Wausau Daily Herald from Wausau, Wisconsin on June 30, 1990 · 13
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Saturday, June 30, 1990
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"'"""' 1 HI IllilllHIIUIfll"""""1" "mumimjmmum Pro Baseball 3B Wausau Daily Herald, Saturday, June 30, 1990 ittle's home run lifts White Sox The Associated Press Ron Kittle's 454-foot home run in the second inning and the five-hit pitching of Jack McDowell and two relievers led the Chicago White Sox to their eighth straight victory Friday night, a 1-0 decision over the New York Yankees. Kittle's home run into the upper deck in left field was his 14th of the season, fourth in the last three games and his fourth in six at-bats. McDowell (54) struck out eight in seven innings to equal his career high and walked two. He retired the last 10 batters he faced. T m 1 n j m i uuixi unucft ,aiy ti) gave up six hits in seven innings-plus. He was replaced by Alan Mills after Ivan Cald-eron singled to start the Chicago eighth. Barry Jones pitched a perfect eighth for the White Sox and Bobby Thigpen pitched the ninth for his 26th save, tops in the maiors. Thieoen was helped by two sparkling defensive plays. Left fielder Calderon made a diving catch on Don Mattingly's leadoff drive in left-center and third baseman Robin Ventura grabbed Mel Hall's foul pop as he ran into the fence. Matt Nokes then singled but Jesse Barfield flied out. Royals 3, Tigers 2 Kevin Seitzer scored the tie-breaking run on Bo Jackson's seventh-inning single as the Kansas City Royals rallied to beat Detroit and hand the Tigers their 11th straight loss in Royals Stadium. Seitzer, hitting .422 his last 11 American League games, barely missed a home run leading off the seventh and had to setle for a single, only the fourth hit off Jeff Robinson (6-6). After Bill Pecota's sacrifice and George Brett's team record-tying fourth walk, Jackson grounded an RBI single to left. Steve Crawford (1-1) relieved starter Mark Gubicza starting the seventh. He yielded one hit in two innings and Jeff Montgomery pitched the ninth for his seventh save. He gave up one hit. Orioles 6, Twins 2 Bob Melvin had two run-scoring singles, including one that put Baltimore ahead in a four-run seventh in ning, as the Orioles beat the Twins and handed Allan Anderson his seventh straight setback. Dave Johnson (74) gave up two Minnesota runs and seven hits in 6 2-3 innings. Curt Schilling, just up from the minors, went 2 1-3 innings for his first Major League save. Anderson (2-11), who has lost more games than any other pitcher in the Kent Hrbek majors this season, took a 2-1 lead into the seventh but walked Randy Miligan and Mickey Tettleton to open the inning. Jack Savage relieved and allowed one-out RBI singles to Craig Wor-thington and Melvin for the tying and go-ahead runs. John Candelaria relieved and pinch-hitter Tim Hulett hit into a forceout to score Worthing-ton. Hulett scored the final run of the inning when center fielder Kirby Puckett lost Donell Nixon's routine fly ball and it fell for a double. The Orioles scored their final run off Rick Aguilera in the ninth on doubles by Steve Finley and Mike Dever-eaux. Kent Hrbek, who led off the second and fourth innings with doubles and scored Minnesota's first run, gave the Twins a 2-1 lead in the sixth with a leadoff home run, his 10th. Angels 7, Indians 2 Jim Abbott pitched a four-hitter for his first complete game of the season and Devon White returned from a four-game layoff with two home runs as California beat Cleveland. Abbott (5-6) walked one and struck out two, helping California end its three-game losing streak. He retired the last 15 Cleveland batters. Rangers 4, Red Sox 3 Ruben Sierra drove in the tie-breaking run with a two-out double in the ninth inning and the Texas Rangers ended Boston's seven-game winning streak after a 2:21 rain r -m m I V f IT ' - - -t AP photo Going for two: Houston Astros' infielder Casey Candaele throws to first for a double play after forcing out Philadelphia Phillies' Len Dykstra at second base during the first inning of Friday's game in Philadelphia. Mets extend streak to 1 1 The Associated Press The New York Mets seem to have a different hero for each of their club record-tying 11 straight victories. The Mets made it 11 in a row ; Friday night as Mackey Sasser ; drove in three runs and Darryl streak to 18 games with a home run as New York beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-2. The Mets, who have won 20 of their last 23 games, also won 11 in a row in , the world championship seasons of ' 1969 and 1986. Strawberry gave the Mets a 1-0 ' lead when he hit his 17th homer on a 3-1 pitch from Rick Mahler (2-3). Strawberry is 28-for-67 (.418) during the streak with nine homers and 24 RBIs. Despite the loss, the Reds have won 11 of their last 17 games. Braves 4, Expos 2 Rookie Dave Justice drove in two runs with a homer and a single as the Braves beat the Expos, sending Montreal to its third straight loss. Tom Glavine (4-5) allowed two runs and five hits in eight innings for the victory and Joe Hesketh got the last three outs for his fourth save. Justice's fourth home run came off Montreal starter Dennis Martinez (5-6) and broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth in- The Braves added two seventh-inning runs on two-out, RBI singles by ' Oddibe McDowell and Jeff Tread- Wty. tOui mu came a iter marunts National League V I jrC-' " fj' : i 1 r Y - g i i I -VW V '" 3WfWrtF!W 1 ' V , , J J " . ' w - ' ' . - - - ...TlfT.j AP photo had taken a smash by Jeff Blauser off his right shin. Larry Walker hit his seventh homer leading off the eighth to make it 4-2. Phillies 2, Astros 0 Pat Combs pitched a six-hitter as the Phillies beat the Astros, while Houston fell to 0-13 on the road in June. Combs (4-6) struck out six and walked two for his second career shutout. He did not allow the Astros to advance a runner past second. Houston has one game left in June to avoid the second winless month in club history, the last one coming in April 1969. The Phillies snapped a scoreless tie in the fifth against Bill Gullickson (5-6) after the first two batters were retired. Ron Jones, John Kruk and Charlie Hayes then singled to make it 1-0. Lenny Dykstra hit his fourth homer in the seventh for the Phillies' second run. Cubs 3, Padres 2 Doug Dascenzo tripled home the tying run and scored on Dwight Smith's single as Chicago rallied in the ninth inning to beat San Diego. Pinch-hitter Gary Varsho started the rally with a one-out single off reliever Greg Harris (4-2) and scored on Dascenzo's triple down the right-field line. Which way up? Detroit Tigers' Larry Sheets puts his legs up at the end of a slow slide into second base during Friday's game at Kansas City. Royals' shortstop Steve Jeltz didn't make the throw to first in time to get batter Scott Lusader. delay. With one out in the ninth, Mike Stanley doubled off rookie Jeff Gray (1-1), the fourth Red Sox pitcher, who then gave way to Jeff Reardon. Rafael Palmeiro flied out but Sierra lined a double off the left-field wall, scoring Stanley. Timbers lose, 8-7 Wausau Daily Herald PEORIA, 111. The Wausau Timbers wasted a 6-0 lead Friday night as they dropped an 8-7 deci sion to the Peoria Chiefs in a Midwest League contest. The Timbers scored four runs in the first inning on a two-run double by es t.r. Lewis, Sergio and a two- Cairo run home run by Sergio Cairo. The Timbers went up 5-0 when catcher Paul Fuller led off with a single, followed by another base hit by Cairo. 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