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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Wednesday, August 30, 1989 Dial sportct.-00-741-1 31 3 Scores, selections, injuries, Las Vegas trends BASEBALL 75c per call Major League standings ROUNDUP National League East Division " 'A Cubs wipe out 9-0 deficit, nip Astros A- r " saw f . f ,5 14 .V VVV'-C til! W L Pel OB L10 gtrssk Home Away Chicago 75 57 .668 4-6 Won 3 38-2 37-28 SI. Louis 72 59 .550 2 8-2 Won 2 38-26 34-33 Montreal 71 60 .642 3V 5-5 tost 1 39-29 32-31 New York 71 60 .642 3' 4-6 Won 2 45-23 26-37 Pirates 57 74 .435 17' 6-4 Won 1 29-34 28-40 Philadelphia 54 77 .412 20' 4-6 Won 2 30-36 24-41 Wee Division W L Pet CB L10 Streak Homo Away San Francisco 74 58 .561 5-5 Lost 3 40-24 34-34 Houston 70 62 .530 4 3-7 Lost 1 39-30 31-31 San Diego 67 64 .511 6'- 7-3 Won 5 34-29 33-35 Cincinnati 63 69 .477 11 5-6 Lost 2 33-35 30-34 Los Angeles 62 70- .470 12 5-5 Won 1 33-31 29-39 , ., v .- .v. - . .:. 't 1 ; I mM it-.- - ! '' Atlanta 53 79 .402 21 4-6 Lost 1 28-37 25-42 American League Cool Di vision W L Pet GB L10 Streak Homo Away Baltimore 71 61 .538 8-2 Lost 1 39-28 32-33 Toronto 70 62 .530 1 8-2 Won 1 36-31 34-81 Boston 67 65 .508 4 8-2 Won 9 36-30 31-35 Milwaukee 66 68 .493 6 2-8 Lost 1 38-29 28-39 Cleveland 62 69 .473 8' 4-6 Won 1 33-32 29-37 New York 58 76 .433 14 2-8 Lost 6 32-36 26-40 Detroit 47 87 .351 25 0-10 Lost 10 29-37 18-50 Wool Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Homo Away Oakland 81 52 .609 7-3 Won 3 44-22 37-29 California 77 54 .688 3 5-5 Lost 2 44-23 33-31 Kansas City 76 55 .580 4 8-2 Won 1 45-20 31-35 Teas 68 61 .527 11 6-4 Won 1 35-28 33-33 Minnesota 66 65 .504 14 6-4 Lost 6 37-29 29-36 Seattle 58 73 .443 22 1-9 Won 1 33-33 25-40 Chicago 66 75 .427 24 4-6 Lost 1 28-36 28-39 I - s . . Charles Bennett Associated Press Chicago Cubs catcher Joe Girardi tags out Houston's Rafael Ramirez on a throw from right fielder Dwight Smith during the eight inning yesterday at Wrigley Field. By The Associated Press CHICAGO After five innings yesterday, the Houston Astros led 9-0. Five innings later, they were 10-9 losers to the Chicago Cubs. "It has got to be our biggest victory so far," said Dwight Smith, whose one-out, bases-loaded single in the 10th capped the first-place Cubs' comeback. Reliever Dave Smith (3-4) walked Jerome Walton to start the 10th. Walton went to second on Ryne Sandberg's sacrifice and to third on Lloyd McClen-don's single. Mark Grace was walked to get to Smith, whose three RBI helped the Cubs to their third straight win. The Astros Francisco in the National League West, lost for the seventh time in eight games. Houston built its 9-0 lead on walks, Chicago errors and a grand slam by Rafael Ramirez. The Cubs began their comeback in the sixth when a throwing error by pitcher Mark Portugal and Domingo Ramos' RBI single provided two runs. In the seventh, McClendon hit a two-run homer. Smith's RBI single chopped Houston's lead to 9-5. Chicago tied it in the eighth on three RBI singles and a sacrifice fly. Cardinals 4, Reds 2 ST. LOUIS - Joe Magrane got his NL-leading 18th victory, winning his seventh consecutive decision as St. Louis won for the 12th time in 16 games. All of the game's runs came in the sixth inning. Cincinnati rookie Jeff Richardson hit a two-run homer off Magrane in the top half before Terry Pendleton's two-run double keyed a four-run rally in the Cardinals' sixth. Magrane (18-7) has won 13 of his past 14 starts and tied Oakland's' Dave Stewart for most victories in the majors. National League Tuesday' results Pirate 5 Atlanta 4 a-Chicago 10 Houston 9 St. Louis 4 Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 6 San Francisco 1 New York 2 Los Angeles 1 Montreal at San Diego. a-10 innings. Thursday's schedule , Philadelphia at San Diego. 