Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on August 5, 1987 · Page 11
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.THE UKIAH DAILY JOURHAL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5,1*17- 11 National League Roundup • ^i^^j^jmmn ; . I , Expos rally past Cardinals Rams, Broncos enjoying London AP Sports It vcas do or die time for Tim Raines and the Montreal Expos, and both came out alive and kicking against the St. Louis Cardinals. Raines singled to spark a four- run fifth inning and hit a two-run homer in the sixth as Montreal rallied from a five-run deficit to beat St. Louis 10-5 at Olympic Stadium Tuesday night. The loss reduced the Cardinals' lead to 5Vi games over second- place New York in the National League East The Expos are third, six games back. 'It was t very important game for us because we would have been eight games out if we lost," Raines said. "And it would have left us with no chance to win this series, which we felt we had to." The Montreal bullpen turned in an excellent performance with Bob McClure, 5-1, pitching three innings of one-hit ball and Jeff Parrett tossing four perfect innings for his fourth save. Elsewhere, New York beat Philadelphia 5-3, Chicago edged Pittsburgh 3-2 in 11 innings, Cincinnati pounded Los Angeles 10-4, Houston defeated San Francisco 5-4, and Atlanta outlasted San Diego 12-7. The Expos, who snapped a three- game losing streak, were trailing 5-2 when Raines opened the fifth with a single. Mitch Webster and SCOREBOARD Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Ltuto NOT York Montraal PhllaSalphla Pittsburgh W L 88 40 60 46 SB 40 55 51 53 62 48 60 DMalan W L 57 50 S3 S3 48 47 39 53 54 58 58 67 Cincinnati Houtton San Franolico Lot Angalat Atlanta San Dlago TuMdM'a Cincinnati 10. Ufa Ant. Mcntraal 10. St. Loufc 5 Naw York 5. Philadelphia 3 Chicago 3. PMiburgh 2, 11 Inning* Atlanta 12. San Dtago 7 Houtton 5, San Frandaoo 4 Pet. OB .619 — .566 SM .562 6 .519 10H .SOS 12 .434 1BH Pet. OB .533 — .500 3tt .495 4 .453 8H .448 9 .368 17* Hubie Brooks walked to load the bases and Tim Wallach drove in Raines with an infield out. Andres Galarraga singled in Webster and Vance Law drove home Brooks with a base hit off starter Lee Tunnell, 4-3. Galarraga also scored on the play as third baseman Terry Pendleton made a wild throw trying to get Law going into second. The Expos added three runs in the sixth, two on Raines' 11th home run and one on Law's sacrifice fly. Mett 5, PhllllM 3 Dwtaht Gooden pitched six- hit ban for eight innings and struck out a season-high 11 as New York defeated visiting Philadelphia for the ninth time in 11 games this season. , It was the Mets' seventh victory in their last eight games and the Phillies' fourth straight loss. Gooden, 9-3, walked three and the strikeouts marked the 33rd time he has been in double figures in his career, but only, the, second time in 13 starts this year. Howard Johnson hit a two-run double in the eighth to give the Mets a 5-1 lead. Cuba 3,. Pirates 2 Andre Dawson hit his 32nd home run of the season in the 11th inning to lift Chicago over OMaton W L Pet. OB Mlnnewta 57 61 .528 — Oakland 55 si .519 1 California 55 52 .514 1H Kanta* CHy 63 53 .500 3 Saattla si 55 .411 S !