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THE HOME Nf WS FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1994 C5 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 Jackson, home runs EAST Last 10 I Horn Away DIVISION M l Pet GB Games Streak W L W L Atlanta 13 3 .813 7-3 Lost 2 3 3 10 0 NewYork 8 6 .571 4 5-5 Lost 1 3 2 5 4 Philadelphia 8 8 .500 5 5-5 Won 1 4 4 4 4 Florida 7 8 .467 54 5-5 Lost 1 2 4 5 4 Montreal 7 9 .438 6 4-6 Won 3 2 4 5 5 too much for Giants CAST Last 10 I Horn I Away THVISION W I Pet GB Garnet Streak W I W L 'Boston 10 5 .667 6-4 Won 3 7 2 3 3 t Toronto 10 5 .667 6-4 Won 4 7 1 34 Baltimore 8 6 .571 l'fr 5-5 lost 2 4 4 4 2 i New York 8 6 .571 IV 5-5 Won 2 5 3 3 3 Detroit 5 10 .333 5 4-6 Lost l" 3 6 2 4 j . CENTRAL t UttlO I Home I Away '.DIVISION W I Pet. GB Garnet Streak W I W L Cleveland' . 8 5 .615 5-5 Won 1 2 3 6 2 Chicago 9 6 .600 7-3 Lost 1 4 2 5 4 Kansas City 7 6 .538 1 7-3 Won 1 2 3 5 3 Milwaukee 7 7 .500 Vk 4-6 Won 1 4 4 3 3 .Minnesota 5 11 .313 4'4 4-6 Lost 1 2 7 3 4 T ; - I WEST " ' UttlO Home I Away .DIVISION W t Pet. GB Garnet Streak W L W L ( California 8 8 - .500 4-6 Won 2 2 5 6 3 'Oakland 7 8 .467 4-6 Lost 3 4 3 3 5 Seattle 5 9 .357 2 5-5 Lost 2 4 2 1 7 'Texas 4 9 .308 2 3-7 Lost 4 2 4 2 5 1 9 1 ' 1 TODAY'S GAMES & PITCHING MATCHUPS TIME 1993 TEAM 1993VSOPP. PITCHERS LINE W-l ERA REC W-l IP ERA California Fmley(L) 7:05p 0-1 566 0-3 1-2 24.0 3.00 Boston Viola (L) 6Wi M 496 2-1 0-1 18.2 3.86 - Kansas City Appier (R) 5it-6'a 1-2 9.00 1-2 . 0-1 6.1 5.68 . Milwaukee Navarro (R) 7:05p 1-1 5.54 1-1 2-0 21.0 3.86 Oakland ' Darling (R) 7:05p 2-1 ' 4.76 2-1 0-1 12.0 9.00 New York '' Oteda (L) 5'7-6' 0-0 5400 0-1 No Record Seattle Fleming (L) 7:35p 2-1 -4.96 2-1 1-1 14.1 3.77 Baltimore McDonald (R) 7-8 3-0 291 3-0 1-1 8.2 4.15 Minnesota Erickson (R) 7:35p 1-2 7.88 1-2 0-4 29.0 4.97 Toronto Hentgen(R) 9-11 2-1 506 2-1 2-0 15.2 1.15 Detroit Belcher (R) 8:05p 0-2 7.20 1-2 No Record Chicago Sanderson (R) 7-8 1-0 1.50 1-0 0-0 6.0 7.50 Cleveland Morns (R) 8:35p 1-1 509 2-1 1-1 11.1 7.94 Texas Rogers (L) 6-7 0-2 6.75 0-3 0-3 19.1 7.91 KEY: TEAM REC-Team's record in games started by today's pitcher. AHWG Average hits and walks allowed per 9 innings. VS OPP-i-Pitcher's record versus this opponent. 1993 statistics. Wednetday't Garnet Kansas City 11 New York 7 Boston 2 California 8 Detroit 6 Seattle 4 Oakland 0 .Baltimore 2 Minnesota 6 Cleveland 5 Toronto 4 , Texas 3, 11 innings Chicago 8 Milwaukee 6, 12 innings Thursday'! Garnet New York 4. -Seattle 2 Boston 6 Oakland 5 Cleveland 10 Milwaukee 6 California 11 .Minnesota 6 Chicago 4 Baltimore 8 Saturday'! Garnet California at Boston Minnesota at Toronto-Seattle at Baltimore Oakland at New York .1:05 p.m. .1:35 p.m. 1:35 p.m. .1:35 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee 2:05 p.m. Detroit at Chicago , 7:05 p.ra Cleveland at Texas 8:35 p.m. Sunday't Garnet California at Boston 1:05 p.m. Minnesota at Toronto, 1:35 p.m. Seattle at Baltimore 1:35 p.m. Oakland at New York 1:35 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee 2:05 p.m. Detroit at Chicago 2:35 p.m. Cleveland at Texas .3:05 p.m. BREWERS 6, WHITE SOX 4 CHICAGO Uotinsoncf Cora 2b Rolnesph Thomoslb Franco -Ventura 3b Posauarf . DrJocksonph Newson ff , Hollph Lovolllerec Karkovlcec Guillen u Totals MLWAUKEE obrhbi SMI Hamlttonct 30 11 Splersss ' ' 1 0 0 0 TWard If 30 10 Seiier 3b ''-4 0 0 0 Nirsson 3 0 1 OHorperc 30 00 JoReed2b 1 0 0 0 Brunonskyrf 30 10 Dim rf 1 I 1 0 Joholb . 