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1975 World Series: Game 6


The 1975 World Series might have been the greatest World Series ever. And Game 6 might have been the greatest game of that or, perhaps, any World Series.
Prelude
Through five games, the Cincinnati Reds led the Boston Red Sox 3 games to 2. To that point, three of the five games had been decided by one run, including a 10-inning Game 3. The Reds were 2-1 in the one-run games with the Reds and Red Sox trading blowout wins (Boston won Game 1, 6-0; Cincinnati won Game 5, 6-2).

Both of the Red Sox wins in the series had been complete game victories by Luis Tiant. Game 6 was postponed for three days because of rain, which allowed the Red Sox to bring Tiant back to try for his third win to help the Red Sox stave off elimination. The Reds countered with Gary Nolan who had won 15 regular-season games and started Game 3 (which the Reds, but not Nolan, won).

The Game Itself, as it unfolded in real-time
Red Sox Strike First
Luis Tiant worked around a one-out walk and got out of the top of the first inning without allowing a run.

In the bottom of the first, Gary Nolan retired the first two Red Sox, but then gave up back-to-back singles to Carl Yastrzemski and Carlton Fisk. Fred Lynn followed with a 3-run home run and the Red Sox were in business with a 3-0 lead.

Lull 1
For the next three innings, it looked like Lynn's home run might be all of the offense the Red Sox would need. Luis Tiant continued his brilliant postseason. The Reds managed three baserunners over the next three innings - two singles and an E6 - which Tiant worked around fairly easily with three strikeouts and two infield foul outs.

The Red Sox offense also failed to score, despite putting runners on second and third with only one out in both the third and fourth innings.

And so, the game moved to the fifth inning with the Red Sox leading 3-0.

The Reds Strike Back
Cesar Geronimo led off the top of the fifth inning by flying out to right field. But pinch hitter Ed Armbrister drew a walk and Pete Rose singled to center (Armbrister moving to third on the play) and the Reds looked to have their best scoring opportunity of the game so far.

They didn't waste it. Ken Griffey tripled, scoring two runs and one out later, Johnny Bench singled home Griffey.

Tiant struck out Tony Perez to end the inning and the threat. But not before the Reds had tied the score, 3-3.

Lull 2
Clay Carroll, the Reds' fourth pitcher of the game (a good example of how Reds manager, Sparky Anderson, earned the nickname "Captain Hook"), gave up a leadoff single to Carl Yastrzemsi to lead off the bottom of the fifth, but followed that up with three quick outs.

The Reds got two two-out singles - from Geronimo and Terry Crowley - but Pete Rose grounded into an inning-ending force play.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Pedro Borbon (the Reds' fifth pitcher of the game) retired the Red Sox 1-2-3.

The Reds Pour It On
The game entered the seventh inning still tied 3-3. While the Reds were on their fifth pitcher of the game, the Red Sox were sticking with their starter, Luis Tiant. The Reds started the seventh with back-to-back singles by Ken Griffey and Joe Morgan. But Tiant got Johnny Bench and Tony Perez to fly out and it looked like he might still get out of it.

Alas, it was not quite to be. George Foster stroked a double to center field, scoring both Griffey and Morgan, and the Reds had their first lead of the game, 5-3. Tiant did get Dave Concepcion to ground out to end the inning.

Pedro Borbon worked a 1-2-3 bottom of the seventh.

Cesar Geronimo led off the top of the 8th inning with a home run to right field to give the Reds a 6-3 lead and finally prompt Darrell Johnson to pull Tiant. Rogelio Moret retired the first three batters he faced, but the Reds led by three runs and were only six outs away from the franchise's first World Championship since 1940.

Four Outs Away
In the bottom of the 8th inning, the Red Sox started off well. Fred Lynn led things off with a single and Rico Petrocelli followed with a walk. That brought out Sparky Anderson, who brought in his sixth pitcher of the game, Rawley Eastwick.

Eastwick had led the Reds in games finished (40) and saves (22) in 1975 and was one of four Reds relievers to pitch over 90 innings in 1975 (although Clay Carroll did start 2 of his 56 games in amassing 96.1 IP). Relief roles were not always as well defined in 1975 as they are today, but, essentially, Sparky Anderson was calling on his closer to close out the World Series for him.

