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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Mariners 6, Yankees 2

New York ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Lofton cf 401100.188
b-BWilliams ph 100000.202
Jeter ss 401101.183
ARodriguez 3b 401001.265
JaGiambi 1b 400001.267
Sheffield rf 301011.275
Posada c 400001.276
Matsui lf 221020.313
Sierra dh 402001.327
EWilson 2b 200011.206
a-TClark ph 100000.208
Totals 3327247
Seattle ABRHBIBBSOAvg.
ISuzuki rf 402100.290
Winn cf 411001.232
Spiezio 3b 411000.282
Ibanez lf 412000.262
EMartinez dh 412400.271
Olerud 1b 411000.258
Aurilia ss 400000.214
JoCabrera 2b 413000.286
DWilson c 400001.275
Totals 36612502
New York 000010100—270
Seattle 21200100x—6120

a-fouled out for Wilson in the 9th. b-popped out for Lofton in the 9th.

LOB—New York 8, Seattle 6. 2B—EMartinez (9), Olerud (7), JoCabrera (3). HR—EMartinez (2), off Lieber. RBIs—Lofton (3), Jeter (9), ISuzuki (9), EMartinez 4 (12).

Runners left in scoring position—New York 4 (Lofton, ARodriguez 2, Posada); Seattle 3 (EMartinez, Olerud, DWilson).

Runners moved up—Aurilia, DWilson.

New York IPHRERBBSONPERA
Lieber L, 1-1 696602886.23
GWhite 2/3 20000183.12
Prinz 1 1/3 10000150.00
Seattle IPHRERBBSONPERA
RFranklin W, 2-2 6522451065.05
Hasegawa 110001195.27
RSoriano 2/3 100001112.00
MMyers 1/3 0000054.32
Guardado 10000181.29

RFranklin pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.

Inherited runners-scored—Prinz 2-0, Hasegawa 2-1, MMyers 1-0.

WP—Lieber.

T—2:48. A—46,491 (47,447).

Tigers 8, Rangers 7

DetroitABRHBIBBSOAvg.
ASanchez cf501000.298
Vina 2b511001.240
IRodriguez c511200.352
White dh422001.327
CPena 1b310012.242
CGuillen ss423400.320
Higginson rf311211.247
Monroe lf401001.218
Munson 3b200002.221
a-Infante ph-3b200001.261
Totals37810829
TexasABRHBIBBSOAvg.
MYoung ss411110.373
Blalock 3b522001.325
ASoriano 2b411001.302
Fullmer dh521200.239
Teixeira 1b401012.235
Dellucci lf-cf312321.324
Mench rf-lf501000.318
Nix cf100001.343
BJordan rf200010.100
Laird c400101.318
Totals3779757
Detroit0302000308103
Texas400001002791

a-struck out for Munson in the 7th.

E—Vina (5), Higginson (1), Monroe (6), Teixeira (2). LOB—Detroit 4, Texas 9. 2B—White (8), Monroe (3), Blalock 2 (11), Fullmer (6). 3B—CGuillen (1). HR—IRodriguez (5), off Nelson; Higginson (1), off Benoit; CGuillen (3), off Benoit; MYoung (6), off Bonderman. RBIs—IRodriguez 2 (23), CGuillen 4 (20), Higginson 2 (22), MYoung (23), Fullmer 2 (14), Dellucci 3 (14), Laird (9). GIDP—Vina.

Runners left in scoring position—Detroit 3 (IRodriguez, Monroe, Munson); Texas 5 (Blalock 2, Mench, Laird 2).

Runners moved up—ASoriano, Laird.

DP—Texas 1 (ASoriano, MYoung and Teixeira).

DetroitIPHRERBBSONPERA
Bonderman5 2/3 655451015.91
JWalker110011231.59
Levine W, 3-21 1/3 0000066.14
Urbina S, 3122101192.00
TexasIPHRERBBSONPERA
Benoit665517884.56
Ramirez L, 1-21 1/3 11102225.59
Nelson02220094.76
Mahay 1/3 10010163.60
JPowell 1/3 0000061.64
Brocail100000166.75

Nelson pitched to 2 batters in the 8th.

Inherited runners-scored—JWalker 3-0, Levine 2-0, Nelson 1-1, Mahay 1-1, JPowell 2-0.

IBB—off Bonderman (BJordan) 1. HBP—by Bonderman (ASoriano).

T—3:02. A—41,095 (49,115).

