Chooch’s Three-Hit Day Leads Phillies Past Marlins

Phillies 4, Marlins 1 WP – Cole Hamels (17-6, 3.05) LP – Nathan Eovaldi (4-13, 4.30) SV – Jonathan Papelbon (38) MIAMI — The Phillies are on a mission to end their season on a high note. With a 4-1 win over the Marlins, the Phillies put themselves at one game above .500. If they … Continue reading Chooch’s Three-Hit Day Leads Phillies Past Marlins

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Lindblom Loses In 9th; Phillies Eliminated

Marlins 2, Phillies 1 WP – Steve Cishek (5-2, 2.77) LP – Josh Lindblom (3-4, 3.34) MIAMI — The Phillies have officially been eliminated from the playoffs. Carlos Lee hit a walk-off single in the 9th inning off Josh Lindblom to beat the Phillies, 2-1, officially ending their season. Cliff Lee went seven innings, allowing … Continue reading Lindblom Loses In 9th; Phillies Eliminated

Phillies Hang On to Win 6th Straight; Get Back to .500

Phillies 9, Marlins 7 WP – Roy Halladay (10-7, 4.01) LP – Nathan Eovaldi (4-12, 4.71) SV – Jonathan Papelbon (33) PHILADELPHIA — After a span of low-scoring, good pitching efforts, the Phillies offense bailed out a weak night on the hill to keep the team rolling. On a night where Roy Halladay and the … Continue reading Phillies Hang On to Win 6th Straight; Get Back to .500

Buehrle Wins Battle of Mr. Perfect’s

Marlins 9, Phillies 2 WP – Mark Buhrle (10-11, 3.74) LP – Roy Halladay (6-7, 3.80) MIAMI — In the 12th battle between two perfect game pitchers, it was Mark Buehrle who prevailed over Roy Halladay. Pitching in the same city that he threw his perfect game over two years ago, Halladay was bested by … Continue reading Buehrle Wins Battle of Mr. Perfect’s

No sweet homecoming for Oswalt

For the first time since being traded to the Phillies back on July 29, 2010, Roy Oswalt stepped foot on the hill at Minute Maid Park. But this time, he was walking to and from a different dugout. Unlike many shut outs and gems tossed in this park, that wasn’t the story tonight for Oswalt. … Continue reading No sweet homecoming for Oswalt

Offense Stumbles Again

Who would have seriously thought this team would get swept in a four-game series to the Astros? Well, folks, that’s exactly what happened as the Astros beat the Phils 5-1 to complete the improbable sweep between a playoff contender and a playoff dreamer. Wandy Rodriguez kept the Phillies’ bats silent in seven innings of work. … Continue reading Offense Stumbles Again

Myers Beats Former Team

Brett Myers “stuck it” to the Phils. He backed up his comments in the off season as he limited the Phillies offense to two runs as the Astros beat Philly 3-2 Monday night. Myers allowed only two runs in seven innings of work. He gave up those two runs on nine hits and one walk … Continue reading Myers Beats Former Team