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Jun 06 2005 03:43 PM

Arizona crushing the Phillies, 10-4. It's now the top of the eighth. Gonzo & Green are each 2-3 with a BB.

If Arizona hangs on, we'll be in sole possession of third place and the Phillis & Marlins will be tied for fourth.

Crazy goddamn division.

Jun 06 2005 03:54 PM

Jeff Moorad and Joe Garagiola Jr.have done a super job with the D-Backs this year, some turn around so far.

Jun 06 2005 04:21 PM

Yup, they definitely deserve some credit for their work so far!

Despite some late-inning heroics, the D'Backs prevail, 10-8. The final half of the ninth, courtesy of Yahoo! Sports' Play by Play:

Arizona 10, Philadelpia 4

Bottom 9th: Philadelphia
- B. Bruney relieved L. Cormier
- M. Lieberthal hit by pitch
- P. Polanco singled to center, M. Lieberthal to second
- J. Rollins ground rule double to deep right, M. Lieberthal scored, P. Polanco to third
- K. Lofton singled to left, P. Polanco scored, J. Rollins to third
- B. Abreu struck out looking
- J. Thome struck out looking
- P. Burrell walked, K. Lofton to second
- C. Utley singled to center, J. Rollins and K. Lofton scored, P. Burrell to third
- E. Chavez hit for A. Telemaco
- J. Lopez relieved B. Bruney
- T. Pratt hit for E. Chavez
- T. Pratt struck out swinging

Jun 06 2005 04:27 PM

"And the D-Backs win the damn thing by the score of 10-8!!!"

Yancy Street Gang
Jun 06 2005 04:47 PM

Todd Pratt misses out on a chance to demoralize the Diamondbacks for a second time in six years.

Jun 06 2005 04:56 PM

Jun 06 2005 05:05 PM

Chase Utley missed a chance to hit his second late game grand slam in a week. He did hit a 2-run single before that loser Pratt messed things up for them.

Swan Swan H
Jun 06 2005 10:09 PM

Yanks were trailing 3-0, then tied it on a bunch of walks and singles, a wild pitch, and a ridiculous decision by Wes Helms to throw home from his elbow after a very nice pick on a grounder.

They loaded the bases with none out in the fifth, but Posada whiffed and Juicin' Giambi went 4-6-3. Zero runs scored, and it's still tied.

I have the game on mute with music playing on my iPod. Johnson is in a very pissy mood. If a fight breaks out any time now, I would not be surprised. There was something earlier about Brady Clark stepping out of the box, then jawing with Posada, but it wasn't enough to make me turn the sound on.

Carlos Lee just walked to lead off the home fifth. Let's Go Brewers!

Jun 06 2005 10:21 PM

Anaheim defeats Braves and Smoltz, 4-2.

Mets now tied with Braves for second place.

Jun 06 2005 10:23 PM

Don't know how it happened but its now 4-3 Brew-Has, none on, 1 out in the bottom of the 6th.

Frayed Knot
Jun 06 2005 11:01 PM

BrewCrew went up 4-3 on a bomb by Junior Spivey (will his kid be Junior Junior?). Now bottom 8.

RJ was pissy all night because he wasn't getting enough calls. Of course it didn't help when the ones he was getting over the plate were being caught, not by Posada, but by fans w/bleacher tickets.

Braves catcher Johnny Estrada was helped off the field after being on the business end of a viscious collision w/Darrin Erstad.

Cards knock off Boston (7 months too late for StL fans). Scott Rolen didn't play, of course, because he's on the DL -- but that just means that he'll wind up with the same amount of hits in this Sox series as he did in the last one. Matt Morris went all the way / Wakefield continues to search for his elusive good knuckler.

Jun 06 2005 11:17 PM

That picture on of erstad bowling over estrada is great. . . it is a straight up football tackle. . .