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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - May 6, 1993, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Aiken Standard, Aiken, S.C., Thursday, May 6, 1993 Page 11A  Mussina  Shuts  warn rn  Twins  Out  3-0  By The Associated Press  MINNEAPOLIS - Mike Mussina pitched a two-hitter and shut out Minnesota for the second time in a week as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Twins 3-0.  It was the sixth major league shutout and 12th career complete game for Mussina (4-1), who has recorded the Orioles’ last four shutouts. Mussina’s only loss in 12 decisions since last Aug. 21 came in this season’s debut His five-hitter beat the Twins 11-0 at Baltimore last Thursday.  A.L. Roundup  Mussina, who went 18*5 last year, has been amazingly consistent during his 50-start career — pitching at least five innings 48 times, allowing two runs or less 31 times and averaging 7 2-3 innings per start.  BALTIMORE    MINNESOTA  ab r h bi  Andrsn lf    4    0 11    Knblch 2b  McLmr rf    4    0 3 0    Mack lf  CRpkan sa    4    0 0    0    Puckett    cf  GDavis 1b    4    0 0 0    Hrbek 1b  Segui 1b    0    0 0 0    Wnfleld dh  Hoilaa c    2    10 0    PMunz rf  Gomez 3b    4    10 0    Larkin rf  Obando dh    4    12    1    Wbstar    c  Rynlds 2b    4    0 10    Pglruio 3b  Buford cf    3    0 10    Rboulat aa  Buah ph Mea res aa Totala    33    3 8    2    Totals  Baltimore    OOI    200  Minnesota  E —GDavis (2), Holies (2). Reboulet (4). DP-Mmnesota I. LOB Baltimore 9, Minnesota 5. 2B Anderson (9), McLemore (4), Pagllarulo (2). SB McLemore (5).  IP  Baltimore  Mussma W.4-1    9  Minnesota  Banks L.2-2    3    1-3  Hartley    3    2-3  Garces    1  Guthrie    2-3  Mahomes    1 -3  ab r h bl  4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 OOO OOO OOO OOO 0 1 0 OOO OOO 0 0 0 0 30 0 2 0 000-3 OOO OOO 000—0  H RER BB SO  White Sox 3, Brewers I  MILWAUKEE - Robin Ventura homered in the ninth inning and Steve Sax made a run-saving catch in the eighth, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1.  CHICAGO  Cora 2b LJhnsn cf Thmas 1b Bell dh Vntura 3b Pasqua rf Burks rf Sax lf Huff lf Krkvce c Fisk c Grbeck ss Totals Chicago Milwaukee  ab r h bi  5 0 10 5 13 0 4 0 11 4 0 10 3 111  3 0 10 10 0 0  4 1 1  000 2 0 0  1 0 0 4 0 1  36 3 10  MILWAUKEE  Ustach ss Surhoff 3b Spiers 2b Doran 2b Thon 3b GVghn dh Reimer lf Brnsky rf Nilsson c Jaha 1b Mieske cf  Totals  IOO  OOO  32 I 5 1 OOO 002-3 010 000-1  DP -Milwaukee 1. LOB-Chicago 8, Milwaukee 4 2B—Pasqua (2), Sax (1), Jaha (2). 3B—  I lnhn«nn IPI HR—Ventura 131.  BB SO         IP    H    R ER      Chicago      Fernandez    7 1-3    5    1    I      Radinsky W,1-0    2-3    0    0    0      Hernandez S,4    1    0    0    0      Milwaukee      Navarro    7    6    1    I      Austin    1    0    0    0      Orosco L,0-2    1-3    2    2    2      Henry    2-3    2    0    0     ab r h bi  3 0 0 0 10 0 0  3 0 0 0 10 0 0  4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 110 3 0 10 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 0  Royals 4, Tigers 3  DETROIT - Harvey Pulliam hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, giving Kansas City a 4-3 win over Detroit.  The loss was the first in six starts for Detroit’s David Wells (4-1), who allowed just five hits.  