SATURDAY, APRIL 09, 2011
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SCORES, FRIDAY, APRIL 08, 2011 FRIDAY QUICK HITS
Boston gets their first win of the year! They defeated the New York Yankees
9-6 in their home opener getting twelve hits in front of 37,178 fans (many
Yankee fans in that number!) John Lackey (1-1) pitched five innings giving up
six runs on seven hits but got the win with the Boston bats behind him. Alex
Rodriguez hit his 616th career home run for the Yankees. Sox are 1-6 and the
Yankees are now 4-3.
San Francisco scored the winning run in the home 12th to down St.Louis 5-4.
This was the Giants home opener and the fans enjoyed all four hours and 24
minutes of baseball.The Giants got to raise their World Series flag with the win.
It took eight pitchers but Dan Runzler gets the win pitching a perfect 12th.
The Phillies played the Atlanta Braves and lost 6-3. Cliff Lee started for
the Phils but lasted only 3 1-3 innings giving up ten hits and all six runs.
Lee is now 1-1 on the season. Tim Hudson pitched a good game for Atlanta
and allowed three runs on eight hits for the win, he is now 2-0. Chipper Jones
had two hits for Atlanta giving him 2,500 for his career. Jones is the ninth
switch-hitter to reach this milestone. He also had three RBIs to total 1,497.
If chipper drives in three more he will tie Eddie Murray as the ony switch-
hitters with at least 2,500 hits and 1,500 RBIs.
In their 50th home opener the Mets lost to the Nationals 6-2. It was cold,
42 degrees, and not much fun for the Mets fans. R.A.Dickey takes the loss for
New York and is now 1-1. Dickey only gave up three runs on six hits but got
little run support from his team. Jordan Zimmermann is now 1-1 for Washington
as he went 5.1 innings giving up two runs on six hits walked none and had
four strikeouts. Zimmermann also aided his cause with a bases loaded hit
to drive in two runs.
Final team standing was Pittsburgh and after fourteen innings, fifteen pitchers and five hours, the Pirates win 5-4.The game started with 29,000 fans and at the final bell only the die-hards remained. Garrett Olson (1-1) pitched two innings and got the win. SCORES, FRIDAY, APRIL 08, 2011
N.Y.Yankees 6 Boston 9
Kansas City 2 Detroit 5 Washington 6
N.Y. Mets 2
Oakland 1 Minnesota 2
St. Louis 4 San Francisco 5 Florida 4
Colorado 3 Pittsburgh 4
Texas_ Baltimore_ POSTPONED
Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 6 Chi.Cubs 7
Milwaukee 4 Tampa Bay 9
Chi.White Sox 7
Cincinnati 2 Arizona 13
L.A. Dodgers_ San Diego_POSTPONED Toronto 3
L.A. Angels 2 Cleveland 12
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STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
April 09, 2011
Time_ Away_ Home__TV__Away Starter_ Home Starter
1:10 pm_ N.Y. Yankees_ Boston_ FOX Regional_Ivan Nova_ Clay Buchholz
1:10 pm_ Philadelphia_ Atlanta_ FOX Regional_Roy Oswalt_ Brandon Beachy
4:10 pm_ Kansas City_ Detroit_FSNKansas City_ FSNDetroit_ Bruce Chen_ Phil Coke
4:10 pm_ Tampa Bay_ Chi.White Sox_ FSNFlorida_Tampa Bay_WGN_ Wade Davis_ Philip Humber
4:35 pm_ Texas_ Baltimore_ FSNSouthwest_ MASN2_ Colby Lewis_ Zach Britton
7:05 pm_ Florida_ Houston_ FSNFlorida-Miami_ FSNHouston- Javier Vazquez_ Bud Norris
7:05 pm_ Colorado_ Pittsburgh_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ Greg Reynolds_Charlie Morton
7:10 pm_ Chi. Cubs_ Milwaukee_ MLB Network_ CSNChicago_ FSNWisconsin_ Matt Garza_ Chris Narveson
7:10 pm_ Oakland_ Minnesota_ CSNCalifornia_ FSNNorth_ Gio Gonzalez_ Nick Blackburn
7:10 pm_ Washington_ N.Y. Mets_ MASN_ SNY_ Tom Gorzelanny_ Chris Capuano
8:05 pm_ Texas_ Baltimore _ Matt Harrison_ Jake Arrieta
8:10 pm_ Cincinnati_ Arizona_ FSNOhio_ FSNArizona_ Bronson Arroyo_ Daniel Hudson
8:35 pm_ L.A. Dodgers_ San Diego_ KCAL_ Ch. 4 Padres_ Hiroki Kuroda_ Dustin Moseley
9:05 pm_ Toronto_ L.A. Angels_ SNET_ Brett Cecil_ Scott Kazmir
9:10 pm_ Cleveland_ Seattle_STO Network_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Justin Masterson_ Doug Fister
10:05 pm_ St. Louis_ San Francisco _CSNBayArea_ Jaime Garcia_ Matt Cain