Around the Majors: Rodriguez reaches 10 HR

1) Yesterday’s scores–

AL
Devil Rays 11, Yankees 4
BlueJays 1, Orioles 0
Redsox 5, Tigers 3
Indians 4, Twins 2
Whitesox 5, Royals 4
Angels 5, Mariners 2
Rangers 6, A’s 1

NL
Braves 5, Marlins 2
Padres 8, Rockies 7 (12)
Diamondbacks 6, Giants 2
Mets 3, Phillies 2
Cardinals 7, Reds 3
Pirates 6, Astros 4
Brewers 4, Cubs 3
Nationals 5, Dodgers 2

2) Standings–

AL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Orioles          18    9  .667   -      9-7    9-2   16-06 01-01 01-02 WON  1
Redsox           15   12  .556   3      6-4    9-8   11-10 02-01 02-01 WON  2
BlueJays         16   13  .552   3      5-6   11-7   12-10 00-00 04-03 LOST 1
Yankees          11   17  .393   7 1/2  7-10   4-7   09-13 00-00 02-04 LOST 2
Devil Rays       10   18  .357   8 1/2  9-8    1-10  07-16 00-00 03-02 WON  2

AL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Whitesox         20    7  .741   -     10-3   10-4   00-00 17-04 03-03 WON  4
Twins            15   11  .577   4 1/2  8-5    7-6   00-00 11-09 04-02 LOST 3
Tigers           12   14  .462   7 1/2  6-7    6-7   02-03 10-11 00-00 LOST 2
Indians          11   15  .423   8 1/2  3-8    8-7   00-00 09-12 02-03 WON  2
Royals            7   20  .259  13      2-12   5-8   00-00 05-16 02-04 LOST 2

AL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Angels           17   11  .607   -      8-5    9-6   02-01 04-04 11-06 WON  4
Rangers          15   14  .517   2 1/2  6-9    9-5   06-06 00-00 09-08 WON  3
A's              13   15  .464   4      7-8    6-7   04-05 02-01 07-09 LOST 3
Mariners         12   16  .429   5      4-10   8-6   00-00 06-06 06-10 LOST 5

NL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Marlins          15   10  .600   -      8-6    7-4   12-09 02-01 01-00 LOST 1
Braves           16   11  .593   -      9-5    7-6   13-09 03-02 00-00 WON  1
Nationals        15   13  .536   1 1/2  7-6    8-7   10-12 00-00 05-01 WON  1
Mets             14   14  .500   2 1/2 10-5    4-9   11-11 03-03 00-00 WON  1
Phillies         12   16  .429   4 1/2  6-7    6-9   09-14 02-01 01-01 LOST 1

NL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Cardinals        18    8  .692   -      8-5   10-3   02-04 16-04 00-00 WON  3
Brewers          13   13  .500   5      7-6    6-7   00-00 11-10 02-03 WON  6
Cubs             12   14  .462   6      6-5    6-9   00-00 10-10 02-04 LOST 4
Astros           11   15  .423   7     10-5    1-10  01-04 10-11 00-00 LOST 2
Pirates          10   16  .385   8      3-9    7-7   00-00 08-11 02-05 WON  2
Reds             10   17  .370   8 1/2  7-6    3-11  04-02 06-15 00-00 LOST 7

NL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Dodgers          17   10  .630   -      9-5    8-5   01-02 02-00 14-08 LOST 1
Diamondbacks     17   11  .607     1/2 11-4    6-7   00-03 02-01 15-07 WON  2
Giants           14   13  .519   3      8-6    6-7   00-00 04-02 10-11 LOST 2
Padres           14   14  .500   3 1/2 10-4    4-10  00-00 04-03 10-11 WON  3
Rockies           6   19  .240  10      5-6    1-13  01-02 00-00 05-17 LOST 8

3) Today’s schedule–

AL
Redsox (Bronson Arroyo, 3.69) at Tigers (Jason Johnson, 4.61), 1:05
Indians (C.C. Sabathia, 0.92) at Twins (Brad Radke, 4.39), 1:10
Royals (Zack Greinke, 3.65) at Whitesox (Jose Contreras, 3.04), 2:05
Yankees (Chien-Ming Wang, 2.57) at Devil Rays (Mark Hendrickson, 4.00), 7:15

NL
Cubs (Greg Maddux, 4.20) at Brewers (Gary Glover, 5.16), 1:05
Phillies (Vicente Padilla, 11.45) at Mets (Kris Benson), 1:10
Astros (Brandon Backe, 5.92) at Braves (John Thomson, 2.81), 7:35
Padres (Brian Lawrence, 5.46) at Cardinals (Matt Morris, 2.12), 8:10
Pirates (David Williams, 4.76) at Diamondbacks (Shawn Estes, 3.38), 9:40

