Around the Majors: Tino Martinez HR streak

1) Yesterday’s scores–

AL
Redsox 6, A’s 5
BlueJays 12, Royals 9
Yankees 13, Mariners 9
Tigers 6, Rangers 5
Whitesox 5, Devil Rays 2
Orioles 7, Twins 4
Indians 9, Angels 3

NL
Brewers 5, Phillies 2
Padres 7, Reds 2
Cubs 4, Mets 3 (10)
Rockies 6, Braves 5
Pirates 7, Giants 2
Diamondbacks 3, Nationals 2
Marlins 2, Astros 1
Cardinals 9, Dodgers 3

2) Standings–

AL EAST        WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Orioles         22   11  .667   -     13-9    9-2   16-06 05-03 01-02 WON  1
Redsox          21   13  .618   1 1/2 11-5   10-8   11-10 03-01 07-02 WON  3
BlueJays        19   16  .543   4      8-9   11-7   12-10 03-03 04-03 WON  3
Yankees         16   19  .457   7     12-11   4-8   09-14 00-00 07-05 WON  5
Devil Rays      13   22  .371  10     12-12   1-10  08-16 02-04 03-02 LOST 1

AL CENTRAL     WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Whitesox       25    9  .735   -     11-3   14-6   04-02 18-04 03-03 WON  1
Twins           20   13  .606   4 1/2  9-5   11-8   04-02 12-09 04-02 LOST 1
Tigers          16   17  .485   8 1/2  6-8   10-9   02-04 10-11 04-02 WON  1
Indians         14   19  .424  10 1/2  3-8   11-11  00-00 09-13 05-06 WON  1
Royals           8   26  .235  17      2-12   6-14  01-05 05-17 02-04 LOST 3

AL WEST        WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Angels          19   15  .559   -     10-9    9-6   02-01 06-08 11-06 LOST 1
Rangers         18   17  .514   1 1/2  9-12   9-5   06-06 03-03 09-08 LOST 1
A's             14   20  .412   5      7-8    7-12  05-10 02-01 07-09 LOST 5
Mariners        13   21  .382   6      4-10   9-11  01-05 06-06 06-10 LOST 3

NL EAST        WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Braves          21   13  .618   -     13-5    8-8   13-09 07-02 01-02 LOST 1
Marlins         19   12  .613     1/2 12-8    7-4   12-09 04-02 03-01 WON  2
Nationals       18   16  .529   3      7-6   11-10  10-12 00-00 08-04 LOST 2
Mets            18   17  .514   3 1/2 11-5    7-12  12-11 06-06 00-00 LOST 2
Phillies        15   20  .429   6 1/2  6-7    9-13  09-15 05-04 01-01 LOST 2

NL CENTRAL     WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Cardinals       21   12  .636   -     11-9   10-3   02-04 16-04 03-04 WON  1
Brewers         17   16  .515   4     11-9    6-7   03-03 12-10 02-03 WON  2
Cubs           15   18  .455   6      9-8    6-10  03-03 10-11 02-04 WON  2
Pirates         15   18  .455   6      3-9   12-9   00-00 08-11 07-07 WON  2
Reds            12   21  .364   9      9-10   3-11  04-02 06-15 02-04 LOST 1
Astros          12   21  .364   9     10-5    2-16  02-10 10-11 00-00 LOST 2

NL WEST        WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Dodgers         20   13  .606   -      9-5   11-8   01-02 05-03 14-08 LOST 1
Diamondbacks    20   15  .571   1     14-8    6-7   02-04 03-04 15-07 WON  2
Padres          19   16  .543   2     10-4    9-12  00-00 09-05 10-11 WON  1
Giants          16   17  .485   4     10-10   6-7   01-02 05-04 10-11 LOST 2
Rockies          9   22  .290  10      7-7    2-15  04-05 00-00 05-17 WON  1

3) Today’s schedule–

AL
Orioles (Bruce Chen, 3.12) at Whitesox (Jon Garland, 2.42), 8:05
Devil Rays (Scott Kazmir, 3.95) at Royals (Jose Lima, 6.63), 8:10

NL
Dodgers (Derek Lowe, 2.87) at Cardinals (Chris Carpenter, 4.24), 1:10
Reds (Ramon Ortiz, 7.30) at Phillies (Jon Lieber, 2.57), 7:05
Giants (Brad Hennessey, 3.86) at Astros (Andy Pettitte, 3.33),8:05
Diamondbacks (Russ Ortiz, 5.21) at Rockies (Shawn Chacon, 3.25), 8:35