4:05 p.m. Only game scheduled. Monday' result Atlanta 5 Pirate 2 Chicago 6 Houston 1 St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 9 San Francisco 1 New York 1 Los Angeles 0 San Diego 9 Montreal 4 American League Tuesday's results BostonS .....California 4, 1st game a-Boston 13 California 5, 2nd game Toronto 3 Chicago 2 Cleveland 3 Baltimore 1 Oakland 19 New York 5 Texas 4 Minnesota 2 Seattle 5 Milwaukee 3 Kansas City 12 Detroit 8 a-7Vi innings, rain. Thursday' schedule Chicago at Toronto, 12:35 p.m. Seattle at Milwaukee, 2:30 p.m. California at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland. 7:35 p.m. Texas at Minnesota, 8:05 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 8:35 p.m. Only games scheduled. Monday' mult Milwaukee 8 ; Toronto 2 Boston 6.... Detroit 3 Oakland 7 New York 3 a-Minnesota 5 Seattle 4 a-10 innings. Only games scheduled. American League home-run leader, snapped a 2-2 tie with his second homer of the game and 35th of the season in the seventh, giving Toronto the victory over Chicago. McGriff lined reliever Donn Pall's 3-2 offering just over the fence in right with two outs. The Blue Jays had tied the game 2-2 on consecutive homers by George Bell and McGriff in the fifth. Bell's home run extended his career-high hitting streak to 20 games. Athletics 19, Yankees 5 NEW YORK - Jose Canseco capped Oakland's record-tying, tie-breaking 10-run fifth inning with his second tape-measure homer of the game as Oakland sent New York to its sixth consecutive loss. The Yankees have lost 11 of the 13 games since Bucky Dent replaced Dallas Green as manager and chants of . "George Must Go!" directed against owner George Steinbrenner were loud and clear as the A's battered four New York pitchers for 18 hits. Royals 1 2, Tigers 8 KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kurt Stillwell Indians 3, Orioles 1, CLEVELAND - Brad Komminsk hit a two-run homer with one out in the bottom of the ninth as Cleveland ended Baltimore's four-game winning streak. After a single by Brook Jacoby, Komminsk hit a 2-0 pitch over the center-field fence for his seventh home run as Cleveland snapped its three-game losing streak. The loss was only the second in the past 10 games for the Orioles. Red Sox 8, Angels 4 Red Sox 13, Angels 5 BOSTON - Wade Boggs had a pair of singles in a nine-run fourth inning as Boston charged to its ninth consecutive victory by whipping California, 13-5, and sweeping a twi-night doubleheader. The game was called after 7Vi innings following a 46-minute rain delay. In the opener, Boston shelled .Bert Blyleven (14-3) for seven runs in three innings and ending his 10-game winning streak. Blue Jays 3, White Sox 2 TORONTO Fred McGriff, the drove in three runs and he and Jim Eisenreich each had three of Kansas City's 17 hits in sending Detroit to its 10th straight loss. The Tigers had 12 hits but are 0-9 on their current road trip. The Royals won for the 12th time in 14 games. Elsewhere MILWAUKEE - Rookie Erik Hanson, just