium. McDowell connected off a full-count pitch for his sixth homer of the year off Calvin Schiraldi (3-3), who gave up his second run in two innings of relief. Reliever Dwayne Henry (2-1) earned the win with relief from Tony Castillo picked up his first save. MINOR LEAGUE UPDATE How former Press & Sun-Bulletin high school baseball players are faring in the minor leagues: Clay Bellinger Shortstop, OH (Oneonta, Rollins College) Clinton (Iowa) Giants, Midwest League, Class A Individual statistics tnrougn July 21 (Twrn Is 11-21 lor wcond half, 6th In 7-Mam division, HVjgamw batiind Cadar Rapid! Radt; ttrristwd 3rd lor first hall). AB R H 2B SB HR RBI W 80 SB Pet. 88 309 41 6713 4 6 39 24 86 10 .217 Statistics lor wok ol July 13-29 Q AB N M 2B 3B HR RBI W SO SB Ret 9 32 3 9 0 1 0 9 3 91 .281 Todd Brown Outfielder (Chenango Valley, Arizona State) Monclova Steelers (independent), Mexican League, Class AAA (Brown belongs to Astros organization) Statistics through My 22 (nawar stats not availaMa) (Taam was 52-61, 5th In 7-taam division, Wi back ol Dos Laradoa) Q AB R H 2B 38 HR RSI W SO SB Pet 79 273 66101 21 1 17 67 41 45 13 .3- 70 Brian Jester First baseman (U-E, U. of Georgia) Bradenton (Fla.) Braves, Gulf Coast League, Rookie Class A Statistics through July 29 (Taam it 21-12 through Sunday, 2nd m division, 1V gamas bahlnd Bradanton Expos.) Q AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI W SO SB Pet. 21 56 12144 0 0 6 9 12 1 .250 Statistics lot wtafcs ol July 23-29 Q AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI W SO SB Pet 4 13 341001320 .306 Mark Marris RH pitcher (Chenango Forks, Broome CC) Fort Lauderdale Yankees, Florida State League, Class A Saason statistics, April ( May 17, Juna 24-July 23 (Team is 17-18 for second hall, 4th in 5-!eam division, 7V4 game ahead ol Lynchburg Red Sox) W L O GS Sv ERA IP H W SO 4 4 21 5 1 6.05 55 59 37 32 Statistics for week or July 23-2S W L Q GS Sv. ERA IP H W SO 0 1 1 1 0 11.25 4 6 3 4 Prince William (Woodbridge, Va.), Carolina League, Class A (Yankees farm) Statistics tor May 19-Jur 21 slay with club W L Q OS Sv ERA IP H W SO 0 1 7 5 0 6.38 24 26 8 13 Andy Nezelek RH pitcher (Union-Endicott, Bucknell U.) Richmond (Va.) Braves, International League, Class AAA Statistics through Sunday (Taam is 51-52, 3rd m 4-taam division, 7Vi behind Columbus' Yankees firm.) W L 0 OS Sv ERA IP H W SO 4 7 18 12 0 5.00 66 80 18 34 Statistics for wee ol July 23-29 W L O OS Sv. ERA IP H W SO 1 0 3 0 0 18.00 2 3 1 2 John Pawlowski RH pitcher (Seton CC, Clemson U.) Vancouver Canadians (Chisox farm), Pacific Coast League, Class AAA Statistics through Sunday (Taam Is 15-23 lor second hah; 3rd In 5-teem division, 10 behind Edmonton Angela; (wished second In first half. On disabled Hat alter pulling muscle In beck) W L G OS Sv. ERA IP H W SO 5 7 19 13 1 4.68 90 94 51 48 Statistics for week ol July 16-29 W L O OS Sv. ERA IP H W SO 0 2 3 1 1 3.18 1V3 4 6 10 Mike Lynch RH pitcher (Binghamton, Rollins College) Peoria (Ariz.) Brewers, Arizona League, Class A rookie class (Yankees farm) Through July 26 (Team is 19-9 through Sunday, lor 1 game lead over Manners.) w i a OS Sv ERA IP h w so 1 0 6 6 0 3.10 29 31 12 25 Statistics lor week ol July 13-29 W L 0 OS Sv. ERA IP H W SO 0 0 1 1 0 5.06 5 31 12 25 Ron Thomas LH pitcher (Oneonta High, Schenectady CC) Sumter (S.C.) Braves, South Atlantic League, Class A Released by Atlanta organiiatfcn on July I. Saason record waa 4-4, with 3.97 ERA lor 68 Innings in 16 games, 11 starts. STATISTICS SOURCE: Individual clubs. PITCHING LEGEND: W-games won; L-games lost; Q-games pitched m, OS-games started; Sv-saves; ERA-eamed-run average; IP-innings pitched; H-hitt off; SO-strlkeouts; W-walks. BATTING LEGEND; G-games played; AB-tlmes at bat; R-runs scored; H-riits; 2B-doubk; 3B-tripk; HR-home runs; RBI-runs batted m. W-waiks; SO-strikeouts; SB-stolen bases; Pet-batting average. O-Yanks' streak at 13 wins ONEONTA The Oneonta Yankees continued their winning streak Monday night with a 10-1 victory over the Utica Blue Sox in a New York-Penn League baseball game at Dam-aschke Field. The victory was Oneonta's 13th in a row. Winning pitcher Sam Militello, allowed just four hits and fanned IS Utica batters over 8 innings. With one out in the ninth, Militello (5-0) walked Adam Sanders and