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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1991 SUNDAY POST-CRESCENT, APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA Baseball Hatching vactoiry from the jaws off defeat Foxes reliever puts pressure on opposition The two cities are on the list of nine in contention for one of two class AAA franchises when expansion occurs in 1993. The expansion committee will visit both ballparks this week, as part of their tour of all nine, to look over facilities and operations. The list will be pared to between three and five in July, and a final decision will be made in September. Should one or both of the clubs get AAA status, the Midwest League will remain a 14-team league. "The owner (of a club that is accepted) must pick up his team and move it to another area in the Midwest which meets the approval of the league directors," said Midwest League president George Spelius. Another possibility would be the sale of their Class A club to a group in a city looking to buy a club. A Fort Wayne group which purchased the Wausau Timbers in 1988, but was unable to get the city to build a ballpark, continues to show interest. we played a lot of tight ball games," said Hierholzer. "I'd come in, get a couple outs, and then we'd score some runs, and I'd get the win." Hierholzer and his bullpen mates have helped the Foxes to a 10-5 record in one-run games, and a perfect 15-0 record in games in which they've led after seven innings. "He's come in, thrown strikes and gotten the job done," said Foxes manager Joe Breeden. "I have a lot of confidence in him, and the whole (bull) pen." Hierholzer came to the Kansas City Royals' organization as an unheralded 38th-round draft pick in 1990, after a five-year college career (sitting out one year) that finished at Kansas State. "My senior year, I was leading the nation in ERA halfway through the season," said Hierholzer, who also attended Cal State-Fullerton and Johnson County (Kan.) Community College. "But my arm got tired, and I faded. I was just happy to be drafted. up a job for the fall. The former two-sport star at Southern Mississippi signed a free-agent contract with Detroit Lions, and will report to camp sometime after the baseball season. Valrie, though, doesn't see himself following in the footsteps of Bo Jackson or Deon Sanders. "I don't think I'm cut out to play two sports," said Valrie. "I'll probably choose the one I do the best in." Valrie was a free safety on the football team, helping Southern Mississippi earn a berth in the Ail-American Bowl last season. He led the team with six interceptions, and had 70 tackles. Like Jackson, Valrie has shown the ability to both steal bases and hit home runs on the diamond. He hit two home runs in a game against the Foxes, and has four homers and 14 stolen bases on the season. This is judgment week for the Midwest League franchises in South Bend and Quad Cities. Minor league notes I didn't