Red Sox 7, Royals 6

Kansas CityABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Berroa ss522001.230
Beltran cf501000.308
MiSweeney dh411110.280
JGonzalez rf412100.283
Stairs lf311100.302
Randa 3b401100.287
Harvey 1b200011.353
BSantiago c400000.241
Relaford 2b411002.219
Totals3569424
BostonABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Damon cf422110.255
Bellhorn 2b422201.239
DOrtiz dh500003.256
MRamirez lf423010.374
Millar 1b402110.290
Kapler rf411000.236
b-Varitek ph101100.318
Mirabelli c402101.400
Mueller 3b400000.239
Reese ss300000.250
a-Daubach ph100001.200
Crespo ss000000.163
Totals38713636
Kansas City101040000691
Boston0020000237132

Two outs when winning run scored.

a-struck out for Reese in the 8th. b-doubled for Kapler in the 9th.

E—Stairs (1), Bellhorn (2), Mueller (7). LOB—Kansas City 6, Boston 9. 2B—Damon (8), Millar (5), Varitek (4). HR—Bellhorn (3), off MacDougal; Damon (2), off Affeldt. RBIs—MiSweeney (20), JGonzalez (12), Stairs (13), Randa (11), Damon (17), Bellhorn 2 (13), Millar (9), Varitek (15), Mirabelli (6). SB—Berroa (1), Beltran (8). CS—Beltran (1). GIDP—BSantiago, Mueller.

Runners left in scoring position—Kansas City 2 (Stairs 2); Boston 5 (DOrtiz, MRamirez, Kapler 2, Mueller).

Runners moved up—Beltran, MiSweeney, DOrtiz, Mirabelli.

DP—Kansas City 1 (Randa, Relaford and Harvey); Boston 1 (Mueller, Bellhorn and Millar).

Kansas CityIPHRERBBSONPERA
Affeldt7 1/3 1144141185.06
Grimsley H, 2 2/3 0000183.18
MacDougal L, 0-1, BS, 2 1/3 133211711.57
Sullivan 1/3 1000034.63
BostonIPHRERBBSONPERA
Wakefield8964231152.75
Timlin W, 2-110000184.38

Inherited runners-scored—Grimsley 1-0, Sullivan 1-1.

HBP—by Wakefield (Stairs), by Affeldt (Bellhorn), by Wakefield (Harvey). WP—Affeldt. PB—BSantiago.

T—2:47. A—35,280 (35,095).

Blue Jays 5, White Sox 4

ChicagoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Uribe 2b513000.385
Valentin ss401112.269
MOrdonez rf502001.288
Thomas dh300020.275
CaLee lf310010.235
Konerko 1b400001.250
Crede 3b411001.238
Rowand cf401001.239
Olivo c311302.316
b-TPerez ph100000.257
Burke c000000.000
Totals3649448
TorontoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
HClark rf300000.231
a-Johnson ph-rf201100.247
Catalanotto lf401000.313
VWells cf300012.231
CDelgado 1b412000.265
JPhelps dh400001.261
Hinske 3b311210.252
Zaun c311011.529
OHudson 2b321211.253
Gomez ss401000.326
Totals3358545
Chicago000300100491
Toronto000004001580

One out when winning run scored.

a-popped out for Clark in the 7th. b-flied out for Olivo in the 9th.

E—Valentin (5). LOB—Chicago 9, Toronto 7. 2B—Zaun (2). 3B—Uribe (2). HR—OHudson (3), off Garland; Hinske (4), off Garland; Olivo (3), off Lilly. RBIs—Valentin (9), Olivo 3 (15), Johnson (14), Hinske 2 (16), OHudson 2 (14). SB—Uribe (4), Valentin (1), Rowand (2). GIDP—Hinske.

Runners left in scoring position—Chicago 5 (Thomas, CaLee 2, Konerko, Olivo); Toronto 3 (Catalanotto 2, JPhelps).

Runners moved up—Rowand, HClark, Gomez.

DP—Chicago 1 (Uribe, Valentin and Konerko).

ChicagoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Garland6744231004.43
Marte200012332.63
Politte L, 0-1 1/3 11110146.23
TorontoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Lilly553344895.05
Nakamura221102333.38
Speier100001114.60
Adams W, 3-1120001222.76

T—2:44. A—15,661 (50,598).

Angels 1, Devil Rays 0

Tampa BayABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Crawford lf402000.302
Lugo ss300010.287
Cummings dh400000.167
TMartinez 1b400000.275
Baldelli cf300001.275
Huff 3b300001.186
JoCruz rf300000.202
THall c200000.283
a-Fick ph-c100000.186
RSanchez 2b301001.250
Totals3003013
AnaheimABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Eckstein ss401100.257
Figgins cf400000.313
VGuerrero rf400000.319
Glaus dh301012.299
JGuillen lf401000.313
Quinlan 1b301001.333
JMolina c302001.370
Halter 3b312001.222
AKennedy 2b100000.258
Totals2918115
Tampa Bay000000000030
Anaheim00100000x180

a-popped out for Hall in the 8th.

LOB—Tampa Bay 4, Anaheim 7. 2B—Quinlan (1), Halter (5). RBIs—Eckstein (6). S—AKennedy 2.

