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RE: 2007-2013 MLB Double Elimination Tournament (Computer)
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I'm trying to post some box scores but when I copy/paste, my box score is all jumbled up. It used to be nice and formatted in the past. Working on that before I post

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Try clicking on the box score, then do control A and then control C to copy it.  Then to post on SOMers use control V for paste.  Let me know how it works for you.  Sometimes there is some hidden HTML code that is missed if you try to manually select as opposed to control A.



-- Edited by Tall Tactician on Thursday 17th of December 2015 07:08:35 PM

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Pod 3--#28 2008 Houston Astros v. #21 2012 Baltimore Orioles (PNC Park)
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PITTSBURGH - Houston struck first in the elimination game plating two runs in the top of the first inning with the second one unearned after a throwing error by left fielder Wilson Betemit.  The run would end up being a costly one.  Both runs scored after a two-out double by Carlos Lee off Baltimore starter Miguel Gonzalez, which plated both Kazuo Matsui and Lance Berkman.  The Orioles cut the lead in half in the bottom of the inning when Astros starter Wandy Rodriguez plunked Chris Davis with the bases loaded and two outs.  The Astros extended their lead to 3-1 in the sixth inning on a another two-out double, this time by Ty Wiggington to score Berman, who had also doubled earlier in the inning.  The score stayed that way unitl the ninth inning.  Baltimore had actually threatened an inning earlier loading the bases with two outs but Houston closer Jose Valverde came on to record the final out of the inning by coaxing Nick Markakis to ground out and end the threat.  In the bottom of the ninth, J.J. Hardy led off with a solo blast off Valverde to make a 3-2 game and then Adam Jones promptly followed Hardy's home run with a line drive double to left center putting the tying run in scoring position with no outs.  After a visit to the mound, Valverde calmed himself and proceeded to strike out the side to end the threat, the game, and Baltimore's tournament.  With the win, Houston moves on in the loser's bracket and will face the winner of the 2009 Florida Marlins v. 2007 Cleveland Indians game being played tomorrow night.  That game will be played Thursday night at Yankee Stadium in New York.

BOXSCORE: 2008 Houston Astros At 2012 Baltimore Orioles              7/5/2015
Pod 3 - PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA - 11a EST (2012 Baltimore Orioles Eliminated)

  Astros             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Orioles            AB  R  H RBI AVG
  M.Bourn CF          4  0  0  0 .000     N.Markakis RF       5  1  3  0 .375  
  K.Matsui 2B         4  1  1  0 .125     J.Hardy SS          4  1  1  1 .250  
  M.Tejada SS         4  0  0  0 .125     A.Jones CF          5  0  3  0 .300  
  L.Berkman 1B        1  2  1  0 .400     M.Wieters C         5  0  1  0 .222  
  C.Lee DH            3  0  1  2 .333     M.Reynolds 1B       3  0  0  0 .000  
  T.Wigginton 3B      3  0  1  1 .286     C.Davis DH          3  0  0  1 .125  
  H.Pence RF          4  0  0  0 .143     M.Machado 3B        4  0  0  0 .000  
  B.Ausmus C          4  0  0  0 .143     W.Betemit LF        4  0  1  0 .222  
  D.Erstad LF         4  0  0  0 .250     R.Andino 2B         3  0  0  0 .000  
                                        A-N.McLouth PH        0  0  0  0 .200  
                                        B-R.Flaherty 2B       0  0  0  0 ----  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      31  3  4  3                 Totals      36  2  9  2

A-Pinch Hit For Andino In 8th Inning
B-Subbed Defensively (2B) For McLouth In 9th Inning

Astros.......... 2 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 0  -  3  4  0
Orioles......... 1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  2  9  1

Astros (1-1)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
W.Rodriguez WIN(1-0)      6 1/3   6   1   1   2   4   0 102   1.42
L.Hawkins HOLD(1st)       1 1/3   0   0   0   1   1   0  20   0.00
G.Geary                   0       1   0   0   1   0   0   9   0.00
J.Valverde SAVE(1st)      1 1/3   2   1   1   0   3   1  22   6.75
Totals                    9       9   2   2   4   8   1

Orioles (0-2)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
M.Gonzalez LOSS(0-1)      8       4   3   2   5   6   0 128   2.25
J.Johnson                 1       0   0   0   0   2   0  11   0.00
Totals                    9       4   3   2   5   8   0

ATTENDANCE- 22,366 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good
T- 2:36
LEFT ON BASE- Astros: 6  Orioles:13
DOUBLE PLAYS- Astros: 0  Orioles: 0
ERRORS- W.Betemit
DOUBLES- L.Berkman(1st), C.Lee(1st), T.Wigginton(1st), N.Markakis(1st),
         A.Jones(1st)
HOME RUNS- J.Hardy(1st)
RBIs- C.Lee-2(3rd), T.Wigginton(1st), J.Hardy(1st), C.Davis(1st)
WALKS- L.Berkman-3, C.Lee, T.Wigginton, J.Hardy, M.Reynolds-2, N.McLouth
HIT BY PITCH- C.Davis-2
STRIKE OUTS- M.Bourn, K.Matsui-2, H.Pence-2, B.Ausmus, D.Erstad-2, J.Hardy,
             M.Wieters-2, M.Reynolds-2, C.Davis-2, W.Betemit
2-out RBI- C.Lee-2, C.Davis, T.Wigginton
RLISP 2-out- H.Pence-2, M.Machado-2, J.Hardy, M.Reynolds, M.Wieters,
             T.Wigginton, N.Markakis-2, C.Davis

The Houston Astros nipped the Baltimore Orioles 3 to 2 at PNC Park in a hard
fought contest.

Houston drew first blood jumping out to an early lead in the first inning
scoring 2 runners on 2 hits.  Baltimore tried unsuccessfully to come back in
the 9th.  

Wandy Rodriguez(1-0) allowed 1 run in 6 and 1/3 innings, and picked up the
victory. Jose Valverde gained credit for his 1st save.  Miguel Gonzalez(0-1)
took the loss.


