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x k i DETROIT FREE PRESS WWW.FREEP.COM BASEBALL TUESDAY. AJ'RIL 19. 2005 5D AL STANDINGS CENTRAL W-L PCT GB L10 STK HOME Chicago 8-4 .667 - 6-4 -1 4-2 Minnesota 8-4 .667 - 7-3 -1 4-2 Detroit 5-7 .417 3 4-6 2 3-3 Cleveland 5-7 .417 3 5-5 1 2-4 Kansas City 4-8 .333 4 3-7 -2 1-5 EAST W-L PCT GB L10 STK HOME Baltimore 8-4 .667 - 7-3 3 4-2 Boston 8-5 .615 V4 7-3 5 6-1 Toronto 8-6 .571 1 6-4 -2 2-1 New York 4-8 .333 4 2-8 -4 3-3 Tampa Bay 4-8 .333 4 4-6 -3 4-5 WEST W-L PCT GB 110 STK HOME Los Angeles 6-6 .500 - 5-5 -2 3-3 Oakland 6-6 .500 - 5-5 2 3-3 Seattle 6-6 .500 - 5-5 1 2-4 Texas 6-7 .462 Vi 5-5 1 3-4 MONDAY'S RESULTS Detroit at Baltimore, inc. Boston 12, Toronto, inc. Tampa Bay at New York, inc. Oakland at Texas, inc. Minnesota at Chicago, inc. Cleveland at Kansas City, inc. Seattle at Los Angeles, inc. TODAY'S GAMES AND PROBABLE STARTERS 2005 overall 2004 vs. opp. last 3 starts w-l era w-l Ip era w-l Ip ere Detroit at Robertson (0 0-1 3.75 0-1 12.0 3.75 Baltimore. 7:05 Ponson (r 1-1 13 50 1-1 8.2 1 3.50 Oakland at Btanton(rl 0-0 2.45 0-0 1.0 0.00 0-0 11.0 2.45 Tew 2:05 Astacio(r) 0-1 2.57 0-0 1.2 10 80 0-1 14 0 2 57 Cleveland at E1arton(r) 0-0 6 30 0-0 6.0 3.00 0-0 10.0 6 30 Kansas City, 2:10 Bautista(r) 1-1 5 56 0-1 4.0 1 3.50 1-1 11 1 5.56 Seattle at Moyer(l) 2-0 2 50 2-0 18.0 2.50 Los Angeles, 4:05 Gregg (r) 1-0 5 40 0-1 101 7.84 1-0 5.0 5.40 Toronto at Halladay(r 2-0 3.27 1-2 260 4.15 2-0 22.0 3.27 Boston. 7:05 Arroyo (r) 1-0 540 1-0 20.0 4.05 1-0 11.2 5.40 Tampa Say at Hendncksotl) 0-1 415 0-3 14.2 8.59 0-1 13.0 4.15 New York. 7:05 Johnaon (T) 1-0 4.74 0-1 6 0 7 50 1-0 1 9.0 4 74 Minnesota at Radke(r) 1-2 5.59 2-1 200 450 1-2 19.1 5.59 Chicago. B:0S Hemandez(r) 1-1 3.75 0-0 6.1 7.11 1-1 12.0 3.75 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Chicago at Detroit, 7:05 Kansas City at Minnesota, 8:10 Boston at Baltimore, 7:05 Oakland at Seattle, 1 0:05 New York at Toronto, 7:07 Cleveland at Los Angeles, 1 0:05 Texas at Tampa Bay, 7:15 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 6, KANSAS CITY 1 OAKLAND 7, Los Angeles 6 BALTIMORE 8, New York 4 Seattle 5, CHICAGO 4 BOSTON 3, Tampa Bay 1 TEXAS 6, Toronto 5 CLEVELAND 2, Minnesota 1 Home teams In CAPITALS NL STANDINGS EAST W-L PCT GB L10 STK HOME Washington 8-4 .667 - 7-3 5 3-0 Atlanta 6-6 .500 2 5-5 -2 3-3 Florida 6-6 .500 2 5-5 1 5-4 New York 6-6 .500 2 6-4 -1 5-1 Philadelphia 6-6 .500 2 5-5 2 3-3 CENTRAL W-L PCT GB L10 STK HOME St. Louis 6-4 .600 - 6-4 3 2-3 Cincinnati 6-5 .545 V4 5-5 2 5-1 Chicago 6-6 .500 1 5-5 2 3-3 Houston 5-6 .455 114 5-5 -2 4-1 Milwaukee 5-6 .455 1V4 4-6 -3 2-4 Pittsburgh 4-8 .333 3 4-6 -2 1-4 WEST W-L PCT GB L10 STK HOME Los Angeles 9-2 .818 - 9-1 5 5-0 San Francisco 6-5 .545 3 5-5 1 4-2 Arizona 6-6 .500 3V4 5-5 -3 6-3 San Diego 5-7 .417 4 4-6 -4 2-2 Colorado 2-9 .182 7 1-9 -1 2-3 MONDAY'S RESULTS Florida at Washington, inc. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, inc. New York at Philadelphia, Inc. Chicago at Cincinnati, Inc. Los Angeles at Milwaukee, inc. Atlanta at Houston, inc. Arizona at Colorado, Inc. San Fran, at San Diego, Inc. TODAY'S GAMES AND PROBABLE STARTERS 2005 overs 2004ve.opp. iMtJfttrti w-l era w-l tp ere w-l Ip era LosAngewsit Oeeaenilr) 0-0 318 0-1 5.0 5 40 0-0 5.2 3.16 Mnveutee.l.OS Glover tr) 0-1 426 0-1 60 450 Anions at Eetei(l) 1-0 3 46 1-0 13.0 3.46 Colorado. 3:05 Francis (f) 0-0 700 1-0 11.0 4.09 0-0 9.0 7.00 Florida at Moenlerlr) 0-0 2 35 - - - 0-0 4.2 3.86 Waettlngtori, 7:09 Hemenoai(r) 1-1 4.50 2-1 31.1 2.67 1-1 20.0 4.50 New York st Zamorano(r) 0-1 4.09 0-1 11.0 4.08 PtiiladelpMe. 7fl9 Padua r) - - 1-0 62 0.00 - - Louis at Mortlain - - 2-0 21.0 4.71 - - Wtsourgti. 7:05 row ffl 1-0 2.02 0-1 6.0 6.00 1-0 13.1 2 02 Chlcagoet Prior (r 1-0 0.00 0-0 9 0 1.00 1-0 6.0 0.00 Cincinnati. 