A super ball couldn’t bounce back better than Cole Hamels did today. The left-hander, who was rocked for six runs his first start, dominated the Braves in Atlanta, leading the Phils to a 3-0 win in the rubber match. Hamels pitched seven scoreless innings, scattering four hits and a walk while striking out eight. His … Continue reading K-ole Hearted.
The Phillies are set behind the plate, that’s a given. Brian Schneider and Carlos Ruiz each homers and drove in a combined seven runs to give the Phillies the 10-2 win over Atlanta. Schneider homered in the top of the fourth, a two-run shot of Braves starter Brandon Beachy to give the Phils the 3-2 … Continue reading Power behind the plate
It was Cliff Lee’s turn. Only days after Cole Hamels and Joe Blanton were blown up in early exits, Lee got bounced in the fourth as the Atlanta Braves took the first of many meetings between the two teams, 6-3. The wheels for Lee quickly fell off. Atlanta scored three runs in the second inning … Continue reading Lee rocked in loss