SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2011: SCHEDULE-STARTING PITCHERS- TV
SCORES, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 2011
SATURDAY QUICK HITS
PITTSBURGH PIRATES @ PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
Where to start?
The Phillies activated Placido Polanco from the disabled list which he was on since July 5th. They sent Domonic Brown and Andrew
Carpenter to Triple-A and in so doing they also made room for their new All-Star right fielder Hunter Pence.
All that set the stage for their second game against Pittsburgh.
Cliff Lee on the mound, Polanco back at third and Hunter Pence playing his first game as a Philadelphia Philly in right field. All the other starters were in place too and as a team, they beat the Pirates 7-4.
Lee pitched 7.2 innings allowing four runs on eight hits walking two with eleven K’S. Cliff got his tenth win and is now 10-7 this season. Ryan Madson pitched a perfect- perfect ninth, striking out the side for his eighteenth save.
The Phillies offense had Lee’s back all night, they scored seven runs on sixteen hits. Raul Ibanez was the only player not to have at least one hit. Everyone else including Cliff Lee was in on the hitting barrage.
Ryan Howard was four for four with a walk. He hit his 21st home run, had two doubles and three RBI. Jimmy Rollins nailed his thirteenth homer of the season. New addition Hunter Pence had a single and one RBI.
Pittsburgh starter James McDonald (7-5) went five innings giving up five runs on ten hits, walked two and had five K’s. McDonald gets the loss.
Philadelphia goes for the sweep Sunday, up 2-0 in the series. The Phillies are now 67-39 and the Pirates 54-51.
SCORES, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 2011
Baltimore 3 N.Y. Yankees 8 GAME 1 Texas 3 Toronto 0 L.A. Angels 5 Detroit 1
Chi. Cubs 5 St. Louis 13
Tampa Bay 2 Seattle 3
Kansas City 2 Cleveland 5
N.Y. Mets 0 Washington 3
Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 7
Baltimore 3 N.Y. Yankees 17 GAME 2 Boston 10 Chi. White Sox 2
Florida 1 Atlanta 5
San Francisco 2 Cincinnati 7
Houston 2 Milwaukee 6 Colorado 10 San Diego 6
Minnesota 3 Oakland 8 Arizona 6 L.A. Dodgers 4
SCHEDULE, SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2011
STARTING PITCHERS (PROBABLE)
Time_ Away_ Home__ TV__ Away Starter__ Home Starter
1:05 pm_ L.A. Angels_ Detroit_ KCOP_ FOX Sports Detroit_ Jered Weaver_ Justin Verlander
1:05 pm_ Kansas City_ Cleveland_ FOX Sports Kansas City_ STO Network_ Kyle Davies_ Fausto Carmona
1:05 pm_ Baltimore_ N.Y. Yankees_ MASN_ YES Network_ Jake Arrieta_ Freddy Garcia
1:07 pm_ Texas_ Toronto_ FOX Sports Southwest_ RSN_ C.J. Wilson_ Brandon Morrow
1:10 pm_ San Francisco_ Cincinnati_ CSNBayArea_ FOX Sports OH_ Barry Zito_ Johnny Cueto
1:35 pm_ Florida_ Atlanta_ FOX Sports Florida_ FOX Sports South_ Ricky Nolasco_ Tommy Hanson
1:35 pm_ N.Y. Mets_ Washington_ WPIX_ MASN2_ Jonathon Niese_ Jordan Zimmermann
1:35 pm_ Pittsburgh_ Philadelphia_ Root Sports-Pittsburgh_ WB 17_ Jeff Karstens_ Vance Worley
2:10 pm_ Boston_ Chi. White Sox_ TBS_ NESN_ CSNChicago_ Andrew Miller_ Mark Buehrle
2:10 pm_ Houston_ Milwaukee_ FOX Sports Wisc_ Brett Myers_ Chris Narveson
4:05 pm_ Colorado_ San Diego_ Root Sports-Rocky Mountain_ Ch. 4 Padres_ Juan Nicasio_ Dustin Moseley
4:05 pm_ Minnesota_ Oakland_ FOX Sports North_ CSNCalifornia_ Carl Pavano_ Brandon McCarthy
4:10 pm_ Tampa Bay_ Seattle_ Sun Sports_ Root Sports-Northwest_ Jeremy Hellickson_ Jason Vargas
4:10 pm_ Arizona_ L.A. Dodgers_ FOX Sports Arizona_ FOX Sports Prime Ticket_ Joe Saunders_ Rubby De La Rosa
8:05 pm_ Chi. Cubs_ St. Louis__ ESPN__ Ryan Dempster Jake Westbrook