4) Yesterday’s HR–

Derrek Lee–#10
Richie Sexson–#9
Tino Martinez–#9
Ryan Klesko–#9
Manny Ramirez–#8
Bobby Abreu–#7
Jason Varitek–#7
Corey Koskie–#7
Daryle Ward–#7
Casey Blake–#6
David Dellucci–#6
Andruw Jones–#6
Ryan Langerhans–#4 & #5
Gary Sheffield–#5
Bret Boone–#4
Raul Ibanez–#4
Jorge Posada–#4
Eric Byrnes–#4
Matt Stairs–#4
Emil Brown–#4
Shea Hillenbrand–#4
Jhonny Peralta–#4
Marcus Thames–#4
Felipe Lopez–#4
Ichiro Suzuki–#3
Derek Jeter–#3
Ben Broussard–#2
Jose Molina–#2
Ty Wigginton–#2
Dustan Mohr–#2
Damion Easley–#2
Bill Hall–#2
Ray Sadler–#1
Placido Polanco–#1

5) HR leaders–

AL
1) Alex Rodriguez–11
T2) Alfonso Soriano–10
T2) Miguel Tejada–10
T2) Brian Roberts–10
T5) Paul Konerko–9
T5) David Ortiz–9
T5) Mike Sweeney–9
T5) Richie Sexson–9*
T5) Tino Martinez–9*
T10) Manny Ramirez–8*
T10) Mark Teixeira–8

NL
T1) Troy Glaus–10
T1) Derrek Lee–10*
T3) Albert Pujols–9
T3) Reggie Sanders–9
T3) Ryan Klesko–9*
T6) Adam Dunn–8
T6) Cliff Floyd–8
T6) Jose Guillen–8
T6) Jeff Kent–8
T6) Corey Patterson–8

*–hit 1 yesterday

6) Manny Ramirez tied Dale Murphy for 41st place on the all time HR list, with 398.

7) Tino Martinez tied Hank Greenberg for 81st place on the all time HR list, with 331. Martinez has homered in 5 consecutive games.

After 3 RCAA/.776 OPS and 13 RCAA/.823 OPS seasons, Martinez is hitting .585 SLG, .352 OBA, .937 OPS, 7 RCAA start in his first 31 games. He has a .819 career OPS, compared to his league average of .768, and 121 RCAA in 1923 games.


1) The Orioles placed CF Luis Matos on the 15 day DL, sent P Rick Bauer to the minors, called up OF Jeff Fiorentino and C Sal Fasano and moved P Jason Grimsley from the 15 to the 60 day DL.

Matos broke his finger and is expected to be out 6 weeks.

After 4.55 ERA/-2 RSAA and 4.70 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Bauer is off to a 9.72 ERA/-5 RSAA start in his first 5 games. He has a 4.58 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.52, and -4 RSAA in 125 games.

Fasano, who hasn’t played in the majors since 2002, has -30 RCAA/.690 OPS in 254 career games.

2) The BlueJays called up P Scott Downs and sent P Matt Whiteside to the minors.

Downs has a 5.41 ERA/-21 RSAA in 32 career games.

Whiteside was removed from the 40 man roster. He has a 5.23 ERA/-31 RSAA in 286 career games, including a 19.64 ERA/-6 RSAA in 2 games in 2005. Whiteside hadn’t pitched in the majors since 2001.

3) Cubs 3B Aramis Ramirez was out of yesterday’s lineup, due to back spasms, and is day to day.

After -4 RCAA/.788 OPS and 24 RCAA/.951 OPS seasons, Ramirez is hitting .492 SLG, .331 OBA, .822 OPS, 0 RCAA in his first 31 games. He has a .793 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and -17 RCAA in 798 games.

4) The Rockies traded OF Michael Restovich to the Pirates for a player to be named later and claimed Ps Blaine Neal (from Redsox) and Randy Williams (from Padres) off waivers.

Restovich, who was recently designated for assignment, has -1 RCAA/.806 OPS in 75 career games, including a .452 SLG, .353 OBA, .805 OPS, -2 RCAA in 14 games in 2005.

After 8.14 ERA/-10 RSAA and 4.07 ERA/0 RSAA seasons, Neal is off to a 9.00 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 8 games. He has a 4.94 ERA, compared to his league average of 4.25, and -11 RSAA in 102 games.

