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David Wright 3-for-3 in Mets' win over L.A.



Published: Sun, September 10, 2006 @ 12:00 a.m.


Atlanta closed to within five games of San Diego for the wild card.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK -- David Wright went 3-for-3, including a go-ahead, two-run single, and Orlando Hernandez allowed one earned run in seven innings to lift the New York Mets to a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday.
New York won for the second time in three games against the Dodgers in the matchup of NL division leaders.
The Mets lowered their magic number for clinching the East to six, while Los Angeles maintained a 11/2-game lead over San Diego, which lost to San Francisco 5-4 in 11 innings Saturday.
LOS ANGELESNEW YORK
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Furcal ss3010Reyes ss4010
Lofton cf3111Vlentin 2b4110
Grcprr 1b4000Beltran cf2100
JDrew rf4011CDlgdo 1b4111
JKent 2b4010Wright 3b3032
Repko pr0000ShGren rf3000
Ethier lf2000CFloyd lf3000
Saenz ph1000Chavez lf0000
Btemit 3b3000Stnet c3010
Martin c3110OHrndz p1000
Mddux p2000Mlldge ph1000
Hamlck p0000Heilmn p0000
Tomko p0000BWgnr p0000
MrAnd ph1000
Beimel p0000
Totals30252Totals28373
Los Angeles000002000--2
New York01000200x--3
E--JKent (7), Reyes (13). DP--Los Angeles 2, New York 1. LOB--Los Angeles 4, New York 4. 2B--Furcal (30), Reyes (28), Valentin (23), Wright (37). HR--CDelgado (37). SB--Reyes (57). CS--Repko (4), Milledge (2). S--Furcal, Lofton, OHernandez.
IPHRERBBSO
Los Angeles
Maddux L,12-135 1-353313
Hamulack1-300000
Tomko1-310001
Beimel210010
New York
OHrndz W,10-10742116
Heilman100000
BWagner S,36110001
Umpires--Home, Gerry Davis; First, Brian Gorman; Second, Bill Miller; Third, Eric Cooper. T--2:25. A--47,062.
Braves 7, Cubs 3
ATLANTA -- Adam LaRoche, Brian McCann and Andruw Jones homered for the Braves to back the solid pitching of Chuck James.
The Braves closed to within five games of San Diego, which was leading the wild card at the start of the day, and would have a much better chance of rallying for a playoff spot if they could keep playing Chicago.
Atlanta has a 5-0 record this season against the last-place Cubs, who have totally fallen apart down the stretch by losing 17 of 20. Chicago hasn't won at Turner Field since April 11, 2004, losing six straight.
CHICAGOATLANTA
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Pierre cf4220MGiles 2b5021
Theriot 2b4011Aybar 3b3110
ARmrz 3b3001LaRche 1b5122
DeLee 1b3000AJones cf4321
Murton lf4111McCnn c3112
JJones rf4020Frncur rf4021
HBlnco c4000Lngrhn lf3000
Cedeno ss3010TPena ss3010
WMillr p1000James p3000
Soto ph1000Yates p0000
Ryu p0000Ward ph1010
Walrnd p0000Orr pr0100
Coats ph1000Wckmn p0000
Eyre p0000
Wuertz p0000
Dmpstr p0000
Totals32373Totals347127
Chicago011010000--3
Atlanta00401011x--7
E--McCann (8). DP--Chicago 1, Atlanta 1. LOB--Chicago 4, Atlanta 9. 2B--JJones (28), Cedeno (15), MGiles (30). 3B--LaRoche (2). HR--Murton (11), LaRoche (30), AJones (33), McCann (19). SB--Pierre 2 (51), Theriot (8). SF--ARamirez.
IPHRERBBSO
Chicago
WMiller L,0-1354453
Ryu2 2-331102
Walrond1-300000
Eyre011110
Wuertz110001
Dempster121100
Atlanta
James W,9-3763216
Yates100001
Wickman110001
Eyre pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. Umpires--Home, Mike Reilly; First, Rob Drake; Second, Jeff Kellogg; Third, Jerry Meals. T--2:28. A--40,584.
Giants 5, Padres 411 innings
SAN FRANCISCO -- Barry Bonds' latest surge might wind up being his ticket to another season in San Francisco. He is certainly making a case for the Giants to keep him around in 2007.
Bonds hit his 731st career home run, Mark Sweeney drove in Ray Durham with a fielder's choice in the 11th inning and the Giants gained another game on San Diego in the NL wild-card race.
SAN DIEGOSAN FRAN
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DRbrts cf5000Winn cf5000
BGiles rf5111Vizquel ss5000
TWalkr 3b3011Hlnbrn 1b5230
Alxndr 3b1000Bonds lf5122
Bard c4010Drham 2b5220
AGnzlz 1b4110Alou rf4011
Piazza ph1010Feliz 3b4010
KGreen pr0000TGreen c4011
Seanez p0000MaSwy ph1001
Sledge lf3112Schmdt p3000
Cmeron cf1000Kline p0000
Blum ss5020Chulk p0000
Brfield 2b5010SFinley ph1000
DWells p0000Stanton p0000
Cust ph1110
Adkins p0000
Mcnlty ph1000
Merdth p0000
Brnyan ph1000
Lnbrnk p0000
Bllhorn 1b0000
Totals404104Totals425105
San Diego00000121000--4
San Francisco20020000001--5
One out when winning run scored.