KANSAS CITY     McRae cf    ab r  4 1    h bi  2 0      Plliam rf    4    1    1    2      Jose rf    0    0    0    0      Brett dh    4    0    0    0      McRnls lf    4    2    1    0      Joyner 1b    3    0    0    0      Mcfrlne c    4    0    2    1      Hiatt 3b    3    0    0    0      Lind 2b ,    4    0    0    0      Gagne ss    3    0    0    0      Totals    33    4    6    3      Kansas City Detroit  E- Phillips (3),    Fry ma     DETROIT  Phillips cf Whtker 2b Frymn ss Fielder 1b Gibson dh Tttleton lf Cuyler cf Deer rf Lvngst 3b Barnes pr Kreuter c Totals 010 OOO OOO OOO     IP    H    R ER    BB    so      6    8    2    2    4    9      1-3    0    0    0    0    1      1-3    1    1    1    0    0      2 1-3    3    0    0    1    2      8    5    4    3    0    6      1    1    0    0    1    0     Standings  Major Leagues  NATIONAL LEAGUE     East Division W L    PCL    GB      Philadelphia    19    7    .731    'Mi j;      Montreal    15    12    .656    4 Vt      St. Louie    15    12    556    4W      Chicago    13    13    .500    6      Pittsburgh    13    13    .500    6      Florida    12    15    .444    Th      New York    9    18    360    VA      West Division                  W    L    Pet.    GB      San Francsoo    18    10    643          Houston    16    10    .615    1      Anama    14    16    483    4 to      San Diego    11    15    .423    6      Los Angeles    11    ie    407    evt      Cincinnati    10    16    385    7      Colorado    10    16    .366    7     Wednesday's Gamas  Chicago 3, Colorado 2 San Frand»oo 11, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 6, Florida 2 Montreal 6, San Diego 5 Houlton 6, St. Louis 3 Los Angeles 6, New York 5 Thursday's Game*  Cincinnal! (Bslchar 1-3) af Houaton (Drabek 3-3), 8:05 p.m.  Atlanta (Smoltz 2-3) ait Colorado (Nlad 3-2), 9 OS p.m.  AMERICAN LEAGUE         East Division                  W    L    Pct.    GB      Detroit    16    10    .615    —•      Boston    16    ll    .593    to      New York    15    ll    .577    1      Toronto    14    13    .519    2to      Ctevsland    12    15    .444    4to      Milwaukee    11    14    .440    4to      Baltimore    10    15    .400    5to          Wast Division                  W    L    Pel.    GB      California    14    IO    .583    rn.      Chicago    15    ll    .577    r—      Texas    15    11    577    —      Seattle    13    14    .481    2 to      Minnesota    11    15    .423    4      Kansas City    It    16    .407    4to      Oakland    I    15    348    5to     Wednesday s Games  Baltimore 3. Minnesota 0 Kansas City 4, Detroit 3 Chicago 3. Mil Waukee I Cleveland 3, Seattle 2 California 8, New York 2 Boston 3. Oakland 1 Texas 7, Toronto 1  Thursday'* Games Oakland (B Witt 1-1) at Boston (Clemens 4-1), 12:05 p.m.  California (Sanderson 3-1) al New York (M Witt 10), 12 30 p.m.  Seattle (Johnson 3 2) at Cleveland (Mesa 2-1). 1 35 p.m.  Baltimore (McDonald 2-2) at Toronto (Brow 01), 7 35 p.m.  Giants Rout Phils In Matchup Of Leaders  sBSgSSaas  By The Associated Press  SAN FRANCISCO - Barry Bonds went 4-for-4 to increase his batting average to .432 as the San Francisco Giants routed the Philadelphia Phillies 11-2 in a matchup of NL division leaders.  The Giants also UK got a big game from Boyce Clayton, who hit a three-run triple and drove in a career-high five runs.  Bonds knocked in a run and had two doubles. He leads the league in average, RBIs (29) and is second with eight home runs to teammate Matt Williams.  PHILA  Dykstr cf Mrndni 2b Watt p Lindsay c Knik 1b DHttns 3b D (Hilton c MDavia p DeLeon p Esnrlch rf MTmsn lf Duncan sa DJcksn p Ayrautt p Ballata as Totala  Philadelphia  E —Eisenraich (1), Clayton (IO). DP—Philadelphia 2. LOB—Philadelphia 10, San Francisco 5. 