May 3, 2013 in Sports

Thursday’s baseball box scores

 

American

Red Sox 3, Blue Jays 1

Ryan Dempster won his second straight start and visiting Boston took advantage of a season-high 10 walks to beat Toronto. Dempster allowed one run and four hits in six innings. The right-hander, who walked three and struck out four, retired 10 of the final 11 batters he faced. The Red Sox improved their major league-best road record to 9-3 and won their seventh series in nine tries this season.

Boston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Ellsbury cf 401110.279
J.Gomes lf 402010.208
Pedroia 2b 500000.315
Napoli dh 511002.283
Nava rf 301021.298
Middlbrks 3b 410011.198
Carp 1b 301112.464
D.Ross c 110030.229
Drew ss 200112.186
Totals 31363108
Toronto ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Lawrie 3b 311111.220
Lind 1b 300012.220
Bautista rf 301010.200
Encrncion dh 401000.229
Arencibia c 401002.245
Me.Cabrera lf 400003.235
Rasmus cf 403000.253
Bonifacio 2b 300000.171
R.Davis ph 100000.274
Kawasaki ss 200020.217
Totals 3117158
Boston 020001000—360
Toronto 100000000—172

E—Bautista (2), Lawrie (4). LOB—Boston 12, Toronto 8. 2B—J.Gomes (3), Napoli (15), Nava (5). HR—Lawrie (3). RBIs—Ellsbury (12), Carp (8), Drew (9), Lawrie (7). SB—Kawasaki (2). SF—Drew. RLISP—Boston 8, Toronto 4. RMU—J.Gomes, Pedroia, Middlebrooks. GIDP—Napoli, D.Ross, Encarnacion 2, Kawasaki. DP—Boston 3, Toronto 2.

Boston IPHRERBBSOERA
Dempster W,2-2 6411343.00
A.Miller H,3 2/3100114.26
Tazawa H,9 1/3000112.77
Uehara H,8 1100021.54
Hanrahan S,4-5 1100009.45
Toronto IPHRERBBSOERA
Happ L,2-2 32/3322723.98
Lincoln 12/3111127.36
Delabar 12/3100022.12
Cecil 1000121.15
E.Rogers 1100105.65

IR-S—Tazawa 2-0, Lincoln 3-0, Delabar 1-1. WP—A.Miller, Lincoln. T—3:22. A—25,851 (49,282).

White Sox 3, Rangers 1

Hector Santiago allowed two runs in five-plus innings filling in for Jake Peavy, Tyler Flowers hit a three-run homer and Chicago beat Texas in Arlington, Texas, handing the Rangers their first series loss of the season. Adrian Beltre’s homer in the second was the only hit through five innings against Santiago, who had six strikeouts and two walks in 51/3 innings. The left-hander made his first start of the season and fifth of his career after Peavy was scratched because of back spasms.

Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
De Aza cf 402012.250
Keppinger 2b 501000.194
Rios rf 400011.265
A.Dunn 1b 301012.147
Konerko dh 400001.227
Gillaspie 3b 411001.319
Al.Ramirez ss 412001.292
Flowers c 411301.186
C.Wells lf 300012.000
Totals 35383411
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Kinsler 2b 301011.330
Andrus ss 300011.241
Berkman dh 200021.321
L.Garcia pr-dh 000000.214
Beltre 3b 411101.215
N.Cruz rf 200021.291
Pierzynski c 400001.280
Je.Baker lf 300003.321
Dav.Murphy lf 000010.174
Moreland 1b 300001.250
Gentry cf 200000.208
L.Martin ph-cf 201001.255
Totals 28131711
Chicago 000003000—380
Texas 010000000—130

LOB—Chicago 9, Texas 8. 2B—Kinsler (7). HR—Flowers (4), Beltre (6). RBIs—Flowers 3 (10), Beltre (12). SB—Al.Ramirez (4), N.Cruz (1). RLISP—Chicago 5, Texas 4. GIDP—Beltre. DP—Chicago 2.

Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Santiago W,1-1 51/3211262.29
Lindstrom H,3 2/3000204.63
Thornton H,8 1000013.24
Crain H,7 1100111.50
Reed S,10-10 1000231.38
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Grimm L,2-1 62/3633492.28
Kirkman 1/3000016.94
Scheppers 1000000.61
R.Ross 1200010.69

IR-S—Lindstrom 2-0, Thornton 1-0. HBP—Moreland. WP—Lindstrom, Grimm. T—2:53. A—31,199 (48,114).

Orioles 5, Angels 1

Chris Tillman returned to his hometown and outpitched Joe Blanton with eight scoreless innings of three-hit ball, right fielder Nick Markakis threw out Mike Trout at the plate, and Baltimore beat Los Angeles in Anaheim, Calif., in the opener of a four-game series. Markakis also hit an RBI double and Nate McLouth hit a two-run homer in the ninth.

Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
McLouth lf 512200.333
Machado 3b 402110.317
Markakis rf 501100.281
A.Jones cf 411000.331
C.Davis 1b 301111.337
Wieters c 401001.229
Hardy ss 400000.188
Flaherty 2b 400002.109
Reimold dh 432000.218
Totals 37510524
Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aybar ss 401000.300
Trout cf 300010.263
Pujols 1b 411100.245
Trumbo dh 300011.293
Hamilton rf 401002.216
H.Kendrick 2b 300001.291
Conger c 301000.219
B.Harris 3b 200000.237
Cousins ph 100001.000
L.Jimenez 3b 000000.254
Shuck lf 300000.375
Totals 3014125
Baltimore 001001102—5100
Los Angeles 000000001—141

E—B.Harris (3). LOB—Baltimore 7, Los Angeles 4. 2B—Markakis (3), C.Davis (9). HR—McLouth (3), Pujols (5). RBIs—McLouth 2 (10), Machado (18), Markakis (15), C.Davis (29), Pujols (19). RLISP—Baltimore 6, Los Angeles 1. RMU—McLouth, Markakis, Wieters, Hardy, B.Harris. GIDP—Markakis. DP—Los Angeles 1.

Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
Tillman W,2-1 8300233.63
Ji.Johnson 1111021.20
Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Blanton L,0-5 8832235.97
Brasier 12220118.00

T—2:28. A—35,118 (45,483).

Tigers 7, Astros 3 (14)

Don Kelly had an RBI single to start a four-run 14th inning and visiting Detroit beat Houston. Matt Tuiasosopo’s two-run double made it 6-3 before Detroit added a run on a sacrifice fly by Jhonny Peralta. Luke Putkonen, who was called up from Triple-A on Thursday, allowed no hits in the last 21/3 innings for the win in a game that took 4 hours, 50 minutes.

Detroit ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Jackson cf 723004.293
Tor.Hunter rf 601111.355
Mi.Cabrera 3b 512120.373
Fielder 1b 521010.297
V.Martinez dh 401001.214
D.Kelly pr-dh 312101.241
Dirks lf 300000.200
Tsosopo ph-lf 301212.303
Jh.Peralta ss 602103.295
Avila c 300013.176
B.Pena ph-c 301001.212
Infante 2b 611002.297
Totals 547156618
Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Grossmn cf-lf512012.184
Altuve 2b 500012.322
J.Castro c 611202.277
C.Pena dh 612101.240
Carter 1b-lf 500002.210
F.Martinez lf 200000.214
Ankiel rf 201001.200
B.Laird ph-1b 100000.241
Barnes rf-cf-rf 500003.333
Dminguez 3b 500004.238
Gonzalez ss 500001.260
Totals 47363218
Detroit 00200001000004—7151
Houston 20010000000000—361

E—Porcello (1), Ankiel (2). LOB—Detroit 13, Houston 4. 2B—A.Jackson (6), D.Kelly (2), Tuiasosopo (2), Infante (3), Grossman (3). HR—J.Castro (2), C.Pena (3). RBIs—Tor.Hunter (14), Mi.Cabrera (30), D.Kelly (1), Tuiasosopo 2 (8), Jh.Peralta (13), J.Castro 2 (6), C.Pena (9). CS—Grossman (1). SF—Jh.Peralta. RLISP—Detroit 5, Houston 1. RMU—Tor.Hunter. GIDP—Mi.Cabrera. DP—Houston 1.

