The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 26, 1991 · Page 38
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AL ROUNDUP Brewers pound i Rangers j GreR Vaughn drove in five runs with a pair of homers, including a three-run shot that sparked a five-run first inning, and Chris Bosio ran his caretT record in April to 15-4 as the Brewers defeated the Texas Hangers 9-1 Thursday in Milwaukee. Bosio scattered nine hits in going the distance and didn't give up a run until the ninth when Julio Franco singled with two out and the bases loaded. TWINS 4. MARINERS 3: Kirby Puckett and Al Newman scored on a wild pitch and error by Seattle reliever Mike Jackson with one out in the 10th inning to give the Minnesota Twins a sloppy victory. BLUE JAYS 3. TIGERS 2: Jimmy Key improved to 4-0 and Joe Car-tor drove in two runs, leading the Blue Jays over the Detroit Tigers in Toronto. From Sun News Services Palacios leads Pirates with 4-hitter Vicente Palacios pitched a four-hitter for his first major league shutout and Bobby Bonilla and Barry Bonds hit back-to-bac k homers as the Pittsburgh Pirates , beat the slumping Montreal Expos 8-0 Thursday night in Montreal for their sixth consecutive ' victory. Palacios, making his second start since taking injured Bob Walk's place in the rotation, sent the Expos to their fifth consecutive loss. Palacios (1-0) appeared in 55 games for Iittsburgh last season, starting only five. 1 The right-hander struck out five and walk none en route to his first complete game in the major leagues. The Pirates, who swept the 'three-game series, took the lead in the third inning off Chris Nab-hol (0-3) when Gary Hedus singled uith two out, went to second on a walk to Jay Bell and scored on Jeff King's single. Bonilla hit his third home and Bonds followed with his second with two out in the sixth inning to make it 3-0. Hedus added a run-scoring ASK ABOUT SNAP MIDWAY LAWNMOWER REDLANDS BLVD. SAN BERNARDINO 796-0717 ri TAKE HOME ANY SNAPPER JXiS t PRODUCT TODAY. NO PAYMENT Z3l$'' f -V"5 NO INTEREST TIL OCTOBER 1991! SLpv M0DELS! ( See Your Snapper Dealer For h WATER'S AVI NG IDEAS!! Jtoggg Si! . ;Mp ' fr'1" ,m,imJl , 'S t'j" Greg Vaughn (23) is congratulated by Dante Bichette after hitting a three-run home run during the Brewers' victory on Thursday. NL ROUNDUP single in the seventh and the Pirates added two more in the eighth on Bonds' RBI double and Don Slaught's single. PHILLIES 5, METS 3: The Phillies rallied from a three-run deficit against Dwight Gooden and beat the New York Mets in Philadelphia as pinch-hitter Handy Heady snapped an eighth-inning tie with a run-scoring single. 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Roger McDowell (3-0) worked one inning for the victory as the Phillies broke a three-game slide and stopped the Mets' four-game winning streak. Mitch Williams walked two batters in the ninth, but got out of the jam for his fourth save. REDS 6, CUBS 4: Pinch-hitter Luis Quinones' two-run homer in the eighth inning gave the Hods a 6-4 victory' over the Chicago Cubs in Cincinnati. Eric Davis tied the game 4-4 with an RBI double in the seventh. From Sun News Services FREE! HB0 a337 I SUPER SYSTEMS I "RMV5I& from INSTALLATION SQR00 SCQ00 FREE LT f PEBMONTH0C I LIMITED TIME) B (714)882-2351 (213) 936-6937 1 2QO E. HIGHLAND AVE. SAN BERNARDINO Choice Includes: oto rot wtvth wttl not ory Th APt rt1 1 RON'S LAWNMOWER 8991 SIERRA AVE. FONTANA 350-8654 Spirit's road woes continue after 3-2 loss to Bakersfield ByKALRUCKER Sun Sports Writer BAKERSFIELD Ah. the road. Something the 1991 San Bernardino Spirit doesn't like very much. Espeically after Thursday's tough loss. The Spirit lost for the fifth time in six games on the road on Thursday, as the Bakersfield Dodgers managed only two hits, but got a 3-2 victory at Sam Lynn Ball Park. John Cummings (2-2) gave up both hits and all three runs for the Spirit, which lost its third consecutive game and is 6-10 on the season. Javier DeLahoya (2-1) earned the victory, going b'.'s innings and allow ing one run on four hits. Bakersfield has won four in a row and is one game behind first-place High Desert with an 8-7 record. The Spirit is 3 'a back. San Bernardino made a final run at the Dodgers in the ninth. With one out, Greg Hunter drew a walk from reliever Don Carroll. Gordon Tipton came out of the bullpen to face Bobby Magal-lanes. Hunter stole second and Mag-allanes delivered an RBI single kLOOD DONORS NEEDED EVERYDAY Blood Bank of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties 399 Blood Bank Road A public service message from The Sun. l990ESTlwLPUJ C BUCKET MAT I.T TH-M IH s. HION-WO flJLf j. 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He stole second and then third. As he slid into third, Greg I'irkl's throw skipped past Magallanes and Mondesi ran home. The Dodgers added two more runs in the filth inning on just one single. Billy Lott led off with a walk. Ron Maurer sacrificed him to second and Dan Cardenas sent him to third w ith a single to center. Cummings then balked the runners up, scoring Lott and Top-selling "LITE" bottoms at rock-bottom prices, NUNN BUSH $3 Leather uppers Leather linings Cushioned Insoles Flexible comfort soles M W 7-13 7-11 Sum and oofcMt may vary by stare PnceanocliwttiniSSI. COAST FOOTWEAR BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE In POMONA" FREEMAN'S 11 33 S.'E Street 5628 Van Buren 637 E. Second 714384-9252 714354-7911 714623-2515 . Open dally 10-9. Sat. 3f,6on. 10-6 . FRIDAY, April 26. 1991 The Sun C3 moving Cardenas to second. Cuiu-mings then balked again, leaving Cardenas at third. Cardenas scored when Dino Ebel hit.a dribbler to third. The Spirit got on the board in the sixth inning. Tavarez led off with a double off the left-fieM wall. Bryan King advanced him to third with a groundout to ficd and Ruben Sanlana squeezed it) the run with a sacrifice bunt. The Spirit had a chance to put some runs on the board in the eighth but left the bases loaded1. With one out. King drew a waIR from Carroll. After another out,. Tow Maynard and Derrick Young filled the bases by hitting infield singles, but to no avail. , t Spirit noloa ! Shortstop Lipso Nava it scheduled lo. hp activated today Nava. wfto played sev&n games tor San Bernardino last season, has been on the disabled list with an injured knee this spring . . . Right-handed pitcher Clint Zavaras will join the Spirit Saturday on rehabilitation assignment. He is schedule; to start Saturday. Zavaras started 10 games tor Seattle in 1989 and sat out all of 1990 wrtti a rotator cuff iniury. . . . Jim Gutierrez (1-tjia scheduled to start tonight as the Spirit e turns to Fiscalmi Field. 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