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Old 05-16-2019, 02:31 PM   #361
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Saturday, June 1, Year II

June is going to be our month, I can feel in my bones! Either that or it is about to rain....

Portland Beavers (29-22 .569 1 GB in 2nd place in the PCL West) at
San Diego Padres (31-22 .585 in 1st place in the PCL West)

POR: Frank Martin (27-R 6-2 2.76 ERA) vs. SD: Don Polcha (28-R 5-3 4.06)

We scored 8 runs off of Polcha back in April, but 1B Jeff Austin is the only player in the lineup that day who is on the team right now.

Martin allowed 2 runs in 7 innings, but had a no decision last time out. He is 4-0 in his last 6 starts.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .214-56-0-8-.604) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Gordon Saunderson (27-L .308-39-1-7-.836)
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .304-79-2-8-.837) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .224-183-5-20-.652)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .263-95-2-6-.682) Rookie
6: 2B Dave Lesley (27-R .272-103-1-5-.671)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .181-149-4-13-.559) WS MVP
8: C Dennis Webb (26-L .232-69-0-3-.584)
9: P Frank Martin (27-S .000-21-0-0-.087)

SAN DIEGO
1: CF Hal Baumgardner (27-R .291-151-3-14-.782)
2: RF Bob Welch (37-R .274-124-3-23-.810)
3: 2B Roger Rojas (25-R .274-197-4-21-.740)
4: 1B Otis Smith (34-L .254-122-9-26-.931)
5: 3B Mike Fahy (31-L .299-194-3-28-.758) All-Star
6: LF David Shropshire (30-L .212-156-5-17-.623)
7: C John Pauley (25-R .271-59-2-4-.724)
8: SS Lute Campbell (28-R .184-174-2-14-.546)
9: P Don Polcha (28-R .409-22-1-3-1.000)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Jack Murphy Stadium
Weather: 77 F, Clear Skies, with a 9 MPH blowing right to left.
Attendance: 30,344

Top of the First:
Paul Bouvet leads off with a triple to right center! Our team is batting 1.000 for June!!! Gordon Saunderson swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to short and Bouvet scores. 1 to 0, Beavers! Omar Flores grounds out to short. Jeff Austin takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. He steals 2nd. Tony Casarez grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the First:
Hal Baumgardner swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left. Bob Welch flies out to shallow left. Roger Rojas lines one hard and deep to right, but Gordon Saunderson catches it on the warning track! Otis Smith is up. Baumgardner steals 2nd. Otis Smith hits a home run to right center... 2 to 1, Padres. Mike Fahy grounds a hit to right. David Shropshire triples to right and Fahy scores... 3 to 1, Padres. John Pauley takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Lute Campbell grounds out to 3rd.

Top of the Second:
Paul Bouvet leads off with a liner to center for a hit. With 1 out, Omar Flores singles to right and Bouvet makes 3rd without a throw. Jeff Austin up. Flores gets caught stealing... Austin grounds out to 3rd.

Top of the Fifth:
Dennis Webb leads off with a double to right center and P Frank Martin bunts him to 3rd. Paul Bouvet grounds a hit to left and Webb scores! 3 to 2, Padres. Gordon Saunderson grounds into a 4-6-3 double play...

Bottom of the Fifth:
Bob Welch reaches on an error by 3B Omar Flores. Roger Rojas singles to right center and Welch goes to 3rd. The Bullpen is up. Otis Smith is up, he of the home run in the First. Rojas gets caught stealing! Smith pops out to 1st! Mike Fahy takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. David Shropshire grounds out to 2nd!

Bottom of the Seventh:

Hal Baumgardner and Bob Welch lead off with singles... Call to the Bullpen: Lou Hertzberg (30-L). Roger Rojas grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6, and Baumgardner goes to 3rd. Otis Smith swings at a 3-2 pitch and with Rojas on the move, grounds out to 2nd and Baumgardner scores. 4-2, Padres. Mike Fahy grounds out to 1st, 3-1.

Top of the Eighth:
PH Barry Tucker (29-L) leads off with a hit to right and goes to 2nd on a wild pitch. Paul Bouvet grounds out to short. Gordon Saunderson takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Omar Flores flies out to deep center... Jeff Austin pops one into shallow center that drops among the trees and Tucker scores! 4 to 3, Padres. Tony Casarez grounds out to 1st, unassisted....

Top of the Ninth:
With 1 out, Jeff Schottler grounds a hit to center. New Pitcher: Don Hook (31-R). ERA of 1.00. Don Miller (30-L) is in to play right in a double switch. Dennis Webb beats out an infield hit! PH Larry Sinchak (31-R) is sent up with the admonition to do anything, but ground into a double play. He drives one high and deep to right that might be....maybe...is caught on at the wall... Schottler tags up and moves to 3rd. Paul Bouvet is up. He has 3 hits today and what I would not give for a fourth is a very small list.... He lines an 0-1 pitch to left and Schottler scores to tie the game at 4!!!! Gordon Saunderson grounds a hit to center and Webb scores without a throw!!!! 5 to 4, Beavers!!!! Omar Flores beats out an infield hit to load the bases up for our cleanup hitter, Jeff Austin. He swings at the first pitch and flies out to center.

Bottom of the Ninth:
New Pitcher: Don Schmidt (27-R). PH Rick Haynes (35-), Batting .194 in 31 AB is sent up. Last year, he only hit .140, but had 3 HR in 43 AB. He grounds out to 2nd. Hal Baumgardner, who has 3 hits today, is next. He draws a walk... We make a change and send Phil Parker out to catch. Dave Miller grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6. 2 outs. Roger Rojas works the count full. With the runner moving, Rojas lines the payoff pitch to left for a hit and Miller easily makes 3rd. Otis Smith is up.... He strikes out and THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!!!!

Won - 5 to 4

Back in First, Baby!
And all we have to do to stay there is beat Mike Nackley again...

We had 15 hits and made 1 error
San Diego had 11 hits and made no errors

15 hits ties our season high in a 9 inning game!

Frank Martin went 6+ innings, allowed 4 runs, 10 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out no one. 116 pitches. And we still won!
LHP Lou Hertzberg went 1 perfect inning.
RHP Barry Chapman (W 3-2) went 1 scoreless inning, hit a batter and struck one out.
RHP Don Schmidt (SV 7) pitched a scoreless 9th, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 1.

Don Polcha went 8.1 innings, gave us 4 runs, 11 hits, 2 walks and struck out no none. He threw a WP.
RHP Don Hook (L 3-2 BS 3) got 2 outs, gave us 1 run and 4 hits. Both of his losses have been to us!

2B Paul Bouvet had 4 hits with a triple, stole a base, scored a run and had 2 RBI. RF Gordon Saunderson had a hit and a walk and 2 RBI. 3B Omar Flores had 2 hits. 1B Jeff Austin had 2 hits and a walk, stole a base and had an RBI. He passed Eddie Thomas for the team lead in RBI, finally.... C Dennis Webb had 3 hits with a double and scored 2 runs. PH Barry Tucker had a hit and scored a run.

For the Padres, CF Hal Baumgardner had 3 hits and a walk, stole a base and scored 2 runs. 1B Otis Smith hit his 10th home run of the season and had 3 RBI.
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Sunday, June 2, Year II

Portland Beavers (30-22 .577 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Diego Padres (31-23 .574 0 GB in 2nd place in the PCL West)

POR: Lonny Tomski (28-R 1-2 3.57) vs. SD: Mike Nackley (27-L 5-5 3.06) Cy Young

We are 2-0 against Nackley this year. In 4 of his 5 losses, the Padres scored 2 or fewer runs. The lone exception was his last start, when he got roughed up in Denver. But anyone can get roughed up in Denver.

Tomski allowed only 1 run in 7 innings in his last start. These two pitchers matched up on April 17 and we won in extras innings and neither starting pitcher pitched worth a darn. What are the odds that 1) Tomski has 2 good outings in a row and 2) that we can win a game with him starting against Mike Nackley twice in a row?

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .262-61-0-10-.713) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Rollie Ferree (28-R .471-17-0-4-1.232) Rookie
3: 3B Dave Lesley (27-R .271-107-1-5-.665)
4: 1B Larry Sinchak (31-R .250-60-0-4-.580)
5: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .183-153-4-13-.557) WS MVP 5 for 21 with 2 HR vs Nackley
6: C Tod Schreck (31-R .071-14-0-1-.307)
7: SS Eddie Thomas (26-R .180-128-4-21-.538) Gold Glove
8: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .253-99-2-6-.655) Rookie
9: P Lonny Tomski (28-R .286-7-0-0-.571) 1 for 2

SAN DIEGO
1: CF Hal Baumgardner (27-R .303-155-3-14-.802)
2: RF Butch Nelson (26-R .229-105-4-15-.650)
3: 2B Roger Rojas (25-R .277-202-4-21-.741) 5 for 10 with 1 HR vs Tomski
4: 1B Otis Smith (34-L .252-127-10-29-.935) 3 for 6
5: 3B Mike Fahy (31-L .305-197-3-28-.769) All-Star 0 for 7
6: C Lee Dukes (33-R .230-139-2-15-.629)
7: LF David Shropshire (30-L .212-160-5-18-.633) 3 for 6
8: SS Lute Campbell (28-R .180-178-2-14-.535)
9: P Mike Nackley (27-L .000-22-0-0-.043) Cy Young

Game Start: 1:05 PM
Ballpark: Jack Murphy Stadium
Weather: 69 F, Partly Cloudy, with a 10 MPH blowing right to left.
Attendance: 33,983

Top of the First:
Paul Bouvet leads off with a double to right! Rollie Ferree grounds a double over the 3rd base bag and Bouvet scores! 1 to 0, Beavers! Dave Lesley grounds out to short. Full count to Larry Sinchak and he swings and grounds one to short, but 1B Otis Smith drops the throw for an error! Ferree goes to 3rd. Jeff Schottler grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4, and Ferree scores. 2 to 0, Beavers! Tod Schreck works the count full and then grounds out to short.

Bottom of the First:
Hal Baumgardner grounds out to 3rd. Butch Nelson pops out to 2nd. Roger Rojas swings at the first pitch and grounds out to short! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the Second:

With 1 out, Mike Fahy doubles to left center. Lee Dukes takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. David Shropshire swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6, and Fahy goes to 3rd. Lute Campbell, hitting .180, lines a hit to right and Fahy scores. 2 to 1, Beavers. P Mike Nackley takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 to load the bases up... Hal Baumgardner walks to force in a run and tie the game at 2 all... Lonny, Lonny, Lonny.... Another 3-2 pitch to Butch Nelson and he swings and grounds out to 2nd!

