Jose Tabata left the game in the sixth inning with "discomfort and cramping" in his left leg. He was to undergo treatment, then be re-evaluated. Gorkys Hernandez, who was batting for Tabata when he singled for his first Major League hit in the sixth, is likely to remain in the lineup on Monday against Reds right-hander Bronson Arroyo.
Hernandez said the ball from that first hit is earmarked for all the women in his life: his mom, his wife, and his daughter.
Erik Bedard has hung a goose egg in 39 of the 52 innings he has pitched this season.