WINMariano RiveraM. Rivera(2-1)2.0 IP, 0 ER, 3 K, 0 BB
LOSSRamon TroncosoR. Troncoso(1-2)0.1 IP, 1 ER, 0 K, 0 BB

Yankees Hitting

D. JeterSS3-440301121.286.347.418
N. SwisherRF0-440000114.289.370.494
J. ChamberlainP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - F. CervelliPH0-11000004.277.358.355
M. RiveraP0-00000000.000.000.000
M. Teixeira1B1-551100216.229.344.408
A. Rodriguez3B2-553220016.285.361.494
R. Cano2B2-552230026.359.409.593
J. PosadaC1-551100124.274.376.503
C. GrandersonCF0-441001020.237.317.435
B. GardnerLF0-00000001.321.403.418
C. HuffmanLF2-330220014.273.385.273
A. PettitteP0-11000016.250.250.250
D. RobertsonP0-00000000.000.000.000
D. MarteP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - C. CurtisPH-RF0-220010014.333.429.500
b-grounded to second for J Chamberlain in the 9th
a-grounded to second for D Marte in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    R Cano (22, J Broxton)
  • HR:
    A Rodriguez (11, 6th inning off C Kershaw 1 on, 2 Out); R Cano (15, 10th inning off G Sherrill 1 on, 1 Out)
  • RBI:
    A Rodriguez 2 (54), R Cano 3 (53), C Huffman 2 (2), C Curtis (4)
  • 2Out RBI:
    A Rodriguez 2
  • SH:
    A Pettitte
  • GIDP:
    N Swisher
  • Team RISP:
    3-7 (D Jeter 0-1, F Cervelli 0-1, J Posada 1-1, C Huffman 1-1, C Curtis 0-1, N Swisher 0-1, R Cano 1-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Fielding
  • E:
    A Pettitte 2 (2, throw 2)
  • DP:
    2 (R Cano-D Jeter-M Teixeira, A Rodriguez-R Cano-M Teixeira)

Yankees Pitching

A. Pettitte5.06543593-612.7293
D. Robertson0.21001014-75.0414
D. Marte1.10000117-123.6817
J. Chamberlain1.02111021-145.2921
M. Rivera (W,2-1)2.01000334-230.9234
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    D Robertson
  • IBB:
    D Jeter (By J Broxton)
  • HBP:
    B Gardner (By C Kershaw)
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    A Pettitte 16-25; D Robertson 2-4; D Marte 2-4; J Chamberlain 2-5; M Rivera 4-7
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    A Pettitte 17-8-19-17; D Robertson 3-0-1-3; D Marte 6-2-1-3; J Chamberlain 2-2-6-4; M Rivera 6-3-10-4
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    A Pettitte 7-4; D Robertson 2-0; D Marte 0-3; J Chamberlain 3-0; M Rivera 2-1
  • Game Scores:
    A Pettitte 39

Dodgers Hitting

R. FurcalSS2-221222025.310.361.444
R. Belliard2B1-441110117.264.346.429
J. BroxtonP0-00000000.000.000.000
M. KempCF0-00000000.258.316.455
A. EthierRF1-440110114.317.375.559
M. RamirezLF0-330001019.307.398.508
G. AndersonLF0-11000006.190.207.302
R. TroncosoP0-00000000.000.500.000
G. SherrillP0-00000000.000.000.000
C. Blake3B1-550100316.267.341.428
J. Loney1B1-440101021.295.347.431
R. MartinC0-440001325.241.349.327
R. JohnsonCF-LF3-552300120.306.327.407
C. KershawP0-00100007.080.115.080
R. BelisarioP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - J. CarrollPH-2B1-22110009.294.393.325
a-reached on infield single to third for R Belisario in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    R Johnson 2 (7, A Pettitte 2); R Furcal (11, J Chamberlain)
  • HR:
    R Belliard (2, 4th inning off A Pettitte 0 on, 2 Out)
  • RBI:
    A Ethier (46), R Furcal 2 (23), R Belliard (13)
  • 2Out RBI:
    R Belliard, R Furcal
  • SF:
    R Furcal; A Ethier
  • SH:
    C Kershaw 3; R Belliard
  • GIDP:
    M Ramirez; R Johnson
  • Team RISP:
    1-7 (C Blake 0-1, R Belliard 0-2, R Martin 0-1, R Furcal 1-1, A Ethier 0-1, M Ramirez 0-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    J Carroll (6, 2nd base off J Chamberlain/J Posada)
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    1 (J Loney-R Furcal)

Dodgers Pitching

C. Kershaw7.042205101-633.19101
R. Belisario (H,11)1.01000012-64.3112
J. Broxton1.04442148-291.8748
R. Troncoso (L,1-2)0.1111007-55.737
G. Sherrill0.2111008-76.758
  • Pitching
  • IBB:
    M Ramirez (By A Pettitte)
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    C Kershaw 15-26; R Belisario 0-3; J Broxton 4-9; R Troncoso 1-2; G Sherrill 3-3
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    C Kershaw 20-5-19-19; R Belisario 3-0-0-3; J Broxton 6-2-15-6; R Troncoso 1-1-1-2; G Sherrill 2-1-1-3
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    C Kershaw 9-7; R Belisario 3-0; J Broxton 2-0; R Troncoso 1-0; G Sherrill 2-0
  • Game Scores:
    C Kershaw 66

Scoring Summary

3rdC Kershaw sacrificed into fielder's choice to pitcher, R Johnson to third, R Johnson scored, C Kershaw to first on throwing error by pitcher A Pettitte.01
3rdR Belliard sacrificed to catcher, C Kershaw to third, R Furcal to second, R Belliard safe at second on throwing error by pitcher A Pettitte. C Kershaw scored, R Furcal to third on throwing error by pitcher A Pettitte.02
3rdA Ethier hit sacrifice fly to center, R Furcal scored, R Belliard to third.03
4thR Furcal hit sacrifice fly to right, R Johnson scored.04
4thR Belliard homered to left center (405 feet).05
6thA Rodriguez homered to left (380 feet), M Teixeira scored.25
8thR Furcal doubled to right, J Carroll scored.26
9thR Cano doubled to right, A Rodriguez scored.36
9thC Huffman singled to right, R Cano and J Posada scored, C Granderson to third.56
9thC Curtis grounded out to first, C Granderson scored, C Huffman to second.66
10thR Cano homered to center (409 feet), A Rodriguez scored.86

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