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14 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Monday, July 17, 1989 BASEBALL Major League standings National League Rose goes to bat to move his court case Royals' manager, noted the home run and the stolen base that Oakland slugger Jose Canseco had the other night in his first game this season and said, "He's already in the 1-1 club, and he's played only one game Canseco, who has been out with a wrist Injury, became the first major-leaguer to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases last season. Up and down The Los Angeles Dodgers recalled Ramon Martinez from Albunuernue of the Pacific CaasA I-earue and asked waivers on left-handed reliever Ricky Horton for the purpose of giving him his an unconditional release. Martinez is 1-0 with the Dodgers this year, pitching a complete game shutout on June 5 at Atlanta. He is East Division W L Pet OB HO llfMk Homo Any Montrool 62 39 .671 7-3 Won 1 25-17 27-22 NewVork 47 41 .634 3V 6-4 Loll 1 27-13 20-28 Chicago 42 .633 3V 6-4 tool 3 23-22 26-20 Sltoula 46 41 .629 4 7-8 Loot 1 27-21 16-20 Pirateo 37 60 .426 13 4-6 Loal 2 19-23 16-27 Philadelphia 34 64 .386 16' 6-5 Loal 1 20-28 14-29 Waal Divlalon W L Pet OB L10 Btrlc Home) Away San Francisco 64 37 .693 6-4 Won 2 31-15 23-22 Houston 61 40 .660 3 5-5 Won 1 25-22 26-18 Cincinnati 45 46 .495 9 3-7 Loal 1 24-22 21-24 San Diego 45 47 .489 9' 5-5 Won 3 22-20 23-27 Los Angeles 42 49 .462 12 2-6 Won 1 25-22 17-27 Atlanta 38 63 .418 16 4-6 Won 1 22-27 16-26 American League Eaal Diviaion W L Pet OB LIP Btr fc Home Away Baltimore 51 38 .573 6-4 Won 3 27-20 24-16 New York 46 45 .505 6 6-4 Won 1 25-22 21-23 Boston 43 44 .494 7 6-6 Lost 2 21-21 2223 Toronto 44 47 .484 6 6-4 Lost 1 22-25 22-22 Cleveland 43 46 .483 6 7-3 Won 3 24-22 19-24 Milwaukee 42 49 .462 10 4-6 Loal 4 24-22 18-27 Detroit 32 57 .360 19 1-9 Won 1 18-27 14-30 Waal Diviaion W L Pet OB HO troak Home) Away California 53 36 .596 6-4 Loal 3 30-17 23-19 Oakland 54 38 .587 V 4-6 Won 1 30-16 24-22 Kansas City 51 40 .660 3 6-4 Losl 1 30-11 21-29 Texas 48 42 .633 5V 4-6 Lost 3 23-17 25-25 Seattle 45 45 .500 8V 8-2 Lost 1 25-20 20-25 Minnesota 43 48 .473 11 2-8 Won 2 23-23 20-26 Chicago 36 56 .391 18' 4-6 Won 4 18-28 16-28 expected to start tonight against the Chicago Cubs. At Albuquerque, Martinez was 10-2 with a 2.79 ERA. Horton was 0-0 with a S.06 ERA. After being acquired in a trade which sent Shawn Hillegas to the ; Chicago White Sox on August 31 last year, Horton was ' 1-1 with a 5.00 ERA in 12 games with the Dodgers. ' Eric King was activated from the 15-day disabled 1 list by the Chicago White Sox, who sent pitcher John t From wlrs dispatches COLUMBUS, Ohio Pete Rose's lawyers head back to court today to file papers with a federal judge who is deciding which court system will decide the fate of the Cincinnati Reds manager. Rose's lawyers have until noon to file their brief with U.S. District Judge John D. Holschuh, who will decide whether Rose's lawsuit against Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti should be decided in a state or a federal court. Holschuh's office said the Judge won't have a decision Monday. There's no indication when he may rule. Rose's lawyers want the case returned to Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Norbert A. Nadel in Cincinnati, who granted Rose a temporary restraining order last month. Nadel's order prevented Giamatti from holding a hearing with Rose on allegations and evidence that the manager bet on his own team, an offense that carries a possible lifetime ban from the game. Nadel also barred Giamatti and the Reds from suspending Rose or taking any other action against him. A state appeals court declined to