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4C Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro, Tenn., Friday Aug. 13, 1999 American League AMERICAN LEAGUE ; East Dtvfraton W L KewYork 70 43 Toronto Boston Baltimort 5 63 51 Tampa Bay 48 Central DMton W Cleveland 69 Minnesota Kansas Ctty Detroit W t Division Texas OakJand , Seattle - Anaheim 61 J56 46 Pct L .429 Pct .407 GB L10 Sir Home Away ntr z&-2 W-1 36 2 L 34-22 9-9 7 6-4 L-1 36-23 29-29 9 30-27 6-12 U0 46 Llf GB 20'i 23'. GB 2-6-4 L-1 7 21. z-7-3 2-8 W-2 33-24 W-227-2824-35 23:3325-34 Str Home Away W-3 34-22 35-22 i2L 25-2926-32 W-124-3224-32 L-3.22-34 24-34 W-125-32 20-37 jStr HomeAway 35-22 33-24 L-1 41-19 20-34 W-332-2B 24-30 L-6 23-34 23-33" Today's Games Texas (Burkett 3-5 and Glynn 2-3) at Chicago (Welts 1-0 and Parque 4:05 p.m. f ' Seattle (F.Garcia 1 1-7) at Boston (Rapp 4-5), 6:05 p.m.' OaWanjj (Appier 11-9) at Toronto (Wells 11-7), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Erickson 8-9) at Cleveland (Nagy 15-7), 6:05 p.m." Anaheim (Belcher 5-7) at Detroit (Borkowski 0-3), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (fcsfcins 8-8) at 4wrxk (Pettitte 9-8), 6.35 p.rn. Tampa Bay (Alvarez 6-6) at Kansas City (Stein 0-0), 7:05 p.m. 11-7 4r.14 lntr 99 9 12 lrrtr 1HL. y L 6-12 9-8), 2, Thursday's Scores Minnesota 3, Toronto 0 Detroit 3, Texas 1 Tampa Bay 7, Kansas City 6 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Scores Boston 9, Kansas City 3 Seattle 11, Chicago 2 Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 2 Toronto 6, Minnesota 3 Texas 8, Detroit 2 Cleveland 4;naheim 3 New York 5, Oakland 3 Thursday's AL Boxscores TIGERS 3, RANGERS 1 DETROIT Ptonta rt Kapler rf DCruz M Encrnc If Painw 3b TOark 1b Easley 2b Alvarez dh KGrciadh Hslman c Bartee cf Totals Detroit Texas r hbt 0 00 0 00 1 i d o 1 1 ooo 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 8 3 TEXAS ab rhbl TGdwin cf 4 0 0 0 McUnr 2b Greer K RPimo dh' Zeiie3b Stevens 1b 3 0 0 1 RKelly rf 4 0 10 Clayton as 3 0 0 0 Zaun c 2 0 10 IRdrgz ph 10 0 0 Totals 31 1 5 1 4 0 10 3 1 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 101 001 000 000 001 000 LOB Detroit 8, Texas 8. 2B DCruz (23). RKelly (12), Zaun (2). HR TClark (19). . SF Stevens. IP H R ER BBSO Detroit MltckiW.M-0 5 2-3 4 1 1 3 4 FCordero 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 4 Brocail 1 1 0 0 0 1 ToJones 8,18 1 0 0 0 1 3 Texas SeleL,12-7 7 8 3 3 2 13 Patterson 1 0 0 0 0 0 JeZimmerman 1 0 0 0 0 0 Sele pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP-oy Sele (E as ley). Umpires Home, Katzenmeier; First, McClelland; Second, Cederstrom; Third, Eddings. T 2:51. A 27,209 (49,166). TWINS 3, BLUE JAYS 0 1 TORONTO ab Stewart H 4 McRae cf SQreen rf CDIgdo 1b Fftcfterc TBatsass WGren dh Otanez 3b . TFrndz 3b. Bush 2b ' Totals 31 Toronto Minnesota rhbl 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 MINNESOTA ab r hW JJones ct 4 0 0 1 Hckmg ss Lawton rf MCdvadh Koskie 3b Gates 2b Mntkw 1b JaValtn c THuntr If . 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 110 3 0 2 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 110 3 110 Totals 28 3 8 3 000 000 000 0 000 002 10x 3 DP Minnesota 2. LOB Toronto 5, Minnesota 3. 