October 29, 1988

Saturday Night’s Main Event XVII



1. Jake Roberts (with Cheryl Roberts) defeated Rick Rude (with Bobby Heenan) by disqualification, 7:22

2. Demolition (Ax and Smash) (with Mr. Fuji and Jimmy Hart) (c) defeated The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart), retaining the WWF Tag Team Championship, 5:58

3. Hulk Hogan (with Miss Elizabeth) defeated King Haku (with Bobby Heenan), 6:16

4. Dino Bravo (with Frenchy Martin) defeated Ken Patera, 3:03

5. The Big Boss Man (with Slick) defeated Jim Powers, 2:34

July 6, 1988

1988 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Gary Carter, New York, 825,407.

2. Benito Santiago, San Diego, 734,931. 3, Tony Pena, St. Louis, 697,488. 4, Mike LaValliere, Pittsburgh, 486,494. 5, Lance Parrish, Philadelphia, 442,969. 6, Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles, 375,709. 7, Alan Ashby, Houston, 336,455. 8, Bob Brenly, San Francisco, 290,877. 9, Jody Davis, Chicago, 275,307, 10, Bo Diaz, Cincinnati, 169,262. 11, Mike Fitzgerald, Montreal, 113,105. 12, Ozzie Virgil, Atlanta, 84,609. 13. Nelson Santovenia, Montreal, 5,420.

FIRST BASE | 1. Will Clark, San Francisco, 1,128,048.

2. Keith Hernandez, New York, 927,178. 3, Andres Galarraga, Montreal, 670,909. 4, Glenn Davis, Houston, 508,008. 5, Bob Horner, St. Louis, 366,763. 6, John Kruk, San Diego, 242,120. 7, Mike Marshall, Los Angeles, 234,055. 8, Sid Bream, Pittsburgh, 198,395. 9, Leon Durham, Cincinnati, 196,717. 10, Von Hayes, Philadelphia, 179,356. 11, Nick Esasky, Cincinnati, 114,448. 12, Gerald Perry, Atlanta, 86,179. 13. Mark Grace, Chicago, 21,955.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 1,196,386.

2. Robby Thompson, San Francisco, 598,145. 3, Steve Sax, Los Angeles, 540,051. 4, Bill Doran, Houston, 484,572. 5, Jose Lind, Pittsburgh, 313,493. 6, Juan Samuel, Philadelphia, 308,961. 7, Tim Teufel, New York, 267,955. 8, Tom Foley, Montreal, 216,126. 9, Jeff Treadway, Cincinnati, 181,077. 10, Randy Ready, San Diego, 143,383. 11, Damaso Garcia, Atlanta, 94,088. 12. Luis Alicea, St. Louis, 24,033.

THIRD BASE | 1. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 966,390.

2. Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, 849,170. 3, Terry Pendleton, St. Louis, 583,840. 4, Pedro Guerrero, Los Angeles, 445,606. 5, Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco, 414,179. 6, Tim Wallach, Montreal, 342,699. 7, Howard Johnson, New York, 289,318. 8, Vance Law, Chicago, 254,941. 9, Denny Walling, Houston, 247,320. 10, Buddy Bell, Houston, 230,384. 11. Chris Brown, San Diego, 108,641. 12, Ken Oberkfell, Atlanta 86,094. 12. Chris Sabo, Cincinnati, 36,416.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 2,106,757.

2. Jose Uribe, San Francisco, 491,915. 3, Barry Larkin, Cincinnati, 368,121. 4, Alfredo Griffin, Los Angeles, 334,046. 5, Shawon Dunston, Chicago, 305,591. 6, Rafael Ramirez, Houston, 297,977. 7, Kevin Elster, New York, 273,699. 8, Garry Templeton, San Diego, 187,063. 9, Luis Rivera, Montreal, 171,773. 10, Al Pedrique, Pittsburgh, 137,801. 11. Steve Jeltz, Philadelphia, 82,694. 12, Andres Thomas, Atlanta, 57,397. 12. Roberto Alomar, San Diego, 28,232.

OUTFIELD | 1. Darryl Strawberry, New York, 1,683,588. 2. Andre Dawson, Chicago, 1,124,694. 3. Vince Coleman, St. Louis, 871,263.

