All-Time Greats VI | Results
Designated hitter Joe Charboneau had 2 base hits and Bob Gibson hurled a 5
hitter as the Mountain Mudpuppies outscored the Tidewater Tides 3 in 11
innings 3 to 2.
The game was deadlocked at 2 after nine full innings. Mountain was victorious
in the 11th inning. Bob Allison smashed a bases-empty ‘big-fly’ (his 1st of
the season) making Mountain victorious to the delight of the the home town
crowd. Mountain finished with just 6 hits in the victory.
Gibson(1-1), allowing 2 runs for the game, picked up the victory. Dick
Selma(0-1) was hit with the loss in relief. Gibson was jubilant in the
hometown clubhouse, ‘It was a lot of fun out there. The fans gave me a lot
of support as did my teammates. We got the victory and I’ll sure take 14
C.C. Sabathia(20-10), with relief help from Craig Breslow, blanked Milwaukee
while the San Francisco Titans scored 6 runs in a day game at AT&T Park
Sabathia delivered a fine performance for San Francisco. He allowed 3 hits
and 3 walks in 6 and 1/3 innings. Sabathia racked up 9 strikeouts. San
Francisco had 9 hits overall, while Milwaukee had 4.
Sabathia got help from Breslow who was credited with his 4th save. Jon
Lester(17-11) suffered the loss. San Francisco now has a record of 69-83.
With this loss, Milwaukee has a 5-5 record of late, 74-78 overall.
Back to the ’90s
Right fielder Manny Ramirez lofted one into the ‘cheap seats’ at Bank One
Ballpark where the spring time birds beat the New Jersey Joust 4 to
Roger Clemens(20-10) pitched well for spring time in their victory. He went 8
innings allowing 5 hits and 4 walks. spring time finished with 12 hits while
New Jersey ended up with 5.
Clemens got relief help from Gregg Olson who gained credit for his 17th save.
The loss was charged to Brad Radke(10-7). He was knocked around by spring
time, allowing 12 hits and 3 walks in 8 and 1/3 innings.