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D-5 BASEBALL Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Monday, August 9. 1W - -- - i MAJQ3 LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION . W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Philafleiphia 70 42 625 6-4 Lost 1 38-18 32-24 Sl Lquis 63 48 568 6V 6-4 Lost 1 38-22 25-26, Mor"t6di 60 52 .536 10 6-4 Lost 1 37-20 23-32 Chica9 56 54 .509 13 5-5 Wont 31-27 25-27 Plrates 52 60 .464 18 6-4 Won 1 26-24 26-36 Fl0flda 47 64 .423 22Vfe 4-6 Won 1 25-27 22-37 New York 39 72 .351 30Vfc 4-6 Lostl 18-37 21-35 WEST DIVISION W L Pet GB L10 Streak Homa Away San Francisco 74 38 661 - 6-4 Lost 2 39-18 35-20 Atlanta 66 47 .584 8'i 5-5 Won 1 33-24 33-23 Los Angeles 57 53 .518 16 5-5 Lost 2 30-21 27-32 Cinclnna" 59 55 518 16 7-3 Won 2 34-22 25-33 Houston 57 54 .514 16'6 4-6 Won 2 31-28 26-26 San Diego 44 68 .393 30 5-5 Lostl 24-33 20-35 Colorad 37 74 .333 36' 1-9 Won 1 22-34 15-40 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Toronto 64 49 .566 5-5 Lost 2 36-24 28-25 Baltimore 62 49 .559 1 8-2 Won 7 37-21 25-28 Boston 62 49 .559 1 6-4 Lostl 35-15 27-34 New York 63 50 .558 1 5-5 Won 1 3T2O 2&30 Detroit 56 56 .500 Vk 4-6 Won 1 31-26 25-30 Cleveland 51 60 .459 12 4-6 Lost 3 35-20 ' 16-40 Milwaukee 44 66 .400 18V4 3-7 Won 2 24-28 20-38 WEST DIVISION W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Chicago 60 50 .545 5-5 Lostl 30-23 30-27 Kansas City 57 54 .514 3Vi 5-5 Won 2 31-26 26-28 Texas 57 54 .514 3'fe 6-4 Won 1 32-23 25-31 Seattle 54 57 .486 m 4-6 Lost 1 30-24 24-33 California 52 58 .473 8 6-4 Won1 34-25 18-33 Minnesota 47 61 .435 12 4-6 Lostl 27-28 20-33 Oakland 46 62 .426 13 5-5 Lost 2 29-26 17-36 NATIONAL LEAGUE SUNDAY'S RESULTS Pirates 3 New York 2 Atlanta 3 Montreal 2 Chicago 2 St. Louis 1 Colorado 5 San Diego 2 Cincinnati 8 Los Angeles 5 Houston 4 San Francisco 1 Florida 6 Philadelphia 5 TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE St. Louis at Pirates, 7:35 p.m. Cincinnati at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. Chicago at Florida, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Atlanta at New York, 7:40 p.m. Colorado at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Houston at San Diego, 10:05 p.m. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Pirates 2 New York 1 New York 10 Pirates 8 St. Louis 4 Chicago 1 Houston 6 San Francisco 5 a-Philadelphia 8 Florida 7 a-Montreal 5 Atlanta 3 Cincinnati 9 Los Angeles 6 Only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE SUNDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 5 Boston 1 b-Baltimore 7 Cleveland 6 Kansas City 4 Oakland 3 a-New York 8 Minnesota 6 California 2 Chicago 1 Milwaukee 5 Toronto 2 Texas 7 Seattle 1 TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE Baltimore at Detroit, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Toronto, 7:35 p.m. New York at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Oakland at Chicago, 8:05 p.m. Cleveland at Milwaukee, 8:05 p.m. California at Texas, 8:35 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 8:35 p.m. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston 4 Detroit 1 Milwaukee 7 Toronto 1 Chicago 6 California 4 Kansas City 5 Oakland 2 Baltimore 8 Cleveland 6 Minnesota 6 New York 5 Seattle 2 Texas 1 a-10 innings b-1 1 innings TODAY'S PITCHING FORM NATIONAL LEAGUE Yr. to date VI. opponent Ust3jUjrti Probable 1993 Team 1993 1993 Team pitcher (H) Odds Time WL ERA Rec WL IP ERA W-L IP ERA St. Louis Watson (L) 6-7 7:35 4-0 3.90 5-0 - 3-0 18 0 4.00 Pirates Walk(R) p.m. 11-8 5.06 13-9 1-0 7.0 2,57 1-1 18 2 6.27 Cincinnati Roper (R) 4:05 2-1 4.05 3-1 1-1 13.0 5.54 San Francisco Brummett (R) 7-8 p.m. 2-3 3.80 2-5 1-0 19.1 3.72 Chicago Castillo (R) 5Vi-6Vi 7:35 5-6 4.24 9-9 1-1 13.1 2.03 2-0 20.2 1.74 Florida Bowen(R) p.m. 6-11 4 49 8-14 0-0 7.0 3.86 1-2 14.0 7.71 Houston Harnisch(R) 7VS-8VS 10 05 10-8 3.58 12-11 0-1 7,0 1.29 1-2 20.2 3 05 San Diego Worrell (R) p.m. 1-3 6.75 3-4 - - 1-0 16.1 7.16 Colorado Harris (R) 10:35 10-11 4.21 0-2 0-2 11.1 5.56 0-2 15.2 8.62 Los Angeles Candiotti(R) 10-12 p.m. 7-5 2.56 13-9 - - 3-0 24.1 0.74 AMERICAN LEAGUE Yr. to date vi. opponent List3stirts Probable 1993 Team 1993 1993 Turn pitcher (H) Oddt Time W-L ERA Rec W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA Baltimore Rhodes (L) 7 05 2-2 8.10 3-4 - - 1-1 13.2 5.27 Detroit Moore (R) Even-6 p.m. 8-5 5.83 11-13 0-1 7.2 3.52 3-0 25.0 2.16 Oakland Witt(R) 8:05 8-10 4.69 8-14 2-0 150 240 0-3 9.1 13.50 Chicago Fernandez (R) 9-11 p.m. 12-6 3.15 16-7 0-1 13.0 4 85 0-2 19.0 6.16 Seattle Leary(R) 8:35 8-4 4 54 11-6 - - - 1-0 21 0 3 00 KansasCity Cone(R) 8-10 p.m. 8-10 3.32 10-13 1-0 8 0 0.00 2-1 24.1 1.85 Smith handcuffs IVlets, 6-2 PIRATES FROM PAGE D-l "Seems like we've been on the road for three months," Leyland said. "But this was a good ballgame for us. And a good trip for us." It was a great trip for Jay Bell, who has a 15-game hitting streak, including a 22-for-45 burst on the trip, and Jeff King, who was 14-for-39 with eight RBIs while visiting Philadelphia, Chicago and New York. And Carlos Garcia was 15-for-29 with three homers and 11 runs scored in the last seven games of the trip. All three figured prominently in the offense yesterday. Kevin Young opened the third inning with a single to right. Smith sacrificed him to second, and he scored on Garcia's single past third. The Pirates scored twice in the fifth after Garcia singled to left with one out. Bell dumped a single into right-center. Orlando Merced sliced a ball into right to tie the score, 2-2. And Bell scored on King's bouncing single to left. It was King's 68th RBI in a season that includes .342 hitting in his 69 games since May 26. Does Leyland think King thinks he's having a good season? "I think he just plays, knows the game will be over in about 2'2 hours, makes three good plays, tosses in a couple hits and quietly goes home," Leyland said. "But he's a hell of a player and a hell of a kid." What does King think of his season? "I don't want to talk about myself," he said. OK. What about Jay's season? "Someday," King said, "I'm going to be able to say I played with him." Can now. "We're not done yet," King said. Oh. For his part, Bell is pretty happy to be playing alongside King. "In my opinion, he's the best third baseman I've ever played beside," Bell said. NOTES - The Pirates begin a four-game series with St. Louis at Three Rivers Stadium tonight. Probable starters are Bob Walk, Randy Tomlin, Ballard and Cooke for the Pirates and Allen Watson, Rene Arocha, Rheal Cormier and Bob Tewksbury for the Cardinals. ... Eleven of Bell's 12 sacrifice bunts have led to a run. . . . Murray's home run raised his career RBI total to 1,637, moving him ahead of Ernie Banks and into 18th on the all-time list. PIRATES' MINOR-LEAGUE REPORT BUFFALO (61-55) beat Louisville, 3-1 . Saturday. Starter Roy Smith (14-8) allowedfive hits, no walks and a run in 8 innings. Tony Menendez recorded his 21st save. Right fielder Will Pennyfeather