7:10 Causen(l) - - 0-1 3.2 17.16 - - - Atlanta at Thomson (r) 1-1 3 46 1-1 13.2 4.81 1-1 13.0 3.46 Houston 8:05 Backs (r) 0-0 3 97 1-0 7.0 3 86 0-0 11.1 3 97 San Francisco WWIems(r) 04 2.35 2-0 13.2 1.32 0-0 7.0 1.29 Sai Diego, 10:08 Lawrence (r) 0-2 6 36 2-1 271 6.27 0-2 9 2 6.38 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES New York at Florida, 7:05 Atlanta at Washington, 7:05 Colorado at Philadelphia, 7:05 Chicago at St. Louis, 7:10 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 7:10 Milwaukee at Houston, 8:05 Los Ang. at San Diego, 10:05 Arizona at San Francisco, 10:15 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 4, PITTSBURGH 2 PHILADELPHIA 2, Atlanta 1 (1 0) CINCINNATI 6, Houston 5 St. Louis 3, MILWAUKEE 2 Florida 5, NEW YORK 2 San Fran. 8, COLORADO 6 LOS ANGELES 6, San Diego 0 WASHINGTON 7, Arizona 3 Home teams In CAPITALS LEAGUE LEADERS Tkrougdhndey American League lAftlwi Rooerts. Belt Suiukl, Sea Itodrlouet, Det hWenorand, Tor Teaos.8slt Kotsay.Oak Young, Dst J. Jones, Minn Zaun, Tor lumen, Det HOME RUM Konerko, W 1 Herts. Belt 5 ins unto a WiM owns, Bait ttmeke, Tor ' Hunter. Minn Mettul.NY tenon, Set l Young, Te ounma 1ST 12 11 13 12 12 1! 10 11 11 sb t h SS a is n .m 47 12 21 ,447 41 I 19 311 52 19 20 .388 48 11 18 .375 1 18 .387 10 17 .362 5 12 .353 S 12 .353 11 16 .341 tBinja Roberts. Bait Broussard, Cley Crawford, T.S. Inge, DM liturla, A Voting, M M. Young, Tm TOTAL IA5ES towns, Belt Suiukl, See Crawford, T.B. Hunter, Minn Kin CM WHO PCT, TeaxUBalt I Jones, Mem Konerko, CM taint, Dot tenon, Set bun. Tot m-iAstPCT, .686 .676 .674 M0 .647 , Hooerts, Bait StuuM,Saa tun, Tor Jeter. NY J Jones, Minn tetadi, Ban far Det (lien, Bos . rami, Del 1 wtoe. Ban luNS'iCOflf.D Hillenbrand, Tot -in .500 .489 .458 .439 .436 436 .429 m Roberts. Belt luiukl Sea " , 12 leter.NY ' 11 lofleno, Tsi 11 Tends. Ben 11 KIT! jUrts.Berl 55 tumkLSst 21 ' Hillenbrand, Tor 20 fro-Dtl" tl lAitwiAlii 4- Jeter, PetucATet latxfc, Tea .lunar, 8oe Mton,tos M foMrtr DOUBLES Roberts. Sen . Tajatrja. Bait 33 Hillenbrand, Tor 32 Young, Det 11 Blslock, Tex 30 Soriano, Ten 30 M. Young. Ten 30 ERA Harden. Oak HU Wakefield, Boa 1.37 Cnacm.Tor 1.42 tedard.BM 1.50 Chen, Salt 1.60 Fraikim, See 2.18 Buetirle, Chi 2.2S Moyer, Sea 2.50 Atlaclo, Ten 2.57 ft Lope;, Ball 2.66 WOtROST Cnecm, Tor T! Ssntana, Minn 3-0 0AME3 PITCHED Embrsa, Bos I Schosnewels, Tor I Brocall, Tax ' 7 Cordero.Tn 7 WW Belt - 7 SMekM 7 Stanton, HY 7 llrtM I SAVES Cordero, Tsi 8 Mtthan.Minn 4 Wickman, Ctev , 4 DtHIKdS PITCHED' fcierirle, CN 5TJ Haaaday, Tor 22.0 tenderman, Oil 21.0 Garcia. CHI 210 jTRIKEOUTt Santane, Minn 27 luehrle, Ctri 11 Johnson, NY 10 Hsoaday, Tor 11 I. Lopei, Belt 17 lenoermsn, Del 11 Clement, Bos II Won. A 14 WiU'nH, Bos 14 National League BATTINQ Alfonjo SF Castllla, Was. Kent N Barmee.Col Renda, Cln Tracy. Art. Clark. MH Miller, Mil Velentln, N Blgglo, Hou sb r h be 41 13 it .466 35 I 15 .429 41 18 17 .415 43 t 17 .395 39 11 15 .385 39 9 15 .385 45 11 17 .378 12 ,375 11 ,367 7 19 .366 HOME RUM Guillen. Wat ! Bermes.Col 4 BurraH, Phi 4 Glaus Art, 4 Kent, N '4 lane, Hou 4 Renda. Cln 4 Sanders, StL J RUH8 BATTED IN BurraH, Phil 17 Fell! SF 14 Lea, CHI 14 Kent. N 13 Tucker, SF 13 Cabrera, Fla . 12 Bands. Cm 12 8T0LEH BASES Abreu, Phil ! VI;ouel. SF 5 SLUOCIHO PCT, Castllla, Was. .857 Kent, N .829 Randa. Cln ' .769 ON-BASE PCT. JKIolF 355 Kant. N .529 Valentin. N .512 Castllla. Was. .487 Rand Cm .476 lea. Chi .473 Clark, Mil ,462 Miller, MN .459 SnowS .459 RUNS SCORED ISO Alfonio, SF 13 Felii.SF 13 Guillen, Wea. 12 Abreu,Ptill 11 Clerk, Mil 11 Renda, CM 11 GHes. SO 10 LOonialei.Arl. 10 Green. An. 10 HITS Alfonio, SF 20 Bermet,Col 17 BurraH. PM 17 Clark, Mil 17 Kent.N 17 Wilkerwn. Was. , 17 BASE OH BALLS EieslO" il Overpay. Mil , 11 DOUBLES Klokloe tig,KC Ortli.loa Hoorteuei, Del I, KG COMPLETE GAMES Chen. Bat 'rentier, See Haliaday, Tor Westtwot, Clev AHoniftSf Kent.N lane. Hou Mathoriy.SF nammu, CM ScrmsKtr Was. Vidro, Was. tHIPlES Bumlti, Chi 2 Wlikeraon, Was. 2 TOTAL BASES Guillen. Wu. 3! Kent.N 34 Lena, Hou 34 Barmes, Col 32 Burrell. Phil 32 ERA wiiHTS 61! Myers. Phi 0.44 Beckett, Fie 049 Clemens, Hou 0.64 Hampton, Atl 0.82 Patterson, Wu, 1.29 Peevy.SD 