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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Winfield Trade will land in arbitrators Lap by Richard l Shook up sports writer some Lucky arbitrator is going to get to hear the Dave York Yankees Case and have to decide implied consent against the written word its a curious and precedent setting Case thai could Only involve George Steinbrenner new York traded Winfield during the weekend to the California Angels for Pitcher Mike Witt and a player to be named later there might even be two players to be named later if the arbitrator rules in favor of Winfield because Witt is stay ing with the Yankees no matter what new York May have to offer California someone else to replace Winfield what will be crucial is the precise language of the contract Winfield had with new York not that contracts have much Sanctity in baseball for that matter the owner player agreement gives players like Winfield veterans of 10 or moire seasons who have spent the last five with the same team the right to veto any Trade to another team but the Yankees had negotiated into winfield1 s last contract a clause that named seven teams to which he would consider a Trade the wording is important in fact it appears to be everything the Mere presence of the clause implies Winfields acceptance of a Trade to one of the seven but if its specifically worded As might or could accept a Trade that implies Winfield must approve of the Deal if the word is would this could be construed As Winfields do Facto acceptance of a Deal that aside its still another cheap Steinbrenner move further evidence the Yankees fully deserve to Challenge Detroit for last place in the Al least Winfields a Little of base for think ing he belongs on the ail Star ballot simply because Hes still breathing but really heres a Guy coming off Back surgery plus a shortened Spring training and youre going to decide Hes through because Hes 38 and is hit Ting 213 in 61 turns at Bat a career 29025100 Type of Guy come on would Steinbrenner really rather have Mel Hall in left than Dave Winfield with Witt on the Mound Winfield had two Home runs and six rib this int great but it certainly int pathetic those numbers in Detroit would put him tied for fourth in Home runs and eighth in rib they certainly put him on the Bench heres a Guy with credentials that will Merit consideration for the Hall of Fame when he gets and the Yankees Are going to Broom him after 61 a bats against Detroit he ripped a bad pitch for an rib single to left sure it want an inside fastball but at least he showed he could still handle the goofs and Hes still imposing enough to manipulate himself into enough situations where hed do with most of them what Hes supposed to do a scout who saw him con Vince himself Winfield is through additionally heres a Guy who a positive influence on a team he gives you 100 percent of whatever Hes got revenge apparently is a Factor at work Here wait until Steinbrenner has lived through a few Witt starts though he wish Winfield was in left to catch some of those rockets Gavitt reportedly Auerbach Choice for top celtic Job Providence i up a big East executive downplayed the possibility that conference commissioner Dave Gavitt will leave to become head of basketball operations for the Boston celtics of the Aba the celtics have been searching for a new head coach to replace Jimmy Rod Gers who was fired shortly after the cel tics were eliminated from the quarterfinals of the Aba playoffs by the new York kicks Dave has not indicated to me or anyone else that Hes thinking of Leav ing the big East at this time Mike Tranghese big East associate commissioner and a longtime confidant of Savitts told the Providence journal bulletin in a Story published monday if he left now people in charge of our league would be shocked Tranghese said certainly in the realm of possibility but it would take a very special Job and a very special set of circumstances for him to leave Here now asked whether heading basketball operations for the storied celtics franchise would qualify As special Tranghese said i just dont see that happening now was responding to red Auerbach reported statement on lbs sunday that Gavitt had been offered the Job and was the top Choice of the cel tics the position would reportedly give Gavitt control Over the basketball end of the franchise and leave the business