The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina on September 11, 1991 · Page 11
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Dodgers drop out of first place in NL West -n index-joumai, Greenwood, s.c, wed, September n, 199111 Lasorda's decision backfires as L.A. falls to Keds By The Associated Press The Los Angeles Dodgers were looking ahead. Instead, they fell behind. Manager Tom Lasor-da, planning for a big weekend series in Atlanta, moved up Ramon Martinez in the rotation to pitch in Cincinnati on Tuesday night. It didn't work, as the Reds roughed the Los Angeles ace and won 6-0. The loss dropped the Dodgers into second place in the NL West, one-half game in back of the Braves, who beat San Francisco 4-1. Martinez worked on three days' rest for the first time this season. The move will enable him to pitch this weekend in Atlanta, but it backfired for now. "It wasn't his stuff, it was his control. His control put him in a hole, and they got a couple of hits that hurt him. They weren't hit very good, either," Lasorda said. Martinez (16-10) lasted only 3 2-3 innings. He gave up five hits, including Mariano Duncan's solo homer and two-run doubles by Chris Sabo and Billy Hatcher, and walked three. "I felt very good," Martinez said. "I don't know what the problem was. I had control (troubles) a little bit." Jose Rijo (13-4) shut JL , r x vj I t I I 1 1 t 4 TOM LASORDA Starts Ramon Martinez on three day's rest down the Dodgers on two hits for six innings. He won his fifth straight start and improved to 8-0 in 13 games at Riverfront Stadium this season. Rijo struck out two and walked three. He left with a 6-0 lead after a brief talk with manager Lou Piniella. "I told Lou, 'I'm feeling too good, get me out of there. I'm afraid.' I wanted out of there before something happened," Rijo said. 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Schourek (3-3), making his fourth major league start, set down the first 14 batters before Williams singled. Howard Johnson and Mackey Sasser each hit three-run homers. It was Johnson's league-leading 33rd homer. MONTREAL akrhni DShldt ft 10 0 0 Rtiatunp Sntvnalb Owen as Grssom cf 4 0 0 0 WUadl ft 10 0 0 LWIkerrf Glrrgalb Piatt o Wllams Ul 10 10 Reyes c 1000 MGdnr p 10 0 0 Frey p 0 0 0 0 Noboa ft 10 0 0 Totals B 0 1 0 i (11). Schourek (1). KR-Jobnsea (31), Sasser (S). SB-KMillcr (11), Boston (11). IP H RER BB SO MGdnr L.a-10 Frey Russia Putt New York Schourek W.S-3 41-1 S M 0 1 1-1 4 1 2 3 1 0 14 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 110 17 Fadres 7, Astros 6 ;n Teufel hit a three-run ... mer, Benito Santiago had a two-run single and Fred McGriff added his 27th home run as San Diego won its seventh straight game, its longest winning streak since 1987. 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Malliooat 1 1-1 1 1 l a 1 XHernandes 1 14 1 0 0 1 0 Schilling l 1 0 0 0 1 RiRodrifues pitched In 1 batter in the 0th. Phillies 5, Cardinals 2 Tommy Greene pitched eight strong innings and hit an RBI double as Philadelphia beat St. Louis. Murphy rf CHayeaft Cabin If Lakec MiWmsp 4 111 MThmp U 4 111 CWbonph 10 0 0 Pgnomj c 4 111 Oqendoft 40 11 Cmiarp 0 0 0 0 Alice ph Fraser p Perry pn Terry p i 11 1 TstsJa PHILA Batiste ss Ready 2b HoUins ib BCstllocf Krukcf ST. LOUIS abrbU Sill Lnkfrd d S 0 1 0 OSmith ss 4 0 10 Zeileft 1 0 0 0 Crrero lb 4 I tt Jose rf 1000 I 000 1000 1000 10 00 100 0 oooo 1000 0 00 1 3110 1 B-Zeile UB-rhuaaelphia 7, St. Louis 4. IB Murphy (Ml, C Ha yea (), Lake (1), Greene (1), OSmith (Ml. CS-Batiste (1). S-Chamberlai. SF-Guer Ftaaer Terry 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Cubs 6, Pirates 2 Ryne Sandberg hit a two-run homer and Jerome Walton also connected for Chicago at Wrigley Field. 0 0 0 0 Asaxarp 0 0 00 Varans ph 1 0 0 0 Wsnan cf 1111 BLndm p 0 010 Wlkran ph 10 10 nut Tauto a o ii o akrkM 4 000 4111 4 0 00 10 11 4010 IP H RER BB SO Greens W.10-7 MiWilliams SJS St Lewis Ul-1 0 11-1 1 1 1 0 S 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 10 S 1 0 4 PTTTBtHIItCil akrhki Merced lb JBeUss VnSrykd BoniUarf Bonds k Becneleft LVUerec Lindft Tomlin p Espyph 4 000 4 0 10 1100 3 110 3 0 11 4 110 4 00 0 4 0 10 I 010 10 0 0 CHICAGO CWkarft Grace Ib Sndbrgft Dawson rf GBeillf VUnevac Dnstoo ss Dacnao cf Scanlan p Stcliffep nkrbW Plttakargh ato Chkaga Ml IIS Ma- E-JBell (II), Tomlin (1). DP-Chkag I LOB Pittsburgh 0, Chicago II. IB Bonds (B, Lind (14). GBeU Ml, Donate (10) 3B-JBell (0), Boailla (1) HH Sand-berg (141. Watts (. SB-Van Slyk (1). 