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The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina • Page 17

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Greenwood, South Carolina
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Ttve Index-Journal, Greenwood, May 31, 199017 SCOREBOARD shows little wear from Svar' against Phils BASEBALL Major league standings 0 ETC. Southern All Times EDT AMERICAN LEAGUE. East Division Area schedule Following la the Gi ecu wood County recreation ecbeduae for May at Uwonagh June 1. outcome of the game. "They hit balls real hard, but right at us," he said. "I don't care how I get them out as long as I get them out." ut GB hit a two-run homer for San Francisco. Burkett (4-1) blanked the Cubs until Ryne Sandberg led off the eighth with his 10th homer. Burkett gave up five hits and was taken out after eight innings for Today Pet, GB Jirkiiaiiln (Ease) a 413 Orleans (Twuai 11 a jm la, Cafcunbue (Antral a a .471 7 Ckartsne (Cukai a 444 I Streak Home Any Lost 1 14-13 U-ll Loot 1 134 11 Loot 1 134 lfrl Woa 1 U4 1SU Laat I tu 11-14 Loot til 11 14 Laat 3 111 111 Pet a a si jo a a sii a a a 3 3.7 447 a a oa 17 17 West Dtvauun 3-1 1 1-44 4 4 4-7 tS 1-7 SAN DIEGO raoA Datraat New Yet Brva a Jt 1 (RoyaJal akraH aaraW UcrKK 1111 Dyastracf tilt AJomarab Sftt HerrBj TGwyus rf 4 111 VHayea rt 1111 JCarter cf 4 111 Jordan lb 4 111 Santoaguc Silt KnatM 4 4 14 JeClart lb 4 14 1 CHiysa Jb Kit (Reda) Streak Home Away Won I 194 1 4-4 Oakland Huaunlat (Athttca) in 4 at 4a, at I Bn-aaawrham WSa) laasrvule iBajJytl Pet GB Lit 31 14 ta 7-3 a Mi 1 st-i 17 It 547 4t 1-7-1 a a 47i 14-1 a a ta it 1-44 a a 444 11 74 it a ox is 1-7 stpftm lb lilt Tuna lilt Won 3 Won 1 Loot I Woe I Won 3 Woa 1 14 101 147 lill 13-13 10,11 lt-13 13-11 13-11 1-13 10-11 1-13 Ckattanooga Graenerille Cy Tmplta at trap GHarmp anempnia luaoaYUW 3, 10 4 111 Daunone 4 1 1 1 lilt Ruffin 1 1 1 1 4 111 FYannn lilt till Vatear pk 1 1 1 1 Akarfldap ttll RJoastpn 1 1 1 1 Parrettp MM Rsadypn 111! 1 14 I Tauk nil lit BM ass a tional League East, lost for the fifth time in six games. Pirates 5, Dodgers 3 Barry Bonds had a two-run homer and three RBIs, and Sid Bream went 3-for-4 with a solo shot as Pittsburgh completed its first three-game sweep of Los Angeles at Three Rivers Stadium in 16 years with its fifth straight victory. Walt Terrell (2-4) ended his three-game losing streak by allowing three runs and five hits over 6 1-3 innings for the Pirates, who had 14 hits. Bill Landrum, the fourth Pittsburgh pitcher, worked the final inning for his seventh save, giving the Pirates their 13th victory in their last 15 home games. The Dodgers had won five in a row entering the series. Bream belted his third homer, a 433-foot drive, into the stadium's third-level private boxes. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division uianona HunUvUle 0 JactaotmUt Columbia 4 Birmingham it, Orlando Tsaneay'i Guanas GreaoviDe at Cautftaaooga Memorial at KaoxTiL'c Huotinlai at Chariotte Oahinabua at JackuosviUt Pet GB Lit Streak Home Away Saa Ptttaburgb a 17 430 4-4 Woa 3 mutdu. Jordan DP San Iw, 154 14-11 1014 14-14) 14-1 1111 14-11 1-11 US 13-u IIS II 12 34 a .345 8 .343 a a .48 11 8 .447 a 17 48 4 444 Lost 4 4 171 Woa 3 7t 44 Loot 3 IH 1-7 Lost 1 Vi 3-7 Lost I New York CUcaao St Louil Greenville at Chattanooga Meeanhit at Knorrilk HuatmUe at Charlotte Onkitubua at Jackaoamlle Bnwijnatiam at Orlando tophi 2. LOB San Diego I. Philadelphia 7. 