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THE SALINA JOURNAL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 D3 T BY THE NUMBERS Major league standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Baltimore 26 13 .667 — z-6-4 W-1 New York 2-1 17 .585 3 z-8-2 L-1 Toronto 21 18 .538 5 6-4 L-1 Detroit 18 23 .439 9 z-6-4 W-2 Boston 16 23 .410 10 2-8 W-1 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Milwaukee 19 18 .514 — 5-5 L-4 Kansas City 20 19 .513 — 5-5 L-2 Cleveland 19 20 .487 1 V? z-4-6 W-1 Chicago 17 22 .436 3'/; z-7-3 W-3 Minnesota 16 26 .381 5V4 3-7 L-1 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Texas 22 16 .579 — 6-4 W-1 Seattle 23 17 .575 — z-5-5 L-2 Anaheim 19 19 .500 3 5-5 W-5 Oakland 17 26 .395 7V4 2-8 L-2 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Atlanta 28 13 .683 — z-6-4 W-2 Florida 25 16 .610 3 8-2 W-6 Montreal 22 17 .564 5 z-7-3 L-1 New York 21 20 .512 7 6-4 W-1 Philadlphla 15 25 .375 12Vi 5-5 W-1 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Houston 22 20 .524 — 4-8 L-1 Pittsburgh 21 20 .512 V4 z-5-5 L-2 St. Louis 17 23 .425 4 z-4-6 L-2 Chicago 13 27 .325 8 5-5 L-1 Cincinnati 12 28 .300 9 z-3-7 L-1 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak San Fran. 24 15 .615 — 5-5 W-1 Los Angles 23 16 .590 1 6-4 W-1 Colorado 23 17 .575 1V4 2-B L-1 San Diego 15 24 .385 9 z-4-6 W-1 z-llrst game was a win Home Away Intr 1S-7 11-6 0-0 12-8 12-9 0-0 11-9 7-13 9-12 10-9 11-10 7-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 Home Away Intr 14-6 5-12 0-0 9-10 11-9 0-0 9>8 10-12 10-11 7-11 8-14 8-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 Home Away Intr 12-B 10-8 0-0 10-10 13-7 0-0 12-7 7-12 0-0 10-10 7-16 0-0 Home Away Intr 15-6 13-7 0-0 17-5 B-11 0-0 13-5 9-12 0-0 10-10 11-10 0-0 8-12 7-13 0-0 Home Away Intr 12-9 10-11 0-0 12-9 0-0 6-15 6-16 6-17 9-11 11-8 7-11 6-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 Home Away Intr 13-9 11-6 0-0 14-9 9-7 0-0 12-7 11-10 0-0 10-13 5-11 0-0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Friday's Games Minnesota 11. Boston 5 Detroit 10, Kansas City 2 Texas 6, N.Y. Yankees 0 Toronto 5, Cleveland 2 Anaheim 5, Milwaukee 1 Baltimore 6. Seattle 3 Chicago White Sox 6, Oakland 2 Saturday's Games Cleveland 8, Toronto 1 Chicago White Sox 7, Oakland 6 Boston 4, Minnesota 0 Detroit 9, Kansas City 2 N.Y. Yankees at Texas (n) Milwaukee at Anaheim (n) Baltimore at Seattle (n) Sunday's Games Cleveland (Ogea 3-3) at Toronto (Carpenter 0-0), 12:05 p.m. Boston (Sele 4-2) at Minnesota (Robertson 3-2), 1:05 p.m. Detroit (Lira 2-2) at Kansas City (Belcher 5-3), 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Cone 5-2) at Texas (Oliver 1-4), 2:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Mercedes 1-0) at Anaheim (Springer 1-1), 3:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Baldwin 1 -5) at Oakland (Mohler 0-5), 3:05 p.m. .Baltimore (Mussina 5-1) at Seattle (RJohnson 5-1), 3:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Friday's Games Chicago Cubs 16, San Diego 7 Florida 3, Pittsburgh 1 Cincinnati 4. Los Angeles 2 Houston 12, Philadelphia 7 Colorado 2, N.Y. Mets 1 Montreal 14, San Francisco 13 Atlanta 1, St. Louis 0,13 Innings Saturday's Games San Ologo 6, Cincinnati 2 N.Y. Mets 3, Colorado 1 Florida 11, Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 4, Houston 2 Atlanta 11, St. Louise Los Angeles 8, Montreal 3 San Francisco 4, Chicago Cubs 1 Sunday's Games Houston (Hampton 2-3) at Philadelphia (Slephenson 0-0), 12:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Astacio 3-1) at Montreal (P.Martinez 6-0). 12:35 p.m. Florida (Saunders 2-1) at Pittsburgh (Schmidt 1-2), 12:35 p.m. Colorado (B.Jonos 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (Mllckl 0-3), 12:40 p.m. San Diego (Valenzuela 1-5) at Cincinnati (Burba 3-4), 1:15 p.m. San Francisco (Estes 5-2) at Chicago Cubs (Mulholland 3-3), 1:20 p.m. St. Louis (An.Benes 2-1) at Atlanta (Glavlne 4-2), 7:05 p.m. American League TIGERS 9, ROYALS 2 DETROIT KANSAS CITY ebrhbl abrhbl BLHntrcf 5122 Ottrmn2b 3000 Easley 2b 5110 JBell ss 3110 Hggnsn II 4 2 2 2 Dye if 1000 ToClik tb 4223 Roberts II 3000 FrymnSb 4110 Vilielloph 1110 Nlevesrf 2200 Kinglb 3001 Hmelln dh 4010 DHwid ss 1010 Csnovac 4011 CDavisdh 4000 DCiuzss. 