hear baseball's appeal of the order, saying it had no jurisdiction to consider a temporary restraining order. Baseball's lawyers then turned to the federal court system, asking Holschuh to move the case to federal court Holschuh could decide to keep the case and hear it, or send it back to Nadel for a hearing on an injunction that would extend Rose's protections. The manager wants the court, not Giamatti, to determine whether he bet on baseball. Rose is protected from any disciplinary action by Giamatti or the Reds for three days after Holschuh decides the jurisdiction question. Steinbrenner loses track NEW YORK George Steinbrenner appears to be so bent on criticizing Peter Ueberroth now that Ueberroth is no longer commissioner that the Yankees owner is beginning to attribute to him actions with which he had nothing to do. NOTEBOOK Steinbrenner's latest criticism of the former commissioner stemmed from the change of the Yankees' home game last Thursday from a day game to a night game so it could be ABC's nationally televised game. Steinbrenner, who said the change would prevent campers in the New York area from attending the game, blamed Ueberroth for giving the networks that right in the television contracts. The only problem with that criticism was that Ueberroth wasn't yet the commissioner when the existing television contracts were negotiated in 1983. 'Since topped by Nolan Ryan' In his last start before the All-Star Game break, Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers struck out 12 California Angel batters. It was the 189th time in his career Ryan reached double figures In strikeouts in a game, a major league record. No one but Sandy "Koufax has done it even half as many times as Ryan, who surpassed Koufax as the major-league leader 12 years ago, when Ryan struck out 10 or more batters in a game 20 times during the 1977 season with the California Angels. In his 12 years in the major leagues with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers (1955-66), Koufax struck out at least 10 batters in a game 97 times, which is 92 behind Ryan's total and widening. Ryan has also surpassed Koufax in most games with at least 10 strikeouts during a season, 23 to 21, having achieved that distinction in 1973, in 39 starts with the Angels. Ryan, 42, also holds the major-league mark for most games with 15 or more strikeouts, 23, with 19 of those games being pitched for the Angels from 1972 to 1979. In second place? Who else? Koufax, who did it eight times, one of the many lines on his career scorecard that reads, "Since topped by Nolan Ryan." One and only Kansas City, Mo. John Wathan, the Kansas City uavis outngni to uass aaa Vancouver ot tne pacific Coast League. King, 4-8 with a 4.00 ERA, was disabled June 9 with a bruised right shoulder. He made two starts at Sarasota of the Class A Florida State League while on a 20-day rehabiliation assignment. Davis, who had been with the White Sox since June 19, was 0-1 with one save and a 4.50 ERA. The Geveland Indians took right-handed pitcher Tom Candiotti off the disabled list and optioned righthander Rod Nichols to Class AAA Colorado Springs. Candiotti (7-6) was scheduled to pitch today at Minnesota. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list July 2 because of weakness in a rotator cuff muscle in his right shoulder. Nichols appeared in one game for the Indians, pitching two-thirds of an inning and giving up three earned runs. He was 6-1 with a 4.10 ERA in eight starts at Colorado Springs before being called up to take Candiotti's place temporarily. National League Sunday's results San Francisco 3 Pirates 1 -Montreal 6 Cincinnati 3 San Diego 4 Chicago 3 Atlanta 6 New York 2 Los Angeles 3 St. Louis 2 Houston at Philadelphia, ppd. rain. -12 innings. Twaday'a echodulo Pirates at San Diego, 10:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Cincinnati, 7:35 p.m. Atlanta at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. Houston at New York, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. St. Louisat San Francisco. 