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C-2 The Kansas City Times Saturday October 3 1987 Pirates beat Phillies edge closer to fourth The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates are still alive in their battle to finish fourth in the NL East The Pirates beat Philadelphia 6-4 Friday night moving two games back of the fourth-place Phillies The teams will finish in a tie if Pittsburgh sweeps the final two games of the season The Pirates in last most of the season will finish no worse than fifth because the Cubs clinched last place with a loss to Montreal on Friday Darnell Coles whose two errors led to two unearned runs hit a tie-breaking single in the seventh inning for Pittsburgh With one out in the seventh and the score 4-4 John Cangelosi walked and Jose Lind singled against Mike Jack-son 3-10 Reliever Jeff Calhoun struck out Andy Van Slyke but gave up consecutive run-scoring singles to Coles and Sid Bream Pirates starter Bob Walk 8-2 allowed only one earned run in seven innings Jim Gott pitched the ninth inning and got his 1 3th save The Phillies scored unearned runs in three consecutive innings In the third Coles let Juan Samuel’s grounder through his legs and his fourth-ihning throwing error allowed a second run to score First baseman Mike Diaz’s two-base error in the fifth preceded an RBI double by Chris James How they scored PIRATES FIRST: Cangelosi lad otf and was sale on ttiird baseman Schu's throwing error Lind doubled Cangeloel scored Van Slyke singled Und to third Coles hit sacrifice fly Und scored Van Slyke stole second Diaz grounded out Van Slyke to third Harper singled Van Slyke scored Pirates 3 Phillies 0 PHILLIES THIRD: With one out Ruffin walked Thompson singled Ruffin to second With two outs Samuel safe on third baseman Coles fielding error Ruffin scored Pirates 3 Phillies 1 PHILLIES FOURTH With one out Jelks safe on third baseman Coles' throwing error With two outs K Jack son singled Jelks to second Ruffin singled Jelks scored Pirates 3 Phillies 2 National League Santiago’s streak reaches 34 games The Associated Press SAN DIEGO — San Diego rookie catcher Benito Santiago extended his hitting streak to 34 games when he doubled in the first inning of Friday’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Santiago who hit a 2-2 pitch off Dodgers starter Fernando Valenzuela became the 13th player in major-league history to hit safely in at least 34 straight games The record is Joe DiMag-gio’s 56-game streak for the New York Yankees in 1941 Santiago set the major-league record for rookies when he hit safely in his 28th game During the streak Santiago has 47 hits in 134 at-bats a 351 average For the season Santiago is batting 301 PHILLIES FIFTH: With one out Samuel safe at second on first baseman Diaz s fielding error James doubled Samuel scored Pirates 3 Phillies 3 PIRATES SIXTH: Van Slyke led off and singled Coles walked Van Slyke to second Diaz flied out Van Slyke to third Harper singled Van Slyke scored Pirates 4 Phillies 3 PHILLIES SEVENTH: Schu led off and singled With one out James singled Schu to third Hughes singled Schu scored Pirates 4 Phillies 4 PIRATES SEVENTH: With one out Cangelosi walked Lind singled Cangelosi to third Calhoun relieved