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Old 04-27-05, 12:41 PM
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MLB -- Wednesday April 27


Tuesday, April 26, 2005
RESULTWINLOSSSAVEATT.
Baltimore 11, at Boston 8Julio (1-0)  Foulke (1-3)  Ryan (3)  35,670
Detroit, at Cleveland   N/A
at NY Yankees 12, LA Angels 4Pavano (2-2)  Colon (3-2)   36,328
at Washington 3, Philadelphia 1Patterson (2-1)  Lieber (4-1)  Cordero (4)  23,332
Houston at PittsburghPostponedN/A
at Toronto 7, Tampa Bay 5Lilly (1-2)  Brazelton (1-4)  Batista (5)  16,690
Atlanta 4, at NY Mets 3Smoltz (1-3)  Martinez (2-1)  Foster (1)  31,511
Seattle 7, at Texas 4Pineiro (2-1)  Drese (2-2)  Guardado (6)  23,064
Cincinnati 11, at Chicago Cubs 9Weathers (1-0)  Wuertz (1-1)  Graves (8)  38,113
Minnesota 2, at Kansas City 1Santana (4-0)  Burgos (0-1)  Nathan (6)  10,133
at St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 3Suppan (2-2)  Davis (2-3)  Flores (1)  28,787
Florida 9, at Colorado 3Beckett (4-1)  Wright (1-2)   18,855
at Oakland 9, Chicago Sox 7Duchscherer (1-0)  Marte (2-1)  Dotel (5)  20,412
Arizona 3, at Los Angeles 2Ortiz (2-1)  Erickson (1-2)  Lyon (10)  44,486
at San Francisco 6, San Diego 5Benitez (1-1)  Otsuka (0-2)   36,063
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
TEAMSTIME (ET)NAT TVXM RadioTICKETSPITCHERS
Houston at Pittsburgh12:35 PM XM 186TicketsPettitte vs Wells
Baltimore at Boston1:05 PMESPNXM 177TicketsCabrera vs Wakefield
Atlanta at NY Mets1:10 PM XM 183TicketsHampton vs Glavine
Milwaukee at St. Louis1:10 PM XM 187TicketsSantos vs Carpenter
Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs2:20 PM XM 185TicketsHarang vs Dempster
Chicago Sox at Oakland3:35 PM XM 182TicketsGarcia vs Saarloos
San Diego at San Francisco3:35 PM XM 189TicketsRedding vs Rueter
Philadelphia at Washington4:35 PM XM 184TicketsMyers vs Loaiza
Detroit at Cleveland7:05 PM XM 179TicketsBonderman vs Westbrook
LA Angels at NY Yankees7:05 PMESPNXM 176TicketsWashburn vs Mussina
Tampa Bay at Toronto7:07 PM XM 178TicketsKazmir vs Chacin
Seattle at Texas8:05 PM XM 181TicketsFranklin vs Rogers
Minnesota at Kansas City8:10 PM XM 180TicketsMays vs Anderson
Florida at Colorado8:35 PM XM 189TicketsLeiter vs Kennedy
Arizona at Los Angeles10:10 PMESPN2XM 188TicketsHalsey vs Weaver
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Going to my first Nats game today. Love that start time.
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2005 American League Standings
EASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Baltimore147.667-5-59-2125104Won 57-3
Boston1110.52436-45-611995Lost 25-5
Toronto1011.47643-67-5102108Won 13-7
NY Yankees911.4504.56-63-5117116Won 25-5
Tampa Bay812.4005.57-71-596126Lost 24-6
CENTRALWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Chicago Sox165.762-6-210-39973Lost 18-2
Minnesota118.57946-25-68778Won 15-5
Detroit810.4446.55-53-510287Won 25-5
Cleveland811.42172-46-77480Lost 14-6
Kansas City515.25010.52-103-570113Lost 61-9
WESTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
LA Angels119.550-8-53-49690Lost 15-5
Seattle1010.50014-76-39384Won 25-5
Texas1011.4761.54-66-5105119Lost 25-5
Oakland1011.4761.54-46-77991Won 15-5
2005 National League Standings
EASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Florida128.600-8-64-29553Won 17-3
Atlanta129.571.56-36-68266Won 16-4
NY Mets1110.5241.58-33-710291Lost 15-5
Washington1110.5241.55-46-691101Won 14-6
Philadelphia912.4293.55-54-785114Lost 14-6
CENTRALWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
St. Louis135.722-7-46-18867Won 59-1
Chicago Cubs1010.50045-55-510391Lost 16-4
Cincinnati1010.50047-33-786101Won 15-5
Houston811.4215.57-21-97570Lost 43-7
Milwaukee712.3686.52-65-68582Lost 12-8
Pittsburgh712.3686.52-65-65597Won 14-6
WESTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Los Angeles137.650-5-28-511188Lost 25-5
Arizona138.619.59-34-594102Won 57-3
San Francisco911.45047-62-597105Won 14-6
San Diego912.4294.55-34-99591Lost 14-6
Colorado613.3166.55-61-7100125Lost 25-5
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Old 04-27-05, 12:51 PM
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Old 04-27-05, 01:00 PM
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Curt Schilling is on the 15-day disabled list....

things arent looking pretty in Boston.
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Old 04-27-05, 01:03 PM
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Sounds like it is pouring in Boston. Rain delay until at least 2 pm.
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Wow, didn't realize that Baltimore had a 3 game lead in the division.

