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THE SALINA JOURNAL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1997 D5 Cubs turn triple play, but fall 4-2 to Giants Baseball Rueter strikes out eight, walks none in leading \A/ay for San Francisco Ely the Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — Kirk Rueter, tagged out in an odd triple play in which the Cubs took advantage of the infield-fly rule and the wind, atoned by pitching eight shutout innings as the San Francisco Giants beat Chicago 4-2 Saturday. Rueter (2-0) allowed four hits, struck out a career-high eight and walked none. . Rueter's baserunning, however, was not quite as sharp in the fifth inning when the Cubs turned the fir'st triple play in the majors this season. The Giants led 3-0 when Rueter opened with a single off Amaury Telemaco (0-2) and took second on Darryl Hamilton's single. Stan Javier lofted a fly into shallow center field and second base umpire Bob Davidson waited before calling the infield fly rule — meaning Javier was automati- .cally out and the runners could advance at their own risk. Three Cubs lunged for the ball before it bounced off center fielder Brian McRae's glove and hit the ground. •.Rueter took off for third, and was thrown out by McRae. Hamilton hesitated and then tried for second, but third baseman Jose Hernandez's throw to Ryne Sandberg beat him. Mets 2, Cardinals 0 .ST. LOUIS — Bobby Jones and John Franco combined on a three- fitter and John Olerud homered 35. New York reached .500 for the first time in over a year in a victory .over St. Louis. . The Mets (18-18) finally reached .500 after three tries this season and for the first time since April 5, 1996, when they were 2-2. ; .New York won for the 10th time .in,,14 games and has beaten St. Louis in four of five meetings this season. .Jpnes (6-2) became the NL's second six-game winner, allowing two hits in eight innings. He retired the last eight batters he faced. ; Franco pitched the ninth for his ninth save. .The Cardinals, the last NL to be shut out this season, fell three games below .500. Cardinals starter Alan Benes (34).gave up two runs and six hits in 7% innings. Phillies 5, Rockies 4,10 innings -'PHILADELPHIA — Darren .Daulton's two-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning lifted •Philadelphia over Colorado. ^ Gregg Jefferies opened the inking with a single off Steve Reed •(0-1), but was forced on Mickey •Morandini's grounder. After Scott : Rolen struck out, Daulton lined a '1-1 pitch over the right-field fence, .for his third homer of the season. ; Ricky Bottalico (1-1) got the win despite giving up the go-ahead run in the top of the inning. - The Rockies had taken a 4-3 lead 'in the 10th when pinch-hitter Darnell Cole's infield single scored Eric Young. Astros 4, Marlins 2 : MIAMI — Pinch-hitter Ricky Gutierrez singled in the go-ahead runs in the fifth inning as Hous;ton beat Florida. •' The Marlins lost for just the fifth time in 20 games at Pro Player Stadium before a sellout crowd .of 42,132, the club's largest at ;home since July 3, 1994, against ;Atlanta. : Chris Holt (4-3) allowed eight 'hits in 6 V4 innings for the win. Bil- The Associated Press Chicago Cubs center fielder Brian McRae (right) drops a fly ball hit by San Francisco's Stan Javier during the sixth inning of Saturday's game as Cubs shortstop Shawon Dunston looks on. An Infield fly rule was called on the controversial 8-5-4 triple play. ly Wagner got four outs for his eighth save in eight tries of the season. Craig Biggio homered and Derek Bell went 2-for-3 for the Astros. Braves 9, Pirates 3 PITTSBURGH — Jeff Blauser hit a grand slam an inning after Ryan Klesko and Javy Lopez homered in succession as Atlanta finally solved Pittsburgh's starting pitching. Blauser's fourth career grand slam made it 7-0 in the third and allowed former Pirates starter Denny Neagle (6-0) to coast to a career-high sixth consecutive victory. Neagle, the NL's first six-game winner, heard a smattering of boos while giving up three runs and six hits and striking out nine in his first appearance against