4) Yesterday’s HR–

Alex Rodriguez–#10
Adam Dunn–#8
Mark Teixeira–#8
Cliff Floyd–#8
Vladimir Guerrero–#7
Ryan Klesko–#5 & #6
Alfonso Soriano–#6
Chipper Jones–#5
Javier Lopez–#5
Casey Blake–#5
Daryle Ward–#5
Tino Martinez–#4
Erubiel Durazo–#4
Justin Morneau–#4
Chase Utley–#4
Victor Diaz–#4
Brady Clark–#4
Jason Bay–#4
Scott Rolen–#4
Andruw Jones–#4
Ramon Hernandez–#4
Bobby Abreu–#3
Todd Helton–#3
Joe Crede–#3
Richard Hidalgo–#3
Nick Johnson–#3
Felipe Lopez–#3
A.J. Pierzynski–#2
Scott Hatteberg–#2
Damon Hollins–#1
Josh Bard–#1
Dustan Mohr–#1
Luis Gonzalez (Rockies)–#1
Dave Roberts–#1

5) HR leaders–

AL
1) Alex Rodriguez–10*
2) Miguel Tejada–9
T3) Brian Roberts–8
T3) Mark Teixeira–8*
T5) Manny Ramirez–7
T5) Vladimir Guerrero–7*
T5) Paul Konerko–7
T5) David Ortiz–7
T5) Richie Sexson–7
T10) Jason Varitek–6
T10) Melvin Mora–6
T10) Mike Sweeney–6
T10) Steve Finley–6
T10) Alfonso Soriano–6*

NL
T1) Derrek Lee–8
T1) Troy Glaus–8
T1) Adam Dunn–8*
T1) Cliff Floyd–8*
5) Jose Guillen–7
T6) Albert Pujols–6
T6) Jim Edmonds–6
T6) Jeff Kent–6
T6) Phil Nevin–6
T6) Wily Mo Pena–6
T6) Milton Bradley–6
T6) Pat Burrell–6
T6) Ryan Klesko–6**

**–hit 2 yesterday
*–hit 1 yesterday

6) Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez became the 1st player in the majors to reach 10 HR. Rodriguez also passed Graig Nettles into 44th place on the all time HR list, with 391.

After 53 RCAA/.995 OPS and 35 RCAA/.888 OPS seasons, Rodriguez is hitting .612 SLG, .357 OBA, .969 OPS, 9 RCAA in his first 28 games. He has a .955 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and 444 RCAA in 1458 games.

7) Chipper Jones passed Reggie Smith into 92nd place on the all time HR list, with 315.

8) Padres LF Ryan Klesko hit 2 HR (also had a BB).

After 8 RCAA/.810 OPS and 21 RCAA/.847 OPS seasons, Klesko is hitting .539 SLG, .383 OBA, .923 OPS, 7 RCAA in his first 26 games. He has a .888 career OPS, compared to his league average of .773, and 270 RCAA in 1503 games.

Correction from yesterday–Steve Finley should have been on the AL, not NL, HR leader list.


1) Redsox P Curt Schilling says his ankle injury is a stress reaction, not a bone bruise, and says he doesn’t know when he’s going to be able to return.

After 2.95 ERA/34 RSAA and 3.26 ERA/42 RSAA seasons, Schilling is off to a 7.13 ERA/-5 RSAA start in his first 3 starts. He has a 3.35 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.22, and 322 RSAA in 485 games.

2) The Twins sent C Corky Miller to the minors and called up INF Terry Tiffee.

Miller was also removed from the 40 man roster. After going 1 for 39 with the 2004 Reds, he’s 0 for 12 in 5 games in 2005. Miller has -18 RCAA/.604 OPS in 88 career games.

Tiffee has -1 RCAA/.845 OPS in 25 career games, including a .520 SLG, .345 OBA, .865 OPS, -1 RCAA in 8 games in 2005.

3) The Mariners called up PH Dave Hansen, sent OF Shin-Soo Choo to the minors and moved SS Pokey Reese from the 15 to the 60 day DL.

After 2 RCAA/.755 OPS and -1 RCAA/.692 OPS seasons, Hansen had a .349 SLG, .367 OBA, .716 OPS, -1 RCAA in 86 games with the Mariners and Padres. He made his 2005 debut yesterday and has a .739 career OPS, compared to his league average of .756, and 21 RCAA in 117 games.

Choo was 1 for 3 in his first 3 career games.

