PHI: 0-0; HOU: 0-0 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, PA) Probable Pitchers Friday: Roy Halladay (0-0, 0.0) vs. Brett Myers (0-0, 0.0) Saturday: Cliff Lee (0-0, 0.00) vs. Wandy Rodriguez (0-0, 0.00) Sunday: Roy Oswalt (0-0, 0.00) vs. J.A. Happ (0-0, 0.00) Broadcast Info Friday, 1:05, CSN Saturday, 7:05, CSN Sunday, 1:35, MyPHL 17 All Games on … Continue reading Series Preview: Astros
The Phillies front office released this statement today. Thanks to Phillies Nation for getting the news out on their blog (vote for them in the Phield!) The Phillies have gratefully accepted the fan-funded gift of a 7½-foot bronze statue of Harry Kalas for placement at Citizens Bank Park, Mike Stiles, Senior Vice President, Administration and … Continue reading Phillies accept fan-made HK statue
The Phillies Opening Day may be tomorrow but tonight, the MLB season finally kicks off. Today features the first real baseball of the season with the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals at 1:05 PM. ESPN will also be airing the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers at 1:05. There are also four more games being … Continue reading Happy Opening Day, folks
The 2011 baseball season is full of potential to be one of the best yet. Last season gave fans of pitching a real treat with the __ perfect games and no-hitters (and a few close calls). It also saw the San Francisco Giants, carried by pitching and a lightning-in-a-bottle offense, win the World Series. Questions … Continue reading TTB staff makes their preseason predictions
Michael Stutes, Delwyn Young and Luis Castillo out. David Herndon, Michael Martinez and Pete Orr in. Stutes and Young were sent to the minors while Castillo was released earlier today. The final spot was between Young and Orr with Charle Manuel opting for speed and offense over defensive versatility. Those were the three wrong spots … Continue reading Phillies release 25-man roster
The run for Luis Castillo was very short-lived. With only a week to make the team, the second baseman failed to do so, being released by the Phillies. But cutting Castillo now, the Phils won’t have to pay him a single penny of the $414,000 they signed him for or the $6 million the Mets … Continue reading Castillo released; Martinez will make team
Jamie Moyer is not retiring from baseball this season. Well, sort of. It was announced today that the 48 year old left handed pitcher has signed with ESPN to be a guest analyst for Baseball tonight. Moyer will appear on the show periodically throughout the season to give insight and analysis, and will make his … Continue reading Jamie Moyer has a job in baseball!