Zeile hits HR for 11th different team

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) -- The last time Todd Zeile had
visited Puerto Rico was 15 years ago -- for a wedding. He returned
Friday and had his own little party.

Zeile hit two home runs in the Montreal Expos' 6-2 win over the
Florida Marlins and became the first player in major league history
to homer for 11 teams.

The third baseman thinks the achievement is a statistic more
than a record.

"It's an interesting sidenote to my career," said Zeile, cut
by the New York Yankees before Montreal signed him last month. "At
least it beats the record of four errors in a game I had for a

Zeile had his 13th multi-homer game of his career and first since
May 27, 2000, while with the New York Mets. He also helped drop
Florida one game behind Philadelphia in the NL wild-card race.

"Zeile gave us the big lift with the two homers," Expos
manager Frank Robinson said. "It's nice to get some late-inning

Montreal improved to 11-6 in Puerto Rico, where it plays 22
"home" games this season. The game, which drew 11,509, was
delayed for 1 hour, 12 minutes in the bottom of the fourth because
of a power outage at Hiram Bithorn Stadium.

"I thought, 'Oh, oh, here we go again," Robinson said.

Livan Hernandez (15-8) allowed one run and seven hits in eight
innings. He struck out five.

"I felt very good after the blackout. I actually felt
stronger," Hernandez said.

Montreal reliever Rocky Biddle allowed a leadoff homer in the
ninth to Derrek Lee and walked Miguel Cabrera. Luis Ayala replaced
Biddle and closed it out.

Mark Redman (11-9) had allowed only one hit until the Expos
scored four times in the sixth.

With two outs, Vladimir Guerrero walked and Wil Cordero singled.
Zeile then hit a three-run shot. Joe Vitiello homered on the next
pitch for a 4-1 lead.

Montreal added another run in the seventh on an RBI single by
Jose Vidro off reliever Nate Bump. Zeile homered again in the

Florida scored its only run in the fourth on an RBI double by
Miguel Cabrera.

Game notes
The island's electric authority spokesman, Ada Torres Toro,
said there was some problem with the stadium's electric system but
didn't elaborate. ... Marlins manager Jack McKeon guided the Ponce
Lions and San Juan Senators of Puerto Rico's Winter League in
1972-79. ... Montreal team president Tony Tavares said the Expos
will not have any September callups, saying they are
"substantially over budget."