WINChuck JamesC. James(8-3)8.0 IP, 0 ER, 1 K, 3 BB
LOSSSteve TrachselS. Trachsel(14-6)4.1 IP, 3 ER, 1 K, 7 BB

Braves
Braves Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
P. Orr2B2-44020000.246.268.351
E. RenteriaSS2-33122200.299.372.441
A. LaRoche1B1-33012100.293.366.582
A. JonesCF0-33000200.261.360.512
B. McCannC0-33001100.328.387.527
J. FrancoeurRF0-33000110.263.293.451
M. DiazLF0-44000000.340.380.496
R. LangerhansLF0-00000000.238.347.381
W. Aybar3B0-44100010.247.338.363
C. JamesP1-22210100.040.077.040
a - D. WardPH1-11010000.304.382.545
T. PenaPR0-00100000.120.154.240
M. McBrideP0-00000000.000.000.000
TEAM7-3030575820
a-singled to left for C James in the 9th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    E Renteria (33, R Hernandez)
  • RBI:
    E Renteria 2 (58), A LaRoche 2 (85), B McCann (68)
  • SF:
    A LaRoche
  • SH:
    P Orr
  • GIDP:
    A LaRoche; B McCann; A Jones
  • Team LOB:
    8
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    1 (P Orr-E Renteria-A LaRoche)
  • Assists:
    M Diaz (D Wright at 2nd base)

Braves
Braves Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
C. James (W,11-4)8.010031108-643.65108
M. McBride1.00000314-113.3814
TEAM9.0100340122-75122
  • Pitching
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    C James 7-15; M McBride 0-0
  • Game Scores:
    C James 78

Mets
Mets Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
J. ReyesSS0-33000110.297.350.489
P. Lo DucaC0-44000010.313.351.419
C. Delgado1B0-33000010.269.368.564
D. Wright3B1-33010000.305.378.537
S. GreenRF0-33000000.274.338.414
J. Valentin2B0-33000000.285.343.503
M. TuckerLF0-22000100.222.396.389
E. ChavezCF0-33000000.306.344.436
S. TrachselP0-11000000.109.196.196
H. BellP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - C. WoodwardPH0-00000100.217.291.311
R. RingP0-00000000.000.000.000
R. HernandezP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - J. FrancoPH0-11000010.272.326.360
TEAM1-2626010340
a-walked for H Bell in the 6th
b-struck out looking for R Hernandez in the 9th
  • Batting
  • GIDP:
    E Chavez
  • Team LOB:
    2
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    J Reyes (56, 2nd base off C James/B McCann)
  • Fielding
  • E:
    C Delgado (7, ground ball)
  • DP:
    3 (C Delgado-J Reyes-C Delgado, J Valentin-J Reyes-C Delgado, D Wright-J Valentin-C Delgado)
  • PB:
    P Lo Duca

Mets
Mets Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
S. Trachsel (L,15-8)4.14437187-445.0287
H. Bell1.21000121-173.0021
R. Ring2.00000024-151.5024
R. Hernandez1.02111022-143.0922
TEAM9.0754820154-90154
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    S Trachsel
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    S Trachsel 8-4; H Bell 2-2; R Ring 4-2; R Hernandez 3-0
  • Game Scores:
    S Trachsel 35

Scoring Summary

InningATLNYM
3rdE Renteria singled to left, W Aybar scored, C James to third, P Orr to second.10
3rdA LaRoche hit sacrifice fly to center, C James scored.20
5thA LaRoche singled to right, C James scored, E Renteria to second.30
5thB McCann walked, E Renteria scored, A LaRoche to third, A Jones to second.40
9thE Renteria doubled to deep center, T Pena Jr scored.50

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