Jones Walks Off A Wild One

Larry “Chipper” Jones has made a career killing the Phillies. He did it again. Jones hit a two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning off of Brian Sanches in a wild 15-13 win by the Braves in a game that saw five lead changes. The Phillies entered the game at .500 … Continue reading Jones Walks Off A Wild One

Advertisement

Utley stays in Philly; may have concussion

“What happened?” Those were the words clearly mouthed by Chase Utley to home plate umpire Jerry Meals moments after being plunked in the back of the head by an Eric O’Flaherty fastball. Though we didn’t see that part right away because Utley just stood in the box and trotted to first as if nothing happened. … Continue reading Utley stays in Philly; may have concussion

Gload walks it off

Ross Gload and his fraying hip is alive! The league leader in pinch hits, despite entering the game with only four hits in his last 33 at-bats, came through with another timely pinch hit, leading the Phils to a series sweep of the rival Braves with a 3-2 come-from-behind win. Gload ripped a fair ball … Continue reading Gload walks it off

Lee dominant but Phils bats fall silent

It was a career night for Cliff Lee, who still couldn’t come away with the win. The Phillies bats were bested by Derek Lowe and the Atlanta Braves shut out the Phillies, 5-0, evening the season series up. Lee struck out a career high 16 batters, shattering his old mark of 13 that was recently … Continue reading Lee dominant but Phils bats fall silent