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Pod 2--#20 2010 Minnesota Twins v. #4 2012 Washington Nationals (Miller Park)
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MILWAUKEE -- The Washington Nationals came into this tournament with high hopes with a #4 seed out of 30 teams but leave here as the highest ranked team to be eliminated thus far.  They didn't go down without a fight, but in the end, it wasn't enough as the Minnesota Twins held on to defeat them by a score of 6-5 in 10 innings.  The Twins got to Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg early as the second inning was not kind to the young hurler.  Jim Thome got the scoring started with a one-out, solo homer to deep right field and after that Minnesota pounced.  Michael Cuddyer tripled in Delmon Young and J.J. Hardy to put the Twins up by three and then a clearly rattled Strasburg unleashed a wild pitch to score Cuddyer and run the score to 4-0.  Kurt Suzuki singled in the bottom half of the inning to get the Nats on the board and cut the lead to 4-1.  The Twins pushed the lead back to four on another Cuddyer single but Washington fought back and chipped away against Minnesota starter Francisco Liriano to cut the lead to a single run in the sixth.  Tyler Moore delivered a big blow the very next inning to bring the Nationals back into a tie at five runs apiece.  The score stayed that way until the top of the tenth when the Twins got their second run of the game on a wild pitch.  This time it was reliever Ryan Mattheus uncorking the wild one to bring home Joe Mauer.  It was especially disheartening considering it came with two outs and Mattheus would strike out Delmon Young on the next pitch.  With the win Minnesota advances to play Thursday afternoon at Yankee Stadium against the loser of the 2008 Toronto Blue Jays and the 2013 Atlanta Braves taking place tonight.

BOXSCORE: 2010 Minnesota Twins At 2012 Washington Nationals          7/5/2015
Pod 2 - Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI - Noon CST (Washington Nationals Eliminated)

  Twins              AB  R  H RBI AVG     Nationals          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  D.Span CF           4  0  1  0 .375     J.Werth RF          4  0  1  0 .125  
  O.Hudson 2B         5  0  1  0 .222     B.Harper CF         5  0  1  0 .111  
  J.Mauer C           5  1  4  0 .444     R.Zimmerman 3B      5  1  2  0 .444  
  J.Morneau 1B        4  0  0  0 .000     M.Morse LF          4  1  0  0 .125  
  J.Kubel RF          5  0  0  0 .222     A.Laroche 1B        5  1  2  1 .250  
  J.Thome DH          5  1  3  1 .444     I.Desmond SS        4  1  1  1 .125  
  D.Young LF          3  2  1  0 .167     D.Espinosa 2B       4  0  1  0 .250  
  J.Hardy SS          4  1  1  0 .286     K.Suzuki C          4  0  4  2 .571  
  M.Cuddyer 3B        4  1  2  3 .500     T.Moore DH          4  1  1  1 .250  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      39  6 13  4                 Totals      39  5 13  5


Twins........... 0 4 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  1 -  6 13  0
Nationals....... 0 1 0  0 0 3  1 0 0  0 -  5 13  0

Twins (1-1)              IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
F.Liriano                 5       7   4   4   1   7   0  80   7.20
J.Rauch BS(1st)           2       2   1   1   0   2   1  19   4.50
M.Capps                   1       3   0   0   0   1   0  21   0.00
M.Guerrier                0 1/3   0   0   0   1   0   0   5   0.00
B.Duensing WIN(1-0)       0 2/3   0   0   0   0   0   0   6   0.00
B.Fuentes SAVE(1st)       1       1   0   0   0   0   0   5   0.00
Totals                   10      13   5   5   2  10   1

Nationals (0-2)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
S.Strasburg               6      10   5   5   3   7   1  92   7.50
S.Burnett                 1 1/3   1   0   0   0   0   0  14   0.00
D.Storen                  1 2/3   0   0   0   1   2   0  21   0.00
R.Detwiler LOSS(0-1)      0 2/3   2   1   1   0   0   0  14  13.50
R.Mattheus                0 1/3   0   0   0   0   1   0   4   0.00
Totals                   10      13   6   6   4  10   1

ATTENDANCE- 19,133 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average
T- 3:38
LEFT ON BASE- Twins: 7  Nationals: 6
DOUBLE PLAYS- Twins: 2  Nationals: 2
DOUBLES- D.Span(1st), O.Hudson(1st), J.Mauer(1st), K.Suzuki(1st)
TRIPLES- M.Cuddyer-2(2nd), B.Harper(1st), R.Zimmerman(1st)
HOME RUNS- J.Thome(1st), T.Moore(1st)
RBIs- J.Thome(1st), M.Cuddyer-3(3rd), A.Laroche(1st), I.Desmond(1st),
      K.Suzuki-2(2nd), T.Moore(1st)
CAUGHT STEALING- D.Young
WALKS- D.Span, J.Morneau, D.Young-2, J.Werth, M.Morse
STRIKE OUTS- D.Span, J.Kubel-2, J.Thome, D.Young-2, J.Hardy-2, M.Cuddyer-2,
             J.Werth, B.Harper-2, R.Zimmerman-2, M.Morse-2, A.Laroche-2,
             T.Moore
GIDP- O.Hudson, J.Morneau, B.Harper, M.Morse
WILD PITCHES- S.Strasburg-2, R.Mattheus
2-out RBI- K.Suzuki-2, M.Cuddyer
RLISP 2-out- J.Morneau, M.Morse, D.Span, D.Young-3, J.Kubel, D.Espinosa

Third baseman Michael Cuddyer smacked 2 triples and had 3 RBI as the Minnesota
Twins bested the Washington Nationals in 10 innings 6 to 5 at Miller
Park.

Both teams had scored 5 runs after nine full innings.  Finally, Minnesota
pulled the game out in the 10th inning.  Joe Mauer slapped a one-base hit.
Two outs later Jim Thome stepped in and he slapped a single.  Ryan Mattheus
then threw a wild pitch.  Delmon Young was the next batter, but he struck
out.  Both teams totaled 13 hits on the afternoon.  

Brian Duensing(1-0) got the win allowing no runs in 2/3 of an inning. Brian
Fuentes earned the save, his 1st.  The losing pitcher was Ross Detwiler(0-1)
in relief.  He allowed 1 run and 2 hits in 2/3 of an inning.  