4011 Pquette3b 2011 . Ji .. Spehrc 4000 ', •' TGdwinct 2000 '. ' Cooper 1b 1010 Damon rf 3000 Tottli 36 911 9 Totall 31 2 5 2 Detroit 104 001 210—9 KsnsuClty 000 100 001—2 LOB—Detroit 10, Kansas City 5. 2B—JBell (8), Paquette (10). HR—BLHunter (3), Higginson. (6), ToClark 2 (16). SB—Easley (12). CS^NIeves (3). S—DCruz. SF—Paquette. IP H HER BB SO Detroit PughW,1-0 8 31124 MMyers 1 21101 Kanm City Pittsley L.0-4 5 65522 Mcdill 12-3 1 3 3 5 1 Montgomery 11-34 1 1 0 1 Plchardo 1 00001 HBP—by Mcdill (Fryman), by Plttsley (Nleves). Umpires—Home, Rellly; First, Young: Second, Garcia; Third, Ford. T—2:52, A—22,891 (40,625). INDIANS B, BLUE JAYS 1 CLEVELAND TORONTO abrhbl ibrhbl Grssom cf 3100 Nixon cl 3000 JuFrco dh 4210 AGnzIz ss 4 0 0 0 Thome 1b 3114 Merced rf 4020 MaWm 3b 1000 Sprgue 3b 4110 Seltzer 3b 3122 CDIgdo 1b 3021 Rmirez if 5001 Bimlld dh 4000 Giles If 4021 O'Brien c 4000 TFmdz 2b 5010 SGreen It 4 0 1 0 Biders c 4110 CGrcia 2b 4030 Vizquel ss 3210 ToUli 35 8 9 8 Totall 34 1 9 1 ClavtUnd 004 020 101-8 Toronto 000 000 010-1 DP—Cleveland 2. LOB—Cleveland 8, Toronto 8. 2B—Seltzer (4), TFemandez (9), CGarcia (6). 3B—CDelgado (2). HR—Thome (8). SB—Vizquel (12). IP H HER BB SO Cleveland ALopez W.1-2 5 30014 Kline 3 61103 Mesa 1 00001 Toronto WWIIIIams 1,1-3 5 4 6 6 4 4 Flenei 4 52232 HBP—by ALopez (CDelgado), by WWIIIiams (MaWilliams). WP—Kline 2. Umpires—Homo, McKean; First, Hlrschbeck; Second, Hlckox; Third, Hendry. T-2;47. A-36,220 (51,000). WHITE SOX 7, ATHLETICS 6 CHICAGO OAKLAND 4020 4 1 1 5 ibrhbl abrhbl 6230 Mshore cf 3000 4 00 Giambi dh 5 0 1 0 3 33 Stalls It 3100 3 1 0 McGw 1b 4221 Berroa if 3210 Splezio2b 4122 2 3 Mgdan 3b 4022 3010 Mayne c 4000 5000 Brnigal ss 3000 Cnsecc ph 1000 37 7 13 7 ToUli 34 8 8 5 001 060 000-7 000 301 020-6 E—Cameron (1). DP—Chicago 1, Oakland 1. LOB—Chicago 12, Oakland 5.2B—Ouiham 2 (6), FThomas 2 (9), Balnes 2 (11). HR— DaMaitinez (3), McGwire (14), Spiezlo (6), QS—Mashore (2). S—Snopek, Karkovlce. IP H RER BB SO Chicago DDarwlnW,1-2 6 44325 Kaichnei 12-3 2 2 2 1 0 ' RHeinandez S,9 11-32 0 0 1 2 Oakland KarsayL.0-5 41-3 8 7 7 3 5 CReyes 12-3 1 0 0 2 3 Groom 1 10000 Drham2b Cmeron cf FThms'lb Belle If Balnes dh Snopek 3b DaMInz rf Krkvcec OGulln ss ToUll Chicago Oakland Wenjert 1 20010 ASmall 1 10000 HBP—by Kaisay (Karkovice). Umpires—Home, Ciatl; Flist, Meriwether; Second, Evans: Thiid, McCoy. T—3:05. A-20,140 (43,662). RED SOX 4, TWINS 0 BOSTON MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Grcpn ss 5000 Knblch 2b 4010 Biaggcf 3220 Lawtonrl 3000 Crdeiolf 3110 Moliloidh 4000 MVghn 1b 4012 Slnbch c 4020 Jflrspndh 3000 Sttwlaklb 3000 Wiring 3b 4021 DrJksn cl 4010 O'Liy if 3121 BockBi it 2000 Pnibnn rt 1000 Meares ss 3000 JhValln 2b 4000 GMyis ph 1000 Httbeig c 4000 TWalki 3b 3000 Total* 34 4 8 4 Totall 31 0 4 0 Boiton 012 000 010—4 MlnnuoU 000 000 000—0 DP—Minnesota 1. LOB—Boston 6, Min nesota 8. 2B—Bragg (10), MVaughn (7) Knoblauch (5). Hfi—O'Leary (4). I IP H RER BB SO Boston GoidonW,2-5 9 4 0 0 4 10 Minnesota RadkeL,3-3 72-3 8 4 4 3 5 iuaidado 11-30 0 0 0 3 Umpires—Home, Brlnkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Kaiser. T—2:40. A—18,388 (55,883). National League METS 3, ROCKIES 1 COLORADO NEW YORK abrhbl ibrhbl EcYni2b 5010 Everettcf 3000 McCknd 3010 MFrcoSb 3000 LWalkr rf 4010 Allonzo 3b 1010 Glrrga 1b 4111 Oleiud 1b 4110 Bchelte If 4030 Hndley c 4120 JeReed c 2000 Gilkey II 4110 Coles ph 1010 Bae.-ga 2b 4032 Bates3b 3000 Oidnezss 0000 Caslilla ph 1000 Huskey if 4021 Weiss ss 2000 JoFrco p 0000 Thmsn p 2000 Alxndi ss 3000 Vn Wai ph 1000 BJones p 3000 DeJean p 0000 Ochoa if 0000 SReed p 0000 Bulks ph 0000 Mnwm pi 0000 Tolals 32 1 8 1 Totals 33 310 3 Colorado 000 000 010—1 New York 000 201 OOx—3 E—Oleiud (2). DP—New York 2. LOB—Colorado 9, New York 7. 