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.More Snorts THE DAILY GLOBE, Iron wood, Ml — Wednesday, Sept. 2,1998 PageUp Cruz slams Tigers to win over Texas DETROIT (AP) — Deivi Cniz broke a tie with his first grand slam as Detroit beat the Texas Rangers 12-6 Tuesday night a few hours after Tigers manager Buddy Bell was fired and replaced on an interim basis by coach Larry Parrish. Will Clark and Ivan Rodriguez homered for the Rangers, who remained 2Vi games behind Anaheim in the AL West. Gonzalez raised his RBIs total to 144, tying the team record he set two years ago. With one out in the seventh, Cruz hit an 0-1 pitch off Danny Patterson — the sixth Texas pitcher. — that just got over the screen beyond the 365-foot sign in lower left field. Cruz, who also triple, drove in a career-high four runs to back Matt Anderson (3-1), the third Detroit pitcher. A.J. 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IP H R ER BB SO Burkett 2-3 5442 0 LtwiM 32-34 11 1 4 Fonaa 100013 Crmbtre.L.4-1 1 42200 Gundonon 0 01110 DPattonoc 12-344 4 0 2 Detroit PCactUlo 51-37 44 3 S BochU«r 11-30 1 0 1 1 MAdaoW.3 1 11-31 0 0 1 2 ToJoooa 2-33 3 3 20 BPowcU 0 00010 Sa«erS^ 1-300000 Crmbtrae pitched to 3 batten in the 7th, Gun- dcnon pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. BPowell pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. - WP—Poeaaa, Saffer. Umpire*—Home. Reilly; Tint. McClelland; Second, Hinehbeck; Third, Garcia. T—3:31. A—9.733 (48,945). lieved with the bases loaded in the ninth and got the final out for his second save. Tim Crabtree (4-1), who was responsible for two of the three runners Cruz drove in, was the loser. Juan Encarnacion and Damion Easley,homered in the eighth to make it 12-5. Yankee* 7, Athletics 0 As David Wells retired batter after batter, excitement filled Yankee Stadium with an eerie familiarity. Wells flirted with his second perfect game of the year, but settled for a two-hitter as New York beat Oakland. Wells, who retired al!27 Minnesota Twins on May 17 at Yankee Stadium, retired the first 20 batters before giving up a hit to Jason Giambi with two outs in the seventh. "About the third inaing, I turned to Coney (David Cone) and I said, This can't be happening," 1 Wejls said. Wells (17-2) hung an 0-2 cur- veball that Giambi hit softly into center field for a single. Twins 6, Devil Rays 5 10 innings Matt Lawton's two-run triple in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted Minnesota past Tampa Bay. With the Twins trailing 5-4, Roberto Hernandez (2-6) walked Pat Meares, and Otis Nixon followed with a bunt single. Lawton hit his game-winning triple off the glove of right fielder Rich Butler. Butler, recalled earlier in the day from Triple-A Durham, gave the Devil Rays a 5-4 lead in the top of the inning with a leadoff homer off Mike Trombley. Dan • Serafini (7-4) got one out for the victory. White Sox 9, Orioles 5 Albert Belle set a club record with his 42nd home run and drove in four runs as Chicago sent Baltimore to its ninth straight defeat. Belle's fourth-inning solo shot off Doug Drabek broke the White Sox single-season mark, set in 1993 by Frank Thomas. Tigers managerial history Winninf percentage* of Detroit Tiferi manager*, from be*t