Eastwick started strong. He struck out Dwight Evans swinging and got Rick Burleson on a soft liner to short left field.

The Red Sox were down to their final out in the 8th inning and four outs away from losing the World Series. The pitcher's spot was due up next and the Red Sox sent up reserve outfielder Bernie Carbo to pinch hit.

This was Bernie Carbo's second World Series. His first had come five years earlier as a member of the Cincinnati Reds. Carbo had gone 0-for-8 in that series as the Reds lost in five games to the Baltimore Orioles. This would be only Carbo's third plate appearance of the 1975 World Series, although he had gotten his first World Series hit three games earlier with a pinch-hit solo home run in the 7th inning of Game 3 (which the Red Sox lost 6-5 in 10 innings).

Carbo had hit well in the 1975 regular season, batting .257/.409/.483 with 15 home runs in 407 plate appearances, but he had gone only 2-for-12 as a regular-season pinch hitter with 1 double, 1 walk, and two RBIs (a batting line of .167/.231/.250). Carbo's pinch-hit home run in Game 3 had been his first pinch-hit home run of the season in his 15th pinch-hit plate appearance.

His second pinch-hit home run came in his 16th pinch-hit plate appearance as Carbo put a 2-2 pitch from Eastwick over the center field fence. Lynn and Petrocelli scored in front of him and suddenly the score was tied 6-6.

Cecil Cooper struck out to end the 8th inning, but it was too late for Eastwick and the Reds. The damage was done and the score was tied, 6-6.

Lull 3
Even the most exciting baseball games have periods where it seems as if nothing happens. But that's part of baseball's charm. You get a chance to catch your breath and savor what just happened, while the anticipation grows, knowing that something exciting could be just around the corner.

And what seems like a lull in retrospect may not feel like a lull at the time. It's one thing to look back at a box score and see that neither the Reds nor Red Sox scored any runs in the 9th, 10th, or 11th innings.

But that misses the fact that the Red Sox loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the ninth inning before Denny Doyle was thrown out at home plate by George Foster (supposedly, Doyle misheard the third base coach's "No, no, no!" shout as "Go, go, go!"). Even looking at the play-by-play can make the game seem less dramatic than it was when you were there. The play-by-play merely shows one out and a runner on first base in the top of the 11th when Joe Morgan flied out to Dwight Evans. What the simple words-on-paper miss is that the ball would have been a 2-run home run if Evans hadn't caught it.

All of which is to say, there really aren't any boring moments in extra innings of a potential elimination game in the World Series.

Inning 12
Johnny Bench led off the top of the 12th inning by fouling out to the catcher. But Tony Perez and George Foster followed with singles to give the Reds their best scoring chance since at least the 10th inning. But Rick Wise settled down and got Dave Concepcion on a fly ball to right field. Cesar Geronimo then struck out swinging and the game moved on to the bottom of the 12th inning, still tied at 6.

Carlton Fisk led off the bottom of the 12th inning for the Red Sox. The first pitch was a ball. On the second pitch, this happened!

The Red Sox lived to fight another day.

Final Score: Red Sox, 7; Reds, 6

Player Wins and Losses for Game 6
Details of the game are shown below. First, I show Player won-lost records for all of the players who participated in the game. Baseball Player won-lost records are constructed so that the players on the winning team earn two pWins and one pLoss in the game while the players on the losing team earn one pWin and two pLosses. I also show expected wins and losses, eWins and eLosses, which are context-neutral. Full play by play details of the game are shown below the won-lost tables. My Player won-lost records are described in more detail in this article and throughout my website.

