NL East Recap 10-3

Filed Under (Daily Recap, NL East Chatter) by klake13 on 03-10-2010

Tagged Under : Adam Kennedy, Alberto Gonzalez, Andrew McCutchen, Anibal Sanchez, Billy Wagner, Braves, Brian Burres, Brooks Conrad, Clay Hensley, Cole Hamels, Dan Uggla, Danys Baez, Derrek Lee, Ian Desmond, Jason Heyward, Jayson Werth, Joe Blanton, Joel Peralta, John Mayberry, Josh Thole, Justin Maxwell, Livan Hernandez, Marlins, Mets, Miguel Batista, Mike Pelfrey, Nationals, Oliver Perez, Omar Infante, Phillies, Pirates, Roger Bernadina, Ronny Cedeno, Roy Oswalt, Tim Hudson, Wes Helms

Braves vs. Phillies

Despite a late rally, the Braves were able to hold on to win 8-7 against the Phillies, and with a San Diego loss, became the 2010 NL Wild Card winner. Philadelphia got things started in the 3rd with a two-run blast off the bat of John Mayberry. In the bottom of the 3rd, Jason Heyward tripled to drive home Rick Ankiel to cut the lead to 2-1. RBI singles by Brooks Conrad and Tim Hudson, followed by a two-run triple by Omar Infante equaled a four-run 4th inning for Atlanta. Derrek Lee homered in the 5th to make it 6-2 Atlanta. Conrad singled home the 7th run of the game for Altanta. The Braves would tag on one more run in the 6th. Jayson Werth hit a two-run shot for the Phillies in the 7th to cut the lead to 8-4, and added three more runs in the 8th.

Tim Hudson got the win for Atlanta, going 7 innings and allowing four runs on two hits while striking out three. Phillies manager Charlie Manuel allowed for three of his starters to get a few innings in today’s game. Cole Hamels began the game though, going 2 innings and giving up no hits while striking out two. Roy Oswalt and Joe Blanton also pitched an inning, giving up one run and four runs respectively. Danys Baez took the loss for Philadelphia. Billy Wagner recorded his 37th save of the season for Atlanta.

Mets vs. Nationals

It took 14 innings, but Washington beat the Mets 2-1 in the final game of the season for both teams. The first runs of the game for either team came in the 5th inning. In the top of the 5th, Roger Bernadina scored on a single by Alberto Gonzalez. In the bottom of the inning, Josh Thole grounded into a double play allowing Angel Pagan to score. It remained tied until the top of the 14th when Oliver Perez entered the game for the Mets. After striking out Ian Desmond, Perez then hit Adam Kennedy and walked the next two batters to load the bases. Perez then walked Justin Maxwell forcing home the winning run for Washington.

Both starters got a no decision in game. Mike Pelfrey went 7 innings and allowed one run on four hits while striking out four. Livan Hernandez went 6.2 innings and gave up one run on six hits while striking out one. Joel Peralta got the win for Washington. Oliver Perez took the loss for New York. Miguel Batista recorded his 2nd save for Washington.

Marlins vs. Pirates

The Marlins beat Pittsburgh 5-2 Sunday and grabbed third place in the NL East. A two-run home run by Dan Uggla in the 1st inning gave Florida a quick 2-0 lead. Pittsburgh cut the lead to 2-1 in the 2nd inning on a solo shot off the bat of Ronny Cedeno. A single by Andrew McCutchen in the 5th tied up the game. In the bottom of the 6th, a potential home run off the bat of Wes Helms turned into a ground-rule double after the umpires reviewed the play. Uggla scored on the play. Florida went on to score two more runs in the 7th inning.

Anibal Sanchez got the win for Florida, going 6 innings and giving up two runs on four hits while striking out seven. Brian Burres took the loss, going 5.2 innings and allowing three runs on five hits while striking out four. Clay Hensley recorded his 7th save for Florida.

What’s on Tap 10-3-2010

Filed Under (NL East Chatter, Whats on Tap) by klake13 on 03-10-2010

Tagged Under : Anibal Sanchez, Braves, Brian Burres, Cole Hamels, Livan Hernandez, Marlins, Mets, Mike Pelfrey, Nationals, Phillies, Pirates, Tim Hudson

Today marks the end of the regular season. The games include:

Marlins vs. Pirates

The Marlins send Anibal Sanchez (12-12, 3.62 ERA) to the mound against Brian Burres (4-4, 5.01 ERA) and the Pirates. First pitch is 1:10 p.m. in Florida.

Mets vs. Nationals

Mike Pelfrey (15-9, 3.75 ERA) starts for New York. Livan Hernandez (10-12, 3.73 ERA) starts for Washington. Game time is 1:10 p.m. in New York.

Braves vs. Phillies

Tim Hudson (16-9, 2.76 ERA) takes the hill for Atlanta. Cole Hamels (12-11, 3.09 ERA) gets the start for Philadelphia. First pitch is 1:35 p.m. in Atlanta.

What’s on Tap 9-6-2010

Filed Under (NL East Chatter, Whats on Tap) by klake13 on 06-09-2010

Tagged Under : Adalberto Mendez, Anibal Sanchez, Braves, Brian Burres, Jordan Zimmermann, Marlins, Mets, Mike Pelfrey, Nationals, Phillies, Pirates, Roy Oswalt, Tommy Hanson, Vance Worley

Games on this Labor Day Monday:

Mets vs. Nationals

The Mets and Nationals begin their series in Washington this afternoon. Mike Pelfrey (13-8, 3.72 ERA) starts for New York. Jordan Zimmermann (0-0, 4.50 ERA) starts for Washington. Game time is 1:05 p.m.

Marlins vs. Phillies

The Marlins and Phillies open up their series today with a day/night double header in Philadelphia. Game one features two rookies making their big league debut. Adalberto Mendez (-, -.–) starts for Florida. Vance Worley 0-0, o.oo) starts for Philadelphia. Game one starts at 1:05 p.m. Game two will have Anibal Sanchez (11-8, 3.14 ERA)starting for Florida, while Roy Oswalt (10-13, 3.01 ERA) starts for Philadelphia. Game two starts at 7:05 p.m.

Braves vs. Pirates

The Braves begin a three-game series with the Pirates this afternoon in Pittsburgh. Tommy Hanson (9-10, 3.60 ERA) gets the start for Atlanta. Brian Burres (2-3, 6.31 ERA) starts for Pittsburgh. First pitch is 1:35 p.m.

What’s on Tap 5-29-2010

Filed Under (NL East Chatter, Whats on Tap) by klake13 on 29-05-2010

Tagged Under : Braves, Brewers, Brian Burres, Fernando Nieve, JD Martin, Josh Johnson, Kris Medlen, Manny Parra, Marlins, Mat Latos, Mets, Nationals, Padres, Phillies, Pirates, Roy Halladay

Here’s today’s NL East line up:

Phillies vs. Marlins

Roy Halladay (6-3) and the Phillies take on Josh Johnson (5-1) and the Marlins. Game time is 7:10 p.m. in Florida.

Mets vs. Brewers

Fernando Nieve (1-2) makes his first start of the season for the Mets, as they take on Manny Parra (1-3) and the Brewers. First pitch is 7:10 p.m. in Milwaukee.

Nationals vs. Padres

J.D. Martin (0-0) looks for his first win of the season when he takes the hill for the Nationals. Mat Latos (4-3) will get the start for the Padres.  The game’s set to begin at 8:35 in San Diego.

Braves vs. Pirates

Kris Medlen (1-1) and the Braves go up against Brian Burres (2-2) and the Pirates in Atlanta. First pitch is set for 7:10 p.m.