Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Team Bullpen




Strat-O-Matic Report






ZTeam Bullpen
Team ReERA ReW ReL Sv
--------------------------- ----- --- --- --
New York Yankees (NYA) 2.03 9 3 26
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN) 2.72 4 4 18
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA) 2.99 12 5 15
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN) 3.04 9 7 19
Washington Nationals (WAN) 3.12 9 10 24
Oakland A's (OAA) 3.12 15 9 16
Chicago White Sox (CHA) 3.17 8 10 20
Anaheim Angels (ANA) 3.19 20 9 26
Boston Red Sox (BOA) 3.32 14 17 20
Atlanta Braves (ATN) 3.40 8 8 24
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN) 3.79 7 9 19
Seattle Mariners (SEA) 4.04 12 8 17
Minnesota Twins (MNA) 4.13 8 11 17
Houston Astros (HON) 4.14 10 14 12
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN) 4.15 11 7 13
Cleveland Indians (CLA) 4.23 9 12 26
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN) 4.39 12 13 14
San Francisco Giants (SFN) 4.93 10 13 19
Kansas City Royals (KCA) 5.17 10 10 22
Florida Marlins (FLN) 5.43 10 10 12








Team Clutch Hitting




Strat-O-Matic Report






Team Clutch Hitting
Team ClAB ClH ClHR ClRBI ClAvg
--------------------------- ---- --- ---- ----- -----
Washington Nationals (WAN) 284 79 15 99 .278
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN) 288 79 8 101 .274
San Francisco Giants (SFN) 316 84 13 121 .266
Atlanta Braves (ATN) 331 86 14 116 .260
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN) 317 82 8 107 .259
Houston Astros (HON) 282 72 9 89 .255
New York Yankees (NYA) 290 74 7 95 .255
Seattle Mariners (SEA) 330 83 13 114 .252
Anaheim Angels (ANA) 362 90 11 126 .249
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA) 314 78 13 114 .248
Florida Marlins (FLN) 305 73 15 102 .239
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN) 282 67 13 90 .238
Oakland A's (OAA) 287 67 14 87 .233
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN) 275 63 8 83 .229
Chicago White Sox (CHA) 267 61 9 86 .228
Kansas City Royals (KCA) 340 77 9 101 .226
Cleveland Indians (CLA) 323 72 14 107 .223
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN) 258 54 7 61 .209
Boston Red Sox (BOA) 302 57 8 71 .189
Minnesota Twins (MNA) 272 51 7 67 .188








Saturday, September 22, 2012

Clutch Hitting (Thru Block 1)








Team Clutch Hitting
Team                        ClAB ClH ClHR ClRBI ClAvg
--------------------------- ---- --- ---- ----- -----
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN)    88  28    1    30  .318
San Francisco Giants (SFN)    121  37    7    52  .306
New York Yankees (NYA)         84  24    2    31  .286
Atlanta Braves (ATN)           82  23    6    34  .280
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN)      83  23    3    27  .277
Florida Marlins (FLN)          86  23    3    29  .267
Houston Astros (HON)           84  22    3    26  .262
Seattle Mariners (SEA)         98  25    4    35  .255
Washington Nationals (WAN)     69  16    6    26  .232
Boston Red Sox (BOA)           82  19    3    20  .232
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN)     70  16    0    24  .229
Kansas City Royals (KCA)       96  21    1    24  .219
Anaheim Angels (ANA)           97  21    3    23  .216
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN)       87  18    4    28  .207
Cleveland Indians (CLA)       100  20    2    25  .200
Chicago White Sox (CHA)        75  15    0    18  .200
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA)        88  17    4    27  .193
Oakland A's (OAA)              73  14    2    20  .192
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN)      67  12    3    16  .179
Minnesota Twins (MNA)          77  12    2    13  .156

Bullpen Stats (Thru Block 1)







ZTeam Bullpen
Team                        ReERA ReW ReL Sv
--------------------------- ----- --- --- --
Chicago White Sox (CHA)       1.63   5   2  7
New York Yankees (NYA)        2.17   1   2  8
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN)     2.19   2   1  5
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN)     2.31   1   1  5
Washington Nationals (WAN)    2.70   3   0  5
Anaheim Angels (ANA)          2.97   4   4  7
Atlanta Braves (ATN)          3.02   1   1  7
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA)       3.21   3   2  5
San Francisco Giants (SFN)    3.22   5   1  8
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN)   3.28   3   2  4
Houston Astros (HON)          3.45   3   4  6
Seattle Mariners (SEA)        3.54   5   1  5
Minnesota Twins (MNA)         3.57   1   7  4
Oakland A's (OAA)             3.74   4   0  6
Boston Red Sox (BOA)          3.79   3   4  6
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN)    4.37   1   3  6
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN)      4.88   4   3  5
Kansas City Royals (KCA)      5.00   4   2  4
Florida Marlins (FLN)         6.13   0   5  2
Cleveland Indians (CLA)       6.90   0   5  7

Block 1 Walk-Offs


Blue-Jays....... 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 - 8 10 2 
Royals.......... 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 - 9 18 0 

Adrian Gonzalez had 4 hits and 2 RBI as the Kansas City Royals pulled out a
win over the Toronto team by a score of 9 to 8 at Kauffman Stadium.
 
The deciding run was scored by Kansas City in the 9th.  Gonzalez lofted a
solo-blast 'downtown' giving Kansas City the victory and sending the 13,555
home-town fans home happy.




Indians......... 0 0 2  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  3  8  0
Angels.......... 0 0 2  0 0 0  0 0 3  -  5  8  0

In a thrilling finish the Anaheim Angels won in dramatic fashion coming back
to beat the Cleveland Indians by the count of 5 to 3.
 
Anaheim won the game with a rally in the bottom of the 9th inning with 3 runs
utilizing 2 base hits.  After an out was recorded, Marco Scutaro got things
going when he lined a base-hit.  Jason Bartlett followed next and he drew a
walk.  Matt Tolbert got his turn next, but he was a strikeout victim.  Casey
McGehee was up next and he clubbed a three-run home run giving Anaheim the
victory as 16,481 happy fans celebrated wildly.



Blue-Jays....... 0 1 0  0 0 1  3 1 0  -  6 10  2
Braves.......... 1 0 0  0 0 1  2 0 3  -  7 13  0

In an great finish the Atlanta Braves won in dramatic fashion over the Toronto
club by a score of 7 to 6 at Progressive Field.
 