end to general manager Jan Volk Bob walk is slowly recovering his memory and Hes enjoying it i its been a while since i have played on a team that is winning walk said sunday after Pittsburgh 51 Triumph Over the Houston astros i forgot what it was like in enjoying it i just Hope we dont get into any kind of rut and think All we have to do is put our gloves out there we have to keep doing those Little things because those things Are helping us to win walk 33 scattered five hits Over seven plus innings and won his third straight decision Bill Landrum worked the final 1m innings for his sixth save it was me pirates third straight win making them 81 on their Home stand Bill Gullickson 22 allowed two runs and five hits three by Andy Van Slyke in seven innings of work he walked five and struck out two the pirates broke a 11 tie in the seventh Barry Bonds opened Wilh a double Down the first base line and moved to third on Sid dreams ground out the astros intentionally walked Mike Lavalliere 10 face Jose Lind who jumped in Gullicks ohs first pitch for a sacrifice Fly to score Bonds Pittsburgh added three runs in the eighth Wally Bac Kmari reached on a two base error by right fielder Glenn Wilson chasing Gullickson for Juan Agosto Backman went to third on a groundnut and after r j Reynolds was intentionally walked scored on Bonds infield single Bream was hit by a pitch to Load the bases an Lavalliere followed with a two run single Houston losers of four straight games and seven of their last eight had a runner Throin out in the eighth that the Way things Are going you have to turn it around no one is the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a monday May 14 1990 Page 5 Greg Norman wins shortened memorial play pirates jog walks Minory going to do it for us Houston Mana Ger Art Howe said they got the Ball bouncing in their favor right How and there playing Good baseball too that the Way it goes sometimes Wilson said in the eighth Casey Candaele chased walk with a Lead off single and moved to second on Pinch hitter Eric held Iris sacrifice off Bob Patterson Landrum relieved and Craig Biggio followed with a single but Candaele was thrown out at the plate by right fielder Reynolds he made a great throw it was right on the Money said Howe it was a play that had to be made if i didst make it i would have been ticked off said Reynolds the astros also lost a run in the third Gullickson walked moved to second on Candaele sacrifice and appeared to score on Glenn Daviss two out single and but As Catcher Lavalliere bobbled dropped Bonds throw Home Home plate Umpire Gerry Davis ruled that Gullickson swatted at the bouncing Ball in front of the plate and called him out for obstruction in sure its happened before pirates manager Jim Leyland said eighteen years in the minors and you see just about everything but i cant really recall it but he definitely took a swat at in and you cant interfere he Davis said he thought the runner knocked the Ball away said Howe he obviously saw something the pirates took a 1 0 Lead in the fifth inning Bonds led off with a walk stole second and after Lavaliere walked scored when Lind singled to left the astros tied the game 11 in the sixth Franklin Stubbs reached on a Fiel Ders Choice stole second and scored on Wilsons single Wallachy reality tops dream by Paul Defede up sports writer Montreal Tim Wallach exceeded even his own wildest wishes at the plate sunday Wallach belted two three run homers and tied a club record with eight Bis powering the expos to a 150 Shellack ing of the san Diego padres Oil can Boyd pitched his first com plete game and shutout in almost five years As Montreal handed the padres their worst loss since an 181 defeat at san Francisco june 23 1986 Wallachy eight Bis were a career Best Matching the Mark set by Chris Speir in 1982 and Andre Dawson in 1985 and were the most in the major leagues this season its kind of funny said Wallach now among the National leagues rib leaders with 22 some of us were looking at the rib stats before the game and i said i could sure use about a seven spot today i dont know what it is i always seem to do Well on one of the trips out Here on the West its a thrill to drive in eight runs but it want like a goal or anything Boyd 22 allowed nine hits struck out six and walked one in posting his seventh career shutout it also was his first Complete game since june 