WINKyle FarnsworthK. Farnsworth(2-3)1.2 IP, 0 ER, 0 K, 1 BB
LOSSChris RayC. Ray(1-1)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 2 K, 0 BB

Yankees Hitting

J. DamonCF2-55220000.283.347.429
M. CabreraLF1-33110200.315.405.384
D. JeterSS3-44132100.346.435.498
J. GiambiDH2-55122020.286.458.621
B. WilliamsRF1-44010000.268.316.357
R. Cano2B1-44010000.305.329.396
A. Phillips1B2-44121000.286.316.429
M. Cairo3B0-44000020.233.281.317
K. StinnettC0-33000010.222.276.333
a - J. PosadaPH-C0-11000010.302.414.504
a-struck out swinging for K Stinnett in the 9th
  • Batting
  • HR:
    A Phillips (2, 5th inning off K Benson 0 on, 0 Out); J Giambi (15, 6th inning off K Benson 1 on, 1 Out)
  • RBI:
    A Phillips (10), J Giambi 2 (43), D Jeter 2 (40)
  • 2Out RBI:
    D Jeter 2
  • GIDP:
    D Jeter
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    A Phillips (2, 2nd base off K Benson/R Hernandez)
  • CS:
    J Damon (3, 2nd base by C Ray); M Cabrera (2, 2nd base by C Ray2nd base by K Benson/R Hernandez)
  • Fielding
  • E:
    J Wright (1, bunt)
  • Assists:
    M Cabrera (J Lopez at Home)

Yankees Pitching

J. Wright6.09320289-584.1289
R. Villone (H,7)1.13110133-201.9633
S. Erickson (H,3)0.01111011-35.8711
K. Farnsworth (W,3-6; B, 4)1.20001018-104.8518
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    J Wright 2
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    J Wright 7-8; R Villone 2-1; S Erickson 0-0; K Farnsworth 2-3
  • Game Scores:
    J Wright 46

Orioles Hitting

B. Roberts2B1-44010100.328.399.430
M. Mora3B0-55001000.293.357.458
M. TejadaSS3-44230100.327.383.562
R. HernandezC3-55031000.295.357.484
K. Millar1B0-55001000.229.331.366
C. PattersonCF0-55100020.281.331.479
J. LopezDH3-55131000.274.333.407
N. MarkakisRF2-33020000.229.308.329
a - J. ConinePH-LF0-00100000.233.318.407
L. MatosLF-RF1-44011010.194.256.361
a-hit by pitch for N Markakis in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    J Lopez (7, J Wright); R Hernandez (10, J Wright); N Markakis (6, J Wright); L Matos (6, S Erickson)
  • RBI:
    R Hernandez (40), K Millar (20), J Lopez (18), L Matos (5), M Mora (29)
  • 2Out RBI:
    R Hernandez, J Lopez
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    C Patterson (22, 2nd base off J Wright/K Stinnett)
  • Fielding
  • E:
    B Roberts (3, catch)
  • DP:
    1 (B Roberts-M Tejada-K Millar)

Orioles Pitching

K. Benson6.07332192-524.7792
T. Williams0.22221223-135.3023
K. Birkins1.11000112-90.5612
C. Ray (L,4-4)1.02100221-132.3121
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    K Benson; K Birkins
  • IBB:
    B Roberts (By S Erickson); M Tejada (By K Farnsworth)
  • HBP:
    J Conine (By S Erickson)
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    K Benson 8-8; T Williams 0-0; K Birkins 1-2; C Ray 0-1
  • Game Scores:
    K Benson 45

Scoring Summary

1stR Hernandez singled to right, M Tejada scored.01
3rdK Millar grounded out to shortstop, M Tejada scored.02
5thA Phillips homered to right center.12
6thJ Giambi homered to right, D Jeter scored.32
6thJ Lopez singled to center, C Patterson scored.33
7thD Jeter singled to center, J Damon scored, M Cabrera to third.43
7thM Cabrera scored, D Jeter to second on wild pitch by K Birkins.53
8thL Matos doubled to deep right, J Lopez scored, J Conine to third.54
8thM Mora grounded out to third, J Conine scored, L Matos to third, B Roberts to second.55
9thD Jeter singled to right, J Damon scored.65

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