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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 20, 1997, Tokyo, Japan28 PACIFIC SWES TODAY, MY 20,1997 •Twins.7, Red Sox 5 Schedule is subject to change without notice. The Armed Forces Radio and Television Senricels NewSports and Satellite Network are broadcast on 'cabte TV "systems hi Korea, on Okinawa and at Sasebo, Mlsawa, Jwakuni and Tokyo in Japan. Times listed are Japan and Korea standard time: S " TUE., Hay 20, at 8:30 a*n.-fro hockey—NHL Stanley Cup playoffs: Western Conference final, Colorado vs. Detroit, Game, 3.. TUE., May 20, at 1 a.m.—Autb racing: USAC Thunder Racing (miniatures). TUE., May 20, at 8^0 ajn.—Pro hockey—NHL Stanley Cup playoffs: Western Conference final, Colorado vs. Detroit, (Same 3. TUE., May 20, at 4 p.'m.-'Motorcycle racing: AMA Supsrcross. AFKN television TUE., May 20, at 10 am—Pro hockey—NHL Stanley Cup. playoffs: Western Conference final, Detroit vs. Colorado, Game 3. FEN-Iwakuni TV 66 TUE., May 20, at 8:30 a.m.—To be announced. FEN television TUE., May 20, at 9 a.m.—To be announced. BOSTON .Grcprrss Bragg cf Crdero If :MVghn1b Stanley dh Nhring3b Hslmanc Httbergc Pmbrtnrf Jffrsonph Frye2b . Totals Boston ,, Minnesota - ?. .'• abrhbi •^52 0 0 41 3 1 "4 10 0 4 1 20 3 0 ,1 2 4 Q 1 1 30 00 1000 3000 10 0 0 4010 36584 BMNESOTA . abrhbi Knb5ch2p 5 1 2 p Lawton If 31 10 •MoWordh 501 1 GMyrsc 51 1 1 Sthviaklb 3 ? 2 1 DrJksncf 41 1 1 . Becker rf 311 0 Meares ss 4022 TWalkrSb 3 001 Hck)ng3b 000 0 •>l;' ••.•.••'•.• .Totals 357117 202 000 100-S 502 000 OOs— 7 E— Garciapargi (3), Frye (2), Knoblauch (5), Meares (6), T. Walker (3). DP-Minnesota 1. LOB^- Boston 5, Minnesota 9. 2B— Bragg (11), M.Vaughn (8), Stanley (4), Naehring (9), Lawton (14), Stahoviak (1), Meares 2 (10). 3B-G. Myers (1). HR— Stahor viak (1). SB— Garciaparra (9), Bragg (2), Knoblauch (19). SF—T. Walker. Boston SeteL,4-3 Wasdin Lacy IP H flER BB. SO 2,2-3 97610 21-3 1 0 0 2 0 3 10011 Robertson W, 4-2 62-3 65214 Trombtey 1-30000 1 Swindell 1-3 1" 0 0 0 0 Nautty 1-300000 Guardado . % 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 AguiteraS.7 \ 1 10000 WP — Seta Umpires— Home, Cousins; First, Wetke; Second, Kaiser, Third, Brinkman. T— 2:40. A— 13,879 (55,883). • " ' Indians 8, Blue Jays 6 ( At Toronto CLEVELAND Grssom cf Seftzerdh Thome 1b MaWm'Sb Justice If Rmlrezrf JuFrco2b SAImr c ' Vizquel ss Totals Cleveland ° Toronto E—Vizquel , East Division W L Pct.