El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas on May 26, 1988 · 8
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4G El Paso Times Thursday, May 26, 1988 r American Indians still on roll, beat White Sox Associated Press CHICAGO - Cory Snyder's two run-scoring hits helped Cleveland defeat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 Wednesday night for the Indians' 12th victory in the last 15 games. The White Sox have lost nine of their last 10. The Indians' John Farrell, 5-3, allowed two runs on six hits, while striking out five and walking two to gain the victory. It was the 18th complete game of the season for Cleveland pitchers, compared to 24 for all of 1987. Julio Franco led off the first inning with a single off loser John Davis, 1-2, stretching his hitting string to 14 games, the major leagues' longest current streak. Snyder had an RBI double, Mel Hall drove in a run with groundout and Brook Jacoby singled in the inning's third run. TWINS 4, ROYALS 2 at Kansas Ctty Bert Blyleven beat Kansas City for trie 28th time and Dan Gladden tripled, doubled and singled, leading the Minnesota Twins' three-game sweep of the Royals. Blyleven, 28-19 career against Kansas City, gave up 10 hits in 7 innings. Jeff Reardon finished for his 10th save. The Twins won their fifth in a row on the road, tying the franchise record for consecutive victories on the same trip. The Royals lost their fourth straight game. Blyleven, 3-4, won his 247th career game, tying him with Joe McGinnity and John Powell for 37th on the all-time list Mark Gubicza, 5-5, took the loss as the Royals fell at home for the 1 1th time in 13 games. TP y MEMORIAL DAY FREIXENET CHAMPAGNE Ss VilLLcK a r REG., LITE. DRAFT BUDWEISER - REG., LIGHT mm I Budweiserj :t 4 12 PACK COORS REG. , LIGHT, COLD 12 PACK .OLD STYLE REG., LIGHT ft COKE REG.. DIET HIT. 12 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU life II PACK 111 hm r-"--t. VtTJ VtVTj PACK j tit' j. Associated Press Bert Blyleven seems to dominate the Royals. TIGERS 4, BREWERS 3 at Detroit Jeff Robinson and Guillermo Hernandez combined on a one-hitter a three-run homer by Greg Brock as the Detroit Tigers edged the Milwaukee Brewers. Robinson, 5-2, who took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, walked seven and struck out four in the 5 Innings he worked. Hernandez finished up and earned his second save, walking one and striking out one. ATHLETICS 8, ORIOLES 1 at Oakland, CaDf. ,Bob Welch won his seventh consecutive decision and Dave Parker and Dave Henderson hit two-run iMiicts as tlid CaKiand Athletics beat the Baltimore Orioles. Welch, 8-2, who got his first American League shutout with a five-hitter at Baltimore on May 14, allowed only three singles and no earned runs in eight innings. RANGERS S, BLUE JAYS 1 at Arlington, Texas Geno Petralli had three hits and knocked in three runs to lead the Texas Rangers over the Toronto Blue Jays. The victory snapped a three-game Texas losing streak as middle reliever Jeff Russell, making his second straight effective start, gave up six hits over 7 innings. Dale Mohorcic relieved with the bases loaded to stop Toronto's rally. RED SOX 4, MARINERS 0 at Seattfe Roger Clemens held Seattle to just four hits, pitching his fifth shutout of the season, as the Boston Red Sox defeated Seattle. Spike Owen had a solo home run and Dwight Evans hit a two-run homer for Boston. YANKEES 4, ANGELS 2 at Anaheim, Calif. Dave Winfield homered in the 10th inning, sending the New Yorfc Yankees over California for a three-game sweep and the Angels' fifth straight loss. 750 MIL. BLUE NUNN WINE 750 Mil REGAL 80 PROOF VODKA I irr. GIBLEY'S (0 PROOF GIN ,79 1.75 LIT. I LIT. WALKER'S M PROOF CANADIAN 49 1.75 LIT. I LIT. SCORFSRY gfj M PROOF SCOTCH & i 75 UT. I LIT. CALL 52-421) FOR LOCATION NEAR VOU V 1 a t7" 