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Old 11-18-2019, 01:07 PM   #341
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Saturday, June 29, 2002

Mathematically, this will be the last game of the first half, so I will post the monthly stats of the Beavers a bit early so we can have a permanent record of their first half performance.

San Francisco Seals (56-23 .709 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (37-43 .463 19.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

SF: Mike Bennett (31-L 9-2 3.17) vs. POR: Frank Flores (23-R 8-4 2.35) Rookie

Bennett is their #1 starter and was acquired in a trade with Los Angeles this past winter. We seem to be catching a lot of #1 starters of late... He has made one start against us this season and had a no decision and gave us 3 runs in 6 IP.

Flores pitched a 5 hit shutout last time out. He is currently 5th in the PCL in ERA.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN FRANCISCO
1: SS George Cowles (29-R .264-284-0-26-.627)
2: LF Al Rowley (27-R .261-46-0-4-.594) Rookie
3: CF Clay Laurence (23-R .313-320-10-51-.872) Silver Slugger/Gold Glove
4: 2B Bill Webber (25-S .316-310-12-64-.864) Silver Slugger
5: 1B Mike Sorrel (26-L .273-260-6-31-.770)
6: C Bruce Jump (33-R .229-236-8-35-.691)
7: 3B Antonio Vigil (35-R .244-45-3-11-.772)
8: RF Ricardo Jimenez (31-L .225-40-0-4-.655)
9: P Mike Bennett (31-L .143-28-0-0-.286)

PORTLAND
1: 3B Dave Risinger (26-R .271-155-2-14-.649)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .327-156-1-11-.765)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .268-112-6-16-.743) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .306-291-22-59-.973) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: RF Fernando Mexicano (21-L .273-286-22-62-.897)
6: 2B Shannon Kuchta (24-R .260-296-6-25-.687)
7: C Jim Shippy (31-R .267-165-4-20-.732)
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .223-148-1-9-.515)
9: P Frank Flores (23-R .171-35-1-7-.473) Rookie

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 17,410

Top of the First:
George Cowles lines out to 1st, Glenn Snowden making a nice catch. Al Rowley grounds out to 2nd. Clay Laurence grounds out to short! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:
Dave Risinger lines a hit to center. Jack Hinckley beats out an infield hit. We pull off a double steal! Fernando Martinez beats out an infield hit and Risinger scores! 1 to 0, Beavers! Glenn Snowden grounds a hit to left and Hinckley scores! 2 to 0, Beavers! Snowden's hitting streak is at 16 games. Fernando Mexicano draws a walk to load them up with no outs! Shannon Kuchta lines out to center and Martinez gets thrown out at the plate for a double play... Snowden and Mexicano advance. Jim Shippy swings at the first pitch and doubles down the right field line! 2 runs score! 4 to 0, Beavers! Juan Rojas grounds a hit to right and Shippy scores! 5 to 0, Beavers! P Frank Flores grounds out to the pitcher.

Top of the Second:
Now, it's our turn to suffer... With 1 out, Mike Sorrel, Bruce Jump and Antonio Vigil all single to load the bases up. Ricardo Jimenez grounds out to the pitcher and we get the force at home, 1-2. P Mike Bennett grounds one to 3rd and Dave Risinger boots it and Sorrel scores. 5 to 1, Beavers. George Cowles takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 to force in a run... 5 to 2, Beavers. Al Rowley lines out hard to center.

Top of the Third:

Clay Laurence lines a hit to left, but gets caught stealing. Bill Webber takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 and steals 2nd. With 2 outs, that thorn in our side, Bruce Jump, grounds a 3-2 pitch up the middle for a hit and Webber scores. 5 to 3, Beavers.

Bottom of the Fourth:

Jim Shippy leads off with a double to center. That does it for P Mike Bennett. New Pitcher: Bob Gallucci (28-R) with a 1.80 ERA in 15 IP. He gets 3 outs in a row...

Top of the Fifth:
Al Rowley leads off with a double to right center... The Bullpen is up. With 1 out, Bill Webber beats out an infield hit. Mike Sorrel grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6, and Rowley scores. 5 to 4, Beavers. Bruce Jump, that prickly thorn, strikes out!

Bottom of the Fifth:
With 2 outs, Glenn Snowden hits one 432 ft, to left center! 6 to 4, Beavers!

Bottom of the Sixth:
New Pitcher: Jim Steele (37-R) with a 1.26 ERA in 43 IP. With 2 outs, Juan Rojas reaches on a 2 base throwing error by SS George Cowles. PH Rick Woodell (31-L) grounds a hit to left and Rojas scores! 7 to 4, Beavers!

Top of the Eighth:

On the Hill: David Fuentes (25-R), beginning his second inning of work after a perfect 7th where he retired their 3-4-5 hitters. With 1 out, Antonio Vigil grounds a hit to right. Ricardo Jimenez doubles down the right field line. And the tying run comes to the plate in the person of reigning MVP, PH Dave McDowell (31-R). He is NOT walked, as I anticipated, but lines a 2-2 pitch down the right field line for a double and both runners score... 7 to 6, Beavers. But does anyone think that our Bullpen can hold them scoreless for 5 more outs? Call to the Bullpen: Jim Kokos (28-R). George Cowles swings at the first pitch and pops out to left! Al Rowley nuns one in front of the plate and C Jim Shippy field it and throws the ball down the right field line for a 2 base error and McDowell scores... Tie game: 7 to 7. Now, the thing with P Jim Kokos is that he is okay against right-handed batters, but lefties give him all kinds of trouble... So we sensibly walk Clay Laurence (23-R) intentionally to face Bill Webber (25-S)..... That bonehead move forces me to the Bullpen again: Roy Huls (21-R), who is not fresh at all, but is the only option who has a chance to retire Webber... 3-2 pitch on the way and Webber takes it for ball 4 to load the bases up....Call to the Bullpen: Chuck Purnell (26-L) to face Mike Sorrel... Sorrel swings at a 1-2 pitch and lines it to center for a hit.... Jack Hinckley overruns the ball for an error and 2 more runs are in.... 9 to 7, Seals. Call to the Bullpen: Jennings Sims (29-R), who will have to get 4 more outs, come what may.... Don Neumann (32-S) is in to play left in a double switch. Fernando Martinez moves to right. Bruce Jump grounds out to 3rd.

Bottom of the Eighth:
New Pitcher: Bo Travis (30-L) with a 2.21 ERA in 20.1 IP. Shannon Kuchta swings at an 0-2 pitch and hits it high and deep to left.... Al Rowley at the wall, but it clears the fence! 9 to 8, Seals. Jim Shippy draws a walk. PH Jose Julio (28-R) grounds into a force at 2nd, 1-4. Don Neumann grounds a hit up the middle. Dave Risinger grounds into a 4-6-3 double play....

Bottom of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Duane Paxton (28-R), their closer with a 2.09 ERA in 43.2 IP. He picked up a save yesterday. Jack Hinckley strikes out. Fernando Martinez grounds a hit to center. Glenn Snowden swings at a 3-2 pitch and doubles to left center! Martinez rounds 3rd and heads home....safe! Tie game: 9 to 9. Now, we have to win it here or we lose in extra innings with only P Jennings Sims left... And he is up to bat.... There is only Rick Mansoor (29-R) and Esteban Mondolfo (30-R) left on the bench.... If I pinch hit and we fail to score, we have only tired pitchers to put out there... Of course, Sims is not tired yet, but they have their 3-4-5 Murderer's Row coming up and the odds of him getting them out without allowing a run is very low... PH Esteban Mondolfo (30-R) is sent to the plate...He swings at the first pitch and grounds out to short... 2 outs. They walk Shannon Kuchta intentionally to face Jim Shippy. He swings at a 3-2 pitch and misses....

Extras!

Top of the Tenth:
New Pitcher: Garry Ayers (29-R), who threw 39 pitches yesterday. Sorry, Garry. 3-4-5 hitter up for them.... They go down 1-2-3!!!!

Bottom of the Tenth:

New Pitcher: Dan Robinson (37-L), the ancient rookie. He pitched 2 scoreless innings yesterday and is not fresh, either, but fresher than Ayers was. With 1 out, 3B Rich Cruz (30-R) lines a hit to right. But the next two make outs...

Top of the Eleventh:
With 1 out, Antonio Vigil doubles down the right field line... With 2 outs, PH Mike Hopkins (39-R), a .205 hitter, is walked intentionally. George Cowles grounds one up the middle that looks like a hit, but SS Dave Risinger snares it and flips to 2nd to get the force out!!!

Bottom of the Eleventh:
New Pitcher: Dick McKinster (36-R) with a 2.12 ERA in 34 IP. He is fresh as a daisy. He's the last reliever in their Pen, though. We go down in order... Martinez and Snowden both made outs and we let P Garry Ayers end the inning...

Top of the Twelfth:
Which of course means, he gives up runs in this inning... But they go down in order, including Laurence and Webber!!!!

Bottom of the Twelfth:
Please, score! With 2 outs, Jose Julio lines a hit to center. He steals 2nd. But Rich Cruz grounds out to 2nd...

Top of the Thirteenth:
We have to pull P Garry Ayers, as he is gassed. New Pitcher: Rondey Moe (26-R), who was scheduled to start tomorrow's game. Rick Mansoor, the last player on our bench, is in to catch in a double switch. Mike Sorrel leads off with a double down the left field line.... Bruce Jump, that old thorn, drives one to the wall in center where jack Hinckley makes a leaping catch, but Sorrel moves to 3rd. Antonio Vigil walks. Ricardo Jimenez lays down a bunt and the squeeze is on. P Moe fields the ball and fires it to C Mansoor, but too late... 10 to 9, Seals. And runners are on 1st and 2nd. P Dick McKinster bunts them over. 2 outs. George Cowles pops out to 3rd.

Bottom of the Thirteenth:
Top of our order is up. With 1 out, Jack Hinckley lines a hit to right center. Fernando Martinez flies out to left. Glenn Snowden lines a hit to right and Hinckley goes to 3rd. And now all of our hopes ride on a minor league catcher who hit .234 in A ball last year....Rick Mansoor draws a walk to load the bases up. That brings up Shannon Kuchta. The odds of him walking are pretty slim, since he only has 18 in the season and 4 of those were intentional. He swings at the first pitch and pops out to center....

Lost - 10 to 9

11 game winning streak for the Seals now...
4 game losing streak for us.

We had 18 hits and made 3 errors
San Francisco had 16 hits and made 1 error

We used 8 pitchers which ties our record.

Frank Flores went 6 innings, allowed 4 runs (2 earned), 9 hits, 2 walks and struck out 1.
RHP David Fuentes (H 2) went 1.1 innings, allowed 3 runs (2 earned), 3 hits and struck out 1. How you can get a Hold while allowing 3 runs, is pretty stupid...
RHP Jim Kokos (BS 1) got 1 out, allowed 2 unearned runs and 1 walk (INT). He did not blow the Save; 3B Dave Risinger blew the Save...
RHP Roy Huls faced 1 batter and walked him.
LHP Chuck Purnell faced 1 batter and allowed a hit.
RHP Jennings Sims went 1.1 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 2.
RHP Garry Ayers, in a heroic effort, went 3 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 2.
RHP Rondey Moe (L 2-3) went 1 inning, allowed 1 run, 1 hit and 1 walk.

Mike Bennett went 3+ innings, gave us 5 runs, 7 hits, 1 walk and struck out 2.
RHP Dick McKinster (W 3-1) went 3 scoreless innings, gave us 3 hits, 1 walk and struck out 2.

