THT Daily: Yankees on a Roll

Major League News for August 20

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
American League
BAL    15  TOR     0    (Recap and Boxscore)
NYA    13  BOS     5    (Recap and Boxscore)
CLE     5  TB      3    (Recap and Boxscore)
TEX     3  DET     1    (Recap and Boxscore)
OAK     7  KC      2    (Recap and Boxscore)
CHA     4  MIN     1    (Recap and Boxscore)
LAA     9  SEA     7    (Recap and Boxscore)

National League
ATL     5  FLA     3    (Recap and Boxscore)
NYN     7  COL     4    (Recap and Boxscore)
PHI    11  WAS     2    (Recap and Boxscore)
CHN     5  STL     4    (Recap and Boxscore)
CIN    14  PIT     7    (Recap and Boxscore)
MIL     6  HOU     4    (Recap and Boxscore)
ARI     5  SD      3    (Recap and Boxscore)
LAN    14  SF      7    (Recap and Boxscore)


Today’s Games
Visitors                        Home                             Starts
ATL - Cormier L. (2-4, 6.08)    FLA - Willis D.* (7-10, 4.14)      1:05
TEX - Koronka J.* (7-7, 5.31)   DET - Bonderman J. (11-5, 3.69)    1:05
COL - Jennings J. (7-9, 3.34)   NYM - Hernandez O. (8-9, 5.54)     1:10
CLE - Westbrook J. (9-8, 4.20)  TB - Seo J. (1-5, 4.26)            1:15
PIT - Santos V. (5-7, 5.48)     CIN - Harang A. (12-8, 3.82)       1:15
WAS - Astacio P. (3-2, 4.64)    PHI - Wolf R.* (1-0, 4.35)         1:35
TOR - Halladay R. (15-3, 3.20)  BAL - Bedard E.* (12-8, 3.81)      1:35
HOU - Clemens R. (4-4, 2.71)    MIL - Davis D.* (9-6, 4.97)        2:05
CWS - Vazquez J. (11-7, 5.13)   MIN - Santana J.* (14-5, 3.10)     2:10
OAK - Saarloos K. (5-6, 4.77)   KC - Hernandez R. (3-7, 7.49)      2:10
STL - Carpenter C. (11-6, 3.09) CHC - Mateo J. (1-0, 3.00)         2:20
SEA - Woods J.* (3-1, 4.11)     LAA - Santana E. (12-6, 4.36)      3:35
ARI - Batista M. (10-5, 4.67)   SD - Young C. (9-5, 3.80)          4:05
LAD - Lowe D. (10-8, 3.97)      SF - Morris M. (8-10, 4.62)        4:05
NYY - Mussina M. (13-5, 3.54)   BOS - Schilling C. (14-5, 3.83)    8:05


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 red 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
NYA     73  48 .603    0.0   71      2      
BOS     69  53 .566    4.5   65      4      
TOR     65  58 .528    9.0   64      1      
BAL     55  68 .447   19.0   55      0      
TB      49  74 .398   25.0   50     -1      
American League Central
DET     79  44 .642    0.0   76      3      
CHA     73  49 .598    5.5   70      3      
MIN     71  51 .582    7.5   68      3      
CLE     55  67 .451   23.5   66     -11     
KC      45  80 .360   35.0   46     -1      
American League West
OAK     69  54 .561    0.0   63      6      
LAA     65  59 .524    4.5   64      1      
TEX     64  60 .516    5.5   66     -2      
SEA     56  67 .455   13.0   58     -2      

National League East         Pwins Diff
NYN     74  48 .607    0.0   70      4      
PHI     60  62 .492   14.0   62     -2      
ATL     58  64 .475   16.0   62     -4      
FLA     56  66 .459   18.0   59     -3      
WAS     54  69 .439   20.5   54      0      
National League Central
STL     65  57 .533    0.0   62      3      
CIN     63  60 .512    2.5   59      4      
MIL     59  64 .480    6.5   54      5      
HOU     58  65 .472    7.5   60     -2      
CHN     53  69 .434   12.0   50      3      
PIT     47  76 .382   18.5   54     -7      
National League West
LAN     65  58 .528    0.0   67     -2      
ARI     62  61 .504    3.0   61      1      
SD      61  62 .496    4.0   62     -1      
SF      59  64 .480    6.0   61     -2      
COL     59  64 .480    6.0   63     -4      