M Jackson With two outs Coles singled Cangelosi scored Lind to second Bream singled Lind scored Pirates 6 Phillies 4 Expos 7 Cubs 1 MONTREAL — The Cubs’ misery is complete Chicago which battled for first early in the season and has a top MVP candidate in Andre Dawson sewed up last in the NL East with a 7-1 loss to Montreal Even if the Cubs win their final two games and the Pirates lose their last two the Pirates will finish 003 ahead of the Cubs The Cubs went down in style Friday giving Montreal three unearned runs The beneficiary was Neal Heaton who hadn’t won since July 30 and who had lost six straight Heaton 13-10 had also made 10 starts without winning Losing pitcher Greg Maddux 6-14 hasn’t won since July 24 How they cored EXPOS SECOND: Johnson led off and walked Win-ningham singled Johnson to second With one out Reed singled Johnson scored Expos 1 Cube 0 CUBS FOURTH: Sandberg led otf and aafe at second on right fielder Webster's fielding error Dawson filed out Sandberg to third Dayett hit sacrifice fly Sandberg scored Expos ICubsl EXPOS FOURTH: Johnson led off and walked Johnson stole second Winningham walked Foley grounded into fielder's choice and on pitcher Maddux's throwing error Johnson to third Winningham to second Reed grounded Into double play first Johnson scored Winningham to third Foley forced at second Heaton doubled Winningham scored Raines singled Heaton scored Expos 4 Cubs 1 EXPOS SIXTH: Winningham led off and singled Win-ningnam stole second with one out Reed singled Winningham scored Daugherty hitting for Heaton doubled Reed to third Raines Intentionally walked With two outs Brooks singled Reed and Daugherty scored Expos 7 Cubs 1 Cardinals 3 Mets 2 ST LOUIS — Dave Magadan’s error opened the door for two unearned runs in the third inning helping the St Louis Cardinals celebrate their National League East title with a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets Both teams fielded patchwork lineups in the follow-up to the division title St Louis nailed down Thursday night After Magadan’s single gave the Major-league standings American League WEST National League WEST x — Late game not Included d — clinched division title Friday’s results — AMERICAN LEAGUE Kansas City 6 Minnesota 3 New York 3 Baltimore 1 DetrolU Toronto 3 Boston 3 Milwaukee 2 12 inn Oakland at Chicago night Seattle at Texas night Cleveland at California night Today’s pitching match-ups NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 6 Philadelphia 4 Montreal 7 Chicago 1 SI Louis 3 New York 2 Cincinnati at Houston night Los Angeles at San Diego night Atlanta at San Francisco night The Associated Press Jesse Barfield of the Blue Jays slid into third base ahead of Tom Brookens’ tag Friday night at Tiger Stadium The Tigers won 4-3 moving into a tie with Toronto for first place in the AL East Tommy John wins 277th game in Yanks’ victory over Orioles Playoff schedule Ltagua Championship Strios AMERICAN LEAGUE Oct 7: Toronto or Detroit at Minnesota 7 30 pm Oct I: Toronto or Detroit at Minnesota 7 30 pm Oct 10: Minnesota it Toronto or Detroit 12:07 pm Oct 11: Minnesota at Toronto or Dttrolt 7:25 p m M necessary Oct 11 Minnesota at Toronto or Dttrolt 2 07 ppv Oct 14 Toronto or Dttrolt at Minnesota 