Atlanta scored the decisive runs in a big bottom of the 9th inning scoring 3
runs on 2 base hits.  Derek Jeter kicked off the action when he laced a
base-knock.  Kevin Youkilis followed next and he was hit by a pitch.  Matt
Holliday dug into the batters box next, but he struck out.  Nick Swisher
followed, but he was set down on strikes.  Jermaine Dye came to the plate and
launched a three-run homer giving Atlanta the win as 48,075 happy fans
joyfully celebrated.


Justin Morneau Justin Morneau #33 of the Minnesota Twins rounds third after hitting a two-run home run against the Kansas City Royals in the fifth inning at Kauffman Stadium June 4, 2012 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Twins........... 0 1 1  1 0 0  4 0 1  -  8 11  2
Pirates......... 0 6 0  0 0 0  0 2 2  - 10 11  0

In a dramatic ending at Miller Park the Pittsburgh Pirates won in their last
at-bat beating the Minnesota Twins by the count of 10 to 8.
 
Pittsburgh erupted with the game winning runs in the bottom of the 9th inning
with 2 runs.  Justin Morneau led off and started the rally when he drew a
walk.  Ben Francisco stepped up to the plate and he cleared the fences for a
two-run home run making Pittsburgh victorious to the delight of the the home
town crowd.  This was a game of many highs and lows for the home town fans,
as the lead kept changing - 5 times in all.



Erik Bedard was 1 out away from a No-Hitter against Boston




Even though Bedard had given up a run in the 4th (Bourn stole 2nd and 3rd, and Damon put down an excellent suicide squeeze), he had a no-hitter into the top of the 9th. With 2 outs, Alexei Ramirez just barely snuck a ball past Aramis Ramirez for the 1st hit of the game for the Red Sox. Oakland still won 4-1.


Strat-O-Matic Report






BOXSCORE: 2009 Boston Red Sox At 2009 Oakland A's 5/3/2009

Red Sox AB R H RBI AVG A's AB R H RBI AVG
M.Bourn CF 3 1 0 0 .219 R.Ryal 2B 4 0 2 1 .261
A.Ramirez SS 4 0 1 0 .342 A.Ramirez 3B 4 1 3 1 .340
J.Damon LF 3 0 0 1 .329 K.Morales 1B 4 0 0 0 .295
D.Uggla 2B 3 0 0 0 .191 M.Kemp CF 3 0 0 0 .261
J.Loney 1B 1 0 0 0 .240 M.Diaz RF 4 0 0 0 .310
M.Teahen 3B 3 0 0 0 .194 A-R.Sweeney RF 0 0 0 0 .340
J.Baker C 3 0 0 0 .238 K.Blanks LF 4 1 1 1 .107
G.Matthews Jr RF 2 0 0 0 .100 J.Buck C 4 1 2 1 .250
B-Y.Betancourt PH 1 0 0 0 .231 J.Rollins SS 4 1 2 0 .171
C-C.Thomas RF 0 0 0 0 .200 E.Bedard P 3 0 0 0 .083
M.Cain P 2 0 0 0 .167
A.Heilman P 0 0 0 0 ----
D-G.Beckham PH 1 0 0 0 .255
-- -- -- --- -- -- -- ---
Totals 26 1 1 1 Totals 34 4 10 4

A-Subbed Defensively (RF) For Diaz In 8th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Matthews Jr In 8th Inning
C-Subbed Defensively (RF) For Betancourt In 8th Inning
D-Pinch Hit For Heilman In 9th Inning

Red Sox......... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 1 2
A's............. 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 - 4 10 0

Red Sox (11-20) IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
M.Cain LOSS(1-3) 7 10 4 4 1 11 3 3.83
A.Heilman 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1.17
Totals 8 10 4 4 2 12 3

A's (14-8) IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
E.Bedard WIN(4-1) 9 1 1 1 3 8 0 1.70
Totals 9 1 1 1 3 8 0

ATTENDANCE- 38,435 DATE- Friday, May 3rd 2009 TIME- Night WEATHER- Good
UMPIRES- Wally Bell, Brian O'Nora, Dan Iassogna, Mark Hirschbeck
T- 2:36
LEFT ON BASE- Red Sox: 2 A's:10
DOUBLE PLAYS- Red Sox: 0 A's: 1
ERRORS- D.Uggla, J.Baker
DOUBLES- R.Ryal(3rd)
HOME RUNS- A.Ramirez(4th), K.Blanks(1st), J.Buck(2nd)
STOLEN BASES- M.Bourn-2(13th)
SACRIFICE HITS- J.Damon, E.Bedard
WALKS- M.Bourn, J.Loney-2, R.Ryal, M.Kemp
HIT BY PITCH- A.Ramirez
STRIKE OUTS- M.Bourn, A.Ramirez, J.Damon, M.Teahen-3, J.Baker, M.Cain,
K.Morales-3, M.Kemp, M.Diaz-3, K.Blanks, J.Buck, E.Bedard-3
GIDP- J.Baker
2-out RBI- R.Ryal
WEB GEMS- Bot 8th: Clete Thomas robbed Aramis Ramirez of an extra base hit.

Aramis Ramirez went deep and Erik Bedard took a no-hitter into the 9th inning
as the Oakland A's outscored the Boston Red Sox 4 to 1.

Bedard(4-1) was indeed brilliant as he hand-cuffed the Boston offense. He
surrendered only 1 hit and 3 walks in 9 innings improving his ERA from 1.93
to 1.70. The left-handed Bedard had his no-hit bid broken up by Alexei
Ramirez who singled with two outs in the 9th inning. Oakland finished with
10 hits in the victory.

Matt Cain(1-3) absorbed the loss. He served up 3 homeruns in his 7 innings.








Saturday, July 14, 2012

Mariners World Series Champions!


The Seattle Mariners won the 2008 Millennium World Series by defeating the Anaheim Angels 4 games to 2.  A recap of the series:  

Game 1:  Roy Oswalt vs Armando Galarraga
The game 1 matchup between the redhot Oswalt vs the inconsistent Galarraga.  Galarraga's strength is right handed hitters which Seattle has alot of but which Galarraga would show up?  The one who shut down the Mariners in the regular season or the pitcher who gave up seven runs in the first inning in a previous playoff start.  Unfortunately for the home fans, the wilder Galarraga showed up.  The Mariners put up four in the first with two hits and two hit batters and another run in the second inning against Galarraga.  Galarraga settled down some but allowed seven runs with nine hits over six innings. 