CF Jack Hinckley had 3 hits, stole a base and scored a run. LF/RF Fernando Martinez had 2 hits, scored a run and had an RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden had 4 hits with a double and his League leading 23rd home run of the season, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI. C Rick Mansoor drew a walk in his only appearance. 2B Shannon Kuchta hit his 7th home run and drew a walk (INT). C Jim Shippy hit 2 doubles, drew a walk, scored a run and had 2 RBI. PH Rick Woodell had a hit and an RBI. LF Don Neumann had a hit in his only AB. 3B Rich Cruz was 1 for 2.

For San Francisco, 1B Mike Sorrel had 3 hits with a double, scored a run and had 3 RBI. 3B Antonio Vigil had 4 hits with a double and a walk and scored 2 runs.
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Sunday, June 30, 2002

San Francisco Seals (57-23 .713 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (37-44 .457 20.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

SF: Roy Colburn (30-R 4-0 3.19 1 SV) vs. POR: Steve Muir (27-R 6-6 2.85) Gold Glove

This will only be Colburn's 2nd start of the season. He allowed 2 runs in 6.2 IP in his 1st and got a win. We have never faced him in relief either.

Muir is pitching on short rest. He gave up 5 runs in 6 IP his last time out and has allowed 16 R (13 ER) in his last 14 IP.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN FRANCISCO
1: RF Jerry Serrano (27-R .304-332-9-27-.775)
2: 3B Brian Dube (26-R .246-313-5-26-.626)
3: CF Clay Laurence (23-R .310-326-10-51-.865) Silver Slugger/Gold Glove
4: LF Dave McDowell (31-R .317-293-20-69-1.038) MVP
5: 2B Bill Webber (25-S .314-315-12-64-.860) Silver Slugger
6: 1B Mike Sorrel (26-L .277-267-6-34-.775)
7: SS George Cowles (29-R .261-291-0-27-.622)
8: C Alex Rivera (32-R .250-64-0-6-.658)
9: P Roy Colburn (30-R .000-3-0-0-.000)

PORTLAND
1: 3B Dave Risinger (26-R .265-162-2-14-.633)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .331-163-1-11-.769)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .269-119-6-17-.733) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .312-298-23-62-.990) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: RF Fernando Mexicano (21-L .270-289-22-62-.890)
6: 2B Shannon Kuchta (24-R .258-302-7-26-.692)
7: C Rick Mansoor (29-R .240-50-1-3-.676)
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .225-151-1-10-.518)
9: P Steve Muir (27-R .079-38-0-2-.158) Gold Glove

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 17,195

Top of the First:
Jerry Serrano swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 3rd. Brian Dube grounds out to 3rd. Clay Laurence flies out to deep center! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:
Dave Risinger lines a hit to right. Jack Hinckley pops out to left. Fernando Martinez lines out to deep center and Risinger tags up at 1st and moves to 2nd. Glenn Snowden hits a home run to left!! 2 to 0, Beavers! Fernando Mexicano grounds a hit to right. Mexicano steals 2nd, his first theft of the year! Shannon Kuchta strikes out on 3 pitches...

Top of the Second:
With 1 out, Bill Webber singles and goes to 3rd on a hit by Mike Sorrel. George Cowles grounds into a 5-4-3 double play!! 3B Dave Risinger is getting a workout! He has accounted for 5 of the 6 outs so far.

Bottom of the Sixth:
With 1 out, Shannon Kuchta singles and then Rock Mansoor grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6, but Kuchta is injured breaking up the double play... Rich Cruz will go in to play 3rd and Dave Risinger will move to 2nd. Juan Rojas grounds a hit to right and Mansoor beats the throw to 3rd. P Steve Muir grounds a hit to left and Mansoor scores! 3 to 0, Beavers! Dave Risinger grounds a hit to right and the bases are loaded with 2 outs. Jack Hinckley clears the bases with a grounder over the 3rd base bag that goes all the way to the wall! A double, but he ends up at 3rd! 6 to 0, Beavers! That does it for P Roy Colburn. New Pitcher: Bob Gallucci (28-R) with a 2.12 ERA in 17 IP. We scored a run in 2 IP off him yesterday. Fernando Martinez grounds out to short...

Won - 6 to 0

We end the Seals' 11 game winning streak!
P Steve Muir pitches a shutout on short rest!

We had 11 hits and made no errors
San Francisco had 6 hits and made no errors

Steve Muir (W 7-6) went 9 shutout innings (CG), allowed 6 hits, no walks and struck out 3. 96 pitches. At bat, he had a hit, scored a run and had an RBI.

Roy Colburn (L 4-1) went 5.2 innings, gave us 6 runs, 11 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 1.

3B/2B Dave Risinger had 2 hits and scored 2 runs. CF Jack Hinckley hit a double and had 3 RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden hit his League leading 24th home run of the season, drew a walk and had 2 RBI. He now has a 17 game hitting streak. And 3 straight games with a HR! RF Fernando Mexicano had a hit and a walk and stole his 1st base of the season. C Rick Mansoor had a hit and a walk and scored a run. SS Juan Rojas had 2 hits with a double and a walk (his 2nd unintentional BB of the season) and scored a run.

Trudy the Trainer's report on Shannon Kuchta is a torn thumb ligament that will keep him out about 5 weeks. That is not good.
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July 1, 2002

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Buddy Jacobson, CF, Philadelphia (25-L .280/.350/.422) Had 14 hits with 1 2B, 1 HR, 2 BB, 4 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 4 R and 6 RBI in 7 G
PCL Player of the Week - Glenn Snowden, 1B, Portland (25-R .312/.381/.618) Had 12 hits with 2 2B, 3 HR, 2 BB, 1 SO, 6 R and 8 RBI in 7 G (2nd career PoW)

(Slash lines are for the season, not the week)

June 25 - Minnesota lost 3B Larry Murphy (22-R) for the season with a torn ACL. He was hitting .282 with 4 HR and 31 RBI, a .397 OBP and 22 SB. He was my #1 trade target for this winter... He led the PCL in walks (130) and OBP (.420) last year and stole 40 bases
June 25 - 3B Antonio Flores (26-L) of Milwaukee had 2 hits with a home run and 5 RBI at home versus San Antonio. The Brewers won, 6 to 3.
June 25 - CF Clay Laurence (23-R) of San Francisco hit for the Cycle, scored three tuns and had 4 RBI at home versus Sacramento. It is the first Cycle in the Majors this season. The Seals won, 12 to 2.
June 26 - Graham Pethel (25-R) of Kansas City pitched a 5 hit shutout at home versus Houston. He walked 1 and struck out 3. 94 pitches thrown. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 9-7 with a 2.79 ERA in 18 starts. The Royals won, 4 to 0.
June 26 - 2B Britt Snyder went 5 for 7 with a double, stole a base and scored 2 runs at home versus San Diego, but the Angels lost, 6 to 3, in 14 innings.
June 27 - San Antonio lost All-Star C Jeff Parrish (28-S) for the season with a broken kneecap. He was only batting .179 with 4 HR and 21 EBI. 9 XB after hitting 44 last year. 71 SO in 246 AB this year.
June 27 - Danny Colon (32-L) of Seattle pitched a 5 hit shutout at Sacramento. He walked 1 and struck out 1. 93 pitches thrown. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 4-5 with a 4.13 ERA in 13 starts. The Rainiers won, 1 to 0.
June 27 - RF Harry Sheffield (24-R) of Chicago had 4 hits with 2 triples, scored 3 runs and had 4 RBI at Detroit. The Cubs won, 9 to 1.
June 28 - Darrell Wann (31-R) of Denver pitched a 2 hit shutout at Milwaukee. He walked 3 and struck out 3. He is now 3-9 with a 4.46 ERA in 18 starts. The Bears won, 2 to 0, and only had 5 hits themselves.
June 28 - Hal Kestler (25-R) of Dallas pitched a 4 hit shutout at Salt Lake City. He walked 1 and struck out 4. At bat, he was 1 for 1 with a double, scored a run, had an RBI and also had 3 SH. It is his 3rd shutout of the season. He is now 7-8 with a 3.10 ERA in 18 starts. He was 20-7 with a 2.49 ERA last year. The Eagles won, 4 to 0.
June 28 - Vinny Martinez (32-L) of Montreal pitched a 1 hit shutout at New York. He walked 5 and struck out 4. The hit was a leadoff single in the 9th. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 4-5 with a 3.52 ERA in 18 starts. The Expos won, 4 to 0.
June 28 - LF Steve Ward (32-R) of Toronto went 5 for 7with a home run, scored 3 runs and had 2 RBI at Baltimore. The Blue Jays won, 8 to 7, in 13 innings on Ward's HR.
June 28 - CF Buddy Jacobson (25-L) of Philadelphia went 5 for 5 with a double, stole a base, scored a run and had an RBI at Boston, but the Phillies lost, 12 to 8.
June 28 - Rookie LF Pedro Castaneda (23-L) of Pittsburgh had 2 hits with a Grand Slam, drew a walk, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI at Cincinnati. The Pirates won, 15 to 3, with a 10 run 5th.
June 28 - RF Bob Stout (30-R) of Detroit went 5 for 5 with a double, scored 3 runs and had an RBI at St. Louis. The Tigers won, 9 to 8.
June 29 - Charlie Mabry (29-R) of Toronto pitched a 5 hit shutout at Baltimore. He walked 2 and struck out 4. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 4-8 with a 5.19 ERA in 15 starts. The Blue Jays won, 2 to 0, and only had 5 hits themselves.
June 30 - George Wiedemann (25-R) of Kansas City pitched a 4 hit shutout at home versus San Antonio. He did not walk a batter and struck out 5. At bat, he had a hit and scored a run. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 7-4 with a 3.22 ERA in 15 starts. The Royals won, 3 to 0.
June 30 - Sam Henderson (28-R) of Los Angeles pitched a 3 hit shutout at Sacramento. He walked 3 and struck out 1. 96 pitches thrown. At bat, he had a hit. It is his 3rd shutout of the season. He is now 10-5 with a 2.24 ERA in 19 starts. The Angels won, 3 to 0.
June 30 - The Hollywood Stars won at Seattle, 5 to 4, in 19 innings. Each team scored a run in the 10th. Brad Daniels (31-R) earned the win with 5 shutout innings of relief.
June 30 - Brian Nordmann (27-R) of New York pitched a 3 hit shutout at home versus Montreal. He walked 1 and struck out 6. 95 pitches thrown. At bat, he had a hit and scored a run. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 9-3 with a 2.62 ERA in 18 starts. The Giants won, 8 to 0.
June 30 - In his 17th start, of the season, Gary Trader (31-R) of Cincinnati got his 1st win of the year. He held Pittsburgh to 1 hit in a CG in Cincinnati, but sill managed to give up a run. He walked 3 and struck out 7. He retired the 1st 12 batters of the game. He walked the leadoff batter in the 4th, but a line drive double play erased the runner. The next batter singled for the only hit of the game. He is now 1-8 with a 5.38 ERA. The Reds won, 8 to 1.

