New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 10, 1991, Page 10

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April 10, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page ioa Herald-Z#/fung. New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Baseball has 223 millionares NEW YORK (AP) — Baseball’s big bucks pushed the average salary up a record 49 percent this winter to $891,188 on opening day, and nearly one in three players is a millionaire, an Associated Press survey shows. A total of 223 players make at least $1 million, 123 are at the $2 million level and 32 make $3 million or more. Last year, only Robin Yount of Milwaukee reached $3 million and just 27 made $2 million or more on opening day. Oakland leads with a payroll of $36,432,500 and an average salary of $1,349,352, an increase of $544,709 from the Athletics’ 1900 average. The top five players on the A’s payroll make more than Houston, Baltimore and Seattle. Houston has the lowest average at $487,090 and is the only club whose payroll decreased. The Astros averaged $681,664 last season, but then pared their roster of most veterans. The increase is dramatic even by baseball’s standards. The largest previous percentage jump was 47.7 percent in 1977, the first year following free agency. Last year, salaries increased 20.2 percent to $597,537, according to figures compiled by the Major League Baseball Players Association.    * “I’m just mind boggled,’’ said Chuck O’Connor, the head of the owners’ Player Relations Committee. “This shocks me as to both the what and the why. Obviously, we think this is a problem. It’s one of some dimension. I don’t think you can look at this and say this is a situation that’s going to stabilize itself. It’s not.’ ’ Figures for this survey were obtained by the AP from several player and management sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses. The New York Mcts have the second-highest payroll at $1,251,538, an increase of $492,'963, and Los Angeles rose from eighth to third with an average of $1,248,212. Scoreboard On The Air WEDNESDAY 1T5pm —Pre baseball St Louis at Chicago WGN 6 30 p rn — Pro baseball Boston at Toronto ESPN 7pm— Pro basektball New York at Philadelphia TNT 7-30 p rn — Pro baseball Milwaukee at Texas HSE Local Sports THURSDAY-FRIDAY Golf District 25-5A tournament Seguin FRIDAY 4 15pm — Basebai New Braunfels at Hartandale 7pm— Basebai. Canyon at Lockhart 7pm — Basebai Smithson Valley at Clemens FRIDA Y-SATURD AY Tennis District 25-5A tournament a* New Braunfels High School SATURDAY Track and held Detect 25-5A meet ai New Braun leis District 26-4A meet at Lockhart NBA All Time* COT EASTERN CONFERENCE Auantic Division W L Pct GB y- Bosky 54 21 720 — x PNtadetphic 42 33 sec 12 *-New Yew* 36 40 474 18 a Washmgto' 27 48 . 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Wranglers: 2 I a Farge Corp , 3 TXI #2 High series Michael Heil man. 582 High game: Michael Fteitman, 235 Night Owls: 1 4 H's. 2 Four Aoes: 3 Win dy Hill The Aggies The Wild 4 (3-way tiei High series women-Lends Yasin . 537; men-James Arbuthnot. 584 High game women-Lenda Yasin 204. men-James Arbuthnot. 227 Tuesday Night Mixed: 1 Strike Force 2 Mr Bigfoot^ Bowkeers, 3 Go Getters High series women-Maria Amott, 481; men-Karl Kuntschik 545 High game women-Maria Amott 100; men-Karl Kuntschik, 220 Kaffee Klatsch: 1 Louise's Beauty Salon The 4th Dimension (tie). 3 Pit Stop Food Marl High series Nancy Howard 575 High game Maria Amott 204 Ball A Chain: 1 Comal Bowl 2 Jones Plumbing 3 Pin Downers High series women-Lois Dreibrodt, 563; men-Butch Pape 650 High game women-Lois Drer-brodl 223; men-Butch Pape 251 Classic League: 1 Miller Lite 2 Siaufta cher Homes 3 Physical Rehab A Therapy High series Donald Stange 697 High game Donald Stange 280 Leading Ladies: 1 AAA Mini Storage 2 Lucky Stokers 3 We Be Baa High series Diane Hanover 505 High game Rosie Cas taneda. 193 Primetimers: 1 Pure Grit. 2 No Doubts 3 The Duffers High series women Bobbie Saleh. 194 men-Charge He*del. 611 High ga mr* women-Bobbie Saleh 194; men-Chartae Heidei 245 Stamp Lickers: I Alley Oops 2 Esta-leens 3 Pron Pros High series women -Tammy Kemp 528 men Richard Evans St 597 High game women Tammy Kemp 217 mer* Richard M Evans Sr .213 Thursday Night Ladies: 1 Texas Postal Servce/Louae's Beauty Salon 3 NB Dance Studio Fbgt- series Dorothy Bnetzk* 537 High game Dorothy Bnetzke 194 T.G.LF.: 1 BABS. 2 Subside Pool & Spa 3 Sandbaggers Pro Shop High series women-Claudw Sportsman 606 men Blake Saengerhausen, 691 High game women Claude Sportsman 245 men-Joe Onega 255 Sunday Night Mixed: 1 Hot Shots 2 The Good Friends 3 Hooters Follies High series women-Shirley Dement 474 men Jim Wattmar, 501 High game women Shrlev De mem 181 men-J rn Wattmar 199 junto* League* Winter Pee Wee* 1 12.2 The Strikers 3 *1 High series (2 game? wfoumpers girts Stephanie Ktvfcr 163 boys Wesley Meunn 162 High game girts-Stephame Krvkr 96 boys-Wesley Meunr 96 Winter Bantams 1 15 2 LittK Rascals 3 64 High series (2 games/ girts-Marissa Bema^ 150 boys Rene Tristan Jr 186 Fbgh game gins Manssa Bema/ 82 boys Rene Tristan jr 109 Winter Praps: 1 Sinkers 2 ABC Strikers 3 Pros High sanes girts Jamie Davidsor 320 boyvCodv Guthrie 405 High game gms Bayto' Taylor 120 boys Tavts Zn* 166 Winier Jrs/Srs 1 #5 2 #3 3 ii High series girts-Alma Mariner 567, boys-Kenny Satchel 512 High game girls Rebecca Churm . 252 boys-Kenny Satchel 192 Baseball District 25-SA Standing* Team    W    L    GB East Centra.    5    2    — Harlandak-    5    2    2 New Braunfels    4    2    'A MoCoHun    3    4    2 San Maroon    3    4    2 South bar    3    4    2 Segmr    2    5    3 Tuesday a Game* South San 6 East Central 3 (6 innings Hartandale b. 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