August 25, 2014 in Sports

Sunday’s baseball summaries

 

American

Indians 3, Astros 1

Trevor Bauer took a shutout into the seventh and won for the first time since July 18, leading Cleveland to a victory over visiting Houston. Bauer held the Astros to four hits and struck out nine. The right-hander was pulled after issuing a leadoff walk. Cody Allen worked out of ninth-inning trouble for his 17th save. Carlos Santana’s sacrifice fly in the third put Cleveland ahead while Lonnie Chisenhall and Jose Ramirez added RBI singles.

Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Grossman rf 501002.213
Altuve 2b 502000.334
Fowler dh 501001.272
Krauss lf 411001.203
Singleton 1b 301112.189
Ma.Gonzalez ss 300002.257
Corporan c 101020.240
G.Petit 3b 000000.293
Carter ph 000010.227
Dominguez 3b 200002.225
Castro ph-c 200001.228
Marisnick cf 402001.299
Totals 34191412
Cleveland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Bourn cf 411001.262
J.Ramirez ss 403101.255
Kipnis 2b 302000.249
C.Santana 1b 200110.228
T.Holt rf 401002.400
Walters dh 400001.182
Aviles lf 411002.248
Chisenhall 3b 412102.290
R.Perez c 200001.233
Totals 313103110
Houston 000000010—191
Cleveland 00110010x—3100

E—Oberholtzer (1). LOB—Houston 11, Cleveland 8. 2B—Grossman (9), Singleton (11), J.Ramirez (3), Aviles (12). RBIs—Singleton (41), J.Ramirez (7), C.Santana (60), Chisenhall (47). SB—Altuve (47). CS—Singleton (3). S—Kipnis, R.Perez. SF—C.Santana. RLISP—Houston 6; Cleveland 4. RMU—Altuve. GIDP—J.Castro. DP—Cleveland 2.

Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Oberhltzr L,4-9 62/31033064.01
Foltynewicz 11/3000145.79
Cleveland IPHRERBBSOERA
Bauer W,5-7 6400394.18
Atchison H,9 1100012.76
Shaw H,17 1211002.54
Allen S,17-18 1200121.75

IR-S—Foltynewicz 2-0, Atchison 1-0. HBP—Ma.Gonzalez. WP—Foltynewicz. Balk—Oberholtzer. T—3:14. A—17,123 (42,487).

Yankees 7, ChiSox 4 (10)

Pinch hitter Brian McCann lined a three-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning, and New York beat the Chicago White Sox to complete a three-game sweep. Ichiro Suzuki had a two-run single and the Yankees rallied for their fourth straight victory following a 2-7 slide. Avisail Garcia hit a tying homer in the ninth for the White Sox.

Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Al.Ramirez ss 511101.285
C.Sanchez 2b 502000.316
J.Abreu 1b 512002.308
A.Garcia rf 411103.241
Gillaspie 3b 411200.303
Konerko dh 400003.229
Viciedo lf 401000.233
Flowers c 300001.235
Jor.Danks cf 401000.190
Totals 38494010
New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Jeter ss 500000.265
Prado lf 511002.267
Teixeira 1b 511101.233
Beltran dh 421010.239
Headley 3b 311021.245
Cervelli c 310013.278
McCann ph 111300.235
Wheeler rf 200102.243
Ellsbury cf 101000.277
Suzuki cf-rf 402200.283
Ryan 2b 300001.213
Drew ph-2b 000010.172
Totals 36787510
Chicago 1000020010—491
New York 0000040003—780

E—Viciedo (8). LOB—Chicago 5, New York 6. 2B—Teixeira (9), Beltran (21), Headley (5). HR—Al.Ramirez (12); Gillaspie (6); A.Garcia (4); McCann (15). RBIs—Al.Ramirez (60), A.Garcia (11), Gillaspie 2 (48), Teixeira (54), McCann 3 (54), Ze.Wheeler (4), I.Suzuki 2 (17). SB—Ellsbury (35). RLISP—Chicago 3; New York 3. GIDP—Jeter, Teixeira. DP—Chicago 2.

Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Sale 6440372.03
Putnam 1100001.99
Guerra 11/3100112.88
Petricka L,0-3 11/3233122.57
New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Capuano 6633054.37
Rogers H,2 2/3000015.35
R.Hill H,1 1/3000003.86
Warren H,19 1000013.38
Robertson 1111013.06
Huff W,3-1 1200022.51

IR-S—Petricka 2-0. IBB—Drew, Headley. HBP—Ze.Wheeler, Flowers. T—3:17. A—43,366 (49,642).

Rays 2, Blue Jays 1 (10)

Evan Longoria singled home the go-ahead run in the 10th inning, and Tampa Bay topped host Toronto. Facing Sergio Santos, who was promoted from Triple-A Buffalo earlier in the day, Ben Zobrist walked to begin the 10th and went to third on Logan Forsythe’s ground-rule double. Longoria followed with a groundball single to left, scoring Zobrist.

Tampa Bay ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
De.Jennings cf 501002.240
Zobrist 2b-lf-rf 321020.279
Joyce lf 201010.275
Frsythe ph-2b 200000.243
Longoria 3b 501202.251
Loney 1b 501003.286
Myers dh 501003.222
Y.Escobar ss 402000.253
Casali c 300002.169
Kiermaier rf 302000.275
Guyer ph-lf 100001.267
Totals 382102313
Toronto ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Reyes ss 500001.291
Me.Cabrera lf 500001.311
Bautista rf 300001.284
Reimold rf 200001.212
Lind 1b 401000.315
Encarnacion dh 400002.267
D.Navarro c 412000.273
Col.Rasmus cf 401003.226
J.Francisco 3b 302100.223
Tolleson pr 000000.228
Kawasaki 2b 302010.273
Totals 3718119
Tampa Bay 1000000001—2101
Toronto 0000001000—181

E—Loney (6), Reimold (1). LOB—Tampa Bay 10, Toronto 8. 2B—Zobrist (29), Kiermaier (13), Lind (17), J.Francisco (16). RBIs—Longoria 2 (72), J.Francisco (43). SB—Longoria (5). S—Casali. SF—J.Francisco. RLISP—Tampa Bay 7; Toronto 5. RMU—Longoria, D.Navarro.

Tampa Bay IPHRERBBSOERA
Archer 7611163.09
McGee W,4-1 2000021.33
Boxberger S,2-5 1200012.09
Toronto IPHRERBBSOERA
Hutchison 6611274.68
Loup 1100002.91
McGowan 1000023.98
Janssen 1/3200003.28
Cecil 2/3000023.46
Santos L,0-3 1110127.40

IR-S—Cecil 2-0. WP—Hutchison. T—3:28. A—38,869 (49,282).

Rangers 3, Royals 1

Scott Baker won as a starter for the first time in more than three years and Texas beat Kansas City to avoid a series sweep in Arlington, Texas. Adrian Beltre put Texas ahead to stay with an RBI double in the first. Beltre had his fifth straight mulithit game, including all three games in the series to extend his hitting streak against the Royals to 17 games.

Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aoki rf 400001.261
Infante 2b 402000.257
S.Perez c 400001.262
A.Gordon lf 400002.281
B.Butler 1b 411102.277
Ibanez dh 401000.172
C.Colon pr 000000.379
L.Cain cf 401000.301
Moustakas 3b 201010.207
A.Escobar ss 300000.276
Totals 3316116
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Robertson lf 311020.288
Andrus ss 400010.269
Rios rf 411000.283
A.Beltre dh 302110.327
Arencibia 1b 401001.175
Chirinos c 302111.232
L.Martin cf 411000.268
Rosales 3b 402101.345
Odor 2b 401000.251
Totals 33311353
Kansas City 000100000—162
Texas 11100000x—3110

E—Infante (7), J.Vargas (1). LOB—Kansas City 6, Texas 11. 2B—Dan.Robertson (5), Rios (26), A.Beltre (25), Rosales 2 (5). HR—B.Butler (9). RBIs—B.Butler (54), A.Beltre (66), Chirinos (33), Rosales (13). SB—L.Cain (20). RLISP—Kansas City 2; Texas 7. RMU—Andrus, Odor. GIDP—Rosales. DP—Kansas City 1.

Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
Vargas L,10-6 61132433.17
Frasor 1000103.00
Crow 1000003.86
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Baker W,2-3 5511115.45
Tolleson H,6 2000022.90
Cotts H,17 1000023.36
Feliz S,6-7 1100012.95

IBB—off J.Vargas (A.Beltre). T—2:46. A—30,049 (48,114).

Tigers 13, Twins 4

Victor Martinez homered and had four RBIs, leading Detroit to a victory over the Minnesota in Minneapolis. Rajai Davis also connected for the Tigers, who have won two straight to earn a split of this four-game series. The Tigers’ 60 hits in the four games is their most in a four-game series since having 60 at Chicago from July 6-8, 1956. Minnesota set a franchise record for most hits allowed in a four-game series.

Detroit ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Davis cf-lf 622201.280
Kinsler 2b 532112.282
An.Romine 2b 000000.216
Tor.Hunter rf 512400.275
V.Martinez dh 613400.328
J.Martinez lf 402011.306
Carrera cf 100000.231
Castellanos 3b 411022.263
Avila c 512111.222
Suarez ss 523110.263
D.Kelly 1b 321020.244
Totals 4413181387
Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Da.Santana cf 512200.324
Dozier 2b 301110.236
Nunez ph-2b 100000.253
Mauer 1b 400001.277
Parmelee 1b 101000.244
K.Vargas dh 513002.337
Arcia rf 500003.226
Plouffe 3b 402000.252
K.Suzuki c 301100.295
Fryer ph 100000.217
Edu.Escobar ss 410002.281
J.Schafer lf 312011.302
Totals 39412429
Detroit 003022240—13180
Minnesota 003000100—4121

E—Dozier (11). LOB—Detroit 13, Minnesota 12. 2B—J.Martinez (24), Da.Santana (17), Plouffe (37), J.Schafer (4). 3B—Tor.Hunter (2). HR—V.Martinez (25); R.Davis (7). RBIs—R.Davis 2 (41), Kinsler (69), Tor.Hunter 4 (69), V.Martinez 4 (84), Avila (36), Suarez (18), Da.Santana 2 (34), Dozier (58), K.Suzuki (51). SB—Kinsler (14). CS—J.Martinez (3). RLISP—Detroit 7; Minnesota 8. RMU—K.Suzuki. GIDP—J.Martinez. DP—Minnesota 1.

Detroit IPHRERBBSOERA
Scherzer W,15-4 5733143.13
Alburquerque 2/3100112.70
Coke H,5 2/3211014.37
Ji.Johnson 12/3000017.31
McCoy 1200025.40
Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Gibson L,11-10 42/3855454.31
Duensing 11/3222303.04
Deduno 1222114.62
Fien 1544013.29
Perkins 1100002.44

IR-S—Coke 3-0, Ji.Johnson 2-1, Duensing 3-0. IBB—Castellanos. HBP—Plouffe, K.Suzuki, Tor.Hunter. WP—Scherzer, Gibson. T—4:10. A—23,983 (39,021).

Angels 9, Athletics 4

Josh Hamilton homered and drove in three runs, Mike Trout also went deep and Los Angeles regained the best record in baseball. Erick Aybar had two hits and two RBIs and Kole Calhoun finished with three hits for the Angels, who ended a five-game losing streak to the A’s in Oakland.

Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Calhoun rf 513101.293
Trout cf 522101.288
Pujols 1b 422100.274
E.Navarro 1b 100001.257
J.Hamilton lf 322301.269
Cowgill lf 100000.268
H.Kendrick dh 411112.282
Freese 3b 501000.258
Aybar ss 412200.276
McDonald ss 000000.149
Iannetta c 100020.261
G.Beckham 2b 400000.217
Totals 37913936
Oakland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Crisp dh 501001.257
Fuld cf 400001.256
Vogt 1b 401001.322
Moss lf 400001.246
Reddick rf 411001.254
D.Norris c 411003.284
Callaspo 3b 413201.246
Sogard 2b 301101.216
Parrino ss 412101.207
Totals 364104011
Los Angeles 032301000—9130
Oakland 000000301—4100

