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THE SALINA JOURNAL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1997 PB MLB standings Baltimore Boston New York Toronto Detroit Cleveland Kansas City Milwaukee Minnesota Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L 18 14 15 12 11 Ontral Division W L 14 13 13 13 12 12 B 12 H 14 17 12 17 IB Pel. .692 538 517 .461 .393 Pel. .519 .500 .500 .414 .333 GB GB West Division W L Pet. GB Seatlle 17 11 .607 — Texas 14 11 .560 1'i Anaheim 13 13 .500 3 Oakland 14 15 .483 3'h Friday's Games Anaheim at Chicago White Sox, ppd.. rain Detroit at Cleveland, ppd., rain Baltimore 7, Oakland 1 Minnesota 3, Toronto 2, 10 innings N.Y. Yankees 9, Kansas City 1 Boston 5, Texas 4 Seattle B, Milwaukee 1 Saturday's Games Toronto 6, Minnesota 5 Cleveland 7, Detroit 6 Oakland 4. Baltimore 3 Anaheim 3, Chicago While Sox 2, 1st game Chicago White Sox 4, Anaheim 2. 2nd game Kansas City 2, N.Y. Yankees 1 Boston at Texas, (n) Milwaukee at Seattle, (n) Sunday's Games Detroit (Blair 2-2) at Cleveland (Nagy 4-1). 12:05 p.m. Minnesota (Tewksbury 1-4) at Toronto (Hent' gen 1-1). 12:05 p.m. Oakland (Prielo 2-1) at Baltimore (Copplnger 0X1), 12:35 p.m. Anaheim (Hasegawa 1-1) at Chicago WhRe Sox (Navarre 2-1), 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Rogers 2-1) at Kansas City (Rusch 2-1), 1:05 p.m. Boston (Wasdin 0-0) at Texas (Wilt 5-0), 2:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Eldred 3-2) at Seattle (Moyer 00), 3:35 p.m. Atlanta Florida Montreal New York Philadelphia Houston Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago 12 12 15 18 NATIONAL LEAGUE Eait Division W L 20 8 15 14 14 9 Central Division W L 16 12 15 13 12 16 9 19 6 21 West Division W L 19 e 17 10 15 11 10 16 Pet. .714 .556 .538 .483 .333 Pet. .571 .536 .429 .321 .222 GB Wfi T—3:32 A—45,750 (48,079) BLUE JAYS 6, TWINS 5 MINNESOTA TORONTO ab r h bl »b r h bl Knblcl, 2b 4122 Nixon cl 3101 Becker cf 5000 AGnzIz ss 4111 Molitor db 4000 Merced it 5031 GMyrsc 4011 Carter 1b 2001 Lawton It 4010 Sprgue 3b 2110 RKelly rt 4220 Samuel rjh 3000 Brede tb 4220 CDIgdo dh 1011 Hcklng ss 3000 Sntlago c 4121 TWalkr 3b 1000 Brmfld It 4110 Coomer 3b 3022 COrcia 2b 3110 Meares ss 0000 Totals 36 510 5 Totals 31 610 6 Minnesota 100 010 102—5 Toronto 010 000 401—6 Two outs when winning run scored. DP—Minnesota 1. LOB—Minnesota 6. Toronto 10. 2B—Lawton (11), Merced (10), Sprague (14), CDelgado (2). SB—Knoblauch 2 (13). RKelly (2). Brede (2). CS—Carter (2). S— Hocking, AGonzalez. SF—Nixon, Carter. IP H HER BB SO Minnesota Robertson 6 62233 Trombley 0 12210 Guardado 1-30 0 0 0 0 Naulty 2-321101 Ritchie L.2-3 1 11110 Swindell 2-300010 Olson 0 00020 Toronto Guzman 4 21115 Spol|aric 22-3 3 2 2 0 2 Timlin 11-32 0 0 0 1 Ouantrlll W.4-2 1 32200 Robertson pitched to 1 baiter in the 7lh, Trombley pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, Ritchie pitched to 1 batter in the 9lh, Olson pitched to 2 baiters In the 9th. Umpires—Home, Ford: First, Reilly; Second. Hickox; Third, Garcia. T—3:14. A—29.150(51,000). Pndllon 3b CGrJwin pr Boone 2h JOIvor c Brnson 2b Smiley p Stiawp Tbnsee ph EduPrz ph Bmtley p Totals Cincinnati San Francisco 3000 0000 1000 3010 4100 3000 0000 0000 1100 0000 Poole p MLewls 2b Mueller 3b Jensen c Borwd ph Vnlndn p Javier ph RRdrgz p Tvarez p Snow 1b 33 3 6 3 Totals 0000 4121 4010 3010 1000 2000 1000 0000 0000 1010 36 1 9 1 000 000 012—3 000 000 001—1 E—Larkln (3), Pendleton'(2). MLewls (3). RRodrtguez (1). Tavarez (1). DP—Cincinnati 1. San Francisco 1. LOB—Cincinnati 10. San Francisco 9. 2B—DSanders (5). 38— DSanders (5). HR—MLewis (3). SB—Powell (1). S-LHarris. SF—HMorris. IP H RER BB SO ANAHEIM ANGELS 3, WHITE SOX 2 First game Erstad 1b OPmro cl Edmnd cl Holllns 3b Leyritz c Salmon rt GAndsn II EMrrydh Pet. .704 .630 .577 .385 GB Colorado San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Friday's Games Pittsburgh 3, Atlanta 2 N.Y. Mats 7, St. Louis 4 Houston 2, Florida 1 Philadelphia 7, Colorado 4 Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 2 Montreal 5, San Diego 4 Los Angeles 8, Chicago Cubs 7,10 Innings Saturday's Games N.Y. Mels 5, St. Louis 1 Colorado 7, Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 3, San Francisco t Pittsburgh 3, Atlanta 