10:35 p.m. Saturday' resulla San Francisco 8 Ptratea 3 Cincinnati 5 Montreal 3 Houston 9 Philadelphia 6 New York 6 Atlanta 4 San Diego 3 Chicago 2 SI. Louis 2 Los Angeles 0 American League Sunday' result -New York 10, Kansas City 1 Baltimore 3 California 2 Cleveland 11 Texas 5 Detroit 8 Seattle 5 Oakland 6 Toronto 2 '-Minnesota 4 Boston 3 Chicago 2 Milwaukee 0 -6V Innings, rain. -11 Inning. Tuoeday'e achwdulB Seattle at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m. Oakland at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. California at Toronto, 7:35 p.m. Cleveland at Minnesota, 6:05 p.m. New York at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Kansas City, 8:35 p.m. Boston at Texas, 8:36 p.m. Saturday' reeults Minnesota 3 Boston 2 Kansas City 7 New York 1 Chicago 2 Milwaukee 1 Cleveland 7 Texas 1 Toronto 6........... Oakland 1 Seattle 6 Detroit 3 Baltimore 1 1 California 9 Giants beat Bucs, 3-1, on two-hitter Best of Bo hard to pick for Brett Today's pitching formrecords as starters Reuschel, who allowed eight hits, five walks and five runs in his start against the Pirates Friday night, will miss his next start because of a slight groin pull. First baseman Steve Henderson, whom the Pirates have considered bringing up from their Class AAA Buffalo farm club, has broken his wrist and will be sidelined at least a month. . . . Manager Jim Ley-land and coach Rich Donnelly went to the race track Saturday night. They got a ride to the track but thought of a novel way to get back downtown to the hotel. "The sixth race was a claiming race," Leyland said. "I claimed the horse, and we rode it back to the hotel," Leyland said. "Yeah," Donnelly said, "it's parked at the hotel right now. Valet parking." FROM PAGE 11 Mike LaValliere on a fly to center and struck out pinch-hitter R.J. Reynolds. NOTES The paid crowd of 42,353 was the largest ever to watch a Pirates-Giants game in Candlestick Park. ... Sid Bream will undergo reconstructive surgery on his right knee Friday and miss the rest of the season. . . . Because Eric Show is on the disabled list, San Diego is expected to start righthander Greg Harris (3-3) against the Pirates tonight. It will be the first start of the season for Harris, who has a 1.82 earned run average in 49V4 innings as a reliever Brian Fisher, who had surgery on his left knee last winter, left his start for Buffalo Saturday after six innings because of stiffness in his right knee. ... Rick Evans' homers lift Braves over Mets, 6-2 Saturday's game San Francisco 8, Pirates 3 PIRATES SAN FRAN abrtiM abrhbl Bonds N 4 0 2 0 Butler Cf 5 3 3 0 Lind 2b 3 110 RThmp 2b 4 111 VenSlyk cf 4 110 WCIark 1b 4 13 4 Bonills3b 3 0 0 0 Mitchell if 2110 GWIIson rf 3 0 11 Mldndo rf 4 0 0 0 Redus lb 4 12 0 Letferts p 0 0 0 0 Ortiie 30 10 DNIxonph 100 0 Csngeia ph 0 0 0 0 McCmnt p 0 0 0 0 Belliard ss 3 0 0 0 Litton 3b 4 12 0 RRytdsprt 1 0 0 0 Mnwrngo 40 11 Smiley p 2 0 0 0 Urlbess 2 10 1 King ph . 1 0 0 0 LaCoss p 2 0 0 0 Kipper p 0 0 0 0 Bathe ph 10 0 0 MGsrdsp 0 0 0 0 Sheridnrf 100 0 Disttnoph 10 11 Totals S3 S S 2 Tolala 34 S 11 7 Pirates 200 000 0013 San Frencisoe ooo 213 11a 41 E GWilson. Bonilla 2. Mitchell, Mamvarlng. DP Pirates 1, Ssn Frsncisco 2. LOB Pirstes 6. Ssn Frsncisco 9. 2B W.CIsrk. R.Thompson. 