Runners left in scoring position—Tampa Bay 3 (Cummings 2, TMartinez); Anaheim 1 (Figgins).

Runners moved up—Cummings, Eckstein.

Tampa BayIPHRERBBSONPERA
Hendrickson L, 1-37711151084.83
Harper110000156.00
AnaheimIPHRERBBSONPERA
Lackey W, 3-39300131074.23

T—2:10. A—43,674 (45,030).

Orioles 3, Indians 2, 10 innings

ClevelandABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Belliard 2b523001.389
Vizquel ss401011.295
Gerut rf301111.266
VMartinez dh400113.259
Lawton lf401011.328
Blake 3b502001.250
Merloni 1b200000.271
a-Broussard ph-1b300000.258
AEscobar cf502002.238
Laker c200000.179
Totals372102410
BaltimoreABRHBIBBSOAvg.
BRoberts 2b300010.325
Mora 3b311010.346
Tejada ss402100.340
RPalmeiro 1b411101.309
JvLopez c401001.327
Gibbons rf400001.204
Matos cf400002.204
Surhoff dh401001.286
Bigbie lf411101.242
Totals3437327
Cleveland10001000002100
Baltimore1000010001371

No outs when winning run scored.

a-grounded out for Merloni in the 6th.

E—Mora (10). LOB—Cleveland 12, Baltimore 6. 2B—Gerut (7), Blake (5), Tejada (6). HR—Bigbie (5), off Durbin; RPalmeiro (4), off ClLee. RBIs—Gerut (13), VMartinez (17), Tejada (21), RPalmeiro (22), Bigbie (11). SB—Lawton (4), BRoberts (14). CS—Vizquel (1), Lawton (1). S—Laker.

Runners left in scoring position—Cleveland 5 (VMartinez 3, Lawton, AEscobar); Baltimore 4 (Tejada, RPalmeiro, JvLopez 2).

Runners moved up—Broussard, Tejada, RPalmeiro 2.

ClevelandIPHRERBBSONPERA
ClLee6522251073.12
ScStewart100002137.71
JJimenez210000276.00
Durbin L, 2-3011100213.50
BaltimoreIPHRERBBSONPERA
Bedard552115904.32
Bauer1 2/3 10012293.44
Groom1 1/3 20000240.96
RLopez 2/3 20001160.37
BRyan 1/3 00011122.12
Julio W, 1-0100011220.69

Durbin pitched to 1 batter in the 10th.

Inherited runners-scored—Groom 1-0, BRyan 2-0.

HBP—by Bedard (Gerut), by Bedard (Laker). WP—ClLee.

T—3:10. A—34,324 (48,286).

American League leaders

BATTING (77 plate appearances)—Belliard, Cleveland, .389; LFord, Minnesota, .386; Uribe, Chicago, .385; MRamirez, Boston, .374; MYoung, Texas, .373; Harvey, Kansas City, .353; IRodriguez, Detroit, .352.

RUNS—MYoung, Texas, 28; Glaus, Anaheim, 26; Beltran, Kansas City, 25; White, Detroit, 25; BRoberts, Baltimore, 24; CPena, Detroit, 24; Mora, Baltimore, 24; VGuerrero, Anaheim, 24.

RBI—Glaus, Anaheim, 26; JGuillen, Anaheim, 24; White, Detroit, 24; MYoung, Texas, 23; MOrdonez, Chicago, 23; IRodriguez, Detroit, 23; DOrtiz, Boston, 22; Lawton, Cleveland, 22; Higginson, Detroit, 22; RPalmeiro, Baltimore, 22.

HITS—MYoung, Texas, 47; MRamirez, Boston, 43; Belliard, Cleveland, 42; Blalock, Texas, 40; Lawton, Cleveland, 39; ISuzuki, Seattle, 38; VGuerrero, Anaheim, 38; IRodriguez, Detroit, 38.

DOUBLES—Blalock, Texas, 11; BRoberts, Baltimore, 11; DOrtiz, Boston, 11; Belliard, Cleveland, 11; Mench, Texas, 10; Mientkiewicz, Minnesota, 10; 5 are tied with 9.

TRIPLES—Figgins, Anaheim, 4; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 4; MYoung, Texas, 3; Woodward, Toronto, 3; LFord, Minnesota, 2; Uribe, Chicago, 2; CPena, Detroit, 2; Lugo, Tampa Bay, 2; Beltran, Kansas City, 2; Lofton, New York, 2.

HOME RUNS—Glaus, Anaheim, 10; Beltran, Kansas City, 8; EChavez, Oakland, 8; MOrdonez, Chicago, 8; Posada, New York, 8; DOrtiz, Boston, 7; Dye, Oakland, 7; MRamirez, Boston, 7; White, Detroit, 7.

