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Major League News for June 28

Yesterday’s Results
Today’s Games
Standings
Game of the Day
Yesterday’s Home Runs
Top Minor League Performances
Player News
Stats


Yesterday’s Results
Interleague
BOS     9  NYN     4    (Recap and Boxscore) Lester: 5 IP, 2 R
CHA     4  PIT     2    (Recap and Boxscore) Buehrle: 7 IP, 2 R
CLE     3  STL     1    (Recap and Boxscore) Sabathia: 8 IP, 1 R
DET     4  HOU     0    (Recap and Boxscore) Robertson: 7 IP, 0 R; Clemens: 6.1 IP, 2 R
KC      9  CIN     8    (Recap and Boxscore) Brown: 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI
MIN     9  LAN     2    (Recap and Boxscore) Mauer: 5-5, batting .389; Liriano: 7 IP, 2 R
SEA    11  ARI     7    (Recap and Boxscore) Johjima: 2 HR, 5 RBI; Beltre, Tracy, Byrnes: 2 2B
TOR     6  WAS     0    (Recap and Boxscore) Burnett: 9 IP, 0 R, 7 K; Hill: 3 RBI
ATL     5  NYA     2    (Recap and Boxscore) Ramirez: 8 IP, 1 R
COL    12  LAA     4    (Recap and Boxscore) Holliday: 3 2B; Cook: 7 IP, 3 R
FLA     8  TB      4    (Recap and Boxscore) Olivo: 2 HR, 5 RBI
SD      3  OAK     0    (Recap and Boxscore) Young: 6 IP, 0 R
SF      5  TEX     3    (Recap and Boxscore) Winn: 4-5, 3 RBI, Morris: 8 IP, 0 ER
PHI AT BAL WAS POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN

National League
MIL     8  CHN     5    (Recap and Boxscore) MIL: 4 in 9th; Zambrano: 8 IP, 4 R; hit HR


Today’s Games
Visitors                          Home                             Time
ATL - Smoltz J. (4-5, 3.89)       NYY - Wang C. (8-3, 4.14)        1:05
HOU - Pettitte A.* (6-8, 5.75)    DET - Verlander J. (9-4, 3.39)   1:05
LAD - Perez O.* (4-2, 6.33)       MIN - Santana J.* (8-4, 2.75)    1:10
PHI - Hamels C.* (1-3, 4.41)      BAL - Bedard E.* (7-6, 5.09)     1:35
MIL - Bush D. (5-6, 4.64)         CHC - Marmol C. (1-2, 4.98)      2:20
CWS - Garcia F. (9-4, 4.66)       PIT - Maholm P.* (2-6, 4.90)     7:05
TB - Fossum C.* (2-3, 5.25)       FLA - Olsen S.* (6-3, 4.60)      7:05
NYM - Martinez P. (7-3, 3.01)     BOS - Beckett J. (9-3, 4.84)     7:05
PHI - Mathieson S. (0-1, 4.22)    BAL - Benson K. (8-5, 4.06)      7:05
WAS - Hill S. (1-2, 4.26)         TOR - Lilly T.* (7-7, 4.15)      7:07
KC - Elarton S. (3-8, 4.87)       CIN - Harang A. (8-5, 3.59)      7:10
CLE - Westbrook J. (6-4, 4.36)    STL - Carpenter C. (6-4, 2.97)   8:10
SEA - Hernandez F. (7-7, 5.10)    ARI - Gonzalez E. (0-1, 6.00)    9:40
COL - Francis J.* (5-7, 4.37)     LAA - Santana E. (8-3, 4.03)    10:05
OAK - Blanton J. (7-6, 4.67)      SD - Hensley C. (4-6, 4.38)     10:05
TEX - Rheinecker J.* (3-1, 3.57)  SF - Lowry N.* (2-5, 4.23)      10:15


Standings

The graphics next to each team are called “sparklines.” They depict each team’s performance over the last month. Each “up” bar is a victory and a “down” bar is a loss. There are horizontal lines for home games and gray bars represent games decided by two runs or less. “PWins” is short for Projected Wins, based on each team’s Run Differential, and is often a better measure of a team’s true strength.

Other team graphs and stats can be found on our Team Page.

