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Monday, March 26, 2012
Los Angeles Dodgers at Houston Astros
Apr 21, 2012123456789RHE
Los Angeles (8-7)100000000160
Houston (7-8)00420421X13170
W: Zach Duke (2-1) L: Chris Capuano (0-2) S: N/A
Scoring Summary
LAD1Hairston Jr. homered to left.10
HOU3Lee grounded to left for a single. Bourgeois socres. Lowrie advances to 2nd11
HOU3Martinez homered to left. Lowrie scores. Lee scores.14
HOU4Bourgeois homered to left. Duke scores.16
HOU6Downs homered to right. Bourgeois scores. Lowrie scores. Martinez scores.110
HOU7Bourgeois doubled to center. Duke scores.111
HOU7Martinez grounded to left for a single. Bourgeois scores. Lowrie advances to 2nd.112
HOU8Snyder homered to center.113
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS401000.302
Hairston Jr, 2B412100.391
Kemp, CF400001.236
Ethier, RF300010.339
Rivera, LF301000.143
Loney, 1B300000.232
Uribe, 3B200000.259
De La Rosa, P000000.000
Jansen, P000000.000
Coffey, P000000.000
Ellis, PH101000.308
MacDougal, P000000.000
Bard, C300000.077
Capuano, P100000.000
Kennedy, 3B201000.176
2B: A. Kennedy (1)
HR: J. Hairston Jr. (3)
RBI: J. Hairston Jr. (4)
GIDP: M. Kemp, J. Uribe
Los Angeles Dodgers
C. Capuano (L, 0-2)4.01066157.02
R. De La Rosa1.0122313.48
K. Jansen1.0122124.32
T. Coffey1.0322002.84
M. MacDougal1.0211005.40
Houston Astros
Bourgeois, CF543311.407
Lowrie, SS3220011.267
Lee, RF411111.318
Martinez, LF422410.300
Downs, 2B513401.364
Johnson, 3B402000.375
Snyder, C511102.234
Wallace, 1B401011.236
Duke, P522001.300
2B: Z. Duke (1), M. Downs (3), J. Bourgeois (3)
HR: J. Martinez (2), C. Snyder (3), M. Downs (2), J. Bourgeois (2)
RBI: J. Martinez 4 (9), C. Lee (11), C. Snyder (6), M. Downs 4 (9), J. Bourgeois 3 (4)
HBP: J. Lowrie, C. Johnson
GIDP: C. Snyder, J. Bourgeois
SB: J. Bourgeois (5)
Houston Astros
Z. Duke (W, 2-1)9.0611113.92

Recap: The Dodgers couldn't get anything going on either side of the ball at Minute Maid Park today. Only a 1st inning home run by Jerry Hairston Jr. on offense, and the pitching staff combined to give up 13 runs on 17 hits, including a grand slam to Astros 2nd baseman Matt Downs. One more tomorrow afternoon here in Houston, then back home to face the Braves.

Notes: Dee Gordon extended his hitting streak to 7 games. The home run was Hairston's 3rd after taking over the starting spot in the second week of the season.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
12:57 PM - March 26, 2012. Written by datszatta


January 3, 2013 @ Pepsi Center
Detroit Red Wings at Colorado Avalanche
Jan 3, 2013123F
DET (28-9-3)0437
COL (9-23-6)0123
Three Stars
Henrik Zetterberg(det)
3 goals, 4 shots
Gustav Nyquist(det)
1g, 3a, +5
Darren Helm(det)
2 goals, 3 shots
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2636
Faceoffs Won-Lost3132
Penalty Minutes12:002:00
Power Plays Converted12
Power Play Opportunities16
Time on Attack14:3915:20
Scoring Summary
DET1:32- Darren Helm(3), (Datsyuk, Filppula)
DET2:36- Henrik Zetterberg(16), (Filppula, Nyquist) PP
DET2:57- Henrik Zetterberg(17), (Kronwall, Nyquist)
COL13:41- Paul Stastny(6), (Sturm) PP
DET14:24- Henrik Zetterberg(18), (Filppula)
COL4:09- Erik Johnson(5), (Sturm, Stempniak) PP
DET6:41- Johan Franzen(14), (Nyquist, Kronwall)
COL7:43- Ryan Stoa(9), (Stempniak, Wilson)
DET11:23- Darren Helm(4), (Miller, Eaves)
DET14:53- Gustav Nyquist(14), (Datsyuk, Smith)
Detroit Red Wings - Goalies
Joey McDonald353291%1.80
Colorado Avalanche - Goalies
Chet Pickard6583%0.96
Semyon Varlamov161063%9.54

Game Highlights:
Henrik Zetterberg lead the way with his hattrick.....Joey McDonald got the start in Colorado and was tested all night.....Colorado was never close in the game.

Next up is Chicago (1/6/13)
Dynasty: datszatta
12:16 PM - March 26, 2012. Written by datszatta
Rest of November
11/23 Nashville
2-0 lost

11/25 St. Louis
2-5 win

11/28 @ Calgary
2-1 win

11/30 @ Ana
4-3 win
December update

Injury Update:
Detroit lost
Kyle Quincey (back 1/16/13), Justin Abdelkader (back 1/31/13), Tomas Tatar (back 1/15/13)