2010Llstochss 1111 4 110 14 4 ICl Tot obrhbi 3 12 1 3 100 30 12 3 10 0 4 2 2 1 3 0 0 1 30 1 0 3 110 1000 20 10 .2 0 0 0 30il Chicago Milwaukee 001 010 001-4 002 100 Olx-4 Ji-Posguo (3), Harper (1), Joha (3). DP-Chicogo 2, Milwaukee 4. LOB-Chlcooo 7, Mllwoukee A IB Had Karkovlce (4), TWora (4). HR-Nilsson (3). SB- uonnson (), uro t ij, u Ventura i u. y now. Chicaao AFerncndezL1'3 DeLeon.. R ER B6 SO 4 4 3 3 2 12 0 Mlwoukee ' EldredWJ-l. Fetters uevds,2 . 7 4 M 1 11-3 1 tared oitdwi to 1 batter In the tin. Umpires-Home, Roe; First, McClelland; Second, Scott; Third, Phillips. , IT 2:45. A 10484, . . . ! INDIANS 10, TWINS 6 .. , CLEVELAND. MINNESOTA Lofton cf ; Vftouelss .. Boerga2b Belle If Murray dh Sorrento lb Ramirez rf ' Kirbvrt v Thome Eslnozo3b PH)C Totals obrhM . 4 2 3 1 5210 SOU 4 110 5 2 2 S 4 12 1 4 120 0100 4010 0000 3 0 0 1 M 1013 AO If Reboulet2b Pwkettdh ' Hrbeklb PMunozrf Lelus3b Beckerct - Parksc Wotbeckc Mearesss Holeph . Totals abrhbi '4210 40 11 4 0 0 1 2100 3 100 2 100 4 12 4 2 00 0 200 0 3 000 10 10 3145 0 Cleveland Minnesota 110 100 401-10 011 001 100-4 E-Leius (2). LOB-Oevetand 10, Minnesota 5, 2B-Vizouel (4), Boergo (3), Ramirez (4), ACole (2). HR-Murrav 2 (3), Sorrento (3, Becker (1). S8-Lotton 3 (10), Vlzauel (4, Kirby (3), ACole 2 (3). CS Belle 11 Becker (llSF-peno, ,. ,. viitofi , ,t :. r MClark ., , 51-3 Plunk W.2-0 i 32-3 MlKMSOtO Mobomes..., ERBB SO 5 0 4 t 1 7 CasionW-j.j-. 22-1 Garoaono... 21-3 , WP-MCIorkJ.. Untpires-Home, Rent First, Cederslrom; Second, Evons Third, Cousins. T 3:17. A 13,144. ( , ' i ANGELS 11, ORIOLES 8 BALTIMORE I Eoslev3b Curtis cf 4f Salmon rf "'' CQavlsan BJocksonll Edmonds If EPerezlb -Mversc ,. Hudler2b ' Reynolds 2b -DiSarcinass Totals ' . , , CAUFORMA abrhbi 6 2 10 Anderson If 0 1 0 Devereouxct 4 111 Voigtlf s 3 3 2 1 Palmeiro lb 3 124CRIpkenss .. lllOHoiksc , 42 14 Sabo 3D ' JOlOLoSmlthdh 10 0 1 McLemore2b ; -2010 Hammonds rf 5110 JMIMllTetoh ' abrhbi 4 110 1001 '2212 4 122 50 12 4 0 0 0 3 000 4 12 0 4 110 3 2 2 1 34IHI CoKforma 010 142 030-11 ! 001 000 115-1 E-McLemore (2). DP-Cailfomla 1. LOB-Callfomki Bammore A 2B-aslev (3), Mvers (2), Palmeiro (3), LoSmlth (1), Hammonds (6). HR-BJockson (3), EPerei 2 (5), Volgt (1). SB-Curtis (3). S-Curtls. SF-Huofer, Of vereoux, Hammonds. .. Visitors ' IP' H R ERBB SO AniersonW,W) I '0 3 3 3 2 Butcher 2-3 J 4 4 1 0 Lewis , 13 2 11 ' Rhodes UM., Wilkmson. i 4 1-3 I 9 5 1 4 12-3 3 3 3 2 1 .3 3 3 3 2 4 HBP-bv Butcher (Anderson), bv Williamson (BJock-son). PB-Holles. Balk-Anderson. (Jmplres-Home, Kosc First, Clork; Second, Morrison; Thlfd,Bamett. T-3J7.A-4M51 . , V ' : YANKEES 4, MARINERS 2 Seattle AB R H 61 BB SO AVC. Tirana If 3 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Amoral 4 0 0 0 0 0 .291 GriffevJrcf ' ' 4 0 1 1 0 0 .345 Anthonvrf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .224 TMartlneidh 3 12 110 .184 Jefferson lb 4 0 0 0 0 1 .344 lovuHo 3 0 10 10 J50 D Wilson c 3 0 1 0 0 0 XO Ferminss 3 1 1 0 0 0 J24 Totals . 31 2 6 2 2 2 NewYork AB R H Bl 66 SO AVG. Pokmialf 4 0 ! 0 0 0 .! Boggs3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .347 Mattinalvlb 3 2 2 1 1 0 J41 TorrabuU 3 1 2 3 1 1 .345 0'NeiHrf 3 0 2 0 1 0 .455 Stanlevc 3 0 0 0 1 0 .200 Boston cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .167 GWiliomscf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Gollegoss 4 0 0 0 0 1 It) Kev2b 3 10 0 10 .171 Totals 31" 4 10 4 5 3 Seattle NewYork 000 001 001-2 4 0 000 200 20x-4 10 2 E-Kedy (1), Perez (1). LOB-Seottle 5, New York 8. 