Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 30, 1993 · Page 7
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1993 — 7 SCOREBOARD Baseball By The Aeeodated PI*M Ml Time* POT AMBVCAH LEAGUE Toronto New YorK Detroit Baltimore Boston Cleveland Chicago Kansas CHy Ctftoml*. Oealtle Minnesota Oakland E«M DMelm w 40 45 43 40 37 38 32 Wvtt DtVMIOft w 30 38 37 37 34 32 30 L 30 33 33 38 39 42 43 L 38 37 37 40 40 41 41 Pet OB .618 — .877 3 .see 4 .see 7 .487 10 .465 12U .427 14tt Pet OB .627 — .807 1Vt .800 2 .481 3Vt .460 5 .438 8V< .423 TA Tueeday 1 *' Cleveland 8. Chicago 2 Toronto 2, Baltimore 1 Minnesota 7, Settle 8 Milwaukee 7. Botton 8 New York 4, Detroit 3, 10 Innings Texas 4, Kansas City 3 Oakland 8, California 7, 11 Innings Wedneeday'e Oamee Detroit (Weh 0-2) at New York (Abbott 4-7), 10 am. California (Springer 0-2) at Oakland (Downs 2-2), 12:15 p.m. Chicago (Alvarez 7-3) at Cleveland (Abbott 0-1), 4.O5 pm Toronto (Stewart 3-2) at Baltimore (Valenzuela 2-7), 436 p.m. Milwaukee (Miranda0-0) at Beaton (Darwin 6-7), 435 pm Seattle (Johnson 0-4) at Minnesota (Ertckson 4-8), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Gardner 4-4) at Texas (Bohanon 2-1), 635 p.m. Thursday's Oamea Seattle (Hanson 6-6) at Minnesota (Banks 8-4), 10:15 am Calfomla (Flntay 0-6) at Oakland (Welch 8-6). 12:16 pm Texas (Lelbrandt 7-4) at Detroit (Doharty 7-3), 4:05 p.m. Baltimore at Chicago, 5:05 p.m. Phlladefehla St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago Florida New York San Franclsoo Atlanta Los Angeles Houston Clndnnatl San Diego Colorado Tueeday'e Qamee Clndnnatl 3. Houston 0 Montreal 9, Pittsburgh 2 Atlanta 6, Colorado 4 Philadelphia 13, St. Louis 10 Chicago 10, San Diego 5 San Frandsco 3, Los Angeles 1 New York 10, Florida 9, 12 Innings Wedneeday'a Games Chicago (Guzman 6-6) at San Diego (WhRehuret 2-4), 105 p.m. New York (Sataerhagen 3-7) at Florida (Armstrong 6-8), 436 pm Pittsburgh (Neagle 2-2) at Montreal (Gardiner (0-2), 435 p.m. Houston (Swindell 6-7) at Cincinnati (Belcher 6-5), 435 p.m. Colorado (Blair 3-5) at Atlanta (Avery 9-2), 4:40 p.m. Philadelphia (Greene 9-1) at St. Louis (Osborne 5-3), 535 p.m. San Frandsco (Hlckerson 1-1) at Los Angeles (Asta- ck> 6-4), 735 pm Thumday'a Games Pittsburgh (Codte 5-3) at Montreal (Bottenfleld 2-4), 1035 a-m. PNIadepila (Schilling 6-3) at St. Loute (Tewksbury 8-6). 1035 p.m. New York (Gooden 7-7) at Florida (Hough 3-8), 435 p.m. , Houston (Hamlsch 6-5) at Cincinnati (Rljo 6-3), 435 p.m. Colorado (Reynoso 5-3) at Atlanta (Glavlne 9-3), 4:40 p.m. Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Eaet Division W 52 44 40 37 38 34 22 Weet Division W 52 43 39 38 37 29 26 L 24 31 36 38 38 41 52 L 26 34 36 36 40 48 49 Pet. .684 .587 .526 493 .486 .453 .297 Pet. .667 .658 .520 .514 .481 .377 .347 OB __ TA 12 14% 15 17V4 29 OB _ 8Vi m 12 14V4 2214 24% Leaders By The Associated Preee AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTMO-Olerud. Toronto, .405;O'Nelll, New York, .337; Gonzalez, Texas. .326; Molltor, Toronto. .324; Whttaker. Detroit, .324; Hamilton, Milwaukee. .322; Lof- 'ton. Cleveland, .320. HUNS-WhHe, Toronto, 64; Molltor, Toronto, 64; RAtomar, Toronto, 59; Lofton, Cleveland, 66; Baerga, Cleveland, 53; Fielder, Detroit, 53; Olerud, Toronto, 52; QVaughn, Milwaukee, 52. • RBf-Flelder, Detroit, 65; Olerud, Toronto, 64; Belle, Giants- Continued from Page 6 difficulty supporting Burkett (12-2) with offense this year, scoring 100 runs in his 17 starts for a 5.88 average. Burkett has held up his end, meanwhile, allowing three runs or lest in IS of his starts. "I don't know if I'm the best pitcher in the National League," Burkett, who has won four straight, said