Williams has a 9.00 ERA/-5 RSAA in 8 career games, including a 12.46 ERA/-4 RSAA in 2 games in 2005.

5) The Reds placed SS Rich Aurilia on the 15 day DL and called up P Elizardo Ramirez.

Aurilia has a strained hamstring.

Ramirez has a 4.76 ERA/-1 RSAA in 8 career games and made his 2005 debut yesterday.

6) The Diamondbacks sent P Randy Choate to the minors, after he cleared waivers.

After a 4.62 ERA/-1 RSAA season, Choate is off to a 9.00 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 8 games. He has a 4.71 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.47, and -3 RSAA in 164 games.

7) The Whitesox signed INF Ricky Gutierrez to a minor league contract.

Gutierrez has -106 RCAA/.689 OPS in 1119 career games.

8) Whitesox DH Carl Everett was scratched from yesterday’s lineup, due to a cramp in his leg that led to hamstring soreness.

After 24 RCAA/.876 OPS and -9 RCAA/.721 OPS seasons, Everett is off to a .419 SLG, .311 OBA, .729 OPS, -3 RCAA start in his first 32 games. He has a .814 career OPS, compared to his league average of .770, and 79 RCAA in 1217 games.

9) Whitesox LF Scott Podsednik was out of yesterday’s lineup, due to an upset stomach, and is day to day.

After 18 RCAA/.822 OPS and -20 RCAA/.677 OPS seasons, Podsednik is off to a .273 SLG, .367 OBA, .639 OPS, -1 RCAA start in his first 27 games. He has a .727 career OPS, compared to his league average of .772, and -5 RCAA in 361 games.

10) Orioles P Sidney Ponson’s line–8 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO.

After 3.75 ERA/13 RSAA and 5.30 ERA/-12 RSAA seasons, Ponson is off to a 4.93 ERA/-2 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.68 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.64, and -22 RSAA in 217 games.

11) A’s RF Bobby Kielty reached base safely 4 times–2 H, 2 BB.

After -1 RCAA/.758 OPS and -8 RCAA/.691 OPS seasons, Kielty is hitting .391 SLG, .378 OBA, .769 OPS, 1 RCAA in his first 22 games. He has a .772 career OPS, compared to his league average of .762, and 11 RCAA in 391 games.

12) Redsox C Jason Varitek reached base safely 4 times–3 H (1 2B, 1 HR), 1 BB.

After 11 RCAA/.863 OPS and 19 RCAA/.872 OPS seasons, Varitek is hitting .627 SLG, .396 OBA, 1.024 OPS, 12 RCAA in his first 27 games. He has a .806 career OPS, compared to his league average of .773, and 12 RCAA in 859 games.

13) Redsox P Matt Clement’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.11 ERA/3 RSAA and 3.68 ERA/18 RSAA seasons, Clement is off to a 3.06 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.28 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.37, and -2 RSAA in 202 games.

14) Indians 1B Ben Broussard had 3 hits (1 2B, 1 HR) and LF Coco Crisp reached base safely 4 times–3 H (2 2B), 1 BB, also 1 SB.

After 1 RCAA/.755 OPS and 18 RCAA/.858 OPS seasons in his first couple of years as a starter, Broussard is hitting .456 SLG, .336 OBA, .793 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 30 games. He has a .793 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and 18 RCAA in 324 games.

After -12 RCAA/.655 OPS and 2 RCAA/.790 OPS seasons, Crisp is off to a .419 SLG, .333 OBA, .752 OPS, -3 RCAA start in his first 33 games. He has a .728 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and –8 RCAA in 303 games.

15) Indians P Cliff Lee’s line–6 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 4 SO.

After a 5.43 ERA/-18 RSAA in his first full season, Lee has a 4.24 ERA/0 RSAA in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.79 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.56, and –12 RSAA in 51 games.

16) Mariners RF Ichiro Suzuki had 3 hits, including a HR.

After 22 RCAA/.788 OPS and 56 RCAA/.869 OPS seasons, Suzuki is hitting .489 SLG, .390 OBA, .879 OPS, 11 RCAA in his first 34 games. He has a .830 career OPS, compared to his league average of .762, and 165 RCAA in 668 games.

17) Yankees C Jorge Posada reached base safely 4 times–3 H (1 HR), 1 BB.

After 37 RCAA/.922 OPS and 18 RCAA/.881 OPS seasons, Posada is hitting .432 SLG, .336 OBA, .768 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 33 games. He has a .851 career OPS, compared to his league average of .771, and 119 RCAA in 1036 games.