Retrosheet Box Score and Play-by-Play


Runs by Inning

 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112 Final
Cincinnati Reds0000302100006
Boston Red Sox3000000300017


Player Won-Lost Records by Player: Summary

Basic Player Won-Lost Records
(sorted by net pWins)
pWins pLosses Net pWins eWins eLosses Net eWins
 
Cincinnati Reds
George Foster0.290.12
0.17
0.280.110.17
Clay Carroll0.030.02
0.01
0.050.020.03
Ed Armbrister0.010.00
0.01
0.030.000.03
Terry Crowley0.010.00
0.01
0.040.000.03
Will McEnaney0.030.02
0.01
0.020.010.01
Jack Billingham0.020.01
0.01
0.050.05-0.00
Pete Rose Sr.0.070.08
-0.00
0.130.110.01
Darrel Chaney0.000.01
-0.01
0.000.02-0.02
Fred Norman0.010.02
-0.01
0.030.07-0.04
Ken Griffey Sr.0.100.11
-0.02
0.140.17-0.03
Pedro Borbon Sr.0.050.09
-0.03
0.100.11-0.01
Dave Concepcion0.060.11
-0.04
0.130.110.02
Dan Driessen0.000.05
-0.05
0.000.02-0.02
Tony Perez0.040.10
-0.06
0.120.110.01
Johnny Bench0.040.11
-0.07
0.040.11-0.07
Cesar Geronimo0.030.12
-0.08
0.170.090.09
Joe L. Morgan0.060.18
-0.11
0.090.14-0.05
Pat Darcy0.080.19
-0.12
0.090.13-0.03
Gary Nolan0.020.20
-0.18
0.100.19-0.09
Rawly Eastwick0.050.47
-0.42
0.060.21-0.14
Team Totals12
-1
1.691.80-0.11
   
   
Boston Red Sox
Bernie Carbo0.400.03
0.37
0.140.040.10
Carlton Fisk0.290.04
0.25
0.280.090.19
Dick Drago0.190.05
0.14
0.130.070.05
Rick Wise0.130.02
0.11
0.060.020.04
Fred Lynn0.240.14
0.10
0.230.170.05
Luis Tiant0.280.18
0.09
0.370.45-0.08
Carl Yastrzemski0.160.09
0.07
0.170.140.04
Dwight Evans0.100.07
0.03
0.120.100.03
Roger Moret0.010.00
0.01
0.050.000.05
Rico Petrocelli0.050.07
-0.02
0.040.11-0.07
Rick Miller0.000.02
-0.02
0.000.02-0.02
Rick Burleson0.080.12
-0.03
0.110.20-0.09
Denny Doyle0.070.11
-0.04
0.100.15-0.06
Cecil Cooper0.000.05
-0.05
0.010.12-0.11
Team Totals21
1
1.801.690.11


Player Won-Lost Records by Player: Detail

Player Won-Lost Records: Batting
(sorted by net pWins)
pWins pLosses Net pWins eWins eLosses Net eWins
 
Cincinnati Reds
Ken Griffey Sr.0.080.04
0.04
0.130.090.04
George Foster0.140.10
0.04
0.140.080.06
Terry Crowley0.010.00
0.01
0.040.000.03
Ed Armbrister0.010.00
0.01
0.030.000.03
Pete Rose Sr.0.050.05
0.00
0.100.070.04
Pedro Borbon Sr.0.000.00
-0.00
0.000.02-0.02
Darrel Chaney0.000.01
-0.01
0.000.02-0.02
Tony Perez0.030.07
-0.05
0.070.09-0.02
Dan Driessen0.000.05
-0.05
0.000.02-0.02
Johnny Bench0.040.11
-0.07
0.040.10-0.07
Dave Concepcion0.020.10
-0.08
0.040.10-0.07
Cesar Geronimo0.030.12
-0.09
0.160.080.08
Joe L. Morgan0.030.15
-0.12
0.040.12-0.08
Team Totals0.440.80
-0.36
0.780.80-0.02
   
   
Boston Red Sox
Bernie Carbo0.340.01
0.33
0.130.020.11
Carlton Fisk0.240.03
0.21
0.200.060.14
Fred Lynn0.230.08
0.15
0.210.090.12
Carl Yastrzemski0.120.04
0.08
0.120.080.05
Denny Doyle0.060.04
0.01
0.080.080.00
Rick Burleson0.060.07
-0.01
0.080.10-0.02
Rico Petrocelli0.040.06
-0.01
0.030.08-0.05
Luis Tiant0.000.02
-0.01
0.000.05-0.04
Rick Miller0.000.02
-0.02
0.000.02-0.02
Dwight Evans0.010.05
-0.04
0.050.08-0.03
Cecil Cooper0.000.05
-0.05
0.000.11-0.11
Team Totals1.100.46
0.64
0.900.750.14