2 07 pm Oct IS: Toronto or Dttrolt at Mlnnaiota 7:35 p m NATIONAL LIAOUC Oct 4: San Frandico at St Louli 7:30 pm Oct 7 San Francltco at SI Louli 2:07 pm Oct f : St Louli at San Frandico 7:25 pm Oct 10: St Loud at San Frandico 7 25 pm Hnacaiiarv Oct 11 St Louli at San Frandico 3 35pm Oct 13 San Frandito at St Louli 7 25 p m Oct 14 San Frandico at St Louli 7:25 pm World Strias Oct 17 At Amarlcan League 7 30 pm Oct II At Amarlcan Laagua 7 25 p m Oct 20 At National Laagua 7 30om Oct 21 At National Laagua 7 25 pm Hnacaiiarv Oct 22 At National Laagua 7 25 p m Oct 24 At Amarlcan Laagua 3pm Oct 25 At Amarlcan Laagua 7 25 p m The Associated Press NEW YORK — Tommy John pitched a seven-hitter for his 277th career victory helping the New York Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-1 Friday night John 44 walked three and struck out five for his third complete game in 33 starts this season increasing his record to 1 3-6 New York took a 2-0 lead in the second inning off starter Jeff Ballard 2-8 on runscoring singles by Jerry Royster and Bobby Meacham Cal Ripken Jr’s sacrifice fly produced the only Orioles’ run driving in Carl Nichols who had opened the third inning with a double and moved to third on Ron Washington’s infield hit New York added an insurance run in the sixth when Orestes Destrade singled took third on Royster’s single and scored on Rick Cerone’s sacrifice fly ' John escaped a jam in the eighth inning when Nichols reached safely on third baseman Royster’s fielding error and Pete Stanicek followed with a bunt single But Nichols was thrown out overrunning second base and although Ripken singled later in the inning the Orioles failed to score How they scored YANKEES SECOND: Ward led otf and singled With one out Destrade walked Ward to aeoond Royster singled Ward scorsd Destrade to second With two oufs Meacham tingled Destrade scored Yankees 2 Orioles 0 ORIOLES THIRD: Nichols lad off and doubled With on out R Washington singled Nichole lo third G Ripken Itk sacrifice fly Nlchola scored Yankees 2 Orioles 1 YANKEES SIXTH: Dsttrads lad oft and tingled Royttar singled Destrade to third Cerone hit sacrifice fly Destrade scored Yankees 3 Orioles 1 Red Sox 3 Brewers 2 BOSTON — Spike Owen homered with one out in the 12th inning lifting the Boston Red Sox over Milwaukee 3-2 and snapping the Brewers’ five-game winning streak Owen’s second homer of the season ended a pitching duel in which Milwaukee starter Teddy Higuera 18-10 went the distance allowing six hits Reliever Wes Gardner 3-6 got the victory with one inning of work after replacing Boston starter Jeff Sellers in the 12th With Milwaukee trailing 2-1 in the top of the ninth the Brewers’ Ernest Riles singled was sacrificed to second and scored on Dale Sve-um’s double off the left-field wall American League Ellis Burks scored from third on Sam Horn’s fielder’s choice grounder in the eighth inning that put the Red Sox ahead 2-1 Burks opened the inning by drawing the second walk issued by Higuera then went to third on Marty Barrett’s double Horn who had struck out three times grounded to first baseman Greg Brock and Burks slid under catcher BJ Surh-oflPs tag Boston took a 1-0 lead in the second on singles by Todd Benzinger and Mike Green well