Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 29, 1987 · Page 9
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1987— SCOREBOARD Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE Eut Dlvttlon Minfesota (Viola 17-9) at Tem (Hough 17.12), (n) M Glevsland (Farrell 4-1) ai Oakland (On- tivoros 98). (n) oronto stroll ,ilwauk«» 9W' YorK osiin alilmore Igvcland ityttion , W t Pe'.. GB 96 61 .611 93 63 .596 2". 8B 86 90 69 70 82 91 96 611 596 .561 .551 .474 .417 NATIONAL LEAGUE EMI Divlilon 2'4 e 9V4 21'4 30Vi .385 35V4 OMtlon W L 85 72 78 79 79 82 St. Louis New York Montreal Philadelphia PittsB-jrgn Chicago W 91 90 88 78 75 74 L 64 87 67 79 81 81 77 74 73 83 ,73 83 .72 84 -Minnesota antai City Oakland beatlla California etas ' h x C elMi°ch«d dlvHten till*' Mondiy'i Clfrwi N4w York 9, Boston 7 Balllmors 3, Detroit 0 Milwaukee 6, Toronto 4 Seattle S. Kansas City 1 Minnesota S, Texas 3 Only games scheduled Tuesday'* Games Bdston (Hurst 15-12) at Pet. .541 .497 .494 .474 .468 .468 .462 GB 11% 11% 12", Wait Division Pet. .587 .573 .568 .497 .481 .477 68 2 3 14 1614 17 GB New York Hudson 10-6). (n) Baltimore (Bell 9-12) at Detroit (Tanina .13-10). (n) MMwaukee (Boslo 10-7) at Toronto (Koy 17-6t (n) California (Witt 16-12) at Chicago (flan nlstet 14-11). (n) Seattle (Langston 18-12) at Kansas City Bla* 7-6). (n) W L Pet. x-San Francisco 86 70 .551 Cincinnati 79 77 506 7 Houston 74 82 .474 12 Los Angeles £9 87 .442 17 Atlanta 67 8B .432 18V4 San Diego 64 92 .410 22 K-clinchod division title Monday'* Gimes Cincinnati 6. Atlanta 5 New York i, Philadelphia 0 Houston 11, Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 5, San Diego 4 Only games scheduled Tuesday'* Gtme* Atlanta (P.Smith 1-2) at Cincinnati JHoflman 9 10) Montreal (Smith 10-8 and Martinez 11-3) at St. Louis (Mathews 10-11 and Magrane 8-7). 2, (n) Nsw York (Cone (Carman 12-11). (n) Chicago (Meyer 11-15) at Pittsburgh 'F-ihor fo-9). (n) Los Angeles (Hillegas 2-3) at Houston (Ryan 8-14). (n) San Francisco (Downs 10-9) at San 5-5) at Philadelphia Diego (Jones 8-6). (n) SAN FRAN SAN DIEGO ibrhbl sbrhbl Mllner cf 2010 Gwynn rt 5131 Leonard If 3 1 1 2 Mack cf 3000 Mltchll 3b 5120 CMartnr II 4 0 2 1 Aldrete If 0000 Jeffersn II 1 1 0 0 CDavIt cf 2111 Kruk 1b 4000 Mtdndo rf 4021 Santiago c 4 0 2 1 WCIark 1b 5020 Ready 3b 4111 Brenly c 5000 Tnipltn ss 4110 RThpsn 2b 3 0 1 0 Cora 2b 2000 Urlbe ss 5110 Nelson ph 1000 Dravcky p 1 0 0 0 Salazar 3b 0 0 0 0 Hdsn ph 1000 Show p 0000 DHobisn p 1 1 1 1 Abner ph Leiper p Bochy ph MDavis p Byers ph McCllers p 0 0 0 0 Wynne ph 1000 Booker p 0000 Totals 37 S 12 S Totals 35 4 10 4 Sin Francises 001 210 010-5 Sin Diego 001 200 100—4 Game Winning RBI — DRoblnson (1). E—Mllner. RThompson, Ready. DP— San Francisco 1. LOB—San Francisco 12, San Diego 9. 2B—Gwynn. WCIark. RThompson. 3B—Santiago. HR—Leonard (19), Ready (11) CDavIS (23). DRoblnson (1). SB—Milner (9), Jefferson (33), Mitchell (9). S—Oravecky. Cora. Mack. 1010 0000 1000 0000 0000 Booker 1 00000 WP— Dravecky. McCullers. Umpires— Home. McSherry; First. Pulll; Second. Rlppley; Third. DeMuth. T-320. A-29.844. Monday's Maior L«*gu« t Vietcore* AMERICAN LEAGUE. Boston S10 100 000—7 11 0 New York 000 001 206—9 10 0 Woodward, Sellers (7), Gardner (9). Samblto (9), Schkaldl (9) and Mariano; Gulllckson. Trout (5). Fulton (8) and Cerone, Salas (8). W— Fulton. 1-0. L— Sambito. 