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All-Time Greats VI | Results
Ivan Rodriguez had 3 base hits and 2 RBI at Fenway Park where the Idaho
Strongboys beat the What ever by the score of 8 to 4.
Idaho drew first blood, jumping out to an early lead in the first inning
scoring 2 runs. Pete Rose led off and keyed the rally when he was hit by a
pitch. Carlos Beltran stepped up to the plate and he was hit by a pitch.
Rodriguez then doubled scoring two teammates. What made it exciting in the
9th, but they were unable to push the needed runs across.
Jim Palmer(20-12) got credit for the victory, pitching 8 and 2/3 innings and
allowing 4 runs. Ray Sadecki(16-17) absorbed the loss. He allowed 8 hits and
3 walks in 7 innings.
33,774 fans watched an exciting game at AT&T Park The Winning Inc.
topped the Kopper Kegs by the slimmest of margins, 3 to 2.
Jon Garland(20-10) had a solid outing for Winning. He was reached for 5 hits
and 6 walks in 8 and 1/3 innings. Kopper threatened in the 9th but their
rally came up short.
Garland got help from Drew Storen who earned his 17th save. Jonny
Venters(0-2) was given the loss in relief. ‘I didn’t have my best stuff but
sometimes you just get lucky,’ Garland said, ‘this was one of those times.’
Back to the ’90s
Ken Griffey Jr. smacked 2 home runs at Busch Stadium as the District 12
Prawns beat the Gateway el birdos by the count of 6 to 3.
District 12 came up with 3 runs in the 5th inning with the help of 3 hits.
The highlight belonged to Mickey Tettleton, who deflated the crowd as he
blasted a two-run home run (his 18th of the season). District 12 won despite
being out-hit by Gateway 11 hits to 8.
Hideo Nomo(14-7) allowed 3 runs in 8 innings, and picked up the victory.
Dennis Eckersley gained credit for his 31st save. Rick Reed(4-5) absorbed
the loss. He was touched for 3 homeruns in his 4 and 1/3 innings of work.