SATURDAY, JUNE 04, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, FRIDAY, JUNE 03, 2011
FRIDAY QUICK HITS
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES @ PITTSBURGH PIRATES
Cole Hamels did his job once again allowing one hit in eight innings. That being said would lead one to believe that the next statement would be the the winning Phillies score.
Sorry, can’t do it, because the offense failed to show once again. The Phillies lose in twelve innings 2-1. Hamels allowed one run on one hit, walked three and had four K’s. The fourth reliever for
the Phillies was Danys Baez (1-3) and he gets the loss.
The offense had six hits in twelve innings and Cole Hamels had two of them. Jimmy Rollins came up with two hits also, Placido Polanco and Chase Utley had one each and that’s all folks. Tough to win with a hit every other inning.
Jeff Karstens got the start for the Pirates and pitched seven innings giving up one run on four hits with no walks and two K’s. The Pirates fourth reliever Daniel Moskos gets the win, his first of the season and is now 1-0.
Jose Tabata was one for five with two RBI. The Pirates actually had one less hit than the Phillies, five for the night, and neither team had an extra base hit in the game.
The Phillies have now lost three games in a row for the second time this year. Their record is now 34-23. Pittsburgh has won three of their last four games and their record stands at 27-29.
SCORES, FRIDAY, JUNE 03, 2011
Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 2 Toronto 8 Baltimore 4 Texas 11 Cleveland 2 Milwaukee 6 Florida 5 Atlanta 6 N.Y. Mets 3 Oakland 6 Boston 8 L.A. Dodgers 1 Cincinnati 2 Detroit 4 Chi. White Sox 6 Minnesota 5 Kansas City 2 Chi. Cubs 1 St. Louis 6 Washington 0 Arizona 4 Houston 1 San Diego 3 N.Y. Yankees 2 L.A. Angels 3 Tampa Bay 0 Seattle 7 Colorado 1 San Francisco 3
SCHEDULE, SATURDAY, JUNE 04, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:10 pm_ Oakland_ Boston_ CSNCalifornia_ NESN_ Trevor Cahill_ Josh Beckett 4:10 pm_ L.A. Dodgers_ Cincinnati___ FOX___ Clayton Kershaw_ Johnny Cueto 4:10 pm_ Chi. Cubs_ St. Louis___ FOX___ Randy Wells_ Kyle Lohse 4:10 pm_ Colorado_ San Francisco_ FOX_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_Jhoulys Chacin_ Madison Bumgarner 4:10 pm_ Tampa Bay_ Seattle_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Jeremy Hellickson_ Doug Fister 7:05 pm_ Toronto_ Baltimore_ RSN_ MASN_ Ricky Romero_ Jake Arrieta 7:05 pm_ Texas_ Cleveland_ FOX Sports Southwest_ STO Network_ Derek Holland_ Fausto Carmona 7:05 pm_ Philadelphia_ Pittsburgh_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ Kyle Kendrick_ Charlie Morton 7:10 pm_ Milwaukee_ Florida_ FOX Sports Wisc_ FOX Sports Florida_ Yovani Gallardo_ Chris Volstad 7:10 pm_ Detroit_ Chi. White Sox_ WGN_ FOX Sports Detroit_ Justin Verlander_ Edwin Jackson 7:10 pm_ Minnesota_ Kansas City_ FOX Sports North_ FOX Sports Kansas City_ Nick Blackburn_ Luke Hochevar 7:10 pm_ Atlanta_ N.Y. Mets_ SportSouth-Atlanta_ SNY_ Jair Jurrjens_ Dillon Gee 8:10 pm_ Washington_ Arizona_ MASN2_ FOX Sports Arizona_ Livan Hernandez_ Joe Saunders 8:35 pm_ Houston_ San Diego_ MLB_ FOX Sports Houston_ Ch. 4 Padres_ Aneury Rodriguez_ Aaron Harang 9:05 pm_ N.Y. Yankees_ L.A. Angels_ MLB_ YES Network_ FOX Sports West_ CC Sabathia_ Dan Haren