April 9, 2013 in Sports

Monday’s baseball box scores

 

AMERICAN

Mariners 3, Astros 0

Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Altuve 2b 400000.286
Maxwell cf 401001.360
Carter dh 401002.115
J.Martinez lf 200001.231
Ankiel rf 200002.071
C.Pena 1b 400001.130
Dominguez 3b 402000.238
J.Castro c 401001.174
Barnes rf-lf 201010.333
R.Cedeno ss 301000.214
Totals 3307018
Seattle ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
M.Saunders rf 422000.292
F.Gutierrez cf 300101.269
K.Morales dh 302210.321
Morse lf 400001.273
Seager 3b 400001.167
Smoak 1b 300000.167
J.Montero c 300000.160
Ackley 2b 311000.087
Ryan ss 200000.263
Totals 2935313
Houston 000000000—071
Seattle 10101000x—350

E—R.Cedeno (2). LOB—Houston 7, Seattle 5. 2B—K.Morales (3). RBIs—F.Gutierrez (7), K.Morales 2 (6). SB—M.Saunders (3). S—F.Gutierrez, Ryan. RLSP—Houston 2, Seattle 3. RISP—Houston 0 for 3; Seattle 2 for 6. RMU—M.Saunders, F.Gutierrez. GIDP—J.Castro, Morse. DP—Houston 1 (Dominguez, Altuve, C.Pena); Seattle 1 (Ackley, Ryan, Smoak).

Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Humber L,0-2 6533123.09
W.Wright 1000004.50
R.Cruz 1000012.08
Seattle IPHRERBBSOERA
J.Saunders W,1-1 61/3600153.48
Capps H,2 11/3100022.08
Furbush H,1 1/3000010.00
Wilhelmsen S,3 1000003.00

IR-S—Capps 1-0. WP—Humber. T—2:40. A—42,589 (47,476).

Red Sox 3, Orioles 1

Clay Buchholz allowed three hits in seven innings, Daniel Nava hit a three-run homer in the seventh off Wei-Yin Chen and first place Boston improved to 5-2 for its best start in seven years with a win over Baltimore at Fenway Park. Last year, the Red Sox lost five of their first seven games and finished last at 69-93, and in 2011 they started 1-6 and missed the playoffs with a September collapse. Boston pitchers had 18 consecutive scoreless innings before Adam Jones hit his first homer of the year with one out in the ninth off Joel Hanrahan, who finished for the save.

Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
McLouth lf 301012.273
Machado 3b 401001.200
Markakis rf 401000.355
A.Jones cf 411101.500
C.Davis 1b 200021.417
Wieters c 300011.273
Hardy ss 401002.214
Flaherty 2b 400001.000
Pearce dh 300002.000
Totals 31151411
Boston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Ellsbury cf 400000.273
Victorino rf 401000.345
Pedroia 2b 211010.357
Napoli 1b 311000.194
Middlebrooks 3b 300002.286
Nava lf 212310.500
J.Gomes dh 200001.231
Carp ph-dh 100000.000
D.Ross c 300001.111
Iglesias ss 300000.450
Totals 2735324
Baltimore 000000001—150
Boston 00000030x—350

LOB—Baltimore 7, Boston 2. 2B—Hardy (3), Napoli (2). HR—A.Jones (1), off Hanrahan; Nava (2), off W.Chen. RBIs—A.Jones (8), Nava 3 (6). CS—Victorino (2). RLSP—Baltimore 3. RISP—Baltimore 0 for 3; Boston 1 for 2. RMU—Flaherty. GIDP—Hardy, Napoli. DP—Baltimore 1, Boston 1.

Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
W.Chen L,0-1 61/3533233.75
Tom.Hunter 12/3000013.38
Boston IPHRERBBSOERA
Buchholz W,2-0 7300480.64
A.Bailey H,3 1000020.00
Hanrahan S,3 1211012.25

T—2:42. A—37,008 (37,071).

Royals 3, Twins 1

Ervin Santana pitched eight strong innings, Alcides Escobar doubled home the go-ahead run and Kansas City beat Minnesota in its home opener. Santana, acquired from the Los Angeles Angels in October, gave up a run and eight singles while striking out seven and walking one. Twins right-hander Kevin Correia limited the Royals to five singles and no runs over the first even innings before Lorenzo Cain doubled to right-center to open a three-run eighth.

Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Hicks cf 400002.067
Mauer c 412000.267
Willingham lf 301000.227
Mastroianni lf 000000
Morneau 1b 400001.308
Doumit dh 401101.207
Plouffe 3b 401001.238
Parmelee rf 302010.300
Dozier 2b 400002.143
Florimon ss 201011.417
Totals 3218128
Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Gordon lf 411101.379
A.Escobar ss 411100.250
Butler dh 301110.227
Dyson pr-dh 000000.200
Moustakas 3b 300010.208
S.Perez c 402000.200
Hosmer 1b 301000.333
Francoeur rf 301000.296
L.Cain cf 312000.250
Getz 2b 200000.286
Totals 2939321
Minnesota 100000000—180
Kansas City 00000003x—390

LOB—Minnesota 7, Kansas City 5. 2B—A.Escobar (3), L.Cain (1). RBIs—Doumit (3), Gordon (6), A.Escobar (4), Butler (9). CS—Parmelee (1), Dyson (1). S—Getz. RLSP—Minnesota 1 (Mauer); Kansas City 1 (Getz). RISP—Minnesota 2 for 5; Kansas City 3 for 6. GIDP—Dozier, Hosmer, Getz. DP—Minnesota 2, Kansas City 1.

Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Correia L,0-1 71/3833113.14
Burton 1/3100100.00
Fien 1/30000015.43
Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
E.Santana W,1-1 8811173.21
Crow S, 1-1 1000110.00

IR-S—Burton 1-1, Fien 1-0. HBP—by E.Santana (Willingham). WP—Burton. PB—Mauer. T—2:33. A—40,073 (37,903).

Yankees 11, Indians 6

Travis Hafner hit a tone-setting, three-run homer in the first inning and drove in four runs in his Cleveland homecoming, and Robinson Cano busted out of his early slump with two homers as injury-riddled New York ruined Cleveland’s highly anticipated home opener under manager Terry Francona. Hiroki Kuroda shook off a shaky, 34-pitch first and showed no signs of being bothered by a bruised right middle finger as the Yankees spoiled the Indians’ home opener.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Gardner cf 501100.167
Cano 2b 443210.222
J.Nix 2b 000000.273
Youkilis 3b 511002.370
Hafner dh 332420.391
Wells lf 413011.381
I.Suzuki rf 412100.182
Boesch rf 100001.182
Nunez ss 400102.267
Overbay 1b 400001.174
C.Stewart c 411000.200
Totals 381113947
Cleveland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Bourn cf 422011.344
A.Cabrera ss 311011.111
Raburn rf 100001.250
Kipnis 2b 401102.154
Swisher 1b 311021.200
Brantley lf 501101.318
C.Santana c 201021.500
Marson c 000010
Mar.Reynolds dh 411101.292
Chisenhall 3b 300012.200
Stubbs rf 300002.160
Aviles ss 111200.333
Totals 33695813
New York 301121300—11130
Cleveland 300000030—691

E—A.Cabrera (2). LOB—New York 5, Cleveland 10. 2B—Cano (1), Wells (2), Kipnis (3), Mar.Reynolds (2). 3B—Bourn (1). HR—Hafner (2), off Jimenez; Cano (1), off Jimenez; Cano (2), off Albers; Aviles (1), off Kelley. RBIs—Gardner (2), Cano 2 (2), Hafner 4 (6), I.Suzuki (2), Nunez (1), Kipnis (2), Brantley (2), Mar.Reynolds (8), Aviles 2 (3). SB—Wells (1), C.Stewart (1). CS—Gardner (2). SF—Nunez, Kipnis, Mar.Reynolds. RLSP—New York 3, Cleveland 6. RISP—New York 5 for 12; Cleveland 2 for 11. RMU—I.Suzuki, Bourn, Swisher, Brantley. GIDP—Chisenhall. DP—New York 1 (Cano, Nunez, Overbay).

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Kuroda W, 1-1 51/3533466.75
Logan 11/3100123.38
Kelley 11/33331410.13
Chamberlain 10002113.50
Cleveland IPHRERBBSOERA
Jimenez L, 0-1 41/3777346.97
Albers 12/3311025.40
R.Hill 12321010.80
Allen 1000006.75
C.Perez 1100013.00

IR-S—Logan 1-0, Kelley 2-0, Albers 1-1. WP—Kelley 2, R.Hill. PB—C.Santana. T—3:50. A—41,567 (42,241).