28 CDelgado (31), MCordova (21), Koskie (12). SB Stewart (34). CS Koskie (2). SF Hocking. IP H R ER BBSO Toronto Hentgen L.7-9 Minnesota JMays W.5-4 BWells Trombtey S,19 8 6 3 3 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 JMays pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. WP Hentgen 2. Umpires Home, Welke, B.; First, Joyce; Second, McKean; Third, Craft. T 2:19. A 21,206 (48.678). DEVIL RAYS 7, ROYALS 6 TAMPA BAY . ab r hbi Cairo 2b 4 111 Boggs3b Lowery If McGrft dh Flherty c -DMrtnz cf JGuilln rf Srrento 1b 4 2 4 4 Ldsma ss 4 0 10 4 0 00 5 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 5 0 11 4 2 10 4 2 2 0 Totals 39 712 6 KANSAS CITY ab rhbl Damon H 5 0 11 RSnchz ss 4 1 1 1 Bertran cf 5 0 1 Q MiSwey 1b 4 0 1 1 Hansen pr 0 0 0 0 Dye rf 5 110 Randa 3b 4 13 0 JeGmbi dh 3 2 2 0 Kreuter c 4 0 0 0 FeWes2b 2 112 Totals 36 611 5 Tampa Bay Kansas City 100 203 010 002 010 030 E Charlton (1), MiSweeney (6), Febles 2 (12). DP Tampa Bay 1, Kansas City 3. LOB Tampa Bay 8, Kansas City 8. 2B Lowery (12). 3B Febies (8). HR Sorrento (10). SB Damon (25). SF RSanchez. IP H R ER BBSO Tampa Bay Witt W.7-8 6 ALopez 1 1-3 Charlton 2-3 RHrndzS,32 1 Kansas City Reichert L.1-1 6 Morman 1 2-3 Montgomery 1-3 Whisenant 1 PB Kreuter. Umpires Home, Reynolds; First, Reilry; Second, G)'Nora; Third, Diaz. T 3:12. A 16,201 (40.625). I .mm I New Orleans 4, Nashville 0 New Orleans 000 000 310 - 4 7 0 Nashville 000 000 000- 0 4 2 Sikorski, Slusarski (7), McCurry (9) arid Williams; Castillo, Sauveur (7), Scott (8), Wallace (8), Giard (9 and Osik. W-Sikorski, 5-9! L-Castillo, 6-4. T-2:41 . A-5,830. National League NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Atlanta New York Philadelphia Montreal Florida 70 46 . .603 .544 .411 7L 46 47 Central Division W Houston 69 66 57 "52 50 W Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh Milwaukee Chicago . West Division Arizona SajiJFrarKsco Los Angeles SanDiego 58 52 49 46 52 66 68 L 46 3s 60 63 L 49 56" 63 63 65 Str Home Away Intr z-7-3 W-3 39-21 31-25 9-9 z-7-3 : W-3 35-25 35-21 12-6 .409 Jct .589 .500 .500 .464 7442. Pet .574 7 22 22T GB 5-5L 1-6-4. 6"4 L10 J--1 L-2 31-28 31-24 27-35 19-31 Z-5-5 J 11 J1 "GB z-7-3 11:5 -?-6-4 3-7 2-8 LI 6 7-3 11 -7 8-10 W-6 27-35 20-33 11-7 Str Home Away Intr L-3 35-22 34-25 12-3 7-8 7-8 L-1 W-1 W-1 .509 Tk 452 452 .430 J4 7 iC 16 2-8 5-5 2-8 28-29 38-17 26-29 32-29 36-26 21-31 7-8 L-1 20-34 32-26 8-6 L-5 .25-31 25-32 6-9 Str Home AwayJntr W-5 33-20 33-29 7-8 " 34-22 24-34 7-6 24-31 28-32 8-7 31-24 21-39 11-4 4-8 J"3 W-2 L-6 z-3-7 W-1 25-26 24-39 Vright 0-2), 1st game, 2:05 p.m. Colorado Today's Games Montreal (M.Johnson 0-0) at Colorado Philadelphia (Byrd 13-6) at Cincinnati (Tcimko 4-5), 6:05 p.rn Pittsburgh (Cordova 7-5) at Houston (Hampton 16-3), 7:05 p.m. Chicago (Farnsworth 2-5) at St. Louis (BpftSnfield 15-5), 7:10 p.m. Montreal (Vazquez 5-5) at Colorado (Bohjffnon 10-9), 2nd game, 8:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Nomo 9-5) at Arizona (BeneT-IO), 9:05 p.m. Florida (Meadows 9-11) at San Diego iBoehringer 6-4), 9:05 p.m. Atlanta (Millwood 12-7) at Los Angelas (Dreifort 9-11), 9:10 p.m. New York (Yoshii 5-7) at San Francisco (Ortiz 12-8), 9:35 p.m. Thursday's Scores New York 9, San Diego 3 Los Angeles 10, Montreal 5 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Scores . Florida 6, San Fran. 5, 10 innings Colorado 8, Milwaukee 5 . Arizona 7, Chicago 5, 11 innings Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4 Atlanta 8, Houston 5 , St. Louts 5, Philadelphia 1 J.os Angeles 9, Montreal 7 " New York 12, San Diego 5 Thursday's NL Boxscores DODGERS 10, EXPOS 5 LOS ANGELS MONTREAL sb r hbf ab r hW Grdzm