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SCOREBOARD The Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C., Thurt., June 29, 198917 BASEBALL NL leaders BATTING (220 at baUI-Urkln. Cincinnati. .371; TGwynn, San Diego, .363; WClark. San Francisco, .345; Guer rero, St. Louis, .305; Randolph. Los Angeles, .290. RUNS RThompson, San Francisco, 55; WClark. San Francisco. 54; Mitchell, San Francisco, 50; Bonds, Pittsburgh. 49; HJohnson. New York. 49 RBI Mitchell. San Francisco. 70: WClark. San Francisco. 59; ONeill. Cincinnati, 52; EDavis, Cincinnati, 49; Guerrero. St. Louis, 49. HITS TGwynn, San Diego. Ill; Larkin. Cincinnati. 102; WClark. San Francisco, 95; Randolph, Los Angeles, 84, Doran, Houston. 81; Mitchell. San Francisco, 81. DOUBLES-Wallach. Montreal. 23; Guerrero. St. Louis. 22; Raines. Montreal. 21: Bonds. Pittsburgh, 20; Mitchell. San Francisco. 20. TRIPLES RThompson. San Francisco, 8; Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 6; 6 are tied with 5 HOME RUNS-Mltchell, San Francisco, 25; HJohnson. New York. 20; GDavis. Houston, 16; Strawberry, New York. 15; EDavis. Cincinnati. 14 STOLEN BASES-Coleman, St. Louis. 34; Young, Houston, 28; TGwynn, San Diego. 25; ONixon. Montreal, 23; Raines, Montreal, 18. AL leaders BATTING (220 at bats) Puckett, Minnesota. .340; Sierra, Texas, .340; Franco. Texas. .337; Lansford, Oakland. .337; Boggs, Boston, .331. RUNS-Sierra, Texas, 53; McGrtff. Toronto, 51; BJackson, Kansas City, 49; Palmeiro, Texas, 49; Braggs, Milwaukee, 48; Tettleton, Baltimore, 48. RBI Sierra. Texas. 61; Franco. Texas. 59; Leonard. Seattle. 55; Gaetti, Minnesota, 54; Greenwell, Boston, 50. HITS Puckett, Minnesota. 105; Sierra, Texas, 103; Gallagher, Chicago, 99; Sax. New York, 99; Franco, Texas, 94 DOUBLES Sierra. Texas. 27: Puckett, Minnesota, 26; Boggs. Boston, 21; Reed. Boston. 20: Lansford, Oakland. 18; Palmeiro, Texas, 18. TRIPLES DWhite. California. 8: Sierra, Texas, 8; Boggs, Boston, 6; PBradley, Baltimore, 6; Reynolds. Seattle, 6 HOME RUNS-Deer. Milwaukee. 21; BJackson, Kansas City. 18; Tettleton. Baltimore. 18; McGriff, Toronto, 17; Whitaker, Detroit, 16. STOLEN BASES-RHenderson, Oak land. 29; Espy, Texas, 26: DWhite, California. 24. BJackson. Kansas City, 20; Guillen. Chicago. 20; Sax, New York, 20. PITCHING (7 decisions) Swindell, . Cleveland, 10-1, 909, 2.55; Montgomery. Kansas City, 6 1. 857. 1.60; TGordon. Kansas City, 9-2. .818. 2.53: Blyleven, California, 7 2, .778, 2.30; Ballard. Baltimore. 9-3. .750. 3.28; Ryan, Texas, 9-3. .750. 2.96: Stewart, Oakland. 12-4 . 750. 3.51 STRIKEOUTS Ryan. Texas. 128; Clemens, Boston, 111; Viola. Minnesota, 102; Gubicza, Kansas City, 84; Swindell. Cleveland. 82. SAVES Plesac, Milwaukee, 19; DJones, Cleveland, 18; Russell, Texas. 18; Farr, Kansas City, 15: Schooler. Seattle. 15. Major league standings All Times EDT AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Baltimore Milwaukee New York Cleveland Toronto Boston Detroit Oakland California Kansas City Texas Minnesota Seattle Chicago Montreal New York Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia W L Pet 43 31 Ml 37 40 4BI 45 392 West DtvtaiM W L Pel 46 33 590 GB L10 Streak i 7-3 Won 74 1-6-4 Won 74 z-4-6 Lost 8 t-44 Won S 5-S Lost 64 57 Lost 14 44 Woo GB L10 Streak 44 Lost 1 i-S-5 Lost 14 4-6 Won 2 1-7 3 Won 54 1-6-2 Won 104 4-6 Lost 17 1 5 5 Lost Home Away 1 22 16 21 15 S 23-20 15-20 2 17 16 19-21 1 18-18 16-22 4 16-16 16-22 3 16-19 16-20 2 17 20 12 25 Home Away 3 27 12 19-20 1 24-16 19-15 1 27-11 16-21 2 22-15 2MB 4 20-18 20-19 1 20-19 15-23 3 11 27 18 22 Temesvari, Hungary. 