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NATIONAL LEAGUE Dodgers win 11-6; end Marlins streak of shutout innings



Published: Sat, August 20, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.


Florida had three straight shutouts before losing Saturday.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
MIAMI -- Helped by Hee-Seop Choi's three hits, the Los Angeles Dodgers ended Florida's shutout streak and came from behind twice to win 11-6 Saturday night.
Choi went 3-for-3 with two RBIs against his former team, scored three times and started a decisive rally in the seventh inning. Dioner Navarro drove in two runs with his first career double in the second to end the Marlins' streak of 28 consecutive scoreless innings pitched.
Brian Moehler, bidding for Florida's fourth shutout in a row, lasted only two-plus innings and gave up four runs. After allowing a total of seven runs in the previous seven games, the Marlins blew leads of 3-0 and 6-5.
Choi had a single, double and triple, and was hit by a pitch from Ron Villone (0-2) to start a comeback in the seventh.
Milton Bradley then singled, and Jeff Kent doubled off Antonio Alfonseca to drive in the tying run. After an intentional walk, Jayson Werth walked to force in a run. Jose Valentin's RBI infield single capped the three-run rally and put the Dodgers ahead 8-6.
Much of the crowd of 34,613 had already departed when Los Angeles' Ricky Ledee hit a two-run homer in the ninth, his seventh.
Kent scored three times and Werth drove in two runs. Elmer Dessens (1-1), the second of six Los Angeles pitchers, worked 1 2-3 scoreless innings. With the bases loaded, Duaner Sanchez got Miguel Cabrera to ground into a game-ending double play for his third save.
Cabrera hit a three-run homer off former teammate Brad Penny, making his first start in Miami since being traded to Los Angeles on July 31, 2004. Penny pitched five innings and gave up six earned runs, matching a season high.
LOS ANGELESFLORIDA
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Robles ss5220Easley 2b4220
Choi 1b3332Conine rf3100
Brdley cf4110MiCbra lf4113
JKent 2b3321CDlgdo 1b4122
Ledee rf2113JEcrcn cf1000
Brzban p0000Pierre cf3000
Snchez p0000Lowell 3b4010
Werth lf2112AGnzlz ss4110
Carrar p0000Tranor c4021
Repko rf1000Mehler p1000
Vlentin 3b3011IValdez p0000
Izturis ss1000Villone p0000
Nvarro c5012Alfnsca p0000
Penny p2000LHarrs ph1000
Perez ph1000Mota p0000
Dssens p0000Aguila ph1000
Schmll p0000
JoCruz rf1000
Totals33111211Totals34696
Los Angeles022010312--11
Florida301110000--6
E--Robles (4). DP--Los Angeles 2, Florida 2. LOB--Los Angeles 6, Florida 6. 2B--Choi (13), JKent (30), Navarro (1), CDelgado (29), AGonzalez (26). 3B--Robles (1), Choi (2). HR--Ledee (7), MiCabrera (27), CDelgado (24). CS--Choi (1), Valentin (1). S--IValdez. SF--Choi, Ledee, Werth.
IPHRERBBSO
Los Angeles
Penny566622
Dessens W,1-11 2-310001
Schmoll000010
Carrara1 1-300001
Brazoban1-320010
Sanchez S,32-300000
Florida
Moehler254412
IValdez411132
Villone L,0-21-312200
Alfonseca2-321120
Mota233301
Schmoll pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Moehler pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd. HBP--by Villone (Choi), by IValdez (JKent). WP--Mota. Umpires--Home, Tom Hallion; First, Greg Gibson; Second, Angel Hernandez; Third, Chad Fairchild. T--3:13. A--34,613.
Padres 7, Braves 2