2B—Coles (1), Gilkey (6). HR—Galairaga (8). CS—EcYoung (6), Hundley (2). S-^leReed. IP H RER BB SO Colorado Thomson L.0-2 6 73313 DeJean 1 10001 SReed 1 20002 Ntw York BJones W.7-2 8 71134 JoFrancoS,12 1 10011 Umpires—Home, Quick; First, Reliford; Second, Vanovei; Third, Darling. T-2:36. A-23,987 (55,601). BRAVES 11, CARDINALS 6 ST. LOUIS ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl DeShld 2b 4120 Lofton cf 5252 Fklnif 3211 AJonescf 0000 Gantlf 3211 Tuckeiif 4111 Lnkfid cf 4114 ChJnes 3b 3111 Mabiy tb 4 0 0 0 Byid p 0000 Gaettl 3b 2000 Clontz p 0000 GulanSb 2000 McGrfMb 4122 Difelicec 2010 Klesko If 4130 Ragglo p 0000 JLopez c 5012 MkSwyph 1010 Lemke2b 5110 Painter p 0000 Blauserss 4232 McGee ph 1000 Blllard ss 0100 Clayton ss 4000 Smoltz p 3120 Morris p 1000 Midcal 3b 1000 Lmpkin c 3000 Totall 54 676 Totall 38111910 St. Louli 000 002 040- 6 Atlanta 020 304 20x-11 E—Clayton (2), Lemke (3). DP—St. Louis 2. LOB—St. Louis 3, Atlanta 8.2B-^ILopez (10), Blauser (11). 3B—Lofton (2). HR—Fianklln (2), Gant (6), Lankfoid (7), Blauser (6). SB— DeShlelds (9). S—Tucker SF—McGritf. IP H RER BB SO SL Loull MontsL.1-2 4 95431 Ragglo 2 64402 Painter 2 42201 Atlanta Smoltz W.5-3 7 52207 Byid 1-31 3 3 20 ClonU 12-3 1 1 1 0 2 PB—Dilellce. Balk—Byid. Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Pull!; Second, Davidson; Third, Bonin. T—2:37. A-48,366 (50,000). PADRES 6, REDS 2 SAN DIEGO CINCINNATI abrhbl abrhbl SFinleycf 5110 DSndisct 4010 Shipley 2b 4121 CGdwin If 3021 QVeras 2b 1110 Larkm ss 4000 Gwynn it 4132 Tbnsee c 4000 CrJnes If 4000 RSndis if 4000 Joynei 1b 3001 LHrris 1b 3121 Cnlrcco 3b 4120 Pndlton 3b 3010 Flherty c 5010 Crrasco p 0000 Gomez ss 4111 Sllivan p 0000 JHmltnp 2000 JOIveiph 1000 Bamon ph 1011 Boone 2b 2000 PSmilti p 0000 Mickei p 1100 Slaughl ph 0000 Belinda p 0000 Bchller p 0000 Rmlngr p 0000 Hflman p 0000 Reese 3b 2000 Totals 37 612 6 Tolals 31 2 6 2 SanDlago 100 012 200—6 Cincinnati 001 001 000-2 LOB-San Diego 10, Cincinnati 7.2B—SFin- loy (10), Shipley (2), Gwynn (6), Beamon (1), HR—Shipley (1), Gwynn (8), LHarrls (2). SB— Gwynn (6), Clanlrocco (3), CGoodwin (5) CS—Flaherty (3), CGoodwin (5). SF-Joyner, IP H RER BB SO San Dltgo JHamilton W.2-1 5 51112 PSmith 2 11101 Bochllur 12-30 0 0 2 1 HotlmanS,? 1-300000 Cincinnati MeickerL,1-4 6 52223 Belinda 2-342201 Remliiigei 2-3222 1 0 Cauasco 12-3 t 0 0 1 2 Sullivan 1 00012 HBP—by JHamlllon (CGoodwin), by JHamll ton (Boone). PB—Flaherty. Balk—Cauasco. Umpires—HomR, Hernandez, First, Wrist; Second, Winters: Third, Layne T—2:50. A—21.469(52.952). PHILLIES 4, ASTROS 2 HOUSTON PHILA Bb r h bl lib r h bl Blggio 2b 4000 Jftsries II 3110 THwrd cf 4000 Mmdnl 2b 2011 Lima p 0000 Rolen 3b 2113 Bgwoll 1b 4111 Daulton rf 3000 LGnzIz It 4010 DeMay rf 1010 Abreu rf 4000 Lbrthal c 4010 Spiers 3b 0 t 0 0 Brogna 1b 4000 Bogai 3b 1000 Magee ct 3000 JMoutn cl 0000 Slockei ss 3120 Eseblo c 3000 Schllng p 2110 Gterrez ss 3021 Bttalico p 0000 Rynlds p 2000 RSprgr p 0000 Berry 3b 0000 Totals 29 2 4 2 Totals 27 4 8 4 Houston 100 010 000—2 Philadelphia 002 000 20x—4 E—Magee (4). DP—Houston 2. Philadelphia 1. LOB—Houston 3. Philadelphia 5, 2B— Gutierrez (2), Lieberthal (5), Stocker (10). HR—Bagwell (12), Rolen (3). CS—Spiers (1), DeMay (1). S—Schilling. SF—Morandlni, Rolen. IP H RER BB SO Houston Reynolds L.4-4 61-3 7 4 4 3 6 RSpringor 2-300000 Lima 1 10000 Philadelphia Schilling W.6-3 8 3 2 2 3 11 BottalicoS.9 1 10001 WP—Reynolds, RSpringer. Umpires—Home, Ponclno; Fiist, Marsh; Second. Holbiook; Third. Wendelsledt. T—2:37. A—17,138(62.586). MARLINS 11.PIRATES1 FLORIDA PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Cnglosi rt 5220 Wmack 2b 3 0 1 0 Rnleria ss 6122 Polcovich ssl 000 Abbott II 4021 ABrwn cl 5010 Hutton p 0000 AMartn II 3000 McMlln ph 1011 MaJhsn 1b 3 0 0 0 FHrdia p 0000 Sveum ss 4020 Powell p 0000 Kendall c 4010 Alou cf 5111 JGIIen it 4110 Conine tb 5221 Randa 3b 2000 Bonllla 3b 4031 KYng ph 1000 AAnas 3b 1110 Cooke p 1000 CJhnsn c 4121 Sdwsky p 0 0 0 0 Mlliard 2b 5110 EBrwn ph 1000 Rapp p 3111 Morel p 0000 Wehnor rt 2110 MCmgs ph 1 0 1 1 Wnhuse p 0 0 0 0 Oslk ph 1010 Totall 451119 9 Totals 34 1 8 1 Florida 103 201 112—11 Plttaburgh 000 000 100— 1 E—Rapp (2), Polcovich (1), Sveum (2). DP— Florida 2, Pittsburgh 2. LOB—Florida 9, Pittsburgh 10. 