4) The Mariners will place C Dan Wilson on the 60 day DL and call up C Wiki Gonzalez.

Wilson tore the ACL in his right knee. After -18 RCAA/.611 OPS and -16 RCAA/.615 OPS seasons, he is off to a .185 SLG, .214 OBA, .399 OPS, -3 RCAA start in his first 10 games. Wilson has a .691 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and -148 RCAA in 1298 games.

Wilson is the Mariners record holder for worst career RCAA–

RCAA                           
1    Dan Wilson                 -144   
T2   Harold Reynolds             -89   
T2   Omar Vizquel                -89   
4    Dave Valle                  -75   
5    Jim Presley                 -74   
6    Larry Milbourne             -69   
7    Spike Owen                  -60   
8    Todd Cruz                   -59   
9    Scott Bradley               -58   
10   John Moses                  -57

Gonzalez, who didn’t appear in the majors in 2004, has -30 RCAA/.674 OPS in 269 career games.

5) Angels C Josh Paul had to leave yesterday’s game, due to a bruised right thumb, and is day to day.

Paul has -19 RCAA/.661 OPS in 204 career games, including a .118 SLG, .211 OBA, .328 OBA, -3 RCAA in 9 games in 2005.

6) The Padres placed P Woody Williams on the 15 day DL, retroactive to Monday, and called up P Randy Williams.

Woody has a strained muscle in his rib cage. After 3.87 ERA/6 RSAA and 4.18 ERA/0 RSAA seasons, he is off to a 4.84 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.07 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.49, and 47 RSAA in 344 games.

Randy had a 5.79 ERA/-1 RSAA in 6 games with the 2004 Mariners.

7) Yankees DH Jason Giambi had to leave yesterday’s game, after being hit in the head by a pitch that deflected off his shoulder. He had a precautionary CT scan.

After 51 RCAA/.939 OPS and -4 RCAA/.720 OPS seasons, Giambi is hitting .347 SLG, .394 OBA, .741 OPS, 2 RCAA in his first 25 games. He has a .948 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and 443 RCAA in 1369 games.

8) The Dodgers placed INF Jose Valentin on the 15 day DL, called up utilityman Mike Edwards and designated minor league P Buddy Carlyle for assignment.

Valentin torn 3 ligaments in his right knee and, although surgery isn’t planned, he’s expected to be out 8-10 weeks.

Edwards was 1 for 4 in 4 games with the 2003 A’s and had a hit in his first 2005 PA.

Carlyle had just been sent down.

9) Astros 1B Jeff Bagwell was out of the lineup yesterday, due to soreness in his shoulder, and is expected to return today.

10) Dodgers SS Cesar Izturis had to leave yesterday’s game, after fouling a pitch off his ankle.

After -31 RCAA/.597 OPS and -8 RCAA/.710 OPS seasons, Izturis is hitting .409 SLG, .379 OBA, .788 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 27 games. He has a .627 career OPS, compared to his league average of .771, and -74 RCAA in 548 games.

11) The Mets sent Ps Jae Seo and Royce Ring to the minors and activated RF Mike Cameron and P Kris Benson from the DL.

Seo’s line from yesterday–7 IP, 1 H, 0 R/ER, 2 BB, 8 SO. After 3.82 ERA/9 RSAA and 4.90 ERA/-8 RSAA seasons, he’s off to a 2.00 ERA/4 RSAA start in his first 3 starts. Seo has a 4.10 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.29, and 5 RSAA in 60 games.

Ring had a 5.40 ERA/0 RSAA in his first 3 career games.

After 13 RCAA/.782 OPS and 3 RCAA/.774 OPS seasons, Cameron hit .479 SLG, .319 OBA, .798 OPS, 2 RCAA in 140 games. He hasn’t made his 2005 debut yet and Cameron has a .780 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and 43 RCAA in 1192 games.

After 4.70 ERA/-5 RSAA and 4.97 ERA/-9 RSAA seasons, Benson had a 4.31 ERA/-3 RSAA in 31 starts. He’ll make his 2005 debut today and has a 4.28 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.42, and 11 RSAA in 137 games.

12) A’s CF Mark Kotsay was out of yesterday’s lineup, due to flulike symptoms.

After 0 RCAA/.726 OPS and 21 RCAA/.829 OPS seasons, Kotsay is hitting .416 SLG, .355 OBA, .771 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 27 games. He has a .768 career OPS, compared to his league average of .776, and 20 RCAA in 1043 games.

13) Tigers RF Craig Monroe had to leave yesterday’s game, due to a strained groin.