back from the minors, snapped Seattle's record-tying 12-game losing streak by pitching eight scoreless innings as the Mariners beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 5-3. MINNEAPOLIS - Geno Petralli's RBI-single broke a 2-2 tie in the eighth inning as the Texas Rangers snapped the Minnesota Twins' season-high six-game winning streak with a 4-2 win. SAN FRANCISCO - Von Hayes hit three home runs and drove in six runs, leading the Philadelphia Phillies over the San Francisco Giants, 6-1. LOS ANGELES - David Cone (12-6) got his ninth victory in 10 decisions on a five-hitter and the New York Mets won a pitching duel with John Wette-land and the Los Angeles Dodgers, 2-1. Today's pitching formrecords as starters Expos add Candelaria to bullpen for stretch drive it," Dombrowski said of Candelaria. Candelaria, who will be playing for his fifth team, has appeared in three League Championship Series in 1975 and 1979 with the Pirates and in 1986 with the California Angeles. He pitched in the 1979 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles. Primarily a starter during his 14-year career, Candelaria will be used as a reliever to shore up a Montreal bullpen weakened by injuries. Expos Manager Buck Rodgers has been operating with a four-man bullpen, one short of the normal complement. "We've felt we needed help down there," Rodgers said. "We think he's a good addition." Candelaria, who was with the Pirates from 1975-85, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and was disabled from May 6 until Aug. 19. By Dennis Georgatos Associated Press Writer SAN DIEGO John Candelaria, deemed expendable by New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, was traded yesterday by the Yankees to the Montreal Expos, who embraced the veteran lefthander as the answer to their bullpen problems. "He can help us down the stretch," said David Dombrowski, Montreal's vice president of player personnel. The Expos gave up a player to be named to acquire Candelaria. "John Candelaria fits the description of a veteran pitcher," Dombrowski said. "He's been through it all. He's been on pennant winners. He's pitched in a World Series, and he's pitched well under those circumstances." Steinbrenner recently listed players he wanted to trade away. Candelaria, who joined the Yankees as a free agent before the 1988 season, was among them. Candelaria, 35, who is 167-105 lifetime, had personal matters to attend to yesterday and was unavailable for comment. He will join his new team today in San Diego, where the Expos will be wrapping up a three-game series against the Padres. The Expos, who are in a four-way race for the National League East title, lost to the Padres, 9-4,' Monday night to fall three games behind the Chicago Cubs and a half game behind St. Louis. The New York Mets were in fourth, half a game behind Montreal. "When you're trying to make a run for a pennant . . . you need to come up with people who we feel can handle the pressures. That's a guy who we feel can do National League YMedale Vt. eop. at arte LestSitarta Prebebkj 1M I9tt 1Mt Tan sector H) Odda Time W4. ERA W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA Atlanta Smoltz (R) - 7:35 12-11 289 1-0 7 1.29 1-1 21'4 506 Pirates Robinson (R) 6-7 p.m. 4-5 3 03 - - - 1-2 16V4 6.06 Philadelphia Mulholland(U - 4:05 4-5 3.92 - - - 3-0 22 161 San Fran. Downs (R) 7-8 p.m. 2-5 4.44 - - - 0-2 18 