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C6 Toronto 12 Arizona 4 Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista each homered for Toronto, which lost two of three in the series despite hitting 10 home runs. Tampa Bay 10 Houston 6 John Jaso homered and drove in four runs, and Ben Zobrist and Hank Blalock also hit home runs to help lift the visiting Rays. N.Y. Mets 6 N.Y. Yankees 4 Jason Bay hit two home runs against CC Sabathia and the host Mets won two of the three games in the Subway Series.

Cleveland 4 Cincinnati 3 Jhonny Peralta singled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and helped David Huff (2-6) win for the first time since April 15. Washington 4 Baltimore 3 Josh Willingham homered in the 10th inning to give the Nationals their first win in four extra-inning games this season. Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 2 Ryan Doumit homered in the 10th inning, his first game-ending homer, and the losing streak ended at three games. BASEBALL Boston 8 Philadelphia 3 Tim Wakefield pitched eight shutout innings to beat Roy Halladay and earn his first win since July 8, 2009, against Oakland. West Pct.

GB L10 San Diego2618.591—4-6 DODGERS2519.56818-2 San Francisco2221.5123 1 2 4-6 Colorado2222.50046-4 Arizona2025.4446 1 2 6-4 Central Pct. GB L10 St. Louis2619.578—6-4 Cincinnati2519.568 1 2 6-4 Chicago2124.46756-4 Pittsburgh1925.4326 1 2 5-5 Milwaukee1727.3868 1 2 2-8 Houston1529.34110 1 2 2-8 East Pct. GB L10 Philadelphia2617.605—6-4 Atlanta2321.5233 1 2 7-3 Florida2322.51146-4 Washington2322.51143-7 New York2223.48954-6 NL STANDINGS MATCHUP W-L ERA TIME p.m. NL GAMES The news that former Dodgers pitcher Jose Lima died Sunday because of an apparent heart attack seemed too sudden for Manager Joe Torre Lima was only 37and seemed in good spirits, attending about five Dodgers games this month.

so sad. He was just here the other Torre said in disbelief, shortly after being notified of death. Lima, who spent 13 years in the major leagues, including the 2004 season with the Dodgers, was present at Dodger Stadium on Friday, sitting in the front row of the field level behind home plate. He was given a rousing ovation when introduced that night. On Sunday, the crowd observed a moment of silence before the first pitch, the flags just beyond center field were at half staff, and a video tribute to Lima was played in the sixth inning.

Dodgers catcher Brad Ausmus who was teammate for four seasons in Houston and Detroit, looked back fondly on the fiery pitcher whose style of pitching was known as energy, always in a good mood, loved to Ausmus said. had to listen to his demo tape all the time in the locker room. Now a fond memory. Back then, it was In 2004, Limawent 13-5 and led the Dodgers to their first National League West title since 1995. In the NL division series that year, he pitched a five-hit shutout against St.

Louis, the playoff win since the 1988 World Series. Jose younger brother, Joel is a right-handed pitcher in minor league system. Furcal is set to return Shortstop Rafael Furcal will be activated for gameat Chicago. But that means someone on the current roster has to go. Torre sure whom to move to make room for Furcal, who has been out because of a left hamstring injury since April 27 but seemed to be physically fine after playing in an extended spring training game Saturday.

Infielder Nick Green is the most likely candidate, but since he is out of options, he would have to clear waivers to go to the minors. And even then, he could reject that assignment and become a free agent. Another choice is sending down starting second baseman Blake DeWitt who has options, but that seems unlikely. Sunday, Torre suggested that they could send a pitcher down since they need a fifth starter until later in the week. now looking to buy time, just to make sure, first off, that is fine, and just making a decision on what makes the most sense for Torre said.

Troncoso struggles Dodgersreliever Ramon Troncoso has given up four earned runs and recorded only two outs in his last two appearances. Torre said it seemsTroncoso is overthrowing the ball. just look like his ball was going north and Torre said, speaking of Saturday. was going east and And finally Dodgersoutfielder Garret Anderson was two for four Sunday for his first multi-hit game of the season and first since Oct. 1, 2009....

