June 14, 2013 in Sports

Thursday’s baseball box scores

 

American

A’s 3, Yankees 2 (18)

Nate Freiman singled home the winning run in the 18th inning against Mariano Rivera, lifting Oakland to a walk-off victory at home over New York for a three-game sweep. John Jaso singled off Preston Claiborne to start the rally. Freiman ended the 5-hour, 35-minute game on New York’s getaway day to Anaheim for a weekend series with the Angels. Oakland became the first American League team to play two 18-inning games in one season since the A’s and Washington did so in 1971.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Gardner cf 612021.284
J.Nix ss 501001.249
Overbay ph 100000.245
Brignac ss 100000.133
Cano 2b 613220.282
Teixeira 1b 500023.163
Hafner dh 800003.220
Youkilis 3b 700013.219
V.Wells lf 800003.229
I.Suzuki rf 703000.264
C.Stewart c 601001.275
Totals 602102715
Oakland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jaso dh 722010.280
S.Smith lf 803103.273
Lowrie ss 601020.297
Donaldson 3b 600002.310
Freiman 1b 201100.277
Moss 1b-3b 701002.225
Reddick rf 601010.187
C.Young cf 410011.169
Crisp ph-cf 202000.297
Sogard 2b 301000.264
Rosales ph-2b 400004.205
D.Norris c 700101.195
Totals 623123513
N.Y.200000000000000000—2100
Oak 002000000000000001—3122

E—Blevins (1), Lowrie (8). LOB—New York 14, Oakland 12. 2B—Gardner (15), Cano 2 (14), S.Smith (15). HR—Cano (16). RBIs—Cano 2 (42), S.Smith (25), Freiman (16), D.Norris (15). SB—I.Suzuki (6), C.Young (6), Sogard (6). CS—Sogard (2). S—J.Nix, C.Stewart. RLISP—New York 8, Oakland 6. RMU—D.Norris. GIDP—Youkilis, I.Suzuki. DP—Oakland 2.

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Kuroda 8222232.78
D.Robertson 1200032.30
Logan 2/3000011.45
Kelley 1/3000014.62
Warren 6400243.12
Claiborne L,0-1 11/3211010.86
Rivera 0200101.48
Oakland IPHRERBBSOERA
J.Parker 8522224.45
Balfour 1000011.26
Cook 1100012.40
Blevins 1100122.12
Neshek 1100122.38
Okajima 1/3100102.25
J.Chavez W,1-0 52/3100271.83

IR-S—Rivera 1-1, J.Chavez 2-0. IBB—Lowrie, Gardner, Cano 2, Teixeira. HBP—Teixeira. WP—Warren. T—5:35. A—27,569 (35,067).

Royals 10, Rays 1

Elliot Johnson had a three-run homer for his second hit of an eight-run sixth inning, leading surging Kansas City over Tampa Bay at St. Petersburg, Fla. Johnson, who was traded to Kansas City by the Rays in February, led off the big inning with a single and chased Jeremy Hellickson with his second homer of the season, both coming against Tampa Bay.

Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Gordon lf 412101.302
Frncour ph-rf 100001.210
Hosmer 1b 411111.273
S.Perez c 411100.314
Kottaras ph-c 100000.136
B.Butler dh 412000.273
Getz ph-dh 000010.212
L.Cain cf 511002.283
Lough rf-lf 512201.273
M.Tejada 3b 411101.327
E.Johnson 2b 423301.242
A.Escobar ss 411000.238
Totals 401014928
Tampa Bay ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Joyce rf 402001.264
Zobrist 2b 300000.270
R.Roberts 2b 100000.238
K.Johnson 3b 200010.254
Longoria dh 301001.305
Lobaton ph 100001.283
Loney 1b 200000.318
Scott ph-1b 202000.221
De.Jennings cf 400000.247
Fuld lf 400001.182
J.Molina c 311000.243
Y.Escobar ss 200000.249
S.Rodriguez ss 100001.246
Totals 3216015
Kansas City 000008110—10141
Tampa Bay 000001000—160

E—M.Tejada (2). LOB—Kansas City 5, Tampa Bay 6. 2B—L.Cain (15), M.Tejada (2), A.Escobar (9), Scott (3). HR—E.Johnson (2), Hosmer (2). RBIs—A.Gordon (33), Hosmer (22), S.Perez (23), Lough 2 (10), M.Tejada (9), E.Johnson 3 (7). RLISP—Kansas City 2, Tampa Bay 3. RMU—De.Jennings. GIDP—S.Perez, Loney. DP—Kansas City 2, Tampa Bay 1.

Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
Santana W,5-5 72/3510032.74
J.Gutierrez 11/3100123.48
Tampa Bay IPHRERBBSOERA
Hllickson L,4-3 52/31088045.67
Odorizzi 31/3422248.03

IR-S—J.Gutierrez 1-0. HBP—K.Johnson. WP—E.Santana, Hellickson, Odorizzi. T—3:05. A—11,398 (34,078).

Blue Jays 3, Rangers 1

Edwin Encarnacion hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth inning as Toronto defeated host Texas at Arlington. The slumping Rangers wasted another solid outing by Yu Darvish, who has made five consecutive starts without a victory. Esmil Rogers allowed one run over seven innings, the same as Darvish, who struck out nine. Darvish has a 2.08 ERA over 34 2/3 innings his last five starts.

Toronto ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Me.Cabrera lf 401101.282
R.Davis lf 000000.304
Bautista rf 310011.267
Encrnacion 1b 301211.267
Lind dh 400002.335
Col.Rasmus cf 400003.249
M.Izturis 3b 401001.215
Arencibia c 400001.211
Bonifacio 2b 321001.208
Kawasaki ss 100010.214
Totals 30343311
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Andrus ss 401001.254
Dav.Murphy lf 300011.208
Berkman dh 401000.272
Beltre 3b 401000.300
Pierzynski c 400000.295
N.Cruz rf 312100.264
McGuiness 1b 301000.211
Profar 2b 300001.280
L.Martin cf 200000.257
Gentry cf 100001.225
Totals 3116114
Toronto 001000020—340
Texas 010000000—161

E—Beltre (5). LOB—Toronto 4, Texas 4. 2B—Encarnacion (10), M.Izturis (6). HR—N.Cruz (16). RBIs—Me.Cabrera (24), Encarnacion 2 (55), N.Cruz (44). SB—Bonifacio (8). S—Kawasaki. RLISP—Toronto 3. RMU—Me.Cabrera. GIDP—Bautista, Beltre. DP—Toronto 2, Texas 1.

Toronto IPHRERBBSOERA
E.Rogers W,2-2 7511113.21
Delabar H,3 1100031.85
Janssen S,14-15 1000002.49
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Darvish 7311292.64
Cotts L,2-1 2/3010000.71
Scheppers 1/3111111.11
McClellan 1000012.25

IR-S—Scheppers 1-1. T—2:36. A—32,013 (48,114).

Orioles 5, Red Sox 4 (13)

Chris Davis singled home the tiebreaking run with two outs in the 13th inning, giving Baltimore an exhausting victory over visiting Boston in the opener of a four-game series between East Division contenders. Danny Valencia homered for the Orioles, who moved into second place and within 2 1/2 games of Boston. Baltimore won despite leaving 16 on base and going 4 for 14 with runners in scoring position. With two outs in the 13th, Nick Markakis drew a walk from Alex Wilson. Adam Jones singled and Davis followed with an opposite-field pop that landed in front of left fielder Daniel Nava. T.J. McFarland pitched the 13th to earn his first major league win. The Orioles used seven pitchers, none of whom issued a walk.

Boston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Ellsbury cf 500101.278
Victorino rf 601002.277
Pedroia 2b 501000.325
D.Ortiz dh 511101.306
Napoli 1b 101000.262
Carp 1b 311102.330
Gomes ph-lf 100000.205
Nava lf-1b 511001.296
Sltlmacchia c 511002.276
Middlebrks 3b 502001.201
Drew ss 400101.218
Totals 45494011
Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
McLouth lf 300022.285
Machado 3b 712100.316
Markakis rf 621012.290
A.Jones cf 601001.298
C.Davis 1b 602203.338
Wieters c 602102.242
Hardy ss 400020.263
Valencia dh 512101.273
Dickrsn ph-dh 101000.274
Flaherty 2b 611002.172
Totals 505125513
Boston 0002002000000—492
Baltimore 0030100000001—5121

E—Victorino (1), Middlebrooks (8), Wieters (3). LOB—Boston 4, Baltimore 16. 2B—Napoli (21), Middlebrooks (13), Valencia (5), Dickerson (4), Flaherty (6). HR—D.Ortiz (14), Carp (7), Valencia (4). RBIs—Ellsbury (22), D.Ortiz (49), Carp (23), Drew (27), Machado (35), C.Davis 2 (56), Wieters (35), Valencia (8). SB—Ellsbury (30). CS—Ellsbury (3). S—McLouth. SF—Drew. RLISP—Boston 3, Baltimore 7. DP—Baltimore 1.

