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last season, 7-2 in a 1.27 era and he'll roll a quick out off the bat of welington castillo, one gone. go seven tonight and had the luxury of pitching with the lead virtually the entire evening after the yankees got him six in the first. he put them on cruise control. give up a solo home run in the seventh, the only real blemish ended up allowing just two hits in the game and is in line for his fifth winner of the year. here's joey rickard with one gone making his first plate appearance tonight. >> he was outstanding. severino in a nice rhythm, a good feeling to have him in the rotation along with cc sabathia, a pleasant surprise, and to dominance in a different way. the opposite spectrum of the fastball velocity.
tanaka can get out of the funk and get closer to where he's been for the last four years. they've got a pleasant staff with their offense. >> i think looking forward to tomorrow series finality, when we visited with joe girardi, the only thing he would share with us regarding his choice for starter tomorrow, because they pushed tanaka back, is that if things go well and they get along one from severino, which they did, they can piece together a start tomorrow from what they have in their bullpen. >> i wonder if he's our guy, record with a shout out to left field and that one is going to go. solo shot for joey rickard.
field that's not necessarily wearing the players uniform. >> today is his 4,992nd major league game and barring a rainout or scheduling change he is going to get to 5,000 and become the third umpire to reset figures. we've all got our favorite joe west stories but here's one of mine. he told us recently, he like to welcome young players into the league by saying i hope you play in this game a long time, as long as you're here, i won't be the ugliest guy in the league. while, david ortiz is one of the many players he told this to end last year ortiz is getting ready to retire, steps into the box at fenway with west behind the plate says joe, i need to talk to. joe says, get the box. david said no, joe, you know i'm retiring. joe says get in the box. david says okay. next year, you'll be the ugliest guy in the league.
>> cowboy joe. the renaissance man, the recording artist, the umpire that is joe west. that's popped for torre is at second and out number two. >> i think i have with joe west is a red sock and i was like, you know, pitching all these years with joe west, every once in a while he would stare strict on the middle just to see how you react so i decided to ask the first base coach what song does he want to hear when i come up to the mound the next day? because i was pitching. he gave me some obscure song thinking there was no way i would find it. i found it, i got to the mound. he was tapping his foot, he's in a good mood. as like all right. why didn't i think about this for the last 18 years of my career? problem is he only lasted three
innings. >> did you ever discuss that with him? >> he smiled. you could tell that the song meant something to him. i didn't know anything about the song. i was just trying to be in the good graces of joe west. >> off the end of the bat. handles it without a problem. the solo home run by joey rickard, a 14-2 yankee lead.
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lead in the last of the eighth. another new pitcher for baltimore is right-hander mike wright taking over on the mound, the fifth oriole to pitch in the sun and some additional defensive changes for baltimore as well as the sun is starting to resemble a great lead with all the switching and the f troopers that have gotten involved. mark trumbo is moving to third base from dh so the orioles lose their dh, not that it will matter a lot here. it's his first time at the hot corner since 2013 as an angel. >> a chance with the finger ball throwing mike wright. the slider, change it. one ball and two strikes.
it's been one of those nights for the orioles. chris tillman started tonight, went in inning and the third and gave up a career worst nine earned runs in the orioles haven't had a chance to get it back together since then. that is a cruel twist for buck showalter whose team has only one day off between here and the all-star break. two key relievers on the dl. this is what is looking at coming up, getting into miami in the middle of july, wrapping up this series.
not sure how he got out of the way that time or did he even get out of the way? fastball up and in. turgeon look like he was going to hit the ball got up there and hit him. >> he was able to separate his hands from the bat, but that wasn't the case that he's aboar aboard. gary sanchez has singled in a pair of double tonight.
