SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2011
SATURDAY QUICK HITS
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES @ ATLANTA BRAVES
The Phillies tried but could not get it done and lost to the Braves 5-3. Jair Jurrjens pitched a perfect game into the sixth inning. He gets the win and is currently 5-0 on the season. Jurrjens pitched 7.1 innings giving up three runs on three hits, striking out six and allowing one walk. Craig Kimbrel gets his ninth save of the year, walking one with two K’s and no hits in the ninth inning.
Martin Prado hit his sixth home run and Nate McLouth his third of the season. Prado finishes the day with two hits and three RBI he was two for four with a walk.
Joe Blanton started for the Phillies and gave up just two runs on five hits in five innings. Both runs were the result of two solo home runs. Blanton gets the loss and is now 1-2.
The Phillies scored three runs on only three hits in the game.Shane Victorino was 0-3 and had his fifteen game hitting streak come to an end. Shane also left the game in the eighth inning with a sore right hamstring.
The Phillies record is 25-13, Atlanta 22-19.
BALTIMORE ORIOLES @ TAMPA BAY RAYS
The Orioles blanked the Rays 6-0 and Brad Bergesen threw a four hitter for his first major league shutout. Bergesen pitched all nine innings and allowed no runs, giving up just four hits, one
walk and five strike outs. This was Brad’s first win against four losses this season.
Jake Fox and Mark Reynolds homered for Baltimore. Nick Markakis went two for three with two walks. Derek Lee, Vladimir Guerrero and Adam Jones all doubled for the O’s. The Orioles scored six runs on eleven hits with six walks.
Wade Davis (4-3) got the start and loss for Tampa. Davis pitched 5.1 innings and gave up four runs on seven hits with three walks and three K’s. The offense could only come up with four hits against the Orioles.
Tampa Bay has a record of 23-16 and the Orioles are now 18-20.
SCORES, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2011
Florida 1 Washington 0
Seattle_ Cleveland_ POSTPONED
Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 5 San Diego 9 Colorado 7
Chi. White Sox 2 Oakland 6
N.Y. Mets 3 Houston 7 L.A. Angels 3 Texas 2
Kansas City 0 Detroit 3 Toronto 9 Minnesota 3 Baltimore 6 Tampa Bay 0
Pittsburgh 2 Milwaukee 8
St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 7 Boston 6 N.Y. Yankees 0
Arizona 1 L.A. Dodgers 0 San Francisco 3 Chi. Cubs 0
SCHEDULE, SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:05 pm_ Seattle_ Cleveland_ Root Sports-Northwest_ STO Network_ Michael Pineda_ Josh Tomlin
1:05 pm_ Kansas City_ Detroit_ FSNKansas City_ FSNDetroit_ Kyle Davies_ Max Scherzer
1:10 pm_ St. Louis_ Cincinnati_ FSNMidwest_ FSNOhio_ Chris Carpenter_ Travis Wood
1:35 pm_ Philadelphia_ Atlanta_ WPHL-17_ FSNSouth_ Roy Halladay_ Tim Hudson
1:35 pm_ Florida_ Washington_ FSNFlorida-Miami_ MASN2_ Javier Vazquez_ Jason Marquis
1:40 pm_ Baltimore_ Tampa Bay_ MASN Sun Sports_ Jake Arrieta_ Andy Sonnanstine
2:05 pm_ N.Y. Mets_ Houston_ SNY_ Chris Capuano_ Aneury Rodriguez
2:10 pm_ Pittsburgh_ Milwaukee_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ FSNWisconsin_ Kevin Correia_ Zack Greinke
2:10 pm_ Toronto_ Minnesota_ SNET_ FSNNorth_ Brandon Morrow_ Brian Duensing
2:20 pm_ San Francisco_ Chi. Cubs_ CSNBayArea_ WGN_ Tim Lincecum_ Carlos Zambrano
3:05 pm_ L.A. Angels_ Texas_ FSNWest_ FSNSouthwest_ Ervin Santana_ C.J. Wilson
3:10 pm_ San Diego_ Colorado_ Ch. 4 Padres_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_ Mat Latos_ Jason Hammel
4:05 pm_ Chi. White Sox_ Oakland_ CSNChicago_ CSNCalifornia_ Mark Buehrle_ Trevor Cahill
4:10 pm_ Arizona_ L.A. Dodgers_ FSNArizona_ FSNPrime Ticket_ Ian Kennedy_ Ted Lilly
8:05 pm_ Boston_ N.Y. Yankees_ ESPN_ Jon Lester_ Freddy Garcia