3B Litton. SB Lind (8), Butler (16), Bonds (14). S-Und. SF G.Wilson, Uribe. Pirale pitching Ip h r or bb so Smiley L.7-S 6 8 6 5 4 1 Kipper 1 1110 0 MGarcia 1 2 1111 San Franelaeo pitching Ip h r or bb so LaCoss W.4-6 6 6 2 2 1 4 Letferts 2 1 0 0 0 2 McCamsnt 1 2 112 1 HBP Bonllls by LsCoss, RThompson by Smiley. WP Smiley. BK LsCoss 2. Umpiree Home, Harvey; First. Wlntsrs; Second, Dovktson; Third, Bonin. T 2:58. A 27,881. PIRATES DATA Agricultural report: Buffalo (53-41) beat Louisville, 5-3, Saturday. Brian Fisher (2-0) went six Innings, allowing five hits and two runs. Mike Smith earned his fourth save. Shortstop Jay Bell had two hits and an RBI. Catcher Tom Prince had two RBI. Harrisburg (43-43) beat Hagers-town, 13-3. Mike York(10-5)struck out 10 in seven Innings. Second baseman Kevin Burdick hit his sixth home run and drove in six runs. Center fielder Orlando Merced went 4-for-5, including his fifth home run. Salem (46-49) beat Klnston, 9-5. Joe Ausanio got his 10th save. First baseman Junior Vizcaino had three hits and three RBI. Right fielder Domingo Merejo had three hits. Augusta (57-40) lost at Savannah, 5-4. Shortstop Rob Bailey had three stolen bases and scored twice. Welland (1 1-16) lost at Elmira, 7-2. Designated hitter Mike Brewing-ton had two doubles and an RBI. Princeton (15-9) lost at Kings-port, 7-1. Second baseman Bruce Schreiber had two hits. Bradenton (7-16) lost to the Mets, 4-3. Second baseman To-mas Garcia had two hits and two stolen bases. National League Yr.lodtts Vs. sop. si sils last) Marti Proosbls ISM ml IMS Turn pitcMH) Odd! Tims W-l ERA W4. ERA M IP ERA Pirate Kramer (R) - 10:05 3-4 4.25 - - - 2-1 15 4.20 San Diego Harris (R) Pick p.m. Houston Forjch(R) - 5 1-1 3 35 - - - 1-0 15V, 2.93 New York West(L) SM p.m. 0-1 15.75 - 0-1 4 15.75 Houston Knepper(L) - 3-10 5.66 - 0-2 14'4 11.93 NewVork Darling(R) 6'V7Vi 7-6 4.11 - - - 2-1 21 2.91 Philadelphia Rutfin(L) - 7:35 3-3 6.04 - - - 3-0 19 1.83 Cincinnati Robinson (R) 6'A-7l p.m. Atlanta Glavine(L) - 5 83 3,0 0-0 5 7.20 1-1 21V4 2.95 Montreal Perez (R) 7W p.m. 3-8 4.25 -r . - - 1-1 22 4.09 St Louis Power (R) - 10:05 0-3 6 38 - - - 0-2 13 7.62 San Fran. Hammaker(L) 6'.4-7' p.m. 3-1 4.44 - - - 1-1 13V, 5.93 Chicago Sanderson (R) - 10.35 6-6 3.70 14 5 3.60 2-1 16 4 50 Los Angeles Leary(R) 5'-6 p.m. 5-6 3.27 - 0-1 16 4.00 American League Vr.tedsts Vl.epa.MtlW Lett 3 Marti Probable 1119 IN 19e Turn pitcher (H) Odd! Tim W-l ERA W4. K ERA W-L IP ERA California Abbott (L) Pick 5:35 6-5 3.56 1-0 6'1 2.84 2-1 22 2.05 Toronto Slottlemyre(R) - p.m. 1-3 5.12 1-2 14 4.40 California Petry(R) - 1-0 1.60 1-0 5 1.80 Toronto Wills (R) Pick 0-1 6.05 - - - 0-1 12Vi 8.76 Seattle Swilt(R) - 7:35 4-2 644 1-0 SV 4.76 2-0 15VS 587 Baltimore Harnisch(R) 6-7 p.m. 0-2 6.23 0-2 13 6.23 Oakland C.Young (L) 5'-6 7:35 2-8 5.70 - - - 0-3 94 13.03 Detroit Gibson (L) - p.m. 1-3 4.97 - - 04 UK 3.38 Cleveland Candiotti (R) - 8:05 7-6 3.80 1-0 6 9.00 0-2 13 6.54 Minnesota DyerR) E-6 p.m. 0-2 11.74 - - - 0-2 7 11.74 New York LaPoint(L) - 8:30 64 5.38 - - - 0-1 16 7.02 Chicago Rosenberg (L) Pick p.m. 1-4 5.36 0-1 16 5.06 Milwaukee Clutterbuck(R) - 6:35 2-5 3.98 - - 0-2 13 9.68 Kansas City Gordon (R) 6-7 p.m. - Boston Gardner (R) - 8:35 1-4 697 1-0 6 5.19 0-2 6 600 Texas Jetfcoat(L) S't4 p.m. 4-2 3.21 - - 2-1 18 2.89 Today's picks: New York Mets Darling tSS. Bottom team is home team. Favored team is designated oy odds beside pitcher's nam. AD pitching data reflect the pitcher's past performance as a "starter." The odds are estimated lines. $SS Best bet. SS Above average play. IS Average play. Pirates calendar Home PIRATES BOXES Sunday's game San Francisco 3, Pirates 1 PIRATES abrhbi Bonds If 3 110 Lind 20 4 0 0 0 VanSlykect 3 0 0 1 Bonilla 3b 4 0 10 SAN FRAN abrhbf Butler cl 4 0 10 RThmp 2b 3 2 2 0 WCIark 1b 4 0 1 1 Mitchell If 4 111 Kennedy e 3 0 0 0 OberKfl 3b 2 0 0 0 Bathe ph 10 0 0 Bedrosnp 0 0 0 0 Sheridnrf 3 0 11 Brantley p 0 0 0 0 Litton 3b 0 0 0 0 Uribe ss 2 0 0 0 Garreltsp 2 0 0 0 Mldndo rf 10 0 0 Totals 29 3 8 3 100 000 0001 GWilson rt 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Dlstefno lb LaVlliere c Belliard ss RRylds ph RQunns ss JRobnsn p Heaton p 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cangels ph 10 0 0 Kipper p Totals Pirates 0 0 0 0 21 1 2 1 San Francisco 100 110 00s 3 E Kennedy, Lind. OP Pirates 1. LOB Pirates 4, San Francisco 6. 