to wont, tine* 1901: Manager DkfcTraeemki BillyHitcbcock MickeyCochrane MayoSmith SteveO-Neill BillyMarlin BobSchcffing GeorgeS tailing* CharUeDraaen HughieJenningB DelBaker RedRalfe TyCobb Sparky And* no n LeaMoa* JimmyDykea Franks tiff BillyArmour GeorgeMoriarty JacfcTifhe BuckyHarria BillNormaa JoeSchulU JoeGordon EdBarruw RalphHouk Bobby Low. BuddyBeU FredHutchiaaon FrankDwyer Seaaon 1973 1960 1934-38 1967-70 1943-48 1971-73 1961-63 1901 1963-66 1907-20 1933; 38-42 1949-52 1921-26 1979-95 1979 1959-60 1966 1905-06 1927-28 1957-S8 1929-33; 55-S6 1958-59 1973 1960 1903-04 1974-78 1904 1996-98 1952-54 1902 Came* 2 1 710 648 923 461 383 135 410 2.103 675 534 923 2,579 53 233 79 302 307 203 1,073 122 19 '57 214 806 74 461 390 135 W 2 I 413 363 509 2f,3 210 74 221 1,131 358 278 479 1,331 27 118 40 150 150 99 616 58 9 26 97 363 30 184 155 52 L 0 0 297 285 414 208 173 61 189 317 256 444 1,248 26 115 39 152 157 104 S5T 64 10 31 117 443 44 277 235 83 Pet 1.000 1.000 .582 .660 .551 549 .548 .548 .539 .538 .630 .621 .519 .516 .509 .506 .506 .497 .489 .488 .481 .475 .474 .456 .453 .450 .405 .399 .397 .385 Players shocked DETROIT (AP) — Detroit players were shocked and saddened to learn the Tigers had fired manager Buddy Bell. "I think Buddy Bell deserved better than what he got," Bobby Higginson said. The Tigers, losers in 22 of their last 28 games and owners of the worst record in the American League, fired Bell. Vaara wins Gogebic title Guy Vaara came from behind to win the Gogebic Country Club championship, shooting a two- day two-over par 144 (74-70.) Vaara trailed by two strokes to Peter Ellos after the first day of competition. Ellos' 72 was also three shot* better than Ray ODea's first round. The second day saw rain and Vaara coming out of the pack, birdying New. 15 and 16. Vaara paired the final hole to finish ahead of Ellos, who finished with a 146 (72-74.) Other results included: Fir* FUffct - fir*. Cr«i« V*m11. 81-78( 159); Moxui, Kn Unoa. 8 1-8O4 181 .) flptaad Flight — 6rtt, Scott Laraoo. 9386-1179); weond. John Kimbail St.. 93-90(183.1 Chaavpioufclp Fttffat — firrt, Marko P«»Wuii 78-77-U55); tecacul, Gforf* BuUon. 82-SM163) Flr»t Plight — firrt, Gary Alkire, 87-77( 164); Mcood, Stan SerrU, 92-8O-( 172.) Talaska wins junior title Tom Talaska took the Gogebic Country Club Junior Championship with a two-day total 157 (82-75.) John Kimball Jr. was second with 159 (77-82.) Kimball took a four-stroke lead over Tripp McDonald on the first day of aompetition. Talaska came roaring back on Sunday for the win. McDonald ended up third at 163 (81-82), followed by Jay Milakovich at 175(89-86). ~ Other results included: Flr*t PU«bt — Drew McDonald 89-91-180, Tim Routheaux 97-68-185, Tony Ghetler Jr. 97-91-188, Brad Slempihar 105-95. Secoad- Flight (nine holes) — Anthony Loretti 48. Mike Pawlak 54. Evan Stephen* 56. Charlie Wawro 56, Jon Soderman 58, TravUTauer 67. Texas Rangers' Luis Altcea steals second base as Detroit Tiger shortstop Deivi Cruz tries to field a bad pickoff throw in the first inning Tuesday in Detroit. Comets take second straight WNBA title HOUSTON (AP) — Two-time WNBA MVP Cynthia Cooper scored 23 points and Sheryl Swoopes led a late second-half charge as the Houston Comets beat