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•jJME TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2002 THE SAUNA JOURNAL TV-radio Today's schedule TUESDAY, JUNE 11 TELEVISION BASEBALL 7 p.m. — Major Leagues, Atlanta at Minnesota, WTBS, cable 29. BOXING 7 p.m. — Angel Manlredy vs. Antonio Ramirez, ESPN2, cable 33. SOCCER 1 :30 a.m. — World Cup, France vs. Denmark, ESPN, cable 32. 1:30 a.m. — World Cup, Senegal vs. Uruguay, •£SPN2, cable 33; Unlvislon, cable 56. , j '9:30' a.m.' — World Cup, Germany vs. Camer- .Ton; ESPN, cable 32; Unlvislon, cable 56. '" 6:30 a.m. — World Cup, Saudi Arabia vs. Ireland, ESPN2, cable 33. • • RADIO BASEBALL .._ 7:05 p'.m. — Major Leagues, Florida al Kansas .'Crr/KSAL, 1150-AM. >'0 , , , BASKETBALL n 7 p.m. — USBL, Kansas at SI. Joseph, KQNS, 88.6-FM. Baseball MLB standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division "boston ' - '"4lew York , Baltimore' Toronto- 'Tampa Bay ".I. , '. t I ''Mifinesota, 3ctiicago Cleveland Kansas City .Detroit , ' Seattle . i (fnahelm', Oakland ' Texas W 41 41 29 27 20 Central Division W 37 31 30 24 22 West Division W 36 36 32 25 PCI. .672 .641 .475 .443 .323 Pel. .676 .492 .476 .400 .355 Pet. .613 .600 .516 .403 QB 1 Vfc 12 14 21'A GB 6'A 6'A 11 14 QB 1 6 13 . , Sunday's results •i.V' Toronto 3, Colorado 2 '• Arizona A Boston 3 '"' Cleveland6, NY Mets3 San Diego 9, Tampa Bay 6 NY Yankees 4, San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 2, Baltimore 1 . Florida 6, Minnesota 3. ../ Philadelphia 7, Detroit 5 ;; Chicago White Sox 13, Montreal 2 ' t n Kansas qily 3, St. Louis 2 . j' Anaheim 7, Cincinnati 4 J' OaVlanB 7, 1 Houston 6 ''-' Chicago Cubs 6, Seattle 1 , Atlanta 9, Texas 3 • ' Monday's results " Boston-7 L Golorado 3 (J Detroit 6„Montreal 4 u ' Baltimore 6, San Diego 6 Toronto 6, Sen Francisco 5 . NY Yankees 7, Arizona 5 Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 1 Los Angeles 10, Tampa Bay 5 y Taxes 6, Cincinnati 2 •r J Minnesota6, Atlanta5,15innings 7 1 Florida"at Kansas City, (n) n .\ NY Mets at Chicago White Sox, (n) • 1 1 Pittsburgh at Anaheim, (n) .,jt St. Louis at Seattle, (n) " -.' Milwaukee at Oakland, (n) •S. Tuesday's games Colorado (Jennings 7-2) at Boston (Arrojo 4-1), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Yoshii 2-2) at Detroit (Redman 24). 6:05 p.m. _ '' tin Francisco (Jensen 5-5) at Toronto (Lyon 1 "$k"6,:05p.m. • H San Diego (Picklord 0-1) at Baltimore (Driskill 3-.'Of, 8:05 pA. ' * Philadelphia (Woll 3-4) al Cleveland (Colon 7:<4), 6:05 p.m. Arizona (B.Anderson 1-5) at NY Yankees (OiWeUse*), 6:05 p.m. '' J. Lot Angeles (Deal 4-2) al Tampa Bay (Kennedy ,{6-5),tf:l5p.m. :r- 'Atlanta (Gravlne 10-2) at Minnesota (Lohse 6' fS), 7:05 p.m: . ' Florida (Tejera 1-0) at Kansas City (May 1-3), 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Haynes 6-5) at Texas (Rogers 7-3), 7:05 p.m. j-flY Mets*(D'Amlco 4-4) at Chicago White Sox SRRitChle 3-6), 7:05 p.m. j*J Pitaoujgh JFogg 6-4) at Anaheim (Appier 5-4), vO:05,p!H), •. *K MirAukee (Flgueroa 1-3) al Oakland (Zito 7-2), afcOS'p.m.' .* StrLpulsJW.Williams 2-2) at Seattle (Baldwin 4- ijg).(MBp.Bi: , 'NATIONAL LEAGUE j£ East Division ~ - - W L Pet. GB 37 27 .578 — 31 31 .500 5 31 31 .500 5 31 32 .492 i'/i 27 34 .443 8'A Atlanta ' JsfiorHa *. I *Nerf*>Ji- i.jvtonjieal • VhilartlpMa "v ' •.' nJIincinpiJtJ. - ii&eaj.*- 'Ittsburgh CiHoustorv • CjChloeo*'. MWilwaukae % • . . rl? » • *JArlwe. KLosAjgelSs CaSan F[ancTseo 4'Colorado ' IsVtian Diego Central Division W . L Pet. GB 35 27 .665 — 34 27 .557 'A 30 32 .464 5 27 35 .435 6 • 25 37 .403 10 "22 40 .355 13 West Division W L Pet. QB 39 24 .619 — 38 25 .603 1 35 27 .665 3'A 31 33 .484 6tt 27 37 .422 12'A Sunday's result 35 Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 4 Jf. * Monday's result *j» Houjton 4, Chicago Cubs 2 9* . Tuesday's game 2* Chicago Cubs (Bare 1-8) at Houston (C.Her- 3$ander 5-2), 7:05 p.m. j ^ntprleague ebrhbl ^TLAljTA M-urcalss » f 0 00 PjuFrco<dl )».5 0 1 0 ' -'2000 5 110 5 2 3 2 6 110 6 14 1 !6 0 0 0 »J .*.60 11 iSGaica> ' 5 0 0 1 JfeMFrcoph -0 0 0 0 grtckhrtffl 0000 liJot "-'-- TWINS 6, BRAVES 6 MINNESOTA juFrccdl) SSraggOh ^-IMelrJ'rl £«Jone«lf i^AJorteicf j*peetilla-3b Mlelmslb, JJones If Prince c' CGzmnss Mntkwlb LeCroydh THntercf Koskie3b Wtelmelb. *i6 0 0 0 Mohrrf JSlancoJ. - .6 0 1 1 Przynsc B"""*'•""•! Bchnanrf Rivas2b DOitizph Hexing 2b JoUls'.'SJSII 5 Totals .AUsnU) -' • 000 032 NO 000 000-6 JjWInnsJota. ; 500 000 000 000 001-6 Jr* TwofiUtsiwhen winning run scored. 