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NATIONAL LEAGUE ROUNDUP Willis stays hot, Marlins top Reds



Published: Sat, April 23, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.


The Mets have won 10 of 13 after beating the Nationals.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
MIAMI -- Dontrelle Willis won his fourth straight start to begin the season, and Juan Encarnacion's two-run single helped the Florida Marlins to a 4-2 victory Saturday over the Cincinnati Reds.
Guillermo Mota struck out slumping Ken Griffey Jr. with runners at second and third to end it, preserving Florida's eighth victory in 11 games. Griffey went 0-for-4, dropping his batting average to .200 with no homers and three RBIs. He's hitless in his last 17 at-bats.
Willis (4-0) fanned seven in six innings and gave up two runs, six hits and two walks. His ERA rose from 1.13 to 1.50.
Nate Bump, Matt Perisho and Todd Jones combined for two scoreless innings before Mota pitched the ninth for his second save. He earned Florida's first save of the season on Friday night.
Cincinnati right-hander Matt Belisle (1-2) allowed four runs -- three earned -- and seven hits in five innings. He also hit two batters with pitches.
Felipe Lopez homered for the Reds, who lost their third straight.
Lopez's two-run shot in the sixth made the score 4-2. Lopez, who entered in the third inning, sent Willis' 0-2 pitch over the scoreboard in left.
Florida built a 4-0 lead in the third when Encarnacion's two-out single scored Luis Castillo and Carlos Delgado. The hit gave Encarnacion 19 RBIs.
CINCINNATIFLORIDA
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Grf Jr. cf4000LCstillo 2b4220
Casey 1b3110CDlgdo 1b3121
Randa 3b4010Cbrera lf4010
WPena lf1010JEcrcn rf4012
FLopez 2b3122L Duca c3010
Kearns rf4000Lowell 3b4010
Aurilia ss4000AGnzlz ss2000
LaRue c3000Willis p3000
Belisle p1000Bump p0000
Coffey p0000Perisho p0000
DJmnz ph0000TJones p0000
Wthers p0000Mota p0000
Dunn ph1010
Totals33292Totals29483
Cincinnati000002000--2
Florida20200000x--4
Pierre reached first on catcher's interference.
E--WPena (1), LaRue (1). DP--Cincinnati 1, Florida 2. LOB--Cincinnati 9, Florida 6. 2B--Freel (4), Dunn (7). HR--FLopez (1). SB--Freel (1). CS--Pierre (3), Lo Duca (1). S--Belisle.
IPHRERBBSO
Cincinnati
Belisle L,1-2574303
Coffey110011
Weathers200013
Florida
Willis W,4-0662227
Bump100010
Perisho1-300011
TJones2-310001
Mota S,2120002
HBP--by Belisle (CDelgado), by Belisle (Pierre). Umpires--Home, Joe West; First, Mike DiMuro; Second, Tom Hallion; Third, Mark Carlson. T--2:31. A--23,623.
Mets 10, Nationals 5
NEW YORK -- Jae Seo pitched six innings after being called up from the minors earlier in the day, and rookie and Victor Diaz had his first four-hit game to lead New York.
The Mets scored all their runs in the fourth and fifth, batting around in both innings. New York has won 10 of 13 since opening the season with five straight losses.
The Nationals have lost five of six -- including three straight for the first time this season.
WASHINGTONNEW YORK
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Wlkrsn cf4210Wdwrd ss6122
Vidro 2b2010Cairo 2b5010
Carroll 2b2122Beltran cf2021
JGillen rf2000Valent cf1000
JDavis rf2011Piazza c4000
NJhnsn 1b5010RCstro c1000
Baerga 3b5011Floyd lf4220
Schndr c3010Koo p0000
Crsco p0000Aybar p0000
Church ph1000KMtsui ph1010
Eschen p0000HBell p0000
Blanco lf4120Mntkw 1b4210
CGzmn ss4120Wright 3b4221
Ohka p1000Diaz rf4243
Mjwski p0000Seo p2112
Sledge ph1000Andrsn lf2000
Horgan p0000
GBnntt c1001
Totals375125Totals4010169
Washington000001301--5
New York00046000x--10
E--Baerga (1), Woodward (1), Diaz (1). DP--Washington 2, New York 1. LOB--Washington 9, New York 12. 2B--Wilkerson (7), Blanco (1), Cairo (3), Beltran (3), Wright (3), Diaz 2 (5). SF--Carroll, GBennett.
IPHRERBBSO
Washington
Ohka L,1-3364431
Majewski110011
Horgan166513
Carrasco210001
Eischen120010
New York
Seo W,1-0661104
Koo133300
Aybar110001
HBell121111
