Around the Majors: Potentially more problems for Bonds

1) Yesterday’s scores–

AL
Yankees 5, A’s 0
Whitesox 10, BlueJays 7
Orioles 5, Royals 3
Twins 8, Devil Rays 1
Rangers 6, Indians 1
Tigers 2, Angels 1
Mariners at Redsox–PPD

NL
Reds 11, Dodgers 3
Padres 5, Cardinals 4
Phillies 4, Cubs 1
Nationals 11, Giants 8
Marlins 4, Rockies 1
Braves 4, Astros 1
Mets 7, Brewers 5
Pirates 3, Diamondbacks 2

2) Standings–

AL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Orioles          20    9  .690   -     11-7    9-2   16-06 03-01 01-02 WON  3
Redsox           17   12  .586   3      7-4   10-8   11-10 03-01 03-01 WON  4
BlueJays         16   15  .516   5      5-8   11-7   12-10 00-02 04-03 LOST 3
Yankees          12   19  .387   9      8-11   4-8   09-14 00-00 03-05 WON  1
Devil Rays       11   20  .355  10     10-10   1-10  08-16 00-02 03-02 LOST 2

AL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Whitesox         23    7  .767   -     11-3   12-4   02-00 18-04 03-03 WON  7
Twins            18   11  .621   4 1/2  9-5    9-6   02-00 12-09 04-02 WON  3
Tigers           13   16  .448   9 1/2  6-8    7-8   02-04 10-11 01-01 WON  1
Indians          12   17  .414  10 1/2  3-8    9-9   00-00 09-13 03-04 LOST 1
Royals            7   23  .233  16      2-12   5-11  00-02 05-17 02-04 LOST 5

AL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Angels           18   12  .600   -      9-6    9-6   02-01 05-05 11-06 LOST 1
Rangers          16   15  .516   2 1/2  7-10   9-5   06-06 01-01 09-08 WON  1
A's              14   16  .467   4      7-8    7-8   05-06 02-01 07-09 LOST 1
Mariners         12   17  .414   5 1/2  4-10   8-7   00-01 06-06 06-10 LOST 6

NL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Braves           19   11  .633   -     12-5    7-6   13-09 06-02 00-00 WON  4
Marlins          17   10  .630     1/2 10-6    7-4   12-09 02-01 03-00 WON  2
Nationals        17   13  .567   2      7-6   10-7   10-12 00-00 07-01 WON  3
Mets             17   14  .548   2 1/2 11-5    6-9   12-11 05-03 00-00 WON  4
Phillies         14   17  .452   5 1/2  6-7    8-10  09-15 04-01 01-01 WON  2

NL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Cardinals        18   11  .621   -      8-8   10-3   02-04 16-04 00-03 LOST 3
Brewers          14   15  .483   4      8-8    6-7   00-02 12-10 02-03 LOST 2
Cubs             12   17  .414   6      6-7    6-10  00-02 10-11 02-04 LOST 7
Pirates          12   17  .414   6      3-9    9-8   00-00 08-11 04-06 WON  1
Reds             11   18  .379   7      8-7    3-11  04-02 06-15 01-01 WON  1
Astros           11   18  .379   7     10-5    1-13  01-07 10-11 00-00 LOST 5

NL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Dodgers          18   11  .621   -      9-5    9-6   01-02 03-01 14-08 LOST 1
Diamondbacks     18   13  .581   1     12-6    6-7   00-03 03-03 15-07 LOST 1
Padres           17   14  .548   2     10-4    7-10  00-00 07-03 10-11 WON  6
Giants           14   15  .483   4      8-8    6-7   00-02 04-02 10-11 LOST 4
Rockies           6   21  .222  11      5-6    1-15  01-04 00-00 05-17 LOST 10

3) Today’s schedule–

AL
Mariners (Joel Pineiro, 5.14, and Ryan Franklin, 4.74) at Redsox (Jeremi Gonzalez, 5.40, and Wade Miller), DH, 12:00 and 5:00
A’s (Rich Harden, 1.82) at Yankees (Kevin Brown, 8.25), 1:05
Whitesox (Mark Buehrle, 4.00) at BlueJays (Gustavo Chacin, 2.48), 1:07
Royals (Brian Anderson, 6.91) at Orioles (Rodrigo Lopez, 3.55), 1:35
Indians (Jake Westbrook, 5.77) at Rangers (Kenny Rogers, 2.11), 2:05
Twins (Joe Mays, 4.32) at Devil Rays (Doug Waechter, 5.66), 2:15
Tigers (Mike Maroth, 4.46) at Angels (Jarrod Washburn, 2.72), 4:05