with a laugh. "I've been fortunate. We've got a great team here. We score a lot of runs and we have a great defense. I'm glad I'm pitching well, but our team is playing really well, too. That's what reflects the record more than anything else." i Burkett's streak of consecutive .'batters faced without a walk ended at 124 when he walked Mike Piazza in the second inning. It was Burkett's second walk, with one out in the ninth, that led to the Dodgers' only run. "I've always taken pride in that, and I've always worked on it," Burkett said. "Each year I've gotten better with my control. I knew I hadn't walked a guy in a long time, but I wasn't really worried about that. My main goal was to win." Burkett hit Eric Karros with Cory Snyder on first before giving way to Beck. Davis drove in the run one out later with a single, but Beck retired Henry Rodriguez on a fly ball for his 16th consecutive save. "Burkett proved tonight why he's 12-2," Hershiser said. "He keeps his team in the game and he stays around the plate. "He throws a lot of fastballs around the plate and on both sides of the plate, he pitches fast, keeps his defense in the game, he doesn't walk many people and he doesn't beat himself." Hershiser retired 14 consecutive batters immediately after McGee's double, allowing none of them to hit the ball out of the infield. But Thompson did, driving a 1-0 pitch inside the leftfield pole to end Hershiser's string of outs. Giants backup catcher Jeff Reed started and suffered a strained left hamstring while trying to score on a ninth-inning single by Darren Lewis. Masonite Reds turn back Hildreth CI«v»tand,«3;TMtl 1 IT S-Olerud. Toronto. 107; Molltor, Toronto 1 2?S Clty ' "£ m °™"- Toronto. «™Lix 90; Burga. Cleveland. 90; Griffey Jr, Static. DOUBLES—Olerud, Toronto, 32; While, Toronto, 24; BrfSi. °2r?L 21; MVa "fl nn ' Boston, 20; Anderson. Bajlmore, 20; Thomas, Chfcaoo, 19; Palmer, Texas, 19; 19; WnRakor, Detroit, 19. , Texas. 7; Lofton, Cleveland, 7; r> « .- • kee' * ' ! *' Call""n'«. 33s Lofton, Totont0 ' »! RHendereon, ' Moaflo. 21 ; Potonla, CalHoml- a, 21; Whte, Toronto, 17. «« n PS!'!? <• Dectekxwh-Wlekrmn, N«w York, 8-1. £?*' ii?i t?f*2'7,? ro 2! 01 1 1 *- • 848 ' 3.02;Key,N«w York. 10-2, .835, 2.30; WeH«, Detroit. 9-2, .818, 2.93; ^"T, 1 ^"."^ ^ 2 ' - 818 ' ae2 ' MuMln «- B*"mow, 9-3, .750, 3.83; McDowell, Chicago, 12-4, .750. 3.65, STRlKEOUTS-flJohnson, Seattle, 147j Langston, Calllom a, 102; Clemens. Boston. 98; Perez, New York, 96; Appier. Kansas City, 95; Hanson, Seattle. 93; Key, NflW Yofk, 92. S AVES-Montgomery. Kansas City. 23: DWard, Toronto, 22; Aoullera, Minnesota, 22; Olson. Baltimore, 21 ; Farr, New York, 18; Russell, Boston, 16; Charlton, Seattle, 15; Eckeretey, Oakland. 15. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTINO-<3alarraoa. Colorado, .411; Bonds, San Frandsco, .352; Merced, Pittsburgh, .349; KruK. Phi- ladet>hta, .348; Jefterlee, St. Louis, .332; MeGee, San Francisco, .332; RoThorrpeon, San Franclsoo. .330. RUNS-Oykstra. PNIadefehla. 70; Bonds, San Fran- dsco, 59; Kruk, PhlladeWa, 57; Daulton, Philadelphia. 53; MaWlHIame, San Frandsco, 61 ; JaBeS, Pittsburgh, 51; Blgglo, Houston, 49. RBt-MaWlllarns, San Franclsoo, 64; Daulton, Phi- ladefchla, 81 ; Bonds, San Franclsoo, 60; Galarraga, Colorado, 59; Grace, Chicago, 55; Piazza, Loa Angeles, 52; Incavtalla. Philadelphia, 52. HITS-Kelly, Clndnnatl, 98;Qalarraga. Colorado, 95; Jefleries, a Louis, 93;Qrace, Chicago, 92; JaBell, Pins- burgh, 92; Bonds, San Frandsco, 92; Butler, Los Angeles, 92. DOUBLES-Qraee, Chicago, 23 ; Bichette, Colorado, 22; Dykstra, Philadelphia, 22; Cordero, Montreal, 21 ; GUhey, St. Louis. 