0 Florida at Houston, (n) Chicago Cubs at Los Angeles, (n) Montreal at San Diego, (n) Sunday's Games Pittsburgh (Cordova 1-2) at Atlanta (Wade 01), 12:10 p.m. St. Louis (Stottlemyre 0-1) at N.Y. Mels (Clark 3-1), 12:40 p.m. Philadelphia (Maduro 2-2) at Colorado (Bailey 3-1), 2:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Trachsel 1-3) at Los Angeles (Park 1-1), 3:05 p.m. Montreal (Bullinger 1-4) at San Diego (Bergman 1-1), 3:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Morgan 0-3) at San Francisco (Rueter 1-0), 3:05 p.m. Florida (Brown 3-1) at Houston (Garcia 2-0), 7:05 p.m. American League ROYALS 2, YANKEES 1 NEW YORK KANSAS CITY abrhbl 3010 Otlrmn 2b 4010 JBell ss 4110 3010 4020 0000 4010 4001 4010 Grbeck ss Howell ph DiScna ss Totali Anaheim Chicago abrhbl 3001 0000 4000 4000 4110 4010 4021 4110 4120 1000 1011 0000 Phillips rl Drham 2b FThms 1b Belle It LMoutn dh Snopek 3b Balnes ph NMartn 3b DLowis cl Kreuter ph Krkvcec DaMtnz ph OGuiln ss 33 3 B 3 Totals CHICAGO ab r h bi 3110 5022 4020 5010 4010 3010 0000 1000 3000 1110 2000 0000 4020 35 211 2 001 000 011—3 000 000 002—2 DP—Anaheim 1. LOB—Anaheim 5, Chicago 11. 2B—GAnderson (2), Howell (1), FThomas (6), Kreuter (2), OGuillen (4). 3B—Alicea (3). SB—OPalmeiro (1), Leyritz (1). CS—LMouton (1). S—Phillips. SF—Erstad. IP H HER BB Anaheim Watson W.1-2 PHarrls Holtz James DeLucia S,1 Chicago Baldwin L.0-4 TCastillo Simas Bertotti Baldwin pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. HBP—by James (FThomas). WP—Baldwin. PB—Karkovice. Umpires—Home. Clark; First, Morrison; Second, Bamett; Third, Kosc. T—2:45. A—N/A(44,32t). Cincinnati Smiley W.2-5 7 70008 Shaw t 00010 BranlleyS.1 1 21102 San Francisco VnLandinghm 7 40022 RRdrgzL.2-2 2-301020 Tavarez 1-312000 Poole 1 10010 Tavarez pitched to 2 batters In the 9th. Balk—Vnt.andtnghm. Umpires—Home. Rippley; First. Williams, C.; Second. Hirschbeck, M.; Third. Froemming. T—2:50. A—18.149 (62.000). DP—S-ln Diego 2 LOB —Monlreat 6, San Diego 13 2B-OVeras (6). GVaughn (2) HR—Grudzielanek (1). RWhito (5). Gwynn (6). CrJorws (I) SB—Lansing |3|. HRodriguoz (1). QVcras, 2 (6), Gwynn 2 (4) S --Stankiewicz. SF—Widgor. Montreal Juden Tellord DVeresW.1-0 Urblna S,3 San Diego Valonzuela Bochller L.0-1 HBP—by Jui IP 6 2-3 2-3 12-3 7 2 H RER BB SO (OVeras). WP—Juden. Bochller. PB—Wldger. Umpires—First. Davidson. Second, Gorman: Third, Bonln. T—3:18. A—22.503(59,772). Alnswrt ct KYng 3b PIRATES 3, BRAVES 0 PITTSBURGH ATLANTA ab r h bl 3010 5010 AMartn II 3000 MaJhsn 1b 4110 4010 2100 4001 4121 3000 1011 0000 Elsler ss Kendall c JGIIen rl Randa 2b Loalza p MCmgs ph Rincon p Lofton d Tucker rl ChJnes 3b McGrtl 1b Klesko II JLopezc Grflnno pr Clontz p Byrdp Embre p Lemke 2b Blauser ss Glavine p Lckhrt ph EddPrz c 33 3 7 3 Totals SO 2-3 1-3 2-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 H RER BB SO ab r h bl 4000 3010 4000 3000 2000 3000 0000 0000 0000 0000 3000 3030 1000 1000 0000 Totals 33 3 7 3 Totals 27 0 4 0 Pittsburgh 000 010 002-3 Atlanta 000 000 000-0 E—Elster (1), Clontz (1). DP—Pittsburgh 3. LOB—Pittsburgh 9, Atlanta 4. 2B—MCum- mings (4). 3B—Blauser (2). CS—Blauser (1). S—Kendall. Glavine. IP Pittsburgh LoaizaW,3-0 8 40023 Rincon S.2 1 00010 Atlanta Glavine L.4-1 8 51134 Clontz 1-322210 Byrd 1-30001 1 Embree 1-300001 Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Dreckman; Second, Danley; Third, Layne. T—2:37. A—46,602 (50.000). Late boxscores AMERICAN LEAGUE YANKEES 9, ROYALS 1 NEW YORK KANSAS CITY abrhbl 2101 4000 0000 3222 4122 1011 3000 1 REDS 6, GIANTS 2 CINCINNATI SAN FRAN abrhbl 503 5121 5120 5211 0000 4120 3012 4111 2000 2000 3010 0000 0000 0000 38 613 6 Totals Powell cl Snow 1b GHill rl Bonds II Kent 2b MLewis 3b RWIkns c Aurilia ss Roap OFmdz p Poole p Vzcaino ss DSndrs cl LHrris 2b Larkin ss Tbnsee c Bmtiey p HMoris 1b Pndlton 3b WGrne II CGdwin rt Boone 2b Schrek p Bmson ph Shawp JOIver c Totals 38 613 6 Totals 31 't 3 2 Cincinnati 010 004 001-6 San Francisco 001 000 100—2 E—Pendleton (1). GHill (3). LOB—Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 4. 