Bottom of the Fourth:

With 2 outs, Hall Baumgardner singles and Butch Nelson doubles him home... 3 to 2, Padres. Roger Rojas lines out to left.

Bottom of the Fifth:
We let Lonny Tomski bat last inning....mistake... Otis Smith leads off with a home run to left center... 4 to 2, Padres. The next three make outs, though.

Top of the Sixth:
Rollie Ferree leads off with a double to right! His hitting has been nothing short of extraordinary! Dave Lesley strikes out... Larry Sinchak grounds a single to left and Ferree stops at 3rd. Jeff Schottler flies out to center and Ferree beats the throw home. 4 to 3, Padres. Tod Schreck draws a walk, but Eddie Thomas strikes out looking.

Top of the Eighth:
Larry Sinchak leads off with a single to right and makes it to 2nd when David Shropshire muffs the scoop for an error. Jeff Schottler strikes out... Tod Schreck pops out to 2nd... Eddie Thomas doubles down the left field line to score Sinchak and tie the game at 4!!! Tony Casarez takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Tom Borden, who came in to play right in a double switch earlier, draws a 4 pitch walk to load the bases with 2 outs. Paul Bouvet triples to right center, clearing the bases for 3 runs!!!! 7 to 4, Beavers!!!!

Won - 7 to 4

3-0 versus Nackley this year and 6-1 over the last two!!!
June is OUR month!

We had 11 hits and made no errors
San Diego had 6 hits and made 2 errors

Lonny Tomski went 6 innings, allowed 4 runs, 6 hits, 1 home run, 4 walks and struck out 1.
RHP Jorge Reyna (W 2-2) pitched 1 perfect innings.
RHP Barry Chapman (SV 5) pitched 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 walk and struck out 1.

Mike Nackley (L 5-6) went 8 innings, gave us 7 runs (6 earned), 11 hits, 4 walks and struck out 6.

2B Paul Bouvet had 4 hits for the second day in a row! He had a double and a triple, scored a run and had 3 big, big RBI!!! RF Rollie Ferree hit 2 doubles, scored 2 runs and had an RBI. He is hitting .500!! 10 for 20! PH Jeff Austin had a hit. 1B Larry Sinchak had 2 hits and scored a run. CF Jeff Schottler went 0 for 4, but had 2 RBI. PH/RF Tom Borden drew a walk and scored a run.
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Monday, June 3, Year II

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Tim Kelly, 3B, St. Louis (31-R .315/.407/.543) Had 9 hits with 1 2B, 3 HR, 3 BB, 0 SO, 4 R and 5 RBI in 6 G (5 GS) (2nd PoW this season)
PCL Player of the Week - Randy Schmitt, CF, Kansas City (26-L .337/.376/.587) Had 12 hits with 2 2B, 3 HR, 6 BB, 1 SO, 7 SB, 0 CS, 8 R, 5 RBI in 7 G (6 GS) (2nd PoW of career)

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

May 27 - RF Steve Thwing (30-L) of Dallas had 3 hits with 2 home runs and 6 RBI at home versus Oakland. The Eagles won, 8 to 1.
May 27 - Jerry Ivester (25-R) of Denver pitched a 2 hit shutout at home (at home!) versus San Diego (versus San Diego!). He walked 4 and struck out 4. He is now 5-2 with a 3.71 ERA in 10 starts. The Bears won, 2 to 0.
May 27 - Brooklyn out hit the Tigers, 9 to 2, in Detroit, but lost, 1 to 0.
May 28 - Troy Levine (25-L) of Kansas City pitched a 4 hit shutout at home versus Seattle. He walked 1 and struck out 10. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 5-5 with a 3.92 ERA in 12 starts. The Royals won, 3 to 0.
May 28 - 3B Mike Fahy (31-L) of San Diego had 3 hits with a double and a home run, drew a walk and had 5 RBI at Denver, but the Padres lost, 11 to 8. Al--World Pitcher, Mike Nackley started and lost the game.
May 29 - LF Ed Gladney (32-L) of Kansas City went 3 for 3 with a home run and 5 RBI at home versus Seattle. The Royals won, 8 to 5.
May 30 - Brad Dombeck (32-R) of Philadelphia pitched a 5 hits shutout at Baltimore. He walked 2 and struck out 3. He is 4-4 with a 3.28 ERA in 11 starts. The Phillies won, 1 to 0.
May 31 - LF Tom Rosenthal (24-L) of Pittsburgh had 4 hits with a home run, scored 4 runs and had 4 RBI at Cincinnati in the first game of a double header. The Pirates won, 16 to 4, and had 21 hits. They also won the nightcap, 9 to 4.
May 31 - SS Ben Newman (25-L) of Boston hit a double and a Grand Slam, scored 3 runs and had 6 RBI at New York. The Braves won, 14 to 5.
May 31 - RF Victor Fabela (26-L) of Cleveland hit 2 home runs, including a Grand Slam, and had 6 RBI at home versus St. Louis, but the Indians lost, 9 to 7.
June 2 - Minnesota lost All-Star and Gold Glove CF Mike Francoeur (26-L) for 3 months with a ruptured tendon in his finger. He was hitting .271/.317/.430 with 5 HR in 221 AB and 17 SB.

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Random Fact of Week:
May is over! 13-15. Only once in the whole month did we score more than 5 runs....In our 2nd game in June, we scored 7! Our 2 games in June would have ranked #1 and #3 in hits for May....
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Monday, June 3, Year II

We are in San Francisco to play the Seals a 3 game series. It is the first meeting of the year between the two teams. Last year, we split the season series, 9-9. They just split 4 games in Seattle. The Seals are 7th in the PCL in scoring with 3.89 runs per game (Portland is up to 9th with 3.58). They are 7th in fewest runs allowed with 4.05 per game (Portland is tied for 1st with 3.17).

Portland Beavers (31-22 .585 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Francisco Seals (30-26 .536 2.5 GB in 3rd place in the PCL West)

POR: Don Panighetti (25-L 2-2 2.80) vs. SF: Bill Dixon (34-R 6-1 2.07)

Dixon is their #1 starter and leads the PCL in ERA. We were 1-2 against him last year.

Panighetti is winless in his last 7 starts. He only allowed 1 run in 8 innings his last time out.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: RF Tom Borden (30-L .308-39-0-0-.694) Gold Glove
2: C Dennis Webb (26-L .260-73-0-3-.646)
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .310-84-2-8-.835) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .234-188-5-21-.669)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .245-102-2-6-.643) Rookie
6: 2B Dave Lesley (27-R .259-112-1-5-.636)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .178-157-4-15-.542) WS MVP
8: SS Eddie Thomas (26-R .183-131-4-22-.554) Gold Glove
9: P Don Panighetti (25-R .278-18-0-1-.556)

SAN FRANCISCO
1: CF Dan Fortino (25-R .424-66-2-9-1.106) Rookie #47 prospect MVP Texas League
2: SS Javy Vasquez (22-R .237-190-2-19-.662)
3: RF Gary Halbert (29-R .226-195-5-25-.698)
4: 1B Sandy Mojica (25-R .193-57-1-5-.539) Rookie #72 prospect
5: LF Ron Chestnut (31-L .265-196-4-28-.750)
6: C Chip Carpenter (29-R .201-164-5-18-.614)
7: 2B Bill Griffin (23-S .296-115-1-13-.773) Rookie
8: 3B Bill Brown (29-R .203-64-0-2-.490) Rookie minor league free agent
9: P Bill Dixon (34-R .083-24-0-0-.167)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Candlestick Park
Weather: 69 F, Clear Skies, with a 19 MPH blowing right to left.
Attendance: 30,597

Top of the First:

Tom Borden grounds out to 1st, 3-1. Dennis Webb strikes out. Omar Flores grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the First:
Dan Fortino, off to an unbelievable start since being called up, flies out to right. Javy Vasquez grounds a hit to left. Gary Halbert grounds one up the middle that looks like a sure hit, but Dave Lesley stops it and throws him out at 1st! Vasquez goes to 2nd. Sandy Mojica grounds out to short!

Top of the Fourth:
With 1 out, Omar Flores just misses a home run my a foot or two, knocking the ball off the top of the right center field wall! But he does NOT miss a home run after all, as he circles the bases and is safe at home with an inside-the-parker!!! 1 to 0, Beavers!

Bottom of the Fourth:
Sandy Mojica leads off with a home run to right center... Tie game: 1 apiece.

Top of the Ninth:
PH Paul Bouvet (26-R) is sent up to hit for pitcher Don Panighetti, who has pitched another great game, but will not get a win unless we can score right now. Bouvet grounds out to short. New pitcher: Joe Adcock (29-6), their closer. He led the PCL in saves last year, but had 10 losses. 16 SV and 6 losses already this year. PH Rollie Ferree (28-R) swings at a 3-2 pitch and strikes out. Dennis Webb grounds out to 1st, unassisted.

Bottom of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Jorge Reyna (32-R). Rollie Ferree stays in to play right. Sandy Mojica drives one into the left field corner for a double, but tries to make it a tripe and Tony Casarez throws him out! Ron Chestnut grounds a hit up the middle... PH Dennis Williamson (33-L) is announced. He is batting .364 with 2 HR in 33 AB. Call to the Bullpen: Mitch Dowdell (25-L). Williamson grounds into a 4-6-3 double play!

Extras!

The third time in five games....our Bullpen is thin...

Top of the Tenth:

We go down in order.

Bottom of the Tenth:

With 1 out, Bill Brown singles to right. PH Marcos Brown (33-R), their normal starter at 1st, batting .291 with 6 HR and an .814 OPS, swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left... Dan Fortino strikes out! Javy Vasquez swings at the first pitch and flies out to left!

Top of the Eleventh:

New Pitcher: Frank Esparza (33-R). 5-0 with 2 SV and a 1.32 ERA in 27.1 IP. WHIP if 0.73. He was the Padres closer last year. Dave Lesley takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Jeff Schottler grounds into a force at 2nd, 1-6. Eddie Thomas grounds out to 2nd and Schottler goes to 2nd. PH Gordon Saunderson (27-L) is walked intentionally. PH Barry Tucker (29-L) swings at a 2-2 pitch and hits a home run to right center!!!!! 4 to 1, Beavers!!! Dennis Webb grounds out to the pitcher.

Bottom of the Eleventh:

New Pitcher: Lou Hertzberg (30-L). Barry Tucker stays in to play right. 3-4-5 hitters up. 1-2-3 they go down and THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!