Detroit IPHRERBBSOERA
Porcello 7533077.52
Ortega 2000030.00
Benoit 2000131.88
D.Downs 2/3100013.18
Putkonen W,1-0 21/3000140.00
Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Lyles 5622163.60
Blackley H,2 11/3000024.00
Clemens H,1 2/3000024.34
Ambriz H,4 2/3000104.80
W.Wright BS,1-1 0110002.57
Veras 11/3000044.09
Keuchel L,0-1 41/3744444.80
Cisnero 2/3100001.08

IR-S—Putkonen 1-0, Veras 1-0, Cisnero 3-3. IBB—Mi.Cabrera, Fielder. HBP—Fielder. PB—Avila. T—4:50. A—16,624 (42,060).

National

Padres 4, Cubs 2

Yonder Alonso’s two-out fly ball to right field dropped in front of Julio Borbon for an RBI single that led to a four-run eighth inning and boosted visiting San Diego past Chicago for a four-game series split. Borbon entered at the start of the inning as a defensive replacement for Scott Hairston, who had put the Cubs ahead with a two-run homer in the seventh off Eric Stults.

San Diego ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Denorfia cf-rf 310011.294
Venable ph-rf 100000.197
Ev.Cabrera ss 401100.259
Headley 3b 401100.278
Quentin lf 300000.208
Amarista pr-cf 000000.228
Guzman 1b 411001.239
Gregerson p 000000
Street p 000000
Blanks rf-lf 211010.278
Gyorko 2b 400000.240
Hundley c 401001.325
Stults p 201001.300
Brach p 000000
Thatcher p 000000
Alonso ph-1b 211100.284
Totals 3347324
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Sappelt cf 401000.171
Schierholtz ph 101000.295
Ransom 3b 300012.250
Valbuena ph 100001.227
Rizzo 1b 401001.226
A.Soriano lf 401001.262
S.Castro ss 401001.283
Castillo c 412001.321
Hairston rf 311200.118
Borbon rf 100000.313
Barney 2b 200020.196
Tr.Wood p 301000.167
Camp p 000000
Russell p 000000
Marmol p 000000
DeJesus ph 100000.282
Totals 3529237
San Diego 000000040—470
Chicago 000000200—290

LOB—San Diego 6, Chicago 9. 2B—Hundley (9), Schierholtz (11). HR—Hairston (3). RBIs—Ev.Cabrera (5), Headley (7), Alonso (17), Hairston 2 (6). SB—Ev.Cabrera (8), Tr.Wood (1). RLISP—San Diego 4, Chicago 6. RMU—Sappelt, Castillo. GIDP—A.Soriano. DP—San Diego 1, Chicago 1.

San Diego IPHRERBBSOERA
Stults 62/3722245.08
Brach 0000105.25
Thatcher W,2-0 1/3000012.16
Gregerson H,6 1100011.35
Street S,6-6 1100014.09
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Tr.Wood L,2-2 72/3433132.50
Camp BS,2-2 0011107.15
Russell 1/3200010.00
Marmol 1100003.86

IR-S—Brach 1-0, Thatcher 2-0, Camp 2-1, Russell 2-2. IBB—Barney. HBP—Blanks, Quentin. PB—Castillo. T—2:50. A—32,865 (41,019).