his former team. Three of the Braves' four home runs came off Jon Lieber (1-4), who lost his fourth in a row while becoming the first Pirates starter this season to be roughed up by the Braves. Lieber's ERA jumped from 2.95 to 4.14 as he yielded seven runs on seven hits in three innings. Tigers 6, Indians 0 DETROIT — Omar Olivares pitched a three-hit shutout as the Detroit Tigers finally found a way to beat Cleveland at home. The Tigers ended a seven-game home losing streak to Cleveland, beat the Indians at Tiger Stadium for the first time since Sept. 4, 1995. Tony Clark hit a three-run homer, his llth, and Bobby Higginson also homered for the Tigers, who ended a string of 24 scoreless innings as well as a two- game losing streak. The win was the just the Tigers' second in 16 games against the Indians. The other was a 2-0 victory May 4 at Cleveland. Olivares (2-2) survived five walks for his first career shutout and first complete game since last Aug. 8. Rookie Bartolo Colon (0-2) gave up two runs on five hits in his first start since April 26. Rangers 11, Red Sox 5 BOSTON — Juan Gonzalez hit a grand slam and drove in six runs as Texas topped Boston. Gonzalez's fifth career slam highlighted a six-run ninth inning. He also had a pair of RBI singles, including a hit that made it 5-all in the seventh. It was just the second homer of the season for the 1996 AL MVP, who missed the first month of the season with an injured left thumb. Gonzalez homered off Heathcliff Slocumb (0-2). Mariners 3, Orioles 2,11 innings BALTIMORE— Pinch-hitter Mike Blowers singled in the go- ahead run with two outs in the llth inning to lift Seattle over Baltimore. Edgar Martinez opened the llth with a walk off Randy Myers (0-2) but was forced at second on a botched sacrifice attempt by Paul Sorrento. Dan Wilson hit a single and Russ Davis flied out before Blowers grounded a single to left. Norm Carlton (2-1) pitched three scoreless innings for Seattle in relief of Jeff Fassero, who yielded one earned run, three singles and six walks in eight innings. Seattle tied it against reliever Jesse Orosco, who came in with a 0.00 ERA. Alex Rodriguez stretched a seemingly routine single to center into a double, stole third and scored on a sacrifice fly by Ken Griffey Jr. Brewers 4, Angels 3,10 innings MILWAUKEE — Jose Valentin drew a bases-loaded walk from Rich DeLucia in the bottom of the 10th inning, helping Milwaukee top Anaheim. DeLucia (2-1) walked three straight batters after shortstop Gary DiSarcina misplayed John Jaha's grounder leading off the 10th. Doug Jones (3-0) picked up the victory, his ninth straight since last June 13, with one scoreless inning. White Sox 9, Athletics 6 CHICAGO — Dave Martinez singled home the winning run with one out in the bottom of the ninth, sending the Chicago White Sox- over the Oakland Athletics. Martinez went 4-for-5 with a homer and three RBIs as Chicago won for the fifth time in six games. LEAGUE LEADERS American League • (Through Friday'* Game*) - BATTING—Roberts, Kansas ^City, .385; Justice, Cleveland, ; ;376; TMartinez, New York, .368; IIRobriguez, Texas, .365; JuFran- •co, Cleveland, .358; Griffey Jr, '.Seattle, .354; ByAnderson, Baltimore, .351. ! RUNS—BeWllliams, New York, •31; TMartinez, New York, 31; .Jeter, New York, 30; ARodriguez, •Seattle, 29; Griffey Jr, Seattle, ;£9; Thome, Cleveland, 28; Garcl- •aparra, Boston, 25; Knoblauch, '.Mlnjiesota, 25; ByAnderson, Bal- .tlinpre, 25. " R«JJ—TMartinez, New York, 43; jGriffey Jr, Seattle, 39; ToClark, '.petrolt, 33; Justice, Cleveland, ';30; CRIpken, Baltimore, 30; MaW- •Illlams, Cleveland, 28; JBell, '.Kansas City, 28. | HITS—TMartinez, New York, 53;,BeWilliams, New York, 48; -'(Rodriguez, Texas, 46; Garcia- Jparta, Boston, 45; Griffey Jr, •Seatile, 45; ARodriguez, Seattle, 'M, Jeter, New York, 43. • DOUBLES—Sprague, Toronto, 'JeLBeWilliams, New York, 14; O'Neill, New York, 13; Spiezio, Oakland, 12; Lawton, Minnesota, VII; ARodriguez, Seattle, 11; ."RDavIs, Seattle, 11; Colbrunn, 'Minnesota, 11; Merced, Toronto, \111 MaWilliams, Cleveland, 11. TRIPLES—Jeter, New York, 3; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 3; Vizquel, Cleveland, 3; Alicea, Anaheim, 3; 9 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 15; TMartinez, New York, 14; Justice, Cleveland, 12; McGwire, Oakland, 12; ToClark, Detroit, 10; SAIomar, Cleveland, 8; MaW- illlams, Cleveland, 8; JBell, Kansas City, 8. STOLEN BASES—Knoblauch, Minnesota, 16; BLHunter, Detroit, 14; Nixon, Toronto, 14; Buford, Texas, 10; Durham, Chicago, 9; Easley, Detroit, 9; TGoodwin, Kansas City, 9; Vizquel, Cleveland, 9. PITCHING (S D«cl»lon«)—Witt, Texas, 6-0,1.000, 2.84; Key, Baltimore, 6-0,1.000, 1.93; Clemens, Toronto, 5-0,1.000, 1.58; Pettitte, New York, 6-1, .857, 2.33; Dickson, Anaheim, 5-1, .833, 3.13; Erickson, Baltimore, 5-1, .833, 2.89; 6 are tied with 800. STRIKEOUTS—Cone, New York, 63; RaJohnson, Seattle, 60; Nagy, Cleveland, 47; Navarro, Chicago, 46; Appier, Kansas City, 46; Hentgen, Toronto, 41; Mussina, Baltimore, 40. SAVES—RaMyers, Baltimore, 13; MRivera, New York, 11; Charlton, Seattle, 8; Taylor, Oakland, 7; Wetteland, Texas, 7; DoJones, Milwaukee, 7; Agullera, Minnesota, 6. National League (Through Friday's Games) BATTING—LWalker, Colorado, .416; Blauser, Atlanta, .410; Gwynn, San Diego, .369; Tucker, Atlanta, .368; EcYoung, Colorado, .363; Lofton, Atlanta, .362; Olerud, New York, .358; Galarraga, Colorado, .358. RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 37; EcYoung, Colorado, 28; Lofton, Atlanta, 28; Olerud, New York, 27; Galarraga, Colorado, 27; Womack, Pittsburgh, 25; Biggio, Houston, 25. RBI—LWalker, Colorado, 37; Alou, Florida, 34; Hundley, New York, 34; Bagwell, Houston, 33; Galarraga, Colorado, 32; Bichette, Colorado, 30; Kent, San Francisco, 29; Olerud, New York, 29. HITS—Lofton, Atlanta, 54; LWalker, Colorado, 52; DSanders, Cincinnati, 50; EcYoung, Colorado, 49; Olerud, New York, 48; Gwynn, San Diego, 48; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 43; Blauser, Atlanta, 43. DOUBLES—Brogna, Philadelphia, 14; HRodriguez, Montreal, 14; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 13; EcYoung, Colorado, 13; Clayton, St. Louis, 13; Kent, San Francisco, 11; Olerud, New York, 11. TRIPLES—WGuerrero, Los Angeles, 5; DSanders, Cincinnati, 5; Womack, Pittsburgh, 4; Klesko, Atlanta, 3; Alou, Florida, 3; DeShields, St. Louis, 3; 17 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 13; Castilla, Colorado, 10; Bagwell, Houston, 10; Hundley, New York, 10; RWhite, Montreal, 8; HRodriguez, Montreal, 8; Alou, Florida, 8. STOLEN BASES—DSanders, Cincinnati, 21; LCastillo, Florida, 12; Lofton, Atlanta, 12; Womack, Pittsburgh, 11; LWalker, Colorado, 10; 6 are tied with 8. PITCHING (5 Decisions)—PJ- Martinez, Montreal, 5-0,1.000, .50; Neagle, Atlanta, 5-0,1.000, 3.64; Swift, Colorado, 4-1, .800, 4.59; BJones, New York, 5-2, .714, 3.10; 8 are tied with 667. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Philadelphia, 56; KJBrown, Florida, 54; Reynolds, Houston, 53; Al- Benes, St. Louis, 48; Nomo, Los Angeles, 48; Smoltz, Atlanta, 46; RMartinez, Los Angeles, 44. SAVES—Beck, San Francisco, 12; ToWorrell, Los Angeles, 10; Wohlers, Atlanta, 9; Nen, Florida, 8; JoFranco, New York, 8; BWagn- er, Houston, 7; Bottalico, Philadelphia, 7; Eckersley, St. Louis, 7. Major league standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Pet GB L10 StreaK Home Away Intr .667 — 1-6-4 L-2 14-7 8-4 0-0 .556 3',^ z-7-3 W-1 11-8 9-8 0-0 .531 4'^ 7-7-3 W-2 9-8 8-7 0-0 .441 7Vi 2-3-7 1-3 7-10 8-9 0-0 .400 9 4-6 W-1 8-9 6-12 0-0 Central Division Baltimore New York Toronto Boston Detroit W 22 20 17 15 14 11 16 15 19 21 Milwaukee Cleveland Kansas City Chicago Minnesota Seattle Texas Anaheim Oakland Atlanta Florida Montreal New York Philadelphia Houston Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Colorado San Fran. Los Angeles San Diego W 17 17 17 13 14 W 21 18 14 15 W 24 19 17 18 Pet .548 .515 .515 .406 .400 Pet .618 .562 .437 .417 GB 1 1 4 '.4 5 L10 z-6-4 z-6-4 z-6-4 6-4 3-7 StreaK W-3 L-1 L-1 W-3 L-1 Home Away Intr 12-5 5-9 0-0 9-8 8-8 0-0 6-8 11-8 9-1 1 4-8 6-9 8-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 Weet Division