4. Tim Raines, Montreal, 789,514. 5, Willie McGee, St. Louis, 738,378. 6, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh, 729,329. 7, Eric Davis, Cincinnati, 700,613. 8, Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 624,543. 9. Kirk Gibson, Los Angeles, 540,981. 10, Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 527,950. 11, Dale Murphy, Atlanta, 494,064. 12, Tom Brunansky, St. Louis, 441,578. 13, Rafael Palmeiro, Chicago, 433,334. 14, Candy Maldonado, San Francisco, 389,054. 15, Brett Butler, San Francisco, 388,500. 16, Gerald Young, Houston, 382,626. 17, Kevin Bass, Houston, 377,092. 18. Bill Hatcher, Houston, 362,525. 19, Lenny Dykstra, New York, 315,518. 20, Kevin McReynolds, New York, 262,879. 21, Hubie Brooks, Montreal, 242,155. 22, Kal Daniels, Cincinnati, 234,604. 23, Mitch Webster, Montreal, 184,400. 24, John Shelby, Los Angeles, 179,807. 25, Dave Martinez, Chicago, 177,258. 26, Mike Davis, Los Angeles, 172,970. 27, Jim Lindeman, St. Louis, 157,736. 28, Darnell Coles, Pittsburgh, 152,056. 29, Keith Moreland, San Diego, 113,173. 30, Phil Bradley, Philadelphia, 101,571. 31, Ken Griffey, Atlanta, 91,253. 32. Dion James, Atlanta, 89,730. 33, Milt Thompson, Philadelphia, 83,823. 34, Tracy Jones, Cincinnati 82,310. 35, Stan Jefferson, San Diego, 61,154. 36, Chris James, Philadelphia, 48,367. 37. Mike Aldrete, San Francisco, 8,391.

1988 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Terry Steinbach, Oakland, 690,438.

2. Carlton Fisk, Chicago, 606,172. 3. B.J. Surhoff, Milwaukee, 572,322. 4. Bob Boone, California, 386,725. 5. Tim Laudner, Minnesota, 357,406. 6. Andy Allanson, Cleveland, 338,133. 7. Ernie Whitt, Toronto, 315,081. 8. Terry Kennedy, Baltimore, 288,483. 9. Mike Heath, Detroit, 270,911. 10. Jamie Quirk, Kansas City, 235,170. 11. Joel Skinner, New York, 234,915. 12. Rich Gedman, Boston, 214,442. 13. Mickey Stanley, Texas, 147,781. 14. Dave Valle, Seattle, 77,432. 15. Don Slaught, New York, 45,731.



FIRST BASE | 1. Mark McGwire, Oakland, 1,255,858.

2. Don Mattingly, New York, 1,070,378. 3. George Brett, Kansas City, 694,405. 4. Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 384,229. 5. Fred McGriff, Toronto, 220,708. 6. Wally Joyner, California, 199,955. 7. Willie Upshaw, Cleveland, 188,111. 8. Greg Brock, Milwaukee, 183,945. 9. Pete O'Brien, Texas, 171,675. 10. Darrell Evans, Detroit, 157,693. 11. Eddie Murray, Baltimore, 110,385. 12. Dwight Evans, Boston, 98,593. 13. Alvin Davis, Seattle, 90,028. 14. Greg Walker, Chicago, 65,192. 15. Bill Buckner, Kansas City, 188.

SECOND BASE | 1. Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 847,278.

2. Willie Randolph, New York, 601,984. 3. Glenn Hubbard, Oakland, 563,884. 4. Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 535,889. 5. Tommy Herr, Minnesota, 437,195. 6. Julio Franco, Cleveland, 425,153. 7. Frank White, Kansas City, 352,417. 8. Bill Ripken, Baltimore, 326,073. 9. Steve Lombardozzi, Minnesota, 316,546. 10. Marty Barrett, Boston, 217,674. 11. Nelson Liriano, Toronto, 149,986. 12. Mark McLemore, California, 147,792. 13. Jerry Browne, Texas, 136,805. 14. Harold Reynolds, Seattle, 117,035. 15. Fred Manrique, Chicago, 87,951. 16. Johnny Ray, California, 3,925.

THIRD BASE | 1. Wade Boggs, Boston, 1,252,976.

2. Carney Lansford, Oakland, 1,089,430. 3. Gary Gaetti, Minnesota, 527,939. 4. Kevin Seitzer, Kansas City, 395,926. 5. Mike Pagliarulo, New York, 337,220. 6. Brook Jacoby, Cleveland, 281,299. 7. Jim Gantner, Milwaukee, 182,115. 8. Ray Knight, Detroit, 174,065. 9. Rance Mulliniks, Toronto, 169,459. 10. Steve Buechele, Texas, 158,663. 11. Rick Schu, Baltimore 99,862. 12. Jack Howell, California, 96,118. 13. Ken Williams, Chicago, 64,255. 14. Jim Presley, Seattle, 56,366. 15. Kelly Gruber, Toronto, 11,572.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Alan Trammell, Detroit, 917,213.

2. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 785,760. 3. Walt Weiss, Oakland, 558,773. 4. Tony Fernandez, Toronto, 448,868. 5. Kurt Stillwell, Kansas City, 414,352. 6. Greg Gagne, Minnesota, 311,514. 7. Rafael Santana, New York, 290,469. 8. Jay Bell, Cleveland, 241,413. 9. Dale Sveum, Milwaukee, 204,804. 10. Scott Fletcher, Texas, 184,599. 11. Dick Schofield, California, 169,040. 12. Ozzie Guillen, Chicago, 162,029. 13. Spike Owen, Boston, 108,053. 14. Rey Quinones, Seattle, 73,552. 15. Luis Salazar, Detroit, 756.

OUTFIELD | 1. Jose Canseco, Oakland, 1,765,499. 2. Dave Winfield, New York, 1,737,729. 3. Rickey Henderson, New York, 910,573.

4. Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, 832,951. 5. Joe Carter, Cleveland, 645,970. 6. George Bell, Toronto, 561,008. 7. Dave Parker, Oakland, 532,618. 8. Bo Jackson, Kansas City, 493,066. 9. Jack Clark, New York, 490,339. 10. Tom Brunansky, Minnesota, 409,918. 11. Cory Snyder, Cleveland, 401,393. 12. Don Baylor, Oakland, 398,228. 13. Dan Gladden, Minnesota, 350,557. 14. Danny Tartabull, Kansas City, 317,135. 15. Jeffrey Leonard, Milwaukee, 302,943. 16. Willie Wilson, Kansas City, 277,253. 17. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 275,117. 18. Jesse Barfield, Toronto, 272,071. 19. Pete Incaviglia, Texas, 268,646. 20. Mike Greenwell, Boston, 257,323. 21. Mel Hall, Cleveland, 251,532. 22. Matt Nokes, Detroit, 218,052. 23. Lloyd Moseby, Toronto, 197,580. 24. Chet Lemon, Detroit, 190,539. 25. Ruben Sierra, Texas, 190,320. 26. Glenn Braggs, Milwaukee, 184,775. 27. Rob Deer, Milwaukee 179,890. 28. Jim Rice, Boston, 177,800. 29. Ellis Burks, Boston, 163,940. 30. Fred Lynn, Baltimore, 160,538. 31. Gary Pettis, Detroit, 154,313. 32. Brian Downing, California, 141,264. 33. Oddibe McDowell, Texas, 141,065. 34. Chili Davis, California, 130,348. 35. Harold Baines, Chicago, 109,302. 36. Devon White, California, 100,133. 37. Ivan Calderon, Chicago, 92,878. 38. Larry Sheets, Baltimore, 81,175. 39. Dan Pasqua, Chicago, 80,471. 40. Mickey Brantley, Seattle, 70,618. 41. Jeff Stone, Baltimore, 69,866. 42. Glenn Wilson, Seattle, 62,841. 43. Mike Kingery, Seattle, 52,544. 44. Dave Henderson, Oakland, 7,173.

June 9, 1988

1988 All-NBA teams

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Larry Bird, Boston, 159 (79)

Forward | Charles Barkley, Philadelphia, 113 (40)

Center | Akeem Olajuwon, Houston, 157 (77)

Guard | Michael Jordan, Chicago, 160 (80)

Guard | Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 155 (75)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Karl Malone, Utah, 92 (20)

Forward | Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 87 (20)

Center | Patrick Ewing, New York, 41 (3)

Guard | Clyde Drexler, Portland, 60

Guard | John Stockton, Utah, 52 (4)

Others receiving votes | Fat Lever, Denver, 29 (3); Kevin McHale, Boston, 20 (1); Moses Malone, Washington, 19; Brad Daugherty, Cleveland, 15; Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 14; Dale Ellis, Seattle and Buck Williams, New Jersey, 3. Mark Aguirre, Dallas, Rolando Blackman, Dallas, Mark Jackson, New York and Byron Scott, L.A. Lakers, 2; Alex English, Denver, Robert Parish, Boston, Kevin Duckworth, Portland, Mark Eaton, Utah, Charles Oakley, Chicago, Jack Sikma, Milwaukee and James Worthy, L.A. Lakers, 1.