Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1993 · Page 7
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1993 — A-7 SCOREBOARD Baseball Bv The Aw ,— — 1— t^ft I iwmvQ i >r*ee ' AH Time* POT AMERICAN LEAGUE Toronto Detroit New YofX Baltimore Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Chicago C««omla Kam*t City Seattle Texn Minnesota Oakland EMt Weet DMeton W 45 43 42 40 35 32 31 Dlvlelon W 38 37 37 36 32 30 29 L 30 30 33 33 39 42 41 L 33 35 35 38 39 40 40 Pet .600 .589 .560 .548 .479 .432 .431 Pet .535 .514 .514 .486 .451 .429 .420 OB _ 1 3 4 9 12H 12H OB IH ivt 3% 6 7H 8 Siturday'e Qamee Boston 13, Detroit 4 Cleveland 7, Kanm City 4 Baltimore 12, New York 10 Toronto 3, Milwaukee 2 California 4, Minnesota o Chicago 7, Seattle 4 Texas 10, Oakland 7 Sundiy't Detroit (Gunickion 4-3) at Boston (Dopson 5-5), 10:05 a.m. New York (Perez 4-6) at Baltimore (Williamson 3-1), 10:35 am. Toronto (Morris 4-7) at Milwaukee (Wegman 4-12), 11:05 am California (Sanderson 7-7) at Minnesota (Deshales B-5), 11O5 a.m. Seattle (DeLuda 2-4) at Chicago (Fernandez 7-4), 1235 p.m. Oakland (Witt 7-4) at Texas (Brown 5-6), 5:05 p.m. Kansas City (Cone 5-7) at Cleveland (CI.Young 2-2), SOS p.m. Phllad*4>hla St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago Florida New York San Frandsoo Atlanta Houston Lot Angeles Cincinnati San Diego Colorado Saturday's Games St. Louis 4. New York 2 Colorado 5, San Francisco 1 Montreal 4, Florida 2 Pittsburgh 4, Phlladefchla 2 Atlanta 6, Houston 5 San Diego 2. Cincinnati 0 Sunday's Games Houston (Kile 7-1) at Atlanta (Maddux 7-5). 10:10a.m. Philadelphia (Mulholland S-5) at Pittsburgh (Z.Smlth 0-2), 1035 a.m. St. Louis (Magrane 6-6) at New York (Young 0-9), 10:40 am. Chicago (Bautlsta2-1) at Los Angeles (Ke.Gross 5-6), 1:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Smiley 3-9) at San Diego (Benes 8-6), 1 «5 p.m. Colorado (Rutlln 3-3) at San Francisco (Swift 9-4), 1:05 p.m. Montreal (Barnes 2-2) at Florida (Aquino 4-5), 3:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W 51 42 39 35 34 33 21 West Division W 50 42 37 36 35 29 26 L 22 30 34 37 36 40 51 L 25 33 36 35 40 45 47 Pel .689 .583 .634 .486 .486 .452 .292 Pet .667 .560 .514 .507 .467 .392 .356 GB _ 8H 12 15V4 15Vi 18 29H GB — 8 11K 12 16 XV, 23 Leaders By The Associated Free* AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING-Olerud. Toronto. 404; Molltor, Toronto, .331; Hamilton, Milwaukee, .325; O'Neill, New York, .324; Lofton, Cleveland. .323; Griffey Jr, Seattle. .322; Harper, Minnesota. .321. RUNS—White, Toronto, 61; MolHor, Toronto, 60; RAtomar, Toronto, 55; Lofton, Cleveland, 52; Oterud, Toronto, 62; Fielder. DetroH. 52; GVaughn. Milwaukee, RBl-FleUer. Detroit. 63; Belle. Cleveland. 61 :Tenls- ton, Detroit. 60: C«tsf. Toronto. 68; Baergs, Cleveland, 58; Olerud, Toronto, 58; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 57. HITS—Olerud. Toronto, 101; Molltor. Toronto, 97; McRae, Kansas City, 89; Griffey Jr. Seattle, 87; Lofton, Cleveland, 86; Baerga. Cleveland, 85; RAtomar, Toronto, 85. DOUBLES—Olerud, Toronto, 29; White, Toronto, 23; Anderson, Baltimore. 20; Carter, Toronto, 20; MVaughn, Boston, 19; Thomas. Chicago, 19; Palmer. Texas, 19; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 19. TRIPLES—Hulse, Texas, 7;Cuyler, Detroit, 7; Lofton, Cleveland. 6; (Johnson, Chicago. 6; McRae. Kansas City. 5; Baerga, Cleveland. 5; 7 a/e tied wtlh 4. HOME RUNS—Bete, Cleveland, 20; Gonzalez. Texas, 19; Griffey Jr.Sealtle. 19; Fielder, Detroit, 19;Tettte- ton. Detroit. 18;GVaughn, Milwaukee. 17; Palmer, Texas, 16; Carter, Toronto, 16. STOLEN BASES—Curtis, California. 33; Lotion, Cleveland, 31; RHenderson, Oakland, 25; RAIomar, Toronto, 23; Uohnson, Chicago. 20; Polonla, California. 20; White, Toronto, 16. PITCHING (8 Decisions)—Wickman, New York, 8-0. 