NL
Rockies (Jeff Francis, 5.02) at Marlins (Al Leiter, 4.91), 1:05
Astros (Pedro Astacio, 6.00) at Braves (Mike Hampton, 2.47), 1:05
Mets (Tom Glavine, 7.04) at Brewers (Chris Capuano, 4.08), 2:05
Padres (Tim Redding, 6.00) at Cardinals (Jason Marquis, 2.85), 2:15
Phillies (Brett Myers, 1.34) at Cubs (Carlos Zambrano, 4.23), 2:20
Nationals (Esteban Loaiza, 3.72) at Giants (Kirk Rueter, 4.96), 4:05
Pirates (Kip Wells, 4.91) at Diamondbacks (Brad Halsey, 3.09), 4:40
Dodgers (Jeff Weaver, 5.70) at Reds (Eric Milton, 5.79), 8:05

4) Yesterday’s HR–

Alfonso Soriano–#9 & #10
Paul Konerko–#8 & #9
Brian Roberts–#9
Albert Pujols–#7
Mike Sweeney–#7
Carlos Beltran–#5 & #6
Justin Morneau–#6
Corey Patterson–#6
David Wright–#6
Lyle Overbay–#6
Tino Martinez–#5
J.D. Drew–#5
Austin Kearns–#5
Doug Mientkiewicz–#5
Carlos Lee–#5
Chad Tracy–#4
Russ Adams–#2 & #3
Aaron Rowand–#3
Moises Alou–#3
Larry Walker–#3
Juan Uribe–#2
Tadahito Iguchi–#2
Dallas McPherson–#1
Julio Franco–#1

5) HR leaders–

AL
T1) Alex Rodriguez–10
T1) Alfonso Soriano–10**
T3) Miguel Tejada–9
T3) Paul Konerko–9**
T3) Brian Roberts–9*
T6) Mark Teixeira–8
T6) David Ortiz–8
T8) Manny Ramirez–7
T8) Vladimir Guerrero–7
T8) Richie Sexson–7
T8) Mike Sweeney–7*

NL
T1) Derrek Lee–9
T1) Troy Glaus–9
T3) Adam Dunn–8
T3) Cliff Floyd–8
T5) Albert Pujols–7*
T5) Jose Guillen–7
T5) Jeff Kent–7
T5) Pat Burrell–7
T9) Jim Edmonds–6
T9) Phil Nevin–6
T9) Wily Mo Pena–6
T9) Milton Bradley–6
T9) Ryan Klesko–6
T9) Reggie Sanders–6
T9) Carlos Beltran–6**
T9) Corey Patterson–6*
T9) David Wright–6*
T9) Lyle Overbay–6*

**–hit 2 yesterday
*–hit 1 yesterday

6) Larry Walker passed Gil Hodges into 59th place on the all time HR list, with 371.

7) Rangers 2B Alfonso Soriano hit 2 HR and had a 2B.

It was Soriano’s 2nd consecutive 2 HR game. After 32 RCAA/.863 OPS and 0 RCAA/.807 OPS seasons, Soriano is hitting .611 SLG, .314 OBA, .925 OPS, 5 RCAA in his first 30 games. He has a .825 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and 57 RCAA in 676 games.

8) Whitesox 1B Paul Konerko hit 2 HR in a game.

After -22 RCAA/.704 OPS and 14 RCAA/.894 OPS seasons, Konerko is hitting .481 SLG, .312 OBA, .793 OPS, 0 RCAA in his first 30 games. He has a .823 career OPS, compared to his league average of .771, and 25 RCAA in 1002 games.

Konerko moved into 5th on the Whitesox career HR list–

HOMERUNS           
1    Frank Thomas                436   
2    Harold Baines               221   
3    Carlton Fisk                214   
4    Magglio Ordonez             187   
5    Paul Konerko                172   
6    Robin Ventura               171   
7    Bill Melton                 154   
8    Carlos Lee                  152   
9    Ron Kittle                  140   
10   Jose Valentin               136

He’s closing in on 5th vs. the league average–

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Frank Thomas                238      436      198   
2    Carlton Fisk                 87      214      127   
3    Ron Kittle                   83      140       57   
4    Bill Melton                  71      154       83   
5    Magglio Ordonez              67      187      120   
6    Paul Konerko                 65      172      107   
7    Dick Allen                   61       85       24   
8    Harold Baines                59      221      162   
9    Jose Valentin                54      136       82   
10   Carlos Lee                   46      152      106

9) BlueJays SS Russ Adams hit 2 HR and had a 2B.