n 5111 RoWhte cf 4 0 0 0 Vzcaino 2b 4 0 0 0 Mota p 0 0 0 0 Shffield K 4 3 2 2 Merced If ,30 10 Hbbard If 0 0 0 0 Ay a la p 0 0 0 0 Karros lb 4 2 2 1 MMrtzcf 10 10 Mndetirf 5 2 10 Vidro 2b 4 0 0 0 HlrKlsw cf 5 12 1 VQrero rf 4 12 1 ' Berire 3b 3 110 Fltmer 1b 4 12 0 LoOuca c 3 0 2 3 Barrett c 4 12 0 Judd p 2 0 0 0 Blum u 2 1 1 0 Mills p 1 0 0 0 Andrws 3b 4 1 1 3 Hansen ph 0 0 0 0 Hrmnt p 2 0 0 0 Herges p 0 0 0 0 Mouton If 10 0 0 Totals 361011 S Totals 33 510 4 Los Angeles 100 003 222 10 Montreal 000 100 301 5 E Merced (5). MMartinez (5), Barrett 2 " (12), Blum (1). DP Los Angeles 4. LOB Los Angeles 9, Montreal 3. 2B- , Hoilandsworth (9), Fullmer (24). HR Sheffield (20), VGuerrero (26), Andrews (9). SB Sheffield 2 (9), Mondesi (22), Bettre (12). 3 Vizcaino, Judd. SF LoDu-ca. IP H R ER BSSO Loe Angeles Judd W, 1-0 6 1-3 7 4 4 2 3 Mills 1 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Herges 12 1 10 0 Montreal HrrmsL,5-11 Avals Mota METS 9, PADRES 3 SAN DIEGO ab r hW DJcksn 2b 5 1 1 1 Owens If 4 112 RSndrs rf Nevln 3b Jcyner 1b RRivra cf BDavisc Gomez sa WWimsp Mgdan ph CReyes p Almnzr p Hffman p VnWalph Totala 4 00 0 2 0 10 4 00 0 30 10 '3000 4 110 2 00 0 1000 0 0 0 0 000 0 0 00 0 10 0 0 33 3 8 3 NEW YORK ab Cedeno rt 5 Alfonzo 2b Mctroy p MFrco lb Olerud tb Benitez p Vntura 3b DHrtoncf Dnston If Pratt o ROrdnz ss Alerter p LLopez 2b rhbl 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 1 1 000 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 00 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 Totala 33 911 9 61-3 5 6 3 4 2 1 1-3 3 2 2 0 2 1 1-3 3 2 2 2 1 HBP by Hermanson (Grudzielanek). WP-Judd. Umpires Home, Holbrook, First, Reirford; Second, Hudson; Third, Kellogg. T 2.46. A 10,649 (46.500). San Diego 000 030 000 3 New York " 303 030 OOx 9 ER Rivera 5), Cedeno (3), Olerud (8). DP New York 1. LOB San Diego 7, New York 7. 28 RRrvera (14), Gomez (6), Olerud (26). ALelter (2). HR-Owens (8), Cedeno (3), DHamitton (6). SF Ventura, Duns ton. IP H R ER BBSO San Diego WWImsL,5-11 5 10 9 9 3 5 CReyes 1 0 0 0 0 1 Almaruaj 110 0 12 Hoffman 1 0 0 0 1 3 NewYofk ALerterW,10-7 7 4 3 3 4 4 McEkoy 1 1 0 0 0 0 Benitez 1 0 0 0 0 2 Umpires Home, Gregg; First. Crawford; Second. Nauert; Third, cuzzt. . T-3 41. A 32,062 (55,777). Baseball Bon MaMegly :Mws i Til it Br J. Patrk:k Keenaji Sports writer NASHVILLE Back in 1981, he was just an unheralded first base prospect 'without much power toiling in Double-A ball. Eighteen years later he was back, only this time simply known as "Donnie Baseball." In between, Don Mattingly displayed a sweet swing that made him one of the all-time favorites among New York Yankee fans and a favorite son to the Nashville Sounds. The Sounds showed their admiration and pride Thursday evening, bringing him back for "Don Mattingly Day" at Greer Stadium and retiring his old jersey number, the first player so honored in club history, . "Well, I was surprised when they told me, really, especially when they said it was the first one they've ever retired, and with all the ballplayers they've had through here, I felt honored," Mattingly said. "I was here one year is all, and it makes an impact with them wanting to do that with you." Humble and appreciative before a pregame ceremony, during which his Sounds No. 18 was unveiled on the cen-terfield wall, Mattingly showed the same demeanor that allowed him to take his well-recognized nickname in stride. "Oh, I don't know, I don't