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Monthly Awards for June, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Steve Ward, lf, Toronto (32-R) .396/.431/.623 106 AB, 7 2B, 1 3B, 5 HR, 7 BB, 6 SO, 1 SB, 0 CS, 19 R, 17 RBI in 27 G (26 GS) (2nd straight PoM)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Brian Nordmann, rhp, New York (27-R) 5-0 1.10 ERA 6 GS, 49 IP, 25 H, 0 HR, 12 BB, 42 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Glen Hebert, rhp, Brooklyn (24-R) 3-1 3.44 ERA 5 GS 34 IP 29 H 3 HR 24 BB 18 SO

PCL Player of the Month: Glenn Snowden, 1b, Portland (25-R) .425/.470/.811 106 AB, 6 2b, 1 3b, 11 HR (!), 9 BB, 8 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 25 R, 31 RBI (!) in 27 G (25 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Al Johnson, rhp, Kansas City (21-R) 6-0 1.91 ERA 6 GS, 47 IP, 36 H, 1 HR, 8 BB, 23 SO (2nd PoM this season; 3rd career) (Worst monthly ERA of the season!)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Frank Flores, rhp, Portland (23-R) 3-1 2.03 ERA 6 GS, 44.1 IP, 44 H, 2 HR, 9 BB, 13 SO (2nd RoM)

Monthly Awards for May, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Steve Ward, lf, Toronto (32-R) .400/.453/.629 105 AB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 7 HR, 11 BB, 5 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 26 R, 27 RBI in 28 G (26 GS)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Billy Fritts, lhp, New York (28-L) 5-1 2.38 ERA 6 GS, 45.1 IP, 43 H, 1 HR, 14 BB, 38 SO (3rd career PoM)
NL Rookie of the Month: Jim Haulk, rhp, St. Louis (29-R) 3-1 3.83 ERA 6 GS 44.2 IP 46 H 3 HR 15 BB 27 SO (Was 0-5 with an 8.13 ERA in April)

PCL Player of the Month: Russ Jimenez, 2b, Houston (31-R) .369/.443/.621 103 AB, 6 2b, 1 3b, 6 HR, 15 BB, 9 SO, 1 SB, 1 CS, 21 R, 19 RBI in 28 G (27 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Tim Willcox, rhp, Dallas (30-R) 6-0 0.86 ERA 6 GS, 52.1 IP, 34 H, 2 HR, 7 BB, 39 SO
PCL Rookie of the Month: Craig Raposo, rhp, Hollywood (24-R) 4-0 3.28 ERA 6 GS, 46.2 IP, 40 H, 4 HR, 13 BB, 41 SO

Monthly Awards for April, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Jim Wagner, lf, Washington (25-S) .348/.512/.629 89 AB, 5 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 31 BB (!!), 10 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 16 RBI in 26 G
NL Pitcher of the Month: George Cann, lhp, Washington (24-L) 4-0 1.64 ERA 6 GS, 44 IP, 33 H, 2 HR, 15 BB, 27 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Luis Aranda, lhp, Cleveland (24-L) 2-1 2.93 ERA 6 GS 43 IP 48 H 4 HR 20 BB 26 SO

PCL Player of the Month: Steve Hermanson, 2b, Milwaukee (24-S) .363/.431/.598 102 AB, 7 2b, 1 3b, 5 HR, 13 BB, 11 SO, 5 SB, 4 CS, 20 R, 17 RBI in 24 G
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Al Johnson, rhp, Kansas City (21-R) 5-1 1.70 ERA 6 GS, 47.2 IP, 31 H, 3 HR, 7 BB, 33 SO (2nd career PoM)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Frank Flores, rhp, Portland (23-R) 3-2 2.25 ERA 5 GS, 36 IP, 22 H, 2 HR, 11 BB, 13 SO

If I had noticed at the time that P Al Johnson was 7 ft. tall, I would have traded for him instead of Bobby Johnson.... I definitely went for the wrong Johnson....

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Monday, July 1, 2002

I was planning on waiting until the All-Star break to reevaluate our roster and make extensive changes, but the injury to 2B Shannon Kuchta (24-R) in yesterday's game means I have to figure out what to do about 2nd base right now, so I decided to go ahead and figure out what to do about everybody today on our off day. Kuchta was put on the DL.

P David Fuentes (25-R) and P Chuck Purnell (26-L) were sent to Vancouver (A). P Rich Larkin (22-R), P Mike Wagner (30-R) and LF Kim Springer (21-L) were recalled. Springer, sent down because of excessive errors, has only made 1 in 28 games for the Mounties.

I would like to send 1B Rick Woodell (31-L) to Vancouver, but he refuses.

Juan Rojas (23-S) will move to 2nd, Dave Risinger (26-R) will move to short and Fernando Mexicano (21-L) will move back to 3rd to make some more errors.... Springer will start in left against right-handers with Fernando Martinez (27-L) moving to right (where he is less than ideal). Against lefties, Jose Julio (28-R) will play right.
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Tuesday, July 2, 2002

The Sacramento Solons are in town to play a short 2 game set. They were swept in 3 games at home by the Angels over the weekend and are 3-14 in their last 17 games. All-Star and Gold Glove 2B Jim Holberton (24-L) will miss this series. We are 5-2 against them on the season and split 2 games the last time they were here, a couple of weeks ago. They are last in the PCL in scoring with 3.57 runs per game (Portland is tied for 7th with 4.06). The Solons are 6th in fewest runs allowed with 4.07 (Portland is 7th with 4.10). Their run differential is -41 and ours is -3.

Sacramento Solons (34-47 .420 23 GB in 7th place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (38-44 .463 19.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

SAC: Ellis Collier (28-R 6-3 3.67) vs. POR: Rondey Moe (26-R 2-3 2.72)

Collier is their #1 starter. We have not faced him this season. We faced him once last season and he pitched 5 perfect innings on May 16, but got hurt and was out for the next three months.

Moe was supposed to start our last game, but had to pitch in relief the game before that, where he picked up a loss. In his last start, he got a win with only 1 run and 5 H allowed in 8 IP.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SACRAMENTO
1: RF Les Olds (29-R .195-303-5-28-.570)
2: 2B Ralph McKinney (23-L .333-72-0-6-.754) Rookie
3: 3B Larry Pierce (29-L .250-280-6-34-.688)
4: C Mario Vasquez (26-L .225-173-5-17-.636)
5: LF Eddie Dyer (26-L .272-103-1-6-.720)
6: SS Angel Arana (26-R .184-256-3-28-.507)
7: CF Boyd Wassink (28-R .226-124-0-4-.536)
8: 1B Larry Carlson (28-R .186-43-1-4-.596) Rookie 10 HR in 91 AB in A ball
9: P Ellis Collier (28-S .138-29-0-2-.305)

PORTLAND
1: SS Dave Risinger (26-R .271-166-2-14-.646)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .327-168-1-14-.764)
3: RF Fernando Martinez (27-L .268-123-6-17-.725) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .312-301-24-64-.999) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (21-L .271-292-22-62-.890)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .271-170-4-22-.749)
7: LF Kim Springer (21-L .258-132-3-13-.682) Rookie
8: 2B Juan Rojas (23-S .234-154-1-10-.545)
9: P Rondey Moe (26-L .059-17-0-0-.170)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: 75 F, Clear Skies, with a 13 MPH wind blowing in from right
Attendance: 12,706

Top of the First:
Les Olds draws a leadoff walk... Ralph McKinney pops out to left. Larry Pierce swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left. Mario Vasquez draws a walk to load the bases up with 1 out... Eddie Dyer grounds a 1-2 pitch to right for a hit and Olds scores... 1 to 0, Solons. Angel Arana strikes out. Boyd Wassink swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to short!

Bottom of the First:
Dave Risinger grounds out to short. Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and pops out to right. Fernando Martinez flies out to deep right. That's 18 straight Beavers that P Ellis Collier has retired in his career...

Top of the Second:
Larry Carlson takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 and another leadoff walk... P Ellis Collier bunts one and P Rondey Moe goes to 2nd for the force out, but the throw is late... A wild pitch moves the runners up... Les Olds beats out an infield hit and Carlson scores... 2 to 0, Solons. Ralph McKinney pops one up in foul territory down the left field line and in his first chance since being recalled from Vancouver (A), Kim Springer drops the ball for an error... Given a second chance, McKinney lines out to center and Jack Hinckley fires to 3rd to double off P Collier!! I guess that was a GOOD error to make! Larry Pierce grounds out to short!

Through 4 innings, all we have off P Ellis Collier is a walk... So that is 9 hitless innings he has completed against the Beavers... The Solons have 7 hits and 3 walks off P Rondey Moe...

Top of the Fifth:
P Rondey Moe strikes out the side in order!

Bottom of the Fifth:

Fernando Mexicano, who has been the lone base runner for the Beavers with a walk, leads off with a home run to left! 2 to 1, Solons. Jim Shippy lines a hit to center. Kim Springer grounds a hit up the middle and Shippy beats the throw to 3rd. Juan Rojas strikes out, Springer gets thrown out trying to steal... P Rondey Moe grounds one to 2nd, but Ralph McKinney boots it and Shippy scores! Tie game: 2 to 2.

Top of the Seventh:
Larry Pierce leads off with a home run to left... 3 to 2, Solons. Call to the Bullpen: Mike Wagner (30-R). Mario Vasquez singles... Eddie Dyer grounds a double play ball to 2nd, but Juan Rojas makes a bad throw to 2nd for an error... P Wagner balks.... Angel Arana flies out to deep center and both runners advance. 4 to 2, Solons. Boyd Wassink strikes out. Larry Carlson grounds out to short.

Lost - 7 to 4

The relievers we called back from Vancouver (A) were no better than when we sent them out... 4 more runs and 6 hits and 2 BB allowed by our lousy Bullpen in 3 IP....

We had 7 hits and made 2 errors
Sacramento had 15 hits and made 1 error

Rondey Moe (L 2-4) went 6+ innings, allowed 3 runs, 9 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks and struck out 7. He threw a WP. 116 pitches.
RHP Mike Wagner went 1.1 innings, allowed 3 runs (2 earned), 3 hits and struck out 2. He balked.
RHP Rich Larkin got 2 outs, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 1.
RHP Jennings Sims went 1 inning, allowed 1 run, 2 hits and 1 walk.

Ellis Collier (W 7-3) went 7.2 innings, gave us 4 runs (3 earned), 7 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks and struck out 7. At bat, he had 2 hits and scored a run.
RHP Duane Rokita (SV 17) went 1.1 scoreless innings, gave us 1 walk and struck out 2.

CF Jack Hinckley had 2 hits and scored a run. 1B Glenn Snowden had 2 walks, but ended his hitting streak after 17 games. 3B Fernando Mexicano had 2 hits with his 23rd home run of the season, drew a walk and had 3 RBI. PH Don Neumann drew a walk.

For Sacramento, 3B Larry Pierce had 3 hits with his 7th home run and drew a walk.

Okay, that plan did not work... Let's go to plan F....
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Wednesday, July 3, 2002

P Mike Wagner (30-R), P Jennings Sims (29-R), LF Kim Springer (21-L) and SS Juan Rojas (23-S) were all sent to Vancouver (A).

P Roger Lerer (28-L), P Duke McKenzie (24-R), 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R) and CF Larry Ballard (23-L) have been called up. Lerer and McKenzie will get shots as relievers, Dunaway will get a shot to take fill in for Kuchta at 2nd and Ballard will get a shot to start against right-handers. Ballard hit only .229 in B Ball last year, but is hitting .301 for the Mounties.

Sacramento Solons (35-47 .427 23 GB in 7th place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (38-45 .458 20.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

SAC: Juan Sanchez (27-R 6-8 3.22) vs. POR: Bobby Johnson (23-R 5-6 3.06)

We have beaten Sanchez twice this season, but he pitched decently in both games with a 3.00 ERA. He lost his last start, 1-0.

June was not a good month for Johnson. He was 2-2 with a 4.40 ERA and gave up 7 HR, more than April and May combined (5).

