The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on June 12, 1988 · Page 40
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C7 Stockton silences Griffey-less Spirit on five singles, 5-2 SUNDAY. Juno By JIM LONG Sun Sports Writer 29) downed Bakersfield, keeping the Spirit a half-game out of first place in the division. Griffey a lefthanded power hitter with 11 home runs, a .338 batting average and 32 steals is scheduled to return to Southern California today and will be examined in Los Angeles by a staff member of renowned sports physician Dr. Frank Jobe on Monday. "I'm sure the other kids think they have to do more," said Ports manager Dave Huppert. "They think they have to do more than they're capable of doing, instead of playing within themselves." Spirit manager Ralph Dick said before Saturday's game that GrifTey "can't even walk." Trainer Chris Verna said it was a flare-up of an old back problem Griffey has had since high school and his rookie league days at Bellingham, Wash., a year ago. What it meant at Billy Hebert Field was one less power hitting left-hander in a ballpark that surely favors such a player. The wind blows from left to right field and a hitter like Griffey is capable of burning a pitcher any time. "I've only seen five or six (home runs) go out of left field this season." said Huppert. Ports starting and winning pitcher Randy Veres (3-2) wanted to go about his business as best he could without worrying about Griffey's absence. "If you think about one batter too often, then you don't concentrate about the guy in front of him." said Veres, who scattered five harmless singles while striking out seven and walking three. "The guy who's in front can hurt you. "I don't think it hurts them that muc h. They (the Spirit) have a pretty good hitting team with or without him." Nevertheless, the Spirit missed its home run co-leader who also has the club's best batting average. Griffey also leads the league in steals. Verna and Dick are not sure how long it will take to get Griffey back. "On this type of thing, you don't know how long it'll take," said Verna before Satunl.iv game. Th Spirit's only runs eame w hen third kiM-m.m William Diaz scored on a double play ground ball hit by center fielder Ted Williams in the first inning and a run scoring double by Williams ( 1 lor 4 1 in tin-ninth that cut a 5-1 lead to 5 2. None of that made life any easier for Spirit start ing pitcher Jeff Nelson (5 4), who suffered the lo after he was shelled for four earned runs and five hits in Is i inningsofwork. Spirit Notet The parents of Sprit first t.smian Jim BowK ' on n I'M : the sncond consecutive nujht Howie wont to h.jh m ,,ii in it-.. Stockton drea and played 'or S.n 'd"n!,i City Coiieje Mm h is -;,-r.. 0 tor 9 during his homecoming Spirit regulars Jose Tartaoull (fight tieM) and Brian King isho'tMopl were tM . k in trie I neu!. resting F riddy night They we'e a oonhined fr lor ; M. .!.,,' Ted Eldredga allowed ust one run on three hits through 4' innings hi Saturday His stint came sher diking pvt Friday in p.is! i ciItuj contest vs Stcxktons Jaim Navarro during the se.enth mmn j stretch t klredge whs disqualified tor stuffing pusM d.in h s seY San Bernardino is 2 3 vs Stcx Hon the Cdl league s No'the'-' Division leader The cluhs series concludes with a t p m gam." today Rich DeLucia (S Ji goes tor the Spirit against the foils Alan Sadler (l 1 STOCKTON Soldiers wouldn't want to go into combat without their guns. Surgeons wouldn't want to operate without their scalpels. And the San Bernardino Spirit would not want be in the middle of a hot California League Southern Division pennant chase without offensive leader Ken GrifTey Jr. Trouble is, the Spirit will have to do without him for awhile. The Spirit got away with it Friday night and beat the Stockton Ports, 3-2 in 12 innings. But the Spirit couldn't win without Griffey on Saturday as a stiff back kept the star center fielder out of the lineup in a 5-2 loss to the Ports before 734 fans at Hilly Hebert Field. The loss made this tight pennant chase just that much tighter for San Bernardino (34-29). Riverside (34-28) beat Visalia (35-29) while Palm Springs (35- Moses wins in 1988 debut HAIR TRANSPLANTS Garner's second RBI of game lifts Red Wave over Visalia, 8-7 Associated Press See Dr. John L. Peterson, one of the MOST EXPERIENCED more