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LOB Ssn Diego I, Houston 7. IB McGriff (10), Santiago (10) , GYoung (1), Bagwell 1 (14), Cedeno (0), Biggio (11). HR McGriff (17), Teufel (11) . SB GYoung (11). S-Roberts. SF-Finley. IP H RER BB SO Has Diets S I NewYsrk Ml 0M ill S E Williams (1), Reyes (10). LOB Montreal 1, New York II. 1B-Johnao (17), 1 I 11 1 0 I 1-1 1 1 4 ( ( 4 COLUMBIA (AP) Pitcher Bobby Jones allowed one hit and struck out seven to help the Columbia Mets to a 1-0 victory over the Charleston, W.Va., Wheelers in the South Atlantic League playoffs. Tuesday's victory gave Columbia a 2-0 advantage in the best-of-five championship series. The teams travel to Charleston, W.Va., for the third game Thursday. Jones, a right-hander, joined the Mets last month from Fresno State. He was selected by the Adult-youth golf signup deadline Friday at GCC The Greenwood Country Club will hold its adult-youth golf tournament Saturday. The tournament will be fligted by age. Sign up by Friday. New York Mets in the June draft. Jones was 3-1 with a 1.85 ERA in five starts. "I like a little bit of pressure," Jones said. "I rise to the occasion when it's there." Charleston right-hander John Ray, who went 16-9 during the regular season, allowed Omar Garcia's RBI single in the fourth for the game's only run, which was unearned. mem- BOB EMILY SIDING CO wm VINYL SIDING - BOXING WINDOW TRIM SHUTTERS , GUTTER SYSTEMS ' STORM DOORS 1 STORM WINDOWS UoaayOwsoa 229-37931 -I r. t r. t t l t ( t r r - - WANTED - Quality Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, Jeep Eagle Needs Sales People 30 to 40 thousands yearly earning potential must be motivated to produce results WE OFFER: Excellent pay plan Demo allowance Bonus programs Paid vacation Insurance package J -K ian uonna trumps lor appointment, rnone zzj-nou. j Gamecocks '91-92 basketball schedule includes 27 games COLUMBIA (AP) A 16-game Southeastern Conference schedule and nonconference games against Oklahoma and Clemson highlight South Carolina's 1991-92 basketball schedule. The Gamecocks play 27 regular-season games, opening the season Nov. 23 against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. South Carolina plays host to Oklahoma three days later and later goes on the road against Clemson on Feb. 1. South Carolina opens its first season in the SEC at home when the Gamecocks take on Kentucky on Jan. 4. The Gamecocks' firs.. SEC road game is four days later at Florida. The Gamecocks will take part in one regular-season tournament, the Texaco Star Classic in San Diego. The other teams in the tournament are San Diego State, Florida A&M and George Washington, which South Carolina beat in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament last year. The pairings will be announced later. "Our 1991-92 schedule is indeed challenging and should motivate our basketball team as well as prepare us for our first year in the SEC," first-year coach Steve Newton said. "The strength of the league is obvious, with outstanding coaches and personnel." The entire schedule: Nov. 23 S. Illinois-Edwardsville Nov. M Oklahoma Nov. 30 at St. Joseph's Dec. 2 Furman Dec. S Wlnthrop Dec. 10-21 Texaco Star Classic at San Diego (South Carolina, George Washington, San Diego State. Florida AetM) Dec. 28 Southern Dec. 30 Davidson Jan. 4 Kentucky Jan. St-; at Florida Jan. U at Vanderbilt Jan. 15 Tennessee Jan. IB Georgia Jan. 22 at Auburn . Jan. 2S Mississippi State Jan. 28 Alabama Feb. 1 at Clemson Feb. S at Mississippi Feb. 10 at Mercer Feb. 15 at Arkansas Feb. 19 LSU Feb. 22 Florida Feb. 26 at Kentucky Feb. 29 at Tennessee March 4 Vanderbilt March 7 at Georgia March 12-15 SEC Tournament in Birmingham, Ala. EVERYDAY EVERYDAY Duralast Air Adjustable Shock Kit Hose kit included. Duralast Gas Car Shocks Duralast Gas Struts Store stock only. EVERYDAY 94 TO 69.94 Heavy Duty Shocks 6 94 EACH Duralast Gas Truck Shocks 19 94 EACH Duralast Gas Strut Cartridges 26 94 IOCM Z RACING Calliham, Quarles, Steifle in top five Tommy Calliham of Ninety Six, and Tony Quarles and Ernest Steifle of Greenwood placed in the top five in Limited Sportsman racing at Laurens Speedway Saturday. Calliham finished second to Danny Hurley. Quarles was third, Bob-' by Tucker fourth and Steifle fifth. Randall Fowler won his fourth straight Late Model Sportsman main title. Rounding out the top five were Mike Fowler, William Morgan, Keith Martin and David Roberts. Jimmy Higgins, Stanly Lawson, Haskell Patterson, Richard Bragg and Joe Parks were the top five in the Hobbie Main, and Wesley Thompson, Tommy Baker Jr., Buddy Mitchell, Sammy Martin and Bill Barnette the top five in the Baby Bomber division. Greenwood's Knoivlton finishes fifth L Ral Knowlton of Greenwood earned fifth place in the 40-lap Late Model race Saturday at Anderson Speedway. 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