20; Blgglo, Houston, 20; Kruk, Philadelphia, 20; Galarraga, Colorado, 20. TRIPLES-Caitllla. Colorado, 6; Morandlnl, Philadelphia, 8; DLewto, San Frandsco, 6; Coteman, New York, 8; EYoung, Colorado, 5; Martin, Pittsburgh, 5; 8 are tied with 4. HOME RUNS— MaWllliams, San Frandsco, 21; Bonds, San Frandsco. 21 ; Bonllla, New York, 18; Justice, Atlanta, 16; Qant, Atlanta, 16; McGrlfl, San Diego, 16; Piazza, Los Angeles, 15; Daulton, Philadelphia, 15. STOLEN BASES— Coteman, New York, 33; DLewte, San Frandsco, 28; Carr, Florida, 28; Roberts, Cincinnati, 24; Dykstra, Philadelphia. 22; EDavrls, Los Angeles, 22; EYoung, Colorado, 21; ACole, Colorado, 21; Nixon, Atlanta. 21. PITCHING (9 Dedslons)— TGreene, Philadelphia, 9-1, .900, 2.98; Kile, Houston, B-1, .889, 2.27; Burkett, San Frandsco, 12-2, .857, 3.10; Avery, Atlanta, 9-2, .81 8, 2.79; Qlavlne, Atlanta, 9-3, .750, 2.91 ; Rivera, Phl- ladepila, 8-3, .727, 4.05; Schilling, Philadelphia, 8-3, .727. 3.48. STRIKEOUTS-Smote, Atlanta. 103;Rlto,Clnelnnat- I, 100; Benes, San Diego, 98; GMaddux, Atlanta, 92; Harntech, Houston, 88;TGreene, Philadelphia, 83; Can- dkJttl, Los Angeles. 81. SAVES-LeSmkh, St. Louis, 29; Beck, San Francisco, 23; MtWIIIIams, Philadelphia. 23; Myers, Chicago, 23; Harvey. Florida, 22; Stanton, Atlanta, 21 ; Wetteland, Montreal, 16. Colt League By GLENN ERICKSON Journal Sports Edttor EmwKus Powerful pitching and hitting by Mark Short and his teammates gave the Masonite Reds a 9-4 victory over the Hildreth Farms Cubs in the Colt League nightcap at Anton Stadium Tuesday. In the early game Tuesday, the Ukiah Lions A's had to forfeit officially to the Evden Enterprises Indians because they had only eight men. The two teams played anyway just for practice, and the A's rallied in the final inning to "win" by a 6-5 margin. But it was the Reds/Cubs meeting which had fans anticipating, and the game was a good one. Short, with the Cubs closing to within 4-2 and 5-3 margins midway through the game, bore down, and with batting and fielding help all around, subdued the Cubs. The Reds improved to 5-1-2 and lead the Ukiah Colt League by one game over the Mendo Mill Orioles (5-3). The Reds and Orioles play against each other tonight at 5:45 p.m. The Cubs fell to 5-4 and third place. Short struck out 10 batters, though a couple of his third-strike pitches were dropped, enabling a runner to score from third and one to make it all the way around. Short walked five and allowed three official hits, one each by Danny Pevehouse, Wes Binghamm and Brian Arnold. Arnold and Jeremy Grivette scored on dropped third strikes and panic overthrows by Reds fielder's. Short also had a typically good night at the plate, with a single and a long triple to the rarely approached Anton right field fence. He scored two runs, drove in four and was hit by a pitch by Cubs hurler Darrell Alexander. Alexander was cutting the inside comer neatly much of the game before tiring a bit and bringing the ball out for a better target to hit as the Reds upped their final margin to four runs. Reds shortstop Devin Boyle had a double and single, scored three times and drove in a run. Robbie Crabb was l-for-2 and scored three times, once in a home plate collision with Cubs catcher Brian Camp, jarring the ball lose. Tracie Thurston also scored for the Reds. The Cubs, playing for the second night in a row, fell four runs behind in the top of the first on infield errors, errant throws and two walks, plus a high-hopper single over third and into left field down the line by Short. But the Cubs came back for a run in the bottom of the first as Josh Stout walked with one out, advanced on a pitcher-to-first out by T.J. Belfanti, moved to third on an error giving Wes