Boston IPHRERBBSOERA
Doubront 42/3743154.91
F.Morales 11/3100016.00
A.Miller 2000243.09
Tazawa 11/3100002.32
Breslow 2/3000111.96
Wilson L,1-1 22/3311122.61
Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
Gausman 51/3622057.66
Matusz BS,3-3 11/3322014.33
Tom.Hunter 21/3000021.93
O’Day 11/3000021.48
Patton 2/3000004.55
Ji.Johnson 1000004.18
McFrland W,1-0 1000014.02

IR-S—F.Morales 3-0, Matusz 1-0, Tom.Hunter 1-0. HBP—McLouth, C.Davis, A.Jones. CI—Wieters. T—4:35. A—20,098 (45,971).

National

Cardinals 2, Mets 1

Adam Wainwright became the major leagues’ first 10-game winner this season by pitching seven scoreless innings and sent Matt Harvey to his first loss of the season, leading St. Louis to a win at New York in a classic pitching matchup. Wainwright retired his first 11 batters before David Wright’s single, and allowed four hits with six strikeouts and two walks. Wainwright matched his career best by winning his fifth straight start, dropped his ERA to 2.18 and got his 1,000th career strikeout when Wright was called out on a first-inning curveball.

St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carpenter 2b 402100.327
Beltran rf 412002.307
Holliday lf 401001.266
Rosenthal p 000000
Mujica p 000000.000
Craig 1b 402101.315
Y.Molina c 300011.353
Jay cf 400000.247
Descalso 3b 400003.259
Kozma ss 413000.258
Wainwright p 100000.147
Robinson ph-lf 200000.222
Totals 34210218
New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Valdespin 2b 400000.219
Quintanilla ss 400001.271
D.Wright 3b 403001.288
Dan.Murphy 1b 300011.283
Duda lf 400001.227
Byrd rf 412102.252
Buck c 402000.223
Cowgill pr 000000.157
Nieuwnhuis cf 300011.074
Harvey p 200000.138
Ju.Turner ph 100000.287
Rice p 000000
Hawkins p 000000
Edgin p 000000
Satin ph 100001.000
Totals 3417128
St. Louis 001000010—2100
New York 000000001—170

LOB—St. Louis 7, New York 8. 2B—Kozma (12), Buck (6). 3B—M.Carpenter (2). HR—Byrd (10). RBIs—M.Carpenter (25), Craig (49), Byrd (31). CS—M.Carpenter (2). S—Wainwright. RLISP—St. Louis 3, New York 3. RMU—Wainwright, Buck, Nieuwenhuis. GIDP—Holliday. DP—New York 1.

St. Louis IPHRERBBSOERA
Wnwright W,10-3 7400262.18
Rosenthal H,16 1100011.64
Mujica S,19-19 1211011.82
New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Harvey L,5-1 7511172.04
Rice 2/3211004.40
Hawkins 1/3200004.21
Edgin 1100017.94

IR-S—Hawkins 1-1. IBB—Nieuwenhuis. T—2:43. A—25,471 (41,922).

Nationals 5, Rockies 4

Ryan Zimmerman homered and drove in three runs, Ian Desmond got four hits and Washington beat depleted Colorado at Denver. The Rockies lost four players and a coach, as well as the rubber match of the three-game series. Outfielders Carlos Gonzalez and Dexter Fowler were injured early and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki left for an undisclosed reason in the eighth. Reliever Wilton Lopez and pitching coach Jim Wright were ejected in the seventh.

Washington ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Span cf 500000.263
Kobernus lf 300002.231
Stammen p 000000.000
Brndina ph-lf 211000.194
Zimmrman 3b 422301.274
Werth rf 400002.252
A.LaRoche 1b 300012.250
Desmond ss 414100.293
Rendon 2b 301010.308
K.Suzuki c 400001.221
Detwiler p 211001.063
Lmbrdozzi lf 100000.217
X.Cedeno p 000000
Storen p 000000
Marrero ph 100000.000
R.Soriano p 000000
Totals 3659429
Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Fowler cf 111000.302
Herrera lf-ss 301000.303
Pchco 1b-lf 400001.275
C.Gonzalez lf 000000.299
Colvin ph-lf-cf 401100.267
Tulowitzki ss 311001.347
Torrealba ph-1b 100000.274
Cuddyer rf 411000.337
W.Rosario c 400102.239
Arenado 3b 412000.257
LeMahieu 2b 401001.266
Francis p 200000.000
W.Lopez p 000000.000
Chacin ph 000010.190
Belisle p 000000.000
Brothers p 000000
Helton ph 101100.252
Chatwood pr 000000.357
Totals 3549315
Washington 002000120—591
Colorado 100200001—490