Teemu Pulkkinen has been called up from Grand Rapids...Drew Miller and Nikita Nikitin will play in place of Abby and Quincey
Dynasty: datszatta
05:22 AM - March 26, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Miami Heat at Oklahoma City Thunder
Mar 26, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Miami (CPU)30292536120
Oklahoma City (Me)25262737115
Miami Heat
Mario Chalmers, PG223-72-30-0561128
Dwyane Wade, SG319-220-210-134620328
LeBron James, SF2511-190-03-45000225
Chris Bosh, PF365-70-02-211111012
Joel Anthony, C203-40-02-2420008
Shane Battier, SF294-72-20-24200010
Udonis Haslem, PF294-60-02-26130010
Norris Cole, PG212-51-20-0531135
Ronny Turiaf, C154-50-11-1200009
James Jones, SG130-50-23-4101003
Juwan Howard, PF31-10-00-0200002
Eddy Curry, C20-10-00-0100000
TEAM TOTALS46/895/1223/3050219310120
Oklahoma City Thunder
Russell Westbrook, PG333-111-25-87411512
Thabo Sefolosha, SG161-40-23-3200005
Kevin Durant, SF4016-361-1026-288501359
Serge Ibaka, PF331-30-02-2600004
Kendrick Perkins, C374-40-01-11021039
James Harden, SG315-122-58-95220020
Nick Collison, PF180-00-00-0210000
Derek Fisher, PG162-52-30-0220006
Nazr Mohammad, C90-10-00-0010000
Lazar Hayward, SF40-10-00-0000000
Cole Aldrich, C30-00-00-0000000
TEAM TOTALS32/776/2245/5142174211115
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Los Angeles Dodgers at Houston Astros
Apr 20, 2012123456789RHE
Los Angeles (8-6)300000010440
Houston (6-8)10140000X691
W: Bud Norris (2-0) L: Aaron Harang (1-1) S: Brett Myers (3)
Scoring Summary
LAD1Kemp doubled to left. Gordon scores. Hairston Jr. advances to 3rd.10
LAD1Ethier lined to right for a single. Hairston Jr. scores. Kemp scores30
HOU1Martinez doubled to right. Paredes scores.31
HOU3Altuve homered to left.32
HOU4Norris lined to left for a single. Snyder scores. Schafer advances to 3rd.33
HOU4Paredes hit a sacrifice fly to Kemp (SF8). Schafer scores.34
HOU4Lee doubled to center. Norris scores. Altuve scores.36
LAD8Kemp homered to left. 46
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS311010.305
Hairston Jr, 2B210021.368
Kemp, CF322210.255
Ethier, RF301211.358
Loney, 1B300000.245
De La Rosa, P000000.000
Guerrier, P000000.000
Ellis, PH100001.289
Elbert, P000000.000
Jansen, P000000.000
Sands, LF400001.267
Uribe, 3B400001.280
Treanor, C300001.167
Harang, P200001.000
Kennedy, 1B200001.156
2B: D. Gordon (3), M. Kemp (4)
HR: M. Kemp (4)
RBI: M. Kemp 2 (12), A. Ethier 2 (14)
GIDP: M. Kemp, A. Ethier
SB: D. Gordon (6)
Los Angeles Dodgers
A. Harang (L, 1-1)4.0766235.82
R. De La Rosa2.1200131.93
M. Guerrier0.2000023.52
S. Elbert0.1000001.23
K. Jansen0.2000002.45
Houston Astros
Paredes 3B310110.231
Altuve, 2B321101.255
Lee, RF302210.323
Martinez, LF401101.286
Wallace, 1B300011.235
Downs, SS400002.321
Sosa, P000000.000
Myers, P000000.000
Snyder, C411003.238
Schafer, CF412000.186
Norris, P211100.333
Johnson, PH101000.350
Wright, P000000.000
Lowrie, SS100000.238
2B: J. Schafer 2 (4), J. Martinez (5), C. Lee (3), C. Johnson (3)
HR: J. Altuve (1)
RBI: B. Norris (1), J. Altuve (1), J. Martinez (5), C. Lee 2 (10), J. Paredes (9)
HBP: J. Altuve
SF: J. Paredes
SB: J. Paredes (2)
E: M. Downs (1)
Houston Astros
B. Norris (W, 2-0)6.0333643.44
W. Wright (H, 1)1.0000010.00
H. Sosa (H, 1)1.0111026.23
B. Myers (S, 3)1.0000017.20

Game notes: The Dodgers 5-game winning streak ended in Houston tonight with a 6-4 loss to the Astros. A 3-run start to the game in the top of the first wasn't enough to propel LA to victory, as they only managed one hit, a solo home run in the 8th by Matt Kemp, the rest of the game. Starter Aaron Harang struggled in the middle innings, giving up 4 runs in the 4th. On a good note, the bullpen was nearly perfect in a mop-up role.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Denver Nuggets at Minnesota Timberwolves
Mar 25, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Denver (CPU)27262724104
Minnesota (Me)20293123103
Denver Nuggets
Ty Lawson, PG3911-152-30-061021424
Corey Brewer, SG368-192-76-95320023
Wilson Chandler, SF364-151-82-213110211
Kenneth Faried, PF334-50-08-1011100016
Timofey Mozgov, C101-20-10-0100002
JaVale McGee, C277-80-02-48101016
Andre Miller, PG230-90-40-0312040
Al Harrington, PF221-51-21-4221014
Jordan Hamilton, SF130-10-04-4210004
Chris Andersen, C62-20-00-0000004
TEAM TOTALS38/816/2523/3351208211104
Minnesota Timberwolves
Luke Ridnour, PG383-61-20-0451137
Martell Webster, SG262-71-23-4530118
Wesley Johnson, SF226-111-41-16001014
Derrick Williams, PF252-41-21-2830006
Kevin Love, C399-252-56-62500026
Anthony Tolliver, PF324-72-30-08203210
Michael Beasley, SF298-122-36-85400124
Wayne Ellington, SG232-70-31-2121015
Malcolm Lee, PG111-21-10-0020013
TEAM TOTALS37/8111/2518/233926269103
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
09:38 PM - March 25, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays took 2 games vs. the Red Sox including 1 in extra innings, where Call Up Ben Francisco got the winning run. They also beat Baltimore, and Seattle as well. Game 47 was the last 1 for Johnson, Lind, Bautista, Jackson, Escobar (Off DL), Young, Arencieba, and Lawrie. The full lineup for the next 5 games will be with September call ups since the team has clinched 1st place. Escobar is off the DL as well and will be shut down for the rest of the season to rest for playoffs.

