2010 Moment: #7 Hot as Cole

Roy Halladay pitched a no-hitter in game one of the NLDS against the Cincinnati Reds. Roy Oswalt followed up with a less-than-stellar performance in which the Phillies bull pen out-pitched Cincy’s in game two. With the Phillies holding a 2-0 series lead, it was up to Cole Hamels to shut the door on Cincinnati in … Continue reading 2010 Moment: #7 Hot as Cole


Cole-d As Ice

Cole will take those two shots you ordered for him now, Reds fans. Hamels had ice running through his veins Sunday night. Not even a bowl of Cincinnati’s finest chili would melt the ice in Hamels as he cooled the Reds’ bats and their World Series hopes in the Phils 2-0 win. Hamels went the … Continue reading Cole-d As Ice

Jay’s Day

After the spectacular catch he made in the top of the second inning in which he followed-up with a base hit in the bottom half, it seemed like it was going to be Jay Bruce’s day. Bruce went 2-for-4, including the two-run blast that ultimately won the game for the Reds by a score of … Continue reading Jay’s Day