2B—Cangelosi (1), McMillon (1), Alou (9), Conine (3), Bonilla 2 (14), CJohnson (7), Sveum (6), Kendall (9), JGulllen (5). HR— Rapp (1). SB—Alou (5), ABiown (1). CS— Renteria (4). IP H RER BB SO Florida Rapp W.3-2 6 30034 Hutton 1 21101 FHeredia 1 20001 Powell 1 10000 Pittsburgh Cooke L.3-5 22-3 8 4:4 0 0 Sodowsky 21-3 4 2 2 0 6 Morel 2 42201 Walnhouse 2 33112 HBP—by Powell (Polcovich), by Wainhouse Cangelosi). WP—Sodowsky. Balk—Wain- house. Umpires—Home, Rippley; Flist, Hiischbeck, M.; Second, Williams, C.; Third, Barnes. T—2:52. A—32,066 (47,972). DODGERS 8, EXPOS 3 LOS ANGELES MONTREAL abrhbl ibrhbl Hlndswcf 4221 Grdzlnss 4000 WGreio2b 5132 Lnslng2b 4010 Piazza c 4111 MValds p 0000 Mndesi if 5221 RWhlle cf 3000 Zeile 3b 4002 Segui tb 4010 Karros 1b 4000 VGierorf 4000 Ashley It 4010 Fltcheic 2210 Klrby II 0000 Oisulak If 4110 Castro ss 4110 Strange 3b 4022 Nomop 4110 CPeiezp 1000 Rdnsky p 0000 Obando ph 1000 Tones p 0000 Sntnglo 2b 1000 Totall 38811 7 Totall 32362 Los Angeles 004 120 001-4 Montrsal 000 000 201—3 E—Grudzielanek (10), VGuerrero (4), Strange (2). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Montreal 6.2B—Mondesi (9), Castro (2), Nome (2), Fletchei (4), Strange (6). 3B—WGuenero (6). SF—Piazza, Zello. IP H RER BB SO Lot Angelei NomoW,5-2 81-3 6 3 3 4 11 Radinsky 2-3 .0 0 0 0 0 Montreal CPerezL,4-3 5 87400 Tones 2 10001 MValdes 2 21113 Umpires—Home, Rleker; First, Rapuano; Second, Gorman; Third, Tata. T—2:33. A—28,871 (46,500). GIANTS 4, CUBS 1 SAN FRAN CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl DHmtn cf 4000 McRae ct 4110 Vzcalno ss 4000 Glnville If 3011 GHill rt 4000 MaGic 1b 4010 Javier rt 0000 Sosa rt 4000 Bonds II 4110 Dnslon ss 4030 Kent2b 4 t 1 2 Seivalsc 3010 Snowlb 4010 JHindz3b 3000 MLewis 3b 2100 Snchez 2b 3000 Beck p 0000 Tlniaco p 2000 Bnyhllc 1010 DCIaikph 1000 RWIknsc 3112 Rojasp 0000 Gidner p 3000 Pttrson p 0000 Mueller 3b 0000 Totall 33 4 5 4 Totili 31 1 7 1 SanFranclaco 000 000 022—4 Chicago 100 000 000-1 E—JHernandez (3). LOB—San Francisco 4, Chicago 5. 2B—Snow (9), Bern/hill (2), Dunston (7). 3B—McRae (4), Glanvllle (2). HR— Kent (9), RWIIklns (3). CS—MaGrace (1). S— Servals. SF—Glanvllle. IP H RER BB SO San Franclico Gardner W,5-1 8 71107 BeckS,14 1 00001 Chicago Telemaco L.0-3 8 32218 Ro|as 2-32221 1 Patteison 1-30 0 0 0 0 Umpires—Home, Montague; Fiist, Bell; Second, Ciawtoid; Third, Halllon. T—2:25. A—34,309 (38,756). Late boxscores FRIDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ANGELS 5, BREWERS 1 MILWAUKEE ANAHEIM abrhbl abrhbl GeWmsIf 4110 Erstad 1b 3100 Clrillo 3D 2010 Edmnd cl 4122 Mleske rt 4011 Hollins 3b 3121 Nilssomb 4000 Leyrilzc 4010 Jaha dh 3010 Salmon rf 4010 Loietta ss 3000 GAndsn II 3110 Diaz 2b 3000 OPmio If 0000 Can cf 3010 EMiry dh 4000 Mlheny c 2000 Allcea 2b 3112 Nwlield ph 1000 DIScna ss 2000 Levls c 0000 Totall 29 1 S 1 Totili 30 5 8 5 Ullwaukw 100 000 000-1 Analulm 000 002 21X—6 E—Matheny (1), Edmonds (3). DP—Milwaukee 1, Anaheim 3. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Ana- helm 5. 2B—Can (3). HH—Edmonds (7), Hollins (2), Allcea (1). SB—Hollins (5), Salmon (3), GAndeison (5). CS—Eislad (1). IP H RER BB SO Ullwaukw McDonald L.4-3 72-38 5 5 3 6 DoJones 1-300001 Anaheim CFInleyW,1-3 9 51117 HBP—by McDonald (GAnderson), by CFIn- ley (Clrillo). WP—McDonald. Umpires—Homo, Denklnger; Flisl, Shulock; Second, Reed; Thiid, Tschlda. T—2:44. A-26,033 (64,593). Totals 32 6 10 5 Totals 37 2 9 1 Chicago 001 021 101-fi Oakland 000 001 001—2 E—Durham (6). Bells (4). Lonnon (1), GoW- illlams (1), LOB—Chicago 8. Oakland 12. SB- Phillips (61. Belle (8). Bainos 2 (9). Brosius (2), GoWilliams (3). 3B—Kreuter (1). HR— FThomas (7). SB—Phillips (4). CS—Phillips (1). SF—Durham, Belle. DaMartinez. