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Harrisburg Daily Register (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Harrisburg, Illinois The daily Register Harrisburg Illinois saturday May 24,1986 free sporting thing broken Bat Homer propels padres cardinals cubs manage victories Page four National league Roundup by Mike Tully up sports writer broken Bat hits usually land in the Outfield. Tony Gwynn a landed beyond it. Gwynn hit a three run Homer with two out in the ninth inning Friday night breaking his Bat As he did so and propelling the san Diego padres to their fourth straight Victory a 74 decision Over the visiting new York mets. A i broke my Bat when i hit the Ball and usually when i do that its just a Little Dinker a Gwynn said a but when i saw the Way right fielder Darryl Strawberry went after it i thought i think that might have a a a in a sitting Here now and i still can to believe it went with two out. Jerry Royster doubled off Jesse Orosco 0-2. After Garry Templeton walked Gwynn hit the first pitch Over the right Field Fence making a Winner of Rich Gossage 3-3. It was Gwynn a fifth Homer of the season and his first game winning hit. A i just wanted to get ahead of him so i tried to Lay a fastball inside and he did a he Kuva Job with it Quot Orosco said. New Yorkus cookie Wilson went 5-for-5 with a double a triple and three singles in his first five hit game in trophy material Kyle Schwartz of Harrisburg said he s going to have this 9 la. 6 of. Bass mounted. He caught it thursday out of a Pond near Ozark using Buzz bait and a Debco classic Rod and reel. Register photo Ken Harper the majors. With san Diego leading 4-2 in the seventh Wilson pulled the mets into a 44 tie with a two run triple. Ray Knight opened with a walk and Howard Johnson singled off starter i Amarr Hoyt. After leu Dykstra sacrificed Wilson hit reliever Gene Walters first pitch Down the right Field line. Cubs 4, astros i at Chicago i Eon Durham lined a two run double in a three run fourth to Back the five hit pitching of Rick Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe 2-6, missed a turn earlier this week after suffering food poisoning in Houston. Julio Solano 3-1, took the loss in his first major league Start. Cardinals 3, braves 2 at St. Irmis Terry Pendleton hit a three run double in the first inning helping the cardinals snap the braves seven game winning Streak. John Tudor 4-3, notched his first Victory in his last seven starts. Todd Worrell pitched i 1-3 innings for his fifth save. Zane Smith 44. Suffered the loss. Reds 12, pirates 9 at Pittsburgh Eddie Milner launched a bases loaded triple in the top of the 12th to lift Cincinnati. With two out Milner hit a Ball that barely eluded right fielder Mike Brown at the base of the Wall making a loser of reliever Jose Delton 1-1. Reliever ted Power 2-3, was the Winner. Phillies to dodgers 2 at i of Angeles John Russell hit a three run Homer and Mike Schmidt added a two run shot As Shane Rawley continued his Mastery Over the dodgers. Rawley 54, has beaten los Angeles four times without a loss since arriving from the american league two years ago. Jerry Reuss fell to 2-3. Expos 4, giants 3 at san Francisco Hubie Brooks and tim Wallach each hit two run homers to Power Montreal. Floyd Youmans 4-3, allowed three hits Over 6 1-3 innings before yielding to tim Burke. Jeff Reardon pitched a witless ninth for his ninth save. Scott Garrelts 44, took the loss. American league Roundup by Bill Wolle up sports writer last week Dennis a Oil can Quot Boyd drilled Texas Don Slaught with a ear View Mirror 1946 the Harrisburg merchants won a 74 game Over the Shawneetown braves sunday with . Duke getting the win. Dutch Leonard pitched the senators to a 10-2 win Over the Chison monday. Bob Feller and the indians won 7-2 Over the Yankees tuesday. Howie Pollet and the cardinals won 7-1 Over the giants wednesday. George Kurowski and Enos Slaughter had homers for the cardinals. Johnny Beazley pitched the cardinals to a 4-1 win Over the giants thursday. The pirates won 10-2 Over the Phillies with Rookie Ralph Riner getting two homers. The lugh Friday was 77. The cardinals lost 5-1 to the giants in new York Friday. The game was delayed by a heavy rain and several of the top Cardinal hitters never got to take batting practice. The taxi cab taking some of the cardinals to the game had a fender Bender. The Hood was Dama Maged the and cab Driver had to sit on it to keep it Dow n and Iii the meantime Stan Musial drove the taxi to the Polo grounds. How a that for excuses should someone Tell Whitey Herzog to use this one sometime. 