December 20, 1984

Battle of the Network Stars XVII


STANDINGS | 1. NBC

2. ABC
3. CBS

Swimming relay | 1. NBC

James B. Sikking
Stepfanie Kramer
Mark Harmon
Jane Badler
Marc Singer

2. ABC
3. CBS

Kayak relay | 1. ABC, 3:55.78 (including penalty)

Tony Danza
Heather Locklear
Tracy Scoggins
William Shatner

2. CBS
3. NBC

3-on-3 football | 1. NBC

Quarterback | James B. Sikking

2. ABC
3. CBS

Baseball dunk | 1. ABC

2. NBC
3. CBS

Leading scorer | Tony Lo Bianco, ABC



Obstacle course | 1. NBC

2. ABC
3. CBS

Best time (men) | Mark Harmon, NBC, 17.96
Best time (women) | Tracy Scoggins, ABC, 22.52

Tandem bike relay | 1. NBC, 2:10.91

Marc Singer / Kim Fields
Michael J. Fox / Stepfanie Kramer
Mark Harmon / Jane Badler

2. ABC
3. CBS

Running relay | 1. NBC, 2:03.78

Michael J. Fox
Kim Fields
Mark Harmon
Jane Badler
Stepfanie Kramer
Marc Singer

2. ABC
3. CBS

Tug of War | NBC beat ABC

Mark Harmon
Kim Fields
Marc Singer
Teri Copley
James B. Sikking

All-Battle team | Mark Harmon, Marc Singer, James B. Sikking, Kim Fields, Michael J. Fox, Stepfanie Kramer and Jane Badler (NBC), Tracy Scoggins (ABC)

Injury report | Jennifer O’Neill (knee)

July 5, 1984

1984 NL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Gary Carter, Montreal, 1,067,704.

2. Terry Kennedy, San Diego, 866,790. 3. Darrell Porter, St. Louis, 623,515. 4. Steve Yeager, Los Angeles, 579,376. 5. Jody Davis, Chicago, 555,376. 6. Tony Pena, Pittsburgh, 448,846. 7. Bruce Benedict, Atlanta, 275,356. 8. Bo Diaz, Philadelphia, 196,641.

FIRST BASE | 1. Steve Garvey, San Diego, 1,701,083.

2. Keith Hernandez, Mets, 1,041,428. 3. Al Oliver, San Francisco, 555,995. 4. Chris Chambliss, Atlanta, 443,293. 5. Jason Thompson, Pittsburgh, 248,153. 6. Ray Knight, Houston, 240,178. 7. Dan Driessen, Cincinnati, 162,481. 8. David Green, St. Louis, 146,737.

SECOND BASE | 1. Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 1,099,824.

2. Steve Sax, Los Angeles, 857,944. 3. Alan Wiggins, San Diego, 855,635. 4. Manny Trillo, San Francisco, 705,741. 5. Glenn Hubbard, Atlanta, 463,537. 6. Tommy Herr, St. Louis, 341,437. 7. Johnny Ray, Pittsburgh, 241,135. 8. Bill Doran, Houston, 178,089.

THIRD BASE | 1. Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, 1,638,291.

2. Graig Nettles, San Diego, 1,041,156. 3. Ron Cey, Chicago, 589,862. 4. Ken Oberkfell, Atlanta, 358,221. 5. Pedro Guerrero, Los Angeles, 312,936. 6. Bill Madlock, Pittsburgh, 302,361. 7. Tim Wallach, Montreal, 198,529. 8. Phil Garner, Houston, 160,926.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Ozzie Smith, St. Louis, 1,514,455.

2. Garry Templeton, San Diego, 905,935. 3. Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, 466,567. 4. Rafael Ramirez, Atlanta, 428,683. 5. Bill Russell, 382,621. 6. Ivan DeJesus, Philadelphia, 280,861. 7. Johnny LeMaster, San Francisco, 278,778. 8. Dale Berra, Pittsburgh, 203,410.

OUTFIELD | 1. Darryl Strawberry, Mets, 1,565,044. 2. Dale Murphy, Atlanta, 1,379,722. 3. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 1,116,657.

4. Pete Rose, Montreal, 789,416. 5. Leon Durham, Chicago, 704,032. 6. Jack Clark, San Francisco, 606,716. 7. Claudell Washington, Atlanta, 538,714. 8. Andre Dawson, Montreal, 530,688. 9. Tim Raines, Montreal, 525,125. 10. Mike Marshall, Los Angeles, 504,372. 11. Dave Parker, Cincinnati, 460,504. 12. Gary Matthews, Chicago. 439,824. 13. Ken Landreaux, Los Angeles, 431,195. 14. Willie McGee, St. Louis, 405,652. 15. George Hendrick, St. Louis, 398,735. 16. Lonnie Smith, St. Louis, 352,154.

1984 AL All-Star voting

CATCHER | 1. Lance Parrish, Detroit, 1,524,616.