1.32 Margins. StL 1.33 Hudson. Att 1.36 WON-L08T Llsoer Phil ill GAMES PITCHED Ayala, Was. I Bruney, Art I Election. Was. I Few. Chi I Fueniai. Col I Torres. Pitt I Wuerti.Ctll I SAVES lannghausen, StL 5 Graves, Cln 4 Lyon, Art. 4 Mesa.Plft 4 WNINOt PITCHED Burnett. Fla JTJ Hampton, AtJ 22 0 Martlnei, NY 22.0 Uaoar. PriH 21.2 gnaati. Mil 21,1 STRIKEOUTS vsssm 35 Beckett, Fat 23 Schmidt, SF 21 Myers, Phil 20 Smote, Atl 20 Dempster, CM It Zambrano, Chi 19 Clemens, Hou IB Sheets. Mil II COMPLETE GAME? Bumetl.FIa I Wiw. Fie 2 Beckett, Fla 1 HsHmen.NY 1 Lowe N 1 Martlnsi, NY 1 Wesver. LA 1 IHUT0UT8 Wilita. Fla 2 Beckett. Fat 1 Henman.NY 1 lowe.N 1 Wesver, LA 1 Bosox win 5th in row; Schilling notches first ROUNDUP FREE PRESS NEWS SERVICES BOSTON Curt Schilling got his first win this season with plenty of help and harm from Manny Ramirez. Schilling labored through five innings, and the Boston Red Sox won their fifth straight, 12-7, over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday. "There are things I need to work on and address and get right," Schilling said, "but I certainly felt better than I've shown. I'm never happy going five, but, again, it's a win." It was a strange day at Fenway Park. The game started at 11:08 a.m. for the Patriots Day holiday. Jets saluting the Boston Marathon flew overhead while Schilling was on the mound. Toronto manager John Gibbons was ejected from the game. Then there were Ramirez's adventures in leftfield. He hit two home runs to drive in five runs and lost two balls in the sun perhaps because he wasn't used to its position so early in the day for a double and a two-base error. Toronto leftfielder Frank Catalanat-to, a former Tiger, also let a ball drop about 10 feet in front of him when he lost it in the sun for a double. "It was the worst thing we've ever played under," Catalanatto said. Boston rightfielder- Trot Nixon could sympathize. He often fights the sun in games with afternoon starts. "I don't think anybody realizes it, but no matter what kind of glasses you have on, if the ball's in the sun, you can't see it," he said. Schilling (1-1), who's returning from 'o ,1, 'roaa WINSLOW TOWNSONAeaociatecl P Manny Ramirez, center, is greeted by a teammate after his second home run of the day. David Ortiz is at right. The hit originally was ruled a double. November ankle surgery, barely made it through the fifth inning to qualify for the win. He threw 118 pitches and left with a 9-3 lead. He escaped two bases-loaded jams, one when he fanned Catalanatto to end the second moments after the flyover, "He had to throw a lot of pitches early (40 in the second inning) but he threw the ball well," catcher Jason Va-ritek said. "It's another building block." With two outs in the fifth, Schilling allowed Catalanotto's two-run single, then struck out Gregg Zaun. Ramirez had his second two-homer game in three days and 41st multiple homer game of his career. There was no doubt about the first one, a three-run shot in the second that cleared the leftfield seats. There was plenty of uncertainty about the second homer in the sixth that drove in two. That drive hit just above the red line on the wall for a homer, but bounced back onto the field. Third-base umpire Bob Davidson originally ruled the ball was in play and Ramirei: stopped at second. Then the umpires conferred and changed the call to a homer, Ramirez's fourth of the season. Gibbons rushed onto the field to argue and was ejected. GAME 12 SUNDAY Tigers 6, Royals 1 DETROIT Inge 3b Guillen ss Rodriguez c Young dh White Penatb Monroe rf Infanta Logan cf Totals KANSAS CITY DeJesuscf Graftanino3b Sweeney 1b Brown rf Marram ff Bernese Stairs dh Bucko Gotay2b Toteaj ab r h rtt bb eo avg. 5 1 1 9 0 1 5 2 3 4 0 1 5 1 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 1 4 2 2 1 .319 1 .349 0 .388 1 0 .362 0 0 300 1 0 235 1 1 .256 0 0 .209 0 0 0 .333 31 I 12 til ab r h rW bb so avg. 4 0 0 0 0 1 .298 0 1 0 .281 0 0 1 .320 0 0 t .182 1 .167 1 .289 1 .259 1 .143 0 0 0 .281 1 1 7 3 