take it too seriously,3' he saidr"01d Kirbygot me ill ' i ! m r 1 -" l .. - il V M M A rw 1JL Photo courtesy of Jennifer Mueller Former Sounds' owner, Larry Schmittou, left, and Don Mattingly, take part in the festivities at Greer Stadium Thursday night. that one. It's better than something else, I guess." "Kirby" would be former Minnesota Twins star Kirby Puckett. - j - "We were at a dinner for an orphanage up in Rochester (N.Y.) one winter, and we were in a suite where everybody met," Mattingly said, "and he just started calling me, 'Baseball! Donnie Baseball!' You know iiow Kirby talks, he's laugh ing all the time", so it just kind of caught on and just kept going." Mattingly's old jersey, framed and under glass, was presented prior to him throwing out the first pitch, and will be on display at Greer Stadium. It was recognition achieved not through repeated years as a star with the Sounds, but by what he did after his one season in Nashville. "At that point, you didn't want to stay too long in one city when you're in the minor leagues," Mattingly said. "I really wanted to kind of play a year here, have a solid year, and hopefully move on to the next level. But I got the chance to play with some great players like Willie McGee and Otis Nixon. "Willie got (to the majors) a little before me, he kind of showed me that Willie hit, I hit, he made it, and I can make it, too." , During that 1981 season with the Sounds, Maolngiy hit .315 vAh seven home runs and 96 RBL By 1993, he was in Yankee Stadium, where he won thr American League MVP, a batting title, and won nine gold gloves. But when he arrived in Nashville, he was only known as the guy who would replace fan favorite Steve Balboni, who had set a club record with 31 home runs. "I shouldn't say it was tough, but I remember having to answer the questions about it," Mattingly said. "But I really looked at us as two different players. (Balboni) was really a power hitter, hit the long ball, didn't really hit for, the average, and I always looked at myself as a guy who'd hit for average not really a long ball hitter, but drove in a lot of runs." These days Mattingly lives . in his home town of Evansville, Ind., raising his kids and the saddle-bred horses on his farm. " Milwaukee fires Garner and Bando By Greg Beacham AP sports writer MILWAUKEE Phil Garner was fired as manager of the Milwaukee Brewers today in the midst of the teanf s seventh straight losing season. Hitting coach Jim Lefebvre replaced him on an jjnterim basis. 1 ve got to call it justined Uamer saia. ; we; didn't play up to my expectations or their expectations. In this situation, I think it's deserved." General manager Sal Bando was reassigned in the start of a total overhaul of the perennial losers. 'We all know that we weren't getting it done" said team president Wendy Selig-Prieb, the daughter of baseball commissioner Bud Selig. "We're all frustrated. We're all disappointed." Bando hired Garner, his former teammate, shortly after becoming the Brewers' GM in October 1991. Bando said last Friday he proposed firing Garner and removing himself. "They way we kind of disappeared the last two weeks, I could see the team chemistry wasn't there," Bando said. "We needed to make a change." Milwaukee dropped to 52-60 after an 8-5 defeat by Colorado on Wednesday and has the second-lowest attendance in the National League. The only manager who survived more consecutive losing seasons with one