Bingham life, and scored as the ball was thrown around a bit by the Reds. The Reds threatened in the second, in between Alexander's third and fourth strikeouts. Matt Johnson got life on an infield error, but later was thrown out at third on a fine snap-throw by Camp to Bingham. The Cubs cut the margin to two runs in their second inning on a single by Arnold, who stole second and came around on a subsequent overthrow following a single by Pevehouse. The Reds put the game out of reach with two runs in the fifth on singles by Crabb and Boyle, and Short's triple to right, then added two more later. The Pub keeps rolling in C-3 stars • ^^^ /"VtM/1 Mfftf By STEVE QUERTIN Journal sports sdttor Robin Scott went 2-for-3 with a triple, a run and three RBIs to lead the Pub (7-0) to a 12-0 rout of Project Sanctuary (2-3) in Women's C-3 Softball Tuesday night Teammate Wendy Olave added a two-run double and Lisa Van Norstrand added a pair of hits for the Pub, which holds a 114 game lead over The Farm Supply (5-1) for first place. Paloma Hill, Robbie Snow, Lois O'Rourke and Loretta Lanam had the only hits for Project Sanctuary. Olave's two-run double in the first inning got the Pub started. Melissa Rose ripped a two-run homer in the second to cap a four- run inning, and four singles in the third led to two more runs for a commanding 8-0 lead. The Pub added four more runs in the fifth to end the game because of the 10-run rule. Masonite 8 Clear-water 5 Tami Martin blasted a home run, scored twice and drove in three runs to lead Masonite (2-3) to an 8-5 victory over Clearwater (1-4). Debra Pacheco had a pair of triples and scored twice for Masonite. Natalie Atkinson went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Barbie Yaw went 2-for-2 with a run and a walk to lead Clearwater. Masonite held a 5-4 lead after four innings and got some breathing room when Pacheco tripled and scored on Martin's'Single in the fifth. Singles by Atkinson, Carol Hill, Norma Slaven and Kristin Moore added two more runs in the sixth. Studio 3 Presents 6 Martin's Electric 1 Leanna Norgard went 3-for-3 with a run and an RBI as Studio 3 Presents evened its record at 3-3 with a 6-1 victory over winless Martin's Electric (0-6). Allison Scott and Mary Anne Gonzalez each had a pair of hits for Studio 3 Presents, with Gonzalez scoring twice. Julie Martin scored the only run for Martin's Electric. Gates makes 'right' switch, beats A's Masonite Mendo Mill Hildreth Farms Savings Bank Evden Enterprises Ukiah Lions W L 5 5 5 4 3 2 T 1 2 3 0 4 0 5 0 Men's Softball B-2 Fidelity National Miller's Sports Attic L.P/Angel Dbt.- Coyote Valley Redwood Plaza Car-Wash W 9 7 5 4 4 ...O Women's Softball C-3 The Pub The Farm Supply Studio 3 Presents Project Sanctuary Masonite Clearwater Martin's Electric W 7 5 3 2 2 1 0 OAKLAND (AP) — American League managers will have to try to figure which way they would like to see switch-hitter Brent Gates bat in the clutch. The California Angels probably won't vote for right-handed. Gates' single drove in Ruben Sierra with two out in the bottom of the 11th inning, giving the Oakland A's an 8-7 victory over the California Angels on Tuesday night. Sierra led off the inning with a ...s.ingte,, and, moved to third on a single by Terry Steinbach before Gates' decisive hit off reliever Ken Patterson (0-1). The hit extended Gates hitting streak to eight games and made a winner of reliever Edwin Nunez (3-3), who pitched two scoreless innings. The Angels had tied the game 7-7 in the top of the eighth. After Goose Gossage yielded a one-out walk to J.T. Snow, Dennis Eckersley came in and allowed a triple to pinch-hitter Stan Javier. Torey Lovullo followed with