LOB—Los Angeles 6, Oakland 6. 2B—Calhoun (25), Freese (18), Aybar (26), Vogt (10), Callaspo (14). HR—J.Hamilton (10); Trout (29); Callaspo (4); Parrino (1). RBIs—Calhoun (44), Trout (91), Pujols (78), J.Hamilton 3 (43), H.Kendrick (54), Aybar 2 (55), Callaspo 2 (39), Sogard (17), Parrino (3). SF—J.Hamilton, Sogard. RLISP—Los Angeles 4; Oakland 4. RMU—Freese. GIDP—Trout, G.Beckham. DP—Oakland 2.

Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Weaver W,14-7 62/3833083.72
Morin 1/3000002.58
Salas 1000012.38
Grilli 1210022.66
Oakland IPHRERBBSOERA
Kazmir L,14-6 31077213.08
J.Chavez 3322023.40
Otero 1000102.25
Abad 1000021.59
Cook 1000012.95

IR-S—Morin 1-0, J.Chavez 2-2. HBP—Iannetta. PB—Iannetta. T—3:05. A—36,067 (35,067).

National

Phillies 7, Cardinals 1

Jimmy Rollins homered and Jerome Williams tossed eight strong innings to lead Philadelphia to a home victory over St. Louis. Ben Revere had a pair of hits and an RBI for the Phillies, who took two of three from the Cardinals to claim consecutive series wins for the first time since April. Williams continued his fine form with Philadelphia, his third team this season. The right-hander allowed one run on five hits while setting a season high for innings.

St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carpenter 3b 300011.284
Wong 2b 400000.245
Holliday lf 401001.261
C.Martinez p 000000.250
Ma.Adams 1b 300011.305
Jh.Peralta ss 312000.266
Descalso ph-ss 100000.214
Jay cf 301010.310
Taveras rf 402100.238
T.Cruz c 400000.198
Masterson p 100001.286
G.Garcia ph 100001.167
Greenwood p 100000.000
Choate p 000000—-
S.Robinson lf 100000.136
Totals 3316135
Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Revere cf 322110.314
Rollins ss 411202.238
Utley 2b 401100.280
Howard 1b 310011.222
G.Sizemore rf 411000.291
D.Brown lf 411001.226
Nieves c 401101.287
Asche 3b 311000.246
Je.Williams p 200101.000
De Fratus p 000000.000
Totals 3178626
St. Louis 000100000—161
Philadelphia 12200020x—781

E—T.Cruz (1), Asche (14). LOB—St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 3. 2B—Jh.Peralta (33), Taveras (7), G.Sizemore (9). HR—Rollins (16). RBIs—Taveras (15), Revere (15), Rollins 2 (52), Utley (69), Nieves (6), Je.Williams (1). SB—Revere (38). S—Je.Williams. RLISP—St. Louis 5; Philadelphia 1. RMU—Ma.Adams, T.Cruz 2. DP—Philadelphia 1.

St. Louis IPHRERBBSOERA
Masterson L,2-2 3655237.43
Greenwood 31/3222025.34
Choate 2/3000004.88
C.Martinez 1000014.68
Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Williams W,2-0 8511351.77
De Fratus 1100002.74

WP—Masterson 2. T—2:33. A—30,580 (43,651).

Reds 5, Braves 3

Alfredo Simon pitched seven strong innings to earn his first win in eight starts since the All-Star break and Todd Frazier homered as Cincinnati held on for a win over visiting Atlanta. Simon, who was 0-5 since pitching in the All-Star Game, opened with six shutout innings before yielding a run in the seventh. He allowed five hits with one walk and six strikeouts.

Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Heyward rf 402111.272
Gosselin ss 402011.304
F.Freeman 1b 400011.292
J.Upton lf 500001.287
C.Johnson 3b 401002.272
Gattis c 322101.276
La Stella 2b 401100.267
B.Upton cf 300011.205
Harang p 200001.080
Carpenter p 000000—-
Doumit ph 100000.194
Hale p 000000.063
Bonifacio ph 111000.275
Totals 3539349
Cincinnati ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
B.Hamilton cf 400000.265
Frazier 3b 422102.279
Phillips 2b 311011.269
Mesoraco c 300012.273
Bruce rf 422000.221
Ludwick lf 200110.250
B.Pena 1b 402100.262
Cozart ss 403200.225
Simon p 300002.102
M.Parra p 000000—-
Ju.Diaz p 000000—-
Hannahan ph 100001.125
Ondrusek p 000000.000
Broxton p 000000—-
Totals 32510538
Atlanta 000000102—390
Cincinnati 00030110x—5100

LOB—Atlanta 10, Cincinnati 7. 2B—Gattis (17), La Stella (14). 3B—Cozart (4). HR—Gattis (20); Frazier (22). RBIs—Heyward (52), Gattis (50), La Stella (29), Frazier (67), Ludwick (41), B.Pena (25), Cozart 2 (33). SB—C.Johnson (5), B.Upton (19), Bruce (12). SF—Ludwick. RLISP—Atlanta 6; Cincinnati 3. RMU—La Stella, B.Upton. GIDP—F.Freeman, Ludwick. DP—Atlanta 1; Cincinnati 1.

Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
Harang L,10-8 51/3844253.60
D.Carpenter 2/3000013.56
Hale 2211123.01
Cincinnati IPHRERBBSOERA
Simon W,13-8 7511163.26
M.Parra 1/3100104.36
Ju.Diaz H,6 2/3000022.74
Ondrusek 2/3222014.63
Broxton S,7-12 1/3100201.36

IR-S—D.Carpenter 3-1, Ju.Diaz 2-0, Broxton 1-1. IBB—B.Upton. HBP—Gattis. T—3:13. A—29,642 (42,319).

Brewers 4, Pirates 3

Mike Fiers held Pittsburgh to two hits in seven innings for his fourth straight win since coming up from Triple-A, and Milwaukee avoided a three-game sweep at home by beating the Pirates. Fiers fanned seven. He allowed Starling Marte’s two-run shot in the second before retiring 16 of the next 17 batters. Closer Francisco Rodriguez gave up a homer to Andrew McCutchen with one in the ninth, but finished off his 39th save.

Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Harrison 3b 400001.304
G.Polanco rf 300003.241
Snider ph 100000.268
McCutchen cf 411100.305
N.Walker 2b 400001.279
R.Martin c 301010.288
P.Alvarez 1b 310011.231
S.Marte lf 311201.276
Mercer ss 301001.259
Worley p 200001.083
Ju.Wilson p 000000.000
I.Davis ph 100000.236
Melancon p 000000—-
Totals 3134329
Milwaukee ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
C.Gomez cf 411001.285
Lucroy c 412100.304
Braun rf 312010.278
Ramirez 3b 413101.303
Gennett 2b 402100.310
Reynolds 1b 401101.203
G.Parra lf 402001.257
E.Herrera ss 400001.265
Fiers p 200001.091
Jeffress p 000000—-
Rodriguez p 000000—-
Totals 33413416
Pittsburgh 020000001—340
Milwaukee 22000000x—4130

LOB—Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 7. 2B—C.Gomez (29), Lucroy (43). HR—S.Marte (9); A.McCutchen (19). RBIs—A.McCutchen (69), S.Marte 2 (44), Lucroy (60), Ar.Ramirez (58), Gennett (45), Mar.Reynolds (44). SB—P.Alvarez (8). S—Fiers. RLISP—Milwaukee 4. GIDP—Gennett. DP—Pittsburgh 1.

Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
Worley L,5-4 61/31244153.14
Ju.Wilson 2/3000004.50
Melancon 1100012.19
Milwaukee IPHRERBBSOERA
Fiers W,4-1 7222171.54
Jeffress H,4 1100010.66
Rodrigz S,39-43 1111112.90

IR-S—Ju.Wilson 2-0. T—2:40. A—42,761 (41,900).

Nationals 14, Giants 6

Ian Desmond and Bryce Harper each homered and drove in two runs as streaking Washington rallied from a five-run deficit to beat San Francisco. Jose Lobaton doubled among his three hits, drove in a run and scored twice for the Nationals, who took the rubber game against the Giants despite a labored four-inning outing from starter Stephen Strasburg. Danny Espinosa also homered for the Nationals.

