July 12, 2014 in Sports

Friday’s baseball summaries

 

American

Orioles 3, Yankees 2 (10)

Manny Machado led off the 10th inning with a double and scored on a one-out single by Nick Hundley, giving surging Baltimore a victory over visiting New York. It was the ninth win in 11 games for the A.L. East-leading Orioles, who extended their margin over third-place New York to five games. Baltimore has gone to extra innings in three of its last five games and won in the 10th, 11th and 12th innings.

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Gardner lf 500002.281
Jeter ss 500001.269
Ellsbury cf 501001.283
Teixeira 1b 400001.237
McCann c 402000.231
Cervelli pr-c 000000.275
B.Roberts 2b 411100.246
I.Suzuki rf 402001.306
Solarte 3b 300010.257
Ke.Johnson dh 211100.215
Wheeler ph-dh 100000.263
Totals 3727216
Baltimore ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Markakis rf 400000.288
Pearce dh 210000.319
A.Jones cf 412001.306
N.Cruz lf 400001.288
C.Davis 1b 300102.200
J.Hardy ss 300000.283
Machado 3b 411001.267
Flaherty 2b 400001.224
Hundley c 402101.258
Totals 3235207
New York 0110000000—270
Baltimore 0002000001—350

LOB—New York 7, Baltimore 5. 2B—I.Suzuki 2 (6), Machado (10). HR—B.Roberts (5); Ke.Johnson (6). RBIs—B.Roberts (20), Ke.Johnson (20), C.Davis (46), Hundley (10). SF—C.Davis. RLISP—New York 4; Baltimore 1.

New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Kuroda 7322034.10
Betances 2000031.46
Warren L,1-5 1/3211012.79
Baltimore IPHRERBBSOERA
M.Gonzalez 8622054.04
Z.Britton 1100111.30
McFarlnd W,3-2 1000003.25

HBP—Pearce 2, J.Hardy, Ke.Johnson. WP—Kuroda 3. T—3:05. A—45,389 (45,971).

Indians 7, White Sox 4

Corey Kluber allowed four runs in six innings, and Nick Swisher hit a two-run homer in the fifth, leading host Cleveland over Chicago. Kluber wasn’t his usual dominant self but pitched well enough to win. The right-hander has won three of his last four decisions. Swisher’s homer off Hector Noesi to center field broke a 4-4 tie.

Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Eaton cf 401101.270
Al.Ramirez ss 401001.283
J.Abreu 1b 401001.287
A.Dunn dh 411101.227
Viciedo rf 400003.242
Gillaspie 3b 311010.323
De Aza lf 411002.235
Nieto c 402101.258
Le.Garcia 2b 310111.176
Totals 34484211
Cleveland ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Kipnis 2b 400010.258
A.Cabrera ss 412011.254
Brantley cf 411000.327
C.Santana 1b 311112.209
Chisenhall 3b 312100.328
Swisher dh 422201.207
Murphy rf 311200.243
Raburn ph-rf 100001.203
Y.Gomes c 200021.258
Dickerson lf 201110.471
Totals 30710766
Chicago 020110000—482
Cleveland 02013010x—7100

E—Le.Garcia (5), Eaton (2). LOB—Chicago 6, Cleveland 7. 2B—Eaton (15), Gillaspie (22), Nieto (5), C.Santana (12). HR—A.Dunn (14); Dav.Murphy (6); Swisher (8). RBIs—Eaton (25), A.Dunn (35), Nieto (4), Le.Garcia (4), C.Santana (37), Chisenhall (41), Swisher 2 (36), Dav.Murphy 2 (44), Ch.Dickerson (1). SB—A.Cabrera (7). S—Chisenhall, Ch.Dickerson. RLISP—Chicago 3; Cleveland 4. RMU—Le.Garcia. GIDP—Eaton, Kipnis, A.Cabrera, Brantley. DP—Chicago 3; Cleveland 1.

Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Noesi L,3-7 42/3766445.26
Rienzo 11/3211205.87
Surkamp 1/3000003.86
D.Webb 12/3100023.12
Cleveland IPHRERBBSOERA
Kluber W,9-6 6844253.01
Axford H,1 1000013.41
Shaw H,13 1000022.34
Allen S,11-12 1000032.21

IR-S—Surkamp 1-0, D.Webb 2-0. HBP—Eaton. PB—Nieto. T—3:16. A—24,652 (42,487).