Nationals 3, Braves 1

Dan Haren pitched eight sharp innings, Denard Span hit a two-run double and visiting Washington beat Atlanta. The Nationals, who snapped a nine-game losing streak to the Braves on Wednesday, allowed their N.L. East rivals to get only three runners in scoring position over two nights. Haren won his second consecutive start, giving up four hits and one run with one walk and four strikeouts. Rafael Soriano earned his ninth save in 10 chances by pitching the ninth.

Washington ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Span cf 413210.292
Lmbrdozzi 2b 401111.224
Harper lf 400011.323
Werth rf 200001.260
Brnadina ph-rf 300002.045
Desmond ss 401003.297
LaRoche 1b 301011.136
Rendon 3b 312010.240
W.Ramos c 410000.222
Haren p 200002.167
Tracy ph 100001.161
R.Soriano p 000000
Totals 34383512
Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
J.Schafer rf 400001.265
C.Johnson 3b 400002.352
J.Upton lf 400001.287
Freeman 1b 401000.296
Gattis c 402000.253
Uggla 2b 411100.167
B.Upton cf 300000.134
Simmons ss 300000.223
Medlen p 100010.000
Gearrin p 000000
R.Johnson ph 101000.219
Walden p 000000
Totals 3215114
Washington 120000000—380
Atlanta 000000100—151

E—J.Upton (2). LOB—Washington 10, Atlanta 5. 2B—Span 2 (4), Desmond (11), LaRoche (2). HR—Uggla (5). RBIs—Span 2 (11), Lombardozzi (4), Uggla (9). S—Haren. RLISP—Washington 6, Atlanta 2. RMU—Harper, Werth.

Washington IPHRERBBSOERA
Haren W,3-3 8411145.01
Soriano S,9-10 1100003.00
Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
Medlen L,1-4 7733383.38
Gearrin 1000111.35
Walden 1100131.54

IBB—Harper. WP—Medlen. PB—W.Ramos. T—2:26. A—19,806 (49,586).

Phillies 7, Marlins 2

Ryan Howard and Domonic Brown hit solo homers to back Kyle Kendrick and Philadelphia beat visiting Miami. Kendrick allowed two runs and seven hits in seven innings to earn his ninth straight win against the Marlins, dating to May 28, 2010. Justin Ruggiano hit a solo shot for Miami. Alex Sanabia gave up four runs – two earned – and six hits in five innings. Kendrick followed up a three-hitter against the New York Mets with his fifth consecutive solid start.

Miami ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pierre lf 310010.216
D.Solano 2b 402000.269
Polanco 3b 401001.255
Dobbs 1b 401001.256
Ruggiano cf 311111.242
Brantly c 400001.227
Ozuna rf 401001.364
Hchavrria ss 401000.189
Sanabia p 200001.100
Rauch p 000000
Coghlan ph 100001.173
Koehler p 000000
Totals 3327127
Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Rollins ss 410000.243
Utley 2b 300101.282
M.Young 3b 402000.333
Howard 1b 221121.277
D.Young rf 300001.222
L.Nix rf 010010.250
Brown lf 423200.266
Mayberry cf 300010.232
Kratz c 311112.197
K.Kendrick p 201000.154
Mi.Adams p 000000
Frandsen ph 100000.273
Papelbon p 000000
Totals 2978555
Miami 100001000—271
Philadelphia 01012003x—780

E—D.Solano (5). LOB—Miami 6, Philadelphia 5. 2B—Ozuna (1), M.Young (3). 3B—Hechavarria (2). HR—Ruggiano (4), Brown (4), Howard (4). RBIs—Ruggiano (12), Utley (20), Howard (17), Brown 2 (13), Kratz (8). SB—Pierre (9). S—K.Kendrick. SF—Utley. RLISP—Miami 4, Philadelphia 2. RMU—Mayberry. GIDP—Polanco, Rollins, Frandsen. DP—Miami 2, Philadelphia 1.

