August 2, 2013 in Sports

Thursday’s baseball box scores

 

American

Indians 6, White Sox 1

Ryan Raburn homered twice and drove in four runs and Cleveland beat visiting Chicago to win its eighth consecutive game. The Indians have won 13 of 17 and completed a four-game sweep of the reeling White Sox, who have dropped seven in a row and are 26 games under .500 for the first time since 1980.

Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
De Aza cf 411101.274
Al.Ramirez ss 400000.277
A.Dunn dh 400001.214
Viciedo lf 400001.253
Gillaspie 3b 400001.245
Keppinger 1b 301011.237
Jor.Danks rf 402001.171
Beckham 2b 201011.309
Flowers c 200012.203
Totals 3115139
Cleveland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Stubbs cf 423011.245
Swisher 1b 511000.247
Raburn rf 423401.283
A.Cabrera ss 300100.246
C.Santana dh 413001.278
Y.Gomes c 302000.298
Brantley lf 400003.282
Reynolds 3b 401102.212
Aviles 2b 401000.264
Totals 35614618
Chicago 000001000—151
Cleveland 01202010x—6140

E—Gillaspie (8). LOB—Chicago 6, Cleveland 8. HR—De Aza (13), Raburn 2 (13). RBIs—De Aza (45), Raburn 4 (37), A.Cabrera (41), Mar.Reynolds (48). CS—Jor.Danks (1). SF—A.Cabrera. RLISP—Chicago 3, Cleveland 3. DP—Chicago 1.

Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Sale L,6-11 51055062.92
Axelrod 3411125.19
Cleveland IPHRERBBSOERA
Mstrson W,13-7 62/3511373.33
R.Hill H,10 11/3000026.07
J.Smith 1000003.20

IR-S—R.Hill 3-0. HBP—Y.Gomes. T—2:27. A—20,189 (42,241).

Royals 7, Twins 2

Kansas City won its ninth straight game, stretching its longest winning streak in more than a decade by beating Minnesota behind Billy Butler’s two-hit, two-RBI outing and Lorenzo Cain’s highlight-reel catch in center field at Minneapolis. The Royals last won nine straight when they opened the 2003 season at 9-0. The last time Kansas City won more in a row was a 10-game string in 1994.

Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Gordon lf 512000.274
Hosmer 1b 410101.286
B.Butler dh 512200.278
S.Perez c 512001.280
L.Cain cf 221030.260
M.Tejada 2b 501101.287
Moustakas 3b 301100.229
Maxwell rf 311110.243
A.Escobar ss 401100.235
Totals 36711743
Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Dozier 2b 411011.232
Bernier ss 400002.250
Mauer dh 401100.327
Morneau 1b 412101.264
Doumit c 200020.243
Plouffe 3b 300011.243
Herrmann rf 300011.265
Hicks cf 400002.192
Thomas lf 301011.228
Totals 3125269
Kansas City 021112000—7110
Minnesota 002000000—251

E—Plouffe (8). LOB—Kansas City 8, Minnesota 8. 2B—S.Perez (19), Dozier (19), Morneau (26). 3B—A.Gordon (5). HR—Morneau (9). RBIs—Hosmer (47), B.Butler 2 (55), M.Tejada (18), Moustakas (25), Maxwell (9), A.Escobar (35), Mauer (36), Morneau (54). SB—Hosmer (9). SF—Hosmer, Moustakas. RLISP—Kansas City 3, Minnesota 3. RMU—Bernier, Mauer. GIDP—A.Escobar, Plouffe. DP—Kansas City 1, Minnesota 1.

Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
Shields W,6-7 6522543.08
Hochevar 2000121.67
Coleman 1000030.00
Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Diamond L,5-10 5976315.52
Swarzak 3200013.19
Roenicke 1000113.27

IR-S—Swarzak 2-2. IBB—L.Cain. WP—Shields. T—3:00. A—35,448 (39,021).

Orioles 6, Astros 3

One day after being acquired from the Houston, Bud Norris dominated his former teammates over six innings in his debut and a Chris Davis home run powered host Baltimore to a victory. Davis hit his major league-leading 39th home run off Travis Blackley in the seventh, a solo shot that gave him 100 RBIs for the season.

Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Villar ss 300010.216
Hoes cf 401100.083
J.Castro c 401001.265
Carter dh 400003.214
Wallace 1b 311112.218
Krauss rf 311100.200
Paredes 2b 401001.181
Dominguez 3b 400000.234
Grossman lf 211011.236
Totals 3136338
Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
McLouth lf 412200.286
Machado 3b 402100.295
Markakis rf 300100.285
A.Jones cf 401002.290
C.Davis 1b 412100.306
Wieters c 400002.236
Hardy ss 411001.252
Urrutia dh 422000.333
B.Roberts 2b 411100.245
Totals 35611605
Houston 010100010—361
Baltimore 00003210x—6110

E—Villar (1). LOB—Houston 5, Baltimore 6. 2B—Grossman (7). HR—Wallace (7), Krauss (3), C.Davis (39). RBIs—Hoes (1), Wallace (20), Krauss (9), McLouth 2 (19), Machado (51), Markakis (45), C.Davis (100), B.Roberts (15). SF—Markakis. RLISP—Houston 2, Baltimore 2. RMU—Villar, Hoes, Paredes. GIDP—M.Dominguez. DP—Baltimore 1.

Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Lyles L,4-5 52/3953054.91
Blackley 11/3211005.03
Zeid 1000000.00
Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
Norris W,7-9 6422283.89
Hunter H,12 12/3211002.83
Matusz H,13 1/3000003.18
Jhnson S,37-43 1000103.33

IR-S—Blackley 2-1. HBP—Krauss. T—2:52. A—17,909 (45,971).

Angels 8, Blue Jays 2

Mark Trumbo homered in the Los Angeles’ four-run first inning, Garrett Richards allowed four hits over seven strong innings, and the Angels snapped their six-game losing streak with a victory over Toronto in Anaheim, Calif. J.B. Shuck drove in three runs for the Angels, who avoided their longest skid in more than three years by pounding Toronto starter Josh Johnson for 10 hits in the opener of a four-game series between underachieving clubs expected to be A.L. contenders.

Toronto ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Reyes ss 400001.310
Me.Cabrera lf 100010.279
R.Davis lf 200000.276
Bautista rf 400001.251
Encrnacion 1b 401002.277
Lind dh 311011.291
Col.Rasmus cf 412001.279
M.Izturis 2b 300100.241
Arencibia c 300000.216
Lawrie 3b 302000.216
Totals 3126126
Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Calhoun rf 422010.308
Trout cf 300022.326
Hamilton lf 400101.224
H.Kendrick 2b 511101.300
Trumbo 1b 422211.249
Aybar ss 422000.281
Nelson 3b 312010.250
Shuck dh 201301.289
Iannetta c 402000.211
Totals 33812756
Toronto 000020000—262
Los Angeles 41200010x—8121

E—Me.Cabrera (1), Arencibia (6), Calhoun (2). LOB—Toronto 4, Los Angeles 9. 2B—Encarnacion (21), Col.Rasmus (25). 3B—Nelson (1). HR—Trumbo (24). RBIs—M.Izturis (29), Hamilton (51), H.Kendrick (46), Trumbo 2 (65), Shuck 3 (24). SB—Calhoun (1), Aybar (7). SF—Hamilton, Shuck 2. RLISP—Toronto 1, Los Angeles 5. RMU—M.Izturis, Calhoun, Hamilton. GIDP—R.Davis, Bautista. DP—Los Angeles 2.

Toronto IPHRERBBSOERA
Johnson L,1-8 21/31076216.60
J.Perez 22/3100231.93
S.Santos 2111002.84
Oliver 1000123.60
Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Richards W,3-4 7422244.18
J.Gutierrez 1100013.97
Stange 11000120.25

IR-S—J.Perez 3-0. T—2:38. A—37,179 (45,483).

National

Marlins 3, Mets 0

Tom Koehler pitched six effective innings and Miami stalled Matt Harvey once again, beating visiting New York. Logan Morrison’s two-out single broke a scoreless tie in the sixth. Donovan Solano added a two-run single later in the inning. Harvey’s three shortest outings this season have come at Marlins Park. The All-Star is 0-1 with a 3.52 ERA in four starts against the Marlins this season while going 8-2 with a 1.97 ERA against the rest of the majors.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
E.Young lf 500001.253
Ju.Turner 2b 402011.266
D.Wright 3b 301010.308
Byrd rf 200011.283
I.Davis 1b 200021.180
Buck c 400000.218
Lagares cf 402002.275
Quintanilla ss 301010.230
Harvey p 300002.098
Atchison p 000000
Germen p 000000.000
Da.Murphy ph 100001.281
Totals 3106069
Miami ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Yelich lf 411000.244
Hchavarria ss 400001.237
Stanton rf 400002.252
Morrison 1b 411101.252
Lucas 3b-2b 300002.256
D.Solano 2b 301201.265
A.Ramos p 000000
Cishek p 000000
Marisnick cf 300003.176
Mathis c 300001.205
Koehler p 101000.091
Pierre ph 111000.244
Polanco 3b 101000.259
Totals 31363011
New York 000000000—061
Miami 00000300x—360

E—Quintanilla (7). LOB—New York 11, Miami 5. 2B—Ju.Turner (7). 3B—Lagares (3). RBIs—Morrison (13), D.Solano 2 (14). SB—D.Solano (2). RLISP—New York 6, Miami 3. GIDP—Buck. DP—Miami 2.