1956 Mickey Mantle hit Homer number 16 for the Yankees monday. The reds won 6-3 Over the new York giants tuesday As Rookie Frank Robinson homered. Bob Friend pitched the pirates to a 3-0 win Over the cardinals wednesday. The Yankees won 114 Over the tigers thursday with Bob Turley getting the win and Mickey Mantle getting his 17th round tripper. Friday s High was 85. The cardinals won 6-1 Over the cubs Friday behind Murry Dickson with Rookie Don Blasingame getting three hits. The senators won 10-5 Over the botox As Roy Sievers hit two homers. 1966 the Harrisburg merchants won 15-1 Over Stonefort sunday. Charlie Banks had four hits for the merchants. Hie Phillies won 9-0 Over the astros monday on a three hitter by i Arry Jackson. Luis Tiant tossed his fourth shutout tuesday As the indians blanked the tigers 2-0. The senators won 2-1 Over the a Sas Don lock had a two run Homer in the Bottom of the ninth. Bill hands and the cubs blanked the cardinals 2-0. The astros won 9-1 Over the mets wednesday behind lorry Dierker. Bill Nicholson had four hits. The ordinals won 9-1 Over the cubs with Nelson Briles getting the win and Curt flood hitting a grand slam Homer. The giants won 1-0 Over the Phillies thursday in 14 innings with Juan Marichal going the distance. Marichal is now 9-0 and has an 0.59 earned run average. The cardinals w on 3-2 Over the cubs on tim my carvery a two run Quigle in the ninth. Bob Gibson got the win. Fridays High was 90. The dodgers won 4-0 Over the mets behind a three hitter from Claude pitch. Friday night he made sure the rangers did no to retaliate with their bats. The red sox right hander hit Slaught in the face with a pitch last saturday in Boston fracturing the catchers cheekbone. Prior to Friday nights rematch in Arlington Texas Boyd said that some Ranger fans were saying a some outrageous things. A i told them i was going to smoke them and that a just what i did Quot said Boyd who went out and pitched Boston to a 2-1 Triumph holding Texas to three hits through eight innings As the red sox won their sixth straight. A it Hurt me Quot said Boyd who improved to 5-3 with his third straight Victory. A i know that the players feel that what happened in Boston Wasny to intentional but fans Are going to be fans. A i done to want anyone to think in a a headhunter. But it made me go out and be a madman on the Mound. When in a mad in a hard to Boyd who retired the first 13 batters struck out four and walked none. Joe Sambito and Bob Stanley relieved Boyd with Stanley recording the last two outs for his seventh save. Ironically Texas starter de Correa 2-3, was ejected with one out in the ninth inning after hitting his second Batter of the night Rey Quinones. Correa who allowed four hits and walked five while striking out nine had hit Don Baylor in the eighth. A i could not argue the Call Quot said Texas manager Bobby Valentine who was ejected with Correa. A a Rule is a Rule. Quinones was hit in the head but there a no Way Eddie is throw my at Boston s runs came on Don Baylor a seventh Homer of the season a two run shot in the fourth inning and his 25th career Hoer against Texas. The rangers scored in the fifth inning on George Wrights rib single. Yankees to Angels 5 at new York de Whitson pitched 5 1-3 innings of three hit Relief Don Mattingly slugged a three run Homer and Mike Pagliarulo homered twice for the Yankees. Whitson 3-1, struck out six in his first appearance since coming off the disabled list wednesday. Don Osteen Friday while the pirates won 6-0 Over the astros with Bob Veale getting the win. 1976 sic has signed basketball recruits Jerry Johnson and John Alexander of Harrisburg Jim Doyle of Ridgway and