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Alvarez W.3-4 62-3 7 1 1 1 5 Levlne 11-32 0 0 1 1 LThomas 2-301 01 0 Simas 0 00010 RHemandez S.8 1-30 0 0 0 0 Oakland WAdamsL,2-5 6 64435 SMontgomery 22-3 3 2 2 3 0 Mohlei 1-31 0000 Simas pitched to 2 batters in the 9th, Mohler pitched to 1 batter in the 9lh. Umpires—Home. McCoy; First. Craft; Second, Meriwether; Third, Evans. T—3:24. A—14,237(43.662). ORIOLES 6, MARINERS 3 BALTIMORE SEATTLE ebrhbl abrhbl ByAdsn cl 4110 Cora 2b 4120 RAImr 2b 5122 ARdrgz ss 4111 EDavis dh 4000GityJict 4000 RPmrolb 4011 EMrtnzdh 4010 CRIpkn 3b 3011 Buhner rt 4012 Surhofllt 4000 Srrentotb 3000 Hmnds rt 4110 Amaral ph 1000 Wbstei c 4231 DaWlsn c 3000 Bordick ss 3121 RDavIs 3b 3010 Ducey II 3100 Totall 35 611 6 Totall 33 3 6 3 Baltimore 003 100 011—6 Seattle 001 000 002—3 E—RAIomai (1). Bordick (6). DP—Baltimore 2. Seattle 1. LOB—Baltimore 5, Seattle 3. 2B—CRipkon (8). ARodriguez (14), Buhner (4). HR—Webster (1). SB—Ducey (2). CS— ByAnderson (5). SF—Bordick. IP H RER BB SO Baltimore Etickson W.7-1 8 53104 RaMyeis 1 10001 Seattle DeMtnzL,1-4 71-3 8 5 5 1 4 holzemei 2-31 0000 Manzanlllo 1 21110 Erickson pitched to 2 bailors in the 9th. Umpires—Home, Cedeistiom; Flist, Coble; Second, McClelland; Thiid, Culbieth. T—2:45. A—39,455 (58,879). FRIDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE BRAVES 1.CARDIN ALSO 13 Innings ST. LOUIS ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl DeShld 2b 6020 Lofton cf 4000 McGee H 6000 Tucker rt 6130 Gant It 5000 ChJnes 3b 5000 Lnktrd cf 6030 McGrtf 1b FOOD Gaettl 3b 6020 Klesko If 4000 Mabiylb 3000 AJonesrt 2011 Shatter c 2010 Lemke 2b 3000 Dilelice c 4000 Grtfnno 2b 2010 Fklnph 1000 Blauserss 5010 Gallego3b 1000 EddPrzc 2000 Clayton ss 5030 JLopez c 2010 AlBensp 3000 GMduxp 2000 MkSwyph 1000 Whlersp 0000 Ptkvsk p 0000 Lckhrt ph 1000 Fossasp 0000 Beleckip 0000 TJMIwp 0000 Mrdcalph 1000 Gulan ph 0000 Byrd p 0000 Frsctre p 0000 Embre p 0000 Clontz p 0000 Blliard ph 1000 Biwskl p 0000 Totall 49 0110 Totall 45171 St Loull 000 000 000 000 0-0 Atlanta 000 000 000 000 1—1 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Gaettl (4). LOB—St. Louis 13, Atlanta 11. 2B—Lankford (8), Clayton (16), Tucker (5). SB—Lankford (6), Clayton 2 (12), Tucker 2 (4). CS—DeShlelds (2), Lofton (10). IP H RER BB SO SL Louis AlBenes 9 1 0 0 3 11 Petkovsek 2-32001 t Fossas 1 10001 TJMathews 1-300000 Frascatore L.2-2 12-33 1 1 1 2 Atlanta GMaddux 8 70029 Wohleis 1 00002 Bleleckl 1 00001 Byrd 1-320000 Embree 11-31 0 0 1 4 Clontz 1-300001 BorowsklW,1-0 1 10001 Umpires—Home, Bonln; Flist, Gregg; Second, Pulll; Thiid, Davidson. T-4:09. A-^t6,626 (50,000). Mets' Jones continues to roll, quiets Rockies WHITE sox e, CHICAGO ibrhbl Phillips 3b 4021 DrhamZb 3101 FThms 1b 3121 4011 4120 4000 3001 3110 4220 Balms dh Cmeion cf OaMtm rt Kreuter c OGulln ss ATHLETICS 2 OAKLAND abrhbl Mshore cf Lennon II Stalls rt Cnsecort McGwrlb Berroa dh Spiezlo 2u Brosius 3D Go Wins c Batista ss Brnigal ss Leaders Mgdan ph 3100 3010 2010 3000 5110 6030 4011 4010 4010 2000 1000 1000 (Through Frktay't Ginwt) AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING-Roborts, Kansas City, .387; Justice, Cleveland, .362; JuFranco, Cleveland, .361; TMartinez, New York, .347; GAnderson, Anaheim, .346; (Rodriguez, Texas, .342; Sumoff, Baltimore, .342. RUNS—BeWllllams, New York, 36; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 35; ARodriguez, Seattle, 34; •[Martinez, New York, 34; Jeter, New York, 33; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 32; ToClark, Detroit, 31. RBI—TMartinez, New York, 47; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 47; ToClark, Detroit, 42; CRipken, Baltimore, 35; Justice, Cleveland, 33; MaWilliams, Cleveland, 33; JBell, Kansas City, 33. HITS—TMartinez, New York, 58; BeWil- liams, New York, 57; ARodriguez, Seattle, 54; GAnderson, Anaheim, 53; Garclaparra, Boston, 52; IRodriguez, Texas, 52; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 52. DOUBLES-Sprague, Toronto, 19; O'Neill, New York, 15; Spiezlo, Oakland, 14; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 14; BeWilliams, New York, 14; Lawton, Minnesota, 13; 5 are Bed with 12. TRIPLES—Gardaparra, Boston, 3; Jeter, New York, 3; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 3; Vizquel, Cleveland, 3; Alicea, Anaheim, 3; Sumoft, Baltimore, 3; 12 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—Griffey