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San Francisco at Philadelphia

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Philadelphia (18-14) «002020011670

Burrell's bat powers Phils past Giants, Manuel to 500th career victory

CBSSports.com wire reports
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PHILADELPHIA -- During last season's run to the playoffs the Philadelphia Phillies rallied to win a major league-best 48 games.

They're beginning to show the same type of resiliency in 2008.

Pat Burrell had two doubles and two RBI to lead the Philadelphia Phillies past the San Francisco Giants 6-5 on Sunday for manager Charlie Manuel's 500th career victory. It was the 10th come-from-behind victory for the NL East-leading Phillies.

"We're finding ways to get it done," Burrell said. "It wasn't pretty, but we found a way to rally."

Shane Victorino had two hits and Carlos Ruiz homered for the Phillies. Philadelphia won in the bottom of the ninth when second baseman Eugenio Velez couldn't handle Geoff Jenkins' sharp grounder, allowing Ryan Howard to score from second.

"I was thinking, 'just score all the way,' " Howard said.

The Phillies took two of three from the Giants thanks to the error.

"The ball can't get by him there," San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy said.

Brad Lidge (1-0) pitched a scoreless ninth for the victory.

Lidge pitched for the fourth consecutive game and needed only five pitches to get through the inning.

"I felt fine," Lidge said. "I told (pitching coach) Rich Dubee I wanted to throw."

Keiichi Yabu (2-2) took the loss for the Giants. Yabu walked Howard and Burrell with two outs, setting up Jenkins' at-bat.

Burrell is second in the National League with 30 RBI and has reached base in 30 straight games. His two-run double in the third inning scored Victorino and Eric Bruntlett for a 2-0 advantage.

"I'm seeing the ball well," Burrell said. "I feel like I've had some good at-bats recently."

San Francisco tied the game at 2 in the fourth on an RBI single by Jose Castillo and an RBI double by Rich Aurilia.

The Phillies eventually went ahead 4-2 on a pair of unearned runs in the fifth -- a wild pitch by Tim Lincecum, which allowed Victorino to score and a sacrifice fly by Geoff Jenkins, scoring Bruntlett.

Aurilia was 3-for-3 for the Giants with two doubles and a two-run home run off Cole Hamels in the sixth, tying the game at 4. Aurilia extended his hitting streak to seven games, going 10-for-21 over that span.

Hamels gave up four runs and seven hits in six innings.

"It was one of those games where I wasn't able to capitalize on my teammates getting me the lead," Hamels said. "I was making mistakes which they were able to take advantage of."

Lincecum entered the game with a 1.73 ERA, third-best in the NL, as well as a league-leading 0.52 road ERA. He allowed four runs, all unearned, and actually lowered his overall ERA to 1.49. Lincecum pitched six innings and allowed six hits to go along with five strikeouts and two wild pitches.

"He pitched well," Bochy said of Lincecum. "We got the bad end of a call at first base. That cost us a couple of runs. We fought hard the whole series. We were a few outs from getting a sweep."

Instead, the Giants fell to 14-18.

"We've got to put ourselves as a team in position to tighten things up," San Francisco shortstop Emmanuel Burriss said.

Notes

  • The Phillies have won their past five series.
  • Chase Utley has reached base safely in 25 consecutive games.
  • Aurilia had his first career game with three extra-base hits.
  • John Bowker recorded his first career pinch hit in the seventh inning for the Giants.
  • The crowd of 45,110 was the eighth sellout of the season at Citizens Bank Park.
 
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Pat Burrell flexes his muscles against the Giants with his two-double, two-RBI effort.  (AP)
Pat Burrell flexes his muscles against the Giants with his two-double, two-RBI effort. (AP)

