The Morning After- Game Recaps for June

The Morning After- Game Recaps for June


The Morning After- Game Recaps for June

Postby angiegraham116 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:08 am

You can embed videos from MLB.com, sure, but apparently which means all of the ones except, you know, the awesome ones.
Cubs 5, Giants 2
Moving the Needle: Aramis Ramirez homers to tie it towards the bottom from the ninth, +.465 WPA. The Giants held a 1-0 lead in the second with the eighth, and handed the ball to Brian Wilsin with only three outs to record. They got the first one easily enough, but on the 3-1 pitch he served Ramirez a succulent cookie. Ramirez obliged by bashing it over the left field wall, tying the sport. Three extra frames pa sed with no run, although the Giants did load up the bases with one out in the 12th. In the 13th they finally re-took charge with a Pablo Sandoval homer, after which got the first two batters out in the bottom half. But a Jeff Baker double and Darwin Barney single re-tied it, and following a deliberate walk Geovany Soto capped the comeback with a three- Brian Campbell Jersey run shot.
Notables
Marcos Mateo: 5 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 6 K. Thats some heavy-lifting in relief of Carlos Zambrano, who left the game with lower back problems within the second.
Matt Cain: 7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K. Hes gone at least seven and allowed zero or one run in four of his last five starts. Its always a shame when the bullpen cant hold a game such as this.
Also in this i sue: Cardinals 9, Orioles 6 | Tigers 5, Mets 2 | White Sox 6, Rockies 4 | Yankees 5, Brewers 0 | Astros 7, Rangers 0 | Marlins 5, As 4 | Red Sox 5, Phillies 2 | Pirates 6, Blue Jays 5
Moving the Needle: Tony Cruz singles home the first run, +.145 WPA. In a high-scoring game its often the first run that swings it is the greatest. Yet that will mi s the story of this game. The Cardinals rocked Brian Matusz, who was optioned to AAA after the game, for eight runs in 3.1 innings, the big blow coming on Jon Jays three-run shot that ended Matuszs night. The Orioles then proceeded to really make it a game title, getting a three-run homer in the bottom from the Shawn Thornton Jersey fourth from Nolan Reimold along with two-run shot by Mark Reynolds. That, however, was as near as theyd get. Lance Berkman led off the seventh with his second homer during the day, and while the Orioles did get another run within the eighth, thats where it might stop.
Notables
David Freese and Tony Cruz: both 2 for 4, 1 2B. Freese scored a run, while Cruz scored and drove one out of.
Robert Andino: 3 for 4. In front of him both Reynolds and Reimold went 2 for 4 with a homer, making the bottom third 7 for 12. But nobody managed to drive in poor Andino the times he was on base.
Tigers 5, Mets 2
Moving the Needle: Ramon Santiago drives in one, and gets another, having a single, +.172 WPA. After a pair of high-scoring games, particularly around the Mets part, the series finale was a bit more subdued. These were tied at one in the foot of the 3rd once the Tigers made their move. A double, single, and walk loaded the bases, and Alex Avila gave them a lead with a sac fly. Santiago followed that up with just one to center to score another, and the runner from first scored when Angel Pagan threw way wide of third. The miscuemade it 4-1 and gave the Tigers lots of cushion.
Notables
Justin Verlander: 7 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 6 K. When you are getting shellacked within the first couple of games of the series Florida Panthers Jersey , there arent many better guys to po se s around the mound.
Andy Dirks: 2 for 3, 1 HR. Once the Mets came through with a run, he answered it with a solo shot.
Moving the Needle: Gordon Beckham gets them near the coast the eighth and Juan Pierre puts them ahead in extras, +.218 WPA each. A three-run homer by Troy Tulowitzki in the first put the White Sox behind early, but they fought back. An outrageous pitch using the bases loaded made it 3-1, after the Rockies place a fourth operate on the board the Sox answered immediately. That takes us to the bottom of the eighth, when three straight singles, the last by Beckham, made it a 4-3 game. Two batters later Pierre hit a sac fly to tie it and finally send it to extras. Within the the surface of the 10th the Sox loaded in the bases on the double, a single (that didnt advance the runner) and a sac bunt the Rockies botched. That brought Pierre to the plate, and that he launched one-time the scoreboard in right, scoring two runs. It was Pierres third hit of the night.
Notables
Gordon Beckham: 3 for 3, 1 HR, 1 BB. Thats his first extra base hit since June 15th.
Yankees 5, Brewers 0
Moving the Needle: Robinson Cano doubles home the first two runs, +.104 WPA. The Yankees Jaromir Jagr Jersey started at the start of pursuit of their series sweep. The very first two batters of the first walked and then took second and third on a double steal. Cano came to home plate with one out, and he took one the opposite method for a double that simply scored both runners. They added two more within the third and then tacked one on within the eighth, but Sabathia rendered that mostly unnece sary.
