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PostSubject: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:07 pm

GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET





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NATIONAL LEAGUE AT AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tuesday July 10, 2012
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Game Time - 8:00 p.m. EDT


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Pitching matchup


AL: RHP Justin Verlander (0-0, -.-- ERA)

Verlander will be making his fifth All-Star appearance, but this will be his first start. Detroit's ace, who won the AL Cy Young and MVP awards last season, hasn't pitched since Wednesday, when he twirled a complete game to best the Twins.



NL: RHP Matt Cain (0-0, -.-- ERA)

First a perfect game, now an All-Star Game start. It's been quite a first half for Cain, who hurled the 22nd perfect game in MLB history on June 13, and he reached the break sporting a 9-3 mark with a 2.62 ERA.




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PREVIEW


Stars ready to shine in KC at 83rd All-Star Game


By Dick Kaegel / MLB.com | 7/10/2012 9:00 AM ET

KANSAS CITY -- Not since 1985 have the folks around Kansas City been so excited about a baseball bash.

You have to understand that 1985 culminated in the ultimate -- a World Series victory for the Royals over the St. Louis Cardinals. But that was 27 years ago. Time for another big event.

Welcome to the 2012 All-Star Game, a huge rodeo for the place that some residents fondly call Cowtown. Time for even dudes to kick up their heels at this hoedown.

The best players of the American League and National League will clash for the third time on Kansas City soil. The first game came in 1960 at old Municipal Stadium, 22nd St. and Brooklyn Ave., when the Kansas City Athletics played host. The second game was in 1973 at what was then called Royals Stadium and is now Kauffman Stadium, where the first pitch will be thrown tonight.

TV coverage of the Midsummer Classic begins at 7:30 ET on FOX.

The National League won both previous games in KC. The stakes are higher now; the winning league gets home-field advantage in the World Series. There's no doubting the allegiance of Royals president Dan Glass.

"Whatever it takes for the American League to win," he said. "We want the American League to win."

The AL will start that pursuit with Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander on the mound, it was announced at a news conference on Monday. Verlander is slotted to pitch the first two innings, followed by David Price and Jered Weaver.

Verlander got right into the spirit of things.

"Actually, I'm sitting here just looking over the lineup thinking about how I'm going to pitch these guys," Verlander said. "You know, got to get ready."

The NL will counter with Giants right-hander Matt Cain, author of a perfect game this season. He'll have his regular catcher, Buster Posey, calling his pitches.

"It's going to be really, really cool to be able to have Buster behind the plate catching me," Cain said. "Hopefully we can get into a groove, and I'm really, really excited about everything."

When Verlander delivers the first pitch to the Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez on tonight, it'll mark the culmination of a long effort by the Royals.

The Glass family, headed by longtime Walmart executive David Glass, secured the 83rd All-Star Game after years of consultation with Commissioner Bud Selig and the necessary renovation of Kauffman Stadium that was completed two years ago. The trademark fountain spectacular remains but the rest of the ballpark was extensively revamped specifically with this game in mind.

"It's a special feeling knowing how well our fans have embraced this event," Royals general manager Dayton Moore said. "We felt all along that the Royals fans would do just that. I credit David and Dan Glass for their vision and their aggressive, persistent approach in doing their part to make sure Kansas City received this event because they knew how well our fans would embrace this. It means a lot to the economy but it means so much to the fans. It's neat to see so many young people enjoying and celebrating the game of baseball."

Fortunately for those sitting in the stands, the boiling Kansas City weather of the past few days -- the temperature reached 106 on Saturday -- is easing up just in time. The forecast is for a high of 87 and a low of 66.

By tonight, the FanFest, Futures Game, Red Carpet Parade, Home Run Derby and the myriad of attendant events will be pleasant memories as the fans settle in to savor the skills of Derek Jeter, Josh Hamilton, Prince Fielder, Joey Votto, Carlos Beltran, David Wright and other giants of the game.

Are you a fan of home runs? Hamilton and Jose Bautista each bring 27 to Kansas City. Big averages? Check out Andrew McCutchen's .362 or Melky Cabrera's .353. Considering that Kauffman Stadium has largest square footage in baseball, perhaps a gap-finder like Votto (35 doubles) will have an effect.

