|a - D. OrtmeierPH-RF||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||.263||.300||.368|
a-grounded to shortstop for F Lewis in the 8th
- HR:B Molina (4, 7th inning off D Haren 1 on, 1 Out)
- RBI:B Molina 2 (22)
- Team LOB:4
- SB:R Winn (2, 2nd base off D Haren/J Kendall); M Sweeney (1, 2nd base off D Haren/J Kendall)
- 2B:B Crosby (8, K Correia)
- HR:J Cust (8, 1st inning off M Cain 2 on, 2 Out)
- RBI:J Cust 3 (20), J Kendall (12)
- 2Out RBI:J Cust 3
- Team LOB:10
|D. Haren (W,15-9)||7.0||3||2||2||2||6||1||110-69||1.74||110|
|J. Marshall (H,9)||0.2||0||0||0||0||0||0||3-2||5.21||3|
|K. Calero (H,9)||0.1||0||0||0||0||0||0||1-1||5.79||1|
|A. Embree (S,17)||1.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||11-7||3.93||11|
- WP:D Haren 2
- IBB:T Buck (By K Correia)
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:D Haren 8-8; J Marshall 2-0; K Calero 0-1; A Embree 0-3
- Game Scores:D Haren 67
|1st||J Cust homered to right, N Swisher and D Johnson scored.||0||3|
|7th||B Molina homered to left, B Bonds scored.||2||3|
|8th||J Kendall walked, B Crosby scored, T Buck to third, M Ellis to second.||2||4|
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