Phillies Honor 90’s Night; Lose to Reds

Red 3, Phillies 2 WP – Bronson Arroyo (10-7, 3.87) LP – Vance Worley (6-9, 4.06) SV – Aroldis Chapman (31) PHILADELPHIA — On a night where the Phillies honored a dismal decade for baseball, they treated the fans to a bunch of 90’s memories. Complete with scoreboard pictures that represented 90’s characters, 90’s music … Continue reading Phillies Honor 90’s Night; Lose to Reds

Halladay has day at the dish, on the hill

What do Dan Uggla, Chase Utley, Hunter Pence and Jose Bautista among a handful of others have in common? Each of the four sluggers have fewer RBIs with the bases loaded this season than Roy Halladay. Yes, Roy Halladay. Halladay’s three-run double in the 6th inning highlighted another superb start for the Cy Young candidate … Continue reading Halladay has day at the dish, on the hill

The Offense Lives

This was the type of game that the Phillies’ offense has been looking for. Behind 14 hits, the Phillies routed the Cincinnati Reds 10-3, snapping a nine-game run of scoring three runs or less. When scoring at least four runs, the Phils are 18-2. It was a monumental night in Philadelphia. The announced crowd of … Continue reading The Offense Lives

Luck Goes A Long Way

  Good teams will capitalize on the mistakes of their opponents. The Phils did just that with their bizarre 7-4 come-from-behind win on Friday to give them a 2-0 series lead over the Cincinnati Reds in the NLDS.   In a game filled with errors, the Reds four cost them a lot more than the … Continue reading Luck Goes A Long Way