Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 28, 1993 · Page 7
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Ukiah, California
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- WffiST BfOWn Sinks A'S MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1993 — 7 By GLENN ERICKSON Journal Sports Editor Emwftua The Fort Bragg Jack Smith Dodge Dodgers will represent the Northwest, North Coast and Inland Coast areas of the far-flung District 35 Little League in the Tournament of Champions Finals, which starts Tuesday on the Mark West diamond near Santa Rosa. The Dodgers wrapped up the District 35 T.O.C. semifinals at Laytonville Sunday in undefeated fashion by downing Lakeport's Westshore T.O.C. entry, 5-3. Westshore, blanked earlier in the week by Fort Bragg, 3-0, had come back to defeat Healdsburg Satur- 'day, 26-6, after Healdsburg, the Ukiah Northwest T.O.C. champion, had downed Laytonville Friday, 15-4. Fort Bragg will be one of three T.O.C. unbeatens still alive as the District T.O.C. Finals begin SCOREBOARD Baseball By The Aeeoclated Preta All Tirnee POT AMERICAN LEAGUE EMI Division W L Pet GB Toronto 46 30 .605 — Detroll 43 31 .561 2 Now York 43 33 .568 3 Baltimore 40 34 .541 5 Boston 36 38 .456 B Cleveland 33 42 .440 12Vt Milwaukee 31 42 .425 13/i Weal Division W L Pet GB Chicago 39 33 .542 — California 37 36 .507 2Vt Kansas City 37 36 .507 2Vt Seattle 36 39 .480 4Vt Texas 33 39 .458 B Minnesota 31 40 .437 TA Oakland 29 41 .414 9 Saturday'* Qamee Boston 13, Detroit 4 Cleveland 7, Kansas City 4 Baltimore 12, New York 10 Toronto 3, Milwaukee 2 CalKornla 4, Minnesota 0 Chicago 7, Seattle 4 Texas 10, Oakland 7 Sunday'e Gim»« Boston 6, Detroit 2 New York 9. Baltimore 5 Toronto 5, Milwaukee 4 Minnesota 2, California 0 Chicago 6, Seattle 4 Texas 4, Oakland 0 Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2 Mondiy't Garnet Chicago (Bere3-1)at Cleveland (Mesa 6-5),4ffl5p.m. Detroit (Moore 6-4) at New York (Key 9-2), 430 p.m. Toronto (Stotttemyre 4-5) at Baltimore (Sutdltfe 8-2), 435 p.m. Milwaukee (Bones 4-5) at Boston (Quantrlll 3:5), 435 p.m.' Seattle (Fleming 2-1) at Minnesota (Tapani 3-8), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Haney 3-1) at Texas (Rogers 6-5), 535 p.m. Only games scheduled Tueeday'c Gamea Chicago (Undecided) at Cleveland (Clark 2-3), 4:05 p.m. Detroit (M.Letter 6-4) at New York (Kamlenleckl 2-1). 430 p.m. Toronto (Herrtgen 10-2) at Baltimore (McDonald 4-6), 435 p.m. Milwaukee (Navarro 5-4) at Boston (Sele 1-0), 435 p.m. Seattle (Lean/6-3) at Minnesota (Guardado Or?), 5:05 p.m. Kansas City (Appier 9-4) at Texas (Pavllk 3-4), 5:35 p.m. California (Langston 9-2) at Oakland (Darling 1-4), 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago Florida New York San Francisco Atlanta Houston Los Angeles Cincinnati San Diego Colorado NATIONAL LEAGUE EM! Division W 23 30 35 37 38 40 52 L 25 34 35 35 40 46 48 Pet. GB .589 .527 .493 .472 .459 .288 Pet. .671 .553 .521 .521 .474 .387 .351 TA 12 U'A 16 17 2914 OB 9 11'/i 11V4 15 21 'A 24 51 43 39 36 34 34 21 West Division W 51 42 38 38 36 29 26 Saturday'* Game* St. Louis 4, New York 2 Colorado 5, San Frandsco 1 Montreal 4, Florida 2 Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 6, Houston 5 San Diego 2, Cincinnati 0 LOB Angeles 5, Chicago 4 Sunday's Gsmn Houston 3, Atlanta 0 Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3, 10 Innings St. Louis 5, Nei- York 3 Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 Cincinnati 7, San Diego 1, 11 Innings San Francisco 5, Colorado 0 Florida 9, Montreal 2 Monday'* Gams* Pittsburgh (Walk 9-5) at Montreal (De.Martlnez 6-5), 435 p.m. Philadelphia (D.Jackson 7-3) at St. Louli (Cormier 4-4), 535 p.m. Chicago (Wendell 0-2) at San Diego (Greg Harris 7-8), 7.O5 p.m. San Francisco (Black 7-1) at Los Angeles (Candtolti 3-6), 7:35 p.m. Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York (Tanana 4-7) at Florida (Bowen 4-8), 435 p.m. Pittsburgh (Wagner 3-3) at Montreal (Nabholz 3-5), 4:35 p.m. Houston (Orabek 6-7) at Cincinnati (Browning 4-3), 4:35 p.m. Colorado (RuHIn 3-3) at Atlanta (Smoltz 6-7), 4*0 p.m. . Philadelphia (Rivera 7-3) at St. Louis (Arocha 6-2), 5:35 p.m. Chicago (Morgan *-8) at San Diego (Tim Worrell 0-0), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Burkett 11 -2) at Lot Angeles (Herehls- er 6-6), 7:35 p.m. Leaders By The AMoctaled Prw* AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—Olwud, Toronto, .406; Gonzalez, Texa Tuesday. Tuesday's action will be two other unbeaten teams going at each other...Petaluma Valley and Rancho Cotati. Fort Bragg will play the winner of that game on Wednesday at Mark West, while Tuesday's loser will play also once-beaten host Mark West on an adjacent diamond Wednesday night. The T.O.C. Finals could end July 4 or July 5. Meanwhile, District 35 Little League All-Star teams are practicing for the start of All-Star double- elimination play Friday, July 9 or Saturday, July 10. The North and South Ukiah All- Stars will tangle at 10 a.m. on July 10 in Cloverdale. Fort Bragg's All-Stars, managed by former Ukiah pitching ace Melvin Cooper, will be in the Willits- hosted first round of All-Star play. ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Kevin Brown rediscovered his sinker and let the other guys experience the sinking feeling for a change. Brown induced 15 ground ball outs by Oakland on Sunday night and allowed only five hits in beating the Athletics 4-0. The victory was Brown's first since June 4 and snapped his three-game losing streak. "He stayed within himself," said Rangers pitching coach Claude Osteen, who helped Brown with his sinker between starts. "I didn't see him overthrow at all tonight. He was giving the ball a chance to do what it's going to do." The right-hander also kept his emotions in check, a necessary adjustment after outbursts of anger cost him his concentration in recent outings. "Maybe the adrenalin was in overdrive and maybe I was trying .328; MoMor, Toronto, .328; O'Neill, New York. .327; Hamilton, Milwaukee, .325; Lofton, Cleveland, .322; WhKaker, Detroit. .319. RUNS—White, Toronto, 63; Molltor, Toronto, 61; RAIomar, Toronto, 55; Lofton, Cleveland, 54; Fielder, Detroit, 53; Olerud, Toronto, 52; QVauohn, Milwaukee, 62. HBI-Flelder, Detroit, 64;Belle, Cleveland, eSjTettle- ton, Detroit, 62; Carter, Toronto, 62; Baerga, Cleveland, 60; Thomas, Chicago, 59; Olerud, Toronto, 59. HITS—Olerud. Toronto, 104; Molltor, Toronto, 98; McRae. Kansas City, 91; Lofton, Cleveland, 88; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 88; RAIomar, Toronto, 87; Baerga, Cleveland, SB; White, Toronto, 86. DOUBLES-Olerud, Toronto, 31; 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; LJohnson. Chicago, 6; McRae, Kansas City, 5; Baerga, Cleveland, 5; Cora, Chicago, 5. HOME RUNS—Belle, Cleveland, 20; Qrlfley Jr, Seattle, 20; Gonzalez, Texas, 19; Fielder, Detroll, 19; Tettleton, Detroit, 19; Carter, Toronto, 18; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 17. STOLEN BASES-Curtls, California, 33; Lofton, Cleveland, 33; RHenderson, Oakland, 25; RAIomar, Toronto, 23; LJohnson, Chicago, 20; Polonla, California, 20; White, Toronto, 17. PITCHING (B Dedslons)-Wlckrmn, New York, 8-1, .889,4.30; Guzman, Toronto, 7-1, .876,4.69; Hentgen, Toronto, 10-2, .833,3.18; Wells, Detroit, 9-2, .818, £93; Key, New York, 9-2, .818, 2.30; Langston, California. 