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Old 05-08-05, 08:40 AM
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MLB- Sunday May 8

Saturday, May 7, 2005
RESULTWINLOSSSAVEATT.
at NY Yankees 5, Oakland 0Mussina (3-2) Blanton (0-3) 52,776
Chicago Sox 10, at Toronto 7Garland (6-0) Lilly (1-3) 23,078
at Cincinnati 11, Los Angeles 3Weathers (2-0) Lowe (2-3) 26,324
San Diego 5, at St. Louis 4Eaton (4-1) Carpenter (4-2) Hoffman (8) 45,950
Philadelphia 4, at Chicago Cubs 1Lieber (5-1) Rusch (2-1) Wagner (7) 38,933
Washington 11, at San Francisco 8Ayala (2-1) Accardo (0-1) Cordero (6) 40,220
at Baltimore 5, Kansas City 3Chen (4-1) Lima (0-3) Ryan (7) 30,084
at Florida 4, Colorado 1Beckett (5-2) Chacon (1-2) Jones (2) 26,218
Minnesota 8, at Tampa Bay 1Lohse (2-2) Kazmir (0-4) 12,675
Seattle at BostonPostponedN/A
NY Mets 7, at Milwaukee 5Martinez (4-1) Santana (0-1) Hernandez (1) 39,589
at Atlanta 4, Houston 1Ramirez (2-2) Pettitte (2-3) Kolb (9) 36,452
at Texas 6, Cleveland 1Drese (3-3) Elarton (0-2) 36,311
Pittsburgh 3, at Arizona 2Fogg (2-2) Ortiz (2-2) Mesa (11) 32,879
Detroit 2, at LA Angels 1Bonderman (5-2) Colon (4-3) Percival (3) 43,876

Sunday, May 8, 2005
TEAMSTIME (ET)NAT TVXM RADIOSTAT PACKTICKETSPITCHERS
Seattle at Boston12:00 PM   TicketsFranklin vs Miller
Oakland at NY Yankees1:05 PM XM 176 TicketsHarden vs Brown
Houston at Atlanta1:05 PM XM 184 TicketsAstacio vs Hampton
Colorado at Florida1:05 PM XM 183 TicketsFrancis vs Leiter
Chicago Sox at Toronto1:07 PM XM 179 TicketsBuehrle vs Chacin
Kansas City at Baltimore1:35 PM XM 178 TicketsAnderson vs Lopez
NY Mets at Milwaukee2:05 PM XM 185 TicketsGlavine vs Capuano
Cleveland at Texas2:05 PM XM 181 TicketsWestbrook vs Rogers
San Diego at St. Louis2:15 PM XM 187 TicketsRedding vs Marquis
Minnesota at Tampa Bay2:15 PM XM 180 TicketsMays vs Waechter
Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs2:20 PM XM 186 TicketsMyers vs Zambrano
Detroit at LA Angels4:05 PM XM 182 TicketsMaroth vs Washburn
Washington at San Francisco4:05 PM XM 188 TicketsLoaiza vs Rueter
Pittsburgh at Arizona4:40 PM XM 189 TicketsWells vs Halsey
Seattle at Boston5:00 PM   TicketsFranklin vs Miller
Los Angeles at Cincinnati8:05 PMXM 188 TicketsWeaver vs Milton
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2005 American League Standings
EASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Baltimore209.690-11-79-2159125Won 38-2
Boston1712.58637-410-8157126Won 46-4
Toronto1615.51655-811-7148146Lost 36-4
NY Yankees1219.38798-114-8157173Won 13-7
Tampa Bay1120.3551010-101-10143195Lost 23-7
CENTRALWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Chicago Sox237.767-11-312-414098Won 77-3
Minnesota1811.6214.59-59-6144106Won 37-3
Detroit1316.4489.56-87-8141125Won 14-6
Cleveland1217.41410.53-89-9109135Lost 14-6
Kansas City723.233162-125-11105159Lost 52-8
WESTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
LA Angels1812.600-9-69-6132113Lost 17-3
Texas1615.5162.57-109-5165161Won 16-4
Oakland1416.46747-87-8108136Lost 15-5
Seattle1217.4145.54-108-7116126Lost 63-7
2005 National League Standings
EASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Atlanta1911.633-12-57-6133100Won 48-2
Florida1710.630.510-67-413378Won 27-3
Washington1713.56727-610-7137133Won 37-3
NY Mets1714.5482.511-56-9148139Won 46-4
Philadelphia1417.4525.56-78-10126149Won 25-5
CENTRALWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
St. Louis1811.621-8-810-3139117Lost 34-6
Milwaukee1415.48348-86-7138125Lost 27-3
Pittsburgh1217.41463-99-898146Won 15-5
Chicago Cubs1217.41466-76-10134137Lost 72-8
Cincinnati1118.37978-73-11135169Won 12-8
Houston1118.379710-51-13120122Lost 53-7
WESTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10
Los Angeles1811.621-9-59-6152130Lost 15-5
Arizona1813.581112-66-7138140Lost 15-5
San Diego1714.548210-47-10141134Won 68-2
San Francisco1415.48348-86-7149156Lost 46-4
Colorado621.222115-61-15119165Lost 100-10
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Will the Cubs make it eight in a row?! Tune in to find out!
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Old 05-08-05, 10:56 AM
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The Human Pinata aka Kevin Brown pitches again.
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Old 05-08-05, 11:18 AM
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It's weird - the Cardinals are awesome on the road, but mediocre at Busch. It's usually the other way around.