Angels 3, Rangers 0

At Arlington, Texas, Garrett Richards allowed five hits over seven innings to extend his personal winning streak to seven decisions as Los Angeles handed Texas its sixth consecutive loss. Mike Trout provided Richards all the run support he needed with a solo home run in the fourth inning, his 22nd of the season.

Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Calhoun rf 401000.304
Trout cf 411100.310
Pujols 1b 412000.275
J.Hamilton lf 411001.292
Aybar ss 402100.285
H.Kendrick 2b 300000.284
Freese 3b 301101.252
Jo.McDonald 3b 000000.204
Cron dh 300001.278
Conger c 300000.231
Totals 3238303
Texas ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Choo dh 400003.246
Andrus ss 401001.266
Rios rf 402000.303
A.Beltre 3b 301010.341
L.Martin cf 401001.272
Smolinski lf 000000.571
D.Robertson lf 200010.222
C.Pena 1b 400000.127
Chirinos c 400002.247
Odor 2b 301002.255
Totals 3206029
Los Angeles 000100200—382
Texas 000000000—061

E—Conger 2 (4), L.Martin (6). LOB—Los Angeles 2, Texas 8. HR—Trout (22). RBIs—Trout (69), Aybar (49), Freese (29). SB—Rios (15), L.Martin (18), C.Pena (1). CS—Aybar (6), Andrus (8). RLISP—Los Angeles 1; Texas 6. GIDP—Trout, Cron. DP—Texas 2.

Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Richards W,11-2 7500282.55
Jepsen H,11 1100012.13
J.Smith S,13-17 1000002.43
Texas IPHRERBBSOERA
Tepesch L,3-5 6633024.31
Feliz 1100001.50
Cotts 1100003.46
Sh.Tolleson 1000013.15

IR-S—Feliz 2-1. HBP—Smolinski. WP—Richards. T—2:41. A—38,402 (48,114).

Blue Jays 8, Rays 5

Steve Tolleson’s two-run single snapped a ninth-inning tie and helped Toronto beat Tampa Bay at St. Petersburg, Florida. Jose Reyes and Jose Bautista also drove in two runs apiece for the Blue Jays, who blew a four-run lead before using a walk and Reyes’ one-out double to set up the go-ahead hit off Grant Balfour.

Toronto ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Reyes ss 523201.274
Kawasaki 2b 401102.284
St.Tolleson 2b 111200.265
Me.Cabrera lf 402112.303
Bautista 1b 402201.295
D.Navarro c 500000.257
Reimold rf 100011.333
Mstroianni pr-rf 311000.108
Col.Rasmus cf 411001.212
D.Johnson dh 030040
J.Francisco 3b 400003.230
Totals 358118611
Tampa Bay ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
De.Jennings cf 111010.246
Kiermaier cf 301001.298
Zobrist rf 502101.268
Guyer lf 502000.267
Longoria 3b 310111.260
Loney 1b 410010.274
S.Rodriguez dh 411301.238
Y.Escobar ss 301010.245
J.Molina c 401002.189
Forsythe 2b 412000.242
Totals 36511546
Toronto 003200003—8110
Tampa Bay 100100300—5110

LOB—Toronto 7, Tampa Bay 9. 2B—Reyes (19), Forsythe (8). HR—S.Rodriguez (9). RBIs—Reyes 2 (28), Kawasaki (3), St.Tolleson 2 (12), Me.Cabrera (45), Bautista 2 (54), Zobrist (22), Longoria (43), S.Rodriguez 3 (32). CS—Me.Cabrera (2). SF—Bautista, Longoria. RLISP—Toronto 2; Tampa Bay 6. RMU—Col.Rasmus, J.Francisco, Forsythe. GIDP—D.Navarro, Loney. DP—Toronto 1; Tampa Bay 1.

Toronto IPHRERBBSOERA
Buehrle 5922132.64
Jenkins H,2 2/3100003.72
Cecil H,15 1000003.41
McGowan 0133304.28
Loup W,3-2 11/3000033.20
Janssen S,14-16 1000001.29
Tampa Bay IPHRERBBSOERA
Archer 5655373.41
C.Ramos 2000124.04
Boxberger 1200012.45
Balfour L,0-3 1/3333215.60
Yates 2/3000002.45

IR-S—Cecil 1-0, Loup 1-0, Yates 2-0. WP—Balfour. T—3:41. A—17,533 (31,042).