9-2, .816, 2,60; Sutclfffe, Baltimore. 6-2, .800, 4X5. STRIKEOUTS—RJohnson, Seattle, 147; Langston, California, 102; Clemens, Boston. 98; Perez, NewVork, 96; Hanson, Seattle, 93; Guzman, Toronto, 90; Appier, Kansas City, 69; Cone, Kansas City, 89. SAVES—Montgomery, Kansas City, 22; Olson, Baltimore, 21; DWard.Tofomo, 21; Agultera, Minnesota, 21; Farr.NewYork, 18; Russell, Boston, 16; Eckersley, Oakland, 15. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Galarraga, Colorado, .414; Bonds, San Francisco, .357; Merced, Pittsburgh, .349; Kruk. Phi- ladefchla, .344; Piazza, Los Angeles, .331; Jefferles. SI. Louis, .331; RoThompson, San Francisco, .328; MoGee, San Francisco, .328. HUNS-Dykstra, Phlladefehla, 67; Bonds, San Fran- dsco, 58; Kruk, Philadelphia, 55; Daulton, Philadelphia, 52; MaWllllams. San Francisco, 51; JaBell, Pittsburgh. 51; BlgoJo, Houston, 49. RBI—MaWllllams, San Francisco, 64; Bonds, San Francisco, 60; Daulton, Philadelphia, 69; Galarraga, Colorado, 57; Piazza. Los Angeles, 52; Grace, Chicago, 52; Incavfgfla, Philadelphia, 51. HITS-Kelly, Cincinnati, 97; Galarraga. Colorado, 94; Bonds, San Frandsco, 91; Butter, Log Angeles, 91; Bagwell, Houston, 90; Jefferiee, St. Louis, 90; JaBell, Pittsburgh, 90. DOUBLES—Grace, Chicago. 23; Bichette, Colorado, 22; Dykstra, Philadelphia, 22; Cordero, Montreal, 20; 7 are tied with 19. • TRIPLES-CastHIa, Colorado, 6; Morandlnl, Philadelphia. 6; DLewfe, San Francisco, 6; Coleman, Naw York. 6; EYoung, Colorado, 5; Martin, Pittsburgh, 5; 8 are tied with 4. HOME RUNS—MaWllllams, San Frandsco, 21; Bonds, San Frandsco, 21; Bonllla, New York, 18; Gam, Atlanta, 16; McGrlff, San Diego, 16; Piazza, Los Angeles, 15; Justice, Atlanta, 15; Daulton, Philadelphia, STOLEN BASES-Coleman, New York, 33; DLewte. San Francisco, 28; Carr, Florida, 26; Roberts, Cincinnati, 23; Dykstra. Philadelphia 22; EDavIs, Los Angeles, 22; EYoung, Colorado, 21; ACole, Colorado. 21; Nixon, Atlanta, 21. PITCHING (B Decisions)—TGreene, Philadelphia, 9-1, .900,2.96; Kile. Houston. 8-1. .869.2.27: Black. San Francteco, 7-1, .675,3.46; Burkett, San Francisco. 11-2, .846, 3.25; Avery, Atlanta, 9-2, .818, 2.79; Glavlne, Atlanta, 9-3, .750, 2.91. Arocha, St. Louis, 6-2, .750, 3.07; Hill, Montreal. 6-2, .750, 2.62. STRIKEOUTS—Hl)o, Cincinnati. 100; Benes, San Diego, 96; Smoltz, Atlanta, 95; GMaddux, Atlanta, 92; Hamlsch, Houston, 88; TGreene, Phlladebhla. 83; Schilling, Phlladebhla, 78; KeQrocs, Los Angeles. 78. SAVES-LeSrnMi. St. Louis, 28; MtWIIIiams, Phi- ladelphia, 23; Beck, San Francisco, 22; Harvey, Florida, 22; Myers, Chicago, 22; Stanton, Atlanta, 20; Wetteland, Montreal, 16. Colt League Mason lie Hlldreth Farms Mendo Mill Savings Bank Uklah Uons Evden Enterprises W L 4 5 4 3 2 2 Women's Softball C-4 A.C. Wringers Ron's/MoCord A.V. Ladles Routers GaJ's Ruddlck Brothers House of Pizza W 5 5 3 2 2 1 1 Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Placed Sherman Obando, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Called