For pitching victories, R. A. Dickey and Gio Gonzalez come to town toting 12-win loads. Strikeouts? Stephen Strasburg and Justin Verlander bring bags of 128 from different leagues. Saves? Jim Johnson has piled up 26. In the ERA department, it's hard to top Jered Weaver's 1.96.

Clearly these are the class of the game's classiest stars.

For Kansas City fans, the Royals have their own basher, Billy Butler, on the AL squad. He can clue in teammates on hitting at Kauffman; he has a .314 career line on his home ground.

The players cross the age range from Dickey's 37, born Oct. 29, 1974, in Nashville, Tenn., to Bryce Harper's 19, born nearly 18 years later on Oct. 16, 1992, in Las Vegas. The Nationals' rookie outfielder is the youngest position player ever in an All-Star Game and the third youngest overall, behind pitchers Dwight Gooden (in 1984) and Bob Feller (in 1938).

The managers are Tony La Russa, retired from the Cardinals but qualified to guide the National League by virtue his World Series victory over the Rangers' Ron Washington, the American League's pilot.

Both men have links to Kansas City. La Russa first wore a Major League uniform as a rookie infielder in KC.

"There's an amazing coincidence, because I started -- we don't even talk about my playing career -- here when I was 18 years old in 1963 [with the] Kansas City A's," La Russa said, "And to think the last time I'm going to put on a uniform is going to be in Kansas City is just an unbelievable coincidence."

Washington began his pro baseball career with the first class of the Kansas City Royals Baseball Academy, conceived by franchise founder Ewing Kauffman in 1971 to develop and educate promising young athletes as baseball players.

"It's always been a sentimental feeling in my heart each time I return to Kansas City, because this is where I started," Washington said. "I learned my baseball on the chalkboard. We would chalk it out on the board, and we would go out on the field and work it out until we got it right. ... I just wish Mr. Kauffman was around to see it, because the Academy was his brainstorm. There were not very many people that believed it could work. I'm just happy that I'm an example that it can work."

The stage is set in a city known for barbecue at Arthur Bryant's and countless other places, Harry Truman, the National World War I Museum, the Country Club Plaza, George Brett, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Buck O'Neil. Casey Stengel was born in Kansas City, Satchel Paige is buried here. Jackie Robinson played here before breaking the color line.

When this stadium's first year was marked by the All-Star Game 40 seasons ago in 1973, Johnny Bench clouted what is called the longest home run in the ballpark's history. It sailed over the left-field concession stand for an estimated 480 feet in the NL's 7-1 win.

There has been no All-Star Game in KC since although Royals have made their mark over the years, possibly none so famously as Bo Jackson in 1989 at Anaheim where he led off the game with a whopper home run, stole a base and made a running catch. He was the MVP in the AL's 5-3 victory.

When the AL ended its 11-year losing streak in 1983, Brett went 2-for-4 with a triple, double and RBI and Willie Wilson contributed an RBI double in the 50th anniversary game at Comiskey Park in Chicago.

Frank White's pinch-hit home run accounted for the winning run in the AL's 3-2 win at Houston's Astrodome in 1986. That victory was directed by Royals manager Dick Howser who, shortly after that game, was diagnosed with the brain cancer that would take his life.

Bret Saberhagen got credit for the AL's 2-0 victory in 1990 at Chicago's Wrigley Field after pitching two scoreless innings. Jose Rosado picked up the 3-1 win at Cleveland in 1997 but, in an odd way. After giving up a score-tying home run Rosado pitched a scoreless inning and the AL went ahead.

Now, though, the Midsummer Classic has returned.

Dan Glass said having the spotlight on Kauffman Stadium will allow more fans to appreciate what has been a fact of life recently -- people come from all over to see the renovated stadium and like what they see.

"We've seen, since our renovation, whatever team that our team is playing, there is a higher percentage of their fans showing up," Glass said. "There is no doubt about that. A lot of it is because it is affordable for them; our ticket prices here are affordable, travel is affordable to get here, hotel and so forth. Once they are here, they love the stadium. They love the renovations, they love what we have done here, so it's a nice compliment."

Tonight, fans all over the world will get a closer look at the All-Star city.




