CHI 3, ATL 1 (11inns) W-Regan 4-1 L-Doyle 2-1 HR-Hickman(6) Hickman walk-off HR.
MON 10, SD 2 W-Robertson 4-4 L-Santorini 2-9 Laboy 5 rbi.
SF 6, NY 1 W-Perry 8-2 L-Gentry 5-3
PHI 3, LA 1 W-G.Jackson 4-5 L-Osteen 4-2
HOU 5, PIT 4 W-Womack 3-1 L-Dal Canton 2-3 S-Gladding(2) HR-Blefary(4)
PIT 5, HOU 1 W-Bunning 3-5 L-Griffin 2-6
STL 5, CIN 3 W-Carlton 7-3 L-Merritt 3-6 S-Waslewski(2) HR-A.Johnson(6)
|Coco adds a trophy to his shopping cart.|
|He drank Pepsi and ate Mentos and suddenly exploded.|
The Phillies actually won their second in a row, downing the Dodgers at Shibe. Lefty Grant Jackson did what Grant Jackson usually does, pitching brilliantly until the 8th, and then losing steam. However, a tired G-Jax is still a better option than the Quaker bullpen, and this time he was able to hang on and secure the win. Yes, the Phillies won, but Rich Allen is still an enigma, hitting less than .120 since returning to the lineup.
|He isn't here to make friends. Ask Lefty.|
|He may be quite good some day!|
|Doctors rub some dirt on Bob Burda.|