5c E— Blanoo'(2). DP—Atlanta 3, Minnesota 2. StOB—Atlanta 8, Minnesota 6.2B—JuFranco (7), ijCJones (11), CGuzman (8). HR-CJones (7), JSB -Shetlield (6), THunler (9). CS-CJones (1), •^Koekle (5). S—Helms. SF—Koskie. ebrhbl 6 110 1110 7 12 1 4 111 6 13 1 6 110 5 0 2 1 6 0 11 5 0 2 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 53 614 5 j T—4:23. A—24,534 (48,678). -TIGERS 6, EXPOS 4 ("ONTREAL, I (Ylkrsncf Marias 3t> fidro2b rarerorl PXerylf "/beraes" ratiidh < Stevens 1b. rette" fouls ! HentreeJ _ roll E—Wilkerson (3), OCabrera (10). DP-Montre- 1 2, Detroit 3. LOB—Montreal 9, Detroit 5.38— Wkerson (2). HR-VkJro (6), Fick 2 (8). ^Santiago (4). S—Maclas DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl 5 2 2 0 RStiagoss 4 110 4 0 2 1 DJcksn2b 4 t 1 0 3 12 1 DYongdh 4 0 10 5 111 Simon lb 4 12 0 3 0 2 1 Fick if 4 2 3 6 3 0 0 0 Mageeci 4 12 0 4 0 0 O Truby 3b 4 0 10 3 0 10 Halter II 4 0 11 3 0 10 Ingec 3 0 10 3 411 4 Totals 35 6 11 6 200 010 001 -4 020 130 OOx-6 Detroit Bernero W,2-2 6 1-3 7 3 3 5 7 JFamsworth 12-3 0.0 0 0 0 JuAcevedoS,8 1 4 110 1 T—2:36, A—11,642 (40,120). RED SOX 7, ROCKIES 3 COLORADO B09T0N •brhbl abrhbl Pierre cl 6 0 0 0 Demon cl 4 2 2 1 J0rtlz2b 4 0 2 0 OHrmndh 4 0 10 LWatkrdh 3 110 Qrcprrss 5 12 1 Helton 1b 4 0 2 0 Dubachll 4 12 3 ZeileSb 4 12 2 Hlnbm3b 4 110 Hlndswrl 4 0 2 0 Varlleko 3 10 0 Agbynlll 4 0 0 0 TCIaiklb 3 0 0 0 Eatlella c 4 111 Nixon rt 3 111 Uribeis 4 0 0 0 Merloni2b 3 0 2 1 Total* 36 310 3 Totals 33 711 7 Colorado 000 011 010-3 Boston 100 231 OOx-7 DP—Colorado 1, Boston 1. LOB-Colorado 7, Boston 10. 2B—LWalker (10), Garclaparra (23), Hillenbrand (16). HR-Zelle (10), Estalella (7), Daubach (9). SB—Damon (16), Garclaparra (2), Varltek(l), Nixon (2), IP H RER BB 80 Colorado NeagleL,4-3 6 9 6 6 4 4 Stark 2 2 112 1 Nlchling 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Fuentes 1-300010 Boston DLoweW,10-2 6 6 2 2 0 3 Wakefield S.3 3 2 1 1 1 0 T—2:51. A-33,508 (33,991). DODGERS 10, DEVIL RAYS S LOS ANQELES TAMPA BAY abrhbl abrhbl Izlurisss 5 2 2 0 Winn cl 5 13 1 LDucac 5 0 2 2 QVghn II 4 111 ShGrenrt 5 1 1 3 Cox lb 5 110 BJordn dh 3 2 1- O- -Grieve rt 4 0 0 1 Hansen dh 1 0 1 0 Hull dh 4 0 10 KarrOB 1b 5 0 10 Flheityc « 4 0 11 Grssom d 6 12 2 Abmtti 2b 2 0 0 0 Beltre 3b 4 0 0 1 JSmlth ss 2 10 0 Grdzln2b 3 2 2 0 Gomez BS 2 111 Rboulet2b 0 10 0 Esdna2b '2 0 0 0 Bcchcall 4 12 2 RJhson3b 3 0 10 Totals 40101410 Totals 37 S 9 S Los Angeles - 030 051 010—10 Tampa Bay 000 012 002— 6 E—Abemathy (7). LOB—Los Angeles 6, Tampa Bay 7. 2B—Lo Duca (17), BJordan (13), Hansen (3), Bocachlca (3), Winn 2 (16), RuJohn- son (5). 3B—Lo Duca (1). HR—ShQreen (15), Grlssom (8), Gomez (4). SB-WInn (14). SF— Beltre. IP H RER BB 80 Los Angeles NomoW,6-5 6 6 3 3 2 3 Mulholland 2 1 0 0 0 1 Mota 1 2 2 2 0 2 Tampa Bey WAIvarezL,1-2 4 1-3 6 8 7 1 2 Jimenez 2 2-3 4 1 1 0 3 Creek 1 11111 Yan 110 0 0 1 T—2:46. A—10,905(43,772). PHILLIES 3, INDIANS 1 PHILADELPHIA CLEVELAND ebrhbl abrhbl Rollins ss 5 12 0 Mgrder rl 4 0 0 0 Mchels dh 5 0 10 Vizquel ss 4 0 10 BAbreur! i 1 1 O-.Lewlondh 3 110 Burrellll 4 0 11 Thome 1b 3 0 0 0 Urinalc 3 0 0 0 Brdleyd 4 0 2 1 Rolen3b 3 0 0 0 Glerrez2b 4 0 2 0 TLeetb 4 0 10 Setbyll 3 0 0 0 T6Perz2b 4 0 10 EDiazc 3 0 0 0 Glnville cl 4 12 0 JMcDId 3b 3 0 0 0 Frymn ph 10 0 0 Totals 35 3 9 1 Totals 32 1 6 1 Philadelphia 001 020 000—3 Cleveland 100 000 000 —1 E—Sabathla (1). DP—Philadelphia 1, Cleveland 2. LOB—Philadelphia 10, Cleveland 6.2B— Mlchaels (6), Burrsll (13). 3B—Rollins (6). SB- BAbreu 2 (10), Rolen (3), Qlanville 2 (7). IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Adams W.3-4 '6 4 113 2 JSantlago 1 1 0 0 0 1 Plesac 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Bottalico 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 MesaS,18 1 10 0 10 Cleveland Sabathla L.5-5 62-3 6 3 3 3 4 Wohlers 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 3 Paronto 1 10 0 11 T—2:59. A—28,440 (43,366). BLUE JAYS 6, GIANTS 5 SAN FRANCISCO . TORONTO abrhbl ibrhbl RSndrsd 3 111 ShStwrtll 4 110 Aurilia ss 5 0 3 2 JoCiuz It 0 0 0 0 Bonds dh 4 0 0 0 Berg3b 4 12 0 Kent2b 4 0 0 0 Mndeslrf 3 112 BStlagoc 4 0 11 CDIgdotb 4 0 0 0 •Minor 1b 4 12 1 TWIIsndh 110 0 Godwin pr 0 0 0 0 Lwmce 2b 4 1 t 0 Snow 1b 0 0 0 0 Wells rt 3 111 DaBell 3b 4 0 0 0 FLopez ss 3 0 11 Benardll 3 110 Hckabyc 3 0 11 Dnston II 10 0 0 Shlnjod 4 2 2 0 Totals 36 510 5 Totals 29 6 6 5 San Francisco 111 200 00O—5 Toronto 014 100 00x-6 E—Lawrence (2). DP—San Francisco 2. LOB—San Francisco 8, Toronto 6.2B—Shinjo 2 (8). HR-OMinor (3), Mondesi (13). SB— RSanders (10). SF—RSanoers, FLopez. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco RueterL.7-4 3 6 6 6 3 1 Wilaslck 32-3 0 0 0 3 2 Worrell 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Toronto Loalza 32-3 8 5 5 1 1 ThurmanW,1-1 21-3 0 0 0 1 2 Cassldy 1 0 0 0 0 1 Eyre 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 KEscobarS,13 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 2 T—3:10. A—18,061 (50,516). YANKEES 7, DIAMONDBACKS 5 ARIZONA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Cunsetl3b 5 0 10 Jetersi 4 111 Sprvey 2b 3 111 EW>sn3b 4 0 0 0 DnneU3b 2 111 BWUmsd 3 0 10 LGnzlzll 4 0 11 JaQbldh 2 0 10 Clbmn dh 3 1 1 0 Vn Wal dh 0 10 0 Durazotb 4 120 Posadac 3110 JQWenrl 4 0 0 0 ASrano2b 4 0 0 0 SFinleyd 40 12 Corner lb 3 0 0 0 OMillerc 3 0 10 Vnluraph 0 10 0 Wmackss 3 120 NJhsonlb 0 0 0 0 SpncerlT 4 2 3 4 Thames rt 4 112 Totals 35 511 5 Totals 31 7 8 7 Arizona 000 220 001—6 New York 002 010 04x-7 DP—New York 1. LOB—Arizona 7, New York 5. 