With 2 out in the 1st inning, Blaise decided to put Alex Rodriguez on to load the bases.  After watching two breaking balls miss, Luis Gonzalez hit a Galarraga fastball into the right-centerfield seats for a grand slam.  Carlos Quentin hit a PH HR and Brandon Phillips also went deep for the Mariners as they easily win game 1 as Roy Oswalt improves to 4-0 in the playoffs:  Seattle wins 8-2

Game 2:  Mike Mussina vs John Lannan
With Mussina retiring after the season, he wanted to leave it all on the field and give it everything.  He received a lot of run support early as the Mariners put up one in the second, three in the third and four in the fourth for an early 8-0 lead.  Lannan lasted three innings and was pulled for Seth McClung after surrending six runs.  McClung didn't fare much better as he allowed four additional runs in three innings of work as he struggled to find the strike zone.  With the early lead, Mussina coasted as he scattered eight hits and lowered his playoff ERA to 0.93

Ryan Braun went 3 for 6 with a double, 2 homeruns and 5 RBI.  Carlos Delgado hit a solo shot in the 7th for Anaheim to avoid the shutout.  Seattle wins 15-1 and outscores Anaheim 23-3. 

Game 3:  Kyle Davies vs Scott Kazmir
Davies pitched an inning in each of the Angel blowout losses in games one and two so he was feeling loose.  Anaheim manufactured a run in the second inning to take its first lead in a game.  Jose Guillen then blasted a three run shot off Kazmir the next inning and Anaheim stretched its lead to 5.   Guillen hit his second homerun of the game in the 5th as Rich Aurilia and Marco Scutaro also left the yard.  Guillen finished 3 for 4 with 2 HR and 4 RBI.  Kazmir was tagged for eight runs in seven innings.  Davies improved to 3-0 in the playoffs by allowings two runs in six innings.  Anaheim wins 8-4

Game 4:  Chris Volstad vs Roy Oswalt
Both starters entered the game undefeated in the post season with ERA's under 2.  They both continued their post season dominance.  Volstad was able to pitch out of several jams with but surrendered a two run homerun by Carlos Quentin in the fifth.  The Angels added one the next inning but couldn't get much going against Oswalt.  Francisco Rodriguez entered the ninth inning clinging to a one run lead with no outs and Nick Markakis on second after a double off Oswalt.  Marco Scutaro's squeeze play in the 9th inning was unsuccessful as K-Rod preserved the victory.  Seattle wins 2-1 as Roy Oswalt improves to 5-0.

Game 5:  Armando Galarraga vs Mike Mussina
Galarraga looks to bounce back from a disappointing game one while Mussina trys to finish his career by clinching a World Series title.  Anaheim manufactured a run in the fourth for the early lead and added to it with a Troy Glaus homerun in the fourth.  Alex Rodriguez answered back for the Mariners with a 2 run blast in the bottom of the fourth to knot it at two.  Mussina started to tire with two outs in the seventh as Mark Teixeira knocked in Glaus with a homerun and Jose Guillen followed with another tater as Anaheim broke the game open with a 5-2 lead.  Galarraga pitched well into the seventh inning allowing only three hits until Blaise went to his bullpen.  Jose Arrendondo allowed a hit without retiring a batter so the closer, Joe Nathan, came in the eighth to shut down the Mariners to pick up his fourth postseason save.  Anaheim wins 5-2.

Game 6:  Felix Hernandez vs John Lannan
Back to Anaheim. The Angels outscored the Mariners 14-8 at Camden Yards of Seattle but didn't fare as well at home. Lannan didn't pitch well at home in game two while Hernandez will get his first work of the Series. Albert Pujols knocked in Jose Reyes with a home run in first for an early lead. Doubles by Mike Cameron and Yadier Molina in the third extended the Seattle lead to 3 but Anaheim answered back in the bottom half by adding two with some cluth hitting by Skip Schumaker and Nick Markakis. The Mariners added a run in the fourth for a 4-2 lead. Felix Hernandez entered a groove after the third inning and struck out eight in his 6 2/3 innings of work. John Lester saw his only action in the Series relieving Hernandez as he was asked to retire some of the tough left-handed Angel hitters. Felix Rodriguez pitched a hitless ninth for his sixth postseason save as the Mariners win the game and Series 4-2.  Seattle wins 4-2.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

2009 Draft Preview - Ricky Romero


Ricardo Romero 
Position: Pitcher 
Bats: Right, Throws: Left 
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 220 lb. 
Born: November 6, 1984 in East Los Angeles, CA (Age 27)
High School: Roosevelt HS (Los Angeles, CA)
School: California State University Fullerton (Fullerton, CA)
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 2005 amateur draft.
Signed June 16, 2005.   
Debut:  April 9, 2009

2009 Draft Preview - Andrew McCutchen

Andrew Stefan McCutchen 
Position: Centerfielder 
Bats: Right, Throws: Right 
Height: 5' 10", Weight: 185 lb.
Born: October 10, 1986 in Fort Meade, FL (Age 25)
High School: Fort Meade HS (Fort Meade, FL)
Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1st round (11th pick) of the 2005 amateur draft.
Signed June 16, 2005. 
Debut: June 4, 2009



Friday, June 29, 2012

Cameron's Grand Slam Sends Mariners to Series

The Seattle Mariners defeated the Kansas Royals 4 games to 2 in their semi-final playoff series.  A recap of the games:


KC 3, SEA 2 - Hanley Ramirez and Chipper Jones hit back-to-back homers in the bottom of the 8th off reliever Joe Nelson

KC 5, SEA 4 (12) - Hanley Ramirez hit a walk off homer in the bottom of the 12th with a towering shot to LF.  Royals leads 2 games to 0 as the series shifts to Seattle

SEA 4, KC 1 - Mike Mussina allowed 1 run in the complete game victory.  A-Rod's 3 run blast in the 6th was the deciding factor.

SEA 6, KC 4 - Mariners play for the big inning again in the 6th by putting 6 across in the frame. Jose Reyes 2 rbi double put the Mariners ahead.  Royals add 2 against the Seattle bullpen to pull it close in the end.  K-Rod loads the bases in the 9th but Chipper Jones ends the game with grounder to Jose Reyes.

SEA 10, KC 5 - Roy Oswalt continues his great postseason and loses his shutout bid in the 9th.  Mariners enter the 9th up 10-0.  Royals rally for 5 in the 9th off Dan Sarate and Oswalt but fall short.  Mariners now lead 3 games to 2 as the series heads back to Kansas City for game 6.

SEA 5, KC 2 - Mike Cameron slugs a grand slam in the top of the 9th to take a 5-2 lead and the Mariners hold on to advance to the World Series vs. the Angels.


Thursday, June 14, 2012

Braves Get 2nd Pick

The number 558 was drawn which enabled the Atlanta Braves to get the second pick in the 2009 Draft.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Phillies Nab First Pick

The number 905 was magic in Philadelphia as the Phillies vaulted all the way from the 7th position to having the first pick in the 2009 draft.  Congrats!