Won - 4 to 1 in 11 innings

We had 4 whole hits and made no errors
San Francisco had 9 hits and made no errors

Don Panighetti went 8 innings, allowed 1 run, 5 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks and struck out 3.
RHP Jorge Reyna faced 2 batters, got 1 out, but gave up 2 hits.
LHP Mitch Dowdell (W 1-1) went 1.2 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits and struck out 1.
LHP Lou Hertzberg (SV 2) pitched 1 perfect inning with 1 strikeout.

Bill Dixon went 8.1 innings, gave us 1 run, 3 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out 7. At bat, he had a hit.
RHP Frank Esparza (L 5-1) went 1 innings, gave us 3 runs, 1 hit, a home run and 2 walks.

PH/RF Barry Tucker hit a 3 run home run to give us the lead. 3B Omar Flores hit an inside-the-park home run. 2B Dave Lesley hit a double and drew a walk. PH Gordon Saunderson was walked intentionally and scored a run.
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Tuesday, June 4, Year II

Portland Beavers (32-22 .593 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Francisco Seals (30-27 .526 3.5 GB in 3rd place in the PCL West)

POR: Dave Shoemake (27-R Season debut) Rookie vs. SF: A.J. Yates (26-R 5-3 3.51)

Yates was the #13 prospect in Baseball before his rookie season last year. We were 2-0 against him in Year I. He is pitching on short rest.

Shoemake is making his Beaver debut. He was 2-1 in 6 starts for Vancouver (AAA) with a 2.45 ERA.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .299-67-0-13-.809) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Tom Borden (30-L .310-42-0-0-.693) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .307-88-3-9-.854) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .229-192-5-21-.656)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .236-106-2-6-.620) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .261-115-1-5-.651)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .174-161-4-15-.529) WS MVP
8: C Dennis Webb (26-L .244-78-0-3-.606)
9: P Dave Shoemake (27-R Season debut) Rookie

SAN FRANCISCO
1: CF Dan Fortino (25-R .400-70-2-9-1.053) Rookie
2: LF Ron Chestnut (31-L .270-200-4-28-.762)
3: RF Gary Halbert (29-R .220-200-5-25-.682)
4: 1B Marcos Barron (33-R .295-166-6-25-.821)
5: 2B Clint Graham (29-R .218-119-1-8-.571)
6: SS Javy Vasquez (22-R .236-195-2-19-.656)
7: 3B Bill Giffin (23-S .291-117-1-13-.760) Rookie
8: C Chip Carpenter (29-R .204-167-5-18-.615)
9: P A.J. Yates (26-R .269-26-1-1-.731)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Candlestick Park
Weather: 74 F, Clear Skies, with a 12 MPH blowing out to center.
Attendance: 30,086

Top of the First:
Paul Bouvet grounds out to short. Tom Borden swings at a 3-2 pitch and doubles to right center. Omar Flores draws a walk. Jeff Austin draws a 4 pitch walk to load the bases up. Tony Casarez strikes out... Dave Lesley fouls out to 1st....

Bottom of the First:

Dan Fortino pops out to short. Ron Chestnut swings at the first pitch and flares a hit to left center. Gary Halbert grounds into a 5-4-3 double play!

Bottom of the Second:
Marcos Barron leads off with a double to right center. With 1 out, Javy Vasquez singles to right center. Bill Griffin lines out to right and Tom Borden doubles Marcos Barron off 3rd!!

Top of the Ninth:
Still no score... New Pitcher: Jesse Adcock (29-L), their closer, who shut us out for 1.2 innings yesterday. Dave Lesley swings at the first pitch and hits one off the top of the wall in right center for a triple! They walk Jeff Schottler intentionally. PH Larry Sinchak (31-R) grounds a hit through the drawn in fielders on the left side and Lesley scores! 1 to 0, Beavers! P David Shoemake is allowed to hit, but pops out to the pitcher on a bunt attempt. Paul Bouvet strikes out... PH Rollie Ferree (28-R) pops out to 2nd...

Bottom of the Ninth:

Larry Sinchak stays in the game to play 3rd and Rollie Ferree is in right. 2-3-4 hitters up for the Seals. Ron Chestnut grounds out to the pitcher. Gary Halbert swings at the first pitch and pops out to 3rd. Marcos Barron swings at a 2-2 pitch and lines one hard to right, but Rollie Ferree snags it and THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!!!

Won - 1 to 0

Our 3rd shutout of the season. 2 have been by peripheral pitchers! Larry Smith being the other. Don Panighetti is the only permanent member of the rotation to toss one.

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

Dave Shoemake (W 1-0) went 9 shutout innings (CG), allowed 6 hits, 1 walk and struck out 1.

A.J. Yates went 5 shutout innings, gave us 3 hits, 3 walks, 1 HB and struck out 2.
LHP Jesse Adcock (L 3-7) went 1 inning, gave us 1 run, 2 hits, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 1.

RF Tom Borden hit a double. SS Dave Lesley hit a triple and scored the only run of the game. PH/3B Larry Sinchak had a hit and knocked in the only run of the game.
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Year II Draft Order

Round One
1: Washington
2: Houston
3: Baltimore
4: Oakland
5: Seattle
6: Detroit
7: New York
8: Minnesota
9: Dallas (for unsigned pick)
10: Cincinnati
11: San Diego
12: Los Angeles
13: Cleveland
14: Los Angeles (from Brooklyn)
15: San Francisco
16: Denver
17: Chicago
18: New York (from Milwaukee)
19: Pittsburgh
20: St. Louis
21: Kansas City
22: Dallas
23: Cleveland (from Philadelphia via Boston)
24: Boston
25: Portland

Supplemental Round One

1: Baltimore
2: St. Louis (from New York)
3: Cincinnati
4: Los Angeles
5: Cleveland
6: Pittsburgh
7: St. Louis
8: Boston
9: Washington
10: Houston
11: Seattle
12: Cincinnati (from Detroit)
13: Baltimore (from New York)
14: Cincinnati
15: Cleveland
16: San Francisco
17: Denver
18: Chicago
19: Milwaukee
20: Kansas City
21: Dallas
22: Philadelphia
23: Washington
24: Detroit
25: New York
26: Cleveland
27: Philadelphia
28: Detroit
29: New York
30: New York

Round Two

1: Washington
2: Houston
3: Baltimore
4: Pittsburgh (from Oakland)
5: Seattle
6: Detroit
7: New York
8: Minnesota
9: Cincinnati
10: San Diego
11: Los Angeles
12: Cleveland
13: Philadelphia (for unsigned pick)
14: Brooklyn
15: San Francisco
16: Denver
17: Chicago
18: Milwaukee
19: Pittsburgh (for unsigned pick)
20: Pittsburgh
21: Kansas City (for unsigned pick)
22: St. Louis
23: Kansas City
24: Dallas
25: Philadelphia
26: Boston
27: Portland

Round Three

1: Washington
2: Houston
3: Baltimore
4: Oakland
5: Seattle
6: Detroit
7: New York
8: Minnesota
9: Cincinnati
10: San Diego
11: Los Angeles
12: Cleveland
13: Brooklyn
14: San Francisco
15: Denver
16: Chicago
17: Milwaukee
18: Pittsburgh
19: St. Louis
20: Kansas City
21: Dallas
22: Philadelphia
23: Boston
24: Portland
25: Los Angeles (for unsigned pick)

Rounds Four to Forty
1: Washington
2: Houston
3: Baltimore
4: Oakland
5: Seattle
6: Detroit
7: New York
8: Minnesota
9: Cincinnati
10: San Diego
11: Los Angeles
12: Cleveland
13: Brooklyn
14: San Francisco
15: Denver
16: Chicago
17: Milwaukee
18: Pittsburgh
19: St. Louis
20: Kansas City
21: Dallas
22: Philadelphia
23: Boston
24: Portland
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Wednesday, June 5, Year II

We had to pick last in every round.

First Round Selections:
1: Washington: RF Jeff Steam (22-L) from the University of Central Florida
2: Houston: SP Steve Schantz (18-L) from Hayes HS in Birmingham, Alabama
3: Baltimore: CF Eric Pugh (22-L) from Seton Hall University
4: Oakland: SS Don Rickett (22-R) from the University of California, Los Angeles
5: Seattle: SS Jerry Redifer (22-R) from Rice University
6: Detroit: SS Steve Wulff (21-R) from Bryant University
7: New York: 2B Randy Barnes (21-R) from the University of Texas
8: Minnesota: 3B Mike Jones (21-L) from the University of Arizona
9: Dallas: 1B Steve O'Dell (20-L) from Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove, Illinois
10: Cincinnati: CF Paul Butterfield (21-R) from Rice University
11: San Diego: SP Glenn Barbra (21-L) from Texas State University
12: Los Angeles: CF Dan Rider (21-L) from the University of Oklahoma
13: Cleveland: CF Jake Nichols (18-R) from Southwest Missouri HomeSchool in Springfield, Missouri
14: Los Angeles: RP Dave Salvo (21-R) from the University of Mississippi
15: San Francisco: RP Tom Rider (21-L) from Northeastern University
16: Denver: RP Mickey Horace (20-R) from the University of Arizona
17: Chicago: SP Rick Crawford (18-R) from Eastmoor Academy in Columbus, Ohio
18: New York: SP Johnny Rhodes (18-L) from Madison HS in Rexburg, Idaho
19: Pittsburgh: RP Mark Proctor (22-R) from Bowling Green State University
20: St. Louis: RP Joe Blacklidge (20-R) from St. John's University
21: Kansas City: SP George Addison (18-R) from Catholic Central HS in Grand Rapids, Michigan
22: Dallas: CF Don Killeen (21-L) from Oregon State University
23: Cleveland: 3B Larry Russell (18-R) from Saguaro HS in Scottsdale, Arizona
24: Boston: SP Edgar Abelaira (21-R) from Arizona State University
25: Portland: C Jeff Cozart (21-R) from Mississippi State University