2B—SFinley (7), Womack (11), Posada (16), Spencer (9). HR—Donnels (2), Jeter (8), Spencer (3), Thames06943 (1). CS—Counsell (4), Spencer (2). S—Womack. IP H RER BB SO Arizona RJotinson L.9-2 72-3 7 5 5 3 Prinz 1-31221 New York Hitchcock 41-3 7 4 4 2 Mendoza 22-3 1 0 0 0 1 Stanton W.3-0 2 3 1 1 1 T—3:22. A—45,698 (57,478). ORIOLESSTPADRES e 8AN DIEQO BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Kolsayd 5 0 0 0 Moradh 4 12 5 DCwz ss 5 0 10 BRbns 2b 3 0 0 0 Klesko 1b 4 12 1 Sngllond 4 0 0 0 Lnklrdll 4 110 Conine 1b 4 0 0 0 Ganlrt 4 0 0 0 Gbbonsrt 12 0 0 Trmmlldh 2 2 2 1 Mathwsrf 0 0 0 0 Hubbrddh 110 0 TBtsta3b 4 110 WQnzlzc 3 13 1 Crdovalf 3 2 2 1 RVazi|z2b 3 0 11 Frdycec 2 0 0 0 OJmnz3b 1 0 0 0 HrstJrpr 0 10 0 Matos3b 4 0 0 1 GGilc 0 0 0 0 BordickSS 3 111 Totals 36 610 6 Totals 28 8 6 7 SanDltgo 030 100 110—6 Baltimore 030 210 02x-6 E—TBatisIa (11). DP—San Diego 1, Baltimore 1. LOB—San Diego 9, Baltimore 6.2B—Klesko (14), Mora (12), TBatisIa (16). HR—Klesko (13), Trammell (7), Mora (8). SB—Bordlck (3). CS— Matos(l). S—Fordyce. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Tankersley 31-3 4 6 6 5 Middlebrook 2 2-3 1 1 1 2 RkacL,3-5 2 1 2 2 1 Baltimore Etickson 61-3 7 4 4 3 WRoberts 2-3 0 0 0 1 BRyan 2-31111 Bauer 1-3 1 10 1 Groom W.2-1 11-3 1 0 0 0 Julio S.12 2-3 0 0 0 0 T-3:24. A-30,076 (48,190). 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Vazquez 1,4-3 lerges H RER BB SO 10 1 2 BASKETBALL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION Brevard Adirondack Pennsylvania Florida Brooklyn Today's schedule: TUESDAY, JUNE 11 BASEBALL Arkansas City vs. Sallna Falcons at Evans Stadium, 6 & 8 p.m. Manhattan vs. Sallna Hawks at Mataon Field, 6 & 8 p.m. Sallna Blue Jays at El Dorado, 7 p.m. Florida at Kansas City, 7:05 p.m, BASKETBALL Kansas at St. Joseph, 7 p.m.' CINCINNATI Larkin ss JCastro is Casey lb Dunn II RANGERS 8, REDS 2 TEXAS abrhbl 4 0 10 Lamb lb 10 11 IRdrgio 6 0 2 0 ARdrgzsi 3 0 10 JGrulzri abr 30 4 0 3 1 3 1 Keams rl 5 0 0 0 Rmeno II 0 0 0 0 JEcrcnd 3 0 0 0 RPImodh 4 1111 Taylor cl 10 10 Perry 3b 4 113 ABoone3b 4 0 0 0 Menchll 4 111 Bmyandh 4 12 0 Ldwlckd 3 10 0 TWalkr 2b 3 0 0 0 MYong2b 4 2 3 2 WQrero2b 1110 LeRue c 3 0 2 0 Totals 37 211 1 Totals 32 6 9 8 Cincinnati 000 000 002-2 Texas 420 002 OOx—8 DP—Texas 1. LOB—Cincinnati 11, Texas 4. 2B-JCastro (1), Branyan (1), LaRue 2 (6). HR— Perry (7), Mench (2), MYoung (4). CS—MYoung (3), IP H RER BB 80 Cincinnati AlmanzarL,0-1 2-3 2 3 3 1 0 Sullivan 1 1-3 3 3 3 1 3 JSIIva 32-3 3 2 2 1 2 GWhlte 1-1-3 1 0 0 0 1 Graves 1 0 0 0 0 0 Taxes Vak)esW,4-5 81-3 11 2 2 1 5 Rocker 2-30001 1 T—2:40. A—23,991 (49,115). National League ASTROS 4, CUBS 2 CHICAGO HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Pttrsond 4 12 2 Bigglo2b 4 110 Mueller 3b 4 0 0 0 bum 3b 3 111 SSosa rt 4 0 2 0 Brkmn cl 4 2 2 2 McQrfl 1b 4 0 0 0 Bgwsll lb 3 0 10 Aloull 4 0 2 0 Ward It 30 11 Hndley c 3 0 0 0 Wagner p 0 0 0 0 Dalwlspr 0 0 0 0 Hidalgo rt 4 0 0 0 Gnzalez ss 4 110 Asmus c 4 0 2 0 Hill2b 3 0 10 AEvittss 3 0 10 Bllhomph 1 0 0 0 WMIIIrp 2 0 0 0 Wood p 2 0 0 0 Dolel p 0 0 0 0 Brown ph 1 0 0 0 BHnler cl 0 0 0 0 JuCruz p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 2 8 2 Totals 30 4 9 4 Chicago 000 020 000-2 Houston 102 010 00x-4 E-WMIIIer (1). DP-Chlcago 1, Houston 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Houston 6. 2B—Patterson (10), SSosa (9), Bigglo (16), Blum (8), Beritman (12). HR—Patterson (4), Berkman (20). SB- Gonzalez (1), AEverett (2). S—WMiller. SF— Ward. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Wood 1,6-4 6 9 4 4 1 6 JuCruz 2 0 0 0 0 2 Houston WMiller W.1-2 7 7 2 2 0 6 Dotal 1 0 0 0 0 1 Wagner S.10 1 10 0 12 T—2:33. A—30,035 (40,950). MLB leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—ISuzukl, Seattle, .369; Damon, Boston, .343; MiSweeney, Kansas City, .335; Gardaparra, Boston, .328; JJones, Minnesota, ,321; Hillenbrand, Boston, .320; Ordonez, Chicago, .319. RUNS—Damon, Boston, 64; Glaus, Anaheim, 48; Lofton, Chicago, 46; ISuzukl, Seattle, 47; ASorlano, New York, 47; Lewton, Cleveland, 47; BWilllams,NewYork,46. RBI—ARodriguez, Texas, 57; Qlaus, Anaheim, 50; Garclaparra, Boston, 50; Konerko, Chicago, 49; JJones, Minnesota, 48; Thome, Cleveland, 48; THunter, Minnesota, 47; JaQlambl, New York, 47. HITS—ISuzukl, Seattle, 90; ASorlano, New York, 83; Damon, Boston, 83; JJones, Minnesota, 80; Hillenbrand, Boston, 78; Garclaparra, Boston, 78; GAnderson, Anaheim, 78. DOUBLES—Gardaparra, Boston, 23; GAnder­ son, Anaheim, 23; ASoriano, New York, 21; Ordonez, Chicago, 19; MiSweeney, Kansas City, 19; Salmon, Anaheim, 19; 5 are tied with 18. TRIPLES—ISuzukl, Seattle, 5; Lofton, Chicago, 5; 8 are tied with 4. HOME RUNS—ARodriguez, Texas, 20; Thome, Cleveland, 19; JaGiambi, New York, 16; ASoriano, New York, 15; EChavez, Oakland, 15; THunter, Minnesota, 15; TBatista, Baltimore, 15; CDelgado, Toronto, 15. STOLEN BASES—Lofton, Chicago, 21; ISuzu­ kl, Seattle, 18: Beltran, Kansas City, 17; ASori­ ano, New York, 16; Damon, Boston, 16; Durham, Chicago, 16; Winn, Tampa Bay, 14. PITCHING (6 declslons)-PMartinez, Boston, 7-1, .875, 3.28; Burkett, Boston, 7-1. .875,3.94; DLowe, Boston, 10-2, .833,1.89; Mussina, New York, 9-2, .816, 4.07; Clemens, New York, 8-2, .800,3.57; Zrto, Oakland, 7-2, .778,3.33; Halladay, Toronto, 7-2, .778,3.14. STRIKEOUTS—Clemens, New York', 107; PMartlnez, Boston, 94; FQarda, Seattle, 78; Zito, Oakland, 77; Mussina, New York, 76; Halladay, Toronto, 75; THudson, Oakland, 66. SAVE8—MRIvera, New York, 16; Urblna, Boston, 18; Guardado, Minnesota, 18; Sasaki, Seattle, 14; KEscobar, Toronto, 13; Percrval, Anaheim, 13; Wickman, Cleveland, 13. