Brewers get to Worley in 7th, prevent sweep

It was one inning too much for Phils starter Vance Worley. Though he was at 91 pitches heading into the 7th, Worley was bending a lot without breaking. He finally broke as Milwaukee hitters jumped all over him for two runs, giving the Brewers the 3-2 lead and win. The first two outs came easy … Continue reading Brewers get to Worley in 7th, prevent sweep

Howard’s early blast guides Phils past Brewers

A day after it took the Phillies 6 innings to get their offense going, Ryan Howard made sure that they got on the board earlier. Howard blasted a Shaun Marcum offering into the seats in right field, giving the visitors an early 3-0 lead in the 1st inning. It was a lead that they would … Continue reading Howard’s early blast guides Phils past Brewers

Phils win with the longball

The first three innings, the Phils were getting perfecto’d. Then they broke it up with a walk in the 4th and then finally managed to break up the no-no in the 5th. But despite the walk and hit, they were still the same lifeless Phils. But two big swings changed all of that as Placido … Continue reading Phils win with the longball

KK = Kendrick Kollapse

Charlie Manuel was literally stuck between a rock and a hard place. With only two relievers, Kyle Kendrick and Danys Baez, left in the bull pen, Manuel went with Kendrick in the top of the 12th. Kendrick blew up, allowing three runs on one hit, a handful of walks and errors and some small ball … Continue reading KK = Kendrick Kollapse

Halladay Gets Support

Cole Hamels due with his lack of support Friday night with a 1-0 win. But Roy Halladay struggled as the Phillies offense gave him just enough to pull out his 17th win of the season as the Phillies won 5-4 over the Brewers. All four runs Doc allowed were by way of a solo home … Continue reading Halladay Gets Support