6-3, 7-6 (7-4). Nicole Provls, Australia, def. Camille Benjamin. Bakersfield, Calif,, 7-6 (7-2). 7-6 (8-6); EUse Burgln, Baltimore, def Elly Hakami. Tiburon, Calif , 6-4, 3-6. 6-2, Pam Shrlver (8), Luthervllle, Md., def. Carin Bakkunv Netherlands, 6-2, 6-1; Shaun Stafford, Gainesville. Fla., def Helen Kelesi, (13), Canada. 7-6 (8-6). 7-5; Donna Faber, Brad enton, Fla.. def Larlssa Savchenko, Soviet Union, 6-1, 2-6. 6-2. Sophie Amiach. France, def. Amanda Grunfeid. Britain. 6-4, 5-7. 6-4; Joanne Faull, Australia, def Kathy Rinaldi, Amelia Island. Fla.. 4-6, 6-2. 84; Robin White. San Jose, Calif., def. Etsuko (noue. Japan, 7-5. 14. 6-2; Louise Allen. Winston-Salem. N.C.. def. Silke Meier. West Germany. 74 (7 2). 6-2; Amy Frailer, Rochester Hills, Minn., def. Anne Simpkin. Britain. 6-2. 6-4; Valda Lake. Britain, def Sabina Goles, Yugoslavia. 74 (73). 34. 8-1; Catherine Suire, France, def Akiko Kijimuta. Japan, 14. 7-5, 6-1, Janine Thompson, Australia. def. Karen Schimper, South Africa. 6-1, 4-6, 84, Ferry not convinced Clippers will keep him NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division San Francisco Houston Cincinnati San Diego Los Angeles Atlanta i-denotes first game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE Wednesday's Games Baltimore 2. Toronto 1 Cleveland 2, California 1 Minnesota 2. Oakland 0 Detroit 6, New York 5, 10 innings Texas 10, Chicago 5 Milwaukee 12. Boston 5 Kansas City 12, Seattle 7 Thursday's Games Boston (Dopson 7-5 at Milwaukee (Bosio 7-4), 2 30 p m. Toronto (Cummings 0-0) at Baltimore (Schmidt 74). 7 35 p.m. New York (LaPoint 6-6 1 at Detroit (Tanana 7-7). 7 35 p m W L Pet 43 34 558 39 35 527 40 36 .526 37 37 500 32 41 438 26 47 356 West Division W L Pet 46 31 597 44 33 . 571 41 35 .539 38 40 .487 37 39 487 GB 15 L10 Streak Home Away 7 3 Won 6 23 15 20 19 24 5-5 Lost 3 24 12 15 23 24 1-44 Lost 6 18-21 22-15 44 44 Won 1 20-19 17-18 1-6-4 Won 5 17-19 15-22 1-44 Lost 1 14-20 12-27 Steffi Graf (li. West Germany, def Kimberly Kessaris. Hendersonville. N C . 6-2. 6-1 . Monica Seles ( 11 1, Yugoslavia, def. Claudia Porwik. West Germany, 6-2, 6-4 Doubles First Round Rosie Casals. Sausalito. Calif , and Sharon Pete, Albuquerque. N M . def. Jen nifer Fuchs. Dix Hills. N Y , and Jill Smoller. Larchmont, NY, 6-4, 6-2 GB L10 Streak Home Away - 1-7 -3 Lost 2 26-12 20-19 2 14-4 Won 2 22 19 22 14 44 44 Lost 1 22-16 19-19 64 1-6-4 Won 3 19-19 19-21 84 1-44 Lost 3 21-17 16 22 1-4-6 Won 1 17-21 13-24 ETC. 30 45 .400 15 California at Minnesota. 6:05 p.m. Kansas City at Chicago. 8 30 p.m. Seattle at Texas, 8 35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh 3. Chicago 1 Houston 7. San Francisco 3 Montreal 4. New York 3 Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 3 St Louis 2. Philadelphia I San Diego 2. Los Angeles 1 -Thursday's Games Atlanta (P Smith 24) at Cincinnati (Browning 64), 7:35 p.m. Houston (Scott 12-4) at Montreal California (MWitt 5-7) at Minnesota (K Gross 74). 8 05 p m (Dyer 0-0). 8 05 p.m. Chicago (Kilgus 5 7i at Sao Francisco Kansas City (Saberhagen 7-4) at Chi- (Garrelts 6-3). 