Tigers 2, Royals 1

Anibal Sanchez tossed seven stingy innings, Ian Kinsler and Miguel Cabrera drove in runs and Detroit squeaked out a victory over Kansas City at Kansas City, Missouri. Sanchez scattered eight hits without a walk to help the A.L. Central-leading Tigers take their second straight from the second-place Royals.

Detroit ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Jackson cf 413001.251
Kinsler 2b 401101.305
Mi.Cabrera 1b 300101.313
J.Martinez rf 400004.328
Tor.Hunter dh 400002.272
Castellanos 3b 300000.269
D.Kelly 3b 000000.258
Suarez ss 300000.274
Holaday c 200000.278
R.Davis lf 311000.290
Totals 3025209
Kansas City ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Aoki rf-lf 502000.266
L.Cain cf-rf 400000.313
Hosmer 1b 413000.268
S.Perez c 402100.284
B.Butler dh 400002.269
Moustakas 3b 401001.193
Infante 2b 402000.273
J.Dyson lf-cf 300010.294
A.Escobar ss 401001.283
Totals 36111114
Detroit 101000000—251
Kansas City 100000000—1111

E—Castellanos (7), Duffy (3). LOB—Detroit 5, Kansas City 9. 2B—A.Jackson (19), Aoki (13), Hosmer (25), Moustakas (11). RBIs—Kinsler (50), Mi.Cabrera (74), S.Perez (36). SB—Kinsler (10), R.Davis (24), Infante (4). S—Holaday. SF—Mi.Cabrera. RLISP—Detroit 4; Kansas City 4. RMU—Infante. DP—Detroit 1.

Detroit IPHRERBBSOERA
Sanchez W,6-3 7811033.04
Chmbrlain H,17 1200002.70
Nathan S,19-24 1100115.61
Kansas City IPHRERBBSOERA
Duffy L,5-9 6521062.76
K.Herrera 1000012.13
Crow 1000012.33
W.Davis 1000011.16

IR-S—K.Herrera 1-0. HBP—Castellanos, Suarez. T—2:58. A—31,581 (37,903).

Red Sox 8, Astros 3

Rookie Christian Vazquez got his first three major league hits and drove in three runs, while David Ortiz had three RBIs to break open the game in the sixth inning and lead visiting Boston over Houston. Vazquez, who was playing in his second big league game, singled in the third inning, had an RBI double in the fourth and drove home two more with a double in Boston’s five-run sixth.

Boston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
B.Holt rf 422110.309
Pedroia 2b 401111.278
D.Ortiz dh 501300.258
Carp 1b 300020.211
Nava lf 512000.232
Bradley Jr. cf 412001.223
Bogaerts 3b 400001.234
Drew ss 321011.135
Vazquez c 423301.429
Totals 36812855
Houston ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Altuve 2b 501001.337
J.Castro c 501001.227
Dominguez 3b 401010.236
Singleton 1b 410011.194
Carter dh 422201.203
Grossman cf 200021.176
K.Hernandez lf 301110.344
Ma.Gonzalez ss 401001.273
Hoes rf 300010.181
Totals 3437366
Boston 002105000—8121
Houston 000101010—371

E—Vazquez (1), Hoes (2). LOB—Boston 6, Houston 10. 2B—B.Holt (18), Pedroia (26), D.Ortiz (18), Vazquez 2 (2), J.Castro (15). 3B—B.Holt (4), Drew (1). HR—Carter 2 (19). RBIs—B.Holt (20), Pedroia (35), D.Ortiz 3 (61), Vazquez 3 (3), Carter 2 (39), K.Hernandez (5). CS—B.Holt (2). RLISP—Boston 4; Houston 5. RMU—D.Ortiz, Altuve. GIDP—Bogaerts 2. DP—Houston 2.