American League East        Pwins  Diff
BOS     46  28 .622    0.0   42      4      
NYA     43  32 .573    3.5   44     -1      
TOR     42  34 .553    5.0   42      0      
BAL     35  42 .455   12.5   34      1      
TB      33  45 .423   15.0   31      2      
American League Central
DET     53  25 .679    0.0   51      2      
CHA     50  26 .658    2.0   47      3      
MIN     41  35 .539   11.0   40      1      
CLE     35  41 .461   17.0   41     -6      
KC      25  50 .333   26.5   25      0      
American League West
OAK     41  35 .539    0.0   39      2      
TEX     40  37 .519    1.5   40      0      
SEA     39  39 .500    3.0   41     -2      
LAA     35  42 .455    6.5   35      0      

National League East         Pwins Diff
NYN     47  29 .618    0.0   46      1      
PHI     35  40 .467   11.5   35      0      
FLA     34  40 .459   12.0   38     -4      
WAS     33  45 .423   15.0   34     -1      
ATL     33  45 .423   15.0   36     -3      
National League Central
STL     42  34 .553    0.0   40      2      
CIN     41  36 .532    1.5   38      3      
MIL     39  39 .500    4.0   34      5      
HOU     38  40 .487    5.0   36      2      
CHN     28  48 .368   14.0   28      0      
PIT     26  52 .333   17.0   33     -7      
National League West
SD      40  36 .526    0.0   39      1      
LAN     40  37 .519    0.5   43     -3      
COL     39  38 .506    1.5   39      0      
SF      38  38 .500    2.0   39     -1      
ARI     37  40 .481    3.5   37      0      


Game of the Day

The Royals beat the Reds 9-8, thanks to a two-run, two-out pinch hit home run by Matt Stairs in the ninth inning. The game featured the major leagues’ two worst bullpens and one its most homerific ballparks, and the action followed the script. Starter Eric Milton gave up three home runs, the Reds added two of their own, Todd Coffey relinguished the Stairs home run, and the Royals’ bullpen allowed three runs in the last two innings before finishing the game.

KANSAS CITY (9) VS CINCINNATI (8) - FINAL

KANSAS CITY            ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
D DeJesus cf            3  1  1  1   2  0   2  .279
M Grudzielanek 2b       4  1  1  0   0  1   1  .286
R Sanders rf            3  1  0  0   2  1   1  .246
E Brown lf              4  3  3  4   0  0   1  .283
T Graffanino 3b         4  0  1  0   0  0   2  .250
 E Dessens p            0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 J Affeldt p            0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 b-M Stairs ph          1  1  1  2   0  0   0  .257
 A Burgos p             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
D Mientkiewicz 1b       5  0  1  1   0  0   1  .271
A Berroa ss             4  0  0  0   0  0   1  .245
J Buck c                4  1  2  1   0  2   2  .257
M Wood p                1  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 T Wellemeyer p         1  0  0  0   0  1   0  .000
 a-E German ph          0  1  0  0   1  0   0  .330
 A Sisco p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 M Teahen 3b            1  0  0  0   0  0   0  .242

Totals                 35  9 10  9   5  5  11

a-walked for T Wellemeyer in the 7th;  b-homered to right center for J Affeldt 
in the 9th.

BATTING: 2B - T Graffanino (11, E Milton); E Brown 2 (20, T Coffey, E Milton). 
HR - E Brown (6, 2nd inning off E Milton 0 on, 0 Out), J Buck (6, 5th inning 
off E Milton 0 on, 2 Out), D Dejesus (3, 6th inning off E Milton 0 on, 0 Out), 
M Stairs (7, 9th inning off T Coffey 1 on, 2 Out). S - M Grudzielanek. SF - E 
Brown. RBI - E Brown 4 (37), J Buck (22), D DeJesus (12), D Mientkiewicz (30), 
M Stairs 2 (29). 2-out RBI - J Buck, M Stairs 2. Runners left in scoring 
position, 2 out - T Graffanino 1, J Buck 2, D DeJesus 1. GIDP - R Sanders. Team 
LOB - 6. 
 
FIELDING: E - R Sanders (2, bobble). 

