Back to business: Offense backs Doc for 15th win

Late night baseball is always a burden on baseball fans. Luckily for the Phils, when they are out west, it’s just another day at the park for the Phils. And by another day, I mean the winning part. The Phils won again (yawn) as Roy Halladay shut down the Dodgers, 5-3. It was Halladay’s 15th … Continue reading Back to business: Offense backs Doc for 15th win

Riding the Cole-train

The cut fastball has become the hottest pitch talked about in the majors as of late. Roy Hallday, one of the masters of that pitch, brought it to Philly where almost the entire staff has made it a top weapon. Cole Hamels is one of those pitchers. But his weapon of choice wasn’t the cutter. … Continue reading Riding the Cole-train

Oh Where, Oh Where Were the Bats?

Hiroki Kuroda was close to a no-no. But Shane Victorino thwarted the Japanese righty’s no-hit bid with only five outs to go in the game. Kuroda still got the last laugh, shutting down the Phillies and leading the Dodgers to a 3-0 win Monday night. Kuroda was damn-near unhittable until Victorino’s single in the eighth. … Continue reading Oh Where, Oh Where Were the Bats?

Pen Can’t Hold Lead

Pedro Martinez pitched his heart out and got nothing out of it as the Phillies lost 2-1. The were able to earn a split on Los Angeles and will come home to Philadelphia for three games. They still have momentum going into these next three games and have nothing to worry about. Martinez went seven … Continue reading Pen Can’t Hold Lead