and Ed Romero’s sacrifice fly The Brewers tied the score in the third on an infield hit by Paul Molitor and singles by Robin Yount and Surhoflf How they scored RED SOX SECOND: With on out Benzinger singled Qrnwll slnglad Benzinger to third Romero hit sacrlflc fly Banzlrtgar scored RbcJ Sox 1 Bfiwifs 0 BREWERS THIRD: With two outs Molitor tingled Yount slnglad Molitor to third Brock slnglad Molitor scored Brewers 1 Rad Sox 1 RED SOX EIGHTH: With on out Burks wtlksd Barrttt doublad Burks to third Horn grounded Into flaktar t choice Burks scored Rad Sox 2 Brewers 1 BREWERS NINTH: Riles lad off and slnglad Folder sacrificed Riles (o second With two outs Sveum doubled Riles scored Brewers 2 Red Sox 2 RED SOX 12TH: With on out Owen homered Red Sox 3 Brewers 2 Noah wife to separate agree to seek divorce The Associated Press PARIS — French tennis star Yannick Noah and his wife Cecilia a Swedish model and singer have agreed to a separation and will file for divorce Cecilia Noah’s lawyer said Friday Noah 27 has taken several months off from tennis since losing in the first round of the Bordeaux Open this summer While missing the US Open and France’s Davis Cup match against Sweden Noah fended off rumors that he was thinking of retirement He is scheduled to return to competition next week at a tournament in Basle Switzerland “Yannick and Cecilia Noah have taken together the decision to separate” lawyer Jean Veil said in a statement “This separation is friendly and its consequences have been settled between them” Tigers victorious behind Alexander tie Toronto for lead Continued from Page C-l Toronto got all three of its runs off Alexander in the second inning with the help of Greg Myers’ first major-league hit and Manny Lee’s first homer of the season a three-run shot on a cold drizzly night Both Lee and Myers were playing for injured Blue Jays starters — Myers for catcher Ernie Whitt who has two cracked ribs and Lee for shortstop Tony Fernandez who has a broken elbow Toronto right-hander Jim Clancy 15-11 was trying to equal his career high in victories but against a team that he had beaten only four times in 19 career decisions before Friday’s defeat He left without getting an out in the third inning Clancy has not beaten Detroit since Sept 14 1984 and has lost eight straight to the Tigers Jesse Barfield led off the Blue Jays’ second with a single to right One out later Myers singled to right on the first pitch of his first major-league at-bat sending Barfield to third Lee batting ninth took a strike from Alexander before he hit his first homer of the season in 1 10 at-bats off the facing of the upper deck in right field giving Toronto a 3-0 lead Lee who in 1986 had the only other homer in his major-league career has been playing since Sept 24 when Fernandez was injured in a game against Detroit Myers a September call-up was making his first major-league start Whitt was held out of the starting lineup for the second straight game because of his injury Detroit scored twice in the second on the rookie Lusader’s first major-league homer a two-run shot and sent Clancy to the showers with two more runs in the third taking a 4-3 lead Chet Lemon led off the second with on out Myere moled treo Jayi 3 Tiger 1 2 