2B-BOOJS (3), Tortabull (6). 38 O'NeiH (1). HR-Torto-but (4) off Boskt, TMartlnej (1) off Perei. RBh-Grmev Jr (13), TMartinei (7), Matttnajv P), Tortabull 3 (16). CS-O'Nelll (2). S-Turang. GIDP Griffey Jr, Gollego. Runners left In scoring position-Seattle 2 (Fermln 2); New YonX 4 (O'Neill 2, Stanley, Gollego). OP-Seottle 1 (Fermia Amoral and Jefferson); New York 1 (Mattmgly, Gollego ana Pern). Seattle V H R ER 66 SO ERA BosloLO-3 ,. ; I 10 4 4 5 3 3.07 NewYork P H R ER 66 SO ERA PereiW,2-0 6 2 2 2 2 3.00 IBB off Bosk) (O'Neill) Umpires-Home, Meriwether; First, Coble Second, Hendry; third, Johnson. T-2:1.A-15,049. RED SOX 6, ATHLETICS 5 OAKLAND R Henderson Javier cf Berroalf Brumley pr Eckersleyp McGwire lb Slerrort Stelnbochc Brosius3b Bordickss Hemond2b Talah abrhbi 4 111 5122 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 3 0 00 5 0 00 4 12 0 4 0 0 0 , 4 13 1 ,4100 37 510 5 BOSTON Nixon cf Hatcher rf Greenwelllf MVaughn lb Noehring2b ' Berrvhllldh Jnvalentlnss Cooper 3b Tinsleynr Voile c Dawson ph Fletcher pr Totals abrhbi 5 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 3 100 4 120 2 112 3 0 0 0 4 110 3 0 2 2 0 100 3 0 0 0 10 11 0 100 31 610 4 Oakland 001 400 000-5 Boston 000 004 002-4 One out when winning run scored. E-Slerra (3), MVoughn (1), Cooper (4), Voile (2). DP-Oaklond 2, Boston 1. LOB-Ooklond 0, Boston 4. 2B-Jovier (4), Berroa (7), Bordick (4), Nixon 2 (3), Cooper (4), Dawson (5L SB-RHendenon (31 Javier (6L CS-Hatcher(2). Oakland P H R ER 68 SO BWItt i 51-3 5 4 4 4 5 Ontlveros- Briscoe- EckerslevU-2 Boston Hesketh , to 1 .2 0 . 1-3 3 2 2 0 0 . 32-3 6 5 1 . 31-3 1 0 0 2 4 1 3 OiiontrH. BonkheodW,2-0 2 2 0 0 1 1 Ontlveros pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP bv BWItt (Hatcher). PB Voile. Umpires-Home, ReiKy; First, Welke; Second, Brink-man; Third, Merrl. T-3:20.A-2M32. APRIL 22 . STATS " v '.' ' Tim Raines had three singles and walked four times as the Chicago White Sox beat Milwaukee 8-6 Wednesday night. Raines tied an Amencan League record by reaching base seven times in a game without making an out, a feat, previously accomplished by Cesar Gutierrez of Detroit on June 21, 1970. STREAKS The Atlanta Braves went 54 games without consecutive losses before defeats against the St Louis Cardinals on Tuesday and Wednesday. SLUMPS The Chicago Cubs are 0-8 at Wrigley Field, matching their worst home start ever (1957). . The Pittsburgh Pirates are 0-5 on the road . SLUGGERS . . Gary Gaettl of Kansas City tied a career high with six RBIs in the Royals' 11-6 victory over Detroit on Wednesday. SWIMGS Bob Tewksbury of the St. Louis Cardinals allowed just 20 walks in 213 2-3 innings last season (0.84 walks per nine innings). This season he's walked five in 29 1-3 innings (1.53 per nine innings). STARTERS Jimmy Key of the New York Yankees hasn't allowed a grand slam in his career (1.957 1-3 Innings), th longest streak among active pitchers. STOPPERS Mitch Williams of the Houston Astros hat seven walks In in 6 2-3 Innings with six strikeouts. He has allowed two runs and four hits. j SHUTOUTS Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox pitched his 36th career shutout Wednesday night, beating Oakland 2-0. He reached 10 strikeouts in a game tor the 55th time In his career. stars ; Andres Galarraga. Rockies, drove In five runs with a pair of homers as Colorado routed Florida 16-6 on Wednesday. STADIUMS The Padres had their smallest crowd of the season. 