L.A. Edges Detroit in Late Inning Comeback

September 13th, 2008


Tim’s L.A. team started hot, getting 3 first inning runs off back to back home runs by Rocky and Tom. However, starting pitcher Carlos was left in the game far too long, surrendering 2 runs in the fifth and 3 runs in the sixth before leaving the game. Fortunately, L.A. was able to creep back with a run in each of the last three innings, and hold on to win 6-5. Detroit’s pitching was masterful after the rocky first inning, striking out 7 L.A. players. L.A. will also need to work on their defense if they hope to win much in the future as they committed 5 errors in the field.

Tim: Wins by 1 run ($0.25 + $0.05), 4 HR ($0.20), Back-to-Back HRs ($0.25) = $0.75
Davey: 5 K’s ($0.50) = $0.25
Total: Davey owes Tim $0.50
Lifetime: Davey owes Tim $0.50

Series Lifetime: Tim 1, Davey 0
K’s Lifetime: Tim: 2, Davey 7
HR Lifetime: Tim 4, Davey 0