TIQER8THII Major-league box scores Mets a z-i edge in the top of the third St Louis began its comeback on Jose Oquendo’s one-out walk from John Mitchell 3-6 Magadan left the first-bag bag too soon to take third baseman Howard Johnson’s throw on Jim Lindeman’s grounder and Oquendo raced from to third on the play Mike Laga’s sacrifice fly made it 2-2 and Doug DeCinces put St Louis ahead 3-2 with an RBI double his first NL hit John Tudor 10-2 withstood five New York hits in the second and third innings and pitched five innings for his seventh straight victory Steve Peters got the last six outs and his first major-league save A Busch Stadium turnout of 45517 left St Louis 16613 short of becoming the third major-league team to reach the 3-million mark in one season How they scored CARDINALS FIRST: With two outs Undeman homered Cardinals 1 Mets 0 METS SECOND: With two outs Lyons singled Carreon singld Lyons to second Elster doubled Lyons scored Mets I Cardinals 0 METS THIRD: With one out Miller singled Miller stole second Magadan singled Miller scored Mets 2 Cardinals 1 CARDINALS THIRD: With one out Oquendo walked Llndeman sale on first baseman Magsdan s tiekting error Oquendo to third Undemen stole Lags hit sacrifice fly Oquendo scored DeCinces doubled Undemen scored Cardinals 3 Mats 2 Ex-Pittsburgh Steeler dies ofcanceratage61 The Associated Press VANDERGRIFT Pa — John Mas-trangelo who played offensive guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1947-48 died Friday of cancer He was 6 1 Mastrangelo died in his home in Vandergrift He played professional football in 1949 with the New York Giants and in 1950 with the now-defunct New York Yankees American League Yankees 1 Orioles 1 E: Randolph Royster John DP: New York I LOB: Baltimore I New York t 2B: Lynn C Nichols Murray Buhner Randolph SB: Royster (4) R Kelly (I) SF: C Ripken Cerone GAME WINNING RBI: Rqvsler (5) Baltimore IP H HER W SO Ballard (L 2-1) S’s 7 3 3 4 3 MGrHfln 255 0 0 0 1 1 Net Vert John (W 13-4) 9 7 1 1 3 S Umpires: HP Evans IB Cousins 2B Roe 3B Hendry T: 2:47 A: 11943 Users Blue Javs 3 TORONTO DETROIT 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(20) SB: Llrlano (11) Mosebv (35) GAME WINNING RBI: None Toronto IP H RER W SO a-Clancy (L 15-11) 2 4 4 2 3 0 Wells 4 4 0 0 3 4 Detroit b-Alexander (W9-0) 7 1 3 3 4 5 Hemteman IS 7) 2 1 0 0 0 0 a-pltched to 2 batters In Iha 3rd b-pltched to 2 baiters In the Ith Umpires: HP Brinkman IB Palermo 2B Barnett 3B Relllv T: 101 A: 45147 Rad Sex 3 Brewers 2 a hard grounder to third that Mulliniks booted for an error Lusader who was called up Sept 1 and who would not be eligible for the playoffs then lined a 1-1 pitch from Clancy into the left-field seats How they tcored BLUE JAYS SECOND Barfield led oft and singled With Lee homered Blue Jaya 3 Tigers 0 TIGERS SECOND: Lemon led off and we safe on third baseman Mulknlki fielding error Lusader homered Blue National League Expos 7 Cubs 1 E: Webster G Maddux DP: Chicago 2 LOB: Chicago 4 Montreal 4 2B: Moreland Heaton Sandberg Daugherty SB: W Johnson (5) Winningham (29) S: Heaton SF: Dayett GAME WINNING RBI: None Chkege IP H RER W SO G Maddux (LA-14) 545 10 7 4 4 2 Bailer Itl I I I 1 M Mason I 0 0 0 0 2 Heaton (W13-10) 4 3 1 0 0 1 McGatflgan (S121 1 1 0 0 2 4 Umoires: HP Montague IB PiUone 2B Wever 3B Renner! T: 2:24 A: 13301 Pirates 4 Fhiles4 PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH I THIRD: Trammell lad ofl and homered Evens walked Weka relieved Clancy Nokee singled Event to second to third on (turd baseman Mutllnlki' fielding error Lemon grounded Into double pley Event scored Tlgere 4 Blue Jay 3 One out when winning run scored DP: Boston 1 LOB: Milwaukee 11 Boston 7 2B: Sveum Barren HR: SOwen (2) SB: Felder (34) Benzinger (5) S: Felder SF: Romero GAME WINNING RBI: SOwen (3) Mlwaukee IP H RER W SO Higuera (L 11-10) l)' 4 3 3 3 10 Botfon Sailers II 11 2 2 2 9 Gardner (WA-4) 1 0 0 0 1 0 Umpires: HP Kosc IB Welke 2B Ford 3B TscftldaT: 12) A: 20077 This day in baseball Oct 3 1897 — Cep Anson closed oul a remarkable 27-veer career Iha! slerted In the National Association In 1071 He hit two home runs against SI Louis Ha was 44 the oldest player lo homer In Iha melon 1905 — Brooklyn's Bill Scanlon pitched two complele-eame victories against the SI Louis Cardinals 4-0 and 3-2 1937 — Detroit's Jake Wade pitched a 1-0 one-hitler against the Cleveland Indians Hal Troskv singled with two ouls In the seventh Inning ending the no-hllter 1944 — The SI Louis Cardinals won the National Laagua pennant by beeline the Brooklyn Dodgers 0-4 and sweeping the Dest-ol-threelxovoff 1947 — Flovd Sevens ol the Yankees nek) the Dodgers hltlesi until two were oul In the ninth when pinch hitler Cookie Laveoello doubled In Iwo runs for a 3-2 Brooklyn victory In Iha fourth game of the World Series 1951 — New York's Bobby Thomson hll e Ihree-run homer oft Ralph Branca of the Brooklyn Dodgers with two ouls In the bottom ol the ninth giving the Giants a dramatic 5-4 playoff victory and Iha National Laagua pennant 1940 — On the lest dev of the season the New York Yankees beat Iha Boston Red Sox 0-7 giving them a 15-game winning slrgak going Into the Work) Series Today's birthdays: Dave Winfield 14 Dennis Eckerslev 31 American League leaders ThreughOct1 BATTING G AB R H AVG Boggs Bos 147 S51 100 200 341 MolllorMII 115 452 110 140 154 Trammell Del 140 SM 100 202 144 Puckett Minn 154 412 95 201 320 Mattingly NY 119 541 92 113 124 Seltzer KC ISO 430 101 203 122 Fernandez Tor 144 570 90 114 322 Franco Clev 120 495 14 150 119 YounlMII 155 421 90 195 314 Sheets Balt 117 450 73 141 312 HOME RUNS McGtglra Oak 49 Ball Tor 47 Evans Bos 34 Evans Dal 14 Hrbak Minn 34 Jacoby Clav 32 Nokts Dal 32 Pagllarulo NY 32 Snvdar Clav 32 Tarlabull KC 32 RUNS BATTED IN Ball Tor 134 Evans Bos 122 McGwIra Oak 117 Mattingly NY 114 Caniaco Oak 112 Jovnar Cal 112 Gaatll Minn l09Slarra Tax 104 Trammall Dal 101 STOLEN BASES Rtvnoldi Saa 50 Wilson KC 57 Radus Chi 50 Molitor Mil 45 Henderson NY 41 PBradlev Sea 40 Mosebv Tor 34 Butler Clav 13 Felder Mil 13 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE McGwire Oak 421 Bell Tor 414 Boggs Bos SM Evans Bos 577 Molitor Mil 569 Sheets Ball 559 Mattingly NY 554 Hrbak Minn 555 Trammell Del 549 Jacoby Clav 519 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Boggs Bos 441 Molitor Mil 439 Evans Bos 420 Randolph NY 413 Butler Clev 401 Trammell Del 400 Seltzer KC 190 Downing Cel 397 Hrbak Minn 195 Brail KC 392 RUNS Bell Tor 111 Molitor