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SACRAMENTO
1: RF Les Olds (29-R .198-308-5-30-.579)
2: CF Harvey Turner (24-L .247-186-3-17-.628)
3: LF Dennis Rayner (28-R .288-274-8-44-.787)
4: 3B Larry Pierce (29-L .256-285-7-35-.709)
5: 1B Dale Cave (29-R .236-203-0-10-.623)
6: C Terry Bass (29-L .316-114-3-14-.864)
7: SS Angel Arana (26-R .185-260-3-29-.506)
8: 2B Larry Carlson (28-R .170-47-1-4-.562) Rookie
9: P Juan Sanchez (27-R .219-32-0-3-.587)

PORTLAND
1: SS Dave Risinger (26-R .263-171-2-14-.628)
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .331-172-1-14-.769)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .268-127-6-17-.718) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .310-303-24-64-.996) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (21-L .275-295-23-65-.906)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .270-174-4-22-.743)
7: CF Larry Ballard (23-L Major League debut) Rookie
8: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .083-12-0-0-.433) Rookie
9: P Bobby Johnson (23-R .116-43-0-1-.313)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 13,084

Top of the First:
Les Olds grounds a hit to center... He steals 2nd. Harvey Turner grounds out to 2nd and Olds goes to 3rd. Dennis Rayner draws a walk. Larry Pierce lobs a hit to center and Olds scores... 1 to 0, Solons. Dale Cave grounds into a 6-4-3 double play!

Bottom of the First:
Dave Risinger lines a 2-2 pitch to center for a hit. Jack Hinckley grounds into a 6-4-3 double play... Fernando Martinez pops out to the pitcher...

Bottom of the Second:
With 2 outs, Jim Shippy singles. Larry Ballard, in his first Major League AB, grounds out to short.

Through 3 innings, we have turned 3 double plays!

Bottom of the Fifth:

Fernando Mexicano leads off by swinging at the first pitch and hitting a double to right center. With 2 outs, they walk Randy Dunaway intentionally to face P Bobby Johnson, who pops out to 2nd...

Bottom of the Sixth:
Dave Risinger swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds a hit to left and then steals 2nd. Jack Hinckley bunts him to 3rd. Fernando Martinez flies out to right and Risinger tags up and scores. Tie game: 1 to 1.

Bottom of the Seventh:

Fernando Mexicano swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds a hit to right. Jim Shippy draws a walk. Larry Ballard beats out an infield hit to load the bases up with no outs! His first career hit! But he calls Trudy the Trainer out.... Pinch-runner: Jose Julio (28-R). He'll stay in to play right and Jack Hinckley will move to center. Randy Dunaway strikes out... PH Rick Woodell (31-L) strikes out.... Dave Risinger swings at the first pitch and grounds out to short... Bases loaded, no outs and no runs....

Top of the Eighth:
New Pitcher: Roy Huls (21-R). He walks 2 batters, but C Jim Shippy throws them both out trying to steal!

Bottom of the Eighth:

Jack Hinckley lines a 3-2 pitch into left for a hit and then steals 2nd. Fernando Martinez swings at a 3-2 pitch and pops out to short... What a big disappointment he has been.... Glenn Snowden swings at a 2-2 pitch and hits a home run to left!!!! 3 to 1, Beavers!!

Won - 3 to 1

We had 10 hits and made 1 error
Sacramento had 7 hits and made no errors

Bobby Johnson went 7 innings, allowed 1 run, 6 hits, 2 walks and struck out 1.
RHP Roy Huls (W 1-0) went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 2 walks and struck out 1.

Juan Sanchez (L 6-9) went 8 innings (CG), gave us 3 runs, 10 hits, 1 home runs, 3 walks (1 INT) and struck out 3. At bat, he hit a double and drew a walk. He is the 1st pitcher to lose 3 games to the Beavers this season.

SS Dave Risinger had 2 hits, stole a base and scored a run. 1B Glenn Snowden hit his League leading 25th home run of the season and had 2 RBI. He also made his 12th error. I was going to say League leading 12th error, but I looked it up and Luis Hernandez has 14 for Seattle. In the NL, Tony Pena of Chicago made his 20th today! He made 14 all of last season. Besides those three, 7 is the most by any 1st baseman. 3B Fernando Mexicano had 2 hits with a double. C Jim Shippy had a hit and 2 walks. CF Larry Ballard, in his Major League debut, went 1 for 3. PR/RF Jose Julio hit a double in his only AB.

Trudy's report on Larry Ballard is a sore thumb that should be fine in a day or two.
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Thursday, July 4, 2002

Independence Day

The Milwaukee Brewers are here to play a 4 game series through the weekend and take us to the All-Star break. They just swept the mighty Royals in 2 games at home and have won 10 of their last 12. We lost 3 of 4 to them in Milwaukee at the end of May. Even without SS Greg Hobbs, who led the Majors with 46 HR last season, they are 5th in the PCL in scoring with 4.20 runs per game (Portland is tied for 7th with 4.05). The Brewers are 14th in fewest runs allowed with 4.48 per game (Portland is 7th with 4.10). Their run differential is -23 and ours is -4.

Milwaukee Brewers (42-40 .512 16.5 GB in 4th place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (39-45 .464 20.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

MIL: Jeff Blaine (25-R 3-5 3.35) vs. POR: Frank Flores (23-R 8-4 2.38) Rookie

Blaine is their #1 starter. He beat us with 7.1 shutout innings at Milwaukee.

Flores had a no decision in which he was hit hard last time out. He gave up 4 runs (2 earned) and 9 hits in 6 IP against the Seals.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
MILWAUKEE
1: 3B Antonio Flores (26-L .220-287-3-32-.576) Hit .308 last year
2: 1B Andres Garcia (34-R .352-307-1-39-.918) 49 BB .439 OBP
3: 2B Steve Hermanson (24-S .288-323-9-39-.787)
4: RF Dong-hak Shong (23-L .261-69-3-10-.751) Rookie
5: CF Bill Watson (32-R .281-278-7-36-.780)
6: C Stan Babik (23-R .253-79-2-19-.642)
7: LF Bob Wick (29-R .152-105-4-11-.531) Hit .301 last year
8: SS Rick Fountain (22-R .190-205-1-15-.538) Rookie
9: P Jeff Blaine (25-R .400-25-0-3-.800)

PORTLAND
1: SS Dave Risinger (26-R .269-175-2-14-.636)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .331-175-1-14-.768)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .269-130-6-18-.715) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .309-307-25-66-1.000) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: RF Fernando Mexicano (21-L .278-299-23-65-.910)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .273-176-4-22-.753)
7: 3B Rick Woodell (31-L .208-144-3-14-.583)
8: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .067-15-0-0-.396) Rookie
9: P Frank Flores (23-R .162-37-1-7-.448) Rookie

Game Start: 1:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 11,348

Top of the First:
Antonio Flores grounds an 0-2 pitch to right for a hit... Andres Garcia grounds a 3-2 pitch to left for a hit and Flores takes 3rd. Steve Hermanson lines a hit to center and Flores scores and Garcia goes to 3rd... 1-0, Brewers. Dong-hak Shong strikes out. Bill Watson doubles to left center and Garcia scores... 2 to 0, Brewers. Stan Babik strikes out. A wild pitch on an 0-2 count scores Hermanson... 3 to 0, Brewers. Bob Wick swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 3rd.

Bottom of the First:
Dave Risinger grounds a 2-2 pitch to center for a hit. Jack Hinckley grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4. They do not get a double play because Risinger slid in hard and now Trudy the Trainer has to go to work again... Fernando Martinez flies out to left. Glenn Snowden walks on 4 pitches. Fernando Mexicano swings at the first pitch and pops out to short... Rich Cruz (30-R) will go in to play short.

Bottom of the Second:

Jim Shippy leads off with a hit and Rick Woodell reaches on an error by 1B Andres Garcia. Randy Dunaway grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4, and Shippy goes to 3rd. P Frank Flores flies out to left and Shippy tags up and scores. 3 to 1, Brewers. Rich Cruz lines a hit to center and Dunaway goes to 3rd. A passed ball scores Dunaway! 3 to 2, Brewers. Jack Hinckley flies out to right.

Top of the Fourth:

With 1 out, Stan Babik doubles over the center fielder's head. He goes to 3rd on a ground out. We walk Rick Fountain, a sub-.200 hitter, intentionally to face P Jeff Blaine, a .400 hitter... Why?... Blaine grounds a hit to right and Babik scores... Fountain heads to 3rd and RF Fernando Mexicano throws the ball into the dugout... 5 to 2, Brewers.

Bottom of the Fourth:
Rick Woodell lines a hit to left and goes to 2nd on a wild pitch. He goes to 3rd on a ground out. P Frank Flores beats out an infield hit and Woodell scores. 5 to 3, Brewers. Rich Cruz lines out to 2nd and they double off P Flores at 1st...

Bottom of the Fifth:

Jeff Hinckley leads off with a hit and Fernando Martinez triples to left center! 5 to 4, Brewers. Glenn Snowden flies out to shallow left and Martinez holds. Fernando Mexicano grounds a hit to right and Martinez scores! Tie game: 5 to 5. That does it for P Jeff Blaine. New Pitcher: Ron Burian (33-L) with 3.92 ERA in 20.2 IP with 32 H. He throws a wild pitch and Mexicano goes to 2nd. Jim Shippy grounds out to the pitcher and Mexicano goes to 3rd. PH Jose Julio (28-R) grounds out to short. He will stay in the game to play right and Mexicano will move to 3rd.

Top of the Sixth:

With 1 out, Bob Wick hits a home run to left... 6 to 5, Brewers.

Top of the Seventh:
New Pitcher: Garry Ayers (29-R). With 1 out, Steve Hermanson lines a hit to left. He steals 2nd. So we walk Dong-hak Shong intentionally like the morons we are... With 2 outs, Stan Babik clears the bases with another double to center... 8 to 5, Brewers. 2 intentional walks this game and they have both scored.... Bob Wick triples to right center.... 9 to 5, Brewers. I need to just quit pulling my starting pitchers ever....

Bottom of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Ricky Huffman (34-L), their closer. He strikes out the side in order...

Lost - 9 to 5

We had 10 hits and made 2 errors
Milwaukee had 13 hits and made 1 error

Frank Flores (L 8-5) went 5.2 innings, allowed 6 runs (5 earned), 8 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 4. He threw a WP. At bat, he had a hit and 2 RBI.
LHP Roger Lerer faced 1 batter and struck him out.
RHP Garry Ayers went 1 inning, allowed 3 runs, 3 hits, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 1.
RHP Jim Kokos went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits and struck out 1.

Jeff Blaine went 4.1 innings, gave us 5 runs (3 earned), 9 hits, 1 walk and struck out no one.
LHP Ron Burian (W 1-0), who had allowed 32 H in 20.1 IP, faced 8 batters (2.2 IP) and got them all out...

SS Dave Risinger had a hit in his only AB. LF Fernando Martinez hit a triple, scored a run and had an RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden hit a double and drew a walk. PH/RF Jose Julio had a hit.

For Milwaukee, 2B Steve Hermanson had 3 hits, stole a base, scored 2 runs and had an RBI.

Trudy's report on Dave Risinger is a strained back that should take about two weeks to get right...
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Friday, July 5, 2002

Today is Fernando Mexicano's 22nd birthday!

SS Dave Risinger (26-R) was placed on the DL. We reluctantly recalled SS Juan Rojas (23-S).

Milwaukee Brewers (43-40 .518 16.5 GB in 4th place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (39-46 .459 20.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

MIL: John Richardson (33-L 5-8 6.22) vs. POR: Steve Muir (27-R 7-6 2.64) Gold Glove

Richardson was the one guy we beat in Milwaukee, He gave us 4 runs in 6 IP. He has won his last two outings. Last year, he was 15-8 with a 3.90 ERA in 27 starts.