91985 theres been a Little added pressure three Guy s said Wallach referring to the Winter free Agency defections of Mark langs ton Pascual Perez and Bryn Smith Oil can is really picking up some of the Slack Boyd said he has gone Back to his old habit of talking to himself on the Mound i always have to Tell myself keep the Ball Down move the Ball around he said when i can actually hear these things i respond better Eric show 05 the first of four san Diego pitchers lasted 2a innings allowing seven runs and six hits As his Era increased to 788 of the 21 runs show has Given up in 24 innings 13 have come As the result of seven Home runs it was an old fashioned butt kicking but those things happen pad res manager Jack Mckeon said when you dont gel Good pitching you dont stay in the Ball game Wallachy first Home run put the expos ahead 30 in the first inning the expos went ahead 70 in the third on Spike Owens rib single and Wallachy second Homer his sixth of the season Montreal made the score in the fourth 110 on Wallachy rib single and Larry walkers three run Homer his second blast of the year Boyds rib Force out Wallachy rib double and rib singles by Mike Fitz Gerald and to Foley accounted for the other Montreal runs in other National league games Sun Day Philadelphia beat san Francisco 41 Atlanta tripped St Louis 31 Cincinnati clubbed Chicago 139 and Pitts Burgh topped Houston 51 los Angeles at new York was postponed by rain in the american league it was Tor onto 6 Detroit 3 Minnesota 8 Milwaukee 6 Chicago 4 Kansas City 3 Balti more4 Oakland 1 California Boston 4 Seattle 10 new York 5 and Cleve land 4 Texas 1 Phillies 4 giants 1 at Philadelphia Dennis Cook pitched a six hitter and Randy ready singled Home two fifth inning runs to Lead Philadelphia Cook 50 posted his second Complete game allowing just five singles and Greg lit Lons first Homer of the year Rick Reuschel 14 took the loss braves 3 cardinals 1 at St Louis sacrifice flies by Jim Presley and Mark Lemke highlighted a three run eighth inning to lift Atlanta the braves took advantage of errors by Terry Pendleton and Ozzie Smith to stage their eighth inning rally Tony Castillo 10 pitched one inning of Relief to pickup the Victory Scott Terry 02 suffered the loss reds 13 cubs 9 at Cincinnati Joe olivers three run Homer capped a four run eighth inning to guide Cincinnati to their eighth win in the last 10 games Rob Dibble 20 the fifth of six Cincinnati pitchers picked up the win Steve Wilson 04 took the loss Cincinnatus Barry Larkin and Chicago Mark Grace each collected four hits As the cubs banged out 17 hits and the reds 18 Chison Johnson ignores shift by Carrie Muskat up sports writer for Lance Johnson ignorance was Bliss on sunday Johnson overlooked a fireman infield shift by Kansas City lofting a sacrifice writhe ninth inning to give the Chicago White sox a Over the royals i didst notice Johnson said of die move i just wanted to get the Ball up in the air i didst like the swing but i got the Job done Carlos Martinez overhearing John sons comments asked you didst see it they had seven Guys in the infield with one out Scott Fletcher doubled off Jeff Montgomery 32 and went to third when Center fielder to Jacksons throw pulled Kevin Seitzer off third base Ozzie Guillen and Pinch hitter Martinez were intentionally walked to Load the bases right fielder Steve Jeltz was moved behind second base As an extra indie Der but Johnson lifted a Fly Ball to left fielder Jim Eisenreich whose throw Home was too late to catch Fletcher Scott Radinsky 20 picked up the win with two thirds of an inning of work which included a strikeout of to Jackson with the bases loaded in the ninth the White sox had tied the game 33 in the eighth off Montgomery who is replacing struggling Mark Davis As the royals closer Johnson greeted Mont Gomery with a single stole second and scored on Dan Pasqua single and find that this Walsall a bad dream said Roy a s manager John Wathan whose team has lost 14 of its last 19 games Ive been in the game 20 years and Ive never seen anything like this its unbelievable we cant seem to find a Way to close the game out its frustrating for everyone the Only Good news for Kansas City is that Seitzer extended his hitting Streak to 15 games with a single in the ninth his Streak matches the american league Best this season set by Bostons Tony Pena and Toronto Tony Fernandez in other