Wildcard Standings
American League
CHA     73  49 .598    0.0
MIN     71  51 .582    2.0
BOS     69  53 .566    4.0
TOR     65  58 .528    8.5
LAA     65  59 .524    9.0
National League
CIN     63  60 .512    0.0
ARI     62  61 .504    1.0
SD      61  62 .496    2.0
PHI     60  62 .492    2.5
MIL     59  64 .480    4.0


Game of the Day

The Yankees are making a very loud statement in Boston, winning this latest game 13-5 after sweeping the previous day’s doubleheader, 12-4 and 14-11. According to Elias, the Yankees are the first visiting team to score 12-or-more runs in each of three straight games in the history of Fenway Park. It’s also only the third time in Yankees history that they scored at least a dozen runs in each of three straight games. They also did it in May 1936 and in May 1998.

Here’s another: the Yankees have drawn 28 walks in the first three games of this series. It’s the most walks over any three consecutive nine-inning games for a major league team since the Giants drew 28 bases on balls over three games in August 2000. The last time the Yankees did it was in August 1938.

NY YANKEES (13) VS BOSTON (5) - FINAL

NY YANKEES             ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
J Damon dh              6  1  3  1   0  0   2  .297
D Jeter ss              4  1  0  0   1  1   1  .335
B Abreu rf              4  2  1  0   2  2   0  .392
 A Guiel rf             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .235
J Giambi 1b             2  2  1  0   3  0   1  .256
 C Wilson pr-1b         1  1  0  0   0  1   0  .259
A Rodriguez 3b          3  2  1  2   2  1   4  .288
 N Green 3b             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .187
R Cano 2b               3  2  2  5   2  0   0  .330
J Posada c              4  0  1  4   1  0   2  .270
 S Fasano pr-c          0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .130
B Williams cf           4  1  1  1   1  1   3  .282
M Cabrera lf            4  1  0  0   1  1   2  .291

Totals                 35 13 10 13  13  7  15

BATTING: 2B - J Damon 3 (29, J Beckett 3); B Abreu (7, J Beckett); A Rodriguez 
(22, J Beckett); J Giambi (18, J Van Buren). 3B - J Posada (2, M Delcarmen). HR 
- B Williams (9, 2nd inning off J Beckett 0 on, 2 Out), R Cano (8, 8th inning 
off J Van Buren 2 on, 1 Out). S - D Jeter. RBI - B Williams (47), J Damon (67), 
R Cano 5 (44), A Rodriguez 2 (91), J Posada 4 (63). 2-out RBI - B Williams, J 
Damon, R Cano 2, A Rodriguez, J Posada 3. Runners left in scoring position, 2 
out - J Damon 1, D Jeter 1, J Posada 1, B Williams 3. GIDP - A Rodriguez. Team 
LOB - 9. 
 
BASERUNNING: SB - M Cabrera (10, 2nd base off J Beckett/J Lopez), B Abreu (7, 
2nd base off J Beckett/J Lopez), J Posada (2, 2nd base off J Beckett/J Lopez). 
 
FIELDING: DP: 2 (R Cano-D Jeter-J Giambi, D Jeter-R Cano-J Giambi). 
 
BOSTON                 ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
K Youkilis 1b           4  0  0  0   1  0   0  .292
M Loretta 2b            1  1  0  0   2  0   0  .308
D Ortiz dh              2  1  0  1   1  1   2  .284
M Ramirez lf            1  1  1  3   2  0   0  .327
 a-E Hinske ph-lf       1  0  0  0   0  1   0  .268
J Lopez c               4  1  1  0   0  1   3  .265
M Lowell 3b             4  0  2  0   0  0   1  .286
W Pena rf               4  0  1  1   0  0   1  .301
G Kapler cf             4  0  0  0   0  1   2  .226
A Cora ss               3  1  0  0   0  0   0  .285

Totals                 28  5  5  5   6  4   9

a-struck out swinging for M Ramirez in the 8th.

