SATURDAY, MAY 28, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
FRIDAY QUICK HITS
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES @ NEW YORK METS
The Phillies started a nine game road trip with their first stop being against the Mets. Roy Oswalt got the start for the Phillies and went six innings giving up just two runs, one earned, on nine hits with two K’s. Antonio Bastardo (3-0) pitched the eighth and picked up the win. Ryan Madson came on in the ninth and picked up his tenth save in the 6-4 win.
Jimmy Rollins went two for four with three RBI. Rollins had his tenth double of the year and with the three RBI now has eighteen this season. Oswalt collected his first RBI of the year on a single. Another good sign for the Phillies was Domonic Brown who came in as a pinch hitter and went two for two with one RBI and two runs scored.
Mets starter Chris Capuano pitched six strong innings allowing two runs on four hits, walked one and had eight K’s. Francisco Rodriguez (1-1) gets the loss lasting 0.2 innings allowing three runs on five hits for the Mets.
Jose Reyes was two for five with three runs scored and Justin Turner went four for five with one RBI. In all the Mets totaled fourteen hits but scored just four runs.
With the win the Phillies go to 32-19 and the Mets are now 23-27.
The Hall of Fame in Cooperstown will be the resting place for Wilson Valdez’s cap from the game against Cincinnati on Wednesday.
As I reported before he pitched a scoreless 19th inning for the win and became the first player to start a game in the field and get the win as a pitcher, since Babe Ruth in 1921.
SCORES, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
Pittsburgh 4 Chi. Cubs 2 Boston 6 Detroit 3
San Diego 1 Washington 2
Chi. White Sox 2 Toronto 4 Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Mets 4
Cleveland 0 Tampa Bay 5 Cincinnati 5 Atlanta 1 Arizona 7 Houston 6 Kansas City 12 Texas 7 L.A. Angels 6 Minnesota 5 San Francisco 5 Milwaukee 4 St. Louis 10 Colorado 3
Baltimore 2 Oakland 6
N.Y. Yankees 3 Seattle 4
Florida 2 L.A. Dodgers 3
SCHEDULE, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:05 pm_ San Diego_ Washington_ Ch. 4 Padres_ MASN_ Tim Stauffer_ Jordan Zimmermann
1:05 pm_ Pittsburgh_ Chi. Cubs_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ CSNChicago_ Paul Maholm_ Randy Wells
1:07 pm_ Chi. White Sox_ Toronto_ WGN_ SNET_ Edwin Jackson_ Carlos Villanueva
4:10 pm_ San Francisco_ Milwaukee_ MLB_ CSNBayArea_ WMLW_ Jonathan Sanchez_ Randy Wolf
4:10 pm_ Cleveland_ Tampa Bay_ MLB_ STO Network_ Sun Sports_ Carlos Carrasco_ James Shields
7:05 pm_ Arizona_ Houston___ Zach Duke_ Wandy Rodriguez
7:10 pm_ Kansas City_ Texas_ FOX_ Sean O’Sullivan_ Matt Harrison
7:10 pm_ Cincinnati_ Atlanta_ FOX_ Bronson Arroyo_ Derek Lowe
7:10 pm_ St. Louis_ Colorado_ FOX_ Jaime Garcia_ Juan Nicasio
7:10 pm_ Boston_ Detroit_ FOX_ NESN_Clay Buchholz_ Andrew Oliver
7:10 pm_ L.A. Angels_ Minnesota_ FOX_ Jered Weaver_ Francisco Liriano
7:10 pm_ Philadelphia_ N.Y. Mets_ FOX_ Cole Hamels_ Mike Pelfrey
10:05 pm_ Baltimore_ Oakland_ MASN_ CSNCalifornia_ Brad Bergesen_ Josh Outman
10:10 pm_ Florida_ L.A. Dodgers_ MLB_ FOX Sports Florida_ FOX Sports Prime Ticket_ Brian Sanches_ Hiroki Kuroda
10:10 pm_ N.Y. Yankees_ Seattle_ MLB_ YES Network_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Ivan Nova_ Felix Hernandez