8 05 p.m. cago (Perez 4-9), 8 30 p.m. San Diego (Rasmussen 2-5 1 at Los An Seattle (Bankhead 5-4) at Texas geles (Valentuela 4-5). 10 35 p.m. Only games scheduled (Hough 5-7), 8 35 p.m. Only games scheduled . Friday's Games Milwaukee at New York. 7:30 p.m. Oakland at Cleveland, 7:35 p.m. Boston at Toronto. 7:35 p m Detroit at Baltimore 8:05 p.m. Friday's Games Atlanta at Philadelphia, 2, 5:35 p.m. Houston at Montreal. 7:35 p.m. New York at Cincinnati, 7 35 p.m. San Diego at St. Louis. 8:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Los Angeles. 10:35 p.m. Chicago at San Francisco, 10:35 p.m. Firat Round Marian Vajda. Czechoslovakia, def. Glenn Michibata. Canada. 6-7 (2 7). 6-1. 74 (7-5). 6-3; John Fitzgerald. Australia, def. Brad Gilbert l)i. Piedmont. Calif.. 6-2. 7-5, 14. 34. 6-2; Peter Lundgren. Sweden, def. Ramesh Krishnan. India. 6-4, 74 (7-4). 7-5; Tomas Carbonell, Spain, def Marty Davis. Harbor Bay Isle, Calif.. 6-4, 34. 74 (7-4). 6-4 J TENNIS Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP) - Re suits Wednesday from the $5.3 million Wimbledon tennis tournament (seed ings in parentheses): Men Singles Ivan Lend) (1), Czechoslovakia, def. Ronnie Bathman, Sweden. 6-7 (5-7). 6-3. 6-2. 6-2; Nick Fulwood. Britain, def Mark Petchey. Britain, 7-5. 6-1. 6-2; Ken Flach. Sebring. Fla.. def. Goran Ivanisevic. Yugoslavia. 6-4, 6-3, 44. 6-3; Paul Chamberlin, Toledo, Ohio. def. Thomas Hogstedt, Sweden. 6-3. 6-2, 6-2; Patrick Kuhnen, West Germany, def. Pieter Aldrich, South Africa. 6-1, 7-5. 6-0; Dan Goldie. McLean, Va., def. Jimmy Connors (10), Sanibel Harbor, Fla., 74 7-4), 5-7. 6-4. 6-2; Kevin Curren (12). Austin, Texas, def Milan Srejber, Czechoslovakia, 44. 6-2, 6-3. 6-0; Slobodan Zivojinovic, Yugoslavia, def. Chris Bailey, Britain, 6-3, 7-5, 74 (13-11); Paul Chamberlin, Toledo, Ohio, def. Thomas Hogstedt, Sweden. 6-3, 6-2, 6-2, Doubles First Round Jim Courier. Dade City. Fla., and Pete Sampras (15), Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif , def. Roger Smith. Bahamas, and Paul Wekesa. Kenya. 6-4. 6-4. 74 (7-5). Women Singles First Round Tine Scheuer-Larsen. Denmark, def. Masako Yanagi. Japan. 6-1. 6-1; Elizabeth Smylie. Australia, def. Jenny Byrne. Australia, 6-4. 64. Katrina Adams. Chicago, def Amanda Coetzer, South Africa, 7 5. 6- 3. Arantxa Sanchez (7). Spain, def Jana Pospisilova, Czechoslovakia. 6-2. 7-5; Catherine Tanvier. France, def Akemi Nishiya. Japan. 6-2. 6-3; Gretchen Magers. San Antonio, def. Manon Bollegraf. Netherlands. 74 (7-4). 6-4; Amy Frazier, Rochester Hills. Minn . def. Anne Simpkin. Britain. 6-2. 6-4; Mary-Joe Fernandez (12), Miami, def, Marylou Daniels, Chicago, 6-4, 7- 5; Rosalyn Fairbank. South Africa, def. Julie Richardson, New Zealand, 6-4, 6-3; Iva Budarova. Czechoslovakia, def. Kumiko Okamoto. Japan, 6-4, 3-6. 6-4; Kristine Radford, Australia, def. Andrea Area results WEDNESDAY Recreation toftball Men's Industrial Service Merchandise 10, Cincinnati Milacron 4 F.L. Aerospace 7. Fluor Daniels 6 Westing house 11. Neptune 8 Greenwood Plating 6. Roberts Co. S Capsugel 7. Synthetic International 0 Women's Industrial Capsugel 26, Moore Business Forms 3 F.L. Aerospace 7, Kemet Electronics 0 Park Seed 23. Greenwood Mills 3 Men's Open Miss Ann's Fried Chicken 9. Coastal Supply 1 Rockets 16, Thunderbolts 12 Last Resorts 21. Wild Things 5 Youth baseball Seaboard Dixie Youth NBPWA 15, Post 224 12 Harmony Lodge 4. Monsanto 1 (game suspended in second inning) TUESDAY Recreation soltball t Seaboard Women's Open Renegades 21, The New A Team 15 Good Hope 17, Westside 16 Area schedule TODAY American Legion baseball 7:30 Seneca at Greenwood Recreation soltball Men's Church Field D 6 Tranquil Abney vs. Durst Ave.; 9 St. Mark II vs. South Main I Field E 7 Mt. Zion vs. Lupo-Galloway: 8 St. Mark I vs. Im manuel; 9 Northside vs. South Main II Women's Church Field B 7 Ninety Six First Bap tist vs. Our Lady; 8 South Main vs. Westside Men's Open Field C 7 Carolina Pride vs. Thumpers; 8 Wild Things vs. Stingers; 9 Rockets vs. Last Resorts Ninety Six Field B 7 Coastal Supply vs. Thunderbolts; 8 Rodgers Well Drilling vs. Ms. Ann's Fried Chicken NEW YORK (AP) Danny Ferry is coming into the NBA with his eyes wide open and ready for anything. As a youngster, he'd spend draft days in Capital Centre at Landover, Md., watching college prospects bartered like goods at a market. He remembered Mel Turpin in 1984 and Charles Smith in 1988 being traded just minutes after wearing the baseball caps of the teams that drafted them. When the Los Angeles Clippers made Ferry the second pick in the first round Tuesday night, Ferry was just being realistic when he said he might never wear a Clippers uniform. "I had no idea coming into the draft where I'd go," Ferry said. "I still don't know if I'll stay where I am. I'm still uncertain. Nothing would shock me. I want to be wherever I'm needed." Deason, Coates battle; Waites takes third place GROVETOWN, Ga. Dion Deason and Frankie Coates of Greenwood battled in the 25-lap late model sportsman feature at Gordon Park Speedway Saturday, and Herbie Waites of McCormick placed third in the 20-lap super stock feature. Daryl Key of New Ellenton won the late model race, taking the front position from Deason with three laps to go. Deason led until a caution was brought out when Coates went a little high getting into Deason sending him over the 3-4 turn bank. Deason took second, followed by Tommy Snell of Beech Island, Danny McClure of Dearing, Ga. and Coates. Usry of Thomson, Ga. won the super stock race. The Clippers, despite a 21-61 record in 1988 89, are top-heavy in forwards and devoid of an outside threat. Although the 6-foot-10 Ferry had a good outside touch for a big player, he might not fit in on a team that already has young forwards Danny Manning, Smith and Ken Norman as its best three players. Yes, Ferry said, he wouldn't mind a swap to Washington, where Jeff Malone is a top shooting guard and the general manager is Bob Ferry, who also happens to be Danny Ferry's father. "Washington is a great place to live and I'd love to play for my father, but I would play and be happy anywhere," Ferry said. "Playing in Washington would be great. My family is there and my friends are there and I enjoy the area. But to be honest, playing anywhere will be great." Wherever he winds up. Bob and Danny Ferry will become the seventh father-son combination in NBA history. The others are Dolph and Danny Schayes, Ernie and Kiki Vandeweghe, Al and Allie McGuire, James Paxson and sons John and Jim, George and Larry Mikan and Butch and Jan van Breda Kolff. Bob Ferry, 6-8, averaged 9.1 points in a 10-year career that took him to St. Louis, Detroit and Baltimore. Danny, meanwhile, was highly recruited out of high school and became an Ail-American at Duke, twice winning Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year honors. It might have been easy for Bob Ferry to become an overbearing, unbearable presence, especially after Danny showed signs of MON.