>> he will do the majority of the catching. went to houston and freed up that spot for sanchez. could also dh. >> two balls and no strikes for mike wright. >> to finish that point where they were talking about holiday and the cardinals, the bonuses he can dh a lot. he will play the field very often. that might've been part of the decision. >> sanchez with a shot to left field and out of here! home run number 55 for new york tonight. that one left the ballpark in a
blink of an eye. >> i'm going to guess. you guess and i guess. 115.8. >> pretty good guess. i'm going to price is right you and i'm going to say 115.9. >> drumroll. in >> 16-2, new york. >> may be the machine broke. >> did not register. >> too low? >> we got the number. you're good at this kind of stuff. 115.1. very nice.
getting back to the exit velocity conversation because we are in such a rush to quantify every single occurrence on the baseball field these days, for me, the more interesting application of exit velocity is the smaller numbers induced by pitchers. i love hearing about how dallas keuchel and the likes have relatively low exit velocity. i mean, i get it. it's hit hard and it's going to go. but when you hear that dallas keuchel is inducing contact at 86 miles an hour where the average pitcher gets hit at 94, that's interesting to me. >> it goes against what you would think as we get a chance to look at his home run. this paul just kept carrying. wasn't very high.
he just keeps his hand back. he just smokes it. but you're right about the fact that pitching. >> there is a flare that's going to jump in. now every starter has at least a base hit tonight for new york. >> now everyone is checked in. >> that's exactly, what used to be finding the way to keep the ball off the barrel of the bat and greeting leg movement and the ability to hit your spots. that's what he's learned how to do is he kind of reinvented himself. he relies on breaking balls, and occasional for steamer.
>> he's got a pair of hits tonight. something about head-to-head contests with the orioles brings out the real power in the yankee lineup. tonight is the third occasion this year that they've struck for a five home run game. the orioles are the victims in two of those games. >> do we know the area code by chance question marks 630? is there such? >> i'm sure we could find that in a couple of keystrokes. >> that's a game we always play, we look at the first three innings to determine the area code based on the runs. >> that's fascinating. but tonight telecaster sponsored by the all-new chrysler pacifica. and by cricket wireless. something to smile about. 630 area code. we have a team of people in the production truck seriously
trying to figure out where the 630 is. here's rob refsnyder now. >> the yankees have dialed chicago. >> i got it. i like that. the neck i get a chance to finish. >> it's like the western suburbs, we are told. they have dialed highland park. two balls and no strikes to rob refsnyder. >> we got some people listening again, i've got some text on the chicago area code. >> very good. >> a ball and district. mike wright hit the leadoff batter and then the two-run home run by sanchez, doubled by
headley. >> you can come up with that, that's the game you play. you also get close to the area where you start matching the batting average with the quality of at-bats to see one that no longer, 213 at-bats, 213 average, starting to get close to that kind of game. there's a lot of different ways to pass the time. >> at what point in the game like this did you guys used to break into the trainer's room and get that free stuff to freeze all the bugs in the bullpen? i don't think they use that spring anymore, do they question marks because they don't. they are much more enlightened to the evils of fluorocarbon's. freezing bugs down there was a pastime. 1-2. >> the time of the day in batting average, it would have to be a day game, of course. 232, time of the day, .232 batting average.
3:15. >> left-hander tommy layne up for the yankees. perhaps getting an opportunity to pinch the ninth-inning goodness one. >> two more batters for a tripl triple. >> there is a chance that he could have what would be a bonus six plate appearance tonight. that would give them an opportunity for a triple to complete the cycle. actually, judge has been pulled out of the game. >> my scorecard told me that. >> it happened. >> figured i would talk about it anyway. >> the two west coast games had already started by the way. the reds are in los angeles to play the dodgers.
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it's a stark contrast with the yankees have accomplished, 16 runs on 18 hits, five home runs tonight, and a rather lopsided looking evening with tommy layne trying to finish things out. >> with the yankees have assured themselves as they are too close as a competitor's. they will have gained at least a game on each. they've got a chance to finish this off tomorrow, and sweeping before they head out west to the road. >> red sox currently leading the detroit tigers 6-3, that's an eighth-inning score, two balls and two strikes now. the moon behind the facade.