18) Mariners P Jamie Moyer took a pounding–2 1/3 IP, 10 H, 6 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO.

After 3.27 ERA/27 RSAA and 5.21 ERA/-22 RSAA seasons, Moyer is off to a 5.53 ERA/-7 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.17 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.45, and 83 RSAA in 514 games.

19) Yankees P Carl Pavano took a pounding–4 IP, 10 H, 9 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 6 S0.

After 4.30 ERA/-7 RSAA and 3.00 ERA/27 RSAA seasons, Pavano is off to a 4.80 ERA/-3 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.24 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.33, and -7 RSAA in 175 games.

20) Whitesox P Orlando Hernandez’s line–6 1/3 IP, 3 H, 2 R/ER, 4 BB, 4 SO.

After 3.64 ERA/12 RSAA and 3.30 ERA/11 RSAA seasons (2002 & ’04), Hernandez is off to a 2.91 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.91 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.70, and 68 RSAA in 146 games.


1) Rockies 1B Todd Helton reached base safely 4 times–3 H (2 2B), 1 BB.

After 80 RCAA/1.088 OPS and 78 RCAA/1.088 OPS seasons, Helton is hitting .491 SLG, .428 OBA, .919 OPS, 5 RCAA in his first 31 games. He has a 1.044 career OPS, compared to his league average of .778, and 400 RCAA in 1166 games.

This year, Helton has broken the Rockies career RCAA record–

RCAA
1    Todd Helton                 400   
2    Larry Walker                397   
3    Andres Galarraga             95   
4    Ellis Burks                  64   
5    Jeromy Burnitz               12   
6    Jay Payton                   10   
7    Todd Hollandsworth            9   
T8   Clint Barmes                  8   
T8   Jeff Manto                    8   
10   Dante Bichette                6   

2) Rangers P Pedro Astacio’s line–6 IP, 6 H, 2 R/ER, 0 BB, 4 SO.

After pitching in just 12 games in 2003-04, Astacio is off to a 5.82 ERA/-5 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.63 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.26, and 1 RSAA in 358 games.

3) Royals DH Matt Stairs reached base safely 4 times–3 H (1 HR), 1 BB.

After 24 RCAA/.950 OPS and 4 RCAA/.796 OPS seasons, Stairs is hitting .519 SLG, .371 OBA, .890 OPS, 4 RCAA start in his first 26 games. He has a .854 career OPS, compared to his league average of .777, and 125 RCAA in 1198 games.

4) BlueJays 2B Orlando Hudson reached base safely 5 times (1 H, 4 BB) and 3B Shea Hillenbrand reached base safely 4 times (3 H (1 HR), 1 BB).

After -13 RCAA/.723 OPS and -5 RCAA/.779 OPS seasons, Hudson is off to a .355 SLG, .336 OBA, .691 OPS, -2 RCAA start in his first 34 games. He has a .747 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and -22 RCAA in 365 games.

After -14 RCAA/.782 OPS and 3 RCAA/.812 OPS seasons, Hillenbrand is hitting .529 SLG, .417 OBA, .946 OPS, 12 RCAA in his first 35 games. He has a .781 career OPS, compared to his league average of .765, and -14 RCAA in 612 games.

5) Royals P Denny Bautista took a pounding–2 1/3 IP, 5 H, 5 R/ER, 5 BB, 0 SO.

Bautista has a 7.03 ERA/-20 RSAA in 14 career games, including a 5.80 ERA/-7 RSAA in 7 starts in 2005.

6) Nationals P Claudio Vargas’s line–6 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO.

Vargas was making his 2005 debut.

7) Diamondbacks P Javier Vazquez’s line–7 IP, 6 H, 2 R/ER, 0 BB, 7 SO.

After 3.24 ERA/48 RSAA and 4.91 ERA/-10 RSAA seasons, Vazquez is off to a 4.41 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.27 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.39, and 42 RSAA in 232 games.

8) Cubs P Mark Prior’s line–7 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 7 SO.

After 2.43 ERA/42 RSAA and 4.02 ERA/7 RSAA seasons, Prior is off to a 2.77 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 3.06 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.25, and 66 RSAA in 76 games.

9) Padres 2B Mark Loretta had 5 hits (1 2B) and CF Dave Roberts reached base safely 5 times (4 H (1 2B), 1 BB).