STOLEN BASES—Crawford, Tampa Bay, 14; BRoberts, Baltimore, 14; Figgins, Anaheim, 8; Beltran, Kansas City, 8; JJones, Minnesota, 7; ISuzuki, Seattle, 6; WHarris, Chicago, 5; Byrnes, Oakland, 5; Matos, Baltimore, 5; Damon, Boston, 5.

PITCHING (2 Decisions)—Takatsu, Chicago, 2-0, 1.000, 2.61; ClLee, Cleveland, 3-0, 1.000, 3.12; CSilva, Minnesota, 5-0, 1.000, 3.43; Drese, Texas, 2-0, 1.000, 2.25; Shields, Anaheim, 2-0, 1.000, 4.76; Almanzar, Texas, 3-0, 1.000, 4.30; Sullivan, Kansas City, 2-0, 1.000, 4.63; Villone, Seattle, 3-0, 1.000, 3.79; Osborne, New York, 2-0, 1.000, 3.18; KBrown, New York, 4-0, 1.000, 2.89.

STRIKEOUTS—Schilling, Boston, 45; Zambrano, Tampa Bay, 42; PMartinez, Boston, 39; Halladay, Toronto, 38; Robertson, Detroit, 33; FGarcia, Seattle, 33; JVazquez, New York, 33.

SAVES—MRivera, New York, 11; FCordero, Texas, 10; Percival, Anaheim, 9; Nathan, Minnesota, 7; Foulke, Boston, 6; Rhodes, Oakland, 6; Koch, Chicago, 5; Guardado, Seattle, 5.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Expos 4, Cardinals 2

St. LouisABRHBIBBSOAvg.
MAnderson 2b502000.333
Lankford lf301010.309
Pujols 1b411000.270
Edmonds cf300011.283
Rolen 3b301111.342
Renteria ss301000.284
Luna ss100000.158
RSanders rf402001.269
Matheny c300011.280
Morris p200001.278
a-Womack ph100000.300
Kline p000000—-
Calero p000000—-
d-Porter ph111100.435
Totals3329245
MontrealABRHBIBBSOAvg.
EnChavez cf412000.259
Vidro 2b401000.240
OCabrera ss301000.270
Wilkerson 1b311200.242
TBatista 3b311000.227
Sledge lf311201.246
JRivera rf300001.279
Schneider c300000.228
SKim p200001.167
Bentz p000000—-
Ayala p000000.500
b-Carroll ph000000.286
c-Calloway ph100000.054
Biddle p000000—-
Totals2947403
St. Louis000100001290
Montreal40000000x470

a-grounded out for Morris in the 7th. b-announced for Ayala in the 8th. c-grounded out for Carroll in the 8th. d-homered for Calero in the 9th.

LOB—St. Louis 8, Montreal 1. 2B—MAnderson (6). HR—Porter (1), off Biddle; Sledge (2), off Morris; Wilkerson (3), off Morris. RBIs—Rolen (35), Porter (2), Wilkerson 2 (9), Sledge 2 (6). CS—Lankford (1). GIDP—Pujols, Matheny, OCabrera, Wilkerson.

Runners left in scoring position—St. Louis 5 (Pujols, Edmonds, Matheny, Morris 2).

Runners moved up—Lankford, Pujols, Renteria.

DP—St. Louis 2 (Renteria, MAnderson and Pujols), (Renteria, MAnderson and Pujols); Montreal 2 (OCabrera, Vidro and Wilkerson), (TBatista, Vidro and Wilkerson).

St. LouisIPHRERBBSONPERA
Morris L, 3-3674402723.86
Kline100001131.64
Calero100000130.00
MontrealIPHRERBBSONPERA
SKim W, 2-06711441011.24
Bentz H, 3 2/3 10000115.40
Ayala H, 41 1/3 00001154.32
Biddle S, 6111100187.50

Inherited runners-scored—Ayala 1-0.

IBB—off SKim (Matheny) 1.

T—2:21. A—5,332 (46,338).

Brewers 7, Mets 5

MilwaukeeABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Podsednik cf522000.293
Counsell ss512100.222
KGinter 2b311220.270
Jenkins lf510000.261
Overbay 1b413211.336
BClark rf500002.216
Helms 3b402001.221
Moeller c400002.238
DDavis p300001.000
BFord p000000—-
b-Grieve ph111100.263
Burba p000000—-
Totals39711637
New YorkABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Matsui ss411001.239
DGarcia 2b300002.296
Moreno p000000—-
Stanton p0000001.000
JPhillips 1b100000.159
Piazza c402101.283
Zeile 1b-3b401101.286
KGarcia rf400000.280
Wigginton 3b300000.176
Wheeler p000000.000
c-VWilson ph010010.267
Valent lf411001.268
McEwing cf322310.231
TGlavine p101000.333
a-Gutierrez ph-2b300002.164
Totals3458528
Milwaukee0040001117110
New York000002003583

a-struck out for T.Glavine in the 6th. b-homered for B.Ford in the 8th. c-walked for Wheeler in the 9th.

