WINKevin CorreiaK. Correia(3-6)6.0 IP, 2 ER, 2 K, 1 BB
LOSSTim ReddingT. Redding(3-5)5.0 IP, 3 ER, 1 K, 5 BB
SAVEBrad HennesseyB. Hennessey(17)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 0 K, 0 BB

Giants Hitting

D. RobertsLF0-55000000.263.332.364
R. DavisCF1-44012100.294.382.426
R. Durham2B0-33000200.222.305.353
R. Klesko1B1-55010010.271.357.427
B. MolinaC1-33010010.281.303.426
P. Feliz3B2-44120010.252.293.410
O. VizquelSS0-33100100.246.307.305
D. OrtmeierRF1-33111100.255.287.480
K. CorreiaP0-22000000.143.143.143
T. WalkerP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - R. AuriliaPH1-11010000.253.302.365
B. WilsonP0-00000000.000.000.000
B. HennesseyP0-00000000.000.000.000
a-reached on infield single to shortstop for T Walker in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    P Feliz (24, T Redding); R Davis (11, T Redding)
  • RBI:
    D Ortmeier (11), R Davis 2 (8)
  • 2Out RBI:
    R Davis 2
  • SH:
    K Correia
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    R Davis (16, 3rd base off T Redding/B Schneider); R Durham (9, 2nd base off T Redding/B Schneider)

Giants Pitching

K. Correia (W,4-7)6.05221290-563.7790
T. Walker (H,7)1.0100019-80.009
B. Wilson (H,9)1.00001117-100.0017
B. Hennessey (S,19)1.0000005-43.025
  • Pitching
  • HBP:
    B Molina (By T Redding)
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    K Correia 10-6; T Walker 0-2; B Wilson 1-1; B Hennessey 0-3
  • Game Scores:
    K Correia 55

Nationals Hitting

N. LoganCF1-44110010.274.319.349
F. LopezSS1-44010000.241.303.351
R. Zimmerman3B0-44000010.269.323.468
D. Young1B1-33011110.337.389.519
R. FickPR-1B0-00000000.207.281.273
A. KearnsRF1-33111100.265.350.405
W. PenaLF0-44000010.221.290.421
R. Belliard2B1-44010000.279.324.408
B. SchneiderC1-33010000.228.314.330
c - T. BatistaPH0-11000000.273.363.338
T. ReddingP0-11000000.091.091.136
a - D. JimenezPH0-11000000.156.316.188
M. Bacsik Jr.P0-00000000.111.143.148
C. SchroderP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - R. ChurchPH0-11000000.265.339.433
J. ColomeP0-00000000.000.000.000
J. RauchP0-00000000.000.000.000
c-fouled out to first for B Schneider in the 9th
a-popped out to second for T Redding in the 5th
b-popped out to shortstop for C Schroder in the 7th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    B Schneider (18, K Correia); R Belliard (26, T Walker)
  • HR:
    A Kearns (12, 4th inning off K Correia 0 on, 0 Out)
  • RBI:
    D Young (72), A Kearns (55)
  • Team LOB:

Nationals Pitching

T. Redding (L,3-6)5.053351104-573.27104
M. Bacsik Jr.1.21000122-134.7422
C. Schroder0.1000013-32.353
J. Colome1.01000015-122.5215
J. Rauch1.0000009-63.969
  • Pitching
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    T Redding 6-8; M Bacsik 2-2; C Schroder 0-0; J Colome 2-1; J Rauch 1-2
  • Game Scores:
    T Redding 41

Scoring Summary

1stD Young singled to left center, N Logan scored, F Lopez to second.01
2ndD Ortmeier singled to right, P Feliz scored, O Vizquel to second.11
2ndR Davis doubled to left, O Vizquel and D Ortmeier scored.31
4thA Kearns homered to left.32

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