expect it." Hierholzer, who is 24 on a team of mostly 19- and 20-year-olds, knows he must produce results now or be released. " I do feel pressure when I'm sitting around at home," said Hierholzer, who saved nine games at Eugene (Royals' Northwest League club) last year. "But at the ballpark, I don't worry about it. I think I can do better than the younger guys." Hierholzer is not the prototypical hard-throwing relief specialist, although he has struck out 16 in 14 innings of work. "I throw a slider most of the time," said Hierholzer, who possesses an average fastball. "Most people expect to see the fastball late in the game, but what good is a b.p. (batting practice) fastball at that point." South Bend White Sox center fielder Kerry Valrie has already lined By Jim Youngwerth Of The Post-Crescent Relief pitchers get no respect. Take David Hierholzer. The Apple-ton Foxes right-handed ace has a 3-0 record to go with five saves and a 0.64 ERA. For that, his fellow pitchers have good-naturedly nicknamed him "The Vulture" for taking wins away from the hard-working starters. True, he has earned each of his wins with two innings or less work, but he's only doing his job as a short reliever. At the beginning of the season, DAVID HIERHOLZER: In the right spot at the right time. Major league statistics The Biggest Race This Spring l RACING Jf Miller Genuine Draft WAPL-FM 106 Spring Nationals Brooks NY 126 Johnson NY 130 GBell Chi 155 LanktordStl 123 Bream Atl 112 Santiago SD. 162 Gilkey StL..- .126 SciosdaLA 106 Complete through garnet of Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R Texas 1274 192 Minnesota 1386 172 Boston 1336 175 Oakland 1375 208 California 1389 181 Toronto 1382 176 Cleveland 1290 142 Milwaukee 1398 167. Chicago 1351 151 Seattle .'.....1373 156 New York 1302 164 Kansas City 12e9 139 Baltimore 1266 146 Detroit 1337 203 H HR RBI Pet 364 35 181 .286 380 30 163 .274 354 32 164 .265 360 34 192 .262 362 29 166 .261 357 25 167 .258 332 21 136 .257 356 31 160 .255 343 22 144 .254 339 29 149 .247 320 37 151 .246 313 25 134 .243 307 41 141 .242 316 45 194 .236 16 32 25 33 16 39 18 31 17 28 19 40 It 31 16 26 8 28 18 23 12 29 25 32 8 32 29 35 16 31 16 25 9 27 11 30 14 35 23 32 13 24 20 23 LindPit 115 Davis Cin 95 PagnozziStL 120 RThompsonSF 133 Yelding Htn 133 DeShields Mon 146 Magadan NY 130 HerrNY 106 McReynoldsNY 115 Bass SF 128 CaminitiHtn 150 JBellPit 138 Duncan Cin 104 Walton Chi 100 ( 125 LAP FEATURE ) MAY 27TH . -JUtSS w RACES-2:00U A BKtff rmmSK- JrVN. Open -10 A.M. 16 .254 28 .254 25 .252 11 .252 22 .250 23 .247 9 .246 13 .245 11 .243 13 .242 10 .242 10 .241 8 .241 11 .240 15 .238 10 .236 15 .235 10 .234 12 .233 20 .232 9 .231 5 .230 14 .229 10 .229 10 .229 11 .226 17 .226 12 .225 25 .225 20 .222 9 .220 21 .218 14 .218 11 .217 20 .214 21 .209 12 .207 21 .206 13 .204 19 .201 9 .201 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 87 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pet MlewisCle 100 15 