Friday, June 08, 2012

2009 Draft Lottery Info


We will be conducting our draft lottery on Wednesday, June 13th and Thursday, June 14th.....

The “Pennsylvania Daily Number Evening” lottery (http://www.palottery.state.pa.us/) on subsequent nights (7PM EST) will be used to decide who gets the #1 and #2 picks in the first round only. If the second pick yields the same result as the first night, then a third night’s lottery drawing will be used. The remaining 10 teams will draft in reverse order of record. So, the team with the poorest record can do no worst than pick third in the first round.


2009 Lottery Drawing Chances:

000 to 249 – Washington (53-109)

250 to 449 – Houston (55-107)

450 to 604 – Atlanta (58-104)

605 to 724 – New York (65-97)

725 to 814 – Florida (67-95)

815 to 879 – Boston (68-94)

880 to 924 – Philadelphia (70-92)

925 to 954 – San Francisco (74-88)

955 to 974 – Minnesota (76-86)

975 to 986 – Chicago (82-80)

987 to 994 – Cleveland (87-75)

995 to 999 – Toronto (89-73)

(Click here for a history of previous lottery numbers selected.)

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Angels World Series Bound

The Anaheim Angels made short work of the Los Angeles Dodgers in their semi-final playoff series by winning in five games.  A recap of the games:


GAME 1
Angels 9, Dodgers 5
Jason Barlett's 2-run PH single sparks a 6-run 7th inning. Armando Galarraga, battered in the opening round vs. the Pirates,  allows 4 hits in 7 innings.



GAME 2
Dodgers 3, Angels 1
Rich Harden struck out 7 in 6 innings and Miguel Cabrera delivered the tie-breaking single in the 6th. Anaheim squandered several late opportunities -- it had runners at second and third with no outs in both the 6th and 7th innings and did not score and runners at first and second with no outs in the 8th with the same result.

GAME 3
Angels 3, Dodgers 2
Pinch-hitter Jose Guillen delivers a tie-breaking RBI single in the 9th and Joe Nathan nails down the save with 2 strikeouts in the 9th.

GAME 4
Angels 2, Dodgers 1
Nathan again foils L.A. as he fans 3 in 1-2/3 to record another save. Skip Schumaker had homered in the 6th to give Anaheim a 2-0 lead, but Orlando Cabrera ripped an RBI double in the 8th before Nathan was summoned from the bullpen.

GAME 5
Angels 4, Dodgers 1
Galarraga lost his no-hitter in the 7th, but he and the bullpen combined on a 2-hitter. The shutout was broken on Chase Utley's HR in the 9th. Bengie Molina had a pair of RBIs for the winners.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Mariners Top Redbirds in Seven Games

The Seattle Mariners advanced to the second round of the Millennium Playoffs via an exciting 7-game series win over the St. Louis Cardinals.  A recap of the games:

Game #1 - SEA 1, STL 0 (11)
Seattle's workhorse starter Roy Oswalt (17-10) squared off against the Cards' Cliff Lee (19-8) in the opener.  Oswalt pitched 10 scoreless innings while Lee tossed 9 of his own.  The game went to the 11th inning still scoreless.  Three singles off Cardinals reliever Broxton gave the Mariners the lead.  Then, Francisco Rodriguez pitched a scoreless bottom of the 11th to preserve the victory.

Game #2 - STL 11, SEA 7
The second game matchup consisted of Seattle's Jon Lester (20-4) vs. St. Louis righty starter Ubaldo Jimenez (12-10).  Seattle jumped out to an early 6-0 lead as Pujols, Braun and Molina all hit roundtrippers.  But, the Cards hung a 6-spot on Lester in the 5th to take a 7-6 lead.  Big hit was a three-run blast by Melvin Mora.  From then on, the Redbirds' bullpen held the potent Seattle offense at bay enroute to the win.

Game #3 STL 4, SEA 3
Series switches to Seattle for the next three games.  It's Cards' Gil Meche (14-12) going up against Seattle's Felix Hernandez (14-7) in this one.  Jason Kubel hit a 2-run homer off King Felix to help give St. Louis the lead.  Gil Meche pitched 6+ gritty innings and the often beleaguered St. Louis bullpen (Broxton, Tallet, BJ Ryan)  pitched 2 2/3 of scoreless relief to make the lead stand up.  Several Mariner runners were thrown out at the plate in this game.  Cards grab a 2-1 series lead.

Game #4 STL 2, SEA 1 (13)
It's back to our Oswalt vs. Lee matchup in this one.  And these two pitchers pitched heroically again - Oswalt 10 innings, 1 run and 10 strikeouts; Lee 10 innings, 1 run and 8 K's.  Both runs were off solo homers - Adam LaRoche for the Cards and Elijah Dukes for Seattle.  Then, in the top of the 13th, Adam LaRoche hit his second homer of the game to give the Cards the lead.  BJ Ryan followed up with a scoreless inning of relief to get the save.  Cards lead 3 games to 1.

Game #5 SEA 6, STL 5
Lester against Jimenez again for Game 5.  The Mariners, on the brink of elimination, stayed alive as Carlos Quentin hit a grand slam home run off Marte (who had just been brought in) to grab a 6-3 lead.  Cards scored two in the 7th to knock out Lester to make it a one-run game again.  But, veteran Mike Mussina in a relief role, pitched 1 1/3 innings of clutch relief and then Francisco Rodriguez (who had 47 saves in the regular season for Seattle) pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to give Seattle the hard fought win.

Game #6 SEA 5, STL 3 (12)
Back to St. Louis for Game 6.  Kazmir (9-11) gets the start for Seattle against Meche.  With the Cards leading 2-1 in the 8th, the Mariners finally got to Meche and scored two runs to grab a 3-2 lead.  Pujols had four hits in this game.  Francisco Rodriguez pitched the ninth as Seattle was nursing a one-run lead.  But, the Cards scratched out a run to tie the game and even had another runner on third base with two out, but K-Rod hung in there and got Guzman for the final out.  On to extra innings for the third time in the series!  Then, Dukes, Pujols and Molina got key hits in the 12th off loser BJ Ryan to send the series to a seventh game.

Game #7 SEA 15, STL 1
In what looked like another epic battle between two aces (Oswalt 0.45 ERA in the first two starts, Lee 0.47 ERA) turned into a laugher very quickly.  The Cardinal defense committed three costly errors behind Lee that led to 5 unearned runs and just like that - Seattle had a commanding 8-1 lead after four innings.  Meanwhile, series MVP Roy Oswalt pitched another gem by only allowing 1 run over 6 innings.  The powerful Seattle offense, largely held in check throughout the series, woke up this game by hitting 9 doubles, 1 triple and two homers.