7.095, at Wednesday night's 4-2 loss to Montreal STATUS David Wells of the Detroit Tigers had arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow Wednesday and will be out a minimum of tour weeks. The Associated Press Danny Jackson pitched a four-hitter and Dave Hollins and Darren Daulton homered yesterday, powering the visiting Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Jackson (2-0), who retired 22 of 24 batters entering the ninth, struck out six and walked three. The complete game was the 39th of his career and first since July 31, 1993,-against Pittsburgh. Jackson, 0-3 with a 9 60 ERA against the Giants last year, blanked the Giants after yielding a first-inning run on a walk, Robby Thompson's ground-rule double and Willie McGee's RBI grounder. The Phillies scored three runs in the third off Salomon Torres (0-2). Len Dykstra singled with one out, went to third on Mickey Morandini's single to right and scored on John Kruk's sacrifice fly. Hollins then hit a 2-0 pitch over the fence in right for his second homer run of the season to make it 3-1- Daulton followed with a double, but Torres retired the next 13 batters before walking Dykstra to open the eighth. ' , EXPOS 5, PADRES 4 . Rookie Cliff Floyd and Marquis Grissom hit back-to-back homers to support Ken Hill and Montreal held on over San Diego. Floyd and Grissom hit consecutive pitches from Wally Whitehurst (1-3) for homers in the fifth inning and Moises Alou drove in two runs for the Expos, who have won three straight. RED SOX 6, ATHLETICS 4 Otis Nixon doubled home pinch runner Scott Fletcher in the ninth inning off Dennis Eckersley to give Boston a victory over visiting Oakland. Pinch-hitter Andre Dawson doubled to deep center off Eckersley (0-2) to tie the game at 5-5 with one out in the ninth. He drove in Scott Cooper, who had singled and continued to second when right fielder Ruben Sierra failed to field the ball cleanly. With Fletcher running for Dawson, Nixon doubled past first base to drive in the winning run. INDIANS 10, TWINS 6 Cleveland's Eddie Murray homered from both sides of the plate for a major-league record 11th time and moved into 20th place on baseball's career home run list. Murray, 38, hit a three-run homer batting left-handed in the first, and added a two-run shot hitting from the right side in the seventh off Larry Casian (0-2) to snap a 5-5 tie in Minneapolis. - BREWERS 6, WHITE SOX 4 Dave Nilsson homered and Turner Ward hit a two-run double as the Brewers snapped Chicago's four-game winning streak. Nilsson's solo homer,' his third, off Chicago starter Alex Fernandez (1-3) to open the fourth gave the Brewers a 3-1 lead. ANGELS 11, ORIOLES 8 Eduardo Perez homered twice and Bo Jackson hit a three-run shot, and visiting California withstood a late rally for a victory over Baltimore. Rookie Brian Anderson (2-0) gave up six hits and three runs in eight innings to win. YANKEES Continued from page Cl kee starter since Jimmy Key went 7Vj innings on opening day. "This is the way I want to feel all season," said Perez, who came into the season 6-8 in April starts over six seasons. "I felt real strong in the last inning and that's why they sent me out there." Tartabull's homer, his fourth, came off Chris Bosio (0-3) in the fourth inning after Don Mattingly walked. In 1993, Perez was scheduled to be the Yankees opening day starter only to spend most of April on the disabled list with an injured hip. The rest of his season was not much better as he struggled to a 6-14 record with a 5.19 ERA. His impressive opening to 1994 has his manager