the Phoenix Mercury 80-71 Tuesday night to win their second league championship. Houston, which beat New York for the league's inaugural title last season, beat Phoenix in the best-of-3 series after- dropping the opener on the road. The Mercury led only once in the final game, but they cut Houston's lead to 62-61 with 7:40 to play. Swoopes made two free throws for a 64-61 lead and then she really put on a late show. Over a 32-second span, Swoopes fed Janeth Arcain for a layup then blocked a shot that led to her own basket at the other end. The lead 68-61 and the Mercury never got closer than four points the rest of the way. Tina Thompson had 16 points for Houston and Swoopes scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half. Michelle Griffiths led the Mercury~with 24 points. Green Bay signs QB Mirer GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Quarterback Rick Mirer will go back to basics as he joins the Green Bay Packers as another backup to starter Brett Fuvre. The Packers say the first step for their new No. 3 signal-caller is learning the team's West Coast style of offense and breaking any bad habits he's picked up over the years. Mirer, the second overall pick in the 1993 draft out of Notre Dame, was released Sunday by the Chicago Bears. ^ He had signed a $10 million, three-year contract with Chicago in February 1997 but couldn't hold the starting job and wouldn't agree on a pay cut to stay with the Bears. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Mirer starred with Seattle as a rookie before his career began-a nosedive. By 1996, he was the league's lowest-rated passer. Then came the trade to the Bears. Doug Pederson is Green Bay's No. 2 quarterback. With the addition of Mirer, rookie Matt Hasselbeck is expected to be released and added to the practice squad if no one claims him. The Packers also said Tuesday that center Mike Flanagan would be returning because his trade to the Carolina Panthers was canceled Tuesday after he failed a team physical. Flanagan, 24, has had six oper- ations'since breaking his right leg in two places. Sports Briefs Cook-Paulson-Bolton-Dean win The foursome of James Cook, Brian Paulson, Dick Bolton and Jimmy Dean fired a three-under par score of 32 to win the llth annual Knights of Columbus Nine-hole Golf Scramble at the Gogebic Country Club. They were followed closely by three other teams 33s, including Bob Carlson, Amy Mazzon, Bernard McQuiggin and Bill Tippett; Tom Yelich, Jim Usitalo, Don Rundquist and John Sokol; and a team from the Elk & Hound Restaurant. Council 1396 officials thank all the businesses and individuals who donated prizes or time to make the event successful. Tip-off Tournament slated WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield Cardinals will host the annual girls' basketball Tip-off Tournament Thursday through Saturday. Junior varsity action begins Thursday with Marenisco playing Bessemer at 5:30 p.m. Wakefield's jayvee plays Ironwood's freshmen at 7. Varsity play starts Friday when Dollar Bay plays Bessemer at 5 p.m. and Marenisco takes on Wakefield at 6:30. Saturday will see four games. The jayvee consolation game is at 1 p.m., followed by the jayvee championship at 2:30. The varsity consolation