2-6. HRs— Boston, Horn (14). New York. Henderson (17). Easier (4). Baltimore 002 010 000—3 8 0 Detroit 000 000 000—0 5 0 Habyan. Nledenfuer (9) and Kennedy; Morris. Thurmond (9) and Nokes. W— Habyan. 6-6. L— Morris. 1 B-9. Sv— Niedenluer (12). Sin Franciieo Dravecky 4 DRoblson W.11-7 5 Sin Diego Show 3 Leiper 1 MDavis 2 McCllers L.8-10 2 IP H HER BB SO Milwaukee 000 140 001—6 12 1 Toronto 000 101 002—4 5 0 Wegman. Mirabella (7), Clear (9) and Schroeder; Flanagan" Ward (5). Efchhorn (5), Cerutti (9) and Whin. W— Wegman. 11-11. L— Flanagan. 6-8. Sv— Clear (6). HRs— Milwaukee. Deer (28)?Molitor (16). Toronto, Mulliniks (11). Seallla 020 001 101—5 13 0 Kiniss City 000 001 000—1 6 1 Guetterman. Reed (7) and Valle; Gubicza. Gteaton (7). Outeenberry (9) and Owen, Quirk (9). W— Guetterman. 10-4. L— Gubicza 12-18. Sv— fleed (6). NATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta 401 000 000—5 10 0 Cincinnati 000 600 OOx—6 10 1 Z.Smfth and Simmons; Power. Montgomery (-I). Landrum (5), Murphy (8). Franco (9) and Diaz. W— Montgomery. 2-2. L—Z.Smith. 15-10. Sv—Franco (30). HRs—Atlanta. Perry (11). Crndnnai, Bell (17). Larkin (12). New York 010 000 000—1 5 0 Phllidelphla 000 000 000-0 7 0 Candelarla, Agullera (6), Myers (9) and Carter; K.Gross, Calhoun (8), Tekulve (8) and Parrish. W— Candelaria. 2-0. L— K.Gross, 9-15. Sv—Myers (6). Los Angelet 100 022 000— 5 10 2 Houiton 201 044 OOx—11 14 1 Hershteer. Ha/ens (6). Morton (6), Krueger (6). Davis (7) and Trevlno, Scloscia (6). Mercado (8); Deshaies. Heathcock (6) and R.fleynoldS. W—Deshaios. 11-6. L—Hershlser. 16-15. HRs— Houston, Pjnl (2), Davis (26). 1 Oklahoma (44) 2. Nebraska (12) 3. Miami. Fla. (4) 4. Florida State 5. Notre Dame 6. Auburn 7. LSU 8. Clemson 9. Ohio State 10. Tennessee 11. UCLA 12. Michigan 13. Arizona State 14. Penn State 15. Texas ASM 16. Washington 17. Alabama (tie) Iowa 19. Florida 20. Georgia Record 3-0-0 1 3-0-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-1 3-0-1 4-0-0 2-0 I 3-0-1 3-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 Pis Pvs .181 .136 ,088 965 890 859% 775'. ' 636% 1 I 564 13 452 14 445 372 320 225 12 15 16 18 221 17 221 19 2tB 179 20 San Franeiico 001 210 010—5 12 2 San Diego 001 200 100—4 10 1 Dravecky, D.Robinson (5) and Brenly; Show. Leiper (4). M.Davis (5), McCullers (7), Booker (9) and Santiago. W— D.Robinson, 11 -7. L—McCullers. 8-10. HRs—San FrandSfco, L&omrd (19). C.Davis (23). D.Robinson (1). San Diego, Ready (11). 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 1111 Mlnnnot* 000 300 020—5 • 1 Tex** 300 000 000—3 10 0 Nlekro, Berenguer (7), Reardon (9) and Butera, Laudner (9);Guzman!Russell(8). Williams (8), Mohordc(8). Howe (9) and Retrain. W-Serenguer, 8-1. L-Guzman, 14-13. Sv—Reardon (31). HR—Minnesota, Lombardozzi (8). Football The Top Twenly The Top Twenty teams In the Associated Press college football poll, with first-place voles In parentheses, record .through games of Sept. 26, total points based on 20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 and last week's ranking: Other receiving votes; Syracuse 73. Alarms K?., Oklahoma State 49. Pitt 15, North Carolina 8. South'?-" California 7, Air Forre 2. Minnesota 2. Boston CO'IL'.J'I 1. Washington State 1. Transactions BASEBALL American League AL—Named Joe Brlnkman. Jim McKean. AI Clark, Durwcod Merrill, Mike Reilly and Drew Coble umpires for the American League playoffs. CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Signed a two-year working agreement with Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League. Signed working agreements with South Bend of the Midwest League, Tampa of the Florida State League and Uti- oa of the New York-Penn League. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM SPONSOR NAME WINNING TEAM 1. . 2. 3. 4. 5. _____ 6. 7. . 8. — 9. 10. 11. 12. .13. TIE-BREAKER Pick the Winner & the Score "• THIS WEEK ONLY DELIVER YOUR ENTRIES TO: Ukiah at San Rafael OFFICE PRODUCTS CENTER 1st 2nd 3n '25 $ 15 $ 10 425 Orchard Ave. Name— Address-— City Home Phone Work Phone . Ukiah Congratulations to last week's winners. The contest was screwy trom the start. We had three ties to make it even more bizarre. All three winners missed only one, the Ukiahi Wildcat game was the tie-breaker. Harold Leach, ot Ukiah, came in first. Mark Crook and Don Aldine, both from Ukiah, came in second and third respectively. EVERY WEEK RULES 1. On this page there are 12 3. In case of a tie, the games plus 1 Tie-Breaker, determining factor will be , fisted with their sponsors. the closer score predictions Select the teams you think of the tie breaker game will be the winners In each listed. game and list them on the entry blank. ^ Everyone except newspaper employees and 2. For your entry to be valid It their families are eligible must have the name of the to play. All entries must be sponsors listed as well as deposited at the local your choice of winning merchants pictured above teams. The person picking by Sp.m. Friday. Winners the most correct winners will be announced on out of 13 will win $25. Tuesday's Contest Page. 1. Auburn at North Carolina WE FEATURE LEVI 501'S AND PRE-WASH SOTS MacNabs MENSWEAR 462-2767 • Free Parking M*sb""# ,*;£"? j^awfr* 2. Boston College ot Pittsburgh ^ Kings Off ice Products Centers 3. B.Y.U. at Utah St. '87 CLEARANCE ON NOW! JANWAY UKIAH " i < i-ft > ft 111 North State Street • Downtown Ukiah 425 So. Orchard - Ukiah • 462-8844 OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS - FREE PARKING 170 So. Stale. Uluoh Co OPEN SUNDAY (707) 468-0091 5 . Florida State at Miami (Fla.) NATIONAL VIDEO CASSETTES 115 S. State St. UKIAH 468-8874 r'-SW „ BLANK TAPES Reg. $5" SAL! Limit 4 per person Ends 10-3 87 4, US.U.qt Florida 7. Nevada-Reno at Nevada Las Vegas Rod Uliesen motor Seles,INC. If we don't have it we will i^t-t it For the Biggest Selection of Books in Mendocino County Pear Tree Center - Ukiah 462-3577 r t t* i »y •n*ZKaraaKt~ •' ,«x~«--»-x 8. Georgia at Mississippi 6 Grumbling at Prairie View A&M MUELLER'S \/ictorSafi jewelers QUALITY YOU CAN 1KUSI THE PRICE YOU CAN TRUST THE PLACE YOU CAN TRUST SEE THE "RING LEADERS" JULIO AND DAVID North State Street • Crossroads Shopping Center • 462-4636 9. UCLA at Stanford CLEAN 1979 29 ft. COACHMAN TRAVEL TRAILER Ready To Go! ALL EXTRAS Top Air Cond. St. # 2084 P Special Sale Price > 699S OB 240 Ford Road 462-7556 behind ••ley'> In CroMraadt Shopping Center 10. Yale at Hawaii ii ISUZU 1400 Hastings Road • Ukiah 468-9215 • 800-352-5005 12. Potter Valley at Ferndale jgj single or multi-pack of cons or 2 Liter Bottles 11. Upper Lake at Willits SLOT CARS SALES'SERVICE'RACING I Hour FREE Track Time with 1 each car purchased.$3.00 VALUE OBBY SHOP& **^ Open AAon-Sat. 10-10 Sun. Noon-10 BASEBALL CARDS ft SUPPLIES BU Y- SELL- TRADE , Albertsons 17 Mark McGwire $ £ 5 0 STAR BASEBALL j any sioi car

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