Xavier Paul has batted .412 with fourruns batted in since being recalled from triple-A Albuquerque on May 18.... DeWitt batted the seven-game homestand. baxter.holmes@latimes.com DODGERS FYI Lima left many fond memories Baxter Holmes The loss column had been lonely this month. They visited it a few times, but not much. Mostly, they gave it a cold shoulder and co- zied up to its winning counterpart as they rose through the standings.

But Sunday afternoon at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers fell to the Detroit Tigers, 6-2, tacking on just their second loss in their last 14 games. The defeat drops the Dodgers to 16-5 this month, still the best record in themajor leagues, but Sunday they were looking to stay at the top of the National League West and earn a sweep in their first interleague series of the season. With San win over Seattle and some mighty swings from the bats and quick snags by their gloves, that plan went kaput. The Dodgers are now one game back of the Padres in the division. Hiroki Kuroda (5-2) looked solid after the first inning, when he gave up three runs, two on Miguel home run toleft field that gave the first baseman32runs batted in on the road, the most in themajors.

Kuroda give up any other runs inhis six-inning performance, but he re-thought the at-bat against Cabrera. was not much difference between the first inning and the rest of the Kuroda said through an interpreter. thehome run pitch he was obviously waiting for that pitch inside, so I throwna little bit more inside, now that I think about pretty good hitters got Dodgers Manager Joe Torre said. thought he pitched great. He gave us a strong The Dodgers sliced into that 3-0deficit in the fifth inning whenXavier Paul singled with the bases loaded, driving in Blake DeWitt and Jamey Carroll.

In the next inning, the script seemed set up for the Dodgers to retake the lead. The scene: bases loaded, two out, down by one, and Manny Ramirez in to pinch-hit. But Ramirez grounded out to third on the first pitch. just supposed to Torre said. That seemed especially true when Magglio Ordonez hit a solo home run in the eighth inning against Ronald Belisario, and the Tigers added tworuns in the ninth.

Dodgers batters seemed to be aiming for Tigers pitcher Rick Porcello. Three times they smacked line drives right at him. Which helps explain why the Dodgers were without an extra-base hit for only the third time this season and that they hit into a season-high four double plays. loss concluded a seven-game homestand in which the Dodgers went 5-2, and said third baseman Casey Blake: got to feel good about the way played this week. Our pitchers are throwing better and when they do and give us a chance to win, On Tuesday, the Dodgers begin a 16-games- in-16-days grind that starts in Chicago.

going to go play all these games, pretty comfortable with the way Torre said. looking forward to it and hopefully we can have as good a road trip as the last The last time the Dodgers were on the road, they sweptthree-game series from Arizona and San Diego. baxter.holmes@latimes.com Tigers respond with fury Gary Friedman Los Angeles Times PUT IT THERE: Magglio Ordonez of the Detroit Tigers is greeted by Miguel Cabrera after hitting a home run in the eighth inning against the Dodgers. They come out swinging after losing first two games of three-game series. Cabrera, Ordonez hit home runs.

DETROIT 6, DODGERS 2 Baxter Holmes AtlantaABRHBIAvg. McLouth cf5010.198 Infante 3b3020.311 3b1000.235 Prado 2b5000.306 Saito p0000--- Glaus 1b4000.270 Y.Escobar ss4100.180 MeCbrra D.Ross c4021.235 Clevlen lf3000.250 e-Heyward rf0000.290 Medlen p2010.250 J.Chavez p0000.000 Venters p0000--- b-Hinske 1111.368 Moylan p0000--- p0000--- f-Conrad 2b0000.241 Totals 35282 PittsburghABRHBIAvg. Iwmra 2b5020.161 Crosby 3b5010.239 AMcCthn cf4120.323 G.Jones rf3100.259 Pearce 1b3011.286 Milledge lf4010.259 Doumit c5132.286 Cedeno ss4010.234 Duke p2000.071 1000.219 Meek p0000--- d-Church 1000.226 Donnelly p0000--- Dotel p0000--- Totals 373113 Two outs when winning run scored. a-struck out for Duke in the 7th. b-homered for Venters in the 8th.

c-grounded out for Infante in the 8th. d-grounded out for Meek in the 8th. e-walked for Clevlen in the 10th. f-sacrificed for in the 10th. Atlanta 3: C.Jones 1, Me.Cabrera 1, Heyward 1.

