Phillies Trounced In Milwaukee

By Chris Bengel and John Russo Brewers 6, Phillies 2 WP – Yovany Gallardo (12-8, 3.69) LP – Vance Worley (6-8, 4.11) MILWAUKEE — Fielding has never been Domonic Brown’s strong point and that was made evident again. The Phillies right fielder made another mistake on a well-hit ball, factoring into a poor pitching night … Continue reading Phillies Trounced In Milwaukee

Series Preview: vs. Milawaukee Brewers

PHI: 10-4, 1st in NL East; MIL: 7-8, 4th in NL Central When: April 18-20 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Probable Pitchers Monday: Joe Blanton (0-1, 10.45) vs Shaun Marcum (2-1, 2.55) Tuesday: Roy Halladay (2-0, 1.23) vs Randy Wolf (1-2, 4.32) Wednesday: Cliff Lee (2-1, 4.19) vs Chris Narveson (2-1, 1.45) Broadcast Info … Continue reading Series Preview: vs. Milawaukee Brewers

Lidge Blows the Comeback

Phillies fans thought they had it bad in 1993 with closer Mitch Williams.  Brad Lidge is taking the term “wild” to a whole different level.  Once again Lidge had a rocky ninth inning and couldn’t shut the door.  Lidge spoiled the Phillies comeback by allowing a three-run walkoff home run to Ryan Zimmerman. The Phillies … Continue reading Lidge Blows the Comeback

Oswalt Roughed Up in Debut

Well it wasn’t the start that everyone anticipated from Roy Oswalt tonight. In a matter of hours, Oswalt went from a highly-praised acquisition to a complete mystery on the mound. The Washington Nationals just went off on Oswalt as they crushed the Phils, ending their winning streak at eight with an 8-1 inning. Oswalt allowed … Continue reading Oswalt Roughed Up in Debut

Victorino Leads-Off Power Surge

Many were worried that Jimmy Rollins’ absence from the lead-off spot would affect the Phillies’ offense. Well Shane Victorino quelled those fears with his four-hit, five-RBI game in the Phillies’ 14-7 win over Washington Wednesday night. Victorino was 4-for-5 with a triple and homer and five RBI’s. Three of the runs he drove in came on … Continue reading Victorino Leads-Off Power Surge

Doc, Polly Impress In Debuts

The anticipation ws mounting all week heading into Opening Day. With the big offseason acquisitions of Roy Halladay and Placido Polanco still fresh in the minds of Philly fans, their performance today in the first game of the 2010 season was nothing short of expected. Roy Halladay needed only 88 pitches and seven innings of work to … Continue reading Doc, Polly Impress In Debuts