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Harvey L,8-3 52/3533082.21
Atchison 1/3000013.47
Germen 2100022.38
Miami IPHRERBBSOERA
Koehler W,3-6 6500554.34
A.Ramos H,7 2000123.14
Cishek S,23-25 1100023.08

IR-S—Atchison 2-0. HBP—Lucas, Byrd. T—3:07. A—25,916 (37,442).

Giants 2, Phillies 1

Alex Arias and pinch hitter Roger Kieschnick had RBI singles off Jonathan Papelbon in the top of the ninth inning, then Sergio Romo escaped a bases-loaded jam in the bottom half as host San Francisco beat Philadelphia.

San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
An.Torres cf 300011.252
Belt ph 000010.255
B.Crawford ss 000000.274
Scutaro 2b 501000.314
Sandoval 3b 501000.272
Romo p 000000
Posey c 402000.311
Pence rf 413000.279
Pill 1b 411002.275
Francoeur lf 300001.167
Kschnck ph-lf 101100.500
Arias ss-3b 402100.286
M.Cain p 200001.081
Blanco ph-cf 100000.255
Totals 36211225
Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Rollins ss 401001.259
M.Young 1b 400001.279
Utley 2b 401000.276
Ruf lf 200011.288
Martinez pr-cf 000000.100
D.Young ph 100000.265
McDonald pr 000000.095
Asche 3b 401001.111
Maybrry cf-lf 301001.257
L.Nix rf 311010.183
Ruiz c 401000.248
Hamels p 201101.167
Frandsen ph 100001.268
Papelbon p 000000
Kratz ph 100000.225
Totals 3317127
San Francisco 000000002—2111
Philadelphia 000010000—170

E—Arias (4). LOB—San Francisco 10, Philadelphia 8. 2B—Posey (29), Pence (25). 3B—Rollins (2). RBIs—Kieschnick (3), Arias (12), Hamels (2). SB—Pence (15), M.Martinez (1). CS—Hamels (1). S—M.Cain. RLISP—San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 3. GIDP—Posey. DP—Philadelphia 1.

San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
M.Cain W,7-6 8611274.57
Romo S,25-29 1100002.93
Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Hamels 8700153.87
Paplbn L,2-1 BS1422102.59

IBB—L.Nix. HBP—Mayberry. T—2:45. A—33,645 (43,651).

Cardinals 13, Pirates 0

Joe Kelly and St. Louis averted a five-game sweep at Pittsburgh, ending a season-worst seven-game losing streak by routing the host Pirates in a matchup between the N.L.’s top two teams. St. Louis began the series with a 2 1/2-game lead in the N.L. Central, but left with the Pirates ahead by 1 1/2 games. The Cardinals avoided their first sweep in a set of at least five games since 1916, when the New York Giants took all six games.

St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carpenter 2b 300111.309
Mujica p 000000.000
Beltran rf 402110.297
Chmbers pr-rf 110000.000
Craig 1b 422210.318
B.Peterson lf 100000.111
Holliday lf 522101.276
Maness p 000000.000
Ro.Johnson c 100000.286
Freese 3b 312111.266
Blazek p 000000
Dscalso ph-2b 100000.257
Jay cf 432201.256
T.Cruz c-3b 513200.234
Kozma ss 511101.236
J.Kelly p 312001.231
Adams ph-1b 211000.287
Totals 4213171146
Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
S.Marte lf-cf 402001.279
Walker 2b 400001.242
McCutchen cf 200010.299
Presley lf 100001.291
P.Alvarez 3b 300001.240
J.Harrison 3b 100000.276
G.Jones 1b 300000.255
J.Gomez p 000000.091
Black p 000000
Barmes ph 100001.225
T.Sanchez c 301010.214
Tabata rf 301010.253
Mercer ss 300010.274
Morton p 201001.067
G.Sanchez 1b 100000.239
Totals 3105046
St. Louis 010301800—13170
Pittsburgh 000000000—051

E—P.Alvarez (20). LOB—St. Louis 10, Pittsburgh 8. 2B—Beltran (15), Craig (25), Holliday (17), Freese (16), T.Cruz (3), S.Marte (22). RBIs—M.Carpenter (52), Beltran (57), Craig 2 (81), Holliday (51), Freese (35), Jay 2 (41), T.Cruz 2 (8), Kozma (32). S—M.Carpenter. SF—M.Carpenter. RLISP—St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 4. RMU—Holliday 2. GIDP—T.Cruz, Mercer. DP—St. Louis 1, Pittsburgh 1.