Pittsburgh 3: A.McCutchen 1, G.Jones 1, Pearce 1. Atlanta 8: McLouth 1, Prado 1, Glaus 1, Y.Escobar 1, Me.Cabrera 2, D.Ross 1, Clevlen 1. Pittsburgh 6: Iwamura 1, G.Jones 1, Pearce 1, Milledge 1, Duke 1, Delw.Young 1. Cedeno (5). Atlanta 7, Pittsburgh 11.

Infante (6), Iwamura (4), Doumit (9). A.McCutchen (1). Hinske (4), off Meek; Doumit (4), off Saito. D.Ross (6), Hinske (20), Pearce (5), Doumit 2 (18). Me.Cabrera (1), G.Jones (3).

Conrad. Pearce. Runners left in scoring Atlanta 5 (Medlen 2, Y.Escobar, D.Ross, Prado); Pittsburgh 4 (Cedeno 2, Pearce 2). Runners moved Prado, Clevlen. Prado 2, Clevlen, A.McCutchen.

Atlanta 1 (Infante, Prado, Glaus); Pittsburgh 3 (Iwamura, Cedeno, Pearce), (Iwamura, Pearce), (Iwamura, Cedeno, Pearce). AtlantaIPHRERBBSONPERA 2 3 72222972.57 J.Chavez......................110011236.86 1 3 0000091.06 Saito 2 3 11101103.72 PittsburghIPHRERBBSONPERA Meek BS, Dotel Inherited J.Chavez 2-0, Venters 2-0. IBB J.Chavez (A.McCutchen), off Dotel (C.Jones). HBP Venters (G.Jones), by Medlen (Milledge). Tim Timmons, Tim Tschida, Bob Davidson, Alfonso Marquez.

3:08. Tickets 23,045 CincinnatiABRHBIAvg. O.Cabrera ss3110.268 B.Phillips 2b3010.267 Votto 1b3000.307 Rolen 3b3223.287 Gomes dh4000.282 Bruce rf4010.276 Heisey lf4000.286 Hanigan c4010.338 1-Janish 0000.259 Stubbs cf3010.203 1000.273 Totals 32373 ClevelandABRHBIAvg. Crowe cf4220.324 Choo rf4230.308 Hafner dh4011.275 Peralta 3b4011.236 Branyan 1b3011.219 Duncan lf2011.500 Kearns lf0000.304 Valbuena 2b3000.143 Donald ss4000.136 Marson c4000.200 Totals 32494 a-struck out for Stubbs in the 9th. 1-ran for Hanigan in the 9th.

Cincinnati 3: O.Cabrera 1, B.Phillips 1, Rolen 1. Cleveland 7: Crowe 1, Choo 1, Hafner 1, Peralta 1, Duncan 2, Valbuena 1. Cincinnati 7: Gomes 3, Heisey 2, Stubbs 1, L.Nix 1. Cleveland 6: Crowe 2, Choo 1, Hafner 1, Marson 2. Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 12.

B.Phillips (16), Branyan (4). Choo (1). Rolen 2 (10), off D.Huff 2. Rolen 3 (27), Hafner (16), Peralta (18), Branyan (10), Duncan (1). O.Cabrera (5), Crowe (3).

Stubbs (2). Branyan. Runners left in scoring Cincinnati 2 (Rolen, Votto); Cleveland 6 (Valbuena, Donald 3, Branyan, Peralta). Runners moved B.Phillips. Bruce.

Cleveland 1(Valbuena, Donald, Branyan). CincinnatiIPHRERBBSONPERA H.Bailey....................2 1 3 43311465.51 2 3 10051623.43 Herrera ClevelandIPHRERBBSONPERA D.Huff C.Perez 2................ 2 3 00011181.76 Sipp 6..................1 1 3 00011201.40 K.Wood Inherited Owings 1-1, Sipp 2-0. IBB Fisher (Hafner). HBP D.Huff (Votto), by C.Perez (O.Cabrera).