38 0 13.380 Belliard Atl 118 8 27 10 .371 Downing Tex 97 18 36 JoynerCal 146 25 54 Harper Mm 106 11 39 DHenderson Oak 159 32 56 25 46 Qualify Noon EMartinez Sea 132 Gonzalez Tex 96 muiir x - mam m awr " x. 19 33 MolitorMII 162 24 55 27 49 Top Drivers Hatcher Cin 105 7 24 SaboCin 140 20 32 Rhodes Htn 115 7 26 Strawberry LA 133 27 30 CandaeleHtn 102 9 23 Daniels LA 120 11 27 ONeillCin 117 17 26 Owen Mon 118 5 26 Bonds Pit 124 17 27 DunstonChi 142 17 31 LWalkerMon 129 16 28 CHayesPhi 154 12 33 LGonzalezHtn 134 16 28 Decker SF 111 7 23 VanSlyke Pit 131 24 27 WallachMon 157 15 32 MaWilliams SF 159 7 -32 VHayesPhi 144 23 29 CHipken Bit 145 Quintana Bsn 133 Boggs Bsn 144 Polonia Cal 159 PuckettMin 163 Palmeiro Tex .154 From States 17 45 26 48 30 53 24 54 29 50 29 49 21 41 24 44 14 44 24 51 20 49 EttffloS Sierra Tex : 151 Baines Oak 129 CDavis Min 142 Gnfley Jr Sea 144 Reynolds Sea 167 Carter Tor 162 Irs,. I Tt- -r-.-" fit ) f Q J I . -fft S'f SO ShO SA V! 252 2 12 "Ml 1 V- 244 4 12 1 8 227 2 15 5 9 241 211 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM PITCHING ERA H ER BB New York 2.98 320 116 99 Los Angeles 3.00 315 117 124 Atlanta 3.15 302 118 107 Cincinnati..- 3.47 313 134 116 Montreal 3.49 320 145 154 Philadelphia 3.50 317 147 191 Pittsburgh 3.50 336 135 97 St Louis 3.72 327 146 119 Chicago 3.74 326 154 125 Houston 4.15 334 166 165 San Diego 4.24 396 180 140 San Francisco 4.38 374 180 152 239 205 209 3 3 2 2 214 3 229 245 1 232 4 i'S. AP photo RAMON MARTINEZ: The majors' first eight-game winner this Adults $14, Aqe 6-11 $5. Aqe 5 & under FREE UtfDSCQGSDGVD 32 .370 25 .368 36 .352 18 .348 28 .344 9 .340 31 .338 13 .338 16 .333 14 .333 21 .331 23 .325 31 .325 29 .318 26 .310 16 .306 17 .305 23 .302 17 .301 13 .301 It .301 32 .301 25 .300 15 .299 19 .296 11 .292 15 .291 22 .291 14 .290 19 .290 21 .289 9 .289 17 .289 19 .289 28 .289 12 .284 20 .282 25 .280 25 .277 9 .277 9 .277 22 .274 17 .274 18 .273 13 .273 9 .272 14 .272 19 .271 13 .265 16 .264 7 .261 19 .261 18 .261 6 .260 11 .258 8 .257 8 .253 22 .252 18 .252 10 .250 13 .250 6 .250 34 .248 6 .245 19 .245 9 .245 14 .244 7 .242 20 .239 21 .237 19 .236 16 .235 21 .234 17 .234 11 .233 30 .231 16 .230 18 .230 10 .230 25 .230 24 .230 15 .229 15 .229 15 .229 11 .227 13 .227 15 .226 12 .225 4 .223 11 .222 5 .221 12 .221 14 .220 7 .219 17 .217 9 .214 25 .211 13 .208 21 .205 4 .202 8 .200 International Raceway Highway 55 it County Trunk KK Kaukauni, Wl Phone 414-766-55 77 L ERA 3 0.59 2 1.29 t 1.44 3 1.73 1 206 1 2.08 4 2.12 2 2.13 3 2.44 1 2.45 2 2.47 2 2.51 3 2.64 1 2.70 0 2.74 1 2.76 3 2.79 4 2.82 2 2.83 2 2.85 3 2.90 1 2.91 3 2.97 1 3.00 1 3.00 2 3.07 1 3.09 2 3.10 2 3.12 1 3.14 2 3.22 1 3.24 4 3 26 3 3.28 1 3 31 2 3.35 3 3.39 4 3.42 5 3.43 3 3.48 BaergaCle 136 21 41 EisenreichKC 133 12 40 GagneMin 113 19 34 Thomas Chi 133 22 40 GreenwellBsn 150 20 45 FiskChi 127 11 38 BuecheleTex 115 17 34 Myers Tor 96 11 28 MattinglyNY 148 19 43 Phillips Del 141 23 41 Knoblauch Min 145 