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 12 1 I 004 100 001 t 12 0 City 000 000 100 1 I i b Gotay (2), Hemanoei (1). UK: Detroit 8, Kansas City 5 28: Rodrtguaz 15). HR: Rodrlguei 1), off Field; Marrero 11), off Marotji RBI: Rodriguez 3 (3), White (8), Infante (6), Marrero (2). SI: Logan (1). Runners left ki awing poslttorc Cetran 2 (White, Infante); Kansas City 1 (Gotayl. Rumen moved up: Guillen. Detroit Ip n r erbbso tip ore MarotfiW1-1) 7VI 9 1 1 1 3 103 441 Urbme 1K 0 0 0 0 4 24 7.38 KaneeeCtty Ip h rerbbeo rip era Hemandz (L 1-2) 9 10 9 4 2 3 86 4.19 Slaco 2 1 0 0 0 0 20 1 86 Camp 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 964 Field 1 1 1 1 1 0 23 10 90 MterlM runnerv secret UrtHna 10. WP-Hernandez. Umolnac Home, Ed Rapuano; 1b, lance Barks-dale; 2b, C.B Buckiior; 3b, PhD Cutzl. Ti 2:21. k 14,904. How they scored THIRD INNINI Detroit Hernandez pitching Logan angled to ftrst Inge singled to second, Logan to second On second baseman Gotay's error, Logan to third Guillen filed to left, Inge a) second. Rodriguez doubled to center, scoring Logan end Inge. With two out White singled to right, scoring Rodriguez. On wild bitch, White to second. Pena walked. Monroe walked Infante iln-oled to left, scoring White. Tlgeri 4, Royals 0. FOURTH INNING Ostntt Logan singled to second and stole second. With one oirl on Hernandez a error on e ptckotl st-tempt, logen scored. Tlgeri 8, Royale 0. SEVENTH INNING Kantaa City: Maroth pitching. Marrero homered to left on a 1-0 count. Tigers 6, Royals 1. NINTH INNINI Detroit Field prtehlnn With two out, Rodriguez homered to left on an 0-1 count FINAL K0RE: Tigers t, Royela 1. MINORS w I pet p 7 I .700 7 4 .636 M 7 4 .636 Vt t 8 .545 m I pot gb 7 4 ,636 -t 9 .545 1 6 9 .545 1 I t 455 2 I 8 .455 2 4 7 .384 3 w I pet t 8 5 .545 -8 t .455 1 4 7 .384 2 1 9 .100 4U International League WEST Toledo (Tigers) Commous (Yankees) Louisville (Redil todlanapo (PHtesI NORTH Scrartton-WB (Phillies) Ottawa (Orioles) Syracuse (Blue Jays) Buffalo (Indians) Rochester (Twins) Pewtuckot(RodSox) SOUTH Durham (Devil Rays) Norfolk (Mets) Richmond (Braves) Charlotte (White Sox) MONDAY'S RESULTS Durham at ToMdo Inc. Buffalo a PewtuckM. Inc. (irjttoatCckmbue.lnc. bdlanapcM at reorfo. Inc. Louisville at Richmond, Inc. Rochester at Ottawa, Inc. ScrantpnWilkes-Bam it Syracuse, Inc. SUNDAY'! RESULTS Pawtuckatl,Buffalo4 Cokimbue 8, Charlotte 7, 12 linings LVtiam6,Tcdo3 MlanarjoM, Norfolk 4 Louisville 6, Richmond 4 , Ottawa 9, Rochester 4 ScrantonWllkes-Berre 2, Syracuse 1 (14) TODAY'S GAMES Charlotte st Toledo Durham at Cokimbue Manspolie at Richmond loutsvwest Norfolk Rochester el Buffalo ScrantonWllkes-Berre at Ottawa Eastern League SOUTH Akron (Indians) ErtefTlgert) Harrtaburg INattonals) Altoora(Plratee) Reeding (Phillies) Bowie (Orioles) NORTH Portland (Red Sox) Blnghamton(Meta) Hew Mamoshire (Blue Jays) New Britain (Twins) -Horwtcn (Giair-e) Trenton (Yankees) MONDAVI RESULT! Erie at Bowie, mo. Akron st AJtoona, Inc. Blnghemton at Portland, Inc. New Hampshire at Herrleburg, he, Reading at New Britain, etc. Trenton at Norwich. Me. IUN0AY1 RESULTS Akron 3, Bowie 2, 12 HrHngs Erie 11, Arsons 2 New Britain 7, Herrleburg S Blnghemton 4, New Hampshire 1 Portland 11. Trenton I Reeding 7, Norwich 2 TODAY1! GAMES Erie Bowie Akron at Anooni ttnghsmfon at Portland New Hampshire at Harheburg Reading at New Britain Trenton at Norwich Texas League IttNOAYIRfWLTI San Antonio 4, Fran 2 Sgrtngllekl 4 Wichita 1 , Arkansas 9, Tuaa 3 Midland t, Corpus Christ) I w I pot gb 7 4 636 - I I .848 1 I I .545 1 9 5 500 1H 4 I .400 M 4 7 .364 3 w I pet gb 10 0 1 000 -I 9 .645 4 I t .545 4)4 4 I .400 I I I .273 7 I I .273 TV, AL BOX SCORES I NL BOX SCORES SUNDAY Indians 2, Twins 1 MINNESOTA ShStewartlt JCastross THuntarcf leCroydh IFordrf Cuddyer3b Titteelb CMillerc Rivas2b Mauerph Punto2b Totale ab r bM 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 E: Cuddyer (4). LOB: Minnesota 4, CLEVELAND r 0 1 0 Crisp If 0 1 1 Corass 0 0 0 Herndz ph 0 1 0 Peraltass 0 0 0 VMamnezc 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 THafnerdh 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 Blakerf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ludwlckrl 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Broussrd lb 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Boone 3b 3 0 10 0 0 0 Slzemorecf 3 0 0 0 Bernard 2b 3 2 2 1 1 I 1 Totata 30 2 7 2 001 000 000 1 001 000 Olx 2 DP: Minnesota 1, Cleveland 1. Cleveland 8. HR: Belllard (2). Romero g. 0-1) Cram kg h r er bb eo 7 9 'l 10 2 H 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 ! 