St. Louis IPHRERBBSOERA
J.Kelly W,2-3 6300443.10
Maness 1000002.70
Blazek 1100015.40
Mujica 1100011.97
Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
Morton L,3-3 61055154.07
J.Gomez 1/3476203.41
Black 22/3311114.50

IR-S—Black 3-3. HBP—Jay, Freese. WP—Morton, Black. T—3:22. A—31,999 (38,362).

Braves 11, Rockies 2

Justin Upton drove in five runs with two homers, Julio Teheran matched his career high with 11 strikeouts, and Atlanta beat visiting Colorado for its seventh straight win. Jason Heyward added a two-run homer and Chris Johnson had three hits as the Braves completed a four-game sweep of the Rockies. The Braves outscored the Rockies 31-5 in the last three games of the series. Atlanta’s 7-0 homestand also included three wins over St. Louis.

Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Fowler cf 300020.268
Dickerson lf 301111.267
Tulowitzki ss 200002.320
J.Herrera ss 201101.266
W.Rosario c 401002.276
Helton 1b 402002.261
Arenado 3b 300002.251
Corpas p 000000.000
Chatwood ph 100001.323
Escalona p 000000.000
Brothers p 000000.000
Blackmon rf 411002.242
LeMhieu 2b-3b 413000.278
Bettis p 200000.000
Culberson 2b 200001.000
Totals 34292314
Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Heyward cf 331220.232
J.Upton rf 522501.258
F.Freeman 1b 422010.311
Gattis lf 400000.250
Cunningham lf 111000.667
McCann c 301120.284
C.Johnson 3b 503200.346
Uggla 2b 400011.197
Simmons ss 411001.252
Teheran p 212100.233
S.Downs p 000000
Constanza ph 100000.160
D.Carpenter p 000000.000
Avilan p 000000
Trdoslavich ph 111000.303
Varvaro p 000000
Totals 3711141163
Colorado 010000100—290
Atlanta 21020015x—11140

LOB—Colorado 9, Atlanta 8. 2B—Blackmon (4), LeMahieu 2 (14), F.Freeman (20), Teheran (2). HR—Heyward (10), J.Upton 2 (18). RBIs—Co.Dickerson (4), J.Herrera (12), Heyward 2 (29), J.Upton 5 (53), McCann (42), C.Johnson 2 (39), Teheran (2). SB—LeMahieu (12). SF—Co.Dickerson. RLISP—Colorado 6, Atlanta 3. RMU—Bettis, J.Upton, McCann. GIDP—Arenado, Uggla. DP—Colorado 1, Atlanta 1.

Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
Bettis L,0-1 5655519.00
Corpas 2311023.81
Escalona 1/3455105.79
Brothers 2/3100001.22
Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
Teheran W,8-5 55112113.02
S.Downs 1100010.00
D.Carpenter 2/3111112.09
Avilan H,18 11/3200011.22
Varvaro 1000003.08

IR-S—Brothers 1-1, Avilan 2-1. IBB—F.Freeman. WP—Escalona. T—3:15. A—30,069 (49,586).

Dodgers 6, Cubs 4

Yasiel Puig hit a long home run and scored two runs to lead visiting Los Angeles to a victory over Chicago. Hanley Ramirez and Jerry Hairston each drove in two runs for the Dodgers, who got a win a night after having a four-game winning streak snapped and improved their record to 11-2 since the All-Star break.

Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
C.Crawford lf 501000.278
Puig cf 422111.367
A.Gonzalez 1b 512100.299
H.Ramirez ss 501201.370
Uribe 3b 401002.262
Van Slyke rf 412000.253
M.Ellis 2b 311010.280
Federowicz c 201010.210
Nolasco p 200000.143
Hairston Jr. ph 111200.252
Howell p 000000.000
Withrow p 000000
Schmaker ph 100001.265
P.Rodriguez p 000000
Jansen p 000000.000
Totals 36612635
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
DeJesus cf 400002.268
Lake lf 422201.323
Rizzo 1b 322211.245
D.Navarro c 400000.286
Schierholtz rf 300011.266
St.Castro ss 400002.246
Valbuena 3b 100011.222
Ransom ph-3b 200002.209
Barney 2b 401002.212
Rusin p 200000.143
Bowden p 000000
E.Sanchez p 000000
Borbon ph 100000.194
H.Rondon p 000000
Totals 32454312
Los Angeles 002003001—6121
Chicago 201000010—450