Player Won-Lost Records: Baserunning
(sorted by net pWins)
pWins pLosses Net pWins eWins eLosses Net eWins
 
Cincinnati Reds
Dave Concepcion0.020.00
0.02
0.050.000.05
Joe L. Morgan0.020.00
0.02
0.020.000.02
Ed Armbrister0.000.00
0.00
0.010.000.01
Cesar Geronimo0.000.00
0.00
0.010.000.01
Terry Crowley0.000.00
0.00
0.000.000.00
George Foster0.000.00
-0.00
0.000.000.00
Johnny Bench0.000.00
-0.00
0.000.00-0.00
Tony Perez0.000.02
-0.02
0.010.010.00
Pete Rose Sr.0.000.02
-0.02
0.000.04-0.03
Ken Griffey Sr.0.000.03
-0.03
0.010.03-0.02
Team Totals0.040.07
-0.03
0.100.070.03
   
   
Boston Red Sox
Carl Yastrzemski0.010.00
0.00
0.020.000.01
Fred Lynn0.000.00
0.00
0.000.000.00
Rick Burleson0.000.00
0.00
0.000.000.00
Carlton Fisk0.000.00
0.00
0.000.00-0.00
Rico Petrocelli0.000.00
0.00
0.000.00-0.00
Dwight Evans0.000.00
0.00
0.000.000.00
Denny Doyle0.010.05
-0.03
0.010.04-0.03
Team Totals0.030.05
-0.03
0.130.120.01


Player Won-Lost Records: Pitching
(sorted by net pWins)
pWins pLosses Net pWins eWins eLosses Net eWins
 
Cincinnati Reds
Clay Carroll0.030.02
0.01
0.050.020.03
Will McEnaney0.030.02
0.01
0.020.010.01
Jack Billingham0.020.01
0.01
0.050.05-0.00
Fred Norman0.010.02
-0.01
0.030.07-0.04
Pedro Borbon Sr.0.050.08
-0.03
0.100.090.01
Pat Darcy0.080.19
-0.12
0.090.13-0.03
Gary Nolan0.020.20
-0.18
0.100.19-0.09
Rawly Eastwick0.050.47
-0.42
0.060.21-0.14
Team Totals0.271.00
-0.73
0.640.89-0.25
   
   
Boston Red Sox
Dick Drago0.190.05
0.14
0.130.070.05
Rick Wise0.130.02
0.11
0.060.020.04
Luis Tiant0.270.17
0.11
0.370.40-0.03
Roger Moret0.010.00
0.01
0.050.000.05
Team Totals0.600.24
0.36
0.600.500.10


Player Won-Lost Records: Fielding
(sorted by net pWins)
pWins pLosses Net pWins eWins eLosses Net eWins
 
Cincinnati Reds
George Foster0.150.02
0.13
0.140.030.11
Dave Concepcion0.020.01
0.01
0.040.010.03
Pete Rose Sr.0.020.01
0.01
0.020.010.01
Tony Perez0.020.01
0.01
0.040.020.02
Cesar Geronimo0.000.00
0.00
0.010.000.01
Johnny Bench0.000.00
-0.00
0.000.01-0.00
Joe L. Morgan0.020.03
-0.01
0.030.030.01
Ken Griffey Sr.0.010.05
-0.03
0.010.05-0.05
Team Totals0.240.12
0.12
0.300.160.14
   
   
Boston Red Sox
Dwight Evans0.080.01
0.07
0.070.020.05
Carlton Fisk0.050.01
0.04
0.080.030.05
Bernie Carbo0.050.02
0.03
0.020.02-0.00
Cecil Cooper0.000.01
-0.00
0.010.01-0.00
Rico Petrocelli0.010.02
-0.00
0.010.03-0.02
Carl Yastrzemski0.040.05
-0.01
0.040.06-0.02
Denny Doyle0.000.02
-0.02
0.010.03-0.02
Rick Burleson0.030.05
-0.02
0.030.11-0.08
Fred Lynn0.010.07
-0.06
0.020.08-0.06
Team Totals0.270.25
0.03
0.280.39-0.11




