Notable

May 30, 1999

Braves: Walt Weiss, riding a career-high 13-game hitting streak, missed his third game in a row with a sore left quadriceps. The game drew a crowd of 49,258, largest of the season at Turner Field. It was Atlanta's fifth sellout of the year.

Cardinals: Mark McGwire has played in 45 of the team's 47 games. Terry Mulholland's error was his third of the season. He had four last year and 41 for his career. ... Marrero made his second start of the season at first.

Cubs: Former heavyweight champion George Foreman threw out the first pitch and seconds later heaved the ball into the stands. Sammy Sosa has 17 homers in 46 games. Last season he hit his 17th homer in Chicago's 59th game. Chicago matched a season high with three errors.

Dodgers: With 18 homers in 47 games, Raul Mondesi is trying to become the fastest player in team history to reach 20 homers. Gil Hodges had 20 homers in 53 games in 1951.

Expos: Anthony Telford pitched two perfect innings, extending his scoreless streak to 10 2/3 innings over his past six outings.

Phillies: Scott Rolen was 0-for-3 and has one extra-base hit and four RBIs in 13 games.

Rockies: Larry Walker has hit .374 the past three Junes. That's his highest average in any month during that span.

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