Rangers 5, Rays 4

A.J. Pierzynski and Mitch Moreland hit consecutive home runs at home off birthday boy Jeremy Hellickson and Texas held on for a victory over Tampa Bay when Joe Nathan got his 300th career save on a disputed game-ending strike.

Tampa Bay ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jennings cf 410010.208
Fuld lf 300001.111
S.Rodriguez ph-lf 201100.167
Zobrist 2b-rf 411011.400
Longoria 3b 313010.417
Joyce rf 301000.200
Duncan ph-1b 000110.286
Y.Escobar ss 400101.120
Loney 1b 200000.211
R.Roberts ph 200001.300
J.Molina c 411001.273
K.Johnson dh 300010.125
Totals 3447355
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Kinsler 2b 300010.296
Andrus ss 402201.250
Berkman dh 110030.429
Beltre 3b 401100.207
Dav.Murphy lf 400000.154
N.Cruz rf 400001.393
Pierzynski c 422101.409
Moreland 1b 313100.208
Gentry cf 310000.300
Totals 3058543
Tampa Bay 010000021—471
Texas 10020020x—581

E—Zobrist (1), Kinsler (1). LOB—Tampa Bay 8, Texas 5. 2B—Beltre (2). HR—Pierzynski (1), off Hellickson; Moreland (2), off Hellickson. RBIs—S.Rodriguez (1), Duncan (5), Y.Escobar (2), Andrus 2 (3), Beltre (2), Pierzynski (3), Moreland (3). SB—J.Molina (1), Gentry (2). CS—Kinsler (1). RLSP—Tampa Bay 4, Texas 3. RISP—Tampa Bay 2 for 12; Texas 1 for 6. RMU—Jennings, Joyce, Loney. GIDP—Berkman, Gentry. DP—Tampa Bay 2.

Tampa Bay IPHRERBBSOERA
Hellickson L,0-1 5533316.35
B.Gomes 1000003.00
C.Ramos 0222009.82
Farnsworth 1100106.75
J.Wright 1000020.00
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Ogando W,2-0 51/3311320.77
J.Ortiz H,1 12/3000011.93
Kirkman 1/32221013.50
D.Lowe H,1 2/3000119.00
Nathan S,2 1211012.25

IR-S—Farnsworth 2-2, J.Ortiz 2-0, D.Lowe 3-2. T—3:15. A—27,355 (48,114).

NATIONAL

Brewers 7, Cubs 4

Marco Estrada pitched seven effective innings and doubled home a run, helping Milwaukee stop a five-game slide with a victory over Chicago in the first game of the season at Wrigley Field. Ryan Braun went 3 for 4 after missing time with neck spasms.

Milwaukee ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aoki rf 413020.419
C.Gomez cf 501002.167
Braun lf 413111.500
L.Schafer lf 000000.286
Weeks 2b 510003.276
Lucroy c 220030.182
Ale.Gonzalez ss 421111.160
Maldonado 1b 503300.286
Y.Betancourt 3b 300111.250
Estrada p 401102.333
Gorzelanny p 000000
K.Davis ph 100000.100
Kintzler p 000000
Henderson p 000000
Totals 377127810
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
DeJesus cf 300001.095
b-Sappelt ph-cf 200001.000
S.Castro ss 502002.267
Rizzo 1b 400001.160
A.Soriano lf 422000.222
Schierholtz rf 412101.316
Castillo c 412201.389
Valbuena 3b 301110.158
Lillibridge 2b 300001.000
Clevenger ph 100001.000
E.Jackson p 200000.000
Camp p 000000
D.Navarro ph 100001.091
Marmol p 000000
Bowden p 000000
Hairston ph 100000.125
Totals 37494110
Milwaukee 410000200—7121
Chicago 020000002—490

E—Maldonado (1). LOB—Milwaukee 12, Chicago 7. 2B—Aoki (2), C.Gomez (2), Braun 2 (3), Maldonado (2), Estrada (1), S.Castro (1), Schierholtz (2). 3B—S.Castro (1). HR—Castillo (1), off Estrada. RBIs—Braun (5), Ale.Gonzalez (4), Maldonado 3 (3), Y.Betancourt (1), Estrada (2), Schierholtz (4), Castillo 2 (4), Valbuena (2). SF—Y.Betancourt. RLSP—Milwaukee 7, Chicago 5/ RISP—Milwaukee 4 for 14; Chicago 2 for 12. RMU—C.Gomez, Rizzo. GIDP—Weeks. DP—Chicago 1.

