Pitching didn’t show up in Phillies loss

Dontrelle Willis indicated his arm is tired and could step back from current program. “I was horseshit,” he said. — Matt Gelb (@magelb) March 7, 2012   Dontrelle Willis and Pat Misch have two things in common today: luck wasn’t on their side. The two lefties were shelled for a combined eight runs, five earned … Continue reading Pitching didn’t show up in Phillies loss


Series Preview: Mets

PHI: 92-61, 1st in NL East NYM: 74-68, 4th in NL East Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Discussion: Liberty Bell Sports Probable pitchers Fri: R.A. Dickey (11-7, 2.92) vs. Joe Blanton (7-6, 5.04) Sat: Dillon Gee (1-1, 1.80) vs. Cole Hamels (12-10, 2.93) Sun: Pat Misch (0-4, 4.44) vs. Roy Halladay (20-10, 2.53) Broadcast … Continue reading Series Preview: Mets

Thank God For Pitch Counts

The Mets thankfully had Tim Redding on a pitch count or else the Phillies probably would have never had that sixth inning. The Mets took Redding out after five innings of one-hit shut out ball. They bring in Pat Misch who give walked Shane Victorino and then gave up a homer to Chase Utley. That … Continue reading Thank God For Pitch Counts