Boston IPHRERBBSOERA
Lackey W,10-6 6422533.79
Badenhop 1000012.93
Breslow 1111115.18
Mujica 1200015.45
Houston IPHRERBBSOERA
Feldman L,4-6 51/31177334.33
D.Downs 2/3111104.76
D.Martinez 3000121.50

IR-S—D.Downs 2-2. IBB—Drew. Balk—Lackey. T—3:27. A—27,264 (42,060).

National

Cubs 5, Braves 4

Justin Ruggiano hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning that sent host Chicago over Atlanta. Arismendy Alcantara singled with two outs off Jordan Walden and stole second. Ruggiano then got a hit that slipped past shortstop Andrelton Simmons to win it. The Braves, who scored the tying run in the top of the ninth on Christian Bethancourt’s two-out single, have lost five of six following a nine-game winning streak.

Atlanta ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
J.Schafer cf 110020.176
A.Simmons ss 411000.262
F.Freeman 1b 301211.300
J.Upton lf 400101.273
Heyward rf 412001.250
C.Johnson 3b 400002.270
La Stella 2b 400000.288
Bethancourt c 401101.275
A.Wood p 211001.056
S.Simmons p 000000
Doumit ph 100000.204
Varvaro p 000000
R.Pena ph 100001.204
J.Walden p 000000
Totals 3246438
Chicago ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Alcantara 2b 411011.385
Ruggiano rf 502201.286
Rizzo 1b 411001.277
S.Castro ss 411002.280
Castillo c 300001.230
Lake cf 400002.217
Coghlan lf 312110.261
Olt 3b 110010.148
Valbuena ph-3b 100110.250
Arrieta p 100101.158
N.Ramirez p 000000
H.Rondon p 000000
Sweeney ph 100000.223
Totals 3157549
Atlanta 000201001—460
Chicago 002002001—571

E—Rizzo (8). LOB—Atlanta 5, Chicago 7. 2B—A.Simmons (10), F.Freeman (28), Heyward 2 (15), Rizzo (15), Coghlan (9). RBIs—F.Freeman 2 (52), J.Upton (51), Bethancourt (3), Ruggiano 2 (19), Coghlan (11), Valbuena (25), Arrieta (1). SB—J.Schafer 3 (14), Alcantara (1), Coghlan (4). CS—J.Schafer (1). S—J.Schafer, Arrieta 2. RLISP—Atlanta 3; Chicago 3. RMU—F.Freeman, J.Upton, La Stella 2.

Atlanta IPHRERBBSOERA
A.Wood 51/3544363.36
S.Simmons 12/3000130.96
Varvaro 1000002.43
Walden L,0-1 2/3211002.73
Chicago IPHRERBBSOERA
Arrieta 72/3433361.95
N.Ramirez H,9 1/3000011.08
Rondon W,2-3 1211013.93

IR-S—S.Simmons 3-1, N.Ramirez 2-0. IBB—F.Freeman. HBP—Castillo. T—3:01. A—39,544 (41,072).

Phillies 6, Nationals 2

Jimmy Rollins homered twice and A.J. Burnett pitched 7 2/3 strong innings to lead host Philadelphia to its fifth straight victory, a win over Washington. Domonic Brown doubled and drove in two runs for Philadelphia, which matched its longest winning streak of the season. It has been a surprising run for the Phillies, who had lost 13 of 16 before a four-game sweep of the N.L. Central-leading Brewers in Milwaukee. Washington right-hander Jordan Zimmermann abruptly left his start in the fourth inning with a right biceps injury. Zimmermann, scheduled to participate in his second straight All-Star Game on Tuesday, will be evaluated further today. He isn’t expected to pitch on Tuesday, according to manager Matt Williams.

Washington ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Span cf 402002.270
Rendon 2b 300010.283
Werth rf 310011.275
LaRoche 1b 301010.290
Zimmerman 3b 301110.272
Harper lf 411100.246
W.Ramos c 401001.292
Espinosa ss 400002.210
Zimmermann p 100001.200
Stammen p 100000.200
Blevins p 000000
McLouth ph 100000.192
Totals 3126247
Philadelphia ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Sizemore cf-lf 411000.250
Rollins ss 422300.246
Utley 2b 402000.297
Howard 1b 400002.225
Byrd rf 422002.263
Asche 3b 411001.250
D.Brown lf 301211.225
Gwynn Jr. cf 000000.165
Rupp c 301102.200
A.Burnett p 300002.175
Giles p 000000
Totals 336106110
Washington 000000110—260
Philadelphia 02200110x—6100