BATTING: HR - M Ramirez (34, 4th inning off Ra Johnson 2 on, 1 Out). S - M 
Loretta. SF - D Ortiz. RBI - M Ramirez 3 (99), W Pena (35), D Ortiz (116). 
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - J Lopez 1, D Ortiz 1. GIDP - M 
Lowell, G Kapler. Team LOB - 5. 
 
FIELDING: PB - J Lopez. DP: 1 (A Cora-M Loretta-K Youkilis). 
 
----------------------------------------------------
    NY YANKEES      - 021 025 030   --  13
    BOSTON          - 000 410 000   --   5
----------------------------------------------------

NY YANKEES                   ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
Ra Johnson (W, 14-9)          7       4   5   5   6   3   1   4.98
J Wright                      1       1   0   0   0   1   0   4.50
T Beam                        1       0   0   0   0   0   0  10.50


BOSTON                       ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
J Beckett (L, 13-8)           5 2/3   7   9   9   9   2   1   5.35
M Delcarmen                     1/3   1   1   1   1   0   0   4.38
J Van Buren                   1 1/3   2   3   3   2   2   1  11.77
K Snyder                      1 2/3   0   0   0   1   3   0   6.35

IBB - R Cano (by J Beckett), M Ramirez (by Ra Johnson). HBP - A Cora (by Ra 
Johnson). Pitches-strikes: Ra Johnson 112-61; J Wright 22-15; T Beam 20-12; J 
Beckett 121-58; M Delcarmen 12-4; J Van Buren 39-20; K Snyder 27-17. Ground 
balls-fly balls: Ra Johnson 11-7; J Wright 1-1; T Beam 0-3; J Beckett 12-3; M 
Delcarmen 1-0; J Van Buren 1-1; K Snyder 0-2. Batters faced: Ra Johnson 30; J 
Wright 4; T Beam 3; J Beckett 32; M Delcarmen 3; J Van Buren 8; K Snyder 6. 
 
UMPIRES: HP--Joe West. 1B--Ed Rapuano. 2B--Tony Randazzo. 3B--Jim Wolf. 

T--3:41. Att--35,738. 
Weather: 79 degrees, cloudy. Wind: 12 mph, out to center.

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. You can read their daily updates at the Hit Tracker Blog.

Hitter                   Pitcher                        True Dist. Std. Dist.  HR #
Howard, Ryan      PHI    Ortiz, Ramon         WAS           465        449      43
Hafner, Travis    CLE    Camp, Shawn          TB            449        448      37
Duncan, Chris     STL    Howry, Bob           CHC           432        427      13
Milledge, LastingsNYM    Corpas, Manuel       COL           428        419       4
Alfonzo, Eliezer  SF     Tomko, Brett         LAD           412        416      10
Ellis, Mark       OAK    Dohmann, Scott       KC            409        407       9
Phillips, Brandon CIN    Capps, Matt          PIT           416        403      12
Teixeira, Mark    TEX    Robertson, Nate      DET           432        400      20
Olivo, Miguel     FLA    James, Chuck         ATL           381        396      14
Molina, Yadier    STL    Zambrano, Carlos     CHC           387        393       5
Alou, Moises      SF     Maddux, Greg         LAD           387        390      14
Escobar, Alex     WAS    Hamels, Cole         PHI           414        387       4
Atkins, Garrett   COL    Hernandez, Roberto   NYM           380        387      21
Ramirez, Manny    BOS    Johnson, Randy       NYY           414        384      34
Soriano, Alfonso  WAS    Hamels, Cole         PHI           411        382      40
Broussard, Ben    SEA    Lackey, John         LAA           407        382      18
Mackowiak, Rob    CWS    Radke, Brad          MIN           387        382       4
Torrealba, Yorvit COL    Williams, Dave       NYM           384        370       6
Cano, Robinson    NYY    Van Buren, Jermaine  BOS           408        369       8
Munson, Eric      HOU    Bush, Dave           MIL           399        368       5
Bay, Jason        PIT    Milton, Eric         CIN           391        359      26
Williams, Bernie  NYY    Beckett, Josh        BOS           389        359       9
Markakis, Nick    BAL    Marcum, Shaun        TOR           400        357       8
Roberts, Brian    BAL    McGowan, Dustin      TOR           396        357       6
Monroe, Craig     DET    Tejeda, Robinson     TEX           381        355      20
Tejada, Miguel    BAL    Marcum, Shaun        TOR           388        349      21
Izturis, Maicer   LAA    Lowe, Mark           SEA           378        345       5
Ross, David       CIN    Maholm, Paul         PIT           356        322      15