is at 5:30 and the championship is set for 7. ~ >» Horseshoe tourney planned Rigonfs Bar of Ironwood will host a horseshoe tournament Saturday at 1 p.m. A draw for partners will be held. Speed Girls stumble at WIC STAMBAUGH — Bessemer opened its season against a well- oiled machine and came away losing to West Iron County 51-35 Tuesday. It was the Wykons third game. They may be the best Class C team in the Upper Peninsula," said Bessemer coach Jim Partanen. They're big and physical. They played really well, especially Allegra Saving (13 points) and Jenny Simmons (10 points.) They had played three games. That really made a difference as we made first-game mistakes." Daily Globe Scoreboard Michigan Prep Basketball Carney 41, Cook< Big Bay de Noc 36 D«TourS3, Engadirx 49 Houfhton 61. B«r«g» 32 Iron Mta N Ehektruon S3, Norway 47 Iron River We« Iron County 51, Bea*ern«r 35 Ironwood 6fi, Wakefield 5 1 lahpeming Wertwood 52, Kinffi- L'AnM 60, Chauel! 40 MarqucUe S3, Giadjitone 47 M«nonun«* 40. Gwmn 37 Iiutuaiac43, E ben 33 • Mtuk rUifhu 2, Covert 0, forfe.it Ootoaacon 59. MarehiKO 27 Rapid River 6fl. Rock-Mid Peninsula IS St I«na<a 76. CedarvilU 47 Sault Sit Marie 73, New berry 29 StaphenaoD 45, Bark River-llama 39 WNBA Playoffs Ch*mplon*hip f*«rie< (Be»t-of-S> Thurtdar.Auf 27 Phoenii 54, HouiUn 51 AatMrday, Au«. 29 Hoojlon 74. Phoenii 69j OT Tueadajr, ffept. I Itoujton SO, Phoeni* 71, Hou«ton win* aeh«il 2- New Orleana at Si Louia, 1:01 p m Pituhur^h at BallirrMire, 1:01 p m Seattle at PhJlaJe.lphia, 1:01 p.m. Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 1:01 p m. Ter.nt-.sse.e al Cincinnati, 1.01 p m Waahington at New York GianU, 1:01 pm. A/iTOna at Dallaa, 4.05 p m. Buffalo at Ran Diego, 4:15 p.m. Miami at Indianapolia, 4:15 p m. New York Jeta at San Franciaco, 4 15 p m Oakland at Kanaai City. 820 p m Monday'B Game New Knjland at Denver. 8:20 p m Baseball American League Eaut Diviaion W L Pet. GB Chicago Whit« 9oi 9, Baltimore 5 Toronto 2. Kanau City 1 Detroit 12,TeiajS Cleveland 7, Anaheim 6 Minneaola 6. Tampa Pay .S, 10 in ninga Wedavsday'a Gcmea Seattle (Suiukj 0-0) at Hr.sl.in (Avery 9-6), 7:05 p m Texaa (Helling 16-7} at DeUnil (Moehler 12-11), 7:05 p m. Chie«sro White So« (Snyder 42) at BalUmora (Ponaon 7-fi), 7:05 p m Anaheim (Spurka 8-2) at Cleveland (Colon 13-7). 735 p m Oakland I He r erf i a 2 Ol at Yankees (Cone 1B-4), 7:35 p.m Toronto [Escobar 3-2) at Kanaax CilylRoaado7.10!,805 p m. Tampa Bay (Alvarez 5 11) at Min- neaola iliaw»in» 7-12), H 05 p m National League ivision NY NFL* Bmndmy't G»a»e« Atlanta at Carolina. 1 01 p m OeLroit at Unvn Bay, 101pm Jackawnvill* at Chicago. 101 p m y New York KoaU>n Toronto Baltimore TampaB •r 39 80 72 69 53 37 56 66 69 84 728 5H8 522 5OO 387 — 19 28 31 46'^) Central Diviaion Cleveland KjtniajC Chicago ity Minneaota Detroit W 76 64 M 61 53 L 61 74 75 76 85 Pet. 555 464 457 445 384 CB 12'/i 1 ,1 ','j 15 23 '/> Wavt Diviaion Anaheim Teiaa Scaltl* W 7« 73 63 L 63 65 74 Prt. 547 529 460 GB 2'/i 12 Atlanta NewYork Itiila Montreal Florida Ce Houston Chicago St 1.0ULI Pill Cm Milwaukee W 91 76 66 53 47 L 48 63 7:i 87 92 ntrail Divi W 87 77 6« r,4 65 64 L 52 fi2 72 72 74 74 Pet. .r,55 547 475 379 33H aioa Pet. 626 554 .478 .471 468 464 C;B _ if, 25 38'-; 44 GB — 10 2f> '•'.