Citizens' Voice from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on July 3, 1995 · 45
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Baseball Lynx edge Red Barons ALL-STAR LINEUP 66th All-Star game, scheduled for July 11 Elected starters by position, for the at The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas: NL - 1 AL-Wade Boggs, New York NL-x-Matt Williams, San Francisco Belle, Cleveland Barry Bonds, San Francisco 1 AL - AL-Cal Ripken, Baltimore NL , NL-x-Ozzle Smith. St. Louis 1 - x - Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Replaced by Vlnny Castilla, Colorado Replaced by Kenny Lofton, Cleveland (Replaced by Barry Larkin, Cincinnati V ICTjaRTTTilTT' o 3 Ol o HSI38SS AL-Carlos Baerga, Cleveland 4. NL-Cralg Biggio, Houston C to International League EAST W L Pet. GB Rochester (Orioles).......44 38 .537 - Ottawa (Expos) 43 31 .531 Vt Pawtucket (Red Sox)....40 41 .494 3'i Red Barons (Phillies)... .38 44 .443 i Syracuse (Blue Jays). ...33 47 .413 10 WEST W L Pet. GB Norfolk (Mets) 54 30 .643 - Richmond (Braves) 43 40 .518 10A Toledo (Tigers) 43 40 .518 lO'A .olumbus (Yankees) 40 44 .476 14 :harlotte (Marlins) 33 49 .402 20 Saturday's results Ottawa 7, Scranton 6, 12 innings Pawtucket 11, Charlotte 10, 13 innings Syracuse 10, Columbus 0 Rochester 5, Toledo 1 Norfolk 7, Richmond Sunday's results Ottawa 8, Scranton? Pawtucket?, Charlotte 6 Columbus 5, Syracuse 4, 12 innings Toledo 3, Rochester 2 Norfolk?, Richmond i Today's games Columbus at Pawtucket Rochester at Scranton Norfolk at Charlotte Syracuse at Toledo Ottawa at Richmond Tuesday's games Columbus at Pawtucket Rochester at Scranton Norfolk at Charlotte Syracuse at Toledo Ottawa at Richmond RED BARONS OTTAWA Lenrty Dykstra, Philadelphia AL-Kirby Puckett, Minnesota NL-Tony Gwynn, San Diego (x-inured, will not play) AP jr. AL-Frank Thomas, Chicago NL-Fred McGriff, Atlanta AL-rvan Rodriquez, Texas NL-Mike Piazza, Los Angeles Phillies have five on team From Halt reports OTTAWA - Junior Felix drove in three runs Sunday to lead the host Ottawa Lynx to an 8-7 win 2 Scranton Wilkes-Barre Red Barons. The Barons mm took an early 1-0 lead in the first. With one out, Charlie Montoyo singled to right and Jon Zuber struck out. Kevin Jordan plated Montoyo with a double to left. Ottawa came back with two in the bottom half. With one out, Lou Frazier singled to left and Yamil Benitez also singled to left. Following a double steal, Felix ripped a two-run single to center. In the Lynx second, Siddall got a one-out single to right and Urbina reached on an error. Jim Buccheri plated both runners with a single to center. The Red Barons regained the lead in the third. With one out, Rick Holifield singled and stole second. Montoyo walked as did Zuber. Jordan lined out to left but Gene Schall cleared the sacks with a double to right-center. Dave Tokheim plated Schall with a double to right. ScrantonWilkes-Barre made it 7-4 with two in the sixth. Schall got a leadoff single and Tokheim doubled to right. Schall scored on Mike Lieberthal's sacrifice fly to center. Tokheim took third and scored on Tony Manahan's single to right. In the Ottawa sixth, Ray Martinez got a two-out single and Chris Martin doubled. Siddall walked and T. Barron walked, scoring Martinez. The Lynx knotted it in the seventh. With one out, Benitez reached first on a wild pitch third strike and stole second. One out later, Martinez reached on a error and Felix took second. Martin singled in Felix and Martinez was thrown out at second. In the Ottawa ninth, Frazier got an infield single and scored on Benitez's triple to right. Blaise Ilsley takes the mound tonight at Lackawanna County Stadium as ScrantonWilkes-Barre opens a four-game set with Rochester at 7: 30. Trrn ab r h bi ab r It bi Holifield cf 5 1 1 0 Buccheri lb 5 0 12 Montoyo ss 4 20 Frazier cf 5 2 3 0 Zuber lb 4 120 Bemleilf 5)2 1 Wiegandtp 0 0 0 0 Felix rf 412 3 Jordan 2b 5 0 3 1 Yanlb 100 0 Schall If lb 4 2 2 3 Wood ph lb 1000 Tokheim rf 3 121 Martinez 3b 4110 Lieberthal c 2 0 0 1 Martin ss 4 0 2 1 Manahan3b 0 0 0 0 Siddall c 3110 Deshaiesp 2 0 0 0 Urbina p 2 100 Fletcher p 0 0 0 0 Barron ph 0 0 0 1 OuBois p 0 0 0 0 Diazp 100 0 BieserphH 1 0 0 0 Schmidt p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 7 14 7 Totals 17 1 12 1 RED BARONS 104 002 000 -7 OTTAWA 220 001 201 - I Diego. Smith, disabled since May 24 with a sore shoulder, was voted to start for the 12th time. The only player elected more times was RodCarew(15). NL manager Felipe Alou of Montreal said he intends use Colorado's Vinny Castilla at third in place of William? and Cincinnati's Barry Larkin at shortstop instead of Smith. Ripken has started 11 consecutive All-Star games, including 