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
BAL A-  C. Vinyard         1B  4  3  2  1  0  0  0   
CHC AAA Michael Restovich  DH  5  4  1  1  0  0  0   
DET AAA Chris Shelton      1B  5  4  0  0  1  1  1  4 runs scored
DET AAA Mike Rabelo         C  6  4  0  0  1  0  0  5 RBI
DET AAA Jack Hannahan      2B  5  3  1  0  1  1  0  5 RBI
HOU A-  Orlando Rosales    CF  2  2  0  0  1  0  0   
HOU A+  Neil Sellers       3B  4  4  2  0  0  1  0  .543 OBP during past week
OAK AAA Charles Thomas     CF  3  2  0  0  2  0  0   
SEA A-  Daniel Santin      DH  5  3  2  0  1  0  0   
SEA A-  Jair Fernandez      C  4  3  1  0  1  0  0  4 RBI
 
ORG LVL PLAYER             IP   H  R ER SO BB HR  Notes
BOS A   C. Jones           7.0  4  0  0  5  1  0   
DET AA  Eulogio De La Cruz 7.0  6  0  0  7  1  0   
MIN AAA Jason Miller       9.0  2  0  0  7  0  0   
NYM AAA Oliver Perez       7.0  1  0  0 11  2  0  27 K over last 23 IP
NYY A-  Timothy Norton     6.0  4  1  0  8  0  0   
SEA AAA Francisco Cruceta  7.1  4  1  1  8  2  1   
SEA A+  Justin Thomas      9.0  4  0  0  7  2  0   
SF  A   Dave McKae         7.0  3  0  0 12  1  0   
TB  AA  Mike Prochaska     8.0  3  0  0  6  3  0   
TOR A   Hector Delgadillo  6.0  3  0  0  5  1  0


Player News

Player news items are provided by CBS SportsLine.com.

Dave Bush took care of the offense himself Saturday night with the biggest hit of the game. He pitched seven solid innings and capped a rally with a two-out, two-run single to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-4 win over the Houston Astros. Bush (9-9) allowed four runs and eight hits with five strikeouts and no walks. “Bushy pitched a good game,” Brewers manager Ned Yost said. “To get us into the eighth inning was a great job.”

Houston’s Willy Taveras extended his hitting streak to 22 games in the first with a single on Saturday at Milwaukee. He was 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI in the game.

Greg Maddux moved into a tie for 10th with Steve Carlton on the career victories list with No. 329 and the Los Angeles Dodgers snapped the San Francisco Giants ‘ five-game winning streak with a 14-7 victory Saturday night. Maddux retired the final 22 Giants batters in his previous start last Sunday at Dodger Stadium, then 10 straight to start Saturday’s outing before Omar Vizquel blooped a one-out single to shallow right in the fourth. If the two were added together for 32 straight outs, Maddux had five more than a 27-out perfect game. Maddux (11-11) struck out six in six innings and didn’t walk a batter for the second straight game and is 2-0 since coming to the Dodgers in a trade from the Chicago Cubs on July 31. The 40-year-old right-hander has won four straight decisions.

