Notable

May 24, 1998

Brewers: Marquis Grissom, slowed by a sore leg, made his first start since May 13.

Diamondbacks: Arizona has drawn 1,002,958 in 22 home dates, becoming the first team this season to top one million.

Mets: Bernard Gilkey batted seventh for the first time this season.

Phillies: Scott Rolen went 0-for-4 after going 9-for-17 (.529) in his previous four games with two homers and seven RBIs.

Padres: Ken Caminiti, making his first appearance since May 2, was 2-for-4.

Pirates: Dating to last season, Tony Womack has gone 158 games without grounding into a double play.

Reds: Chris Stynes left the game after he strained his right hamstring in the fourth inning.

Rockies: Larry Walker is 24-for-70 (.357) during his hitting streak.

Pub Date: 5/24/98

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