May 3rd 1994,
The Expos win streak stopped at 4 tonight when Delino DeShields and the Los Angeles Dodgers won the 2nd game of the 3 games series between both clubs.
After a single against starter Butch Henry and a stolen base to start the game, DeShields scored the first point of the game when Wil Cordero misplayed a liner from Jose Offerman.
The Expos would tie the score in the 4th on three consecutive singles from Cordero, Larry Walker and Moises Alou.
The 5th inning would be Henry’s last one as he gave up 3 points on 3 singles, one walk, and a second error from Cordero.
Todd Worrell closed the game in the 9th after giving one run on an Alou double after an out.
LAD 100 030 000 4 11 0
MTL 000 100 001 2 7 2
WP: Orel Hershiser
LP: Butch Henry (2-1)
S: Todd Worrell
2B: Alou (8)
Delino DeShields haunted his ex-teammates reaching bases 4 times with 2 scores:
NL East Standings:
ATL 15-10 --- .600
MTL 15-11 0.5 .577
FLA 14-12 1.5 .538
NYM 12-13 3.0 .480
PHI 11-15 4.5 .423
Dodgers @ Expos
Tom Candiotti vs. Kirk Reuter (0-3) 4.50