NOTABLE American League

May 13, 1993

* ANGELS: Rookie first baseman J. T. Snow, the Angels' RBI leader with 23, missed his first game of the season yesterday with the flu. . . . Chad Curtis drove in a run in his fourth straight game for the first time in his career. . . . Third baseman Kelly Gruber, who has missed the first 31 games with a torn left rotator cuff, will be assigned to the Angels' Single-A team in Palm Springs, Calif., on Monday.

* BLUE JAYS: Pitcher Dave Stewart will be recalled from the disabled list today to make his first start for Toronto. . . . Shortstop Dick Schofield left yesterday's game in the eighth inning with an injury to his left forearm after colliding with Milt Cuyler as the Tiger stole second base.

* BREWERS: Bill Wegman has pitched six innings or more in seven of his eight starts this season.

* INDIANS: Catcher Sandy Alomar, who has been on the disabled list since May 1, probably will have surgery to repair the bulging disk in his back, Cleveland manager Mike Hargrove said yesterday. "I'd say the chances of him having surgery are 90 percent," Hargrove said. . . . In his past 19 games, Felix Fermin is batting .344, 22-for-64. He has struck out three times in 112 plate appearances this year. . . . Jose Mesa's complete game yesterday was only the second by an Indian this year.

* RANGERS: Texas put pitching ace Nolan Ryan on the 15-day disabled list with a strained muscle in his left hip, only five days after Ryan returned to the starting rotation. The move is retroactive to May 8. Ryan, 46, originally injured his hip Friday during a rundown play at Kansas City. Ryan won't be able to return before May 23.

* RED SOX: Boston signed former major-league first baseman and outfielder Franklin Stubbs to a Triple-A contract.

* TIGERS: Lou Whitaker's double in the second inning yesterday ended a streak of 21 hitless at-bats.

* TWINS: Minnesota's 5-2 win over the Angels yesterday was its 100th at Anaheim Stadium against 104 losses.

* WHITE SOX: Mayor Richard M. Daley said yesterday he has asked for building inspectors to look at cracks in three public concourses at the 2-year-old, $134.8 million Comiskey Park. Repair of cracks in the concrete may cost up to $300,000 to repair, officials said.

* YANKEES: Jimmy Key's loss yesterday to the Brewers was his first in 14 starts including postseason since last Sept. 8, ending a 10-0 streak.

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