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' The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 24, 1998 - 15A

SOSA
Continued from Page 13A
me, Sosa said Iesday. "You have to remember, my situation
is different. I have to go out there and try to win the last five
games. (Plus,) He's swinging much better than me"
Sosa had not gotten a hit and had struck out eight times
since hitting a grand slam last Wednesday in San Dicgo tOr
No. 63. He walked his first two times up against Roque, then
sent a 1-0 fastball 344 feet to the opposite field, giving the
Cubs a 4-0 lead. His second homer made it 7-0, but the Cubs
couldn't hold the lead.
Sosa's 12 home runs against the Brewers are the most by a
player against one team since Roger Maris connected 13
times off the Chicago White Sox in 1961, the year he hit 61
homers.

GRIND
Contlnued from Page 13A
life. Not for a Cubs fan. That's reality. An dnty friends andl
have dealt with it.
But no one can tolerate it forever, right'? If there is a sea-
son that seems blessed, just like Michigan's foothall season
last year, it would be this one in Chicago. Sammy's heroics.
Kerry Wood's emergence. ILarry Caray and Jack Hrickhouse
watching ganes trois that broadcasting booth somewhere in
the uncharted country. Yeah, this has to be the year, right?
Sammy said on Sunday, "Chicago, you deserve it."
Sammy, I want to believe you. But it will definitely take a
Superman.
-- Shams Raju urges you to r ,ot, , rotootfor the Cubbies
lie can be reached at sraju@umich.edu

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The New York Mets were nowhere to be found last night as they lost to the Montreal Expos, 3-0. The Mets got just three hits
as they failed to capitalize on the Cubs' loss, leaving the teams tied In the National league wild-card race.
Mets fail to pull ahead of Cubs

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NEW YORK (AP) - After the Pavano beat the Mets for the second
Chicago Cubs dropped the ball, the time in two weeks, allowing the three
Mets failed to do anything with it. hits in six-plus innings.
Given a chance to move, one game Young, Maddux, Rick DeHart,
ahead of Chicago atop the NL wild- Anthony Telford and Ugueth Urbina
cird race, the Mets fizzled Wednesday completed the Expos' fifth shutout of
.it, getting just three hits ina 3-0 loss the season. Urbina, who got three outs
to the Montreal Expos. for his 34th save, has seven saves
Bob Henley homered in the second against the Mets.
inning off Bobby Jones (9-9) and win- GatsE Noes: If the Mets are in a
ner Carl Pavano (6-8) added an RBI playoff with the Cubs for the wild-card
double later in the inning for the Expos, berth, the game would be at Shea
who went 8-4 against New York this Stadium on Monday at 1:07 p.m. EDT
year. If there is a three-way tie, the Mets
With three games to go, the Mets would play the Giants on Monday at
remained tied with the Cubs, who blew 1:07 p.m. and the Cubs would play at
a seven-run lead and lost 8-7 at the winner on Tuesday. ... The Mets
waukee when left fielder Brant
dropped a bases-loaded fly with
two outs in the ninth.
After an off-day Thursday, the Mets t i
finish with a three-game series atj1
AtIalnt whle therCubs close with a
three-game series at Houston.
New York, which went 2-3 on its MCH
final homestand, had its best chance in
the seventh, when Mike Piazza singled
o Pavano leading off and Brian
sae walked on a 3-2 pitch.
Tim Young walked pinch-hitter Jay
Payton on four pitches, loading the ys "
bases, and started Butch Huskey, the i
first of five straight pinch-hitters, off
with a ball.
Mike Maddux then came in and Matt
Fanco replaced Huskey, hitting a soft 1140 south university (at
pop to shortstop Orlando Cabrera in
shallow left. Todd Hundley struck out on.-thurs.: 9:0
and Luis Lopez took a called third fri. & Sat.: 9:0
strike.
*ew York then put runners on first
and second with two outs in the ci
but Brian McRae flied out to deep Icedft.e

will put tickets on sale Saturday for
division series Game 3 and 4. Tickets,
priced at $25-$35, will be sold starting
at 11 a.m. EDT at Shea Stadium and
by telephone (718-507-TIXX). ... The
Mets' home attendance reached
2,287,942, their highest since drwing
2,732,745 in 1990. ... Henley's other
homers were Aug. 12 off Colorado's
Pedro Astacio and Sept. 16 off
Florida's Kirt Ojala. ... Wendell
appeared in his Mets-record ninth con-
secutive game. ... John Olerud, second
in the NL batting race behind
Colorado's Larry Walker, went 0-for-3,
dropping his average two points to
.351.
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