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T" I PICTURE PERFECT ENTERTAINM Spirit wins game, loses another player I IVF SPORTS PAT-rtH-WltW SUPER SYSTEM 0 DOWN PAYMENT With Built-in Descrambler YEARS OF CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE 714882-2351 1200 E. Highland Ave. San Bernardino OPEN 7 DAYS RESIDENTIAL SATELLITE OF AMERICA well. You just have to believe in yourself." The Spirit was a team that still had confidence after a ftirious four-run rally by the A's put them ahead, 6-5. "They came back in encouraging one another, and it was good to see," Mahlberg said. "We knew we'd get at least a tie when we came back in," Twitty said. "We have a lot of guys on the team who wouldn't quit." After A's reliever Todd Ingram (4-5) gave up consecutive singles to Ryan Free-burg and Tim Scott, Burnett's bunt-single loaded the bases. Then it was Tim Demerson's turn as he skipped a single to right field, scoring Freeburg and tying the game, 6-6. Ingram's next offering was a wild pitch catcher Izzy Molina couldn't handle, and Scott scampered home for the game-winner. : Spirit starter Carlos Perez (2-3) went eight innings, scattering seven hits and three earned runs while striking out three. Spirit notes According to Spirit manager Greg Mahlberg, it was injuries that forced the to send Tim Cooper to Prince William . . . Spirit catchers Mike Flgga and Jeff Motuzat are listed as day-to-day after injuries suffered In Friday night's bench-clearing brawl vs. the Angels. Figga can't open his left eye and Motuzas has a broken nose . . . Angels right-hander Michael Ros-slter (3-1, 4.50) will go against either righthander John Sutherland (3-4, 3.18) or righthander Rick Sutch (0-2, 5.76) today . . . Game time is set (or 4:05 p.m. By Jeff Wong, Sun Sports Writer SAN BERNARDINO Eight hours before the San Bernardino Spirit dispatched the Modesto A's, 7-6, on Saturday night, the call came for infielder Tim Cooper, and it was a call that Spirit manager Greg Mahlberg dreaded. On the phone was the faceless force of the New York Yankees, telling Mahlberg that the club was sending Cooper to its Sin-gle-A Carolina League affiliate at Prince William. As Mahlberg spoke about it, all he could do was shake his head. Cooper was the second Spirit player moved by his parent organization this week. Pitcher Tim Smith was sent by the Oakland A's to Triple-A Tacoma in the Pacific Coast League on a temporary assignment. Oddly enough, the Spirit (3-1) is playing better despite the roster moves in the past week. For the second straight game, the Spirit broke double digits in hits, garnering a season-high 19 for the 1,745 fans at Fiscali-ni Field. The hits from unexpected players, like Sean Twitty, who went 3-for-5 with two RBI against the A's (2-2). On the season, Twitty is batting .250. "It's confidence, mostly," Twitty said. "If your confidence level is high, your mechanics will come through and you'll do f WEEKDAYS' WEEKDAYS jr After 12pm after 3pm I GREEN FEE S CART PER PLAYER GREEN FEE & CART PER PLAYER Excellent Turfgrass Conditions Open to Public standi wuu fry ett (909)886-0669 3380 Little Mountain Dr. San Bernardino OITor good with this ad. Expires 73193. Excluding Holidays NOW MORE TIRE VALUES! (9 - (AfinstonTires 80,000 MILE LIMITED TREADWEAR WARRANTY The MlchelirrXH4 Steel Radial is a premium all-season tire that sets new standards for mileage and even wear without sacrificing grip or comfort. EEAIUHES; full depth tread grooves and stpes new I Winston is your 1 Factory Authorized 1 rwW Michelin Tire Dealer H2 The Sun SUNDAY, June 27, 1993 Roar of the crowd Letters to the sports editor Oberjuerge misses the boat on sports-talk radio column I just read (Paul Oberjuerge's) June 16 column on sports talk radio, and I found it to be a very intelligent and informative article . . . NOT! You make it sound like everybody calling sports-talk radio wants to talk about (Darryl) Strawbeny. If you even bothered to listen to sports radio for at least 15 minutes, you would have found out that we don't just talk about Strawberry. We talk about the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup finals, baseball, basketball, football, hockey, etc. It's something any normal, intelligent sports editor would enjoy listening to. So, Mr. Oberjuerge, why don't you go back to listening to your easy-listening music and Rush Limbaugh and stop insulting The San Bernardino Sun readers. KEVIN LUCAS Moreno Vallay ITS THE FANS' GAME: It's another season of baseball and the All-Star Game is coming up. It's also the time of the year when the fans start their moaning and complaining about who should and shouldn't go to the game. The fans vote who they want to see. There has never been a rule stating that this should be done on the basis of the statistics of the ballplayer for the first half of the season, the past season, the player's career of just for the heck Dfit. This game is for the fans to vote on and, hopefully, see their dream teams play one game a year. STEVE PORTIAS San Bernardino MAGIC SHOULDN'T SHOW BIAS: Magic Johnson, we all