CINCINNATI             ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
F Lopez ss              5  0  1  0   0  0   0  .264
A Dunn lf               4  1  2  1   1  2   1  .226
K Griffey Jr cf         4  1  1  2   1  0   2  .259
R Aurilia 3b            5  1  2  0   0  1   0  .267
S Hatteberg 1b          5  2  2  2   0  0   3  .290
A Kearns rf             4  1  2  1   1  2   0  .272
B Phillips 2b           5  1  1  0   0  0   2  .308
D Ross c                4  0  1  1   0  0   0  .320
E Milton p              2  1  1  0   0  0   0  .174
 J Standridge p         0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 E Yan p                0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 a-R Freel ph           1  0  0  0   0  0   0  .301
 K Mercker p            0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 b-J Valentin ph        1  0  0  1   0  0   1  .210
 Q McCracken pr         0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .184
 T Coffey p             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000

Totals                 40  8 13  8   3  5   9

a-flied out to right for E Yan in the 7th;  b-grounded into fielder's choice to 
shortstop for K Mercker in the 8th.

BATTING: 2B - E Milton (2, M Wood); R Aurilia (13, M Wood). HR - K Griffey Jr 
(14, 3rd inning off M Wood 1 on, 2 Out), S Hatteberg (5, 9th inning off A 
Burgos 0 on, 1 Out). RBI - A Dunn (46), K Griffey Jr 2 (43), S Hatteberg 2 
(20), A Kearns (44), D Ross (26), J Valentin (10). 2-out RBI - A Dunn, K 
Griffey Jr 2, S Hatteberg, A Kearns. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - 
S Hatteberg 2, K Griffey Jr 1. Team LOB - 8. 
 
FIELDING: E - B Phillips (6, ground ball). DP: 1 (R Aurilia-B Phillips-S 
Hatteberg). 

----------------------------------------------------
    KANSAS CITY     - 010 014 102   --   9
    CINCINNATI      - 005 000 021   --   8
----------------------------------------------------

KANSAS CITY                  ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
M Wood                        3 2/3   7   5   4   1   1   1   4.87
T Wellemeyer                  2 1/3   0   0   0   0   3   0   1.50
A Sisco (H, 4)                  2/3   1   0   0   1   0   0   7.44
E Dessens (B, 4)                2/3   4   2   2   0   0   0   4.07
J Affeldt (W, 3-5)              2/3   0   0   0   1   0   0   6.99
A Burgos (S, 13)              1       1   1   1   0   1   1   6.56


CINCINNATI                   ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
E Milton                      5 1/3   7   6   6   2   3   3   5.14
J Standridge                    2/3   0   1   1   2   1   0   3.86
E Yan                         1       0   0   0   1   0   0   4.22
K Mercker                     1       1   0   0   0   0   0   6.00
T Coffey (L, 3-2)             1       2   2   2   0   1   1   2.61

J Standridge pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.

WP - E Dessens. IBB - R Sanders (by E Yan). Pitches-strikes: M Wood 58-38; T 
Wellemeyer 25-17; A Sisco 23-12; E Dessens 21-13; J Affeldt 17-9; A Burgos 
14-9; E Milton 81-51; J Standridge 23-10; E Yan 14-9; K Mercker 12-7; T Coffey 
14-10. Ground balls-fly balls: M Wood 6-4; T Wellemeyer 2-2; A Sisco 1-1; E 
Dessens 2-0; J Affeldt 1-1; A Burgos 1-1; E Milton 6-7; J Standridge 1-0; E Yan 
1-2; K Mercker 2-2; T Coffey 1-1. Batters faced: M Wood 19; T Wellemeyer 7; A 
Sisco 4; E Dessens 6; J Affeldt 3; A Burgos 4; E Milton 24; J Standridge 4; E 
Yan 4; K Mercker 5; T Coffey 5. 
 
UMPIRES: HP--Larry Poncino. 1B--Rob Drake. 2B--Ed Hickox. 3B--Chad  
Fairchild. 

T--3:07. Att--21,420. 
Weather: 79 degrees, overcast. Wind: 10 mph, right to left.

The following graph tracks the game’s Win Probability, courtesy of Fan Graphs.