Game 44: Blue Jays 5, Orioles 0:
W: Romero (5-2), L: Chen (6-4)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 R, SB
Young - 1/3 2RBI, K
Bautista - 1/3 R
Lind - 1/2 HR(12), 2RBI, R
Johnson - 1/2 R, 2B
Lawrie - 1/2 RBI
Vizquel - 1/2 R
Romero - 3.1IP 7H, 0ER, 5K
Chen - 1IP 7H, 5ER, BB

The Jays continue their streak, behind 3.1 innings of 7 hit 0 run ball from Romero who finally got back on track. Lind hit a 2-Run HR in the 2nd to break his streak of 16 games without a homer. Delmon Young hit a 2 RBI single to make it 4-0 next inning. Last inning, Lawrie singled home a run to make it 5-0.

Game 45: Blue Jays 1, Red Sox 0:
W: Chacin (8-2), L: Beckett (5-4), SV: Santos (15)
Blue Jays:
Robinson - 1/2 HR(7), RBI, R
Chacin - 4.1IP 2H, 0ER, 2K
Red Sox:
Beckett - 5IP 4H, 1ER, 1K

- The Jays take a close one here behind another marvelous performance from Chacin going 4.1 innings allowing only 2 hits and fanning 2.The only offense came in inning 4, when Trayvon Robinson smacked a solo HR to make it 1-0, his 7th of the year. That would be it as it would be the only run of the game.

Game 46: Blue Jays 3, Mariners 1:
W: Alvarez (8-1), L: Iwakuma (5-4), SV: Santos (16)
Blue Jays:
Bautista - 1/2 HR(14), 2RBI, R
Arencieba - 2/2 HR(8), RBI, R
Vizquel - 1/2 R
Alvarez - 3IP 4H, 1ER, 2K
Olivo - 1/2 RBI, K
Iwakuna - 4IP 8H, 3ER, K

- Another win, and the team keeps chugging behind obviously the rookie of the year with his 8th win allowing only 1 run on 4 hits over 3 innings while striking out 2. Arencieba hit a solo HR in the 2nd, while Olivo hit a RBI single to tie it 1-1. In the 4th, Jose Bautista came through again smacking a 2-Run HR making it 3-1.

Game 47: Blue Jays 2, Red Sox 1 (7 Innings):
W: Villanueva (5-1), L: Bard (2-5)
Blue Jays:
Johnson - 1/3 R, 2B
Lawrie - 1/3 R, SB
Arencieba - 0/2 RBI, SF
Francisco - 1/1 RBI
Beachy - 4IP 6H, 1ER, 3K
Red Sox:
Gonzalez - 1/3 RBI, 2B
Bard - 6.1IP 6H, 2ER, 2BB, K

- Another nail biter vs. Boston see's the Jays get the win in extra innings. Beachy pitched 4 innings of 6 hit, 1 run ball, fanning 3 in the no decision. Gonzalez hit a RBI single in 1st to make it 1-0. In the bottom of the 5th, after Lawrie singled, stole 2nd and advanced to 3rd on a grounder, Arencieba hit a sacrifice fly to tie it 1-1. In the bottom of the 7th, the Jays turned to call up Ben Francisco vs. a Lefty, who came through with a RBI single to win it for Toronto.

Projected Lineup for Last 5 Games:
CF Franklin Gutierrez
1B David Cooper
DH Eric Thames
LF Trayvon Robinson
RF Ben Francisco
C Travis d'Arnaud
2B Luis Valbuena
3B Valentino Bochy
SS Omar Vizquel
SP Corey Luebke
SP Kyle Drabek
SP Dustin McGowan
SP Henderson Alvarez
SP Brad Penny

Sitting: Bautista, Lind, Johnson, Lawrie, Arencieba, Jackson., Young, Escobar, Romero, Beachy, Chacin
Dynasty: BlueJays09
06:28 PM - March 25, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays improve to 35-8, but lost their 1st game vs. the Tigers in a close 3-2 match. They got victories against Baltimore, Yankees, and Tampa Bay however. In the win vs. New York, Brandon Beachy pitched a PERFECT GAME, the 2nd for the Jays this season. Its September 1st so now its time for the Call Ups. The team called up OF Ben Francisco, 1B David Cooper, 2B Luis Valbuena, and RP Joel Carreno. The Jays are expecting to give their starters breaks regularly now, especially since there are 9 games left I would think we will see the stars sat for the last 5 games resting for playoffs to prevent injury.

Game 40: Blue Jays 2, Tigers 3:
W: Fister (4-5), L: Chacin (7-2), SV: Valverde
Blue Jays:
Bautista - 2/3 RBI
Robinson - 2/2 HR(6), RBI, R
Gutierrez - 0/0 R, SB
Chacin - 3IP, 5H, 2ER, 3K
Fielder - 1/2 RBI, K
Cabrera - 2/2 2RBI
Fister - 4.2IP 9H, 2ER

- The Jays seem to struggle against Detroit, losing this one 3-2 despite getting 9 hits off of Fister. Chacin got his 1st loss since the 1st month of the season after a 3 inning 5 hit, 2 run game. Fielder got it started in the 1st with an RBI single. In the 3rd, Cabrera, hit a 2-RBI single to make it 3-0. The Jays made it close after a Trayvon Robinson solo HR, and a Bautista RBI single but couldn't get any closer losing 3-2.

Game 41: Blue Jays 6, Orioles 1:
W: Alvarez (7-1), L: Bundy (1-5)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/3 R, 2B, K
Young - 3/3 2RBI, R, 2B
Lind - 2/3 RBI, R, 2B
Johnson - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B
Robinson - 0/1 R, SB, BB
Thames - 1/1 2RBI, R
Alvarez - 3IP 3H, 1ER, 3K
Jones - 1/2 RBI
Bundy - 4IP 9H, 6ER, BB, 2K

- The Jays end their mini 2 game losing streak by beating up the Orioles behind Alvarez 3 inning, 3 hit, 1run game fanning 3. Alvarez has been great this year in his rookie season with a 7-1 record. The Jays started it off in the 1st as Lind hit an RBI double to make it 1-0. The Orioles in the same inning got an RBI single from Adam Jones to make it 1-1. There was no action until the 4th when Delmon Young hit a 2RBI double, Johnson an RBI double, and Eric Thames (as a pinch hitter) driving in 2 RBI with a single to finish the game 6-1.

