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AL Boxscore NY Yankees vs. Minnesota


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NY Yankees «10200003410141
Minnesota300001000482
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W:J.Chamberlain(1-0) L:J.Burton(1-6)
HR: NYY- R.Cano 2 (19) MIN- C.Parmelee (8)


NY YankeesABRHRBI2B3BHRWKAVG
Brett Gardner CF512010002.288
Jayson Nix SS521010001.236
Robinson Cano 2B443310210.293
Vernon Wells RF302000000.228
  Ichiro Suzuki PH-RF211000000.271
Travis Hafner DH411100010.223
Zoilo Almonte LF513200000.342
Lyle Overbay 1B401000011.240
Chris Stewart C400200011.252
David Adams 3B500000001.178
Totals411014830246 
 
MinnesotaABRHRBI2B3BHRWKAVG
Clete Thomas CF410000012.256
Brian Dozier 2B412010010.233
Ryan Doumit C512200000.236
Justin Morneau 1B300000011.288
Trevor Plouffe DH300000010.268
Oswaldo Arcia LF401100001.283
Chris Parmelee RF312110110.234
Jamey Carroll 3B301000000.219
  Joe Mauer PH100000001.319
  Pedro Florimon SS000000000.232
Eduardo Escobar SS-3B400000002.213
Totals3448420157 


E_A.Pettitte, J.Carroll, J.Burton. LOB_NY Yankees 8, Minnesota 9. 2B_B.Gardner, J.Nix, R.Cano, B.Dozier, C.Parmelee. HR_R.Cano (18) off S.Diamond, R.Cano (19) off S.Diamond, C.Parmelee (8) off A.Pettitte. SB_Z.Almonte (3). GIDP_T.Hafner, R.Doumit. DP_NY Yankees 1 (R.Cano, J.Nix and L.Overbay); Minnesota 1 (B.Dozier, E.Escobar and J.Morneau).

NY YankeesIPHRERBBSOHRPC-STERA
Andy Pettitte5.0644421102-604.40
Shawn Kelley1.00000109-64.06
Joba Chamberlain (W 1-0)1.000010011-55.75
David Robertson (H 18)1.010003021-132.51
Mariano Rivera1.010001017-131.50
 
MinnesotaIPHRERBBSOHRPC-STERA
Scott Diamond6.273215294-545.18
Casey Fien (H 9)0.10000002-13.55
Jared Burton (L 1-6;B 5)0.133300011-74.29
Brian Duensing1.144321035-184.55
Josh Roenicke0.100010018-113.34


A.Pettitte pitched to 1 batter in the 6th.

PB_R.Doumit.
IBB_off B.Duensing (R.Cano).
HBP_by J.Chamberlain (J.Morneau).
WP_S.Diamond 2, B.Duensing.
T_3:22. A_29619.
Umpires_Home,Jim Joyce; First, Cory Blaser; Second, Jeff Nelson; Third, Ed Hickox.