had to put up with the misery of Tommy Heinson (as a color commentator) every time the Lakers played the Celtics (in the NBA Finals). Magic, could you please be a little, tiny bit impartial. I'm sure Chicago Bulls fans everywhere would greatly appreciate it. MIKE PAYNE Fontana The Sun publishes letters to the sports editor on weekends. Send letters to The Sun, Roar of the Crowd, 399 N. D Street, San Bernardino, 92401, or fax to (909) 384-0327. Include name, address and daytime phone number. : Sports in brief Shaw's parents, sisters die in accident near Vegas The parents and sister of Miami Heat guard Brian Shaw were killed and an infant girl injured in an auto accident early Saturday on the city's outskirts, the Nevada Highway Patrol said. Charles Shaw, 52, apparently fell asleep at the wheel of the family's jeep when the accident occurred at 5:15 a.m. on Interstate 15 about nine miles south of the city limits. -. Charles Shaw, his wife, Barbara, 51, and daughter, Monica, 24, all were ejected from the jeep. The women were pronounced dead at the scene, said Steve Harney, public information officer for the highway patrol. ' The vehicle drifted off into the dirt median, traveled 800 feet, came back onto the roadway, overturned at least 1 V4 times before skidding off the roadway into the dirt shoulder, Harney said. Charles Shaw was airlifted to University Medical Center in Las Vegas, where he died from his injuries about an hour later, Harney said. SELES NOT LIKELY TO PLAY IN '93: Monica Seles probably won't play tennis for Jhe rest of the year because of the stab wound he received two months ago, a German magazine quoted Seles' manager as saying Saturday. J Focus reported that Seles' manager, Stephanie Tolleson, said the 19-year-old star's recovery is taking longer than expected. A German factory worker stabbed Seles in the back April 30 while she sat during a break 5n a tournament in Hamburg. WILLIAMS WINS PBA TITLE: iFormer Chino resident Walter Ray Williams pr. picked up his fourth PBA title of the year jand his second in a row Saturday when he captured the $137,500 Oregon Open. I" Williams, a 33-year-old from Stockton, defeated top-seeded Brian Voss of Boca Raton, frla., 224-217, in the title match for $23,000 and Ihis 10th career crown. AIKMAN SAYS HE'LL BE READY: Jpallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman arrived back in Texas Saturday evening standing Stall, walking easily and reaffirming a pledge to ,play in the season opener against the Washing-don Redskins. f Aikman underwent surgery last week in ijos Angeles to repair a herniated disk in his Sower back. He's Texas for a week before returning to California for rehabilitation. ' JACKSONVILLE'S 'NFL DREAM DIES' Investors trying to secure a NFL franchise for Jacksonville said "our NFL dream died" after Jhe collapse of negotiations with the mayor over a Gator Bowl lease. ' "It will take a miracle at this point for this hing to come back to life," J. Wayne Weaver, JLhe principal investor in Touchdown Jacksonville! Ltd., said Friday night. BRIEFLY NOTED: Croatia rolled past Belgium 06-74 in second-round action at the European Basketball Championships Many of the cases "against those responsible for the looting and violence that marred last February's Dallas Cowboys victory parade have been dropped, the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram reported. . . . NFL commissioner IPaul Tagllabue said Friday he needs more time to "Settle the dispute between the Houston Oilers and Washington Redskins over linebacker Wilber Marshall. . . . Tom Pukstys, the U.S. javelin champion, Set an American record of 281 feet, 2 inches, at an International meet in Kuortane. . . . Miss Budweiser aced to a world hydroplane record as Chip Ha-Snauer reached a top average speed of 165.975 mph, Jnaking him the top qualifier for the Thunder on the Ohio rade in Evansville. i f r From Sun News Services rubber compound extra rubber in the sidewalls and under the tread "SFT speed rating. 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Neither could help the Quakes Saturday as Brown gave up eight runs, six earned, in four innings and Drinkwater was one of three Quakes to go 0-for-5. "You are going to have good days and you are going to have bad days," Champion said. "The guys with the least amount of bad days have the better chance of getting to the big leagues." The days of late for the Quakes have been downright awful. But the last two games the team has fought back in the late innings to make a respectable showing. The had four runs in the eighth inning and one more in the ninth before bowing out to the Pilots. On Friday against the Quakes the team scored one run in the eighth and five in the ninth during a 14-6 loss to High Desert. The Pilots scored four runs in the second inning all with two outs. The first run came on a solo home run to left by Pilots shortstop Craig Bryant, his first of the season. In the third inning Fred McNair and James Bon-nici hit back-to-back home runs for a 6-0 lead. 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