GB — 2 6 7 L10 Streak Home Away Intr 6-4 W-2 9-8 12-5 0-0 5-5 Z-3-7 2-8 W-2 L-4 L-4 9-6 7-7 8-6 9-8 7-11 7-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division OB 5 5Vi 6 Vi 12 22 4-6 6-4 6-4 3-7 W 20 19 16 11 10 24 Pet .686 .543 .531 .500 .353 Central Dlvlalon Pet GB .556 — .543 Vi .457 3V: 7V4 9 L10 Streak Home Away Intr z-5-5 W-1 13-4 11-7 0-0 L-1 L-1 W-2 W-2 15-5 9-4 8-8 5-9 4-11 0-0 8-11 0-0 10-10 0-0 7-13 0-0 .333 .294 L10 StreaK 4-6 W-1 L-1 L-2 W-1 z-7-3 z-5-5 4-6 4-6 L-1 Home Away Intr 12-8 8-8 0-0 7-7 12-9 0-0 11-7 5-12 0-0 5-7 6-15 0-0 4-8 6-16 0-0 West Division W 21 20 19 12 20 Pet .618 .606 .594 .375 GB z-tlrst game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE Friday's Games Texas 5, Boston 1 Cleveland 5, Detroit 0 Seattle 8, Baltimore 2 Toronto 4, Minnesota 1 Milwaukee 5, Anaheim 4 Chicago White Sox 3, Oakland 2, 10 Innings Kansas City 7, N.Y. Yankees 5,12 Innings Saturday's Garnet Detroit 6, Cleveland 0 Texas 11, Boston 5 N.Y. Yankees 5, Kansas City 2 Seattle 3, Baltimore 2,11 Innings Milwaukee 4, Anaheim 3, 10 Innings Oakland at Chicago White Sox (n) Toronto at Minnesota (n) Sunday's QimM Cleveland (Hershlser 3-0) at Detroit (Thompson 2-2), 12:05 p.m. Texas (Pavllk 2-3) at Boston (Gordon 1-4), 12:05 p.m. Kansas City (Rosado 3-0) at N.Y. Yankees (D.Wells 3-1), 12:35 p.m. Seattle (D.Martinez 1-2) at Baltimore (Ertckson 5-1), 12:35 p.m. Anaheim (Flnley 0-2) at Milwaukee (McDonald 3-2), 1:05 p.m. Oakland (Adams 2-3) at Chicago White Sox (Alvarez 1-4), 1:05 p.m. Toronto (W.Willlams 0-2) at Minnesota (Aldred 1-4)), 7:05 p.m. L10 Streak Home Away Intr z-4-6 L-4 12-7 9-6 0-0 z-4-6 W-1 12-9 8-4 0-0 z-8-2 W-2 13-8 6-5 0-0 3-7 L-2 8-13 4-7 0-0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Friday's Games Philadelphia 3, Colorado 1 Pittsburgh 9, Atlanta 0 Florida 3, Houston 2 N.Y. Mels 10, St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 7, San Diego 2 Los Angeles 5, Montreal 1 Chicago Cubs 5, San Francisco 3, 14 Innings Saturday's Games San Francisco 4. Chicago Cubs 2 Atlanta 9, Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 5, Colorado 4. 10 Innings Houston 4, Florida 2 N.Y. Mets at St. Louis (n) Montreal at Los Angeles (n) Cincinnati at San Diego (n) Sunday'! Gsmn Houston (Wall 1-0) at Florida (A.Fernandez 3-4), 12:35 p.m. Colorado (Thomson 0-0) at Philadelphia (Schilling 4-3), 12:35 p.m. Atlanta (Smoltz 3-3) at Pittsburgh (Cooke3-3), 12:35 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Mllckl 0-3) at St. Louis (Morris 1-1), 1:15 p.m. Montreal (C.Perez 4-2) at Los Angeles (Nomo 4-2), 3:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Mercker 1-3) at San Diego (Ashby 2-2), 3:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Foster 3-2) at San Francisco (Gardner 3-1), 3:05 p.m. Chicago 000 000 002—2 San Francisco 030 001 OOx— 4 E— RTalis (1), Kent (2). TP— Chicago 1. .OB — Chicago 6, San Francisco 3 2B — Qlanvllle (<). QHIII (10), Snow (6), MLewls (2). SB— Snow 12). CS— Javier (1) S — Rueter. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Tolemaco L.0-2 51-38 4 4 0 6 RTatis 12-31 0 0 0 3 Wendell 1 10001 San Francisco Rueter W.2-0 B 40008 Poole 1-31 1 100 Beck 2-331101 WP — Telemaco. Umpires— Home, Bonln; First, Gregg; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T— 2:40. A—I 7,074 (62,000). American League YANKEES 5, ROYALS 2 KANSAS CrtY NEW YORK •brh bl 5010 4110 4020 4000 30 2 1 4000 3000 1000 4130 4021 Otlrrnn 2b JBellss Roberts II Klnglb CDavts dtl Pquette 3b Spehrc Cooperph TGdwlnd Damon rl Totals Ksnsss City New York 36 211 2 Totals ibrhbl 4000 4120 4322 3000 4011 4112 3010 3000 0000 3010 32 5 8 5 110 000 000—2 010 101 021-5 Raines It Boggs3b BeWmscf TMrtnzlb Fielder dh O'Neill rl Jeter ss Duncan 2b So]o2b Posadac E-JBell (4). DP—Kansas City 1, New York 2. LOB—Kansas City 8. New York 4.2B—Bog- gs (3). 