H.Bailey. Jeff Nelson, Larry Vanover, Mark Carlson, Angel Campos. 3:18. Tickets 21,044 BaltimoreABRHBIAvg. C.Pattrsn lf4120.286 Markakis rf4010.304 M.Tejada 3b5000.265 Wgginton 2b3000.294 Scott 1b4110.273 Ad.Jones cf4110.254 Wieters c3001.257 Lugo ss4011.213 Millwood p2000.000 Ohman p0000--- 0000.000 c-Montanez 1000.163 Albers p0000--- d-Atkins 1000.219 Simon p0000--- Meredith p0000--- Totals 35362 Wash.ABRHBIAvg.

Morgan cf5120.264 Slaten p0000--- CGzmn 2b5020.345 Zmrmn 3b4100.308 ADunn 1b3000.250 S.Burntt p0000--- Clippard p00001.000 Capps p0000.000 W.Harris rf1000.182 Willighm lf4221.267 Brndna rf3013.279 a-Morse 1000.286 Mxwll Dsmnd ss4000.261 Nieves c4020.224 Lannan p2010.059 Storen p10101.00 A.Kndy 1b1000.252 Totals 384114 One out when winning run scored. a-struck out for Bernadina in the 7th. b-was announced for Ohman in the 8th. c-grounded out for S.Moore in the 8th. d-flied out for Albers in the 9th.

Baltimore 4: C.Patterson 1, Markakis 1, Wigginton 1, Wieters 1. Washington 1: Zimmerman 1. Baltimore 6: Markakis 2, Wigginton 1, Scott 2, Millwood 1. Washington 10: Zimmerman 2, A.Dunn 2, Willingham 1, Bernadina 1, Morse 1, Desmond 2, Lannan 1. Nieves (1).

Baltimore 6, Washington 9. Ad.Jones (6). Bernadina (2). Willingham (8), off Meredith. Wieters (14), Lugo (2), Willingham (26), Bernadina 3 (12).

C.Patterson (4), Lugo (3). Runners left in scoring Baltimore 2 (Scott, Atkins); Washington 4 (Desmond, Zimmerman 2, Morse). Runners moved M.Tejada, Wieters. M.Tejada, A.Kennedy. Baltimore 1(Albers, Lugo, Scott); Washington Desmond, A.Dunn).

BaltimoreIPHRERBBSONPERA 1 3 833181133.71 2 3 10002120.00 1 3 00000162.92 Meredith WashingtonIPHRERBBSONPERA 1 3 21132885.55 Storen 1................1 2 3 00011242.25 S.Burnett 7.............. 2 3 10001102.51 Clippard 10............. 1 3 0000042.12 Capps BS, Slaten Meredith pitched to 1batter in the 10th. Inherited Ohman 1-0, Storen 1-0, Clippard 1-0. by Millwood (Willingham, A.Dunn).

Mike Winters, Brian Runge, Mike Estabrook, Jerry Layne. 3:17. Tickets 27,535 N.Y. (AL)ABRHBIAvg. Jeter ss5031.276 Gardner cf5001.294 Teixeira 1b5020.209 0000.211 A.Rdrigz 3b4000.291 Cano 2b4010.335 Swisher rf2200.299 Cervelli c4021.354 Russo lf4100.300 Sabathia p2010.500 Mitre p0000--- a-Thames 0000.357 Logan p0000--- c-Miranda 1111.261 Totals 364104 N.Y.

(NL)ABRHBIAvg. Jo.Reyes ss5120.222 Cora 2b4112.239 Bay lf2223.307 I.Davis 1b4120.290 D.Wright 3b4011.261 Pagan cf4010.285 Barajas c4110.260 Francur rf3000.211 J.Santana p3000.105 Feliciano p0000--- b-Tatis 1010.238 Igarashi p0000--- F.Rodrigz p0000--- Totals 346116 New York New York a-walked for Mitre in the 8th. b-singled for Feliciano in the 8th. c-singled for Logan in the 9th. 1-ran for Teixeira in the 9th.

New York (A) 4: A.Rodriguez 1, Swisher 2, Thames 1. New York (N) 2: Bay 1, Francoeur 1. New York (A) 6: Gardner 1, Teixeira 1, A.Rodriguez 1, Cervelli 1, Russo 1, Sabathia 1. New York (N) 7: Cora 1, I.Davis 1, D.Wright 2, Francoeur 1, J.Santana 2. Russo (1).