^GB Baltimore • • 28 13 .68Q/ — New York 25 ^18 .581 4 " Toronto ' 21 19 .525 6V2 Detroit 19 23 .452 9V2 Boston 6 24 .400 11'/2 Central Division Kansas City - 20 20 .500 — Cleveland 20 20, .500 — Milwaukee 19 20 .487 , % Chicago 8 22 .450 2 Minnesota 17 26 .395o 4Vj> West Division Texas ' 23 17 ,575 — ' Seattle 23 19 .548 1 Anaheim" . 21 19 '.525 2 Oakland 17,, 27 ,386 ''8 Saturday's Games Cleveland 8, Toronto-.! " ' •> o Chicago 7, Oakland 6 L „ ^Boston 4, Minnesota 0 Detroit 9, Kansas City 2 ' New York 11, Texas 5 1 Anaheim 6, Milwaukee 5 " Baltimore 4. Seattla 3 Sunday's Games " Cleveland 8, Toronto 6 Minnesota 7, BostdH 5 - Detroit 6, Kansas City 5 „ - .Texas 4, New York 2 'Anaheim 5, Milwaukee 4 Chicago 10, Oakland 4 - • '" ,, Baltimore 8, Seattle? 0 Monday's Gams Seattle (Mover 3-0) at Anaheim (Langston 2-2), (n) Sunday's Box ScoresTigers 6, Royals 5 At Kansas City, Ma DETROIT KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl BLHntrcf 5 1 10, Qffrmn2b 4 1 2 1 Eastey2b 3 1 1 1 J TGdwincf 3010 Hggnsnlf 4111 VitieUoph 1000 ToClrklb 5241 HaHerrf 0000 FrymnSb 5031 JBellph 0000 Nievesrf 4010 Roberts^f 5000 HmeUndh 4022 Wnglb 3000 Nevlnph 0000 CDavisdh 1100 Pride dh 1000 Cooper 3b 4110 BJhnsnc 4010 MiSwyc 3224 DCruz ss 4110 DHwrd ss 4000 ' Damon rf 4000 Totals 3961S6 Totals 32565 Detroit 019 020 300—6 Kansas Cfty 001300100-5 E-£astey (5). DP—Detroit 2, Kansas City 1. LOB-Detroit 10. Kansas City 7. 2B-Eastey (10), To. Clark (6), D. Cniz (11), Cooper (3), 38-Offer- man (3). HR-Offerman (Z), Ml. Sweeney 2 (4). SB— Hkjginson (5), Offeroian (5), T. Goodwin (15). S— Eastey. '-" -a Detroit •- B» H RER BB SO Lira * 4-444-J1 J.CummlngsW,2-0 22-3 2 11 2 0 To. Jones 2 00031 M. Myers S, 1 1-300000 Kansas City BelcherC5-4 61-313 6626 R. Veres „ 21-320002 J. Walker 0 00010 J.Montgomery 1-300000 J. Walker pitched to 1 (tatter in the 9th. HBP—by To. Jones (Ml. Sweeney). Umpires-Home. Young; First. Garcia; Second, Ford; Third, RetHy. T-3:35. A—15.333(40.625). abrhbl 4010 1 0 0 1 1 1, 2<2 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 TORONTO Nixon cf Merced rf ' Carter dh SprgueSb CDIgdolb Sntiagoc SGreen If AGnzIz ss CGrcia 2b Totals 4 1 41 3 1 30 4021 4000 1 2 3 AGnzlzs "411 0 1 1 0 CGrci b 4 0 0 0.; 378117 Total 35686 232 001 000—S5 201 ftjM 300-6 (3), .DP—Cleveland 1, Toronto 1. LOB—Cleveland 5, Toronto 5. 