1.000, 3.76; Hentgen, Toronto, 10-2, .833,3.18; Wets, Detroit, 9-2, .818,2.93; Key, New York, 9-2, .818,2.30; Langston, California. 9-2, .818, 2.50; SutdHfe. Ball- more, 8-2, .800,4.45; Doherty. Detroit, 7-2, .778,2.74. STfllKEOUTS-RJohnson. Seattle, 147; Langston, CaitofiHa, 102; Clemens. Boston. 98; Hanson, Seattle. 91; Appier, Kansas City. 89; Perez. NewYork. 89;Guz- ITW) Tofoflto 85 SAVES-Montgomery, Kansas City. 22; Olson, Baltimore, 20; AguBera. Minnesota, 20; DWard, Toronto. 19; Fan-.NewYork, 18;Russe», Boston. 16;Eckersley,Oakland. 15. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Galarraga, Colorado, .418; Bonds, San Francisco, .359; Kruk, Philadelphia, .352; Merced. Pittsburgh, .351; Vizcaino, Chicago. .333; Plaiza. Los Angeles, .332; McGee, San Francisco, .331. RUNS—Oykstra, Philadelphia. 66; Bonds, San Francisco, 57; Kruk. Philadelphia, 55; Daulton, Phllade^hla, 52; MaWHUams, San Francisco, 51; Blgglo. Houston, 49; JaBell, Pittsburgh, 49. RBI—MaWllliams, San Francisco, 63; Bonds, San Francisco, 59; Daulton, Philadelphia. 59; Galarraga, Colorado, 55; Grace, Chicago. 52; Piazza. Los Angeles, 51; Incavlglla. Philadelphia. 49. HITS—Kelly, Cincinnati, 96; Galarraga, Colorado, 92; Bonds, San Francisco, 90;Butler. Los Angeles, 90;Bag- wen, Houston, 88; Grace, Chicago, 88; JaBell, Pittsburgh, 88; LarVIn, Cincinnati, 88. DOUBLES—Grace, Chicago, 23; Bichette, Colorado, 22; Dytutra, Philadelphia, 21; Cordero, Montreal, 20; Glfcey, St. Louis, 19; Hayes, Colorado, 19; Blgglo, Houston. 19; Camlnltl, Houston, 19; Bonds, San Francisco, 19. TRIPLES—Castllla. Colorado, 6; Morandlnl, Philadelphia. 6; DLewte, San Francisco, 6; Coteman, New York, 6; EYoung, Colorado, 5; Martin, Pittsburgh, 5; 6 are tied wkh4. HOME RUNS—MaWllllams, San Francisco, 21; Bonds, San Francisco. 21; Bonllla, Now Voile, 18;Gant. Atlanta, 16; McGrffl, San Diego, 16; Piazza. Los Angeles, 15; Daulton, Philadelphia, 15. STOLEN BASES—Coleman. New York, 31; Carr, Florida, 28; DLewls, San Francisco, 27; Roberts, Cincinnati, 23; EDavte, Los Angeles, 22; EYoung, Colorado, 21; ACole, Colorado, 21; Dykslra, Philadelphia, 21. PITCHING (8 Decisions)—TGreene, Philadelphia, 9-1, .900,2.96; Kile, Houston, 7-1, .875,2.63; Black, San Francisco. 7-1, .875,3.46; Burkett, San Francisco, 11 -2, .846,3.25; Avery, Atlanta, 9-2, .81 ft 2.79; Schilling, Phl- ladefchla, 8-2, .800. 3.46; Glavlne, Atlanta, 9-3, .750, 2.88; Arocha, SI. Louis, 6-2, .750, 3.07; Hill, Montreal, 6-2, .750, 2.62; Rlto, Cincinnati, 6-2. .750, 3.40. STRIKEOUTS—Smoltz, Atlanta, 95; Rl|o. Cincinnati, 93;GMaddux, Atlanta, 90; Harnlsch, Houston, 88; Benes, San Diego, 86; TGreene. Philadelphia, 83; Schilling, Phlladetohla, 76; Guzman, Chicago, 76. SAVES—LeSmllh, St. Louis, 26; MtWIfllams, Philadelphia, 23; Beck, San Francisco, 22; Han/ey, Florida, 22; Myers, Chicago, 22; Stanton, Atlanta, 20; Wetteland, Montreal, 15. Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL Amerlcsn League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Placed Brady Anderson, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Called up Jeffrey Hammonds, outfielder, from Rochester of the International League. BOSTON RED SOX—Activated Scon Fletcher, Inflal- der, from the 16-day disabled list MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Slgned Kelly Wunsch, pitcher. NEW YORK YANKEES—Activated Jim Abbott, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. Placed Mike WM, pitcher, on the 16-day disabled list, retroactive to June 1B. SEATTLE MARINERS—Activated Chris Bosk), pltch- er, tromthe 15-day disabled list. Optioned Jim Converse, pitcher, to Calgary ol the Pacific Coast League. TEXAS RANGERS—Placed Jose Canseco, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Dan Peltier, outfielder, from Oklahoma City of the American As sedation. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Optioned Mitch Lyden, catcher, to Edmonton of the Pad! Ic Coast League. Designated Junior Felix, outfielder, for assignment. NEW YORK METS—Signed Ethan McEntyre, SAN DIEGO PADRES—Called up Archl Clanfrocco, third baseman, from Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. Optioned Frank Sertinara, pitcher, to Las Vegas. BASKETBALL National Basketball Assoclstlon PHOENIX SUNS—Announced they will not exercise their option on Tom Chambers, lorward. FOOTBALL Nstlonsl Football League TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed Chartes Wilson, wide receiver. HOCKEY Nstlonsl Hockey League DALLAS STARS—Acquired Andy Moog, goatlender, from the Boston Bruins for Jon Casey, goaltender, completing the Gord Murphy trade. NEW YORK RANGERS—Acquired Glenn Healy, goaltender, from Tampa Bay Lightning, for a 1993 third- round, entry draft pick. ST. LOUIS BLUES—Signed Bob Berry, coach, to a contract through! the 1995-96 season. Named Ted Salor assistant coach and signed him at a two-year contract. VANCOUVER CANUCKS—Sent Doug Lidster, defenseman, to the New York Rangers to complete the John Vanbtesbrouck trade. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Acquired, Enrico Ciccone, delonseman, f romthe Dallas Staisto complete the Paul Cavallini trade. SHOP TOC- Continued from Page A-6 Westshore, leaving Healdsburg for dead, immediately turned its attention to Sunday's second meeting with Fort Bragg, which Thursday night at Willits had won the semi-final TOC opener with Westshore, 3-0. Westshore had reached the semifinals by winning its only two Lake County Area TOC games with Kelseyville. Adroit handling of pitching, having "enough good men" so no one has to throw more than 3-innings, is a key to TOC or upcoming District 35 All-Star play and beyond. If Lakeport's Lions can knock off unbeaten Fort Bragg at 1:00 p.m. today the two teams will come back to Laytonville for a 5:30 pjn. final game Monday, with the winner moving on to District 35 TOC Finals, starting Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at Mark West near Santa Rosa. Sharks- Continued from Page A-6 pick, selected defenseman Chris Pronger. He played for the Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey League this past season. With the Sharks second pick, 28th overall, the team chose right wing Shean Donovan from the Ottawa 67's of the OHL. In 66 games last season, Donovan had 29 goals and 23 assists. The Sharks traded center Dean Evason to the Dallas Stars for a sixth-round pick, 132nd overall, in Saturday's draft. Last season, Eva- son scored 16 goals and 19 assists in all 84 Sharks games. The Sharks also drafted: No. 45 overall, defenseman Vlastimil Kroupa from Chemopetrol Litvinov of the Czech Republic; No. 58 overall, left wing Ville Peltonen from IFK Helsinki of Finland; No. 80 overall, Alexander Osadchy of Central Red Army Moscow of Russia. Susan Blackwelder concentrates on her backhand at Deerwood Country Club before being eliminated by Rita Ronk In Women's A Singles 6-2, 7-5. Deerwood championship tourney wraps up today Young- After over a week of spirited play by a record 185 entrants the Annual Mendocino County Tennis Championships, sponsored by Century 21- Les Ryan Realty, wraps up its 29th edition today at the Deerwood Country Club. With only the final matches remaining the well matched and now well experienced field should provide some exciting tennis for local net fans. Saturday morning play featured a rash of upsets. There was the continued success of Potter Valley's Justin Snyder, who dumped the No. 1 seed in Men's B Singles, Richard Diaz, uncerimoniously 7-5, 6-2. The unseeded Snyder used his speed to great advantage and finally wore down the highly respected Diaz. In Women's' A