2B Roberts, JeClark. HR-Jor dui (31, VHayea (I), JCarter (). SF Pagliarulo, VHayes IP It EH BB 80 SaaDirf. BenetW.5-4 1 14 7 1 11 I GHamiS.l tu I I 1 4 San Dingo South Atlantic Pet GB Lit Streak Home Away 11 78 1-74 Woo 1 134 174 a .311 4-4 Won 1 13-U 11-10 8 .511 54 Loot 3 13-11 11 13 .413 13(4 6-4 Won 1 11 14 1-13 8 .404 14 44 Won 3 6 IS 13-13 8 at 14 44 Lost 1 10-11 7 13 San Franciaco Ruffin L.M Freeman AkerfeJda Pirrett 11-3 1 I 4 1 1 1 1-3 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 11111 aossstas first game was a wta WP Ruffin Freeman AMERICAN LEAGUE Weaaeeoay'o Gaaaao Oakland Toronto 3 Chicago i. New York 1 By The Associated Press San Diego's Andy Benes isn't superstitious, his perfect record against Philadelphia and Los Angeles notwithstanding. "I just try to make pitches against batters, not uniforms," Benes said after raising his ca-reer record against Philadelphia to 4-0 with an 8-3 victory Wednesday night. The 22-year-old righthander is a combined 7-0 against the Phillies and the Dodgers. Against the rest of the National League, he's 4-7. Even though the opposition was the Phillies, Benes was surprised with his success Wednesday night. "I didn't feel I had my good stuff," he said. "It's a war every time you go out there to make good pitches." He made a few that weren't so good, including home run balls to Ricky Jordan and Von Hayes. That also is part of his pattern. "It's funny," Benes said. "When I give up home runs, it seems to be in twos. I've given up eight, two each in four games." Benes (5-4) credited his teammates, who had 13 hits against Bruce Ruffin (3-5) and three relievers, with making the victory easy. "The bats took over, especially scoring five runs after two out in the fourth," Benes said. "The last six or seven games we've been swinging the bats real well." Benes, who allowed seven hits and three walks in 6 1-3 innings, said his career record against Philadelphia had nothing to do with the Pet GB Fayetteriile (Tigra) 34 a Gaatonia (Rngra) 31 at S44 3Vt Spaatanbrg (Pbila) 30 34 564 4 (Rdal a a .434 10 AaneriUa (Aatroal 13 31 447 11 Cluuaaban (Yankt) a a .444 11, a pmch hitter. Burkett singled off rookie Shawn Boskie (1-2) to give the Giants a 1-0 lead in the second. Kevin Mitchell had an RBI single and Williams a two-run homer his ninth, into the left-field bleachers against a 21-mph wind in the third. Astros 2, Cardinals 1 Glenn Wilson extended his hitting streak to six games with an eighth-inning single that scored Ken Caminiti as resurgent Houston beat skidding St. Louis. The Astros won for the sixth time in nine games after ending a 2-14 skid and won their third con-secutive series. The Cardinals, last in the Na- 8TLOL18 HOUSTON akrbM akrbM Coleman If 4 13 0 Voiding cf 4 110 OSmith ta 4 0 0 0 Doran 2b 3 0 11 McGee cf 4 0 10 Biajpo 3 0 11 Guerrar lb 4 0 11 GDavu lb 4 0 0 0 Dayley 0 0 0 0 Canunit 3b 3 110 Pndltn 3b 4 0 11 GWilaoo rf 3 111 Zeilec 4 0 0 1 Trevinnc 1014 MThmprf 4 0 0 1 Oberkfl pb 0 0 0 0 Oqueod lb 1001 Candael ttll Magranep 1010 Ramirta 1001 Nednfur 0 0 0 Scott 3 0 0 0 Walling lb 0 0 0 1 Agoato 0 0 0 0 Antony pb 01 1 DaSmitbp 00 0 1 Tetab 33 1 1 1 Tatala 