October 3, 1987

Saturday Night’s Main Event XII



1. Randy Savage (with Miss Elizabeth) defeated The Honky Tonk Man (with Jimmy Hart) (c) by disqualification (singles match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship), 13:00

2. Hulk Hogan (c) defeated Sika (with Mr. Fuji and Kim Chee) for the WWF Championship, 7:59

3. King Kong Bundy (with Andre the Giant) defeated Paul Orndorff (with Oliver Humperdink), 8:00

4. The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) (c) defeated The Young Stallions (Paul Roma and Jim Powers) for the WWF Tag Team Championship, 4:35

July 8, 1987

1987 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Gary Carter, New York, 936,810.

2. Tony Pena, St. Louis, 771,360. 3, Jody Davis, Chicago, 573,668. 4, Lance Parrish, Philadelphia, 411,680. 5, Ozzie Virgil, Atlanta, 353,403. 6, Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 307,453. 7, Alan Ashby, Houston, 266,042. 8, Bo Diaz, Cincinnati, 251,560. 9, Benito Santiago, San Diego, 227,954. 10, Mike Fitzgerald, Montreal, 206,094. 11, Bob Brenly, San Francisco, 154,582. 12, Junior Ortiz, Pittsburgh, 62,293. 13, x-Bob Melvin, San Francisco, 12,970. 14, x-Steve Lake, St. Louis, 3,403. 15, x-Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 1,873.

FIRST BASE | 1. Jack Clark, St. Louis, 1,269,136.

2. Keith Hernandez, New York, 892,790. 3, Steve Garvey, San Diego, 393,921. 4, Leon Durham, Chicago, 386,507. 5, Andres Galarraga, Montreal, 358,843. 6, Will Clark, San Francisco, 352,728. 7, Glenn Davis, Houston, 309,590. 8, Von Hayes, Philadelphia, 186,005. 9, Franklin Stubbs, Los Angeles, 168,347. 10, Sid Bream, Pittsburgh, 117,176. 11. Terry Francona, Cincinnati, 115,630. 12, Gerald Perry, Atlanta, 86,552. 13, x-Nick Esasky, Cincinnati, 3,182. 14, x-Mike Aldrete, San Francisco, 1,800. 15, x-Carmelo Martinez, San Diego, 1,015.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 1,295,957.

2. Tommy Herr, St. Louis, 747,328. 3, Steve Sax, Los Angeles, 505,659. 4, Vance Law, Montreal, 327,403. 5, Bill Doran, Houston, 310,608. 6, Juan Samuel, Philadelphia, 288,590. 7. Wally Backman, New York, 244,694. 8, Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 234,264. 9, Johnny Ray, Pittsburgh, 186,285. 10, Ron Oester, Cincinnati, 175,401. 11, Damaso Garcia, Atlanta, 156,319. 12, Joey Cora, San Diego, 73,164. 13, x-Glenn Hubbard, Atlanta, 15,994. 14, x-Jose Oquendo, St. Louis, 2,501. 15, x-Chris Speier, San Francisco, 1,264.

THIRD BASE | 1. Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, 1,818,905.

2. Terry Pendleton, St. Louis, 626,464. 3, Tim Wallach, Montreal, 429,205. 4, Buddy Bell, Cincinnati, 398,824. 5, Chris Brown, San Diego, 205,095. 6, Keith Moreland, Chicago, 186,323. 7, Ken Oberkfell, Atlanta, 175,455. 8, Denny Walling, Houston, 175,103. 9, Howard Johnson, New York, 161,046. 10, Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco, 97,977. 11. Jim Morrison, Pittsburgh, 89,505. 12, x-Matt Williams, San Francisco, 947. 13, x-Phil Garner, Los Angeles, 625. 14, x-Dave Magadan, New York, 616.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 2,254,409.