ATLANTA -- Xavier Nady hit a grand slam off rookie Joey Devine in the 13th inning to lead the San Diego Padres past Atlanta 7-2 on Saturday, handing the Braves their third straight loss at Turner Field.
Devine (0-1), the Braves' first-round pick in the June draft, was called up from Double-A Mississippi before the game, took an early morning flight to Atlanta and made his major league debut on 45 minutes sleep.
The right-hander pitched a scoreless 12th and was one pitch from finishing the 13th when Nady connected with a 1-2 fastball, sending a 415-foot drive into the center-field seats.
The Padres loaded the bases on Eric Young's single and two walks, one of them intentional. After Nady's 13th homer, the Padres added another run on Miguel Olivo's run-scoring single off John Foster.
SAN DIEGOATLANTA
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Jkson ss6110Furcal ss6121
EYong lf4110MGiles 2b6120
Loretta 2b5021CJones 3b5000
BGiles cf5110LaRche 1b6000
Randa 3b5110Frncur rf5031
Nady rf6114Jhnson lf5020
Fick 1b4010Lngrhn cf5010
DRbrts cf1110McCnn c4010
Olivo c6122Orr pr0000
Astacio p1000Pena c0000
Ross ph1000HRmrz p3010
CHmnd p0000Frnswr p0000
Otsuka p0000Ritsma p0000
MaSwy ph1000AJones ph1000
Hnsley p0000Boyer p0000
Klesko ph1000Devine p1000
Seanez p0000Foster p0000
Valdez ph1000
Hffman p0000
Totals477117Totals472122
San Diego1000001000005--7
Atlanta0000020000000--2
DP--San Diego 5. LOB--San Diego 8, Atlanta 8. 2B--Jackson (8), DRoberts (14), MGiles (37). HR--Nady (13), Olivo (4), Furcal (11). SB--EYoung (3), Furcal (34). CS--Orr (1). S--EYoung, Astacio. SF--Loretta.
IPHRERBBSO
San Diego
Astacio672203
CHammond100000
Otsuka220011
Hensley230001
Seanez W,5-1100012
Hoffman100000
Atlanta
HRamirez862222
Farnsworth100002
Reitsma100000
Boyer100001
Devine L,0-11 2-334420
Foster1-321100
WP--Astacio, HRamirez. Umpires--Home, Rick Reed; First, Alfonso Marquez; Second, Ted Barrett; Third, Rob Drake. T--3:40. A--37,133.
Cardinals 4, Giants 2
ST. LOUIS -- Matt Morris (13-5) earned his 100th win and Jim Edmonds scored twice for St. Louis.
Mark Grudzielanek's single snapped a 2-all tie in the sixth inning, and the Cardinals added one more run with another successful suicide squeeze. Albert Pujols and John Mabry each had an RBI for St. Louis, which activated right fielder Larry Walker from the disabled list before the game.
Jason Isringhausen got four outs for his 32nd save in 35 opportunities. He retired pinch-hitter Moises Alou on a routine fly with the bases loaded to end it.
SAN FRANST. LOUIS
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Winn cf4020Eckstin ss3000
Vizquel ss2100LWalkr rf3000
Niekro 1b4010Tguchi rf1000
Feliz lf4120Pujols 1b4011
Drham 2b4022Edmnd cf3210
Alfonzo 3b4000Grdzln 2b4111
Linden rf4000Mabry lf4011
Mtheny c4020Nunez 3b4020
DCruz pr0000YMlina c1001
Crreia p2000Morris p1100
Tucker ph1000Rdrgez ph1000
Fssero p0000AReyes p0000
Alou ph1000Flors p0000
Isrnghs p0000
Totals34292Totals29464
San Francisco000002000--2
St. Louis01001200x--4
E--Alfonzo (8). DP--St. Louis 2. LOB--San Francisco 7, St. Louis 6. 2B--Durham (25), Matheny (27), Edmonds (30), Mabry (14), Nunez (11). CS--Pujols (1). S--Eckstein, YMolina.
IPHRERBBSO
San Francisco
Correia L,2-4664333
Fassero200002
St. Louis
Morris W,13-5652224
Al Reyes110002
Flores2-300000
Isrnghs S,321 1-330001
Al Reyes pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpires--Home, Eric Cooper; First, Fieldin Culbreth; Second, Marvin Hudson; Third, Larry Young. T--2:38. A--47,169.


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