1 1 1 7 m o o o o i 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ab ; hbt 4 2 2 0 4 111 4 0 10 3 2 2 2 SabaMa Betancourt Howry (W 1-1) Wickman S,4 Athletics 7, Angels 6 LOS ANGELES OAKLAND ab i h U Entadlb 4 0 0 0 Kotsayef DaVanondti 3 2 10 Kendallc 4 12 2 VGuerrerorl 3 2 3 2 EChevezSb 4 0 0 0 GAnderson H 4 12 3 Durszo 4 0 0 1 Sfmieyof 4 0 0 0 Hattbergtb 4 0 2 1 OCabrere as 4 0 0 0 Byrnes If 4 110 BMoUnac 1110 MEma 20 Poulc 2 0 0 0 Swtsnerrt JRiversph 0 0 0 0 Scutaross Murk 3b 4 0 0 0 Flgglns2b 4 0 11 ToUla S3 I 1 1 Totals 38 711 7 LosAngeM ...210 003 000 6 Oakland 220 003 OOi 7 DP: Oakland 2. LOt: Los Angeles 4, Oakland 4. 2B; mm (2), Kendall (2), Byrnes 12), Swisher 12). Hfl: VGuerrero (3), GAndereon (1), Scutard (1). SB: VGuerrero (2). Ip h r er bb ao loa Angetae Lackey (L 1-1) W 10 7 7 0 4 Woods 114 1 0 0 0 1 Yen 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 19 5 11 (411100 2 0 0 0 1 3 1(4 1 0 0 1 0 See' cos RRlncon Street (W 1-0 Dotal S,1 Orioles 8, Yankees 4 NEW YORK IAITIMORI Womack2b Jeter se Sheffield rf Mateullf Rodriguez 3b Sierra dh Martinez 1b Flaherty c Pceadac Croebycf BWIIIlamsd Totals New Yorh.... lb f DM 9 0 I 0 0 Rooerts 20 3 0 11 Newhan cf 4 0 2 0 Surhoffrt 3 0 2 0 Mora 3D 9 2 2 1 Telde es 4 12 2 SSosadh ab r h H 4 12 0 3 110 2 0 0 0 3 S 2 1 4 3 3 4 3 0 11 4 0 10 Pllmenib 3 0 11 3 110 Glbbonert S 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Metoscf 10 11 3 0 0 0 Blgblelf 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 GGiic 4 0 10 17 411 4 Totale 34 111 I ......000 012 010 4 .240 000 20a I DP: New York 1, Baltimore 1. LOB: New York 10, Baltimore 6 2B: ARodnguez (2). Sierra (3), Flaherty II), Tewda 2 (4), Palmeiro (1). Hfl: ARodrtguez 12), Sierra (2), Mora (2). Tejada 13). SB: Roberts (6), Ne-whan(1).CS: Roberta (1), Ip k r er bb eo Now Torlt KBrown(l0-1) 8 1112 3 Ouantrll H 2 2 2 1 0 Stanton 0 0 0 0 1 0 kersey 1H 2 0 0 0 1 Baltimore Cabrera (W1-1) 1 1 3 3 2 3 SReed 111110 Kline 110 0 11 Bflyan 1 1 0 0 0 0 MINORS Midwest League Siat half) itTERN Lanamg (Blue Jeya) South Bend iDlamondbecks) WeelMlcHlgM(Tlgara Deyton(Reds) Fort Wayne (Padres) SW Michigan (Devil Rays) WESTERN Wisconsin (Manners) tekit (Twtna) Clinton (Rangers) Bumngton iRoyaal CeoarRapMe (Angels) Kane County lAthMcs) Peork(Cube) -Ouao Cities (Carolnals) IUNOAY'1 RESULTS lanang 3, BekW 2 SoulhMet MtcMeen 7. South Bend 1 West MIcMgaa 4, Cedar flapkta 1 Ckntm5,0uadCltlee2 . . Fort Wayne 3, Dayton 1 BuHlngton 4, Kene County 3 Wisconsin 10, Peorle 9 Florida State League Brtthelfl MSTEM LekMand (TlgerO Dunedm (Blue Jeys) Fort Myers (Twins) Clearwater (Phillies) Tampa (Yankees) Sarasota (Rede) uiTum JuoneriMarkns) Oeytono Cubs) Palm Beach iCardnsa) St. lucle IMets) Vera Beach (Dodgers) Brevard County iBiewers) MONOAY'lfrESULTl lakeland at Dunerlln. ate. Cleerwreter si Fort Myers, etc. Daytora Jupttot, mo Palm Beech a Veto Beech, Inc. Serasota el Tampa inc. It Lucle It Brevard County, Inc. I pet gb 7 3 ,700 - I 4 .600 1 I I M0 I 4 I .400 3 4 I .400 3 4 I .400 3 w I pot gb 1 2 .800 -7 i .700 1 7 S .700 1 5 5 500 3 9 9 500 I 4 I .400 4 2 I .200 8 2 I .200 I I pel It I I Jot - 7 3 .700 1 7 3 .700 1 1 7 .300 I 3 7 300 I 2 I 200 I I pot b I 9 545 -9 9 .900 14 I I 600 H 9 8 500 Yi 5 S .500 VI 4 9 .444 1 SUNDAY Dodgers 6, Padres 0 SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES ab r hbl Blum 3b 4 0 2 0 Murtsss Loretta 2b 4 0 0 0 Choi 1b BGessrf 4 0 0 0 JDrewrf Klesko It 4 0 0 0 JKent 2b Hem lb 3 0 10 Bradley cf Hemndezc 4 0 2 0 Valentin 3b Nadycf 3 0 0 0 Ledeelf Garcia ss 3 0 0 0 Bakoc Redding p 2 0 0 0 Weaver p OReyesp 0 0 0 0 Sweeney ph 10 0 0 CHammrjndp 0 0 0 0 Otaukao 0 0 0 0 Total 32 0 I 0 Totals SanOlego 000 000 000 0 LosAngeM 010 221 OOi t E: Irtura (3). LOB: San Diego 6, Los Angeles 6. 