The Associated Press
May. 19, 1993
Undated (AP) _ Oakland at Kansas City (8:35 p.m. EDT). David Cone pitches for the Royals against Storm Davis. They are a combined 1-9. STATS
Chad Curtis of California leads the major leagues with 20 stolen bases. ... John Burkett of San Francisco is 7-0. STREAKS
Frank Castillo's single in the second inning Tuesday night snapped an 0- for-37 slump by Chicago Cubs pitchers since Mike Harkey singled April 26 at Colorado. ... The Rockies beat San Diego, 2-1, in 11 innings Tuesday to snap a seven-game losing streak. SLUGGERS
Ryne Sandberg of the Cubs has 30 career home runs against the Cardinals, more than against any other team. ... Eric Davis has six career grand slams. STARTERS
Fernando Valenzuela pitched a two-hitter for his first victory since 1990, leading Baltimore past Cleveland 7-0 in a game called because of rain after 7 innings. It was Valenzuela's first win and first complete game since he beat Cincinnati as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sept. 14, 1990. It was his first shutout since June 29, 1990 - when he pitched a no-hitter against St. Louis. STOPPERS
Randy Myers of the Cubs has 11 saves in as many chances this season. SLUMPS
The New York Mets were 12-25 after their first 37 games - the same record they had in 1962. The Mets finished 40-120. ... Atlanta catcher Damon Berryhill is hitless in his last 21 at-bats. SWINGS
Tony Phillips of the Tigers has started at five different positions - left field, third base, center field, second base and right field. STARS Tuesday
Tommy Greene (5-0) pitched a six-hitter and struck out 10 as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Florida Marlins 6-0. SALUTE
Former president Bush, in Miami to visit his son Jeb, attended Tuesday's game between Philadelphia and Florida and, wearing a Marlin's cap,threw out the first pitch. STATUS
Orioles pitcher Arthur Rhodes underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday and is expected to return in four to six weeks. SCOUTING
Paul Abbott and three relievers, pitched the Canton-Akron (Indians) to a 2-0 victory over London (Tigers) Tuesday night in an Eastern League game. SPEAKING
''This is a nightmare.'' - Mets manager Jeff Torborg after New York lost for the 18th time in 22 games on Tuesday. SEASONS May 20
1925 - The Cleveland Indians scored six runs in the last of the ninth to beat the New York Yankees 10-9. Tris Speaker scored the winning run from first on a single.
1947 - The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Boston Braves 4-3 in a game that produced 22 hits - all singles. The Pirates had 12 and the Braves 10.
1953 - In only their 13th game of the season, the Milwaukee Braves surpassed all of 1952's attendance of 281,278, when they were in Boston.
1978 - Willie Stargell hit a 535-foot homer off Montreal's Wayne Twitchell - the longest home run in Montreal's Olympic Stadium - to highlight the Pirates' 6-0 victory. It was also Stargell's 407th career homer tying him with Duke Snider on the all-time list.
1985 - The Milwaukee Brewers and the Indians were rained out in Cleveland - the first major-league game rained out this season. A record of 458 games were played before lengthy showers prevented the game from getting under way.
1991 - Jeff Reardon got his 300th career save and Steve Lyons and Jack Clark homered as the Boston Red Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0.
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