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Pod 5--#19 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates v. #3 2008 Los Angeles Angels (Safeco Field)
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SEATTLE--The tournament just saw the #4 seed Washington Nationals go down less than two hours ago and now we've also seen the #3 seed Los Angeles Angels get eliminated as well.  The Angels loss was at the hand of #19 seed Pittsburgh Pirates by the score of 6-4 here at Safeco Field in Seattle.  The two games couldn't have been any more different however.  We noted how Washington scratched and clawed their way back into the game before falling in extra innings, while here in Seattle, Los Angeles lost a heartbreaker by blowing a two-run lead and allowing four runs in the ninth inning.  The teams split runs through the first three innings and the score stayed knotted at a run apiece through five innings.  In the sixth Marlon Byrd delivered a clutch two-out single to score Andrew McCutchen to give the Bucs a 2-1 lead off starter Joe Saunders.  Pittsburgh starter Francisco Liriano was cruising along but L.A. came through with a clutch hitter of their own with Howie Hendrick perfectly placing a double down the left field line to bring home Mark Teixera and Torii Hunter.  Jeff Mathis followed with a single to bring home Hendrick and push the lead to two through six.  The score stayed that way until the ninth with Pittsburgh looking at closer Francisco Rodriguez and his 62 saves staring them down.  The Bucs didn't flinch putting the first three runners on base, two on walks and plating a run to cut the lead in half on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Russell Martin to score Gaby Sanchez.  Neil Walker singled to tie the game and then Pittsburgh took the lead as Jose Tabata followed with another sac fly.  Starling Marte followed with a double to score Walker and give Pittsburgh a 6-4 lead.  The Angels threatened in the bottom of the inning with the first two batters walking but Jason Grilli managed to retire the next three batters to pick up the save.  Pittsburgh advances to play Thursday night at Dodger Stadium against the loser of the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers and 2013 Boston Red Sox which is underway right now.

 

BOXSCORE: 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates At 2008 Los Angeles(AL) Angels     7/5/2015
Pod 5 - Safeco Field - Seattle, WA - Noon PST (2008 Los Angeles Angels Eliminated

  Pirates            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Angels             AB  R  H RBI AVG
  S.Marte LF          5  0  1  1 .300     C.Figgins 3B        4  0  1  0 .125  
  J.Mercer SS         4  0  0  0 .111     E.Aybar SS          5  0  1  0 .200  
  A.McCutchen CF      3  2  1  0 .571     C.Kotchman 1B       5  0  2  0 .250  
  G.Sanchez 1B        3  1  2  1 .250     V.Guerrero RF       5  0  2  1 .333  
  M.Byrd DH           4  1  2  1 .250     M.Teixeira DH       3  1  1  0 .286  
  P.Alvarez 3B        3  1  0  0 .143     T.Hunter CF         3  1  0  0 .167  
  R.Martin C          2  0  1  1 .200     G.Anderson LF       4  0  0  0 .000  
  N.Walker 2B         4  1  1  1 .250     H.Kendrick 2B       4  1  1  2 .143  
  J.Tabata RF         3  0  0  1 .000     J.Mathis C          3  1  2  1 .667  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      31  6  8  6                 Totals      36  4 10  4


Pirates......... 1 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 4  -  6  8  0
Angels.......... 0 0 1  0 0 3  0 0 0  -  4 10  1

Pirates (1-1)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
F.Liriano                 6       9   4   4   2   5   0 101   6.00
J.Wilson WIN(1-0)         2       1   0   0   0   2   0  29   0.00
J.Grilli SAVE(1st)        1       0   0   0   2   0   0  20   6.75
Totals                    9      10   4   4   4   7   0

Angels (0-2)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.Saunders                6       5   2   2   2   7   0  96   3.00
J.Arredondo HOLD(1st)     2       0   0   0   1   1   0  30   0.00
F.Rodriguez L(0-1)B(1st)  1       3   4   4   2   0   0  29  36.00
Totals                    9       8   6   6   5   8   0

ATTENDANCE- 26,317 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average
T- 2:59
LEFT ON BASE- Pirates: 5  Angels: 9
DOUBLE PLAYS- Pirates: 0  Angels: 1
ERRORS- E.Aybar
DOUBLES- S.Marte(1st), C.Figgins(1st), C.Kotchman(1st), H.Kendrick(1st)
TRIPLES- G.Sanchez(1st)
RBIs- S.Marte(1st), G.Sanchez(1st), M.Byrd(1st), R.Martin(1st), N.Walker(1st),
      J.Tabata(1st), V.Guerrero(1st), H.Kendrick-2(2nd), J.Mathis(1st)
STOLEN BASES- A.McCutchen(1st)
CAUGHT STEALING- S.Marte
SACRIFICE FLIES- R.Martin, J.Tabata
WALKS- J.Mercer, A.McCutchen, G.Sanchez, P.Alvarez, R.Martin, C.Figgins,
       M.Teixeira, T.Hunter, J.Mathis
STRIKE OUTS- S.Marte, J.Mercer-2, P.Alvarez-3, R.Martin, J.Tabata, E.Aybar,
             M.Teixeira-2, T.Hunter-2, G.Anderson-2
GIDP- N.Walker
2-out RBI- G.Sanchez, V.Guerrero, M.Byrd, H.Kendrick-2, J.Mathis, S.Marte
RLISP 2-out- M.Byrd, M.Teixeira, C.Kotchman, P.Alvarez, J.Mercer, V.Guerrero

First baseman Gaby Sanchez had 2 base hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied
impressively to win in dramatic style over Los Angeles(AL) Angels, 6 to
4.

Pittsburgh scored the winning runs in the 9th inning as they scored 4 runs on
3 base hits.  Pittsburgh had 8 hits for the afternoon.  

Justin Wilson(1-0) went 2 innings allowing no runs for the victory. Wilson got
help from Jason Grilli who earned his 1st save.  Francisco Rodriguez(0-1)
ended up with the loss in relief.  