The rest of Portland's picks:
2: SP Bruce Wright (18-R) from Antelope Valley HS in Lancaster, California
3: SP Tom Martin (21-R) from Fresno State University
4: SP Lee Harmon (21-R) from the University of Central Florida
5: CF Scott Patrick (18-L) from Fairfield HS in Illinois
6: C Bob Burkhart (18-R) from Helix HS in La Mesa, California
7: CF Dave Turner (21-L) from the University of California, Los Angeles
8: CF Bill Sharp (20-R) from Clemson University
9: SS Jerry Brown (21-L) from the University of Maryland
10: CF Bob Ward (18-R) from All Saints' Academy in Winter Haven, Florida
11: SS John Giordano (18-R) from Walpole HS in Massachusetts
12: SS Ed Mead (18-L) from Friends Seminary in New York City
13: CF Leon Elijah (19-R) from Greenville HS in Alabama
14: RF Ed Sutherland (21-R) from the University of Southern Mississippi
15: C Dave Arthur (18-R) from La Quinta HS in California
16: SS Gerry Oleson (21-R) from Milwaukee Area Technical College
17: CF Rich Laskowski (17-L) from Putnam HS in Milwaukie, Oregon
18: C Bob Roberts (21-R) from Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Chandler, Arizona
19: CF Mike Danielson (21-R) from North Carolina State University
20: SS Bill DeWees (18-R) from Steinert HS in Hamilton, New Jersey
21: 3B Terry Haymaker (21-L) from the University of Alabama
22: C Dave Munroe (18-R) from Hubbard HS in Texas
23: CF Bud Dwyer (21-R) from Texas Christian University
24: C Miguel Gomez (21-R) from Louisiana State University
25: CF Dennis Hubbs (17-L) from Hyndman HS in Pennsylvania
26: SS Ray Chadwell (17-L) from Belle Vernon HS in Pennsylvania
27: SP Rich Moore (19-L) from Abbotsford HS in Wisconsin
28: SP Rick Rose (21-R) from Roger Williams University
29: SP Dennis Ricketts (21-R) from the University of Mississippi
30: SP John Brubaker (18-R) from the Dalton School in New York City
31: SP Carlos Ballesteros (21-R) from the Georgia Institute of Technology
32: SP Jay Bode (21-R) from Houston Baptist University
33: CF Art Lacey (18-L) from Hillside HS in Durham, North Carolina
34: SP Jim Ford (17-R) from Christopher Columbus HS in Miami, Florida
35: LF Hilton Spaulding (22-R) from Florida State University
36: CF Roger Loera (18-R) from Keyser HS in West Virginia
37: C Pete Holmblad (21-S) from Stanford University
38: CF Bob King (19-L) from Bowling Green State University
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Are you really a switch-hitter, if you never get a hit?

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Bottom of the Eleventh:[/B]
New Pitcher: Barry Chapman (27-R). Larry Sinchak stays in to play 3rd, Rollie Ferree is in center and Woody Griesbach is in right. Jim Bakutis leads off with a 4 pitch walk... Steve DeMuro doubles to the right field corner and Bakutis scores from 1st... Editor's note: DeMuro should have been credited with a triple...

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Wednesday, June 5, Year II

Portland Beavers (33-22 .600 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Francisco Seals (30-28 .517 4.5 GB in 3rd place in the PCL West)

POR: Angel Gaspar (23-R 1-2 4.37) Rookie vs. SF: Brad Simpson (35-R 7-2 3.01)

We were 2-2 against Simpson last year, but he pitched well in every game and shut us out once on 4 hits. He is pitching on short rest.

Gaspar has not won in 5 starts and gave up 5 runs in 4 innings the last time out.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .292-72-0-13-.783) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Tom Borden (30-L .304-46-0-0-.699) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .308-91-3-9-.855) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .227-194-5-21-.656)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .227-110-2-6-.598) Rookie
6: C Dennis Webb (26-L .250-80-0-3-.624)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .171-164-4-15-.524) WS MVP
8: SS Eddie Thomas (26-R .178-135-4-22-.538) Gold Glove
9: P Angel Gaspar (23-R .000-10-0-0-.000) Rookie

SAN FRANCISCO
1: CF Dan Fortino (25-R .378-74-2-9-.999) Rookie
2: LF Dennis Williamson (33-L .371-35-2-4-1.048)
3: 1B Marcos Barron (33-R .294-170-6-25-.819)
4: SS Javy Vasquez (22-R .242-198-2-19-.665)
5: 2B Clint Graham (29-R .215-121-1-8-.567)
6: RF Ron Chestnut (31-L .270-204-4-28-.757)
7: 3B Bill Giffin (23-S .283-120-1-13-.742) Rookie
8: C Sterling Baney (28-R .286-35-0-6-.689)
9: P Brad Simpson (35-R .120-25-0-3-.240)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Candlestick Park
Weather: 65 F, Partly Cloudy, with a 10 MPH blowing left to right.
Attendance: 29,545

Top of the First:

Paul Bouvet leads off with a triple to the right field corner! Tom Borden swings at a 3-2 pitch and flies out to shallow left and Bouvet has to hold... Omar Flores grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and Bouvet holds.... Jeff Austin grounds out to short.....

Bottom of the First:
Dan Fortino flies out to left. Dennis Williamson lines a hit to left. Marcos Barron swings at a 3-0 pitch and pops out to short. Javy Vasquez up and Williamson steals 2nd. Vasquez strikes out!

Top of the Fourth:
Tom Borden leads off by taking a walk from a full count. Omar Flores lines a hit to left. Jeff Austin hits a home run to left center!!! 3 to 0, Beavers!

Top of the Sixth:
New Pitcher: Paul Hawkins (35-L). He was Washington's closer last year. Tony Casarez leads off with a double to left. PH Tod Schreck (31-R) grounds out to short. They walk Jeff Schottler intentionally. Eddie Thomas lines a hit to left and Casarez scores! 4 to 0, Beavers!

Bottom of the Eighth:

With 1 out, PH Dave DiMeglio (29-L) hits a home run to right. 4 to 1, Beavers. The Bullpen is stirred up. With 2 outs, Dan Fortino takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Dennis Williams doubles to right and Fortino scores. 4 to 2, Beavers. Call to the Bullpen: Don Schmidt (27-R). Marcos Barron strikes out!

Bottom of the Ninth:

Barry Tucker (29-L) is in to play right. With 1 out, Clint Graham singles to center. Ron Chestnut flies out to center. Bill Giffin squibs one in front of the plate and C Tod Schreck throws him out at 1st and THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!

Won - 4 to 2

Sweep!

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

Angel Gaspar (W 2-2) went 7.2 innings, allowed 2 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, 4 walks and struck out 6. At bat, he had a hit.
RHP Don Schmidt (SV 8) went 1.1 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 1.

Brad Simpson (L 7-3) went 5 innings, gave us 3 runs, 7 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 2.

2B Paul Bouvet led off the game with a triple, but did not score. 3B Omar Flores had 2 hits and scored a run. PH/3B Larry Sinchak hit a double and drew a walk. 1B Jeff Austin hit his 6th home run of the season and had 3 RBI. LF Tony Casarez hit a double and scored a run. SS Eddie Thomas had 2 hits and a walk, stole a base and had an RBI.
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Thursday, June 6, Year II

We signed our 1st round pick, C Jeff Cozart (21-R), today for a bonus of $60,000. He will start his professional career at Salem of the Northwest League (D).

We also got a trade offer from the New York Giants, who want Lonny Tomski (28-R). They only offered us a 34 year old relief pitcher, so we declined.

We are in Seattle to play a 4 game series through the weekend. Seattle just swept the Angels in 3 games here and have won 5 in a row. This is our first meeting of the season. Last year, we won the season series, 11-7. They are 6th in the PCL in scoring with 4.09 runs per game (Portland is 9th with 3.55). They lead the PCL in HR with 62 in 57 games. Of course, their home park, the Kingdome, greatly facilitates home runs. They have hit 41 at home and 21 on the road. They are dead last in fewest runs allowed with 4.82 per game (Portland is #1 with 3.05).

Portland Beavers (34-22 .607 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Seattle Rainiers (22-35 .386 12.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Frank Martin (27-R 6-2 3.00) vs. SEA: Ken Morrison (28-R 1-1 9.64)

Morrison was 1-0 in 3 starts against us last year, though we won both of his no decisions. He was 5-6 with a 4.26 ERA last year in 14 starts. He is pitching on short rest.

Martin gave up 10 hits and 4 ins in 6 innings in his last start, a no decision. He has not lost a game since April.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .286-77-0-13-.785) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: LF Tom Borden (30-L .313-48-0-0-.722) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .319-94-3-9-.869) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .226-199-6-24-.665)
5: RF Gordon Saunderson (27-L .289-45-1-9-.796)
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .261-119-1-5-.663)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .169-166-4-15-.526) WS MVP
8: C Dennis Webb (26-L .256-82-0-3-.633)
9: P Frank Martin (27-S .000-22-0-0-.083)

SEATTLE
1: 2B Bob Dillon (27-R .186-70-1-8-.515)
2: LF John Haynes (30-L .264-53-0-7-.646)
3: RF Mark Fenik (27-R .243-177-9-21-.769)
4: CF Randy Hobson (26-L .302-192-5-20-.807)
5: SS Paul Blaine (24-R .238-210-11-32-.708)
6: 3B Terry Singer (33-R .223-179-2-16-.654)
7: 1B Joe Wasserman (29-R .188-80-1-6-.486)
8: C Ken Murray (32-R .265-147-6-17-.788) Signed as a minor league free agent from Cleveland
9: P Ken Morrison (28-R .143-7-0-0-.286)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: The Kingdome
Weather: Indoors
Attendance: 16,491

Top of the First:

Paul Bouvet swings at the first pitch and lines out to left. Tom Borden swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 1st, unassisted. Omar Flores lines one hard, but CF Randy Hobson catches it.

Bottom of the First:

Bob Dillon grounds a hit to right. John Haynes grounds a hit past SS Dave Lesley... Mark Fenik swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds into a 6-4-3 double play! Randy Hobson flies out to right!

Bottom of the Second:
With 1 out, Terry Singer grounds a hit to right and scores on a double to left by Joe Wasserman... 1 to 0, Seattle. Ken Murray also doubles to left, scoring Wasserman... 2 to 0, Seattle. P Ken Morrison swings at a 1-2 pitch and grounds a hit to left, scoring Murray.... 3 to 0, Seattle. The Bullpen is up. They have 6 hits already and we have none... Bob Dillon lines out to center. John Haynes fouls out to the catcher.

Bottom of the Third:
Mark Fenik leads off with a grounder to left for a hit. The Bullpen is back up. Randy Hobson doubles to center... Paul Blaine grounds out to 3rd and the runners hold. Terry Singer grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and Fenik scores. 4 to 0, Seattle. Joe Wasserman draws a walk. Ken Murray swings at a 3-2 pitch and strikes out.

Top of the Fourth:

Jeff Austin leads off with a liner to center for a hit, our first of the game. With 1 out, Dave Lesley grounds a hit past the shortstop. With 2 outs, Dennis Webb grounds a hit to right and Austin beats the throw to the plate. 4 to 1, Seattle. PH Tony Casarez (20-L) lines out to 1st.