19 42 Nokes NY 107 13 31 CJamesCle 149 12 43 DevereauxBIt 114 20 33 Franco Tex 149 22 43 White Tor 149 25 43 YounlMII .159 23 46 GantnerMII 141 15 40 TartabullKC 149 17 42 GaettiCal 161 16 45 Belle Cle 137 20 38 Burks Bsn 130 23 36 OrsulakBIt 101 9 28 SteinbachOak 124 16 34 TettletonDet 113 23 31 Maas NY 128 28 35 Riles Oak 99 11 27 Espnoza NY 114 14 31 Ventura Chi 136 11 37 GVaughnMII 107 14 29 PenaBsn 132 18 35 Evans Bit 91 11 24 Cuyler Det 92 13 24 Hall NY 88 13 23 RKelly NY 142 23 37 SchofieldCal. 96 17 25 StillwellKC 132 14 34 UohnsonChi .152 20 39 RHenderson Oak.... 95 26 24 RAIomarTor 163 24 41 Whiten Tor 115 8 29 Guillen Chi 136 11 34 MaclarlaneKC 116 10 29 Raines Chi 144 18 36 Fielder Det 153 25 38 Lee Tor 106 14 26 TrammellOet 143 21 35 Weiss Oak .102 8 25 Sax NY 160 14 39 Pagliarulo Mln. 99 6 24 Canseco Oak ..........138 28 33 McGwire Oak 131 18 31 McRaeKC. 123 14 29 Fletcher Chi 119 7 28 Bichette Mil . 137 16 32 ParrishCal 128 13 30 Felix Cal 116 15 27 BrunanskyBsn 134 17 31 HrbekMin 113 15 26 JeBartieldNY 126 13 29 MeulensNY 37 11 20 OBrienSea. 148 15 34 WinfieldCal 139 15 32 Gladden Min 144 18 33 SosaChi 131 18 30 WhitakerDet 105 22 24 JacobyCle 97 6 22 Splen Mil . 88 14 20 Clark Bsn 124 18 28 Wotthington Bit 102 11 23 GallegoOak 112 17 25 Wwilson Oak 90 9 20 So(oCal 95 6 21 Stllbbl Mil 131 14 29 OlerudTor 123 16 27 BtHeySea 105 10 23 Iniaviglia Det 120 13 26 Miftigan Bit 117 12 25 Fiyman Det 128 16 27 KGibsonKC 125 20 26 ADavisSea 127 7 26 SAIomarCle 89 4 18 VijquelSea 110 8 22 Dressendorfer Oak 35 33 21 17 3 3 5.45 King Ck) 53 57 10 29 4 4 5.47 Stewart Oak 40 46 19 21 2 2 5.58 Olin Cle 19 21 6 9 2 3 5.59 Darwin Bsn -.. 18 21 4 14 2 1 5.89 KBrown Tex 43 55 19 12 3 3 5.91 Cary NY 37 40 25 24 1 5 6.63 Rogers Tex 38 65 21 18 4 3 6.63 Fernandez Chi - 43 49 31 35 2 3 6.65 SLewisCal 41 57 17 23 1 5 6.75 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HRRBI Pet St Louis 1347 169 361 15 152 .268 Atlanta 1240 180 325 29 172.262 Pittsburgh 1271 179 316 32 167 .249 LosAngeles 1320 172 328 26 153 .248 San Diego 1425 171 350 26 157 .246 Philadelphia 1432 163 352 23 155 .246 Montreal 1389 144 340 27 134.245 Chicago.- 1396 169 340 47 159 .243 New York 1299 159 314 28 149 .242 Houston 1337 128 320 16 121 .239 San Francisco 1409 147 332 42 140.236 Cincinnati 1289 141 302 38 133 534 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 87 or more at bats SSsiv INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Three or more decision IP H BB SO W Franco NY 15 14 8 10 1 Mercker Atl 21 13 6 19 2 McDowell Phi..- 31 24 14 14 3 DeMaitinez Mon 68 54 16 41 6 Tomlin Pit 35 30 9 16 3 RMartinez LA 65 46 17 46 8 Morgan LA 59 47 14 29 4 GlavlneAtl 63 48 10 55 7 DeLeon StL 52 41 24 40 2 BJones Mon 29 19 15 12 2 Viola NY 66 67 14 38 5 ZSmilh Pit 61 65 7 36 6 Harnisch Htn 58 40 27 39 2 JJonesHtn 50 43 18 31 4 Greene Phi 43 27 17 27 3 WhitehurstNY 29 25 3 17 2 Myers Cin. 19 19 15 16 t Belcher LA . 