New York (A) 9, New York (N) 7. Jeter (9), D.Wright (10), Barajas (7). Bay 2 (3), off Sabathia 2. Jeter (27), Gardner (13), Cervelli (19), Miranda (5), Cora 2 (11), Bay 3 (19), D.Wright (33). Cora (1).

Runners left in scoring New York (A) 4 (Teixeira, Cano 2, A.Rodriguez); New York (N) 3 (Pagan 2, J.Santana). Runners moved Gardner. Gardner, Jos.Reyes. New York (A) 1(Cano, Jeter, Teixeira); New York (N) 1(Cora, Jos.Reyes, I.Davis). New York (AL)IPHRERBBSONPERA Sabathia New York (NL)IPHRERBBSONPERA J.Santana 2 3 611351053.41 Feliciano 5..............

1 3 0000032.33 1 3 23310185.14 F.Rodriguez 2 3 20001211.96 Inherited Feliciano 3-0, F.Rodriguez 2-2. IBB Sabathia (Francoeur). HBP Mitre (Bay). PB Marvin Hudson, Derryl Cousins, Jim Wolf, Todd Tichenor. 3:12.

Tickets 41,422 Tam. BayABRHBIAvg. Zobrist rf6232.309 Crwfrd lf5321.324 Jaso c4124.349 CPena 1b5011.187 Blalck 3b3111.313 B.Uptn cf5000.213 Brignc ss4130.306 SRdgz 2b5110.214 Price p2000.000 1011.243 Benoit p0000--- Wheelr p0000--- c-Kapler 1110.270 Balfour p0000--- d-Bartlett 1000.246 Cormier p0000--- R.Siano p0000--- Totals 42101510 HoustonABRHBIAvg. Kpinger 2b5230.292 Michaels cf5120.211 Pence rf4222.250 Ca.Lee lf3001.196 P.Feliz 3b4113.210 Blum 1b3000.278 Manzella ss3010.190 Quintero c4010.232 Norris p2000.071 Moehler p0000--- G.Chacin p0000--- b-Sullivan 1000.195 Fulchino p0000--- Sampson p0000--- W.Lopez p0000--- 1000.000 Totals 356106 Tampa a-singled for Price in the 6th. b-struck out for G.Chacin in the 6th.

c-doubled for Wheeler in the 8th. d-reached on error for Balfour in the 9th. e-lined out for W.Lopez in the 9th. Tampa Bay 5: Crawford 1, Jaso 1, Blalock 2, Brignac 1. Houston 3: Pence 1, Blum 1, Manzella 1.

Tampa Bay 12: Zobrist 1, Crawford 1, C.Pena 2, Blalock 1, B.Upton 3, Brignac 1, S.Rodriguez 1, Price 2. Houston 6: Manzella 2, Quintero 3, Sullivan 1. Blalock (1), P.Feliz (6), Manzella (7). Tampa Bay 10, Houston 6. S.Rodriguez (6), Kapler (2), Keppinger (13), Quintero (2).

Jaso (1). Zobrist (2), off Norris; Jaso (2), off Norris; Blalock (1), off Norris; P.Feliz (2), off Price; Pence (7), off Price. Zobrist 2 (23), Crawford (21), Jaso 4 (18), C.Pena (27), Blalock (2), W.Aybar (11), Pence 2 (20), Ca.Lee (17), P.Feliz 3 (16). Crawford 3 (14). Pence (4).

Ca.Lee. Runners left in scoring Tampa Bay 6 (B.Upton 3, C.Pena, Crawford 2); Houston 3 (Norris, Pence 2). Runners moved S.Rodriguez, Michaels. B.Upton, S.Rodriguez, Michaels. Tampa Bay 1(Price, Brignac, C.Pena); Houston 2 (P.Feliz, Keppinger, Blum), (P.Feliz, Keppinger, Blum).

Tampa BayIPHRERBBSONPERA Price Benoit 1..................100003140.00 Wheeler 5................121100212.45 2 3 20000123.06 R.Soriano 1 3 0000031.40 HoustonIPHRERBBSONPERA Moehler G.Chacin.....................100001111.69 W.Lopez......................110000144.80 Moehler pitched to 4 batters in the 6th. Inherited R.Soriano 2-0, G.Chacin 2-0. W.Lopez. Kerwin Danley, C.B. Bucknor, Doug Eddings, Dana DeMuth.