Top of the Fifth:
Paul Bouvet leads off with a home run to left, his first as a Beaver. 4 to 2, Seattle.

Top of the Sixth:

New Pitcher: Hank Schneider (30-R). 1-1 with a 3.50 ERA. Monte Rodgers (26-R) is in to play short in a double switch. Gordon Saunderson lines a hit to right. Dave Lesley grounds a double play ball to short, but Monte Rodgers, fresh off the bench, makes a bad throw to 2nd for an error! Jeff Schottler flies out to left and Saunderson tags up and beats the throw to 3rd. Is Schottler ever going to start hitting? We already sent him to AAA and he knocked the cover off the ball down there, but since coming back, he is 5 for 32 (.156), worse than he was before we sent him down... He is 0 for his last 16. Dennis Webb lines out to center and Saunderson scores. 4 to 3, Seattle. PH Barry Tucker (29-L) dumps a hit into right and Lesley goes to 3rd without a throw. Paul Bouvet up and Tucker steals 2nd. I thought they'd walk Bouvet then, but they don't and he flies out to left...

Top of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Darryl Haynes (34-L). 3.38 ERA. Their closer is out for a dew days with a sore elbow. Top of our order is up. Paul Bouvet takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. PH Rollie Ferree (28-R) bunts Bouvet to 2nd. I wish I could know that a bunt was for certain. I just wasted my best hitter left on the bench... PH Eddie Thomas (26-R) strikes out.... Jeff Austin grounds out to first, unassisted....

Lost - 4 to 3

We had 6 hits and made no errors
Seattle had 10 hits and made 1 error

Frank Martin (L 6-3) went 3 innings, allowed 4 runs, 8 hits, 1 walk and struck out 1.
RHP Jorge Reyna went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 2.
RHP Barry Chapman went 2 perfect innings and struck out 3.
LHP Mitch Dowdell went 1 scoreless inning and allowed 1 hit. He balked.

Ken Morrison (W 2-1) went 5 innings, gave us 2 runs, 4 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks and struck out 3. At bat, he had a hit and an RBI.
LHP Darryl Haynes (SV 3) pitched a scoreless 9th, gave us 1 walk and struck out 1.

2B Paul Bouvet hit his first home run as a Beaver, drew 2 walks and stole a base. RF Gordon Saunderson had a hit and 2 walks and scored a run. C Dennis Webb had a hit and a walk and 2 RBI. PH Barry Tucker had a hit and stole a base.

For Seattle, CF Randy Hobson had 3 hits with a double and stole 2 bases.
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Friday, June 7, Year II

P Bob Grigg (24-R) was activated from the Disabled List and Lonny Tomski (28-R) was sent back to Vancouver (AAA). I am sure that we have not seen the last of Lonny, though.

We signed our 2nd round pick, SP Brice Wright (18-R), today for a bonus of $37,000. He will start his professional career at Helena of the Pioneer League (R).

Portland Beavers (34-23 .596 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Seattle Rainiers (23-35 .397 11.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Bob Grigg (24-R 0-0 2.08) Rookie vs. SEA: Javier Vargas (26-R 2-2 2.70) Rookie

Vargas has had 6 Quality Starts in 6 tries as a Major Leaguer. He has not allowed a home run in 40 IP. We have never faced him.

Grigg has not pitched since May 10. He will be forgiven for being rusty today.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .287-80-1-14-.832) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Tom Borden (30-L .294-51-0-0-.693) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .306-98-3-9-.835) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .225-204-6-24-.658)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .226-115-2-6-.599) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .262-122-1-5-.668)
7: CF Barry Tucker (29-L .290-31-2-5-.920)
8: C Dennis Webb (26-L .262-84-0-5-.645)
9: P Bob Grigg (24-R .000-3-0-0-.250)

SEATTLE
1: 2B Bob Dillon (27-R .189-74-1-8-.514)
2: CF Jim Perkins (26-L .208-178-7-20-.645)
3: RF Mark Fenik (27-R .243-181-9-21-.763)
4: 1B Jim Rier (27-L .294-143-9-30-.875)
5: SS Paul Blaine (24-R .234-214-11-32-.694)
6: LF Pedro de Jesus (26-L .209-86-2-12-.591) Trade from San Diego
7: 3B Terry Singer (33-R .225-182-2-17-.654)
8: C Ken Murray (32-R .265-150-6-18-.792)
9: P Javier Vargas (26-L .083-12-0-1-.250) Minor league free agent from Boston

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: The Kingdome
Weather: Indoors
Attendance: 18,602

Top of the First:

Paul Bouvet lines a hit to center. Tom Borden up and Bouvet steals 2nd on the first pitch. Borden lines a 2-0 pitch to right for a hit and Bouvet moves to 3rd. Omar Flores swings at a 1-2 pitch and lines one deep to left....and over the fence!! Home run!! 3 to 0, Beavers! Jeff Austin flares a 3-2 pitch into right for a hit. Tony Casarez up. A wild pitch sends Austin to 2nd. Casarez grounds out hard to 1st, unassisted, and Austin moves to 3rd. Dave Lesley pops out to 2nd. 2 outs. Barry Tucker beats out an infield hit and Austin scores! 4 to 0, Beavers! Dennis Webb lines out to 1st.

Bottom of the First:

Bob Dillon squibs one in front of the plate and C Dennis Webb throws him out. Jim Perkins grounds out to 2nd. Mark Fenik grounds out to 3rd! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the Fourth:

With 1 out, Jim Perkins gets their first hit of the game, a double to center, but nothing comes of it.

Top of the Fifth:

Tony Casarez leads off by taking a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Dave Lesley bunts him to 2nd.... With a 4 run lead?? Barry Tucker singles to right, but hits it too hard for Casarez to score from 2nd.. Dennis Webb up and P Javier Vargas tries to pick Tucker off at 1st, but throws the ball away for an error and Casarez scores. 5 to 0, Beavers! With 2 outs, P Bob Grigg grounds one to short, but Paul Blaine throws the ball away at 1st for a 2 base error and Tucker scores! 6 to 0, Beavers! Blaine would never be my shortstop, no matter how many home runs he hits... Paul Bouvet swings at a 3-2 pitch and homers to left! 8 to 0, Beavers! That sends Vargas to the showers and ends our fun.

Won - 10 to 1

The first time we have reached double figures this season!

We had 19 hits and made 1 error
Seattle had 5 hits and made 3 errors

A new team record for hits in a 9 inning game and a season high for any game!

Bob Grigg (W 1-0) went 8.1 innings, allowed 1 run, 5 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out 3. At bat, he had a hit and scored a run.
LHP Lou Hertzberg faced 2 batters and got them both out.

Javier Vargas (L 2-3) went 4.2 innings, gave us 8 runs (5 earned), 12 hits, 2 home runs, 1 walk and struck out no one.

2B Paul Bouvet had 2 hits with his 2nd home run, stole a base, scored 2 runs and had 2 RBI. 3B Omar Flores went 3 for 3 with his 4th home run and 3 RBI. PH/3B Larry Sinchak had a hit. 1B Jeff Austin had 2 hits with his 7th home run of the year and scored 2 runs. LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits with a double and a walk and scored 2 runs. SS Dave Lesley had 2 hits and a walk. CF Barry Tucker went 3 for 3, scored a run and had an RBI. PH/CF Jeff Schottler had a hit. PH/C Tod Schreck had a hit and an RBI.
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Saturday, June 8, Year II

We signed our 4th round pick, SP Lee Harmon (21-R), today for a bonus of $18,000. He will start his professional career at Salem of the Northwest League (D).

Portland Beavers (35-23 .603 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Seattle Rainiers (23-36 .390 12.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Don Panighetti (25-L 2-2 2.61) All-Star vs. SEA: Dennis Simoneaux (28-R 5-7 4.48)

Simoneaux is their #1 starter. We faced him once last season and scored 4 runs in 5 innings and won the game in 11. His numbers look a lot better than a 4.48 ERA. 76.1 IP 73 H 2 HR 25 BB 39 SO.

Panighetti has not won a game in his last 8 starts, even though he only allowed 1 run in 8 innings in each of his last two. He seems to be a bit prone to the long ball, though, and this is the place to show up that weakness.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .291-86-2-16-.856) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Tom Borden (30-L .296-54-0-0-.692) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .327-101-4-12-.897) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .229-210-7-25-.673)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .233-120-2-6-.620) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .272-125-1-5-.689)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .169-172-4-15-.520) WS MVP
8: C Dennis Webb (26-L .253-87-0-5-.624)
9: P Don Panighetti (25-R .250-20-0-1-.500) All-Star

SEATTLE
1: 2B Joe Wasserman (29-R .193-83-1-7-.513)
2: LF Randy Hobson (26-L .311-196-5-20-.826)
3: 1B Miguel Favela (30-R .291-55-2-4-.806)
4: RF Mark Fenik (27-R .243-185-9-21-.757)
5: SS Paul Blaine (24-R .235-217-11-32-.694)
6: CF Jim Perkins (26-L .214-182-8-21-.674)
7: 3B Terry Singer (33-R .222-185-2-17-.645)
8: C Oscar Reynoso (27-R .255-51-4-13-.865) Rookie
9: P Dennis Simoneaux (28-R .143-21-1-1-.429)

Game Start: 1:05 PM
Ballpark: The Kingdome
Weather: Indoors
Attendance: 21,610

Top of the First:

Paul Bouvet grounds out to 3rd. Tom Borden grounds out to 2nd. Omar Flores grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the First:
Joe Wasserman takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4... Randy Hobson grounds into a force at 2nd, 1-4. Miguel Favela grounds into a 6-4-3 double play!

Top of the Second:

Jeff Austin leads off with a home run to left! 1 to 0, Beavers! Austin's 3rd home run in the last 4 games! With 2 outs, Jeff Schottler is up. He is the only player in our lineup who has faced Simoneaux before today, going 1 for 2. He triples to left center! Dennis Webb grounds a hit up the middle and Schottler scores! 2 to 0, Beavers! P Don Panighetti strikes out.

Through five innings, they have had 3 base runners, but have left none on base. We have turned two double plays and P Don Panighetti picked a runner off at 1st.

Bottom of the Sixth:

With 1 out, Oscar Reynoso grounds a single to right, their first hit of the game. PH Randy Dengler (30-L) lines out hard to center. Joe Wasserman grounds a hit to left and we get the Bullpen going. Randy Hobson strikes out!

