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American League wins interleague play for ninth straight year

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The offensive-minded American League has beaten the National League in interleague play for the ninth straight year.

Sunday’s schedule wrapped the annual junior circuit (AL) vs. the senior circuit (NL), with the AL winning 142-110.

The biggest winner was the Texas Rangers who went 14-4.

The worst record goes to the Colorado Rockies who were 2-13 vs. the American League.

The AL has won 12 times in the 16 years of interleague play.

The last time the NL won the season series was in 2003.

(photo by Gavin.perch, Schyler via wikipedia commons)

 

Info courtesy of Major League Baseball, Radio & TV news

POSTGAME NOTES: Cincinnati Reds 5 Cleveland Indians 3 Wednesday, June 13

CINCINNATI REDS POST GAME LOCKERROOM

50,747 Mat Latos Reds 5-3 win over Indians June 13, 2012

50,754 Brandon Phillips Reds 5-3 win over Indians June 13, 2012


Brandon Phillips was 3-for-3 with a homer and 3 RBI's last night (2009 photo by Rdikeman via wikipedia commons)

CINCINNATI, OHIO — * In the 16th season of Interleague play, the Reds are 102-126 vs. the American League.

* The Reds are 5-3 in Interleague play this year.

* There were two home runs hit last night in Great American Ball Park. That means there have been 1 homer hit in the last 58 games at GABP since 7/29/11 vs. San Francisco, a record.

* The Reds have spent the past 21 days in first place in the NL Central Division.

* The Reds are 38-39 vs. the Cleveland Indians, 16-10 at GABP.

* Reds 3B Scott Rolen could be activated in the next couple of days.

* The first 10,000 fans received a Brandon Phillips Silver Slugger Award Mini-Bat.

* Brandon Phillips is now hitting .347 (50-for-144, 6 doubles, 8 homers, 26 RBI’s, 6 steals) in his career against his former team, the Indians.

* Mat Latos finishes 7 innings for the fourth time this season.

* Mat Latos is 5-0 with a 3.73 ERA (60.1 IP, 25 ER) in his last 10 starts since an 11-1 loss at St. Louis. The Reds are 8-2 in those starts. He lowered his ERA against the AL from 3.62 to 3.49 ( 56.2 IP, 22 ER).

* Ryan Ludwick now has 11 RBI’s in his career off Derek Lowe (9-for-21, .429, 4 homers).

* Jay Bruce now has 49 career RBI’s with the bases loaded (13-for-56, .232, 3 doubles, 1 homer).

* LHP Bill Bray continues his rehab at Triple-AAA Louisville by throwing Thursday June 14 and June 15

* Reds scout Chet Montgomery, who signed several players during the Big Red Machine era including former infielder Doug Flynn, passed away a few weeks ago.

* The stars were in the house on Wednesday night as Urban Meyer, Kyle Busch, Pete Rose and Pete Rose, Jr. visited Great American Ball Ball Park.

* WINNING PITCHER: Mat Latos Reds, 5-2

LOSING PITCHER: Derek Lowe Indians, 7-5

SAVE: Aroldis Chapman Reds 7

ATTENDANCE: 27,4428

TIME: 2:38

 

Stuart Mason assisted in this article


 

GAME COVERAGE AUDIO USED UNDER TERMS & CONDITIONS OF MLB.com & cincinnatireds.com

 

White Sox Peavy named AL Pitcher of the Month for April

 

Jake Peavy, right-handed pitcher of the Chicago White Sox has been named American League Pitcher of the Month for April.  It is the fifth career monthly award for Peavy and first for a White Sox pitcher since Gavin Floyd won in June 2010.

The 30-year-old Peavy, went 3-1 with a 1.67 ERA (7 ER/37.2 IP), 33 strikeouts, two complete games and one shutout in five starts during the month.  He led the AL in ERA, opponents average (.162) and complete games and tied for the lead in shutouts and quality starts (5).

Jake Peavy with Padres (2006 photo by SD Dirk via wikipedia commons)

Peavy has allowed two runs in 25.0 IP over his last three starts, including a streak of 17.0 consecutive scoreless IP from April 18-28.  He has thrown back-to-back complete games for the first time in his career, becoming the first White Sox pitcher since Mark Buehrle on July 17-23, 2010 to accomplish the feat, including his sixth career shutout on April 23 at Oakland.

It is the third AL honor received by a White Sox player in 2012.  Philip Humber was named AL Player of the Week for April 16-22 after throwing the 21st perfect game in major-league history on April 21 at Seattle, and Paul Konerko received the honor for April 23-29.

The Mobile, Alabama native has a career-record of 112-82, with an ERA of 3.43, 1,587 strikeouts, 6 shutouts, 11 complete games.

The three-time All-Star played for the San Diego Padres from 2002-2009 before being traded to the White Sox.

 

Info compiled from Chicago White Sox, Major League Baseball & MLBpressbox.com

Springstead, former AL umpire dead at 74

 

Marty Springstead (MLB photo)

One of Major League Baseball’s best umpire’s of all-time, Marty Springstead, is dead at age 74.

MLB said on Wednesday that Springstead was found dead at his home in Florida on Tuesday night.

Liked by players and managers, Springstead at the age of 36 became the youngest umpire crew chief in World Series history.

From Nyack, New York, he was an American League umpire from 1966-1985. His other World Series appearances include 1978 and 1983. All-Star games include 1969, 1975 and 1982. He umpired in five AL championship series.

After retiring as an active umpire on the field, he became the American League’s executive director of umpires, then became an umpire supervisor for MLB after staffs from the NL and AL merged into one group.

He retired from his supervisor’s position just before the 2010 season.

 

Info compiled from MLB, Radio & TV news

Rays manager Maddon named AL Manager of the Year

 

Joe Maddon (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The Tampa Bay Rays lose good players every year through trades and free agency and they continue to win games and get into the playoffs.

There are two reasons for this. A strong farm system and a solid manager.

With that said, Joe Maddon has been named the 2011 American League Manager of the Year.

The 57-year-old Maddon won the AL award for the second time. He led the Rays to overcome a nine-game deficit to edge out the aging Boston Red Sox for the wildcat spot on the last day of the regular-season. It was the biggest deficit any MLB team had to make up in September to claim a playoff spot.

Tampa Bay, which started the season at 0-6, won its final five games to earn the playoff berth. They lost in the second round to Texas.

According to the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, Maddon earned 26 of 28 first place votes for 133 points.

 

Info compiled from MLB, Tampa Bay Rays & Baseball Writers’ Association of America

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