Milwaukee IPHRERBBSOERA
Estrada W,1-0 7522164.50
Gorzelanny 1000022.08
Kintzler 0322006.00
Henderson S,11100020.00
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
E.Jackson L,0-2 6855565.73
Camp 1322229.00
Marmol 11001216.88
Bowden 1000001.93

IR-S—Henderson 2-1. IBB— Y.Betancourt, Braunoff Camp. WP—Marmol. PB—Castillo. T—3:24. A—40,083 (41,019).

Reds 13, Cardinals 4

Shin-Soo Choo made amends for two botched fly balls, drawing a leadoff walk in a nine-run ninth inning and later delivering a three-run double as Cincinnati spoiled St. Louis’ home opener. Jay Bruce had four hits and Chris Heisey doubled twice with an RBI. Mitchell Boggs, the stand-in closer for St. Louis, yielded six runs while getting only one out. Only a few thousand fans remained of the largest regular-season crowd in 8-year-old Busch Stadium’s history – 47,375 – for the bottom of the ninth.

Cincinnati ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Choo cf 522310.379
Heisey lf 602102.192
Votto 1b 421122.240
Phillips 2b 522211.344
Bruce rf 524110.324
Frazier 3b 410113.414
Cozart ss 300002.111
Paul ph 101100.444
LeCure p 000000
Hannahan ph 111100.600
Hoover p 000000
Hanigan c 420111.050
Latos p 100010.000
Robinson ph 100001.200
Simon p 000000
C.Izturis ph-ss 211100.167
Totals 42131413812
St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jay cf 411002.242
Beltran rf 400000.190
Holliday lf 321010.200
Boggs p 000000
Rzepczynski p 000000.000
Craig 1b 411002.258
Y.Molina c 301100.250
T.Cruz ph 100001.000
Freese 3b 300001.000
Rosenthal p 000000
Robinson lf 000010.400
Descalso 2b 400001.240
Kozma ss 300000.296
J.Garcia p 200001.000
Choate p 000000
M.Carpntr ph-3b 100000.308
Totals 3244128
Cincinnati 000101119—13142
St. Louis 200101000—441

E—Choo 2 (2), Kozma (1). LOB—Cincinnati 11, St. Louis 3. 2B—Choo (2), Heisey 2 (2), Phillips (4), Craig (3). HR—Phillips (2), off J.Garcia. RBIs—Choo 3 (6), Heisey (3), Votto (2), Phillips 2 (7), Bruce (5), Frazier (10), Paul (6), Hannahan (1), Hanigan (2), C.Izturis (1), Y.Molina (4).

RLSP—Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 2. RISP—Cincinnati 9 for 18; St. Louis 1 for 5. RMU—Heisey. GIDP—Descalso. DP—Cincinnati.

Cincinnati IPHRERBBSONPERA
Latos 644115982.84
Simon 10000083.00
LeCre W, 1-0 100001141.80
Hoover 100012216.75
St. Louis IPHRERBBSONPERA
J.Garcia 62/3633310962.92
Choate H, 2 1/30000040.00
Rsthal BS,2 121101243.60
Boggs L,0-1 1/3276402914.54
Rzpczynski 2/342211243.86

IR-S—Choate 2-0, Rzepczynski 3-3. IBB—Votto, Bruce. HBP—Frazier. WP—Latos, J.Garcia, Boggs. T—3:15. A—47,345 (43,975).

Braves 2, Marlins 0

Justin Upton went 4 for 4, including his sixth home run, and Paul Maholm allowed one hit in seven innings to help Atlanta spoil Miami’s home opener. Upton scored both runs and doubled the Marlins’ hit total. The Braves won despite going 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position. The Braves earned their fourth consecutive victory and improved to 6-1, their best start since 2007. The Marlins lost their third game in a row and fell to 1-6, their worst start since 2006.

Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
B.Upton cf 500001.120
Heyward rf 400000.083
J.Upton lf 424100.423
Gattis c 401002.333
Uggla 2b 400101.174
J.Francisco 3b 402001.300
R.Pena pr-3b 000000.273
C.Johnson 1b 403000.357
Simmons ss 400000.143
Maholm p 200000.000
O’Flaherty p 000000
R.Johnson ph 100001.000
Kimbrel p 000000
Totals 36210206
Miami ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pierre lf 300000.222
Polanco 3b 401001.280
Stanton rf 100031.174
Dobbs 1b 300011.300
Valaika pr 000000.500
Ruggiano cf 400000.240
Brantly c 401003.300
Hechavarria ss 400001.250
Solano 2b 300000.292
Slowey p 200001.000
Qualls p 000000
a-Kearns ph 100000.000
Maine p 000000
Totals 2902048
Atlanta 000101000—2101
Miami 000000000—020

E—Uggla (2). LOB—Atlanta 8, Miami 7. 2B—J.Upton (2). HR—J.Upton (6), off Slowey. RBIs—J.Upton (8), Uggla (3). S—Maholm. RLSP—Atlanta 3, Miami 3. RISP—Atlanta 0 for 7; Miami 0 for 3. RMU—Gattis, Uggla, Simmons. GIDP—Polanco. DP—Atlanta 1.

Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
Maholm W, 2-0 7100370.00
O’Flaherty H,2 1000002.45
Kimbrel S,3 1100110.00
Miami IPHRERBBSOERA
Slowey L,0-2 7622032.19
Qualls 12000210.80
Maine 1200010.00

HBP—Pierre. T—2:33. A—34,439 (37,442).

Mets 7, Phillies 2

Matt Harvey followed up a dominant first start with another sharp outing, giving up one run and three hits while striking out nine in seven innings as New York won in Philadelphia. John Buck hit a three-run homer and the Mets roughed up Roy Halladay to the tune of seven runs in just four innings pitched.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Nieuwenhuis cf 300001.200
Cowgill ph-cf 200001.158
Dan.Murphy 2b 422010.308
D.Wright 3b 412111.333
I.Davis 1b 511001.148
Byrd rf 411012.273
Duda lf 311111.200
Buck c 411300.375
R.Tejada ss 301210.227
Harvey p 300001.167
Turner ph 100001.500
Edgin p 000000
Totals 3679759
Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Revere cf 300011.233
Rollins ss 411100.300
Utley 2b 401000.370
Howard 1b 300102.148
M.Young 3b 400001.280
Brown lf 400001.231
L.Nix rf 200012.214
Quintero c 301001.167
Valdes p 000000
Halladay p 100001.000
Durbin p 000000
Carrera ph 100001.000
Horst p 000000
Kratz c 111000.190
Totals 30242210
New York 031030000—791
Philadelphia 000100010—240

E—I.Davis (1). LOB—New York 8, Philadelphia 4. 2B—Dan.Murphy 2 (2), D.Wright (2), Byrd (1), Rollins (3), Kratz (2). HR—Buck (3), off Halladay. RBIs—D.Wright (4), Duda (4), Buck 3 (12), R.Tejada 2 (3), Rollins (4), Howard (4). SB—Revere (4). SF—Howard. RLSP—New York 4, Philadelphia 1RISP—New York 4 for 13; Philadelphia 1 for 6. RMU—D.Wright, Revere, Rollins 2. GIDP—Revere. DP—New York 1

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Harvey W, 2-0 7311290.64
Edgin 2111012.45
Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Halladay L,0-2 46773314.73
Durbin 1100118.10
Horst 2100036.75
Valdes 2100129.53

IR-S—Durbin 2-2. HBP—Duda. WP—Halladay. T—2:55. A—35,393 (43,651).

Pirates 5, D-Backs 3

Andrew McCutchen drove in two runs, Garrett Jones homered and Pittsburgh snapped a five-game losing streak with a win over Arizona at Phoenix. McCutchen doubled in a run in the Pirates’ three-run first inning and broke a 3-all tie with his sacrifice fly after Starling Marte’s leadoff triple in the fifth.

Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
S.Marte lf 422011.296
Walker 2b 400001.083
McCutchen cf 211210.261
G.Jones 1b 411101.167
Melancon p 000000
Grilli p 000000
R.Martin c 310010.000
P.Alvarez 3b 300012.080
Snider rf 301212.100
Barmes ss 400002.118
W.Rodriguez p 100001.000
J.Gomez p 000000
J.Harrison ph 100001.000
Ju.Wilson p 100001.000
G.Sanchez 1b 000010.063
Totals 30555612
Arizona ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Parra rf 310000.364
Prado 3b 411000.278
A.Hill 2b 300010.313
Goldschmidt 1b 311102.367
A.Marte lf 401102.111
Pollock cf 400001.176
Nieves c 302100.500
c-M.Montero ph 100000.292
Pennington ss 401000.267
Cahill p 200000.000
Mat.Reynolds p 000000
Ziegler p 000000
Hinske ph 100000.400
Collmenter p 000000.000
Totals 3236315
Pittsburgh 300010010—551
Arizona 012000000—360

E—P.Alvarez (1). LOB—Pittsburgh 6, Arizona 5. 2B—McCutchen (3), Goldschmidt (4). 3B—S.Marte (1). HR—G.Jones (1), off Collmenter. RBIs—McCutchen 2 (6), G.Jones (1), Snider 2 (2), Goldschmidt (8), A.Marte (1), Nieves (1). SB—R.Martin (1). SF—McCutchen, Goldschmidt. RLSP—Pittsburgh 3 (Barmes, G.Jones, Walker); Arizona 3 (Pennington, Pollock, Prado). RISP—Pittsburgh 1 for 5; Arizona 2 for 9. RMU—G.Jones, G.Parra, Pollock. GIDP—R.Martin, Prado. DP—Pittsburgh 1, Arizona 1.

Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
W.Rodriguez 21/3221001.00
J.Gomez W, 1-0 12/3411101.93
Ju.Wilson 3000020.00
Melancon H,1 1000020.00
Grilli S,21000010.00
Arizona IPHRERBBSOERA
Cahill L,0-2 5444375.91
Mat.Reynolds 1000110.00
Ziegler 1000021.69
Collmenter 2111222.08

IR-S—J.Gomez 1-1. HBP—G.Parra, Walker. WP—W.Rodriguez, Cahill. T—3:06. A—21,392 (48,633).

Giants 4, Rockies 2

Hunter Pence hit a three-run homer in the first inning that held up, Buster Posey added a late RBI single and San Francisco snapped Colorado’s five-game winning streak with a home victory. Madison Bumgarner won his sixth in a row against the Rockies and owns a seven-start unbeaten streak in the rivalry. He struck out five and walked five in 5 2/3 innings, allowing two runs and five hits.

Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
E.Young rf 200020.250
Fowler cf 400002.323
C.Gonzalez lf 411103.345
Tulowitzki ss 400000.348
Cuddyer 1b 312010.478
Rutledge 2b 402001.269
Nelson 3b 401101.300
Torrealba c 100021.200
Helton ph 100001.118
De La Rosa p 100001.000
Brignac ph 100000.400
Volstad p 000000
Belisle p 000000
Rosario ph 100001.350
Totals 30262511
San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pagan cf 411000.321
Scutaro 2b 411000.111
Sandoval 3b 312000.360
Romo p 000000
Posey c 401102.208
Pence rf 411301.280
Belt 1b 301001.118
Torres lf 300000.133
B.Crawford ss 301000.217
Bumgarner p 000010.333
S.Casilla p 000000
Affeldt p 000000
b-G.Blanco ph 100000.200
Arias 3b 000000.286
Totals 2948414
Colorado 001001000—260
San Francisco 30000001x—481

E—Torres (1). LOB—Colorado 7, San Francisco 4. 2B—Rutledge (1), Belt (1). HR—C.Gonzalez (3), off Bumgarner; Pence (3), off De La Rosa. RBIs—C.Gonzalez (5), Nelson (2), Posey (1), Pence 3 (5). SB—Cuddyer (1), Pagan (1). CS—E.Young (2). S—De La Rosa, Bumgarner. RLSP—Colorado 5, San Francisco 3. RISP—Colorado 1 for 9; San Francisco 2 for 7. RMU—Nelson, Torres. GIDP—Rutledge, Pagan. DP—Colorado 1 San Francisco 1.

Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
De La Rosa L, 0-1 6633136.10
Volstad 12/3211006.75
Belisle 1/3000010.00
San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
Bumgarner W,2-0 52/3522551.32
S.Casilla H,1 11/3000024.50
Affeldt H,2 1000010.00
Romo S, 4-4 1100030.00

IR-S—Belisle 2-0, S.Casilla 1-0. IBB—Torrealba. HBP—by Volstad. T—2:52. A—41,133 (41,915).

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