Jr, Seattle, 16; TMartinez, New York, 16; ToClark, Detroit, 14; McGwire, Oakland, 13; Justice, Cleveland, 12; MaWilliams, Cleveland, 11; MVaughn, Boston, 9. STOLEN BASES—BLHunter, Detroit, 18; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 18; Nixon, Toronto, 17; TGoodwIn, Kansas City, 14; Durham, Chicago, 11; Easley, Detroit, 11; Vizquel, Cleveland, 11. STRIKEOUTS—Cone, New York, 69; Ra- Johnson, Seattle, 63; Appier, Kansas City, 57; Clemens, Toronto, 57; Alvarez, Chicago, 55; Nagy, Cleveland, 51; Hentgen, Toronto, 49. SAVES—MRivera, New York, 14; RaMyers, Baltimore, 13; Chartton, Seattle, 10; Wetteland, Texas, 9; DoJones, Milwaukee, 9; Taylor, Oakland, 8; RHemandez, Chicago, 8. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—LWalker, Colorado, .412; Blauser, Atlanta, .387; EcYoung, Colorado, .365; Gwynn, San Diego, .358; Lofton, Atlanta, .349; Tucker, Atlanta, .348; HRodriguez, Montreal, .347; Olerud, New York, .347. HUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 42; EcYoung, Colorado, 32; Lofton, Atlanta, 32; Galarraga, Colorado, 32; Blggio, Houston, 30; Atou, Florida, 28; Segui, Montreal, 28; Olerud, New York, 28; Burks, Colorado, 28. RBI—LWalker, Colorado, 43; Alou, Florida, 37; Bagwell, Houston, 36; Kent, San Francisco, 35; Bichette, Colorado, 35; Galarraga, Colorado, 35; Hundley, New York, 34. HITS—Lofton, Atlanta, 61; LWalker, Colorado, 61; EcYoung, Colorado, 58; DSanders, Cincinnati, 54; Gwynn, San Diego, 54; Olerud, New York, 52; HRodriguez, Montreal, 51. DOUBLES—Brogna, Philadelphia, 16; HRo- driguez, Montreal, 16; Clayton, St. Louis, 16; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 14; EcYoung, Colorado, 14; Kent, San Francisco, 13; Olerud, New York, 12; LWalker, Colorado, 12; Bonilla. Florida, 12. TRIPLES—WGuerrero, Los Angeles, 5; DSanders, Cincinnati, 5; Woinack, Pittsburgh, 4; DeShields, St. Louis, 4; Klesko, Atlanta, 3; McRae, Chicago, 3; Alou, Florida, 3; Blauser, Atlanta, 3; Bonds, San Francisco, 3. HOME RUNS—LWalker, Colorado, 14; Bagwell, Houston, 11; Castilla. Colorado, 10; Hundley, New York, 10; JLopez, Atlanta, 9; HRodriguez, Montreal, 9; RWhlle, Montreal, 8; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 8; Kent, San Francisco, 8; Alou, Florida, 8. STOLEN BASES-DSanders, Cincinnati, 23; Womack, Pittsburgh, 14; Lofton, Atlanta, 14; LCastillo, Florida, 12; Clayton, St. Louis, 12; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 10; Morandini, Philadelphia, 10; LWalker, Colorado, 10. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Philadelphia. 68; AlBenes, St. Louis, 63; KJBrown, Florida, 61; Nomo, Los Angeles, 55; Reynolds, Houston, 55; Smoltz, Atlanta, 51; PjMartinez, Montreal, 49; GMaddux, Atlanta, 49. SAVES—Beck, San Francisco, 13; ToWor- rell, Los Angeles, 12; Men, Florida, 11; JoFran- co, New York, 11; BWagner, Houston, 9; Wohlers, Atlanta, 9; Bottalico, Philadelphia, 6. New York pitcher hikes record to 7-2 following fourth straight victory By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Bobby Jones knows all too well that he does not have overpowering stuff, even though he leads the NL in victories. Jones won his fourth straight decision, pitching the New York Mets past the Colorado Rockies 3-1 Saturday. Jones (7-2) scattered seven hits in eight innings, striking out four and walking three. He beat the Rockies for the second time this season, and extended his scoreless streak to a career high- tying 18 innings before Andres Galarraga homered in the eighth. "I know I don't have great pitches, but the thing that has got me to where I am is knowing how to pitch," Jones said. "I have confidence I can throw any pitch where I want it to go. "My thoughts are to try to think along the line of a hitter and what he's expecting me to throw. It's a case of trying to outguess him, and so far I've done pretty well," he said. Jones is not overly impressed with his seven victories, which ties him with Roger Clemens of Toronto and Jimmy Key and Scott Erickson of Baltimore for the major league lead. "I don't pay attention to statistics," Jones