Game 42: Blue Jays 5, Yankees 0:
W: Beachy (8-1), L: Hughes (3-4)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 2R, SB
Bautista - 3/3 3RBI, R, 2-2B
Johnson - 1/3 RBI
Lawrie - 1/3 HR(7), RBI, R
Vizquel - 1/3 R
Beachy - 5IP 0H, 0ER, 4K
Hughes - 5IP 13H, 5ER, BB

- The Jays continue their domination of the Yankees this season behind a PERFECT GAME by Brandon Beachy who's a contender with Chacin from Toronto, and others for the Cy Young award. The perfect game is the 2nd of the Jays incredible season. In the 1st, Bautista hit a 2-RBI double to make it 2-0. The next inning, Lawrie hit a solo HR, his 7th of the year, and Johnson hit an RBI single to make it 4-0. In the 3rd Bautista hit another double this time getting 1RBI to make it 5-0 and ending the scoring.

Game 43: Blue Jays 5, Rays 1:
W: Luebke (4-3), L: Niemann (2-5)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 RBI, 2R, 2-2B, K
Young - 0/1 RBI, SF
Bautista - 1/1 RBI, BB
Lawrie - 1/2 R, 2B
Arencieba - 2/2 RBI, R
Thames - 1/2 R
Lind - 0/1 RBI, SF
Luebke - 3IP 4H, 1ER, 3K
Scott - 1/2 RBI, 2B
Niemann - 2IP 6H, 5ER, 1BB

- The Jays get another nice win here vs. Baltimore, led by Luebke 3 inning 4 hit, 1 run game while striking out 3. The Jays got a RBI single by Bautista in the 1st to make it 1-0. The 2nd saw Adam Jones RBI single tie it, but then Arencieba RBI single, Jackson RBI double, Young Sacrifice Fly, and Lind Sacrifice Fly made it 5-1 which would be the final score.
Dynasty: BlueJays09
03:24 PM - March 25, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
Toronto got 3 wins vs. the Yankees, Rays, and White Sox but got beaten 5-0 vs. Texas in game 39. The season is getting closer to the end, and the Jays are number 1 in the AL East with a 32-7 record. They took a bad loss in the game vs. New York, as SS Yunel Escobar after a great diving play injured his groin and will be out 31+ days and was placed on the 15-Day DL. SS Eliot Johnson was called up from AAA and will spell Omar Vizquel who is expected to get the bulk of the action at SS.

Game 36: Blue Jays 5, Rays 1:
W: Alvarez (6-1), L: Moore (1-6)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/3 HR(3), RBI, R
Bautista - 2/3 HR(13), RBI, R
Lind - 1/3 R, 2B, 2K
Lawrie - 1/2 R, K
K.Johnson - 1/2 HR(10), 3RBI, R, K
Alvarez - 4IP, 3H, 1ER, 3K
Moore - 1IP 6H, 5ER, K
Longoria - 1/2 HR, RBI, R, K

- The Jays got another good start from their rookie Alvarez who gets his 6th win of the season with 4 innings of 3 hit, 1 run ball fanning 3. His only blunder came in the 4th when Longoria got a solo HR off of him. The Jays put up all their runs in inning 1 which seems to be a habit of theirs. Austin Jackson started off the game with a lead off inside the park HR after Joyce missed the diving catch. Bautista also hit a solo HR to take the lead in Home Runs for the league. Johnson finished off the scoring with a 3-Run HR, his 9th. Final Score, 5-1.

Game 37: Blue Jays 2, Yankees 1:
W: Beachy (7-1), L: Hughes (3-3), SV: Santos (14)
Blue Jays:
Lawrie - 2/2 HR(6), RBI, R
Lind - 1/2 RBI
Bautista - 2/2 R, 2B
Beachy - 3.1IP 5H, 1ER, 5K
Granderson - 0/1 RBI, SF
Hughes - 4IP 7H, 2ER, BB

- The Jays take this close game off a nice game from Beachy in his 2nd game with Toronto. He pitched 3.1 innings of 5 hit, 1 run ball, striking out 5. The Jays started the scoring in the 2nd off a Lawrie solo HR, his 6th of the season. Next inning, Granderson hit a Sacrifice Fly scoring Jeter. In the 4th, Lind hit a RBI single up the gap to score Bautista after his double got him in scoring position to end the game 2-1.

Game 38: Blue Jays 9, White Sox 0:
W: Luebke (3-3), L: Sale (3-3)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 2RBI, R, 2B
Bautista - 1/2 R, 2B
Lind - 1/3 2RBI, 2R, 3B
Lawrie - 1/2 2RBI, R, SF
Arencieba - 1/3 HR(7), 2RBI, R
Young - 1/3 R, 2B
Gutierrez - 1/1 R, 2B, BB
Vizquel - 1/2 RBI
Luebke - 3.1IP 2H, 0ER, 5K
White Sox:
Sale - 1IP 7H, 6ER, 2BB

- Toronto blew out the White Sox behind 3.1 innings of 2 hit shutout, 5 strikeout ball from Cory Luebke. The offense started in the 1st after Lind hit a 2 RBI single, Lawrie a RBI single, Arencieba a 2-Run HR, and Vizquel a RBI single to make it 6-0. There would be no more offense until the 4th, as Austin Jackson smacked a 2 RBI double, and Lawrie hit a Sacrifice Fly to end the scoring 9-0.

Game 39: Blue Jays 0, Rangers 5:
W: Lewis (3-4), L: Romero (4-2)
Blue Jays:
Romero - 3.2IP 6H, 2ER, 2K
Napoli - 2/3 HR, 2RBI, R
Cruz - 1/3 HR, 3RBI, R, K
Lewis - 5IP 4H, 0ER, K

- This was a bad game for Toronto only mustering 4 hits off Colby Lewis. Romero, after a great start, has now found a no decision and 2 Losses in his last 3, and will need to pick it up for the Jays. The offense came by 2- Home Runs to Napoli, a 2-Run HR off Romero, and Cruz, a 3-Run HR off Oliver to set the score 5-0 final.