Mike Scioscia was understandably not very talkative after his team's tough
loss.  He quickly showered and changed and when asked about the game had a
terse, yet polite response, 'Hey fellows, that game was a heart-breaker to
lose.  Our guys gave it their all and played well - fate just wasn't smilin'
on us this afternoon'


-- Edited by tj23 on Tuesday 26th of January 2016 09:54:27 PM

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Pod 3--#12 2011 Milwaukee Brewers v. #5 2013 Boston Red Sox (PNC Park)
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PITTSBURGH--Neither starter was sharp but John Lackey was just a little better than Zack Greinke to pick up the win and help the Red Sox defeat the Brewers 8-5 at PNC Park.  Each team plated two runs in the second with Milwaukee striking first on a two-run bases loaded single by Jerry Hairston to score Casey McGehee and Yuniesky Betancourt.  Boston answered back in the bottom of the inning with a two-out, two-run double from Jacob Ellsbury to bring home Mike Napoli and Daniel Nava. The Brew Crew came back in the fifth on a Corey Hart long ball and a Prince Fielder single to bring home Ryan Braun who had singled and stole second.  The Bo Sox came back with a vengeance in the bottom of the inning with back to back leadoff triples from Ellsbury and Shane Victorino.  Dustin Pedroia followed with single to score Victorino and then Big Papi, David Ortiz crushed a two-run bomb to deep right to put the Red Sox up for good at 6-4.  Milwaukee would close the gap to one on another Fielder RBI single but Boston pushed the lead to three and ultimately out of reach with a two run double from Victorino.  Koji Uehara picked up the save going an inning plus for the Red Sox.  With the win Boston advances to face the winner of the 2013 Kansas City Royals and 2013 Oakland Athletics which is underway right now.  Boston will play the winner Saturday at Yankee Stadium.  Miwaukee now drops to the loser's bracket and will face the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday at Dodger Stadium.
BOXSCORE: 2011 Milwaukee Brewers At 2013 Boston Red Sox              7/5/2015
Pod 3 - PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA - 5p EST

  Brewers            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Red Sox            AB  R  H RBI AVG
  C.Hart RF           5  1  1  1 .333     J.Ellsbury CF       5  1  3  2 .700  
  N.Morgan CF         4  1  1  0 .250     S.Victorino RF      5  1  2  3 .500  
  R.Braun LF          4  1  1  0 .143     D.Pedroia 2B        5  1  2  1 .375  
  P.Fielder 1B        5  0  2  2 .222     D.Ortiz DH          4  1  1  2 .333  
  R.Weeks 2B          4  0  1  0 .125     M.Napoli 1B         3  1  0  0 .000  
  C.McGehee 3B        3  1  1  0 .143     D.Nava LF           4  1  2  0 .500  
  Y.Betancourt SS     4  1  2  0 .375     J.Saltalamacchia C  4  0  1  0 .250  
  J.Lucroy C          4  0  1  0 .143     S.Drew SS           3  1  1  0 .333  
  J.Hairston DH       4  0  2  2 .375     W.Middlebrooks 3B   4  1  1  0 .143  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      37  5 12  5                 Totals      37  8 13  8


Brewers......... 0 2 0  0 2 0  1 0 0  -  5 12  0
Red Sox......... 0 2 0  0 4 0  0 2    -  8 13  0

Brewers (1-1)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
Z.Greinke LOSS(0-1)       6      10   6   6   2   5   1 109   9.00
R.Wolf                    1       0   0   0   0   2   0   9   0.00
F.Rodriguez               1       3   2   2   0   1   0  24  18.00
Totals                    8      13   8   8   2   8   1

Red Sox (2-0)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.Lackey WIN(1-0)         5       9   4   4   1   4   1  92   7.20
J.Peavy HOLD(1st)         1 1/3   0   1   1   2   1   0  23   6.75
C.Breslow HOLD(1st)       1 1/3   3   0   0   0   1   0  24   0.00
K.Uehara SAVE(1st)        1 1/3   0   0   0   0   2   0   9   0.00
Totals                    9      12   5   5   3   8   1

ATTENDANCE- 30,412 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Night WEATHER- Bad
T- 2:38
LEFT ON BASE- Brewers: 8  Red Sox: 7
DOUBLE PLAYS- Brewers: 0  Red Sox: 2
DOUBLES- N.Morgan(1st), J.Ellsbury(1st), S.Victorino(1st), D.Nava-2(3rd)
TRIPLES- J.Ellsbury(1st), S.Victorino(1st)
HOME RUNS- C.Hart(1st), D.Ortiz(1st)
RBIs- C.Hart(1st), P.Fielder-2(2nd), J.Hairston-2(3rd), J.Ellsbury-2(2nd),
      S.Victorino-3(4th), D.Pedroia(3rd), D.Ortiz-2(2nd)
STOLEN BASES- R.Braun(1st), J.Ellsbury(1st)
WALKS- N.Morgan, R.Braun, C.McGehee, M.Napoli, S.Drew
STRIKE OUTS- C.Hart-2, N.Morgan, R.Braun-2, P.Fielder, R.Weeks, J.Lucroy,
             S.Victorino, D.Pedroia, D.Ortiz, M.Napoli, D.Nava-2,
             J.Saltalamacchia-2
GIDP- C.Hart, R.Weeks
WILD PITCHES- Z.Greinke
2-out RBI- J.Ellsbury-2, P.Fielder, S.Victorino-2
RLISP 2-out- P.Fielder, S.Victorino-2, W.Middlebrooks, C.McGehee, D.Pedroia-2,
             C.Hart
WEB GEMS- Bot 5th: Prince Fielder robbed Stephen Drew of a base hit.

Koji Uehara performed beautifully in relief at PNC Park where the Boston Red
Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 8 to 5.

Boston scored 4 runs in the 5th inning when they had 5 base hits.  The
critical plate appearance was by David Ortiz who excited the crowd when he
blasted a two-run home run.  Boston rapped out 13 hits for the night.  

John Lackey(1-0) was the winner allowing 4 runs in 5 innings. Uehara earned
the save, his 1st.  Zack Greinke(0-1) suffered the loss.  He allowed a few
too many baserunners giving up 10 hits and 2 walks in 6 innings.