After 19 RCAA/.814 OPS and 44 RCAA/.886 OPS seasons, Loretta is hitting .347 SLG, .384 OBA, .731 OPS, 2 RCAA in his first 35 games. He has a .779 career OPS, compared to his league average of .778, and 35 RCAA in 1160 games.

After -9 RCAA/.638 OPS and 1 RCAA/.716 OPS seasons, Roberts is off to a .420 SLG, .337 OBA, .757 OPS, -1 RCAA start in his first 20 games. He has a .683 career OPS, compared to his league average of .772, and -11 RCAA in 442 games.

10) Padres P Tim Stauffer’s line–6 IP, 4 H, 2 R/ER, 3 BB, 5 SO.

Stauffer was making his major league debut.

11) Reds P Paul Wilson took a pounding–5 IP, 12 H, 5 R/ER, 1 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.83 ERA/-8 RSAA and 4.64 ERA/-7 RSAA seasons, Wilson is off to a 7.46 ERA/-16 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.83 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.39, and -61 RSAA in 169 games.

12) Braves LF Ryan Langerhans hit 2 HR.

Langerhans has 1 RCAA/.799 OPS in 39 career games, including a .604 SLG, .294 OBA, .898 OPS, 2 RCAA in 22 games in 2005.

13) Rockies P Byung-Hyun Kim’s line–5 IP, 3 H, 1 R/ER, 4 BB, 5 SO.

After 3.31 ERA/20 RSAA and 6.23 ERA/-3 RSAA seasons, Kim is off to a 6.00 ERA/-2 RSAA start in his first 12 games (1 start). He has a 3.48 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.40, and 58 RSAA in 311 games.

14) Astros P Roy Oswalt’s line–7 2/3 IP, 5 H, 2 R/ER, 5 BB, 6 SO.

After 2.97 ERA/21 RSAA and 3.49 ERA/22 RSAA seasons, Oswalt is off to a 4.02 ERA/2 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 3.17 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.26, and 107 RSAA in 128 games.

15) Marlins P Dontrelle Willis’s line–8 IP, 6 H, 1 R/ER, 2 BB, 5 SO.

After starting his career with 3.30 ERA/12 RSAA and 4.02 ERA/2 RSAA seasons, Willis is off to a 1.08 ERA/17 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 3.38 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.30, and 31 RSAA in 66 games.

16) Phillies P Cory Lidle took a pounding–7 2/3 IP, 6 H, 5 R/ER, 2 BB, 11 SO.

After 5.75 ERA/-21 RSAA and 4.90 ERA/-19 RSAA seasons, Lidle is off to a 4.43 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.52 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.47, and -4 RSAA in 222 games. He recently passed 1000 career IP (he currently has 1010).

17) Brewers P Doug Davis’s line–8 IP, 6 H, 2 R/ER, 2 BB, 4 SO.

After 4.03 ERA/8 RSAA and 3.39 ERA/24 RSAA seasons, Davis is off to a 4.89 ERA/-3 RSAA start in his first 8 starts. He has a 4.39 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.47, and 18 RSAA in 135 games.

18) Pirates P Josh Fogg’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 2 R/ER, 1 BB, 2 SO.

After 5.26 ERA/-16 RSAA and 4.64 ERA/-10 RSAA seasons, Fogg is off to a 3.96 ERA/1 RSAA start in his first 6 starts. He has a 4.59 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.24, and -21 RSAA in 108 games.

19) Cardinals SS David Eckstein reached base safely 5 times–4 H, 1 BB.

After -12 RCAA/.651 OPS and -17 RCAA/.671 OPS seasons, Eckstein is off to a .377 SLG, .397 OBA, .774 OPS, 2 RCAA start in his first 32 games. He has a .704 career OPS, compared to his league average of .764, and -30 RCAA in 599 games.

20) Dodgers P Brad Penny took a pounding–4 2/3 IP, 12 H, 6 R/ER, 1 BB, 3 SO.

After 4.13 ERA/-3 RSAA and 3.15 ERA/15 RSAA seasons, Penny is off to a 3.97 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.03 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.34, and 8 RSAA in 138 games.

21) Cardinals P Jeff Suppan’s line–7 IP, 9 H, 3 R/ER, 0 BB, 7 SO.

After 4.19 ERA/4 RSAA and 4.16 ERA/0 RSAA seasons, Suppan is off to a 3.53 ERA/3 RSAA start in his first 7 starts. He has a 4.77 career ERA, compared to his league of 4.56, and -3 RSAA in 260 games.


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