team than Garner is Connie Mack, who did it twice with the Philadelphia Athletics. "Phil has been a class act though all our troubles," Selig-Prieb said. Bobby Cox of Atlanta, Cleveland's Mike. Hargrove and Tom Kelly of Minnesota are the only managers who have been with their teams longer than Garner, both the winningest and losingest manager in Brewers history. Selig-Prieb said she will hire a general manager ard the GM will hire the next manager. Selig-Prieb did not set any timetables. Until a new GM is found, Selig-Prieb and assistant GM Fred Stanley will be responsible for the Brewers' baseball decisions. "I hadn't made a decision at the All-Star break," she said when asked about the timing of today's moves. "We want to focus on the last six weeks of the season." . ' - - - - - - ilUWJIAI.'J.'UWBJUUUJJAlE.UJJ.l..L,.liJI-..L. -JJJJ1.. ...JIB :.:. AP photo Brewers' manager Phil Garner bites his nails as he watches the game Sunday. Garner has been fired after nearly eight years as manger of the Brewers. Lefebvre was the only member of Garner's coaching staff with previous managerial experience. Lefebvre has ample experience with mediocre clubs, compiling a 395-414 record as manager of the Seattle Mariners from 1989-91 and the Chicago Cubs the following two years, Lefebvre, hired as the Brewers' batting coach last August during a shakeup of the coaching staff, was signed as manager only through the rest of the season. Garner's contract was due to expire at the end of the year. Milwaukee, which didn't play today, starts a road trip Friday at Arizona. The Brewers, who went 4-8 on a 12-game homestand that ended Wednesday, reached .500 five times this season, but failed each time to get above the mark.8 Bando, who will remain in the front office as a special assistant to Selig-Prieb, signed a three-year contract extension last October despite the team's lack of improvement. Milwaukee was 92-70 during the pairs first year in 1992, but hasn't finished above .500 since then. Bando's biggest free-agent gambles of the last , offseason turned into busts. Pitcher Jim Abbott was ineffective and retired from baseball last month, while . infielder Sean Berry is hitting .232 and has been benched for long periods'. . - ( oiinils only mmsgo f cup liilc on 'Haltingly Day" By John Callow Sports writer NASHVILLE On a night when the Nashville Sounds honored Don Mattingly, one of the team's brightest offensive stars ever, pitching dominated. New Orleans made the most of seven hits in their 4-0 win Thursday at Greer Stadium, while three Zephyrs pitchers limited the Sounds to four scattered hits. "We haven't hit the ball very good the whole series," Sounds manager Trent Jewett said. "f'H have to address that $ "As a unit we're not doing what we should. Individually you look up and down ouf lineup and say this guy can hit and this guy can hit and this guy can hit they can get it done," he said. "But as a unit, we're not getting it done." Brian Sikorski went the first six innings for New Orleans and got the win, improving to 6-9. Joe Slusarski and former Sounds closer Jeff McCurry were perfect over the last three innings until Darryl Brinkley. doubled with two outs in the ninth. The win was the third in four games for the last-place Zephyrs. The Sounds are 3-"7 in their last 10 games and lost a game of their lead over Oklahoma when the Red-hawks beat Omaha 5-4. The Sounds' lead is now 4-12 games. "Everybody in the league