2B R.Thompson 2. SB-Bonds (15). R.Thompson (17). SF Vsn Slyka. Pirate pitching h r er bb so 2 3 1 1 0 0 JRobinson L.5-6 5 5 3 2 Heaton 2 10 0 Kipper 1 0 0 0 San Francisco pitching Ip h r or bb so GarrelnW.7-3 6 2 1 0 3 5 Brantley 2 0 0 0 0 2 BedrosnS.13 1 0 0 0 0 0 Garrelts pitched to 2 batters In the 7th. HBP RThompson by JRobinson. WP JRobinson. Umpires Home. Winters; First, Dsvldson; Second. Bonin; Third, Hsrvey. T 2:39. A 42,363. single and went to third on a double by Ed Whited. Clary walked to load the bases, and, after McDowell forced Davis at the plate, Jeff Blauser hit a two-run single. New York reliever Rick Aguilera threw a wild pitch in the eighth to give Atlanta its final run. The game was delayed by rain in the third inning for 1 hour, 19 minutes and and twice in the seventh, for 28 minutes and 46 minutes. At the end of the third delay, the sun broke through. hitter against the Boston Braves. 1936 Carl Hubbell's 24-game winning streak, over two years, began as the New York Giants beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-0. 1941 Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak of 56 games was stopped by Ai Smith and Jim Bagby of the Indians before 67,000 In a night game at Cleveland. The New York Yankees, however, won 4-3. ERA, against the Pirates this season. . . . Jack Clark is a lifetime .308 hitter against the Pirates and has 35 homers and 80 RBI against them in his career. . . . Second baseman Roberto Alomar Is hitting .343 (12-for-35) against the Pirates this year. . . . Benito Santiago has nabbed 12 of 27 (44 percent) potential base stealers this year and has nine plckoffs five at first base and four at second. . . . Entering yesterday's game with the Giants, Mike LaValliere was hitting .550 (11-for-20) since his return from the disabled list. He is hitting .667 (4-for-6) against the Padres this year Drabek is 1- 2 against San Diego this year but has a 1.64 ERA (22 Innings pitched, four earned runs) in those three games. He is 2-3 in his career against the Padres and holds a 1.82 ERA (39 innings pitched, eight earned runs) in six starts against San Diego. For just the second time all year, Drabek allowed more than three runs when the Giants scored four on Friday night. His 2.36 ERA places him among the NL leaders. . . . Bill Landrum has not allowed an earned run in 33 consecutive Innings through Saturday's game with San Francisco. . . . Doug Bair is 5-1 with six saves In his career against the Padres and owns a 2.25 ERA in 34 lifetime appearances against them. ATLANTA (AP) - Darrell Evans hit the 408th and 409th home runs of his career, breaking out of a tie for 21st place all-time, to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 6-2 victory over the New York Mets in a rain-plagued game yesterday. The game was delayed by rain three times for a total of 2 Mi hours. Evans, at 42 the oldest player in the National League, hit his first homer of the game and fifth of the year in the second inning off Bob Ojeda and came back with another off reliever Kevin Tapani in the fifth. Evans broke out of his tie for 21st place with Duke Snider, but remains well behind Billy Williams, 20th all-time with 426. It was the second time this year Evans homered twice in a game. The other