2B—DSanders (4), HMor- ris (7), WGreene (5). HR—LHarris (1). Taubensee (4), Powell (1). Bonds (4). SB— Schourek (1). Kent (1). CS—DSanders (3). LHarris (1), HMorris (1). ab r h bl 4111 4000 4000 4111 3010 3000 3000 3000 0000 2000 0000 1000 IP H RER BB SO Raines If BoggsSb 'BeWmscI Kingtb CDavis dh Vitiello If Damon If Dye if Pquelte 3b MiSwyc abrhbl 4010 3011 3100 3010 3011 1000 3000 3010 3000 3110 ANAHEIM OPmro cf Alicea 2b Edmnd1b Salmon rf GAndsn If EMrrydh Howell 3b Fbrgas c DIScna ss Totali Anaheim Chicago WHITE SOX 4, ANGELS 2 Second game CHICAGO abrhbi 4010 3100 4010 4001 4000 3000 3111 3000 3000 Phillips rf Drham 2b FThms Ib DLewis cf Belle II Balnes dh Snopek 3b DaMtnz cf Penac OGuiln ss 31 2 3 2 Totals 001 101 abrhbl 4010 4233 1000 1000 2 0 4 0 4 0 40 0 4 1 3 1 31 4 9 4 000 001-2 200 OOx—4 Raines If Boggs 3b Hayes 3b BeWms cf TMrtnz tb Whiten rt Fielder dh PKelly dh O'Neill rf Jeter ss Duncan 2b Sojo 2b Girardi c Totali New York Offrmn 2b Roberts II DHwrd rl JBell ss King Ib CDavis dh Cooper 3b 0 0 Pquelte 3b 0 0 Spehrc 0 0 MiSwyc 3000 TGdwin d Damon rt t 1 1 1 ab r h bl 3010 3000 2000 3000 3010 3010 3010 1000 2000 2000 2110 4021 1 1 Cincinnati Schourek W.2-2 7 Shaw I Braritley 1 San Francisco OFrndz L.3-2 5 Poole 2 Roa 2 OFemandez pitched to 5 batters In the 6lh. Umpires—Home, Froemming; First. Rippley; Second. Williams, C.; Third, Hirschbeck, M.. T—2:47. A—11.959 (62,000), 3 0 0 10 2 1 33 9 7 8 Totals 31 1 7 1 000 200 025—9 Kansas City 000 010 000-1 E—Duncan (3), JBell (3), RVeres (1). DP— New York 3. LOB—New York 5, Kansas City 10. 2B—BeWilllams (10). Whiten (5), Damon (3). HH—BeWilllams (3), TMartinez (10). SB— BeWilliams (3). S-vJeter, Otferman. SF— Raines. DODGERS B, CUBS 7 CHICAGO LOS ANGELES ab r h bl 4220 5000 4122 5012 3000 0000 0000 1000 5110 0000 0000 2120 2010 4110 0000 2010 1113 2000 abrhbl 6120 6330 4233 0101 4110 4012 5011 3000 3001 2000 0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 Totals 40712 7 Totals 39 811 8 Chicago 100 006 000 0—7 Los Angeles 301 000 201 1-8 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Sosa (2). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB— Chicago 9, Los Angeles 11. 2B—McRae (6), Sosa (6), Glanville (3), DCIark (2), WGuerrero (4), Gagne (5), Karros (5). Mondesi (3). Hoi- landsworth (5). HR—Piazza (5). SB—Mondesi (6). SF—MaGrace, Prince. The Associated Press Detroit Tigers designated hitter Bubba Trammell is tagged out at home by Cleveland Indians catcher Sandy Alomar in the seventh inning of Saturday's game. Trammell tried to score from third base on a grounder by Brian Hunter. Giambi's homer sinks O's McRae cl Dnston ss MaGrc Ib Sosart Kschnc II Bllnlld p TAdms p Servais c Huston c Rojas p Sndbrg 2b Hansen 3b Glnville II Snchez 2b Pttrson p Timacop DCIark ph JHmdz 3b WGrero 2b Gagne ss Piazza c Prince c Karros 1b Mndesi rf Hlndsw II Zeile 3b Kirby cl RMrtnz p Drilort p Hale ph Rdnsky p Guthrie p Ashley ph Butler pr Hallp Liriano ph Cndiotli p 40712 7 Totals IP H RER BB SO IP H RER BB SO i Fielder dh 'Welly dh ^O'Neill rt "Jeter ss . Duncan 2b Glrardi c 3000 TGdwin cf ' Whiten ph 1000 Totlll 34 1 8 1 ToUli 29 2 6 2 New York 000 001 000—1 Kansas City 001 001 OOx— 2 E-^Jeter (2). DP— New York 2, Kansas City 1. LOB— New York 8, Kansas City 6. 2B-^JBell . (4), Vitiello (4). IP H RER BB SO • Ntw York tPettitte L.5-1 8 62133 Kansas City ' BolcherW,3-3 9 81123 ' -Umpires— Home, Culbreth; First, Coder" Strom; Second, Coble; Third, McClelland. - .1-2:29. A-25,585 (40,625). INDIANS 7, TIGERS 6 '.DETROIT CLEVELAND ' abrhbl 5121 4100 4112 2113 4000 3000 2000 1000 3110 0 t 0 0 0000 2000 1000 31 6 5 6 ToUli Vizquelss TFmdz 2b Thome 1b MaWm 3b Justice If Rmirez rf Curtis pr JuFrco dh Giles d SAImrc abrhbl 4122 4111 4000 5221 4011 4010 0100 2111 4110 4011 'BLHntrct Easley 2b Frymn 3b ToCIrk 1b Hggnsn II • Nleves rt Tramlldh ' Pride dh ^ BJhnsn c \ Qlvarespr • Csnora c •OCruzss ' JoReed2b 35 710 7 Dttrolt 005 000 001-6 :CI«v«lind 102 000 022-7 p Two outs when winning run scored. ' E— DCruz (2), Ogea (2). DP— Cleveland 1. 'LOB— Detroit 5, Cleveland 12. 2B— Vlzquel '(8). HR— ToClark (9), TFernandez (2), SB— ,BLHunter 2 (13), Vlzquel (9). S— DCruz, SAIo- •>mar. SF— Justice. H R ER BB SO ; '. Detroit [Moehler .JCummlngs .Micell '. HJIMyers :: Brocail L.0-3 ; . Clsvsland 5 1 11-3 2-3 2-3 7 2 - Plunk W, 1-2 HBP—by Moehler (Thome). WP—Brocail. Plunk. PB—Casanova. . Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Tschlda; Second, Denkinger; Third, Shulock. T—3:38. A—42,469 (42.400). ATHLETICS 4, ORIOLES 3 OAKLAND BALTIMORE * abrhbl ibrhbl 'Mshorecl 4110 ByAdsncf 4010 •.Qlambill 5122 RAImrZb 3010 'EnYngcf 0000 Rboulelpr 0000 Berroa dh 4000 EDavis rf 4 1 1 0 McGwr Ib 2000 RPmro 1b 4010 i Stairs rl 3000 CRipkn 3b 4112 JSpiezio2b 4111 Incvgladh 5121 'ftoslus3b 4120 Surhoffll 4020 .Bmlgalss 2000 Hoilesc 3000 <Mgdan3b 2000 Wbslerc 0000 'Maynec 3011 Bordickss 4000 : Molina c 1000 ' Totals 34 4 7 4 Totals 35 3 9 3 Oakland MO 010 102—4 'UUinor* 000 003 000—3 .'LOB—Oakland 8, Baltimore 12.2B~-Mashore •• (4), Mayne (2). HR-Giambl (4), Splezio (4), : ' CRipken (6), Incaviglia (3). S—RAIomar. IP H RER BB SO , Oakland Mohler 61-3 7 3 3 3 2 'ASmallW,4-0 12-3 1 00 1 0 'Groom 1-3000 I 0 Taylor S,6 2-310010 Baltimore -Mussina 61-3 4 2 2 2 7 ToMathewa 1-310010 Orosco 1-300000 ABenitez 0 00020 •Rhodes 1 00000 ' RaMyere UO-1 1 22200 ' ABenltez pitched to 2 baiters In the 8th. " Umpires—Home, O'Nora; First, McKean; Second, Hendry; Third, Hirschbeck. E—Durham (3). DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Ana- helm 3, Chicago 7. 2B—Phillips (4), Durham (5). HR—Hcwell (2), Durham (2). SB—Durham (8). SF—Belle. IP H RER BB SO Anaheim DSpringer L.0-1 32-3 8 4 4 3 1 DaMay 41-3 1 0 0 0 3 Chicago DrabekW,2-3 7 21104 TCastillo 1 00001 RHemandezS,4 1 11111 WP—Drabek 2. Umpires—Home, Morrison; First, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Clark. T—2:37. A—24,004(44,321). National League METS S, CARDINALS 1 ST. LOUIS NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl DeShld2b 4010 Everett cf 4022 Clayton ss 4000 MFrco 3b 2000 Lnkfrd cf 4000 Alfonzo 3b 1000 Ganllf 3110 Olerudlb -4121 BJordn rl 1000 Hndley c 2112 Mabry rt 4021 Gllkey If 4000 DYng Ib 4030 Kswda p 0000 Lmpklnc 3010 Huskeyrt 4000 Shatter3b 1000 BaergaSb 4240 Gallego 3b 2000 Ordnez ss 3000 McGee ph 1000 RReed p 2000 Ragglo p 0000 Bleser II 0100 AnBens p 2000 Difellce c 0000 Gaettl 3b 1 0 0 0 ToUli 34 1 6 1 ToUli 30 5 9 5 St. Louis 000 010 000—1 New York 000 111 20K-5 DP—St. Louis 1. LOB—St. Louis 6, New York 6. 2B—Baerga 2 (6). 3B—Oanl (2). HR—Olerud (4), Hundley (7). SB—Everett (4). CS—Everett (1). S—Ordonez. New York ConeW,3-2 7 51156 Nelson 0 10010 Stanton 2-30 0 0.0 0 MRivera S,9 11-310001 Kansas City PittSley L.0-2 72-3 4 4 4 4 1 JWalker 1-3021 1 1 RVeres 1-323000 MlWilllams 2-310012 Nelson pitched to 2 baiters In the 8th, JWalk- er pitched to 2 batters in the 9th. Umpires—Home, McClelland; First, Culbreth; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Coble. T—3:34. A—24,258 (40,625). MARINERS 8, BREWERS 1 MILWAUKEE SEATTLE abrhbl 4000 Cora 2b 4000 ARdrgz ss 4010 GrtyJrcl 3000 4111 4010 3000 2000 3000 31 1 3 1 Loretla ss DiazSb Cirillo 3b Jaha dh Mleske rt Nwfield If GeWms cf Mlheny c Unroe Ib Totali Milwaukee Seattle EMrtnz dh Buhner rl Srrento 1b DaWlsn c RDavis 3b Tlnslsy II Totals IP H RER BB SO St. Louis AnBenes L.1-1 Ragglo Ntw York RReed W.3-1 Kashiwada Umpires—Home, Tata; First, Davis; Second, Hernandez; Third, Rapuano. T—2:26. A—16,248 (55,601). ROCKIES 7, PHILLIES 3 PHILA Jfferies If Selcik2b Rolen 3b Daulton rt Parent c Lbrthalc BrognaIb COLORADO •brhbl EcYng2b Burks cl Ib r h bl 4010 4000 4110 LWalkrrl 4010 Glrrga Ib 3000 Bchette If Dipoto p MMunzp SReedp Caslilla 3b JeReed c Weiss ss Wright p 1000 3210 1000 0000 4022 1000 0000 0000 McCkn cf 1000 0000 0000 1000 31 3 6 2 Totals 3222 4122 5000 50 t 1 3011 0000 0000 0000 4100 2210 2100 2001 1000 Mrndnl ph Stocker ss Prlugal p Rffcorn p Mimbs p DaMay ph Plnlnbr p RHrris p Amaro ph Totals 31 3 6 2 Totals 31 7 7 7 Philadelphia 010 000 110—3 Colorado 002 220 01»-7 E—Selclk (2). Castilla (3), McCracken (1). DP—Philadelphia 1, Colorado 2. LOB— Philadelphia 6, Colorado 9. 2B—Brogna (9), EcYoung 2 (10), Burks (3). SB—Morandini (8), LWalker (10). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Portugal L.0-2 3 42230 Rutfcorn 12-3 1 4 2 6 2 Mimbs 11-30 0 0 0 1 Plantenberg 12-3 2 1 1 0 0 RHarris 1-30000 1 Colorado Wright W.4-1 7 42244 Dipoto 2-31 1 000 MMunoz 1-31 0000 SReed 1 00001 HBP—by SReed (Morandini). Balk—Wright, Rutfcorn. Umpires—Home, Relilord; First, DeMuth; Second, Meals; Third. Darling. T-2:51.A-48,050 (50,200). REDS 3, GIANTS 1 CINCINNATI SAN FRAN abrhbl abrhbl DSndrs cf 5021 Powell cl 4 0 t 0 HMoris Ib 3111 RWIkns ph 1000 Larkln ss 3000 Vzcaino ss 4000 LHrris rf 4021 GHill rf 4000 WGrne II 3000 Bonds II 3030 Siena If 0000 Kent Ib 4000 ab r h bl 3110 5112 2123 3110 3000 4120 4113 4110 4110 32 8108 000 000 100-1 000 323 OOx—8 E—ARodriguez (6). DP—Milwaukee 1. LOB—Milwaukee 5, Seattle 6. 