2B: Hernandez (3), Choi (1), Bradley (2), Weaver (1). Hfl: Drew II), JKent (4), Bradley (2). SB: Valentin (2). S: tzturla. SF: Ledee. Ip k r er bb ao ab i hbl 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 112 4 2 2 1 3 12 1 3 110 3 0 11 4 0 11 4 12 0 32 111 I Ian Diego Redding (L 0-2) DReyee -CHammond Otauka 5 t 9 13 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 f(W2-0) I 9 0 0 1 HBP: by Otauka (Valentin). T: 2:21. A: 53,402. Giants 8, Rockies 6 SAN FRANCISCO COLORADO ab r ti M at r k M Durham 2b .3111 Barmes ss 5011 DCruzse 9 12 0 Gonzalez2b 9 12 0 Bennazp 0 0 0 0 Speierp 0 0 0 0 Snow lb 3 0 0 0 Fuentesp 0 0 0 0 Fell; i 3 10 0 Helton lb 9 111 Alfonzo3b 4 3 3 1 Homdeylf 3 12 1 Tucker rt 9 2 2 9 TGreenec 9 0 10 Orissomcf 4 0 11 Relaford pr 0 0 0 0 Browerp 0 0 0 0 BekerSb 8 2 3 1 Vlzguelas 1 0 0 0 Raatovlch if 3 12 1 Torreelbac 4 0 0 0 Hawpeph 0 0 0 0 Rueterp 1 0 0 0 Suivencf 4 0 0 0 Torcatoph 0 0 0 0 JJenrmgsp 3 0 11 TyWalkerp 0 0 0 0 Skimp 0000 Nlekroptt 1 0 0 0 MHae2b 10 0 0 Herges p 0 0 0 0 Ellison cf 10 0 0 Totals 31 I 1 1 Totata 41 11 I ItnFrancace 010 200 401 I Coloraoo ...122 000 001 I t DCruz (2). Alfona 12). DP: San Franclecg 1, Colorado 1. LOB Sen Francaco 8. Conrado 11. 28: Altonzo 2 (9), Tucker (1), Gorueiez (2). Baker (3), Reetovlch (2). HR; Tucker (3), Helton (1). SB: Durham (1). Ip b r er bb eo lenFmnclece flueter TyWalker Herges (W 1-0) Brower Benltez S3 Colorado J Jennings BKIm (1 0-2) Spear Fuentea T: 2:48. A: 27,107. BESTWORST American League (Week ending Asm 17) IATTIN8 LEADERS Roberts, Belt 6 Sheffield. NY I Mora, Belt... 8 Zaun, Tor 8 Rodriguez, Det 6 Suzuki. See 8 Hillenbrand, Tor 7 Soea. Bait t Blaicck, Tax 7 29 Sorts, Tsx 7 29 HOME RUNS Konerko. Chi Teaos Bait RUNS BATTED IN TeaMe. Bait M Young. Tex.. M Ramirez. Bos Roberts. Ben Sosa, Bait Anderson, A Crawford. T.B Ford, Minn Hunter. Mktn Woe. CM LOWEST BATTING AVG. Thomas Oak 4 Boone, Clev 8 Hldsigo.Tex I Welle, Tor..,.. I Brown, KC I Posada, NY I tenant Caw... 8 Bur. KC t Panymkt, CM 4 0ye,CHI I N IA 12 .900 10 .900 11 .478 10 400 11 .379 11 .379 . 3 ., S 13 9 6 6 7 6 6 I I I BA ooo .071 ,083 .087 .100 .100 .129 .129 .129 .130 KL STREAKS Batting longest ourrem betting street: 12, Roberts, tel., Apr . 4 to Apr 17 Longest betting street, aeam 12, Rooerts. tM.,Aar.4kApr.17tcurrant). Pitching neat wlMmg streesu 3, CHacln, Tor., Apr 5 to Apr 16 Santana. Mm,, Apr. S to Apr. IS. Longest current losing streak 3, traielton, T B , Apr 4BApr 18. Westbrook, CIS., Apr 4 Id Apr. 16; ;ito Oak . Apr 4 toApr 15. longest ednMng eeeaa, ssasott S, Chedn, Tor., Apr 6 to Apr 16 (current), Santana, Mm., Apr. I lb Apr. 15 (current) longest taelni streak, seaeoa: 3. Btajeltixi. T B., Apr 4 to Apr. i (current). Weelbrook, Cat.. Apr 4 to Apr IS (current); 2o. Oak., Apr. 4 to Apr, 19 (current), Team iMfHl OHfTwi tfnntM itrtik, 4, Bo., Apr, 14 B Apr 17. lengeat current Some win ekssac 4. Ice., Apr. 14 to Apr 17. Met , Apr 10 to Apr 14 langeet current roed-wtn street. 2, tat, Apr 11 to Apr, 17; Tex., Apr. 9 to Apr, 10, Reds 6, Astros 5 HOUSTON CINCINNATI ab r ntn ab r hbl Burke 2b 4 0 11 Jimenez 2b 4 0 0 0 Vizcsrass 4 12 0 Gnfteycf 3 0 0 0 Bagwell lb 3 111 Casey 1b 4 110 Lamb If 4 0 0 0 Randa 3b 3 3 2 2 Taverasd 0 0 0 0 DumK 3 110 Ensberg 3b 4000Penaif 4124 Lanecf 4 12 2 Floruits 4 0 0 0 BruntJettpr 0 0 0 0 lafluec 3 0 10 Scott rt 3 10 0 Harangp 2 0 0 0 flChavezc 4 111 Valentine p 0 0 0 0 Duckworth p 2 0 10 Merckerp 0 0 0 0 Springer p 0 0 0 0 JaCruzph 10 0 0 OPaimeiro ph 0 0 0 0 RWagnerp 0 0 0 0 Bigglooh 10 10 Graves p 0 0 0 0 Ouaksb 0 0 0 0 AEverettptt 0 0 0 0 Totale 33 1 1 t Totata 31 I 7 I Houston OOO 300 200 I Cincinnati .200 300 Oil I DP: Cincinnati 3. LOt: Houston 9, Cronrutj 4. 