-SAT. 8:00 til 6:00 Stand Located Corner .Maxwell Ave. & 225 By Pass. r . I I Specials Everyday! 72 Bypass Greenwood 229-0592 basketball aptitude. "My father always left it up to me what I wanted to do," Danny Ferry said. "If I wanted help, all I had to do was ask. He encouraged me to work hard. When I was younger, a little more encouragement was needed than it was later. After that, I took over because I wanted to improve. "You hear a lot of horror stories about fathers dealing with coaches, but all the coaches I've had say he's one of the best fathers because he tried to stay out of the way." While Bob Ferry was little more than a journeyman player, his son credits him with helping to prepare for a pro career. "As a player he helped me develop, and because he has a pro background, the way I've developed should help me in pro ball," Danny said. "There are so many little things he's helped me with. "I haven't picked an agent, but he knows the agents and knows what I'll be dealing with, so he's helped me narrow the list to five or six." But Ferry knows that even with his father's help, there are some things about the NBA that can't be taught. "In college, I lost only 25 games," he said. "In the pros, I'll lose that much in one season. That'll be a big adjustment." .; hifi Ash ir mi v vaiw va wwrni J "CmIimI 11m Old TIrw Way" with Hickory CmIi ? HASH BAR-B-Q (Since 1959) : pork & hash : Ready June 30th 4 pm J July 1st, 2nd, 3rd And J July 4th Til Sell-Out J 229-2722 Ribs-Chicken-Whole Hams Ray Kelley Jr. Hwy. 10 at Verdery BAR-B-Q Greenville wins; Canseco gets a hit HUNTS VILLE, Ala. (AP) -Terry Blocker drove in the winning run as the Greenville Braves defeated the Huntsville Stars 4-3 in a Southern League baseball game in which Jose Canseco played. Blocker drove in the RBI single in Greenville's eighth inning Wednesday night as the Braves improved to 7-2. Huntsville dropped to 4-5. Paul Merak, 6-4, took the win. He went 3 1-3 innings, giving up no runs and no hits while striking out four and walking- none. Mike Stanton received his eighth save in working one inning and walking one. Rich Berg, 2-1, received the loss. He went 2 1-3 innings, giving up one run and two hits while striking out three and walking one. The Stars went ahead 1-0 in the first on a wild pitch by Braves starter Lee Upshaw, but Greenville tied the game with a run in the second. Canseco, the designated hitter for Huntsville, went l-for-4 on a single to deep short. On his other three at-bats, he grounded to the pitcher, popped up to first and struck out. Canseco, who played for the Stars in 1985, was named the American League's Most Valuable Player in 1988. Wrist and shoulder problems have kept him out of the 1989 Oakland lineup. Church softball tournament set SALUDA The Saluda Chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes will sponsor a church softball tournament July 7 and 8 at the Saluda Jaycee field. Entry fee is $85 plus two Dudley red-stitched softballs. For more information call Tony Riddle at 445-2570 or Rudy Scott at 445-3367. Fine Tun & Lube Hwy. 72 & E. 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