Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Former Cardinals Playing In MLB 6-6-17: Mark Reynolds Hits Two Home Runs & Drives In Five Runs; Max Scherzer Strikes Out 14 & Allows One Run Over Seven Innings For The Win; Carlos Beltran Hits A Two-Run Homer
Joe Kelly (former St. Louis-Boston) entered in the seventh and pitched one inning. He allowed no hits or runs, one walk, and struck one out for the hold (5). (p-s:18-9)(g/f:2-0)
Matt Holliday (former St. Louis-New York-A) started as designated hitter and batted fourth. 1-for-4 with one double, one run, and two strikeouts.
Boston beat New York-A 5-4
David Freese (former St. Louis-Pittsburgh) started at third base and batted fourth. 2-for-5 with one home run, one RBI, two runs, two strikeouts, and grounded into one double play.
Baltimore beat Pittsburgh 6-5 in 10 innings
Colby Rasmus (former St. Louis-Tampa Bay) entered late in the game as designated hitter and batted seventh. 0-for-1 at the plate.
Chicago-A beat Tampa Bay 4-2
Albert Pujols (former St. Louis-Anaheim) started as designated hitter and batted third. 0-for-4 at the plate.
Anaheim beat Detroit 5-3
Pat Neshek (former St. Louis-Philadelphia) entered in the ninth and pitched to two batters. He allowed no hits or runs, and struck one out. (p-s:5-4)(ir-s:2-0)
Matt Adams (former St. Louis-Atlanta) started at first base and batted fifth. 1-for-3 with one walk, one strikeout, and assisted in one double play.
Jaime Garcia (former St. Louis-Atlanta) started and pitched 7.2 innings. He allowed eight hits, three earned runs, one home run, and struck four out for the losing decision (2-4). 0-for-1 with one sacrifice and one strikeout. (p-s:104-69)(g/f:12-4)
Jason Motte (former St. Louis-Atlanta) entered in the eighth and pitched to one batter. He allowed no hits or runs, and struck one out. (p-s:3-3)(ir-s:1-0)
Philadelphia beat Atlanta 3-1
Kyle Barraclough (former Springfield-Miami) entered in the sixth and pitched one inning. He allowed no hits or runs, one walk, and struck two out. (p-s:15-9)(g/f:1-0)
Jon Jay (former St. Louis-Chicago-N) started in left field and batted leadoff. 1-for-4 with one double, two RBIs, one run, one walk, and one strikeout.
Jason Heyward (former St. Louis-Chicago-N) started in right field and batted fifth. 3-for-5 with two doubles, two two-out RBIs, and one run.
Chicago-N beat Miami 10-2
Pete Kozma (former St. Louis-Texas) entered late in the game at third base and batted fourth. 0-for-1 with one strikeout.
Texas beat New York-N 10-8
Carlos Beltran (former St. Louis-Houston) started as designated hitter and batted fifth. 1-for-5 with one home run, two two-out RBIs, two runs, and three strikeouts.
Kansas City beat Houston 9-7
Mark Reynolds (former St. Louis-Colorado) started at first base and batted fifth. 2-for-4 with two home runs, five RBIs (three w/two-outs), two runs, two strikeouts, and assisted in two double plays.
Colorado beat Cleveland 11-3
Allen Cordoba (former Johnson City-San Diego) entered late in the game as a pinch hitter and batted ninth. 0-for-1 at the plate.
David Peralta (former Johnson City-Arizona) started in right field and batted second. 0-for-4 with one run, one walk, and two strikeouts.
Jeremy Hazelbaker (former St. Louis-Arizona) entered late in the game in left field and batted third. 0-for-2 with two strikeouts.
Daniel Descalso (former St. Louis-Arizona) started in left field and moved to first base, batting seventh. 1-for-4 with two two-out RBIs and one strikeout.
Arizona beat San Diego 10-2
Max Scherzer (former 2003 draft selection-Washington) started and pitched seven innings. He allowed three hits, one unearned run, two walks, and struck 14 out for the winning decision (7-3). 0-for-2 with one strikeout. (p-s:105-73)(g/f:4-2)
Washington beat Los Angeles 2-1