2B—Cirillo (8), Sorrento (6), RDavis (10). HR—Mieske (1), ARodriguez (5), Griffey Jr (14), DaWilson (1). S—Cora IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee D'AmlcoL,0-2 5 65534 Maloney 3 43313 Saattla RaJhsnW,4-0 8 3 1 1 1 11 Ayala 1 00000 HBP—by Ayala (Jaha), by D'Amlco (Buhner). WP—D'Amlco. UmpNes—Home, McCoy; First, Craft; Second, Meriwether; Third, Evans. T—2:34. A—37,430 (58,879). RED SOX 5, RANGERS 4 BOSTON TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Grcprr ss 5010 McLmr 2b 5100 Crdero II 5220 IRdrgz c 5140 MVghnlb 2111 Greerll 4021 Frye pr 0100 JuGnlz dh 5000 Slcumbp 0000 WCIarktb 4011 Jlfrson dh 3021 Palmer 3b 3000 Stanley dh 1001 LStvns rt 1100 Nhiing 3b 5000 Dvraux rf 1000 Olry rf 3010 Buford cl 4112 JhValln 2b 5 1 2 1 Gil ss 2000 Hltberg c 3021 Mack pr 0000 Hslman c 1000 Bragg cl 2010 Totals 35 512 S Totals 34 4 8 4 Boston 100 110 101—5 Texas 001 002 100-4 E—MVaughn (6), Buford (1). DP—Boston 1, Texas 2. LOB—Boston 12, Texas 9. 2B—Hal- leberg (4), WCIark (2). HR—MVaughn (7), Bulord (2). CS—Jefferson (1). S—Bragg. SF— Stanley. Chicago Telemaco Botlenfield TAdams Rojas Patterson L, 1-2 Los Angelea RMartinez Dreifort Radinsky Guthrie Hall Candiotti W.3-1 2-3 IP H RER BB SO Boston Sele 51-3 5 3 3 5 5 Corsi 2-311100 BHenryW,2-1 2 10012 SlocumbS,4 1 10000 Texas Burkell 6 11 4 4 2 4 Gunderson 0 00010 Patterson L,2-3 2 01131 Wetteland t 10010 Corsi pitched to 1 batter in the 7(h, Burkett pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Gunderson pitched to 1 bailer in the 7th, Patterson pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. WP—Patterson. Umpires—Home. Barrett; First, Roe; Second, Merrill; Third, Scott. T—3:38. A—35,338 (48,100). NATIONAL LEAGUE EXPOS 5, PADRES 4 MONTREAL Grdzln ss Using 2b RWhite cf Segul Ib HRdrgz II Urbina p Obandort Sntriglo rt Widger c Strange 3b Judenp Stnkwc ph Telfoid p DVeres p Orsulak II Totals Montreal San Diego SAN DIEGO abrhbi 5112 4010 4121 2200 4030 0000 2001 1000 3001 4110 2000 0000 0000 0000 1010 32 5 9 5 Totali OVeras 2b Gomez ss Gwynn rt Cmlnitl 3b Shmprt pr GVghn II Leelb Bchller p Plntier ph Flhoity c CrJnes cl Vlnzela p Cnlicco 1b abrhbl 3110 4010 5232 3020 0000 5011 3000 0000 0000 5000 5111 3010 1010 37 411 4 100 100 210—5 200 100 100—4 51-3 9 5 5 3 4 2-32221 2 1 10010 1 00001 1 00000 1 00002 Bottenfield pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. WP—Bottenlield. Umpires—Home, Kellogg; First, Poncino; Second, Rieker; Third, Wendelsledt. T—3:38. A—41,313 (56,000). Baseball today By The Associated Press Sunday, May 4 SCOREBOARD Florida at Houston (7:05 p.m. CDT). Kevin Brown (3-1) pitches for Ihe Marlins against Ramon Garcia (2-0). STARS Friday • Butch Huskey, Mets, had three hits, including a two-run homer, In a 7-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. • Jimmy Key, Orioles, Improved to 5-0 for the first time with a 7-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics. • Rico Brogna, Phillies, hll grand slam In a 74 victory at Colorado. • Pete Schourek, Reds, struck out eight in seven innings In a 6-3 victory at San Francisco. • Randy Johnson, Mariners, won his 16th straight decision — one short of the AL record —• in an 8-1 victory over Milwaukee. STATS TonyGwynnoflheSanDlegoPadreswentS- for-5 against Montreal on Friday night, giving him 2,602 hits In his career and sole possession of 60th on the career list. He had been lied wilh Sieve Garvey. Rabbit Maranvllle Is 59th with 2,605. STREAKS The Minnesota Twins ended an eight-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night.... Randy Johnson has won 16 consecutive decision, one short of the AL record shared by Cleveland's Johnny Allen (1936-37) and Baltimore's Dave McNally (1968-69). The maior-league mark for consecutive decisions won Is 24 by Carl Hubboll of the New York Giants In 1936-37. SLUGGERS Ken Griffey Jr. hit his major-league leading 14th homer In Seattle's 8-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday