Cardinals win 6th straight game



Ryan Howard hit his 30th home run of the season for Philadelphia.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals' rash of extra-inning games has been very good for Braden Looper's bottom line.
Looper earned his third victory in as many outings in a 2-1, 10-inning victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday.
LOS ANGELESST. LOUIS
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Furcal ss5110Eckstin ss5110
JoCruz cf5000Tguchi lf4000
Grcprr 1b4000Rdrgez ph1000
JDrew rf4031Pujols 1b3121
JKent 2b3000Rolen 3b4011
Ethier lf4010JEcrcn rf4010
Izturis 3b3000Edmnd cf4010
THall c4010Luna 2b4010
Hndrck p3000YMolna c4010
Brxtn p0000Suppan p2000
Ledee ph1000Spiezio ph0000
DBaez p0000Wnwrgt p0000
Looper p0000
Duncan ph1000
Totals36161Totals36282
Los Angeles1000000000--1
St. Louis0000010001--2
Two outs when winning run scored.
E--Furcal (19). LOB--Los Angeles 11, St. Louis 9. 2B--Furcal (15), JDrew (17), Pujols (12), Edmonds (14), YMolina (16). HR--Pujols (31). CS--Pujols (1).
IPHRERBBSO
Los Angeles
Hendrickson6 2-351124
Broxton1 1-300012
DBaez L,5-51 2-331010
St. Louis
Suppan751126
Wainwright110021
Looper W,6-1200012
HBP--by Suppan (Garciaparra). Umpires--Home, Greg Gibson; First, Chris Guccione; Second, Charlie Reliford; Third, Larry Vanover. T--3:09. A--46,068.
Cubs 9, Mets 2
CHICAGO -- Carlos Zambrano allowed three hits in six innings to win his sixth straight decision and the Cubs used a five-run sixth inning to send Tom Glavine to his first loss since April 24.
NEW YORKCHICAGO
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Vlentin 2b4120Pierre cf5010
L Duca c4000Theriot 2b4220
Beltran cf3100DeLee 1b3210
CDlgdo 1b4011ARmrz 3b3122
Wright 3b3010Nevin rf2000
CFloyd lf3000JJones rf3100
Chavez rf3011Murton lf4222
Felicno p0000NPerez ss4122
Owens p0000HBlnco c3012
Maine p0000CZmro p2010
Mrrero ph1000Pagan ph1010
Wdwrd ss3000Eyre p0000
TGlvin p2000Mabry ph0001
Brdford p0000Howry p0000
Nady rf2000Dmpstr p0000
Totals32252Totals349139
New York000002000--2
Chicago00000540x--9
E--Woodward (4), ARamirez (5). DP--New York 2, Chicago 1. LOB--New York 7, Chicago 8. 2B--Theriot (1), HBlanco (6). 3B--Valentin (3), Theriot (1). SB--Theriot (1), CZambrano (1). SF--Mabry.
IPHRERBBSO
New York
TGlavine L,11-3543333
Bradford1-332200
Feliciano2-310000
Owens144421
Maine110010
Chicago
CZambrano W,9-3632247
Eyre110000
Howry110000
Dempster100001
TGlavine pitched to 3 batters in the 6th. WP--Eyre. Umpires--Home, C.B. Bucknor; First, John Hirschbeck; Second, Wally Bell; Third, Mark Carlson. T--3:02. A--41,368.
Phillies 14, Giants 6
SAN FRANCISCO -- Pat Burrell went 4-for-4, hit his 20th home run, and drove in four runs, and Ryan Howard hit his 30th shot of the season to power the Phillies.
PHILASAN FRAN
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Rollins ss7220Winn cf5011
Utley 2b5121Vizquel ss4110
BAbreu rf4210Alou rf3212
Burrell lf4244Bonds lf3110
Fultz p0000Crreia p0000
Rhodes p0000JVzcno ph1000
Dllucci ph1111Drham 2b5010
Geary p0000Feliz 3b5131
Howard 1b5222Niekro 1b3111
Rwand cf4221Wilson p0000
DaBell 3b5131Linden lf2011
Lbrthal c4001TGreen c4010
Lidle p1100Lowry p1000
RiWhte p0000Hnnssy p1000
Nunez ph1000MaSwy 1b1000
Vctrno lf2012
Totals43141813Totals386116
Philadelphia021312104--14
San Francisco210020100--6
E--Burrell (2), DaBell (13), Niekro (5). LOB--Philadelphia 14, San Francisco 10. 2B--Utley (26), Burrell (13), Dellucci (9), Howard (11), DaBell 2 (17), Feliz (22). 3B--Rollins (4), Feliz (5). HR--Burrell (20), Howard (30), Alou (11). SB--BAbreu (19), Winn (5), Vizquel (12), Bonds (3). S--Lidle. SF--Utley, Lieberthal.