San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Blanco cf 522101.252
Pence rf 411101.283
Posey c 512000.287
Sandoval 3b 501002.288
Morse lf 411112.282
Panik 2b 301010.307
Ishikawa 1b 311200.258
J.Lopez p 000000—-
J.Gutierrez p 000000.000
B.Crawford ss 403100.230
Vogelsong p 300001.106
Affeldt p 000000—-
Machi p 000000.000
Duvall 1b 100000.180
Totals 37612627
Washington ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Span cf 602101.301
Rendon 3b 310020.277
Werth rf 422111.289
LaRoche 1b 412211.269
Desmond ss 522202.247
Harper lf 522200.265
A.Cabrera 2b 312110.264
Clippard p 000000—-
Frandsen ph 100000.256
R.Soriano p 000000—-
Lobaton c 433110.222
Strasburg p 100000.078
Schierholtz ph 100000.191
Stammen p 000000.286
Hairston ph 111100.226
Storen p 000000—-
Espinosa ph-2b 212200.219
Totals 4014181365
San Francisco 113001000—6120
Washington 00020615x—14180

LOB—San Francisco 8, Washington 8. 2B—Morse (30), Werth (30), LaRoche (19), Harper (8), A.Cabrera (5), Lobaton (8), Hairston (4). 3B—G.Blanco (4). HR—G.Blanco (2); Ishikawa (2); Desmond (21); Harper (7); Espinosa (8). RBIs—G.Blanco (23), Pence (58), Morse (58), Ishikawa 2 (12), B.Crawford (50), Span (27), Werth (70), LaRoche 2 (69), Desmond 2 (79), Harper 2 (25), A.Cabrera (10), Lobaton (12), Hairston (7), Espinosa 2 (27). SB—Werth (7). SF—Pence, Ishikawa. RLISP—San Francisco 5; Washington 4. RMU—Sandoval, Duvall, Harper. GIDP—Lobaton. DP—San Francisco 1.

San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
Vogelsong 51/3433433.78
Affeldt L,3-2 0544002.72
Machi 2/3211111.60
J.Lopez 2/3311002.23
J.Gutierrez 11/3455113.95
Washington IPHRERBBSOERA
Strasburg 4855243.59
Stammen W,4-4 2311013.56
Storen H,17 1000001.50
Clippard H,30 1100001.92
R.Soriano 1000022.44

IR-S—Machi 2-1, J.Gutierrez 2-0. WP—Affeldt, Strasburg. T—3:46. A—35,476 (41,408).

Mets 11, Dodgers 3

Lucas Duda homered twice, drove in a career-high five runs and was involved in the New York Mets’ first triple play in over four seasons, allowing a grieving Bartolo Colon to breeze to a victory over host Los Angeles. Colon gave up two runs and five hits over six innings and struck out five in his first start since his mother, Adriana, passed away last Monday from breast cancer.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Grandersn rf 511000.220
Murphy 2b 522100.301
C.Torres p 000000.000
D.Wright 3b 211000.266
Campbell 3b 300000.295
Duda 1b 523501.260
d’Arnaud c 512100.228
Lagares cf 421100.275
Tejada ss 411200.230
E.Young lf 401100.227
B.Colon p 200001.040
denDekker ph 111000.193
Carlyle p 1010001.000
Flores 2b 000000.225
Totals 4111141102
Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
D.Gordon 2b 412100.291
Puig cf 300011.305
Ad.Gonzalez 1b 313100.275
Rojas lf 100001.205
Kemp rf 301101.274
P.Baez p 000000—-
Butera ph 100000.190
J.Wright p 000000.000
H.Ramirez ss 400002.274
Ethier lf-rf 402000.248
Ju.Turner 3b 400002.313
A.Ellis c 300011.180
Correia p 000000.500
Barney ph 100000.230
Frias p 100001.000
Van Slyke rf-1b 211000.265
Totals 3439329
New York 025000301—11140
Los Angeles 100001010—391

E—Ad.Gonzalez (5). LOB—New York 4, Los Angeles 6. 2B—Ad.Gonzalez 2 (35). 3B—E.Young (3), D.Gordon (12). HR—d’Arnaud (12); Duda 2 (26); Tejada (3). RBIs—Dan.Murphy (53), Duda 5 (76), d’Arnaud (32), Lagares (38), Tejada 2 (25), E.Young (14), D.Gordon (28), Ad.Gonzalez (89), Kemp (59). SF—Lagares. RLISP—New York 2; Los Angeles 3. RMU—Campbell, Ju.Turner. GIDP—Kemp. DP—New York 1. TP—New York 1.