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Helton, Colorado, .344; Bonds, San Francisco, ,344; Edmonds, St. Louis, .341; Lowell, Florida, .339; Vidro, Montreal, .337; Alton- zo, New York, .330; Klesko, San Diego, .330. RUNS—SSosa, Chicago, 52; Bonds, San Francisco, 52; Pujols, St. Louis, 50; Splvey, Arizona, 49; Helton, Colorado, 46; ShGreen, Los Angeles, 43; Vidro, Montreal, 42: AJones, Atlanta, 42. RBI—Helton, Colorado, 55; Berkman, Houston, 54; Sexson, Milwaukee, 51; VGuerrero, Montreal, 49; AJones, Atlanta, 48; Burrell, Philadelphia, 46; ShGreen, Los Angeles, 46. HITS—Vidro, Montreal, 64; Lowell, Florida, 80; Helton, Colorado, 78; LCastillo, Florida, 77; VGuerrero, Montreal, 76; CJones, Atlanta, 75; Pierre, Colorado, 73; Rollins, Philadelphia, 73. DOUBLES—Lowell, Florida, 24; Vidro, Montreal, 20; BAbreu, Philadelphia, 20; Rollins, Philadelphia, 19; Ward, Houston, 19; Pujols, St. Louis, 18; Spivey, Arizona, 18; Bagwell, Houston, 16. TRIPLES—Rollins, Philadelphia, 6; Splvey, Arizona, 6; Furcal, Atlanta, 5: aSanchez, Milwaukee, 4; Uribe, Colorado, 4; Patterson, Chicago, 4; MAnderson, Philadelphia, 4; Helton. Colorado, 4; DeLoe, Florida, 4. HOME RUNS-SSosa. Chicago, 22; Bonds, San Francisco, 21; Berkman, Houston, 20; AJones, Atlanta, 17; Burrell, Philadelphia, 16; Sexson, Milwaukee, 16; Helton, Colorado, 15; VGuerrero, Montreal, 15; BGiles, Pittsburgh, 15; ShGreen, Los Angeles, 15. 8TOLEN BASES—LCastillo. Florida, 21; Pierre, Colorado, 20; ASanchez, Milwaukee, 16; PrWIIson, Florida, 16; Furcal, Atlanta, 14; DRoberts, Los Angeles, 14; Owens, Florida, 14. PITCHING (I declslonsH-Schllling, Arizona, 12-1, .923, 2.79; Ishii, Los Angeles, 10-1, .909, 3.16; Glavine, Atlanta, 10-2. .633.1.64; RJohn- son, Arizona, 9-2, .816, 2.61; JJennlngs, Colorado, 7-2, .778, 4.63; Aslacio, New York, 6-2, .750,2.64; Maddux, Atlanta, 6-2, .750,3.12. STRIKEOUTS—Schilling. Arizona, 140; RJohnson, Arizona, 123; Burnett, Florida, 85; Morris, St. Louis, 85; Clement, Chicago, 77; Oswalt, Houston, 76; JVazquez, Montreal, 75. SAVES—Gagns, Los Angeles, 21; Graves, Cincinnati, 19; M Williams, Pittsburgh, 19; Smoltz, Atlanta, 18; Mesa, Philadelphia, 18; BKim, Arizona, 16; JJimenez, Colorado, 16; Nen, San Francisco, 16. MLB seasons June 11 1904 — Bob Wicker ol the Chicago Cubs pitched 9 'A hitless innings belore Sam Merles ol the New York Giants singled. Wicker won a 1-0, 12-lnning one -hitler. 1930 — Johnny Vender Meer hurled the first ol two consecutive no-hitters as the Cincinnati Reds beat the Boston Braves 3-0. 1987 — The Chicago Cubs hit seven homers and the New York Mets lour In the second game ol a doubleheader, tying the major league record set by the New York Yankees (6) and Detroit Tigers (6) In 1950. Adollo Phillips hit lour home runs In the doubleheader lor Chicago. 1981 — Following Seattle's 6-2 win over Baltimore, major league players went on strike. iWS — Von Hayes became the (list player In major league history to hit two home runs In the first Inning. Hayes connected twice during a nine- run first, powering the Philadelphia Phillies lo a 26-7 victory over the New York Mets. 1880 — Nolan Ryan pitched the sixth no-hltler ol his career, extending his ma|or league record, as the Taxes Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 5-0, Ryan was the first to pitch no-hlttert lor three teams and, at 43, the oldest to Ihrow one. 1996 — Mark McGwire hit three home rune In consecutive at-bats and tied the major league record ol five homers In consecutive games, leading the Oakland Athletics over the Boston Red Sox 8-1. 1998 — Lee Smith set e major league record with a eave In his 18th consecutive appearance, pitching a ecorelsss ninth Inning to preserve Ihe California Angels' 5 -4 victory over Baltimore. Smith broke the mark ol 16 straight set by Doug Jones In 1988. 1997 — Roger Clemens lost lot the tint time alter 11 straight wins to open the season as the Seattle Mariners topped the Toronto Blue Jays 51. Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hill Eastern Division W L Pet. QB Tulsa (Rangers) 37 26 .669 — Wichita (Royals) 32 33 .492 5 Shreveport (Giants) 30 34 .469 6ti Arkansas (Angels) 28 37 .431 9 Western Division W L Pet. GB El Paso (D'backa) 39 25 .609 — Round Rock (Astros) 39 26 .600 » Midland (Athletics) 32 33 .492 7 V* San Antonio (Mariners) 22 43 .338 17V* Sunday's results San Anlonlo I.Arkansas 0 Tulsa 3, El Paso 1 Midland 9, Wichita 7 Round Rock 9, Shreveport 2 Monday's results San Antonio 6, Arkansas 4 Tulsa 4, El Paso 3 Midland 15, Wichita 10 Shreveport 8, Round Rock 7 Tuesday's games Midland at Wichita, 7 p.m. Arkansas at San Anlonlo El Paso at Tulsa Shreveport al Round Rock College World Series NCAA I COLLEGE WORLD SERIE8 At Omaha, Neb, Double Elimination Friday, June 14 Game 1 — Georgia Tech (51-14) vs. South Carolina (53-16), 1 p.m. Gams 2 — Nebraska (47-19) vs. Clemson (5215), 6 p.m. Saturday, June 15 Game 3 — Notre Dame (49-16) vs. Stanford (45-16), 12:30 p.m. Gams 4 — Texas (63-15) vs. Rice (52-12), 6 p.m. Sunday, June 16 Game S — Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, Noon Gams 6 — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 4:30 p.m. Monday, June 17 Game 7 — Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 2:30 p.m. Gams 8 — Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 18 Gsms 9 —Gams 5 winner vs. Game 6 loser, 1 p.m. Game 10 — Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 loser, 6 p.m. Wedneaday, June 19 Game 11 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 9 winner, 6 p.m. Thursday, June 20 Game 12 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 10 winner, 6 p.m. Friday, June 21 Game 1 3 — Game 6 winner ve. Game 11 winner OR Game 8 winner vs. Game 12 winner, 1 p.m., il necessary Game 14 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 12 winner, 6 p.m., il necessary Saturday, June 22 Championship Game 16 — Pairings TBA, 12:30 p.m. NCAA I linescore NOTRE DAME 3, FLORIDA STATE 1 Florida State 000 000 010 — 1 6 1 Notre Dame 001 100 10x — 3 7 1 LaMacchia, Hodges (7) and Richie; Nlesel, Gagne (9) and OToole. WP-Nlesel (4-0). LP— LaMacchia (11-2). Senior Babe Ruth NOON OPTIMIST 19, BUHLER 4 Buhler 040 00 — 4 7 3 Noon Optimist 418 6x — 19 14 1 WP—McCullough (1-0). LP—Hicks. 2B—B: Osbum, Allan. 3B—NO: Zackaiy, McCullough 3, Suenram. NOON OPTIMIST 12, BUHLER 2 Buhler 010 01 — 2 7 2 Noon Optimist 2(4 Ox - 12 13 0 WP — Pstrick (1 -O). LP — Osbum. 2B — NO: Zackary. 3B - NO: Mendlola, SArceo. HR NO: Zackaiy, Patrick. Hockey NHL playoffs THE STANLEY CUP (Beat-ot -7) Tussday, June 4 Carolina 3, Detroit 2 (ot) Thursdsy, June 6 Detroit 3, Carolina t Saturday, June 8 Detroit 3, Carolina 2 (Sot) Monday, June 10 Detroit 3, Carolina 0, Detroit leads series 3-1 Thursday, June 13 Carolina at Detroit, 7 p.m. NHL summary RED WING8 3, HURRICANES 0 Detroit 0 12 — 3 Carolina 0 0 0 — 0 First Period—None. Penalties—Wesley, Car (hooking), 2:05; Cole, Car (goalie Interference), 16:54; Fedorov, Del (high-sticking), 16:64. Second Period—1, Detroit, Hull 10 (Devereaux, Olausson), 6:32. Penalties—Robitaille, Del (hlgh-ebcklng), 9:06; Duchesne, Del (holding stick), 14:34. Third Period—2, Detroit. Larionov 6 (Fischer, Holmstrom), 3:43. 3, Detroit. Shanahan 6 (Fedorov, Chellos), 14:43. Penalty—HtU, Car (boarding), 6:34. Shots on goal—Detroit 10-6-11—27. Carolina 6-7-4—17. Power-play Opportunities—Detroit 0 ol 2; Carolina 0 ol 2. Goalies—Detroit, Hssek 15-7 (17 ihots-17 saves). Carolina, Irbe 10-7 (27-24). Referees— Paul Devorskl, Don Koharskl. Linesmen-Jean Morin, Dan Schachte. A -18,986 (18,730). Basketball w 16 17 11 MIDWEST DIVISION W 16 18 11 Pet. .800 .680 .478 .273 .236 Pet. .652 .625 .624 .376 .375 QB 1 Mi 6 'A 11 W 12 QB W 3 6H 61* Kansas St. Joseph Oklahoma. n to Dodge City 9 15 St. Louis 0 15 Sunday's results Dodge City 103, Kansas 96 Florida 107, Pennsylvania 99 Si. Louis 109, St. Joseph 96 Monday's results Oklahoma al Brevard, (n) Florida al Adirondack, (n) Tuesday's games Pennsylvania vs. Brevard, 6 p.m. Kansas at St. Joseph, 7:06 p.m. Cagerz schedule 2002 KANSAS CAGERZ SCHEDULE APRIL 20 — Kansas 111, St. Louis 100 (1-0) 24 — Oklahoma 101, Kansaa 90 (1-1) 27 -Kansas 100, St. Louis 94 (2-1) 29 — Kansas 105, St. Joseph 93 (3-1) 30 — Kansas 100, Dodge City B8 (4-1) MAY V ; 2 — St, Joseph 108, Kansaa 99 (4-2) 4 — Kansas 89, Dodge City 66 (5-2) 7 — Kansas 106, Oklahoma 84 (6-2) 9— Kansas 101, Florida 98 (7-2) 10 — Kansas 122, St. Joseph 1 10 (8-2) 14 — Kansas 125, Pennsylvania 111 (9-2) 17 — Kansas 109, Oklahoma 106 (10-2) 21 — Kansas 116, St. Louis 85 (11-2) 22 -Kansas 105, Adirondack 98 (12-2) 24 — Kansas 119, St. Louis 100 (13-2) 26 —Pennsylvania 123, Kansas 114 (13-3) 29 — Brooklyn 116, Kansas 113 (13-4) 31 - Kansas 107, Adirondack 89 (14-4) JUNE 1 — Florida 110, Kansas 108 (14-5) 3 — Brevard 116, Kansas 101 (14-6) 7 — St. Joseph 117, Kansas 107 (14-7) 8 — Kansas 90, Dodge City 88 (16-7) 9 — Dodge City 103, Kansas 98 (16-8) 11 — At SI. Joseph, 8:05 p.m. 14 — Oklahoma at Enid, 7 p.m. 17 — BREVARD, 7 p.m. 19 -BROOKLYN, 7 p.m. 21— OKLAHOMA, 7 p.m. 23 — At Dodge City, 7:30 p.m. 24 — ST. LOUIS, 7 p.m. WNBA standings WOMEN'S NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet. QB Washington 4 1 .800 — Orlando 3 1 .750 'A New York 5 2 .714 — Indiana 3 2 .600 1 Charlotte 2 3 .400 2 Cleveland 1 2 .333 2 Miami 0 6 .000 4 Detroit 0 6 .000 4M WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet. QB Los Angeles 5 1 .833 — Phoenix 3 1 .750 1 Houston 4 2 .667 1 Utah 4 2 .667 1 Seattle 3 2 .600 1ft Minnesota 2 3 .400 2» Portland 1 4 .200 3V4 Sacramento 0 3 .000 3<A Sunday's results Washington 76, Miami 67 Houston 75, Sacramento 62 New York 70, Detroit 63 Phoenix 80, Charlotte 77 Utah 71, Seattle 68 Monday's results No games scheduled Tuesday's games New York at Utah, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Miami, 6 p.m. Indiana at Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Sacramento at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Charlotte at Houston, 7-30 p.m. Portland at Seattle, 9 p.m. Detroit at Loa Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Auto pacing NBA playoffs THE FINALS (Beet-ot-7) Wednesday, June 8 LA Lakers 89, New Jersey 94 Friday, June 7 LA Lakers 106, New Jersey 63 Sunday, June 9 LA Lakers 106, New Jersey 103, Los Angeles leads series 34 Wednesday, June 12 LA Lakers at New Jersey, 8 p.m. USBL standings UNITED STATE8 NASCAR leaders Polnta I, Sterling Merlin, 2,064. 