Adams has 4 RCAA/.846 OPS in 48 career games, including a .473 SLG, .333 OBA, .806 OPS, 2 RCAA in 26 games in 2005.

10) Mets CF Carlos Beltran hit 2 HR and had 3 hits.

After 28 RCAA/.911 OPS and 46 RCAA/.915 OPS seasons, Beltran is hitting .504 SLG, .350 OBA, .854 OPS, 4 RCAA in his first 31 games. He has a .844 career OPS, compared to his league average of .772, and 104 RCAA in 916 games.


1) According to the NY Daily News, MLB is worried about Barry Bonds is at risk for conviction for tax fraud. MLB is having difficulty conducting their own investigation since “a federal investigation changes everything.”

2) The Redsox will activate P Wade Miller from the DL.

After 3.28 ERA/19 RSAA and 4.13 ERA/7 RSAA seasons, Miller had a 3.35 ERA/10 RSAA in 15 starts in 2004. He had spent his entire career with the Astros and will make his Redsox debut by starting today. Miller has a 3.87 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.33, and 56 RSAA in 127 games.

3) The Pirates will place 1B Craig Wilson on the 15 day DL and call up OF Ray Sadler.

Wilson tore the tissue from the knuckle of his left middle finger.

4) Nationals 2B Jose Vidro was diagnosed with a high and lateral sprained left ankle. He’s expected to be out 1-2 weeks and the team is hoping he can avoid the DL.

After 9 RCAA/.866 OPS and 9 RCAA/.821 OPS seasons, Vidro is hitting .510 SLG, .365 OBA, .875 OPS, 4 RCAA in his first 28 games. He has a .838 career OPS, compared to his league average of .779, and 71 RCAA in 1001 games.

5) Darren Oliver changed his mind about retiring and signed a minor league contract with the Cubs.

6) Brewers 2B Junior Spivey was out of yesterday’s lineup, due to his grandmother’s funeral, and is expected back today.

After -10 RCAA/.759 OPS and -2 RCAA/.780 OPS seasons, Spivey is off to a .380 SLG, .280 OBA, .660 OPS, -6 RCAA start in his first 24 games. He has a .800 career OPS, compared to his league average of .770, and 3 RCAA in 404 games.

7) The Devil Rays activated C Kevin Cash and P Franklin Nunez from the DL and sent them to the minors.

Cash has -36 RCAA/.485 OPS in 101 career games. Nunez has a 5.91 ERA/-2 RSAA in 8 career games. Neither of them has made their 2005 debut.

8) Padres 1B Phil Nevin was out of yesterday’s lineup, due to back spasms.

After 5 RCAA/.825 OPS and 23 RCAA/.859 OPS seasons, Nevin is off to a .475 SLG, .287 OBA, .762 OPS, 0 RCAA start in his first 30 games. He has a .834 career OPS, compared to his league average of .780, and 100 RCAA in 1016 games.

9) Royals 1B Mike Sweeney had 3 hits, including a HR.

After 9 RCAA/.858 OPS and 15 RCAA/.851 OPS seasons, Sweeney is hitting .598 SLG, .380 OBA, .978 OPS, 15 RCAA in his first 30 games. He has a .878 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and 147 RCAA in 1056 games.

10) Royals P Jose Lima took a pounding–5 2 3/IP, 7 H, 5 R/ER, 3 BB, 1 SO.

After 4.91 ERA/2 RSAA and 4.07 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Lima is off to a 6.63 ERA/-11 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 5.04 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.48, and -87 RSAA in 318 games.

11) Orioles P Bruce Chen’s line–7 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

After pitching in just 24 games in 2003-04, Chen is off to a 3.12 ERA/6 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.34 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.43, and 6 RSAA in 168 games.

12) Tigers P Jeremy Bonderman’s line–8 IP, 4 H, 1 R/ER, 0 BB, 8 SO.

After starting his career with 5.56 ERA/-23 RSAA and 4.89 ERA/-9 RSAA seasons, Bonderman is off to a 3.47 ERA/4 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.99 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.55, and -28 RSAA in 73 games.

13) Angels P Bartolo Colon’s line–9 IP, 8 H, 2 R/ER, 0 BB, 6 SO.