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Yesterday’s Home Runs

The following stats are provided by Hit Tracker, which logs the projected distance of each home run (if it were to land uninterrupted at field level) and its “standard” distance, which is corrected for weather conditions.

Hitter                     Pitcher                True Dist  Std. Dist. HR #
Overbay, Lyle        TOR   Ortiz, Ramon      WAS       451       450     11
Branyan, Russell     TB    Nolasco, Ricky    FLA       428       433      9
Green, Shawn         ARI   Washburn, Jarrod  SEA       444       430      8
Griffey Jr., Ken     CIN   Wood, Mike        KC        428       429     14
Gomez, Alexis        DET   Nieve, Fernando   HOU       426       428      1
Norton, Greg         TB    Nolasco, Ricky    FLA       419       425      4
Ramirez, Aramis      CHC   Capellan, Jose    MIL       412       421     14
Belliard, Ronnie     CLE   Reyes, Anthony    STL       422       420      5
Huff, Aubrey         TB    Nolasco, Ricky    FLA       422       419      5
Stairs, Matt         KC    Coffey, Todd      CIN       417       419      7
Brown, Emil          KC    Milton, Eric      CIN       438       417      6
Kent, Jeff           LAD   Liriano, FranciscoMIN       418       411      9
Cabrera, Miguel      FLA   Kazmir, Scott     TB        424       409     12
Johjima, Kenji       SEA   Lyon, Brandon     ARI       417       405     10
Olivo, Miguel        FLA   Jackson, Edwin    TB        417       404      8
Hatteberg, Scott     CIN   Burgos, Ambiorix  KC        406       402      5
Buck, John           KC    Milton, Eric      CIN       409       400      6
LaRoche, Adam        ATL   Villone, Ron      NYY       382       396     12
Hawpe, Brad          COL   Weaver, Jeff      LAA       393       395     14
Gonzalez, Luis       ARI   Washburn, Jarrod  SEA       404       393      6
Garciaparra, Nomar   LAD   Liriano, FranciscoMIN       399       393     10
Beltran, Carlos      NYM   Tavarez, Julian   BOS       416       388     21
Cabrera, Melky       NYY   Sosa, Jorge       ATL       370       387      2
Quinlan, Robb        LAA   King, Ray         COL       382       385      3
Olivo, Miguel        FLA   Kazmir, Scott     TB        400       384      7
Lee, Carlos          MIL   Zambrano, Carlos  CHC       382       384     25
DeJesus, David       KC    Milton, Eric      CIN       381       383      3
Barajas, Rod         TEX   Worrell, Tim      SF        373       376      6
Zambrano, Carlos     CHC   Jackson, Zach     MIL       374       372      2
Gonzalez, Alex       BOS   Soler, Alay       NYM       397       364      4
Wilson, Craig        PIT   Buehrle, Mark     CWS       350       364     12
Johjima, Kenji       SEA   Webb, Brandon     ARI       372       362      9
Winn, Randy          SF    Millwood, Kevin   TEX       390       361      8
Lugo, Julio          TB    Herges, Matt      FLA       369       356      8
Hill, Aaron          TOR   Ortiz, Ramon      WAS       351       350      2
Marrero, Eli         NYM   Hansen, Craig     BOS       366       345      5
Delgado, Carlos      NYM   Lester, Jon       BOS       380       342     21
Lowell, Mike         BOS   Soler, Alay       NYM       362       327      9


Top Minor League Games

The following list, provided by First Inning, includes the top minor league batting (based on Runs Created) and pitching (based on Game Score) performances from yesterday.

ORG LVL PLAYER            POS AB  H 2B 3B HR BB SO  Notes
ARI AAA Carlos Quentin     RF  3  2  1  0  1  1  0   
BAL AAA Eli Whiteside       C  4  3  0  0  1  0  0   
BOS AAA Adam Stern         LF  5  4  0  0  2  0  0  4 RBI
BOS A   Jay Johnson        RF  7  5  1  0  0  0  2  .520 OBP during past week
CHW AA  Cory Aldridge      LF  5  5  0  0  0  0  0   
DET A-  Casper Wells       RF  2  2  0  0  1  0  0   
HOU AA  Hunter Pence       RF  3  3  0  0  1  2  0   
MIL A   Michael Bell       SS  4  3  0  0  1  0  1   
NYY A-  Tony Roth          3B  4  3  0  1  0  1  1   
SEA AA  Michael Wilson     LF  3  3  1  0  1  1  0   
 