2B — DHolllns (8), Carraon (3), WClark (6), Bonds 2 (ll). 3B —Clayton (3). HR - Daulton (6). Colbert (1). S— RoThompson, Swift.  N.L. Roundup  Hibbard W,2 2 Myers S,8  Reds 6, Marlins 2  MIAMI — Tom Browning continued his comeback from knee surgery by pitching six strong innings, helping the Cincinnati Reds beat the Florida Marlins 6-2.                     SAN FRAN                  sb r h bl        ab r h bl      5    0    2    1    DLswis cf    5 0 0    0      4    0    1    0    Crreon rf    5 1    2 0      0    0    0    0    WClark 1b    4 2 2    0      1    0 0    0    MWIms 3b    5 I    1    I      5 0    I    0    Bonds lf    4 3    4    1      3 0    1    0    RoTsn 2b    2 2    1    1      3    I    1    1    Clayton ss    4 I    2    5      0    0    0    0    Cotbart c    4 1    2    3      0    OOO    Swift p    2 0    1    0      4    0    1    0    LMcds ph    1 0    0    0      4    0    1    0    Rogers p    OOO    0      4    I    0    0    Back p    OOO    0      2 0 0 0                      0    OOO                      I    0    0    0                      36    2    8    2    Totsls 36 ll IS 11                      OOO IOO    100-    2      0                010 370    OOx-11        CINCINNATI                FLORIDA              ab r h bl        ab r h bl      Kelly cf    5    1    1 1    Carr cf    5 0 0 0      Brnson 2b    3    0    1 0    Rnterla 2b    4 12 0      Larkin ss    3    1    0 0    Sntiago c    2 0 0 0      Mitchll lf    4    1    1 0    Ostrda 1b    4 110      Foster o    0 0 0 0    Mgdan 3b    2 0 11      Rardon p    0    0    0 0    Conin# lf    4 0 10      Sabo 3b    4    1    1 1    Farts* rf    4 0 11      Minyan 1b    4    1    1 1    Arias ss    4 0 10      RSndrs rf    3    1    1 1    Bowen p    2 0 10      Oliver c    3    0    0 0    R Lewis p    0 0 0 0      Brwnng p    2    0    0 1    Felix ph    10 0 0      Espy ph    1    0    0 0    Klink p    0 0 0 0      CsMndz if    1    0    0 0    Crpnter p    0 0 0 0                      Briley ph    10 10      Totals    33    6    6 5    Totals    33 2 9 2      Cincinnati                OOO 401    100-6      Florida                OOO 200    000-2        IP    H    R ER    BB    so      6    6    2    2    2    2      2    2    0    0    1    2      1    1    0    0    0    I      6 13    6    6    6    4    7      2-3    0    0    0    0    0      1    0    0    0    0    0      1    0    0    0    0    2     Philadelphia  DJackson L.2-1 Ayrault West MDavia DeLeon San Francisco Swift W.3-1 Rogers Beck  IP  4 1-3 23  1  1  1  7  1  1  H RER BB SO  E Bowen (1) DP -Cincinnati 1. LOB-Cincinnati 4, Florida 8 HR Kelly (3), RSanders (3). SB — Branson (I). CS- Carr (3), SF- Magadan  Cincinnati Browning W.2-2 Foster Reardon Florida Bowen L.2-3 R Lewis Kltnk  Carpenter  Dodgers 6, Mets 5  LOS ANGELES - Tim Wallach drove in a season-high four runs, including two with a two-out single in the eighth inning to give the Los Angeles Dodgers a 6-5 win over the slump-ridden New York Mets.  