Ohka pitched to 4 batters in the 4th. HBP--by Koo (Wilkerson). WP--Horgan. Umpires--Home, Brian O'Nora; First, Gary Cederstrom; Second, Bill Welke; Third, Tim Welke. T--3:24. A--44,058.
Cardinals 1, Astros 0, 10 innings
ST. LOUIS -- Mark Mulder threw a 10-inning shutout, outpitching Roger Clemens in a marquee matchup.
Larry Walker's RBI single off Brad Lidge in the 10th won it for the Cardinals, moving manager Tony La Russa into a tie with Joe McCarthy for fifth place on the career victories list at 2,125.
Clemens allowed four hits in seven innings, lowering his ERA to 0.32 and pushing his scoreless streak to 23 innings. But he was thwarted for the third straight time in his bid for his 330th win. He remains tied with Steve Carlton for ninth on the career list.
HOUSTONST. LOUIS
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AEvrtt ss4010Eckstin ss5000
Biggio 2b4000LWalkr rf4011
Lamb 1b4000Pujols 1b4010
Lane rf4010Edmnd cf3010
Ensbrg 3b4000Rolen 3b2000
Burke lf4000Cedeno lf4010
Lidge p0000Grdzln 2b4010
Asmus c3010YMlina c3000
Tveras cf3010Nunez ph1000
Clmens p2000EDiaz c0000
JVzcno ph1000Mulder p3000
Qualls p0000RSndrs ph1110
OPlmro lf0000
Totals33040Totals34161
Houston0000000000--0
St. Louis0000000001--1
One out when winning run scored.
E--Rolen (1). DP--St. Louis 1. LOB--Houston 3, St. Louis 9. 2B--Grudzielanek (3). CS--Biggio (1).
IPHRERBBSO
Houston
Clemens740046
Qualls L,1-22 1-311102
Lidge010000
St. Louis
Mulder W,2-11040005
Lidge pitched to 1 batter in the 10th. Umpires--Home, Brian Runge; First, Charlie Reliford; Second, Angel Hernandez; Third, Greg Gibson. T--2:42. A--40,058.
Giants 6, Brewers 2
SAN FRANCISCO -- Brett Tomko pitched effectively into the seventh inning and hit a two-run single to give San Francisco a much-needed win.
The Giants had lost four of five games, scoring just 10 runs in that span.
Tomko (1-3) had been particularly hurt by the lack of support, as the Giants scored just one run while he was in the game in his first three starts.
Yorvit Torrealba keyed the offense in a rare start, hitting a solo homer to score San Francisco's first run and adding an RBI double in a four-run fourth inning against Chris Capuano (0-2).
Tomko followed Torrealba's double with his two-run single and also did the job on the mound. He allowed two runs and eight hits in 61/3 innings to improve to 7-1 in his career against Milwaukee.
Scott Eyre got Lyle Overbay to fly out with the bases loaded to end the seventh inning and Armando Benitez got five outs for his fourth save.
The Brewers, who snapped a seven-game losing streak Friday against San Francisco, got an RBI single from Carlos Lee in the third inning and a solo home run into McCovey Cove -- the ninth ever by a Giants opponent -- by Russell Branyan in the fourth.
MILWAUKEESAN FRAN
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Hardy ss4100DCruz ss4000
Jenkins rf4020Vizquel ss0000
CaLee lf4011Niekro 1b4010
Ovrbay 1b4010Snow 1b0000
Spivey 2b4000Feliz lf4120
Brnyan 3b2121Ellison lf0100
Cirillo 3b0000Alfonzo 3b3110
Moeller c3000Alou rf3110
DMiller c1000Grssom cf3012
Cpuano p2000Trralba c4232
Wise p0000Tomko p3012
BHall ph0000Chrstns p0000
Bttlco p0000Brower p0000
Mgrder ph1000Eyre p0000
Adams p0000Benitez p0000
Totals34282Totals326116
Milwaukee001100000--2
San Francisco00140001x--6
E--Hardy (1). DP--Milwaukee 2. LOB--Milwaukee 11, San Francisco 5. 2B--Torrealba (1). HR--Branyan (3), Torrealba (1). SB--Ellison (2). S--Hardy. SF--Grissom.
IPHRERBBSO
Milwaukee
Capuano L,0-25 2-395513
Wise1-300001
Bottalico100000
Adams121110
San Francisco
Tomko W,1-36 1-382223
Christiansen1-300000
Brower000010
Eyre2-300010
Benitez S,41 2-300013
Brower pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. WP--Adams. Umpires--Home, Chuck Meriwether; First, Mike Everitt; Second, Tim Timmons; Third, Tim McClelland. T--2:59. A--37,341.
Copyright 2005 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


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