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To track MLB play-by-play, to help post GDT outcomes: http://m.mlb.com/scores/


On the Internet
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SCOREBOARD
Official Press Pass game notes

On television

FOX
Direct TV Extra Innings Schedule

On radio

XM Channel Schedule




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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:19 pm

STARTING LINEUPS:

NATIONAL LEAGUE


DH Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies
CF Melky Cabrera, Giants
LF Ryan Braun, Brewers
1B Joey Votto, Reds
RF Carlos Beltran, Cardinals
C Buster Posey, Giants
3B Pablo Sandoval, Giants
2B Dan Uggla, Braves
SS Rafael Furcal, Cardinals

P Matt Cain, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE


SS Derek Jeter, Yankees
2B Robinson Cano, Yankees
LF Josh Hamilton, Rangers
RF Jose Bautista, Blue Jays
1B Prince Fielder, Tigers
3B Adrian Beltre, Rangers
DH David Ortiz, Red Sox
C Mike Napoli, Rangers
CF Curtis Granderson, Yankees

P Justin Verlander, Tigers


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American League roster

Starters
C Mike Napoli, TEX
1B Prince Fielder, DET
2B Robinson Cano, NYY
3B Adrian Beltre, TEX
SS Derek Jeter, NYY
OF Josh Hamilton, TEX
OF Curtis Granderson, NYY
OF Jose Bautista, TOR
DH David Ortiz, BOS
Pitchers
RHP Ryan Cook, OAK
LHP Matt Harrison, TEX
RHP Felix Hernandez, SEA
RHP Jim Johnson, BAL
RHP Joe Nathan, TEX
RHP Chris Perez, CLE
LHP David Price, TB
RHP Fernando Rodney, TB
LHP CC Sabathia, NYY
LHP Chris Sale, CWS
RHP Justin Verlander, DET
RHP Jered Weaver, LAA
LHP C.J. Wilson, LAA
Reserves
C Joe Mauer, MIN
C Matt Wieters, BAL
SS Elvis Andrus, TEX
SS Asdrubal Cabrera, CLE
3B Miguel Cabrera, DET
2B Ian Kinsler, TEX
1B Paul Konerko, CWS
OF Adam Jones, BAL
OF Mike Trout, LAA
OF Mark Trumbo, LAA
DH Billy Butler, KC
DH Adam Dunn, CWS

National League roster


Starters
C Buster Posey, SF
1B Joey Votto, CIN
2B Dan Uggla, ATL
SS Rafael Furcal, STL
3B Pablo Sandoval, SF
OF Melky Cabrera, SF
OF Carlos Beltran, STL
OF Matt Kemp, LAD
Pitchers
RHP Matt Cain, SF
LHP Aroldis Chapman, CIN
RHP R.A. Dickey, NYM
LHP Gio Gonzalez, WAS
LHP Cole Hamels, PHI
RHP Joel Hanrahan, PIT
LHP Clayton Kershaw, LAD
RHP Craig Kimbrel, ATL
RHP Lance Lynn, STL
LHP Wade Miley, ARI
RHP Jonathan Papelbon, PHI
RHP Stephen Strasburg, WAS
RHP Huston Street, SD
Reserves
C Yadier Molina, STL
C Carlos Ruiz, PHI
1B Bryan LaHair, CHC
2B Jose Altuve, HOU
SS Starlin Castro, CHC
SS Ian Desmond, WAS
3B David Wright, NYM
OF Ryan Braun, MIL
OF Jay Bruce, CIN
OF Carlos Gonzalez, COL
OF Andrew McCutchen, PIT
OF Giancarlo Stanton, MIA


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NL - Top 1st
B:1 S:3 O:1
Carlos Gonzalez out swinging.

B:0 S:0 O:1
Melky Cabrera singles on a line drive to left fielder Josh Hamilton.

B:2 S:1 O:1
Ryan Braun doubles (1) on a fly ball to right fielder Jose Bautista. Melky Cabrera scores.
NL 1 - 0


B:3 S:3 O:2
Joey Votto called out on .

B:4 S:2 O:2
Carlos Beltran walks.

Coaching visit to mound.

B:4 S:0 O:2
Buster Posey walks. Ryan Braun to 3rd. Carlos Beltran to 2nd.

