Thursday, July 12, 2007

Red Sox 07 Game 88

Thursday, July 12    Fenway Park  7:05 PM ET
Tor@ Bos
R.Halladay10-3, 4.46
T. Wakefield 9-8, 4.39
Blue Jays43-44
Red Sox53-34

American League
Boston53 34 - 5-5 52 35
Toronto43 44 10.0 4-6 45 42
New York42 43 10.0 6-449 36
Baltimore 38 49 15.0 4-6 42 45
Tampa34 53 19.01-9 33 54

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From MLB.Com Scouting Report

Blue Jays: Halladay picked up his team-leading 10th victory of the season in his last outing against the Indians. The Jays ace didn't have his best stuff, but he battled through 5 2/3 innings, allowing five runs on nine hits while striking out three. Halladay is now 5-1 since returning from an emergency appendectomy on May 31.

Red Sox: Wakefield left to a standing ovation in his last start against the Devil Rays. Unfortunately for his final line, he also left the bases loaded. All three runners eventually scored, as the Red Sox's setup corps were unable to hold the inherited runners. Ultimately, Wakefield hung on for his ninth win, running his career record against the Rays to 16-2. He owns a more modest 14-9 record against the Blue Jays, but a career ERA of 3.75.

As usual all statistics were found at the day by day database at Baseball Musings and this year at Baseball Reference.

Historical Pitching Lines

R. Halladay27980188 2/32079819471414.671.356.99
T. Wakefield331390215 2/32088616731713.591.306.54

Tim has a pretty good record vs the Jays. The question is which offense will show up tonight, the one who hits Halladay hard or the one who gets shut down?

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