2.89 Houston Scott (R) - 8:05 16-7 295 1-0 9 0 00 0-1 18 5.00 Chicago Sutcliffe(R) E-6 p.m. 13-10 3.48 0-1 7 3.86 1-1 17 5.19 Cincinnati Mahler (R) - 8:35 9-13 3.98 1-0 9 0.00 0-2 16 7.16 St.Lou Dsison(R) 7V-SV p.m. 14-11 3.31 - - - 3-0 25 2.10 Montreal Martinez (R) . - 10:05 14-3 299 - - - 2-1 18 3.38 San Diego Whitson(R) E-6 p.m. 15-9 2 61 - - - 1-1 22 1.99 New York Fernandez (I) - 10:35 9-3 2.74 0-1 6 1.50 0-0 19 2.75 Los Angeles Martinez (R) E-6 p.m. 3-2 3.65 - - - 0-1 16 4.86 American Laagua Vr.kxHto Vs.opeaile Lett 3 .tarts Probable 19SS igea igea 7mm pHctar(H) Odtfa Tin W-L ERA W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA Oakland Moors (R) 6-7 7:30 16-7 2 35 1-0 5 1.69 1-1 21 1.71 New York Plunk (R) - p.m. 0-1 540 - - - 0-1 5 5.40 i Baltimore Ballard (L) E-6 7:35 14-6 3.59 1-0 7 2.57 3-0 23 1.90 Cleveland -Swindell (L) - p.m. Chicago Dolson(R) - ' 7:35 4-7 600 - - - 1-1 16 5.63 Toronto Key (L 7-8 p.m. 9-13 3.81 1-0 8 3.38 2-1 18 1.96 California Abbott (L) 7:35 10-9 4 13 - - 0-2 13 9.45 Boston Dopson(R) 6-7 p.m. 8-5 4.30 0-1 4 3.86 1-0 11 7.36 Tsus Jeffcoat(L) - 8:05 7-5 396 - - 2-0 15 2 35 Minnesota Anderson (L) S-6 p.m. 14-10 3.69 0-1 2 18.00 2-1 22 1.99 Seattle Johnson (L) - 8 30 5-5 4 11 - - - 0-2 13 7.24 Milwaukee Peterek(R) 7-8 p.m. 0-1 3.06 - - - 0-1 17 3.06 Detroit Alexander (R) - 8:35 5-15 431 - - - 0-3 21 3.43 Kansas City Gutxcza(R) 7-8 p.m. 12-10 2.92 1-0 9 1.00 2-0 17 0.00 Pirates hold off Braves, 5-4; Landrum gets 19th save PIRATES BOX to center that scored Reynolds. Van Slyke continued to second on the throw to the plate, and, after Junior Ortiz walked, Lind lined a single to right-center field that scored Van Slyke, giving the Pirates a 5-2 lead. Pirates 5, Atlanta 4 PIRATES ATLANTA ab r h bi ab r h bi 4 12 0 4 110 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 12 1 4 12 2 2 0 0 0 3 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BHatchr II Bell ss King lb Landrm p Bonilla 3b RReyids rl VanSlyk cl Orltzc Lind 2b Drabek p Distfno 1b 3 3 2 3 4 0 3 0 3 0 11 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 4 7 4 OMcDII cf Tredwy 2b LSmilh II DMrphy rt Gregg lb Blauser 3b Thomas as Russell c Evans ph Glavine p Wlhrby ph Valdez p Whited ph Castillo p Totala Atlanta PiratM '-Data for Swindell is unavailable. Today's picks: Oakland (Moore S1. Toronto (Keyl$$. Kansas City (GubiczaiSS Bottom team is home team. Favored team is designated by odds beside pitcher's name. All pitching data reflect the pitcher's past performance as a "starter." The odds are estimated lines. Hi Best bet. SS Above average play. 1S Average play. Totala 29 5 S S 002 001 0104 302 OOO 00 S FROM PAGE 13 With King still at first base and being held on, R.J. Reynolds shot a ground ball through the big hole on the right side to score Bell. That brought up Andy Van Slyke, who hadn't fared well in the sixth spot. In eight previous games this season, Van Slyke was 5-for-28 (.179) with one home run and three RBI. This time, though, he lined a double into the right-field corner, and the Pirates led, 3-0. "That was encouraging," Leyland said of the first inning. "It was textbook baseball. I liked the way we got those runs. It was good, smart baseball. We've been a little more creative recently." Drabek helped the Braves get their first two runs by walking Glavine with two outs in the third inning. McDowell followed with his first home run of the game. The