Notable

July 01, 1996

Astros: Houston finished June with a 15-12 record, its first winning month this season.

Cardinals: Brian Jordan (Milford Mill) has stolen seven bases in his past five games.

Cubs: Steve Trachsel lowered his ERA to 2.00, second-best in the National League.

Giants: San Francisco pitchers have given up a league-high 112 home runs this season.

Indians: Albert Belle hasn't homered in 57 at-bats over 15 games after hitting his 25th June 12.

Marlins: Pitcher Chris Hammond, who has been on the disabled list since June 9 with an inner-ear infection, will begin a rehab assignment today.

Mets: Former Oriole Alex Ochoa has hit safely in six of his eight starts since being recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on June 22.

Padres: San Diego has 17 home runs in six games vs. the Giants. It has 65 home runs in its other 75 games.

Phillies: Second baseman Mickey Morandini, who had been on the disabled list since June 15 with a sprained right shoulder, was activated. He pinch hit in the bottom of the ninth and grounded out to second.

Rangers: Texas has not won a series against Seattle since 1993. In that span, it has lost eight series and split three.

Rockies: Colorado became the first team in the majors to reach 2 million in attendance. A crowd of 48,103 extended its major-league-record sellout streak to 93.

Tigers: Detroit scored first for the 44th time this season. But it has only won 15.

Pub Date: 7/01/96

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