up John O'Donoghue, pitcher, from Rochester of the International League. MINNESOTA TWINS-Reteased Randy Bush, outfielder. Recalled Derek Lee, outfielder, from Portland of the Padllc Coast League. NEW YORK YANKEES-Actlvated Mke Gallego, Inflelder, Iran the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Dave Sllvestrl, Inllelder, to Columbus of the International League. Released Neal Heaton, pitcher. Called up Paul Qlbson, pitcher, from Columbus. National League CINCINNATI REDS—Activated Steve Foster, pitcher, from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned M llton Hill, pitcher, to Indianapolis of the American Association. FLORIDA MARLINS—Traded Dave Magadan, third baseman, to the Seattle Mariners for Henry Cotto, outfielder, and Jeff Darwin, pitcher. Named Tony Perez director of international relations and special assistant to the general manager. • • SAN DIEGO PADRES—Announced that D.J. Dozler, outfielder, cleared waivers and was sent outright to Las 'Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Placed Matt Williams, third baseman, on the 15-day disabled list. HOCKEY National Hockey League CALGARY FLAMES-Traded Craig Berube, left wing, to the Washington Capitals lor a fifth-round pick In the 1993 draft. HARTFORD WHALERS—Traded first-, second- and third-round picks In the 1993 draft and future considerations to the San Jose Sharks for a first-round pick In 1993. LOS ANGELES KINGS—Traded Corey Mlllen, canter, to the New Jersey Devils for a fifth-round pick In the 1993 draft. NEW JERSEY OEVILS-Acqulred Mike Peluso, left wing, from the Ottawa Senators to complete the Craig Bllllngton trade. OTTAWA SENATCflS-Slflned Alexandra Dalgle, center, to a multlyear contract. SAN JOSE SHARKS—Traded Dean Evason. center, to the Dallas Stars fora sixth-round pick In the 1993 draft. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Traded Brad Schlegel, defenseman, to the Calgary Flames for a seventh-round draft pick. If you have considered refinancing... or purchasing a new home... but, weren't sure you could afford it, it's time to call Allied Savings bank. At Allied Savings Bank, we specialize in residential real estate loans, nothing else. Loan officer, Cheryl A. Baker can help you find the loan program that fits your family's financial needs. Call Cheryl to schedule a free home loan pre-qualify interview. Experienced and local, call Allied Savings Bank for home loans at great rates. YOUR HOME LOAN CENTER 325 East Perkins Street Ukiah, CA 95482 Call Cheryl A. Baker at (707) 468-0225 Pager (800) 399-1805 Allied Savings Bank gg AFEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Allied Savings Bank is an equal opportunity lender. ATTENTION ADVERTISERS The Ukiah Daily Journal office will be closed Monday, July 5th so our employees may enjoy the July 4th Holiday. As a result, the following EARLY DEADLINES will be in effect: Display Advertising Deadline Classified Liner Deadline Wednesday, June 30 - 5 pm Friday, July 2 - 2 pm Thursday, July 1 -5 pm Friday, July 2 - Noon Publication Date Monday, July 5 Tuesday, July 6 Wednesday, July 7 pN THE MARKET Friday, July 9 Friday, July 2 - 3 pm Tuesday, July 6 - 2 pm Friday, July 2 - Noon Ukiah Daily ^Journal 468-0123 Thank you for your cooperation. Have a safe, enjoyable July 4th Holiday. to do too much at that time," Brown said. "I really never felt I needed to turn it up a notch tonight." Brown (6-6) struck out five and