LOB—Washington 7, Philadelphia 4. 2B—LaRoche (12), Zimmerman (18), Byrd (20), D.Brown (12), Rupp (4). HR—Harper (2); Rollins 2 (11). RBIs—Zimmerman (27), Harper (11), Rollins 3 (39), D.Brown 2 (46), Rupp (4). SB—Span (15). S—Stammen. RLISP—Washington 6; Philadelphia 2. RMU—LaRoche, Zimmerman, Howard. GIDP—Rendon. DP—Philadelphia 1.

Washington IPHRERBBSOERA
Zmmrmnn L,6-5 31/3644053.03
Stammen 31/3422123.78
Blevins 11/3000034.78
Philadelphia IPHRERBBSOERA
Burnett W,6-8 72/3522463.83
Giles 11/3100010.64

IR-S—Blevins 1-0, Giles 2-1. T—2:44. A—30,094 (43,651).

Mets 7, Marlins 1

David Wright went 4 for 4 with a mammoth homer, Lucas Duda also hit a long two-run shot and host New York rocked recent nemesis Henderson Alvarez in a victory over Miami. Zach Wheeler pitched 6 2/3 strong innings and helped himself with an RBI double. He moved to 2-0 with a 1.04 ERA in five career starts against the Marlins. Alvarez had been on quite a roll, allowing two runs or fewer in each of his last nine games. He was 4-0 with a 1.04 ERA during that stretch, and the Marlins had won his last 10 outings – a club record for one of their starters.

Miami ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Yelich lf 401101.273
Solano 2b 401001.245
Stanton rf 301010.299
McGehee 3b 401000.319
G.Jones 1b 400001.252
Ozuna cf 400001.276
Saltalmcchia c 310012.222
Hechvrria ss 302000.276
H.Alvarez p 200001.237
Hatcher p 000000.000
Bour ph 100000.231
Da.Jennings p 000000
Gregg p 000000
Totals 3216127
New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Granderson rf 400001.230
Murphy 2b 411001.297
D.Wright 3b 424200.285
Duda 1b 411201.257
d’Arnaud c 400000.210
Nieuwenhuis lf 411001.302
Lagares cf 413100.296
Tejada ss 411100.241
Za.Wheeler p 201101.069
Edgin p 000000.000
Black p 000000
Familia p 0000001.000
Totals 34712705
Miami 000010000—160
New York 02202100x—7120

LOB—Miami 6, New York 4. 2B—McGehee (21), Hechavarria (12), Lagares (14), Za.Wheeler (1). 3B—Nieuwenhuis (1). HR—Duda (14); D.Wright (8). RBIs—Yelich (30), D.Wright 2 (46), Duda 2 (48), Lagares (21), Tejada (20), Za.Wheeler (2). S—Za.Wheeler. RLISP—Miami 4; New York 2. RMU—H.Alvarez. GIDP—Tejada. DP—Miami 1.

Miami IPHRERBBSOERA
H.Alvarez L,6-4 5866032.63
Hatcher 1211013.60
Da.Jennings 1100000.99
Gregg 1100017.00
New York IPHRERBBSOERA
Wheeler W,5-8 62/3511263.90
Edgin 2/3000011.76
Black 2/3100001.77
Familia 1000002.11

WP—Za.Wheeler. T—2:43. A—25,914 (41,922).

Reds 6, Pirates 5

Brayan Pena’s pinch-hit single in the eighth inning completed another late rally by the Reds, who beat visiting Pittsburgh. Down 5-1 after six innings, the Reds scored twice with the help of third baseman Pedro Alvarez’s throwing error in the seventh and added three more in the eighth. Devin Mesoraco homered with two outs off Tony Watson in the eighth, and the Reds put together four more singles, with RBI hits by Ramon Santiago and Pena completing Cincinnati’s second comeback of the week.