two balls and two strikes to jonathan's go. i know that for all the trappings of the offense here and all the fireworks and the home runs, joe girardi would love a little bit more separation in the east. because the pack is hanging around. blue jays have cut into their deficit, there is ball four, he's a board to the ninth. time to grip the moment presented by falcon tires. find play on the right side of the infield by chris carter, one of the defensive gems tonight getting into covering.
chris has since changed positions and gone out to right field. here's hyun soo kim now with the leadoff hitter aboard. >> that was a great play. there hadn't been a hit given up to that point. when in without rendering a hit until. >> the second base for tereus. and there is one gone the ninth. again a reminder of the world's greatest players battle to be crowned america's champion in the can't miss major of the year, the 117th u.s. open begins thursday on fox, fs1, and streaming live on fox sports go. there is going to be a lot talked about regarding the
four-game winning streak for the yankees come sunday morning and the damage they've done done offensively including tonight. 41 runs in the four games. again, you lose sight of how well they pitch during that period. >> they have done a nice job and when you score early runs it is much easier to pitch. there is no doubt about that. but look, they've done a lot of this damage and haven't really relied on it, they don't get much work. orioles are down to a final out tonight. two outs in the night than a blowout game just to kind of get them reset so that he's not rusty when they do bring them into a one-run game, until chapman can come back and resume the closers duty. >> he still on track for a return in about a week. as caleb joseph will pinch-hit here with two gone in the top of
the ninth. producer of today's game is pete met jessica, associate dresdner brian peterman, on on the broat associate is brian colucci, thanks to our entire fox sports crew. will be with you again next weekend, a little later, 8:00 eastern for the cubs and pirates at pnc park. a ball and distracted caleb joseph. the series finale between these two think stomach teams tomorrow, yankees back on the yes network and the orioles back on, and joseph has pinch-hit single, one that's going to bring in a run as scope scores from second and it's a 16-3
ball game. so trey mancini will get an additional opportunity tonight after two rbi single, he is single tonight in three at-bats. by the way, that base hit came with a runner in scoring position. so the stat we are trapping for you has ended, that's the first hit allowed by yankee pitching. in 46 at-bats with a runner in scoring position. the 45 at-bat stretch tied the 82 expos for the third longest such stretch since 1974.
i know that's a lot to get your head around but we thought it was pretty cool. >> i like it. 16-3 and i still like it. >> why not? you're going to lose sight of how good severino was in the morning because of all the offense of fireworks here. he made it seven straight start with at least seven strikeouts and one or fewer walks. more importantly you want it or will win it pending the outcome of this final set of swings, 2-2 the count. big saturday night crowd in the bronx. a lot of folks have already hit the road but those that have
stuck around enjoy themselves. all home team tonight. 45,232 in attendance tonight. as the yankees top home record in the american league will get a little better. in line for their 21st home victory. mancini grounds to short and that will put the finishing touches on it. a convincing 16-3 wrap over baltimore, a little over three hours, matt holliday among the five yankees to go deep tonight, and your up-to-date standings with the red sox still in progress. new york three and a half up in the al east.
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for them. a league leading 19 but we are seeing the development of a future ace in major league baseball right in front of our eyes. >> he will be the future ace. severino is a world talent. i love to see guys pitching aggressive. he starting to figure out how he's reacting to stuff and tell you what. with that fastball, it opens up the slider and makes headers chase down and away. that's harder than the fastball. this is how good this kid is. you're seeing a little bulldog in a minute i'm telling you right now in the near future he will be the ace for a long, long time. we just gotta keep that elbow healthy. if they do that he'll win a cy young in the future. >> for you to say that, last five starts is allowed five total runs. five total runs, last five starts he's been tremendous all over the orioles today.
white sox, indians, eighth-inning, chicago is up 5-3. carlos santana comes down, the white sox knock off the indians today. tigers, red sox, set the bedding, game tied at three. the bullpen is having something today. mitch moreland having a hand. >> that's why they put them in that lineup. in front of our eyes. >> that's down. >> earlier today cubs and rockies, charlie blackmon and the rockies. >> i'm saying it right now. having a heck of a year and that lineup. >> second in the league in rbis. best record in the national league, pretty impressive stuff. "baseball night in america," 8:00 eastern next saturday. enjoy the rest of your weekend.
