10:15 PM ET, May 11, 2009
AT&T Park, San Francisco, California
SAN FRANCISCO -- While Randy Johnson closes in on a major pitching milestone, he's a bit worried about challenging another San Francisco great's achievements along the way."I'm on pace to catch Barry [Bonds] in home runs -- giving them up, that is," the 45-year-old left-hander said with a weary sigh.
• Randy Johnson picked up his 298th career win and his fourth against the Nationals/Expos franchise.
• Ryan Zimmerman extended his hitting streak to 29 games and had his fourth multi-homer game.
• Elias Sports Bureau has confirmed that Monday's matchup between Randy Johnson (6-foot-10) and Daniel Cabrera (6-foot-9) was the tallest combined listed total height in MLB history.
-- ESPN Stats & Information
The Big Unit and Cabrera measure a combined 163 inches -- one more than the combined heights of Cabrera and Mark Hendrickson on Sept. 1, 2004, in the previous record-holding matchup, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. ... Willingham's homer was the 400th allowed in Johnson's career. Jamie Moyer is the only active pitcher to give up more homers.
Regular Season Series
|2nd||J Willingham homered to left.||1||0|
|2nd||R Winn scored, F Lewis to second on wild pitch by D Cabrera.||1||1|
|2nd||T Ishikawa singled to right, F Lewis scored.||1||2|
|3rd||R Winn singled to right, P Sandoval scored, B Molina to second.||1||3|
|4th||R Belliard homered to left.||2||3|
|5th||F Lewis safe at second on error by left fielder J Willingham, P Sandoval and R Winn scored.||2||5|
|5th||E Burriss walked, F Lewis scored, T Ishikawa to third, Ra Johnson to second.||2||6|
|5th||E Renteria walked, T Ishikawa scored, Ra Johnson to third, E Burriss to second.||2||7|
|5th||P Sandoval walked, Ra Johnson scored, E Burriss to third, E Renteria to second.||2||8|
|6th||R Zimmerman homered to left.||3||8|
|6th||E Dukes doubled to left, A Dunn scored.||4||8|
|6th||A Rowand doubled to left, R Winn scored.||4||9|
|6th||T Ishikawa singled to left center, A Rowand scored.||4||10|
|8th||O Matos singled to shallow right, A Rowand scored, F Lewis to second.||4||11|
|9th||R Zimmerman homered to right, W Nieves and W Harris scored.||7||11|
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|Stadium||AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA|
|Attendance||23,934 (57.1% full) - % is based on regular season capacity|
|Weather||57 degrees, clear|
|Umpires||Home Plate - Mark Wegner, First Base - Tim Timmons, Second Base - Gerry Davis, Third Base - Jeff Kellogg|