NEW YORK  LOS ANGELS  Seattle    OOO    OOO    101-2  Cleveland    IOO    002    OO*-3  E- Baerga 2 (6). DP-Oeveiand I. LOB-Se-aftle 10, Cleveland 7. HR Amaral (1). SB— Felder (8), Lofton (14). SF -Baerga  H R ER BB         IP      Seattle      Cummings L.0-5    5      OHenry    3      Cleveland      Bielecki W.3-2    6 23      Cook    23      Plunk    1 1-3      Lilliqulst S.5    1-3     1  SO  3  0  2  0  3  1  Angels 6, Yankees 2  NEW YORK - Gary DiSarcina hit a three-run homer and the Cali  fornia Angels sna losing streak by York Yankees 6-2  a five-game ting the New     ab r h bl    NEW YORK    ab r h bi      3    0    I    0    BWlms cf    2 0 0    0      4    0    I    1    Boggs 3b    4 0 1    I      3    0    0    1    Mttngly 1b    4 0 1    0      4    0    0    0    Trtbull rf    4 0 0    0      3    0    0    0    O'Neill lf    4 0 I    0      4    1    1    1    Nokes c    4 0 1    0      3    I    0    0    Mass dh    4 1 2    1      4    2    2    0    Owen ss    3 0 0    0      3    2    3    3    Galiego 2b    3 I I    0      31    6    8    6    Totals 32 2 7    2                      030 010    011-    6     OOO OOO 110-2  CALIFORNIA  Polonia lf Curtis cf Snow 1b CDavis dh Salmon rf Myers c Gnzaies 3b Easley 2b DSrcna ss Totals California New York  DP—California 1, New York 1. LOB—California 6, New York 5 2B—Nokes (3), Galiego (1). HR Myers (2), DiSarcina (2). Maas (3). CS— DiSarcina (2). Maas (1). S—Polonia. SF—Curtis,  Snow.  California  Farrell W.2-3 Fray  Valera S.3 New York  Perez L.1-2 Monteleone Heaton  Red Sox 3, Athletics I  BOSTON — Ivan Calderon, slumping much of the season but playing because of Andre Dawson’s knee injury, drove in two runs with a single and a triple, giving the Boston Red Sox a 3-1 win against the Oakland Athletics.  Cubs 3, Rockies 2  CHICAGO - Steve Buechele homered and Ryne Sandberg hit a pair of sacrifice flies to make up for his first throwing error in three years, leading the Chicago Cubs to a 3-2 win over the Colorado Rockies.  COLORADO  EYng 2b Girardi c Bchette cf Glrrga 1b Hayes 3b Murphy rf JeClrk lf Castilla ss Rynoso p Tatum ph SReed p Totals Colorado Chicago         ab r h bi        ab r h bl      Cleman lf    5    0    0    0    Butler cf    4 I    2    1      TF rods ss    4    1    1    0    JoReed 2b    4 1    2    0      Murray 1b    5    0    1    1    E Davis if    5 0    0 0      Bonilla rf    4    2    1    I    Wllach 3b    5 0    3    4      Jhnson 3b    3    2    3    0    Piazza c    5 0    1    0      Orsulak cf    4    0    2    0    Karros 1b    4 I    2    0      Kent 2b    3    0    I    2    Snyder rf    4 t    2    0      Gllgher ph    0 0    0    A    Offrmn ss    3 1    1    0      Hndley c    4    0    0    i    RMrtnz p    2 0    1    0      Sbrhgn p    3    0    0    0    SWilsn p    0 0    0 0      MMddx p    0    0    0    0    LHrrls ph    1 0    0    1      CWlkr ph    1    0    0    0    PMrtnz p    0 0    0    0                          Wbster ph    0 1    0 0                          Gott p    0 0 0 0      Totals    36    5    9    5    Totals    37 6 14    6        ab r h bi    CHICAGO    ab r h bi      4    0    I 0    DSmth cf    4    1    1 0      3    1    1 I    Vzcaino ss    4    1    2 0      3    0    0 0    Grace 1b    I    0    1 0      4    0    1 1    Sndbrg 2b    2    0    0 2      4    0    0 0    May lf    4    0    0 0      3    0    0 0    Bachel# 3b    4    1    1 I      2    0    0 0    Sosa rf    3    0    2 0      3    I    2 0    Wilkins c    2    0    0 0      1    OOO    Hbbard p    3    OOO      1    0    0 0    Myers p    0 0    0 0      0  28    0  2    0 0 5 2    Totals    29    3    7 3     New York Los Angeles  E Wallach (5) LOB-  021 OII 000—5 002 002 02x-6  New York 13, Loa An  geles 11 2B Johnson (4), Kent (3). 3B—TFer-nandez (2). HR —Bonilla (5). S—Gallagher, Saberhagen. Butler.  IP  New York  Saberhagen MMaddux L.O 3 Los Angeles RMartmez  SWilson  PManmez W.1-1 Golf S 3  H RER BB SO  6 1-3 12 1 2-3 2  5 20 1-3  2  1  OOI  IOO  OOI  110  000-2 OOx-3  E — Sandberg (1). DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Colorado 3, Chicago 6. 