2. Hubie Brooks, Montreal, 452,229. 3, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 305,717. 4, Garry Templeton, San Diego, 303,186. 5, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 235,272. 6, Craig Reynolds, Houston, 212,971. 7, Rafael Santana, New York, 197,229. 8, Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 194,013. 9, Mariano Duncan, Los Angeles, 169,832. 10, Steve Jeltz, Philadelphia, 77,094. 11. Andres Thomas, Atlanta, 76,587. 12, Rafael Belliard, Pittsburgh, 65,905. 13, x-Casey Candaele, Montreal, 5,811. 14, x-Kurt Stillwell, Cincinnati, 4,456. 15, x-Chris Speier, San Francisco, 939.

OUTFIELD | 1. Eric Davis, Cincinnati, 1,810,391. 2. Darryl Strawberry, New York, 1,255,651. 3. Andre Dawson, Chicago, 1,167,091.

4. Dale Murphy, Atlanta, 960,388. 5, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 745,209. 6, Vince Coleman, St. Louis, 724,202. 7, Willie McGee, St. Louis, 651,383. 8, Pedro Guerrero, Los Angeles, 588,995. 9, Dave Parker, Cincinnati, 418,511. 10, Jeffrey Leonard, San Francisco, 388,110. 11, Len Dykstra, New York, 329,459. 12, Candy Maldonado, San Francisco, 326,948. 13. Jose Cruz, Houston, 324,858. 14, Billy Hatcher, Houston, 321,348. 15, Mitch Webster, Houston, 291,678. 16, Kevin Bass, Houston, 262,256. 17, Chili Davis, San Francisco, 241,594. 18. Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 236,488. 19, Herm Winningham, Montreal, 205,428. 20, Kevin McReynolds, New York, 188,605. 21, Ken Griffey, Atlanta, 187,073. 22, Kal Daniels, Cincinnati, 178,635. 23, Bob Dernier, Chicago, 169,602. 24, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 149,472. 25, Jim Lindeman, St. Louis, 148,932. 26, John Kruk, San Diego, 142,449. 27. Glenn Wilson, Philadelphia, 138,279. 28, Mike Marshall, Los Angeles, 128,329. 29, Ken Landreaux, Los Angeles, 121,766. 30, Gary Matthews, Chicago, 105,263. 31, x-Tim Raines, Montreal, 86,571. 32, Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 78,325. 33, Stan Jefferson, San Diego, 74,800. 34, Milt Thompson, Philadelphia, 64,818. 35, Dion James, Atlanta, 64,809. 36, John Shelby#, Los Angeles, 61,143. 37, Alonzo Powell, Montreal, 48,043. 38, Terry Harper, Pittsburgh, 40,430. 39, x-Mookie Wilson, New York, 3,744. 40. x-Curt Ford, St. Louis, 3,418.

x | write-in candidate
# | player traded from other league

1987 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Terry Kennedy, Baltimore, 929,426.

2. Ernie Whitt, Toronto, 650,605. 3, Rick Dempsey, Cleveland, 527,774. 4, Butch Wynegar, California, 314,462. 5, Mike Heath, Detroit, 269,677. 6, Don Slaught, Texas, 246,871. 7. Ed Hearn, Kansas City, 204,285. 8, Bill Schroeder, Milwaukee, 194,013. 9, Joel Skinner, New York, 181,913. 10, Tim Laudner, Minnesota, 152,370. 11, Mickey Tettleton, Oakland, 119,293. 12, Dave Valle, Seattle, 113,022. 13, Ron Karkovice, Chicago, 88,878. 14, Marc Sullivan, Boston, 72,0078. 15, x-Matt Nokes, Detroit, 33,688. 16, x-Bob Boone, California, 32,464. 17, x-Rich Gedman, Boston, 12,733.

FIRST BASE | 1. Don Mattingly, New York, 1,356,887.