51 49 23 29 4 Palacios Pit 41 30 14 26 2 Combs Phi 41 37 23 26 2 Leibrandt All 59 55 12 41 3 Carpenter StL 22 10 6 16 5 Gooden NY 67 58 15 61 5 Burke Mon 27 19 8 15 3 SampenMon 30 24 17 11 3 Mahler Mon 29 24 11 12 1 Smiley Pit.. 47 46 8 27 6 Rijo Cin 58 48 17 49 3 LeSmithStL. 17 13 4 17 2 TewksburyStL 43 43 10 20 3 GMaddux Chi 67 54 16 47 5 PowerCin 17 15 9 10 2 Black SF 69 51 24 41 4 BoeverPhL .. 36 32 16 38 3 Hurst SD 65 62 19 45 5 Hill SI 46 38 15 26 4 Mulholand Phi 72 67 13 29 5 Charlton Cin 53 46 19 29 2 BenesSD 58 52 22 57 2 Browning Cin 65 54 9 30 5 Downs SF 39 33 18 19 1 Boyd Mon 57 54 16 37 2 Darling NY 46 45 10 31 2 Boskie Chi 59 60 19 27 2 Cone NY. 60 61 19 55 4 Avery AM 52 47 21 28 5 Armstrong Cin 45 38 14 37 4 Assenmacher Chi 29 23 6 33 2 BurkettSF 63 67 20 44 2 GrimsleyPhi 48 39 35 35 1 BieleckiChl 41 30 17 16 5 Simons NY 19 15 7 11 1 Smoltz Atl 56 53 18 32 1 Hammond Cin 37 34 15 16 3 MMadduxSD 28 33 11 16 2 DrabekPit 57 67 19 29 2 OjedaLA 48 58 17 26 3 BSmlthStL 59 58 12 33 4 Nabholz Mon 44 36 22 27 1 WhilsonSD 64 68 15 34 3 Potugal Htn 41 37 12 32 4 RighettiSF 22 25 9 16 2 Schilling Htn 23 30 10 26 1 TWilson SF 34 31 20 25 0 SiskAtl 14 21 8 5 2 XHernandez Htn 30 33 12 20 0 DeJesus Phi 29 23 29 15 1 CorsiHtn 17 21 5 6 0 MoyerStL 31 38 18 20 0 Sulclitfe Crii 34 40 13 12 2 Belinda Pit 20 14 10 20 2 KeGross LA 27 31 15 28 2 Robinson SF 30 37 13 21 1 Deshaies Htn 47 52 29 23 2 32 2 3.49 Gray Bsn 27 19 5 18 1 3 2.33 Swindell Cle 68 65 9 46 2 5 2.39 Clemens Bsn 69 49 14 72 6 2 2.48 Boslo Mil 62 53 19 32 4 S 2.48 CandiottlCle 65 52 17 47 5 2 2.49 Wells Tor 53 43 13 29 5 3 2.56 Stottlemyre Tor 51 38 21 37 5 0 2.82 Ryan Tex 49 26 20 63 3 3 2.94 GossageTex 21 12 12 19 4 0 2.95 CadaretNY 23 16 13 20 1 3 3.13 StiebTor.. 60 52 23 29 4 3 3.17 Welch Oak 65 58 18 25 4 3 3.17 Nichols Ckt 23 23 5 13 0 3 3.18 SaberhagenKC 61 61 13 38 4 3 3.23 PetryDet 39 45 13 9 2 3 3.23 Hibbard Chi 64 65 21 24 3 2 3.23 Tapani Min 58 54 13 41 2 4 3.28 MYoungBsn 48 41 29 37 3 1 3.38 Hanson Sea 47 46 19 43 3 1 3.45 FinleyCal 65 52 30 56 7 2 3.48 Timlin Tor 28 19 15 21 4 2 3.49 McDowell Chi ..... 69 63 28 58 5 2 3.50 KlinkOak 20 16 5 10 2 2 3.54 Bolton Bsn 48 49 21 31 5 1 3.56 Gleaton Det 23 22 12 14 2 1 3.57 BoddickerKC 48 38 19 17 3 3 3.59 Langston Cal 55 47 26 38 5 1 3.60 HolmanSea 59 59 26 30 4 5 3.64 JAbbottCal 54 59 17 30 4 4 3.69 RadinskyChl 14 15 3 11 2 2 3.77 BankheadSea 30 37 12 1 5 2 2 3.86 Navarro Mil 58 67 13 33 4 2 3.86 Appier KC 46 55 11 26 2 5 3.88 Mesa Bit 55 53 31 25 4 4 3.90 ThigpenChi 23 17 20 16 2 1 3.91 NagyCle 57 52 23 30 1 4 3 92 Montgomery KC 20 22 5 21 1 2 3.98 BWM Tex 53 41 48 50 2 3 4.05 Sanderson NY 54 57 8 31 5 2 4.17 SDavisKC 52 57 18 18 2 5 4.18 McCaskillCal 44 47 19 18 3 5 4.26 Ballard Bit 53 55 14 18 2 6 4.27 JMRobinson Bit 42 52 20 30 2 4 4.29 CYoungOak 23 25 13 7 2 1 4.30 AAndersonMin 52 50 18 14 1 3 4.33 EilandNY 37 38 14 10 1 3 4.34 Leary NY 57 60 25 46 3 3 4.40 Terrell Det 50 69 16 20 1 4 4.47 Bedrosian Min 26 18 16 12 2 2 4.50 RJohnson Sea 56 46 48 58 3 4 4.50 Moore Oak 52 59 29 37 6 2 4.53 Tanana Det 55 6 5 22 25 2 3 4.55 Boucher Tor 35 39 16 16 0 3 4.58 KDBrawn Mil .... 