is tired right now but the champion, whoever that turns to be, gets through it," Jewett said. "I fully expect it to be us, but the way we're playing right now, it's going to be hard." . y Sounds starter Frank Castillo shut the Zephyrs out for tfre first six innings. New Orleans broke through in the top of tM seventh. Castillo issued his first walk of the game to Carlos Villalobos. After limiting the Zephyrs to just two hits in the first six innings, Castillo then gave up consecutive hits to Ken Caminiti and Lance Berkman. Villalobos scored the first run on Berkman's double. Castillo walked George Williams intentionally to load the bases, then Carlos Hernandez pushed a single past the outstretched glove of Tim Laker at first to score Caminiti. Berkman scored the third run of the inning on an infield out. The Zephyrs picked up an unearned run in the eighth. Pitching was not the problem Thursday, Jewett said. "All our pitching was good," he said. "Pitching and defense is where you win games, but youd like the offense to give them some help." - Fresno vs. Nashville 7 p.m. at Greer Stadium Today's Pitchers Ryan Jenseri (10-8) vs. Chris Peters (2-1) WNSR (560-AM) AL Roundup Twins 3, Blue Jays 0 - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Rookie Joe Mays scattered four singles in seven-plus innings and worked his way out of a bases-loaded, no-outs jam in the seventh to lift the Minnesota Twins over the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 Thursday. Mays (5-4) allowed an infield single to Shannon Stewart leading off the game and a single to Tony Batista in the second before' retiring 13 straight. Mike Trombley pitched the ninth for his 19th save. Tigers 3, Hangers 1 . . .6 ' ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Aaron Sele struck put a career-high 13, the most by a Rangers pitcher in seven years, but Tony Clark homered as the Detroit Tigers beat Texas 3-1 Thursday night. Dave Mlicki (7-10) allowed four hits in 5 2-3 innings. He helped Detroit end its five-game losing streak against Texas. & Devil Rays 7, Royals 6 . KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Paul Sorrento went 4-for-4, including a three-run homer, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays beat the Kansas City Royals 7-6 Thursday night. Sorrento drove in four runs and scored twice as Tampa Bay won for the second time in 10 road games. Kansas City has lost three in a row. Mike Sweeney had an RBI single in the fifth that extended his hitting streak to 24 games, six short of the Royals record held by George Brett. NL Roundup Mas 9, Padres 3 NEW YORK (AP) Barely 1 1 hours after finishing a rain-delayedcame, the New York Mets were back on the fieloand completed a tHrefe-game sweep of San Diego, defeating the Padres 9-3 Thursday to tie Atlanta for the NL East lead. Darryl Hamilton and Roger Cedeno homered for the Mets while Al Leiter (10-7) drove in three runs with a bases-loaded double and won for the eighth time in his last 10 decisions. San Diego has lost six straight and is 3-17 following a 24-7 run that included a club-record 14-gamewinning streak. Woody Williams (5-11) was pounded for nine runs and 10 hits in five innings. Dodgers 10, Expos 5 MONTREAL (AP) Gary Sheffield hit his 20th homer and Mike Judd (1-0) won his first major league start as Los Angeles took advantage of five errors. . Sheffield, who went 2-for-4 with a walk, hit a two-run shot off Dustin Hermanson (5-1 