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Pod 2--#29 2013 Kansas City Royals v. #13 2013 Oakland Athletics (Miller Park)
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MILWAUKEE--A.J. Griffin outdueled Ervin Santana on Sunday night at Miller Park as the Oakland Athletics won 2-1 and have now won their first two games of the tournament to stay in the winner's bracket.  Oakland scored both of their runs in the first inning as Jed Lowrie singled home John Jaso who had doubled right before him.  Brandon Moss then came through with a two-out double to score Lowrie and give the A's the early 2-0 lead.  The Royals got on the board in the fourth when Mike Moustakas laced a two-out double to right center to score Billy Butler who had doubled to lead off the inning.  Neither team really threatened much the rest of the way and Oakland relievers Sean Doolittle and Grant Balfour nailed the door shut retiring all six batters they faced in the eighth and ninth inning.  Oakland moves on to face the 2013 Boston Red Sox on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium.  With the loss the Royals fall to the loser's bracket to face the 2011 Texas Rangers on Wednesday night at AT&T Park in San Francisco.  The Rangers defeated the Mariners 6-5 on Saturday to stay alive and advance.

BOXSCORE: 2013 Kansas City Royals At 2013 Oakland Athletics          7/5/2015
Pod 2 - Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI - 6p CST

  Royals             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Athletics          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  A.Gordon LF         4  0  0  0 .000     C.Crisp CF          4  0  0  0 .125  
  E.Hosmer 1B         4  0  2  0 .778     J.Jaso C            4  1  2  0 .571  
  B.Butler DH         4  1  2  0 .571     J.Lowrie SS         4  1  2  1 .375  
  S.Perez C           4  0  1  0 .375     Y.Cespedes LF       4  0  0  0 .000  
  L.Cain CF           4  0  0  0 .000     B.Moss 1B           3  0  1  1 .167  
  M.Moustakas 3B      4  0  2  1 .250     J.Donaldson 3B      4  0  1  0 .375  
  D.Lough RF          4  0  0  0 .000     J.Reddick RF        3  0  0  0 .000  
  C.Getz 2B           3  0  1  0 .333     S.Smith DH          3  0  0  0 .167  
  A.Escobar SS        3  0  0  0 .143     E.Sogard 2B         3  0  2  0 .500  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      34  1  8  1                 Totals      32  2  8  2


Royals.......... 0 0 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  8  1
Athletics....... 2 0 0  0 0 0  0 0    -  2  8  0

Royals (1-1)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
E.Santana LOSS(0-1)       7       8   2   2   0   4   0 102   2.57
L.Coleman                 1       0   0   0   0   1   0   7   0.00
Totals                    8       8   2   2   0   5   0

Athletics (2-0)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
A.Griffin WIN(1-0)        7       8   1   1   0   6   0  95   1.29
S.Doolittle HOLD(1st)     1       0   0   0   0   0   0  15   0.00
G.Balfour SAVE(2nd)       1       0   0   0   0   2   0  11   0.00
Totals                    9       8   1   1   0   8   0

ATTENDANCE- 30,657 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Night WEATHER- Average
T- 2:21
LEFT ON BASE- Royals: 6  Athletics: 7
DOUBLE PLAYS- Royals: 0  Athletics: 1
ERRORS- A.Escobar
DOUBLES- B.Butler(1st), S.Perez(1st), M.Moustakas(1st), J.Jaso(1st),
         J.Lowrie(1st), B.Moss(1st), E.Sogard(1st)
RBIs- M.Moustakas(1st), J.Lowrie(1st), B.Moss(1st)
STOLEN BASES- L.Cain(1st)
HIT BY PITCH- B.Moss
STRIKE OUTS- A.Gordon-2, E.Hosmer, L.Cain-2, M.Moustakas, D.Lough, C.Getz,
             J.Lowrie, Y.Cespedes, B.Moss, J.Donaldson, S.Smith
2-out RBI- B.Moss, M.Moustakas
RLISP 2-out- J.Donaldson-2, C.Crisp, D.Lough-2, B.Butler
WEB GEMS- Bot 5th: Alcides Escobar robbed Coco Crisp of a base hit.

In a game for the baseball purist, A.J. Griffin(1-0) and Ervin Santana(0-1)
squared off in a tense pitching duel, Oakland Athletics finally emerged
victorious over Kansas City Royals, 2 to 1.

Oakland claimed the early lead in the first inning scoring 2 runners on 3
hits.  That early run support was all that Griffin required.  After the 4th
inning, neither team was able to score.  

Grant Balfour recorded the save, his 2nd.


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SEATTLE--The tournament treated us to back-to-back pitcher's duels to close Sunday night.  This time it was Shawn Marcum locking horns with Julio Teheran for eight innings as neither pitcher gave an inch.  Both starters allowed just a single run and three hits over eight innings of work with Marcum striking out seven and Teheran whiffing eight.  Each team plated a run in the second inning with Vernon Wells getting the scoring started in style with a leadoff homer to deep left.  The Braves countered in the bottom half of the inning on a Freddy Freeman leadoff double and he was brought home two batters later on a Chris Johnson single to tie things up.  The teams combined for just three hits over the next six innings bringing us to the ninth.  Dave Carpenter came on in relief for the Braves and fanned the first two batters he faced.  However, Wells struck again lifting a two-out home run into the seats to give the Jays a 2-1 lead as the bench erupted in celebration.  B.J. Ryan came on in the ninth and retired the side with two strike outs to record the save and lock down the win for Toronto.  Toronto, the lowest seed in the tournament, has now won it's first two games to stay in the winner's bracket.  They move on to face the winner of the 2007 Cleveland Indians and 2009 Florida Marlins who play tomorrow night at Petco Park.  Atlanta falls to the loser's bracket and will face the 2010 Minnesota Twins who defeated the 2012 Washington Nationals earlier today, 6-5.  The Braves and Twins square off Thursday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

BOXSCORE: 2008 Toronto Blue Jays At 2013 Atlanta Braves              7/5/2015
Pod 5 - Safeco Field - Seattle, WA - 6p PST