28—S.Alomar (9), C. Delgado (6), A. Gonzalez (7). HR—Thome (9), ,;Ma. Williams 2 (13), S. Alomar (9), Merced (4)^ Car- ter (4). Sprague (7). SB—Nixonf/l8). Cleveland OgeaW,4-3 • Morman Plunk Assenmacher M. Jackson S, 4 Toronto Carpsnter L, 0-2 Quantrill Crabtree " Spoljaric . Assenmacher .pitched HBP—by Ggea (Sprague). :Umpires-r-Home, Hirschteck; First, Hickox; Second, Hendry; Third, McKean.T—2:58, A-<31,137 (51,000). Rangers 4, Yankees 2 At Arlington, Texas NEW YORK TEXAS IP 61-3 1-3 1-3 0, 2 vV 21-3 32-3 1 2 to H 6 0 1 1 0 Srf , $.-^2^ J ,0 0 RER 5 0 1 Q 0 7 1 G 0 1 batter 4 0 1 0 0 7 1 0 •0 in BB 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 the SO 4 0 0 0, 1- 2 4 1 2 8th. abrhbi 5020 5020 3010 4011 0 0 D 0 50^0 3 11 1 3000 4000 ^120 -1000 36292 Newson If IRdrgz c t, GreercfJuGnlzdh WCIarklb Palmer 3b BRipknSb LStvnsrf Bufordcf DCdeno 2b Gilss • Totate " abrhbl 4120 4111 4 0 1 0 41 1 2 3000 10 0 0 2000 3020 0 1 00 3.0 0 0 3010 31483 Raines if Jeter ss BeWms cf, TMrtnzlb Ppsepr> Fielder dh Hayes 3by Whiten rf Posadac Spjo2b BoggsSb Totals NewYork _ 010 010 000—2^ Texas . , ," " 300 000 JOx—4 E—Whiten (5), Greer fft- DP-rNew Yo* 1. LOB— New York 12,° Texas 3. 2&-H. Rodriguez (10), L. Stevens (7). 3B-GreV,(1). HR-vHayes P), Ju- . Gonzalez (5). SB—Be. Williams (7). IP 8 DH 8 RER BB 3 -0 SO 9 5 3 20 0 2 00 NewYork Cone L, 5-3 Texas D. Oliver W, 2^ X. Hernandez WettelandS.10 D. Oliver pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP— Cone, D. Ollvw. PB-4. Rodriguez. Balk- Cone. - " Umpires-4k)me, Bamett; First, Kosc; Second, Clark; Third, Morrison. T— 2:50. A-46.850 (48,100). White Sox 10, Athletics 4 A At Oakland, Caif. OAKLAND abrhW abrhW 5110 5 2 2 J 4 3, 4 2 2211 4012- 4002 5022 4000 2210 35101210 Mshorecf Giambi dh Cnseoolf , McGwrlb MgdanlbBerroarf Spiezk)2b GoWmsc Brosius3b Sheldon ss Stairs ph Totals 4 100 5231 4 13 3 4,0 0 0 '0 Q 00 2000 4 00 0 200 0 3000 3000 1000 324645 CHICAGO Drham2b Cmeronrf FThmsIb Belle HF Snopek3b Babies dh NMartnss Krkvcec DLewiscf Totals Chicago 000 202 420-10 OaUand 000092020-4 E—N. Martin 2 P), DP-Chicago 2. Oakland 1. LOB—Chicago 7, Oakland 7. 2B-GJambi 2 (8). HR-Canseco (9). CS-O.Lewte (1).'S-Snopek. SF-Babies. . -". - Chicago IP H RER BB SO BaldwiriW,2-5 7 4 2 , 2- <4 3 Levine 1 2 "2- t^ 0 1 •C.CastHlo 1 0 0' 0.- 1 ~ 1 OaUand MohterL.0-6 , 52-3 5 ' 4 ." 