Phillies 4, Nationals 1 WP – Cliff Lee (3-7, 3.67) LP – Jordan Zimmerman (9-8, 2.63) SV – Josh Lindblom (1) PHILADELPHIA — It took until August 26 for Cliff Lee to earn a winning decision at Citizens Bank Park this season. For only his third win on the year, Lee shut down the Nationals … Continue reading Natitude: Lee Earns First Win At Home; Phils Sweep
On late Sunday night in D.C., a rivalry was born. Nationals G.M. Mike Rizzo, all fun-loving with the “Natitude” slogan and the “Take Back the Park” campaign, just went Gizmo on the Phillies. Last night, Cole Hamels fed the Nats G.M. after midnight and he turned ugly in an interview with the Washington Post. (WARNING: … Continue reading Nats GM Rips Hamels For Hitting Harper Intentionally
It was the type of win the Phillies needed. Preventing an early-May sweep to the Nationals, the Phillies combined a brilliant outing by Cole Hamels and an offensive outburst by Hunter Pence and the rest of the team to beat the Nationals, 9-3, preventing the sweep in the Nation’s Capital. “Hollywood” Hamels was spectacular as … Continue reading Phils Prevent Sweep In D.C.
Washington is really trying hard to create a rivalry with the Philadelphia Phillies. First they begin rounding up former members of the 2008 World Series team. Then they start a campaign to take back their ballpark but blocking ticket sales to people outside the D.C. area. Now, manager Davey Johnson says that he would take … Continue reading Washington manager Johnson would take Nats top 3 over Doc, Lee, Hamels
Cliff Lee stamped the exclamation point on the statement that the Phillies made the right choice in signing him over Jayson Werth. Lee bounced back from his poor start against Atlanta to shut out the Nationals, 4-0, as the Phils took their fourth series of the season. Lee was fantastic, blowing his way through the … Continue reading Lee blanks Nats in finale