The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on August 13, 1989 · 41
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le E7 i sancnez ignites Diamonds By bOUQ NEWHOFF Courier Sports Writer Ozzie Sanchez just may have awakened the dead Friday night at Waterloo Stadium. At least his prodigious, two-run homer toward the cemetery beyond the Tight-center field fence brought Waterloo and a crowd of 3,018 to life before the Diamonds went on to surge past Peoria, 7-4. It was an impressive victory for Waterloo that featured power at the plate and precision on the hill. The Diamonds trailed, 4-0, before Pedro Lopez yanked his second home run of the season over the left field wall in the third inning. Three relievers then handcuffed Peoria on two hits the rest of the night. The Chicago Cubs farm club had only three base runners the final six innings against Don Fowler, Chuck Ricci and Ron Morton. Bob Curnow's double scored Terry McDevitt, who opened the fourth inning with a single, to slice the deficit to 4-2 and Sanchez got Waterloo even in the sixth. Tim Holland, batting in the No. 3 spot in the lineup Friday, paid a dividend with three hits and started the sixth with one of them a leadoff single. Sanchez then sent a 1-1 pitch from Peoria reliever Jeff Massicotte off into the night for his 10th home run. Derek Stroud took over for Massicotte in the seventh and got two quick outs around a walk to J.D. Noland before the Diamonds strung four consecutive hits. McDevitt delivered an RBI single to Jeft-center. Holland smacked a Sandberg swats another as Cubs rock Phillies, 9-2 CHICAGO (AP) - Ryne Sandberg can't explain it. "I just go up to the plate, trying to hit line drives. I am not a home run hitter," he said Friday after homering for the fifth consecutive game and leading the Chicago Cubs over the Philadelphia Phillies 9-2, Sandberg has hit six home runs in his last five games and 10 in his last 15. He tied a club record set by Hack Wilson, who homered in five consecutive games from July 3-7, 1928. "Am I going to swing for home runs?" Sandberg asked out loud. "That's not my style. I'm swinging for line drives and I'm just lucky enough to be hitting the ball well enough so that the balls are going out. It just feels good now to go up there and see the ball well." Jerome Walton's two-run single and Sandberg's two-run homer led Chicago to a six-run fifth inning, knocking out Phillies starter Don Carman. Walton has hit in 22 consecutive games, the longest hitting streak for a Cub since Glenn Beckert had 26 In 1973. The Cubs are 30-9 this season in games started by a left-hander. "Sandberg and Walton are hot right now, and are carrying the ball DON'T PAY FOR AN ALIGNMENT UNLESS YOU NEED ONE Is your car pulling to the left or right? a Is your steering wheel off center? Are your tires showing uneven wear? , Let Midas give you a complete diagnosis on your vehicle, free, Midas professionals will inspect your vehicle using the most modern computerized equipment available. You'll get a computerized printout of the alignment diagnosis. You see, we're serious about safety. . n8isY hais 10ns l3 Cedar Falls 7116 University Avenue 268-0167 - - blast double to right-center. Sanchez pounded a grounder up the middle that was knocked down, but not played, for a run-scoring single that chased Stroud. Jay Eddings was greeted by Curnow's second hit, a single, and he walked Ed Ricks to load the bases before getting the third out. Meanwhile, the Waterloo bullpen was nearly untouchable. Fowler fired three scoreless innings, then gave way to Ricci, who got the victory by pitching a scoreless seventh. Morton closed with two perfect innings. Wla............., n ai po a m Arrlft9t0n.lt I I I T. Smith, u 4 1 t I Paulina, lb 4 1 I I W. Smith, 1(1111 Jenen. ri 4 I ( Taylor, ti 4 S t t I AoamM. lb. ,. 11 111 Williams, ah I ( ( ( t Ramtey, tf t I I I Sh4ton, ph Colon, c 11551 fodders, a ( t 1 I Aneatlcotla, p. Stroud. , Iddlnofca THU.... M 4 I 4 M II ( Waterloo. 