Play-by-Play Summary

Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 1st Inning
7rosep001tianl101010.00000.01270.00000.0221
Wgrifk001tianl101110.00890.00000.02680.0000
2/FLmorgj001tianl101grifk001120.00040.01360.00090.0191
Kbencj101tianl101grifk001230.00010.00880.00020.0197
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 1st Inning
8coopc001nolag101010.00000.00760.00000.0204
31doyld102nolag101120.00000.00500.00000.0205
S9/Lyastc101nolag101220.00650.00080.04210.0070
S7.1-2fiskc001nolag101yastc101220.01250.00070.04780.0048
HR/89D.2-H;1-Hlynnf001nolag101fiskc001yastc101220.18580.00000.12730.0005
8/F78Dpetrr101nolag101230.00000.00190.00000.0204
Total Runs Scored:3
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 2nd Inning
Kperet001tianl101010.00000.00990.00000.0195
3/FLfostg001tianl101120.00000.00650.00000.0182
8concd001tianl101230.00000.00410.00000.0204
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 2nd Inning
K/Cevand002nolag101010.00000.00390.00000.0195
3/Gburlr001nolag101120.00000.00280.00000.0205
K/Ctianl101nolag101230.00000.00170.00000.0195
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 3rd Inning
Kgeroc101tianl101010.00000.01030.00000.0195
7/F78Dchand101tianl101120.00000.00790.00000.0221
S8/Lrosep001tianl101220.00380.00040.03740.0030
143grifk001tianl101rosep001230.00010.00860.00040.0191
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 3rd Inning
6/P5Dcoopc001normf101010.00000.00380.00000.0186
D9/9Ldoyld102normf101110.01120.00000.05610.0000
4/Pyastc101normf101doyld102120.00010.00580.00030.0205
Ifiskc001normf101doyld102220.00600.00000.00650.0003
W.2-3;1-2lynnf001normf101fiskc001doyld102220.00580.00000.02690.0005
Kpetrr101billj101lynnf001fiskc001doyld102230.00000.00850.00000.0206
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 4th Inning
43morgj001tianl101010.00000.01120.00000.0204
K/Cbencj101tianl101120.00000.00690.00000.0195
S9/Lperet001tianl101220.00400.00090.04210.0070
E6/TH2.1-3;B-1fostg001tianl101peret001220.00920.00390.03680.0088
3/FLconcd001tianl101fostg001peret001230.00030.01790.00200.0189
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 4th Inning
DGR/9Devand002billj101000.01450.00000.04900.0000
Wburlr001billj101evand002000.00270.00010.02690.0003
34/SH.2-3;1-2tianl101billj101burlr001evand002010.00310.00270.00430.0067
3/Gcoopc001billj101burlr001evand002120.00010.01590.00110.0323
43doyld102billj101burlr001evand002230.00000.00890.00030.0213
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 5th Inning
9geroc101tianl101010.00000.01290.00000.0225
Warmbe101tianl101110.00940.00000.02680.0000
S8.1-3rosep001tianl101armbe101110.01790.00180.04680.0023
T/78XDW.3-H;1-Hgrifk001tianl101rosep001armbe101110.05210.00050.07030.0008
5/Pmorgj001tianl101grifk001120.00090.03010.00120.0183
S7/7DW.3-Hbencj101tianl101grifk001220.04080.00290.03540.0054
Kperet001tianl101bencj101230.00010.01230.00020.0197
Total Runs Scored:3
 
Bottom of 5th Inning
S7yastc101carrc103000.02610.00260.03540.0048
54(1)/FOfiskc001carrc103yastc101010.01520.02210.01590.0344
7/F7Slynnf001carrc103fiskc001120.00050.01470.00090.0227
64(1)/FOpetrr101carrc103fiskc001230.00010.00940.00030.0205
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 6th Inning
13/G1fostg001tianl101010.00000.01790.00000.0189
9concd001tianl101120.00000.01300.00000.0225
S7/Ggeroc101tianl101220.00590.00100.03010.0010
S6/G.1-2crowt101tianl101geroc101220.01510.00450.04530.0048
6(1)/FOrosep001tianl101crowt101geroc101230.00010.03050.00070.0208
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 6th Inning
43evand002borbp101010.00000.01110.00000.0204
Wburlr001borbp101110.02020.00000.02680.0000
K/BFtianl101borbp101burlr001120.00040.01270.00080.0196
43coopc001borbp101burlr001230.00010.01060.00040.0207
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 7th Inning
S9/Ggrifk001tianl101000.02090.00240.03070.0035
S7.1-2morgj001tianl101grifk001000.03050.01310.03890.0089
7/F7Dbencj101tianl101morgj001grifk001010.00060.04190.00050.0232
9.2-3peret001tianl101morgj001grifk001120.00120.03710.00170.0245
D8/8XDW.3-H;1-Hfostg001tianl101morgj001grifk001220.09710.00120.08360.0008
63concd001tianl101fostg001230.00000.01150.00030.0206
Total Runs Scored:2
 