Mil 110 Whitaker Del 110 Boggs Bos 100 Evans Bos UN Trammell Del 100 Mosebv Ter 104 Downing Cel 105 Seltzer KC 101 White Cel 101 NITS Sellzer KC 201 Trammell Del 202 Puckett Minn 201 Boggs Bos 200 Yount Mil 195 Bell Tor 117 Fernandez Tor 114 Mattingly NY 103 Tarlabull KC 174 PBradlev Sea 17S WALKS Boggs Bos 105 Evens Bos 104 Downing Cal 102 Evens Del 99 Buller Clev 90 Deer Mil 14 PBradlev See 14 Hrbak Minn 04 Randolph NY 01 Henderson NY 10 DOUBLES Boggs Bos 40 Molitor Mil 19 Calderon Chi 30 Mattingly NY 11 PBradlev See 17 Evans Bos 37 Whitaker Del 17 Davis Set 34 Gaatll Minn 14 Sierra Tex IS TRIPLES Wilson KC 15 P Bradley See 10 Polonle Oak 10 Younl Mil 45 Fernandez Tor 0 Reynolds See I r GAME -WINNING RBI Tarlabull KC 20 Canseco Oik 17 Fisk Chi 17 Younl Mil 17 Bell Tor 14 Boggs Bos 15 Trammell Del 15 Oeettl Minn 14 O'Brien Tex 14 E ARNBD-RUN AVERAGE Key Tor 201 Vide Minn 209 Clement Bos 107 Sabernaeen KC 141 Morris Del 141 Ltlbrandl KC 141 Clancy Tor 150 Stewart Oak 161 Bannltler Chi 162 Hough Tx 17 MOST VICTORIES Stewart Oak 20-12 Clemens Bos 19-9 Higuera MIL 10-9 Morris Del 10-11 Hough Tex 11-12 Langston Sea 10-11 Kev Tor 17-7 Viola Minn 17-9 Saberhagen KC 17-10 Terrell Del 17-10 GAME! Elchhorn Tor M Williams Tex 14 Moltorclc Tex 73 Henke Ter 72 Mussel-men Tor 47 Reardon Minn 61 Schlraldl Bos 61 Williamson Belt 41 Rlghetll NY 40 SAVES Henke Tor 14 Reardon Minn 31 Rlghetll NY II Platte Mil 23 Buice Cal 17 Eckerslev Oak 14 Howell Oak 14 Mohor-Cle Tex 14 Thigpen CM 15 INNINGS PITCHED Hough Tex 2707 Clement Bos 7772 Langston See 2440 Blvlevtn Minn 2400 Morris Del 7574) Stewert Oak 2542 Key Tor 2530 Higuera Ml) 2501 Saberhagen KC 74 0 Viola Minn 2452 STRNCROUTt Langston See 2S2 Clement Bos 244 Hlguert Mil 210 Hough Tex 720 Morris Del 202 Slewert Oak 199 Blvleven Minn 192 Viola Minn 192 Hursl Bos 190 Will Cal 114 E: Fermln Schu Coles 2 MDIaz LOB: Philadelphia 11 PIltiDuroh I 2B: Und CJamet Bonds Samuel SB: VenSIvke (34) SF: Cotes GAME WINNING RBI: Coles (2) Pittsburgh IP H RER W SO Ruffin 545 7 4 2 1 1 Jackson (L3-10) 45 I 2 2 ) 0 Calhoun Vi 2 0 0 0 1 Frohwlrth VS 1 0 0 0 0 Tekulve 1 1 0 0 0 1 Pittsburgh Walk (W8-2) 7 7 4 1 1 1 JRoblnson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Gott (S13) 1 10 0 11 Umpires: HP Tate IB Davidson 2B Hlrschbeck 3B Crawford T: 2:42 A: 245 Cardinal 3 Mets 2 NEW YORK ST LOUIS abrhbi tbrhbi 4 0 0 0 LJohnincf 40 10 4 12 0 Oouend ss 3 110 4 0 11 Llndman rf 4 2 11 4 0 0 0 Lege lb 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 DeCIncs lb 4 0 11 4 17 0 Ford If 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 Paonozzlc 10 10 3 0 2 1 Lawless 2b 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Peters p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tudor p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Horton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBooker 2b 10 10 22 2 2 Totals II 1 4 1 New York SI Louis Oil 000 000 -2 102 000 OOx — 3 E: Magadan Elster Lvons LOB: New York 4 SI Louis 6 2B: Elster DeCinces HR: Llndeman (I) SB: Miller (7) L Johnson (5) Llndeman (1) SF: Laga GAME WINNING RBLDoCIncesd) NewYer IP H RER W SO J Mitchell (L 3-6) 5 5 3 1 1 ) Sisk 2 ) 0 0 0 2 Weller 1 0 0 0 0 0 StLeuli Tudor (W 10-2) 5 6 2 2 0 3 Horton 2 1 0 