time was April 29 against Montreal. Rookie Marty Clary (3-0) lost his bid for his first major-league shutout in the sixth when Howard Johnson doubled and scored one out later on a double by Kevin McReynolds. PIRATES STATS (Excluding yestorday'e game) Batting New York Times News Service NEW YORK - As weary as Bo Jackson might grow being asked about himself, other players on the Kansas City Royals do not tire of being asked about him. "When someone comes up to me," said George Brett, the veteran star, "they're either going to ask me why I'm hitting .230 or about Bo. I'd rather talk about him." And what does Brett have to say about Bo? "It's hard to point out one or two plays in a two-hour highlight film,"' he said. "That's what he's become: a two-hour highlight film. At least once a series he does something that you say, 'Wow.' He makes star players on other teams look at him in awe." Pressed to select one or two highlights from the 1989 film, Brett chose one offensive and one defensive thrill, sort of "The Best of Bo." Offensive: Jackson had struck out six consecutive times against Nolan Ryan in two games in May, and in their seventh confrontation May 23, Ryan knocked him down with a pitch. Two pitches later, Jackson hit a home run that measured 461 feet but was thought to be even longer. Defensive: In the 10th inning of a game in Seattle on June 5, Harold Reynolds was racing home with what he thought would be the winning run on Scott Bradley's double off the left-field wall. Jackson fielded the bouncing ball off the wall and, in one motion, turned and, flat-footed, threw home. "The more he plays, the beU ter he gets," Brett said. "Just look at the improvement he made from his rookie year to last year and last year to this year. I think we've seen only a portion of the greatness that he's going to give us." the Yankees and was just as careful as Guidry in avoiding the eye of the clubhouse hurricane. Discussing how they refrained from becoming immersed in the turmoil, Guidry laughed when he recalled the first time he saw Randolph after the second baseman joined the Los Angeles Dodgers. "It was in the clubhouse in Fort Lauderdale this spring," Guidry said. "I'm in the trainer's room and he walked by the door and saw me. "Before I could get anything out of my mouth, he went into this stance with his hands upraised, and you know what the little so-and-so uttered? 'Good God almighty, I'm free at last.' I just cracked up. I almost burst into tears I was laughing so hard." DATA TAT Ksnsas CHy had 43 hits sosmst tno Ysnksos In Friday s doubwneeder and Ssturdsy's gsme . . . Last season the Athletics hod 86 homers si Ins A-Stsr breea and Jose Canseco had 24 of them. This season they hod 62 without Can-aoco. a difference ol 24. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sal. Jul 17 Jul 13 Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21 Jul 22 San Diego San Diego SanDieqo , 'f , . l 10:05p.m. iCCSpT ,005 pT Clary allowed seven hits, walked one and struck out two in 6 23 innings, leaving after the game's second rain delay. Jim Acker finished the game, allowing Howard Johnson's 23rd homer leading off the eighth. Ojeda (5-9) gave up eight hits in three innings, leaving after yielding singles to Clary and Oddibe McDowell and a walk to Jeff Blauser in the fourth. Clary scored to give the Braves a 4-0 lead when Lonnie Smith grounded into a double play. Evans' homer in the second started a three-run outburst. Jody Davis followed with a HIGHLIGHTS July 17 1914 Babe Adams of the Pittsburgh Pirates did not walk a batter In a 2 1-lnnlng duel with Rube Marquard of the New York Giants. Adams allowed a home run to Larry Doyle in the 21st inning and lost 3-1. 