1988, when he finished second to Alan Trammell in voting but replaced the injured Detroit Tigers shortstop. Boggs was elected to start for the ninth straight time, Griffey for the sixth and Puckett for the fourth. The rest of NL pitching staff includes Tom Henke of St. Louis, Greg Maddux of Atlanta, Randy Myers of the Chicago Cubs and Todd Worrell of Los Angeles. In the AL, the other pitchers picked were Kevin Appier of Kansas City, Chuck Finley and Lee Smith of California, Erik Hanson of Boston, Randy Johnson of Seattle, Steve Ontiveros of Oakland, Kenny Rogers of Texas and David Wells of Detroit. Just three Indians - Ray Fosse (1971), Manny Trillo (1983) and Sandy Alomar Jr. (1990-92) - had been elected to start in the previous quarter century. from page 44 Griffey, who broke his left wrist May 27, led AL outfielders with 1,204,748 votes. Williams, who broke his right foot June 3, led NL third basemen with 1,029,519 votes. Cal Ripken of the Baltimore Orioles, closing in on Lou Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games played, led all players with 1,698,524 votes. The closest voting was for the third outfield spot in the AL. Lofton was fourth, 21,822 votes behind Minnesota outfielder Kirby Puckett. The number of votes was down sharply from 1994, primarily because Texaco Inc. didn't distribute ballots and baseball attendance this season has dropped 20 percent. In 1994, a record 14,040,122 votes were cast and Griffey got the most, 6,079,688. This year, 5,808,000 votes were cast, the fewest since 5.5 votes in 1987. Also elected to start for the AL were Chicago White Sox first baseman Frank Thomas, New York Yankees third baseman Wade Boggs and Texas catcher Ivan Rodriguez. In the NL, Fred McGriff of Atlanta was elected at first, Craig Biggio of Houston at second and Mike Piazza of Los Angeles at catcher. The elected outfielder starters were Barry Bonds of San Francisco, Lenny Dykstra of Philadelphia and Tony Gwynn of San E - Montoyo, Manahan. DP - OTT I. LOB -SCRW B 4, OTT 7. 2B - Zuber, Jordan, Schall, Tokheim 2, Martin; IB - Benitez; SAC -Deshaies. SF - Lieberthal. SB - Holifield, Frazier, Benitez. RED BARONS IP H R ER BB SO Deshaies Fletcher DuBois Wiegandt 11,0 3).. OTTAWA .. 5 I 5 4 2 7 ,h 12 1 0 1 .. m i o o o l ... 0 2 110 0 IP H R ER BB SO Urbina Diaz Schmidt (W,4 0) WP-Fletcher. T 3:00. A 7,959. ..4 9 7 7 4 .. m 4 0 0 0 . V) 10 0 0 SDH American League Starters Catcher- Ivan Rodriguez, Texas First Base-Frank Thomas, Chicago Second Base-Carlos Baerga, Cleveland Third Base-Wade Boggs, New York Shortstop-Cal Ripken, Baltimore Outfield-Albert Belle, Cleveland; x Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle; Kirby Puckett, Minnesota Reserves Catcher-Mike Stanley, New York Infielders-Roberto Alomar, Toronto; Gary DiSarcina, California; Edgar Martinez, Seattle; Mark McGwire, Oakland; Kevin Seitzer, Milwaukee; Mo Vaughn, Boston Outfielders-Jim Edmonds, California; y-Kenny Lofton, Cleveland; Paul O'Neill, New York; Manny Ramirez, Cleveland Pitchers Kevin Appier, Kansas City; Chuck Finiey, California; Erik Hanson, Boston; Randy Johnson, Seattle; Dennis Martinez, Cleveland; Jose Mesa, Cleveland; Steve Ontiveros, Oakland; Kenny Rogers, Texas; Lee Smith, California; David Wells, Detroit National League Starters Catcher-Mike Piazza, Los Angeles First Base- Fred McGriff, Atlanta Second Base-Craig Biggio, Houston Third Base-x Matt Williams, San Francisco Shortstop-x Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Outfield-Barry Bonds, San Francisco; Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia; Tony Gwynn, San Diego Reserves Catchers-Darren Daulton, Philadelphia Infielders-Bobby Bonilla, New York; y-Vinny Castilla, Colorado; Mark Grace, Chicago; y Barry Larkin, Cincinnati; Mickey Morandini, Philadelphia; Jose Offerman, Los Angeles Outfielders-Dante Bichette, Colorado; Jeff Conine, Florida; Ron Gant, Cincinnati; Raul Mondesi, Los Angeles; Reggie Sanders, Cincinnati; Sammy Sosa, Chicago Pitchers Tyler Green, Philadelphia; Tom Henke, St. Louis; Greg Maddux, Atlanta; Randy Myers, Chicago; Denny Neagle, Pittsburgh; Hideo Nomo, Los Angeles; Carlos Perez, Montreal; Heathcliff Slocumb, Philadelphia; Todd Worrell, Los Angeles aw WE n Baseball dink July 6-7 A limited number of openings remain for the Grand Slam Baseball Camp one-day hitting clinic on Thursday, July 6 and the pitchingcatching camp on Friday, July 7. The Grand Slam Camp will also hold a week-long instructional day session at Crestwood High School July 10-14. Camp is open to all area players, ages 6-16 and runs 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For info, call Jerry Greeley, 824-2292. ' mm

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