american league action sunday Toronto Defeated Detroit 63 California beat Boston 84 Baltimore stopped Oakland 41 Seattle routed new York 105 Minnesota clipped Milwaukee 86 and Cleveland topped Texas 41 in the National league it was Phi Ladelphia 4 san Francisco 1 Atlanta 3 St Louis 1 Cincinnati 13 Chicago 9 Montreal 15 san Diego 0 and Pitts Burgh 5 Houston 1 los Angeles at new York was rained out Blue jays 6 tigers 3 a Detroit Rookie John Olerud Sac Rifice Fly with one out in the eighth scored George Bell with the godhead run for Toronto Bell went to third on fre Mcgriff brokevai33 tie when Olerud drove a 22 Pite by Jac Morrisi 25deeplocenter for a sacrifice Fly David Wells 10 got the win in Relief of Dave Stieb Angels 8 red sox 4 at Anaheim Calif Jack Howell broke a six thinning tie with a two run single and Lance Parrish homered for the Angels who broke a fou game los ing Streak Howells base loaded single off reliever Dennis lamp 01 broke a 33 tie with two out in the sixth Chuck Finley 52 got the win for the Angels who had lost nine of their last 10 Harvey earned his third save orioles 4 athletics 1 at Oakland Calif Mickey Tettleton broke a slump with an rib double and Jay Tibbs scattered five hits Over innings to Lead Baltimore Tibbs 23 walked one and struck out one for the Victory and Gregg Olson pitched the last two innings for his eighth save Oakland starter Mike Moore 32 gave up three runs and seven hits Over seven innings mariners 10 Yankees 5 at Seattle Alvin Davis Brian Giles and Ken Griffey or each homered and Matt Young won his first game As a starter in four years for Seattle Young 13 went five innings to earn his first win As starting Pitcher since aug 15 1986s Hewon despite throwing three wild pitches Matching a mariners club record Griffey went 3 for 3 on the after noon to raise his league leading batting average to 370 Greg Cadaret 13 suffered the loss twins 8 Brewers 6 at Minneapolis Shane Macks two run single in the sixth inning broke a tie to lift Minnesota Juan Berenguer 30 received credit for the twins second straight win Over the Brewers and fourth this year in five games Between the clubs it was also the twins ninth Victory in their last 11 games Rick Aguilera picked up his ninth save reliever Bill Krueger 21 took the loss indians 4 rangers 1 at Arlington Texas Jerry Browne led off the game with his first Homer of the year and John Farrell 31 scattered five hits Over eight innings for Cleve land Doug Jones pitched the ninth 10 earn his 12th save All of Cleveland runs came off Charlie Hough 32 who allowed eight hits Over seven innings Dublin Ohio up Greg nor Man was declared Winner of the Mil lion memorial tournament sunday where pea tour officials decided the rain drenched Mirfield Village Golf club course was too wet to begin the final round it was the second consecutive week the tour event was decided in 54 holes instead of the Normal 72 Payne Stewart won last weeks Byron Nelson classic where the first round was postponed because of heavy rain Norman whose memorial winnings boosted him Back to no 1 on this years tour Money list with had taken the Lead saturday shooting a 3under Par 69 for a 54hole score of 216 one stroke better than Stewart who also had a 69 for a 217 total Fred couples the Leader the first two rounds had gone to the 18th Hole Satur Day tied with Norman but suffered a double bogey couples finished in a fou Way lie for third place with Mark Brooks Brad Faxon and 1987 Champ Don Pooley at 218 what can you say i dont know How to feel Norman said after it was announced the final round had been cancelled nobody likes to win a tournament like this bit if anybody had a Surprise win coming it was Noiman who lost the 1986 pea when Bob Tway holed a shot out of the Sand on the final Hole the 1987 masters when Larry Mize holed out a Long Chip shot in sudden death and was beaten twice this year on Mira Cle shots by Robert Gamez and David Frost Norman however said he Doest look at his memorial win As retribution for those Tough losses i dont think like that he said i just come out Here and play my Best and try to have a Chance to win i dont live in the past if i did id probably be in the funny farm Stewart who had won two of his last three starts said saturday he had a feel ing sundays round would be washed out like i said yesterday i needed to play today said Stewart when youre not leading the Golf