WINCliff LeeC. Lee(1-0)8.0 IP, 0 ER, 13 K, 1 BB
LOSSAndy PettitteA. Pettitte(0-1)7.0 IP, 2 ER, 5 K, 0 BB

Rangers Hitting

E. AndrusSS1-550110027.333.429.417
M. Young3B3-551300028.400.400.533
J. HamiltonCF2-552220020.300.5331.000
V. GuerreroDH1-440100222.154.154.154
J. BorbonPR-DH0-00100000.000.000.000
N. CruzLF-RF1-441110214.364.417.545
I. Kinsler2B0-440000114.111.273.333
J. FrancoeurRF1-33010009.167.167.167
a - D. MurphyPH-LF0-00100104.400.5001.200
B. MolinaC1-441110113.250.250.375
M. Moreland1B1-441120011.500.556.500
a-intentionally walked for J Francoeur in the 9th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    J Hamilton (1, B Logan); E Andrus (1, D Robertson)
  • HR:
    J Hamilton (2, 1st inning off A Pettitte 1 on, 1 Out)
  • RBI:
    J Hamilton 2 (5), N Cruz (1), B Molina (2), M Moreland 2 (3), E Andrus (1)
  • Team RISP:
    5-8 (M Young 0-1, V Guerrero 1-1, B Molina 1-1, J Hamilton 0-1, N Cruz 1-1, I Kinsler 0-1, M Moreland 1-1, E Andrus 1-1)
  • Team LOB:

Rangers Pitching

C. Lee (W,1-0)8.02001130122-820.00122
N. Feliz1.000002020-120.0020
  • Pitching
  • IBB:
    D Murphy (By D Robertson)
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    C Lee 16-27; N Feliz 1-3
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    C Lee 25-17-27-13; N Feliz 1-4-6-1
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    C Lee 8-3; N Feliz 1-0
  • Game Scores:
    C Lee 90

Yankees Hitting

D. JeterSS0-440000325.231.286.385
N. SwisherRF0-440000126.091.231.182
M. Teixeira1B0-330001219.000.214.000
A. Rodriguez3B0-330000110.154.154.154
R. Cano2B0-33000009.417.4171.000
M. ThamesDH0-330000316.222.222.222
J. PosadaC1-330100213.200.273.200
C. GrandersonCF0-330000215.125.417.125
B. GardnerLF1-33010019.250.333.250
  • Batting
  • Team RISP:
    0-3 (D Jeter 0-1, M Teixeira 0-1, N Swisher 0-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    B Gardner (1, 2nd base off C Lee/B Molina)

Yankees Pitching

A. Pettitte (L,0-1)7.0522051110-672.57110
K. Wood1.000000015-90.0015
B. Logan0.01110006-313.506
D. Robertson0.155511026-1827.0026
S. Mitre0.20000005-30.005
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    D Robertson; S Mitre
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    A Pettitte 16-26; K Wood 1-3; B Logan 0-1; D Robertson 6-7; S Mitre 1-2
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    A Pettitte 17-12-17-21; K Wood 3-1-2-3; B Logan 2-0-0-1; D Robertson 3-4-6-5; S Mitre 0-0-1-2
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    A Pettitte 8-8; K Wood 1-2; B Logan 0-0; D Robertson 0-0; S Mitre 1-1
  • Game Scores:
    A Pettitte 64

Scoring Summary

1stJ Hamilton homered to right (346 feet), M Young scored.20
9thN Cruz singled to left, J Hamilton scored, J Borbon to third.30
9thB Molina singled to left, J Borbon scored, N Cruz to third, D Murphy to second.40
9thM Moreland singled to right, N Cruz and D Murphy scored, B Molina to third.60
9thE Andrus doubled to deep right, B Molina scored, M Moreland to third.70
9thM Moreland scored, E Andrus to third on wild pitch by S Mitre.80

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