Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 29, 1993 · Page 10
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10 —TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1993 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- SCOREBOARD Baseball L 30 32 33 35 36 42 43 L 34 36 36 39 40 41 41 Pel .610 .673 .571 .533 A03 .447 .419 Pet .534 .614 .607 .487 .452 .431 .414 OB — 3 3 6 9 12V1 141* OB — 1Vf 2 3U 6 TVS ew By Tn* AMoeUMd Pr*M A". Times POT AMBttCAN LEAGUE East DMtton W Toronto 47 Detroit 43 New York 44 Baltimore 40 Botton 37 Clavaland 34 Milwaukee 31 West Division W Chicago 39 Kansas City 36 CaJKomla 37 Seattle 37 Texas 33 Minnesota 31 Oakland 29 Monday'* Oamra Cleveland 2, Chicago 0 New York 8, Detroit 2 Toronto 7, Baltimore 2 Botton 4. Mlwaukee 3 Seam* 4, Minnesota 1 Kansas CHy 4, Texas 2 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Game* Chicago (Botton 0-3) at Cleveland (Clark 2-3). 405 p.m. Detroit (Leller M) at New York (Kamtontekl 2-1), 430 p.m. Toronto {Hentgen 10-2) at Baltimore (McDonald 4-6). 435 p.m. Milwaukee (Navarro M) at Boston (Sale 1-0). 435 "'Seattle (Lean/ 6-3) at Minnesota (Guardado 0-2). 5:05 p.m. Kansas Chy (Appier 9-4) at Texas (PavDk 3-4). 535 p.m. California (Langston 0-2) at Oakland (Darling 1-4), 70S p.m. Wednesday's Games Detroit (Wats 9-2) at New York (Abbott 4-7), 10 am CalKomla (Springer 0-2) at Oakland (Downs 2-2), Chicago (Alvarez 7-3) at Cleveland (P.Abbott 0-1). 4D5 p.m. Toronto (Stewart 3-2) at Baltimore (Vatenzueta 2-7), Milwaukee (Miranda0-1) at Boston (Darwin 6-7),435 pjn. Seattle (Johnson 8-4) at Minnesota (Ertckson 4-8), 5D5 p m. Kansas City (Gardner 4-4) at Texas (Bohanon 2-1), 535 p.m. Steve Ouertin/The Diily Journal A.C. Wringers second baseman Alleen Sllva, left, tries to complete a double play after forcing out Amber Simmons (12) of Ruddlck Brothers. A.C. Wringers won, 15-0, to remain undefeated and In first place In the Women's C-4 Softball division. A.C. Wringers still unbeaten They blank Ruddick Bros., 15-0 By STEVE GUERTIN Journal sports editor A.C. Wringers continued its dominance over the Women's C-4 Softball division, whipping Ruddick Brothers, 15-0, Monday night to improve to 6-0 on the season. Ron's Quality/McCord Distributing kept close to the front- running Wringers by knocking off House of Pizza, 24-7. Ron's/McCord is 6-1 on the year and in second place, one and a half games ahead of third-place A.V. Ladies (4-2). A.C. Wringers 15 Ruddick Brothers 0 Dana Davidson went 4-for-4 with a home run, two runs and four RBIs to lead A.C. Wringers to a 15-0 rout. Davidson also pitched for the Wringers and allowed only four singles and no walks under windy conditions. Heidi Dewey went 2-for-3 with a run and two RBIs for A.C. Wringers, and teammate Dianna Trouet- te added a pair of RBIs. Amber Simmons went 2-for-2 for Ruddick Brothers, which fell to 1-5 on the season. Diana Lyn Gibson and Mendy Miller had the other hits for Ruddick. A.C. Wringers broke the game open with a nine-run second inning for a 10-0 lead. Davidson's three- run homer highlighted the inning. Ron's/McCord 24 House of Pizza 7 Dea Anne Young hit a home run, Tery Jackson had five RBIs, and Reggi Gibson and Jeni Nagel each had three hits to lead Ron's Quality/McCord's Distributing (6-1) to a 24-7 victory over House of Pizza (1-5) Monday. I Gibson had a double with two RBIs and four runs scored. Nagel i crossed the plate three times, as did 'teammate Sherry Williams. Jack- 'son, Young, Tracy Thornsberry land Sherri Hercher each scored twice. Patti Rodgers went 2-for-3 with a home run, two runs and two RBIs to pace House of Pizza. Barbara Shepard each had three hits for Edwards and Kathy Teie each A.V. Ladies, with Shepard getting scored twice. a triple and driving in four runs. Ron's/McCord broke the game Sanchez, Colleen Bettencourt, open with a 10-run third inning and Gwyn Smith and Jerri Walker each — I— _ — __._ _____.. L *!..