tournament you have to play More holes pea tour official David Eger said 10 of the 18 holes had major problem areas and some were showing no sign of improving the Dublin area just Northwest of Columbus after being buffeted by High winds during the first two rounds had received More than two inches of rain since Early saturday Fittipaldi has pole for now quotable its kind of funny some of us were looking at the rib stats before the game and i said 7 could sure use about a seven spot expos third baseman Tim Wallach who set a club record with eight rib in a 150 rout of the san Diego padres by Mick Mcgrath Indianapolis up Al Unser or still wore a confident smile sunday after he saw his Chance at the indy 500 pole postponed until next weekend i guess everybody in Indianapolis is going to have to wait for the fast Lime of the month he said Unser is considered the Best bet to better the record four Lap average of 225301 Mph set sunday by Emerson fillip Aldi during a rain shortened qualifying session Little Al turned a Lap at 228502 Mph during practice Friday the Lap was the fastest Ever run at the Indiano Lis motor Speedway but wont go into the books because records can be Sei Only during qualification and the race if Unser is successful in ousting Fitti Paldi from the pole it would place the Drivers Side beside in Row 1 a replay of sorts from last years race when the two touched tires with Unser leading and 1 a laps to go Unser hit the Wall and Fittipaldi coasted to the win under the subsequent yellow Flag none of what happened last year is going to be going through our Heads Unser said weve got 500 Miles to run and that Tough enough the Only thing that will be on my mind will be jumping him to take the Lead at the Unser said he saw no disadvantage to waiting a week before getting a shot at Fittipaldi but admitted he would be happier to have it Over i would have rather run it today because i dont know what the weather is going to be like saturday he said if Ive got wind blowing at 30 Mph show but we have to wait and ill be a Lille Antsy this week because i dont know what the weather will be like he said army Sullivan also expressed Dis appointment with having to wait another week before getting his Chance emotionally you get really pumped up for qualifying the 1985 indy Winner said it looked like we might have a Chance to get out today and i was really pumped up i really wanted to run today Sullivan was moving up in the line of those waiting to qualify but saw his Chance postponed when Rich Vogler scraped the Wall coming Oul of the Sec Ond turn bringing out the yellow Flag nine minutes before the track closed Ai 6 pm est now we have to wait an entire week1 he said in could be Windy the conditions could change there Are just so Many things thai can happen Sullivan has turned a Fasi Lap of 223686 Mph in practice pulling him within striking distance of Fittipaldi another Driver expected to run near front is Arie Luyendyk who ran 224579 Griph Friday in practice this is the first time since 1981 that the race for the pole has extended Over iwo Days a Foyt held the pole after the first Day of qualifications that year the second Day was rained out and Bobby Unser came Back the next weekend to take the pole away from the four Lime indy Winner another 10 Drivers will have a Chance to run for the pole saturday if weather permits included in thai group is Foyil and another four Lime indy win Ner Al Unser or also eligible to qualify saturday is Scoti Brayton who lost out on a Chance for the pole sunday Bra Ion was ready to begin his qualifying attempt but his chief Mechanic Gilbert Lage failed to wave the Green Flag to signal the Start of Braylon All empt Speedway officials waved off the run because the signal was not Given making him ineligible for a pole run the chief Mechanic had the Green Flag in his hand Brayton said you have to wave in Here unlike any Oiher place weve run they said he did i wave in he was excited theres a lol thai goes on Down there and its the biggest race in the world he just Plain screwed up mexican wins tour de Trump Boston up mexican Raul Alcala who entered the race for conditioning purposes emerged As the Over All Winner of the tour de Trump when big dutchman Michael Zanoli captured the final stage sunday Alcala placed 15th sunday Only moments behind Zanoli to protect his 43sccond margin of Victory Over atle Kvols Voll the 