Toronto Blue Jays Player Stats:
RF/3B Jose Bautista - .461, 13HR, 25RBI, 26R, 0SB
1B/DH Adam Lind - .422, 11HR, 33RBI, 24R, 0SB
3B/2B Brett Lawrie - .354, 6HR, 18RBI, 21R, 4SB
CF Austin Jackson - .343, 3HR, 10RBI, 19R, 16SB
2B Kelly Johnson - .340, 10HR, 18RBI, 23R, 1SB
C JP Arencieba - .338, 7HR, 23RBI, 9R, 0SB
SS Yunel Escobar (DL) - .295, 1HR, 8RBI, 13R, 0SB
DH/LF Delmon Young - .279, 1HR, 6RBI, 6R, 0SB
LF Trayvon Robinson - .268, 5HR, 9RBI, 8R, 5SB
SS Omar Vizquel - .222, 0HR, 1RBI, 1R, 0SB
CF Franklin Gutierrez - .500, 0HR, 0RBI, 1R, 1SB
LF/DH Eric Thames - .412, 0HR, 1RBI, 0R, 0SB
SS Elliot Johnson - .500, 0HR, 1RBI, 0R, 0SB
C Travis d'Arnaud - .500, 0HR, 0RBI, 0R, 0SB
SP Corey Luebke (3-3) - 27.1IP, 3.95ERA, 26K
SP Henderson Alvarez (6-1) - 24.2IP, 3.65ERA, 22K
SP Ricky Romero (4-2) - 36.1IP, 2.48ERA, 35K
SP Brandon Beachy (7-1) - 34.2IP, 1.30ERA, 32K
SP Jhoulys Chacin (7-1) - 31.1IP, 1.15ERA, 21K
CL Sergio Santos (0-0, 14/15SV) - 14.2IP, 1.23ERA, 14K
SU Francisco Cordero (0-1, 5H, 1SV) - 12IP, 2.25ERA, 12K
SU Casey Janssen (0-0, 1H) - 8.1IP, 1.08ERA, 8K
MR Daren Oliver (2-1, 1H) - 10.1IP, 3.48ERA, 7K
MR Kyle McClellan (0-0) - 9.1IP, 1.93ERA, 8K
LR Carlos Villanueva (4-1) - 14.2IP, 1.23ERA, 12K
MR Jason Frasor (0-0) - 4.1IP, .000ERA, 7K

Minors (AAA) Notables:
OF Ben Francisco - .301, 3HR, 15RBI, 7R 0SB
1B David Cooper - .291, 2HR, 7RBI, 11R, 0SB
DH Ed French - .271, 3HR, 12RBI, 8R, 1SB
2B Luis Valbuena - .250, 4HR, 11RBI, 11R, 0SB
CF/2B Mike McCoy - .223, 1HR, 10RBI, 5R, 1SB
OF Mike Cameron - .200, 2HR, 10RBI, 9R, 0SB
3B Valentino Bochy - .152, 0HR, 2RBI, 5R, 0SB
SP Brad Penny (3-3) - 3.63ERA, 21K
SP Dustin McGowan (2-5) - 3.48ERA, 31K
SP Kyle Drabek (4-1) - 3.38ERA, 20K
SP Kyle Davies (4-2) - 3.13ERA, 34K
SP Leyson Deeds (2-1) - 0.82ERA, 20K
SP/RP Aaron Laffey (2-1) - 2.61ERA, 19K
CL Robbie Cora (0-1, 2SV) - 6.75ERA, 3K
CL/MR Luis Perez (0-0, 6SV) - .000ERA, 6K

American League Standings:
1) Toronto Blue Jays 32-7 - 0GB
2) Boston Red Sox 24-15 - 8GB
3) Baltimore Orioles 22-18 - 10.5GB
4) New York Yankees 20-20 - 12.5GB
5) Tampa Bay Rays 18-22 - 14.5GB
1) Chicago White Sox - 21-19 - 0GB
2) Cleveland Indians - 19-21 - 2GB
3) Minnesota Twins - 17-23 - 4GB
4) Detroit Tigers - 17-23 - 5.5GB
5) Kansas City Royals - 11-29 - 10GB
Seattle Mariners - 23-17 - 0GB
LA Angels 22-17 - 0.5GB
Texas Rangers - 20-20 - 3GB
Oakland Athletics 18-22 - 5GB
Dynasty: BlueJays09


November 21, 2012 @ Joe Louis Arena
San Jose Sharks at Detroit Red WingsNov 21, 2012123SOFSJS (16-5-0)01203DET (15-6-3)11114Three StarsBrendan Smith(det)
1g, 1a, 2hits, 5shots, game tying glLogan Couture(sj)
2 goals, 3 shotsPavel Datsyuk(det)
1g, 1a, 3 shotsTeam Stats Comparison
SJSDETShots on Goal3741Hits2415Faceoffs Won-Lost3023Penalty Minutes6:004:00Power Plays Converted01Power Play Opportunities23Time on Attack13:0314:44Scoring SummaryFIRST PERIODDET13:10- Pavel Datsyuk(10), (Kronwall)SECOND PERIODDET8:02- Johan Franzen(8), (Smith, Lidstrom)SJS16:46- Logan Couture(7), (Boyle, Huselius)THIRD PERIODSJS5:09- Logan Couture(8), (Braun)SJS16:02- Chris Kunitz(7), (Marleau)DET19:31- Brendan Smith(3), (Datsyuk, Lidstrom)OVERTIMESHOOTOUTDETGustav Nyquist- shootout winning goalSan Jose Sharks - GoaliesGOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAAThomas Greiss151493%2.37Antti Niemi252392%3.03Detroit Red Wings - GoaliesGOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAAJimmy Howard373492%2.77

Game Notes:
San Jose down by 2 goals would score 3 straight to take a 3-2 lead late in the 3rd.....Brendan Smith would tie the score when he threw the puck towards the net and it found its way in.....San Jose starter Thomas Griess started the game but left midway through, his status after the game was unknown.....Detroit's Henrik Zetterberg and Niklas Kronwall both left the game. Zetterberg will miss at least a week and Kronwall will be a game time decision for the Wings next game against Nashville. If Kronwall cannot play Nikita Nikitin will dress for the game.

