? Don Sutton, who pitched into the seventh inning for the first time since May 8, albeit for the Dodgers' Class A Bakersfield farm club: "I finally got to hear Take Me Out to the Ball Game."
? Cleveland Indians first baseman Terry Francona at the Hall of Fame Game in Cooperstown: "I wonder how many more 10 RBI seasons I need to get back here?"
? Milwaukee utility man Jim Adduci's batting average (.237) is higher than his on-base percentage (.230). He has no walks and just two sacrifice flies in 59 at bats.
?Reliever Doug Jones has gotten either a win or a save in 26 of the Indians' 53 victories. All but seven of the other wins were complete-game victories for the starters.
? Texas Rangers righthander Jeff Russell has allowed three grand slam homers this season to Boston: Ellis Burks and Mike Greenwell of the Red Sox, and Daryl Boston of the White Sox.
? Cardinals lefthander Joe Magrane has won one game (and lost six) since he beat the Expos last Sept. 29. His ERA since then is 3.06.
?Since he was called up from Indianapolis on June 21, Montreal second baseman-shortstop Rex (the Wonder Dog) Hudler has 33 hits, including 11 infield singles and 6 bunts. He has also stolen 20 bases in 22 attempts.
?On June 8, Cincinnati traded left-handed starter Dennis Rasmussen to San Diego for righthanded starter Candy Sierra. As a Padre, Rasmussen is 8-1 and has beaten the Reds three times. Sierra, meanwhile, has allowed 49 hits and 25 earned runs in 40? innings at Nashville.
?The Boston Red Sox have averaged 3.69 runs in Roger Clemens's starts at Fenway Park and 6.26 runs in games started by all other Bosox pitchers at home.