After -8 RCAA/.736 OPS and 10 RCAA/.824 OPS in his first couple of years as a starter, Monroe is off to a .432 SLG, .320 OBA, .752 OPS, -2 RCAA start in his first 26 games. He has a .764 career OPS, compared to his league average of .764, and -6 RCAA in 322 games.

14) The Cardinals traded minor league OF Dee Haynes to the Nationals for future considerations.

15) Giants 2B Ray Durham had to leave yesterday’s game, after aggravating a groin injury.

After 8 RCAA/.807 OPS and 15 RCAA/.848 OPS seasons, Durham is off to a .278 SLG, .364 OBA, .642 OPS, -4 RCAA start in his first 22 games. He has a .787 career OPS, compared to his league average of .776, and 60 RCAA in 1452 games.

16) Nationals P Livan Hernandez’s line–9 IP, 7 H, 2 R/ER, 3 BB, 4 SO.

After 3.20 ERA/50 RSAA and 3.60 ERA/14 RSAA seasons, Hernandez is off to a 4.04 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.04 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.35, and 15 RSAA in 256 games.

17) Dodgers P Odalis Perez took a pounding–6 1/3 IP, 7 H, 5 R/ER, 0 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.52 ERA/-11 RSAA and 3.25 ERA/19 RSAA seasons, Perez is off to a 4.25 ERA/-1 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.92 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.28, and 2 RSAA in 158 games.

18) Brewers P Victor Santos’s line–6 2/3 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 SO.

After a 4.97 ERA/-9 RSAA in his first full year in the rotation, Santos is off to a 2.88 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 5 starts (6 games). He has a 4.95 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.35, and -15 RSAA in 102 games.

19) Phillies P Randy Wolf’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 3 R/ER, 4 BB, 5 SO.

After 4.23 ERA/-4 RSAA and 4.28 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Wolf is off to a 6.00 ERA/-7 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.19 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.36, and 10 RSAA in 175 games.

20) Rockies P Jason Jennings took a pounding–6 IP, 4 H, 6 R/ER, 4 BB, 2 SO.

After 5.11 ERA/-6 RSAA and 5.51 ERA/-7 RSAA seasons, Jennings is off to a 5.26 ERA/-1 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 5.04 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.25, and -1 RSAA in 110 games.


1) Astros P Roger Clemens’s line–7 IP, 4 H, 2 R/ER, 5 BB, 8 SO.

After 3.91 ERA/10 RSAA and 2.98 ERA/32 RSAA seasons, Clemens is off to a 1.29 ERA/14 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.16 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.38, and 659 RSAA in 646 games. Clemens is now 9 RSAA behind Lefty Grove’s modern day record.

2) On Monday, Yankees 1B Andy Phillips tied the major league record with 5 SO in a 9 inning game.

Phillips has -3 RCAA/.636 OPS in 16 career games, including a .400 SLG, .160 OBA, .560 OPS, -3 RCAA in 11 games in 2005.

3) According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Marlins are interested in Steve Karsay.

4) BlueJays P Roy Halladay took a pounding–7 1/3 IP, 12 H, 5 R/ER, 2 BB, 2 SO.

After 3.25 ERA/45 RSAA and 4.20 ERA/11 RSAA seasons, Halladay is off to a 3.78 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.88 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.59, and 100 RSAA in 172 games.

5) Orioles P Erik Bedard’s line–8 IP, 4 H, 1 R/ER, 2 BB, 12 SO.

Bedard has a 4.15 ERA/11 RSAA in 35 career games, including a 2.50 ERA/9 RSAA in 6 starts in 2005.

6) Whitesox P Freddy Garcia’s line–6 1/3 IP, 8 H, 2 R/ER, 2 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.51 ERA/-2 RSAA and 3.81 ERA/19 RSAA seasons, Garcia is off to a 2.83 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.90 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.61, and 78 RSAA in 192 games.

7) Redsox P Tim Wakefield’s line–7 IP, 10 H, 3 R/ER, 1 BB, 5 SO.

After 4.09 ERA/15 RSAA and 4.87 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Wakefield is off to a 2.97 ERA/7 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.27 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.59, and 101 RSAA in 430 games.

8) Rangers DH David Dellucci (1 H, 3 BB) and CF Laynce Nix (3 H, 1 BB) reached base safely 4 times and 2B Alfonso Soriano had 3 hits, including a HR and a 2B.

After -9 RCAA/.665 OPS and -3 RCAA/.783 OPS seasons, Dellucci is hitting .591 SLG, .495 OBA, 1.086 OPS, 13 RCAA in his first 23 games. He has a .772 career OPS, compared to his league average of .770, and -7 RCAA in 671 games.