had two hits and two RBIs. Shortstop Bruce Schreiber had two hits. CAROLINA (61-53) won at Orlando, 5-3. Tim Wakefield (2-2) allowed seven hits, a walk and two rurs in six innings. Dan Miceli struck out the three batters he faced and posted his third save. Left fielder Javier Ortiz had two hits and an RBI. Second baseman Alan Purdy had a two-run triple. SALEM (49-65) lost to Durham, 5-3. Third baseman Joe Ronca and first baseman Don Garvey each had two hits. AUGUSTA (47-64) lost at Fayetteville, 9-1 . Third baseman Jacob Austin had two hits. WELLAND (23-26) was rained out. BRADENTON (13-30) had the day off. LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting G AB R H Avg. Merced, Pit 96 322 56 112 .348 Kruk, Phi 106 366 75 127 .347 Gwynn, SD 98 396 52 137 .346 Jefferies, StL 95 374 63 127 .340 Bonds, SF 110 376 92 128 .340 Gilkey, StL 88 360 72 116 .322 Grace, Chi 106 400 58 128 .320 Bell, Pit 110 439 73 140 .319 R Thompson, SF 86 334 57 106 .317 Larkm.CIn 100 384 57 121 .315 RUNS Dykstra, Philadelphia. 103; Bonds, San Francisco, 92; Gant, Atlanta. 75; Kruk. Philadelphia, 75; Bell, Pirates, 73; Gilkey, St. Louis, 72; DHollins, Philadelphia, 72. RBI Bonds. San Francisco. 87; Daulton, Philadelphia, 86; MaWilliams. San Francisco, 79; Justice, Atlanta, 76; Murray, New York, 75; Gant, Atlanta, 73; Bagwell, Houston, 71. HITS Bell, Pirates, 140; Gwynn, San Diego, 137; Dykstra, Philadelphia. 134; Bagwell, Houston, 132; Butler, Los Angeles, 131; King, Pirates, 128; Grace. Chicago, 128, Bonds, San Francisco, 128. DOUBLES Bichette, Colorado, 34; Dykstra. Philadelphia, 33; Gwynn, San Diego, 32; Hayes, Colorado. 29. Biggio. Houston, 29, Bell, Pirates, 28; Grace, Chicago, 28 TRIPLES Coleman, New York, 8; Butler, Los Anaeles. 8; EYoung, Colorado. 7: Castilla, Colorado, 7; Finley. Houston, 7; Bell, Pirates, 6; BJordan, St. Louis. 6. Morandmi, Philadelphia, 6; DLewis, San Francisco, 6; DeShields, Montreal. 6. HOME RUNS Bonds, San Francisco. 34; Gant. Atlanta. 27; Justice, Atlanta, 26; Sosa, Chicago, 25; MaWilliams, San Francisco, 25; McGrirf, Atlanta, 25; Bonilla, New York, 23. STOLEN BASES Coleman, New York, 38; DLewis, San Francisco, 36; DeShields, Montreal, 34; Carr, Florida. 33; Jefferies. St. Louis, 31; EYoung, Colorado, 29. Dykstra, Philadelphia, 29. Pitching STRIKEOUTS Ri0. Cincinnati, 158; Smoltz, Atlanta, 151; Benes. San Diego, 139; GMaddux, Atlanta, 135; Harnisch. Houston, 128; Gooden, New York, 123; Guzman, Chicago, 118. SAVES LeSmith, St. Louis, 38; Myers, Chicago, 35, Harvey, Florida, 34; Beck, San Francisco, 33; MtWilliams, Philadelphia, 30; Stanton, Atlanta, 27; Wetteland, Montreal, 25. A AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting G AB R H Avg. Olerud, Tor 111 388 71 152 .392 Gonzalez, Tex 99 373 77 123 .330 Molitor.Tor 112 441 89 143 .324 Lofton, Cle 104 405 84 131 .323 RHenderson, Tor 96 343 81 1 10 .321 Harper, Min 100 358 36 115 .321 RAIomar, Tor 108 425 82 136 .320 O'Neill, NY 101 372 51 119 ,320 Hamilton, Mil 89 355 52 113 .318 Thomas, Chi 107 387 71 122 .315 Mattingly, NY 88 349 52 110 .315 RUNS Molitor, Toronto, 89; Palmeiro, Texas, 88; White, Toronto, 85; Lofton, Cleveland, 84; RAIomar, Toronto, 82; RHenderson, Toronto, 81 ; Griffey Jr. Seattle, 80. RBI Fielder, Detroit, 95; Thomas, Chicago, 92; Belle, Cleveland, 92; Olerud, Toronto, 87; Gonzalez, Texas, 84; Carter, Toronto, 83, CDavis, California, 82. HITS Olerud. Toronto, 152; Molitor, Toronto, 143; RAIomar, Toronto, 136; McRae, Kansas City, 134; Baerga, Cleveland, 133; Lofton, Cleveland. 131; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 129; Palmeiro, Texas, 129. DOUBLES Olerud, Toronto, 42; White, Toronto, 30; Anderson, Baltimore, 27; Palmeiro, Texas. 27; Joyner, Kansas City, 27; O'Neill, New York, 27, Puckett, Minnesota, 27; Carter, Toronto, 27. TRIPLES Uohnson, Chicago, 11; Hulse, Texas, 10; Cora. Chicago. 9; Lofton, Cleveland, 8; Cuyler, Detroit, 7; McRae, Kansas City, 7; TFernandez, Toronto, 7. HOME RUNS Gonzalez, Texas, 33; Griffey Jr, Seattle. 32; Belle, Cleveland, 29; Palmeiro, Texas, 29; Thomas, Chicago, 28; Fielder, Detroit, 28; Tettleton, Detroit, 26. STOLEN BASES Lofton, Cleveland, 46; Curtis, California, 40; RAIomar, Toronto, 36; Polonia, California, 35; RHenderson, Toronto, 31 ; Uohnson, Chicago, 28; White, Toronto, 24. Pitching STRIKEOUTS RJohnson, Seattle, 201; Langston, California. 135; Appier, Kansas City, 133; Guzman, Toronto, 132; Cone, Kansas City, 126; Finley, California, 126; Clemens, Boston, 126 SAVES Montgomery. Kansas City. 34; Russell, Boston, 31 ; Olson, Baltimore, 29, DWard, Toronto, 28; Aguilera, Minnesota, 27; Henke, Texas, 24; Eckersley, Oakland, 24. ;( 41 - i Jim SulleyAssocialed Press Zane Smith pitched his first complete game of the season yesterday. Owners' meetings to be crucial, Molitor says PIRATES COX SUNDAY'S GAME Pirates 3 New York 2 PtrafM tb t It H Hi so avg. Garcia 2b 4 1 2 1 0 0 .270 JBetl ss 4 1 3 0 0 0 .319 Merced rl 3 0 1 1 1 0 .348 King 3b 4 0 2 1 0 1 .297 LoSmith cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 26T Bulletl cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .189' McClendon If 4 0 1 0 0 0 .203 Slaught c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .305 KYounglb 4 1 1 0 0 2 .223 ZSmithp 3 0 0 0 0 1 .100 -. Totals 33 3 1 0 3 1 4 New York ab r h bi bb so avg. ' RyThompsoncf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .229 OBnenc 4 0 0 0 0 0 .243' Murray 1b 4 1 1 1 0 2 .279 Bonilla 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .255 : - b-McKnight ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .241 Gallagher It 4 1 1 0 0 1 .287 i-o Kent2b 3 0 2 1 0 0 .280 Bumitzrf 2 0 0 0 1 0 .270 Bogarss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .234 - Tananap 2 0 0 0 0 1 .136 " a-CWalkerph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .225 "a Telghederp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .167 Totals 31 2 5 2 1 9 Z Pirates 001 020 000 3 10 0 New York 010 100 000 2 5 0 a-struck out for Tanana in the 9th. b-grounded out " for Bonilla in the 9th. ' ' LOB - Pirates 6, New York 3. 3B Gallagher (2). HR Murray (18 oft ZSmith. RBIs Garcia (30), V Merced (57), King I68). Murray (75), Kent (51). CS -", Burmtz (3). S ZSmith. GIDP Merced. Runners left in scoring position Pirates 2 - " (KYoung, ZSmith). Runners moved up Slaught. " DP New York 2 (Gallagher and Kent), (Bogar and , , Murray). ,, Pirates Ip h r er bb so np in i ZSmith W, 2-4... 9 5 2 2 1 9 136 3.86 m New York Ip h r er bb so np art TananaL,5-12 . 