E—DGarcia (2), Wigginton (2), Wheeler (2). LOB—Milwaukee 8, New York 4. 2B—Counsell (2), Overbay 2 (15). HR—McEwing (1), off Burba; Grieve (3), off Wheeler; Overbay (4), off TGlavine; KGinter (6), off TGlavine. RBIs—Counsell (7), KGinter 2 (13), Overbay 2 (27), Grieve (8), Piazza (12), Zeile (6), McEwing 3 (6). SB—Podsednik (16). CS—Helms (1). GIDP—Zeile.

Runners left in scoring position—Milwaukee 6 (BClark 6); New York 1 (KGarcia).

Runners moved up—Jenkins.

DP—Milwaukee 1 (DDavis, Counsell and Overbay); New York 1 (Piazza and DGarcia).

MilwaukeeIPHRERBBSONPERA
DDavis W, 2-26 2/3 622151064.75
BFord H, 2 1/3 0000157.56
Burba223312352.00
New YorkIPHRERBBSONPERA
TGlavine L, 4-26644341062.40
Moreno 1/3 2110075.25
Stanton 2/3 1000083.38
Wheeler222103353.60

Inherited runners-scored—BFord 1-0, Stanton 1-0.

T—2:59. A—27,841 (57,405).

Marlins 3, Padres 1

San DiegoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Greene ss400000.280
Loretta 2b400000.333
BGiles rf300000.275
Nevin 1b300003.259
Buchanan 1b100001.269
Long lf302000.302
Payton cf311000.258
RaHernandez c301000.220
RVazquez 3b300100.118
Peavy p200000.200
Osuna p000000—-
a-Robinson ph100000.308
Otsuka p000000—-
Totals3014104
FloridaABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Pierre cf402001.361
LCastillo 2b402001.265
Cabrera rf401001.266
1-Nunez pr-rf010000.286
Lowell 3b322210.343
Choi 1b401100.263
Conine lf401001.270
RCastro c301012.138
AGonzalez ss400002.194
Pavano p200001.167
Benitez p000000—-
Totals32310329
San Diego000010000140
Florida01010001x3101

a-grounded out for Osuna in the 8th.

1-ran for Cabrera in the 8th.

E—RCastro (2). LOB—San Diego 3, Florida 8. 3B—Choi (1). HR—Lowell 2 (9), off Peavy 2. RBIs—RVazquez (3), Lowell 2 (25), Choi (19). SB—BGiles (2), Long (2). GIDP—Cabrera, Conine.

Runners left in scoring position—San Diego 1 (Nevin); Florida 4 (LCastillo, Cabrera, AGonzalez, Pavano).

Runners moved up—Lowell.

DP—San Diego 2 (Greene, Loretta and Nevin), (RVazquez, Loretta and Buchanan); Florida 1 (LCastillo and AGonzalez).

San DiegoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Peavy L, 2-26 2/3 72218941.94
Osuna 1/3 1000054.30
Otsuka121111281.13
FloridaIPHRERBBSONPERA
Pavano W, 3-1841103993.38
Benitez S, 12100001120.46

Inherited runners-scored—Osuna 1-0.

HBP—by Peavy (Pavano), by Pavano (BGiles).

T—2:15. A—17,703 (36,331).

Giants 6, Reds 1

San FranciscoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Dallimore 2b500002.267
Alfonzo 3b511000.234
Grissom cf411201.339
Mohr rf000000.103
Bonds lf210020.424
Feliz 1b412301.302
Pierzynski c401001.263
Tucker rf-cf311011.265
NPerez ss301001.226
Rueter p311100.154
a-Hammonds ph100001.190
TyWalker p000000—-
Christiansen p000000—-
Herges p000000—-
Totals3468638
CincinnatiABRHBIBBSOAvg.
DJimenez 2b401100.218
Larkin ss401000.298
Casey 1b400001.376
Dunn lf400002.291
Griffey Jr. cf400001.235
Larson 3b201000.278
JCastro 3b200000.234
Freel rf302000.253
Valentin c300000.158
Lidle p200001.111
PNorton p000000—-
Reith p000000—-
b-JaCruz ph111000.333
Totals3316105
San Francisco000000240681
Cincinnati000000001161

a-struck out for Rueter in the 9th. b-doubled for Reith in the 9th.

E—Christiansen (2), Larson (5). LOB—San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 5. 2B—Grissom (7), Tucker (6), NPerez (5), Rueter (2), Larson (3), JaCruz (2). HR—Feliz (4), off Lidle. RBIs—Grissom 2 (18), Feliz 3 (18), Rueter (1), DJimenez (13). S—NPerez.

Runners left in scoring position—San Francisco 4 (Alfonzo 2, Pierzynski, Tucker); Cincinnati 2 (JCastro 2).

San FranciscoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Rueter W, 1-38300041185.54
TyWalker03110091.29
Christiansen 2/3 0000172.16
Herges S, 10 1/3 0000045.94
CincinnatiIPHRERBBSONPERA
Lidle L, 2-27 2/3 66617895.15
PNorton 1/3 20020176.10
Reith100001167.50

TyWalker pitched to 3 batters in the 9th, PNorton pitched to 2 batters in the 9th.

Inherited runners-scored—Christiansen 2-0, Herges 3-0, PNorton 1-1, Reith 2-0.

IBB—off Lidle (Bonds) 1.

T—2:35. A—34,448 (42,271).

Dodgers 4, Pirates 0

Los AngelesABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Izturis ss211020.300
Lo Duca lf401100.365
Bradley cf401001.242
ShGreen 1b400002.247
Beltre 3b411000.384
JEncarnacion rf400001.241
JHernandez 2b423301.400
Ross c400002.111
WAlvarez p300002.000
Mota p000000—-
Totals3347429
PittsburghABRHBIBBSOAvg.
TRedman cf400000.212
JWilson ss300001.345
Kendall c300000.281
CWilson 1b300002.356
Bay lf300002.000
Mackowiak rf300000.230
Stynes 3b301000.206
Mesa p000000—-
Castillo 2b300000.279
OlPerez p100001.375
ANunez 3b100000.250
Totals2701006
Los Angeles110000200470
Pittsburgh000000000010

LOB—Los Angeles 4, Pittsburgh 1. 3B—Izturis (2). HR—JHernandez 2 (3), off OlPerez 2. RBIs—Lo Duca (12), JHernandez 3 (4). S—OlPerez. GIDP—Lo Duca.

Runners left in scoring position—Pittsburgh 1 (TRedman).

Runners moved up—Lo Duca.

DP—Pittsburgh 1 (Castillo, JWilson and CWilson).

Los AngelesIPHRERBBSONPERA
WAlvarez W, 1-0710005851.52
Mota200001192.02
PittsburghIPHRERBBSONPERA
OlPerez L, 2-18644281053.48
Mesa110001170.73

T—2:08. A—20,944 (38,496).

Cubs 11, Rockies 0

ColoradoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Miles 2b401001.256
Clayton ss400002.275
Helton 1b300000.337
JrLopez p000000—-
VNunez p000000—-
CJohnson c200000.273
Pellow c100001.255
Burnitz cf200000.258
Hocking cf100000.214
Holliday lf301000.354
Hawpe rf300001.474
LuGonzalez 3b200000.254
Estes p100000.188
Wendell p100000.000
MaSweeney 1b100000.233
Totals2802005
ChicagoABRHBIBBSOAvg.
TWalker 2b221010.308
DJackson 2b100000.000
CPatterson cf511402.261
SSosa rf312210.303
Goodwin rf100000.136
Alou lf401101.308
Hollandsworth lf100000.346
ARamirez 3b121110.289
a-Macias ph-3b212000.158
DeLee 1b300021.286
Barrett c522001.309
REMartinez ss222210.294
Zambrano p200000.200
Totals3211121065
Colorado000000000021
Chicago06310100x11121

a-singled for Ramirez in the 6th.

E—CJohnson (2), REMartinez (1). LOB—Colorado 2, Chicago 8. 2B—CPatterson (8), Barrett (5). RBIs—CPatterson 4 (14), SSosa 2 (20), Alou (21), ARamirez (24), REMartinez 2 (4). SB—Barrett (1). S—Zambrano 2. SF—REMartinez. GIDP—Clayton, Wendell, Zambrano.

Runners left in scoring position—Chicago 3 (Alou, DeLee, Zambrano).

Runners moved up—CPatterson 2, SSosa.

DP—Colorado 1 (Clayton, Miles and Helton); Chicago 2 (REMartinez and DeLee), (DJackson, REMartinez and DeLee).

ColoradoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Estes L, 4-22 2/3 79950707.34
Wendell3 1/3 42213604.96
JrLopez100001135.91
VNunez110001133.95
ChicagoIPHRERBBSONPERA
Zambrano W, 3-1920005972.18

Inherited runners-scored—Wendell 1-0.

IBB—off Estes (SSosa) 1. HBP—by Zambrano (LuGonzalez), by Wendell (ARamirez), by Estes (TWalker).

T—2:18. A—37,307 (39,345)

Astros 5, Braves 3

HoustonABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Biggio cf411001.336
AEverett ss512002.288
Bagwell 1b511000.330
JKent 2b523300.309
Berkman lf403211.315
Hidalgo rf502002.343
Lamb 3b300011.364
Lidge p000000—-
Dotel p000000—-
Ausmus c400001.242
Redding p300000.125
Backe p000000.000
DMiceli p000000.500
JVizcaino 3b000010.111
Totals38512538
AtlantaABRHBIBBSOAvg.
DWise lf501000.222
DeRosa 2b500001.217
JDrew rf322110.311
JEstrada c400000.318
AJones cf400001.260
Laroche 1b412200.236
Hessman 3b300003.129
JGarcia ss402000.311
Thomson p101000.167
Alfonseca p000000—-
a-Furcal ph101000.267
Cunnane p000000—-
Reitsma p000000—-
b-JuFranco ph100001.316
Totals3539316
Houston0003011005121
Atlanta000100110390

a-singled for Alfonseca in the 7th. b-struck out for Reitsma in the 9th.