was replaced by reliever Matt Dunbar. Dunbar struck out Bill Perkins, but lost the shutout when Chris Sparrow hit a triple into the right-center field gap to score Sanders. Oneonta scored its first run without a hit in the first inning. Mike Hankins walked and went to second on a balk charged to Blue Sox pitcher Rolando Caridad. Caridad (2-5) tried to pick Hankins off second base, but his throw went into center field and got by center fielder Kevin Coughlin allowing Han kins to come all the way home. Oneonta broke the game open with three runs in the bottom of the third. Luis Gallardo's home run to left field gave Oneonta a 2-0 lead. The home run was Gallardo's fourth of the season. Rick Strickland then reached on an error by Caridad and scored on Jalal Leach's triple to deep left field. Rob Deller followed with a sacrafice fly to center field to score Leach. Leach, who was batting .366, was 2-for-4 with three runs scored and an RBI for Oneonta. Kevin Jordan, who entered the game batting .371, was 3-for-5 with three RBI. Oneonta (33-9) is UVi games ahead of second place Watertown in the Mc-Namara East Division. Oneonta is at Utica today to complete its home-and-home series with the Blue Sox. Shortstop's glove a spark for O-Yanks Continued from Page 1C After last season at Davidson, he was named Collegiate Defensive Player of the Year by Baseball America magazine. "He's a defensive jewel," first-year Oneonta manager Trey Hillman said. "He makes the tough plays look easy and has an above average arm on the big league level." Though he didn't get it signed personally, Eenhoorn carries an autographed baseball card of St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Ozzie Smith with him. "In his (Smith's) younger days, he made it because he was a great fielder," Eenhoorn said. "That's the way I want to be. Defense is why I got drafted." Eenhoorn was a member of the Netherlands' team in the 1988 Summer Olympics at Seoul, South Korea. Jim Stoeckel, coach of the Netherlands' national team and of Davidson, convinced Eenhoorn to leave Rotterdam to attend the North Carolina college. "My parents liked it (Davidson) and I had a good relationship with him (Stoeckel), so I decided to go," Eenhoorn said. "We are very good friends, and he protected me and let me play." In less than a year, Eenhoorn has traveled from Rotterdam, which has a population of about 600,000, to Oneonta, which has about 1 5,000 area residents. C, " To place, cot lassiiiea iWi , correct or , please call 141 Office hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. IWHINIimt irnvAtwuil wmmm Funeral Arrangements 9 Happy ads 10 Legals 1 1 Auctions 12 Legal Services 13 Personals 14 Lost Itens 15 Found Items 16 Meeting Place 17 Party Planning 18 Upcoming Events 19 Legals 11 LEGAL NOTICES may also appear in the Press & Sun Bulletin Community Section Quite a change. "It's (Oneonta) pretty nice for a small town," Eenhoorn said. "It's easy to find your way around here and the people are nice to us. "I'm doing OK. The toughest part is handling myself physically. I wasn't used to playing a lot of games three a week and it's tough on my body right now. "The adjustment is not that big, except for being far away from my family and my fiancee." Eenhoorn said baseball is growing in popularity in the Netherlands. California Angels pitcher Bert Blyleven is the only Dutch-born player in the majors. He said his baseball timetable is not strict, but if the time comes where advancement up the minor-league ladder is slow, he is ready to cope. "It (playing in the majors) has always been my goal, but it's not the end of the world if I don't make it," he said. "I think I can (make it)." So do Hillman and Mark Shiflett, Oneonta's pitching coach. "He has come a long way for me this season," Hillman said. Shiflett said, "He has all the talent to be a big league player. I can't wait to look up in a few years, when he puts on a little weight. I think he'll hit a few home runs." The Yankees may have hit a home run in drafting the man wearing No. 1 7 for Oneonta these days. Auctions 12 Accepting Consignments JIMCO AUCTIONS Will Buy. 693-1008 Auctions 12 Andy Walkers Auctions, last cash lor estates, antiques, 775-1447 723-3971 AUCTION. Thurs. 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