2, Jlmmle Johnson, 1,926. 3, JeH Gordon, 1,899. 4, Mark Martin, 1,852.5, Rusty Wallace, 1,826.6, Tony Stewart, 1,820. 7, Matt Kenseth, 1,794. 8, Ricky Rudd, 1,728. 9, Jell Burton, 1,706. 10, Kurt Busch, 1,699. II, BIB Elliott, 1,690.12, Dale Jarrett, t ,623.13, Ricky Craven, 1,611. 14, Dale Earnhardt Jr, 1,551.15, Michael Waltrip, 1,531.16, Ryan Newman, 1,476.17, Terry Labonte. 1,447.18, Dave Blansy, 1,440.19, Kyle Petty, 1,435.20, Bobby Labonte, 1,415. Money I, Mark Martin, $3,021,264. 2, Ward Burton, $2,643,626. 3, Sterling Martin, $2,127,176. 4, Ryan Newman,-$2,113,679. 5, Tony Stewart, $2,067,498.6, Jeff Gordon, $2,050,422.7, Elliott Sadler, $1,902,609.6, Matt Kenseth, $1,792,377. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,716,264. 10, Oats Jarrett, $1,673,126. II, Dale Earnhardt, Jr, $1,664,28B. 12, Bobby Labonte, $1,626,187. 13, Kurt Busch, $1,595,261. 14, Jeff Burton, $1,587,207. 15, Rusty Wallace, $1,563,180. 16, Bill Elliott, $1,480,730.17, Jimmie Johnson, $1,434,842.18, Kevin Harvick, $1,398,454. 19, Terry Labonte, $1,357,199.20, Michael Waltrip, $1,332,150. Local results g SAUNA SPEEDWAY Saturday's results IMCA MODIFIED A feature — 1, Robert Shepard; .2. Jerry Phillips; 3. Brian Knoell. B feature — 1. Tim Echevarrla; 2. Derrick KHma; 3. Josh Loveless. Heat winners — Knoell; Rick Rogers; Phillips. IMCA HOBBY STOCK A tsehirs — 1. Brian Welnhc4d; 2. Shannon Johnson; 3. Troy Wachsnicht. Hast winners — BUI Clanton; WachsnlchL 8UPER 8TOCK A leature — 1. Corey Lagroon: 2. Kelly Dunn; 3. Gary Utley. Heat winners — Rick Blackburn; Dunn. MINI STOCK A feature — t. G.W. Fuller; 2. Jeremy Hedberg; 3. Dsryl Biunsell. B MODIFIED A feature — t. Harlan Loftus; 2. Craig Colgln; 3. Caleb Strauss. NCRA 380 SPRINT A leature , 1. Steve King; 2. Jon Johnson; 3. Clay Bontrager. B leature —1. Travis Adams; 2. Abe Sherwood; 3. Larry Raple. Heat winners — Johnson; Mike Woodrutl; Bontrager. POINT STANDINGS IMCA MODIFIED 1. Tim Echevarrla, 215; 2. Brian Knoell, 199; 3. Derrick Kllma, 196; 4. Joe Cleveland, 195; 5. Gary Clements, 187. IMCA HOBBY 8TOCK 1. Ryan Ohkfe, 226:2. Soot Granzella. 220; 3. Josh McCarrell, 209; 4, (tie) John Berry 8 Tony Slothower,207. 8UPER STOCK 1. Corey Lagroon, 234; 2. Travis Hoppes, 214; 3. Danny Morrison, 213; 4. Kelly Dunn, 210; 5. Danny Morrison, Jr., 192. MINI 8TOCK 1. Jerry Hedberg ,227; 2. Jeremy Hedberg, 226: 3. Daryl BrunssU, 224; 4. (Us) G.W. Fuller 8 Larry Garrions, 205. B MODIFIED 1. Craig Colgln, 204; 2, Wee O'Bannon, 200; 3. Caleb Strauss, 174; 4. Chad Blockcolsky, 172; 6. Harlan Lottus, 141. Soccer World Cup glance THE WORLD CUP Sunday, June 9 Mexico 2, Ecuador 1 Turkey 1, Costa Rica 1 Japan 1, Russia 0 Monday, June 10 United Slates 1, South Korea 1, lie Tunisia 1, Belgium 1, tie Portugal 4, Poland 0 Tuesday, June 11 Senegal vs. Uruguay, 1:30 a.m. Francs vs. Denmark, 1:30am. Germany vs, Cameroon, 6:30 a.m. Saudi Arabia vs. Ireland, 6:30 am. Wednesday, June 12 Argentina vs, Sweden, 1:30 a.m. Nigeria vs. England, 1:30 a.m. Spain vs. South Africa, 6:30 a.m. Slovenia vs. Paraguay, 6:30 a.m. World Cup summary SOUTH KOREA 1, UNITED STATES 1 South Korea 0 1-1 United States 10-1 First half— USA: Malhls, 24th minute, Second half— SK: Ahn, 76lh minute. Shots At Qoal -SK 19, USA 6. Shots On Qoat— SK10.USA6. A— 60,778. General Letter of intent FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETE — Dominique Townes. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Chlpola, Flo. JC, Dixie, Uteh, Weal Charlotte, N.C.HS. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HOT — 6-2. STATS — 9.2 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 4.4 apg, 51 percent Held goals. AP sportlight June 11 1919 — Walter Hagen wins the U.S. Open with a one-slroke playoll victory over Michael Brady, 1919 — Sir Barton, ridden by Johnny Lollus, Is the first to win thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown, winning Ihe Belmont Slakes, 1839 — Ralph Guldahl wins the U.S. Open goll tournament for the second straight year by beating Dick Metz. 1949 — Cary Mlddlecoll wins the U.S. Open goll tournament by beating 8am Snead and Clay- ion Healner. 1958 — Nashua wins ihe Belmont Stakes with Eddie Arcaro In Ihe saddle lor his sixth Belmont victory lying Jimmy McLaughlin's record. 1977 — Seattle Slaw, ridden Jean Cruguet, runs wire lo wire In the Belmont lor a tour-length victory over Run Dusty Run and win Ihe Triple Crown. 