Luebke dominates Phils as offense struggles

It’s been that type of week for the Phillies. Just days after Cliff Lee pitches 10 shutout innings and gets zero run support, Roy Halladay suffered the very same fate on Saturday night. Padres starter Cory Luebke stifled the Phillies lineup, only allowing two hits in eight innings in a 5-1 Padres win. The loss … Continue reading Luebke dominates Phils as offense struggles

Worley Finds Offense Worse Than His Own; Dominates

One run. It’s all Cliff Lee begged for on Wednesday and it’s all Vance Worley got tonight. That one lone run was again the difference maker in the outcome for the Phillies, this time resulting in a win. A first-inning run was all Worley needed as the Philies won, 2-0, in San Diego. It was … Continue reading Worley Finds Offense Worse Than His Own; Dominates

Off Season 12/4/09

Well this was an interesting day so far and it’s only noon. First off, Placido Polanco was almost not going to return to the Phillies. The Phils contacted 8-year veteran Orlando Hudson of the Dodgers about making the switch from second to third but were denied. With that answer, they pursued and signed Polanco. Very interesting. I am … Continue reading Off Season 12/4/09

Rollins, Victorino Win Gold Glove

Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino were awarded the Gold Glove award today. Chase Utley was screwed out of his Gold Glove, losing to Orlando Hudson of the Dodgers, who play significantly less games than Utley. The award was Rollins’ third and Victorino’s second. Rollins was the first short stop in the NL to win three … Continue reading Rollins, Victorino Win Gold Glove

Wolf Dominates Old Team

Last night was just awful to watch. Well the last 6 innings were. The Phillies lost 9-2 and Jamie Moyer got roughed up, lasting only 4.1 innings and gave up 7 runs on 8 hits. The Phillies offense managed to only get 2 runs on 5 hits, both being solo home runs but Jimmy Rollins … Continue reading Wolf Dominates Old Team