Miami IPHRERBBSOERA
Sanabia L,2-4 5642244.67
Rauch 1000117.30
Koehler 2233202.89
Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
K.Kendrick W,3-1 7722252.43
Mi.Adams H,2 1000023.27
Papelbon 1000001.80

IBB—Howard. WP—Koehler. PB—Brantly. T—2:48. A—36,978 (43,651).

Cardinals 6, Brewers 5

Jake Westbrook allowed one run over six innings for his 100th career win and visiting St. Louis held off Milwaukee. Westbrook came in with a 0.98 ERA, best in the majors – it increased to 1.07. Westbrook left with a 6-1 lead for the relievers to protect, but the Brewers scored twice in the seventh, one in the eighth and one in the ninth.

St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carpntr 2b-3b 512000.288
Beltran rf 501001.299
Holliday lf 410002.253
Craig 1b 511201.262
Y.Molina c 412101.327
Freese 3b 312111.192
Rosenthal p 000000
Mujica p 000000.000
Jay cf 402000.216
Kozma ss 301210.261
Westbrook p 311000.182
J.Kelly p 000000
Boggs p 000000
Descalso 2b 100000.167
Totals 37612626
Milwaukee ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aoki rf 512000.255
Segura ss 300111.347
Braun lf 502101.293
Betancrt 3b 300012.270
Weeks 2b 412010.198
C.Gomez cf 412111.372
Maldonado c 401112.224
A.Gonzalez 1b 501101.169
1-Prince pr 000000.200
W.Peralta p 200001.273
Figaro p 000000
L.Schafer ph 111000.167
Gorzelanny p 000000
Lalli ph 111000.176
Badenhop p 000000
Lucroy ph 100001.233
Totals 385125510
St. Louis 006000000—6121
Milwaukee 000100211—5120

E—Descalso (5). LOB—St. Louis 7, Milwaukee 13. 2B—Aoki 2 (6), Braun (5). RBIs—Craig 2 (20), Y.Molina (16), Freese (4), Kozma 2 (11), Segura (11), Braun (23), C.Gomez (11), Maldonado (11), Ale.Gonzalez (6). SB—C.Gomez 2 (6). SF—Segura. RLISP—St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 6. GIDP—Jay, Westbrook. DP—St. Louis 1, Milwaukee 2.

St. Louis IPHRERBBSOERA
Wstbrook W,2-1 6611341.07
J.Kelly 2/3222019.64
Boggs 00002012.66
Rosenthal H,8 11/3210033.18
Mujica S,7-7 1211022.25
Milwaukee IPHRERBBSOERA
W.Peralta L,2-2 41/31166236.00
Figaro 22/3100022.84
Gorzelanny 1000001.42
Badenhop 1000014.66

IR-S—Boggs 2-1, Rosenthal 3-0, Figaro 3-0. HBP—Y.Betancourt, Holliday. T—3:18. A—22,204 (41,900).

On this date

1936 — Joe DiMaggio made his major league debut for the New York Yankees and had three hits in a 14-5 victory over the St. Louis Browns.

1951 — Rookie Gil McDougald of New York drove in six runs in one inning to tie a major league record as the Yankees beat the St. Louis Browns 17-3 at Sportsman’s Park. 1959 — Detroit’s Charlie Maxwell hit four consecutive homers in a doubleheader sweep of the New York Yankees, 4-2 and 8-2, at Briggs Stadium.

1980 — Ferguson Jenkins of the Texas Rangers became the fourth pitcher in major league history to win 100 or more games in each league. Jenkins beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 at Arlington Stadium. Cy Young, Jim Bunning and Gaylord Perry also reached the milestone.

1994 — Philadelphia reliever Andy Carter made his major league debut and was ejected from the game after hitting two of three San Diego Padres batters he faced.

1999 — Boston’s Creighton Gubanich hit a grand slam for his first major league hit in a 12-11, 10-inning loss to Oakland. Gubanich became the fourth player to accomplish the feat.

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