3B—TGoodwIn (2). HR—BeWilllams (5), O'Neill (6). SB—CDavIs (3), BeWllliams 2 (6), TMartinez (1). CS—Damon (6). Posada (1). IP Ksnsai City Appier L.4-2 7 MtWilllams 1 New York MendozaW,2-1 8 MRIvara S,12 1 H RER BB SO WP—MtWilllams, Mendoza. Umpires—Homo, Young: First, Garcia; Second, Ford; Third, Rellly. T—2:51. A—25,007(57,545). ANAHEIM BREWERS 4, ANGELS 3 10 Innings MILWAUKEE ibrhbl ibrhbl Erstadlb 5110 GeWmscf 5010 HolllnsSb 5120 ClrllloSb 40 2 Salmon ft 4021 Nllssontb 400 Leyrilz c 5021 Jahadh 50 0 GAndsnlf 5110 Carrpr 0100 EMrry dh 3010 Bumitz If 400 OPmro dh 1000 Mleske rf 410 Edmnd d 4010 JiValtn ss 3001 Grbeck2b 3021 Loretta2b 2110 Howell ph 1 0 0 0 Levls c 4131 Allcea 2b 0000 DIScna ss 4010 Totals 40 313 3 Totals 354104 Anihelm 011 010 000 0-3 Milwaukee 000 010 200 1—4 No outs when winning run scored. E—DiSarcina (3). DP—Anaheim 2, Milwaukee 2. LOB—Anaheim 10, Milwaukee 12.2B— Erstad (7), Holllns (5), Grebeck (t), DiSarcina (4), Jaha (6), Mieske (7). CS—Bumitz (3). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Dickson 61-3 9 3 3 1 1 James 21-3 1 0 0 3 2 Holtz 1-300000 DeLucia L.2-1 0 01030 Milwaukee Karl 6 11 3 3 1 4 JMercedes 2-3000 t 1 Vlllone 2-310011 Fetters 12-30 0 0 0 1 DoJonesW.3-0 1 10001 DeLucia pitched to 4 batters In the 10th, Vll- lone pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. HBP—by Dickson (Clrillo). PB—Leyrilz. Umpires—Home, Kaisen First, Brtnkman; Second, Cousins; Third, Welke. T—3:38. A—15,240 (53,192). SEATTLE Cora 2b Buhnei ph Espnza 2b AHdrgzss GrtyJict EMrtnzdh Srienlo 1b DaWlsn c RDavis3b Ducayrf Blweisit Amarallf Totals S«ttl» Baltimore MARINERS 3, ORIOLES 2 11 Innings «brhbl 4121 1000 0000 4120 4001 Incvgla rt 4010 Trasco rt 5110 Holies dh 5030 Rboulet pr Surholllt Wbsteic BALTIMORE ibrhbl ByAdsnd RAImr2b CRipkn3rj RPmio 1b 4021 4010 5010 4000 3100 1000 3010 0000 3100 3001 4000 5000 4010 1011 Boicfckss 4000 41 311 3 ToUla 34 2 5 2 100 000 010 01—3 000 100 100 00-2 E—RDavIs (11). DP—Seattle 2, Baltimore 1, LOB—Seattle 8, Baltimore 9. 2B—Cora (8), ARodriguez (12), Ducey (2). HR-Coia (3) SB—Cora (3), ARodriguez (5), DaWilson (3) ByAnderson (4). S—RAtomar, Surholf, Webster. SF-Gritfey Jr, Webster. If H HER BB SO Seattle Fassero 8 32165 Charlton W.2-1 3 20000 Baltimore Kamienieck! 7 71107 Oiosco 2-31 1 101 ABenitez 11-31 0 0 0 0 RaMyers L.0-2 2 21121 PB—DaWilson, Webster. Umpires—Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Sec ond, Merrill; Third, Scott. T—3:40. A—47,340 (48.262). RANGERS 11, RED SOX S TEXAS Buloid d IRdigz c GreerH JuGnlz dh WCIaik tb Palmer 3b D^Suxrl ibrhbl 4231 4100 5210 5136 5 t 2 1 5000 4120 BOSTON Gicpir ss Cidero If MVghnlb Jritson dh O'Uyif Pmbrtn rt JhValtn2b ibrhbl 5120 5120 4 1 2 5 1 1 2000 2 t 1 0 4010 BRIpkn 2b 5110 Hltberg c 3010 ill ss 2 0 0 0 Frye 3b 4000 LStvns ph t 0 1 1 Bragg d 4012 McLmrZb 2221 otals 42111510 ToUlt 335115 •exss 000 002 306-11 Boston 102 002 000— 5 E—Slocumb (1). DP—Boston 1. LOB— exas 8, Boston 6.2B—Buford (7), WCIark (5), LStevens (4), McLemore (5), Garciaparra 2 (9), MVaughn (5), JhValentin (8), Bragg (8). HR— JuGonzalez (2), MVaughn (8). SB—Oevereaux IP H RER BB SO T»«ta Alberro 5 74401 Vosberg 1-311110 Patterson W.4-3 22-32 0 0 0 3 XHemandez 1 10012 Boston Hammond 6 84413 Corsl 2 31100 Slocumb L.0-2 0 25320 Triteek 1 21111 Alberro pitched to 1 batter In the 6th, Hammond pitched to 2 batters In the 7th, Slocumb pitched to 5 batters In the 9th. WP—Slocumb. PB—Hatteberg. Umpires—Home, Meriwether; First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Craft. T—3:13. A—28,054 (33,925). TIGERS 6, INDIANS 0 CLEVELAND DETROIT abrhbl 3000 BLHntrd 3020 Easley 2b 4000 Hggnsn if 4000 ToCIrk 1b 3000 3000 3010 3000 0000 4000 Grssomd TFmdz2b Thome 1b MaWm 3b Justice It Seltzer dh Giles if Brdersc Curtis ph Vizquel ss ToUla Cleveland DstroH Frymn3b Pride If Tramll rt Hmellndh BJhnsnc DCruzss ibrhbl 3010 3100 4222 4113 3010 4120 0000 4 0 t 1 4000 4100 30 0 3 0 Totlll 33 6 8 8 000 000 000-0 000 110 40x-« E— MaWilliams (3). LOB— Cleveland 9, Detroit 9. 2B— BLHunter (6), Pride (2). HR— Hlg- ginson (5), ToClark (11). SB— BLHunler 2 (16), Easley (10), Hlgglnson (4). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Colon L.0-2 6 52235 ALopez 1-3021 10 Kline 0 32210 Plunk 12-3 0 0 0 1 0 Detroit Olivares W.2-2 9 30057 Kline pitched to 4 batters In the 7th. HBP— by Olivares (Grissom). WP— ALopez. Umpires— Home, Hlrschbeck; First, O'Nora; Second, McKean; Third, Hendry. T— 2:45. A— 30,578(52,416). WHITE SOX 9, ATHLETICS 8 OAKLAND CHICAGO ibrhbl ibrhbl 4100 Phillips 3b 5120 4100 Drham 2b 5230 5124 FThmstb 2313 4000 Belle If 5 t 1 1 3000 Baines dh 4022 3110 LMoutnrt 5120 2110 DaMtnz d 5143 tOOOPenac 4000 4221 OGullnss 4020 3113 33 I 7 8 Total! Mshored Giambi dh Cnsecolf McGwr 1b Berroa rt Spiezk>2b Mgdan 3b Broslus 3b GoWmsc Batista ss ToUll Oiktind Chicago BRAVES 9, PIRATES 3 ATLANTA PrtTSBUROH abrntX 5021 5110 5222 0000 5010 3221 0000 1000 4111 4120 3114 3000 1100 Loflon cf Tucker rf ChJnes 3b BrwsMp McGrftlb Klesko If Betecklp Lckhrt 3b JLopezc Lemke 2b Blauser ss Ibrhbl 4110 3011 4001 4010 4120 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 000 000 000 000 0000 0000 1000 Totals 39 912 9 Totals 35 3 7 3 Atlanta 025 000 011—9 Plflaburgh 001 011 000—3 E—McGriff (2), Blauser (7). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 7.2B—Tucker (3). ChJones (8). 3B—Elster (2). HR—ChJones (3), Klesko (5), JLopez (8), Blauser (4). SB— Lemke (1), AJones (5), Womack (12). AJonesif Wmack2b Alnswrt d EBrwntt KYnglb Elster ss Kendall c JGIIen rl RandaSb Lleberp Sveum ph Sdwskyp MaJhsn ph Peters p Morel p MCmgsph 39 912 9 Totals IP H RER BB SO Atlanti Neagle W.B-0 6 63229 Bleleckl 2 00002 Borowski 1 10000 Pittsburgh LloberL,1-4 3 77725 Sodowsky 3 10022 Peters 1 00001 Morel 2 42211 WP—Sodowsky. PB-^JLopez. Umpires—Home. Rieker; First, Bucknor; Second, Montague; Third. Bell. T—2:36. A—30,143 (47,972). PHILLIES S, ROCKIES 4 10 Innings COLORADO PHILA abrhbl 4120 2001 3000 4000 0000 1011 0000 4110 4021 3111 1000 4000 2000 0000 0000 0000 1100 J3 4 7 4 Totlll 39 917 > 042 200 000— t 500 000 301-9 One out when winning run scored. E— Batista (2). DP— Oakland 3, Chicago 1. LOB— Oakland 6, Chicago 9. 2B— Spiezio (13), Phillips (5), Baines 2 (4). HR— Canseco (6), Batista (2), FThomas (4), DaMartinez (2). SB— Berroa (3), Durham (10). IP H RER BB SO Oakland Telgheder 6 95512 SMontgomery 2-322210 Acre 011100 Groom 0 10000 Taylor L.1-2 1 2-3 4 1 1 2 5 Chldgo Drabek 2 1-3 4 6 6 3 3 CCastillo 4 32135 Bertottl 0 00010 LevlneW,2-1 22-3 0 0 0 1 3 Acre pitched to 1 batter In the 7th, Groom pitched to t batter In the 7th, Beitolti pitched to 1 batter In the Till. WP— CCaslillo. PB— Pena. Umpires— Home, Kosc; First, Clark; Second, Morrison; Third, Bamett. T-3:31.A-28.816 (44,321). National League GIANTS 4, CUBS 2 CHICAGO McRae c! Qlnville H MaGrc tb Sosail Dnstonss Sndbrg 2b JHmdz 3D DCIarkph MHbrdc Hanssnph Timacop RTatis p Snchaz ph Wndellp Totals SAN FRAN ibrhbl DHmln d 4010 Javier It GHill rl ibrhbl 4000 4120 4010 4120 Kenl2b 4010 Snow 1b 4001 MLewls 3b 3000 RWIkns c 1010 Vzcainoss 3000 Ruetar p 1000 2010 0000 1000 0000 35 2 8 1 Totals Poole p Beckp 4010 4110 4120 3 t 2 1 3112 3000 3011 2010 0000 0000 30 410 4 Jtfertos If Mmdnl2b Rolen 3b Daulton rt Lbrthalc Brognatb Mageed Sleeker ss MLeltr p Sprdtinp Hudlerph Bttakop ibrhbl 4021 4110 5010 5232 4000 3112 4000 2110 1000 0000 1000 0000 33 5 95 EcYng 2t> McCkncf LWalkr rf Bchettelf BRulfn p Coles ph SReedp Glrrga 1b JeReedc Bates 3b Castilla 3b Weiss ss Rltzp MMunzp McCnyp VnWalph Burks If Total. Colorado 000 100 110 1—4 Philadelphia 020 000 100 2—5 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Weiss (4), Rolen (2). DP—Colorado 1 Philadelphia 1. LOB—Colorado 6, Philadelphia 6.2B—EcYoung (14), Galarraga (6), Morandl- nl (7), Rolen (7). 3B-^atlertes (1). HR—Bates 1), Daulton (3), Brogna (3). CS—Morandln 3), Brogna (1). S—EcYoung, McCracken Letter 2. SF—McCracken. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Ritz 51-3 6 2 2 3 2 MMunoz 2-300000 McCuny 1 11110 BRutfin 2 00014 SReedL,0-1 2-322201 Philadelphia MLeiter 72-3 5 3 3 2 3 Spradlin 11-30 0 0 0 1 Bottalico W.M 1 21120 WP—Rltz, MLeiter. PB—Lieberthal. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Danley; Second, Davis; Third, Hernandez. T—3:09. A—17,629 (62,586). m»«e City Walker Montgomery Pichardo RVeres W.2-0 New York (nRogers kelson 62-3 I 1-3 1 1 71-3 1 2-3 Boehringr L.1-2 2 2-3 3 2 0 2 3 Stanton 1-30 0 0 0 0 JWalker pitched to 1 batter in the 9th Umpires—Home, Reilry; First. Young: Sec md, Garcia; Third. Ford. T—4:33. A—20,098 (57.545) WHITE SOX 3, ATHLETICS 2 OAKLAND CHICAGO ab r h bl «b r ri bl Mshore d 4100 Phillips 3b 5000 Giambi If 5020 Drham 2b 5000 EnYngd 0000 FThmsIb 4120 Cnseco rf 5011 Belle If 4020 McGwr 1b 5000 Baines dh 3121 ierroa dh 5010 NMartn dh 2110 Spiezio 2b 4131 LMoutn rt 5020 Broslus 3b 2000 DaMInz d 4011 vlayne c 2000 Pena c 2011 GoWms c 1000 Kreuler c 1000 Batista ss 2000 OGulln ss 4000 Mgdan 3b 1000 Totala 36 2 7 2 Total! 39 311 3 Oakland 001 000 010 0—2 Chicago 000 002 000 1—3 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Magadan (1). Durham (4). DP—Oakland 1. Chicago 1. LOB—Oakland 9. Chicago 11. 2B—Spiezio (12), Baines (2). 3B—Belle (1). HR—Spiezio (5). CS—Brosius (2), LMouton (2). METS 2, CARDINALS 0 NEW YORK ST. LOUIS abrhbl 4010 DeShld 2b 3000 DYng tb 3121 Everett d Alfonzo 3b Olerud 1b Hndleyc Gllkey If Baerga 2b Alxndr2b Huskey rt Ochoart Ordnezss JJorwsp MFrcoph JoFrcop MkSwyrf 3000 McGee ph 4000 Gallego pr 4130 Lnkfrd cf 0000 Qanllf GaetttSb Mabryrf Difellce c Fostasp Frsctrep Clayton ss AlBensp Lmpkkic 32 2 9 2 ToUll 000 001 100—2 000 000 000-0 E—DeShields (4), Gant (2). DP—New York 1, St. Louis 1. LOB—New York 7, St. Louis 5. 2B—Everett (3), Baerga (7), Clayton (14). HR-Olerud (6). SB—Hundley (1), Baerga (2), tayton (9). CS—Huskey (1). S—Alfonzo. 3000 0000 4021 3000 t 0 1 0 0000 Totali Nsw York St. Louli ibrhbl 4000 2000 0000 1010 0000 2000 4000 4000 3000 3010 0000 0000 3010 2000 1000 210 3 0 IP H RER BB SO Nsw York BJones W.6-2 8 20034 JoFranco S.9 1 10001 St Louis AIBenesL.3-4 71-3 6 2 t 1 4 Fossas 1-300010 Frascatore 11-33 0 0 0 0 HBP—by AlBenes (Olerud). Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Layne; Second, Runge; Third, West. T-2:28. A-43,747 (49.676). ASTROS 4, MARLINS 2 HOUSTON FLORIDA ibrhbl 4211 Mlllard 2b 3220 Rntaita ss 5011 Esnrich If 2010 ShtMd rt 3000 Aloud 0000 Bonllla 3b 2010 Conine 1b 2012 CJhnsn c Biggio 2b DeBell d Bgwell tb LGnzlzlf Berry 3b Bogar3b Spiers ss Gterrez ss Abreurf Asmusc Holtp 1010 RSprgr p BWgnr p 4000 Helling p 4010 Cookp 3000 05807 ph abrhbl 4010 4021 3100 2020 4010 4001 4000 4120 1000 0000 0 0 0 0 Stnfr p 0000 1000 Cnglosi ph 0000 Mutton p 0000 33 4 I 4 Totale 31 2 I 2 100 020 001—4 000 110 000-2 E—RSpringer (1). DP—Houston 2, Florida 2. LOB—Houston 8, Florida 6. 2B—Bagwell (9). Spiers (5). HR—Biggio (5). CS—Milliard (1), Renteria (3). Totila Houston Florid* IP H RER BB SO IP H RER BB SO Oakland Prieto 7 92226 Groom 1-300000 ASmallL.4-1 21-3 2 1 0 2 1 Chicago Navarro 7 61149 Levine 1-30000 1 TCastillo 2-311110 RHmdzW,2-1 2 00002 Prieto pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP— Prieto. PB— Pena 2. Umpires — Home. Bamett; First. Kosc; Second, Clark; Third, Morrison. T— 3:32. A— 16,295(44,321). NATIONAL LEAGUE REDS 7, PADRES 2 CINCINNATI SAN DIEGO ibrhbl ibrhbl DSndrs d 5020 QVeras 2b 0000, HMorisIb 5000 Cnfrcco2b 4111 Larkinss 4010 SFInleycl 4010 1100 Gwvnn rt 4020 3110 Cminltl 3b 4000 2010 GVghn H 3111 5112 Flhertyc 4000 2212 Lee 1b 3000 4121 Gomez ss 3010 0000 TiWoril p 1000 3121 Slaughtph 1000 3001 Longp 0000 0000 Shmpit ph 1000 0000 Dveras p 0000 37 7 11 7 Total! 32262 010 130 110—7 000 011 000—2 E— Caminiti (3), TiWorrell (3). DP— Cincinnati 1, San Diego 1. LOB— Cincinnati 7, San Diego 4. 2B— RSanders (4). HR— WGreene (4), Boone (1), JOIrver (1), Clanfrocco (2), GVaughn (7). SB— DSanders (21). CS— CGoodwin (1). S— WGreene. Houiton HoltW,4-3 61-3 8 2 2 4 1 RSpringer 11-31 0 0 0 2 BWagnerS.8 11-30 0 0 0 3 Florid! Helling L.1-2 41-3 5 3 3 3 2 Cook 2-310011 Slanifer 2 00001 Hutlon 2 21111 HBP—by Helling (Biggio). Umpires—Home, Reliford; First, Vanover; Second, DeMuth; Third, Quick. T—3:04. A—42,132(41,855). Late boxscores AMERICAN LEAGUE ROYALS 7, YANKEES S KANSAS CITY NEW YORK ibrhbl 5100 5110 6224 5012 3000 3010 5010 3000 2010 3010 1000 0100 4210 0000 45 7 9 6 Totlll Otfrmn 2b JBellss Klnglb COavisdh Vitiellort Damon It Dye If Pquette 3b Cooper3b MiSwyc Roberts ph Spehrc TGdwlnd DHwrd d ToUll KwuuClly 000 003 020 002—7 Nsw York 101 100 200 000-5 E—King (3), Jeter (4), Hayes (4). LOB— Kansas City 7. New York 13. 