2. Wally Joyner, California, 562,087. 3, Willie Upshaw, Toronto, 373,074. 4, Eddie Murray, Baltimore, 354,095. 5, Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 255,889. 6, Kevin Seitzer, Kansas City, 251,821. 7, Greg Brock, Milwaukee, 241,108. 8, Bill Buckner, Boston, 211,992. 9, Darrell Evans, Detroit, 180,005. 10, Pete O'Brien, Texas, 154,327. 11, Alvin Davis, Seattle, 126,190. 12, Pat Tabler, Cleveland, 116,216. 13, x-Mark McGwire, Oakland, 93,287. 14, Greg Walker, Chicago, 71,317. 15, Ricky Nelson, Seattle, 46,883. 16, x-Ken Phelps, Seattle, 1,647. 17, x-Steve Balboni, Kansas City, 510.

SECOND BASE | 1. Willie Randolph, New York, 902,008.

2. Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 740,405. 3, Frank White, Kansas City, 577,217. 4, Marty Barrett, Boston, 285,734. 5, Steve Lombardozzi, Minnesota, 281,555. 6, Jim Gantner, Milwaukee, 254,217. 7, Mark McLemore, California, 205,970. 8, Tony Bernazard, Cleveland, 187,214. 9, Tony Phillips, Oakland, 171,061. 10, Rick Burleson, Baltimore, 167,211. 11. Harold Reynolds, Seattle, 150,399. 12, Mike Sharperson, Toronto, 132,829. 13, Donnie Hill, Chicago, 95,074. 14, x-Garth Iorg, Toronto, 4,015. 15, x-Alan Wiggins, Baltimore, 1,261. 16. x-Manny Lee, Toronto, 1,260.

THIRD BASE | 1. Wade Boggs, Boston, 1,529,819.

2. George Brett, Kansas City, 699,970. 3, Ray Knight, Baltimore, 314,063. 4, Doug DeCinces, California, 271,742. 5, Kelly Gruber, Toronto, 244,224. 6, Gary Gaetti, Minnesota, 218,600. 7, Mike Pagliarulo, New York, 190,133. 8, Bill Madlock, Detroit, 186,323. 9, Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 184,802. 10, Carney Lansford, Oakland, 164,962. 11, Larry Parrish, Texas, 156,812. 12, Jim Presley, Seattle, 116,512. 13, Brook Jacoby, Cleveland, 115,717. 14, Darnell Coles, Detroit, 77,781. 15, Tim Hulett, Chicago, 38,708. 16, x-Mark McGwire, Oakland, 2,211. 17, x-Tom Brookens, Detroit, 1,496. 18, x-Jack Howell, California, 1,090.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 1,511,103.

2. Tony Fernandez, Toronto, 658,271. 3, Alan Trammell, Detroit, 465,346. 4, Dick Schofield, California, 260,535. 5, Buddy Biancalana, Kansas City, 211,818. 6, Alfredo Griffin, Oakland, 200,276. 7, Julio Franco, Cleveland, 200,092. 8, Scott Fletcher, Texas, 170,870. 9, Greg Gagne, Minnesota, 151,622. 10, Wayne Tolleson, New York, 138,740. 11. Rey Quinones, Seattle, 103,094. 12, Spike Owen, Boston, 86,209. 13, Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 83,746. 14, Edgar Diaz, Milwaukee, 71,829. 15, x-Dale Sveum, Milwaukee, 2,600. 16. x-Angel Salazar, Kansas City, 1,495. 17, x-Al Newman, Minnesota, 304.

OUTFIELD | 1. Rickey Henderson, New York, 1,341,900. 2. George Bell, Toronto, 1,144,575. 3. Dave Winfield, New York, 927,789.

4. Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 871,668. 5, Jesse Barfield, Toronto, 800,604. 6, Bo Jackson, Kansas City, 612,840. 7, Jim Rice, Boston, 488,416. 8, Lloyd Moseby, Toronto, 454,867. 9, Jose Canseco, Oakland, 392,688. 10, Pete Incaviglia, Texas, 346,030. 11, Rob Deer, Milwaukee, 341,948. 12, Dwight Evans, Boston, 328,775. 13, Willie Wilson, Kansas City, 317,729. 14, Brian Downing, California, 304,131. 15, Danny Tartabull, Kansas City, 282,249. 16, Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 275,396. 17, Fred Lynn, Baltimore, 244,684. 18. Kirk Gibson, Detroit, 234,800. 19, Joe Carter, Cleveland, 203,085. 20, Gary Pettis, California, 196,964. 21, Tom Brunansky, Minnesota, 177,622. 22, Dwayne Murphy, Oakland, 173, 727. 23, Harold Baines, Chicago, 167,366. 24, Gary Ward, New York, 166,890. 25, Mike Davis, Oakland, 159,306. 26, Brett Butler, Cleveland, 154,462. 27, Oddibe McDowell, Texas, 143,452. 28, Cory Snyder, Cleveland, 143,128.29, Devon White, California, 137,883. 30, Chet Lemon, Detroit, 136,213. 31, Glenn Braggs, Milwaukee, 133,342. 32, Dave Henderson, Boston, 128,644. 33, Ruben Sierra, Texas, 111,424. 34, Phil Bradley, Seattle, 108,270. 35, Randy Bush, Minnesota, 94,138. 36, Ivan Calderon, Chicago, 92,945. 37, Daryl Boston, Chicago, 92,010. 38, Mike Easler#, New York, 81,915. 39, Ken Gerhart, Baltimore, 79,982. 40, Mike Kingery, Seattle, 79,676. 41, Mickey Brantley, Seattle, 49,018. 42. x-Reggie Jackson, Oakland, 8,965. 43, x-John Moses, Seattle, 8,714.

x | denotes write-in candidate
# | player traded from other league

May 26, 1987

1987 All-NBA teams

As selected by a nationwide panel of 78 media members, with total points and first-team votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Larry Bird, Boston, 151 (73)

Forward | Kevin McHale, Boston, 125 (48)

Center | Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, 130 (56)

Guard | Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 156 (78)

Guard | Michael Jordan, Chicago, 154 (76)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 93 (20)

Forward | Charles Barkley, Philadelphia, 89 (17)

Center | Moses Malone, Washington, 80 (16)

Guard | Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 63 (1)

Guard | Fat Lever, Denver, 42 (1)

Others receiving votes | Rolando Blackman, Dallas, 25; Robert Parish, Boston, 10 (1); Kareem Adbul-Jabber, L.A. Lakers (1), 7; Sleepy Floyd, Golden State, 7; Clyde Drexler, Portland, 4; Dale Ellis, Dallas, 4; Doc Rivers, Atlanta, 4; Kiki Vandeweghe, Portland, 4; Jeff Malone, Washington, 3; Karl Malone, Utah, 3; Buck Williams, New Jersey, 3; Maurice Cheeks, Philadelphia, 2; Alex English, Denver, 2; Dennis Johnson, Boston, 2; Mark Aguirre, Dallas, 1; Walter Davis, Phoenix, 1; James Donaldson, Dallas, 1; Bill Laimbeer, Detroit, 1; Larry Nance, Phoenix, 1; Kevin Willis, Atlanta, 1; James Worthy, L.A. Lakers, 1.

March 14, 1987

Saturday Night’s Main Event X



1. Randy Savage (c) (with Miss Elizabeth) defeated George Steele by countout (singles match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship and the managerial services of Miss Elizabeth), 4:30

2. Hercules won a Battle Royal by last eliminating Billy Jack Haynes, 11:16

3. King Kong Bundy (with Bobby Heenan) defeated Jake Roberts by disqualification, 6:14

4. The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) (with Jimmy Hart and Danny Davis) (c) defeated Tito Santana and Dan Spivey (Tag team match for the WWF Tag Team Championship), 5:31

5. Ricky Steamboat defeated The Iron Sheik (with Slick), 3:29