Congrats to the Seattle Mariners who now face Kansas City in the Semi-Finals......

#1 Seed Royals Knock Out D-Backs in Seven Games

Kansas City began their quest for a second championship title by eliminating the Arizona Diamondbacks in seven games.  A recap of the series:

KC 7, AZ 4 - Danny Haren fanned 10 and Hanley Ramirez hit a homer and drove in 3 runs.  Loser James Shields gave up 7 runs in just innings.

KC 6, AZ 5 - Grady Sizemore and Chipper Jones both hit homers as the Royals rallied from a 5-3 deficit off the Snakes' bullpen

AZ 6, KC 2 - Series moved to Phoenix for game 3 and veteran Randy Johnson did not disappoint the hometown fans as he tossed 7 innings of 1-run ball.  Carlos Pena  hit a homer and drove in 4 runs.

KC 7, AZ 4 - The Royals take a commanding 3-1 series lead as Danny Haren wins his second of the series.  Joe Mauer, batting .400 in the series so far, had 4 hits.

AZ 11, KC 3 - James Shields made up for his poor outing in game #1 with a win in game #5.  He tossed a complete game while striking out 10; losing pitcher Chad Billinglsey was roughed up early to take the loss.

AZ 7, KC 6 (10) - Arizona shocked the Royals fans by winning in 10 innings as Yunel Escobar drove in the winning run.

KC 8, AZ 3 - Danny Haren, the series MVP, won his third game of the series as the Royals advanced to the second round of the playoffs.  Hanley Ramirez hit his third homer of the series and drove in 3 more runs,


Halos All Over Buccos


The Anaheim Angels advanced to the second round with a convincing 4-1 series win over the Pirates.  Nick Markakis batted .389 with a pair of homers for the Angels.


PITT 9, ANA 3 - Johan Santana tossed a complete game and Fred Lewis had 3 base hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Anaheim 9-3.  Buccos scored 8 runs in the 2nd inning - all off losing pitcher Armando Galarraga.

ANA 3, PITT 2 (10) - Pinch hitter Maicer Izturis knocked in the winning run in the bottom of 10th to give Anaheim a 3-2 win.

ANA 4, PITT 2 - J. J. Hardy drove in two runs with a double and homer.  Kyle Davies outdueled Shawn Marcum.

ANA 10, PITT 1 - The Angels knocked out game 1 winner Santana in the second inning as they pounded Pittsburgh 10-1 to take a commanding 3-1 series lead.  Hardy hit another for the Halos and Chris Volstad pitched strong into the 8th inning.

ANA 8, PITT 6 (14) - Mark Teixeira hit a 2-run single in the top of the 14th to give the Angels the series victory.

Anaheim will now face their cross-town rival Los Angeles Dodgers in a semi-final playoff series.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Dodgers Eliminate A's in Six Games




The Dodgers win a close series in 6 games over Oakland.  Harden gets two wins including the game winner.
9/20 LAN  3  9  0  OAA  1  5  0         B.Sheets (1-0)        J.Duchschere (0-1)
9/21 LAN  2  9  0  OAA  1  7  1         R.Harden (1-0)        B.Webb (0-1)
9/23 OAA 11 16  0  LAN  0  2  3        T.Hudson (1-0)       M.Garza (0-1)
9/24 OAA 12 20  1  LAN  8 14  2 12   J.Colome (1-0)        D.Waechter (0-1)
9/25 OAA  2 12  1  LAN  3  5  0        J.Moyer (1-0)          B.Webb (0-2)
9/27 LAN  2  8  0  OAA  1  4  0        R.Harden (2-0)        J.Duchschere (0-2)
Game 1: Sheets, Romo, and Street hold the A's in check.  Utley and Ibanez homered.
Game 2: Rich Harden pitched 7 shutout innings.  The A's almost tied it in the 9th but Huston Street managed to close it out.
Game 3: A's offense wakes up and scores 11 in a laugher.  Aramis Ramirez had a HR and 4 RBI's.
Game 4:  Oakland wins a classic 12 inning game.  Dodgers scored 5 in the 8th to come back from a 7-2 deficit, another run in the 10th to to tie it again, but then the A's scored 4 in the 12th to put it away.  Ramirez had the big hit again.  14 pitchers were used.
Game 5:  Jamie Moyer puts the A's offense back to sleep with 97 mph fastba- I mean change-ups.  Huston Street almost blew the save but got Orlando Hudson for the last out.
Game 6:  LA closes it out in another low scoring game.  Rich Harden again shuts down the A's and Street earns his 4th save. 
Heroes
Ludwick .364   1.122 OPS
Harden   2-0    0.64 ERA
Street    4 Saves

Goats
Matt Kemp     .200   .459 OPS  Kemp overachieved all year, bad time to regress!
Jimmy Rollins   .136   .406 OPS

Friday, March 30, 2012

Current Standings Midway Thru Block 7




Strat-O-Matic Report






LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR 2008 Millennium League

Brock WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Anaheim ANA 83 49 .629 ---- 29
2008 Seattle SEA 78 51 .605 3.5
2008 Cleveland CLA 66 51 .564 9.5
2008 San Francisco SFN 53 70 .431 25.5
2008 Florida FLN 53 74 .417 27.5

Killebrew WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Kansas City KCA 80 40 .667 ---- 33
2008 Los Angeles LAN 76 53 .589 8.5
2008 Toronto TOA 70 50 .583 10.0
2008 Atlanta ATN 45 81 .357 38.0
2008 Houston HON 39 81 .325 41.0

Koufax WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Oakland OAA 78 48 .619 ---- 36
2008 Arizona ARN 71 49 .592 4.0
2008 Pittsburgh PIN 74 55 .574 5.5
2008 Boston BOA 48 69 .410 25.5
2008 Washington WAN 37 87 .298 40.0

Aaron WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 St. Louis SLN 71 58 .550 ---- 24
2008 Chicago CHA 61 68 .473 10.0
2008 Minnesota MNA 56 70 .444 13.5
2008 Philadelphia PHN 52 68 .433 14.5
2008 New York NYA 55 74 .426 16.0









Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Team Bullpen Stats




Strat-O-Matic Report






ZTeam Bullpen
Team ReERA ReW ReL Sv
--------------------------- ----- --- --- --
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN) 2.62 17 12 38
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN) 2.67 19 15 38
Kansas City Royals (KCA) 3.14 21 12 37
Anaheim Angels (ANA) 3.31 34 10 32
New York Yankees (NYA) 3.37 15 9 18
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA) 3.58 26 11 42
Cleveland Indians (CLA) 3.70 16 17 20
Oakland A's (OAA) 3.71 14 14 27
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN) 3.87 11 17 22
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN) 3.99 17 13 37
Seattle Mariners (SEA) 4.22 24 12 35
San Francisco Giants (SFN) 4.45 9 18 19
Boston Red Sox (BOA) 4.51 12 16 25
Chicago White Sox (CHA) 4.58 18 16 27
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN) 4.61 10 12 27
Florida Marlins (FLN) 5.02 11 16 19
Houston Astros (HON) 5.18 12 19 23
Atlanta Braves (ATN) 5.31 15 27 22
Washington Nationals (WAN) 5.37 5 14 17
Minnesota Twins (MNA) 5.38 11 19 24








Red Sox 1-Hit Dodgers at Fenway




Strat-O-Matic Report






BOXSCORE: 2008 Los Angeles Dodgers At 2008 Boston Red Sox 7/11/2008

Dodgers AB R H RBI AVG Red Sox AB R H RBI AVG
O.Cabrera SS 4 0 0 0 .275 J.Damon LF 4 0 2 0 .299
C.Crawford LF 3 0 0 0 .321 J.Loney 1B 4 0 0 0 .301
M.Cabrera 1B 4 0 1 0 .282 D.Uggla 2B 4 0 0 0 .213
C.Utley 2B 4 0 0 0 .269 J.Upton RF 3 0 0 0 .215
R.Ludwick RF 3 0 0 0 .305 K.Griffey Jr CF 3 0 1 0 .267
N.McLouth CF 3 0 0 0 .254 J.Uribe 3B 4 0 2 0 .248
J.Crede 3B 2 0 0 0 .264 K.Suzuki C 4 1 1 1 .254
A-C.Blake PH,3B 1 0 0 0 .260 Y.Betancourt SS 3 0 0 0 .248
J.Valentin C 3 0 0 0 .259 J.Contreras P 2 0 0 0 .154
R.Harden P 3 0 0 0 .182 J.Affeldt P 1 0 0 0 .167
-- -- -- --- -- -- -- ---
Totals 30 0 1 0 Totals 32 1 6 1

A-Pinch Hit For Crede In 8th Inning

Dodgers......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 1 0
Red Sox......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 6 0

Dodgers (56-38) IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
R.Harden LOSS(6-4) 9 6 1 1 2 10 1 2.30
Totals 9 6 1 1 2 10 1

Red Sox (40-57) IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
J.Contreras 6 1 0 0 1 3 0 3.95
J.Affeldt WIN(1-3) 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 5.01
Totals 10 1 0 0 1 7 0

ATTENDANCE- 32,457 DATE- Thursday, July 11th 2008 TIME- Night WEATHER- Average
UMPIRES- Randy Marsh, Marty Foster, Ron Kulpa, Mike Van Vleet
T- 2:56
LEFT ON BASE- Dodgers: 1 Red Sox: 6
DOUBLE PLAYS- Dodgers: 1 Red Sox: 0
DOUBLES- J.Uribe-2(20th)
HOME RUNS- K.Suzuki(4th)
CAUGHT STEALING- C.Crawford
WALKS- C.Crawford, J.Upton, K.Griffey Jr
STRIKE OUTS- M.Cabrera-2, C.Utley, R.Ludwick-2, R.Harden-2, J.Loney-2, D.Uggla,
J.Upton-2, K.Griffey Jr, J.Uribe, K.Suzuki-2, J.Contreras
GIDP- D.Uggla
WILD PITCHES- R.Harden

Jose Contreras went 6 solid innings as the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles
Dodgers in 10 innings by a score of 1 to 0.

Neither team scored in the first nine innings. Boston ended up winning it in
the 10th inning. Kurt Suzuki smashed a solo-shot out of the park giving
Boston the victory as 32,457 happy fans celebrated wildly. Boston had only 6
hits for the game.

Jeremy Affeldt(1-3) went 4 innings allowing no runs for the victory. Rich
Harden(6-4) took the loss. He pitched 9 innings and surrendered 6 hits and 2
walks.









Howard Current Homerun Leader








Strat-O-Matic Report












LEAGUE LEADERS FOR 2008 Millennium League PAGE 1





--------HOMERUNS-------


R.Howard TOA 40


G.Sizemore KCA 37


A.Rodriguez SEA 37


R.Braun SEA 35


A.Pujols SEA 34


M.Ramirez CLA 33


M.Teixeira ANA 32


J.Bay CLA 28


H.Ramirez KCA 28


R.Ludwick LAN 28


A.Dunn FLN 26


OTHERS TIED WITH 25

















Cliff Lee Leading Redbirds Resurgence

St. Louis (AP) - The 2008 season was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Redbirds. But, it has not worked out that way as the Cardinals have a 10 1/2 game lead over second place Chicago in the Aaron Division. A major reason for this surprise is the pitching dominance by lefty starter Cliff Lee.

Lee has done it all for St. Louis as he has posted a 14-6 mark with a 2.26 ERA. He is also leading the league in complete games with 12 which helps give the Cardinals' weak bullpen extra rest throughout the season.

The Cardinals drafted Lee in the seventh round of the 2003 draft. Remember Dontrelle Willis? He was the Redbirds #1 pick that season and is long gone from the team.

Saturday, February 04, 2012

Team Bullpen Stats




Strat-O-Matic Report






ZTeam Bullpen
Team ReERA ReW ReL Sv
--------------------------- ----- --- --- --
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN) 2.38 13 7 34
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN) 2.51 15 12 31
Kansas City Royals (KCA) 2.69 13 6 25
Anaheim Angels (ANA) 3.01 26 5 23
New York Yankees (NYA) 3.37 12 6 15
Cleveland Indians (CLA) 3.50 11 8 15
San Francisco Giants (SFN) 3.93 7 13 14
Oakland A's (OAA) 4.03 8 12 21
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN) 4.08 8 15 17
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA) 4.10 18 10 31
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN) 4.14 10 10 22
Seattle Mariners (SEA) 4.19 19 9 32
Boston Red Sox (BOA) 4.28 8 9 20
Chicago White Sox (CHA) 4.59 14 13 21
Houston Astros (HON) 4.90 10 13 14
Minnesota Twins (MNA) 4.93 8 12 18
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN) 5.07 9 10 23
Florida Marlins (FLN) 5.13 7 11 14
Washington Nationals (WAN) 5.76 3 9 12
Atlanta Braves (ATN) 5.88 11 25 16