Pittsburgh ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
G.Polanco rf 400003.271
Hague ph 100001.000
J.Harrison lf-3b 400002.292
McCutchen cf 322110.321
N.Walker 2b 310011.276
R.Martin c 311111.283
P.Alvarez 3b 311311.241
Watson p 0000001.000
Frieri p 000000
G.Sanchez 1b 300000.233
I.Davis ph-1b 100001.238
Mercer ss 400002.247
Locke p 201011.133
J.Hughes p 000000.000
Snider lf 000000.223
M.Martinez ph 100001.000
Totals 32555514
Cincinnati ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
B.Hamilton cf 513100.285
Cozart ss 401100.235
Frazier 3b 401000.289
Bruce 1b-rf 400001.230
Mesoraco c 411102.303
Ludwick lf 422000.267
A.Chapman p 000000
Heisey rf-lf 411001.219
R.Santiago 2b 413200.260
Latos p 100000.000
Leake ph 100001.122
Contreras p 000000.000
Lutz ph 101000.214
Partch p 000000
B.Pena ph-1b 101100.257
Totals 37614605
Pittsburgh 000401000—551
Cincinnati 10000023x—6141

E—P.Alvarez (19), Bruce (3). LOB—Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 7. 2B—A.McCutchen (27), Cozart (15), Ludwick (13), R.Santiago (4). HR—A.McCutchen (15); P.Alvarez (15); Mesoraco (16). RBIs—A.McCutchen (59), R.Martin (29), P.Alvarez 3 (47), B.Hamilton (38), Cozart (22), Mesoraco (44), R.Santiago 2 (6), B.Pena (17). CS—B.Hamilton (14). RLISP—Pittsburgh 2; Cincinnati 4. RMU—N.Walker, B.Hamilton, Heisey. GIDP—Latos. DP—Pittsburgh 1; Cincinnati 1.

Pittsburgh IPHRERBBSOERA
Locke 61/3931052.89
J.Hughes H,6 2/3000001.98
Watson L,5-1 2/3533001.45
Frieri 1/30000013.50
Cincinnati IPHRERBBSOERA
Latos 5343252.79
Contreras 2211042.84
Partch W,1-0 1000320.00
Chapman S,20-22 1000032.20

IR-S—J.Hughes 2-1, Frieri 2-0. PB—Mesoraco. T—3:11. A—36,613 (42,319).

Cardinals 7, Brewers 6

Matt Holliday hit a solo homer with two outs in the top of the ninth inning off Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez, completing St. Louis’ comeback from a six-run deficit for a victory at Milwaukee. Milwaukee has lost six straight and 10 of 11 games. Holliday sent the first-pitch change-up from Rodriguez into the left-field seats to break the tie. The Cardinals hit four homers and cut the Brewers’ lead in the N.L. Central to one game.

St. Louis ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Carpenter 3b 400010.283
Wong 2b 511101.243
Holliday lf 433111.270
Ma.Adams 1b 511203.333
Jh.Peralta ss 413201.248
Craig rf 411002.243
Neshek p 000000
Rosenthal p 000000.000
Jay cf-rf 401001.284
T.Cruz c 300011.228
J.Kelly p 101000.286
Greenwood p 100000.000
Taveras ph 100100.200
Maness p 000000.400
Bourjos cf 100000.221
Totals 377117310
Milwaukee ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
C.Gomez cf 421001.298
Gennett 2b 523201.307
Lucroy c 410010.319
Ar.Ramirez 3b 402101.285
Bianchi pr 000000.164
Braun rf 502101.293
K.Davis lf 501202.252
Overbay 1b 200011.240
Duke p 000000.000
Kintzler p 000000
L.Schafer ph 101000.204
W.Smith p 000000
Fr.Rodriguez p 000000
R.Weeks ph 100000.253
Segura ss 401000.232
Gallardo p 211001.156
Wooten p 000000
Reynolds 1b 100010.209
Totals 38612638
St. Louis 000204001—7111
Milwaukee 330000000—6120

E—Maness (2). LOB—St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 10. 2B—Holliday 2 (24), Ar.Ramirez (11), K.Davis (23), Segura (8). 3B—Gennett (3), Braun (6). HR—Ma.Adams (11); Wong (5); Jh.Peralta (14); Holliday (6). RBIs—Wong (22), Holliday (45), Ma.Adams 2 (40), Jh.Peralta 2 (42), Taveras (5), Gennett 2 (31), Ar.Ramirez (42), Braun (50), K.Davis 2 (46). SB—C.Gomez (16), Gennett (5). SF—Ar.Ramirez. RLISP—St. Louis 3; Milwaukee 5. RMU—Braun. GIDP—M.Carpenter. DP—Milwaukee 1.