3t 3 1 1 StUala 140 IN nt 1 Houiloa 140 ON III I GWilaon reached on catcher'l interference in the 2nd. E-Mngrane, Zeile. DP StLouia 1. LOB StLouia 7, Houston 10. IB Guerrero, Trevino, Caminiti. SB Coleman (23), Biggio (), Yelding (17), Doran (S), McGee (). IP ER BB SO Umpires Home, OeMuth; First, HaWon; Second, Harvey; Third, Crawford. T-l St. i Oty 4, Detroit 3 1 11, Baltimore 3 PITTSBURGH akrbM (Metal a 17 LOS ANGELS akrhti LHarria 3b 110 0 at S04 Bckmn 3b 7 14 RECREATION SOFTBALL Garla Sana! Fry Fntid -1 George Bailoutasf vs. Sertonu Garla Miles At Ware Shoaia Dixie Youth I -Sertoma va Ware Shoali DiilanM: at Ninety Su Field A Ninety Sta Coca Cola vs. Monaanto Maa'a Oues Field I Nasty Boya va. Wayne i Horsemen; I Strictly For mal va Godfreys at Coksaoury 7 Sports Break vs. Shockera, I Simply Ceilings va. Titans; Roctata va. Viikenburg Cutters Weasea'l Ckarefe Field Loweil Street n. WesUide, I HarravRiea va. Wood-lawn Men's CanuTCh At Field 7 South Mam I va St. Mark II; Field 7 Mt Zion va First Presbyterian; Harris vs. First Baptist, Hodges Presbyterian vs. 1st Mt. Moriah; Field 7 Laurel vs. Durst Avenue Church of God; I LuDO-Galloway va. Church at Greenwood, 9 Main Street Methodist va. 2nd Mt. Moriah YOUTH BASEBALL T-Leagau) Field 6 Tigers vs. Giants; 7 Ninety Six Expos va. Mete; at Ninety Six Field I Ninety Six Pirates vs. Orioles Dixie Manors Field Tigers vs. Ware Shoaia Padrea; 7:30 Greenwood Monaanto va. Red Sox; at Ware Shoaia Dixie Youth 7 30 George Ballon tine vs. Ware Shoaia Mets; at Ninety Six Field I Dodgera va. Ninety Six Indiana Dixie Yeajth Fiesd A Sheriff 'a lpartment va. Goodyear; 7:30 Greenwood Saw va. County Bank; at Ninety Six Field 7:30 Ninety Six Piggly Wiggry va. Ninety Six Monsanto Area results Wednesday Yoejtk baseball Dixie Miasm Dodgert 7, O'Dell Mop I Dude Yowth Greenwood Monsanto 7, Ware Shoaia Lion! Club 0 Moore Business Forma United Bank i Dixie Bays Sertoma 4, Camera America 3 Monaanto 10, McDonalds I Ninety Six Astros 13, Black Manage ment 3 Reereatnm aaflkal Gtrh Ml Ninety Six Coca-Cola It, Ninety Six Monsanto 13 Gtria 1111 George Ballentine 12, Ninety Six Camera America 3 Mea'i Industrial Service Merchandise IS, Roberta Co. 4 Velux 12, Southern Brick 10 Fuji 20, FL Aerospace it Duke Power Greenwood Mills 2 Greenwood Plating 5, CPW 4 Cincinnati Milicron 11, Highway Dept. 4 Myrtle Beach (Jya) a a Augusta (Pirates) a a SumUr (Braves! a 17 Savannah (Cardnai) a 11 CbarHsta3C (Part) It 41 0 0 0 1 JBeila 0 0 0 1 VaaSlyket 10 01 Bonillarf Giants 4, Cubs 1 Rookie John Burkett pitched seven scoreless innings and had his first major league hit and RBI, and Matt Williams 904 434 14 .173 a Bondjlf Bream lb SlaugMc 4 110 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 4111 4 111 4 13 1 4 I 1 4 111 It 1 I 144 III 111! 1100 MHtcbrph JHowetlp Dmpiy pb CGwynacf Shrpran lb Daniel! If Murray lb Brookarf Sctoaclac Samuel ab Griffin RMrtimp Shelby pb SAN FRAN CHICAGO akrkM akrkW Terrell Ripper Power Kiagpk Landnn Butler cf ttlt Daacensef Weesseday'f Gaases Gaatonia AaheviUe Savannah Augusta 1 Myrtle Beach 4, Charieaton, SC 1 Fayetteviile 10, Grwanaooro 1 Spartanburg QiariesUw, WV 5, 1st game Charleaton, WV 4, Spartanburg 1, Ind game Sumter Columbia I Thai aday'i Gaaaoa Gaatonia at AaheviUe Savannah at Augusta Myrtle Beach at Charleston, SC