Top of the Seventh:

New Pitcher: Mike Aaberg (24-R), making his Major League debut. He was acquired Thursday in a trade with the Phillies. The scouts think a lot of him, though he is making the jump to the Majors from AA, where he had a 1.31 ERA. Dave Lesley swings at Aaberg's first Major League pitch and deposits it in the right field seats for a home run! 3 to 0, Beavers! Jeff Schottler swings at Aaberg's second Major League pitch and sends it to deep center, but it is caught against the wall. And Aaberg calls the trainer out and has to leave the game... New Pitcher: Hank Schneider (30-R). 3.05 ERA. With 2 outs, P Don Panighetti draws a walk, but Paul Bouvet lines out to 3rd.

Top of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Scott Mortensen (33-R), who spells his name wrong... Tony Casarez leads off with a home run to center! 4 to 0, Beavers!

Won - 4 to 0

Panighetti's 2nd shutout of the season. Only Bill Avallone (31-R) of Dallas has more in all of Baseball! Avallone has 5.

We had 8 hits and made no errors
Seattle had 3 hits and made no errors

5 of our 8 hits went for extra bases.

Don Panighetti (W 3-2) went 9 shutout innings (CG), allowed 3 hits, 1 walk, 3 HB (!!) and struck out 6. At bat, he drew a walk.

Dennis Simoneaux (L 5-8) went 6 innings, gave us 2 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out 3.

1B Jeff Austin hit his 8th home run of the season and 3rd in 4 days. LF Tony Casarez hit his 3rd home run of the year. SS Dave Lesley hit a double and his 2nd home run of the year. CF Jeff Schottler hit a triple and scored a run. C Dennis Webb had 2 hits and an RBI.

Seattle announced that rookie P Mike Aaberg had nothing more than a sore forearm and a sore ego and would be fine in a few days. Actually, they did not mention the ego, but it was not necessary.
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Sunday, June 9, Year II

Our 34th round pick, P Jim Ford (18-R) refused our $10,000 bonus offer. He wants $170,000. That is more than we gave all of our top picks that have signed combined! Neither the Scouting Bureau nor Dave Dafoe think he is worth a lick and his high school stats support their opinions...

Cincinnati made us a semi-tempting trade offer: CF Dave Tirone (27-R) for Frank Martin (27-R). Tirone was an All-Star and a Silver Slugger last year when he led all of Baseball in hits with 220, 58 of them for extra bases. He would slot very nicely into right field for us with Woody Griesbach failing to keep the job that was opened up for him this season. But I think if I made another trade, especially giving the last of our top 3 pitchers from last season away, I may be run out of town on a rail....

The latest updates of the All-Star voting are sparsely populated with any Beavers. SP Don Panighetti and RP Don Schmidt are the only Beavers among the leaders at their respective positions. Panighetti is 5th and Schmidt 3rd.

Portland Beavers (36-23 .610 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
Seattle Rainiers (23-37 .383 13.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Dave Shoemake (27-R 1-0 0.00) Rookie vs. SEA: Les Theis (27-R 1-1 1.59)

This will be Theis' 3rd start of the season. Last year he made 2 starts without allowing a run....but only pitched 2 total innings. We have never faced him.

Shoemake pitched a 6 hit shutout in his Beaver debut. This will be his 2nd start for Portland.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .278-90-2-16-.820) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: RF Tom Borden (30-L .276-58-0-0-.647) Gold Glove
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .324-105-4-12-.883) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .229-214-8-26-.684)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .234-124-3-7-.641) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .279-129-2-6-.729)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .170-176-4-15-.531) WS MVP
8: C Phil Parker (28-S .200-10-0-0-.573)
9: P Dave Shoemake (27-L .000-4-0-0-.000) Rookie

SEATTLE
1: 2B Bob Dillon (27-R .179-78-1-8-.489)
2: LF Randy Hobson (26-L .305-200-5-20-.810)
3: RF Mark Fenik (27-R .241-187-9-21-.756)
4: 1B Jim Rier (27-L .286-147-9-30-.852)
5: 3B Paul Blaine (24-R .232-220-11-32-.685)
6: CF Jim Perkins (26-L .211-185-8-21-.664)
7: SS Monte Rodgers (26-L .233-43-0-2-.577)
8: C Ken Murray (32-R .261-153-6-18-.777)
9: P Les Theis (27-R .333-3-0-0-1.000)

Game Start: 1:05 PM
Ballpark: The Kingdome
Weather: Indoors
Attendance: 19,831

Top of the First:

Paul Bouvet grounds out to 1st, unassisted. Tom Borden strikes out. He has gone pretty cold of late. Omar Flores pops out to short.

Bottom of the First:
Bob Dillon grounds a hit to right. Randy Hobson flies out to right. Mark Fenik is up and on the first pitch to him, we call a pitchout and, sure enough, Dillon is running and gets thrown out! Fenik strikes out!

Bottom of the Third:
Monte Rodgers and Ken Murray lead off with singles and P Les Theis bunts them up. Bob Dillon flies out to left and Rodgers scores. 1 to 0, Seattle. Murray goes to 3rd on the throw home and scores when Randy Hobson singles up the middle. 2 to 0, Seattle.

Bottom of the Fifth:

Bob Dillon leads off with an infield hit and we get the Bullpen up. That is their eighth hit already off Shoemake. Randy Hobson up and Dillon tries to steal, but we have another pitchout on and he is out. Hobson grounds one to 2nd, but Paul Bouvet throws the ball away for a 2 base error... Mark Fenik swings at a 3-2 pitch and homers to left... 4 to 0, Seattle. Call to the Bullpen: Mitch Dowdell (25-L). He gets 2 outs, but not until Jeff Austin makes our 2nd error of the inning.

Top of the Seventh:

With 1 out, Jeff Schottler grounds a hit up the middle. PH Gordon Saunderson (27-L) doubles off the center field wall and Schottler stops at 3rd. PH Barry Tucker (29-L) swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left and both runners score! 4 to 2, Seattle. That is all, though...

Top of the Ninth:
On the Hill: Danny Karpowicz (30-R), their sidearming closer. He was Philadelphia's closer last year, but Seattle claimed him off waivers. 33 SV last year with a 9-6 record and a 3.89 ERA. Jeff Schottler leads off with a double to center! Gordon Saunderson swings at the first pitch and doubles to center and Schottler scores! 4 to 3, Beavers! Eddie Thomas (26-R) goes in to run for Saunderson. C Tod Schreck (31-R) grounds out to the pitcher and Thomas moves to 3rd. 1 out. With the infield in tight, Paul Bouvet nevertheless beats out an infield hit and Thomas scores to tie the game at 4!!! PH Larry Sinchak (31-R) lines a hit to center! Omar Flores grounds into a force at 2nd, 5-4. 2 outs with runners at the corners for Jeff Austin. Flores steals 2nd. Austin works the count full, but then grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the Ninth:

New Pitcher: Don Schmidt (27-R). Rollie Ferree is in to play right. We have no one left on the bench except C Dennis Webb (26-L), who is a bit fatigued. They go down 1-2-3!

Extras!

Top of the Tenth:
New Pitcher: Scott Mortensen (33-R) 2.86 ERA. He struck out the side in an inning yesterday, but not before we scored a run off him. Tony Casarez swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds a hit up the middle. Dave Lesley bunts him to 2nd. They walk Jeff Schottler and his big batting average intentionally. Rollie Ferree swings at a 3-2 pitch and dumps a hit into left and Casarez scores without a throw! 5 to 4, Beavers! C Tod Schreck strikes out. He has been a great pickup! 3 for 23 (.130). Paul Bouvet grounds out to short.

Bottom of the Tenth:

Randy Hobson leads off and lines a hit to left. Our Bullpen is ready to jump in. They do have 1 lefty on their bench still. Mark Fenik grounds into a 5-4-3 double play!!! 3B Terry Singer (33-R), who was hoping to have the day off, is up. He strikes out and THIS Ball Game Belongs the Beavers!!!!

Won - 5 to 4 in 10 innings

We had 14 hits and made 2 errors
Seattle had 11 hits and made no errors

Dave Shoemake went 4.1 innings, allowed 4 runs (3 earned), 9 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out 2. Lonny Tomski could have done that in his sleep!
LHP Mitch Dowdell went 1.2 scoreless innings.
LHP Lou Hertzberg went 2 scoreless innings and allowed 1 hit.
RHP Don Schmidt (W 7-3) went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 1.

Les Theis went 7.1 innings, gave us 2 runs, 8 hits, 1 walk and struck out 2.
RHP Scott Mortensen (L 0-1) went 1 inning, gave us 1 run, 2 hits, 1 walk (INT) and struck out 1.

2B Paul Bouvet had 2 hits, stole a base and had an RBI. PH Larry Sinchak had a hit. 1B Jeff Austin had 2 hits. LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits and scored a run. CF Jeff Schottler had 2 hits with a double and an intentional walk and scored 2 runs. His first 2 hit game in over 2 weeks (May 24). PH/RF Gordon Saunderson went 2 for 2 with a double, scored a run and had an RBI. PR Eddie Thomas scored a run. RF Rollie Ferree had a hit and the go ahead RBI in the 10th in his only AB. PH Barry Tucker had a hit and 2 RBI.

For Seattle, RF Mark Fenik had 3 hits with his 10th home run of the season and 2 RBI, but grounded into a huge double play in the bottom of the 10th.

Down on the Farm:
RF Woody Griesbach (24-R) had 3 hits with a double for Vancouver (AAA) at Tacoma to raise his average since being sent down to .333. We will call him back up and see if he can it like that for us. Lonny Tomski pitched a 4 hit shutout with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts. We will give Dave Shoemake another start and if it is a stinker, we will swap him out for Tomski.