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
B.Colon W,12-10 6522153.82
Carlyle 2311031.33
C.Torres 1100113.38
Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Correia L,2-1 3775016.43
Frias 31/3533016.08
P.Baez 12/3100001.69
J.Wright 1111003.90

IR-S—P.Baez 3-1. T—3:02. A—47,290 (56,000).

Rockies 7, Marlins 4

Nolan Arenado hit a two-run homer and Christian Bergman pitched into the seventh to earn his first major league win, helping the Colorado Rockies beat Miami in Denver. Bergman was reinstated from the disabled list earlier in the day after missing 51 games with a broken left hand. He gave up nine hits and four runs in his first start since June 20. Arenado kept up his torrid month by going 2 for 4, raising his average to .388 in August.

Miami ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Yelich lf 412111.289
Je.Baker 2b 411100.257
Solano 2b 100000.231
Stanton rf 401111.299
McGehee 3b 401001.295
Ozuna cf 401000.266
G.Jones 1b 300000.246
Lucas ph-1b 101000.241
Hechvrria ss 412000.275
Mathis c 412100.205
Hand p 200000.050
Penny p 100000.250
M.Dunn p 000000—-
R.Johnson ph 100000.221
A.Ramos p 000000—-
Totals 37411423
Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Blackmon rf 422011.291
Stubbs cf 513101.302
Arenado 3b 412200.308
Co.Dickerson lf 511002.320
McKenry c 311210.339
McBride 1b 311010.375
Rutledge ss 302010.265
LeMahieu 2b 402200.263
Bergman p 300000.143
Nicasio p 000000.083
Barnes ph 100001.252
Logan p 000000—-
Ottavino p 000000—-
Hawkins p 000000.000
Totals 35714745
Miami 020000200—4110
Colorado 30001120x—7140

LOB—Miami 8, Colorado 9. 2B—Yelich (22), Je.Baker (9), McGehee (27), Ozuna (21), Mathis (6), Blackmon (23), Stubbs (19), LeMahieu (11). 3B—Hechavarria 2 (9), Rutledge (4). HR—Arenado (14); McKenry (5). RBIs—Yelich (45), Je.Baker (26), Stanton (94), Mathis (11), Stubbs (39), Arenado 2 (52), McKenry 2 (16), LeMahieu 2 (32). SB—Stubbs (16). CS—Stubbs (3). RLISP—Miami 4; Colorado 6. GIDP—Hechavarria, McKenry. DP—Miami 2; Colorado 1.

Miami IPHRERBBSOERA
Hand L,2-6 41/3744334.71
Penny 21/3633115.84
M.Dunn 1/3000003.42
A.Ramos 1100012.01
Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
Bergman W,1-2 61/3944216.75
Nicasio H,1 2/3000015.68
Logan 0100006.84
Ottavino H,16 1100003.65
Hawkins S,20-21 1000012.80

IR-S—Penny 3-0, M.Dunn 2-0, Nicasio 1-0, Ottavino 1-0. HBP—Arenado. T—3:07. A—40,509 (50,480).

Padres 7, D-backs 4

Yasmani Grandal homered and drove in four runs, Ian Kennedy won in his second game back at Chase Field, and San Diego beat Arizona in Phoenix. After struggling in his first game back in the desert a year ago, Kennedy was sharp against his former team before tiring late, striking out six in 5 2/3 innings. Grandal provided plenty of support, hitting a deep sacrifice fly in the first inning and clearing the wall easily in the fifth with a three-run homer off Chase Anderson.