The Philadelphia Phillies bolstered their starting rotation, acquiring 43-year-old left-hander Jamie Moyer from the Seattle Mariners for two minor leaguers on Saturday night. Moyer was 6-12 with a 4.39 ERA for the Mariners. He’s expected to start for the Phillies on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs. Philadelphia has played well since overhauling its roster before last month’s trade deadline, and is 2½ games behind NL wild-card leading Cincinnati. Moyer will replace rookie right-hander Scott Mathieson, who has struggled since the Phillies called him up from Double-A Reading.

Maicer Izturis went 3-for-5 with a homer as the Los Angeles Angels extended the Seattle Mariners’ losing streak to 10 games with a 9-7 victory on Saturday night. Seattle’s Ben Broussard finished 4-for-5 with a homer and three RBI.

The Indians’ Jeremy Sowers won his fourth consecutive decision on Saturday at Tampa Bay. He gave up two runs and four hits in six innings. Travis Hafner has four homers and 15 RBI during a 10-game hitting streak.

Tom Mastny earned himself a chance to become the Cleveland Indians’ closer. Mastny allowed one hit and struck out three over two scoreless innings for his first career save as the Indians beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 5-3 on Saturday night. Cleveland, which has lost a major league-high seven games this year when leading after eight innings, has been looking to fill the closer role since Bob Wickman was traded to Atlanta last month. “He throws a lot of strikes,” Wedge said of Mastny. “From what we’ve seen up there, his secondary stuff has been a little better maybe than we anticipated. His fastball has some life to it, and he trusts his stuff.” Mastny made just his fourth appearance since having his contract purchased from Triple-A Buffalo on July 24.

New York Mets left-hander Dave Williams was forced out of Saturday night’s game in the sixth inning by cramps in both legs. Williams allowed a two-out single to Colorado’s Matt Holliday before a trainer came out to check on him at the mound. He walked off toward the dugout about a minute later.

Lastings Milledge had a homer and three hits, driving in the tying run in New York’s six-run sixth inning, and the Mets beat Colorado 7-4 on Saturday night. Milledge homered in the ninth, his first since being recalled August 1.

Robinson Tejeda, who was recalled from Oklahoma City before Saturday’s game, allowed one run on four hits in 6 2/3 innings to beat the Tigers. “I was really excited about tonight’s win,” said Tejeda “It meant a lot to me that I pitched the way they wanted me to.” The Rangers optioned outfielder Freddy Guzman to Oklahoma to make room on the roster.

Barry Zito pitched eight strong innings and the surging Oakland Athletics beat the Kansas City Royals 7-2 on Saturday night. Zito (13-8) gave up two runs and eight hits while striking out seven and walking two.

Jon Garland refuses to recognize the pressure of the pennant race, which may be why he keeps winning. Garland pitched 7 2/3 strong innings, retiring 14 straight at one point, to help the Chicago White Sox beat Minnesota 4-1 on Saturday night to move two games up on the Twins in the wild card race. “Every game is big,” Garland said when asked about the magnitude of this win. “It doesn’t matter who your facing or the time of the season, you have to win.” Garland allowed five hits and one unearned run, while striking out five and walking just one.

Cole Hamels struck out seven in six strong innings as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Washington Nationals 11-2 on Saturday night. The 22-year-old southpaw surrendered two runs on five hits, walking one.

Alfonso Soriano hit his career-high 40th home run on Saturday and became the 10th player in major league history with at least 40 homers and at least 30 steals in a season.

Washington starter Ramon Ortiz was ejected by home plate umpire Paul Nauert in the second inning after hitting Aaron Rowand with a pitch in Saturday’s game with the Philadelphia Phillies. Ortiz was roughed up for eight runs, including Ryan Howard‘s NL-best 43rd home run, in the second inning. Ortiz, who hadn’t hit a batter all season, hit Chase Utley with a pitch. Utley took a step toward the pitcher’s mound, but then turned to go to first base, maintaining eye contact with Ortiz the entire way. After Howard’s long home run to center field, Ortiz hit Rowand square in the back and was immediately thrown out of the game by Nauert. Ortiz was replaced by Ryan Wagner.

