April 17, 2012 in Sports

Monday’s baseball box scores

 

AMERICAN

Rays 1, Red Sox 0

James Shields allowed four hits in 8 1/3 innings, and the Rays won at Boston to avoid a four-game sweep. The only run came when Daniel Bard (0-2) walked Evan Longoria on four pitches with the bases loaded in the seventh. Shields gave up four singles and two walks while striking out five as the Rays finally shut down the team that had outscored them 31-11 in the previous three games.

Tampa Bay ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jennings cf 402011.250
C.Pena 1b 301021.351
Longoria 3b 400112.297
Scott dh 401000.368
Zobrist rf 201011.235
Joyce lf 401000.250
Keppinger 2b 200010.229
Brignac ss 100001.077
J.Molina c 400001.227
S.Rodrigz ss-2b 311011.200
Totals 3117178
Boston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aviles ss 400001.257
Pedroia 2b 301010.293
Ad.Gonzalez 1b 401001.300
Ortiz dh 300010.410
1-Repko pr 000000.000
C.Ross cf 402002.273
Sweeney rf 300001.357
Punto 3b 200011.333
Saltlmcchia c 300000.100
D.McDonald lf 300000.095
Totals 2904036
Tampa Bay 000000100—170
Boston 000000000—040

1-ran for Ortiz in the 9th. LOB—Tampa Bay 11, Boston 5. 2B—Jennings (2). RBIs—Longoria (6). SB—Jennings (2). CS—Zobrist (1), C.Ross (1). RLSP—Tampa Bay 7, Boston 2. RISP—Tampa Bay 0 for 7; Boston 0 for 3. RMU—Ad.Gonzalez, Sweeney. GIDP—Joyce, Keppinger, Ortiz.

DP—Tampa Bay 2, Boston 2.

Tampa Bay IPHRERBBSOERA
Shields W,2-0 81/3400253.38
Rodney S, -4 2/3000110.00
Boston IPHRERBBSOERA
Bard L,0-2 62/3411774.63
J.Thomas 11/3100013.38
Albers 1200005.40

IR-S—Rodney 1-0, J.Thomas 3-0. IBB—Ortiz. HBP—Zobrist. WP—Shields. T—3:08. A—38,108 (37,067).

Twins 7, Yankees 3

Carl Pavano quieted an unfriendly Yankee Stadium crowd with seven solid innings, Justin Morneau played in the field for the first time this season and hit a long homer, and Minnesota earned a rare victory in New York. Joe Mauer had three hits, including two doubles, and every position player had a hit in a tweaked Minnesota lineup. Minnesota won for just the sixth time in 34 regular-season games in the Bronx since Ron Gardenhire took over as manager in 2002.

Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Span cf 501002.366
J.Carroll ss 512100.222
Mauer dh 413110.297
Willingham lf 511103.389
Morneau 1b 512100.231
Doumit c 512100.250
Valencia 3b 411102.265
C.Thomas rf 301100.333
A.Casilla 2b 311010.208
Totals 39714727
New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jeter ss 412100.378
Granderson cf 412101.225
A.Rodriguez 3b 412000.250
Cano 2b 300011.244
Teixeira 1b 402100.250
Swisher rf 400001.225
Ibanez dh 401000.222
Martin c 300002.160
a-Er.Chavez ph 100000.250
Gardner lf 400001.269
Totals 3539316
Minnesota 200021020—7141
New York 300000000—390

a-flied out for Martin in the 9th. E—Valencia (1). LOB—Minnesota 8, New York 6. 2B—Mauer 2 (2), Valencia (2), A.Casilla (1). HR—Morneau (2), off F.Garcia; Jeter (3), off Pavano; Granderson (3), off Pavano. RBIs—J.Carroll (4), Mauer (6), Willingham (8), Morneau (3), Doumit (1), Valencia (3), C.Thomas (3), Jeter (7), Granderson (6), Teixeira (3). SB—Mauer (1). CS—J.Carroll (1). RLSP—Minnesota 4, New York 1. RISP—Minnesota 5 for 11; New York 1 for 4. GIDP—Cano. DP—Minnesota 1, New York 1.

Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Pavano W,1-1 7733165.23
Duensing 1100004.50
Capps 1100004.50
New York IPHRERBBSOERA
F.Garcia L,0-1 52/3955056.97
Logan 2/3000201.93
Wade 12/3422012.70
Rapada 1100016.00

IR-S—Wade 1-0. HBP—C.Thomas. T—3:04. A—40,218 (50,291).

Tigers 3, Royals 2

Justin Verlander beat Kansas City once again, surviving a shaky ninth inning to deliver Detroit a victory at Kansas City, Mo. Austin Jackson hit a leadoff homer and Brandon Inge added a two-run shot in the fifth for the Tigers, giving their reigning A.L. Cy Young winner enough support when things got tight. Verlander threw 131 pitches in improving to 14-2 lifetime against the Royals. Danny Duffy (1-1) did his best to hang tough against Verlander, keeping the Tigers’ potent lineup at bay most of the game. He allowed three runs on seven hits and a walk in 6 1/3 innings.

Detroit ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Jackson cf 311111.405
Boesch rf 401001.244
Kelly rf 000000.250
Mi.Cabrera 3b 300011.222
Fielder 1b 300011.324
D.Young dh 400001.273
Raburn lf 400000.065
Jh.Peralta ss 413001.324
Avila c 401003.310
Inge 2b 311200.167
Totals 3237339
Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Gordon lf 511003.128
Getz 2b 300001.292
Hosmer 1b 300010.200
Butler dh 402100.317
1-Bourgeois pr 010000.200
Francoeur rf 400002.256
Moustakas 3b 400002.229
Quintero c 402100.368
Maier cf 302011.267
A.Escobar ss 300000.243
Totals 3327229
Detroit 100020000—370
Kansas City 100000001—270

1-ran for Butler in the 9th. LOB—Detroit 5, Kansas City 8. 2B—Jh.Peralta 2 (6), A.Gordon (1). HR—A.Jackson (2), off Duffy; Inge (1), off Duffy. RBIs—A.Jackson (4), Inge 2 (2), Butler (9), Quintero (2). SB—Maier (1), A.Escobar (2). S—Getz. RLSP—Detroit 3, Kansas City 5. RISP—Detroit 1 for 8; Kansas City 2 for 9. RMU—Boesch, Francoeur, Moustakas. GIDP—Fielder. DP—Kansas City 1.

Detroit IPHRERBBSOERA
Verlander W,1-1 9722292.13
Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
Duffy L,1-1 62/3733172.13
Crow 11/3000205.06
G.Holland 1000026.35

IR-S—Crow 1-0. IBB—Fielder. HBP—A.Escobar. T—2:37. A—14,039 (37,903).

Orioles 10, ChiSox 4 (10)

Matt Wieters homered twice, including a 10th-inning grand slam, lifting Baltimore to a come-from-behind win at Chicago. The White Sox took a 4-1 lead into the eighth, but Baltimore hit three solo homers against a pair of relievers to send the game into extra innings. Chicago reliever Zach Stewart (0-1) allowed six runs in the 10th. Wieters went deep off Jesse Crain in the eighth to make it 4-2. Nolan Reimold and Adam Jones homered off rookie closer Hector Santiago in the ninth to tie it.

Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
En.Chavez lf 300001.067
a-Reimld ph-lf 322201.353
Hardy ss 511010.179
Markakis rf 611003.211
Ad.Jones cf 622101.341
Wieters c 423521.344
N.Johnson dh 400002.000
b-R.Plino ph-dh 200001.467
Mar.Rynlds 3b 411111.172
C.Davis 1b 513102.387
Andino 2b 402012.324
Totals 46101510515
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
De Aza cf 411101.250
Morel 3b 310002.103
c-Fukudome ph 100001.200
A.Dunn dh 500003.200
Konerko 1b 401201.371
Pierzynski c 313110.370
Rios rf 401000.200
Al.Ramirez ss 401001.257
Viciedo lf 301001.286
1-Lillibridge pr-lf 110000.000
Beckham 2b 400001.115
Totals 36484111
Baltimore 0001000126—10153
Chicago 0100021000—481

