1) Yesterday’s scores–
Astros 5, Cardinals 2 (Cardinals lead the series, 2-1)
Yankees 19, Redsox 8 (Yankees lead the series, 3-0)
2) Today’s schedule–
Cardinals (Jason Marquis, 3.71) at Astros (Roy Oswalt, 3.49), 4:15
Yankees (Orlando Hernandez, 3.30) at Redsox (Derek Lowe, 5.42), 8:00
3) Yesterday’s HRs–
4) Yankees 1B John had Olerud to leave yesterday’s game, due to a bruised left instep. X-rays were negative and he’s expected to be able to play today.
After 41 RCAA/.893 OPS and 2 RCAA/.761 OPS seasons, Olerud hit .374 SLG, .359 OBA, .733 OPS, 0 RCAA in 127 games (first 78 with the Mariners). He has a .864 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and 395 RCAA in 2147 games.
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