Team Clutch Hitting




Strat-O-Matic Report






Team Clutch Hitting
Team ClAB ClH ClHR ClRBI ClAvg
--------------------------- ---- --- ---- ----- -----
Anaheim Angels (ANA) 346 102 13 132 .295
Oakland A's (OAA) 356 103 16 142 .289
Los Angeles Dodgers (LAN) 310 87 16 123 .281
Minnesota Twins (MNA) 336 91 17 134 .271
Seattle Mariners (SEA) 366 98 27 150 .268
Toronto Blue-Jays (TOA) 358 94 14 122 .263
Arizona Diamondbacks (ARN) 362 95 8 125 .262
Kansas City Royals (KCA) 330 85 15 128 .258
Philadelphia Phillies (PHN) 376 93 10 121 .247
Houston Astros (HON) 308 76 16 100 .247
Cleveland Indians (CLA) 316 77 6 101 .244
Florida Marlins (FLN) 367 89 7 114 .243
Pittsburgh Pirates (PIN) 376 90 6 128 .239
New York Yankees (NYA) 335 80 7 91 .239
Atlanta Braves (ATN) 429 99 14 128 .231
St. Louis Cardinals (SLN) 381 86 5 110 .226
Washington Nationals (WAN) 346 78 7 95 .225
San Francisco Giants (SFN) 378 85 9 103 .225
Boston Red Sox (BOA) 317 71 11 85 .224
Chicago White Sox (CHA) 370 82 9 107 .222








Current Standings - Midway Thru Block 5




Strat-O-Matic Report






LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR 2008 Millennium League

Brock WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Anaheim ANA 54 30 .643 ---- 77
2008 Seattle SEA 56 37 .602 2.5
2008 Cleveland CLA 43 32 .573 6.5
2008 San Francisco SFN 42 45 .483 13.5
2008 Florida FLN 38 56 .404 21.0

Killebrew WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Kansas City KCA 53 25 .679 ---- 78
2008 Toronto TOA 48 33 .593 6.5
2008 Los Angeles LAN 43 32 .573 8.5
2008 Houston HON 27 51 .346 26.0
2008 Atlanta ATN 30 63 .323 30.5

Koufax WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 Arizona ARN 57 30 .655 ---- 73
2008 Oakland OAA 51 33 .607 4.5
2008 Pittsburgh PIN 54 39 .581 6.0
2008 Boston BOA 37 56 .398 23.0
2008 Washington WAN 24 67 .264 35.0

Aaron WON LOST PCT GB MAGIC#
2008 St. Louis SLN 52 41 .559 ---- 68
2008 Minnesota MNA 38 43 .469 8.0
2008 New York NYA 39 48 .448 10.0
2008 Chicago CHA 42 54 .438 11.5
2008 Philadelphia PHN 40 53 .430 12.0



OVERALL RECORD
Team WON LOST PCT HOME ROAD LEFT RIGHT EXTRA 1-RUN LAST 10 STREAK
ANA 54 30 .643 26-22 28- 8 16- 9 38-21 7- 3 14- 5 6-4 Won 2
ARN 57 30 .655 30-18 27-12 20- 9 37-21 4- 4 16- 8 4-6 Lost 1
ATN 30 63 .323 16-29 14-34 6-20 24-43 3- 7 6-16 2-8 Lost 1
BOA 37 56 .398 17-28 20-28 12-15 25-41 1- 3 9-13 3-7 Lost 6
CHA 42 54 .438 17-25 25-29 13-13 29-41 6- 5 16-12 4-6 Lost 4
CLA 43 32 .573 24-15 19-17 10-11 33-21 2- 4 13-10 6-4 Won 1
FLN 38 56 .404 16-23 22-33 13-15 25-41 2- 4 14-15 3-7 Lost 1
HON 27 51 .346 18-33 9-18 7-13 20-38 2- 4 11- 8 5-5 Won 1
KCA 53 25 .679 20-13 33-12 19- 4 34-21 5- 1 13-11 8-2 Won 2
LAN 43 32 .573 19-23 24- 9 12- 7 31-25 3- 4 9- 9 4-6 Lost 3
MNA 38 43 .469 18-24 20-19 14-13 24-30 0- 6 13- 9 5-5 Lost 1
NYA 39 48 .448 20-31 19-17 11-14 28-34 9- 6 16-15 8-2 Won 3
OAA 51 33 .607 25-20 26-13 15-10 36-23 4- 4 11-12 6-4 Lost 3
PHN 40 53 .430 20-16 20-37 17-14 23-39 4- 3 10-20 5-5 Won 1
PIN 54 39 .581 25-14 29-25 20- 9 34-30 7- 6 15-18 7-3 Won 1
SEA 56 37 .602 28-20 28-17 12-10 44-27 6- 3 17-12 6-4 Lost 2
SFN 42 45 .483 21-18 21-27 13-15 29-30 6- 6 8-16 5-5 Won 1
SLN 52 41 .559 25-23 27-18 20-13 32-28 2- 7 13-19 5-5 Won 1
TOA 48 33 .593 22-20 26-13 11-11 37-22 10- 3 15- 8 8-2 Lost 1
WAN 24 67 .264 9-37 15-30 7-23 17-44 1- 1 8-11 3-7 Lost 1
TOTAL 868 868 .500

TEAM -APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT+ InDiv OutDiv InterLg
ANA 19- 9 24- 7 8-11 3- 3 0- 0 0- 0 25-11 15- 6 14-13
ARN 20- 8 21-10 16-11 0- 1 0- 0 0- 0 26-13 16- 5 15-12
ATN 13-15 5-26 10-15 2- 7 0- 0 0- 0 15-24 6-18 9-21
BOA 7-21 17-14 10-17 3- 4 0- 0 0- 0 19-26 7- 8 11-22
CHA 13-15 12-19 12-15 5- 5 0- 0 0- 0 17-25 13- 8 12-21
CLA 14-11 18-10 9-10 2- 1 0- 0 0- 0 19-14 9- 6 15-12
FLN 12-16 11-21 11-17 4- 2 0- 0 0- 0 15-33 10-11 13-12
HON 7-21 9-19 11-11 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 11-31 4- 8 12-12
KCA 15-10 20-11 17- 4 1- 0 0- 0 0- 0 20- 7 9- 3 24-15
LAN 16-12 18-10 9-10 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 22-14 4- 8 17-10
MNA 10-15 14-17 13- 9 1- 2 0- 0 0- 0 19-14 8- 4 11-25
NYA 13-12 11-20 12-13 3- 3 0- 0 0- 0 19-23 6- 9 14-16
OAA 18-10 17-11 10-11 6- 1 0- 0 0- 0 28-17 8- 4 15-12
PHN 11-17 14-17 12-15 3- 4 0- 0 0- 0 21-27 8-10 11-16
PIN 17-11 15-13 16-14 6- 1 0- 0 0- 0 24-21 7- 2 23-16
SEA 15-13 16-12 21- 9 4- 3 0- 0 0- 0 26-22 7- 5 23-10
SFN 14-14 14-17 10-11 4- 3 0- 0 0- 0 17-22 3- 6 22-17
SLN 15-13 20- 8 12-15 5- 5 0- 0 0- 0 32-19 4-11 16-11
TOA 16-12 17-14 15- 7 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 19-11 11- 7 18-15
WAN 9-19 6-23 8-17 1- 8 0- 0 0- 0 11-31 4-20 9-16