a-struck out for En.Chavez in the 7th. c-struck out for Morel in the 10th. 1-ran for Viciedo in the 7th. E—C.Davis (2), Wieters 2 (3), De Aza (1). LOB—Baltimore 11, Chicago 5. 2B—Markakis (2), Mar.Reynolds (3), C.Davis (4), Konerko (5). HR—Wieters (3), off Crain; Reimold (3), off H.Santiago; Ad.Jones (4), off H.Santiago; Wieters (4), off Z.Stewart; Pierzynski (3), off Arrieta. RBIs—Reimold 2 (6), Ad.Jones (5), Wieters 5 (9), Mar.Reynolds (3), C.Davis (4), De Aza (5), Konerko 2 (9), Pierzynski (9). SB—Rios (1), Lillibridge (1). S—Morel. SF—De Aza. RLSP—Baltimore 6, Chicago 2. RISP—Baltimore 6 for 16; Chicago 1 for 6. GIDP—Viciedo. DP—Baltimore 1.

Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
Arrieta 62/3742172.66
Lindstrom 11/3100010.00
Strop W,1-1 2000031.29
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Humber 51/3611371.69
Ohman 2/30000212.00
Thornton H, 3 1000020.00
Crain H,2 1211113.60
H.Sntgo BS, 1-4 1222126.75
Z.Stewart L,0-1 1561014.50

IBB—Pierzynski. WP—Humber. T—3:32. A—13,732 (40,615).

Angels 6, Athletics 0

Kendrys Morales hit his first homer in nearly two years and drove in four runs, and Jered Weaver recorded his 1,000th career strikeout while pitching five-hit ball into the seventh inning of Los Angeles’ victory over Oakland in Anaheim, Calif. Morales followed his three-run homer in the first inning with an eighth-inning double to score Albert Pujols, who went 2 for 4 with a double. Pujols still hasn’t homered in 10 games with the Angels, but his new cleanup hitter provided plenty of power as Los Angeles opened a weeklong homestand with just its second victory in six games. Morales staked Weaver (2-0) to a healthy lead, and the A.L. Cy Young runner-up retired the first 11 batters he faced.

Oakland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
J.Weeks 2b 400011.196
Crisp cf 400000.146
Reddick rf 402002.237
S.Smith lf 301001.250
a-J.Gomes ph-lf 100000.143
K.Suzuki c 401000.194
Barton 1b 400001.190
Pennington ss 401001.231
Ka’aihue dh 401000.438
Sogard 3b 300011.176
Totals 3506027
Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aybar ss 500000.189
H.Kendrick 2b 411002.316
Pujols 1b 422000.268
K.Morales dh 413400.265
1-Trumbo pr-dh 010000.375
Tor.Hunter rf 402001.278
V.Wells lf 311010.237
M.Izturis 3b 301010.462
Iannetta c 300111.308
Bourjos cf 301000.259
Totals 33611534
Oakland 000000000—060
Los Angeles 30000003x—6113

a-grounded out for S.Smith in the 8th. 1-ran for K.Morales in the 8th. E—V.Wells (1), Aybar (2), H.Kendrick (1). LOB—Oakland 10, Los Angeles 7. 2B—Reddick (2), Pujols (4), K.Morales (2), Tor.Hunter (3). HR—K.Morales (1), off McCarthy. RBIs—K.Morales 4 (4), Iannetta (8). SB—Crisp (2). RLSP—Oakland 7, Los Angeles 2. RISP—Oakland 0 for 8; Los Angeles 2 for 8. RMU—M.Izturis. DP—Oakland 1.

Oakland IPHRERBBSOERA
McCarthy L, 0-2 71155043.60
Carignan 1011306.23
Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Weaver W, 2-0 62/3500162.18
Jepsen H, 2 1/3000006.75
S.Downs H, 1 1100000.00
Hawkins 1000110.00

McCarthy pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. IR-S—Carignan 1-1, Jepsen 2-0. HBP—Bourjos. WP—Carignan. T—2:48. A—27,338 (45,957).