St. Louis IPHRERBBSOERA
J.Kelly 3766233.44
Greenwood 2100014.20
Maness 12/3200012.33
Neshek W,4-0 11/3100110.70
Rosenthal S,28-32 1100023.50
Milwaukee IPHRERBBSOERA
Gallardo 51/3755133.68
Wooten 0211104.50
Duke 11/3100121.18
Kintzler 1/3000013.82
W.Smith 1000023.16
Rodriguez L,3-3 1111022.44

IR-S—Neshek 1-0, Duke 3-1, Kintzler 1-0. HBP—C.Gomez. T—3:53. A—35,501 (41,900).

Giants 5, D-backs 0

Tim Lincecum and two relievers combined on a five-hitter, and Lincecum drove in a run with a safety squeeze, helping host San Francisco beat Arizona. Pablo Sandoval homered and drove in three runs to break out of a slump that extended back to late June. The Giants third baseman, hitting just .222 over his previous 16 games, also had an RBI double and an infield single.

Arizona ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
A.Hill 2b 400001.238
D.Peralta cf 400000.315
Goldschmidt 1b 301010.312
M.Montero c 401001.265
Trumbo lf 401001.212
Prado 3b 201010.272
G.Parra rf 300002.250
Gregorius ss 300001.228
Bolsinger p 100001.105
Inciarte ph 100000.229
Delgado p 000000.000
C.Ross ph 101000.229
E.De La Rosa p 000000
Totals 3005027
San Francisco ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pence rf 511001.303
Belt 1b 312011.242
Sandoval 3b 413300.270
Morse lf 401001.275
J.Gutierrez p 000000.000
Affeldt p 000000
H.Sanchez c 400002.201
Colvin cf-lf 411001.231
Panik 2b 310010.220
B.Crawford ss 301111.241
Lincecum p 200101.094
G.Blanco cf 101000.221
Totals 33510538
Arizona 000000000—051
San Francisco 22001000x—5100

E—Prado (14). LOB—Arizona 5, San Francisco 8. 2B—M.Montero (14), Prado (14), Sandoval (15), Morse (23). HR—Sandoval (11). RBIs—Sandoval 3 (40), B.Crawford (37), Lincecum (1). CS—Goldschmidt (3), B.Crawford (3). S—Lincecum. RLISP—Arizona 4; San Francisco 5. RMU—H.Sanchez. GIDP—A.Hill. DP—Arizona 1; San Francisco 1.

Arizona IPHRERBBSOERA
Bolsinger L,1-6 5855255.50
Delgado 2100125.31
E.De La Rosa 1100012.25
San Francisco IPHRERBBSOERA
Lincecum W,9-5 7300263.66
J.Gutierrez 11/3200013.15
Affeldt 2/3000001.64

IR-S—Affeldt 1-0. T—2:35. A—41,647 (41,915).

Padres 6, Dodgers 3

Carlos Quentin drove in three runs, Alexi Amarista homered and Jesse Hahn pitched six solid innings, leading San Diego over host Los Angeles. Hahn has a 1.46 ERA over his last six outings since Pittsburgh beat him 4-1 on June 3 in his big league debut at San Diego’s Petco Park. Padres right-hander Blaine Boyer took over for Hahn, giving up a leadoff double to Drew Butera and a walk to Carl Crawford. That ended Boyer’s season-opening string of 26 straight plate appearances by right-handed batters without a hit or a walk – the longest such streak since such data was first tracked in 1974.