San Diego ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Solarte 2b 411010.270
R.Liriano rf 511001.216
S.Smith lf 310120.291
Grandal 1b 311412.204
Rivera c 311011.238
Maybin cf 301002.250
Venable ph-cf 111200.223
C.Nelson 3b 400003.221
Amarista ss 402001.239
Kennedy p 110010.095
Vincent p 000000.000
A.Torres p 000000.000
Thayer p 100001.000
Benoit p 000000—-
Totals 32787611
Arizona ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Inciarte cf 501102.260
A.Hill 2b 512002.243
D.Peralta rf 512001.287
Trumbo 1b 401010.234
M.Montero c 401212.261
Al.Marte lf 401000.203
Lamb 3b 311010.224
Gregorius ss 401001.214
C.Anderson p 100001.036
Paul ph 100000.105
Harris p 000000—-
Pacheco ph 100000.224
Stites p 000000—-
Pennington ph 111100.274
E.De La Rosa p 000000.000
Totals 38411439
San Diego 200030020—780
Arizona 000021010—4110

LOB—San Diego 6, Arizona 10. 2B—Inciarte (11), Gregorius (4). HR—Grandal (11); Venable (6); Pennington (2). RBIs—S.Smith (41), Grandal 4 (32), Venable 2 (27), Inciarte (17), M.Montero 2 (67), Pennington (10). S—Kennedy. SF—Grandal. RLISP—San Diego 2; Arizona 6. RMU—S.Smith. GIDP—R.Liriano. DP—Arizona 1.

San Diego IPHRERBBSOERA
Kenndy W,10-11 52/3833363.75
Vincent H,12 2/3100003.73
A.Torres H,7 1/3000012.76
Thayer H,9 11/3211012.17
Benoit S,8-9 1000011.61
Arizona IPHRERBBSOERA
Anderson L,7-6 5654453.90
Harris 1000028.22
Stites 2222134.74
E.De La Rosa 1000112.63

IR-S—Vincent 1-0, A.Torres 1-0, Thayer 1-0. WP—Vincent. PB—M.Montero. T—3:10. A—20,852 (48,633).

Interleague

Cubs 2, Orioles 1

Tsuyoshi Wada allowed Steve Pearce’s leadoff homer in the seventh inning for Baltimore’s only hit, and Chicago beat the Orioles for a three-game sweep. Wada got a popout after the homer that landed on Waveland Avenue and departed to a standing ovation from the crowd of 32,774. He struck out a career-high eight and walked one in 6 1/3 innings in his eighth career start. He retired 16 straight after Adam Jones drew a two-out walk in the first. Arismendy Alcantara homered for the Cubs.

Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Markakis rf 400001.286
Pearce 1b 411102.287
A.Jones cf 300011.286
N.Cruz lf 300011.255
J.Hardy ss 300000.282
C.Davis 3b 300002.189
C.Joseph c 300001.222
Schoop 2b 300002.215
M.Gonzalez p 200001.000
Brach p 000000.000
D.Young ph 000000.300
Matusz p 000000—-
Totals 28111211
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Coghlan lf 411001.267
J.Baez ss 400002.207
Rizzo 1b 301101.278
Valbuena 3b 400000.241
Castillo c 300000.237
Alcantara cf 312100.228
Watkins 2b 300000.300
Szczur rf 301000.167
Wada p 201000.083
N.Ramirez p 000000—-
Sweeney ph 100000.252
Strop p 000000—-
H.Rondon p 000000—-
Totals 3026204
Baltimore 000000100—110
Chicago 00001100x—260

LOB—Baltimore 3, Chicago 5. 2B—Coghlan (20), Rizzo (23). HR—Pearce (14); Alcantara (4). RBIs—Pearce (35), Rizzo (70), Alcantara (14). SB—Alcantara (7). RLISP—Chicago 2.

Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
Gonzalez L,6-7 61/3622033.75
Brach 2/3000002.54
Matusz 1000013.92
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Wada W,4-1 61/3111182.56
Ramirez H,13 2/3000111.11
Strop H,15 1000012.36
Rondon S,21-25 1000012.81

IR-S—Brach 1-0. HBP—Rizzo, D.Young. T—2:37. A—32,774 (41,072).


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