Fayetteviile at Greansboro Oiarieaton, SC at Sparlanhurg RThmp ab lilt Sndbr( as WClarklb 4 0 0 0 Grace lb Mitchell If 4 111 Dawson rf MWlmi 3b 4 111 DwSatb If Leach rf lilt Ramos Jb 4 111 1111 4 0 10 4010 4 0 0 0 1110 4 0 10 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Weaseoday'a GaasH Saa Franciaco 4. Chicago 1 Pittsburgh 5. Los Angelee 3 Montreal Atlanta I Saa Diego Pbilaolphia 3 Houston 1. St. Louis 1 Only ft men tcheitiikrl Tharsalay'e Games Atlanta (P.Smith 4-3) at San Diego (Raamintaen 4-2), 10 05 p.m. Houston (Deahaiea 2-2) at San Franciaco (Garrelta 1-5), 10:06 p.m. Cincinnati (Armstrong HI at Lot Angelea (Morgan t-3), 10 35 p.m. Only games acneduled Friday's GaaaM New York (Viola 71) at Philadelphia (Combe 14), p.m. Montreal (K Gross t-3) at Pittaburgh (Drabek 7-1), 7 8 p.m. Chicago IG Haddui 4-4) at St. Lotus AtlanU (Smolti 14) at San Diego (Dunne 0-1), 10 8 p.m. Cincinnati (D Jackaon 0-1) at Lot Angelea (Wetteland 14), 10:8 p.m. Houston (Portugal 14) at Saa Franciaco (Wtlesn 04), 108 pm. Satarsay'! Gaaaas Houston at San Franciaco, 3 8 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7 06 p.m. Montreal at Pittaburgh, 7 05 m. Chicago at St. Louie, I 06 p.m Cincinnati at Loa Angelea. 10 06 p.m. Atlanta at San Diego. 10 06 p.m. Sesntay's Game New York at Philadelphia, 1:8 p.m. Montreal at Pittaburgh. I a. Chicago at St. Lotus, 1: 15 p.m. Houston at San Franciaco, 1:8 p.m. Cinckmati at Loa Angelea, 4:8 p.m. Atlanta at San Diego, 4:8 p.m. MMaddtp OOlt Javier cf 1 1 1 1 Tatala a 1 1 1 Tetabl Kingeryrf lilt IXjcstoo a 1 14 1 3M 1041 Texas 4, Boatoa 3, 10 iaaungi Seattle 1. Milwaukee 1 Cleveland 4, California 1 Thareeay'a Gaasas Mlnmeon IGuthrk 141 at Chicago (Kutxler 34). ret p.m. Oakland (Welch t-3) at Kansas Oty (Gordon 14), I p.m. Only gamaa acneduled Friday'! antra Baltimore (Ballard 14) at New York (LaPoint Ml. 7 SO p.m. Boatoa (Boddlcker 04) at Cleveland (Swindell 3-4), 7:34 p.m. Milwaukee (Wegman Ml at Toronto (Stottlemyre 44), 7:8 p.m. Minnesota (Tapani 4-1) at Chicago (M.Peres 4-4), I OS Oakland (Sndersoo S-l) at Kanaas City (Appier 14). 136 pm. California (Blylevea M) at Texas (B.Wtttl4),l:ap.m. Detroit (Morria 2-7) at Seattle (Bits-head 4-1), 10 36 m. Seasraay'e Gaaaoa MUwaukee at Toronto, i a m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:03 p.m. Boston at Cleveland, 7:06 p.m. Baltimore at New York, 7 30 p.m. Oakland at Kansas City, I 06 m. California at Texan, I p.m. Detroit at Seattle. 10 66 p.m. Stanlay'! Gaaaet Baltimore at New York, I p.m. Boston at Cleveland, 1:36 p.m. MUwaukee at Toronto, 1 p.m. Oakland at Kansas City. 3:33 p.m. Detroit at Seattle. 4 36 p.m. Mlissiaota at Chicago, 3 06 p.m. California at Texan 0:05 Kennedy ttlt Girardi Uribe 4 10 1 Boatie Burkes 3 0 11 MiWUma 0 0 0 0 Litton pb 1 0 1 1 DClart pb I 0 0 0 Bedron till Total! 4 I 4 Tetalt 311 1 1 San Frnactaea. 411 444-4 Fvsiay'e Gaases Spaftanbnrg at Aabevllle Augusta at Columbia Fayetteviile at Gaatonia Cbarleatoa, SC at Savannah Myrtle leach at Sumter Ckk-aio att tat nt-i Uribe. DP San Francisco 1. Chi VanSlyke reached on catcher'! inter-ference in On 1st. E-Samuel, Scioacia 1. VanSlyke 1. DP-Lot Angelea 1, Pittaburgh 1. LOB- Lot Angelea Pittaburgh 10. 2B Bream, Danieli, Backman, Scioacia. 