26yearold mexican earned which he shares with his pm teammates along with a motorcycle and a Caribbean vacation my morale is getting better because i started the year very Good said Alcala who gained the leaders Pink and the Sun out and its 80degrees Ihen Jersey on saturday now i have a lot its going to be Tough to get the pole sundays overcast Cool weather was perfect for qualifying Unser said its always a big Relief to be in the of Chance this year to win the tour de France Zanoli who competed for the us team Coors Light won a sprint to the finish to Edge East German Olaf Ludwig by a few feet in the final stage american Davis Phinney a 1984 olympic Bronze medallist was third Erik breaking of the Netherlands was third in the Overall category behind followed by two soviet riders Dmitri Zhdanov and Viatchesla Ekimov the United states had three finishers in the Overall top 10 Steve Speaks sixth Clark Sheehan seventh and Andy Hampsten ninth Zanoli the tallest Man in the Field at 6foot6 made his move with 100 meters to go and was rewarded with his second stage Triumph of the tour i was following his wheel for the last Lap waiting for the last 100 meters to pass him Zanoli said of Ludwig one of Only a few East German professionals at that moment a Strong headwind hit us and he kind of got stopped by it Ludwig a 1988 olympic Gold medallist said he made a mistake by starting his sprint too Early he also lost his stride for a moment when his Bike hit a manhole cover 10 meters from the finish line Phinney said his performance typified the poor Fortune of 7eleven Winner of the 1989 team title but a poor sixth among 16 squads this time my team Rode really Well today and i want Able to come through for them he said unfortunately the headwind was so Strong and i waited too Long and i catch up to them this was indicative of 7eleven this week falling just a Little Short we get the Job done Mochrie takes Lyga event by record 9 shots Chesapeake a Fuji Dottie Mochrie who wont turn 25 until August rewrote the Lyga Crestar classic record Book on sunday setting or tying four Marks in winning by nine strokes Mochrie fired a 4underpar 68 sunday to finish with a 54hole total of 6under200 her round included three birdies on the front Side when she registered a 3underpar 33 one of my goals for the year is to get my scoring average under Par said the native of Sarasota Fla this week should definitely help that i just need to stay patient i could have played to a 63 today but i missed five parts i should have made but i am always very hard on myself my Mother has been telling me since kindergarten that i am too hard too demanding and too serious of myself i think that makes me better in what i do the closest anybody could come was Chris Johnson who lagged in at 7undcr 209 at the 6295yard Green Brier country club after taking a two stroke Lead Friday with an opening round of 67 Mochrie got even Beuer saturday when she shot a course record 7undcr 65 she carried a seven stroke Lead Over Rosie Jones heading into the final round Mochrie daughter of former Detroit tigers player Don Pepper had expressed concern before the tournament that a nagging shoulder injury which already had sidelined her for six weeks this year might hamper her play Powell captures seniors by three Oklahoma City up Jim Powell Sank birdies on seven of the final 13 holes sunday carding a tournament record tying 65 for a three stroke Victory in the pea seniors southwestern Bell classic Powell and Rives Mcbee shared the Lead at 6underpar after second round Leader Terry Dill three putted the par5 14th Hole for a bogey Mcbee lost his share of the Lead when he three putted the 17th Hole and Powell pulled away with two birdies powells three round total of 8underpar 208 on the Quail Creek Golf course earned him and his first win since joining the senior pea tour in 1985 its awful Nice to win your first one said Powell who was tied for third place in the 1989 tournament i probably wont realize the win until tomorrow last week senior tour member Frank Beard told me not to worry about a Check just think about winning i was thinking about winning All Day Dill finished with a round of even Par 72 on his 51st birthday sunday and was among four golfers tied for second joining Dill at 5under Par 211 were Mcbee who fired a 67 sunday Jim Dent 68 and Mike Hill

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