After 3.87 ERA/16 RSAA and 5.01 ERA/-10 RSAA seasons, Colon is off to a 2.83 ERA/7 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.97 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.60, and 115 RSAA in 254 games.

14) Twins P Kyle Lohse’s line–5 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 2 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.61 ERA/0 RSAA and 5.34 ERA/-13 RSAA seasons, Lohse is off to a 5.74 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 5 starts. He has a 4.90 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.53, and -26 RSAA in 124 games.

15) Indians P Scott Elarton took a pounding–6 1/3 IP, 8 H, 6 R/ER, 2 BB, 5 SO.

After 6.27 ERA/-8 RSAA and 5.90 ERA/-21 RSAA seasons, Elarton is off to a 7.47 ERA/-11 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 5.32 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.49, and -51 RSAA in 170 games.


1) Yankees P Mike Mussina (9 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 2 BB, 3 SO) pitched a complete game shutout against the A’s.

After 3.40 ERA/23 RSAA and 4.59 ERA/3 RSAA seasons, Mussina is off to a 3.60 ERA/3 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.59 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.59, and 294 RSAA in 420 games. It was Mussina’s 22nd career shutout.

In the past half century, Mussina ranks 9th in the AL in most SHO above the league average–

SHUTOUTS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Roger Clemens                32       46       14   
2    Bert Blyleven                26       54       28   
3    Nolan Ryan                   25       46       21   
4    Jim Palmer                   24       53       29   
5    Luis Tiant                   21       49       28   
6    Mel Stottlemyre              17       40       23   
T7   Dave Stieb                   15       30       15   
T7   Dean Chance                  15       33       18   
9    Mike Mussina                 14       22        8   
T10  Ron Guidry                   13       26       13   
T10  Camilo Pascual               13       36       23   
T10  Catfish Hunter               13       42       29   
T10  Denny McLain                 13       29       16   
T10  Randy Johnson                13       19        6   
T10  Whitey Ford                  13       32       19   
T10  Mike Cuellar                 13       30       17

2) Rangers P Ryan Drese’s line–9 IP, 6 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 1 SO.

After a 4.20 ERA/21 RSAA season, Drese is off to a 5.44 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 5.20 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.53, and -19 RSAA in 87 games.

3) Whitesox P Jon Garland took a pounding–5 2/3 IP, 9 H, 6 R/ER, 1 BB, 2 SO.

After 4.51 ERA/-1 RSAA and 4.89 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Garland is off to a 2.42 ERA/11 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.56 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.56, and 13 RSAA in 155 games.

4) BlueJays P Ted Lilly took a pounding–1 2/3 IP, 6 H, 6 R/ER, 1 BB, 3 SO.

After 4.34 ERA/-2 RSAA and 4.06 ERA/19 RSAA seasons, Lilly is off to a 9.35 ERA/-14 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.68 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.54, and -8 RSAA in 134 games.

5) Pirates RF Matt Lawton reached base safely 4 times–3 H, 1 BB.

After 6 RCAA/.762 OPS and 5 RCAA/.787 OPS seasons, Lawton is off to a .411 SLG, .386 OBA, .797 OPS, 2 RCAA start in his first 29 games. He has a .791 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and 49 RCAA in 1211 games.

6) Pirates P Josh Fogg’s line–7 IP, 2 H, 1 R/ER, 3 BB, 2 SO.

After 5.26 ERA/-16 RSAA and 4.64 ERA/-10 RSAA seasons, Fogg is off to a 4.30 ERA/-1 RSAA start in his first 5 starts. He has a 4.62 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.24, and -23 RSAA in 107 games.

7) Astros 3B Morgan Ensberg reached base safely all 4 times up–2 H, 2 BB.

After 20 RCAA/.907 OPS and -12 RCAA/.742 OPS seasons, Ensberg is off to a .451 SLG, .387 OBA, .837 OPS, 0 RCAA start in his first 27 games. He has a .811 career OPS, compared to his league average of .773, and 4 RCAA in 338 games.

8) Braves 1B Julio Franco had 3 hits, including a HR.

After 3 RCAA/.824 OPS and 6 RCAA/.818 OPS seasons, Franco is off to a .386 SLG, .319 OBA, .706 OPS, -3 RCAA start in his first 18 games. He has a .784 career OPS, compared to his league average of .742, and 137 RCAA in 2287 games.

9) Astros P Andy Pettitte’s line–7 IP, 7 H, 3 R/ER, 0 BB, 0 SO.

