WINTyler WalkerT. Walker(2-0)0.2 IP, 0 ER, 0 K, 0 BB
LOSSBob WickmanB. Wickman(3-4)1.1 IP, 1 ER, 0 K, 0 BB
SAVEBrian WilsonB. Wilson(3)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 0 K, 0 BB

Diamondbacks
Diamondbacks Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
E. Bonifacio2B0-44000000.200.273.200
S. DrewSS0-44000000.227.303.360
E. ByrnesLF3-44030000.297.367.487
T. Clark1B1-44010020.242.286.495
M. Reynolds3B1-33010100.269.328.466
C. YoungCF1-33111110.237.293.474
J. UptonRF1-44010010.240.301.413
C. SnyderC1-22010100.247.332.420
E. GonzalezP0-11000000.167.167.167
B. MurphyP0-00000000.000.000.000
B. WickmanP0-00000000.000.000.000
TEAM8-2929181340
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    C Snyder (17, K Correia)
  • HR:
    C Young (30, 4th inning off K Correia 0 on, 2 Out)
  • RBI:
    C Young (61)
  • 2Out RBI:
    C Young
  • SH:
    Ed Gonzalez
  • GIDP:
    J Upton 2; T Clark
  • Team LOB:
    6
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    J Upton (1, 2nd base off K Correia/B Molina); E Byrnes (45, 2nd base off K Correia/B Molina)
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    2 (E Bonifacio-S Drew-T Clark, S Drew-E Bonifacio-T Clark)

Diamondbacks
Diamondbacks Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
E. Gonzalez6.03111172-514.7672
B. Murphy0.20000010-711.5710
B. Wickman (L,3-4)1.12110021-163.9121
TEAM8.0522110103-74103
  • Pitching
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Ed Gonzalez 8-9; B Murphy 2-0; B Wickman 1-3
  • Game Scores:
    E Gonzalez 62

Giants
Giants Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
R. DavisCF1-44110000.291.369.405
N. SchierholtzRF1-33011000.349.373.492
R. Durham2B0-33000000.216.297.349
B. BondsLF0-22000100.276.482.571
R. Aurilia1B0-00000000.251.301.370
B. MolinaC0-33000000.284.306.457
D. Ortmeier1B-LF2-33120000.267.295.509
P. Feliz3B0-22001010.251.292.418
O. VizquelSS1-33010000.243.303.300
K. CorreiaP0-11000000.100.100.100
S. MunterP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - R. WinnPH0-11000000.296.350.422
D. GieseP0-00000000.000.000.000
T. WalkerP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - R. KleskoPH0-11000000.263.348.412
B. WilsonP0-00000000.000.000.000
TEAM5-2626252110
a-lined out to third for S Munter in the 6th
b-flied out to left for T Walker in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    N Schierholtz (3, Ed Gonzalez); O Vizquel (17, B Wickman)
  • 3B:
    D Ortmeier (4, B Wickman)
  • RBI:
    N Schierholtz (5), P Feliz (66)
  • SF:
    P Feliz
  • GIDP:
    B Molina; P Feliz
  • Team LOB:
    2
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    3 (O Vizquel-R Durham-D Ortmeier, R Aurilia-O Vizquel-T Walker, O Vizquel-R Durham-R Aurilia)
  • Assists:
    B Bonds (T Clark at 2nd base)

Giants
Giants Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
K. Correia5.16113492-553.4792
S. Munter0.2000003-24.913
D. Giese1.11000018-150.0018
T. Walker (W,2-0)0.2000002-10.002
B. Wilson (S,6)1.01000010-61.1010
TEAM9.0811341125-79125
  • Pitching
  • IBB:
    B Bonds (By Ed Gonzalez)
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    K Correia 7-4; S Munter 2-0; D Geise 3-1; T Walker 2-0; B Wilson 3-0
  • Game Scores:
    K Correia 53

Scoring Summary

InningARISF
4thC Young homered to left.10
4thN Schierholtz doubled to deep center, R Davis scored.11
8thP Feliz hit sacrifice fly to left, D Ortmeier scored.12

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