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A-Rod still stuck at 599 homers; Yankees shutout Indians, 8-0

 

Alex Rodriguez had two hits Wednesday night, but no 600th homer, disappointing 22,965 fans who wanted to witness history.

Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett had a sharp outing and beat Cleveland, 8-0.

Burnett, now 9-8, earned his third win in four starts. Against the Indians, he allowed seven hits over 6 1/3 innings as the Yankees won for the sixth time in eight games and have the best record in the majors at 64-36.

A. J. Burnett (mlb)

With the shutout win over Cleveland, New York leads the American League with nine.

Burnett finally won a game in Cleveland. He had been 0-4 with a 9.00 ERA in four previous starts at Progressive Field, however none were with the Yankees. He struck out seven and walked three. The 33-year-old Burnett has not allowed an earned run in seven starts.

compiled from staff and wire reports

Reds power slams Brewers 10-2; win 4 of 6 on road trip

 

Brandon Phillips belted a 450-foot grand slam homer that landed into Bernie Brewer’s giant slide before popping out as the Reds beat the Milwaukee Brewers for the second day in a row by a big margin, 10-2. The Reds finished the road trip at 4-2.

Cincinnati scored 22 runs on 32 hits in the final two games of the series after managing only six hits in a 3-2 loss in the opening game on Monday night.

Travis Wood earned his first win in the majors and has pitched well each time out.

Brandon Phillips (mlb)

Travis Wood (mlb)

With Wednesday afternoon’s win, the Reds stayed with St. Louis in a first place tie in the NL Central. The Cardinals won an extra inning game in New York last night.

Reds leftfielder Jonny Gomes knocked in the 300th RBI of his career in the sixth inning.

The Reds score 10 unasswered runs, topped off by Phillips’ blast and Joey Votto’s solo homer in the eighth inning, for their 30th come-from-behind win of the season.

The Reds showed why they are the National League’s number 1 offense by piling on the runs, scoring five in the sixth off starter Chris Narveson and reliever Kameron Loe and five off Carlos Villeneuve in the eighth.

Cincinnati’s bullpen, went four scorless innings allowing three hits: Jordan Smith, Arthur Rhodes, Nick Masset and Francisco Cordero in that order shut down Milwaukee.

compiled from staff and wire reports

Indians trade Peralta to division rival Detroit

 

The Detroit Tigers started to fill an important hole in their lineup at third base, by acquiring Jhonny Peralta from the Cleveland Indians for lefthander Giovanni Soto, a minor leaguer.

The 28-year-old Peralta, will fill in for the injured Brandon Inge, who is out with a broken hand. But Peralta can also play shortstop.

Jhonny Peralta heading to Motown (mlb)

At the time of the trade, Peralta was batting .246 with seven homers and 43 RBI’s.

Soto, a 19-year-old, was pitching for low Class A West Michigan of the Midwest League where he in 82 2/3 innings, he had 76 strikeouts and a 2.61 ERA. He was the Tigers’ 21st-round draft pick last year.

The Indians say that Soto will be assigned to Class A Lake County.

compiled from staff, wire ad MLB news

MLB ROUNDUP: Reds and Indians

CINCINNATI AT MILWAUKEE

The Cincinnati Reds pounded the Brewers for 19 hits and 12 runs in Miller Park on Tuesday night.

Brandon Phillips, Joey Votto and Scott Rolen all had four hits in a 12-4 win over Milwaukee and their ace pitcher Yovani Gallardo. The win moved the Reds back into a tie for first in the NL Central with St. Louis.

Scott Rolen (mlb)

The Reds came into the contest trailing the Cardinals by a game or just percentage points in the standings. But it has been a rare occurance for the Reds to be outside of the top spot in the Central. Since May 16, Cincinnati has spent 51 days in first place or tied for first with St. Louis.

Cincinnati’s top four hitters in the lineup, Phillips, Orlando Cabrera, Votto and Rolen, finished the game at 15-for-22 with eight runs and seven RBI’s as they matched a season-high with 19 hits.

NEW YORK YANKEES AT CLEVELAND INDIANS

Josh Tomlin, another young pitcher in the Indians farm system that is good, didn’t act like he was afraid to face the New York Yankees hard-hitting lineup led by Alex Rodriguez.

Tomlin was pitching a shutout into the eighth inning and won his major league debut with Cleveland, 4-1 Tuesday night.

Alex Rodriguez went o for 4 on his 35th birthday. That coveted 600th homer can wait another day.

Josh Tomlin (Clippers photo)

It was a memorable day for the the 25-year-old Tomlin, who outpitched former Indians Cy Young Award winner C.C. Sabathia (13-4), who lost for the first time since May 23.

The right-hander gave up one run on three hits after having his contract purchased from Triple-A Columbus earlier in the day, where he was 8-4 with a2.68 ERA. He walked none and struck out two.

compiled from staff and wire reports

Strasburg out indefinitely with inflamed shoulder

Stephen Strasburg has come face-to-face with the first snag in his major league career.

He was warming up at Nationals Park for a start against the Atlanta Braves,and after a six pitches, Washington pitching coach Steve McCatty  noticed he could not get loose. Strasburg told McCatty that he felt stiff.

Stephen Strasburg (mlb)

McCatty told general manager Mike Rizzo immediately and he was scratched from the lineup.

Strasburg was checked out by a team doctor and sent out for an MRI and X-ray exam. Mike Rizzo said the tests showed no structural problems and that the diagnosis is inflammation.

The 22-year-old Strasburg will be considered day-to-day.

In nine starts this season, Strasburg is 5-2 with a 2.32 ERA, 75 strikeouts and 15 walks in 54 1/3 innings.

The Nationals have been quite careful with their “Franchise Pitcher”. They’ve said all along that his season will end  when he reaches 160 innings whether it be in August or September. So far, including his stint in the minors, he has thrown 109 2/3 innings.

info compiled from staff, wire and Washington Nationals news

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