The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on July 2, 1989 · Page 37
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 37

San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, July 2, 1989
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SUNDAY, July 2, 1989 The Sun C5 In his debut, Red Sox rookie Hetzel baffles Blue Jays Eric Hetzel figured he couldn't have picked a better park in which to make his major-league debut. "It's a great park. I mean, it's huge," Hetzel said following 5 innings of three-hit ball as the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-1 Saturday at the Sky Dome in Toronto. Hetzel (1-0) struck out four and walked four as the Red Sox won their third straight game. Rob Murphy pitched 1 innings, allowing a run, and Lee Smith fin- Sore shoulder forces Youmans to disabled list Associated Press PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday placed pitcher Floyd Youmans, a former Fontana High School star, on the 21-day disabled list retroactive to Wednesday with a shoulder injury. Team physician Dr. Phillip Marone examined Youmans on Thursday and found inflammation of the right shoulder, the same condition that forced Youmans onto the disabled list earlier this season. Youmans, a right-hander, was acquired from the Montreal Expos in December for pitcher Kevin Gross. The Phillies also announced that pitcher Steve Ontiveros, who has been plagued by recurring el-.bow problems, will miss the rest of the season. "He's at a point where something has to be done," said Marone. "He has two options. Either he rests for three or four months, or he has it operated on. Either way, his season is over." The Phillies placed the 28-year-old right-hander on the disabled list June 21 for the second time this season. The Phillies signed Ontiveros as a free agent in February, after he spent an injury-ridden year in the American League with the Oakland Athletics. He pitched 30' innings this season in six games, five of which he started. He built a 2-1 record with a 3.82 ERA while giving up 34 hits. Angels: 7th victory in 8 games Continued fromC1 homer in just 13 games and 41 at- batsthis season. California also scored on an RBI triple by White in the fifth and a double by Johnny Ray followed by a Wally Joyner single in the seventh. Meanwhile, McCaskill was treading lightly through the early innings. The Angels starter was touched for four straight singles in the first inning, but Minnesota got just one run out of it. McCaskill struck out Gary Gaetti with the bases loaded and then started an inning-ending, home-to-first double play. It was one of three double plays the Angels turned in the first four innings as the Twins wasted seven of their 10 hits in that stretch. "It could have been a real tough situation for Kirk, but he got himself out of it," Rader said. "Once he got out of that, he did great." McCaskill gave up just three hits in the fourth through eighth innings and retired the last eight hitters he faced before turning the ball over to Bryan Harvey for the ninth. With three wins in the bag here, Rader said the urgency has been taken out ot today s pncning matchup between Bert Blyleven and Minnesota ace Frank Viola. "You don't feel you're in a real vulnerable position to where you have to create a win," he said. "Naturally, you do want to get every win you can." Davis was more to the point. "It's getting down to that time where you start peeping at the scoreboard and checking out the standings," he said. Angels notes After playing part of Friday's game. Clau-dell Washington was out of uniform and out of town Saturday. He returned to Los Angeles, the club said, "for further diagnostic tests to determine the cause of the re-occurring cellulitis of his left shin." Washington was to check into Centinela Hospital in Ingle-wood for tests today. "We re trying to get to the bottom of this thing as soon as possible," said manager Doug Rader. "We want to get an accurate diagnosis so we can take care of this thing." . . . Tony Armas' hitting streak reached 11 games over 84 days. However, Rader said he would have to "give tomorrow's lineup some very careful thought." Armas has twice been sidelined by hamstring pulls and experienced some tightness Friday night. "You don't want to push it to the point where it might be vulnerable," Rader said . . . Dk SchotteW led off the game with a single for the third straight night Saturday. In the three games, he is 2-for-10 in his other at-bats. Schofield has taken over the leadoff spot in the lineup since Washington has been injured. . . . Lane Parrish's hitless streak reached 13 at-bats before he walked in the sixth and singled in the eighth inning. AL ROUNDUP ished for his 10th save. "I was a little nervous," Hetzel said. "But I think I was more nervous in spring training. But that was more from sitting around in the pen and just waiting for my chance." The Red Sox took a 1-0 lead in the third off Todd Stottlemyre (0-4) on Danny Heep's sacrifice fly. Stottlemyre was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse of the International League on Friday. "Stottlemyre fell behind quite a bit early," Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston said. "But I was pleased with the way he pitched. He didn't let them pull away when they had the chances. Unfortunately we just couldn t get the offense in gear." Dwight Evans doubled in the fourth and scored on Nick Esas-ky's single and Greenwell hit his ninth homer leading off the sixth to make it 3-0. "If that one didn't get out of here, I don't think too many would," Greenwell said. "I was" YANKEES 5, BREWERS 1: Rookie Clay Parker pitched 6 innings, allowing one run on six hits, to lead host New York over Milwaukee. Don Mattingly drove in two runs as the Yankees won their third straight game and again reached the .500 mark as they remained 5!4 games behind Baltimore in the American League East. Milwaukee lost its third consecutive game. WHITE SOX 6, ROYALS 4: Harold Baines greeted Kansas City reliever Tom Gordon with a tie-breaking two-run bloop double, capping a three-run rally in the seventh inning that gave host Chicago a victory. ORIOLES 8, TIGERS 1: Jeff Ballard held Detroit to five hits in 7' !i innings, and Randy Milligan, Cal Ripken and Craig Worthington hit solo home runs as host Baltimore won. Ballard (10-3) won for the first time since June 5. He had gone 0-2 in his previous four starts, allowing 14 earned runs in 12 innings. ATHLETICS 6, INDIANS 4: Rickey Henderson's broken-bat pinch single scored two runs and snapped a 3-3 tie in the sixth inning as visiting Oakland beat Cleveland. RANGERS 1, MARINERS 0: Bobby Witt, 0-3 with an 8.15 ERA over his previous four starts, allowed two hits over 7 innings as host Texas beat Seattle. From Sun News Services PENNZOIL MOTOR OIL Limit 12 quarts at sale price. SAE 30, 10W30, 10W40, 20W50 fmm AC & MOTORCRAFT r iO A AC SPARK PLUGS i OIL FILTERS Limit 16 at sale price. 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