Singles, both top seeds were knocked out. First, UKIAH FORD LINCOLN-MERCURY MOTOR MEMOS by Bob Krause GEAR RATIOS Gear ratios are engineered for each model of vehicle to obtain maximum performance and efficiency. They are dependent upon such factors as engine size, vehicle weight and load capabilities. By comparing gear ratios, one can readily see which transmission gear transmits the most power to the wheels at the same engine R.P.M.. A 5-speed transmission's low or first gear with a ratio of 3.61 to 1, means that for 3.61 revolutions of the input shaft, the output of the transmission will rotate once. This provides more power to the wheels when compared with a 4- speed transmission's low gear ratio of 2.33 to 1. When the transmission of a 5-speed is shifted into fourth gear, the gear ratio is usually 1 to 1, or direct drive. Gear ratio is determined by dividing the number of teeth on the smaller gear into the number of teeth on the larger gear. When your car or truck needs some service work, you want to make certain it's fixed right the first time, and that the repair will last. That's why Ukiah Ford Lincoln-Mercury uses only genuine Ford and Motorcraft Parts. These parts are engineered to meet your vehicle's specifications, and, they're built to meet Ford's tough quality standards. Built to last. Remember.use only Ford and Motorcraft parts in your Ford vehicle to keep it running like a Swiss watch. Ukiah Ford Lincoln- Mercury keeps a full array of Ford parts on hand to meet your vehicle's needs. QUALITY CARE Whtn th* quality UKIAH FORD LINCOLN-MERCURY strives to exceed our customer's expectations, Our Service Department is open Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. We are located at 1170 S. State St. in Ukiah. Phone 468-0091. DIAMOND JIMS Sporting Goods, Liquors & Caesar's Deli 1294 N. State St., Ukiah • 462-9741 USED CHINESE SKS TYPE 56 RIFLES Complete with Basonet Sling & Oiler BAREFOOT WINES 991 ,,60% OFF RODS & REELS IN STOCK BUDWEISER & MILLER HIGH LIFE BEER 12 Pack $B99 5 +CRV 4th Annual BIG BUCK CONTEST Sign Up 1 Now! BEST BUY EVERYDAY PRICE BEST BUY CIGARETTES $119 J PACK Pomolita P.E. teacher Debbie Belfanti upset the No. 2 seed Heather Penny surprisingly 6-1, 6-2. Then, in the upset of the day, Rita Ronk will be returning to the finals after a two-year drought after ending the four-year championship streat of Fort Bragg's Lynn Booth, 6-3, 6-4. Sunday scheduled play begins at 8 a.m. with three matches: Men's Master Singles, Colin Miller (1) v. Ed Kowalski (2); Women's C Singles, Morgan Damon v. Denise Randolph or Shari Scnramer (2); Men's C Singles, Chaya Mandle- baun (1) v. lessee May (3). At 9:30 a.m. the next set of matches are scheduled to begin: Women's A Singles, Debbie Belfanti v. Rita Ronk; Women's B Singles, Marcia Teuschler (1) v. Delia Johnson; Men's Master Doubles, Cox/Miller (2) v. Hassett/Bell (1). Continued from Po,ge A-6 rooting for you." Players and baseball executives say Young isn' t pitching that badly, he's just in the wrong place (the Mets) at the wrong time (they were 21-50 before Saturday's game). "He's the best 0-19 pitcher I've ever seen," Chicago Cubs catcher Rick Wilkins said after Young pitched six shutout innings in a no- decision at Wrigley Field June 1. Young has a 4.08 ERA, allowing 57 hits in 53 innings with 31 strikeouts and 26 walks. His hits-to- innings ratio (1.075) is better than that of Bob Wickman of the New York Yankees (1.076), who is 8-0. Young's strikeouts-to-walks ratio also tops Wickman's (34-41). Young also has 15 saves during the streak, including 11 in 11 chances during one stretch. "What is expected? A no-hitter every time out?" said Dr. Thomas Tutko, a sports psychologist at San Jose State. "You can't do that." 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