( 21 'V '2'2 22',-j W«a* Dlviaioo SanDiegTj SK LA Colorado Arizona W 90 75 «9 1.4 54 L 49 64 70 75 85 Pet. 647 540 4<«; 4«t 3HK GB l.'i 21 L'fi :ifi [x>n An |(f 1" 1. PhiUdtlphJt 2 Kan [>ii-co9, N Y Met* 8 Sun FrHnciico 9, Montreal 7 W«*dn*»d»y'« (>ame* Cincinnati (b^rft 1-0) at Chicago rutj;«iTr»crivl U-7), 2.20 p m. Munlrr:i1 (Vazquez 4-lil) at San Francisco (Ru^tfr 13-9). 3:35 p.m. St I^uis (Merckrr 8-11) «t Florid.* 'Sanchfz rt-7*. 7.0. r > p m. Arizona <l^nf« 11-13) it IMU- t>uri,-ti (DcniM-nn 2-21, 7 05 p.m. Houxton '.li.hrni.n .VI) at Atlanta i.Miirldux 17-«). 7:40 p m Colorado (AMacio 11-13) at Milwaukee Irtr-iuf ^-1), KM p.m. Philadelphia (Orwn 6-8) it 1.™ Anj{rlf» I IVri-l 7-13). 10 .'IS p m. N V Mi'U (Rcynr>«o 5-1) at San 16-il), 10.35 p m Wild Card Race American League W L Pet. fiB Itn.iUm HO Mi 5ftfi — T.-n.vi 73 SS 529 8 OikUnd &1 76 4.V1 1.1 jr-ctmrh^ playoff b*rth • N.Y .Seattle 7,Bo«ton3 Arironn 4 Pill*hurtfh -'1 St l»ui»7, FLon.U 1 Allftnt* ft, H pun ton 4 Chtcagr] Cut>* fi, ('innnn*li . r » Colorado .2, Milwnukrr 1 National [**agu» W L Pet. GB ChirHKii 77 62 . r >. r ,4 - Ni'wYnrk 7(5 <;:! ,547 I SanKran 7. r . M S40 2 League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE HOME HUNS.-McOwire. St l-tjuiy .1(, Soda, ChicajfO, ,V r i; <;Vaii k 'hp, S.in [hfirn. 47;. (lulnr- rri^'n. Atlanta. 42, CaAtilla, Coltira- dii, :1M, Alou. llnunton, ,1H, VT.uerre- rn. Montreal. .1,1 AMERICAN LEAGUE HOME RUNS-OilTfy Jr. Seattie. 47. Relic, C.bicugn, <2. RPal- meirn. Hji](.imi)ro, 41, Ju(«onz«tez, Tf\,\f. M, AKodngun, Seattle,, 3ft; ('*n-w-co. Toronto, ,'J7. M Ramirez, Cleveland, .'M, MVautfhn, fronton, :u • Bessemer stayed with the Wykons early, but fell off at the end of the second quarter. WIC led 19-16 with three minutes left in the half and outscored Bessemer 10-3 before intermission. The Wykons maintained a lead throughout the second half. The Speed Girls got as close aa six points. Senior Angela Merconti led the Speed Girls with 11 points. WIC outboarded Bessemer 3024, including nine from Saving. Bessemer sophomore Katherine Adams led her team with seven. "Katherine played very well for her first varsity game," said Partanen. The Wykons shot 21-5S for 40 percent. Bessemer was 15-42 for 36 percent. Bessemer plays Dollar Bay Friday night at 5 p.m. as part of the Tip-off Tournament in Wakefield. Beaeemer — Angela Merconti 5012-11, Rachel Fertile 000 1-0, Kann Rorxim 1 0 0 3-2. Jdclyn B«B<-au 1 0 0 1-2, Jewie Peterion 000 0-0, Heidi Kem 000 1-0, B^.cky Londo 0 0 0 0-0. Jamie Han»«n 000 0-0, Nicol* R»co- vitim 1 1 0 1-5, Adriajine, Prt«r»on 301 3-7, Kathrruif Adam» 3021-8, Opal Elliaon 000 0-0, Nicole L«Rocjue 000 0-0 Totalr 14 1 4-14 1335. We*t Iron County — Jenny Sinirnoni 4 0 2 2-10, K. Lindheck 1003-2. Allegr* Saving 6 0 1 2-13, Sandy S^fTord 305 1-11, Tn»U Willi 100 0-2. J. Burklunil 000 0-0, S, Ri«Serg 1000-2, L. Melchioh 1 1 0 1-5, L. B«t- terWk 000 1-0. J. V«thj« 2003-4, J. M«tt- uon 1 0 0 0-2, S. Kunchyniki 0000-0 Total* 20 1 8-14 1351 Quarter*: Bewvroer K 19 27 35 W«it Iron 9 29 40 51 Ontonagon 59, Marenisco 27 ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon girls basketball team opened it season with a 59-27 win over Marenisco here