2B—King (8) Dye (3), TGoodwIn (3), Raines (6), BoWilliams (14), Duncan (5). 3B—TMartinez (1). HR— King (5), Jeter (4). SB—BeWilllams (4), Hayes (1). S—OHoward, Whiten. •t. U> H RER BB SO Raines If Jelei ss BeWmsd TMrtnzlb Fielder dh PKellydh O'Neill dh Whiten if Hayes 3b Duncan 2b Sojo2b Boggs3b Giraidl c ibrhbl 6330 6122 5011 4021 4000 0000 2010 4000 4110 3011 1000 2000 6010 47 512 5 Tbnsee If EduPrz II RSndrsrt WGme3b Boone 2b 8mson2b JOtverc Smiley p CGdwin ph Belinda p Totals Cincinnati Sin Diego IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Smiley W.3-5 7 6 2 2 0 11 Belinda 2 00003 San Diego TiWorrell L.2-4 5 85522 Long 2 21101 DVeras 2 11113 HBP-by Smiley (GVaughn). WP—Smiley. Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Wendelstedl; Second, Kellogg; Third, Ponclno. T—2:33. A—22,695 (59,772). DODGERS S, EXPOS 1 MONTREAL LOS ANGELES ibrhbl 4120 3011 4010 1000 3000 3010 0000 0000 0000 1000 3010 4010 3000 2000 1000 32 1 7 1 Totlll Hlndswd Gagness Piazza c Karros 1b Mndesi rt ZeitoSb Ashley H Hallp WGrero 2b IValdes p Rdnskyp Urla.no ph Kirby II ibrhbl 4121 4000 3100 3110 4122 4022 4000 0000 3110 1000 0000 0000 0000 irdzlnss Losing 2b RWhlted Seguitb Orsulak 1b HRdrgz If DVeres p Urblnap MValdsp Stnkwcph VGrero rt Sntngto* Widgerc frmnsp Strange 3b 'Otlll 32 1 7 1 Totlll 30 5 8 5 Montntl 100 000 000—1 LosAngsIss 000 000 OSx-5 E—Grudzielanek (7). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Montreal 6, Los Angeles 5. 2B—Hoi- andsworth (7), Mondesi (7), Zelle (5), WGuer- ero (5). 3B—Grudzielanek (1). SB— Srudzielanek (7), Mondesi (8). CS—Mondesi 1). S-Llrtano. SF—Lansing. IP H RER BB SO Montreal Hermanson 61-3 3 0 0 1 4 DVeres 2-31 0001 UrblnaL.1-2 2-335520 MValdes 1-310001 LosAngslM Valdes 72-3 7 1 1 1 9 Radinsky W.1-0 1-300000 Hall 1 00000 PB—Wldger. Umpires—Home, Williams, C,; First, Froem- mlng; Second, Rippley; Third, Nelson, J.. T—2:46. A—41,234(56,000). CHICAGO McRaed Dnstonss Wndellp Pttrsonp JHmdz ss MaGrc Ib Sosarf DCIarklf TAdmsp : oster ph 3ttntldp Hansen 3b Sndbrg 2b Servals c MHbrdc Trchsel p 2aslanp techno ph jnchezss Ro|asp ilnville If ToUll Chlcigo CUBS 5, GIANTS 3 14 Innings abrhbl 6122 3010 0000 0000 3110 4122 7020 5000 0000 RRdrgz p 0000 RWIkns ph Roap Snowlb Bnyhllc Aurilla ss VnLndnp DHmtnd MLewls ph Beckp Vzcalno 2b Mueller 3b GHill rt BondsH Kent 2b 1000 3000 6121 4010 2000 2000 Javier ph 0000 Tvarez p Poole p OHenry p Be raid cl SAN FRAN abrhbl 3100 1000 0000 2000, 6131 6121 4000 4000 0000 1000 0000 5000 6010 6000 1010 1000 0000 0000 0000 3000 1000 1000 0000 2110 50 512 5 Totila 49 3 7 2 100 110 000 000 02—5 SutFrancltco 101 010 000 000 00—3 E—Ounston 3 (6), MHubbard (1), Sanchez (3). DP—Chicago 2, San Francisco 1. LOB— ;hteago 12, San Francisco 12. 3B—Mueller (1). HR—McRae (3), MaGrace (4), Sandberg (3). GHill (4). SB—Ounston (8), Sosa (3), Glanville (4), GHill (2), Kent (2). CS—McRae (4), Hansen (1), Mueller (1). S—Foster. Vn- Landlnghm. IP H RER BB SO Chlcigo Trachsel 5 53344 Caslan 1 00001 Wendell 2 10001 Patterson 2-300002 Rojas 11-30 0 0 0 2 TAdams 2 00023 BttnlMW.I-O 2 10002 Sin Frinclico VnLandinghm 6 53324 Tavarez 2-300020 Poole 0 00010 DHenry 21-3 1 0 0 1 2 Beck 1 00001 RRodriguez 2 10000 RoaL,1-2 2 52221 Poole pitched to 1 batter In the 7th. HBP—by Trachsel (GHill). WP—TAdams. Balk—Trachsel. Umpires—Home. Gorman; First. Bonin; Second, Gregg; Third, Davidson. T—4:57. A-10.309 (62,000). Baseball today By The Associated Press Sunday, May 11 SCOREBOARD Kansas City at New York (12:35 p.m.). The Yankees receive their 1996 World Series championship rings in pregama ceremonies. STARS Friday • Francisco Coidova. Pirates, pitched his lirst career shutout In an 9-0 win over the Colorado Rockies. • Ken Griftey Jr. and Joey Cora, Mariners. Griffey hit his major league-leading 15tli homer and drove In lour runs and Cora went 5-ta-5 with a homer in Seattle's 8-2 win over Baltimore. • Charles Nagy, Indians, pitched his lusl shutout since 1995 with a seven-hid ir as Cleveland defeated the Detroit Tigers 5-

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