«»«• SO 55 .476 SM ChlcllSO , ^_ 43 81 -«13 12 0-tand .. SaStt'' °"~ awvwrt j Toronto 4, CMeaoo 1 Mlrwaukaa 9. Baltlmora I, 12 Innlnga BoMon I. Taxaj • * Calrlorma 12, Mkinaaota 3 host Pittsburgh. It was only the third victory in 11 games for the Cubs against the last-place Pirates. Dawson's homer equals! his career high set in 1983 with Montreal. Leading off the 11th, he hit an 0-1 pitch from reliever Brett Gideon, 1-2, deep into the lower right-field seats. Mike Mason, called up earlier in the day from Class AAA Iowa, pitched two scoreless innings for the victory to improve to 3-1. Reds 10, Dodgers 4 Bo Diaz continued his hot hitting against Los Angeles, driving in tour runs with a pair of homers to pace Cininnati. Diaz hit a solo homer in the second inning off Tim Leary and a three-run homer in the fifth off Rick Honeycutt to help left- hander Guy Hoffman, 8-6, secure his first victory since July 3. Hoffman had lost his four previous decisions and was 1 -5 in his last eight starts. Diaz is hitting .429 with four homers and 11 doubles against the Dodgers this season. Braves 12, Padras 7 Ken Oberkfell drove In four runs and Dale Murphy added a three-run homer, leading host Atlanta over San Diego despite seven runs batted in by John Kruk. AP Sports LONDON — As Eric Dickerson makes his way around London, seeing the sights and playing a little football, he is a reluctant Los Angeles Ram. His $1 million-a-year contract is among the biggest in the National Football League, but he says it's not big enough. Money is not the only problem for Dickerson, though. The NFL season record-holder for rushing yards is far from thrilled . .XMU starting the exhibition season so far away from home. Tjavel in general, and stories Branly ph WCIark 1b RThptn 2b Urlba (i Spalar ph Spllmn ph Kutchar •» Downi p JRobntn p Ynobld ph Lanartt p Mllnar cf Tatala 1000 4 1 i 1 3100 2000 0000 1011 0000 2000 0000 1011 0000 0000 12 4 7 4 QDavli 1b 4 0 1 1 Walling 3b 2000 Camlnlt 3b 2 0 1 0 CRanldt n 2 0 0 0 Knappar p 2 1 1 Chlldrn p Maadt p Lopai pn Hathcck p DSmlth p 0 0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 Tatala 12 no s Angata 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE Naw York Toronto Datrolt Mllwaukaa Sot Ion BaHlmora Clavaland W 64 43 63 43 SB 44 S3 51 SO 56 ..._ .... 46 58 .453 1SK 39 67 .368 24H Pet. QB .598 — .594 H .573 3 .610 OH .472 Saattla (Bankhaad 7-6) at Oakland (Rl]o Mlnnatota (Blylavan 10-6) at California (RauM 3-1 or Candalaria 5-3) Naw York (Quldry 3-4 or Arntbarg 0-0) at Clavaland (Nlakro 7-10), (n) ' Kaniaa City (Sabarhagan 15-6) at Da- iroK (Tarrall 8-8). (n) Toronto (Kay 12-6) at Chicago (Dotton *•'). (n) OJANT9-A8TBOB BOX BAN FRAN HOUSTON a» i h M ab r h bl Aldrata rf 4000 QYoung cf 4 1 2 0 Mltchll 3b 4 1 2 1 Hatchar If 4 1 1 1 Laonard If 4 1 1 0 Doran 2b 3121 CDavli cf 3000 Blancln 2b 0 1 0 0 Qarralta p 0 0 0 0 Athby c 4022 Malvln c 3000 Bati rf 4000 '•an Franelaea Hauatan . 100 DOS 011-6 Qama Winning RBI — QDavli (9). E-Oowni 2. LOB^«an Frarchoo 3. Houaton S. 2B—Knappar, WCIark. HR— Mftehal (13)T 88—Uooart 2 (141. SIP H ~•an Franelaea Down* 51-36 JRoWnton 2-3 o Latlant L.2-4 1 1-3 3 - - 2-3 . . M iRBl BO Qarraltt ChlSratt 1 4 0 1 0 62-3 S 0 2 1-3 0 Haathcoek W.1-1 1 o DSmlth 8,19 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 T— 2:38. A— 22,607. PRO PAY: What NFL players Anraft Salary (UN) Quarterback Running back Defensive lineman . Linebacker ' Wide receiver Offensive lineman, Defensive back Kicker Tight end Punter $333,591 $229,304 $229,984 $197,819 $197,173 $194,709 $177,981 $198,292 $194,909 $107,399 ATHLETICS-IIANNEm BOX SEATTLE OAKLAND abrnfel abrhW DNIxon cf 3 1 1 1 Polonla rf 5110 PBradly If 5 1 1 1 Lanifrd 3b 4 2 2 0 ADavli 1b 4021 Oallago 3b 1000 Pratlay 3b 4 o 0 0 Cantaco If 5232 B»mo» 3b 0000 McOwlr 1b4 1 2 2 Mtthwt dh 4 0 1 0 SHndin dh 2 0 0 0 Klngary rf 3 0 0 0 MDavia dh 1 1 0 1 Vaira c 4000 Stalnbch c 4 0 2 2 Oulnont 11 4 0 1 0 Barnzrd 2b 4 0 0 0 Raynldt 2b 4 1 3 0 Murphy cf '2 1 0 0 Griffin *« 4100 Tetala 15 1 9 1 Totala 16 110 7 Baattto • 000 010 200— » Oakland 000 252 OOx-9 Qima Winning RBI — McQwIra (7). E-fraatoy 2. Murphy, RaynoMa. DP— Oakland V. LOB— Saattla 9, CyKlane 8. 