1) in the seventh. Sheffield scored three runs and was thrown out at the plate trying to score another as the Dodgers won for the fifth time in six games. Judd allowed four runs and seven hits in 6 1-3 innings, -"giving up Vladimir Guerrero's solo homer and Shane Andrews three-run drive. Le AL Q AB R H PcL Garciaparra Bos 94 378 71 134 .354 Jeter NYY 111 438 96 154 .352 BeWiliiams NYY 113 425 85 149 .351 RPalmeiro Tex 112 402 68 138 .343 TFernandezTor 103 367 58 128 .343 MiSweeney KC 104 406 78 137 .337 VizquelCto 99 404 77 136 .337 Randa KC 109 451 75 147 .326 MRamirezCle 102 387 87 126 .326 RAkxnarOe 112 406 98 132 .325 RUNS RAJomar, Cleveland, 98; Jeter, New Yark, 96; SGreen, Toronto, 93; Griffey Jr, Seattle. 91; CDelgado, Toronto, 69; Lofton, Cleveland. 89; Stewart, Toronto, 87; Durftam, Chicago, 87; M Ramirez, Cleveland. 87. RBI MRamirez, Cleveland, 116; CDelgado, Toronto, 102; RPalmeiro, Texas, 99; SQreen, Toronto, 96; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 97; Dye, Kansas City, 92; JuGonzalez, Texas, 92. HIT8 Surhofl, Baltimore, 155; Jeter. New York, 154; Stewart, Toronto, 150; BeWH-KamhNew York, 149; Randa, Kansas City, 147Ae!tran, Kansas City, 146; Damon, Kansas City, 14V HOME RUNS-Ortftey Jr, Seattle, 36; CDelgado, Toronto, 34; SGreen, Toronto, 33; Canseco, Tampa Bay, 31; M Ramirez, Cleveland, 30; RPalmeiro, Texas, 29; ARodriguez, Seattle, 28; Belle, Baltimore, 28. STOLEN BASES Stewart, Toronto, 34; BLHunter, Seattle, 29; TGoodwin, Texas, 27; Vizquet, Cleveland, 27; Encarnacion, Detroit, 26; Dumam, Chicago, 26; By Anderson. Baltimore, 26. PITCHING (14 Decisions) PMartoez, Boston, 16-3, .B42, 2 46. Colon. Cleveland. 11-4, .733. 4.27; Mussina, Baltimore, 14-7, .667, 3.62; Clemens, New York, 10-5. .667, 4 92; Nagy, Cleveland, 13-7, .650, 506; Mover, Seattle, 11-6. .647, 4.58. Cone, New York, 11-8, .847, 2 84. NL LWalker Col Casey Cin Abreu Phi LGonzalez Art G AB 97 350 105 410 104 384 109 442 HRodriguez ChC 98 331 R H 84 124 71 142 80 133 83 150 62 112 53 112 74 150 78 136 88 147 Pet .354 .346 .346 .339 .338 .332 .325 .325 .321 .320 Everett Hou 88 337 Gianvilte PW 109 461 MaGrace ChC 113 419 Alfonzo NYM 113 456 CirllloMil 109 425 63 136 RUNS Bagwell, Houston, 106; JSeil, Arizona, 95; Alfonzo, New York, 88; Biggio, Houston, 87; Sosa, Chicago, 86; LWalker, Colorado, 84; CJones, Atlanta, 83; LGonzalez, Arizona, 83. " RBI MaWHIiams, Arizona, 104; McGwire, St Louie, 102; Bagwell, Houston, 99, Sosa, Chicago, 96; Ventura, New York. 93; BJor-dan, Atlanta, 92; LWalker, Colorado, 92. HITS Glanvftte, Philadelphia. 150; LGonzalez, Arizona, 150; Alfonzo, New York, 147; Biggio, Houston, 145; Ma Williams, Arizona, 145; Casey. Cincinnati, 142; NPerez, Cot-, orado, 136; Cirilto, Milwaukee, 136; MaGrace. Chicago, 136. HOME RUNS McGwire, St. Louis, 44; Sosa, Chicago, 43; Bagwell, Houston, 36; LWalker, Colorado, 30; CJones, Atlanta, 29; JBeH, Arizona. 29; GVaughn, Cincinnati, 27, STOLEN BASES Cedeno. New York, 58; Womaok. Arizona, 49; LCastilio, Florida, 34; E Young. Los Angeles, 34; Cameron, Cincinnati, 30; Henderson. New York, 29; R Sanders, San Diego, 28. PITCHING (13 Decisions) Hampton, Houston, 16-3, .842, 2 96; Bottenfieid, Si Louie, 15-5, .750. 384; Schilling, Philadelphia, 14-5, .737. 349; RReed. New York, 10-4, .714. 4.94;'GMaddux Atlanta, 14-6, .700. 3.57; Byrd. PrKJelpnia, 1H .684, 3.83; KBrown, Los Angeles, 13-6, .684, 3.26.

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