cautiously optimistic. "It's early. It's just a few starts but he's certainly off to a good start," said Yankees manager Buck Showalter. ' "Last year, I didn't have games like this. Last year I had trouble throwing strikes," said Perez. "I had a lot of trouble last year with my splitter, my fastball, finishing my pitches. I just had to work on my location with all my pitches." Bosio allowed four runs and 10 hits in eight innings. He walked five and struck out three. New York added a run in the seventh on Mattingly's RBI single that scored Pat Kelly, who walked. Mattingly scored when left fielder Brian Turang and shortstop Felix Fer-min collided after attempting to catch Tartabull's fly to shallow left. Both players layed on the ground for several minutes but remained in the game. Tino Martinez hit his first homer of the season in the ninth to make it 4-2. i Seattle scored in the sixth when Fermin singled, moved to second on infield out and scored on Ken Griffey Jr.'s single. The Mariners threatened in the seventh on : singles by Martinez and Tory Lovullo but Martinez was thrown out attempting to score after second baseman Kelly dropped Dan Wilson's line drive for an error. Notes The Mariners are 1-7 on the road this season after finishing last season by winning 26 of their final 50 road games. . . . Bosio's complete game was his second in four starts. . . . Perez's last complete game victory was August 27, 1992 in a 5-0 win at Minnesota. ... Paul O'Neill's fourth-inning triple was the Yankees' first this year and O'Neill's first since April 12, 1993. I Thunder keeps on rolling with third straight victory THUNDER INDIANS 9 3 By RICH FISHER Special to Tbe Home News PHILADELPHIA The , Trenton Thunder players may not be ready for the majors, but at least they've mastered major league ball- parks. Trenton won its second straight game at Veterans Stadium with a 9-3 victory over the Canton-Akron Indians yesterday. It was the third straight win for the Thunder, which combined a season-high 13 hits with starting pitcher Brian Edmondson's best outing of the season. In raising his record to 1-2, Edmondson pitched seven innings and allowed three hits, one earned run and two walks while striking out one. . Edmondson was 0-6 on the Double A level before yesterday. "It's been a long time coming," said the right-hander, who's considered one of the Tigers top prospects but brought a 4.50 ERA into the game. "I was starting to wonder if I was ever gonna get one. I wasn't worrying about it, but it's one of those things where the longer you go without winning, you start to wonder when it's gonna come and what do you have to do to win." 1 Throwing strikes and getting offensive support is a good place to start, and both elements were apparent yesterday. Edmondson got ahead of the hitters and didn't get hurt by a big extra-base hit, which plagued him his first two losses. Trenton took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the third on Mike Rendina's RBI single. The Indians tied it on Paul Meade's sacrifice fly in the fourth. The Thunder took the lead for good in the fourth when Justin Mashore hit a two-out triple and Kelley O'Neal lined a single to left to make it 2-1. O'Neal was O-for-23 this season before that hit. "It feels real good," said O'Neal, who went 2-for-3 with a walk and two RBI. "During spring training I got into some bad habits. When we came up North I was able to work them out in Wilmington, and hopefully I'm ready to go for the rest of the