New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
MLB At a glance
Atrede*! League East Division
Seattle 6, Detroit 4 New York 10, Boston 4 Cleveland 9, Baltimore 8 Milwaukee 6, Toronto 4 Kansas City 4, Chicago 3 Texas 10, Minnesota!
Oakland 3, California 0
California (Rnley 5-7) at Oakland (Ontiveros 4-2), 3:15 p.m. Baltimore (Oquist 2-2) at Cleveland (Martinez 6-4), 7:05 p.m.
New York (Karm'eniecki 5-3) at Boston (Clemens 6-4), 7:35 p.m. Toronto (Hentgen 8-5) at Milwaukee (Bones 7-4), 8:05 p.m. Kansas City (Milacki 0-2) at Chicago (Bere 8-2), 8:05 p.m.
Texas (Rogers 94) at Minnesota (Deshaies 4-7), 8:05 p.m.
Detroit (Wells 1-5) at Seattle (Salkeld 2-4), 10:35 p.m.
Texas (Bohanon 0-0) at Minnesota (Mahomes 7-3), 1:15 p m. Toronto (Guzman 6-8) at Milwaukee (Wegman 5-0), 2:05 p.m. New York (Mulholland 66) at Boston (Hesketh 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Moyer 2-5) at Cleveland (Clark 8-2), 7:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Gubicza 5-6) at Chicago (Sanderson 6-2), 8:05 p.m.
National League East Division
Atlanta Montreal Philadelphia Florida New York
Cincinnati Houston St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago West Division
Los Angeles Colorado San Francisco San Diego
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 5
Colorado 10, San Diego 9,1st game
San Diego 11, Colorado 3,11 innings, 2nd game
Montreal 8, Atlanta 7
Florida 2, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 8, New York 6
Cincinnati 5, Houston 3
Los Angeles 7, San Francisco 4
Florida (Rapp 4-3) at Philadelphia (Jackson 9-2), 1:05 p.m.
Atlanta (Smoltz 5-7) at Montreal (Henry 4-0), 1:35 p.m.
Cincinnati (Rijo 6-4) at Houston (Reynolds 5-3), 1:35 p.m.
St. Louis (Palacios 16) at New York (Gozzo 2-3 or Linton 6-2), 1:40 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Neagle 7-8) at Chicago (Young 36), 2:20 p.m.
San Diego (Sanders 3-4) at Colorado (Blair 0-3), 5:05 p.m.
San Francisco (Vanlandingham 3-0) at Los Angeles (Martinez 6-4), 10:35 p.m.
Montreal (Fassero 5-5) at San Francisco (Torres 2-7), 4:05 p.m. Atlanta (Mercker 6-2) at Florida (Hough 56), 7:35 p.m.
Stepnoski a 49er?
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers are considering luring All-Pro center Mark Stepnoski from the Dallas Cowboys with a one-year deal worth as much as $13 million, according to a published report The Fort Worth Star-Telegram cited sources close to negotiations between agent Ralph Cindrich and the 49ers in reporting the deal for the free agent "The Cowboys have their long-term priorities, and they have prioritized other areas," Cindrich told the newspaper. “In the short term, if the Cowboys don’t pay him at least $ I million, he won’t be playing in Dallas."
“He wants to prove he’s healthy now, then go for the big contract in 1995," the source added. “The only problem (with San Francisco) is how to be creative under the salary cap."
Dallas plans to have Stepnoski, who is coming off surgery to repair the tom anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, to sign with the Cowboys for one more season, according to owner Jerry
“The logical thing is for Mark to have a big year, then get a free agency bonanza next year,” said Jones.
The source told the newspaper that it is likely Stepnoski will attempt to solicit at least $1 million from the 49ers and then sign with that club if the Cowboys opt not to match the deal.
“We haven’t been told of his talks with other teams," Jones said. “I believe we’re on track to have Mark with us. I think with training camp just a few weeks away, we’re progressing with him very well."
Jones said signing Stepnoski is now the No. I off-season goal. But as has been the case with each of the Cowboys’ high-profile free-agent departees, affordability is as much a consideration as ability.
“We’ve wanted to keep all our players,” Jones said “But ‘want-to’ and being able to are two different things. What we’ve done with our budgeting should allow us to make a very credible offer to Mark."
U.S. reaches second round in World Cup
DANA POINT, Calif. (AP) — The United States advanced to the second round of the World Cup today for the first time in 64 years despite not playing.
The Americans watched from their training complex as Ireland tied Norway 0-0 and Italy and Mexico tied 1-1. That meant the U.S. team, which finished with four points in its first-round group, would have one of the four best records among third place teams in the six groups.
With four points and a goal-differential of 0 in Group A, the Amor icans tied with three teams in Group E — Mexico won the group on a plus-1 differential.
But the U.S. team scored three goals, which placed it ahead of Italy. Ireland and Norway.
On Monday, Group C finished with third-place South Korea having only two points.
The Americans will play at Stan ford, Calif., on Monday, July 4.
Cotton Bowl Classic not moving locations
DALLAS (AP) — A week after announcing plans to move the Cotton Bowl classic to Texas Stadium in suburban Irving, the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association has decided it’ll stay in Dallas where it has been played for 58 years.
Tuesday, in a closed-door meeting, board members voted unanimously to accept a counter offer by the city of Dallas to keep the bowl game at the state fairgrounds.
The board earlier reached its decision to move the game after a proposal was made by Dallas Cowboys owner Jeny Jones to put a retractable roof on Texas Stadium.
Mayor Steve Bartlett exploded, and the city of Dallas came back with an improved package.
The city put together a new offer that included $4 million in improvements at the Cotton Bowl, plus another $4 million for free food, transportation, lodging and other bonuses aimed at helping the Cotton Bowl remain a top-ranked, New Year’s Day college football bowl game.
Commissioners of the National Colle
giate Athletic Association have said they expect to retain only the Rose Bowl and three other major bowls for New Year’s Day.
“Our main objective is to make sure the Mobil Cotton Bowl Classic survives as a tier one bowl," Colton Bowl Association President John Crawford said after meeting.
“And I think we’re arm in arm and in concert in terms where we would like to play that game and continue to play it at Fair Park,"
A major factor in the aborted decision to move the game, Crawford said last week, was the “perception" among college football and network television officials that the downtown stadium is too exposed to inclement winier weather.
Crawford’s father-in-law, oilman Curtis Sanford, founded the Cotton Bowl in 1937.
Texas AAM has represented the SWC in the last three Caton Bowls but that will na be the case this year as they have are on NCAA probation.
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