San Diego ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
S.Smith rf-lf 321020.281
Headley 3b 511102.225
Quentin lf 502301.175
Street p 000000
Grandal c 501001.207
Goebbert 1b 400000.290
Conrad 2b 400002.095
Boyer p 000000
A.Torres p 000000.000
Benoit p 000000
Maybin cf 000000.253
Venable cf-rf 413001.202
Amarista ss 211210.232
Hahn p 310001.077
Falu 2b 100000.111
Totals 3669638
Los Angeles ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
D.Gordon 2b 511000.296
Puig rf 412111.309
Ad.Gonzalez 1b 300110.250
Kemp lf 201111.272
J.Wright p 000000.000
Howell p 000000
Ethier ph-cf 000010.250
Van Slyke cf-lf 401001.272
Uribe 3b 400003.291
Rojas ss 400001.219
Butera c 211010.207
A.Ellis ph-c 000010.223
Haren p 100001.147
C.Perez p 000000.000
Crawford ph-lf 200011.263
Jansen p 000000
Totals 3136379
San Diego 020022000—690
Los Angeles 100000200—361

E—Uribe (5). LOB—San Diego 7, Los Angeles 9. 2B—Headley (10), Quentin (5), Puig (26), Butera (4). HR—Amarista (3),. RBIs—Headley (29), Quentin 3 (17), Amarista 2 (16), Puig (51), Ad.Gonzalez (60), Kemp (35). SB—Venable (4). S—Amarista. SF—Ad.Gonzalez. RLISP—San Diego 4; Los Angeles 4. RMU—Grandal, Falu, Puig, Ad.Gonzalez. DP—San Diego 1.

San Diego IPHRERBBSOERA
Hahn W,5-2 6311462.21
Boyer 1/3222101.29
A.Torres H,3 2/3000002.52
Benoit H,16 1100221.86
Street S,24-25 1000011.09
Los Angeles IPHRERBBSOERA
Haren L,8-6 4644254.23
C.Perez 1000004.54
J.Wright 2222123.50
Howell 1100001.42
Jansen 1000013.68

IR-S—A.Torres 2-1, C.Perez 1-0. IBB—S.Smith, Amarista. WP—Benoit, Haren, J.Wright. T—3:25. A—46,073 (56,000).

Interleague

Rockies 6, Twins 2

Jorge De La Rosa pitched six strong innings, Troy Tulowitzki and Drew Stubbs each hit two-run homers, and Colorado beat Minnesota at Denver’s Coors Field. The Rockies benefited from the return of outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, who missed the previous 35 games because of a benign tumor on his left index finger. Gonzalez singled ahead of Tulowitzki’s third-inning home run and made two sparkling defensive plays in right field.

Minnesota ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Dozier 2b 402010.237
K.Suzuki c 401000.306
K.Morales 1b 401001.231
Plouffe 3b 422001.243
Arcia rf 401001.215
Nunez lf 400200.290
E.Escobar ss 402001.260
Fuld cf 301010.261
Kr.Johnson p 100001.000
Colabello ph 100000.247
Deduno p 000000.000
Willingham ph 100001.209
Guerrier p 000000
Burton p 000000
Parmelee ph 100000.263
Totals 35210226
Colorado ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Blackmon lf 412001.296
Stubbs cf 411201.293
C.Gonzalez rf 411002.255
Tulowitzki ss 411201.349
Morneau 1b 400000.309
Arenado 3b 412000.286
Rosario c 301100.246
LeMahieu 2b 302000.279
J.De La Rosa p 100001.161
Brothers p 000000
Ottavino p 000000
Barnes ph 111100.253
Logan p 000000
Hawkins p 000000
Totals 32611606
Minnesota 010000010—2100
Colorado 21200010x—6110

LOB—Minnesota 8, Colorado 3. 2B—Plouffe (26), E.Escobar (24). 3B—Arenado (1). HR—Stubbs (10); Tulowitzki (21); Barnes (4). RBIs—Nunez 2 (16), Stubbs 2 (27), Tulowitzki 2 (51), Rosario (35), Barnes (13). CS—LeMahieu (6). S—J.De La Rosa. RLISP—Minnesota 3; Colorado 2. RMU—Nunez. GIDP—K.Morales, Rosario. DP—Minnesota 1; Colorado 1.

Minnesota IPHRERBBSOERA
Johnson L,0-1 4855035.40
Deduno 2100024.43
Guerrier 1211012.77
Burton 1000004.86
Colorado IPHRERBBSOERA
DeLaRsa W,10-6 6611134.56
Brothers 1/3200004.23
Ottavino H,15 2/3000113.86
Logan 1211026.11
Hawkins 1000002.45

IR-S—Ottavino 2-0. IBB—Fuld. WP—J.De La Rosa. T—2:59. A—36,110 (50,480).


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