Matt Harrison saw his ERA rise to 5.43 with Monday afternoon's loss. (LM Otero/AP)
By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com
With the Rangers opening a seven-game homestand, Matt Harrison looked nothing like the pitcher who strung together 22 straight scoreless innings earlier this season. The Yankees chased Harrison after five sluggish innings, and aside from a couple of isolated doubles, the Rangers had no answer for Phil Hughes.
BATTING 2B: Cruz, N (9, Hughes, P), Hamilton (4, Hughes, P), Teagarden (2, Hughes, P). HR:
Cruz, N (12, 9th inning off Aceves, A, 0 on, 1 out). TB: Hamilton 2; Cruz, N 6; Teagarden 2. RBI:
Cruz, N (32). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Teagarden 2; Byrd; Kinsler. Team
RISP: 0-for-8. Team LOB: 5.
BASERUNNING SB: Cruz, N (8, 3rd base off Hughes,
P/Cash), Blalock (1, 2nd base off Hughes, P/Cash).
HBP: Teixeira (by Benson), Blalock (by Hughes, P). Pitches-strikes: Hughes, P 101-65,
Aceves, A 8-7, Harrison, M 96-61, Benson 60-35, Madrigal 16-10. Groundouts-flyouts: Hughes, P 6-7,
Aceves, A 1-1, Harrison, M 6-5, Benson 3-3, Madrigal 2-0. Batters faced: Hughes, P 29, Aceves, A 4,
Harrison, M 26, Benson 18, Madrigal 4. Umpires: HP: Tom Hallion. 1B: Jerry Crawford. 2B: Mike Muchlinski.
3B: Phil Cuzzi. Weather: 84 degrees, sunny. Wind: 6 mph, Out to CF. T: 2:35. Att:
48,914. Venue: Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. May 25, 2009 May 25, 2009
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