MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
SUNDAY QUICK HITS
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES @ NEW YORK METS
The Phillies rested a few of their starters and youngster Vance Worley started on the mound. They were looking for better ending but it did not happen as the Mets beat them 9-5. Ryan Howard got his first day off this season, Chase Utley
and Carlos Ruiz rested as well and Shane Victorino is still on the DL. So with half of their starters not playing things did not go too well.
Vance got his fourth start and the rookie with the loss is 2-1. The Mets nailed him early and often, scoring eight runs, five earned, on twelve hits in three short innings. New York managed five more hits and one run in the next five innings.
Jose Reyes went four for five, with two of those hits triples. Daniel Murphy was three for five and Josh Thole three for four. In all the Mets had seventeen hits.
Reyes now leads the majors with eight triples, this was his third game with two triples.
Jonathon Niese (4-5) pitched 6.1 innings allowing just one run on five hits, walked four and struck out six for the win. Reliever Taylor Buchhotz gave up three runs and Pedro Beato one in closing it out for New York.
The Phillies collected eleven hits and scored five runs. Jimmy Rollins, Ben Francisco and Dane Sardinha were all two for four. Raul Ibanez hit a solo shot for his seventh homer of the year.
Philadelphia won two of three in New York and are 33-20, New York with the win improve to 24-28
SCORES, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
Boston 4 Detroit 3 GAME 1
Chi. White Sox 4 Toronto 13
Philadelphia 5 N.Y. Mets 9 San Diego 5 Washington 4
Cleveland 0 Tampa Bay 7 Arizona 4 Houston 2
San Francisco 0 Milwaukee 6 L.A. Angels 6 Minnesota 5
Pittsburgh 2 Chi. Cubs 3
Kansas City 6 Texas 7 St. Louis 4 Colorado 3
Baltimore 4 Oakland 6 N.Y. Yankees 7 Seattle 1
Florida 0 L.A. Dodgers 8
Cincinnati 1 Atlanta 2
Boston 0 Detroit 3GAME 2
SCHEDULE, MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:05 pm_ Minnesota_ Detroit_ MLB_ FOX Sports North_ FOX Sports Detroit_ Nick Blackburn_ Brad Penny
1:05 pm_ Philadelphia_ Washington_ CSNPhiladelphia_ MASN_ Roy Halladay_ Livan Hernandez
1:05 pm_ San Diego_ Atlanta_ MLB_ Ch. 4 Padres_ SportSouth-Atlanta_ Aaron Harang_ Tim Hudson
2:20 pm_ Houston_ Chi. Cubs_ WGN_ FOX Sports Houston_ Aneury Rodriguez_ Rodrigo Lopez
4:05 pm_ N.Y. Yankees_ Oakland_ YES Network_ CSNCalifornia_ Bartolo Colon_ Trevor Cahill
4:10 pm_ Baltimore_ Seattle_ MASN2_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Jake Arrieta_ Doug Fister
4:10 pm_ L.A. Angels_ Kansas City_ FOX Sports West_ FOX Sports Kansas City_ Ervin Santana_ Luke Hochevar
4:15 pm_ San Francisco_ St. Louis_ CSNBayArea_ FOX Sports Midwest_ Madison Bumgarner_ Kyle McClellan
6:40 pm_ Texas_ Tampa Bay_ FOX Sports Southwest_ Sun Sports_ Derek Holland_ Wade Davis
7:07 pm_ Cleveland_ Toronto_ STO Network_ RSN_ Fausto Carmona_ Jo-Jo Reyes
7:10 pm_ Milwaukee_ Cincinnati_ MLB_ FOX Sports Wisc_ FOX Sports OH_ Chris Narveson_ Travis Wood
7:10 pm_ Chi. White Sox_ Boston_ MLB_ CSNChicago_ NESN_ Jake Peavy_ Jon Lester
7:10 pm_ Pittsburgh_ N.Y. Mets_Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ SNY_ Charlie Morton_ Dillon Gee
8:10 pm_ Florida_ Arizona_ FOX Sports Florida_ FOX Sports Arizona_ Chris Volstad_ Joe Saunders
8:10 pm_ Colorado_ L.A. Dodgers_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_ FOX Sports Prime Ticket_ Jason Hammel_ Chad Billingsley