ORG LVL PLAYER             IP   H  R ER SO BB HR  Notes
ARI AA  Ross Ohlendorf     7.0  4  0  0  4  0  0   
CIN AA  Homer Bailey       6.0  0  0  0  6  2  0   
CIN AAA Chris Michalak     8.0  5  0  0  2  0  0  1.15 ERA over past month
DET A-  Matt O'Brien       7.0  2  0  0  7  1  0   
HOU AAA Jared Gothreaux    7.0  5  1  1  9  0  1   
KC  A   Carlos Rosa        7.0  1  0  0  8  2  0   
LAA A   Nick Adenhart      8.0  3  0  0  6  3  0   
MIL AA  Corey Thurman      7.0  3  1  1  8  1  0   
NYY A-  Rolando Japa       6.0  0  1  0  4  2  0   
SEA AA  Ryan Feierabend    8.0  3  1  1 11  0  1  19 K over last 15 IP


Player News

Player news items are provided by CBS SportsLine.com.

The Devil Rays traded pitcher Mark Hendrickson and catcher Toby Hall to the Dodgers for pitcher Jae Seo, minor-league catcher Dioner Navarro and a player to be named. Hendrickson was 4-8 with a 3.81 ERA in 13 starts. The 32-year-old lefty held opponents to a .241 batting average. Hall hit .231 with eight home runs and 23 RBI for the last-place Devil Rays. He has thrown out 35 percent of would-be basestealers in his career. “Mark will add some depth to our starting rotation as we head into the second half of the season,” Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti. “Toby is an experienced catcher who will serve us well both behind the plate and off the bench.” Seo, traded from the New York Mets to the Dodgers in the offseason, was 2-4 with a 5.78 ERA. The righty is 24-26 with a 4.13 ERA lifetime.

A.J. Burnett picked up his first American League win in Tuesday’s game against the Nationals and he did it in style. He allowed six hits and no walks in a complete game shutout, striking out seven batters in the win.

Roger Clemens allowed just two runs — one earned — and three hits in 6 1/3 innings to take another tough loss despite pitching really well. He walked two batters and struck out three, as he got a big hand from the Tiger fans upon departing.

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brett Myers will take a leave of absence from the team through the All-Star break to focus on personal matters following his arrest on assault charges against his wife. Myers was arrested Friday and charged with hitting his wife in the face on a street not far from Fenway Park where the Phillies played the Red Sox. He was freed after his wife posted $200 bail and faces a court date of Aug. 4.

For the Giants, Omar Vizquel (back) was out of the lineup for Tuesday’s game against the Rangers, as he was given a night off to rest his back. Armando Benitez (elbow) was unavailable, as Jeremy Accardo came on in the top of the ninth inning with two outs for his second save of the season. And Moises Alou (back) remained sidelined, as he was still not ready to start. He was unable to come on and serve as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning.

The Marlins’ Dan Uggla (hamstring) was sidelined again on Tuesday against the Devil Rays. Earlier, manager Joe Girardi said a trip to the 15-day disabled list is a possibility.

The Cubs’ official website reports Freddie Bynum (arm) is out at least four weeks due to a blood clot in his right arm. He is taking blood thinning medication to avoid a more serious medical issue. Phil Nevin will be the beneficiary of semi-regular playing time in the outfield with Bynum out.

David Wells (knee) is expected to join the Red Sox in Tampa Bay next week according to the team.

Duaner Sanchez (pinched nerve) was able to pitch in Tuesday’s loss at Boston. He allowed a run off three hits in an inning of work.

The Cubs’ Tony Womack (back) was sent to Triple-A Iowa due to a special clause in his contract which allows them an extra roster spot without having to place him on the 15-day disabled list. “He had a special clause in his contract where he could go down without being off the roster and he’s available to come back,” manager Dusty Baker.

The Cubs’ Scott Williamson (elbow) was activated from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday. He will work in middle relief. David Aardsma was optioned to Triple-A Iowa. “We didn’t want to send him down either,” manager Dusty Baker said. “He’s been throwing good, but somebody had to go when Williamson came off the disabled list and they both do kind of the same job.”