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♪ live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10:00. first tonight breaking news out of port richmond a mother is dead and her son is in critical condition after they were hit by a car. it happened tonight around 9:00 right at aramingo avenue and tioga street. investigators say the 29-year-old mother was transported to hahnemann hospital where she died. her ten-year-old son is at saint christopher's hospital for children. police say the driver of the car that hit the mom and son did stop. also tox night, short pants and short sleeves required. a heat wave is ling this way and the speech not such a bad place to be over the next several da days. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm joyce evans. we'll be creeping near record high temperatures in the days to
come. so how hot is it going to get? let's check in with meteorologist mike masco. mike, what gorgeous night it is out there right now. >> absolutely. it's so beautiful outside right now. you look out towards old city, very very comfortable. 78 degrees. a nice gentle southerly wind coming in at six. we're not talking about that intolerable heat and humidity that's on top of us. but we are dealing with some abnormally warm temperatures for this time of the year. 88 degrees was our high temperature here in philadelph philadelphia. so today not starting the heat wave. we think tomorrow will start the heat wave and then we'll string along three days declare the second heat wave for this year. nothing happening on ultimate doppler. all about temperatures the next 48, 72 hours temperatures will rise into the upper 70s to around 80:10 o'clock at night but the corridor right along urbanized sections right along 295 and 95 where we're close to 80 degrees at this hour. this is a spot tomorrow that will get well into the 90s. area of high pressure down to
the south of us, that's allowing for south to southwestern wind and bringing in all the heat and humidity. lots of warmth on the boards from the east coast to the central plains and out towards the northern plains we are dealing with a lot of heat and that heat is going to continue to get worse before it gets better. beach and boat forecast is going to be beautiful. just know the ocean water temperatures are at 65. so a little chilly. southwestern wind coming in at ten. seas will be nice and calm because of the westerly winds, and it's generous amounts of sunshine all afternoon long. be very careful uvi at a ten so going to be ten or 15 minutes before you'll get burnt. record heat tomorrow and then right into next week we'll detail that coming up in just a little bit. >> all right. mike, thank you so much. >> in philadelphia's somerdale section a two-year-old boy is in the hospital hit by a car and the driver kept on going. his exact condition is not yet known. but police say he is stable. investigators are looking for a toyota highlander it was seen
leaving the area after the hit-and-run, and it has got some tinted windows with it. it happened along the 1,000 block of alcott street just after 2:00 this afternoon. and happening right now in delaware county, investigators are trying to figure out what ignite the a fire in darby. the flames caused lots of damage you can see prompting several fire departments to rush to help in that fire. fox 29's dave kinchen has the latest now from darby. >> reporter: the very hot weather and congested streets just some of the many challenges for firefighters trying to put out a three alarm blaze. >> intense flames captured cell phone video they burst through two buildings on main street in darby, pa, muhammed bull shot the video as he worried about people who may have been inside. >> people get out of there. >> all i was thinking at the moment is live because life is more important. without life there would be nothing in the universe.
