Werth, Nats got Vance’d

Vance Worley, who looks like he could be straight out of “Major League” as Wild Thing Rick Vaughn, made quick work of the Nationals. Worley, making his second start in place of the injured Joe Blanton, pitched six innings, scattering a run and four hits while striking out seven in the Phillies 7-4 win. Worley … Continue reading Werth, Nats got Vance’d

Halladay Shuts Out Nationals

Roy Halladay is a candidate for the Cy Young award for a reason.  Philadelphia hasn’t seen a stud pitcher like this in a quite a long time.  Halladay only needed one run of support to defeat the Washington Nationals 1-0 tonight. Halladay pitched seven solid innings giving up no runs on eight hits with four … Continue reading Halladay Shuts Out Nationals

Offense Picks Up Hamels Again

The Phillies used a big fifth innings to bail out Cole Hamels once again as the Phillies won their home opener and fourth straight, 7-4, over Washington. It was another start that resembled Hamels of 2009, a thing Phillies fans have feared. Though the season is early and it was one bad inning that did … Continue reading Offense Picks Up Hamels Again

Hamels Shaky in Win

This was an important start for Cole Hamels. Though he racked up his first W of 2010, Hamels was not impressive in the Phillies 8-4 win over the Nationals Wednesday. He was fine through two innings until the Nationals put up two in the third and one in the fourth. Hamels wound up only lasting five innings, … Continue reading Hamels Shaky in Win

There’s Good News and Then There’s Bad

I’ll start with the bad news. Brett Myers’ season may be done. Even worse, he may never be a Philly again neither. This was his contract year and it may be going right down the tubes. He sustained a hip injury on Wednesday’s loss to Florida and after x-rays revealed some jaggedness, it just didn’t … Continue reading There’s Good News and Then There’s Bad