2B— DSmith (5). 3B—Girard! (2) HR —Buechele (3). SB—Vizcaino (3).  CS—JeClark Sandberg 2.  Colorado  Reynoso L.1-1 SReed Chicago  (I). S—Reynoso. SF—Glrardl,  IP  H R ER BB SO  Expos 6, Padres 5  MONTREAL - Larry Walker’s second RBI double of the game scored Marquis Grissom in the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Montreal Expos beat the San Diego     IP    H    R ER    BB    SO      7 1-3    6    2    2    1    3      1-3    0    A    0    0    0      1 1-3    1    0    0    0    0      8    6    5    5    5    7      2-3    2    1    I    0    0      1-3    0    0    0    0    0     NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE?  Let us help you find: Scholarships, Grants and Loans.  GUARANTEED!  For free information call or write to,  College Academic Services of Aiken  P.O. Box 5153 Aiken, S.C. 29804-5153 (803) 643-9237 Mention this ad and save $10  ab r h bi  4 0 10  5 0 10  4 12 0  3 10 0  5 0 2 0  4 0 11 10 0 0  5 110 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0  38 3 12 3 120-4 300-3  OAKLAND  Blnkns It Gates 2b Sierra rf McGwr 1b Stnbch c Neel dh DHdsn cf Seltzer 3b Bordick ss  BOSTON  NURSERIES CAROLINIANA Georgia Ave. at Hugh Street North Augusta, S.C. 279-2707  34 1  Totals Oakland  Boston    OOO 101 Olx—3  E—Valentin (2). DP—Oakland 1, Boston 1. LOB—Oakland 7, Boston 10. 2B—Sierra (8), Neel (4), MVaughn (11), Calderon (1). 3B— Seltzer (1), MVaughn (1), Calderon (1). SB— Quintana (1), MVaughn (3). S—Valentin.  Detroit 1. LOB- Kansas City 4, Detroit 14. 20— McReynolds (6), Deer (6), Livingstone (2). HR — Pulliam (1). SB —Livingstone (1). CS—McRae (3), Barnes (2).  Kansas City  Appier Rasmussen Sampen Mntgm W,2-1 Detroit Wells L.4-1 Henneman  Indians 3, Mariners 2  CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians won their fifth straight game, beating the Seattle Mariners 3-2 as Mike Bielecki got the better of an unlikely pitching duel with rookie John Cummings.  Oakland  Darling Nunez L.0-1 Boston  Dopson  Quantrill W.2-0 GrHarris Russell S,7  IP  H R ER  SO  5 1-3 1 2-3 1 1  STA-GREEN  . CUSH LAWN FB?TUZER  5,ooo ft,  SALE IQM tfefcME - 3. OO YouR,Co5»T^7.^q  10,000 Sto FT.  11EO,, H>Z l.W  s alc    ie>.<n  - 4>0( YoOfldoST*/4**H  MOTHER’S PAY     SEATTLE    ab r h bi      * Vizquel ss    5    0    2    0      * Felder lf    4    0    2    0      Blwers ph    1    0    1    1      GrtfyJr cf    4    0    1  0    0      * O'Brien dh    3    0    0      A Cotto ph    0    0    0    0      ’’’ Sasser dh    1    0    0    0      Buhner rf    4    0    2    0      0. TMrtnz 1b    4    0    0    0      • Hslman c    4    0    1    0      r Bckmn 3b    4    1    0    0      Amaral 2b    4    1    1    1      Totals    38    2    IO    2     CLEVELAND  Lofton cf Howard rf Baerga 2b Beiiu lf CaMtnz 3b tspnza 3b Jffrson 1b Hill dh  r ermin ss Ortiz c  ab r h bi  4 12 0 4 1 2  3 0 1  4 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0  3 0 2  4 0 1 3 0 0  Rangers 7, Blue Jays I  ARLINGTON, Texas - First baseman John Olerud made back-to-back fielding errors in the sixth inning, leading to four unearned runs as the Texas Rangers beat the Toronto Bluejays 7-1.  