> In the first, Joe Blanton had no movement on his pitches, not that he's usually drowning in it, and wound up surrendering two runs after the first two men reached base. Adding to the interest was watching A-Rod get hit, the third time that's happened in the last two games, leading to a warning to both dugouts. That's always good fun, really, when you are rooting for the team that's been doing the plunking, but A-Rod's pointed stare into his dugout more or less gave up any chance that he was going to see vengeance. As always with The Centaur, it's all about A-Rod.
> In the bottom of the first, the home team got a break with a bloop double to left from Shane Victorino, followed by a hammered double to right for Chase Utley. Unfortunately, CC Sabathia owned Ryan Howard, getti ...
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