nlghl. STARTERS Jimmy Key improved lo 5-0 lor the first lime in his career, allowing four hits in eight innings In Baltimore's 7-1 win over Oakland. STOPPERS Mel Ro|as, signed to a $13.75 million, three- year contract by the Chicago Cubs as a free agent last winter, has blown three ot live save chances after converting his final 23 last season with Montreal. SHUT OUT Juan Gonzalez, returning afler thumb surgery, went O-lor-5 in his first game of the season for Texas. STRIKEOUTS Seattle's Randy Johnson struck out 11 Milwaukee baiters on Friday nlghl, the 70lh lime in his career thai he has struck oul 10 or more in a game. STEALS The Cincinnati Reds, who converted 36 ol 42 steal attempts heading into Ihe game, saw three runners cut down at second while trying lo steal in Friday night's 6-2 victory at the San Francisco Giants. SIDELINED Lance Johnson, the second-leading batter on the New York Mets wilh a .296 average, was placed on Ihe 15-day disabled lisl Friday because ol shin splints. SCOUTING Reid Cornelius scattered six hits and struck out six as Portland (Marlins) beat Trenton (Red Sox) 3-1 Friday nighl in Ihe Eastern League — their seventh straight win. SPEAKING "I'm feeling great. My back and my body are getting stronger every time oul." — Seattle's Randy Johnson after striking out 11 in eight innings in an 8-1 victory over Milwaukee on Friday nighl. SEASONS May 4 1910 — The Browns and Cardinals bolh played home games In St. Louis, and President Tatt, not wanting to oflond either club, saw parts of each game at Robinson Field and Sportsman's Park. 1969 — The Houston Astros established an NL record with seven double plays againsl the San Francisco Giants. First baseman Curt Ble- try participated in all seven. 1969 — Bob Oliver ol the Kansas Cily Royals had six hits (lour singles, a double and liomui) against the Calilomia Angels. 1975 — Bob Watson ol the Houston Astros, sensing baseball history, raced around the bases on Milt May's home run and crossed the plate at Candlestick Park in time to score major league baseball's 1 millionth run, seconds ahead ol Dave Concepcion ol Cincinnati. Oakland's ninth-inning comeback results in Myers' first blown save By The Associated Press BALTIMORE — Jason Giambi's two-run home run off Randy Myers with two outs in the ninth inning Saturday sent the Oakland Athletics to a 4-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles. Myers (0-1) was 11-for-ll in save opportunities this season before blowing this one after getting two outs. Damon Mashore doubled and Giambi hit an 0-1 pitch over the center-field wall for his fourth homer. Aaron Small (4-0) pitched 1 2-3 scoreless innings, Buddy Groom got one out in the ninth and Billy Taylor finished for his sixth save. Baltimore loaded the bases with two outs, before Taylor retired Pete Incaviglia on a groundout. Cal Ripken and Incaviglia homered for the Orioles, whose winning streak ended at four games. After the game, Baltimore announced that starter Mike Mussina agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension. Indians 7, Tigers 6 CLEVELAND — Sandy Alomar's RBI single with two outs in the ninth lifted Cleveland to its 13th straight win over Detroit. The Tigers have lost 15 straight games at Jacobs Field, and are 1-19 at the ballpark. Detroit looked like it might end the slide in the ninth when the Tigers took a 6-5 lead on Brian Hunter's RBI single. But aided by a wild pitch from Doug Brocail (0-3) and a passed ball, the Indians tied it on David Justice's sacrifice fly before Alomar singled just over right fielder Melvin Nievers' glove. Eric Plunk (1-2), who allowed the Tigers to take the lead in the ninth, picked up the win. The game was played in a steady downpour, which left puddles all over the infield. Tony Clark hit a three-run homer for Detroit. Blue Jays 6, Twins 5 TORONTO — Gregg Olson walked Carlos Delgado on four pitches with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth. After the Twins had rallied to tie it with two runs in the ninth off winner Paul Quantrill (4-2), the Blue Jays took advantage of four walks — one intentional — off three Minnesota relievers in their half. The Twins have lost nine of 10. Todd Ritchie (2-3) was the loser. Orlando Merced