Pirates, however, softened that blow by scoring twice in the bottom of the third after two outs and nobody on base. Reynolds singled to center and stole second. On the next pitch, Van Slyke lined a single DP Atlanta 1, Pirates 2. LOB Atlanta 4, Pirates 5 28-Van Slyke. HR O. McDowell 2 (5). SB Bell (3), RJ Reynolds (19). S King. SF Bonilla. Pirates calendar l Home fjatfe r '(J ' , ' ' i " hi li mi mi mi ' t ' Atlanta pitching lp NOTES' The Pirates announced last night that lefthander Bob Patterson, catcher Dann Bilardello and outfielder Albert Hall will be called up from Buffalo and join the team Friday. ... Gary Redus, who was scratched from Monday night's game because of a strained muscle in his left side, said his side was still sore yesterday. "I did it during batting practice Monday , and I couldn't get it loose," he said. "It was like somebody stuck a knife in there." . . . Bob Kipper, who's on the disabled list because of inflammation in his left elbow, threw a simulated game yesterday. . . . Leyland said he hopes John Smiley can take his next start Friday against Cincinnati, "but I'm not going to push it. If there's any doubt, he won't pitch." Smiley missed his start Sunday in Cin- Glavine L.12-6 r bb ao 5 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 2 1 Valdez Castillo Pirate pitching Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Aug 30 Aug 31 Sep1 Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 4 Atlanta Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Phila. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:35 p.m. 7:35 pm. h r mr p bb ao 3 S 0 2 Drabek W.1 1-10 7 1-3 Landrum S, 19 12-3 Umpires Home. Tata; First. DeMuth; Rippley: Third, Froemmmg. T 2:25. A 9,686. LEAGUE LEADERS cinnati because of inflammation in his left elbow. If Smiley misses his next turn, Patterson would start in his place. Mark MurphyPost-Gazette Bill Landrum breathes a sigh of relief after picking up his 19th save in the Pirates' 5-4 win over the Braves last night. National Laagua Baaed en MS et-bate. ExdudinQ ywttrdflyt (man. No-hitter for Pirates' farmhand PIRATES STATS PIRATES DATA Avg .347 .338 .322 .315 .314 .308 .295 .295 .293 .288 a h 75 174 88 164 73 128 46 144 56 129 53 120 89 131 52 134 63 129 66 118 a a 130 502 131 485 109 397 130 457 114 411 95 390 121 444 130 455 126 441 116 410 T. Gwynn SD W Clark SF L. Smith Atl Guerrero StL Grace Chi Walton CM H. Johnson NY Oguendo StL K Mitchell SF Raines Mon Batting AS n H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg. 15 .321 137 10 44 224 30 66 0 0 5 4 0 7 23 42 69 2 50 42 .295 .281 .276 .267 .252 .237 0 4 7 8 .231 2 0 3 13 .231 45 .224 LaVaiiiere Redua Reynolda Bonilla Heat on Bonds Van Slyke Cangeioai Disteiano a-Hatcher p-Hatcher Belhard Lmd Ortiz Bed Walk King Robtnaon Smiley Drabek .200 0 0 266 38 81 479 78 132 30 2 8 476 82120 360 53 90 134 16 31 130 10 30 438 54 98 30 5 6 149 10 33 480 44-106 227 16 60 148 18 32 60 2 12 135 19 26 24 0 3 58 0 7 63 1 .221 18 3 38 .221 6 1 22 .220 6 2 11 .216 .200 11 .193 2 2 8 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 .125 American League 0 A8 R H Avg Pucker) Mm 128 514 60 174 .339 BoggsBm 126 498 83 167 .335 LansfordOak 119 441 58 147 .333 SuNV 130 536 74 175 .326 Kelly NY 115 371 58 120 .323 Yount Mil 131 502 81 161 .321 A Oavtt Sea 11 1 394 67 126 .320 Franco Ta 126 469 69 148 .316 Browne CI 121 470 64 148 .315 BameaTex 119 414 64 130 .314 RUNS-R. Henderson. Oakland 96: McGriff. Toronto. 