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It's just something that I had when I was coming up [with the Angels]. I had Darin Erstad, Tim Salmon, Garret Anderson , [ John] Lackey , Adam Kennedy. I had so many guys that I looked up to and how they played the game and they showed
Hell, when we watched the A’s battle the Angels on TV from the Red Sox clubhouse, we wanted to know what Garret Anderson ’s average was up to and were served that information every time he walked to the plate in the form of a graphic
In the first, a pair of walks sandwiched around a Manny Ramirez single loaded the bases. But Buchholz struck out Garret Anderson on a fastball and then retired Casey Blake on a comebacker. Then in the second, with runners on first and second and one
TRADE PENNY NOW? Brad Penny gave up just two runs in six innings Sunday, coming on solo homers by Chipper Jones and Garret Anderson , respectively. Since May 3 Penny is 4-3 with a 3.74 ERA. Penny has gotten at least one out in the sixth inning
first and third in the seventh inning, Blanco grounded a 1-0 knuckler from Wakefield back up the middle, scoring Garret Anderson with the Braves' third run. That hit would conclude Wakefield's 82-pitch outing, but not his line, as reliever
homer, a Yunel Escobar single, a Chipper Jones double, a walk to Brian McCann, and a run-scoring free pass to Garret Anderson . The hurler did get out of the first inning, no-out, bases-loaded jam thanks to a Matt Diaz strikeout and Casey
face anyone in the Dodgers lineup, except for one: Garret Anderson . Keep an eye out for that matchup as the former Angel ..... the Los Angeles starter. Dodgers vs. Clay Buchholz Garret Anderson (9 plate appearances against Buchholz): .556 BA
to earn a loss. Through his time with the Angels, Garret Anderson holds the most experience against Wakefield of anyone ..... McDonald and Daniel Nava. Dodgers vs. Tim Wakefield Garret Anderson (72 career plate appearances against Wakefield
designating Boof Bonser for assignment, labored in the ninth inning. He allowed a homer to Dodgers left-handed hitter Garret Anderson , one of three hits against him in an appearance where he recorded just one out. That, in turn, forced the Sox
The Red Sox managed just five hits while starter Brad Penny allowed home runs to Chipper Jones and Garret Anderson and the Braves took the series finale over the Sox, 2-1, Sunday in Atlanta. The Red Sox did get the tying run on base in the
Chipper Jones - .310/.375/.452 (1 HR 10 RBI, 3 SO) Nate McLouth - .200/.200/.300 (0 HR 0 RBI, 1 SO) Garret Anderson - .222/.222/.333 (0 HR 1 RBI, 1 SO) Dave Ross - .111/.111/.222 (0 HR 0 RBI, 3 SO) Jeff Francoeur
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