went 3-for-5 with an RBI for Toronto. Angels 3, White Sox 2,1st game White Sox 4, Angels 2,2nd game CHICAGO — Doug Drabek combined with two relievers on a three-hitter and Ray Durham drove in three runs to give Chicago a split. In the first game, Allen Watson pitched seven shutout innings to lead the Angels. Durham, who hit a two-run single in the ninth inning of the first game, singled, homered and doubled in his first three at-bats in Game 2. He was 5-for-9 for the day with five RBIs. Drabek (2-3) gave up Anaheim's two hits before giving way to Tony Castillo, who pitched a perfect eighth. Roberto Hernandez got three outs for his fourth save. Knuckleballer Dennis Springer (0-1) took the second game loss, giving up eight hits in 3% innings. James Baldwin (0-4) lost the opener, giving up six hits over seven-plus innings. He walked one and struck out six. Mets 5, Cardinals 1 NEW YORK — Rick Reed pitched seven strong innings and Carlos Baerga went 4-for-4 Saturday, leading New York over the St. Louis Cardinals, the Mets' sixth win in seven games. John Olerud and Todd Hundley added solo homers as the Mets improved to 14-15. Reed (3-1) gave up one run and six hits before leaving for a pinch- hitter in the seventh. The right- hander struck out six, walked none and actually had his ERA rise from 1.03 to 1.07. Baerga, who entered the game hitting .181 and had been booed at home during his slow start this season, raised his average to .224 with a pair of doubles and two singles. St. Louis starter Andy Benes (11) allowed three runs and five hits in six innings. Rockies 7, Phillies 3 DENVER — Jamey Wright pitched seven effective innings for his fourth win and Colorado took advantage of nine walks. Wright (4-1) allowed four hits in seven innings, struck out four and walked four. The right-hander has won all four starts in which he has gone seven innings. Kevin Stocker had two RBI singles for Philadelphia. The Rockies didn't hit a home run for only third time this season, and managed only seven hits off five Philadelphia pitchers. Eric Young and Ellis Burks drove in two runs apiece for Colorado. Mark Portugal (0-2) took the loss. Reds 3, Giants 1 SAN FRANCISCO — Cincinnati scored three unearned runs, the first on Lenny Harris' suicide squeeze in the eighth. John Smiley (2-5) struck out a season-high eight in seven innings to snap a personal five-game losing streak. He gave up seven hits and didn't walk a batter as the Reds won their second straight after dropping nine of 10. Deion Sanders doubled and tripled for Cincinnati, just 9-19 this season. San Francisco has lost five of six and is 4-7 since a 13-3 start. Rich Rodriguez (2-2) started the eighth for the Giants after starter William VanLandingham pitched seven shutout innings. Pirates 3, Braves 0 ATLANTA — Esteban Loaiza outdueled Tom Glavine in a battle of unbeaten pitchers and Pittsburgh won a season-high third straight game. Loaiza (3-0) shut out the Braves on four hits over eight innings. Ricardo Rincon pitched the ninth for his second save. It was the first shutout loss this season for the Braves, the National League's top hitting team. Glavine (4-1) went eight innings, giving up one run and five hits. Glavine retired the first 12 before Mark Johnson opened the fifth with a single. Kevin Elster followed with another single and both runners advanced on a sacrifice by Jason Kendall. Johnson then scored on Jose Guillen's ground- out, ending a string of 18 consecutive scoreless innings by Glavine. The Pirates made it 3-0 in the ninth on Joe Randa's RBI single and a run-scoring double by Midre Cummings. LEAGUE LEADERS American League (Through Friday's Games) BATTING—Justice, Cleveland, .402; Roberts, Kansas City, .385; SAIomar, Cleveland, .372; BeWil- liams, New York, .354; Griffey Jr, Seattle, .352; ByAnderson, Baltimore, .352; Berroa, Oakland, .352. RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 26; BeWilliams, New York, 25; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 23; TMartinez, 'New York, 23; Garciaparra, Boston, 22; Jeler, New York, 22; Thome, Cleveland, 22; Fryman, Detroit, 22. RBI—TMartinez, New York, 36; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 33; ToClark, Detroit, 27; MaWilliams, Cleveland, 25; McGwire, Oakland, 