WEDNESDAY, JUNE 08, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, TUESDAY, JUNE 07, 2011
TUESDAY QUICK HITS
L.A. DODGERS @ PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
Game two in the series and the Phillies sent Roy Oswalt to the mound to do battle with Dodgers rookie Rubby De La Rosa. The rookie lasted five innings and left with a 4-1 lead. Oswalt lasted six innings and left the game with the Phillies losing 4-1. Oswalt had a minor off night allowing four runs on eight hits, walking two with only one strikeout. The Dodger rookie gave up one run on four hits but walked five and struck out four. The walks could have spelled disaster for him but once again the Phillies offense could not capitalize and ended up with a lone run against him. The final score was 6-2 in game that the Phillies lost and sorry to say, deserved to lose.
The Phillies managed two runs on a total of five hits and they had two errors. Wilson Valdez was two for four and Utley, Ibanez, and Ruiz each had one hit. Once again for the the offense ‘that’s
To add to the Phillies woes Oswalt (3-4) has now lost his fourth straight game and has no wins since April 21. Cole Hamels will take the mound on Wednesday for the Phillies in game three and I’m looking for everyone to show up.
Rubby De La Rosa (2-0) gets the win. The Dodgers had ten hits including a homer from Matt Kemp his seventeenth of the season. Dee Gordon went three for five. L.A also had two doubles one each from Matt Kemp and Juan Uribe.
The Phillies have now lost five of six and go to 36-25, the Dodgers are 29-33.
SCORES, TUESDAY, JUNE 07, 2011
Minnesota 0 Cleveland 1 Oakland 0 Baltimore 4 Arizona 5 Pittsburgh 8 Boston 6 N.Y. Yankees 4 L.A. Dodgers 6 Philadelphia 2 Chi. Cubs 2 Cincinnati 8 Atlanta 1 Florida 0 St. Louis 7 Houston 4 Detroit 8 Texas 1 Toronto 8 Kansas City 5 N.Y. Mets 2 Milwaukee 1 Seattle 1 Chi. White Sox 5 Colorado 0 San Diego 2 Tampa Bay 4 L.A. Angels 1 Washington 2 San Francisco 1
SCHEDULE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 08, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
12:05 pm_ Minnesota_ Cleveland_ FOX Sports North_ Carl Pavano_ Justin Masterson 12:35 pm_ Chi. Cubs_ Cincinnati_ CSNChicago_ Ryan Dempster_ Bronson Arroyo 3:45 pm_ Washington_ San Francisco_ MASN_ CSNBayArea_ Yunesky Maya_ Matt Cain 6:35 pm_ Colorado_ San Diego_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_ Aaron Cook_ Dustin Moseley 7:05 pm_ L.A. Dodgers_ Philadelphia_ KCAL_ CSNPhiladelphia_ Hiroki Kuroda_ Cole Hamels 7:05 pm_ Oakland_ Baltimore_ CSNCalifornia_ MASN2_ Josh Outman_ Zach Britton 7:05 pm_ Arizona_ Pittsburgh_ FOX Sports Arizona_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ Zach Duke_ Paul Maholm 7:05 pm_ Boston_ N.Y. Yankees_ NESN_ YES Network_ Tim Wakefield_ A.J. Burnett 7:10 pm_ Atlanta_ Florida_ SportSouth-Atlanta_ FOX Sports Florida_ Derek Lowe_ Ricky Nolasco 8:05 pm_ Detroit_ Texas_ FOX Sports Detroit_ FOX Sports Southwest_ Phil Coke_ Alexi Ogando 8:05 pm_ St. Louis_ Houston_ FOX Sports Midwest_ FOX Sports Houston_ Jaime Garcia_ Bud Norris 8:10 pm_ Toronto_ Kansas City_ RSN_ FOX Sports Kansas City_ Carlos Villanueva_ Danny Duffy 8:10 pm_ N.Y. Mets_ Milwaukee_ SNY_ FOX Sports Wisc_ Mike Pelfrey_ Randy Wolf 8:10 pm_ Seattle_ Chi. White Sox_ Root Sports-Northwest_ CSNChicago_ Jason Vargas_ Gavin Floyd 10:05 pm_ Tampa Bay_ L.A. Angels_ Sun Sports_ FOX Sports West_ James Shields_ Jered Weaver