Muir pitched a 6 hit shutout on short rest against San Francisco, no less, in his last start.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
MILWAUKEE
1: 3B Antonio Flores (26-L .219-292-3-32-.574)
2: 1B Andres Garcia (34-R .353-312-1-39-.916)
3: 2B Steve Hermanson (24-S .293-328-9-40-.793)
4: C Larry McNeil (27-R .253-249-9-33-.708)
5: RF Dong-hak Shong (23-L .247-73-3-10-.721) Rookie
6: CF Bill Watson (32-R .283-283-7-37-.784)
7: LF Bob Wick (29-R .165-109-5-13-.593)
8: SS Rick Fountain (22-R .188-208-1-15-.534) Rookie
9: P John Richardson (33-L .200-25-0-1-.431)

PORTLAND
1: RF Jose Julio (28-R .257-222-3-20-.634)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .328-180-1-14-.758)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .269-134-6-19-.723) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .310-310-25-66-1.002) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .277-303-23-66-.905)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .272-180-4-22-.747)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .053-19-0-0-.323) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .228-158-1-10-.531)
9: P Steve Muir (27-R .095-42-0-3-.190) Gold Glove

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: 70 F, Clear Skies, with a 7 MPH wind blowing out to right
Attendance: 14,716

Top of the First:

Antonio Flores grounds out to 2nd. Andres Garcia grounds out to 3rd. Steve Hermanson swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 3rd! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:
Jose Julio grounds out to 2nd. Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and grounds out to 3rd... Deja vu... Fernando Martinez hits a foul ball down the right field line, but Dong-hak Shong drops the ball for an error. Given a 2nd chance to ground out to 3rd to complete the mirror innings, Martinez instead lines a hit to center. Glenn Snowden swings at a 3-2 pitch and hits one 435 ft. to straight away center!! 2 to 0, Beavers! Fernando Mexicano lines out to right.

Bottom of the Second:

Jim Shippy leads off with a home run to left center! 3 to 0, Beavers! Randy Dunaway doubles off the wall in center! Juan Rojas grounds a hit to right and Dunaway scores! 4 to 0, Beavers! P Steve Muir bunts Rojas to 2nd. Jose Julio draws a walk. Jack Hinckley grounds into a 4-6-3 double play....

Top of the Fourth:
Antonio Flores lines a hit to left and becomes the first base runner of the game for the Brewers. Andres Garcia doubles down the right field line. Steve Hermanson grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and the runners hold. Larry McNeil pops out to left and the runners hold. Dong-hak Shong grounds out to 2nd!!!

Bottom of the Fourth:
On the Hill: Ken Caldwell (25-R), beginning his 2nd inning of work after a perfect 4th. Jim Shippy and Randy Dunaway lead off with singles. Juan Rojas grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4, and Shippy goes to 3rd. P Steve Muir lines out to 2nd and they double Shippy off at 3rd...

Top of the Fifth:

With 1 out, Bob Wick triples to right center. Rick Fountain grounds one to short and Juan Rojas boots it and Wick scores... 4 to 1, Beavers. P Ken Caldwell bunts into a force at 2nd, 3-6. Antonio Flores lines a hit to left center. Andres Garcia grounds a hit to right and the bases are loaded with 2 outs. Steve Hermanson grounds a double down the left field line and 2 runs score... 4 to 3, Beavers. Larry McNeil strikes out.

Top of the Seventh:

Rick Fountain grounds a hit up the middle and gets bunted to 2nd. Antonio Flores lines a hit to center and Fountain scores... Tie game: 4 to 4. Flores steals 2nd. Andres Garcia grounds a hit to center and Flores heads home. Jack Hinckley overruns the ball for an error and Flores scores easily and Garcia end up on 2nd... 5 to 4, Brewers. The Bullpen is up... Steve Hermanson doubles to left... 6 to 4, Brewers. Larry McNeil fouls out to 1st. Dong-hak Shong pops out to 2nd.

Lost - 6 to 4

We had 10 hits and made 2 errors
Milwaukee had 11 hits and made 2 errors

Steve Muir (L 7-7) went 7 innings, allowed 6 runs (3 earned), 10 hits, no walks and struck out 4.
RHP Rich Larkin went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 2.

John Richardson went 2 innings, gave us 4 runs (2 earned), 5 hits, 2 home runs, 1 walk and struck out no one.
RHP Ken Caldwell (W 1-0) went 4 scoreless innings, gave us 3 hits and struck out 3. At bat, he scored a run.
LHP Ricky Huffman (SV 21) pitched a scoreless 9th and gave us 1 hit.

1B Glenn Snowden had 3 hits with his League leading 26th home run and had 2 RBI. C Jim Shippy had 3 hits with his 5th home run. 2B randy Dunaway had 2 hits with a double and scored a run.

For Milwaukee, 3B Antonio Flores had 3 hits, stole a base, scored 2 runs and had an RBI. 1B Andres Garcia had 3 hits with a double, scored a run and had an RBI. 2B Steve Hermanson hit 3 doubles and had 3 RBI.

The Brewers announced that P John Richardson was injured in the game with a triceps strain and will likely miss 7 weeks.
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Saturday, July 6, 2002

Milwaukee Brewers (44-40 .524 16.5 GB in 4th place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (39-47 .453 21.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

MIL: Larry Wicke (31-R 6-7 3.91) vs. POR: Joe Hoehn (27-R 1-4 5.81) Rookie

We have not faced Wicke this season. Last year he had one no decision and gave us 5 runs in 3.2 IP. He shut out the Royals on 4 hits in his last start.

Hoehn lost his last start, but it was his best as a Beaver this season. He allowed 1 unearned run in 6 IP on 4 H.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
MILWAUKEE
1: 3B Antonio Flores (26-L .226-297-3-33-.583)
2: 1B Andres Garcia (34-R .356-317-1-40-.923)
3: 2B Steve Hermanson (24-S .297-333-9-43-.808)
4: C Larry McNeil (27-R .248-254-9-33-.695)
5: RF Dong-hak Shong (23-L .234-77-3-10-.686) Rookie
6: CF Bill Watson (32-R .280-286-7-37-.778)
7: LF Bob Wick (29-R .168-113-5-13-.608)
8: SS Rick Fountain (22-R .189-212-1-16-.534) Rookie
9: P Larry Wicke (31-R .314-35-0-1-.723)

PORTLAND
1: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .333-3-0-0-.667) Rookie
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .321-184-1-14-.742)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .268-138-6-19-.717) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .315-314-26-68-1.017) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .274-307-23-66-.894)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .283-184-5-23-.779)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .130-23-0-0-.477) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .228-162-1-11-.531)
9: P Joe Hoehn (27-R .333-9-0-0-.667) Rookie

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: 67 F, Partly Cloudy, with an 8 MPH wind blowing in from center
Attendance: 16,037

Top of the First:
Antonio Flores swings at a 3-2 pitch and lines out to center. Antonio Garcia swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds one down to 3rd, but Fernando Mexicano makes a bad throw for an error... Steve Hermanson swings at another 3-2 pitch and hits a home run to right center... 2 to 0, Brewers. Larry McNeil grounds out to 3rd. Dong-hak Shong drives one to deep left center, but LF Fernando Martinez makes a leaping catch!

Bottom of the First:
Larry Ballard walks on 4 pitches. Jack Hinckley grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4. Fernando Martinez grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4. Glenn Snowden draws a walk. Fernando Mexicano gets beaned and the bases are loaded with 2 outs. Jim Shippy flies out to left...

Top of the Second:
Bill Watson leads off with a triple down the right field line... We get back to back pop outs and then P Larry Wicke grounds a hit to right... 3 to 0, Brewers. Antonio Flores grounds a hit to right and P Wicke beats the throw to 3rd. The Bullpen is up. Andres Garcia grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the Second:

Randy Dunaway beats out an infield hit. Juan Rojas grounds into a force at 2nd, 1-4. P Joe Hoehn lays down a bunt, but P Larry Wicke throws the ball away for a 2 base error! Larry Ballard flies out to right and both runners advance. 3 to 1, Brewers. Jack Hinckley strikes out looking...

Top of the Third:

With 1 out, Larry McNeil doubles down the right field line. We get the Bullpen up again. Dong-hak Shong grounds a single to center. Bill Watson hits a home run to left... 6 to 1, Brewers. Call to the Bullpen: Jim Kokos (28-R). He gets the next two out.

Bottom of the Third:
With 2 outs, Fernando Mexicano hits a home run to right. 6 to 2, Brewers.

Bottom of the Fifth:
With 1 out, Glenn Snowden hits a home run to left. 6 to 3, Brewers. Fernando Mexicano draws a walk. Jim Shippy grounds into a force at 2nd, 1-4. With 2 outs, Randy Dunaway doubles down the left field line and Shippy scores! 6 to 4, Brewers. Juan Rojas grounds a hit to left and Dunaway scores! 6 to 5, Brewers. PH Rick Woodell (31-L) is sent up, but they make a pitching change. New Pitcher: Ron Burian (33-L) with a 3.47 ERA in 23.1 IP, but 32 H allowed. But he sat down all 8 Beavers he faced on Thursday. Woodell is pulled down and Don Neumann (32-S) is sent up in his stead. He grounds out to 2nd...

Top of the Sixth:
New Pitcher: Garry Ayers (29-R). SS Armando Lopez (33-L) walks... Antonio Flores lays down a bunt and P Ayers throws the ball away for a 2 base error... I am sick of watching this crap..... Andres Garcia grounds a hit to left and Lopez scores. 7 to 5, Brewers. Ayers has to suck it up... Steve Hermanson lines out to center and Flores tags up and scores. 8 to 5, Brewers. Larry McNeil grounds into a 6-4-3 double play.

Lost - 9 to 6

We had 9 hits and made 3 errors
Milwaukee had 12 hits and made 1 error

3rd straight game we have knocked their starter out of the box early, but lost anyway.

Joe Hoehn (L 1-5) went 2.1 innings, allowed 6 runs (5 earned), 7 hits, 2 home runs, no walks and struck out no one.
RHP Jim Kokos went 2.2 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits, 1 walk and struck out 5.
RHP Garry Ayers went 3 innings, allowed 3 unearned runs (his own error), 3 hits, 4 walks and struck out 3.
RHP Roy Huls pitched a perfect inning and struck out 1.

Larry Wicke went 4.2 innings, gave us 5 runs (4 earned), 7 hits, 2 home runs, 3 walks, 1 HBP and struck out 1. At bat, he had a hit and an RBI.
LHP Ron Burian (W 2-0) went 1.1 scoreless innings, gave us 1 hit and struck out 1. Both of his wins are in this series...
LHP Ricky Huffman (SV 22) pitched a perfect 9th against our 3-4-5 hitters and struck out 1.

CF Larry Ballard had a hit, a walk, was hit by a pitch and had an RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden hit his League leading 27th home run of the season. 3B Fernando Mexicano hit his 24th home run, drew a walk and was hit by a pitch. 2B Randy Dunaway had 3 hits with a double and a triple, scored 2 runs and had an RBI. SS Juan Rojas had 2 hits, scored a run and had an RBI.

For Milwaukee, 1B Andres Garcia had 3 hits, scored a run and had an RBI. 2B Steve Hermanson hit his 10th home run, drew a walk and had 3 RBI. CF Bill Watson hit a triple and his 8th home run, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI.
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Sunday, July 7, 2002

Milwaukee Brewers (45-40 .529 15.5 GB in 3rd place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (39-48 .448 21.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

MIL: Chris Baker (29-R 4-4 3.66) vs. POR: Rondey Moe (26-R 2-4 2.89)

We scored 5 runs off Baker in 3 IP at Milwaukee, but lost the game anyway.