B:1 S:1 O:2
Pablo Sandoval triples (1) on a fly ball to right fielder Jose Bautista. Ryan Braun scores. Carlos Beltran scores. Buster Posey scores.
NL 4 - 0


B:1 S:1 O:2
Dan Uggla singles on a ground ball to shortstop Derek Jeter. Pablo Sandoval scores.
NL 5 - 0


B:0 S:1 O:3
Rafael Furcal grounds into a force out, fielded by second baseman Robinson Cano. Dan Uggla out at 2nd.

NL 5 - 0 AFTER .5 INNING


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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:50 pm

AL - Bot 1st
B:2 S:2 O:0
Derek Jeter singles on a ground ball to shortstop Rafael Furcal, deflected by third baseman Pablo Sandoval.

B:3 S:2 O:1
Robinson Cano pops out to third baseman Pablo Sandoval in foul territory.

B:3 S:1 O:2
Josh Hamilton flies out to left fielder Ryan Braun.

B:2 S:3 O:3
Jose Bautista out on foul tip.

NL 5 - 0 AFTER 1 INNING


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NL - Top 2nd
Pitcher Change: Joe Nathan replaces Justin Verlander.

B:1 S:1 O:1
Carlos Gonzalez grounds out, first baseman Prince Fielder to pitcher Joe Nathan.

B:0 S:2 O:2
Melky Cabrera grounds out, second baseman Robinson Cano to first baseman Prince Fielder.

B:0 S:1 O:3
Ryan Braun flies out softly to right fielder Jose Bautista.


AL - Bot 2nd
B:0 S:1 O:1
Prince Fielder flies out to center fielder Melky Cabrera.

B:1 S:0 O:2
Adrian Beltre pops out to shortstop Rafael Furcal.

B:0 S:1 O:3
David Ortiz flies out to left fielder Ryan Braun.

NL 5 - 0 AFTER 2 INNINGS


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NL - Top 3rd
Pitcher Change: David Price replaces Joe Nathan.

B:1 S:1 O:1
Joey Votto grounds out, third baseman Adrian Beltre to first baseman Prince Fielder.

B:0 S:0 O:2
Carlos Beltran flies out to right fielder Jose Bautista.

B:1 S:1 O:3
Buster Posey pops out to catcher Mike Napoli in foul territory.


AL - Bot 3rd
Pitcher Change: Gio Gonzalez replaces Matt Cain.

B:1 S:3 O:1
Mike Napoli out swinging.

B:2 S:1 O:2
Curtis Granderson flies out to left fielder Ryan Braun.

B:1 S:0 O:3
Derek Jeter grounds out, second baseman Dan Uggla to first baseman Joey Votto.

NL 5 - 0 AFTER 3 INNINGS


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NL - Top 4th
Pitcher Change: Matt Harrison replaces David Price.

B:1 S:0 O:1
Pablo Sandoval flies out to center fielder Curtis Granderson.

B:1 S:0 O:2
Dan Uggla flies out to center fielder Curtis Granderson.

B:2 S:0 O:2
Rafael Furcal triples (1) on a line drive to right fielder Jose Bautista.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Matt Holliday replaces Carlos Gonzalez.

B:2 S:1 O:2
Matt Holliday singles on a soft line drive to right fielder Jose Bautista. Rafael Furcal scores.
NL 6 - 0


B:2 S:2 O:2
Melky Cabrera homers (1) on a line drive to left field. Matt Holliday scores.
NL 8 - 0


B:2 S:0 O:2
Ryan Braun triples (1) on a line drive to right fielder Jose Bautista.

Coaching visit to mound.

B:0 S:0 O:3
Joey Votto grounds out, second baseman Robinson Cano to first baseman Prince Fielder.


AL - Bot 4th
Matt Holliday remains in the game as the designated hitter.

Defensive Substitution: David Wright replaces third baseman Pablo Sandoval, batting 7th, playing third base.


Pitcher Change: Stephen Strasburg replaces Gio Gonzalez.


B:3 S:2 O:0
Robinson Cano singles on a sharp ground ball to center fielder Melky Cabrera.

B:1 S:1 O:2
Josh Hamilton grounds into double play, shortstop Rafael Furcal to first baseman Joey Votto. Robinson Cano out at 2nd.

B:4 S:2 O:2
Jose Bautista walks.