2. Carlton Fisk, Chicago, 831,386. 3. Bob Boone, California, 591,414. 4. Rick Dempsey, Baltimore, 471,344. 5. Jim Sundberg, Milwaukee, 273,181. 6. Ted Simmons, Milwaukee, 239,058. 7. John Wathan, Kansas City, 181,083. 8. Mike Heath, Oakland, 177,974.

FIRST BASE | 1. Rod Carew, California, 1,219,420.

2. Eddie Murray, Baltimore, 1,128,745. 3. Darrell Evans, Detroit, 662,213. 4. Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee, 427,630. 5. Willie Upshaw, Toronto, 395,483. 6. Bill Buckner, Boston, 312,008. 7. Kent Hrbek, Minnesota, 251,150. 8. Tom Paciorek, Chicago, 221,783.

SECOND BASE | 1. Lou Whitaker, Detroit, 1,341,177.

2. Bobby Grich, California, 588,897. 3. Damaso Garcia, Toronto, 493,670. 4. Julio Cruz, Chicago, 445,297. 5. Willie Randolph, Yankees, 434,833. 6. Jim Gantner, Milwaukee, 379,859. 7. Frank White, Kansas City, 372,577. 8. Rich Dauer, Baltimore, 240,360.

THIRD BASE | 1. George Brett, Kansas City, 1,594,542.

2. Doug DeCinces, California, 880,441. 3. Wade Boggs, Boston, 563,149. 4. Buddy Bell, Texas, 415,525. 5. Vance Law, Chicago, 222,383. 6. Carney Lansford, Oakland, 202,581. 7. John Castino, Minnesota, 137,292. 8. Toby Harrah, Yankees, 120,213.

SHORTSTOP | 1. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 1,442,082.

2. Alan Trammell, Detroit, 1,154,353. 3. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 712,157. 4. Alfredo Griffin, Toronto, 329,533. 5. U.L. Washington, Kansas City, 268,640. 6. Tim Foli, Yankees, 226,531. 7. Dick Schofield, California, 179,025. 8. Julio Franco, Cleveland, 110,225.

OUTFIELD | 1. Dave Winfield, Yankees, 1,252,242. 2. Chet Lemon, Detroit, 1,106,485. 3. Reggie Jackson, California, 1,012,397.

4. Jim Rice, Boston, 879,099. 5. Ron Kittle, Chicago, 871,494. 6. Fred Lynn, California, 843,334. 7. Rickey Henderson, Oakland, 802,238. 8. Lloyd Moseby, Toronto, 549,276. 9. Larry Herndon, Detroit, 494,470. 10. Greg Luzinski, Chicago, 418,147. 11. Brian Downing, California, 403,775. 12. Ben Oglivie, Milwaukee, 402,217. 13. Tony Armas, Boston, 398,876. 14. Dwight Evans, Boston, 346,263. 15. Harold Baines, Chicago, 335,406. 16. John Lowenstein, Baltimore, 312,480.

June 6, 1984

1984 All-NBA teams

As selected by a nationwide panel of 76 media members, with total points and first-team votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Larry Bird, Boston, 151 (75)

Forward | Bernard King, New York, 113 (43)

Center | Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, L.A. Lakers, 116 (52)

Guard | Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 148 (72)

Guard | Isiah Thomas, Detroit, 126 (53)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Adrian Dantley, Utah, xxx (xx)

Forward | Julius Erving, Philadelphia, xxx (24)

Center | Moses Malone, Philadelphia, xxx (xx)

Guard | Sidney Moncrief, Milwaukee, xx (x)

Guard | Jim Paxson, Portland, xx (x)

Others receiving votes | xxx

May 3, 1984

Battle of the Network Stars XVI


STANDINGS | 1. CBS

2. NBC
3. ABC

Kayak relay | 1. ABC

C. Thomas Howell
Shari Belafonte-Harper
Heather Locklear
John James

2. NBC
3. CBS

Swimming relay | 1. CBS

William Devane
Charlene Tilton
Richard Dean Anderson
Abby Dalton
Billy Moses

2. NBC
3. ABC

3-on-3 football | 1. CBS

Quarterback | William Devane
Touchdowns | Abby Dalton 2, Richard Dean Anderson 2

2. NBC
3. ABC

Obstacle course | 1. NBC

2. CBS
3. ABC

Best time (men) | Mark Harmon, NBC, 18.63
Best time (women) | Lisa Whelchel, NBC, 25.25

Tandem bike relay | 1. ABC

Ted Lange / Heather Locklear
James Darren / Shari Belafonte-Harper
John James / Shawn Weatherly

2. CBS
3. NBC

Running relay | 1. ABC

Ted Lange
Shari Belafonte-Harper
C. Thomas Howell
Shawn Weatherly
Heather Locklear
John James

2. NBC
3. CBS

Tug of War | CBS beat NBC

Richard Dean Anderson
Billy Moses
Sarah Douglas
Abby Dalton
Douglas Sheehan

All-Battle team John James, Heather Locklear, Shari Belafonte-Harper and Shawn Weatherly (ABC), William Devane, Richard Dean Anderson, Abby Dalton and Billy Moses (CBS)