>> reporter: firefighters say the only person inside made it out on their own. meanwhile it took several fire departments to help darby crews put out the flames in a blaze that reached three alarms. the hot day one of the biggest challenges. >> the temperatures in the 90s so it affects the firefighters wearing heavy gear obviously. >> firefighters had to navigate through a long time problem for volunteer departments in delaware county not having enough people willing to do the job without getting paid. >> today's thing is nobody wants to volunteer, and it's hard to keep up volunteer staffed firehouse much really hard the biggest struggle in the volunteer fire service right now. >> reporter: fire investigators tell us no one was injured. that's certainly a good thing the cause of that fire is not yet clear. in darby, dave kinchen fox 29 news. tonight a 23-year-old woman is in critical condition after a pedestrian accident in university city. it happened just after midnight at 38th and market. police say a woman was crossing
the street on the red light when she was hit. the driver of the car was tested and police say she was not drinking. that driver will not face any charges. now to philadelphia's lawn crest neighborhood where police are searching for the person who stabbed three people this morning. it happened around 3am on the 600 block of mayfair street. police say they found three men stabbed several times. they were rushed to einstein medical center. they are all in stable condition tonight. no word yet on any suspects. attorney general jeff sessions agreeing to go before the senate intelligence committee. it's all set for tuesday morning on capitol hill. the same day that deputy attorney general rod rosenstein goes before the appropriations committee. garrett tenney has details from washington. >> reporter: we've known about james comey's memos for almost month now. they've been reported on in the new york times, shared with special counsel robert mueller's office and talked about
extensively during thursday's hearing. but so far congressional investigators still have not been able to get copies to look at for themselves and they are not happy about it. here's republican senator susan collins who sits on the senate intelligence committee. >> mr. comey was writing in his private journal at home at nig night. he produced the memos on fbi computers, on, n an fbi car. are fbi documents product and that's government work product. >> we learned that comey shared at least one of those memos with a friend law professor dan richmond in order for it to be leaked to reporter. and that he may still have a copy of the memo. the heads of the senate judiciary committee reach out to richmond to quest copies of all the memos he has. in a statement the committee also laid out its own frustrations saying in part, the senator has previously requested
copies of the memos from the fbi and from comey directly. comey refused to cooperate at the time and yesterday he testified that he no longer has copies of the memos. the fbi has thus far not provided the memos to the committee and comey has declined an invitation to testify before the judiciary committee. the heads of the house intelligence committee have also now reached out to both james comey for copies of his memos and to white house counsel don mcgann for any record the white house of the meetings including any recordings of those conversations if they exist. in washington, i'm garrett tenney, fox news. tragic news tonight out of afghanistan. officials say an afghan soldier went on a shotting rampage killing three u.s. army rangers and wounding another. afghan officials say the shooter was kill. the taliban is taking responsibility bragging about infiltrating the afghan army. sad news tonight out of hollywood. tv's batman adam west has died.
his family says the actor lost his battle with leukemia last night. more recently he was the voice of mayor adam west on the family guy. you might remember that. fox's anita vogel has more and that. >> ♪ >> reporter: best known for playing the caped crusader during the classic and often 1960s tv show batman, 88-year-old adam west died friday night in los angeles after a short battle with leukemia. ♪ >> batman and robin courageous warriors against crime. >> reporter: having a handful of co-starring roles in big screen projects early on in his career he got discovered by batman producer william dozier during a nestle quick commercial and although the series only ran on abc from 1966 to 19 skate, west's iconic role as bruce wayne would forever be his most notable role. ♪ >> reporter: struggling to get
quality, non typed cast roles after the tv series the actor kept working. co-starring on several tv and film projects. but perhaps it wasn't until he ventured into steady voice over work did his career find new life. voicing characters on the simpsons and playing mayor west a fictional altar ego himself in family guy. survived by his wife, six children, five grandchildren and two great grandkids, a statement from his family said, our dad always saw himself as the bright night and aspired to make positive impact on his fans lives. he was always and will be our hero. in hollywood, anita vogel, fox news. coming up, police say a woman set fire to a house on purpose because she thought it belonged to her cousin. why she's blaming witchcraft in the whole ordeal. and how do universities prepare for tragedy? they
as realistically as possible. and here's hank's take. ♪ >> i've been shot. >> shot? >> yeah, i can't walk. come inside. >> reporter: be advised this is a drill. it's only a drill. >> there's a shooter! >> reporter: it's hank i'm at temple which had a very graphic active shooter emergency response drill this morning. my take is, i don't know what world you live in but in mine these things happen. aren't you better off prepared? temple u simply seems to thing. god for bid what seemed to be happening at temple had actually happened. it will and it will again. emergency management chief sarah powell say you've got to face facts. >> if it ever happened here, we want to be prepared, because in a critical incident, you fall back on what you know. you fall back on the training. >> reporter: talking about
mass shoot social security tough. sometimes even emotional get gun control arguments, whether we're failing ourselves as people. it was weird seeing students play victims so emt's to practice triage and first aid. paul did something else entire entirely. >> i helped two hostages held in the mechanical room in the basement when i the time came i fired off shots from the cap gun and police responded according accordingly. i was hiding behind a wall and they found me. >> it look like the real thing and sure sounded like it. >> sir, are you okay. >> he missed me but i fell down. i think i broke my leg. >> reporter: temple isn't concerning itself from a instructions when are or when some columbine catastrophe repeats itself. they went straitest what if now, what if now. charlie leone wants to be ready now. >> our goal is to really educa educate, train, prepare all of our population everyone from the faculty, students, to our officers, ems. >> always be prepared. the only way to be prepared is to practice glad i can help. >> reporter: happen a lot thief these mass shootings.