B:1 S:0 O:3
Prince Fielder lines out to left fielder Ryan Braun.

NL 8 - 0 AFTER 4 INNINGS


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NL - Top 5th
Pitcher Change: Jered Weaver replaces Matt Harrison.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Bryce Harper replaces Carlos Beltran.


B:4 S:2 O:0
Bryce Harper walks.

B:0 S:0 O:1
Buster Posey flies out to left fielder Josh Hamilton. Bryce Harper to 2nd.

B:2 S:2 O:2
David Wright reaches on a fielder's choice out, pitcher Jered Weaver to second baseman Robinson Cano to third baseman Adrian Beltre. Bryce Harper out at 3rd.

B:1 S:1 O:3
Dan Uggla flies out to left fielder Josh Hamilton.


AL - Bot 5th
Defensive Substitution: Andrew McCutchen replaces center fielder Melky Cabrera, batting 2nd, playing center field.

Defensive Substitution: Jay Bruce replaces left fielder Ryan Braun, batting 3rd, playing right field.


Defensive Substitution:
David Freese replaces first baseman Joey Votto, batting 4th, playing first base.

Bryce Harper remains in the game as the left fielder.

Defensive Substitution: Jose Altuve replaces second baseman Dan Uggla, batting 8th, playing second base.


Pitcher Change: Clayton Kershaw replaces Stephen Strasburg.


B:0 S:0 O:1
Adrian Beltre grounds out, shortstop Rafael Furcal to first baseman David Freese.

B:2 S:2 O:1
David Ortiz singles on a line drive to left fielder Bryce Harper.

B:0 S:2 O:1
Mike Napoli singles on a fly ball to left fielder Bryce Harper. David Ortiz to 2nd.

B:3 S:1 O:2
Curtis Granderson grounds out softly, pitcher Clayton Kershaw to first baseman David Freese. David Ortiz to 3rd. Mike Napoli to 2nd.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Asdrubal Cabrera replaces Derek Jeter.

B:4 S:1 O:2
Asdrubal Cabrera walks.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Ian Kinsler replaces Robinson Cano.

Coaching visit to mound.


B:3 S:2 O:3
Ian Kinsler flies out to left fielder Bryce Harper.

NL 8 - 0 AFTER 5 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:21 pm

NL - Top 6th
Asdrubal Cabrera remains in the game as the shortstop.

Ian Kinsler remains in the game as the second baseman.


Defensive Substitution: Mike Trout replaces left fielder Josh Hamilton, batting 3rd, playing left field.


Defensive Substitution:
Mark Trumbo replaces right fielder Jose Bautista, batting 4th, playing right field.


Defensive Substitution: Paul Konerko replaces first baseman Prince Fielder, batting 5th, playing first base.

Defensive Substitution:
Miguel Cabrera replaces third baseman Adrian Beltre, batting 6th, playing third base.


Defensive Substitution:
Adam Jones replaces center fielder Curtis Granderson, batting 9th, playing center field.


Pitcher Change: Chris Sale replaces Jered Weaver.


Defensive Substitution:
Matt Wieters replaces catcher Mike Napoli, batting 8th, playing catcher.


B:0 S:0 O:1
Rafael Furcal flies out to center fielder Adam Jones.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Chipper Jones replaces Matt Holliday.

B:0 S:0 O:1
Chipper Jones singles on a ground ball to right fielder Mark Trumbo.

B:1 S:2 O:1
Andrew McCutchen singles on a line drive to left fielder Mike Trout. Chipper Jones to 2nd.

B:0 S:0 O:2
Jay Bruce flies out to center fielder Adam Jones.

B:2 S:3 O:3
David Freese out swinging.


AL - Bot 6th
Chipper Jones remains in the game as the designated hitter.

Defensive Substitution: Carlos Ruiz replaces catcher Buster Posey, batting 6th, playing catcher.


Pitcher Change: R. A. Dickey replaces Clayton Kershaw.

B:0 S:1 O:0
Mike Trout singles on a line drive to center fielder Andrew McCutchen.

With Mark Trumbo batting, Mike Trout steals (1) 2nd base.

B:2 S:3 O:1
Mark Trumbo out swinging.

B:0 S:1 O:1
Paul Konerko hit by pitch.