said. "It's way to early in the year. In the last few seasons there has been nothing to play for in September. I'm hoping that my good start will help change that this season. "Right now there is a big gap between Atlanta and Florida and us and it's important to start closing in now then trying to do it in the stretch," he said. The Mets have won five of their last seven and 13 of their last 19. Padres 6, Reds 2 CINCINNATI — Tony Gwynn had three hits, including a two- run homer, as the San Diego Padres ended a four-game losing streak with a victory over the frustrated Cincinnati Reds. Reds manager Ray Knight coached third base for a second consecutive game and was ejected for arguing a call with umpire Jerry Layne. Knight kicked dirt on third base, uprooted it and slammed it down before leaving. Knight, who was fined for dusting home plate with his hand, foot and cap after a May 1 ejection, is showing the strain of the Reds' worst start in 47 years. Cincinnati has the worst record in the major leagues at 12-28. Craig Shipley hit a solo homer off Kent Mercker (1-4) and Gwynn added a two-run homer, off Mike Remlinger as the Padres won for only the third time in their last 14 road games. Joey Hamilton (2-1), who had been on the disabled list since April 23 because of shoulder ten- dinitis, was activated before the The Associated Press New York Mets pitcher improved his record to 7-2 this season after working eight strong innings in Saturday's 3-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies at Shea Stadium. game and gave up five hits and one run in five innings. Braves 11, Cardinals 6 ATLANTA — One night after being no-hit for 8% innings, Atlanta broke loose for 19 hits — five by Kenny Lofton. John Smoltz (5-3), whose scheduled start was pushed back one day by the flu bug, had two hits to lift his batting average to .435 (10- for-23). Jeff Blauser added three hits, including a two-run homer. Lofton went 5-for-5, giving him a major league-leading 66 hits. He tied a career high with his third five-hit game of the season and fourth of his career. On Friday night, St. Louis' Alan Benes had his no-hit bid broken up with two outs in the ninth inning on a double by Michael Tucker. The Braves went on to win the game 1-0 in 13 innings. Blauser's sixth home run began the scoring in the second inning against Matt Morris (1-2). Ray Lankford hit his second grand slam of the season for St. Louis. Marlins 11, Pirates 1 PITTSBURGH — Pitcher Pat Rapp homered for one of Florida's season-high 19 hits as the Marlins won their sixth straight. The Marlins, now nine games over .500 for the first time in their five-year history, have won the first two games of manager Jim Leyland's three-game homecoming to Pittsburgh. Bobby Bonilla, also formerly of the Pirates, had two doubles among his three hits and Edgar Renteria, 5-for-10 in the series, added a two-run single. Rapp (3-2) hadn't won in five starts overall. He was 0-3 with an 8.00 ERA in five career appearances against the Pirates until shutting them out on three hits for six innings. Steve Cooke (3-5) was the loser. Phillies 4, Astros 2 PHILADELPHIA — Curt Schilling allowed three hits and struck out 11 in eight innings. Schilling (6-3) walked three and raised his major-league leading strikeout total to 79. In his last two games, the right-hander has struck out 23 while allowing three runs and seven hits. Ricky Bottalico pitched the ninth for his ninth save. Mickey Morandini and rookie Scott Rolen hit sacrifice flies in the seventh inning as the Phillies snapped a 2-2 tie. Houston starter Shane Reynolds (4-4) was charged with four runs and seven hits in 6 'A innings. Jeff Bagwell homered for the Astros. Dodgers 8, Expos 3 MONTREAL — Hideo Nomo struck out a season-high 11 in 8 % innings, and doubled to ignite a four-run third inning. Nomo (5-2) allowed six hits to win his third straight decision and stop Montreal's five-game winning streak. Todd Zeile drove in two runs for Los Angeles, which won for the third time in four games. Doug Strange went 2-for-3 with an RBI double for the Expos. Carlos