8 10 3 3 1 3 115 4.53 -T Telgheder 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 5.30 HBP by Tanana (Slaught). Umpires Home, Pulli; First, Darling; Second, Danley; Third, West. i T 2:17. A 27,231. "-vn MILWAUKEE (AP) - The threat of a season-ending strike that would cost clubs millions of dollars hangs over a major-league owners meeting at Kohler, Wis., this week, Paul Molitor said. "I'm not very optimistic about the proposal they're going to make," said Molitor, a member of the players association's executive subcommittee. Molitor also said a work stoppage in the fall would be more effective for the players than waiting until next spring. How seriously the owners negotiate during meetings Wednesday through Friday depends on how seriously they take the players' thoughts of discontinuing the season in about a month, said Molitor. The players are considering going on strike around Labor Day if they don't like what the owners offer. National League President Bill White said this "could be the most important meeting in the history of baseball." PIRATES STATS Batting 11 Lords of Baseball digging in KEIDAN FROM PAGE D-l But the pfayers had better think twice before putting that gun to our heads. Because the moment the clubhouse door closes behind them, two things happen: Binding salary arbitration becomes history. And we will impose a salary cap on the spot. We are the Lords of Baseball, and we are sick to death of being the fool in the marketplace. We will meet in Wisconsin this week to settle our own differences. And from that meeting, a fair and generous contract offer will emerge. The players won't rush to embrace it. They don't want a fixed percentage of our revenues. They want to go on milking the cash cow dry, just as they have. But in their heart of hearts, they must know they are living in a fools' paradise. Baseball is not a healthy industry. Either we find a remedy both sides can live with, or both sides suffer. We lose some piece of our fortunes. They lose their jobs. We are the Lords of Baseball, and we have attempted before to stare down the Major League Players Association. But in the end, we always blinked first. This time is going to be different. This time, there is nowhere to retreat. One more step backward and we plunge into the abyss. We are the Lords of Baseball. Armageddon is coming. And we mean to survive. ab r h 2b 3b hr rW avg " Ballard 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 .429 Merced 321 56 112 20 1 7 57 .348. -VanSlyke 242 32 78 11 4 6 39 .322 " Bell 439 73 140 28 5 6 40 .319 Slaught 298 25 91 15 2 8 45 ,305, King 431 52 128 24 1 7 68 .297 ,lr1 Garcia 355 55 96 20 3 9 30 .270 oc L Smith 161 28 43 3 4 4 18 .267... Martin 318 58 84 1 7 5 7 26 .264 '; Foley 124 11 32 8 1 2 18 .258 - Shelton 24 3 6 1 0 2 7 .250 v Clark 161 20 39 8 0 3 24 .242". Young 323 28 72 14 2 4 34 .223 " Otto 18 0 4 1 1 0 4 .222"' McClendon 123 15 25 4 0 2 12 .203 ' Prince 112 9 22 8 0 1 15 .196" Bullett 53 1 10 0 2 0 4 .189 " -Wagner 27 1 5 0 0 0 1 .148 Wehner 35 3 5 0 0 0 0 .143 72 Cooke 50 3 7 1 0 0 3 .140 . . Tomhn 29 2 4 0 0 0 1 .138 . Z.Smith 20 0 2 0 0 0 0 .100 ' Minor 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 .111) Walk 45 1 4 1 0 0 2 .OB&ox Neagle 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 .009-mj Belinda 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Johnston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000"" Petkovsek 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Shouse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000, Pitching '" wis Ip h er bb so Dewey 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 Johnston 0 1 0 16 8 2 9 9 Cooke 6 7 0149Vi 139 61 46 98 Smith 2 4 0 63 67 27 14 28 Shouse 0 0 0 2VS 2 1 2 2 Minor 6 5 2 70 69 31 20 58 Petkovsek 2 0 0 15 18 8 6 87 Tomhn 3 8 0 81 87 43 11 38 Otto 3 4 0 67 83 37 28 29 Walk 11 8 0138 156 78 44 60 Ballard 2 0 0 27V!s 39 16 10 6 -Wagner 5 6 2 93102 55 29 71 Neagle 2 5 0 62 74 43 30 55 -On disabled list. 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