New forward lines for next couple games

Defense w/o Kronwall

Going into the game against Nashville Detroit sits tied for #1 in the West with 35pts, Nashville is 4pts behind Detroit with 31.
Dynasty: datszatta
05:05 AM - March 25, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Mar 25, 2012123456789RHE
Boston (CPU)001000002360
NY Yankees (Me)21303422x17210
W: CC Sabathia L: Josh Beckett
Scoring Summary
NYY1Mark Teixeira 2 Run Home Run; Robinson Cano Scores02
NYY2Nick Swisher Solo Home Run03
BOS3Carl Crawford RBI Single; Jacoby Ellsbury Scores13
NYY3Robinson Cano Sacrifice Fly; Curtis Granderson Scores14
NYY3Alex Rodriguez Solo Home Run15
NYY3Raul Ibanez RBI Single; Nick Swisher Scores16
NYY5Alex Rodriguez RBI Single; Mark Teixeira Scores17
NYY5Nick Swisher 2 Run Home Run; Alex Rodriguez Scores19
NYY6Derek Jeter RBI Single; Brett Gardner Scores110
NYY6Mark Teixeira 2 Run Single; Derek Jeter and Curtis Granderson Score112
NYY6Alex Rodriguez Sacrifice Fly; Robinson Cano Scores113
NYY7Curtis Granderson 2 Run Home Run; Francisco Cervelli Scores115
NYY8Nick Swisher 2 Run Home Run; Eric Chavez Scores117
BOS9Adrian Gonzalez 2 Run Home Run; Dustin Pedroia Scores317
Boston Red Sox
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF4120010.500
Carl Crawford, LF4021020.500
Dustin Pedroia, 2B3100120.000
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B4112001.250
Kevin Youkilis, 3B4000000.000
David Ortiz, DH4000000.000
Cody Ross, RF4010010.250
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C3000000.000
Nick Punto, SS3000000.000
TEAM TOTALS33363161.182
2B: J. Ellsbury
HR: A. Gonzalez
RBI: C. Crawford, A. Gonzalez 2
SB: C. Crawford
New York Yankees
Derek Jeter, SS4111010.250
Bill Hall, PH-SS1000010.000
Curtis Granderson, CF5332001.600
Robinson Cano, 2B4221000.500
Mark Teixeira, 1B5234001.600
Alex Rodriguez, 3B3223001.667
Eric Chavez, 3B11100001.000
Nick Swisher, RF5445003.800
Raul Ibanez, DH5021000.400
Russell Martin, C3000020.000
Francisco Cervelli, PH-C2110000.500
Brett Gardner, LF4120000.500
TEAM TOTALS42172117046.500
2B: M. Teixeira, N. Swisher, R. Ibanez, F. Cervelli
3B: C. Granderson
HR: C. Granderson, M. Teixeira, A. Rodriguez, N. Swisher 3
RBI: D. Jeter, C. Granderson 2, R. Cano, M. Teixeira 4, A. Rodriguez 3, N. Swisher 5, R. Ibanez
SF: R. Cano, A. Rodriguez
CS: R. Ibanez
Boston Red Sox
Josh Beckett (L)4.1107703314.54
Aaron Cook1.276600132.40
Vicente Padilla1.022201118.00
Franklin Morales1.022200118.00
TEAM TOTALS8.021171704619.13
New York Yankees
CC Sabathia (W)8.0+6331613.38
Rafael Soriano1.00000000.00
TEAM TOTALS9.06331613.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, March 24, 2012
09:20 PM - March 24, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Angels
Mar 24, 2012123456789RHE
St. Louis (CPU)01163010012150
Los Angeles (Me)40202202214181
W: Scott Downs L: Kyle McClellan
Scoring Summary
LAA1Torii Hunter 3 Run Home Run; Howie Kendrick and Albert Pujols Score03
LAA1Alberto Callaspo Solo Home Run04
STL2David Freese Solo Home Run14
STL3Matt Holliday RBI Ground Out; Rafael Furcal Scores24
LAA3Vernon Wells 2 Run Home Run; Mark Trumbo Scores26
STL4Skip Schumacher RBI Single; David Freese Scores36
STL4Carlos Beltran Grand Slam; Yadier Molina, Daniel Descalso and Rafael Furcal Score76
STL4David Freese RBI Single; Matt Holliday Scores86
STL5Rafael Furcal RBI Single; Yadier Molina Scores96
STL5Carlos Beltran GIDP; Skip Schumacher Scores106
STL5Matt Holliday RBI Single; Daniel Descalso Scores116
LAA5Albert Pujols Solo Home Run117
LAA5Alberto Callaspo Solo Home Run118
LAA6Howie Kendrick RBI Double; Peter Bourjos Scores119
LAA6Albert Pujols RBI Single; Howie Kendrick Scores1110
STL7Skip Schumacher Solo Home Run1210
LAA8Howie Kendrick 2 Run Home Run; Erick Aybar Scores1212
LAA9Mark Trumbo Walk-Off 2 Run Home Run; Torii Hunter Scores1214
St. Louis Cardinals
Rafael Furcal, SS4221110.500
Carlos Beltran, RF5124001.400
Matt Holliday, LF5122000.400
Lance Berkman, 1B5010010.200
David Freese, 3B4232111.750
Jon Jay, CF5000020.000
Yadier Molina, C4210100.250
Skip Schumacher, DH5232001.600
Daniel Descalso, 2B5210000.200
TEAM TOTALS42121511353.357
2B: C. Beltran
HR: C. Beltran, D. Freese, S. Schumacher
RBI: R. Furcal, C. Beltran 4, M. Holliday 2, D. Freese 2, S. Schumacher 2
GIDP: C. Beltran
Los Angeles Angels
Erick Aybar, SS5120000.400
Howie Kendrick, 2B5343001.800
Albert Pujols, 1B5232001.600
Torii Hunter, RF5223001.400
Mark Trumbo, DH5222011.400
Alberto Callaspo, 3B4222012.500
Vernon Wells, LF4122001.500
Chris Iannetta, C4010010.250
Peter Bourjos, CF4100000.000
TEAM TOTALS41141814037.439
2B: A. Pujols, H. Kendrick, V. Wells
HR: A. Pujols, T. Hunter, H. Kendrick, A. Callaspo 2, V. Wells, M. Trumbo
RBI: A. Pujols 2, T. Hunter 3, H. Kendrick 3, A. Callaspo 2, V. Wells 2, M. Trumbo 2
SB: P. Bourjos
CS: E. Aybar
E: A. Callaspo
St. Louis Cardinals
Adam Wainwright5.0118803514.40
Fernando Salas (H)1.032200018.00
Mitchell Boggs (H)1.00000000.00
Eduardo Sanchez (BS)0.222220127.00
Kyle McClellan (L)0.1+22200154.00
TEAM TOTALS8.018141403715.75
Los Angeles Angels
C.J. Wilson3.2108822219.64
Bobby Cassevah1.13310006.75
Rich Thompson1.22110215.40
Hisanori Takahashi1.10001100.00
Scott Downs (W)1.00000000.00
TEAM TOTALS9.015121035310.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
06:18 PM - March 24, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays had their most entertaining win in the game vs. Detroit as Kelly Johnson had a 3 HR game including a walk off in the 8th. They came back to lose the following game vs. Seattle however facing a great SP in King Felix Hernandez. They made up for that in the next game vs. Oakland with a 5-0 win to improve their record to 29-6.