After starting his career with -5 RCAA/.729 OPS and -15 RCAA/.730 OPS seasons, Nix is hitting .462 SLG, .370 OBA, .832 OPS, 1 RCAA in his first 13 games. He has a .738 career OPS, compared to his league average of .767, and -19 RCAA in 181 games.

After 32 RCAA/.863 OPS and 0 RCAA/.807 OPS seasons, Soriano is off to a .496 SLG, .287 OBA, .783 OPS, -1 RCAA start in his first 28 games. He has a .819 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and 51 RCAA in 674 games.

9) Rangers P Chan Ho Park took a pounding–3 2/3 IP, 8 H, 5 R/ER, 6 BB, 3 SO.

After pitching in 23 games in 2003-04, Park is off to a 4.76 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.20 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.41, and 9 RSAA in 275 games.

10) A’s P Dan Haren took a pounding–3 2/3 IP, 7 H, 7 R/ER, 2 BB, 4 SO.

Haren has a 5.00 ERA/-14 RSAA in 34 career games, including a 5.50 ERA/-4 RSAA in 6 starts in 2005.

11) Angels RF Vladimir Guerrero reached base safely 4 times–2 H (1 HR, 1 2B), 2 BB.

After 28 RCAA/1.012 OPS and 56 RCAA/.989 OPS seasons, Guerrero is hitting .620 SLG, .385 OBA, 1.005 OPS, 13 RCAA in his first 28 games. He has a .978 career OPS, compared to his league average of .776, and 330 RCAA in 1191 games.

12) Angels P Paul Byrd’s line–6 2/3 IP, 9 H, 2 R/ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

After missing 2003 and having a 3.94 ERA/5 RSAA in 2004, Byrd is off to a 4.85 ERA/-2 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.36 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.43, and 38 RSAA in 221 games.

13) Devil Rays LF Carl Crawford had 4 hits (1 2B, also 1 SB) and CF Damon Hollins had 3 hits, including a HR.

After -11 RCAA/.671 OPS and 14 RCAA/.781 OPS seasons in his first couple of years as a starter, Crawford is hitting .463 SLG, .336 OBA, .799 OPS, 6 RCAA in his first 28 games. He has a .721 career OPS, compared to his league average of .764, and 0 RCAA in 394 games.

14) The Yankees will send P Sean Henn to the minors and activate P Tanyon Sturtze from the DL.

Henn took a pounding in his major league debut–2 1/3 IP, 7 H, 6 R, 5 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO.

After 4.95 ERA/-12 RSAA and 5.47 ERA/-9 RSAA seasons, Sturtze is off to a 6.10 ERA/-2 RSAA start in his first 6 games. He has a 5.24 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.54, and -55 RSAA in 193 games.

15) Devil Rays P Hideo Nomo took a pounding–4 2/3 IP, 7 H, 5 R/ER, 2 BB, 2 SO.

After 3.09 ERA/22 RSAA and 8.25 ERA/-38 RSAA seasons, Nomo is off to a 7.04 ERA/-10 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.10 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.35, and -1 RSAA in 307 games.

16) Giants LF Moises Alou reached base safely 4 times–2 H (1 2B), 2 BB.

After 12 RCAA/.819 OPS and 30 RCAA/.919 OPS seasons, Alou is hitting .489 SLG, .448 OBA, .937 OPS, 4 RCAA in his first 14 games. He has a .880 career OPS, compared to his league average of .765, and 258 RCAA in 1633 games.

17) Diamondbacks P Brandon Webb’s line–6 IP, 4 H, 2 R/ER, 4 BB, 7 SO.

After starting his career with 2.84 ERA/39 RSAA and 3.59 ERA/20 RSAA seasons, Webb is off to a 3.20 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.24 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.29, and 64 RSAA in 70 games.

18) Braves P Tim Hudson’s line–7 1/3 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO.

After 2.70 ERA/41 RSAA and 3.53 ERA/24 RSAA seasons, Hudson is off to a 2.18 ERA/9 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.26 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.61, and 178 RSAA in 189 games.

19) Cardinals P Mark Mulder’s line–7 IP, 3 H, 0 R/ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

After 3.13 ERA/23 RSAA and 4.43 ERA/6 RSAA seasons, Mulder is off to a 2.39 ERA/6 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.88 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.57, and 72 RSAA in 156 games.

20) Reds P Brandon Claussen took a pounding–3 1/3 IP, 10 H, 7 R/ER, 0 BB, 1 SO.

Claussen has a 5.70 ERA/-17 RSAA in 19 career games, including a 5.60 ERA/-3 RSAA in 4 starts in 2005.


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