3:29. Tickets TorontoABRHBIAvg. F.Lewis cf6120.286 A.Hill 2b4200.161 SDowns p0000--- Gregg p0000--- Lind lf4221.231 Reed lf0000.167 J.Btista rf5124.242 Ovrby 1b5120.215 Encrn 3b4222.275 JMcDld ss4222.250 J.Molina c5131.295 Marcm p3011.333 Camp p10101.00 McCoy 2b1000.190 Totals 42121711 ArizonaABRHBIAvg. C.Jackson lf4110.250 J.Gutirrez p0000--- Rosa p0000--- b-Hester 1000.189 T.Abreu 2b2110.313 Ojeda 2b3011.150 S.Drew ss4110.299 J.Upton rf4011.269 Ad.LRch 1b3000.283 Ryal 1b1010.353 MRynlds 3b3010.231 C.Young cf4122.298 Snyder c3000.224 Buckner p1000.333 C.Valdez p1000.000 S.Rivera p0000--- lf1010.247 Totals 354104 a-singled for S.Rivera in the 7th. b-grounded into a double play for Rosa in the 9th.

Toronto 3: A.Hill 1, Encarnacion 1, J.McDonald 1. Arizona 3: M.Reynolds 1, Snyder 1, G.Parra 1. Toronto 5: F.Lewis 1, J.Bautista 1, Marcum 2, McCoy 1. Arizona 10: C.Jackson 1, S.Drew 1, J.Upton 2, Ad.LaRoche 1, M.Reynolds 2, C.Young 2, Snyder 1. C.Jackson (1), T.Abreu (4).

Toronto 7, Arizona 7. Lind (8), J.McDonald (5), Marcum (1), C.Jackson (8), T.Abreu (6), S.Drew (11), M.Reynolds (9). J.Bautista (14), off Buckner; Encarnacion (7), off Buckner; C.Young (7), off Gregg. Lind (24), J.Bautista 4 (38), Encarnacion 2 (16), J.McDonald 2 (3), J.Molina (4), Marcum (1), Ojeda (2), J.Upton (23), C.Young 2 (36). Lind.

Runners left in scoring Toronto 4 (Marcum 2, A.Hill, J.Bautista); Arizona 3 (Snyder 2, Ojeda). Runners moved F.Lewis, Lind. Hester, Ojeda. Toronto 2 (A.Hill, J.McDonald, Overbay), (J.McDonald, McCoy, Overbay). TorontoIPHRERBBSONPERA Marcum S.Downs......................11000192.57 ArizonaIPHRERBBSONPERA Buckner C.Valdez......................233221327.82 S.Rivera.......................1311001727.00 J.Gutierrez....................100000128.83 Buckner pitched to 5 batters in the 5th.

Inherited C.Valdez 1-1. by C.Valdez (Encarnacion). Buckner. Phil Cuzzi, Chris Guccione, Mike Muchlinski, Brian 3:02. Tickets 23,148 BostonABRHBIAvg.

Ellsbury cf5012.282 Pedroia 2b4100.261 V.Martinz c5120.259 Youkilis 1b4321.322 J.Drew rf4121.277 bDMcDld rf1000.263 Beltre 3b4122.325 Hermida lf5000.220 Scutaro ss2111.263 Wakefield p3000.000 R.Ramirz p0000--- Totals 378107 PhiladelphiaABRHBIAvg. Victorino cf5010.257 Dobbs 3b4000.154 Utley 2b3020.307 Howard 1b3000.299 Werth rf4120.327 Ibanez lf4111.245 J.Castro ss4010.260 Hoover c3000.278 1000.297 Halladay p2000.121 Durbin p0000.000 1000.192 J.Romero p0000--- Baez p0000--- d-Gload 1112.241 Totals 35383 a-fouled out for Durbin in the 7th. b-reached on error for J.Drew in the 9th. c-struck out for Hoover in the 9th. d-homered for Baez in the 9th.

Boston 4: Pedroia 1, Youkilis 1, Scutaro 2. Philadelphia 2: Utley 1, Howard 1. Boston 4: Ellsbury 1, V.Martinez 1, Hermida 1, Wakefield 1. Philadelphia 2: Howard 1, C.Ruiz 1. Hoover (1), Dobbs (2).

