Daily Archives: June 19, 2011
SWB L 0-2
No runs for Scranton today. Taking the loss was Carlos Silva who went 4.2 innings giving up two homeruns. His record now moves to 2-1.
Trenton W 10-8
Trenton scored their first run of the game in the top of the 2nd when Cody Johnson hit a solo shot. Johnson came up in the top of 4th and doubled in another run. In the top of the 8th Trenton scored 5 runs 2 came when Kruml homered scoring Baker. Getting the win in relief was Halsey.
Charleston W 7-4
No homeruns in this came but lots of doubles from De Leon, K (10), Flores (13), Murphy, JR (23), Feliz (14), Segedin (15). Getting the win in the relief was Burawa.
Staten Island L 5-3
Cito Culver had two RBI’s on two outs. The most important part of the game though was that Phil Hughes started he went 4.1 innings striking out 7 and giving up one homerun.
For an article on Phil Hughes start click his name.
|Gardner LF||Johnson CF|
|Granderson CF||Castro SS|
|Teixeira 1B||Baker 1B|
|Rodriguez 3B||Ramirez 3B|
|Cano 2B||Soriano LF|
|Swisher RF||Soto C|
|Martin C||Montanez RF|
|Nunez SS||LeMahieu 2B|
|Sabathia P||Wells P|
C.C Sabathia (8-4, 3.28 ERA) vs. Randy Wells (1-1, 5.63 ERA)
Enjoy the game.
Phil Hughes (dead arm) threw 61 pitches during a rehab start for Single-A Staten Island on Sunday.
Alex Rodriguez has been battling a left shoulder injury of unknown severity for the past couple of weeks, according to Yankees manager Joe Girardi.
|Rodriguez, Al, 3B||4||1||2||0||1||1||0||.282|
|Rivera, Ma, P||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||.000|
|Nunez, E, SS||4||1||2||1||0||1||3||.257|
|Burnett, AJ, P||2||0||0||0||0||2||1||.000|
|Burnett, AJ(W, 7-5)||5.1||4||2||2||3||8||1||4.05|
|Rivera, Ma(S, 17)||1.0||2||1||1||0||1||1||1.98|
From MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch:
CHICAGO — The baseball nestled securely in Russell Martin’s glove, promising just enough time to realize that he was milliseconds away from a collision, and that there had better be a brace for impact.
So Martin tried to use the momentum of Carlos Pena’s charging steps against him, applying a tag during an inevitable hit. Martin kept the ball, and the Yankees held on for a 4-3 victory over the Cubs on Saturday.