WINS ARE ACROSS, LOSSES ARE DOWN:

TEAM ANA ARN ATN BOA CHA CLA FLN HON KCA LAN MNA NYA OAA PHN PIN SEA SFN SLN
ANA - 4 5 2 0 1 6 3 0 3 1 0 1 2 1 12 6 2
ARN 2 - 5 6 4 2 0 0 2 0 0 5 4 2 8 2 1 5
ATN 1 1 - 2 2 1 1 6 3 4 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 0
BOA 1 3 1 - 3 0 3 3 2 0 2 0 3 2 6 0 1 0
CHA 0 2 1 3 - 1 1 3 1 1 1 6 2 1 0 0 2 9
CLA 2 1 5 0 2 - 7 3 0 0 3 1 1 2 4 3 7 1
FLN 3 0 5 0 2 2 - 0 1 2 2 5 0 1 1 4 6 0
HON 3 0 6 3 0 0 0 - 1 1 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 0
KCA 0 1 6 4 2 3 5 5 - 6 2 5 3 2 0 1 0 3
LAN 0 0 5 0 5 0 1 11 3 - 5 0 0 2 1 3 0 0
MNA 2 0 0 4 5 0 1 2 1 1 - 4 0 6 1 0 1 4
NYA 0 1 3 0 6 2 1 2 1 0 2 - 0 8 0 1 2 3
OAA 2 2 2 12 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 - 2 5 0 3 5
PHN 1 1 0 1 8 1 2 1 1 1 3 7 1 - 1 3 1 3
PIN 2 4 3 6 0 2 2 0 3 2 2 3 7 2 - 4 4 0
SEA 6 1 2 3 3 6 11 0 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 - 3 0
SFN 0 2 1 5 4 5 9 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 3 - 2
SLN 1 1 6 0 6 2 0 0 3 0 8 6 1 12 0 0 1 -
TOA 2 2 7 3 1 2 4 9 0 3 0 1 1 0 5 0 3 3
WAN 2 4 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 3 2 2 0 1 1

TEAM TOA WAN
ANA 4 1
ARN 1 8
ATN 2 0
BOA 0 7
CHA 2 6
CLA 1 0
FLN 2 2
HON 3 0
KCA 3 2
LAN 3 4
MNA 3 3
NYA 2 5
OAA 2 9
PHN 0 4
PIN 1 7
SEA 0 3
SFN 0 2
SLN 3 2
TOA - 2
WAN 1 -


RUNS SCORED ARE ACROSS, RUNS ALLOWED ARE DOWN:

TEAM ANA ARN ATN BOA CHA CLA FLN HON KCA LAN MNA NYA OAA PHN PIN SEA SFN SLN
ANA - 30 53 16 0 15 36 41 0 12 8 0 12 13 6 120 39 24
ARN 29 - 40 45 40 12 0 0 11 0 0 32 22 8 49 15 5 25
ATN 34 26 - 11 14 24 31 75 39 42 15 12 8 0 10 22 19 19
BOA 13 37 12 - 26 0 14 49 20 0 28 0 44 11 45 9 16 0
CHA 0 30 11 24 - 17 14 16 16 25 23 64 13 37 0 10 30 77
CLA 15 17 45 0 19 - 64 28 10 0 15 13 8 17 24 37 61 12
FLN 39 0 44 6 21 36 - 0 18 11 14 30 0 10 11 52 65 0
HON 36 0 77 37 9 6 0 - 22 47 39 21 17 13 0 0 7 0
KCA 0 7 53 42 13 21 42 54 - 46 13 33 25 19 11 8 0 21
LAN 6 0 48 0 43 0 5 85 31 - 42 0 15 6 12 39 0 0
MNA 8 0 9 37 36 8 6 44 10 23 - 16 0 64 15 5 5 43
NYA 0 17 18 0 58 14 23 35 21 0 13 - 0 47 8 14 11 23
OAA 16 17 11 85 12 9 0 17 9 19 0 0 - 20 53 12 27 45
PHN 9 4 0 12 74 14 9 14 13 10 48 53 16 - 6 20 5 51
PIN 15 38 16 61 0 17 17 0 24 14 14 16 58 7 - 30 28 0
SEA 80 9 22 29 28 47 91 0 10 40 18 16 23 32 26 - 29 0
SFN 20 8 19 34 34 65 75 18 0 0 13 11 9 8 25 30 - 15
SLN 26 16 32 0 71 17 0 0 21 0 68 40 19 74 0 0 8 -
TOA 25 13 64 15 10 17 31 86 9 27 16 19 11 0 38 0 23 32
WAN 13 36 0 32 15 0 3 0 14 29 13 8 42 18 34 6 17 13

TEAM TOA WAN
ANA 33 16
ARN 10 45
ATN 37 0
BOA 8 52
CHA 9 42
CLA 13 0
FLN 27 7
HON 58 0
KCA 25 21
LAN 37 34
MNA 25 25
NYA 19 34
OAA 18 78
PHN 0 35
PIN 33 43
SEA 0 46
SFN 16 18
SLN 35 26
TOA - 18
WAN 18 -








Monday, January 09, 2012

Webb, Duchscherer, and Lowe are 25-0 for the A's. Is 60-0 possible?




ERA W L PCT G GS CG IP H R ER HR BB SO
J.Duchscherer 2.09 9 0 1.000 10 10 2 77.1 47 18 18 10 17 46

B.Webb 2.56 10 0 1.000 14 14 4 105.1 79 32 30 7 20 88

D.Lowe 3.49 6 0 1.000 7 7 1 49.0 50 23 19 6 7 27

Oakland manager Jack Mudd said he was considering using a three man rotation. "Billy Martin did it in the early '80's and those guys all stayed perfectly healthy. The only one I would really be worried about getting injured is Derek Lowe, since he looks more like a pro bowler than a pitcher."