Notables
CC Sabathia: 7.2 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 13 K. Thats his first game this year with double-digit strikeouts. He did that only once last year, on July 6th. The last time he struck out 13 inside a game was September 14th, 2007, during the stretch run of his Cy Young campaign.
Mark Teixeira: 1 for 4, 1 HR. Which was No. 300 for his career.
Astros 7, Rangers 0
Moving the Needle: Carlos Lee homers, +.142 WPA. After playing three and a half scorele s innings, Carlos Lee broke the short having a homer to lead from the fourth. The homermight have moved the needle the furthest, however the Astros made their relocate the 5th, once they put four runs on the board. For some reason the Rangers intentionally walked Lee with two outs in the inning. Anyone wish to explain that certain in my experience? If they did it due to the homer, well, cant say that amounts to a good move. Whatsoever.
Notables
Wandy Rodriguez: 7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 4 K. He generally hasnt been good against interleague opponents, but he'd little challenge with the Rangers.
Jason Michaels: 2 for 4, 1 HR. He drove in three runs and scored two.
Marlins 5, As 4
Moving the Needle: Hanley Ramirez knocks home the second run, +.110 WPA. It really wasnt much, just a chopper down the third bottom line. But it was slow enough that hed surely reach safely, which resulted in the runner from third would score, too. Since there were two outs it had a little WPA bump. That actually started a two-out rally, and the Marlins tacked on another three next, which gave them enough to battle the As efforts to accept game within the final three innings.
Notables
Kurt Suzuki: 2 for 4, 1 HR. His two-run homer within the ninth got the As to within one, but they couldnt pull any closer than that.
Chris Volstad: Official Florida Panthers Jersey Store 7 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 0 K. Heres a great way to describe Volstads season. In the last three starts hes gone 20.2 IP, 18 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 6 BB, 6 K, and his ERA is still above 5.00. xFIP is his only savior right now (3.76, against a FIP almost a full run higher Reilly Smith Jersey ).
Logan Morrison: 2 for 4, 1 2B. They didnt provide him an RBI when he hit a dual with Hanley on second. Its le s egregious a robbery because it sounds watch the replay but it just seems odd. He did drive in Hanley later hanging around.
Red Sox 5, Phillies 2
Moving the Needle: Jacoby Ellsbury widens charge by having an RBI single, +.110 WPA. The Red Sox were able to avoid the sweep from the Phillies, though it included just a little help. Cole Hamels took a line drive away the hand and had towards the leave the game after pitching four scorele s innings. That left David Herndon to suppre s the Sox offense, and its understandable that he couldnt. The Sox struck right away, getting a triple and then a single. Two batters later Ellsbury singled home the second run to provide the Sox a slightly larger lead. They got three more later in the game on solo homers.
Notables
Jon Lester: 7 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K. Those numbers dont make it appear like a 120-pitch appearances, but thats the number of Lester threw.
Jason Varitek: 2 for 4, 2 HR. Those were his fourth and fifth homers of the year, after hitting seven last year. He actually has more PA this season, and merely one fewer game played.
Josh Reddick, Drew Sutton, and Marco Scutaro: all 2 for 4. Reddick tripled. Thats quite a performance from the bottom from the Sox order.
Pirates 6, Blue Jays 2
Moving the Needle: Yunel Escobar homers to tie the sport, +.155 WPA. The Pirates took a 2-0 lead after four . 5, however it took the Jays just a half inning to tie up. Both J.P Arencibia and Escobar homered within the inning. But the Pirates immediately retook charge on the set of doubles and a homer to lead off the sixth. They added another within the seventh permanently measure.
Notables
Alex Presley: 1 for 3, 1 3B, 1 BB. He opened the sport having a triple, after which drove in a run later with a sac fly.
Brandon Wood: 1 for 4, 1 HR. His homer place the Pirates ahead by three. Hes using a terrible season still, but, uh, his strikeout rates are down. Sorry, trying to find a silver lining with this most surely busted prospect.
Jeff Karstens: 7 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 2 K. The only two runs were the solo shots Scottie Upshall Jersey within the fifth. Apart from that, hes appeared as if his normal ace self, which is just weird to type, though Im sure I wont be typing it a lot longer. That doesnt remove from Karstens run, obviously. Hes many of the Pirates succe s this year.
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