Hope they can avoid the sweep to the Pads today.
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The Cubs are as bad as the Yankees.
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Old 05-08-05, 12:48 PM
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Brown is on the hill....that's an automatic loss for the Yankees
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Originally Posted by B.A.
It's weird - the Cardinals are awesome on the road, but mediocre at Busch. It's usually the other way around.

Hope they can avoid the sweep to the Pads today.
I saw a statistic too that showed they have pretty much beat up on the lesser teams like they should, but have had a hard time against over .500 teams this season.
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I am in shock. Who'd have thought the Braves would seal a sweep so early with the powerhouse line-up Garner threw out there today?
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Yep, Braves rocking the Astro's 8-0. Nice revenge for last year.
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Tim Redding got lit up like a Christmas Tree. What a waste of talent.
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Originally Posted by wabio
Tim Redding got lit up like a Christmas Tree. What a waste of talent.
So far:

St. Louis Inning Summary

- D. Eckstein doubled to left
- L. Walker singled to left, D. Eckstein to third
- A. Pujols doubled to left, D. Eckstein scored, L. Walker to third
- L. Walker scored, A. Pujols to third on passed ball
- J. Edmonds walked
- S. Rolen grounded into fielder's choice, A. Pujols scored, J. Edmonds out at second
- R. Sanders flied out to deep center
- M. Grudzielanek walked, S. Rolen to second
- Y. Molina singled to right, S. Rolen to third, M. Grudzielanek to second
- J. Marquis walked, S. Rolen scored, M. Grudzielanek to third, Y. Molina to second
- D. Eckstein singled to center, M. Grudzielanek and Y. Molina scored, J. Marquis to third
- R. Williams relieved T. Redding
- L. Walker hit by pitch, D. Eckstein to second
- A. Pujols walked, J. Marquis scored, D. Eckstein to third, L. Walker to second
- J. Edmonds singled to second, D. Eckstein scored, L. Walker to third, A. Pujols to second
- S. Rolen doubled to deep left, L. Walker, A. Pujols and J. Edmonds scored

Yahoo is saying that he left with a shoulder injury. Is extreme crappiness classified as an injury these days?
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Old 05-08-05, 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Dawg
Yahoo is saying that he left with a shoulder injury. Is extreme crappiness classified as an injury these days?

Well....if it is, Redding must have been hurt all year long.
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I can't wait for the Astros to return to the ATL. This has been fun.

As a side note, Houston's defense is terrible. I know they have guys playing new positions and Berkman making a long-awaited return to first, but it's really killing them. During this series, they must have given us 10 extra outs and numerous extra bases. Not everything was called an "error", but they blew every bang-bang play and made all kinds of mistakes in the outfield.

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Zambrano looking to close things down himself in a one-run game. The way things have been going, oh man, I don't know if I can watch...
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Originally Posted by das Monkey
I can't wait for the Astros to return to the ATL. This has been fun.

As a side note, Houston's defense is terrible. I know they have guys playing new positions and Berkman making a long-awaited return to first, but it's really killing them. During this series, they must have given us 10 extra outs and numerous extra bases. Not everything was called an "error", but they blew every bang-bang play and made all kinds of mistakes in the outfield.

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The bottom line is that they are an awful mess. Not fun to watch in the least. Just a bad, bad team.
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Brown is on the hill....that's an automatic loss for the Yankees
wow, Brown completely proved me wrong today. I thought for sure that he was gonna get rocked in the 2nd inning with the bases loaded and no out but he pitched out of that.

7 scoreless innings from Brown was what the Yankees needed.

Equally as amazing is that Tom Gordon didn't fail to hold the lead.

Great win for the Yankees. Hopefully this will get them out of their funk
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Crap.
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After going 4-2 against NY Yankees and Baltimore, the Blue Jays come home to be swept by the White Sox.
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Charlie Manuel's an idiot. He pinch hits Offerman for Byrd and if that wasn't bad enough, Burrell was available. At least it's over, but I feel for Phillies fans.
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Charlie Manuel's an idiot. He pinch hits Offerman for Byrd and if that wasn't bad enough, Burrell was available. At least it's over, but I feel for Phillies fans.

Agreed. Manuel is an idiot. They should trade Polanco for some starting pitching and play Utley everyday.
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Wash-ed-burn getting pummeled in Anaheim.
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Wade Miller's first inning:

snapped Ichiro's bat on a grounder to first.
threw 9 pitches to Winn, hit 93 and 94 on the gun; grounder to second
threw a NASTY curve to Beltre, who ended up K-ing a few pitches later.

1-2-3 inning
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Someone explain to me how Brad Thompson gets the save? Is it just that he faced 10+ batters in his 3 innings pitched?
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Someone explain to me how Brad Thompson gets the save? Is it just that he faced 10+ batters in his 3 innings pitched?
Good question, so I looked it up.

Saves:
Rule 10.20 in the Official Rule Book states:
Credit a pitcher with a save when he meets all three of the following conditions:
(1) He is the finishing pitcher in a game won by his club; and
(2) He is not the winning pitcher; and
(3) He qualifies under one of the following conditions:
- (a) He enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches for at least one inning; or
- (b) He enters the game, regardless of the count, with the potential tying run either on base, or at bat, or on deck (that is, the potential tying run is either already on base or is one of the first two batsmen he faces; or
- (c) He pitches effectively for at least three innings. No more than one save may be credited in each game.
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