4 J 4 2 A:Smalf 1-334410 Oquist 2 42210 Taylor '1 00001 A. Smalt pitched to S batters in the 7th. HBP—by A. Small (Belle), by Baldwin (Mashore). Umpires- Home, Meriwether, First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Craft. T-a:53. A—45.227 (43,662). . Angels 5, Bre" wers 4 , At Anaheim, CatSf. MILWAUKEE ANAHEM abrhb! ebrhbi •*• GeWmstt 5 1 1 0 Phillips If .2 1 00 CmltoSb 3010 OPmroff 0000 Witesonlb 3111 Erstadlb 4 11 1 Jahadh 3111 HollinsSb 3111 Bumitzcf 3011 Edmndcfs 3223 Mteskerf 4000 Salmdnrf 3000 JsVattnss 4 1 1 0 (3Andsndh 3010 Loretta2b 3 00 0 Kreuterc 3000 Husonph 1000 Grbeck2b 3000 Mthenyc 2011 DiScnass 3610 Levtec 200 0 Totals 33474 Totts 27S65 IliNraukea 101 100 010-4 Anaheim \ 202 001 OOx-€ E—Matheny (2). Phillips (1). DP—MilwSuikea12, Anaheim 1. LOB—Mitwaukea 6. 2B-Ge?Wi!llams (8), "Cirilto (13), Js, Valentin (4), Erstad (9). "HR— Nitssen (5), Jaha (9), Edmonds 2 (9). CS—Phillips (1),DiSarcina(2). . , Milwaukee IF H RER BB SO J. Mercedes L, 1-1 7 65412 Do. Jones 1 0 0 0 0. 1 Anaheim • M ' D. Springer W, 2-1 62-3 5 ,,3 33 4 Hoftz 1-3 2 1 ,1 0 0 DeLucia 1 00001 JamesS, 6 . 1 00001 Holtz pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. HBP—by Dp. Jones (Phillips), by D. Springer (Cirillo). Um- pires—Home, Reed; First, Tschida; Second, Den- kinger; Third, Shulock. T—2:26. A—16.665 (34.687). Orioles 8, Mariners 7 AtSsattlo BALTIMORE SEATTLE abrhbl " abrhbl ByAdsncf 4110' Cora2b 5121 Rboulet2b 1100 ARdrgzss 4332 RAIrnr2b 2000 GrfyJrcf 5122 EDavisdh 4120 EMrtnzdh 5021 rascodh 0 1 0 0 DaWfenc 3000 Hoiteslb 3124 Srrenfolb 3121 CRipkn3b 4111 Biwerslb 1000 Incvglarf 3000 Bunnerrf 4000 Surhoff If 0000 Gates 3b 4 i 1 0 Hmnds If 5111 Amaral If 4000 Wbsterc 2000 -RPrn^Jb 2012 Bordickss 4100 Totals 34888 Totals 3B7127 Bsltlmoro 100 031 102—8 Seattle 201 121 000—7 E—Reboulet (2). LOB—Baltimore 10, Seattle 6. 2B—E. Davis (10), Hotles (5), Gates (4). 38—Cora (2), A, Rodriguez (1). HR-^Hoiles (7), Hammonds (3), H RER BB SO Adamson 5 3 2' 1 4 3 Wlckman w 1 22211 vlltone, . 2-30001 0 FettersL.1-2 11-33 2 2 1 1 Anarwim. '. •' Watson 32-3 85511 Hasegawa 22-3 2.0 000 P. Harris 100030 Holtz 1-3 00 0 0 6 PercivalW,i-2 .- 11-3 1 0 0 .0 1 Adamson pitch0d[ to 2 batters In the 6th. WP— Watson. Umpires— Home, Shulock; First, Reed; Second, Tschida; Third, Denkinger. T— 3:12. A— 34.922(34,687). • 'Yanlkees il,Rangers'S- - • -''''' NEWYORK TEXAS abrhbl abrhbl Raineslf 5330 DCdeno2b 4 1 O'O BoggsSb 511 0 IRdrgzc 4142° BeWmscf 42 44 BRipknSb 1010 Posscf 1010 Greerlf & 4 0 2 1 TMrtnzlb 6 1 13 Simmsrf 101 1 Fiekierdh 6 14 1 JuGnlzdh 401 1 O'Neillrf ° 5 2 3 2 * Newsonph 1 0 0 0 Jeterss 5 0 00 WCIarklb 4 00 0 Duncan 2b 5 010 HMrcd c 1 0 0 0 Sojo2b ,1000 PalmerSb 3000 Posada c 4121 Dvrauxll / 10 0 0 LStvnsrf 40 00 Bufordcf 401 0 • Gilss'1 3320 Totals 47112011 Totals 395 125 Nsw York 602 001 110—11 Texes 100 010 201— 5' E— Boggs (3), D. Cedeno 2 (2). jDP— New York 1 . Texas 2. LOB— New York 15, Texas 9. 