  Blue Jays          AB  R  H RBI AVG     Braves             AB  R  H RBI AVG
  J.Inglett 2B        4  0  0  0 .000     A.Simmons SS        4  0  0  0 .111  
  M.Scutaro SS        4  0  0  0 .000     J.Heyward RF        3  0  0  0 .333  
  A.Rios RF           4  0  0  0 .375     J.Upton LF          3  0  0  0 .000  
  V.Wells CF          4  2  2  2 .429     F.Freeman 1B        3  1  1  0 .286  
  A.Lind LF           3  0  0  0 .000     B.McCann C          4  0  0  0 .000  
  L.Overbay 1B        3  0  0  0 .286     C.Johnson 3B        4  0  1  1 .375  
  R.Barajas C         4  0  0  0 .250     D.Uggla 2B          3  0  0  0 .167  
  S.Rolen 3B          2  0  1  0 .333     B.Upton CF          2  0  0  0 .000  
  M.Stairs DH         3  0  1  0 .143     R.Pena DH           3  0  1  0 .333  
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         Totals      31  2  4  2                 Totals      29  1  3  1


Blue Jays....... 0 1 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  2  4  1
Braves.......... 0 1 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  3  0

Blue Jays (2-0)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
S.Marcum WIN(1-0)         8       3   1   1   3   7   0 113   1.13
B.Ryan SAVE(1st)          1       0   0   0   0   2   0  15   0.00
Totals                    9       3   1   1   3   9   0

Braves (1-1)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.Teheran                 8       3   1   1   1   8   1 107   1.13
D.Carpenter LOSS(0-1)     1       1   1   1   2   3   1  28   3.38
Totals                    9       4   2   2   3  11   2

ATTENDANCE- 45,960 DATE- Sunday, July 5th 2015 TIME- Night WEATHER- Average
T- 2:41
LEFT ON BASE- Blue Jays: 5  Braves: 5
DOUBLE PLAYS- Blue Jays: 1  Braves: 0
ERRORS- S.Rolen
DOUBLES- S.Rolen(1st), F.Freeman(1st)
HOME RUNS- V.Wells-2(2nd)
RBIs- V.Wells-2(4th), C.Johnson(1st)
WALKS- A.Lind, L.Overbay, S.Rolen, J.Heyward, F.Freeman, B.Upton
HIT BY PITCH- J.Upton
STRIKE OUTS- M.Scutaro-3, A.Rios-2, V.Wells, L.Overbay-2, R.Barajas-2, S.Rolen,
             A.Simmons, J.Heyward, B.McCann-3, C.Johnson-2, D.Uggla, R.Pena
GIDP- J.Upton
2-out RBI- V.Wells
RLISP 2-out- M.Scutaro, D.Uggla, J.Inglett, R.Barajas

Vernon Wells knocked 2 homeruns as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Atlanta
Braves by the score of 2 to 1 at SAFECO Field.

Toronto scored the deciding run in the 9th inning.  After two were out Wells
smashed a bases-empty 'big-fly'.  Adam Lind followed next and he drew a walk.
Lyle Overbay then drew a walk.  Rod Barajas was the next batter, but he
struck out.  Toronto had only 4 hits for the night.  

Shaun Marcum(1-0) got credit for the victory, pitching 8 innings and allowing
1 run. Marcum got help from B.J. Ryan who was credited with his 1st save.
David Carpenter(0-1) was given the loss in relief.


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Day 5, Sunday, July 5, 2015

Pod 2--Miller Park--Milwaukee, WI


#20 2010 Minnesota Twins 6, #4 2012 Washington Nationals 5 (10)
W: Duensing  L: Detwiler  S: Fuentes
HR: Thome, Moore


#13 2013 Oakland Athletics 2, #29 2013 Kansas City Royals 1
W: Griffin  L: Santana  S: Balfour
HR: None


Pod 3--PNC Park--Pittsburgh, PA

#28 2008 Houston Astros 3 #21 2012 Baltimore Orioles 2
W: Rodriguez  L: Gonzalez  S: Valverde
HR: Hardy


2013 #5 Boston Red Sox 8, #12 2011 Milwaukee Brewers 5
W: Lackey  L: Greinke  S: Uehara
HR: Hart, Ortiz


Pod 5--Safeco Field--Seattle, WA

#19 Pittsburgh Pirates 6, #3 2008 Los Angeles Angels 4
W: Wilson  L: Rodriguez  S: Grilli
HR: None


#30 Toronto Blue Jays 2, #14 2013 Atlanta Braves 1
W: 
Marcum  L: Carpenter  S: Ryan
HR: Wells-2

Day 6, Monday, July 6, 2015

Pod 7--Camden Yards--Baltimore, MD

#15 2011 Detroit Tigers v. #2 2011 Philadelphia Phillies @Noon EST
Doug Fister (DET) v. Roy Halladay (PHI)

#16 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers v. #1 2009 New York Yankees @6p EST
Clayton Kershaw (LAD) v. C.C. Sabathia (NYY)

Pod 6--Petco Park--San Diego, CA

#22 2009 Colorado Rockies v. #6 2013 St. Louis Cardinals @Noon PST/3p EST
Jason Marquis (COL) v. Michael Wacha (STL)

#27 2009 Florida Marlins v. #11 2007 Cleveland Indians @6p PST/9p EST
Ricky Nolasco (FLA) v. Fausto Carmona (CLE)



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BALTIMORE--After seeing the both the number three and four seeds get eliminated from the tournament yesterday, the number two seed Philadelphia Phillies knew things weren't going to be easy, especially against the Detroit Tigers.  Luckily for the Phillies they had ace starter Roy Halladay going for them while Tigers ace Justin Verlander had pitched the game before.  These are the advantages of getting a first round bye.  The Tigers didn't make it easy, however.  For five inning Detroit starter Doug FIster matched Halladay pitch for pitch as the game was scoreless heading to the sixth.  Halladay retired the side in order in the top half of the sixth while Fister retired leadoff hitter Jimmy Rollins.  Philadelphia followed that out with four straight singles, two by Shane Victorino and Chase Utley to start the inning, and two more by Ryan Howard and Hunter Pence to drive in the game's first two runs.  That was all for Fister as Jim Leyland went to the bullpen.  The Phillies scored their third, and ultimately deciding run on a bases loaded walk from Al Alburquerque to Carlos Ruiz.  Detroit struck back in the top of the seventh as Miguel Cabrera singled to start the inning and went to third on a Victor Martinez double.  Both men scored one out later on a line single off the bad of Jhonny Peralta to cut the deficit to one at 3-2.  That was the closest Detroit would come as Philadephia's bullpen closed the game down over the final two innings to preserve the victory.  With the win, the Phillies move on to face the 2010 San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium.  Detroit will face the winner of the 2013 St. Louis Cardinals and 2009 Colorado Rockies which is just getting underway.  Philadelphia's game will be played Thursday afternoon at Dodger Stadium as well. 