Also for the Cubs, Geovany Soto was recalled from Triple-A Iowa on Tuesday, as Henry Blanco has been battling a sore neck. However, the veteran was able to go on Tuesday.

The Toronto Blue Jays activated right-hander Pete Walker from the 15-day disabled list Tuesday and outrighted right-hander Josh Towers to Triple-A Syracuse for a second time.

The Pirates announced that Oliver Perez will be moved out of the starting rotation and into the bullpen. Ryan Vogelsong was also designated for assignment. The team has 10 days to either trade, release or outright him to Triple-A if he passes through waivers. The Pirates recalled Jonah Bayliss from Triple-A Indianapolis.

The Los Angeles Dodgers placed pitcher Brett Tomko on the 15-day disabled list. The move is retroactive to Saturday when Tomko suffered a left oblique strain against Pittsburgh, and left after five scoreless innings.

Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. Cano, the leading vote getter at his position for the AL All-Star team, was put on the DL retroactive to Monday. New York called up infielder Nick Green from Triple-A Columbus to take his roster spot.

With an off day Thursday, the Indians will keep Cliff Lee and C.C. Sabathia on regular rest and skip phenom LHP Jeremy Sowers.

The Washington Nationals came to terms with their top draft choice, high school outfielder Chris Marrero of Miami. Marrero, who will turn 18 on Sunday, agreed to a signing bonus of $1.625 million after the Nationals selected him with the 15th pick in the draft. Last Friday, the Nationals gave a $1.425 million bonus to right-handed pitcher Colton Willems, another Florida high school prospect and first round pick.

Angel Howie Kendrick is hitting an impressive .390 with 11 home runs and 52 RBI for Triple-A Salt Lake. He also has eight steals for the Bees.

A recent 1-for-20 slump dropped Atlanta’s top prospect Jarrod Saltalamacchia’s batting average to .202 for Double-A Mississippi entering Monday night. “Mechanically, he’s sound,” Mississippi Braves hitting coach Phillip Wellman told the Clarion Ledger. “If you rule out mechanical problems, then it’s something above his shoulders. Right now, he lacks confidence.”

Pittsburgh RHP Matt Capps leads all rookies with 38 relief appearances, putting him on pace to pitch in 80 games this season. The Pirates’ rookie record for games pitched is 72 by Rich Loiselle in 1997.


THT’s Stats

Most people know that, among the most common batting stats, OBP and SLG are the two best stats for evaluating hitters. It can be hard to find the pitching equivalent of OBP and SLG, however. Most fantasy players refer to WHIP (Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched), which is just OBP in a different format. But a pitcher’s slugging average allowed isn’t easily available.

Look no longer. Here are the top twenty major league leaders in Slugging Percentage Allowed (along with each pitcher’s ERA and WHIP, to give you the full picture).

Last         First      Team    SLGA     ERA    WHIP
Martinez     Pedro      NYN     .327    3.01    0.94
Lackey       John       LAA     .327    3.31    1.11
Lowe         Derek      LAN     .333    3.49    1.23
Contreras    Jose       CHA     .339    3.15    1.09
Schmidt      Jason      SF      .341    2.82    1.10
Zambrano     Carlos     CHN     .350    2.95    1.24
Bonderman    Jeremy     DET     .353    3.65    1.16
Penny        Brad       LAN     .358    3.06    1.21
Wang         Chien-Ming NYA     .358    4.14    1.29
Halladay     Roy        TOR     .359    3.07    1.05
Zito         Barry      OAK     .362    3.46    1.32
Young        Chris      SD      .366    2.97    1.09
Hendrickson  Mark       TB      .369    3.81    1.28
Santana      Johan      MIN     .371    2.75    0.98
Mussina      Mike       NYA     .372    3.28    1.08
Wakefield    Tim        BOS     .376    3.86    1.24
Westbrook    Jake       CLE     .376    4.36    1.28
Arroyo       Bronson    CIN     .378    2.58    1.12
Capuano      Chris      MIL     .380    3.10    1.16
Santana      Ervin R    LAA     .380    4.03    1.21

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