IPHRERBBSO
Philadelphia
Lidle W,6-75 2-385442
RiWhite1-300000
Fultz121100
Rhodes100010
Geary110001
San Francisco
Lowry L,4-63 2-366633
Hennessey243221
Wilson1 1-321121
Correia264401
HBP--by Correia (Lieberthal), by Lowry (Rowand). WP--RiWhite. PB--TGreene. Umpires--Home, Rob Drake; First, Angel Hernandez; Second, Hunter Wendelstedt; Third, Sam Holbrook. T--3:38. A--41,401.
Astros 12, Marlins 0
MIAMI -- Andy Pettitte struck out 10 in seven sharp innings and Adam Everett had a career-high four hits for Houston. Everett also tied a career high with four RBIs.
HOUSTONFLORIDA
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Biggio 2b5010HaRmz ss4020
Tveras cf1000Uggla 2b4010
Lamb 1b4100MiCbr 3b4000
Burke cf5322Tnkrsly p0000
Brkmn rf5222Wlnhm lf2010
Sprger p0000CRoss rf4000
Brntlett 3b1000Jacobs 1b3010
Huff 3b5220Herges p0000
TreMllr p0000Amzga 3b1000
PrWlsn lf3210Olivo c4000
Scott rf2111Abrcrm cf4010
Asmus c5032Jhnson p1000
AEvrtt ss4144Borchd ph0000
Pettitte p1011Petit p0000
OPlmro lf1010Helms 1b1000
Totals42121812Totals32060
Houston022000440--12
Florida000000000--0
E--CRoss (1), Abercrombie (5). DP--Houston 1. LOB--Houston 12, Florida 8. 2B--Burke (18), Scott (1), AEverett (14), Willingham (18). HR--Burke (6), Berkman (25). CS--Lamb (3). S--Pettitte 3.
IPHRERBBSO
Houston
Pettitte W,8-97500210
Springer110010
TreMiller100003
Florida
Johnson L,8-5564446
Petit1 2-354421
Herges1 1-364300
Tankersley110002
WP--Springer. PB--Ausmus. Umpires--Home, Laz Diaz; First, Rick Reed; Second, Tim Tschida; Third, Ted Barrett. T--2:57. A--14,146.
Reds 3, Rockies 2
CINCINNATI -- Chris Denorfia singled past shortstop Clint Barmes with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth inning, rallying the Reds over the slumping Colorado Rockies.
COLORADOCINCINNATI
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Carroll 2b5000Dnorfia rf5012
Sllivan cf5020Dunn lf4010
Helton 1b5010Grf Jr. cf2110
Hlliday lf4110Aurilia 3b4010
Atkins 3b4130Httberg 1b4021
Hawpe rf3010BPhllps 2b3100
Trralba c3010Clayton ss4010
Piedra ph1012LaRue c2000
Fremn pr0000Wise pr0100
TMartn p0000Arroyo p2000
Mesa p0000Freel ph0000
Fentes p0000Merckr p0000
Qntnlla ss2000Mjwski p0000
Barmes ss1010Bray p0000
Cook p2000EEcrcn ph0000
Closser c1000
Totals362112Totals30373
Colorado000000020--2
Cincinnati000001002--3
DP--Colorado 2, Cincinnati 1. LOB--Colorado 10, Cincinnati 8. 2B--Atkins (28), Piedra (2), Hatteberg (20). SB--Barmes (4), BPhillips (17), Freel (21). CS--Clayton (4). S--Cook.
IPHRERBBSO
Colorado
Cook761133
TMartin1-300000
Mesa2-300000
Fuentes L,2-3 2-312212
Cincinnati
Arroyo780015
Mercker1-300000
Majewski2-332212
Bray W,2-1100000
HBP--by Fuentes (EEncarnacion), by Fuentes (LaRue), by TMartin (Griffey Jr.). Umpires--Home, Ed Rapuano; First, Tony Randazzo; Second, Jim Wolf; Third, Joe West. T--2:49. A--35,396.
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