47 45 24 24 2 2 4.60 DeLucia Sea 46 49 20 35 4 2 4.73 Hough Chi 32 27 16 25 1 2 4.78 CrlmMH 26 26 10 12 2 1 4.78 MPerezChi 42 36 21 40 1 4 4.89 Morris Min 66 74 37 45 4 5 4.93 GrHarris Bsn 44 4 8 19 30 1 5 4.95 Guthrie Min 23 27 14 18 3 2 5.01 Gullickson Det 54 71 9 18 5 2 5.03 KruegerSea 27 35 7 12 1 2 5.06 August Mil 35 38 7 20 3 2 S.14 3.49 3.52 3.53 3.60 3.61 3.63 pisMwms P15580R13 WHITEWALL 1 3.68 3 3.71 5 3.72 UNIR0YAL UNIR0YAL lararwtfiij'wjujinwraii 3.73 ' Up to 36,000 mile treadwei MS designation 3.79 388 3.89 3.90 3.92 4.12 4.25 4.30 4.34 Up to 60,000 mile treadwear 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Jose StL 147 25 52 2 21 .354 HMorrisCin 119 16 42 3 20.353 TGwynnSD 171 25 60 2 30 .351 BiggioHtn 131 20 45 2 12 .344 Pendleton Atl 98 21 33 4 14.337 Samuel LA 160 27 53 5 25.331 Bonilla Pit 144 27 47 6 28 .326 Kruk Phi 139 19 45 5 31 .324 Justice Atl 135 24 43 5 32.319 Zeile StL 132 16 42 2 20 .318 OSmilh StL 141 26 44 0 14 .312 FMcGnrf SD 151 26 47 10 27.311 Murray LA 129 23 40 6 23 .310 McGeeSF 139 18 43 2 8 .309 DykstraPhi 96 23 29 2 6.302 CalderonMon 151 18 45 5 30.298 Dawson Chi 148 20 44 8 25.297 GrissomMon 128 20 38 5 14.297 Jordan Phi 108 15 32 4 20 .296 Guerrero StL 150 18 44 3 27.293 WCIarkSF 161 19 47 9 35 .292 Butler LA .....154 26 44 1 10.286 Bagwell Htn 124 12 35 3 15.282 FelderSF 100 13 28 0 2.280 Grace Chi 150 19 42 2 18 .280 Roberts SD 158 21 43 0 12.272 SandbergChi 162 25 44 6 20.272 FinleyHtn 141 16 38 2 12 .270 TFernandezSD 175 30 47 1 11.269 Thon Phi 134 9 36 1 9 .269 Mitchell SF 112 16 30 10 21 .268 LarkinCin 98 19 26 5 13 .265 Murphy Phi 146 19 38 7 20 .260 Coleman NY 147 26 38 0 10 .259 Galarraga Mon 140 13 36 3 12.257 ' Twin iteel belU t ' 1 4.43 2 4.50 3 4 1 4.76 4.76 5.02 5.16 5.22 5.29 5.74 5.77 4 2 wm 3 5 4 1 5J BLACKWALL Hill "tCT1 4 5 93 3 6.00 4 6.27 UNIR0YAL UNIR0YAL AMERICAN LEAGUE T6AM PITCHING ERA H ER BB SO ShO SA Toronto 3.15 311 131 141 240 4 18 California 3.44 334 140 131 241 3 13 Seattle 3.52 348 144 165 252 3 12 Minnesota 3.70 353 151 151 209 3 10 Cleveland 3.71 336 141 92 223 2 6 Boston 3.78 323 146 143 253 6 16 Kansas City 3.80 341 145 115 219 2 10 Milwaukee 3.90 373 161 126 226 2 12 Texas 3.99 301 145 166 229 3 12 Detroit 4.04 398 161 148 170 2 10 Chicago 4.15 324 164 175 247 1 9 New York 4 34 337 163 144 215 3 6 Oakland .4.69 365 189 168 202 2 12 Baltimore...: 5.02 359 185 137 173 4 6 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Three or mora decisions IP H BB SOW L ERA Gordon KC 52 34 15 48 3 2 1.55 HennemanOet 28 28 11 16 4 t 1.61 AguiletaMin 20 14 14 21 1 2 1.77 EricksonMin 69 57 22 37 6 2 1.82 MJacksonSea 27 13 5 16 4 2 2.00 Key Tor 61 48 17 45 6 2 2.23 PGibson Det 32 23 12 22 2 2 2.25 Ideal for vana and light trucks Raised white letter sidewalls l'20575R15 RWL 5919? 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