0 0 0 Peters (Sl) 2 10011 Umpires: HP Quick IB CWIIIIami 2B KIDIer IB Froemmlng T: 2:14 A: 45517 Thursday’s results Amtrton Laagua Oakland 9 Cleveland 5 Boiton 7 Naw York 5 Dalroit 9 Balflmora S Chicago 6 California 3 Saattlt I Texet 6 Only games scheduled National Laagua Cincinnati 4 San Dlago 3 Pittsburgh 12 Chicago 3 Houiton 6 Atlanta 5 St Louli I Montreal 2 Loi Angalai 7 San Frandico 0 Only gamat ichadultd National League leaders ThreuthOcl 1 BATTING HOME RUNS Daw ion Chi 41 Murphy All 43 Strawberry NY 39 Davit Cln 37 Johnton NY 34 Clark S1L 35 Schmldl Phil 35 Clark SF 33 McRevnolds NY 29 Samual Phil 21 RUNS BATTED IN Dawson Chi 134 Wailach Mil 119 Schmldl Phil 113 Clark StL 104 McGaa SIL 105 Murphy Afl 104 Strawberry NY 103 Davit Cln 100 Johnson NY 91 Samual Phil 90 STOLEN BASES Coleman StL 101 Gwynn SO 54 Hatchar Hou 52 Davit Cln 50 Raines Mtl 50 Thompson Phil 44 Smith SIL 43 Parry Afl 41 Sax LA 37 Samuel Phil 35 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Clark StL 400 Davit Cln 593 Strawberry NY 581 Murphy All 571 Dawson Chi 572 Clark SF 571 Schmldl Phil 553 Guerrero LA 539 Ralntt Mil 525 Gwynn SD 515 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Clark StL 440 Gwynn SD 441 Ralntt Mtl 424 Murphy Afl 417 Gutrraro LA 414 Kruk SD 407 Havtt Phil 404 Davit Cln 399 Jamas All 391 Strawbarry NY 395 ' RUNS Coleman StL 121 Davit Cln 120 Ralntt Mtl 120 Gwynn SD 111 Murphy All 113 Samuel PhH 111 Strawbarry NY 104 Smith StL 104 Webstar Mtl 100 Bonds Pitt 95 HITS Gwynn SD 217 Smith StL 112 Guarraro LA 110 Coleman StL 179 McGaa StL 177 Dawson Chi 174 Doran Hou 174 Samual Phil 175 Wailach Mtl 172 Ralntt Mtl 170 WALKS Clark StL 134 Mayas Phil 120 Murphy All 113 Strawberry NY 94 Smith StL 19 Ralntt Mtl 14 Davit Cln 14 Johnton NY 12 Schmidt Phil 12 Hernandez NY II DOUBLES Wailach Mtl 41 Galarraga Mtl 40 Smith StL 40 McGaa StL 37 Dyktlra NY 34 Gwynn SD 34 Haves Phil 34 Jamas All 34 Samuel Phil 35 Van Slyka Pitt 35 TRIPLES Samuet Phil IS Gwynn SD 13 McGaa StL 11 Van Slyka Pitt 11 Coleman StL 10 Bonds Pitt 9 Thompson PhH 9 Ralntt Mtl Webstar Mtl I GAM! -WINNING RBI Dawson Chi 14 Johnton NY 14 Parker Cln 14 Clark StL 15 Wailach Mil IS Harr SIL 14 Doran Hou 13 Harnandaz NY 13 Maldonedo SF 12 Parry All 12 EARNID-RUN AVBRAOE Ryan Hou 277 Rautchal SF 309 Harthltar LA 312 Goodan NY 321 Watch LA 322 Scott Hou 323 Dravacky SF 334 Magrana SIL 339 Hammakar SF 349 Darwin Hou 359 MOST VICTOR IIS Sutcliffe Chi 11-10 Rawlev Phil 17-11 Scoff Hou 14-13 Herthlter LA 14-15 Gooden NY 15-7 Welch LA 15-9 ZSmlfh All 15-10 GAMES Tekulve Phil N Murphy Cln 15 WINIamt Cln M J Robinson Pin 79 McCullert SD 77 Leffertt SF 74 WorreM SIL 74 DIPIno Chi 47 Franco Cln 47 McGafligen Mil 47 SAVES Bedrotlan Phil 40 Smith Chi 35 Worrott StL 33 Franco Cln 31 McDoweM NY 25 Smith Hou 23 DRoWnton SF 19 Burke Mtl 17 Orosco NY 14 McCuHart SO IS INNtNOS PITCHED Harthltar LA 2542 Watch LA 2512 Scott Hou 2472 Valenzuela LA 2450 ZSmlth All 2420 Sutcliffe Chi 237 1 Rawlev Phil 7292 Reutchel SF 2270 Darling NY 2072 Show SD 2041 STRIKEOUTS Ryan Hou 240 Scott Hou 233 Welch LA 194 Valenzuela LA 1M Harthltar LA 105 Sutcliffe Chi 174 Derllne NY 147 Sabre Mtl 153 Goodan NY 141 Moyer Chi 145 i i

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