2B: Vizcaino (3), lane (5), Chevez (2). Duckworth (1), Dunn 13). Pena (3). HR: Lane (4). Randa (4), Pena (3). CS: Burke (1). Ip k r as kt to Howton Duckworth 5 4 5 9 2 3 Springer 1 1 0 0 0 2 QuamiLH) 2 2 110 3 CMotnntitl Harang 1 5 3 3 2 1 Valentine H 1 2 2 1 0 Mercker M 2 0 0 0 0 RWagner (W M) 1 0 0 0 0 3 Graves 5,4 110 0 10 HBP by Duckworth (Dun). WP: Graves. T: 2:26. A. 25.762. Phillies 2, Braves 1(10) ATLANTA PHILADELPHIA ak r kM as) r kM Furca sa 4 0 0 0 Roina se 9 0 10 Giles 4 0 2 0 Polanco2b 5 0 2 1 CJones 3b 4000 Abreu rf 4010 AJones cf 4 0 0 0 Burrell II 3 0 0 0 larochelb 4 0 10 Thome 1b 3 0 0 0 Orrpr 0 10 0 Mcnesacf 3 0 10 JuFranco lb OOOOUbeyph 1000 Bjordtnl 4 110 Madaonp 0 0 0 0 Mondsarf 3 0 1 1 Be3b 3 0 10 Perez c 2 0 0 0 Perezpr 0 10 0 Estraoac 2 0 10 Ueoertmic 3 10 0 Hampton p 3 0 10 Myers g 10 0 0 Kotbp 1 0 0 0 Otftrmnph 1 D 0 0 Gyboeklp 0 0 0 0 Wagnerp 0 0 0 0 Lotion ct 0 0 0 0 Totatj 31 1 7 1 Totttj Bill Attenta OOO 000 000 1 1 Phiaotlohla 000 000 OOO I I No outs when winning run scored. E: Koto (1). DP: Attenta 1. 108: Atlanta 3. Phta-delphle 9 28: MGllee 2 13). Hampton Ol Mlchtele (1). SB: MGllee (2). S: Lofton. SF Mondesi Ip b r er bb eo Atlanta Hampton 8 3 0 0 2 1 Kc 1.0-2 1 2 2 2 3 0 Gryboskl 0 1 0 0 0 0 Phlleoelphle BMyera 8 4 0 0 0 8 BWsgner 1 1 0 0 0 1 MaosonW.1-1 12 110 1 Koto pitched to 4 batters In the 10th. Gryboskl pitched to 1 batter m the lOtfi. WP koto. T: 2:36 A. 32,008. BESTWORST National League (WtMk indlnQ Aprl 17) IATTING LEAOERI t At R H IA Altonzo. SF 8 19 8 10 .526 Perez, CN 9 19 4 1 0 526 Clark. Mil 8 25 4 13 .520 Mecfcowlak, Pitt 8 18 3 I 500 Vidro, Was 8 18 9 8 444 IN. CM t 21 2 I .428 Col I 20 3 6 400 LA 9 18 3 7 .368 HOME RUNS Feuz.SF 3 Furca, Ab 3 Guillen wes 3 KentlA 3 Lane, Hou 3 Rose. Pitt 3 RUNS BATTED IN Fekz.SF 10 In, CM I Tucker, SF I CaatWa. Wn I lane, Hou,,.. I VktrcWes I Cabrera Fa .7 Bermes.Col ... t Bradley. IA t Uflocra, At t LOWEST IATTING AVI. I At R N IA Barrett, CN 4 13 0 0 .000 Hardy Mn 9 15 1 0 000 Bel, PI.. I 20 0 1 050 MokraStL 9 II 0 1 063 Wet. StL 4 14 1 1 .071 AUemus,Hou 4 13 0 1 077 Gonzalez. Fat 4 11 0 1 .091 Lowes, F ..,. I 22 2 I 091 Guzmen, Wm I 21 0 2 095 NL STREAKS Batting langeet oorrent betting street: 7, Clerk, Mt, Apr. W to Apr. 17 Johnson, Wm.. Apr. 10 to Apr 17; Put, St L Apr. I to Apr. 17, Vidro, Was . Apr. 10 to Apr 17 Uneeet bolSnt strtek. eseeon: 10. turral. Phi . Apr 4 lo Apr 1 Pitching longeet current tnMta ttreet: J. lleber, PM Apr 4 to Apr. 16. lengeel earrent states atrtek 3, Smoltz, At., Apr j lo Aorje Wets Pk .Apr 8 to Apr 16 Lengeet etetnlng street, sesasa: I, Ueber, PM., Apr 4 to Apr 18 (current). Langeet teNng etroot, teeeon: S, Smoltz, At., Apr. 6 to Apr 16 (current). Wets, Pit, Apr. 8 to Apr. 18 (current). Team LMtQMt MfTMt WMlM ifrMlli 9, LA-NL, Apf. IStoApt 17 Jteh Apr 12 to 17. jOnfMi ovnifit IWRMkrlii IbMlt S, leA-NL, Apr, 12Apr 17. laneeet ourreat real wk) street: S St L, Apr. 15 to Apr U. "I thought it hit the red line," he said. "I haven't seen the replay. Some guys have said it cleared. If that's the case, they made the right call" Boston scored seven runs off Dave Bush (0-2), who left with no outs in the third. Kevin Millar singled in a run tn the first, Nixon got an RBI single, and Ramirez hit his homer in the second. Mark Bellhorn added a two-run double in the third. "The biggest trouble I had was locating my fastball," Bush said. "The two-out hits really hurt me." Johnny Damon also drove in two runs with a third-inning single for a 9-1 lead. The Blue Jays scored on Vernon Wells' double in the third, and Ramirez helped them score two unearned runs in the fourth. With one out, he fought the sun and was charged with a two-base error on Orlando Hudson's fly near the wall. Russ Adams singled in a run before Catalanatto hit another fly to left that Ramirez struggled with, and the ball fell for a double and another run. Zaun then hit a ball Ramirez caught for a sacrifice fly and the crowd chanted, "Man-ny, Man-ny." Schilling finished with his 10th strikeout. He allowed 10 hits, two walks and three earned runs. NOTEBOOK: Former Boston third baseman Shea Hillenbrand went 4-for-4 and was hit by a pitch for Toronto. ... Nixon reached into the stands near the rightfield foul pole to take a homer away from Alex Rios. The play occurred near the spot where Yankees rightfielder Gary Sheffield had a run-in with a fan last week. TIGERS CORNER Home games (haded. SUN MON THE I WED I THU j FRI SAT j 17 18 . . 