Editor's Note:
Both Rollie Ferree and Barry Tucker are hitting very well since being called up from Vancouver (AAA). If I was playing Stats Only, I would have sent Schottler to AAA to stay and those two would be starting every day until they cooled off. But since my scout says Schottler is a star in waiting and those two are stinkers, I keep giving Schottler the AB's. I don't like it.... The cool thing about stats only is EVERYONE is a potential star in your eyes, especially when they are young. The players that PRODUCE for you are the ones you want to play. The only players that I feel like that about with scouts on are relief pitchers, because most of them have excellent looking ratings; the only thing to tell them apart with is their results.
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Monday, June 10, Year II

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Don Rockwell, LF, Brooklyn (34-L .330/.3837/.611) Had 14 hits with 2 2B, 1 3B, 4 HR, 0 BB, 1 SO, 6 R and 10 RBI in 7 G (6 GS) (2nd PoW of his career)
PCL Player of the Week - Barry Tucker, CF, Portland (29-L .371/.436/.600) Had 6 hits (6 AB) with 1 HR, 0 BB, 0 SO, 0 SB, 1 CS, 2 R, 6 RBI in 5 G (1 GS)

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

June 5 - Bill Avallone (31-R) of Dallas pitched a 5 hit shutout at Denver. He walked 1 and struck out 1. It is his 5th shutout of the season, which leads the Majors. He is now 8-4 with a 1.90 ERA. The Eagles won, 3 to 0.
June 5 - 2B Pablo Mateo (24-R) of Chicago hit 2 home runs and had 5 RBI at home versus St. Louis. The Cubs won, 6 to 2.
June 9 - CF Mike Carpenter (31-R) of Denver had 4 hits with a double, scored a run and had 4 RBI at home versus Houston. The Bears won, 12 to 1.
June 9 - A.J. Yates (26-R) of San Francisco pitched a 2 hit shutout at home versus Oakland. He walked 4 and struck out 4. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 6-3 with a 2.97 ERA. The Seals won, 1 to 0. Ray Hoagland (25-R) of the Oaks, in only his 2nd Major League start pitched a complete game 3 hitter in the loss. A 7th inning home run by Marcos Barron was the only run in the game.

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OF's Rollie Ferree (28-R) and Barry Tucker (29-L) have both been sent back to Vancouver (AAA) and thanked heartily for their great service. In Tucker, we are sending the reigning PCL Player of the Week to the minors... Two youngsters have been promoted, both right fielders: Woody Griesbach (24-R), who was with us earlier in the season, and Bob Draper (23-L). Griesbach hit .333 in 14 games for Vancouver, so we will see if he fixed whatever made him hit .168 for the Beavers. Draper will be making his Major League debut. He was batting .282 for Vancouver, leading the Western League in HR (11) and RBI (49). The two will platoon in right, for now.

We are back home for a two week home stand! First up, will be 3 games with the Oakland Oaks. They lost 3 of 4 in San Francisco over the weekend. We are 6-0 against them so far this season and swept them in 3 games the last time they were here, April 12-14. The Oaks are last in scoring in the PCL with 3.29 runs per game (Portland is up to 8th with 3.68). They are 8th in fewest runs allowed with 4.06 per game (Portland is #1 with 3.00).

Oakland Oaks (24-39 .381 14.5 GB in 5th place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (37-23 .617 in 1st place in the PCL West)

OAK: Johnny White (30-R 4-5 2.93) Rookie vs. POR: Angel Gaspar (23-R 2-2 4.01) Rookie

We beat White the one time we faced him, scoring 4 runs in 8 innings, but he only gave us 5 hits and no home runs and walked 3.

Gaspar won last time out, allowing 2 runs in 7.2 IP.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
OAKLAND
1: 2B Glenn Rodgers (37-R .265-170-0-11-.676)
2: SS Henry Rangel (28-R .217-240-1-14-.520)
3: RF Roger Crandall (28-L .269-171-1-19.721)
4: 1B Norm Wynne (26-R .215-200-6-22-.691)
5: LF Dick Hoagland (31-L .284-141-5-22-.833)
6: 3B Antonio Mata (27-R .222-54-0-5-.542)
7: C Luis Cid (23-L .211-19-1-2-.687) Rookie Trade with Los Angeles 6/1
8: CF Bob Waln (34-R .208-149-3-13-.618)
9: P Johnny White (30-R .038-26-0-0-.077) Rookie

PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .281-96-2-17-.810) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: C Dennis Webb (26-L .264-91-0-6-.640)
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .321-109-4-12-.874) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .233-219-8-26-.686)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .240-129-3-7-.647) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .271-133-2-6-.708)
7: CF Woody Griesbach (24-R .168-95-2-7-.513) Rookie
8: RF Bob Draper (23-L Major League debut) Rookie
9: P Angel Gaspar (23-R .077-13-0-0-.154) Rookie

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: The Skydome
Weather: 63 F, Partly Cloudy, with a 7 MPH wind blowing left to right.
Attendance: 18,794

Top of the First:
Glenn Rodgers strikes out! Henry Rangel swings at the first pitch and grounds out to 3rd. Roger Crandall strikes out looking! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:

Paul Bouvet grounds out to 3rd. Dennis Webb swings at the first pitch and grounds out to the pitcher. Omar Flores swings at the first pitch and flies out to shallow left.

Top of the Second:

Norm Wynne leads off with a double and steals 3rd. Dick Hoagland hits a home run to left. 2 to 0, Oaks.

Bottom of the Third:

Woody Griesbach, in his first AB since returning from AAA, flies out to center. Bob Draper, in his first Major League AB, swings at the first pitch and flies out to center. P Angel Gaspar strikes out for our ninth straight out to start the game...

Bottom of the Fourth:

We go down in order...

Bottom of the Fifth:
Jeff Austin leads off with a grounder to left for a hit, our first base runner of the game. With 1 out, he steals 2nd. With 3 outs, he goes back to the dugout to get his first baseman's mitt...

Bottom of the Eighth:

We get our second base runner of the game when Tony Casarez leads off with a hit to right. Dave Lesley takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Woody Griesbach fouls out to 1st. Bob Draper flies out to right... PH Gordon Saunderson (27-L) takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 to load the bases up with 2 outs for Paul Bouvet. He doubles to right center and 2 runs score to tie the game at 2 apiece!! Dennis Webb grounds out to 2nd...

Top of the Ninth:
New Pitcher: Barry Chapman (27-R). 4-5-6 hitters up for the Oaks. They go down in order with 2 strikeouts!

Bottom of the Ninth:
Omar Flores lines a hit to right. New Pitcher: Dennis Kelly (26-R). 3.74 ERA in 21.2 IP. Jeff Austin up and Flores steals 2nd! On the next pitch, Flores steals 3rd! With the infield in, Austin swings at a 3-1 pitch and bounces it right back to the pitcher for the first out and Flores has to hold at 3rd. They walk Tony Casarez intentionally. Dave Lesley strikes out.... 2 down. Woody Griesbach grounds out to 3rd and we cannot score a runner from 3rd with no outs....

Extras!

Top of the Tenth:

They go down in order!

Bottom of the Tenth:
We go down in order....

Top of the Eleventh:
New Pitcher: Don Schmidt (27-R). We were hoping to give him a day off. They go down 1-2-3!

Bottom of the Eleventh:
New Pitcher: Rob Daigle (29-L). 2-0 with a 2.45 ERA. PH Tod Schreck (31-R) swings at a 3-1 pitch and flies out to center. 3 for 24 now... PH Larry Sinchak (31-R) takes an 0-2 pitch in the side. Jeff Austin strikes out... Tony Casarez up and Sinchak steals 2nd. A wild pitch sends him to 3rd. Full count to Casarez and he swings a flies out to center...

Top of the Twelfth:

Schreck stays in to catch and Sinchak stays in to play 3rd. With 1 out, Dick Hoagland lines a hit to left, but that is all they get.

Bottom of the Twelfth:

With 2 outs, P Rob Daigle has to leave with an injury. New Pitcher: Joe Peck (29-R). 0.84 ERA in 10.2 IP. He gets Bob Draper to ground out to 1st, unassisted.

Top of the Thirteenth:

RF Neil Rivers (25-S) grounds a hit to left. 3B Avery Shular (30-R) grounds into a 6-4-3 double play! Glenn Rodgers grounds out to 2nd!

Bottom of the Thirteenth:

We are reduced to using Eddie Thomas (26-R) as a pinch-hitter against a right-hander and he grounds out to the pitcher. Paul Bouvet grounds a hit to center. He tries to steal, but they have a pitchout on and he is out... Tod Schreck grounds out to 3rd.

Top of the Fourteenth:

New Pitcher: Jorge Reyna (32-R), the last fresh arm in the Pen. There are 4 lefties and switch-hitters in their lineup now... Henry Rangel, who is not a lefty, grounds a hit to center. PH Don Stokes (40-R) bats for one of their lefties... Rangel steals 2nd... Full count to Stokes and he takes ball 4... Norm Wynne, their cleanup hitter, up. Rangel steals 3rd... The infield is in and Wynne grounds one to short, but Dave Lesley throws the ball away for a 2 base error and Rangel scores... 3 to 2, Oaks. The first error of the season for Lesley at short... We walk Dick Hoagland intentionally to load the bases up with no outs. CF Stan Baker (33-R) walks unintentionally to force in a run... 4 to 2, Oaks. Luis Cid strikes out and we finally have an out. Neil Rivers flies out to center and Wynne scores. 5 to 2, Oaks. Avery Shular swings at a 3-2 pitch and flies out to right.

Bottom of the Fourteenth:

New Pitcher: Gil Matkowski (28-L). 5.06 ERA. He did not pitch at all last year due to an injury. With 1 out, Tony Casarez lines a hit to right. Dave Lesley lines a hit to left to bring the tying run to the plate in the person of Woody Griesbach, who's batting average is now .160.... He hits a home run to center!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tie Game!!!!! 5 to 5. Bob Draper swings a the first pitch and hits one off the top of the wall in right center. The ball bounces away from the outfielder and Draper rounds the bases for an inside-the-park home run!!!!!!!!!! And THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!!!!!!

Won - 6 to 5 in 14 innings.

Unbelievable!!!! That has to be the most unlikely finish I have ever seen!!!!!
At least for a win....I have seen a LOT of unlikely losses....

We had 9 hits and made 2 errors
Oakland had 8 hits and made no errors

Angel Gaspar went 7.2 innings, allowed 2 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk and struck out 10. 112 pitches. He is the first pitcher to reach double figures in strikeouts since I have been in Portland!
LHP Mitch Dowdell faced 1 batter and retired him.
RHP Barry Chapman went 2 perfect innings and struck out 2. He has pitched well of late after giving up a lot of hits earlier.
RHP Don Schmidt went 3 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits and struck out 2.
RHP Jorge Reyna (W 3-2) went 1 inning, allowed 3 runs (1 earned), 1 hit, 3 walks (1 INT) and struck out 1.

Johnny White went 8 innings, gave us 2 runs, 4 hits, 2 walks and struck out 1.
LHP Gil Matkowski (L 1-3) got 2 outs, gave us 4 runs, 4 hits and 2 home runs.

2B Paul Bouvet had 2 hits with a double and 2 RBI. LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits with an intentional walk and scored 2 runs. SS Dave Lesley had a hit and a walk and scored 2 runs, but made a big error in the 14th inning. Though, without that error, we could not have had our unbelievable finish! CF Woody Griesbach hit his 3rd home run of the season with 3 RBI. RF Bob Draper, in his Major League debut, hit an inside-the-park home run to win the game!