E—Werth (1). LOB—Washington 6, Colorado 6. 2B—Bernadina (4), Zimmerman (10), Fowler (12), Cuddyer (15), LeMahieu (6). HR—Zimmerman (7). RBIs—Zimmerman 3 (32), Desmond (32), Colvin (7), W.Rosario (32), Helton (26). SB—Desmond (6), LeMahieu (7). RLISP—Washington 3, Colorado 2. RMU—Werth, Pacheco, W.Rosario. GIDP—LeMahieu. DP—Washington 1.

Washington IPHRERBBSOERA
Detwiler 5633023.02
Stammen W,4-2 2100112.94
X.Cedeno H,1 1/3000000.00
Storen H,9 2/3000004.73
Soriano S,17-20 1211022.67
Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
Francis 6522085.87
Lopez BS,3-3 1111013.79
Belisle L,4-3 1322203.57
Brothers 1000000.30

HBP—Fowler. WP—Belisle. Balk—W.Lopez 2. T—3:05. A—37,017 (50,398).

Cubs 6, Reds 5 (14)

Pinch-hitter Julio Borbon had a two-out RBI single in the 14th inning, helping Chicago beat visiting Cincinnati. The Cubs hadn’t beaten the Reds at Wrigley Field since Aug 9. With the win, the Cubs avoided a four-game sweep and improved to 3-10 against the Reds this season.

Cincinnati ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Choo cf 521121.279
Cozart ss 712000.245
Votto 1b 601213.319
Phillips 2b 701103.289
Bruce rf 714002.279
Frazier 3b 301010.249
Simon p 000000.200
M.Parra p 000000.500
LeCure p 000000
Hoover p 000000
Robinson ph-lf 300003.302
Paul lf 500003.276
Partch p 100000.000
Broxton p 000000
Mesoraco c 512110.254
Latos p 301001.143
Hnnahan ph-3b 300003.212
Totals 555135519
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
DeJesus cf 711101.258
S.Castro ss 723001.243
Rizzo 1b 500021.243
A.Soriano lf 702102.267
Schierholtz rf 532020.297
Valbuena 3b 601101.235
H.Rondon p 000000
Borbon ph 101100.226
Castillo c 503101.256
Barney 2b 602100.208
Samardzija p 200002.095
Villanueva p 000000.176
Sweeney ph 000010.345
Russell p 000000
D.Navarro ph 100000.264
Gregg p 000000
Marmol p 000000
Hairston ph 100001.155
B.Parker p 000000
Ransom 3b 100001.238
Totals 546156511
Cincinnati 02002100000000—5131
Chicago 10011101000001—6152

E—Phillips (5), S.Castro 2 (9). LOB—Cincinnati 13, Chicago 13. 2B—Bruce (21), S.Castro (15). 3B—Schierholtz 2 (2). HR—DeJesus (6). RBIs—Choo (22), Votto 2 (33), Phillips (54), Mesoraco (16), DeJesus (18), A.Soriano (28), Valbuena (18), Borbon (3), Castillo (11), Barney (10). SB—Bruce (2), S.Castro 2 (5). RLISP—Cincinnati 7, Chicago 6. RMU—DeJesus, A.Soriano, Schierholtz, Valbuena. GIDP—Barney. DP—Cincinnati 1, Chicago 1.

Cincinnati IPHRERBBSOERA
Latos 6844143.08
Simon H,2 2/3000113.21
M.Parra H,4 1/3000007.50
LeCure BS,2-2 1311102.73
Hoover 1100115.20
Partch 4100041.69
Broxton L,2-2 2/3211114.33
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Samardzija 61055463.46
Villanueva 1000103.71
Russell 1000011.40
Gregg 1000020.92
Marmol 1100034.97
B.Parker 2100031.17
H.Rondon W,1-0 2100045.63

IR-S—M.Parra 1-0. IBB—Schierholtz, Rizzo. HBP—Castillo. WP—Latos. T—5:07. A—28,986 (41,019).

