SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011: SCHEDULE- STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 2011
SATURDAY QUICK HITS
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES @ SEATTLE MARINERS
Not exactly household names yet but rapidly becoming part of the Phillies family, Worley, Stutes and Bastardo teamed up to
hold the Mariners to just one run through eight innings. The trio gave up one run on five hits walked four and had 6 Ks. Ryan Madson pitched the ninth giving up a hit and that was it for the Mariners in the final inning and the Phillies take the win 5-1.
Vance Worley started the game and left after five good innings
with the score tied at one. Michael Stutes (1-0) took over in the sixth and gets the first win in his career. Shane Victorino went deep again and nailed his eighth homer of the year.
Victorino had four RBI two from the homer and another two
from a double in the seventh inning. Shane missed the cycle by not having a single he was three for four with a double, triple and home run. Jimmy Rollins had a good night going three for four and Ryan Howard and Raul Ibanez each added two hits for the Phillies, in their twelve hit attack.
The Mariners started Felix Hernandez (7-6) and he lasted seven innings, giving up three runs on eight hits and taking the loss.
Philadelphia records win number 45 and are 45-27. The Mariners are one game above .500 are now 36-35.
SCORES, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 2011
Baltimore 2 Washington 4 N.Y. Yankees 4 Chi. Cubs 3 Texas 5 Atlanta 4
Pittsburgh 1 Cleveland 5
L.A. Angels 1 N.Y. Mets 6 Milwaukee 4 Boston 2
Florida 4 Tampa Bay 7 Toronto 4 Cincinnati 0
San Diego 0 Minnesota 1
Kansas City 4 St. Louis 5 Chi. White Sox 6 Arizona 2
Detroit 4 Colorado 5
San Francisco 2 Oakland 4 Houston 7 L.A. Dodgers 0 Philadelphia 5 Seattle 1
SCHEDULE, SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:05 pm_ Pittsburgh_ Cleveland_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ STO Network_ Jeff Karstens_ Justin Masterson
1:10 pm_ L.A. Angels_ N.Y. Mets_ FOX Sports West_ WPIX_ Tyler Chatwood_ Jonathon Niese
1:10 pm_ Toronto_ Cincinnati_ RSN_ FOX Sports OH_ Carlos Villanueva_ Bronson Arroyo
1:35 pm_ Texas_ Atlanta_ FOX Sports Southwest_ Alexi Ogando_ Jair Jurrjens
1:35 pm_ Milwaukee_ Boston_ TBS_ FOX Sports Wisc_ NESN_ Yovani Gallardo_ Tim Wakefield
1:35 pm_ Baltimore_ Washington_ MASN2_ MASN_ Chris Jakubauskas_ Tom Gorzelanny
1:40 pm_ Florida_ Tampa Bay_ FOX Sports Florida_ Sun Sports_ Chris Volstad_ James Shields
2:10 pm_ San Diego_ Minnesota_ Ch. 4 Padres_ FOX Sports North_ Dustin Moseley_ Francisco Liriano
2:15 pm_ Kansas City_ St. Louis_ FOX Sports Kansas City_ FOX Sports Midwest_ Danny Duffy_ Jaime Garcia
3:10 pm_ Detroit_ Colorado_ FOX Sports Detroit_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_ Justin Verlander_ Aaron Cook
4:05 pm_ San Francisco_ Oakland_ CSNBayArea_ CSNCalifornia_ Matt Cain_ Trevor Cahill
4:10 pm_ Houston_ L.A. Dodgers_ FOX Sports Houston_ FOX Sports Prime Ticket_ Bud Norris_ Hiroki Kuroda
4:10 pm_ Philadelphia_ Seattle_ WB 17_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Cole Hamels_ Jason Vargas
4:10 pm_ Chi. White Sox_ Arizona_ CSNChicago_ FOX Sports Arizona_ Philip Humber_ Josh Collmenter
8:05 pm_ N.Y. Yankees_ Chi. Cubs___ ESPN___CC Sabathia Randy Wells