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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Nsw Texas August 1391 Threebase error leads to Texas win KANSAS AP It went into the books after a lot of discussion as an insidethepark home run for Kansas Citys Brent Less talk was needed to put it into the books Thursday as a 42 victory by the Texas Rangers over the Royals despite Maynes tworun Mayne was awarded a home run in the fourth inning that gave Kansas City a 22 tie although it appeared Rangers lenfielder Juan Gonzalez may have had a chance of preventing Mayne from scoring by fielding the ball when it scooted past Official scorer Sid Bordman let stand his initial ruling after consulting the Rangers after the Texas Manager Bobby Valentine had seen it happen way Valen tine explained why he decided to have Gonzalez practice fielding balls in the comer before the Its like a floorboard out Its like a Valentine struggling to explain the pitfalls of the leftfield I think its a centrifugal said still Like a hockey rink someone its like a puck on a hockey Valentine Gonzalez himself isnt well practiced enough in his English to get in on this but his explana tion was probably the most Its pan of the he said American League AIITlmtiCDT Eait Division Toronto Detroit Boston MRwaukM kLtuj rWWTOfK Baltimore Cleveland WeatDlvltton Minnesota Chicago Oakland Seattle KanMiClly Texas W L OB M 56 65 57 1 62 59 M 57 64 55 64 60 71 30 62 27 W L OB 74 49 67 64 6 66 55 6 64 58 VA 62 56 10K 62 56 56 63 15 California Thursdeys Games Boston Cleveland Innings Minnesota Seattle Innings California 1 Milwaukee Toronto 7 Texas Kansas City 2 Todays Games Minnesota 48 at Baltimore McDonald Chicago Hfcbard 69 at Cleveland Blair Seattle Holman 1012 at Detroit Qulllck son New York Taylor 67 at Toronto Can dtottf Texas Bohanon 20 at Kansas City Appier Boston 33 at California Milwaukee Navarro 119 at Oakland Stewart National League East Division VT L OB Pittsburgh 70 49 Louis 64 55 6 Chicago 61 59 9H NewYork 59 61 it M Philadelphia 56 62 Montreal 48 71 22 West Division W L OB Loe Angeles 66 62 Atlanta 68 54 2 San Francisco 59 61 9 Cincinnati 58 62 10 San Diego 58 63 Houston 50 70 18 Thursdays Qamse Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Francisco Houston 8 Atlanta Cincinnati 1 New York Lou too Todays Games San Diego Hurst 146 at Chicago Bleteckl San Francisco Burkett 97 at Pittsburgh Philadelphia Mulholland 1210 at Atlanta Qlavlne Cincinnati Browning 118 at New York Viola Montreal 127 at Houston Bowen Los Angeles Ojeda 98 at Louis DeLeon with a shrug of the It looked like the hit could spoil the opener of the fourgame series for the but a throwing error by Roy als reliever Tom Gordon led to the first of two Texas runs in the eighth and Kenny Rogers 108 pitched three innings of hitless relief for the Julio Franco singled leading off the Rafael Palmeiro hit a bouncer in front of the mound that Gordon fielded but his throw sailed wildly past first baseman Todd playing with a bruised scored all the way from running through a stop sign put up by third base coach Dave Oliver and making the score He is the one who decided he could Valentine I thought it was conservative to try and stop him at We had no outs and the middle of the order coming Gordon usually is a fine fielding When I grabbed I didnt have a good grip on he I didnt know how much time I Ive made like two throwing errors since Ive been in the big Ill just go out there tomorrow and hope the same play happens and this time Ill get I pitched well and that one error cost me a Next time I get a ground I throw the guy Ruben Sierra doubled following the error to drive in Palmeiro and give the Rangers a 42 Texas had taken a 20 lead in the fourth when Sierra doubled and Gon zalez hit a high fly ball to left that struck the foul pole for his 24th home The Royals got only one hit the rest of the way after Maynes hit tied it in the bottom of the Texas starter Jose Guzman left the game after throwing 118 pitches in six Kansas City starter Luis Aquino pitched five but had to leave with a strained pectoral muscle on his right A similar injury forced Aquino out for two months last but Royals trainer Nick Swartz said a preliminary examination showed the injury was not Rangerettea Continued from Page 8 have got to be When the other kids catch itll do nothing but make us Davidson said that last years play off Canyon and should again be strong despite losing all or most of their varsity But the she have what it takes to be a major factor in the district