walked one in beating former teammate Bobby Witt The shutout was Brown's second, the complete game his seventh this year. The A's didn't get a baserunner past second until the ninth inning. Witt, making his first Arlington Stadium appearance since he was traded to Oakland last August, yielded three solo homers and nine hits over 61 -3 innings to fall to 7-5. It was the first tune Witt gave up three homers in a game since 1986, when the Detroit Tigers hit three against him while he was with Texas. "All three were different pitches and they got the ball up into the jet stream," Witt said. "I wanted to come in here and pitch well. Giving up the early runs against Kevin Brown, the way he was throwing, made it tough on us." Texas took a 2-0 lead on Rafael Palmeiro's first-inning solo homer and made it 2-0 on Mario Diaz's bases-empty shot in the third. It was the 12th homer of the season for Palmeiro and the first for Diaz. Ivan Rodriguez made it 3-0 in the fourth with his fourth home run and Dean Palmer hit a sacrifice fly to close the scoring in the sixth. Continued from Page 6 Susan Blackwelder, winning 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Brown teammed with Mike Moble'y to take the men's doubles title over King and Matt Miller. Boonville's Morgan Damon was also a double winner, knocking off Sheri Schramer, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4 in women's 'C' singles, then teaming with Ben Shapiro to take the women's 'C' mixed doubles title, 6-0, 6-3. In other action, Justin Snyder completed his march to the top of the men's 'B' singles circuit by downing Tim Beversdorf, 6-3,6-1. However, Beversdorf took some measure of revenge, teaming with wife Diane to down Ed Kowalski and Vicky Groom in a struggle, 6-3, 5-7, 7-5. In men's master singles, Colin Miller continued his winning ways by knocking off Kowalski, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 to extend his lead in the Deerwood Grand Prix points race. Marcia Teuschler came close to making it a double win. Teuschler won the women's 'C' singles title by defeating Delia Johnson, 6-2, 6-1, but she teammed with Diane Daubeneck in women's 'B' doubles and lost a heartbreaker to Barbara Cole and Claudette Barkhurst, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (9-7). In a tournament switch for men's 'B' doubles, the top seeded team of Doug Solis and Dewayne Burford cruised to the championship without losing a set, beating Karry Damon and Bob Keyes in the finals, 6-1, 6-4. In women's 'A' doubles, Lynn Booth also got revenge, teaming with Heather Penny to down Joanne Ely Goodell and Liz Burford. In men's 'C' singles, Jesse Mayo won the championship in a thrilling 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 heartstoppcr. SPRING COUPON VALUES Todd's- Continued from Page 6 The pair got the batting support and fielding needed to get the nod over Ukiah Merchants' pitcher Brian Whyburn. Todd's Sporting Goods got word Saturday that a doubleheader with Fairfield was off because Fairfield couldn't get enough players, but the team suddenly found itself called into action because Fairfield did manage to get enough players. Phone calls by Smallcomb rounded enough Todd's Sporting Goods players to field a team of sorts, and Todd's won two Sacramento Rural League games at Mendocino College, winning 12-9 and 13-3. Quality, programmable hearing aids you can afford! 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