2B— Raines (9), Fielder (10), I. Rodriguez (9), Ju. Gonzalez (4), Gil (5). HR— T. Martinez (17), O'Neill (8). SB— Buford (11). lNewYork < IP H RER BB SO MendozaW,3-1 5 72204 Stanton 1 1-3 2 2 2 2 0 Nelson 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Boehringer 1 31102 Texas BurkettL.2-3 12-3 °9 6 6 1 0 Albenro 5 7 4 4 '3 1 Gunderson 11-32 1 1 1 1 Vosbsrg 1 20011 - Umpires— Home, Morrison; First, Bamett; Sec- ond, Kosc; Third, Clark. T— 3:21. A— 46,625 (48,100). Tigers 9, Royals 2 At Kansas Crty, Mo. DETROIT KANSAS CITY abrhb! abrhbi BLHntrcf 5122 'Olfrmn2b 3000 Easley2b 5110 JBellss 3110 Hggnsnlf 4222 Dyerf 1000 ToClrklb 42 2 3 .Roberts If 3000 FrympSb 4110 Vitielloph 1110 Nieves rf 2200 King 1b 3 0 0 1 ' Hmelindh 4010 DHwrd ss 1 01 0 Csnovac 4011 QDavisdh 4000' DCruz ss ° 4011 PquetteSb 2011 Spehrc 4000 TSdwincf 2 0 00 w Cooper 1b, 1010Damon rf 3000 Totals 369119 Totals 31252 Detroit 104001 210—9 Kansas City 000 100 001—2 LOB— Detroit 10, Kansas City 5. 2&-J."Bell (8), Paquette (10). HR-s-B.L. Hunter (3), 'Hlgginson (6). To. Clark 2 (16). SB— Easley (12). CS— Nieves (3),', S— Q. Cruz. SF— Paquette. Detroit IP H RER BB SO PughW, 1-0 8 31124 M.Myers 1 21101 Kansas CityPittsley L; 0-4 5 65522 McDill 12-3 1 3 3 5 1 J. Montgomery • 11-341101 Pichardo 1 00001 HBP — by McDill (Fryman), by Pittsley (Nieves). Umpires— Home, Reilfy; First, Young; Second, Gar- cia; Third, Ford. T— 2:52. A— 22,891 (40,625). Red Sox 4, Twins 0 At Minneapolis BOSTON MINNESOTA abrhbi abrhbi Grcprrss 5000 Knb!ch2b 4010 Bragg cf 3220 Lawton If 3000 Crdero If , 3110 Molitordh 4000 MVghn 1b 4012 Stnbch c 4020 Jffrsondh 30 00 Sthviaklb -3000 NhringSb 4021 DrJksncf 4010 O'Lryrt „ 3121 Beckerrf 2000 Pmbrtnrf 1 00 0 Meares ss 3 0 00 JhValtn2b 4000 GMyrsph 1000 Httbergc '' 4000 TWalkr3b 3000 Totals 34484 Totals 31040 Boston 012 000 010-4 Minnesota 000 000 000-0 DP— Minnesota 1. LOB— Boston 6, Minnesota 8. 