Game 33: Blue Jays 7, Tigers 6 (8 Innings):
W: Villanueva (4-1), L: Alburquerque (0-1)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/4 HR(2), RBI, R
Bautista - 2/4 HR (11), RBI, 2R, 2B
Lawrie - 1/4 RBI, R
Johnson - 3/4 3-HR(6,7,8), 4RBI, 3R
Luebke - 3IP 5H, 4ER, 1K
Peralta - 1/4 RBI, R
Cabrera - 2/3 HR, 3RBI R
Fielder - 2/4 HR, 2RBI, R, K
Goodwin - 1IP 6H, 4ER

Wow, probably the most entertaining game for the Jays this season. The game started with Toronto getting to rookie SP Doyle Goodwin as Jackson hit a solo HR vs. his old team, Lawrie had an RBI single, and Johnson put up a 2-Run HR to make it 4-0. Detroit stormed back vs. Luebke in the 3rd as Peralta RBI single, followed by Cabrera's 3 -Run HR tied the game 4-4. The same inning however, Johnson hit a solo HR his 2nd of the game to give Toronto the 5-4 lead. Santos blew his 1st save of the season when Fielder, in inning 5, drove in a 2-Run HR to give Detroit the 6-5 lead. In the bottom of 5th, Mr. Dependable, Joey Bats smacked a solo HR to tie it up. The game went into 3 extra innings and who else but Kelly Johnson smacking his 3rd HR (a solo shot) to give the Jays the 7-6 walk off victory.

Game 34: Blue Jays 1, Mariners 2:
W: Hernandez (4-3), L: Romero (4-1)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 R, SB, K
Lind - 2/2 RBI
Romero - 3IP 5H, 2ER, 2K
Davis - 1/2 RBI
Montero - 1/2 RBI
Hernandez - 5IP 6H, 1ER, 2K

The Jays take a loss here off a great SP in Felix Hernandez. The only run they managed to get was in the 1st when Jackson scored on a RBI single from Lind after a stolen base got him to 2nd. In the 3rd, Ex-Jay Raja Davis got Seattle on the board with an RBI single. Montero followed him up with an RBI single to give the M's the 2-1 lead and that's how it would finish.

Game 35: Blue Jays 5, Athletics 0:
W: Chacin (7-1), L: Anderson (6-1)
Blue Jays:
K.Johnson - 1/3 HR(9), RBI, R
Bautista - 1/2 HR (12), RBI, R, BB
Lind - 1/3 R, 2B, K
Lawrie - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B
Young - 3/3 RBI, R, 2B
E.Johnson - 1/2 RBI, 3B
Chacin - 4IP 1H, 0ER, 3K
Anderson - 5IP 9H, 4ER, 2BB, 2K

Well it wouldn't be a Chacin victory without a 1 hitter. He has been an absolute beast collecting his 7th win, and 3rd straight 1 hit performance. In inning 2, Lawrie hit an RBI double to make it 1-0. Next inning, Elliot Johnson in his 1st game w/ Toronto on a Escobar rest game, smacked a RBI triple, followed by Bautista and Kelly Johnson each hitting a solo HR to make it 4-0. In the 4th, Young capped the scoring and a good game for him on his 3rd hit of the game doubled home a run to end the scoring, 5-0 Toronto.
Dynasty: BlueJays09
Los Angeles Dodgers at Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 19, 2012123456789ExtrasRHE
Los Angeles (8-5)1001000002490
Milwaukee (5-8)00000200013140
W: Todd Coffey (1-0) L: John Axford (0-1) S: Javy Guerra (4)
Scoring Summary
LAD1Kemp doubled to center. Hariston Jr. scores.10
LAD4Uribe grouded to left for a single. Loney scores. Sands advances to 2nd20
MIL6Weeks homered to center. Gomez scores.22
LAD12Uribe homered to left.32
LAD12Gordon lined to left for a single. Bard scores.42
MIL12Farris hit a sacrifice fly to Kemp (SF8). Gonzalez scores.43
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS601101.304
Hairston Jr, 2B612002.412
Kemp, CF301120.229
Ethier, RF400010.360
Loney, 1B411010.260
Sands, LF400011.293
Uribe, 3B513201.333
Bard, C410012.083
Lilly, P201000.333
Gwynn Jr, PH100000.222
Jansen, P000000.000
Guerrier, P000000.000
De La Rosa, P000000.000
Kennedy, PH100000.167
Elbert, P000000.000
Coffey, P000000.000
Rivera, PH000000.091
Guerra, P000000.000
2B: M. Kemp (3), J. Hairston Jr. (2)
HR: J. Uribe (1)
RBI: D. Gordon (3), M Kemp (10), J. Uribe 2 (2)
SAC: J. Rivera
GIDP: D. Gordon, A. Ethier, J. Hairston Jr, J. Bard
Los Angeles Dodgers
T. Lilly 6.0622054.02
K. Jansen1.0100112.70
M. Guerrier1.0000013.86
R. De La Rosa1.0000102.57
S. Elbert1.1200021.29
T. Coffey (W, 1-0)0.2000010.00
J. Guerra (S, 4)1.0311103.60
Milwaukee Brewers
Gomez, CF612001.286
Weeks, 2B612200.262
Braun, LF502010.291
Ramirez, 3B603002.380
Hart, RF500002.265
Lucroy, C401011.304
Gonzalez, SS411011.267
Gamel, 1B503001.220
Marcum, P100000.143
Morgan, PH100001.342
Veras, P000000.000
Kottaras, PH100000.231
Estrada, P000000.000
Izturis, PH100001.333
Axford, P000000.000
Rodriguez, P000000.000
Loe, P000000.000
Farris, PH000100.333
2B: R. Weeks (3), R. Braun (5), M. Gamel 2 (3), J. Lucroy (4), A. Gonzalez (4)
HR: R. Weeks (3)
RBI: R. Weeks 2 (7), E. Farris (2)
SF: E. Farris
GIDP: C. Hart, A. Gonzalez, G. Kottaras
SB: R. Braun (3), C. Gomez (2)
PB: J. Lucroy (1)
Milwaukee Brewers
S. Marcum6,0722233.38
J. Veras1.0000010.00
M. Estrada3.0000120.00
J. Axford (L, 0-1)1.0111212.25
F. Rodriguez0.1111106.35
K. Loe0.20000013.50
WP: F. Rodriguez