* £*«...•+V> oo/M*AH tnrfrfr tlfYlP-6 Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago Florida New York San Franctoco Atlanta Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati San Diego Colorado Pittsburgh 9, St. Lous 3, NATIONAL LEAGUE Eaet Division W L 51 24 44 30 39 36 37 37 35 38 34 40 21 52 West Division W L 51 26 42 34 39 35 38 35 36 40 29 47 26 48 Monday's Games Montreal 5, 10 Innings Philadelphia 1 Pet. .680 .595 .520 .600 .479 .459 .288 Pet. .662 .553 .527 .521 .474 .382 .351 OB — 6Vt 12 13% 15 16% 29 GB — 8% 10% 11 14V* 21 V* 23% nine more runs in the fourth. A.V. Ladies* 21 Routers 8 A.V. Ladies (4-2) scored seven times in the first inning and 11 more times over the final two frames to rout the Routers, 21-8. Cory Sutherland did plenty of damage to the Routers, going 4-for-4 with four RBIs. Debbie Sanchez and Brenda Ledbetter/ scored three times. Gerry West went 3-for-3 to lead the Routers and teammate Elizabeth Christian went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI. Judy Walsh added a double, a run and two RBIs. A.V. Ladies held a 10-8 lead going to the bottom of the third inning when' they outscored the ,Routers 11-0 over the final two innings. Hansen's Grand Slam tops Giants LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dave Hansen hit a pinch grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning for his first home run of the season, giving the Los Angeles Dodgers a 4-0 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Monday night. Mike Jackson (4-2) walked Mike Piazza to open the ninth and Eric Karros followed with a single. Cory Snyder's sacrifice moved the runners up before Eric Davis was intentionally walked to load the bases. After pinch-hitter Lenny Harris lined out to shortstop, Hansen, batting for Mike Sharperson, lined Jackson's first pitch just inside the foul pole in right field. Pedro Martinez (4-2) worked one inning for the victory. Bud Black pitched seven scoreless innings for the Giants and Tom Candiotti pitched eight. Black allowed just two hits. ONLY 1 DAY Country Club CALL NOW 468-0441 Health Club Houston (Swhdel 6-7) * Clndnnall (W|o 6-2). 435 San Francisco (HWterson 1-1) at Los Angeles (Asta- cte M), 735 pm Chicago 4, San Diego 3, 11 Innings Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 0 Only games scheduled Tueeday'e Gsmee New York (Tanana 4-7) at Florida (Bowen 4-8), 435 P ''piltsburgh (Wagner 3-3) at Montreal (Nabhotz 3-5), 435 p.m. Houston (Drabek 6-7) at Cincinnati (Browning 4-3). 4 Colorado (Ruflln 3-3) at Atlanta (Smoltz 6-7). 4M P ' Philadelphia (Rivera 7-3) at St. Louis (Arocna 6-2). 535 p.m. Chicago (Morgan 4-8) at San Diego (Worrell 0-0). 7:05 ""San Francisco (Burkett 11 -2) at Los Angeles (Hershls- er 6-6), 1035 p.m. Wednesday's Games Chicago (Guzman 6-6) at San Diego (Whltehurst2-4), 1;05 p m New York (Saberhagen 3-7) at Florida (Armstrong pinsburg&(NeE«le 2-2) at Montreal (Gardiner (0-2), 435 p.m. Leaders •u TtaA By I nV AMEHCAH LEAGUE BATTNQ-Olerud. Toronto. AM; Qonzato. Tsjjs. .330; O'Nell, New York, .328; Motlor, Toronto. .327; Hamilton, Milwaukee, .322; Lofton. Cleveland, .319; WWuker. Dew*. .319. _ RUNS-Whrte, Toronto. 64; Mottor, Toronto, 63; RAbmar, Toronto, 58; Lofton, Cleveland. 