2B— Bragg (10), M.Vaughn (7), Knoblauch (5). HR-O'Leary(4). Boston IP H RER BB SO GordonW,2-5 - 9 4 0 0 4 10 Minnesota RadkeL.3-3 72-3 84435 Guardado 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 3 • Umpires— Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Sec- ond. Wetke; Third, Kaiser. T— 2:40. A— 18,388 (55,883). NATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta Florida Montreal NewYork Philadelphia /"East Division w L 28 13 26 16 , 23 17 & 22 20 16 25 Pet GB .683 — .619 21/2 .575 4Vz .524 6V? .390 12 .512 — .500 Vz .425 3Vz .341 7 .317 8 ( Central Division Houston , 22 21 Pittsburgh „ 21 21 St Louis 17 23 Chicago 4 27 Cincinnati „ 13 28 - West Division SanFrancteco 24 16 .600 — Los Angeles 3 17 .575 1 Colorado 23 18 ^61 11/z San Diego , 15 25 ,375 9 Saturday's Garms San Diego 6, Cincinnati 2 .New York 3, Colorado 1 , Florida 11, Pittsburgh 1 PhUadelDhia 4, Houston 2 Atlanta 11, St. Louise Los Angeles 8, Montreal 3 San Francisco 4, Chicago 1 * Sunday's Games ' Philadelphia 5. Houston 3 Montreal 7, Los Angeles 4 ,/Floricte 5, Pittsburgh 3,10jnn. . , . . New York to, Colorado 4 •' ;? j . Chicago 5, San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 5, San Diego 0 St. Louis at Atlanta, (n) • Monday's Games San Diego (Ashby 2-2) at Cincinnati (Schourek 2- 3)" • • •'..'... ' ' • ' •-.. Los Angeles (Martinez 3-2) at Montreal (Juden 3- Co!orado^(BurkeO-0)atN0wYork(Reynoso2-0) . San Francisco (Femand«E 3-3) at Chicago •(TrachseH-4) , Houston (Kile 3-2) «|t Pfiiladelphla (Madura 3-4), (n) St. Louis (Stottlemyre 2-2)'at Atlanta (Neagle 6-0), ^ '•.'••; '' : ',.• *Sunday's Box Scores Reds 5, Padres 0 At Cincinnati SAN DiEGO CINCINNATI abrhbi abrhbi SRnteycf 50 00 DSndrscf 4010 QVera32p 50 20 CGdwirilf 4 1 0 0 ' Gwynnrf 4030 Larkinss 3032 Joynerlb 2 0 0 0 Belinda p 0000 Shmprt3b 1 000 Shawp 0000 CnfrccoSb 400 0 Frdyceph 1 000 Bamonlf 4020 Brntleyp 0000 nhertyc , 4 0 1 0"- RSndrsrf 2000 Gomezss 40 10 LHrrisrf 1 01 1 vlnzelap 1000 EduPrzlb 5000 GVghnph 1 000 PndltonSb 5220 Brgmnp v 0000 Boone2b 3010 Slaiightph TOO 0 JOIverc 3 1 0 1 Longp 0 0 0 0 Burbap 0 1 0 0 CrJnesph " 00 00 HMorisph, 1000 Reesess 1010 Totals 36090 Totals 33594 SanDlcgo 000 000 000-0 Cincinnati 021 000 11x-6 E-Q. Veras (3), Flaherty (3). LOB-San Piego 11, Cincinnati 13. 2B—Q. Veras (7), Beamon (2), Larkin (6). SB—O.Sanders 2 (25), Larkin (8), Pendleton 2 (2), Boone (2), Reese (2). CS—Boone (3). S—Burba. San Diego IP H RER BB SO ValenzuelaL,1-6 3 5323 4 Bergman 3 10 0 2 2 Long 2 3 2 1 20 Cincinnati Burba W, 4-4 6 7 0 0 " 1 5 Belinda • 2-32 0 0 0, 1 Shaw , 11-3 0.0 001 . Brantley '„. 1 0 0 '0 0 1 ' HBP—by Br^itley (Gr. Jones), by Valenzuela (Burba). Umpires—Home, West; First,' Winters; Sec- ond,Layne; Third, Hemahdez. t—3:13. A—23,265 (52,952). •:'-•.. Mets 10j Rockies 4 At New York COLORADO NEW YORK abrhbl • sbrhbi EcYng2b 30 00 .Everettcf 3101 McCkn cf •; 4011 Alforizo 3b. 5 1 2 1 LWalkrrf' 4020 Gilkeylf 3212 Bchettelf 4 00 0 Huskey 1b 5132 Glrrgalb 4 1.2 1 Baerga2b 4121 Castil!a3b 2. 