85. Boggs. Boston. 63; Sierra. Texas, 1: Yount. Milwaukee. 81 RBTEaasfcy. Boston. 93; Sierra. Texas. 92; Mettingly. Mew York. 69; Franco, Texas, 67; Carter. Cleveland. 85. HITS-Su New York. 175: Puckett. Minnesota. 174; Boggs. Boaton. 167; Yount. Milwaukee. 161: Surra. Texas. 155. DOUBLE t-Booge. Boston. 41; Puckett, Mmneeota. 39: Ben, Toronto. 36; Reed. Boe-ton. 35; Mattingly, New York. 33: Yount, Milwaukee 33 TRIPLES-0 Whit. California. 12: Sierra. Texee. 1 1: P Bradley. Beltim or. 10; Guillen, Chicago. 6; Yount. Milwaukee. 8. HOME RUMS-McGnll, Toronto. 33: B.Jackson. Kansas City. 26: Carter. Cleveland. 26; Esasky. Boston. 26: Whiten er, Detroit, 26 STOLEN BASEs-R Henderson. Oeklend. 61; Espy. Texas. 41; 0 White. California, 39; Sax. New York. 39: Pettis. Detroit. 34. PITCHING (11 4ecieione)-Blyleven. California. 14-2. .675, 2 35; Swindell. Cleveland. 13-3. .813. 2 69: Gordon, Kansas City, 16-5. .762. 2 84; Saoerhagen. Kansas City. 16-5. .762, 2.57; Williamson, Baltimore. 9-3. .750. 309 TRIKEOUTS-Ryan. Texas. 243: Clemens. Boston. 173. Bosio, Milwaukee. 150: Gubi a. Kansas City. 147; C Finwy. California, 142; Moore. Oakland. 142. aVES-O Jonee. Cleveland. 30: Ruasett. Texaa. 29; Eckersley. Oakland. 28: PMac, Milwaukee. 28; Thaapen, Chicago. 28. .121 By The Associated Press Right-hander Ray Doss, the Pirates' third pick in the 1986 draft, pitched a no-hitter for the Pirates' Class A Welland team Monday night. Doss, 21, beat Batavia, 1-0. He faced 32 batters, walked five, and struck out eight. Doss - (3-4) has a 1.75 ERA, allowing 33 hits and 10 earned runs in 51 V3 innings this season. Los Angeles Dodgers outfielders Kirk Gibson and Franklin Stubbs each underwent left knee surgery. Gibson, the National League's MVP last year, had a partial tear in his left hamstring, which was repaired. Stubbs, had a ruptured medial collateral ligament repaired. Gibson wound up with a .213 batting average with nine home runs and 28 RBI. Stubbs hit .291 with four homers and 15 RBIs. A bone scan of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Jose Rijo revealed a stress fracture in his spine that will keep him out for the rest of the season. Doctors have ordered Rijo, 24, to wear a corset for injury to his fourth lumbar vertebra and to avoid running, throwing or strenuous activity for at least six weeks. Rijo was 7-6 this year with a 2.84 ERA in 19 games. The Geveland Indians took left-hander Greg Swindell (13-3) off the disabled list and said he Agricultural report: Buffalo (78-60) swept a doubleheader at Omaha Monday, 5-2 and 7-4. Morris Madden (12-6) won the first game. Stan Belinda earned his eighth save. Third baseman Chris Brown went 3-for-3 with his fourth home run. Bob Patterson (12-6) won the second game. Logan Easley got his 13th save. Third baseman Scott Little was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Harrisburg (68-65) lost at Canton-Akron, 7-2. First baseman Jeff Osborne went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Salem (61-75) beat Peninsula, 5-0. Joe Pacholec (12-7) pitched a five-hitter and struck out 16. Left fielder Robert Harris had two hits and an RBI. Augusta (76-65) lost to Sumter, 13-10. Right fielder Chris Estep was 3-for-4 with five RBI. Third baseman Flavio Williams went 4-for-4 with three runs scored. Welland (27-41) beat Batavia, 1-0. Second baseman Tomas Garcia had two