TORONTO  White cf RAImr 2b Molitor dh Carter lf Olerud 1b DJcksn rf Sprgue 3b Brders c Schfeld ss Totals Toronto Texas  T>UILAT)ELPDU5- MOCK ORANTE  /EMtiU-sU DOGOOD; NATCHER  LAflAE WHIIE FLOWER- Novo (M ‘Bloom #4.44 TP 12.44     ab r h bl    TEXAS      3    0    1    1    Hulse cf      4    0    0    0    Franco dh      3    0    0    0    Cnseco rf      3    0    2    0    Gnzalez lf      4    0    0    0    Plmiro 1b      4    0    0    0    Palmer 3b      3    1    1    0    Rdrgez c      3    0    1    0    Strange 2b      2    0    0    0    Lee ss      29    I    5    I    Totals     KOSTA 12-Varieties^41? 4 up  000  001  38 7 12 3 010 000-1 004    02X—7  2 0 0 0  Totals  31 3 9 3  E—Olerud 3 (4), Borders (3), Timlin (1). DP— Texas 2. LOB—Toronto 5, Texas 12. 2B—White (4), Carter (7), Sprague (7), Hulse (2), Gonzalez (7), Palmeiro (4), Palmer (8). HR—Canseco (6). SB—Hulse (7), Palmeiro (6). CS—White (1).  IP H R ER BB SO  Toronto  Sttlmyr L.3-3    5 2-3    9    5    1    3    4  Timlin    11-31    0    0  Eichhorn    1    2    2    0    1  •ROSES-  MUJ|ATUR.g=»' TREES — -J-fco-Ht  GRASS  Padres 6-5.     SAN DIEGO            MONTREAL              ab r h bl        ab r h bi      Shrman lf    4    0 0 1    DeShkJ 2b    4 110      Gwynn rf    3    1 2 I    Alou lf    5 0 2 1      McGrff 1b    4    OOO    Grssom cf    5 110      Shffield 3b    4    1 0 0    LWlkr rf    5 12 2      DBell cf    4    I 1 1    Belick 3b    10 0 0      Grdner 2b    3    0 1 0    Losing 3b    1110      Stilwell ss    4    1 2 2    Barnes p    0 0 0 0      Walters c    4    1 I 0    Wttfand p    0 0 0 0      Shipley pr    0    OOO    VndrWl 1b    10 0 0      Mason p    0 0 0 0    Cibmn 1b    2 0 11      RRdrgz p    0    OOO    DFlchr c    4 0 10      Smnara p    1    OOO    Crdero ss    4 110      Gomez p    1    OOO    Hill p    0 10 0      PClark ph    1    0 I 0    Rojas p    0 0 0 0      JHmdz p    0    OOO    Frazier ph    10 0 0      Garen c    0    OOO    Shaw p    0 0 0 0                  Berry 3b    10 0 0      Totsls    33    6 8 5    Totals 34 6 IO 4      San Diego            012 002    000-5      Montreal            004 010    001-6     Astros 6, Cardinals 3  ST LOUIS - Craig Biggio continued his torrid hitting, going 4-for 4 with a homer while leading the Houston Astros to a 6-3 win  over the St Louis Cardinals,  One out when winning run scored.  E -Stillwell (1). Gomez (I). DeShields (4) DP San Diego 1 LOB -San Diego 10. Montre al 9 2B- Gwynn (8), Stillwell (1), LWalker 2 (6) Lansing (8), Cofbrunn (3). SB DBell (5), De Shields (7). Cordero (3). 8—Geren. SF—Gwynn IP H RER BB “  San Diego  Seminars  Gomez  JHernandez  Mason  RRdrgz L.1-1 Montreal  Hill  Rojas  Shaw  Barnes  Wetteland W.1-0  2 23 2 1-3 2  2 3 2 3  5 13 23  I  23 1 13  SO  0  0  3  0  0  2  0  0  0     HOUSTON  Biggio 2b    ab r h bi  4 2 4 1    ST. LOUIS  Ahcea 2b    ab r h bl  4 0 2 0      Gnzataz lf        0    1 I    0 Smith sa    4 0 0 1      Bgwell 1b    3    0    0 1    Jfferles 1b    4 0 10      Anthny cf    A    0    1 0    Lnkfrd cf    3 10 0      CfWnrti 3b    5    1    2 1    Whiten rf    3 110      Bass rf    4    1    I 0    Zena 3b    4 0 12      DJones p    0    0    0 0    Brewer lf    4 0 10      Servals c    4    0    1 0    Pgnozzl c    3 10 0      Cedano ss    4    1    I 0    Osbrn# p    0 0 0 0      Prtugal p    2    1    1 0    I nester p    0 0 0 0      XHrndz p    1    0    0 0    Oqendo ph    10 0 0      Parker cf    0    0    0 0    Olvares p    0 0 0 0      Totals    36    6 12 4    Royer ph 10 0 0 Perez p 0 0 0 0 Murphy p 0 0 0 0 Totsls 31 3 6 3      Houston St. Louis                OOI 121 OII OOI    o o  0    a  1    I  W OI     Biggio reached first on catcher’* interference E Servals (1), Aiicba (1), Pagnozzi (I). DP — Houston I, St Louis 2. 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