B:1 S:2 O:3
Miguel Cabrera grounds into double play, shortstop Rafael Furcal to second baseman Jose Altuve to first baseman David Freese. Paul Konerko out at 2nd.

NL 8 - 0 AFTER 6 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:37 pm

NL - Top 7th
Pitcher Change: Ryan Cook replaces Chris Sale.

B:1 S:3 O:1
Bryce Harper called out on .

B:1 S:1 O:2
Carlos Ruiz flies out to left fielder Mike Trout.

B:1 S:3 O:3
David Wright called out on .


AL - Bot 7th
Defensive Substitution: Bryan LaHair replaces first baseman David Freese, batting 4th, playing first base.

Pitcher Change: Cole Hamels replaces R. A. Dickey.


Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Billy Butler replaces David Ortiz.


B:1 S:2 O:1
Billy Butler grounds out, third baseman David Wright to first baseman Bryan LaHair.

B:1 S:2 O:2
Matt Wieters flies out to left fielder Bryce Harper.

B:1 S:2 O:3
Adam Jones grounds out, first baseman Bryan LaHair to pitcher Cole Hamels.

NL 8 - 0 AFTER 7 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Wed Jul 11, 2012 12:00 am

NL - Top 8th
Defensive Substitution: Joe Mauer replaces first baseman Paul Konerko, batting 5th, playing first base.

Billy Butler remains in the game as the designated hitter.


Pitcher Change: Jim Johnson replaces Ryan Cook.


B:2 S:2 O:1
Jose Altuve grounds out, second baseman Ian Kinsler to first baseman Joe Mauer.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Starlin Castro replaces Rafael Furcal.

B:1 S:0 O:2
Starlin Castro flies out to center fielder Adam Jones.

Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Michael Bourn replaces Chipper Jones.

B:1 S:3 O:3
Michael Bourn out swinging.


AL - Bot 8th
Michael Bourn remains in the game as the designated hitter.

Starlin Castro remains in the game as the shortstop.


Pitcher Change: Craig Kimbrel replaces Cole Hamels.


B:1 S:3 O:1
Asdrubal Cabrera called out on .

B:0 S:3 O:2
Ian Kinsler out swinging.

Coaching visit to mound.

Pitcher Change:
Aroldis Chapman replaces Craig Kimbrel.


B:4 S:2 O:2
Mike Trout walks.

With Mark Trumbo batting, Mike Trout advances to 2nd on defensive indifference.

B:2 S:3 O:3
Mark Trumbo out swinging.

NL 8 - 0 AFTER 8 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: GDT: 7/10/12 - NATIONAL LEAGUE VS AMERICAN LEAGUE - 8:00 p.m. ET   Wed Jul 11, 2012 12:26 am

NL - Top 9th
Pitcher Change: Fernando Rodney replaces Jim Johnson.

Defensive Substitution: Elvis Andrus replaces third baseman Miguel Cabrera, batting 6th, playing third base.


B:2 S:2 O:1
Andrew McCutchen grounds out, third baseman Elvis Andrus to first baseman Joe Mauer.

B:2 S:2 O:2
Jay Bruce grounds out, second baseman Ian Kinsler to first baseman Joe Mauer.

B:0 S:0 O:3
Bryan LaHair grounds out, shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera to first baseman Joe Mauer.


AL - Bot 9th
Pitcher Change: Wade Miley replaces Aroldis Chapman.

B:1 S:2 O:0
Joe Mauer singles on a ground ball to center fielder Andrew McCutchen.

B:3 S:2 O:1
Elvis Andrus grounds into a force out, shortstop Starlin Castro to second baseman Jose Altuve. Joe Mauer out at 2nd. Elvis Andrus to 1st.

Pitcher Change: Joel Hanrahan replaces Wade Miley.

Coaching visit to mound.


With Billy Butler batting, Elvis Andrus advances to 2nd on defensive indifference.

With Billy Butler batting, wild pitch by Joel Hanrahan, Elvis Andrus to 3rd.

B:3 S:3 O:2
Billy Butler out swinging.

Pitcher Change: Jonathan Papelbon replaces Joel Hanrahan.

Coaching visit to mound.


B:1 S:1 O:3
Matt Wieters flies out to right fielder Jay Bruce.

NL WINS 8-0

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