2B-McQ*Hra,Raynoldi > ADavfc. 8B-CanMCO(11) DNIxon (16), S-ONhon. Sf— MoQwrt, MDtvto. IP H R ER BB BO 42-3 5 1 1-3 4 2 1 Quatarmn L.8-3 Shlckjt RThomaa Oakland Ontlvaroa W.6-6 7 832 Rodrlguaz 2 100 WF—Shlaldt. RThomaa c. Umplraa—Home, Mandry; Flnt, Evana; Second, Cou tint; Third, Johnion T—2:40. A —10,335. 3 2 2. about terrorism in Europe in particular, upset him, he said. "It's fear about coming over here," Dickerson said Tuesday as the Rams and the Denver Broncos opened training for the second American Bowl NFL exhibition game at Wembley Stadium. "There's a lot of things going on in a lot of these countries," Dickerson said. "I don't want to be in the middle of a bombing or a shooting. I'm not saying it's going to happen, but it could happen. "It's not like playing in Beirut, but it's not like home, either." Dickerson was the lone dissent- ing voice heard on the first of six days of what Denver quarterback John Elway said would be "like a vacation." Coaches Dan Reeves of the Broncos and John Robinson of the Rams said they were cutting back practice to a single session each day, rather than the two-a-day schedule followed in early training camps back home. The players will be given plenty of time for sightseeing on what for many is their first trip abroad, and Reeves and Robinson said that was the best way to approach Sunday's game. You're Invited To Attend ENDEAVOR HOMES' OWNER/BUILDER WALL RAISER Construction Beginning Saturday and Sunday/ Aug. 8th & 9th Starts E? rly Come see for yourself how people are building their own homes while saving $Thousands$. Be your own contractor, do some or all the work. Many plans to choose from. Your custom plans are welcome. Factory Rep's on hand to answer questions. Bring your Plans — Bring your Dreams! We Help From Finance to Finish. COMPLETE OWNER/BUILDER CONSTRUCTION AND PERMANENT FINANCE AVAILABLE. . PLAN TO ATTEND! FOLLOW THE SIGNS SITE 401 POMO t N POMO LANE UKIAH If you can't make the wall raiser but would like more information, contact: ENDEAVOR HOMES, 401 Porno Lane North, Ukiah, CA 95482 (707) 462-2769 Name '. Phone . Address City ' Zip. Own a lot? Yes No Need financing? Yes No 1987 REDWOOD EMPIRE FAIR AUGUST 13-16 ONE TICKET DOES IT ALL GATE FEE INCLUDESALL GRANDSTAND AND GROUNDS ENTERTAINMENT 1055 NO. STATE STREET • UKIAH *5°° ADULT GATE ADMISSION AGE 7-12 —$3.00 6AND UNDER —FREE JERRY REED Co-Sponsored by KI AH 7:00 & 9:00 pm FREE GRANDSTAND THURSDAY-AUGUST 13 JOURNAL DAY AT THE FAIR CARNIVAL RIDE SPECIAL W.95 ALL YOU CAN RIDE 5:00 to CLOSING TERRY STOKES, HYPNOTIST 6:00 & 8:00 pm WILLOW TREE STAGE PAUL REVERE t THE RAIDERS 7:00 & 9:00 pm FREE GRANDSTAND TftlDAY • AUGUST 14 DR. PEPPER KIDS DAY KIDS FREE NOON TO6:00 pm RONALD MCDONALD • ?:oo pm TERRY STOKES, HYPNOTIST 6:30 & 8:30 pm WILLOW TREE STAGE 4X4 PULL Co-Sponsored by Stroh's 7:30 pm FREE GRANDSTAND SATURDAY-AUGUST 15 JACKPOT ROPING JR. LIVESTOCK AUCTION FREE DANCE 9:00 pm - RACINE PAV. TERRY STOKES, HYPNOTIST 6:30 & 8:30 pm WILLOW TREE STAGE DESTRUCTION DERBY 7:00 pm FREE GRANDSTAND SUNDAY • AUGUST 16 SENIOR CITIZENS DAY FREE ADMISSION FOR SENIORS SPECIAL PROGRAM-2:00pm UOCAL TALENT REVUE 3:00 to 7:00 pm WILLOW TREE STAGE FREE AATABUSTOTHE FAIR • Every 15 minutes on State St., E. Gobbi, Orchard, '^-J, Orr & Brush Sis. BUS SPONSORED BY: Bank of America, Home Federal Sayings, Savings Bank ot Mendo. Co., Wftls Ftrfo Bjnk, WestAmerica Bank, Redwood Empire Fair and Allied Savings Bank. *****************************************^*****^**^ - JETTS PETTING ZOO * PROF. MARVEL-Magic * LLOYD MABREY, Ball.deer* HAL AGIN, Couiiuy riuwcwn - EXHIBITS * CARNIVAL * CONCESSIONS *

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