Worley Pummeled; Phillies Fall to Mets 11-1

Mets 11, Phillies 1 WP – Jon Niese (7-3, 3.35) LP – Vance Worley (4-5, 3.46) CORONA, NY — Jon Niese made only one mistake to Carlos Ruiz. After that, he and his offense and defense tightened up to play flawless baseball. The Mets combined a great outing by Niese with some stellar defense and … Continue reading Worley Pummeled; Phillies Fall to Mets 11-1

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Wigginton’s Big Day Knocks Off Former Team

Phillies 8, Mets 4 WP – Cole Hamels (8-1, 2.43) LP – Jon Niese (3-3, 4.55) NEW YORK — If Billy Beane was the general manager of the Phillies he would have been proud of Ty Wigginton’s game. Wigginton was on base five times, driving in three runs on an RBI double and single in … Continue reading Wigginton’s Big Day Knocks Off Former Team

Series Preview: at New York Mets

PHI: 25-24, 5th in NL East; NYM: 27-21, 2nd in NL Central When: May 28-30 Where: Citi Field (New York, NY) Probable Pitchers Monday: Cole Hamels (7-1, 2.17) vs Jon Niese (3-2, 4.29) Tuesday: Joe Blanton (4-4, 4.55) vs Jeremy Hefner (0-2, 6.17) Wednesday: Cliff Lee (0-2, 2.82) vs Dillon Gee (4-3, 4.92) Broadcast Info Monday, … Continue reading Series Preview: at New York Mets

Mets Shut Out Phils

The return of David Wright sparked the Mets offense in a big way. Their star third baseman had a three-hit day, including a solo home run in the first inning in the Mets 5-0 shut out win backed by starter Jon Niese. The left-handed Niese breezed through the Phillies order, pitching 6 2/3 shut out … Continue reading Mets Shut Out Phils

Series Preview: vs New York Mets

PHI: 81-44, 1st in NL East; NYM: 60-66, 4th in NL East When: August 22-24 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Probable Pitchers Monday: Cliff Lee (13-7, 2,82) vs Dillon Gee (11-4, 3.92) Tuesday: Vance Worley (8-1, 2.76) vs Jon Niese (11-10, 4.05) Wednesday: Kyle Kendrick (7-5, 3.24) vs Mike Pelfrey (6-10, 4.61) Broadcast Info … Continue reading Series Preview: vs New York Mets

Hairston’s five RBIs fuel Mets

For one brief moment, Cole Hamels, one of the three big All-Star arms for the Phils, came crashing back to earth. The left-hander, whose fall from grace was a rarity all season, got roughed up by the New York Mets for seven runs en route to the 11-2 loss suffered in Queens on Saturday afternoon. … Continue reading Hairston’s five RBIs fuel Mets

Grading the Phantastic Phour and Phriends

Through two months of baseball, we’ve pretty much seen from the Phillies what we expected at the beginning of the season. The starting pitching has been phenomenal, the offense has been shaky with the absence of Chase Utley and Domonic Brown prior to their returns and the bull pen has been hit or miss. But … Continue reading Grading the Phantastic Phour and Phriends

7th Heaven

Shades of last season were looming at Citizens Bank Park today. With Roy Halladay dealing, the Mets held a 1-0 lead heading into the 7th. For sure it appeared the Phillies would have to life the right-hander with only 78 pitches under his belt. But a big blast and some small ball scored two for … Continue reading 7th Heaven

Makin’ a mess of the Mets

The aces are back in business. After two subpar outings from Cole Hamels and Joe Blanton, Roy Halladay showed why he is the true ace of the staff. The Phillies offense slaughtered Mets’ pitching for 16 hits and 11 runs. Halladay pitched seven strong innings of no-run baseball on the way to a 11-0 Phillies win over the New … Continue reading Makin’ a mess of the Mets

Series Preview: New York Mets

PHI: 3-0; NYM: 2-1 When: April 5-7 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, PA) Probable Pitchers Tuesday: Cole Hamels (0-0, 0.00) vs. Chris Young (0-0, 0.00) Wednesday: Joe Blanton (0-0, 0.00) vs. Mike Pelfrey (0-1, 10.38) Thursday: Roy Halladay (0-0, 1.50) vs. Jon Niese (0-0, 2.57) Broadcast Info Tuesday, 7:05, MyPHL 17 Wednesday, 7:05, TCN Thursday, 3:05, … Continue reading Series Preview: New York Mets