than a second off his world-record mark of 47.03 after his first race of 1988. "I just decided to compete two days ago," Moses said. "I've been on a long program since December. I believe the best opening-day time I have ever had is 48.5." The time was the second-best in the world in '88, bettered only by UCLA's Kevin Young at 47.85. hair transplant surgeons in Southern California I A ml RIVERSIDE Designated hitter Kevin Garner picked up his second RBI with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning to lift Riverside ov er Visalia Saturday night, 8-7, before 1,283 at the Sports Center. The win propelled the Red Wave over the Oaks into first place in the California League's Southern Division. Shortstop Tom LaVassuer scored twice and drove home two runs for the Red Wave, which is in a first-place tie with the Palm Springs Angels. Both teams have 35-28 records. Brian Wood allowed seven runs on seven hits over eight innings, but it was good enough to pick up the win. Wood struck out nine and walked four. TUCSON, Ariz. Edwin Moses ran the fastest season-opening performance of his career Saturday night, winning the 400-meter intermediate hurdles in 48.38 seconds at the Tucson Elite Track and Field Classic. It w as his first race of 1988. Moses, 32, w ho had won 122 consecutive races before he lost to fellow American Danny Harris at Madrid, Spain, last June, said he wasn't disappointed at being I I ' I - v . 1 Caring State-of-the-art techniques I I s , Reasonable Call for a free consultation 1-800-642-9942 EZ Financing Wjiot BciKi in SIiNd RSA (714)882 2351 l?Mlt (Malta. -tVi iiaMeT I I X. A . Diamond Bar Long Beach L .!:-.?-' : I I JLlilS Garden Grove Santa Monica CALIFORNIA LEAGUE AVERAGES Reno 5.45 6 601 445 360 337 74 4 1 2 0 6 .162 177 34 5A 11 39 .316 219 50 74 11 42 .338 Individual Leading Pitchers Player, Club L ERA Disher, Dan Goff, Jerry Griffey, Ken Gunn, Clay Hisey, Steve Kemp, Joe King, Bryan IP HBBSO 61 54 3) 53 69 59 35 52 45 3 9 109 9 17 101 6 19 201 24 40 Brown, Bak Amaro, PS Bowie, SB Peters.PS Cron, PS Jones, Sto Newsom, Riv Randle, Vis Coomer, Mod Patterson, SJ Snyder, Vis Anderson, PS Escaiera, Sto 167 21 48 202 51 58 221 26 63 137 25 39 213 36 60 211 35 59 151 31 42 227 43 63 202 22 56 201 40 55 183 35 50 188 28 51 207 32 56 24 .287 23 .287 35 .285 24 .285 52 .282 33 .280 33 .278 24 .278 30 .277 25 .274 33 .273 23 .271 37 .271 0 6 .200 0 6 .154 1 12 .188 1 16 .199 0 14 .265 1 10 .238 0 4 .205 Through games of June i Team Batting Club AB R H HR RBIAvg Visalia 2027 3M 543 27 311 .268 San Bernardino 1987 296 498 35 238 .251 Reno 1980 278 508 22 237 .257 Bakersfield 1902 273 477 1 2 220.251 Palm Springs 1997 335 496 26 292.248 Stockton 2034 363 518 26 308 .255 Riverside 1994 305 511 21 265.256 San Jose 1874 300 465 1 3 242 .248 Fresno 1940 228 444 1 5 1 92.229 Modesto 1924 238 416 18 192.216 Tartabull, J. 151 29 40 Williams, Ted 189 21 45 Woods, Tony 39 8 8 San Bernardino Spirit Pitching DeLucia, SB Tapia. PS Shinall, Bak Veres. Mod Heredia. SJ Gunderson, SJ Austin, Riv Elvira, Sto Monson, Sto Gufnrie, Vis Cniamprno, Mod Fowlkes, Reno Burba, SB Buffolino, SB Meagher, SJ Player ERA IP HBBSO 68 42 58 34 76 57 37 53 91 90 24 55 77 67 30 75 80 65 35 73 75 67 30 75 57 50 36 60 84 76 41 87 80 65 42 92 68 61 25 55 58 59 30 46 67 63 27 51 78 75 30 53 Team Pitching Individual Batting Leaders Club ERA CG H R Player, club HR RBIAvg. 0 32 .339 Blueberg, Jim Burba, Dave DeLucia, Rich Doyle, Rich Ektredge, Ted Hayes, Todd Helton, Keith Nelson, Jeff Rice, Pat Ryan, Jody Townsend, H. Ward, Colin 54 24 37 59 30 46 54 31 53 16 13 23 18 39 18 13 13 7 14 32 31 65 29 29 58 18 47 57 16 31 32 14 25 2 3 3 3.38 64 3.07 5B 2.20 61 1.78 25 12.24 25 7.30 12 1.36 33 5.03 59 4.12 54 3.53 51 2.09 38 1.93 4 AB 239 219 173 203 226 177 BB SO 356 501 233 388 321 393 310 456 283 376 307 342 333 399 338 457 345 396 Stockton San Jose Palm Springs Riverside San Bernardino Fresno Bakersfield Visalia Modesto 3.10 3 412 235 3.06 1 5 467 218 3.63 6 488 296 3.43 8 467 253 3.75 3 465 272 4.80 13 255 359 4.00 4 430 284 4.23 5 503 327 3.90 1 0 466 295 Faries, Riv Griffey, SB Brown, Bak Leonard, SJ Lanoux, Vis Goff.SB Mclntosh.Sto Lewis, Bak 11 2 4 3 11 5 3 42 .338 46 .335 36 .335 41 .332 39 .316 41 .299 21 .297 San Bernardino Spirit Batting Player AB R H HR RBIAvg. 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