For the Oaks, SS Henry Rangel had 3 hits with a double, stole 2 bases and scored a run.

The Oaks announced the P Rob Daigle had a sore hamstring that would be fine in a day or two.
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Portland Beavers (30-22 .577 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
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POR: Lonny Tomski (28-R 1-2 3.57) vs. SD: Mike Nackley (27-L 5-5 3.06) Cy Young

[…]What are the odds that 1) Tomski has 2 good outings in a row and 2) that we can win a game with him starting against Mike Nackley twice in a row?
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Tuesday, June 11, Year II

We signed our 3rd round draft pick, SP Tom Martin (21-R), for a bonus of $25,000. He will start his professional career at Salem of the Northwest League (D).

Oakland Oaks (24-40 .375 15.5 GB in 5th place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (38-23 .623 in 1st place in the PCL West)

OAK: Ed Alvarado (28-R 2-8 4.87) vs. POR: Frank Martin (27-R 6-3 3.32)

We beat Alvarado the one time we faced him, scoring 5 runs in 4.2 innings with 8 hits, 2 walks and no strikeouts.

Martin has had 2 stinky outings in a row, allowing 8 runs in 9 IP. He only made it through 3 innings last time. After 2 straight extra-inning games, we need him to go deep in this game.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
OAKLAND
1: 2B Glenn Rodgers (37-R .256-176-0-11-.654)
2: SS Avery Shular (30-R .232-112-0-7-.557)
3: RF Roger Crandall (28-L .261-176-1-19.702) 2 for 4 vs Martin
4: 1B Norm Wynne (26-R .214-206-6-22-.686)
5: LF Dick Hoagland (31-L .290-145-6-24-.865)
6: 3B Antonio Mata (27-R .228-57-0-5-.548) 3 for 8 with 1 HR
7: C Luis Cid (23-L .160-25-1-2-.530) Rookie
8: CF Stan Baker (33-R .268-41-1-8-.758) Minor league free agent from New York
9: P Ed Alvarado (28-R .296-27-0-3-.667)

PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .284-102-2-19-.812) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: C Dennis Webb (26-L .253-95-0-6-.614)
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .319-113-4-12-.861) Rookie
4: 1B Jeff Austin (30-R .231-225-8-26-.677)
5: LF Tony Casarez (20-L .246-134-3-7-.657) Rookie
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .268-138-2-6-.702)
7: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .178-180-4-15-.550) WS MVP
8: RF Bob Draper (23-L .167-6-1-1-.833) Rookie
9: P Frank Martin (27-S .000-23-0-0-.000)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: The Skydome
Weather: 67 F, Clear Skies, with a 9 MPH wind blowing left to right.
Attendance: 20,543

Top of the First:
Glenn Rodgers grounds out to short. Avery Shular swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit up the middle. Roger Crandall up and on a 2-2 pitch, Shular steals 2nd. The pitch was a ball to run the count full. Crandall swings at the payoff pitch and grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and Shular goes to 3rd. Norm Wynne draws a walk. Dick Hoagland swings at the first pitch and grounds out to short!

Bottom of the First:

Paul Bouvet beats out an infield hit to get us started. Dennis Webb swings at a 3-1 pitch and grounds into a 4-6-3 double play to get us finished... Omar Flores pops out to center.

Top of the Third:
With a runner on 1st and 2 outs, Norm Wynne beats out an infield hit, but comes up lame and has to leave the game. Pinch-runner: Dave Russell (28-L). Dick Hoagland grounds out to 2nd. Dave Russell stays in the game to play 1st.

Bottom of the Third:

With 2 outs, Paul Bouvet draws a walk and steals 2nd. Dennis Webb lines a hit to right, but Bouvet gets thrown out at the plate....

Top of the Fifth:

With 1 out, Glenn Rodgers singles up the middle and scores on a triple by Avery Shular, his 3rd hit already today. 1 to 0, Oaks. Roger Crandall up and Shular scores on a wild pitch.... 2 to 0, Oaks.

Top of the Sixth:

With 1 out, Lou Cid singles to right and Stan Baker draws a walk. The Bullpen is scrambled. P Ed Alvarado bunts the runners to 2nd and 3rd and Glenn Rodgers knocks them in with a triple to left... 4 to 0, Oaks. Frank Martin has all of the sudden become a batting tee.... that is their 9th hit of the game. 27 hits allowed in his last 14.2 IP.... Call to the Bullpen: Lou Hertzberg (30-L). Avery Shular, 3 for 2 today, makes it 4 for 4 with a liner to left and Rodgers scores. 5 to 0, Oaks. Hertzberg tries to pick Shular off at 1st and throws the ball away for an error... Roger Crandall strikes out to end the inning.

Lost - 5 to 1

We had 8 hits and made 1 error
Oakland had 11 hits and made no errors

Frank Martin (L 6-4) went 5.2 innings, allowed 5 runs, 9 hits, 2 walks and struck out 3. He +threw a WP. There was talk early in the season of him making the All-Star team this year....no one is talking about that anymore... He is stinking it up!
LHP Lou Hertzberg went 2.1 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 4.
RHP Barry Chapman pitched 1 scoreless inning, allowed 1 hit and struck out 2.

Ed Alvarado (W 3-8) went 8 innings, gave us 1 run, 7 hits, 1 walk and struck out 4.

2B Paul Bouvet had 2 hits and a walk. LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits. CF Jeff Schottler hit a double and scored our run.

For the Oaks, SS Avery Shular had 4 hits with a triple, stole a base, scored a run and had 2 RBI.

The Oaks announced the 1B Norm Wynne had just tweaked his calf muscle and should be fine in a day or so.
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Wednesday, June 12, Year II

We signed our 5th round draft pick, CF Scott Patrick (18-L), for a bonus of $15,000. He will start his professional career at Helena of the Pioneer League (R). The only player left unsigned is our 34th round pick who thinks he should have been the first player chosen in the draft.... He won't be signed.

Oakland Oaks (25-40 .385 14.5 GB in 5th place in the PCL West) at
Portland Beavers (38-24 .613 in 1st place in the PCL West)

OAK: Pete McKendrick (27-R 0-1 2.57) Rookie vs. POR: Bob Grigg (24-R 1-0 1.69) Rookie

This will be McKendrick's second Major League start. In his first, he allowed 2 runs in 7 innings, but walked 5 and struck out 1.

Grigg got his first win last time out. He allowed 5 hits and no walks in 8.1 innings and only gave up 1 run.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
OAKLAND
1: 2B Glenn Rodgers (37-R .260-181-0-13-.669)
2: SS Henry Rangel (28-R .224-246-1-14-.536)
3: 1B Norm Wynne (26-R .217-207-6-22-.695)
4: LF Dick Hoagland (31-L .280-150-6-24-.838)
5: RF Neil Rivers (25-S .241-87-2-8-.634)
6: 3B Antonio Mata (27-R .213-61-0-5-.513)
7: C Luis Cid (23-L .207-29-1-2-.592) Rookie
8: CF Bob Waln (34-R .204-152-3-13-.606)
9: P Pete McKendrick (27--L .500-2-0-0-1.000) Rookie

PORTLAND
1: 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R .295-105-2-19-.831) NL MVP Gold Glove
2: C Dennis Webb (26-L .253-99-0-6-.609)
3: 3B Omar Flores (21-L .308-117-4-12-.833) Rookie
4: 1B Tony Casarez (20-L .254-138-3-7-.666) Rookie
5: CF Jeff Schottler (25-R .180-183-4-15-.557) WS MVP
6: SS Dave Lesley (27-R .268-142-2-6-.696)
7: LF Woody Griesbach (24-R .168-101-3-10-.533) Rookie
8: RF Bob Draper (23-L .222-9-1-2-.778) Rookie
9: P Bob Grigg (24-R .125-8-0-0-.347) Rookie

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: The Skydome
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 19,498

Top of the First:
Glenn Rodgers fouls out to 1st. Henry Rangel pops out to right. Norm Wynne grounds out to 3rd! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the First:
Paul Bouvet leads off with a triple to right center! Dennis Webb grounds out to 2nd and Bouvet scores. 1 to 0, Beavers! Omar Flores takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Tony Casarez up and Flores steals 2nd. Casarez grounds one to 2nd and Glenn Rodgers throws it away for a 2 base error and Flores scores. 2 to 0, Beavers! Jeff Schottler grounds a hit to left and Casarez scores! 3 to 0, Beavers! Dave Lesley up and Schottler steals 2nd on a 2-0 pitch. Lesley swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 3rd. 2 outs. Woody Griesbach swings at the first pitch and pops out to shallow center.

Top of the Fifth:

With 1 out, Antonio Mata grounds a hit past SS Dave Lesley, the first hit of the game for the Oaks.

Top of the Sixth:

Glenn Rodgers leads off with a hit and with 1 out, Norm Wynne hits a home run to left. 3 to 2, Beavers.

Bottom of the Sixth:

Tony Casarez leads off with a hit and goes to 3rd on a single up the middle by Jeff Schottler. Dave Lesley grounds a hit to center and Casarez scores! 4 to 2, Beavers! With 1 out, Bob Draper grounds a hit to right and Schottler beats the throw to the plate! 5 to 2, Beavers! After P Bob Grigg strikes out trying to bunt, they change pitchers: Joe Peck (29-R). Paul Bouvet hits a home run to left!! 8 to 2, Beavers!!

Won - 9 to 4

We had 11 hits and made no errors
Oakland had 7 hits and made 1 error

Bob Grigg (W 2-0) went 6.2 innings, allowed 4 runs, 7 hits, 1 home run, 4 walks and struck out 4. He threw 2 WP.
LHP Mitch Dowdell (H 2) faced 3 batters and got 4 outs with 1 strikeout.
RHP Jorge Reyna pitched a perfect 9th.

Pete McKendrick (L 0-2) went 5.2 innings, gave us 7 runs (5 earned), 8 hits, 1 walk and struck out 5.

2B Paul Bouvet hit a triple and his 3rd home run as a Beaver, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI. 1B/LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits and scored 2 runs. CF Jeff Schottler had 2 hits, stole a base, scored a run and had an RBI. LF/RF Woody Griesbach hit his 4th home run of the season. RF Bob Draper had 2 hits with a triple, scored a run and had an RBI. PH/1B Jeff Austin hit a double.

For the Oaks, 1B Norm Wynne had 2 hits with his 7th home run of the year and 3 RBI.

The Oaks announced that 2B Glenn Rodgers, who was injured during the game, had a sprained ankle that will bother him for 5 to 7 days.
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