Perez (4-3) lost for the first time in four starts at Olympic Stadium. The left-hander, 12-4 in 20 lifetime appearances at Montreal, allowed seven runs — four earned — and eight hits before leaving for a pinch-hitter in the fifth. Giants 4, Cubs 1 CHICAGO — Rick Wilkins, who entered the game as a replacement for injured Damon Berryhill, hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth inning as the San Francisco Giants beat the Chicago Cubs. Wilkins' third homer followed a leadoff walk to Mark Lewis and came off Amaury Telemaco (0-3), who had been working on a two- hit shutout. Jeff Kent hit a two-run homer in the ninth off Mel Rojas. Thome's slam powers Indians Bases-loaded homer in third inning paves way for Cleveland's 8-1 win By The Associated Press TORONTO — When Jim Thome's ball cleared the centerfield fence Saturday, he pumped his fist, gave first base coach Dave Nelson an extra high five and pounded his foot into the first base bag. "The way we've been struggling, we needed something like that," Thome said . "That's why the extra emotion came out." Thome's leisurely trot around the bases followed his second career grand slam as the Cleveland Indians ; for just the second time in seven games, 8-1 over the Toronto Blue Jays. Pat Borders and Omar Vizquel reached on one-out singles against Woody Williams in the third and Marquis Grissom walked to load the bases. After Julio Franco filed out, Thome hit a 1-1 pitch to deep center for his eighth home run of the season and a 4-0 lead. Thome's other career grand slam came off Detroit's Gregg Olson on Aug. 18,1996. Albie Lopez (1-2), who has flip- flopped from the bullpen to the starting rotation this season, worked five innings, giving up three hits. He struck out four and walked one. White Sox 7, Athletics 6 OAKLAND, Calif. — Frank Thomas says he's struggling at the The Associated Press Cleveland Indians third baseman Jim Thome (right) is congratulated by his teammates after belting a grand slam in Saturday's 8-1 win. plate. The numbers tell a vastly different story. Thomas drove in three runs with a pair of doubles and Dave Martinez capped a six-run fifth with a three-run homer as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Oakland Athletics 7-6 on Saturday. Thomas went 3-for-3 with a pair of walks and raised his batting average to .353. He is hitting .443 with 20 RBIs and 20 runs in his last 20 games. But, to listen to Thomas, he's still not happy with his hitting. "I don't feel like I'm swinging that well. Today I just fought a couple of balls off," he said. "I'm just battling right now. I don't feel that comfortable at the plate." Harold Baines had two doubles for Chicago for the second straight game and Ray Durham also had a pair of doubles among his three hits. Albert Belle singled in the eighth to extend his hitting streak to 14 games. Danny Darwin (1-2) allowed four runs and four hits in six innings for the White Sox, who have won three straight and nine of 13. He struck out five and walked two. Roberto Hernandez got four outs for his ninth save. Mark McGwire hit his 14th homer for the A's, a towering solo shot in the fourth inning that went 403 feet to left field. Scott Spiezio added a two-run homer, his sixth of the season, later in the inning. The A's, who scored on an error in the sixth, pulled within 7-6 in the eighth on Dave Magadan's two-run single off Hernandez. Steve Karsay (0-5) allowed seven runs on eight hits in a career-low 4 l h innings. Red Sox 4, Twins 0 MINNEAPOLIS — Tom Gordon pitched a four-hitter for Boston's first complete game this season, helping the Red Sox end a seven- game losing streak with a 4-0 win over the Minnesota Twins. Gordon (2-5) struck out a season-high 10, walked four and recorded his first complete game since Aug. 28 of last season. Troy O'Leary homered and Mo Vaughn had two RBIs as Boston won for just the second time in 13 games. Minnesota was only able to hit seven balls out of the infield against Gordon. Terry Steinbach had two singles for the Twins.

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