Around the Bases – April 17

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After the marathon affair between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the San Diego Padres Saturday night that last for 14 innings, three more games went into extra innings on Sunday as 28 of the 30 teams were on the field – the game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Texas Rangers was postponed.

In the Sunday night game of the week on ESPN, the os Angeles Dodgers scored three runs on six hits to beat the San Francisco Giants who scored only one run on five hits. Pitcher Kenta Maeda earned his second win of the season with Kenley Jansen earning his fifth save of the season; Jeff Samardzija took the loss.

The New York Yankees scored four runs on eight hits with one error to beat the Seattle Mariners who scored three runs on six hits with one error. Masahiro Tanaka earned his first win of the season with Andrew Miller earning his third save of the season; Hisashi Iwakuma ot his second loss of the season.

The New York Mets scored six runs on nine hits to shutout the Cleveland Indians who had three hits with two errors. Steven Matz was the winning pitcher with Corey Kluber who got his third loss of the season.

The Atlanta Braves continued their winning ways with six runs on seven hits to sweep the Miami Marlins who scored five runs on seven hits with one error. Jason Grilli was the winning pitcher with Matt Wisler getting his first save of the season; Edwin Jackson took the loss.

The Tampa Bay Rays scored three runs on eight hits to beat the Chicago White Sox who scored two runs on five hits with one error. Matt Moore was the winning pitcher with Alex Colome earning his first save of the season; Jose Quintana took the loss.

The Toronto Blue Jays scored five runs on 14 hits with one error to beat the Boston Red Sox who scored three runs on four hits. Aaron Sanchez earned his first win of the season with Steven Wright getting his second loss of the season.

It took 10 innings for the Philadelphia Phillies scores three runs on seven hits to beat the Washington Nationals who scored two runs on eight hits. Jeanmar Gomez was the winning pitcher with Jonathan Papelbon taking the loss.

The Pittsburgh Pirates scores nine runs on 17 hits to beat the Milwaukee Brewers who scored three runs on six hits with one error. Juan Nicasio earned his second win of the season Zach Davies taking the loss.

In 12 innings the Minnesota Twins scored just three runs on 13 hits with one error to sweep the Los Angeles Angels who scored two runs on four hits. Michael Tonkin was the winning pitcher with Cory Rasmus taking the loss.

The Houston Astros scored five runs on nine hits with one error to beat the Detroit Tigers who scored four runs on eight hits with one error. Mike Fiers was the winning pitcher with Luke Gregerson earning his fourth save of the season; Anibal Sanchez got his second loss of the season.

The St. Louis Cardinals scored four runs on seven hits with two errors to beat the Cincinnati Reds who scored three runs on eight hits with one error. Kevin Siegrist earned his second win of the season with Trevor Rosenthal earning this third save of the season; Ross Ohlendorf ot his second loss of the season.

The Colorado Rockies scored two runs on five hist to shutout the Chicago Cubs who had three hits with one error. Tyler Chatwood earned his second win of the season with Jake McGee earning his third save of the season; Jon Lester took the loss.

The Oakland A’s scored three runs of four hits with one error to beat the Kansas City Royals who scored two runs on six hits. John Axford earned his second win of the season with Ryan Madson earning his fourth save of the season; Joakim Soria took the loss.

The Arizona Cardinals scored seven runs on eleven hits with two errors to beat the San Diego Padres who scored three runs on six hits. Patrick Corbin was the winning pitcher with Robbie Erlin taking the loss.


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