BOXSCORE: 2011 Detroit Tigers At 2011 Philadelphia Phillies          7/6/2015
Pod 7 - Camden Yards - Baltimore, MD - Noon EST

  Tigers             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Phillies           AB  R  H RBI AVG
  A.Jackson CF        4  0  1  0 .500     J.Rollins SS        3  0  0  0 .000  
  B.Boesch RF         4  0  0  0 .222     S.Victorino CF      3  1  2  0 .667  
  D.Young LF          4  0  1  0 .333     C.Utley 2B          4  1  1  0 .250  
  M.Cabrera 1B        4  1  1  0 .444     R.Howard 1B         4  1  1  1 .250  
  V.Martinez DH       4  1  1  0 .500     H.Pence RF          4  0  1  1 .250  
  W.Betemit 3B        3  0  1  0 .375     R.Ibanez LF         4  0  1  0 .250  
  J.Peralta SS        3  0  1  2 .167     P.Polanco 3B        2  0  0  0 .000  
  A.Avila C           3  0  2  0 .375     C.Ruiz C            2  0  1  1 .500  
  R.Santiago 2B       3  0  0  0 .286     J.Mayberry DH       3  0  0  0 .000  
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         Totals      32  2  8  2                 Totals      29  3  7  3


Tigers.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  2 0 0  -  2  8  0
Phillies........ 0 0 0  0 0 3  0 0    -  3  7  0

Tigers (1-1)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
D.Fister LOSS(0-1)        5 1/3   6   3   3   2   4   0  99   5.06
D.Schlereth               0 1/3   0   0   0   1   0   0  12   0.00
A.Alburquerq              1 1/3   1   0   0   1   1   0  20   0.00
P.Coke                    1       0   0   0   0   1   0  11   0.00
Totals                    8       7   3   3   4   6   0

Phillies (1-0)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
R.Halladay WIN(1-0)       7       7   2   2   0   6   0 101   2.57
D.Herndon HOLD(1st)       1       0   0   0   0   2   0  10   0.00
R.Madson SAVE(1st)        1       1   0   0   0   0   0  12   0.00
Totals                    9       8   2   2   0   8   0

ATTENDANCE- 24,003 DATE- Monday, July 6th 2015 TIME- Day WEATHER- Bad
T- 2:36
LEFT ON BASE- Tigers: 3  Phillies: 6
DOUBLE PLAYS- Tigers: 1  Phillies: 3
DOUBLES- V.Martinez(3rd)
RBIs- J.Peralta-2(2nd), R.Howard(1st), H.Pence(1st), C.Ruiz(1st)
CAUGHT STEALING- S.Victorino
WALKS- J.Rollins, S.Victorino, P.Polanco, C.Ruiz
STRIKE OUTS- A.Jackson-3, B.Boesch-2, D.Young, W.Betemit, J.Peralta, J.Rollins,
             R.Howard-2, H.Pence, J.Mayberry-2
GIDP- B.Boesch, M.Cabrera, A.Avila, P.Polanco
2-out RBI- C.Ruiz
RLISP 2-out- C.Utley, J.Mayberry-2

24,003 fans watched an exciting game at Camden Yards.  The Philadelphia
Phillies topped the Detroit Tigers by the slimmest of margins, 3 to
2.

Detroit lost it in the 6th inning when Philadelphia did all their damage
plating 3 runs on 4 base hits.  After an out was recorded, Shane Victorino
was the sparkplug when he banged out a single.  Chase Utley followed and he
lined a base-hit.  Ryan Howard then hit a single.  Hunter Pence was up next
and he singled.  One out later, Placido Polanco came to bat and drew a walk
to load the bases.  Carlos Ruiz added to the rally and drew a walk.  John
Mayberry struck out, unable to help the rally.  The game was a scoreless duel
until the 6th inning.  

Roy Halladay(1-0) allowed 2 runs in 7 innings, and picked up the victory. Ryan
Madson earned the save, his 1st.  Doug Fister(0-1) ended up with the loss.