E—AEverett (3). LOB—Houston 10, Atlanta 8. 2B—JKent (7), Hidalgo (11). HR—Laroche (2), off Backe; JKent (6), off Thomson; JDrew (4), off Redding. RBIs—JKent 3 (25), Berkman 2 (22), JDrew (13), Laroche 2 (10). S—Thomson. GIDP—JGarcia.

Runners left in scoring position—Houston 5 (Lamb 2, Ausmus, Redding 2); Atlanta 3 (DeRosa 3).

Runners moved up—DWise 2, JEstrada.

DP—Houston 1 (Redding, AEverett and Bagwell).

HoustonIPHRERBBSONPERA
Redding W, 1-3641111858.02
Backe 2/3 11101143.60
DMiceli02000031.96
Lidge H, 31 1/3 11003202.65
Dotel S, 5110001212.40
AtlantaIPHRERBBSONPERA
Thomson L, 2-26 1/3 105515904.50
Alfonseca 2/3 10011144.30
Cunnane100012177.30
Reitsma110000142.70

DMiceli pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.

Inherited runners-scored—Lidge 2-0, Alfonseca 2-1.

IBB—off Thomson (Lamb) 1. HBP—by Redding (Hessman), by Thomson (Biggio).

T—3:00. A—27,902 (50,091).

Phillies 4, Diamondbacks 1

PhiladelphiaABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Byrd cf400011.216
Polanco 2b400001.223
ToPerez 2b100000.208
BAbreu rf411003.235
Burrell lf200022.293
Thome 1b411101.330
Lieberthal c312010.229
DaBell 3b413000.272
Rollins ss301101.185
Padilla p200001.125
a-Ledee ph100100.346
Cormier p000000—-
Worrell p000000—-
b-Wooten ph100000.143
BWagner p000000.000
Totals33483410
ArizonaABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Kata 2b401001.301
Cintron ss401000.257
LGonzalez lf301012.280
Hillenbrand 1b400000.216
SFinley cf412100.257
DBautista rf300001.333
Koplove p000000—-
Choate p000000.000
Villarreal p000000—-
Mantei p000000—-
c-Hairston ph100001.000
Tracy 3b401000.365
Hammock c300000.273
RJohnson p200002.214
Devore rf100000.000
Totals3316117
Philadelphia000000310480
Arizona000100000160

a-grounded into fielder’s choice for Padilla in the 7th. b-popped out for Worrell in the 9th. c-struck out for Mantei in the 9th.

LOB—Philadelphia 7, Arizona 6. 2B—BAbreu (7), Lieberthal (5), DaBell (7), Kata (6), SFinley (3). 3B—LGonzalez (2). HR—Thome (10), off RJohnson; SFinley (9), off Padilla. RBIs—Thome (16), Rollins (5), Ledee (10), SFinley (16). S—Rollins. GIDP—Rollins.

Runners left in scoring position—Philadelphia 4 (ToPerez, Lieberthal, DaBell, Padilla); Arizona 3 (Hillenbrand 2, DBautista).

Runners moved up—Cintron.

DP—Arizona 1 (Cintron, Kata and Hillenbrand).

PhiladelphiaIPHRERBBSONPERA
Padilla W, 1-4651115873.86
Cormier H, 31 2/3 10001183.94
Worrell H, 6 1/3 0000032.45
BWagner S, 8100001161.20
ArizonaIPHRERBBSONPERA
RJohnson L, 3-36 1/3 422210993.06
Koplove121100154.32
Choate 1/3 11110138.10
Villarreal110010247.31
Mantei 1/3 00000112.10

Inherited runners-scored—Worrell 1-0, Koplove 1-1, Villarreal 2-1, Mantei 2-0.

IBB—off Choate (Burrell) 1, off Padilla (LGonzalez) 1. WP—Villarreal.

T—2:49. A—30,738 (49,033).

National League leaders

BATTING (77 plate appearances)—Bonds, San Francisco, .424; Beltre, Los Angeles, .384; Casey, Cincinnati, .376; Lo Duca, Los Angeles, .365; Pierre, Florida, .361; CWilson, Pittsburgh, .356; Spencer, New York, .354.

RUNS—Bagwell, Houston, 29; Pujols, St. Louis, 28; Podsednik, Milwaukee, 26; Helton, Colorado, 25; Dunn, Cincinnati, 24; AEverett, Houston, 24; LGonzalez, Arizona, 24; SFinley, Arizona, 24; Bonds, San Francisco, 24.

