Bonds outdone by Schumpert's three-run shot

Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2002

DENVER -- Barry Bonds hit his 584th home run to pass Mark McGwire for fifth place on the career list, but Terry Shumpert's three-run shot lifted the Colorado Rockies over the San Francisco Giants 6-3 Saturday.

Bonds connected off Colorado starter Denny Neagle in the fourth inning, driving the first pitch into the left-center seats for his 17th homer of the season. The San Francisco slugger trails Frank Robinson by two homers for fourth place all-time.

Marlins 6, Mets 5

NEW YORK -- Eric Owens hit a two-run triple off David Weathers (2-1) in Florida's five-run seventh inning and the Marlins took advantage of more sloppy fielding by the Mets.

Cubs 5, Astros 1

HOUSTON -- Sammy Sosa hit his major league-leading 18th home run and Kerry Wood pitched a four-hitter as Chicago won its fifth straight.

Fred McGriff doubled twice and homered as the Cubs handed the Astros their sixth straight loss following a seven-game winning streak.

Brewers 2, Padres 0

MILWAUKEE -- Ruben Quevedo pitched a three-hitter for his first career shutout, leading Milwaukee over San Diego.

Jeffrey Hammonds hit a solo homer off rookie Kevin Pickford (0-1) in the first inning, and Richie Sexson had an RBI single as the Brewers handed the Padres their fifth straight loss.

Reds 6, Braves 4

ATLANTA -- Juan Encarnacion hit a three-run homer off Jason Marquis (3-3), and Adam Dunn and Aaron Boone each added solo shots for Cincinnati.

Cardinals 6, Pirates 3

PITTSBURGH -- Eli Marrero drove in four runs, and Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer off Jimmy Anderson (4-6) in the first inning as St. Louis won for the sixth time in seven games.

Expos 13, Phillies 9, 10 inn.

MONTREAL-- Jose Vidro hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th inning as Montreal overcame two late deficits.

Phillies newcomer Jeremy Giambi homered in his first two NL at-bats, but Philadelphia blew a three-run lead in the eighth and a one-run lead in the ninth.

Dodgers 10, Diamondbacks 5

PHOENIX -- Shawn Green homered twice to break a major league record with seven in three games, leading Los Angeles past Arizona.

Green hit a three-run homer off Rick Helling (4-5) in the fifth inning and a two-run shot in the ninth off Eddie Oropesa, giving him nine home runs this week and 12 on the season.

The L.A. slugger tied the major league record with four homers Thursday. He homered Friday against the Diamondbacks to match the record for homers in two games.

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