Game notes: The Dodgers finished the 3-game road sweep of the Brewers tonight in extra innings. It took until the 12th, but Juan Uribe came through with a home run in the top of the inning. Fortunately, Dee Gordon added an RBI single later in the frame, as Milwaukee came back with a run in the bottom of the inning. That's 5 wins in a row for LA, as they take their road trip to Houston tomorrow.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
04:05 PM - March 24, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays started off by losing to Cleveland after blowing a 4-0 lead with Romero on the mound. They would bounce back next 3 games winning vs. the Yankees, Red Sox, and Athletics. Omar Vizquel was hit by a pitch in the game vs. Oakland and will be out 15 days (sent to 15-day DL). SS Elliot Johnson was called up to replace him. The Blue Jays are now 27-5

Game 29: Blue Jays 4, Indians 5:
W: Jimenez (2-4), L: Villanueva (3-1), SV: Perez
Blue Jays:
Bautista - 1/3 R, 3B
Lind - 1/3 RBI, 2B
Lawrie - 1/3 R
Johnson - 2/3 HR(5), 2RBI, 3B, 2R
Young - 2/2 RBI
Romero - 3.1IP 4H, 4ER, 3K
Kipnis - 1/3 RBI, R
Laporta - 2/3 2RBI, R, 2B
Pagnozzi - 1/2 RBI
Kotchman - 1/2 RBI
Jimenez - 4IP, 8H, 4ER, BB, K

- The Jays blew a game they should of won with ace Romero on the mound. Toronto started by getting a RBI double from Adam Lind in the 2nd after a Bautista triple. Next inning, they made it 4-0 when Johnson hit a 2-Run HR, and Young drove in a RBI single. Romero allowed 4 runs however, in the 4th as Kipnis, Pagnozzi and Laporta (2RBI Double) tied it up. In the 5th with Villanueva in, Kotchman drove in the winning RBI single to end the game 5-4 Indians

Game 30: Blue Jays 2, Yankees 0:
W: Chacin (6-1), L: Pineda (3-3), SV: Santos (13)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/2 R, SB
Bautista - 1/2 HR(10), 2RBI, R
Chacin - 4.1IP 1H, 0ER, 3K
Pineda - 5IP 4H, 2ER K

- Toronto gets a big win here vs. a tough Yankees team and have had the advantage against them all season. Chacin pitched another 1 hitter and has been easily the teams best SP this year. Jackson started the game with a single, and stolen base, and Bautista came up next and drove a 2-Run HR over the wall to make it 2-0. Thats all they would need to end the game with the win.

Game 31: Blue Jays 3, Red Sox 1:
W: Alvarez (5-1), L: Buchholtz (4-1), SV: Santos (13)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 RBI
Lawrie - 2/3 R
Johnson - 1/3 RBI, R, 3B, K
Young - 0/1 RBI, SF
Robinson - 2/2 R, SB
Alvarez - 3.1IP 1H, 1ER, 3K
Red Sox:
Ortiz - 0/1 RBI, SF
Buchholtz - 5IP 10H, 3ER, BB, K

The Jays turn another 1 hit performance out of a SP, this time in Alvarez as he only allowed 1 hit which ended up coming around to score off a Ortiz Sacrifice Fly in the 4th. In the 3rd, Jackson hit an RBI single to score Robinson, and in the 4th, Young hit a Sacrifice Fly, and Johnson hit a RBI triple off the green monster to make it 3-1 which would be your final score.

Game 32: Blue Jays 7, Athletics 0:
W: Beachy (6-1), L: Colon (3-3)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/3 R, SB, K
Johnson - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B, K
Bautista - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B
Lind - 1/2 RBI, R
Arencieba - 1/2 HR(5), 2RBI, R
Young - 2/2, R
Robinson - 1/2 HR(5), 2RBI, R
Beachy - 3.1IP, 2H, 0ER, 3K
Colon - 0.2IP 7H, 7ER, 1K

- The Jays blew Colon out of the water, scoring all 7 runs in the 1st inning. Johnson it a RBI double, Bautista RBI double, Lind RBI single, Arencieba hit a 2-Run HR, and last but not least, Trayvon Robinson hit a 2-Run HR to make it 7-0. Beachy made his Jays debut pitching 3.1 innings of 2 hit ball fanning 3.
Dynasty: BlueJays09