54; Fielder, Detroit, 53; Baerga. Cleveland, 52; Olerud, Toronto, 52; GVaughn. Milwaukee, 52. RBI-Fielder. Detroit, 64; Olerud. Toronto, 63; Belle, Cleveland. 63;Tet1Mon. Detroit, 63; Carter. Toronto, 63; Baerga, Cleveland, 60; Thomas, Chicago. 59; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 59. HITS— Oleiud, Toronto. 108; MoHor, Toronto, 100; McRae. Kansas City, 92; RAJomar. Toronto. 91 ; Lofton, Cleveland, 88; Baerga, Cleveland, 88;GrHfey Jr, Seattle, 68. DOUBLES— Olerud, Toronto. 32; While, Toronto, 24; Carter, Toronto, 21; M Vaughn, Boston, 20; Anderson, Baltimore, 20; Thomas, Chicago, 19; Palmer, Texas, 19; Griffey Jr, Seattle. 19. TRIPLES— HulM, Texas, 7; Cuyler, Detroit. 7; Lofton, Cleveland, 6; Uohnson, Chicago, 6; McRae, Kansas City, 5; Baerga. Cleveland. 6; Cora, Chicago, 6. HOME RUNS-fleto, Cleveland, 20; GrIHey Jr, Seattle, 20; TettMon, Detroit, 20; Gonzalez, Texas, 19; Fielder. Detroit, 19; Carter, Toronto, 18; GVaughn, Milwaukee, 17. STOLEN BASES-Curtls, California, 33 1 Lofton, Cleveland, 33; RAkxnar, Toronto, 25; RHenderson, Oakland, 25; LJohnson, Chicago, 21 ; Potenla. Caflfoml- a, 20; White, Toronto, 17. PITCHING (8 Decisions)— Wlckman, New York, 8-1, .889, 4.30; Guzman, Toronto, 7-1 , .876, 4.69; Hentgen, Toronto, 10-2, .833, 3.18; Key. New York, 10-2, .833. 2.30; Wells, Detroit, 9-2, .818, Z93; Langston. CaHoml- a, 9-2, .818, 2.50; Mussina, Baltimore, 9-3. .750, 3.83; McDowell, Chicago. 12-4, .760, 3.85. STRIKEOUTS— fUohnson, Seattle, 147; Langston, California, 102;Clemens, Boston, 98; Perez, New York, 96; Hanson, Seattle, 93; Key, New York, 92; Guzman, Toronto, 90. SAVES-Montgomery, Kansas City. 23; Olson, Baltimore, 21 ; D Ward, Toronto, 21 ; Agullera. Minnesota, 21 ; Farr.NewYork, 18; Russell, Boston, 1 6; Charton, Seattle, 15; Eckersley, Oakland, 15. NATIONAL LEAOUE BATTING-Qalarraga, Colorado, .414; Bonds, San Francisco, .355; Merced, Pittsburgh, .352; Kruk, Phi- ladebhla. .343; McGee, San Francisco. .332; Jeflerles, St. Louis. ,330; Piazza, Los Angeles, 327; RoThomp- son, San Frandsco, 327. RUNS-Dykstra, Phllade&hla. 67; Bonds, Sari ifran- dsco, 56; Kruk, PNIadebhla, 66; Daullon. Philadelphia, 52; MaWlllams, San Frandsco, 61; Jaflel, Pittsburgh, 51; Blggk), Houston, 49. _, „ RBi-KaWlllams. San Francisco. 64; Bonds. San Francisco, 60; Daullon. Philadelphia, 59; QfJfnrag". Colorado. 67; Piazza. Los Angeles. 52; Grace. Chicago, 52; IncavMla, Philadelphia. 52. ,_.,„.. HITS-Selly. Cincinnati. 97; Galarraga, Colorado. 94-, JaBell, Pittsburgh. 92; Bonds. San Francisco. 92; Butler, Los Angeles. 92; Jefferiee, St. Louis, 91 ; Bagwel, Hous- t0n DOUBLES-Qraos. Chicago, 23; Bichette. Colorado. 22; Dykstra. PhlladetohlaTS; Cord.ro. Montreal, 20; Glhey. St Louis, 20; 7 are tied with 19. TRIPLES-Sastme, Colorado, 6; Morandlnl. Philadelphia, 8; DLewls, San Frandsoo, 6; Coteman. New YO*, 6; EYoung, Colorado. 6; Martin. Pittsburgh, 5; 8 are tied W HOME RUNS-MaWlllams. San Fnwcisoo. 21; Bonds, Sao Francisco, 21;Bonl»a,NewYork,18;Gant, Atlanta, 16; McGrtH. San Diem. 18; Ptaza, Los Angeles, 1 5; Justice. Atlanta, 1 5-Daulton. Philadelphia, 15. PITCHING (8 D«Alon«)-TQ'»2''«' 9-1 . .900.2.98;lfll». Houtton, 8-1 . .889, 2.27!Bte«. S*> Frwehco, 7-1 . .875, 3.12; BuiKrft. S*n FrancHwo, ' 1-2. .8*8. 3J8B; AV«Y, Atlanta, 9-2, .818, 2.79j/ »««*:?• Louta.8-2, .750.5.07;HII1, Montreal, 6-2. .750, 2.62; Qla- vln», Atlanta. 9-S. .750, 2.91. ». 8-miKEOUTS-fMo, Cincinnati. 100; tenet, , San Dtogo, 98; Smote, ftRtnta, 98; QMaddux. Wtema, 92, Hambeh, Houston. B8;TGnjene, Philadelphia. 83, Can dtotti, Lot AnMtot, 81. 8AVES-4.«9mMi, St. Louis, 29; Montreal, 16. 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