1924 Jesse Haines of the St. Louis Cardinals pitched a 5-0 no- SCOUTING REPORT Pirates vs. Padres Three games at Jack Murphy Stadium, tonight, tomorrow and Wednesday; all games starting at 10:05 p.m. Starters: Randy Kramer (3- 5) vs. Greg Harris (3-3); Bob Walk (7-5) vs. Bruce Hurst (7-7); Doug Orabek (7-6) vs. Ed Whitson (12- 6) . TV-Radio: All games can be seen on the KBL Entertainment Network. All Pirates games can be heard on KOKA ( 1 020 AM) and the Pirates Radio Network. b Notes: This Is the final meeting of the year between these clubs. The Padres hold a 7-2 advantage in the season series (5-1 at Three Rivers Stadium and 2-1 at Jack Murphy) and are guaranteed a winning season against the Pirates for the first time since 1985, when they were 8-4 Reliever Mark Davis has appeared in five games against the Pirates this season and has four saves, without allowing a hit in five innings. Me is among the leaders in the National League in saves Whitson Is 3-0, with a 0.7 1 ERA, against the Pirates this year and Is 8-3 In 15 lifetime appearances against them. . . . Eric Show was scheduled to make his first start tonight since being activated from the disabled list (pulled right hamstring), but he was replaced with Harris. Show Is 1-1, with a 1.80 Guidry, Randolph glad to escape Bronx Zoo AB R H2b3b HR RBI Avg. Garcls 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.000 Bsir 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1.000 LsVallere 44 5 18 2 0 0 7 .409 Mealon 24 2 8 0 0 0 2 .333 Reynolds 192 28 59 10 1 3 23 .307 Redus 171 22 49 12 3 3 17 .287 Wilson 225 30 61 11 2 7 34 .271 Vsn Slyka 235 38 62 8 6 3 25 .284 Bonilla 333 49 67 17 6 10 43 .281 Walk 39 2 10 1 1 0 8 .256 Beillarrj 106 7 27 4 0 0 7 .255 Cangelosl 80 16 20 1 1 0 6 .250 Lind 337 35 84 13 2 2 30 .249 Bonds 330 55 78 21 4 12 34 .236 Olstsfsno 84 6 19 4 0 0 8 .226 -Bream 36 3 6 3 0 0 4 .222 Ortu 166 13 35 2 0 1 14 .211 Ouinonee 207 18 42 6 0 3 27 .203 Bilsrdello 31 S 6 2 0 0 2 .194 King 32 1 6 2 3 0 2 .188 Kipper 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 .143 Prince 52 1 7 4 0 0 S .135 Kramer 18 1 2 0 1 0 1 .111 Drebek 40 1 4 0 0 0 1 .100 Bell 20 0 1 0 0 0 0 .050 Smiley 41 0 2 1 0 0 1 .049 Robinson 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Landrum 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 LEAGUE LEADERS Based on 46 al-bata. Excluding yesterday's gi National League a a n h Avg T. GwynnSD 81 353 S3 123 .348 LarkmCIn 62 315 45 107 .340 W. Clerk SF 60 330 60 112 .330 Butler SF 84 325 54 07 .298 Mitchell SF 89 31 61 4 .287 Guerrero StL 87 302 30 89 .295 H.Johnson NY 82 308 59 90 .292 0 Smith StL 80 303 45 87 .267 Randolph LA 66 321 38 92 .287 OquendoStL 66 301 35 66 .286 RUNS-Mitchell. Sen Prsnclsco. 61; RThompson. San Frsncisco. 61: WCIark, San Francisco. 60: HJohnaon, Now York, 69; Bonds, Pirateo, 85. RBI-Mitchell, San Francisco, 83; WCIark, Ssn Francisco. 69: ONeirl, Cincinnati, 60; Guerrero, SI. Louis, 58; HJohnson, New York, HITS-TGwynn. San Diego. 123: WCIark. San Francisco, 1 12: Lerktn. Cincinnati, 107; Butler, San Francisco. 97: Mitchell, San Frsncisco. 94; RAIomar. San Diego. 94. DOUBLE 8-Guerrero. SI. Louis. 26: HJohnson. Nw York. 25; Wallech. Montreal. 25; Bonds. Firsts. 21; Mitchell. San Francleco, 2 1: Murrsy, Los Angelas. 2 1; Haines. Montreal. 21 TTOPLEB-PThompson, Ssn Frsncisco, ; Roberts. Ssn Diego. 7: Bonilla, Pirate, 6; Vaa Slyka, Pirates, ; Uribe, San Francleco, HOME RUNS-MUche. San Francisco, 32: HJohnson. New York, 22: Strawberry, New York. 19: EDavts, Cincinnati. 17; ODavw, Houston. 17. STOLEN BASES-Coleman, St. Louts, 39; Young, Houston. 31; ONInon. Montreal. 27; TQwynn, San Diego. 27; RAiomar, Ssn Diego. 21. P1TCHIN0) (6 deielom)-DoMartlrwt, Montreal. 10-1. 909. 2 90; Darwin, Houston, 9- 1 818 2 08 BSmtth. Montreal. 