Thursday, April 10, 2003

Reds box, runs



CincinnatiABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Larkin ss411000.219
ABoone 2b400000.200
Dunn lf400004.138
Kearns rf300000.308
Casey 1b403000.290
Larson 3b300001.095
JManzanillo p000000---
GWhite p000000---
Riedling p000000---
JGuillen ph000010.000
Taylor cf301002.308
RMateo ph000010.000
LaRue c310000.231
JAnderson p110010.000
FLopez 3b200001.083
Totals3135038
HoustonABRHBIBBSOAvg.
Biggio cf512001.303
JVizcaino ss401000.222
Bagwell 1b401000.345
Berkman lf210021.182
JKent 2b301100.321
Hidalgo rf411001.346
Ausmus c311110.364
Ensberg 3b100110.000
Merced ph100000.333
Wagner p000000---
WMiller p201000.250
Zaun ph100000.400
Lidge p000000---
Blum ph-3b000010.208
Totals3048353
Cincinnati000030000-351
Houston00030010x-481

E-Dunn (2), WMiller (1). LOB-Cincinnati 7, Houston 9. 2B-Casey (2). 3B-Ausmus (1). RBIs-JKent (2), Ausmus (8), Ensberg (1). SB-Berkman (1). SF-JKent, Ensberg. GIDP-ABoone.

DP-Houston 1 (Ensberg, JKent and Bagwell).

CincinnatiIPHRERBBSONPERA
JAnderson553341868.44
JManzanillo L, 0-2131100206.23
GWhite1/30000152.08
Riedling1 2/300011199.64
HoustonIPHRERBBSONPERA
WMiller653016914.82
Lidge W, 1-0200001240.00
Wagner S, 2100021200.00

HBP-by Lidge (Kearns), by WMiller (Larkin), by WMiller (LaRue).

Umpires-Home, Bruce Froemming; First, Mike Winters; Second, Doug Eddings; Third, Ron Kulpa.

T-2:34. A-20,794 (40,950).

How the runs scored

Astros fourth. Berkman walked on a full count. Kent flied out to right fielder Kearns. Berkman stole second. Hidalgo singled to left, Berkman to third. On Dunn's error, Berkman scored. Hidalgo to second. Ausmus tripled to center, Hidalgo scored. Ensberg hit a sacrifice fly to right fielder Kearns, Ausmus scored. Miller infield single to third. Biggio singled to left, Miller to second. Vizcaino grounded out, pitcher Anderson to first baseman Casey. 3 runs, 4 hits, 1 error, 2 left on. Astros 3, Reds 0.

Reds fifth. Larson struck out. Taylor struck out. LaRue was hit by a pitch. Anderson walked on a full count, LaRue to second. Larkin was hit by a pitch, LaRue to third, Anderson to second. Boone safe on fielder's choice and Miller's error, LaRue scored, Anderson scored, Larkin scored. Dunn struck out. 3 runs, 0 hits, 1 error, 1 left on. Astros 3, Reds 3.

Astros seventh. Biggio singled to left. Vizcaino singled to right, Biggio to second. Bagwell singled to left, Biggio to third, Vizcaino to second. White pitching. Berkman struck out. Riedling pitching. Kent hit a sacrifice fly to center fielder Taylor, Biggio scored. Hidalgo struck out. 1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Astros 4, Reds 3.




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