1978—Nancy Lopez shoots a record 13-under par to win the LPGA championship by six strokes over Amy Alcott. 1982 — Larry Holmes slops Gerry Cooney In 13th round lor the WBC heavyweight title at Las Vegas. 1984 — The Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers 111-102 In the seventh game to win their 15th NBA title and keep a perfect 7-0 record in seventh game ol a championship series. 1988 — Stanford becomes the first team since 1974 to win consecutive titles, with a 9-4 vldory over Arizona State In the College World Series. 1994 — For the first time in 11 years, the United States loses In the women's work) basketball championships. Guards • Hortencla and Paula combine lor 61 points as Brazil stuns the defending champions 110-107 In Ihe semifinals. 2001 —Tennis' Grand Slam tournaments double the number ol seeded players lo 32, with Ihe order determined using a formula that assesses past performance on the event'e playing surface. Transactions BA8EBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Agreed lo terms with OF Timothy Gllhooley, RHP Matthew Bolander, 1B Michael Hugglns, OF Matthew Howerton, SS Gerardo Alvarez, OF Neat Stephenson, LHP Michael Petituccl, C George Cox, OF Gregg Oavles, RHP Stephon Sutton, LHP Jason Cierlik, OF Erik Smallwood, OF Zachary Davis, OF Edward Colbert, RHP MeMn Splvey, C Pierce Robinson, SS Levi Robinson, RHP Nicholas McCurdy, and C Mark Wahl. BOSTON RED SOX-Agreed to terms with RHP Chris Smith, RHP Brandon Smith, RHP David Pahuckl, RHP Jose Vequedano, LHP Luis L Vlllaneal, INF Chad Spann, INF Allan Alcala, INF Brandon Moss, INF Gregory Stone, INF Patrick Boran, OF Ian Cronkhlte, OF Michael Barclay, OF Anthony Blanucd, and C James Buckley. CLEVELANO INDIANS—Signed LHP Blake Allen, LHP Jahaeam George end C Clayton McCullough. DETROIT TIGERS—Placed RHP Danny Patterson on the 15-day disabled list, retroadtve to June 9. Recalled OF Craig Monroe from Toledo ol the International League. Agreed to terms with OF Wilton Reynolds and LHP Marcos Hernandez. NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed RHP Mariano Rivera and OF Juan Rivera on the 15-day disabled list. Called up RHP Brandon Knight and OF Marcus Thames from Columbus ol the International League. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Agreed lo terms with OF Nick Swisher, C Jeremy Brawn, RHP Stephen Obenchaln, 3B Mark Teehen, SS Mark Kiger, RHP Joseph Pickens, OF Kirk Nordnass, 3B Tyler Killpensteln, RHP Brad Knox, 2B Uoyd Turner, C David Harriman, RHP Christopher Shank, OF Daniel Gibbons, LHP Andy Dlcken- son, RHP Daniel Bamett, RHP Jason Burdette and C Gregory Metzger. TEXAS RANGERS—Activated RHP Jay Powell Irom the 60-day disabled list. Recalled OF Kevin Mench Irom Oklahoma ol the PCL. Designated OF Calvin Murray lor assignment Optioned RHP Aaron Myette to Oklahoma. TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Signed RHP Michael Roga, RHP Chad Plelness, RHP Brian Grant, RHP Russell Savtckas, CF Jason Waugh, C John Schneider, OF David Smith, RHP Jordan De Jong, SS Brad Hassey, RF Erik Rico, RHP Edward Buzachero, 1B Zephaniah Zinsman, C Paul Richmond, C Erik Kratz, LHP Jeffrey Terrell, LHP Michael Seifert, 2B Carlo Cola, LF Justin Owens and RHP Andres Torres. National League HOUSTON ASTROS—Agreed to terms with RHP Billy Weslhoft, OF Jason Reuss, RHP Chance Douglass, OF Nick Covermblas, C Jet frey Mackor, RHP Jared Qolhreaux, RHP Daniel Freeman, RHP Brent Long, LHP Aaron Heilzman, RHP Samuel Fischer, SS Jesse Harrington, C Warren McGarvay, C Kevin Davidson, RHP Sean Kramer, 1B Andy Salmela, 3B Patrick Paavey, LF Adam Seuss, CF Dustln Hawkins and 3B Ryan Larson. MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Pieced RHP Chad Fox and C Paul Bako on 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contract of RHP Jayson Durocher. NEW YORK METS—Fired Oevs Engle hitting coach. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Claimed LHP Jason Pearson off waivers from San Diego and optioned Pearson to Fresno ol the PCL ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Placed CF Jim Edmonds on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 1. Recalled OF So Taguchl from Memphis ol the PCL. Atlantic League NEWARK BEARS—Announced the resignation ol Victory Ro|as, general manager, who will remain with the dub as player personnel and radio broadcasting director. Named Tony Zeliretto general manager. Northern League ALBANY-COLONIE DIAMOND DOGS— Signed RHP Carlos VakJez. Released RHP Chris Begg. BERKSHIRE BLACK BEARS-Released OF Larry Brown, RHP Jed Rogers and RHP Julio Rangel. GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS—Placed OF Darrell Dent on the Inactive list. JOLIET JACKHAMMERS—Released RHP John Falgln. LINCOLN SALTDOGS—Signed 1B-OF Chris Umphree. NEW JERSEY JACKALS-Activated RHP Jake Brooks. FOOTBALL National Football League INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Slgned S Bobby Jackson. PITTSBURGH STEELERS-Signed Q Alan Faneca, lo a six-year contract; DE Klmo von Oe!