season." Trenton broke the game open with four runs in the fifth, highlighted by Pete Gonzalez's two-run double, and tacked on two in the sixth on Tony Clark's second homer of the season. Notes . Brian DuBose, Rendina, Joe Perona and Gonzalez each had two hits for Trenton. Perona is a catcher but played third yesterday to get his bat in the lineup . . . Thunder batted around in the fifth inning for the second time this season . . . Trenton (5-6) is tied with Canton-Akron (6-7) for third place in the Eastern League's South Division, Yi games behind first-place Harrisburg . . . Thunder begins three-game series at Reading tonight before playing two at Canton-Akron. Left-hander Trever Miller (1-1, 2.61 ERA) will start for the Thunder tonight ... The sold-out home opener against Albany-Colo-nie is scheduled for Wednesday, and Thunder officials insist Mercer County Waterfront Park will be ready in time. But the final decision will be made Monday as to whether the opener must be moved to another site . . . Many Thunder players are voicing increasing displeasure about playing on the road. Aside from the usual travel headaches, the players do not want to start paying rent in the Trenton area until they actually start playing there. CENTRAL Last 10 I Horn I Away DIVISION I Pet. GB Came Streak W I W L Cincinnati 9 4 .692 7-3 Won 3 6 1 3 3 St Louis 9 5 .643 7-3 Won 2 4 2 S3 Houston 8 6 .571 14 6-4 Won 2 3 3 5 3 Pittsburgh 6 7 .462 3 6-4 Lost 3 6 2 0 5 Chicago 3 10 .231 6 3-7 Lost 6 0 8 3 WEST Last 10 ' I Home I Away DIVISION W I Pet. GB Garnet Streak W L W L San Francisco 9 7 .563 5-5 Lost 1 6 4 3 3 Colorado 7 7 .500 1 64 Won 1 4 5 3 2 Los Angeles 6 9 .400 24 4-6 Won 2 3 4 3 5 San Diego 3 14 .176 64 2-8 Lost 3 2 9 15 TODAY'S GAMES ( PITCHING MATCHUPS KEY: TEAM REC-Team's record in games started by today's pitcher. AHWG Average hits and walks allowed per 9 innings. VS OPP Pitcher's record versus this opponent. 1993 statistics. Wednesday's Garnet Houston 7 San Francisco 5 Colorado 16 Cincinnati 5 St Louis 8 Chicago 5 .Philadelphia 4 Florida 6 Pittsburgh 4 Atlanta 3 Montreal 4 San Diego 2 Los Angeles 6-New York 5, 1 1 innings Thursday's Games Philadelphia 6 San Francisco 1 Montreal 5 San Diego 4 New York at Los Angeles (n) Saturday's Game Florida at Cincinnati .2:15 p.m. Chicago at Colorado 3:05 p.m. New York at San Francisco4:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Atlanta , 7:10 p.m. Houston at St Louis 8:05 p.m. .10:05 p.ra .10:05 pm 1:10 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 2:15 pm 3:05 pm Philadelphia at San Diego 4:05 p.m. New York at San Francisco 4:05 pm. Montreal at Los Angeles9:05 p.m. Montreal at Los Angeles-Philadelphia at San Diego. Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at Atlanta Florida at Cincinnati Houston at St Louis Chicago at Colorado- EXP0S5, MORES MONTREAL Lansing 2b Flovd 16 Grissom cf LWokerrf Alou It DFletdwc Spehrc Cordeross Bern 3b KHWp Scott p Rojmp Tetok SANOCGO obrhM 5 0 10 SMpleyss S 2 1 1 PtanNerph 5 2 2 1 Gwymrf 4 0 0 0 DBecf 4 1 1 2 Beanlf 4 0 2 0 PClort lb 0 0 0 0 Cionfrocco 3b 4 0 0 1 Auimuic 4 0 2 0 Sogerp 2 0 0 0 Hyerspn 0 0 0 0 Roberts pr 0 0 0 0 Loon 20 Whitehurst p LockhartJb 37 5 US Totak abrhbi 4 110 1000 4 130 4 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 112 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 00 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 35 4 04 Montreal Son Diego 200 120 000-5 111 000 020-4 E-Cionfrocco 2 (4). L06-Momreol 7, Son Diego . 