RBI—Rolen, St. Louis, 35; Overbay, Milwaukee, 27; Castilla, Colorado, 27; Lowell, Florida, 25; Beltre, Los Angeles, 25; Hidalgo, Houston, 25; JKent, Houston, 25.

HITS—Casey, Cincinnati, 44; Pierre, Florida, 43; Beltre, Los Angeles, 43; Loretta, San Diego, 40; Rolen, St. Louis, 39; JWilson, Pittsburgh, 38; Biggio, Houston, 38.

DOUBLES—Overbay, Milwaukee, 15; Casey, Cincinnati, 12; Edmonds, St. Louis, 12; Castilla, Colorado, 12; Hidalgo, Houston, 11; Biggio, Houston, 11; Helton, Colorado, 10; SSosa, Chicago, 10.

TRIPLES—DWise, Atlanta, 4; Pierre, Florida, 3; DRoberts, Los Angeles, 3; Jenkins, Milwaukee, 3; 16 are tied with 2.

HOME RUNS—Dunn, Cincinnati, 10; Thome, Philadelphia, 10; Bonds, San Francisco, 10; Cabrera, Florida, 9; Choi, Florida, 9; Lowell, Florida, 9; Beltre, Los Angeles, 9; Sexson, Arizona, 9; SFinley, Arizona, 9.

STOLEN BASES—Podsednik, Milwaukee, 16; DRoberts, Los Angeles, 15; Pierre, Florida, 9; Womack, St. Louis, 9; Cameron, New York, 7; EnChavez, Montreal, 6; RSanders, St. Louis, 6.

PITCHING (2 Decisions)—TyWalker, San Francisco, 2-0, 1.000, 1.29; JKennedy, Colorado, 4-0, 1.000, 2.23; SKim, Montreal, 2-0, 1.000, 1.24; Meadows, Pittsburgh, 2-0, 1.000, .92; Milton, Philadelphia, 2-0, 1.000, 3.86; Alfonseca, Atlanta, 2-0, 1.000, 4.30; PWilson, Cincinnati, 3-0, 1.000, 4.79; Isringhausen, St. Louis, 2-0, 1.000, 4.20; Burba, Milwaukee, 2-0, 1.000, 2.00; Clemens, Houston, 6-0, 1.000, 2.11.

STRIKEOUTS—RJohnson, Arizona, 61; Wood, Chicago, 50; Beckett, Florida, 45; BSheets, Milwaukee, 44; Clement, Chicago, 41; Clemens, Houston, 41; Peavy, San Diego, 39.

SAVES—Graves, Cincinnati, 12; Benitez, Florida, 12; Herges, San Francisco, 10; Gagne, Los Angeles, 9; Mesa, Pittsburgh, 9; BWagner, Philadelphia, 8; Hoffman, San Diego, 8.

This Date In Baseball

May 8

1906 — Philadelphia manager Connie Mack needed a substitute outfielder in the sixth inning of a game against Boston and called on pitcher Chief Bender to fill in. Bender hit two home runs, both inside the park.

1907 — Boston’s Big Jeff Pfeffer threw a no-hitter to give the Braves a 6-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in Boston.

1966 — Frank Robinson became the only player to hit a home run out of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium. The shot over the left-field wall came off Cleveland’s Luis Tiant in the Orioles’ 8-3 victory.

1966 — The St. Louis Cardinals closed old Busch Stadium with a 10-5 loss to the San Francisco Giants.

1968 — Jim Hunter of the Oakland A’s pitched a perfect game to beat the Minnesota Twins 4-0.

1984 — Minnesota’s Kirby Puckett had four singles in his first major league game as the Twins beat the California Angels 5-0.

1994 — The Colorado Silver Bullets, the first women’s team to play a pro men’s team, lost 19-0 to the Northern League All-Stars. Leon Durham hit two homers and Oil Can Boyd started for the All-Stars. The Silver Bullets had two hits, struck out 16 times and made six errors.

1998 — Mark McGwire became the fastest player to hit 400 home runs when he connected in the third inning of the St. Louis Cardinals’ game against the New York Mets. McGwire, the 26th player to reach the milestone, hit his 400 homers in 4,726 at-bats. The previous best was 4,854 by Babe Ruth.

2001 — Randy Johnson became only the third pitcher to strike out 20 in nine innings, but didn’t finish the game as the Arizona Diamondbacks went on beat Cincinnati 4-3 in 11 innings. Johnson, the first left-hander to strike out 20, missed out on the chance to join Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood as the record-holders for a nine-inning game because Arizona could not finish off the Reds in regulation.

2003 — Aaron Boone hit three solo homers, leading the Cincinnati Reds past the St. Louis Cardinals 8-6.

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