• Dodgers
    LAD
  • Yankees
    NYY

Dodgers
Dodgers

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
0-550000221.261.335.321
2-551200120.472.491.755
1-440100110.303.363.462
4-442420011.343.368.629
0-221002015.247.331.370
0-330001015.267.364.400
1-440100019.255.331.305
1-330110113.257.354.355
0-220000012.222.222.333
1-22011006.267.312.349
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
H. Ryu6.0533241111-672.96111
J.P. Howell0.122200016-122.8116
R. Belisario0.00100004-24.784
P. Rodriguez0.21000109-73.289
M. Guerrier1.00000009-63.459

Yankees
Yankees

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
1-550100022.285.349.449
1-441100121.259.318.311
1-331101014.278.352.509
0-441000215.227.269.377
1-331100117.250.400.250
3-442330014.274.315.359
0-330000111.205.225.321
0-00000000.100.122.125
1-440120016.240.281.441
0-330001019.263.323.339
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
H. Kuroda6.2822120107-692.78107
S. Kelley0.10000106-34.726
P. Claiborne0.12220015-41.695
D. Robertson0.200020014-42.8614
M. Rivera1.000002010-71.7310

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • LAD2
    • 3NYY
  • Stolen Bases

    • LAD0
    • 0NYY
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • LAD5
    • 5NYY
  • Total Bases

    • LAD15
    • 12NYY

Game Information

Yankee Stadium
Coverage: MLBN/ESPN2
  • New York, New York 10451
Attendance: 40,604
86%
Capacity: 47,422
Umpires: Home Plate Umpire - Andy Fletcher, First Base Umpire - John Tumpane, Second Base Umpire - Joe West, Third Base Umpire - Sam Holbrook
6/19/2013 Associated Press

Kuroda, Suzuki carry Yanks past Dodgers

Hiroki Kuroda shut down his former team into the seventh inning, Ichiro Suzuki homered and drove in three runs, leading the New York Yankees to a 6-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.

WINHiroki KurodaH. Kuroda(7-5)6.2 IP, 2 ER, 2 K, 1 BB
LOSSHyun-Jin RyuH. Ryu(6-3)6.0 IP, 3 ER, 4 K, 2 BB
SAVEMariano RiveraM. Rivera(25)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 2 K, 0 BB

Scoring Summary

InningLADNYY
2ndL Overbay doubled to deep center, T Neal and I Suzuki scored.02
6thI Suzuki homered to right (344 feet).03
7thA Ellis hit sacrifice fly to right, H Ramirez scored, A Ethier to third.13
7thJ Hairston Jr. singled to left, A Ethier scored, S Schumaker to second.23
7thV Wells safe at first, J Nix advanced to third, R Cano advanced to second on fielding error by pitcher R Belisario. J Nix scored, R Cano to third on throwing error by pitcher R Belisario.24
7thI Suzuki singled to left, R Cano and V Wells scored, T Neal to second.26
8thH Ramirez homered to left (353 feet), Y Puig scored.46

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