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the batting turn of a cricket player or team

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June 7, Dodger Stadium, Mets 9, Dodgers 7: This was the game that finally got Odalis Perez demoted to the bullpen, after he allowed seven runs on 11 hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Some pitchers always seem to have a rough first inning.
Ranger's starter Robinson Tejeda was effective, if not dominant, in 62/3 innings of work.
3 at Cincinnati, Maddux tossed six no-hit innings before his outing was ended by a rain delay.
3 at Cincinnati, Maddux tossed sixno-hit innings before his outing was ended by a rain delay.
The implosion began with Lowe, who after blanking the Cubs on three hits through four innings gave up five consecutive hits to begin the fifth as the Cubs cut the Dodgers' lead to 7-3.
1) The Angels' Jered Weaver held the Baltimore Orioles to just six hits in seven innings in Monday's victory.
The two teams then exchanged runs in the sixth and were still knotted at 5-5 going into the bottom of the 10th inning in front of 44,697 at Dodger Stadium.
And against Schmid (10-7), who went 7 1/3 innings before issuing two walks, so did the Dodgers offense.
He allowed just two runs in seven innings, scattered 10 hits, walked four and struck out three.
The Angels rallied for four runs in the eighth inning to tie the score, but the Rangers won the opener of a four-game series 7-6 on a Mark Teixeira home run in the 12th inning off Kevin Gregg.
15 ERA in 47 innings heading into Fenway Park last weekend.
But more important than any of that, they got some long-awaited offensive heroics - in the late innings, no less - and rode them to a 6-6, ninth-inning tie with the San Diego Padres in front of 38,050 on Monday night at Dodger Stadium.
But in the end, there was only another mind-numbing loss, this time 7-6 in 11 innings to the San Diego Padres in front of 38,050.
Lackey's scoreless streak was snapped at 30 2/3 innings and Paul Byrd came back to beat his former teammates as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Angels 6-4 in front of 43,744 at Angel Stadium.