Were really stressing being com petitive and doing our she adding that the teams motto is Nothing less than our 5 If we get out there and do our best and fall thats Davidson But if we mess up and serve into the net and dont play thats because theyre better than She said that she believes the team is sufficiently talented and to have a strong Theyre a competitive group and theyre easy to coach Im excited in a lot of she I well be all Oilers obtain Williams Briefly Solms bowl deadline today The fall league signup period is currently under way at the Solms Bowling with the 9pin league likely to start in the next few The deadline to register is and anyone interested in playing this fall should sign the book at the Solms Bowling The league needs bow lers and anyone who wants to play is encouraged to do There is no cost to join the The league will probably start approximately a week after the sign ing after the teams are The selection process will begin after when the current league completes For more call Robert Lehmann at 6251216 or the Solms Bowling Club at NBSA holds vball tourney The New Braunfels Softball Asso ciations project committee will hold a B and C division coed volleyball tournament at Barrys Under Pass Saloon on Signup is and play will begin at 11 The fee is per eightplayer The doubleelimination tourna ment starts after a roundrobin com Call Rey at 6293343 for more Canyon fall social Monday The Canyon Fall Football Social is scheduled for with athletes from all Cougar and Cougarette fall sports programs to be The social begins at 7 at Cou gar featuring the 1991 Canyon volleyball and cross country Unicorn barbecue 29 The New Braunfels Unicorn All Sports Booster Club is holding its annual Meet the Unicorns barbecue 29 at Tickets will be available at the and they are per Booster club members will also be selling the tickets in The 29 barbecue will also fea tures athletes of the fall sports prog rams at New with volleyball and cross country athletes being Everyone is invited to attend the barbecue and meet the Unicorn ath Flag football registration The New Braunfels Youth Flag Football League registration will be held this Saturday and 31 from 9 until noon at the Victoria Bank and Trust North building on 1000 Children in the first through sixth grades are Grades 12 will be in Division Grades 34 will be in Division and Grades 56 will play in Division A registration fee is Clinic for women golfers The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled a clinic for women golfers 1620 from at the golf Call 6253225 for more informa SAN DIEGO AP The San Diego Chargers granted the wish of holdout defensive end Lee Williams by trading him to the Houston Oilers for rookie wide receiver Shawn Jef ferson and the Oilers firstround draft pick in Williams simply didnt want to stay with the Scheduled to make this the twotime Pro Bowl starter had said he was tired of being played out of position and being criticized by team He had been rumored going to a halfdozen most recently the New York Jets along with the But Beathard said the Jets lost an eighthyear needed only onehalf sack to tie Gary Johnson as the Chargers alltime leader with The Oilers didnt want to include a wide receiver in the Williams but the Chargers wouldnt make the trade without San Diego General Manager Bobby Beathard We were hoping it would be done before but it is nice to have it out of the way before the final Beathard At that time it could have been bad for everybody then because if hed have been placed in a category where he couldnt play or ben traded this then nobody comes T The bottom line was that Houstorr wanted Lee said Hams Steve The Chargers regained a draft pick for next notorious for trading firstround while the GM at had traded the Chargers original 1992 firstround choice to Washington dur ing this years draft for the right tcfi pick guard Eric Moten in the i 721 Ranic Hwy 46 9 6258802 Blocks Past Kmart LUNCH DINNER SPECIALS TUESDAYSATURDAY 11 AM8 PM HOME COOKING AT ITS BEST Football 91 High school football is almost as much a part of Texas as the Bluebonnets in Spring and and To some folks its more important than those things and a heck of a lot more are the people who will be reading the Heralds Football 91 special section from cover to cover and keeping it around for a long As an advertiser who wants to reach this highly motivated mark there are few better ways of doing so than in the pages of our Football 91 Which Texans care about high 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