After 4.02 ERA/8 RSAA and 3.90 ERA/4 RSAA seasons, Pettitte is off to a 3.33 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.92 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.67, and 139 RSAA in 305 games.

10) Braves P Horacio Ramirez’s line–7 IP, 3 H, 0 R/ER, 3 BB, 2 SO.

Ramirez has a 3.61 ERA/18 RSAA in 44 career games, including a 3.68 ERA/2 RSAA in 5 starts in 2005.

11) Phillies P Jon Lieber’s line–7 1/3 IP, 4 H, 1 R/ER, 2 BB, 6 SO.

After 3.70 ERA/5 RSAA and 4.33 ERA/2 RSAA seasons (2002 & 2004), Lieber is off to a 2.57 ERA/9 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.15 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.37, and 34 RSAA in 306 games.

12) Dodgers P Derek Lowe took a pounding–5 2/3 IP, 7 H, 6 R/ER, 1 BB, 3 SO.

After 4.47 ERA/6 RSAA and 5.42 ERA/-10 RSAA seasons, Lowe is off to a 2.87 ERA/6 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.79 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.60, and 107 RSAA in 410 games.

13) Marlins LF Miguel Cabrera reached base safely 4 times–3 H, 1 BB.

After starting his career with -1 RCAA/.793 OPS and 26 RCAA/.879 OPS seasons, Cabrera is hitting .610 SLG, .417 OBA, 1.027 OPS, 12 RCAA in his first 27 games. He has a .868 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and 37 RCAA in 274 games.

14) Marlins P Josh Beckett’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 0 R/ER, 1 BB, 6 SO.

After 3.04 ERA/15 RSAA and 3.79 ERA/5 RSAA seasons, Beckett is off to a 2.14 ERA/9 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.37 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.26, and 35 RSAA in 84 games.

15) Mets RF Mike Cameron reached base safely 4 times–2 H, 2 BB.

After 3 RCAA/.782 OPS and 2 RCAA/.798 OPS seasons, Cameron is off to a 7 RCAA/1.667 OPS start in his first 3 games. He has a .783 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and 50 RCAA in 1195 games.

16) Mets P Pedro Martinez took a pounding–7 IP, 3 H, 5 R/ER, 1 BB, 11 SO.

After 2.22 ERA/53 RSAA and 3.90 ERA/24 RSAA seasons, Martinez is off to a 3.06 ERA/7 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 2.72 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.47, and 484 RSAA in 395 games.

17) Nationals 2B Jamey Carroll (3 H, 1 BB), 1B Nick Johnson (1 H (2B), 3 BB), RF Ryan Church (4 H (1 2B)) and C Brian Schneider (3 H, 1 BB) all reached base safely 4 times.

After starting his career with -21 RCAA/.649 OPS and 4 RCAA/.750 OPS seasons, Carroll is hitting .462 SLG, .433 OBA, .895 OPS, 1 RCAA in his first 13 games. He has a .729 career OPS, compared to his league average of .773, and -14 RCAA in 236 games.

After 24 RCAA/.894 OPS and 1 RCAA/.758 OPS seasons, Johnson is hitting .490 SLG, .435 OBA, .926 OPS, 8 RCAA in his first 29 games. He has a .802 career OPS, compared to his league average of .765, and 25 RCAA in 350 games.

Church has -7 RCAA/.601 OPS in 53 career games, including a .400 SLG, .313 OBA, .713 OPS, 0 RCAA in 23 games in 2005.

After -25 RCAA/.703 OPS and -7 RCAA/.724 OPS seasons, Schneider is off to a .420 SLG, .337 OBA, .757 OPS, -1 RCAA start in his first 25 games. He has a .723 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and -42 RCAA in 413 games.

18) Giants P Jason Schmidt took a pounding–3 2/3 IP, 6 H, 6 R/ER, 6 BB, 3 SO.

After 2.34 ERA/44 RSAA and 3.20 ERA/31 RSAA seasons, Schmidt is off to a 4.71 ERA/-1 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.93 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.31, and 67 RSAA in 259 games.

19) Cardinals P Chris Carpenter took a pounding–7 IP, 7 H, 5 R/ER, 5 BB, 5 SO.

After 5.28 ERA/-7 RSAA and 3.46 ERA/14 RSAA seasons (2002 & 2004), Carpenter is off to a 4.24 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.58 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.60, and 7 RSAA in 187 games.


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