2010 Playoff Schedule

Though the times haven’t been made official nor whoever the Phillies will be playing in the first round, the NLDS schedule will was put out. It is believed the Phils will be getting the afternoon games for the entire NLDS and a confirmation will be made most likely once the season is over. Here are … Continue reading 2010 Playoff Schedule

Series Preview: Braves

PHI: 95-64, 1st in NL East ATL: 90-69, 2nd in NL East Where: Turner Field (Atlanta, GA) Probable Pitchers Friday: Kyle Kendrick (10-10, 4.76) vs. Brandon Beachy (0-1, 2.89) Saturday: TBD vs. Tommy Hanson (10-11, 3.41) Sunday: TBD vs. Tim Hudson (16-9, 2.76) Broadcast Info Friday, 7:35, MyPHL 17 Saturday, 4:10, CSN/FOX Sunday, 1:35, MyPHL … Continue reading Series Preview: Braves

Four Homers For Phils Bench

Mike Sweeney, John Mayberry, Jr., and Ben Francisco all went yard for the Phils. On a regular night, the three wouldn’t even be in the line up. But with a clinched division, they helped fuel a 7-1 win for the Phils over Washington. Sweeney and Francisco went back-to-back in the second inning to give the … Continue reading Four Homers For Phils Bench

Phils Lose Meaningless Game

With half of their starters in the field playing and Roy Oswalt going only five innings, the Phils lost, 2-1, to Washington Tuesday night a day after clinching the NL East. Oswalt pitched exceptionally well in the no-decision, allowing only a run on two hits and a walk in five innings while striking out three. … Continue reading Phils Lose Meaningless Game

And the Back Ups Will Play

The Phillies line up tonight will resemble something similar to a Spring Training line up… or a line up they had in June. Other than Jimmy Rollins making his first start in almost a month, Raul Ibanez, Chase Utley, and Ryan Howard, the Phils are starting some guys who have seen their fair share of … Continue reading And the Back Ups Will Play

Phils Clinch With Doc’s Gem

The man who was brought to Philadelphia to be the savior and deliver the Phils another World Series ring led the way to clinch the East. Roy Halladay’s complete game shut out led the Phillies to a 8-0 win over Washington and a fourth straight division title. Doc went the distance, allowing only two hits … Continue reading Phils Clinch With Doc’s Gem

Series Preview: Washington

PHI: 93-63, 1st in NL East WAS: 67-89, 5th in NL East Where: Nationals Park (Washington D.C.) Probable Pitchers Monday: Roy Halladay (20-10, 2.53) vs. John Lannan (8-7, 4.58) Tuesday: Roy Oswalt (13-13, 2.80) vs. Jason Marquis (2-9, 7.18) Wednesday: Joe Blanton (8-6, 4.94) vs. Ross Detwiler (1-2, 2.52) Broadcast Info Monday, 7:05, CSN Tuesday, … Continue reading Series Preview: Washington