1 11 Lidlep 0000 MnwmC § 1 0 0 Ochoarf 1001 BRuffhp 000 0 Olerudph 0 0 00 DeJeanp 0000 Blesercf 1100 Holmes p 0000 ACstilloc 1000 Weiss ss ; 3000 Hndteyc 1100 BMJonesp 211 0 Ordnezss 3111 McCrry p . 0 0 00 Mlicki p 1000 Bates ph 1 0 00 llirmnph 0000 Dipotop 0000 MFrcoph 1000 SReed p 0000 Trlicek p 0000 MMunzp 0 00 0 Kswdap 0000 JeReedc 1010 Alxndr2b 0101 Totals 31483 Totals 2910910 Colorado 001000210—4 NewYork 000 200 08*—10 E-A. Castillo (1). DP—Colorado 2, New York 2. LOB—Colorado 6^ New York 9. 28—McCracken (3), L. Walker (13), Galarraga (8), Huskey (8), Baerga (8). HR-Galarraga (9). Castilla (11). SB—EC. Young (10), Everett (6). S—Weiss, Baerga SF—Ochoa. Colorado IP H RER BB SO B.M. Jones 51-3 42273 McCurry 2-300 0 0 0 Dipoto ' 1 00 0 0 0 . S.Reed 1-3 11100 - M.Munoz 001 1 1 0 B. Ruffin U 0-1 0 03330 DeJean . 0 3 3 31 0 Holmes 2-3 10 0 0 1 NewYork Mlk;W 641 1 2 7 Trlicek " " 1-3 12 1 1 0 KashiwadaW.1-0 12-3 21 1 2 1 Udte 1 1 0 0 >^0 M. Munoz pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, B. Ruffin pitched to 3 batters in the 8th, DeJean pitched to 4 batters in the 8th. WP—Kashiwada. Umpires- Home, Reliford; First, Vanover; Second, Darting; Third, Quick! T-3:13, A-22,845 (55,601). Cubs 5, Giants 3 At Chicago SAN FRANCISCO CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl JavkN-cf 311 0 McRaecf 5 130 MLewis3b 411 0 Glnvilteif 4110' GHillrf 4 0 1 1 MaGrdb 4010 Bonds If 4 JO 00 Sosarf - 5223 Kent2b 3 00 0 Dnstonss 3020 Snowlb 400 1 JHmdzSb 4-1 1 0 RWIknsc 30 10 Snchez2b 4010 Mueller ph 1000 MHbrdc 2000 Auriliasa 3 1 1 1 DClarkph 0000 Tvarezp > 0000 Servalsc ,,-0000 Pootep 0000 Mlhllndp, 3010 Benardph 1000 Wndellp 0000 Estesp 0000 Sndbrgph 1011 Roap 2 0 1 0 Pttreonp 0000 Vzcalnoss 1010 TAdrnsp 0000 Totals 33373 Totals 355134 San Francisco 000 002 100-3 Chicago v 300 000 20x-5 E-^-M. Lewfe <4). DP—San Francisco 1. LOB— , San Francisco 7. Chicago 11. 2B-G.HIII (11),1 McRae (12), J. Hernandez (2), Sanchez (3). HR— Aurilia (1). Soa«i2 (9). SB—McRae (3), Dunston (9). CS-Glanvllle(3).S-Javter,Gianville. San Francisco IP H RER BB SO - Estes 12-3 43222 ' Roa 41-3 5 0 0 \1 1 TavarezL.0-2 2-3 2 2 2 0 0 Poote 11-3 2 0 0 1 2 Chicago' ' ' ' n Mwlholland 61-3 73312 :. s«« SCOREBOARD; Pag* 27 O ;

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