Tuesday. "We had good first and third quarters," said Ontonagon coach Dick Franti. The Gladiators pressed early and built an 18-3 lead. "After that, we mixed up our defenses and tried some other things," said Franti. "I think both teams were a little nervous going in and the early lead helped us to settle down and relax." Megan Weisinger led the Glads with 17 points. Kristina Pattison added 16. They shot the ball pretty well," said Franti. Amanda Kumma led the Mill- towners with seven points. Ontonagon (1-0) is at Jeffers Tuesday for a Copper Country Conference game. Marenisco (0-1) plays Wakefield in the Tip-off Tournament at Wakefield Friday. Mareniaco"— Jennifer Gagnon 000 1-0, Jamie Bouvette 100 1-2, Ronnie Powell 101 0-3, Jeuica Ryakey 202 2-6, Staccy Sandquiat 000 0-0, Carrie Miller 201 0-5, Cathy Ingham 001 1-1, Tanya Carlaon 000 1-0, Amanda Kumma 301 3-7, Erica Ryakey 0030-3,909-14924. Ontonagon — Chriatia Walter* 100 0-2, Angie Peaka 000 0-0, Nikki Dupie 3001-6, Tina Komula 300 2-6, Megan Wciainger 416 3-17, Krutma Pattiaon 422 2-16. Michelle Schmau* 100 1-r. Sandy Johnaton 100 3-2, J*cki* KUlorac 0000-0 Jenny Rogan 200 3-4, Jenny Drew 2001-4, Total 21 3 8-12 16 59. Quarters: Mareniaco Ontonagon 3 14 17 27 18 30 46 59 Nimrod girls work towards bigger, better things in 1998 WATERSMEET — The Watersmeet Nimfods begin their girls basketball season at Painsdale against Jeffers Thursday. The Nimrods are small in size and number, but not resolve. They have some experienced talent returning from last year's 5-17 team and look to improve. "We have some talent, but putting it all together to play as a team is something we have to work out," said coach Kathleen McGrath. "These girls have played a lot together, so I'm looking forward to a good year." Leadership will come from 5-5 senior guard Kim Stockero. She is quick and averaged 12 points, three steals and five assists last year. McGrath also looks for leadership from junior forward Amber Pairolero (5-6.) She averaged 10 rebounds and 11 points in 1997. Other returning members of the varsity include senior forward Latoya Freeman and junior guard-forward Jessica Casarez. The rest of the varsity includes: junior guard Kristin Kernppam- en, junior forward Lilly Williams, junior guard Jennifer Farrier and sophomore forward Erin McGeshick. Height will be a shortcoming of the Nimrods this year. "We are a very short team. Our tallest player is 5-6," said McGrath. "We're going to take one game at a time. We have the talent, but lack the height and speed. We can be competitive with most teams if we play as a team." McGrath sees a lot of talent across the Porcupine Mountain Conference. The PMC is wide open. We hope to be competitive," said McGrath. "All teams have talent with good inside and outside players. There should be many close games." Sept. 3 Sept 8 S«pt. 10 Kopt. 15 S»pt. 17 Sept 22 S«pl 29 Ocl 1 — Oct.fi — Oct. 8 — (kt 13- Oct 1ft Oct. M- Ort 37 Oct 29 Nov 5 — Nov 10- 8CHEDULJI - It Jtffcrl - Marvniaeo — «l Republic — It Reu*mer — It Marenifco — CryrUI Fllli — Ewen-TC «-. Ch.Mell Wake, field tt Marenaico - Ironwood - Ch..,ell -atWik*fle!d -itCrytUl Fill, -it Ewen-TC Bea*emer - Repuhlic

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