1.75 LIT. 2. "Tin V M 11 mm Diablos -think title, down Arkansas in 10 By Rick Cantu El Paso Times The El Paso Diablos took a small step toward the first-half Texas League baseball title with a 10-inning 10-9 victory over Arkansas Wednesday night at Dudley Field. Diablo second baseman Fred Williams drove in Frank Mat-tox with a two-out, run-scoring single in the 10th to keep El Paso tied for first place with San Antonio. Diablo manager Dave Ma- Leary pitches 1-hitter as Associated Press PHILADELPHIA - Tim Leary pitched a one-hitter a third-inning single by Darren Daulton and Mike Scioscia and Jeff Hamilton each hit two-run homers Wednesday night as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0. Leary, 4-3, extended his scoreless inning streak to 18 with his first career one-hitter. Daulton opened the third with a line single to right field, the only time the Phillies came close to a hit. Leary struck out six and walked two in his fifth career shutout, three this season. He stopped Montreal 2-0 in a May 19 contest. Scioscia hit his first home run of the season in the fourth after a single by Mike Marshall. In the seventh, John Shelby doubled and Hamilton hit his first home run off David Palmer, 04. Philadelphia's Mike Schmidt went 0-for-3 and is hitless in his last 18 at-bats. PIRATES 4, ASTROS 3 at Pittsburgh Jose Lind singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh and Bobby Bonilla and Darnell Coles hit consecutive homers as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Houston Astros. Joaquin Andujar, 0-2, working in relief of GIFT FOR THE COLLEGE GRADUATE DON Q 10 PROOF RUM 137 .75 LIT. IS 1 LIT. t ANCIENT AGE CANADIAN CLUB M PROOF CANADIAN 75 LIT. (fitffiiV 1 LIT. DEWAR'S M PROOF SCOTCH 12 269 W 1.75 LIT. ''iff y a 1 LIT. PRICES GOOD THRU i-1-M V M THF J 7 PERFECT kJ AGE hz t(0 PROOF BOURION l f 199 H B H 1.75 LIT. C3 JtiC t UT. I J OW.L. WELLER g W PROOF BOURBON JhA fei 1G'75UT. rn ji 1 1 pas t chemer said it's never too early to think about a Texas League baseball championship. "We started thinking about the first-half pennant the first night we played in April," said Machemer, in his first year as manager of the Diablos. "Winning the title is our goal from Day 1. I try to make the guys think about it. That's what it's all about." The Diablos will send lefty Pete Kendrick (0-0) to the mound for today's 7 p.m. game at Dudley Field. He will face major league ERA leader Bob Knepper, retired the first two hitters in the seventh before walking pinch-hitters Sid Bream and Barry Bonds. Lind then lined a single into center field. The homer tied Bonilla with the Astros' Glenn Davis for the National League lead with 37 runs batted in and marked the fourth consecutive at-bat Bonilla had driven in a run. 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BASSETT CENTER 778-0072 Traveler right-hander Jeff Oyster (2-3). The heroes in El Paso's come-from-behind victory Wednesday included: Matias Carrillo, who hit two home runs, singled, and had three RBIs. George Canale, who had been 0-for-17 against Arkansas before Wednesday but got three hits and knocked in three runs. Rob Hicks, who got off to a slow start this season, but didn't allow a Traveler to score in his Dodgers shut Larry McWilliams pitched a two-hitter for St, Louis' first complete-game shutout of the season and former El Paso Diablo Tom Brunansky homered as the Cardinals defeated the Cincinnati Reds. Cincinnati's only hits were Buddy Bell's leadoff single in the fourth and Dave Collins' two-out single in the sixth. BRAVES 2, CUBS 1 at Chicago - Gerald Perry hit a tie-breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning as the Atlanta Braves beat the Chicago Cubs. Ron Gant opened the eighth with a singie off teiievel Fidnk DiFirio, O-l. 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