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Maddux, 14-3, struck out two and walked two before Steve Wilson and Calvin Schiraldi finished with combined two-hit relief. Carman, 3-12, walked seven in 4 V innings, giving up five hits and seven runs. He walked Sandberg with the bases loaded in the second to give Chicago the lead. "Last week in St. Louis, Carman was magnificent, giving up three hits in eight innings," Leyva said. "He was really outstanding because he challenged people. Today, he must have had ball three counts on 15 batters." Chicago, which won for the fifth time in seven games and the 15th time in 18 home games, made it 3-0 in the third when Andre Dawson, in a 3-for-47 slump, hit his 12th home run of the season and Domingo Ramos hit a run-scoring single. Philadelphia closed to within 3-2 in the fifth on Dickie Thon's RBI single and Steve Lake's sacrifice fly before the Cubs broke open the game with six runs in the bottom of the inning. Waterloo 2019 Crossroads Blvd. 234-3588 fridavs major league baseball By The Associated Press American League Athletics S, Angela 0 It's big-series time in the American League West and the first game went to the Oakland Athletics. Mike Moore scattered eight hits and Tony Phillips hit a two-run homer as Oakland moved back into first place with a 5-0 victory over the California Angees. The opener of a three-game series between the division leaders drew 61,696. Moore, 15-6, won for the seventh time in eight decisions, getting his fifth complete game and second shutout. "At first, it felt like I hadn't been out there for a while. I felt almost too strong," said Moore, who hadn't pitched since last Saturday. "I tried to approach this like any other game, although I was pretty focused." Moore is 3-0 against California this year, holding the Angels to four runs in 31 innings over four starts. "He's one of the best pitchers we've faced," California manager Doug Rader said. "He's been a fine acquisition on Oakland's part." . Mike Witt, 7-10, remained winless in six starts since July 9. He gave up eights and five runs in seven innings. Walt Weiss singled in a run in the fifth to put Oakland ahead. Phillips hit a two-run homer in the sixth and the Athletics added two runs in the seventh on Carney Lansford's homer and Dave Parker's RBI double. Royals 6, Blue Jays 2 Bret Saberhagen, 13-5, pitched a six-hitter at Royals Stadium for his 10th victory in II decisions. He struck out nine, walked one and had a shutout until Fred McGriff hit his 31st home run with two outs in the ninth. Mike Flanagan, 6-8, gave up 10 hits and four runs in seven-plus innings. Red Sox 6-1, Orioles 4-4 Roger Clemens, returning from a sore elbow, allowed three hits in seven innings in the first game but Pete Hamisch, 2-5, pitched a three-hitter in the second game for his first career complete game. Clemens, 12-8, struck out eight, walked five and allowed two runs and threw 123 pitches, sending Baltimore to its 17th loss in 22 games. Bob Milacki, 6-10, lost the first game and Mike Smithson, 6-10, lost nnnpo RADIAL Steel Belted Strength ...All Season Tread ttlff afiafft P15580R13 a? If faff J Whitewall. J a W No trade needed. mimm. I 1 1 mvmu. I ml Nwd.d Ntadod P16580R13 141.17 P20575R15 555 U P1B580R13 545.35 P21576RI5 561.75 P18575R14 $50 2 P22575R1S 565 5 P19575R14 562 57 P23575R15 565.47 P20575R14 155.72 I 30 T0 70 QFF Official Goodyear Pit Stop Shoppe Racing Apparel Just Say Charge Itl You may uee Goodyear'i own credit card . or: American Express Carte Blanche Diners Club Discover Card MasterCard VISA RAIN CHECK If we sell out of your size we will issue you a rain check, assuring future delivery at the advertised price. the second for the visiting Red Sox. Yankees 11, Twins 3 Steve Balboni hit a pair of two-run homers in the Metrodome, Bob Geren homered once and Roberto Kelly and Steve Sax each had four of New York's season-high 18 hits. Walt Terrell, 1-2, won for the first time since San Diego traded him to New York on July 22. Dave Righetti got four outs for his 19th save. Shane Rawley, 5-10, gave up 12 hits in seven innings, losing to the Yankees for the first time in six career decisions. Indians 5-7, Brewers 0-8 John Farrell, 7-11, pitched a six-hitter for his first career shutout in the first game and Joe Carter hit a two-run homer. Carter added a solo homer and a two-run homer in the second game, giving him 25 homers and 78 