Men's soccer vs. Boston University, 3 p.m., Ohiri Field
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Fernando Looks Maaaavelous
Lefthander Fernando Valenzuela opens the National League playoffs for the Los Angeles Dodgers tomorrow night and his appearance on the mound may force St. Louis to bench rookie speedster Vince Coleman.
Cardinal Manager Whitey Herzog said yesterday he was considering using right-handed hitting Tito Landrum in place of Coleman, who stole a rookie record 110 bases as St. Louis' leadoff man this season.
Coleman is a switch hitter but has more success batting from the left side. Landrum batted .280 as a part-timer for the Cards this season and is best remembered for the home run that won the pennant for Baltimore in the fourth game of the 1983 playoffs.
Asked about the switch, Herzog said, "I don't know yet, I've got to weigh that one."
Herzog did say that he would start right-swinging Cesar Cedeno in right field against Valenzuela.