< hotten, to a four-year contract. Extended the con trad of OB Tommy Maddox four-year years. HOCKEY National Hookey League SAN JOSE SHARKS—Re-signed Dean Lorn, bardi, executive vice president and general manager; Wayne Thomas, assistant general manager, and Doug Wilson, director ot pro development. COLLEGE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE—Announced Davidson will move to the South Division, and Chattanooga will move lo the North Division. ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC—Named Jelt Burkhamer men's basketball coach. BRYN MAWR—Named Oanya Pilgrim Held hockey coach and director ol sports Information and Joan Braid volleyball coach. CHARLOTTE—Named Bo Durkac assistant baseball coach. COLUMBIA—Named Brian Gabriel and John Csvanaugh assistant strength and conditioning coacrvoi EAST CAROLINA—Named Melissa Kolbe and Brady Sallee women's assistant basketball coaches. KINGS POINT—Named Mondy Brauer assistant sports information director. JAMES MAOISON-Named Ooug Delrick wrestling coach. LA SALLE—Announced Ihe resignation ol Jenn Harpel, women's lacrosse coach. LENOIR-RHYNE—Promoted Joe Smith to associate director ol athletics and Sue ScalfkU to senior women's administrator. NEW HAMP6HIRE—Promoted David Las sonde to men's associate head hockey coach. OKLAHOMA STATE—Named Harry Blrdwell, athletic director, elfectlvs July 1. SPORTS DIGEST Congress to i probe steroid use in basebali By The Asftociated Presa WASHINGTON — Congress ; is going to look Into steroid use in baseball, following the recenl disclosure that two former ; league MVPs used the muscle- building drugs. ; Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., , said Monday he plans to hold a hearing that also will look at steroid use in the Olympics and among college athletes. Dorgan! is chairman of the consumer 1 affairs, foreign commerce and tourism subcommittee of the , Senate Commerce Committee. ; "Everybody knows how dam- 1 aging use of these steroids are to athletes' health," Dorgan said. "We've got an issue to face, as a country, not just among baseball players, but also with college sports and our Olympic athletes." No date has been set for the hearing. Dorgan said he plans to invite baseball executives, players and union representatives. Steroids have become a major topic in baseball since former MVPs Ken Caminiti and Jose Canseco admitted using the drugs. Caminiti retired last year, and Canseco ended his 17- year career this spring. Lawrence Phllliips leaves Alouettes' training camp MONTREAL — Lawrence Phillips' latest comeback lasted only a week. Blaming the Montreal Alouettes' front office for a lack of honesty, the troubled running back walked out of the Canadian Football League team's training camp on Saturday, ending his latest and perhaps last comeback. The 27-year-old Phillips hasn't played football since 1999 because of off-field problems and was attempting to salvage his career with Montreal. He accused general manager Jim Popp and head coach Don Matthews of a lack of honesty in their dealings with him. Phillips was upset when he said he was told by Matthews that he would only return kicks when Montreal opens its preseason schedule at Hamilton on Thursday. Instead, Phillips was told he would return kicks and be used at running back the following week against Ottawa. Holmes to come out of retirement, face Butterbean NORFOLK, Va. — Former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes is coming out of retirement to fight Eric "Butterbean" Esch. The 53-year-old Holmes, who retired less than two years ago, will face Esch in a 10-round bout on July 27 at the Scope Arena. Holmes said this will "really, truly" be the final fight of his career. The former WBC and IBF champion is 68-6 with 44 knockouts. Holmes' 20 consecutive title defenses is the second- longest streak next to Joe Louis' 25 straight. Esch has a 46-1-2 record with 35 knockouts against unheralded opponents. Former Nebraska coach Jennings dies of cancer LINCOLN, Neb. — Bill Jennings, who coached the Nebraska football team to a win over his alma mater Oklahoma in 1959 to end the Sooners' 74- game winning streak, died Saturday. He was 84. Jennings suffered from prostate cancer. He died at his home in Lawrence, Kan. A1941 graduate of Oklahoma, where he was an Ail- American, Jennings compiled a 15-34-1 record from 1957 to 1961 at Nebraska. Despite a .310 winning percentage, he is most remembered for NU's 25-21 victory over the Sooners in Lincoln in 1959. His team also upset Oklahoma the next season. Husker player Robinette released from scholarship LINCOLN, Neb. — Katie Robinette has become the third player to leave the Nebraska women's basketball team this spring. The freshman's request for release from her scholarship was granted Monday morning after discussions with Robinette and her family, coach Paul Sanderford said. The 6-foot-2 forward from South Sioux City was the team's second-leading scorer and rebounder as a freshman, averaging 9.7 points and six rebounds. Robinette was a consensus all-American and two-time state player of the year in high school.

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