RBIs. Charlie O'Brien drove in three runs in the second game and Mark Knudson, 3-3, won despite allowing three home runs. Jaime Navarro, 3-5, lost the first game for the visiting Brewers and Ed Wojna, 0-1, lost the second. Dan Plesac got the final out of the second game for his league-leading 28th save. Rangers 7, Tigers 3 Julio Franco's two-run homer keyed a six-run second inning at Arlington Stadium and Kevin Brown, 11-6, won his fourth consecutive decision. Pete Incaviglia, Jack Daugherty and Ruben Sierra hit solo homers for the Rangers, who won their third straight. Whits Sox 9, Mariners 6 Mike Jackson walked Daryl Boston with the bases loaded in the 10th inning in the Kingdome and Steve Lyons followed with three-run double. Greg Briley homered twice for the Mariners. Bobby Thigpen, 2-4, pitched 21 innings of one-hit relief for the victory. Mike Schooler, 2-2, was the loser. National League Giants 10, Dodgers 2 Matt Williams learned a lot in the minor leagues. Most of all, he learned he likes the majors a lot better. Williams drove in six runs with a grand slam and a two-run homer f CUSTOM POLYSTEEL RADIAL Wet Surface Traction... Smooth, Comfortable Ride TT V JT No trade needed. WHITFWAU. 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Kevin Mitchell added his major-league leading 37th homer as the 'Giants pounded out 13 hits against four Dodger pitchers. ''Going down to Phoenix, I learned the strike zone a little better. I ; learned that when you get one strike on you the pitcher's still got to throw it in there again and you don't have to swing at it if it's not over the plate," Williams said. "I think the No. 1 thing is confidence. He's got a lot more con f idence in himself now," Giants manager Roger Craig said. "He's more disciplined than he was. He doesn't swing at the bad breaking ball as often as he used to." San Francisco's Mike LaCoss, 7-7, coasted through seven innings, allowing seven hits in seven innings. Craig Lefferts go the last three outs. "As good as Williams looked tonight, he can look that bad for a week on breaking balls," loser Tim Belcher, 8-11, said. "He hasn't v learned to hit the breaking pitch yet, but he's learned to stay off them, making him a better hitter. "I'm a dead-fastball pitcher and he's a dead-fastball hitter. I went after him and didn't locate the fastball well. He did." Reds 6, Astros 1 Eric Davis hit two homers to drive in three runs as visiting Cincinnati beat Houston, sending the Astros to their eighth loss ' in 11 games. Davis, who has 25 homers for the season, has six home runs in his last eight games. Tim Leary, 8-9, allowed six hits and one run in 7Va innings and Rob Dibble finished for his second save. r mi SQ8.32 0 When you buy 2 or 4 Eagla Radial Now through September 3. Authentic Euro-styted shirts, sweaters. ana lacnets maiiaim oniy ai uoooyur stores and participating retailers. Rick Rhoden, 1-4, took the loss. Davis is 7-for-16 lifetime against Rhoden with five homers. Expos 4, Pirates 1 Mark Langston pitched a six-hitter and Andres Galarraga hit his 17th homer as Montreal snapped a season-high seven-game losing streak by defeating Pittsburgh at Olympic Stadium. The victory kept the second-place Expos 2Mi games behind Chicago in the NL East. Langston, 10-3, has won eight of his last nine decisions, and has a 109 earned-run average in his last four starts. The left-hander struck out four and walked two for his fifth complete game with the Expos. In 118Vj innings, Langston has 117 strikeouts and is tied with Kevin Gross for the club lead. Cardinals 3, Mats 0 Scott Ter- ry pitched one-hit ball for six innings and St. Louis spoiled Frank Viola's home debut, beating New York at Shea Stadium. Terry and Ken Dayley combined on a three-hitter as the Cardinals cooled of f New York on a chilly, rainy evening. They teamed for St. Louis' league-leading 15th shutout and sent the Mets to only their second loss in nine games. New York slipped 4V games behind first-place Chicago in the NL East while St. Louis remained 51 back. Pedro Guerrero drove in two runs for the Cardinals, and is hitting .425 this season with runners in scoring position. 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