19 20 21 22 23 j Det. 6, Bal., Bal. CWS CWS Min. Mm. I K.C. 1 inc. 7:05 : 7:05 1:05 7:05 1:05 I FSN 24 25 26 27 28 29 j 3d j Min. Cle. Cle. 7 Cle. CWS CWS I - 1:05 7:05 FSN 7:05 8:05 7:05 j FSN ESFW FSN Percival eager for save chances By JOHN LOWE FREE PRESS SPORTS WRITtR BALTIMORE As the television camera showed Eric Gagne in the dugout recently, Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully reached back more than 300 years. " 'They also serve who only stand and wait,' " Scully said, quoting 17th Century poet John Milton. Milton's words apply to Troy Percival as well as Gagne. As the third week of the season began Monday, each ninth-inning reliever awaited hi first save opportunity of 2005. Gagne has been on the disabled list all season. Percival has been healthy, active, ready ... and un-needed for saves. "That's strange," manager Alan Trammel! said. To be eligible for a save when he enters a game with three outs left, a pitcher must inherit a lead of three runs or fewer. In their five wins entering Monday, the Tigers led by at least five runs with, three outs left. Percival's only appearance in a close game came when he inherited a 4-4 ninth-inning tie ir, Minnesota. He promptly lost when he gave up h first career earned run to the Twins. Percival has gone a week longer without his first save opportunity of the season than in any of his nine seasons as the Angels' closer. "He's joked around about it a little bit: 'Hey, give me a shot,' " Trammell said. Could the layoff affect Percival in his first save opportunity? Trammell acknowledged Monday afternoon that when a player can't perform his specialty for a while, the drought could cause rust and play with his psyche. IPEAKINO OUT: Here's what a couple of Tigers said about the indefinite loss of cleanup hitter Magglio Ordonez because of a hernia: Rondell White: "A lot of people questioned his knee, and I know he wanted to prove to them that he was healthy. Now his knee is great, and he's got this. It's a good thing they found out what was wrong early" early in the season "so we can get him back in the lineup. He's missed. He's the type who can go and get two or three hits in a game and drive in three runs. "He's got to go relax and not feel bad. I've been hurt a lot in my career, and I know exactly how he feels. I feel bad for him right now, because he's a great guy. He's soft-spoken and considerate. You don't like to see this happen to anybody, especially when he's a good guy." Brandon Inge: "I'm upset that he won't be in our lineup for a while, but I know he's been uncomfortable. He didn't show it much, I guess because he doesn't want to burden the team with his ailment. I can respect that, because if I'm hurt, I like to keep it to myself and fix it and get back. "The thing I'm happiest for is that they can cure it and he can be back. I know it's unfortunate that he's going to miss time, but it's something that can be fixed and he can be back." NOTEBOOK! Former Tigers pitching coach Steve McCatty is subbing for longtime Orioles bullpen coach Elrod Hendricks, who is recovering from an apparent stroke. McCatty, a Detroit native and graduate of Troy High, pitched nine years in the big leagues, all with Oakland. MeCat -ty is the Orioles' Triple-A Ottawa pitching coach. ... The Tigers claimed Arizona Triplo-A . right-hander Adam Peterson on waivers and assigned him to Double-A Erie. Peterson has pitched in three games in the majors, all last season with Toronto. 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