The Blue Jays going for two in a row tonight.
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I was just going to say that there was a nice wind blowing to dead-center today and Grudzy leads off the bottom of the first w/ a homer that just squeeks over the wall. Mike Shannon called it an Ernie Banks-homer.


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Old 04-27-05, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Red Dog
Going to my first Nats game today. Love that start time.
That's actually pretty sweet. I would have loved to have made the Cards game today (or tomorrow), but a noon start-time is just a bit too early.
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Old 04-27-05, 01:48 PM
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Please avoid the sweep
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Please avoid the sweep
I dunno. With the way Halsey has been pitching that may not look likely.
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Braves tee off on Glavine again. 7 runs through 4 and a third.
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too bad they cant play against glavine every day!
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Just for shits and giggles ,here's a list of forfeited games in the last half century:

09/30/1971 - New York at Washington - AL - The last American League game played in Washington ended in a forfeit win for the New York Yankees. The Senators were leading 7-5 with two out in the ninth inning when souvenir hunters stormed onto the field. The field could not be cleared and the umpire had no choice except to call the game. The fans had been unruly most of the night due to the fact that the club was moving to Texas for the 1972 season and some had run onto the field in the eighth inning delaying the game. - New York Times; 10/01/1971, p 49 (Yankees)

06/04/1974 - Texas at Cleveland - AL - It was 10-cent beer night in Cleveland. The Indians had just tied the score at 5 with a sacrifice fly and had the winning run at third when hundreds of fans jumped the right field fence and attacked the Ranger's right fielder Jeff Burroughs and other players. Chief umpire Nestor Chylak, who was struck on the head, declared the game a forfeit win for Texas. Six fans were arrested. - New York Times - 06/05/1974; p 35 (forfeits)

09/15/1977 - Baltimore at Toronto - AL - The Orioles were behind 4-0 in the bottom of the fifth inning when manager Earl Weaver asked umpire Marty Springstead to have a tarpaulin that was covering the Toronto bull pen area removed. The game was being played in a light rain and Weaver felt that the tarpaulin posed an injury risk to his left fielder. The umpire refused and Weaver pulled his team from the field. Springstead waited 15 minutes for the team to retake the field before declaring the forfeit. - New York Time; 09/16/1977, p 93 (Orioles)

07/12/1979 - Detroit at Chicago - AL - In the most ill-fated promotion in baseball history, thousands of fans overran the Comiskey Park playing field during "Disco Demolition Night" between games of a doubleheader and caused the Chicago White Sox to forfeit the second game after losing to Detroit 4-1 in the first. Umpire Dave Phillips declared the field unplayable after an hour and 16 minute delay and postponed the game. Later American League President Lee MacPhail ruled the game a forfeit win for the Tigers. - New York Times; 07/13/1979; p A16, Washington Post; 07/14/1979; p C2 (Tigers)

08/10/1995 - St. Louis at Los Angeles - NL - Baseballs were distributed to fans as they entered Dodger Stadium. The game was delayed in the 7th inning when some fans started throwing their souvenir baseballs onto the field. In the bottom of the 9th with St. Louis leading 2-1, the first batter, Raul Mondesi, was called out on strikes. He started to complain to umpire Jim Quick and was ejected. Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda was ejected as well. The fans became upset and started throwing the balls onto the field again. The umpires brought the Cardinal team in from the field while the grounds crew cleared the field. When play resumed, the fans again bombarded the field and the umpires forfeited the game in favor of St. Louis. New York Times, 08/11/1995, p B9 (Dodgers)
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Grudzielanek just tripled in the bottom of the sixth to hit for the cycle.
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Originally Posted by Red Dog
Sounds like it is pouring in Boston. Rain delay until at least 2 pm.

Rain-out.
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Originally Posted by Red Dog
Rain-out.

Sox avoid the sweep.
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Hopefully the Yankees can make it 3 in a row with Moose on the hill.
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Carpenter ties a career-high w/ 12 K's.

Then LaRussa pulls him after 7 2/3 innings - and King comes in and promptly strikes out Branyan (not that that's hard to do).

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Benitez on the DL. Who's gonna close? Any Giants fans here?
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Originally Posted by wabio
Benitez on the DL. Who's gonna close? Any Giants fans here?
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My god wabio, you are just full of questions aren't you?
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Astros now with 2 more shutouts against than all last season as they get shutout for the series in Pitt.



Where is Berkman.

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My god wabio, you are just full of questions aren't you?

As you can tell I don't have a closer on my fantasy team....but neither does my opponent, so it's a race for the fences.
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Carpenter picks up his fourth win as the Cards win 6-3 in another sub-three-hour game @ Busch.

Grudzielanek becomes only the third Cardinal to hit for the cycle in the forty years at Busch - joining Lou Brock and Ray Lankford.
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