Well Bobby Cox got a win in his final home game of the regular season. Atlanta held on as they nearly blew a six-run lead to win, 8-7, and help their chances in getting a playoff spot. If you want to know what happened, read a blog bigger than mine. 2B: Francisco (13). HR: Mayberry, … Continue reading Phils Lose Final Game
By John Russo Charlie Manuel knows what he did just put his team in the best position to win. So does Bobby Cox, who knows what it’s like to have a “Big Three” on his roster. “It’s unbelievable,” Cox said before Monday’s game. “Oswalt’s been dynamite ever since he got over here. It’s a good … Continue reading The “Big Three” Is the Story this Series
By John Russo email@example.com PHILADELPHIA — Jayson Werth doesn’t want to talk much about his recent announcement to sign Scott Boras as his agent. All Werth has his mind on right now is the first of two crucial series with the Atlanta Braves. “I’m worried about the Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies and winning … Continue reading Phillies Notebook 9/20/10
Brian McCann was the hero. Yes even Philly fans rejoiced in seeing the rival Braves’ catcher rope a three-run double in the right field corner that gave the National League All-Stars a 3-1 lead in the seventh. They held on to win by the same score, snapping a 13-game winless streak to the American League, … Continue reading Yes We McCann!
I did another questionairre with a blog that got posted today. Justin Evans, a good friend and former teammate on We Hate to Lose, is the owner of Red Pinstripes Are Cooler. He asked myself in a few other bloggers a bunch of questions and posted our answers along with his. Here are my answers to his … Continue reading RPAC Blogger Preview
Philadelphia Phillies Last year’s record/place: 93-69, 1st Key acquisitions: C Brian Schneider, 3B Placido Polanco, IF Juan Castro, OF Ross Gload, SP Roy Halladay, RP Danys Baez, RP Jose Contreras. Key losses: 3B Pedro Feliz, OF Matt Stairs, IF Eric Bruntlett, SP Cliff Lee, Pedro Martinez, SP Brett Myers. Player to watch: Roy Halladay – When you trade top-tier prospects and let a pitcher … Continue reading NL East Preview