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All-Time Greats VI | Results
In a good matchup it was the Baltimore Starrs 7, the Stairway II team 5 at
Baltimore jumped on top to stay in the 3rd inning scoring 2 runners on 3 hits.
The critical plate appearance was by Alex Rodriguez, who made the Baltimore
fans a happy lot when he doubled bringing in two baserunners. The Stairway
II batters went down meekly in the 9th.
Pete Alexander(25-9) picked up the victory, allowing 5 runs in 7 and 2/3
innings. Alexander got relief help from Billy McCool who gained credit for
his 20th save. Eppa Rixey(11-10) took the loss. He was knocked around,
surrendering 7 runs in 6 and 2/3 innings.
The Baltimore ballclub’s record now stands at 81-65. With the loss Stairway
II now has a record of 71-75.
Right fielder Ichiro Suzuki had 3 base hits at Coors Field where the
strong Hoboken Hustlers beat the Philly Phanatics 3 by the score of 4 to
Hoboken came up with 3 runs in the 6th inning with the help of 3 hits. The
highlight belonged to Corey Hart, who made the Hoboken fans a happy lot when
he cleared the fences for a two-run home run (his 37th of the season).
Hoboken finished with 9 hits while Philly ended up with 5.
Zack Greinke(20-11) allowed 1 run in 8 innings, and picked up the victory.
Joakim Soria earned the save, his 32nd. The loss was charged to Brian
Matusz(13-5). He allowed 5 hits and no walks in 5 and 2/3 innings.
Hoboken now has a record of a division leading 89-58. With this loss, Philly
has a 4-6 record of late, 78-69 overall.
Back to the ’90s
Designated hitter Carlos Delgado had 5 hits and 4 RBI and Randy Johnson
dominated striking out 13 Jurrasic Park batters as the Wolverhampton
Wanderers outscored the Jurrasic Park Raptors 10 to 4.
Delgado made sure the Wolverhampton fans enjoyed themselves. He delivered a
one-base hit plating a run in the 1st inning, cracked a two-run shot (his 9th
of the season) in the 3rd inning, hit a single in the 4th inning, singled in
the 6th inning and ripped a base-knock knocking in a run in the 7th inning.
Wolverhampton had 19 hits overall, while Jurrasic Park had 8.
The victory was credited to Johnson(20-10) who went 7 and 1/3 innings,
allowing 2 runs. The losing pitcher was David Cone(16-18). He allowed a few
too many baserunners giving up 16 hits and 3 walks in 7 innings.
Johnson was pleased with his performance. He noted, ‘I had good zip on my
pitches. Just as important, my location was right on. The fans really got
into the game too – that always helps me. Now, if I can only do that again
in my next outing.’
Y A ripped 3 home runs at Rangers Ballpark where the Carlisle Crusaders
beat the Quebec Patriots by the score of 16 to 10.
A had a great daAt the plate. He had the crowd cheering his every move. He
launched a Grand Slam homerun in the 1st inning, smashed a two-run homer in
the 2nd inning, smashed a bases-empty ‘big-fly’ (his 36th of the season) in
the 6th inning and doubled in the 8th inning. Carlisle kept the scorekeepers
busy in the 1st inning with 5 runs on 5 hits. The Carlisle offense was
great, scoring in 7 of the 9 innings.
The victory was credited to Gil Meche(20-9) who went 6 innings, allowing 9
runs. Mike Timlin earned his 8th save. Bronson Arroyo(7-11) took the loss.
‘I was in my hotel room the other night, working on my swing and made some
adjustments,’ A said. ‘I’m always working on it. If theAre getting you out
certain ways, you’ve got to make changes.’