Bottom of 7th Inning
6/Pdoyld102borbp101010.00000.01280.00000.0186
43yastc101borbp101120.00000.00900.00000.0204
63fiskc001borbp101230.00000.00540.00000.0203
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 8th Inning
HR/9Dgeroc101tianl101000.02410.00000.12710.0000
3/Gborbp101morer101010.00000.00370.00000.0205
13/G1rosep001morer101120.00000.00260.00000.0189
8grifk001morer101230.00000.00180.00000.0204
Total Runs Scored:1
 
Bottom of 8th Inning
S/G1lynnf001borbp101000.03090.00620.04820.0145
W.1-2petrr101borbp101lynnf001000.04240.00020.02810.0002
Kevand002eastr101petrr101lynnf001010.00040.01980.00070.0199
7/L7Sburlr001eastr101petrr101lynnf001120.03690.05240.02780.0575
HR/8D.2-H;1-Hcarbb101eastr101petrr101lynnf001220.34480.00000.12730.0005
Kcoopc001eastr101230.00000.00740.00000.0195
Total Runs Scored:3
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 9th Inning
3/FLmorgj001dragd101010.00000.02980.00000.0182
53bencj101dragd101120.00000.02120.00000.0194
3/FLperet001dragd101230.00000.01500.00000.0182
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 9th Inning
Wdoyld102eastr101000.04400.00000.02680.0000
S9.1-3yastc101eastr101doyld102000.09600.01230.04860.0061
IW.1-2fiskc001mcenw101yastc101doyld102000.01240.00030.01440.0008
7/DP.3XH(72)lynnf001mcenw101fiskc001yastc101doyld102020.01070.10350.00870.0896
53petrr101mcenw101fiskc001yastc101230.00040.03560.00110.0199
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 10th Inning
63fostg001dragd101010.00000.03070.00000.0203
S8concd001dragd101110.02210.00370.03170.0023
SB2geroc101dragd101concd001110.01940.00000.05400.0002
Kgeroc101dragd101concd001120.00000.04360.00010.0198
7/F7Sdried001dragd101concd001230.00000.05440.00030.0225
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 10th Inning
13evand002darcp101010.00000.02030.00000.0189
6/Pburlr001darcp101120.00000.01440.00000.0186
Kcarbb101darcp101230.00000.01010.00000.0195
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 11th Inning
HProsep001dragd101000.03130.00000.02680.0000
26(1)/FO/BGgrifk001dragd101rosep001010.00090.04920.00400.0875
9(B)36(1)/DP/F9DWmorgj001dragd101grifk001130.00020.07490.00060.0521
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 11th Inning
7millr001darcp101010.00000.02220.00000.0221
63doyld102darcp101120.00000.01470.00000.0203
63yastc101darcp101230.00000.01130.00000.0203
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Baserunner on _ BaseOuts at _ of PlayTotal pWins byTotal eWins by
Play ResultBatterPitcher1st2nd3rdStartEndOffenseDefenseOffenseDefense
Top of 12th Inning
2/FLbencj101wiser101010.00000.02980.00000.0180
S8/Gperet001wiser101110.02060.00080.02870.0012
S7/F.1-2fostg001wiser101peret001110.04860.05710.04430.0216
9concd001wiser101fostg001peret001120.00210.05110.00840.0198
K/Cgeroc101wiser101fostg001peret001230.00020.04920.00060.0200
Total Runs Scored:0
 
Bottom of 12th Inning
HR/7LDfiskc001darcp101000.19380.00000.12710.0000
Total Runs Scored:1
 

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