DP--San Francisco 1. LOB--San Diego 7, San Francisco 8. 3B--Durham (7). HR--BGiles (13), Sledge (2), Bonds (23). S--Bard, DWells.
IPHRERBBSO
San Diego
DWells574402
Adkins110000
Meredith210002
Linebrink200001
Seanez L,1-1 1-311120
San Francisco
Schmidt7844110
Kline2-300001
Chulk1 1-300011
Stanton W,6-6220000
Schmidt pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. Umpires--Home, Doug Eddings; First, Jim Joyce; Second, Paul Emmel; Third, Paul Schrieber. T--2:54. A--38,680.
Marlins 4, Phillies 310 innings
MIAMI -- Cody Ross singled in pinch-runner Eric Reed with one out in the 10th inning to lift Florida.
Dan Uggla homered and drove in three runs for Florida, which moved within 21/2 games of the NL wild card-leading San Diego. Hanley Ramirez went 3-for-4 with a walk, stole two bases and scored a run.
PHILAFLORIDA
abrhbiabrhbi
Rollins ss5000HaRmz ss4130
Vctrno cf5120Uggla 2b5123
Utley 2b4232MiCbr 3b4000
Howard 1b2020Wlnhm lf4010
Dllucci rf1010Jacobs 1b4000
Conine rf4011Borchd rf4010
Burrell lf4000Brwski p0000
Ruiz c5010Resop p0000
Nunez 3b3010Aguila ph0000
JHrndz 3b2000Reed pr0100
BMyers p2000Olivo c4000
Madson p0000Amzga cf4010
Smith p0000Mehler p1000
Coste ph0000Wood ph1110
Simon ph1000Pinto p0000
Geary p0000Nolasco p0000
Bourn ph1000Helms ph1000
Rhodes p0000Tnkrsly p0000
Snches p0000CRoss rf2011
Totals393113Totals384104
Philadelphia1010000010--3
Florida2001000001--4
E--Utley (14), Nunez (5), Amezaga (6).LOB--Philadelphia 17, Florida 13. 2B--Howard (20), Borchard (7). 3B--Ruiz (1). HR--Utley 2 (28), Uggla (23). SB--HaRamirez 2 (46), Wood (1). S--BMyers.
IPHRERBBSO
Philadelphia
BMyers693225
Madson1-300011
Smith2-300001
Geary200012
Rhodes L,0-5 1-301131
Sanches010000
Florida
Moehler462223
Pinto010020
Nolasco200002
Tankersley1 1-310021
Borowski1 2-311133
Resop W,1-0120011
Umpires--Home, Ted Barrett; First, Laz Diaz; Second, Rick Reed; Third, Tim Tschida. T--3:49. A--27,444.
Astros 10, Brewers 4
MILWAUKEE -- Lance Berkman had two home runs and four RBIs, and Jason Hirsh pitched six-plus strong innings to lead Houston.
HOUSTONMILWAUKEE
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Tveras cf4100BClark cf5000
Lamb 3b4110Grffnno 2b5120
Brkmn 1b3334CHart lf4122
Burke 2b1000Fildr 1b4010
Huff rf4220BHall ss2110
Scott lf4223Jenkins rf3000
Biggio 2b4000DaBell 3b4122
Lane rf1010Rivera c4000
AEvrtt ss3123Ohka p0000
Brntlett ss1000Gnzlz p0000
Asmus c3000DMiller ph1000
Hirsh p3000Sprlng p0000
Sprger p0000Mench ph1000
Ensbrg ph1000Hllng p0000
Brkski p0000Cirillo ph1000
TreMllr p0000Sarfate p0000
Qualls p0000Kolb p0000
OPlmro ph1000Rottino ph1000
Nieve p0000
Totals37101110Totals35484
Houston404010100--10
Milwaukee001000120--4
E--Taveras (4). LOB--Houston 9, Milwaukee 8. 2B--Huff (8), Graffanino (13), Fielder (29), BHall (34). 3B--Scott (3). HR--Berkman 2 (39), Scott (5), AEverett (5), CHart (8), DaBell (8). SB--Taveras (30), DaBell (3). CS--AEverett (5).
IPHRERBBSO
Houston
Hirsh W,3-3642234
Springer100000
Borkowski032210
TreMiller1-300001
Qualls2-300001
Nieve110002
Milwaukee
Ohka L,4-5236652
Gonzalez122202
Spurling221101
Helling221112
Sarfate110010
Kolb110022
Umpires--Home, Larry Young; First, Tom Hallion; Second, James Hoye; Third, Alfonso Marquez. T--3:18. A--31,216.
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