Moe gave up 3 runs on 9 H in 6 IP last time out and lost.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
MILWAUKEE
1: 3B Antonio Flores (26-L .227-300-3-33-.586)
2: 1B Andres Garcia (34-R .360-322-1-41-.927)
3: 2B Steve Hermanson (24-S .298-336-10-46-.816)
4: CF Bill Watson (32-R .282-291-8-40-.796)
5: C Stan Babik (23-R .262-84-2-21-.674)
6: LF Bob Wick (29-R .178-118-5-13-.615)
7: RF Conrad Husak (35-R .258-93-1-12-.640) Waiver claim from BOS 6/28
8: SS Rick Fountain (22-R .186-215-1-16-.527) Rookie
9: P Chris Baker (29-R .286-21-0-2-.667)

PORTLAND
1: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .400-5-0-1-.900) Rookie
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .317-189-1-14-.733)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .259-143-6-19-.692) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .314-318-27-69-1.022) All-Star/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .274-310-24-67-.905)
6: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .222-27-0-1-.730) Rookie
7: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .235-166-1-12-.542)
8: C Rick Mansoor (29-R .245-53-1-3-.686)
9: P Rondey Moe (26-L .053-19-0-0-.153)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: 71 F, Partly Cloudy, with a 7 MPH wind blowing in from right
Attendance: 13,197

Top of the First:
Antonio Flores grounds a hit to left. He steals 2nd. Andres Garcia plunks one in front of the plate and C Rick Mansoor throws him out, 2-3, and Flores goes to 3rd. P Rondey Moe calls out Trudy the Trainer.... New Pitcher: Duke McKenzie (24-R). Steve Hermanson flies out to center and Flores tags up and scores. 1 to 0, Brewers. Bill Watson lines out to left.

Bottom of the First:
Larry Ballard pops out to right. Jack Hinckley takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Fernando Martinez grounds a hit to right and Hinckley beats the throw to 3rd. Glenn Snowden pops out to short... Fernando Mexicano grounds out to 2nd...

Top of the Second:
Stan Babik leads off with a hit. With 1 out, Conrad Husak and Rick Fountain both get hits and the bases are loaded... P Duke McKenzie looks like he's fitting in well with the rest of our relievers! P Chris Baker grounds into a force at home, 6-2. Antonio Flores flies out to left! Well, that's now how the other relievers would have handled the situation!

Bottom of the Second:
Randy Dunaway grounds a single to center and Juan Rojas beats out an infield hit. Rick Mansoor grounds a hit up the middle and they are loaded up with no outs. P Duke McKenzie grounds into a 6-2-3 double play.... Larry Ballard beats out an infield hit and Rojas scores! Tie game: 1 to 1. Ballard steals 2nd. Jack Hinckley lines a hit to left and Mansoor scores and Ballard heads home, but gets thrown out by LF Bob Wick... 2 to 1, Beavers.

Top of the Fourth:
P Duke McKenzie strikes out the side in order!

Bottom of the Fifth:
PH Rick Woodell (31-L) swings at a 3-0 pitch leading off and makes me cringe, but he connects for a double to right! But the next three all make outs...

Top of the Sixth:
New Pitcher: Rich Larkin (22-R) and he has to complete this inning at the least and hopefully 1 more. Andres Garcia lines a hit to right center. With 1 out, Bill Watson draws a walk. Garcia steals 3rd. Stan Babik flies out to deep center and Garcia trots home. Tie game: 2 to 2.

Bottom of the Sixth:
Glenn Snowden lines a hit to left. Fernando Mexicano hits a home run to right center!! 4 to 2, Beavers!

Bottom of the Seventh:
New Pitcher: Juan Romero (26-R) with a 2.30 ERA in 31.1 IP. PH Don Neumann (32-S) reaches when 2B Steve Hermanson boots his ground ball. With 1 out, Jack Hinckley draws a walk. Fernando Martinez lines a hit to left and Neumann scores! 5 to 2, Beavers! Glenn Snowden takes a 3-2 pitch to load them up for Fernando Mexicano. He strikes out looking... Randy Dunaway grounds out to short.

Won - 5 to 2

I am so glad we did not go to the break with a losing streak alive!

We had 10 hits and made no errors
Milwaukee had 7 hits and made 1 error

Rondey Moe got 1 out, allowed 1 run, 1 hit, no walks and struck out no one.
RHP Duke McKenzie went 4.2 scoreless innings, allowed 4 hits and struck out 5.
RHP Rich Larkin (W 3-3 BS 1) went 2 innings, allowed 1 run, 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 3.
RHP Roy Huls (SV 3) went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 3.

Chris Baker (L 4-5) went 6 innings, gave us 4 runs, 9 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 1.

CF Larry Ballard had a hit and a walk, stole a base and had an RBI. RF Jack Hinckley had a hit and 2 walks and an RBI. LF Fernando Martinez had 2 hits and a walk and an RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden had a hit and a walk and scored a run. 3B Fernando Mexicano hit his 25th home run of the season and had 2 RBI. C Rick Mansoor had a hit and a walk and scored a run. PH Rick Woodell hit a double. PH Don Neumann reached on an error and scored a run.

Trudy's report on Rondey Moe is a mild shoulder strain that will take a week or two to heal.

The All-Star rosters were announced today and once again, 1B Glenn Snowden will be the only Beaver participating.
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July 8, 2002

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Adrian Gentry, 3B/1B, Cleveland (22-R .373/.405/.480) Had 15 hits with 4 2B, 1 HR, 1 BB, 1 SO, 3 SB, 0 CS, 8 R and 3 RBI in 6 G (Rookie)
PCL Player of the Week - Marco Manga, CF, Minnesota (23-L .287/.353/.484) Had 10 hits with 1 2B, 4 HR, 2 BB, 9 SO, 5 R and 10 RBI in 6 G

(Slash lines are for the season, not the week)

July 1 - Larry Wicke (31-R) of Milwaukee pitched a 4 hit shutout at home versus Kansas City. He walked 3 and struck out 3. At bat, he had a hit and scored a run. He is now 6-7 with a 3.91 ERA in 18 starts. The Brewers won, 2 to 0.
July 2 - Marty Becker (37-L) of Seattle pitched a 3 hit shutout at home versus San Diego. He walked 1, beaned 1 and struck out 5. At bat, he had a hit and a walk. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 4-7 with a 3.35 ERA in 16 starts. The Rainiers won, 1 to 0.
July 2 - Pete Kinser (29-L) of St. Louis pitched a 2 hit shutout at Cincinnati. He did not walk a batter and struck out 10. It is his 3rd shutout of the season. He is now 9-3 with a 2.19 ERA in 19 starts. The Cardinals won, 2 to 0.
July 2 - Rookie 1B Adrian Gentry (22-R) of Cleveland had 4 hits with 2 doubles and a home run, stole a base, scored 3 runs and had 3 RBI at home versus Chicago. The Indians won, 9 to 3.
July 3 - CF Marco Manga (22-L) of Minnesota had 3 hits with 2 home runs and 5 RBI at Salt Lake City. The Twins won, 8 to 7.
July 4 - Tom Beck (26-R) of Denver pitched a 2 hit shutout at San Francisco. He did not walk a batter and struck out 2. 96 pitches thrown. At bat, he had a hit and scored 2 runs. He is now 4-6 with a 5.72 ERA in 15 starts. The Bears won, 3 to 0, and only had 5 hits themselves.
July 4 - Jeff McKeeman (30-R) of Minnesota pitched a 4 hit shutout at Seattle. He did not walk a batter and struck out 7. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 10-2 with a 2.65 ERA in 17 starts. The Twins won, 3 to 0.
July 4 - Pete Carney (30-R) of Washington pitched a 5 hit shutout at home versus Chicago. He walked 2 and struck out 2. He is now 4-10 with a 4.91 ERA. He was 16-9 with a 3.41 ERA last season. The Nationals won, 2 to 0.
July 4 - C Nelson Feliciano (33-L) of Toronto, who did not start the game, had 3 hits with a double and a home run, scored 3 runs and had 3 RBI at Miami. The Blue Jays won, 10 to 9.
July 5 - Dawson Winslow (26-L) of Dallas pitched a 2 hit shutout at home versus San Diego. He walked 2, hit a batter and struck out 8. At bat, he had a hit. He is now 6-9 with a 4.32 ERA in 19 starts. He had 34 SV and a 1.92 ERA as their closer last season. The Eagles won, 3 to 0.
July 5 - LF Jose Naranjo (28-R) of Hollywood had 4 hits with a triple and a home run, scored 2 runs and had 4 RBI at home versus Houston. SS Jerry Hatcher (25-R) had 3 hits with 2 home runs and 5 RBI. The Stars won, 10 to 7.
July 5 - LF Michael Guerrero (31-L) of Detroit hit a home run, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI. 2 SF. The Tigers won, 9 to 1.
July 5 - LF Steve Ward (32-R) of Toronto, who has won the last two National League Player of the Month awards, will not win a 3rd in a row. He fractured his hand today when he was hit by a pitch and will likely miss 4 to 5 weeks.
July 6 - LF Javy Puente (31-S) of Oakland had 4 hits with 2 home runs, including a Grand Slam, stole a base, scored 3 runs and had 7 RBI at Salt Lake City. The Oaks won, 12 to 6.
July 6 - C Steve Bone (27-R) of Hollywood had 3 hits with a double and a home run, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI at home versus Houston. The Stars won, 7 to 4.
July 6 - LF Bill Tovar (31-R) of Miami had 4 hits with 2 doubles, a triple and a home run (no single!), stole a base, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI at home versus Toronto. The Marlins won, 14 to 7.
July 7 - Paul Jasper (30-R) of Minnesota pitched a 3 hit shutout at Seattle. He walked 1 and struck out 8. At bat, he had a hit, scored a run and had an RBI. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 8-6 with a 2.48 ERA in 20 starts. The Twins won, 7 to 0.

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Monday, July 8, 2002

P Rondey Moe (26-R) was put on the Disabled List and P Joe Hoehn (27-R) was sent back to Vancouver (A). P Chuck Purnell (26-L) and P Edwin Mares (29-R) have been called up.
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Tuesday, July 9, 2002

All-Star Game

The game was in Philadelphia.

Voted Starters:
NATIONAL LEAGUE
C Tom Cooper, Miami (27-L .269-264-7-40-.762)
1B Dave White, Boston (25-L .374-238-16-52-1.102)
2B Carlos Contreras, Philadelphia (24-R .283-336-4-37-.690)
3B Steve Potters, Chicago (23-S .289-343-17-63-.830) 2 time starter
SS Fernando Medina, Toronto (30-S .279-301-9-41-.744)
LF Steve Ward, Toronto (32-R .362-329-19-62-1.017) injured
CF Buddy Jacobson, Philadelphia (25-L .278-353-11-40-.768) 2 time starter
RF Artie Hawkins, Pittsburgh (27-R .330-367-11-47-.871)
SP Jerry Sullivan, Washington (28-L 12-3 2.39)

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

C Steve Bone, Hollywood (27-R .327-297-10-65-.864) 2 time starter
1B Glenn Snowden, Portland (25-R .315-321-27-69-1.020) 2 time starter
2B Russ Jimenez, Houston (31-R .321-327-12-46-.913) 2 time starter
3B Jim Jaeger, San Antonio (35-R .312-327-17-63-.932) 2 time starter
SS Jim Sager, Houston (23-R .282-333-12-42-.771)
LF Dave McDowell, San Francisco (31-R .313-319-22-77-1.027) 2 time starter
CF Clay Laurence, San Francisco (23-R .312-353-11-56-.875) 2 time starter
RF Mike Oakley, Houston (28-L .264-296-19-49-.850)
SP Al Johnson, Kansas City (21-R 17-1 1.50)

Dave McDowell was the top vote getter for the second year in a row.

The National League won, 2 to 1.

Each team only had 4 hits and no home runs were hit.