Jim Campbell of Eldorado. Bob Moose pitched the pirates to a 2-1 win Over the cardinals monday. The in Edgers won 5-0 Over the reds tuesday on a three hitter by Rick Rhoden. The Chison got a three hitter from Bart Johnson and won 5-0 Over the Angels. In the Benton relays wednesday Harrisburg finished in fourth place. The mile relay team of Rex Coleman Tom Deneal i is Ingram and Jim Mccuan placed first in 3 35.5 and Ingram also won the High hurdles in 15.3. In the Junior High state meet thursday Parry Duncan of Malan Junior High was third in the 220-Yard dash while Mark Finnie of Eldorado won the seventh Grade 100-Yard dash. Fridays High was 86. In the District track meet Friday Harrisburg had a second place in the mile relay to qualify for state. The bulldogs ran a 3 27.1 on legs of 51.6 from Rex Coleman 52.4 from Tom Deneal 52.3 from Les Ingram and 50.7 from Jim Mccuan. Also Mccuan qualified for state As he finished second in the half in 2 00.1. The Only other place for the bulldogs was a fifth in the Quarter from Coleman in 52.7. Andy Messersmith pitched a three hitter As the braves won 8-0 Over the giants Friday. From the Shawnee Hills country club team Points Coors Light 124 f first Bank and Trust 11 Rab entire 94 the greens 9 Jim Hayes Ford 84 Frankin life insurance 8 egyptian wholesale 8 the appliance store 8 state farm insurance 74 Barnett redi mix 6 first National Bank 5 Skaggs electric 44 coca cola 44 Rainbow drugs 3 Low strikers John Stone 33, Jim Black 34, Brent Herrin 34, Steve Black 36, Rodney Deuel 37, Chuck Seten 37, Fred Walker 38, Don Andrus 38, Dycus Tison 38, de Miler 38, Ken Nolen 38, Norman Jones 39, Jerry barter 39, Bobby Pavelonis 39, Carl Fleming 39 and Pete Smith 39. Juveniles slate game with St. Louis team the Shawneetown juveniles will be playing a team from St. Louis next saturday at 3 . At the City Park. The St. Louis team had a 664 record last season and played in the Little world series. They Are currently 184 this Spring. Sutton fell to 24. Indians 3, Blue jays i at Cleveland Julio Franco tripled Home two runs and Don Schulze tossed a two hitter to spark the indians before a crowd of 61,340, largest in the major leagues this season. Schulze 3-1, struck out one and walked two. The loss went to Jim Clancy 4-3. A a 5, tigers i at Detroit Jose Canseco and Dave Kingman each had rib singles to Back the six hit pitching of Jose Rijo for Oakland. Rijo 2-2, making his first Start since May to struck out seven and walked five in notching his first Complete game of the season. Dave Iza Point 1-3, was the loser. White sox 4, royals i at Kansas City mo., Bobby Bonilla and Ozzie Guillen belted run scoring doubles and Joe Cowley allowed three hits Over 7 1-3 innings for Chicago. Cowley 1-1, was recalled from the minors wednesday. Gene Nelson earned his first save. Greg Walker had four hits off loser Bret Saberhagen 2-5. Twins 8, Brewers 7 at Minneapolis Greg Gagne singled Home Mickey Hatcher from second base with one out in the Bottom of the ninth inning to lift Minnesota in a game featuring seven homers tying an american i eague season High. Frank Pastore 1-6, earned the Victory. The loss went to Dan Plesac 3-2. Orioles 7, mariners 5 at Seattle Fred Lynn capped a five run eighth with a grand slam and Ken Dixon 5-2, allowed four hits Over 8 1-3 innings As surging Baltimore won for the Lith time in 13 games. Seattle has lost five of its last six. Don Aase got the final two outs for his Lith save. Mike Moore 3-5, took the loss. Signs with Parkland Mark Bybee right has signed to run track and Cross country at Parkland College. With Bybee is his High school coach Chuck it Ingram. Register photo Mike Brandon Troy wins third seven year old Troy Gwaltney of Eldorado placed third in Sparrin recently at the third annual Jackson Purchase karate Champion ship at Paducah by. Troy the son of Don and Sharon Gwaltney was the Only participant from the Southeastern Illinois keep karate association to place and is taught by Gary Douglas third degree Black Belt. Classes Are held at the Eldorado Hig school gym. Register photo Erin Brothers

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