6-3, . 750. 2 04; Reuechel. Sen Francisco, 12-4, .760. 2.36; Scott Houston. 14-5. .737. 2 58. TRIKEOUTS-Smorll. Atlanta 111; De-Leon. St. Louie. 109: Hurst. Ssn Diego, 107; Scott. Houston. 102: Belcher, Los Angel oo. 101: Hershieer. Los Angeles. 101. AVEt-Franco. Cincinnati. 23: MsOevls. Sen Diego. 23: Wlillsms. Chicago. 22, DeSnvth, Houston. 19: Bursa. Montrssl. 16. American League O AB n H Avg PucketlMUt 69 353 40 11 .337 FrencoTaa 88 330 46 109 .330 Sierra Tas 66 351 68 IIS .328 Sax NY 68 363 60 116 .325 MoretandDat 76 266 30 86 .323 SteinbachOak 75 271 20 87 .321 LansfordOak 61 286 42 92 J'9 BoggsBsn 62 324 51 103 J16 P Bradley Bit 60 307 62 97 -311 BemeeChl 65 296 44 S3 J 14 RUNB-RHonderson, Oeklsnd. 64; Skwra, Texas, 56; TsttkHon, Baltimore, 66: MeOrlff, Toronto. 67; BJackson, Kansas City, 66; Grubar, Toronto, 66. RBI-Siarra. Tsxss, 65; Franco. Texas. 64; McGwire. Oakland. 61: BJackson, Kansas City. 69: Leonard. Seattle, 69. MTB-Puckott. Minnesota. 119; San, Nsw York, 118; Sierra Texes, 115: Frsnco, Texas. 109: Gallagher, Chicago, 106; Matllngly, Now York. 108. OOUBLBS-Puckott, Minnesota 29; Sierra. Texas, 27; Boons, Boston, 26: Bod. Toronto, 22; Heed. Boston. 22. TRIPLE S-O mute. Conforms, t; PBradley, Baltimore, 9: Sierra, Texas, 6: Boggs, Boston, 6: Reynolds. Seattle, 6. HOMI rums Doer. Mliwsuksa, 22: BJsek-son. Kansae City, 21; MeOrlff. Toronto. 21; Tettleton, Baltimore, 20; McOsHra, Oskland. 16: Whilst sr. Detroit, 16. STOLEN BASEB-RI lender son, Oakland, J7; Espy, Texas, 29: DWhlto, California. 27; Sax. Now York. 27; OuWon. Cnleeoo. 24. PITCHING. ( deolelewo) Montgomery. Kaneaa City. 7-1, .875. 1.56: Swindell, C leva-land. 12-2..857,2.64;Qordon.KansasClty, 10-2. .633. 3 14; Blytovsn, Csllfornls. 6-2, .616, 2 39; Swift. SoatlU. 6-2. .750, 6.76; Williamson, Bsmmors. 6-2, .750. 04. STRJKIOUTS-Ryan, Taxaa. 156: Clemens. Boston. 130: Viola, Minnesota, 124; Boslo, Maweukes. 103: Gublas, Ksnses City. 102. BA VES-OJonss. Cleveland, 22: Masse. Milwaukee, 22: Rueeelt, Texes, 20; Schooler, Seetti. 20; Fsrr. Kansas City. 16; Righota, New York. 16. Tnigpsn, Chicago, 16. New York Times News Service NEW YORK - When Ron Guidry announced his retirement at Yankee Stadium last Wednesday, he was flanked on one side by Arthur Richman, the Yankees' news-media-relations director, and on the other by two club executives, Bob Quinn and Syd Thrift. Since Guidry first pitched for the Yankees in 1975, Richman is the ninth public relations director and Quinn and Thrift are the 10th and 11th general managers (although Thrift's official title is senior vice president for baseball operations). With nearly 14 years of major-league service, Guidry experienced one of the longest tenures with the Yankees during the Steinbrenner years. Putting his Yankees experience in perspective, he said, "Anybody who plays here 10 years should get two, three years' extra service." Willie Randolph, Guidry's friend and fellow co-captain, preceded the pitcher out of the Yankee Stadium exit by a few months. He spent 13 years with Pitching W L I IP H ER 2 112 4114 24 1 0 1 0 1W II 2 7 6 0 136vt 111 35 1 3 2 60 41 18 7 5 0 132 1 19 45 7 6 0 109H 99 50 BB I0ERA 15 29 0 22 6 16 0 92 43 66 2.30 27 43 2.70 35 85 3 06 35 44 4.10 35 26 4.14 29 23 4 14 7 6 4 38 6 7 4 50 28 49 5.05 5 4 5 69 13 6 7 07 10 1 7.94 Bair Drsbsk Kipper Smiley Walk Heaton Kremer Easiey Garcia Robnsn Medvin 1 6 0 S3". 62 38 3 5 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 58(4 63 27 12 8 6 12 14 5 7 4 62 65 36 0 10 6 6 4 Medden 2 2 0 14 17 11 17 25 16 Fishsr 0 3 1 -On disabled list HOME ATTENDANCE (42deti laa) laaa may (Avg. 18.6M) ISM 932,131 (Avg. 22.193) a.aiU. iiSiifcikia

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