hits and two stolen bases. Princeton (32-37) ended Its season with a 10-4 loss to Bluefield. Second baseman Bruce Schreiber had two hits and two RBI. Bradenton(21-41)ended its season with a 4-2 loss to the Yankees. Catcher Dean Hinson hit his first home run and had two RBI. .095 NOTEBOOK would start tonight against Baltimore. Swindell had a strained ligament in his left elbow. Fred Waters, who had a brief pitching career with the Pirates and sent several players to the major leagues as a high school coach in Pensacola, Fla., died Monday in Pensacola after a lengthy illness. He was 62. The left-hander appeared in 25 games for the Pirates over two seasons, finishing with a 2-2 record and 2.89 ERA. Handyman Randy Kutcher of the Boston Red Sox was placed on the 15-day disabled list because of a pulled groin muscle. Rookie Carlos Quintana was called up from Pawtucket of the International League. The Houston Astros optioned pitcher Jose Cano to AAA Tucson, Ariz., and recalled the contract of outfielder Eric Anthony. California Angels catcher Bill Schroeder, who had strained ligaments in his right elbow, was reactivated from the disabled list. The Angels optioned rookie catcher John Orton to their Edmonton farm club of the Pacific Coast League. Pitching RUNS-H Johnson, New York. 89: W. Clerk, San Francisco, 88: K. Mitchell. Sen Francisco, 63; Sand berg. Chicago, 83; Bond. PireSea, (2. RBI-K. Mitchell. San Francisco. 110; W. Clark. San Franciaco. 94; Guerrero, St. Louis. 90; E. Devte, Cincinnati, 01; H. Johnson. New York. 60. HlTS-T Gwynn. San Diego. 174; W. Clark. San Franciaco, 164; Guerrero. St. Louta. 144; R. Alomar, San Diego, 143; Sandborg. Chicago. 137 DOUBLCtVWaltach. Montreal. 36: Guerrero. St. Louis, 35: H. Johnson. New York. 34; W Clark, Sen Franciaco. 31: Dykstra. Phtiadei-pnia. 29: K Mitchell, San Franciaco, 29. TRIPLES-Bo. Thorn peon, San Francisco. 10: Coleman. St Louie. 8: Roberta. Sen Diego. 8. Bovuita, Pirate, 7; Oe. Martinez. Montreal. 7: T. Gwynn. San Diego. 7; VanaVyke, Pt-retee. 7. HOME RUNS-K Mitchell. Sen Franciaco. 40; G. Davit. Houston, 31: H. Johnson. New York. 31; E. Davit. Cincinnati. 28; Strawberry, New York. 27 STOLEN BASES-Coleman. St Louie. 57; T Gwynn, San Diego, 38; R. Alomar, San Diego, 33; Young, Houaton, 33; H. Johneon, New York 32 PITCHING (11 decieione)-Derwin. Houaton, 11-3, .786. 2 20; De Martinez. Montreel. 14-4, .778.3 01; Garreltt San Frencisco. 10-3, .769. 2 38: Fernandez. New York. 9-3. .750. 2 75: Bieiecfci. Chicago. 14-5. 737. 2 95. STRIK EOUTS-DeLeon, SI Louie. 166: Belcher. Loe Angelee. 161; Smoltz, Atlanta. 157; Her fitter, Loe Angelee. 146; Con. New York. 145. SAVES-Ma. Davis. San Diego. 32: Ml Wit-kerns. Chicago. 31; Franco. Cincinnati. 26; Burke, Montreal. 26; J Howell. Loe Angeles, 25. ER BB 6 24 13 22 53 45 65 64 24 30 44 48 38 50 SOERA 45 1.05 40 2 40 113 2 54 102 2 88 48 3 16 41 3 59 38 3 64 10 4 02 6 4 38 64 4 45 70 4 60 25 4 97 W L 2 2 2 2 10 7 11 10 3 4 3 7 4 7 0 1 1 0 11 9 611 1 4 IP M 19 S8'4 45 0 48H 39 0 187W 155 0 203'i 175 2 68't 49 0 110'4 101 1 94 74 0 15M 17 1 12-i 8 0 170 180 4 107H 118 0 4144 40 Landrm Batr Smiley Drabek Kipper Heaion Kramer Smith Easley Walk Robnan Reed 84 59 55 43 23 7 a-Hatcher'a statistics for me aeason. p-Hatcher'a stattstica anth Piratea. HOME ATTENDANCE (II dette) 1MO) 1.144.031 (Avg. 14J20) iaaa i,47,oo (Avg. 24,iaa)

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