|a - R. QuinlanPH||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||.281||.294||.375|
a-flied out to center for A Kennedy in the 9th
- RBI:G Anderson (19)
- SF:G Anderson
- Team LOB:4
- SB:H Kendrick (1, 2nd base off B Ryan/B Molina)
- E:C Figgins (4, ground ball)
|J. Lackey (L,13-11)||8.0||6||3||2||0||3||1||105-75||3.38||105|
- WP:J Lackey
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:J Lackey 9-11
- Game Scores:J Lackey 63
- 2B:F Catalanotto (7, J Lackey)
- HR:T Glaus (10, 7th inning off J Lackey 0 on, 0 Out)
- RBI:F Catalanotto (13), T Glaus (26)
- 2Out RBI:F Catalanotto
- SH:J McDonald
- Team LOB:3
- CS:A Rios (3, 2nd base by J Lackey/M Napoli)
- E:R Adams 2 (6, ground ball, throw)
|6th||F Catalanotto doubled to left, R Adams scored.||0||1|
|7th||T Glaus homered to left.||0||2|
|8th||R Johnson safe at first on error by third baseman C Figgins, R Adams scored.||0||3|
|9th||G Anderson hit sacrifice fly to center, O Cabrera scored.||1||3|
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