Your Wrap & Recap

Dodgers 6, DiamondBacks 5
Justin Upton hit his first career Grand Slam off Randy Wolf and the Dbacks built a 5-1 lead on the Dodgers. But no lead is safe when you are a bad baseball team. Tony Pena entered the ballgame to load the bases and Daniel Schlereth entered to allow a bases loaded shot off the wall to James Loney, and the Dodgers turned the game over to Jonathan Broxton for the come from behind win.

The Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay improved to 9-1 on the season in this complete game that saw him throw 133 pitches and strike out 14 hitters. Halladay walked only one and the Blue Jays got a home run from Alex Rios, his seventh of the season.
Chipper Jones broke up Randy Wells’ no hitter in the 7th inning. The Braves would then get two runs off Kevin Gregg in the 9th inning to send the game into extra innings. Chipper also singled to left field in the 12th inning to score Yunel Escobar and win the game for the Braves. Jeff Francoeur homered. Kevin Gregg might wanna dress in disguise in Chicago in the near future.
Jorge Posada had a great night, although the Yankees snapped their record error-less streak as a team on this night. Posada drove in 4 runs, accompanied by Robinson Cano who had two hits and two runs scored. A.J. Burnett improved to 4-2 on the season, striking out 8 and walking only one over 7 innings.