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Page B4 Decatur, Illinois, Monday, June 17, 1985 Pirates cut Foli PITTSBURGH (AP) Inf ielder Tim Foli, a 15-year major league veteran who has been hobbled by leg injuries this season, was cut Sunday by the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Nation-al League team said Foli, 34, would be put on ... : w T waivcid muii- V nZ3te day with the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. His spot on the 25-man roster will be Tim Foli fined by outfielder Marvell Wynne, who will be activated from the 15-day disabled list, a spokeswoman said. Foli, who drove in three runs and scored six while hitting .333 during the Pirates' 1979 World Series victory over Baltimore, was on the disabled list this season from April 23 until May 17 with hamstring and groin injuries. He was hitting .189 with no home runs and two runs batted in. Test verifies claim FRANKLIN, Ohio (AP) Randy Jackson's baseball comes with polygraph results to prove its authenticity. Jackson, 31, agreed to a polygraph test to prove the baseball that's sat in his closet for years is the one that the Cincinnati Reds player-manager Pete Rose hit for his only grand slam on July 18, 1964, at Crosley Field. He recently came forward with the ball, and agreed to the polygraph test to prove its authenticity. Polygraph operator William Montgomery got information about the July 18, 1964, game from the Reds to question Jackson. Rose went 4-for-4 that day with six runs batted in in a 14-4 victory. Shriver whips Nagelsen BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) Top-seeded Pam Shriver whipped Betsy Nagelsen 6-1, 64 Sunday in an ail-American women's final to retain the Edgbaston Cup. Shriv-TeiUlis er, rank- ed No. 5 in the world, served five aces as she outclassed Nagelsen on the Edgbaston grass. Nagelsen, 28, failed to mount a serious challenge to the 22-year-old Shriver. Shriver's victory earned her $20,320. Robinson beats the field NEW YORK (AP) Rudy Robinson of the Warren St. Athletic Club of Jersey City, N.J., won the New York Roadrunners Club Father's Day four-mile run Sunday in 18 minutes, 48 seconds at Central Park. Robin-Running son 28, . finished 85 yards ahead of Odis Sanders of the Millrose Club, who was timed in 19:04. Dan Dickerson followed in 19:46 to lead the North Shore Track Club to the team championship. Margaret Tartaro of Witold's Runners cap-' tured the women's division in 23:53. Kropfield is Miller winner LIVERPOOL, N.Y. (AP) Jim Kropfeld piloted the Miss Budweiser hydroplane through a wall of water Sports Scene jsiS? to win the $110,000 Miller-American Thunderbolt Classic Sunday. The Hydroplanes event, the second on the nine-stop Hydroplane Unlimited tour, was held on Onondaga Lake in suburban Syracuse. Finishing second for the second consecutive week was rookie Andy Coker, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in the American Speedy Printing. Third place went to Todd Yarling, Hanover, Ind., in the U-22 followed by Scott Pierce, Seattle, Wash., in Exe-cutone Telephones, and Jerry Hopp, Seattle, Wash., in Oh Boy Oberto. Sharannpour wins at Belmont NEW YORK (AP) - Sharannpour, 114 and Angel Cordero, Jr., posted his second stakes victory since coming east from California when he raced to a 2-length victory in the $238,000 Bowling Green Handicap for 3-year-olds and up at Belmont Park Sunday. Horse racing over'u!! soft inner turf course, Sharranpour squeezed through between horses in mid-stretch to register the convincing score. The 5-year-old son of Busted-Shamim covered the 1 miles in 2: 18 1-5 to earn $142,800 for Jerome Moss. The winner returned $5, $3.60 and $3.20 to his backers in the crowd of 22,619. MONDAY EVENING I 7:00 I 7:30 1 8:00 I 8:30 I 9:00 I 9:30 I 10:00 I 10:30 SXDIHSS Baseball News Ent. 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Overall, four jumpers cleared 57 feet the first time that ever has been done legally. ' Banks is the first American to own the world triple jump record in 74 years. Meanwhile, sprinters Kirk Bap-tiste and Jamaica's Merlene Ottey-Page completed doubles by winning the men's and women's 200-meter dashes, respectively. In addition to Banks and Ottey-Page, there were four world-leading performances Sunday night by Andre Phillips, Henry Marsh, Johnny Gray and Doug Padilla. Phillips improved his hold as the No. 3 all-time performer in the men's 400-meter intermediate hurdles and handed NCAA champion Danny Harris of Iowa State only his fourth defeat in 30 races the previous three were to world record holder Edwin Moses winning in 47.67. Harris wound up second in 48.65. Marsh, winning his sixth national championship in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase, was clocked in 8:18.35. Gray zipped past early pacesetter Earl Jones, the Olympic bronze medalist, with about 150 meters remaining in the men's 800 and won in 1:44.01, the fastest automatic clocking in the world in 1985. And Padilla repeated as national champion in the men's 5,000. In other men's finals, American record holder Joe Dial won the pole vault at 18-9; Jim Spivey outkicked American record holder Steve Scott to take the 1,500 in a slow 3:39.54; American record holder Tom Petra-noff captured the javelin at 286-1; Jud Logan, also an American record holder, won the hammer throw at 250-2; John Powell captured his fifth national title and third in a row in the discus at 214-4; Brian Stanton took the high jump at 7-6, and Mark Rowe grabbed the 400 in 44.87. 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