25; O'Neill, New York, 22; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 21; BeWilliams, New York, 21; Fryman, Detroit, 21; Justice, Cleveland, 21. HITS—ARodriguez, Seattle, 41; BeWilliams, New York, 40; Garci- aparra, Boston, 39; TMartinez, New York, 39; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 37; IRodriguez, Texas, 35; Justice, Cleveland, 35; Roberts, Kansas City, 35. DOUBLES—Sprague, Toronto, 13; O'Neill, New York, 12; MaW- illiams, Cleveland, 11; Spiezio, Oakland, 10; Lawton, Minnesota, 10; ARodriguez, Seattle, 10; RDavis, Seattle, 10; BeWilliams, New York, 10. TRIPLES—Jeter, New York, 3; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 3; Vizquel Cleveland, 3; Durham, Chicago, 2; CGarcia, Toronto, 2; Offerman, Kansas City, 2; Fryman, Detroit, 2; Alicea, Anaheim, 2; ByAnder- son, Baltimore, 2; DaMartinez, Chicago, 2. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 14; McGwire, Oakland, 11; TMartinez, New York, 10; Justice, Cleveland, 9; ToClark, Detroit, 8; SAIomar, Cleveland, 8; MVaughn, Boston, 7; MaWilliams, Cleveland, 7. STOLEN BASES—BLHunter, Detroit, 11; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 11; Nixon, Toronto, 10; Buford, Texas, 9; Easley, Detroit, 8; TGoodwin, Kansas City, 8; Vizquel, Cleveland, 8. PITCHING (4 Decisions)—Pet- titte, New York, 5-0, 1.000,2.32; Fassero, Seattle, 4-0, 1.000, 2.85; RaJohnson, Seattle, 4-0, 1.000, 2.41; Witt, Texas, 5-0,1.000, 2.30; Key, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000, 2.21; Clemens, Toronto, 4-0, 1.000, 1.72; Dickson, Anaheim. 41, .800, 3.18;,Nagy, Cleveland, 41, .800, 4.99; Erickson, Baltimore, 4-1, .800,2.78. STRIKEOUTS—Cone, New York, 55; RaJohnson, Seattle, 50; Appier, Kansas City, 39; Radke, Minnesota, 35; Alvarez, Chicago, 34; Navarro, Chicago, 34; Karsay, Oakland, 30; Fassero, Seattle, 30; Nagy, Cleveland, 30; Burkett, Texas, 30. SAVES—RaMyers, Baltimore, 11; MRivera, New York, 9; Charlton, Seattle, 7; Wetteland, Texas, 6; Taylor, Oakland, 5; DoJones, Milwaukee, 5; Aguilera, Minnesota, 5. National League (Through Friday's Games) BATTING—LWalker, Colorado, .433; Blauser, Atlanta, .402; Tucker, Atlanta, .395; Gwynn, San Diego, .393; Lofton, Atlanta, .382; DSanders, Cincinnati, .379; Gagne, Los Angeles, .360; Butler, Los Angeles, .360. RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 31; Lofton, Atlanta, 26; Galarraga, Colorado, 22; EcYoung, Colorado, 21; Biggio, Houston, 21; Allensworth, Pittsburgh, 20; Castilla, Colorado, 20; Segui, Montreal, 20; LJohnson, New York, 20. RBI—Alou, Florida, 30; LWalker, Colorado, 29; Bagwell, Houston, 27; Kent, San Francisco, 26; Castilla, Colorado, 25; Bichette, Colorado, 25; Gwynn, San Diego, 24. HITS—Lofton, Atlanta, 47; DSanders, Cincinnati, 44; LWalk- er, Colorado, 42; Gwynn, San Diego, 42; Olerud, New York, 38; EcYoung, Colorado, 37; HRo- drlguez, Montreal, 37. DOUBLES—Grudzielanek, Montreal, 12; HRodriguez, Montreal, 12; Olerud, New York, 11; Kent, San Francisco, 10; Clayton, St. Louis, 9; Blauser, Atlanta, 9; GHill, San Francisco, 9. TRIPLES—WGuerrero, Los Angeles, 4; DSanders, Cincinnati, 4; Womack, Pittsburgh, 3; DeShields, St. Louis, 3; 15 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 11; Castilla, Colorado, 9; Bagwell, Houston, 8; Alou, Florida, 8; Lieberthal, Philadelphia, 7; JLopez, Atlanta, 7; 6 are tied with 6. STOLEN BASES—DSanders, Cincinnati, 19; LCastillo, Florida, 11; Womack, Pittsburgh, 11; Lofton, Atlanta, 11; LWalker, Colorado, 9; EcYoung, Colorado, 8; 5 are tied with 7. PITCHING (4 Decisions)—PJ- Martinez, Montreal, 4-0, 1.000, .31; Neagle, Atlanta, 4-0, 1.000, 4.15; Glavine, Atlanta, 4-0,1.000, 1.64; Estes, San Francisco, 4-1, .800, 2.76; CPerez, Montreal, 4-1, .800, 3.51; 7 are tied with 750. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Philadelphia, 49; Reynolds, Houston, 45; AlBenes, St. Louis, 42; • Nomo, Los Angeles, 42; Smoltz, Atlanta, 38; Gardner, San Francisco, 36; RMartinez, Los Angeles, 36. SAVES—Beck, San Francisco, 11; Nen, Florida, 7; Wohlers, At- . lanta, 7; ToWorrell, Los Angeles, 7; JoFranco, New York, 7; BWag- ner, Houston, 6; Ericks, Pittsburgh, 6; Bottalico, Philadelphia, 6; BRuffin, Colorado, 6; Eckersley, St. Louis, 6.

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