2B-Fkyo (4), Gwvnn (4), Cionfrocco (. HR-Flovb ( 1), Grisiom (1), Poor (21 Cionfrocco (3L SB-Grlssom (3), POork 01 Roberts (2). S-KHill 2. SF-Beon. Montreal f M R ER SB SO KHIOWJ-I 72-3 I 4 4 1 i Scott 1-3 0 0 0 Roles S,2 1 1 0 0 Son Diego- Whitehurst L,l-3 Soger WP-KHi. Umpires Home, Layne; First, Runge; Second, De-MuttuThlraHollion. T-157.A-1M20. THROUGH APRIL 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE Harvey. Fla. Perez. Stt. W L Sv BSv Pts n n R o 15 0 0 5 0 15 Carrasco. Cin 3 0 2 0 12 McMichael. Atl 10 4 1 12 Jackson. SF 1 0 3 0 11 Franco. NY 0 0 3 0 9 Williams. Hou 0 0 3 0 9 Edens. Hou 2 0 10 7 Jones. Phi 11 3 1 7 Hoffman. SO 0 0 2 0 6 x-Myers. Chi 0 0 2 0 6 White. Pit 10 2 16 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Sv BSv Pts Smith. Bal 0 0 7 0 21 Agullera. Mm 0 14 18 Grahe. Cal 0 2 4 0 8 1 0 2 0 8 1 0 2 0 8 1 0 2 0 8 0 14 18 10 10 5 0 13 1 5 11 2 14 Hennem8n, Det Hernandez. NY- Rear don. NY. Russell. Bos Brewer. KC Farr. Cle. Henke. Tex Baltimore. Florida TEAM BULLPEN LEADERS W L Sv BSv Pts 1 1 7 0 21 New York (AL) x-1993 Rolaids Relief Man champion KEY: Sv-Save, 3 points: W-Win, 2 points: L Loss, deducts 2 points: BSv Blown save, deducts 2 points; Pts Rolaids Points. A blown save is when a pitcher enters the game in a save situation and departs with the save situation no longer in effect because he has given up the lead. HOME RUNS AND RUNS PER CAME (1992-1994) ! THROUGH GAMES OF APRIL 20, 1994 Major League Totals G HR HR-G R F 1994 198 450 2.3 1993 179 286 1.6 1992 168 236 1.4 1407 American league Totals G HR HR-G R 1994 96 246 2.6 1993 87 151 1.7 1992 90 142 16 774 National League Totals ' G HR HR-G R 1994 102 204 2.0 966 1993 92 135 1.5 755 1992 78 94 1.2 633 2058 104 1618 90 84 R-Q 1092 114 863 99 PHILLIES 6, GIANTS 1 PHLA D Astro ct Monmolnilb KruKlb DHollins3b Daulton c Eisenreichrf MThompsonK Stockerss DnJacksonp Tot SAN FRAN abrhbi 3 2 10 DLewlscf 3 110 Ro Thompson 2b 2111 McGeerf 3 112 WcWilUomslb 4 12 3 Bonos If 4 0 0 0 Benflnger lb 4 0 0 0 Oovtonss 4 0 0 0 .Vanwaringc 4 0 0 0 Frev p Menendezp Torresp JeReeac 114 4 4 Totals obrhM 3100 4010 3011 40 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 30 10 3 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 2000 1000 31141 San Francisco 001 ON 03 100 (00 Nt-1 DP-Philooelphio 1. LOB-PtAx)eiphK) 3, Son Francisco 5. 2B-Doulton (4), RbThompson (5V HR DHolltns (!), Daulton (tl SB-Ovkslra PI Moronaini (11 Oayton m.S-oranciitt.SF-ICruk. rlriodetMo P H R ER BB SO DnJocKsonW,M 0 4 113 0 SanFroncisco TorresUM 71-J 5 4 4 2 1 Frev 2-J 1 2 2 1 1 Menenae: 1 0 0 0 02 Umpires-Hone, Kellogg; First, Tats Second Got-man;Thira,Rippley. T-2:H.A-ls,ll WEDNESDAY NIGHT DODGERS 6, METS5(lt) NewYort Vizcaino ss Seoul lb Linton p Orsuloktf MMooduxp C-Vlnoph Telgheoerp Bogorlb Bon 36 Kent Burnltirf e-McRevrxWspMf RyThomosoncf Hundevc PSmlthp cCongelosi ptHf-rf Totals Let Angeles DeShiek2b Butler cf Plana c watoch 1-Gwynn pr SnvaerSb HPooriguellf Karros lb Vononirf Offermonsi KeGrossp McDoweHp b-Treooov ph Dreitortp dwnssnph Toworrdo f-Weosterph Totals M Bl 0 0 3 1 5 0 5 10 1 2 5 10 JOT US J35 .000 J20 .000 .147 .421 .112 3t) Jll J41 .000 J00 R H BIBB SO AVG. 110 1 2 5 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 .174 J27 J13 JW .313 .300 J33 .220 .270 .100 . .000 M I. J33 .417 NewYork Los Angeles 000 300 200 00-5 10 0 100 012 100 01-4 13 0 Ho outs when winning run scored. - ounglea for PSmith in the 7th. b-woed for McDowell in the 7th. c-grounoeo out for WMoooux In the fh. a-flied out for Dreltort In the ih. e-struox out for Bumitz In the 10m. f-wos Intention-oft oea for TOWorreH in the 1 Ifh. Kanforwaiochinmetlh. LOB New York Los Angeles 11. 