3B Bonilla HR Bond! (10), Bream (3). SB Und (1), Griffin (3), Javier (S), Bonda (14). SF-MHatcber. IF ER BB SO Lao Aagetao RMrtinei L.3-3 4 I I 1 I 4 MMaddui 1 1 0 0 0 1 JHowell 1 4 0 0 1 1 Plttibargk MagTane L.14 7 1-311141 Nednfuer 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 Dayley 13 0 0 0 0 1 BASKETBALL cago 1. LOB San Franciaco Chicago I. 2B RoThompion, Leach. HR MaWUliama (I), Sandberg (10). IP ER BB SO Baa Frandeee Burkett W.4-1 I 1113 1 1 1 0 I 1 Catenas BopkieLl-l I 14 4 11 MiWlimi 1 Umpire Home, West; Pint, Hohn, Second, Manh; Third. Wendelitedt. A 7 1113 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Scott 7 1 OaSmith 1 Terrell W.l-4 Kipper 014 3 I 1 14 I I 1 14 1 1 10 0 BK-Scott. Umpires Home, Montague; Pint, Ra-puano; Second, Willlanu; Third, Dividaon T-3 37. Landrum WP-RMartinea. NBA playoffs AH Tunas EOT CONFERENCE FINALS (Beai-af-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Ckoeaasvs. Detroit Sanity. May a Friday. an Detroit at Chicago, I p.m. May. Jane Chicago at Detroit, 1 p.m., If necessary Portland Friday. May 8 Phoenix IS, Portland Saaalay. May 17 Phoenix ill, Portland 107 'Tuesday, May a Portland 18, Phoenii 114. leaos series 3-1 Thursday. Mny 31 Portland at Phoenix, I p.m. Saturday. June 2 Phoenix at Portland, 3:8 p.m. ary WESTERN CONFERENCE Detroit SS, Chicago 77 Taeeday, May a Detroit Its, Chicago Satarsay. May Chicago 107. Detroit 101 Maaday. May a Chicago lOt, Detroit 101 Wednesday. May a Detroit 17, Chicago Detroit leads siea 1-1 capsugel 14, Kaiaer Aluminum 3 PMP IS. Adobe 1 Weatirignouae 10, Schlumberfer 5 Weeaea'a luctuntrlnl Self Memorial 23, Park Seed 11 FL Aerospace it, Moore Business Forms 4 PMP 22, Capaugel is Mea'a Open Waynes 13, Ceilings Nesntny. May 11 Portland 100, Phoenix Holyfield to meet McDonagh Friday Literature takes a beating in pre-fight news conference Weonanday. Mny Portland 18, Phoenii 107 Chattanooga clobbers G-Braves Weems. Colvard's two-run homer, his fourth home run of the season, made it 11-1. Rosario capped Lookout scoring in the seventh on a sacrifice fly-David Plumb's RBI singles drove in both Greenville runs, in the third and seventh innings. Benavides had three doubles, drove in two runs and scored three runs. FINE TUNE ill LUBE 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGES COMPUTERIZED ENGINE TUNE-UPS FUEL INJECTION SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE ina urtfS tu'n-ng of d'ums 'Ofors I 229-69051 HWY. 72 BY-PASS I E. DURST AVE. GREENWOOD, S.C. CHATTANOOGA, Term. (AP) Benny Colvard knocked a two-run homer in the sixth inning to help Chattanooga glide by Greenville 12-2 Wednesday in Southern League action. The Lookouts scored in the first inning on a sacrifice fly, and Jeff Branson brought in two runs in the second with a home run, his second of the season. Scott Sellner launched Chattanooga's four-run third inning with an RBI single, and Freddie Benavides followed with an RBI double. Melvin Rosario doubled in another run to make it 7-1. Rosario hit a home run, his second of the season, in the four-run sixth inning before Alan Hayden scored on a wild pitch by Danny His purse is $1.1 million. "When Seamus gets knocked out, he will be eligible to be an opponent for Mike Tyson and George Foreman," Duva said, taking a dig at the two former champions, who will compete on the same card June 16 at Las Vegas. Tyson will fight