Series Preview: vs Miami Marlins

PHI: 27-25, 5th in NL East;┬áMIA: 29-25, 2nd in NL East When: June 1-3 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, PA) Probable Pitchers Friday: Kyle Kendrick (1-4, 4.10) vs Mark Buehrle (5-4, 3.26) Saturday: Cole Hamels (8-1, 2.43) vs Ricky Nolasco (5-3, 2.46) Sunday: Joe Blanton (4-5, 5.05) vs Carlos Zambrano (3-3, 3.00) Broadcast Info Friday, … Continue reading Series Preview: vs Miami Marlins

Average Joe Foils Fish

The Phillies may be the only rotation who has as much attention put on their fifth start as their number one. Joe Blanton sticks out like a sore thumb in a rotation filled with the stars it boasts. That’s why when he puts up an effort like he did tonight that he will garner a … Continue reading Average Joe Foils Fish

Infante Homers Twice As New-Look Fish Beat Phils

No Giancarlo Stanton? No problem says Miami, who found their power source elsewhere Monday afternoon. Spoiling the home opener for the Phillies, Miami went into Philadelphia without their most dangerous hitter against one of the division’s premier aces and dominated. It was Omar Infante who was the unlikely power source in the Marlins 6-2 win. … Continue reading Infante Homers Twice As New-Look Fish Beat Phils

Dobbs clutch in Marlins win

Why does it always seem a mediocre ex-Phillies kills them? Greg Dobbs came through with the bases loaded in the seventh, hitting a two-run single to give the Marlins the 4-3 lead and win Friday night. Roy Oswalt was pitching well until he exited the game after the sixth. Oswalt appeared to injure himself running … Continue reading Dobbs clutch in Marlins win

2010 Moment: #8 Moyer’s Historic Night

Let’s face it: 47 is old. But for one night, Jamie Moyer felt young again. Moyer became the oldest pitcher in Major League history to record a complete game shut out when he blanked the Atlanta Braves through nine, 7-0. He broke Braves great Phil Niekro’s record of over 46-years old in 1985. He was … Continue reading 2010 Moment: #8 Moyer’s Historic Night

Phils Swept and Fall 2.5 Behind

It was another frustrating day for the Phillies as they managed to only score one run and spoil a great start by Kyle Kendrick. The Braves got the go-ahead run in the eighth off Jose Contreras to win 2-1 Wednesday afternoon, sweeping the Phillies and pulling to a 2.5 game lead in the division. Kendrick … Continue reading Phils Swept and Fall 2.5 Behind

Phils Take Two From Braves

Cole Hamels was dominant and Brad Lidge was closing the game out like the good old days as Philadelphia won 5-3. The Phillies bull pen gave Hamels four scoreless innings to preserve the game. The Phillies took two-of-three from the Braves and seven games out of their 10-game home stand to improve to 19-12 on … Continue reading Phils Take Two From Braves