2B-Kent (5), Butter m Offermon (4). JB-Butler (2). HR-Karros (1) off PSmith, OrsukK (1) oft KeGross, RvThompson (4) off KeGross. RBIs-Orsul 2 (41 Kent (23), RvThompson 2 (14), Butler 2 (41, Piano !),HRoorigue: 2 (7), Karros (3L SB-DeShiekts (4). CS-MonaesI (1). S-Hunoley, De-ShkHOs. SF-Plana uW-Horros. Runners left m scoring position New York 3 (Segui, Vino. Hundley); Us Angeles 5 (Piazza 2, Karros, Monoesl2). .. Runners moved up Vizcaino, Seoul. DP-New York 1 (Vizcoino, Kent one Seoul). NewYork PSmith WMoooux THgheoerUO-1 Linton Los Angeles KeGross McDowell Dreifort TOWorrelW.M P ( 2 3 0 P 2 2 1 R ER BB SO ERA 4 4 1 3 4.00 1 1 2 2 4.35 1 1 2 0 4.43 0 0 0 0 000 R ER BB SO ERA 5 5 3 4 43 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 1109 0 0 1 3 1.S0 Tettheoer pitched to 3 boners m the nth, Linton pltctw to 1 batter In the llfh. Inherited runners-scored Linton 3-1, McDowell 2-1. IBB-oft Tekjheaer (Webster) 1. Umpires-Home, Doviosoiv First, Hohn; Second, Davis; Thro, Quick. T-3:52.A-34J50. r mum u; APRIL 22 1876 In the first NL game. Joseph Borden of Boston beat hometown Philadelphia 54. 1898 Ted Breitenstein of the Cincinnati Reds and James Hughes of Baltimore each pitched a no-hitter. Breitenstein beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-0 and Hughes beat the Boston Braves. 8 0. 1903 The New York Highlanders lost their first game at Washington 3-1 before 11.950. 1915 Pinstripes first appeared on New York Yankees uniforms. 1955 The Athletics won their major league debut in Kansas City with a 6-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers before a standing-room audience of 32 147 the largest paid crowd tor any event in Kansas City. 1959 The Chicago White Sox scored 1 1 runs with only one hit in the seventh Inning of a 20-6 rout of the Kansas City Athletics. Johnny Callison had the hit a single. In the inning. Chicago was the recipient of 10 walks five with the bases loaded three errors and one hit batsman. 1966 The Braves won their first game in Atlanta, beating the New York Mets 8-4. 1970 Tom Seaver of the New York Mets struck out the last 10 Padres tor a 2-1 victory over San Diego. He gave up only two hits and finished with 19 strikeouts, tying Sieve Carlton's major league record. TIME 1993 TEAM 1993 VS OPP. PITCHERS LINE W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Florida Hough (R) 7 35p 1-0 2.79 2-1 . 0-2 17.1 ai2 Cincinnati Smiley (L) 8-9 1-1 270 2-1 0-0 5 0 5 40 Pittsburgh ISmith(L) 7 40p 3-1 5.51 2-1 O-l 13.0 1.38 Atlanta Smoltz (R) 10-12 2-1 327 2-1 0 1 172 560 Houston Drabek(R) Even-6 2-1 2 57 2-1 1-2 22.0 4.09 ; St. Louis Cormier (L) 8 05p 1-1 594 1-2 0-2 120 750 Chicago Banks (R) 9:05p 1-2 5 60 1-2 No Record Colorado Harkey(R) 6-7 0-0 579 2-1 No Record s Montreal Rueter(L) 10:05p 1-0 6.39 1-2 0-0 7.0 0 00 Los Angeles Candiotti(R) 6-7 3-0 2 25 3-0 1-1 19.2 3 20 Philadelphia Boskie(R) 6'-7'j 0-1 1.86 0-1 2-0 5 0 0.00 . San Diego Ashby(R) 10:05p 0-2 519 0-3 0-1 4 0 2475 NewYork Jones (R) 10:05p 2-1 4.67 2-1 No Record S San Francisco Portugal (R) 9-11 2-0 4.26 3-0 0 0 20 0 4 95 ., in. . .twfc.,4,i.jk. fc.iwa.ix.aj. k.,1.. aji,n. .. ,, al4a.ala,iiiii a m fflffcllWfcfcifcft ftnffirfrT thM afcl IT Jlfc atl ei sfftea, iaW ,I itatN aft atVi aV ial t sfc Bit pHl " W. 9i i1 -1 Jl. 4HH,

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