1B Glenn Snowden of Portland was the MVP, even though he played on the losing side. He went 2 for 3 and knocked in the only run for the PCL in the first inning.

The A Leagues also had their All-Star game today. 3B Roger Cullifer (26-R) and RF Paul Moreland (21-L) of Vancouver were named to the team as starters. The American Association beat the International League for the second straight season, 5 to 0. Cullifer went 1 for 2 and scored a run. Moreland went 1 for 3 with a walk and a GDP. The MVP was 2B Mike Paterson (20-L) of Iowa (Cubs), who was 2 for 4 with a walk, stole a base and had 2 RBI.
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Thursday, July 11, 2002

P Rich Larkin celebrated his 23rd birthday yesterday. I was not invited to the party.

The San Antonio Missions are in town to kick off the second half with a 4 game series. They split 4 games in Sacramento before the All-Star break. We split 4 games with them in San Antonio, April 4-7. They are 14th in scoring in the PCL with 3.74 runs per game (Portland is 9th with 4.09). We now lead the PCL in HR by 1 over Oakland (89) and our BA is at the League average (.257), but we are still last in BB (239) and 2B (101). The Missions are 15th in fewest runs allowed with 4.60 per game (Portland is 9th with 4.20). Their run differential is -76 and ours is -10.

San Antonio Missions (35-53 .398 27.5 GB in 8th (last) place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (40-48 .455 20.5 GB in 6th place in the PCL West)

SA: Tony Gonzales (27-L 3-7 3.90) vs. POR: Bobby Johnson (22-R 5-6 2.97)

We did not face Gonzales in San Antonio. We met him twice last year and whipped up on him pretty good both times, but he only took one loss.

Johnson is 0-1 in his last 3 starts, but pitched well last time out in a no decision, allowing 1 run in 7 IP.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN ANTONIO
1: CF Ken Shepherd (26-R .244-336-6-36-.654) 75 SO
2: 1B Salvatore Flores (28-L .256-219-2-11-.619)
3: 3B Jim Jaeger (35-R .312-327-17-63-.932) Silver Slugger/2-time All-Star
4: LF Sergio Parra (24-S .287-286-7-41-.847) Rookie 21 2B
5: RF Al Lawson (33-R .245-143-5-21-.753)
6: 2B Lee Cole (31-L .233-253-2-20-.617) 6 2B
7: SS Jesus Muniz (28-R .185-238-3-15-.501) 4 2B
8: C Tommy Robison (29-R .225-89-0-5-.562)
9: P Tony Gonzales (27-L .077-39-0-2-.225)

PORTLAND
1: RF Jose Julio (28-R .252-226-3-20-.626)
2: CF Jack Hinckley (26-R .318-192-1-15-.738)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .267-146-6-20-.710) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .315-321-27-69-1.020) 2 time All-Star (MVP)/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .274-314-25-69-.909)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .277-188-5-23-.763)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .226-31-0-1-.701) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .235-170-1-12-.541)
9: P Bobby Johnson (23-R .111-45-0-1-.300)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 10,528

Top of the First:
Ken Shepherd strikes out on 3 pitches! Salvatore Flores pops out to short. Jim Jaeger swings at the first pitch and pops out to 2nd! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:

Jose Julio grounds out to the pitcher. Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and grounds out to 3rd. Fernando Martinez strikes out looking...

Bottom of the Second:
With his first swing of the second half, Glenn Snowden hits a home run to left center! 1 to 0, Beavers! With his first swing of the second half, Fernando Mexicano misses the baseball.... But with his second swing, he grounds a hit to right. Jim Shippy doubles down the left field line! Randy Dunaway pops out to left and Mexicano holds. Juan Rojas swings at the first pitch and doubles to right center and both runners score! 3 to 0, Beavers! P Bobby Johnson swings and misses a strike three pitch, but reaches base on a passed ball! Jose Julio strikes out... Jack Hinckley grounds out to short.

Bottom of the Fifth:

Jose Julio leads off with a double down the left field line, only his 5th of the season. Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and doubles to right center and Julio scores! 4 to 0, Beavers! Fernando Martinez grounds a hit to right. Glenn Snowden grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4, and Hinckley scores. 5 to 0, Beavers! That does it for P Tony Gonzales, even though Fernando Mexicano, a lefty is up. New Pitcher: Oscar Williams (32-R) with a 4.20 ERA in 49.1 IP. Mexicano fouls out to 3rd. 2 outs. Jim Shippy lines out hard to left.

Top of the Sixth:
With 1 out, Jim Jaeger doubles down the right field line. Sergio Parra hits a home run to left center. 5 to 2, Beavers.

Bottom of the Sixth:

With 1 out, Juan Rojas triples to left center. P Bobby Johnson strikes out. PH Larry Ballard (23-L) pops out to center... He'll stay in to play center and Jack Hinckley will move to right.

Bottom of the Seventh:

New Pitcher: Preston Rogers (25-R) with a 5.40 ERA in 8.1 IP. He was claimed off waivers from Montreal on June 16. With 1 out, Fernando Martinez and Glenn Snowden hit singles and then Fernando Mexicano takes him deep to right!!! 8 to 2, Beavers!

Won - 8 to 3

We had 13 hits and made 1 error
San Antonio had 9 hits and made no errors

Bobby Johnson (W 6-6) went 8 innings, allowed 3 runs, 8 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk and struck out 4.
RHP Rich Larkin went 1 scoreless inning, allowed 1 hit and struck out 2.

Tony Gonzales (L 3-8) went 4.1 innings, gave us 5 runs, 8 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out 3.

RF Jose Julio hit a double and scored a run. PH/CF Larry Ballard had a hit. CF/RF Jack Hinckley hit a double, scored a run and had an RBI. LF Fernando Martinez had 2 hits and scored a run. 1B Glenn Snowden had 2 hits with his League leading 28th home run of the season, scored 2 runs and had 2 RBI. 3B Fernando Mexicano had 2 hits with his 26th home run, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI. He has homered in 3 straight games. C Jim Shippy hit a double and scored a run. SS Juan Rojas had 3 hits with a double and 2 RBI.

For San Antonio, rookie LF Sergio Parra had 2 hits with his 8th home run and 3 RBI.

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Friday, July 12, 2002

San Antonio Missions (35-54 .393 27.5 GB in 8th (last) place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (41-48 .461 20.5 GB tied for 5th place in the PCL West)

SA: Oscar Navarro (27-R 8-6 3.82) vs. POR: Steve Muir (27-R 7-7 2.71) Gold Glove

Navarro is their #1 starter. He had a no decision against us in San Antonio in April, but only gave us 2 runs in 7 IP. We won the game in extra innings.

Muir lost his last start, allowing 10 H and 6 R (3 ER) in 7 IP. He is 1-3 in his last 5 starts, but the one win was a shutout.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN ANTONIO
1: CF Ken Shepherd (26-R .246-341-6-36-.664)
2: 2B Lee Cole (31-L .234-256-2-20-.624)
3: 3B Jim Jaeger (35-R .311-331-17-63-.930) Silver Slugger/2-time All-Star
4: LF Sergio Parra (24-S .290-290-8-44-.859) Rookie
5: RF Al Lawson (33-R .245-147-5-21-.746)
6: C Tommy Robison (29-R .215-93-0-5-.539)
7: 1B Jerry Portela (23-R .236-110-0-10-.626)
8: SS Andy Pineda (27-R .237-135-0-12-.566)
9: P Oscar Navarro (27-S .108-37-0-3-.317)

PORTLAND
1: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .364-11-0-2-.830) Rookie
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .315-197-1-16-.735)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .273-150-6-20-.717) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .317-325-28-71-1.029) 2 time All-Star (MVP)/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .277-318-26-72-.920)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .276-192-5-23-.763)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .200-35-0-1-.625) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .247-174-1-14-.580)
9: P Steve Muir (27-R .093-43-0-3-.186) Gold Glove

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 13,930

Top of the First:
Ken Shepherd strikes out! Lee Cole swings at a 3-2 pitch and misses! Jim Jaeger swings at the first pitch and doubles off the wall in center. His 20th double of the season. Sergio Parra flies out to center!

Bottom of the First:
Larry Ballard draws a walk. Jack Hinckley grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4. He steals 2nd. Fernando Martinez grounds out to 2nd and Hinckley goes to 3rd. Glenn Snowden takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Fernando Mexicano takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 and the bases are loaded with 2 outs for Jim Shippy. He swings at a 3-2 pitch and hits a GRAND SLAM to left!!!!! 4 to 0, Beavers! The magic is NOT dead! Randy Dunaway strikes out looking...

Top of the Third:
With 2 outs, Ken Shepherd grounds a hit to left. Lee Cole grounds one past Fernando Mexicano at 3rd and Shepherd takes 3rd. Jim Jaeger grounds the 3rd out of the inning to 2nd, but 1B Glenn Snowden makes lucky error #13 when he drops the throw and Shepherd scores... 4 to 1, Beavers. I have a feeling that ol' Glenn will not get a second Gold Glove this winter.... Sergio Parra flies out to left.

Bottom of the Third:
Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and doubles to left center. With 2 outs, Fernando Mexicano walks on 4 pitches. Jim Shippy grounds out to 2nd...

Top of the Seventh:

P Steve Muir retires the side in order, but goes sees Trudy the Trainer when he comes to the dugout and his day is done....

Top of the Eighth:
New Pitcher: Roy Huls (21-R). He strikes out the side in order!

Won - 4 to 1

We had 4 whole hits and made 1 error
San Antonio had 6 hits and made no errors

Steve Muir (W 8-7) went 7 innings, allowed 1 unearned run, 4 hits, 1 walk and struck out 3.
RHP Roy Huls (SV 4) pitched 2 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits and struck out 3.

Oscar Navarro (L 8-7) went 4 innings, gave us 4 runs, 2 hits, 1 home run, 5 walks and struck out 4.

RF/CF Jack Hinckley had 2 hits with a double, stole a base and scored a run. 3B Fernando Mexicano had a hit and 2 walks and scored a run. C Jim Shippy hit a Grand Slam, his 6th HR of the season.

Trudy's report on Steve Muir is shoulder tendinitis, but she thinks he will be okay for his next start.
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Saturday, July 13, 2002

San Antonio Missions (35-55 .389 28.5 GB in 8th (last) place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (42-48 .467 19.5 GB tied for 5th place in the PCL West)

SA: Jim Castles (27-R 4-7 6.19) vs. POR: Frank Flores (23-R 8-5 2.63) Rookie

Castles held us to 2 runs in 8 IP and won in his first start of the season. After that, things went downhill. But he has had 4 straight Quality Starts in his last 4 games, though he was only 1-2. Last year, he was 14-13 with a 3.76 ERA in 31 starts.

Flores gave up 6 runs (5 earned) in 5.2 IP in his last start before the break and took a loss.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN ANTONIO
1: CF Ken Shepherd (26-R .247-344-6-36-.666)
2: 1B Salvatore Flores (28-L .250-224-2-11-.606)
3: 3B Jim Jaeger (35-R .310-335-17-63-.928) Silver Slugger/2-time All-Star
4: LF Sergio Parra (24-S .286-294-8-44-.848) Rookie
5: RF Al Lawson (33-R .245-151-5-21-.740)
6: 2B Lee Cole (31-L .235-260-2-20-.622)
7: SS Jesus Muniz (28-R .186-242-3-15-.501)
8: C Tommy Robison (29-R .227-97-0-5-.557)
9: P Jim Castles (27-R .107-28-0-1-.281)

PORTLAND
1: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .308-13-0-2-.752) Rookie
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .318-201-1-16-.745)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .266-154-6-20-.699) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .314-328-28-71-1.022) 2 time All-Star (MVP)/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .278-320-26-72-.924)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .276-196-6-27-.773)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .184-38-0-1-.578) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .244-176-1-14-.577)
9: P Frank Flores (23-R .184-38-1-9-.483) Rookie

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 14,921

Top of the First:
Ken Shepherd strikes out! Salvatore Flores lines out to center. Jim Jaeger pops out to right! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:
Larry Ballard walks on 4 pitches. This young man is becoming a favorite quickly! We do not have many players that will take a walk. Jack Hinckley grounds into a 5-4-3 double play.... Fernando Martinez swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left. Glenn Snowden grounds out to 2nd.