Chuck James allowed two runs — one earned — and five hits, while striking out five in six innings and the Atlanta Braves defeated the Florida Marlins 5-3 on Saturday night. He improved to 4-1 on the road.

Pirates 3B Freddy Sanchez, the league’s leading hitter at .355, went 3-for-4 to extend his hitting streak to 11 games (21-for-41, .512) on Saturday at Cincinnati.

David Ross homered and drove in a career-high five runs to help the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 14-7 on Saturday night.

Claudio Vargas combined with three relievers on a five-hitter and helped himself with a two-run double to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 5-3 win over the San Diego Padres on Saturday. The inconsistent Padres managed only three hits and one run off Vargas (10-8) in seven innings. The right-hander struck out five and walked two in his third straight strong start.

Daniel Cabrera pitched a five-hitter for his second career shutout as the Baltimore Orioles became the last major league team this season to win a fourth straight game, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 15-0 Saturday. Cabrera (6-8) struck out 10, and walked two. The right-hander’s lack of control led to his demotion to the minor leagues last month, but he was exceptionally sharp in beating the Blue Jays for the second time in 12 days.

Michael Wurtz picked up his first win in relief Saturday vs. St. Louis. He pitched 1 1/3 innings, allowing just one hit while striking out two. Ryan Dempster blew his sixth save of the season.

Chris Duncan went 2-for-4 with a home run in the Cardinals loss to the Cubs. Duncan has a slugging percentage of .731 in 108 at-bats since July 14. Only three players in the major leagues have a higher slugging percentage than Duncan since that date (minimum: 100 at-bats): Alfonso Soriano (.762), Adam LaRoche (.748) and Ryan Howard (.733). (Source: Elias)

Giants infielder Kevin Frandsen had his broken jaw wired shut Saturday and went on the 15-day disabled list only five days after being called up from Triple-A Fresno. San Francisco was counting on giving the 24-year-old Frandsen some playing time in the final month of the season to figure out if he could be the team’s starting second baseman next season.

The Giants designated infielder Chad Santos for assignment on Saturday and purchased the contract of infielder Tomas De La Rosa from Triple-A Fresno.

Tigers LHP Mike Maroth was impressive in his third rehab start on Saturday night at Triple-A Toledo. He allowed a hit and an earned run in six innings. He didn’t walk a batter and struck out three.

Padres shortstop Khalil Greene was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left middle finger on Saturday, and rookie right-hander Mike Thompson was brought up from Triple-A for the fourth time this season to start against Arizona. Thompson started the afternoon game in place of Clay Hensley, who reported a pain in his left buttocks in recent days.

3B Miguel Cabrera began the weekend series against Atlanta needing two homers to become only the fifth active player to reach 100 homers before his 24th birthday. Ken Griffey Jr., Alex Rodriguez, Andruw Jones and Albert Pujols did it.

Houston pitcher Brandon Backe was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a sprained right elbow, and the Astros recalled left-hander Wandy Rodriguez from Triple-A Round Rock to fill his roster spot.

New York called up righty Jeff Karstens and outfielder Aaron Guiel from Triple-A Columbus and designated righty Sidney Ponson for assignment and optioned righty Brian Bruney to Columbus.

Boston recalled right-hander Jermaine Van Buren from Triple-A Pawtucket and designated righty Rudy Seanez for assignment after Saturday’s game vs. the N.Y. Yankees.

Going into Friday night’s game, C Paul Lo Duca was hitting .377 since July 1, second highest average in the majors trailing only Chase Utley of Philadelphia (.379).

All-Star closer Tom Gordon probably won’t be available until next week. Gordon has been sidelined with a shoulder injury that isn’t considered serious enough to land him on the DL.


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