a single to score Javier. That negated a four-run, sixth- inning Oakland rally highlighted by Sierra's three-run homer off California reliever Mike Butcher. The A's also scored in the inning when Gates was hit by a pitch from Butcher and later scored on a fielder's choice grounder by Kevin Seitzer. California had jumped to a 4-0 lead off Ron Darling after three innings. Tim Salmon's solo home run, a single by Chili Davis and Snow's RBI double gave Califomi- a two first-inning runs. Continued from Page 6 named to take part in the mam- moiith 11-team Colt League double-elimination tournament in Pinole from July 10-18, with the first two teams out of that tourney advancing to Vacaville for the next tourney level July 22-28. Ukiah will open against Martinez, with other teams playing at Pinole to include El Cerrito, Richmond, Diablo Valley, the San Francisco Giants (Colt size), Pleasant Hill, the Fairfield Expos, Vacaville No. 2, the Fairfield Yankees and host Pinole, according to tourney director Jim Allrnan. El Cerrito and Richmond, two longtime neighborhood rivals, will open the Pinole tourney on July 10 at 9 a.m., followed by Ukiah and Martinez at noon, and Diablo Valley (Concord) and the S.F. Giants at 3 p.m. If Ukiah wins its Saturday opener, it will come back at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 11, against the Fairfield Expos. If Ukiah loses its opener, it comes back to Pinole on Monday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. against the loser of the El Cerrito/Richmond opening game Saturday. It takes two losses to eliminate a team. Get out your BAR-B-g'S and come get your meat cut toorder! -fVom Our Fresh Meat Counter ~ STEAKS, RIBS, ROASTS & CHICKEN HUSCH WINES HOMEMADE SALADS & LASAGNE ~By Jeanette Stroh~ For your family get togethers, parties, etc. SAUVIGNON BLANC 750mI -«5.99 MENDOCINO LEGE COMMUNITY SERVICES Summer Baseball Clinic Ages 7-17 UKIAH —July 5, 6, 7, 8 9 a.m. - noon Mendocino College Ukiah Campus Return registration form to: Mendocino College Community Services Office, P.O. Box 3000, Ukiah, CA 95482. For more Information, call Coach Smallcomb at 468-3142 or the Community Service* Office at 468-3063. ______ REGISTRATION Name FORM . _ _ _ , Address .Telephone! ). JGirl Age have enclosed $45 Lunch—A libeled lunch should bo provided hi each child. M«dlc«l Instruction*—If you have any specific instructions lor our stall, please Indicate on the application. I hereby authorize the staff of Mendocino College 10 act lor me according to their best judgement in any emergency requiring medical attention and I hereby waive and release Mendocino College and dime stall from any and all liability, for any injuries or illness incurred while in the clinic. Signature of Parent or Guardian Mendocino Clean-up Month A Community Effort Against Trash Dumping mw Quaker State ONE TOUGH MOTOR OIL AVAILABLE HERE! KEEP YOUR CAR ENGINE RUNNING STRONG & LONG WITH QUAKER STATE! LUBE, OIL & FILTER S 23.50 _ 765 N. State 'Si. • Ukiah • 468-01 IT' Hours Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:00, Sat 9 - 4:00 California Conservation Corps crew #2, Humboldt center Thirteen illegal dump sites were cleaned up and recycled during June. The Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority thanks the following organizations and individuals for their contributions: California Conservation Corps City of Ukiah public works department Empire Waste Management Alex Tsarnas Auto Wreckers Fort Brag Disposal McDonalds Restaurant Tyselling Vineyards Gilley Wood Blue Shield Mr. & Mrs. Dick Ruddiok Cal Coast Wholesale Main Street Wine & Cheese Safeway

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