Top of the Third:

Tommy Robison lines a hit to center. With 2 outs, Salvatore Flores grounds a hit to right. Jim Jaeger grounds a hit to center and Robison scores. 1 to 0, Missions. A wild pitch moves the runners up. Sergio Parra grounds out to 2nd!

Bottom of the Fourth:
Glenn Snowden and Fernando Mexicano both walk to start the inning off on the right foot. Jim Shippy takes some pitches, too, but his are strikes... Randy Dunaway and Juan Rojas both fly out to left...

Bottom of the Seventh:

With 1 out, Randy Dunaway takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. PH Rick Woodell (31-L) swings at a 3-2 pitch and hits it 437 ft. to straight away center!! 2 to 1, Beavers! Only our 3rd hit of the game.

Top of the Eighth:
Rich Cruz (30-R) is in to play short. Ken Shepherd swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds one to the hole on the left side and Rich Cruz makes a diving stop, but Shepherd has an infield hit. The Bullpen is up. Salvatore Flores hits a home run to right... 3 to 2, Missions.

Lost - 4 to 2

We had 3 whole hits and made no errors
San Antonio had 10 hits and made 1 error

Frank Flores (L 8-6) went 7.2 innings, allowed 3 runs, 8 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 5. He threw a WP.
LHP Roger Lerer faced 1 batter and retired him.
RHP Garry Ayers got 2 outs, allowed 1 run, 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 1.
LHP Chuck Purnell faced 1 batter and gave up a hit.
RHP Jim Kokos faced 1 batter and got him out.

Jim Castles (W 5-7) went 8 innings, gave us 2 runs, 3 hits, 1 home run, 4 walks and struck out 4.
RHP Tim Perry (SV 14) pitched a perfect 9th with 2 strikeouts.

3B Fernando Mexicano had a hit and a walk. PH Rick Woodell hit a 2 run home run, his 4th of the season.

For San Antonio, 1B Salvatore Flores had 3 hits with his 3rd home run of the season and 3 RBI.
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Sunday, July 14, 2002

San Antonio Missions (36-55 .396 27.5 GB in 8th (last) place in the PCL East) at
Portland Beavers (42-49 .462 20.5 GB tied for 5th place in the PCL West)

SA: Tom Hardy (23-R 8-6 4.67) Rookie vs. POR: Duke McKenzie (24-R 0-3 5.13) Rookie

We beat Hardy in San Antonio in April, but only scored 2 runs in 6 innings. Control, is his one issue; he has walked 4.7 per 9 innings. Against our free swingers, that should not hurt him much.

In his last outing, McKenzie pitched 4.2 scoreless innings of relief. In his last start for the Beavers, he allowed 5 hits and 3 runs in 2 IP on June 15.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
SAN ANTONIO
1: CF Ken Shepherd (26-R .246-349-6-36-.663)
2: 2B Lee Cole (31-L .235-264-2-20-.624)
3: 3B Jim Jaeger (35-R .309-340-17-64-.921) Silver Slugger/2-time All-Star
4: LF Sergio Parra (24-S .282-298-8-44-.837) Rookie
5: RF Al Lawson (33-R .245-155-5-21-.734)
6: SS Jesus Muniz (28-R .187-246-3-15-.509)
7: C Tommy Robison (29-R .232-99-0-5-.579)
8: 1B Andy Pineda (27-R .232-138-0-12-.554)
9: P Tom Hardy (23-R .161-31-1-2-.419) Rookie

PORTLAND
1: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .250-16-0-2-.659) Rookie
2: RF Jack Hinckley (26-R .312-205-1-16-.731)
3: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .266-158-6-20-.694) Gold Glove
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .311-331-28-71-1.014) 2 time All-Star (MVP)/Gold Glove
5: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .279-323-26-72-.923)
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .270-200-6-27-.758)
7: 2B Randy Dunaway (26-R .171-41-0-1-.554) Rookie
8: SS Juan Rojas (23-S .242-178-1-14-.571)
9: P Duke McKenzie (24-R .125-8-0-1-.236) Rookie

Game Start: 2:05 PM
Ballpark: Multnomah County Stadium
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 14,242

Top of the First:
Ken Shepherd swings at the first pitch and lines a hit to right. Lee Cole flies out to deep left and Shepherd tags up and heads to 2nd, but Fernando Martinez throws him out! Jim Jaeger swings at a 3-2 pitch and fouls out to the catcher!

Bottom of the First:
Larry Ballard pops out to right. Jack Hinckley strikes out on 3 pitches... Fernando Martinez grounds out to 3rd.

Bottom of the Second:
With 1 out, Fernando Mexicano floats a hit to left center. With 2 outs, Randy Dunaway doubles down the left field line and Mexicano scores and Dunaway ends up on 3rd! 1 to 0, Beavers! Juan Rojas grounds out to 1st, unassisted.

Top of the Third:

With 1 out, Andy Pineda grounds a 3-2 pitch to left for a hit. P Tom Hardy bunts him to 2nd. Ken Shepherd grounds a hit to right and Pineda scores. Tie game: 1 to 1.

Bottom of the Fourth:
Juan Rojas grounds a hit to right. P Duke McKenzie tries to lay down a bunt, but bunts the 0-1 pitch foul. He swings away at the 0-2 pitch and lines a hit to right and Rojas beats the throw to 3rd! Larry Ballard grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6, and Rojas scores. 2 to 1, Beavers. Jack Hinckley lines a double down the left field line and Ballard scores! 3 to 1, Beavers! Hinckley steals 3rd. Fernando Martinez hits a home run to right center!! 5 to 1, Beavers! That sends P Tom Hardy to the showers. New Pitcher: Oscar Williams (32-R) with a 4.06 ERA. He held us scoreless for 1.1 innings on Thursday. He gets Glenn Snowden and Fernando Mexicano out...

Top of the Sixth:

Ken Shepherd leads off with a triple to right center. Lee Cole pops one up to shallow right and everyone stands around waiting to see who will catch it, but no one does and Shepherd scores... 5 to 2, Beavers. The Bullpen is up. Cole steals 2nd. With 2 outs, Al Lawson lines a hit to right and Cole stops at 3rd. Jesus Muniz strikes out on 3 pitches!

Bottom of the Sixth:
With 1 out Randy Dunaway takes a walk. Juan Rojas grounds a hit to right center and Dunaway goes to 3rd. PH Rick Woodell (31-L) swings at the first pitch and flies out to deep left center and Dunaway trots home. 6 to 2, Beavers.

Bottom of the Seventh:
New Pitcher: Preston Rogers (25-R), with a 6.97 ERA in 10.1 IP, in part because he gave us 3 runs in 2 IP on Thursday. Jack Hinckley swings at the first pitch and doubles down the left field line! He hit that one hard! But our 3-4-5 hitters all make outs...

Won - 6 to 2

We had 9 hits and made no errors
San Antonio had 9 hits and made no errors

Duke McKenzie (W 1-3), with his 1st Major League win, went 6 innings, allowed 2 runs, 8 hits, no walks and struck out 5. At bat, he had a hit.
RHP Jim Kokos went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and 1 walk.
RHP Rich Larkin went 1 perfect inning and struck out 2.

Tom Hardy (L 8-7) went 4.1 innings, gave us 5 runs, 6 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 2.

RF Jack Hinckley hit 2 doubles, stole a base, scored a run and had an RBI. LF Fernando Martinez hit his 22nd home run of the season (7 for Portland) and had 2 RBI. 3B Fernando Mexicano had a hit and a walk and scored a run. 2B Randy Dunaway hit a double, drew a walk, scored a run and had an RBI. SS Juan Rojas had 3 hits and scored a run. PH Rick Woodell had a SF.

For San Antonio, CF Ken Shepherd had 3 hits with a triple, scored a run and had an RBI.
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July 15, 2002

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Enrique Ramos, LF, New York (23-L .323/.389/.479) Had 8 hits with 2 3B, 2 HR, 1 BB, 2 SO, 4 R and 8 RBI in 5 G (2nd PoW this season)
PCL Player of the Week - Ken Manning, LF, Kansas City (23-R .287/.358/.466) Had 8 hits with 3 HR, 3 BB, 2 SO, 1 SB, 1 CS, 5 R and 7 RBI in 4 G (2nd career PoW)

(Slash lines are for the season, not the week)

July 8 - San Francisco announced that they had signed reigning MVP LF Dave McDowell (31-R) to a 5 year contract extension that will pay him $2.94 million per season. The final season is a player option.
July 11 - Ben Blachford (26-R) of Minnesota pitched a 3 hit shutout at San Diego. He walked 3 and struck out 2. It is his 3rd shutout of the season. He is now 8-6 with a 3.12 ERA in 20 starts. CF Marco Manga (23-L) had 3 hits with a double and a home run and a walk, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI. The Twins won, 9 to 0.
July 11 - Vinny Martinez (32-L) of Montreal pitched a 3 hit shutout at home versus St. Louis. He walked 3, beaned 1 and struck out 3. It is his 3rd shutout of the season. He is now 6-5 with a 3.21 ERA in 20 starts. The Expos won, 4 to 0.
July 11 - Eliezer Sanchez (27-L) of Toronto pitched a 10 inning shutout at Atlanta. He allowed 4 hits, 2 walks and struck out 4. At bat, he drew a walk. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 3-1 with a 2.87 ERA in 7 starts. The Blue Jays won, 1 to 0.
July 11 - Brooklyn won at Cleveland, 3 to 0, in 16 innings. Cleveland starter Mike Carl (31-R) pitched 9 shutout innings, allowed 5 hits, 3 walks and struck out 5. Dodger starter George Mitchell (22-L) pitched 10.2 shutout innings, allowed 4 hits, 2 walks and struck out 3.
July 12 - Juan Ruvalcaba (29-R) of Chicago pitched a 4 hit shutout at home versus Baltimore . He walked 1 and struck out 4. At bat, he had a hit and an RBI. He is now 5-0 with a 3.23 ERA in 8 starts. The Cubs won, 1 to 0.
July 13 - LF Larry Courson (31-L) of Seattle had 4 hits with a double and a home run, drew a walk, scored 2 runs and had 4 RBI at home versus Sal Lake City, but the Rainiers lost, 15 to 12, in 15 innings. Both teams scored runs in both the 13th and 14th innings.
July 14 - CF Bart Stombaugh (28-L) of Dallas had 3 hits with 2 triples and 2 walks, scored a run and had 6 RBI at home versus Hollywood. 3B Mark Carlson (25-L) had 4 hits with a double and scored 4 runs. RF Bill Wightman (35-L) walked 4 times and scored 4 runs. The Eagles won, 11 to 3.
July 14 - SS Glenn Seyler (29-R) of Kansas City went 3 for 3 with 2 doubles and a triple, drew 2 walks and had 5 RBI at San Francisco. The Royals won, 12 to 4.
July 14 - Dick Paulo (25-R) of Boston pitched a 4 hits shutout at Pittsburgh. He walked 2 and struck out 3. At bat, he went 3 for 3 with a double. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 5-8 with a 4.57 ERA in 18 starts. The Braves won, 2 to 0.

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