Giants 10, Pirates 0

Matt Cain allowed two hits over 6 2/3 innings and San Francisco pounded visiting Pittsburgh. A year to the day after throwing a perfect game against Houston, Cain was nearly flawless again. He struck out three and walked two, giving up a single to Garrett Jones in the fifth and a double to Andrew McCutchen in the seventh. Hunter Pence hit his 11th homer of the season, while Buster Posey, Gregor Blanco and Joaquin Arias had three hits apiece for the San Francisco.

San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Blanco cf 523211.274
B.Crawford ss 221110.289
Posey c 523200.306
Quiroz c 100000.171
Pence rf 512300.296
Affeldt p 000000
Belt 1b 401002.251
An.Torres lf 401103.269
Arias 3b 503000.274
Noonan 2b 532000.212
M.Cain p 400001.120
J.Lopez p 000000
Machi p 000000
Perez ph-rf 101000.571
Totals 411017927
Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Presley lf 400001.238
Snider rf 401001.234
McCutchen cf 401001.296
G.Jones 1b 301010.266
Walker 2b 200000.254
P.Alvarez 3b 100021.214
McKenry c 300001.211
Mercer ss 300001.268
Morton p 100000.000
Zagurski p 000000
Inge ph 100000.207
Reid p 000000
G.Sanchez ph 100001.250
Mazzaro p 000000.000
Totals 2703037
San Francisco 110025001—10170
Pittsburgh 000000000—033

E—Walker (4), McCutchen (2), P.Alvarez (12). LOB—San Francisco 11, Pittsburgh 4. 2B—G.Blanco (9), Posey (16), Belt (14), Noonan (2), McCutchen (19). HR—Pence (11). RBIs—G.Blanco 2 (20), B.Crawford (27), Posey 2 (39), Pence 3 (35), An.Torres (14). SB—G.Blanco (7), Pence (13). SF—B.Crawford, An.Torres. RLISP—San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 2. RMU—Pence, M.Cain. GIDP—Noonan, G.Jones, Walker 2. DP—San Francisco 3, Pittsburgh 1.

San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
M.Cain W,5-3 62/3200234.70
J.Lopez 0000101.69
Machi 11/3000032.18
Affeldt 1100012.38
Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
Morton L,0-1 5742153.60
Zagurski 16550115.00
Reid 2200101.93
Mazzaro 1211012.54

IR-S—J.Lopez 2-0, Machi 3-0. HBP—Walker, B.Crawford 2, Belt. T—3:17. A—22,532 (38,362).

Interleague

Phillies 3, Twins 2

Cliff Lee allowed two runs in seven strong innings, Ben Revere had four hits and scored the go-ahead run, and Philadelphia rallied to beat Minnesota at Minneapolis and snap a five-game losing streak. The speedy Revere slid home with nobody out in the eighth, scoring from third base on Jimmy Rollins’ chopper. First baseman Justin Morneau was playing in, but his throw was too late to catch Revere – formerly of the Twins.

Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Revere cf 624000.266
M.Young 3b 502100.278
Rollins ss 501101.262
Howard 1b 503101.260
D.Brown lf 301020.282
D.Young dh 501002.224
L.Nix rf 502001.207
Mayberry pr-rf 000000.266
Galvis 2b 501001.213
Quintero c 300003.216
Frandsen ph 111000.273
Lerud c 100001.000
Totals 443163210
Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carroll 3b 300000.210
C.Herrmann ph 100001.462
Mauer c 311011.332
Doumit rf 311000.226
Parmelee rf 100000.222
Willingham dh 300001.214
Morneau 1b 301200.294
Arcia lf 300000.266
Thomas cf 300003.250
Dozier 2b 300001.224
E.Escobar ss 300002.236
Totals 2923219
Philadelphia 100000020—3160
Minnesota 000000200—232

E—Correia (1), E.Escobar (3). LOB—Philadelphia 16, Minnesota 1. 2B—Frandsen (5), Morneau (16). 3B—Revere (2). RBIs—M.Young (13), Rollins (22), Howard (32), Morneau 2 (38). SB—Revere (15). RLISP—Philadelphia 8, Minnesota 1. GIDP—D.Young, Doumit. DP—Philadelphia 1, Minnesota 1.

Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Lee W,8-2 7322162.55
Mi.Adams H,6 1000014.03
Papelbon S,12-12 1000021.52
Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Correia 5811163.97
Swarzak 2400013.21
Burton L,0-4 BS1322113.68
Roenicke 1/3100012.90
Thielbar 2/3000010.00

IR-S—Thielbar 1-0. IBB—D.Brown. PB—Mauer. T—2:54. A—28,519 (39,021).

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