NATIONAL

Mets 6, Braves 1

Ike Davis hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer and Dillon Gee pitched four-hit ball over seven innings, leading New York to victory at Atlanta. The Mets snapped Atlanta’s five-game winning streak and added to their three-game sweep of the Braves in New York to start the season. Gee (1-1) was never in much trouble. Atlanta put together a couple of hits and a walk in the second inning, leading to its only run on Jack Wilson’s RBI groundout.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Tejada ss 411100.289
Dan.Murphy 2b 400000.263
D.Wright 3b 311010.542
I.Davis 1b 411300.139
Bay lf 411101.194
Duda rf 400001.189
Thole c 412000.375
Nieuwenhuis cf 311011.292
Gee p 100001.000
Rauch p 000000—-
b-Baxter ph 100001.000
Byrdak p 000000—-
Totals 3267525
Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Bourn cf 401001.244
Prado lf 400000.256
C.Jones 3b 400000.313
McCann c 411000.273
Uggla 2b 401001.211
Heyward rf 302001.375
Hinske 1b 300012.300
J.Wilson ss 300100.000
Hanson p 200001.200
a-J.Frncsco ph 100001.154
L.Hernandez p 000000—-
Totals 3215117
New York 001003101—671
Atlanta 010000000—151

a-struck out for Hanson in the 7th. b-struck out for Rauch in the 9th. E—Thole (1), Hanson (1). LOB—New York 3, Atlanta 6. 2B—Tejada (6). HR—I.Davis (2), off Hanson; Bay (2), off L.Hernandez. RBIs—Tejada (4), I.Davis 3 (5), Bay (4), J.Wilson (3). SB—Bourn 2 (4), Heyward (3). S—Gee 2. RLSP—New York 1, Atlanta 6. RISP—New York 1 for 4; Atlanta 0 for 7. RMU—Tejada, Dan.Murphy, J.Wilson 2.

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Gee W,1-1 7411152.92
Rauch 1100000.00
Byrdak 1000020.00
Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
Hanson L,1-2 7554243.71
L.Hernandez 2211014.76

IBB—D.Wright. WP—Hanson. Catchers’ interference—Thole. T—2:24. A—16,161 (49,586).

Nationals 6, Astros 3

Stephen Strasburg pitched six innings for his second win of the season to lead host Washington to a victory over Houston. Strasburg looked nearly unhittable for five innings, allowing just three singles, but the Astros got to him in the sixth for two runs and three hits. Strasburg (2-0) walked one and struck out five. Steve Lombardozzi had three singles and a two-run double in the sixth off Kyle Weiland (0-2) that gave Washington a 4-2 lead.

Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Schafer cf 511002.237
Lowrie ss 411012.250
J.Martinez lf 400014.333
Ca.Lee 1b 400000.268
T.Buck rf 412001.375
C.Johnson 3b 402200.326
J.Castro c 400001.125
Altuve 2b 402000.351
Weiland p 100000.000
W.Wright p 000000—-
b-Maxwell ph 101000.400
Lyon p 000000—-
c-Bogusevic ph 100000.133
Totals 36392210
Washington ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Desmond ss 421010.346
Lombrdzzi 2b 514200.500
Zimmerman 3b 402211.209
LaRoche 1b 401011.333
Werth rf 401000.341
Nady lf 401001.214
Ankiel cf 411001.167
Ramos c 311110.226
Strasburg p 201000.167
a-Bernadina ph 010010.143
S.Burnett p 000000—-
Mattheus p 100001.000
Gorzelanny p 000000—-
H.Rodriguez p 000000—-
Totals 35613555
Houston 000002010—391
Washington 00110400x—6131

a-walked for Strasburg in the 6th. b-singled for W.Wright in the 7th. c-grounded out for Lyon in the 9th. E—Weiland (1), Ankiel (1). LOB—Houston 9, Washington 10. 2B—T.Buck (3), Altuve (3), Desmond (4), Lombardozzi (1), LaRoche (3). HR—Ramos (1), off Weiland. RBIs—C.Johnson 2 (3), Lombardozzi 2 (3), Zimmerman 2 (4), Ramos (2). SB—C.Johnson (2), Zimmerman (1), Werth (1). S—Weiland. RLSP—Houston 6, Washington 3. RISP—Houston 2 for 14; Washington 3 for 9. GIDP—Zimmerman. DP—Houston 1.

Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Weiland L,0-2 52/31066428.44
W.Wright 1/3000018.10
Lyon 2300124.15
Washington IPHRERBBSOERA
Strsbrg W,2-0 6622151.42
S.Burnett 2/3200020.00
Mattheus H,2 2/3110013.60
Gorzelanny H,1 2/3000010.00
H.Rodrgz S, 2-2 1000110.00

IR-S—W.Wright 1-0, Mattheus 2-0, Gorzelanny 1-0. IBB—Ramos. T—3:03. A—16,245 (41,487).

Padres 7, Rockies 1

Cory Luebke threw seven efficient innings and Chase Headley tied a team record with three doubles, helping San Diego snap a four-game skid with a victory over Colorado in Denver. Luebke (1-1) breezed through the Rockies lineup on a brisk night, giving up six hits and one run. Nick Hundley drove in three runs, Cameron Maybin added two RBIs and Headley scored three runs. Not only that, but Headley’s three doubles was the 35th time in team history a player has done that and the first since Hundley on Aug. 31, 2010.

San Diego ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Maybin cf 301212.186
Venable lf 411000.267
Headley 3b 533100.263
Hermida rf 500000.267
Hundley c 503300.143
Alonso 1b 512000.257
Parrino 2b 512001.294
Bartlett ss 311010.233
Luebke p 200000.000
b-Guzman ph 101000.184
Cashner p 000000—-
Owings p 000000.000
Totals 38714623
Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Scutaro 2b 302010.212
Fowler cf 300011.207
Tulowitzki ss 400001.263
Helton 1b 400001.250
Cuddyer rf 411001.359
R.Hernandez c 400000.267
Colvin lf 402102.350
Nelson 3b 402001.267
Guthrie p 100000.000
a-Giambi ph 100000.143
Mat.Reynolds p 000000—-
Chatwood p 000000—-
Totals 3217127
San Diego 210200101—7140
Colorado 010000000—171

a-grounded out for Guthrie in the 7th. b-singled for Luebke in the 8th. E—Tulowitzki (4). LOB—San Diego 9, Colorado 7. 2B—Venable (2), Headley 3 (5), Hundley (1), Parrino (1), Bartlett (2), Cuddyer (6). RBIs—Maybin 2 (4), Headley (9), Hundley 3 (4), Colvin (5). SB—Nelson (1). S—Luebke, Guthrie. SF—Maybin. RLSP—San Diego 5, Colorado 3. RISP—San Diego 5 for 14; Colorado 1 for 7. RMU—Hermida. GIDP—Bartlett, Tulowitzki. DP—San Diego 1, Colorado 1.

San Diego IPHRERBBSOERA
Luebke W,1-1 7611143.71
Cashner 1100112.70
Owings 1000022.57
Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
Guthrie L, 1-1 7966217.79
Mat.Reynolds 1200013.60
Chatwood 1311015.63

HBP—Venable. T—2:42. A—21,547 (50,398).

D-backs 5, Pirates 1

Chris Young had three hits, including his team-best fifth home run, and Joe Saunders pitched seven strong innings to help lead Arizona to a victory over Pittsburgh at Phoenix. Saunders (1-0) allowed a run on six hits with two walks and five strikeouts. Aaron Hill and Gerardo Parra also homered for the Diamondbacks, who have won two straight. Arizona is 25-4 in its last 29 home games. Neil Walker drove in the run for the Pirates, who have lost six of seven. Pittsburgh has scored two runs or fewer in seven of 10 games this season.

Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Presley lf 401001.282
Tabata rf 400001.118
McCutchen cf 411002.324
McGehee 1b 401000.308
Walker 2b 301110.188
Barajas c 301011.087
J.Harrison 3b 300001.143
d-McLouth ph 000010.143
Barmes ss 300001.103
e-G.Jones ph 100000.211
Bedard p 201001.167
Meek p 000000—-
a-P.Alvarez ph 100000.050
Resop p 000000—-
Totals 3216138
Arizona ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Bloomquist ss 400002.258
A.Hill 2b 311110.206
J.Upton rf 400001.212
M.Montero c 411000.273
C.Young cf 413200.405
Goldschmidt 1b 310011.207
Kubel lf 100020.200
D.Hernandez p 000000—-
c-Blum ph 101000.091
Ziegler p 000000.000
R.Roberts 3b 401100.222
J.Saunders p 200002.000
b-G.Parra ph-lf 111100.316
Totals 3158546
Pittsburgh 100000000—160
Arizona 10010210x—580

a-grounded out for Meek in the 7th. b-homered for J.Saunders in the 7th. c-singled for D.Hernandez in the 8th. d-walked for J.Harrison in the 9th. e-grounded out for Barmes in the 9th. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, Arizona 6. 2B—Barajas (2). HR—A.Hill (3), off Bedard; C.Young (5), off Meek; G.Parra (1), off Resop. RBIs—Walker (3), A.Hill (7), C.Young 2 (13), R.Roberts (6), G.Parra (2). SB—McCutchen (3). CS—Presley (1). RLSP—Pittsburgh 3, Arizona 3. RISP—Pittsburgh 2 for 4; Arizona 1 for 4. GIDP—R.Roberts. DP—Pittsburgh 1.

Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
Bedard L, 0-3 5322432.65
Meek 1222016.75
Resop 2311021.59
Arizona IPHRERBBSOERA
J.Saundrs W,1-0 7611250.64
D.Hernandez 1000024.50
Ziegler 1000112.25

WP—J.Saunders. PB—Barajas. T—2:42. A—17,366 (48,633).

Phillies 5, Giants 2

Roy Halladay outlasted Tim Lincecum in a matchup of two-time Cy Young Award winners, leading Philadelphia to a win at San Francisco. Halladay (3-0) struck out six and allowed seven hits in eight innings on a crisp and cool spring night along the bay. He also had an RBI single in a rematch of aces from the 2010 N.L. Championship Series. Laynce Nix’s two-run double highlighted a four-run first off Lincecum (0-2) that produced all the power Philadelphia needed. The Phillies chased San Francisco’s shaggy-haired and struggling right-hander after he gave up five runs and eight hits in six innings.

Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pierre lf 400000.292
b-Mybrry ph-lf 100001.241
Polanco 3b 411001.200
Rollins ss 410012.317
Pence rf 412100.333
Victorino cf 412100.316
Nix 1b 401201.167
Wigginton 1b 000000.222
Ruiz c 401000.300
Galvis 2b 411001.226
Halladay p 401102.200
Papelbon p 000000—-
Totals 3759518
San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pagan cf 512001.200
Me.Cabrera rf 400010.293
Sandoval 3b 401000.325
Posey c 403001.321
A.Huff lf 200110.200
Belt 1b 311012.176
B.Crawford ss 401001.237
Burriss 2b 400001.273
Lincecum p 200100.000
a-Schrhltz ph 100000.273
Otero p 000000—-
Affeldt p 000000—-
c-G.Blanco ph 100000.143
Totals 3428236
Philadelphia 400100000—590
San Francisco 100100000—281

a-flied out for Lincecum in the 6th. b-struck out for Pierre in the 9th. c-grounded out for Affeldt in the 9th. E—B.Crawford (4). LOB—Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 9. 2B—Polanco (1), Nix (2), Galvis (3), B.Crawford (5). RBIs—Pence (6), Victorino (3), Nix 2 (3), Halladay (1), A.Huff (4), Lincecum (1). SF—A.Huff. RLSP—Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 5. RISP—Philadelphia 4 for 9; San Francisco 1 for 8. RMU—Ruiz, Lincecum.

Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Halladay W,3-0 8722361.17
Papelbon S,3-3 1100001.80
San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
Lincecum L,0-2 68551610.54
Otero 2100013.86
Affeldt 1000015.40

HBP—Polanco. T—2:23. A—41,136 (41,915).


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