Henry Tillman, while Foreman will meet Adilson Rodrigues. Holyfield knocked out Tillman in in the seventh round in defense of the WBA cniiserweight title Feb. 14, 1987. He gave Rodrigues the first loss of his career, knocking out the Brazilian in the second round of their heavyweight match last July 15. fccirJAI PCnilPTlPf Oi V1 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -Literature met the fight mob. Literature never had a chance. The battering took place Wednesday at a pre-fight news conference at Trump Plaza for Friday night's scheduled 10-round heavyweight fight between top-ranked Evander Holyfield and Seamus McDonagh, an English literature major at St. John's University. Co-promoter Dan Duva scored the first knockdown by saying Nick Baffi, McDonagh's trainer, would read a work by "the great Irish poet Dylan Thomas." Thomas was Welsh. Lou Duva, Dan's son and an advisor to Holyfield, then bloodied Shakespeare with a recitation that ended with the words "signifying The 27-year-old McDonagh, who still needs, nine credits to get a degree, is'expected to get a hard lesson from the unbeaten Holyfield in the match at the West Hall of the Convention Center. The bout will begin about 10:15 E.m. EDT and will be televised ve by Showtime. McDonagh, a native of Ireland, who lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., has a 19-1-1 record, with 14 knockouts, and is ranked 10th by the World Boxing Association. He, however, is lacking in big-fight experience. "It is a big step up in class, but I like that," McDonagh said. "I like to be the underdog. "I'm not fighting somebody that is impossible to beat. Everybody gets beaten and I think that day will be Friday for Evander Holyfield." "I will be the next heavyweight champion," said Holyfield, also 27, who has a 23-0 record, with 19 knockouts, and is ranked No. 1 by the WBA, International Boxing Federation and the World Boxing Council. Hardly anybody thinks Holyfield will lose, but a lot of people are wondering why he wants to risk a possible September title shot against James "Buster" Douglas, who shocked the boxing world with a 10th-round knockout of Mike Tyson Feb. 11 at Tokyo. "Evander Holyfield is a professional fighter and Friday night is going to do what he does best that is fight," Dan Duva said. "He's no sitting around and waiting for a payday." Holyfield is not exactly fighting for pocket money Friday night. VI II1HL IILUUUV'a' WJ I -f J4 rVir i JVC-MTX JVC CAR AUDIO I I uti asasmuiaauiiiasl 5 nnnunuuuuuuuuuuuuBnuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu Stock 885 Beaufort youth dies after being hit by ball Car Players As Low As $1000 $1Q00 JLxJ Jr or 1U mo. also throwing the ball around during the practice. He did not identify the batter. MTX CAR SPEAKER i I i rrr untinD.nv I issu tfiMufui nnnuovu BEAUFORT (AP) A 16-year-old boy who was playing shortstop during a youth team practice died after being hit in the chest with a baseball, officials said. Bruce Edgerley collapsed Wednesday after being hit with a line drive, said Beaufort County Coroner Curt Copeland. Emergency medical service personnel were on the scene within two minutes and attempted to revive the boy, but he was pronounced dead on arrival at Beaufort orial Hospital. 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