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National League Notes Wednesday, Sept. 6

September 7, 1989

Undated (AP) _ The Braves have averaged five runs per game in their last 17 games. ... Oddibe McDowell has a career-high 12-game hitting streak. ... Jeff Treadway extended his hitting streak to 12 Wednesday night. Chicago

Ryne Sandberg has not committed an error in 67 consecutive games through Wednesday. He has six errors this season, five on throws. He has one error in his last 84 games. Cincinnati

Luis Quinones has hit 14 straight games, going 28-for-59 (.475). Houston

Jim Deshaies set a career-high with 129 strikeouts. He fanned six Wednesday night against San Diego. Los Angeles

The Dodgers have left 1,029 runners on base, most in the league. They strand an average of 7 1/2 runners per game and have left 10 or more on base in 29 games. ... Los Angeles has pitched 16 shutouts and been blanked 15 times. Montreal

The Expos’ 11 runs Wednesday night marked the first time they’ve scored more than four in any of Mark Langston’s 10 starts. ... Tom Foley made just his fifth error at second base Wednesday night. New York

Dwight Gooden, who has not pitched since June because of a slight muscle tear in his right shoulder, was examined Wednesday. Gooden’s doctors said he is ″progressing nicely,″ but it is still uncertain whether he will be able to pitch again this season. ... Howard Johnson’s streak of 26 straight stolen bases ended Wednesday night when he was thrown out by catcher Tony Pena. ... Jerry Koosman will be inducted into the Mets’ Hall of Fame on Saturday. Philadelphia

Pitcher Marvin Freeman, who has been on the disabled list since April 28 with an arm problem, pitched a simulated game Wednesday. How did he do? ″I’ve seen a lot of guys look good at 5 o’clock,″ Manager Nick Leyva said. ″We need results.″ Pittsburgh John Cangelosi is in a 2-for-27 slump as a pinch hitter. ... Barry Bonds is in a 2-for-26 rut. St. Louis

Todd Worrell, who left Monday’s game with pain in his right elbow, was examined Wednesday by Dr. Frank Jobe in California. Jobe found possible damage to the medial ligament and will not throw for 10 days. The Cardinals hope Worrell will be able to pitch in two weeks; if he does not heal, reconstructive surgery will be performed. ... Denny Walling is 10-for-28 (.357) as a pinch hitter. ... Tom Brunansky needs one homer to reach 20 for the eighth straight season. San Diego

The Padres have eight home runs in their last three games. San Diego has 26 homers in its last 18 games. ... The Padres’ last 14 home runs have come with at least one runner on base. San Francisco

Catcher Kirt Manwaring will miss at least two weeks and possibly the rest of the season with a broken left foot. New X-rays of Manwaring’s bruised left foot disclosed a hairline fracture on the outside of the arch. Team trainer Mark Letendre said Manwaring is undergoing therapy on the foot, which is not in a cast, but is not guaranteed a spot on the postseason roster. Manwaring, 24, the Giants’ opening day catcher, is hitting .209 with no homers and 18 runs batted in. San Francisco has three other catchers on the roster: Terry Kennedy, Bob Brenly and rookie Bill Bathe.

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