145 in the us this year. i'm glad temple is cutting to the chase. it's a strange world we live in so cheese. you want to be scared or prepared? i'm hank and that's my take. ♪ outpouring of the support tonight in the community of clayton, new jersey. dozens gathered outside borough hall in a show of solidarity. they joined members of the family of autumn pasquale. she was killed back in 2012. investigators say a 15-year-old boy killed her for her bicycle and then left her body inside a recycling bin. he got 17 years in prison for it. the purpose of the walk was in part to raise awareness for autumn's law. it would hold parents accountable in some way for violent acts committed by their children. community members are also angry about a recent home invasion in their town. they say juveniles were involved in that crime, too. >> this is what represents
clayton. good families coming out when there's a need. you know, we respond to it. um, very tight knit community that was devastated by what happened with autumn, and we can't even explain what the community feels like now after this happened for a second time where there's a violent action taken. >> autumn's family created online petition for support to get that law passed. local veterans are treated to a day of furry fun in camden. a slew of animal shelters across south jersey coming together on the battleship new jersey to help a vet adopt a pet. the shelters brought dogs and cats to meet veterans and to hopefully go home with them. it was all one day free to all veterans for that wonderful event. well, unemployment, violence and the lack of hope unfortuna unfortunately it's common. it's a common problem in some communities around the delaware valley. but sometimes it comes down to people with creativity even
controversial solutions to address those problems. our bill anderson spoke with a group trying to hold themselves accountable for goodness sake. ♪ >> in the white community a dollar stays in their community for 19 days. in our community, it's only circulated for six hours, one quarter of a day. so i get a paycheck at 12:00 o'clock on friday, by 6:0t money has left the african-american community. >> reporter: their stories almost every day about crime and violence in inner cities but not nearly as many about solutions. so now one group believes that at least one solution is african-american community owning our challenge and the responsibility toed dress them. >> according to study, unemployment in the black community is wiped out if we just spend 9% of our dollars with black businesses. michael rasheed is part of a group called the philadelphia community of leaders. the group believes that at the core of many problems in
african-american community is money. i buy blood black card is one solution they came up with. >> this i buy black card taken from movement going on in detroit. >> go to the website, buy the card and receive discounts at participating black owned businesses. the owners of omega optical told me the benefits are obvious. >> if we get more customers coming in we can definitely hire more people from within the community. >> reporter: looking at the diversity in their store it's clear they don't view the i buy black card as being anti anyone. >> to that person says is it racial? no, i'm just trying to help an under served situation you know there's a black community we don't spend dollars amongst ourselves the way other cultures do. >> reporter: so far about 1500 cards have been sold. but there is the criticism that comes from some who see singling out specific races as divisive. dr. chad lassiter he thinks they
miss the point. >> argument becomes if somebody had a buy white card put a sign up in their window that i support white businesses, there would be problem. >> damned if you do, damned if you don't, you're just plain damned. now you have criticism. they're just welfare kings and queens looking for hand out. >> community of leaders believe money means jobs. jobs reduce crime. lower crime improve communities so criticism or not, their intentions are to do this for goodness sake. i'm bill anderson. and we'll be right back in a minute for now get your tickets out. your life powerball drawing. good luck. ♪