E—H.Ramirez (7). LOB—Los Angeles 7, Chicago 4. 2B—Puig (11), H.Ramirez (17), Van Slyke (7), M.Ellis (6). HR—Puig (11), Lake 2 (4), Rizzo (16), Rizzo (17). RBIs—Puig (24), Ad.Gonzalez (66), H.Ramirez 2 (37), Hairston Jr. 2 (15), Lake 2 (7), Rizzo 2 (62). S—Federowicz. RLISP—Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1. GIDP—D.Navarro. DP—Los Angeles 1.

Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Nolasco W,7-9 5433163.78
Howell H,8 2/3000202.25
Withrow H,2 11/3000022.84
Rodriguez H,13 1111012.39
Jansen S,15-18 1000032.11
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Rusin L,1-1 5744343.98
Bowden BS,2-2 1311003.86
E.Sanchez 1100000.00
H.Rondon 2111016.17

IR-S—Withrow 2-0, Bowden 2-2. IBB—Federowicz. T—3:05. A—34,005 (41,019).

Interleague

Rangers 7, D-backs 1

Yu Darvish struck out 14, matching the most in his 50 major-league starts, and Texas hit three solo homers to beat Arizona in a makeup game at Arlington, Texas. Darvish had no walks and scattered five hits while throwing 78 strikes in 111 pitches over seven scoreless innings. It was his major league-leading eighth game this season with at least 10 strikeouts. Darvish struck out 10 of his first 13 batters.

Arizona ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Parra rf 400003.269
Eaton cf 401001.196
Gldschmidt 1b 400003.300
Er.Chavez 3b 301002.305
Pennington 2b 100000.241
C.Ross lf 412000.271
Prado 2b-3b 402101.265
Kubel dh 400002.226
Gregorius ss 301001.277
Gosewisch c 301001.333
Totals 34181014
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Martin cf-rf 501201.279
Andrus dh 411002.253
Kinsler 2b 311010.276
A.Beltre 3b 400001.311
Pierzynski c 413300.279
N.Cruz rf 300001.272
Gentry ph-cf 100000.231
Da.Murphy lf 413100.227
Profar ss 411001.244
Moreland 1b 321100.243
Totals 35711716
Arizona 000000001—181
Texas 01130020x—7110

E—Sipp (1). LOB—Arizona 6, Texas 6. 2B—L.Martin (10), Andrus (12), Dav.Murphy (18). HR—Pierzynski (12), Moreland (15), Dav.Murphy (12). RBIs—Prado (42), L.Martin 2 (22), Pierzynski 3 (40), Dav.Murphy (34), Moreland (41). SB—C.Ross (2), Pierzynski (1). RLISP—Arizona 3, Texas 3. RMU—Moreland. GIDP—Kubel. DP—Texas 1.

Arizona IPHRERBBSOERA
Spruill L,0-1 4755036.48
Collmenter 2100022.66
Sipp 1220103.94
D.Hernandez 1100014.98
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Darvish W,10-5 75000142.66
Cotts 1100000.80
Soria 1211004.91

HBP—Moreland. T—2:47. A—41,569 (48,114).

On this date

1906 – The “Hitless Wonder” Chicago White Sox began their A.L. record 19-game winning streak with a 3-0 win over Boston. The record would be tied by the 1947 New York Yankees.

1907 – Walter Johnson made his major league debut with the Washington Senators and lost 3-2 to the Detroit Tigers. The first hit he yielded was a bunt single by Ty Cobb. The Tigers beat “The Big Train” 7-6 exactly 20 years later on Walter Johnson Day in the nation’s capital.

1959 – Bill Bruton of Milwaukee hit three triples, including two with the bases loaded, to lead the Braves to an 11-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in the nightcap of a doubleheader.

1979 – New York Yankees captain Thurman Munson died in the crash of his private plane while practicing takeoffs and landings at the Canton, Ohio, airport.

1987 – Kevin Seitzer went 6 for 6, hit two homers and drove in seven runs to pace a 20-hit Kansas City attack as the Royals beat the Boston Red Sox 13-5.

1987 – Eric Davis led off the bottom of the 11th inning with his 30th home run of the season to give the Cincinnati Reds a 5-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Davis’ homer made him the seventh – and earliest player in major league history – with 30 homers and 30 steals in the same season.

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