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Pod 6--#22 2009 Colorado Rockies v. #6 2013 St. Louis Cardinals (Petco Park)
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SAN DIEGO--This was the last elmination game of the first week and the desperation showed in a wild game at Petco Park on Monday afternoon.  The St. Louis Cardinals looked to cake walk into the next week as they jumped on top of the Colorado Rockies 7-0 through two innings and in the process chased starter Jason Marquis after one plus innings of work.  Matt Carpenter led off the game with a single and then Carlos Beltran and Matt Holiday followed with a pair of walks to load the basees.  Allen Craig strolled to the plate next and laced a triple to right center clearing the bases and giving the Cards an early 3-0 lead.  Yadier Molina came up next and brought Craig home with a sacrifice fly.  WIth one out, the Cardinals started things all over again sandwiching a Pete Kozma single around a pair of walks by Jon Jay and Matt Adams.  Carpenter came back to the box and lined a single scoring Kozma and Jay to give the Cardinals a 6-0 lead after just one inning.  The Cardinals added another the next inning on a Jay double to score Holliday.  The Rockies were not about to go quietly, however, and started chipping into the lead over the next three innings off starter Michael Wacha.  Carlos Gonzalez and Dexter Fowler led off the third with walks and then Seth Smith followed with a single to score Gonzalez and get the Rockies on the board.  Troy Tulowitzki would later ground out scoring Fowler and bringing the deficit to five.  The next inning Wacha retired the first batter but then gave up back-to-back doubles to Brad Hawpe and Clint Barmes followed by a Gozalez triple and a Fowler sacrifice fly to make a 7-5 game.  Wacha walked Chris Iannetta and gave up a single to Tulowitzki to start the fifth before being pulled.  Reliever Kevin Siegrist retired the first two batters he faced but made a mistake to Hawpe and he sent a 2-2 pitch high into the right field bleachers for a three-run home run giving Colorado an 8-7 lead.  The Cardinals came right back to tie it in the bottom of the fifth with a two-out triple from Beltran to score Adams off reliever Josh Fogg knotting things up at eight through five innings.  The score stayed that way until the seventh when Adams smacked a one-out double and then Carpenter greeted reliever Joe Beimel with a triple to give St. Louis back the lead.  Beltran would follow with an RBI single to give the Cards a two-run cushion.  Joe Kelly and Edward Mujica would lock things down over the last two inning to secure the win and a pot in the second week of the tournament.  St. Louis will play the 2011 Detroit Tigers on Thursday afternoon at Dodger Stadium.  The Rockies played well, losing two tough games, 4-3 to Cleveland and 10-8 here today but they will be going home having been eliminated with two losses.

BOXSCORE: 2009 Colorado Rockies At 2013 St. Louis Cardinals          7/6/2015
Pod 6 - Petco Park - San Diego, CA - Noon PST (2009 Colorado Rockies Eliminated)

  Rockies            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Cardinals          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  D.Fowler CF         3  1  0  1 .111     M.Carpenter 2B      5  2  3  3 .364  
  S.Smith LF          4  0  3  1 .375     C.Beltran RF        4  1  2  2 .200  
  C.Iannetta C        3  1  0  0 .143     M.Holliday LF       3  2  1  0 .250  
  T.Tulowitzki SS     5  1  1  1 .364     A.Craig 1B          5  1  1  3 .455  
  T.Helton 1B         3  0  0  0 .000     Y.Molina C          4  0  1  1 .200  
  I.Stewart 3B        4  0  0  0 .000     D.Freese 3B         4  0  0  0 .111  
  B.Hawpe RF          4  2  3  3 .667     J.Jay CF            3  1  1  1 .375  
  C.Barmes 2B         4  1  1  1 .100     P.Kozma SS          4  1  1  0 .222  
  C.Gonzalez DH       3  2  1  1 .333     M.Adams DH          3  2  3  0 .714  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      33  8  9  8                 Totals      35 10 13 10


Rockies......... 0 0 2  3 3 0  0 0 0  -  8  9  0
Cardinals....... 6 1 0  0 1 0  2 0    - 10 13  0

Rockies (0-2)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.Marquis                 1 2/3   5   7   7   4   0   0  55  37.80
J.De La Rosa              1 1/3   2   0   0   0   1   0  25   0.00
J.Fogg LOSS(0-1)          3 1/3   4   2   2   0   3   0  43   5.40
J.Beimel                  0       2   1   1   0   0   0   9   ----
M.Daley                   1 2/3   0   0   0   0   0   0  16   0.00
Totals                    8      13  10  10   4   4   0

Cardinals (1-1)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
M.Wacha                   4       6   7   7   5   3   0  84  15.75
K.Siegrist                1 2/3   2   1   1   0   2   1  27   2.45
J.Kelly WIN(1-0)          2 1/3   1   0   0   0   1   0  25   0.00
E.Mujica SAVE(1st)        1       0   0   0   1   0   0  12   3.86
Totals                    9       9   8   8   6   6   1

ATTENDANCE- 36,215 DATE- Monday, July 6th 2015 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good
T- 3:17
LEFT ON BASE- Rockies: 5  Cardinals: 8
DOUBLE PLAYS- Rockies: 1  Cardinals: 2
DOUBLES- B.Hawpe-2(3rd), C.Barmes(1st), J.Jay(1st), M.Adams(2nd)
TRIPLES- C.Gonzalez(1st), M.Carpenter(1st), C.Beltran(1st), A.Craig(1st)
HOME RUNS- B.Hawpe(1st)
RBIs- D.Fowler(1st), S.Smith(2nd), T.Tulowitzki(1st), B.Hawpe-3(3rd),
      C.Barmes(1st), C.Gonzalez(1st), M.Carpenter-3(5th), C.Beltran-2(2nd),
      A.Craig-3(4th), Y.Molina(1st), J.Jay(1st)
SACRIFICE FLIES- D.Fowler, Y.Molina
WALKS- D.Fowler, S.Smith, C.Iannetta-2, T.Helton, C.Gonzalez, C.Beltran,
       M.Holliday, J.Jay, M.Adams
HIT BY PITCH- M.Holliday, D.Freese
STRIKE OUTS- D.Fowler, T.Helton, I.Stewart, B.Hawpe, C.Barmes, C.Gonzalez,
             M.Holliday, A.Craig-2, D.Freese
GIDP- T.Tulowitzki-2, M.Holliday
2-out RBI- M.Carpenter-2, J.Jay, B.Hawpe-3, C.Beltran
RLISP 2-out- C.Beltran, P.Kozma-2, T.Helton, A.Craig, D.Fowler

Matt Carpenter had 3 base hits and 3 RBI at PETCO Park where the St. Louis
Cardinals beat the Colorado Rockies by the score of 10 to 8.

St. Louis jumped on top to stay in the 7th inning scoring 2 runs using 3 hits.
After an out was recorded, Matt Adams started the attack as he doubled.
Carpenter stepped into the batter's box and he tripled.  Carlos Beltran then
delivered a single.  Matt Holliday came up and he grounded into a double
play.  St. Louis had 13 hits overall, while Colorado had 9.  

Joe Kelly(1-0) was the winner allowing no runs in 2 and 1/3 innings. Edward
Mujica got the save, his 1st.  Josh Fogg(0-1) was charged with the loss in
relief.


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