Tommy Hanson is 4-0 after his masterful outing Sunday. (Gregory Smith/AP)
By Mark Bowman / MLB.com
Despite battling the flu, Tommy Hanson reeled off six scoreless innings to become the first NL rookie to beat the Red Sox and Yankees in consecutive starts. Chipper Jones hit a solo homer in the first, and Garret Anderson's long ball in the fourth proved to be the difference.
BATTING 2B: Kotchman (18, Penny), Anderson, G (12, Penny). HR: Jones, C (9, 1st inning off Penny,
0 on, 2 out), Anderson, G (4, 4th inning off Penny, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Hanson; Kotchman 2; Anderson, G 6; Francoeur;
Jones, C 4. RBI: Jones, C (33), Anderson, G (27). 2-out RBI: Jones, C. Runners left in scoring
position, 2 out: Hanson; McCann, B; Blanco, G; Hernandez, D; Jones, C. Team RISP: 0-for-10. Team LOB:
BASERUNNING SB: Johnson, K 2 (4, 2nd base off Penny/Varitek, 2nd base off Saito/Varitek), Francoeur
(5, 2nd base off Penny/Varitek).
FIELDING E: Jones, C (13, fielding), Johnson, K (6, fielding). DP:
2 (Johnson, K-Hernandez, D-Kotchman, Johnson, K-Kotchman).