Boston 8, Philadelphia 7. V.Martinez (10), J.Drew (11), Victorino (6), Werth (22), Ibanez (9), J.Castro (4). Youkilis (3), Utley (1). Youkilis (9), off Halladay; Gload (2), off R.Ramirez. Ellsbury 2 (3), Youkilis (27), J.Drew (29), Beltre 2 (26), Scutaro (8), Ibanez (20), Gload 2 (7).

Wakefield. Beltre. Runners left in scoring Boston 4 (Wakefield 2, Ellsbury, Hermida); Philadelphia 5 (Werth 2, Utley, J.Castro, B.Francisco). Runners moved J.Drew, Hermida. BostonIPHRERBBSONPERA Wakefield R.Ramirez....................133301306.35 PhiladelphiaIPHRERBBSONPERA Halladay 2 3 87621992.22 1 3 00001182.61 J.Romero.....................110012182.70 Inherited Durbin 1-0.

IBB Halladay (Scutaro). PB Fieldin Culbreth, Marty Foster, Gary Cederstrom, Ed Hickox. 2:38. Tickets 45,068 DETROIT 6 DODGERS 2 Miguel Cabrera and Mag- glio Ordonez hit home runs and the Tigers avoided a sweep in a three-game series. DetroitABRHBIAvg.

Damon cf5121.290 Santiago ss4010.260 Valverde p0000--- Ordonez rf4222.316 Mi.Cbrera 1b4112.331 Boesch lf3000.340 Kelly lf0000.250 Inge 3b3100.217 Laird c4000.155 Worth 2b4130.412 Porcello p1000.000 b-Raburn 1000.200 Perry p0000--- Coke p0000--- d-Willis 0000.000 e-Everett ss0001.197 Totals 33696 DODGERSABRHBIAvg. Martin c4010.262 Paul rf4022.326 Kemp cf4010.285 Loney 1b3000.295 Blake 3b3000.268 GAndrsn lf4020.159 DeWitt 2b3120.286 c-Bllrd 2b1000.288 J.Carrll ss4120.282 Kuroda p1000.000 aMa.Rmirz 1000.329 Jf.Weavr p00001.000 Blisario p0000--- Sherrill p0000--- 1010.300 Totals 332112 a-grounded out for Kuroda in the 6th. b-flied out for Porcello in the 7th. c-grounded into a double play for DeWitt in the 8th. d-was announced for Coke in the 9th.

e-sacrificed for Willis in the 9th. f-singled for Sherrill in the 9th. Detroit 2: Boesch 1, Inge 1. Los Angeles 3: Martin 1, Loney 1, Blake 1. Detroit 6: Santiago 1, Mi.Cabrera 1, Boesch 1, Inge 1, Laird 1, Porcello 1.

Los Angeles 4: Paul 1, Kemp 1, J.Carroll 1, Kuroda 1. Ordonez (2), Blake (8). Detroit 5, Los Angeles 8. Damon (12). Mi.Cabrera (10), off Kuroda; Ordonez (6), off Belisario.

Damon (18), Ordonez 2 (30), Mi.Cabrera 2 (40), Everett (3), Paul 2 (5). Mi.Cabrera (2). Santiago, Porcello, Everett, Kuroda. Runners left in scoring Detroit 2 (Damon, Boesch); Los Angeles 5 (Blake, Kemp, Man.Ramirez 2, Belliard). Runners moved Laird.

Ordonez, Martin, G.Anderson, Belliard. Detroit 4 (Porcello, Worth), (Mi.Cabrera, Santiago, Mi.Cabrera), (Worth, Santiago, Mi.Cabrera), (Worth, Everett, Mi.Cabrera); Los Angeles 1(Blake, DeWitt, Loney). DetroitIPHRERBBSONPERA Porcello Perry 9..................1 1 3 00011222.41 Coke 5.................... 2 3 1000043.43 DODGERSIPHRERBBSONPERA Kuroda Jef.Weaver...................10000083.09 1 3 23311246.28 2 3 10000107.36 Inherited Coke 1-0, Sherrill 2-2. Balk Ted Barrett, Tony Randazzo, Paul Nauert, Brian Gorman.

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