Players of the Game
Philadelphia

P. Burrell
AB 3
R 0
H 2
HR 0
RBI 2
San Francisco

R. Aurilia
AB 3
R 1
H 3
HR 1
RBI 3
 
San Francisco Giants
Eugenio Velez, 2B5000012 .232
Emmanuel Burriss, SS3110001 .241
   a- Ray Durham, PH1000010 .253
    Brian Bocock, SS0000000 .151
Randy Winn, RF4000000 .257
Aaron Rowand, CF4220011 .337
Jose Castillo, 3B4122001 .239
Rich Aurilia, 1B3133100 .260
Daniel Ortmeier, LF3000012 .229
   b- Fred Lewis, PH-LF1000002 .320
Steve Holm, C4010010 .321
Tim Lincecum, P1000010 .300
   c- John Bowker, PH1010000 .250
    Jack Taschner, P0000000 .000
    Vinnie Chulk, P0000000 .000
   d- Bengie Molina, PH1000000 .296
    Keiichi Yabu, P0000000 .000
Totals35510516  
a-struck out for Burriss in the 8th
b-flied out for Ortmeier in the 8th
c-singled for Lincecum in the 7th
d-grounded out for Chulk in the 9th
Batting
2B - Rich Aurilia 2 (2, Hamels, Hamels), Steve Holm (3, Hamels)
3B - Jose Castillo (2, Durbin)
HR - Rich Aurilia (3, Hamels)
SH - Tim Lincecum (3)
RBI - Jose Castillo 2 (10), Rich Aurilia 3 (10)
2-OUT RBI - Jose Castillo 2 (4), Rich Aurilia 3 (3)
Team LOB - 5
Fielding
E - Emmanuel Burriss (1, Throwing), Jose Castillo (6, Throwing), Eugenio Velez (2, Misplayed grounder)
San Francisco Giants
Tim Lincecum 6640250 1.49
Jack Taschner 0.1000100 4.63
Vinnie Chulk 1.2111011 2.31
Keiichi Yabu (L,2-2) 0.2010200 2.95
IBB - Burrell by Tim Lincecum
HBP - Utley (by Jack Taschner)
WP - Tim Lincecum 2 (3)
Pitches-Strikes - Tim Lincecum 110-64, Jack Taschner 13-5, Vinnie Chulk 32-17, Keiichi Yabu 24-14
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Tim Lincecum 6-9, Vinnie Chulk 2-2, Keiichi Yabu 1-2
Batters Faced - Tim Lincecum 28, Jack Taschner 3, Vinnie Chulk 6, Keiichi Yabu 5
Philadelphia Phillies
Shane Victorino, CF5220000 .231
Eric Bruntlett, SS5210011 .222
Chase Utley, 2B4000015 .357
Ryan Howard, 1B2100301 .167
Pat Burrell, LF3022212 .330
Geoff Jenkins, RF4001024 .250
Pedro Feliz, 3B4010002 .214
Carlos Ruiz, C4111002 .203
Cole Hamels, P2000012 .278
   a- Brad Harman, PH1000000 .200
    Chad Durbin, P0000000 .500
   b- Greg Dobbs, PH1000000 .293
    Brad Lidge, P0000000 .000
Totals3567456  
a-grounded out for Hamels in the 6th
b-flied out for Durbin in the 8th
Batting
2B - Shane Victorino (2, Lincecum), Pat Burrell 2 (11, Lincecum, Lincecum)
HR - Carlos Ruiz (1, Chulk)
SF - Geoff Jenkins (1)
RBI - Pat Burrell 2 (30), Geoff Jenkins (6), Carlos Ruiz (9)
2-OUT RBI - Pat Burrell 2 (15)
SB - Chase Utley (3, 2nd base off Taschner/Holm)
Team LOB - 10
Fielding
DP - Utley-Bruntlett-Howard
Philadelphia Phillies
Cole Hamels 6744051 3.10
Chad Durbin 2311110 1.64
Brad Lidge (W,1-0) 1000000 0.00
IBB - Aurilia by Chad Durbin
Pitches-Strikes - Cole Hamels 99-69, Chad Durbin 38-21, Brad Lidge 4-2
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Cole Hamels 7-6, Chad Durbin 3-1, Brad Lidge 2-1
Batters Faced - Cole Hamels 25, Chad Durbin 9, Brad Lidge 3
Game Information
Attendance - 45110
Game Time - 3:07
Temperature - 68
Umpires - Home - James Hoye, First Base - Marty Foster, Second Base - Derryl Cousins, Third Base - Angel Hernandez