Game 39: Get Doc A Win

CHICAGO — It’s been five starts since Roy Halladay’s last win. Never thought you’d read those words in one sentence since Halladay (3-3, 3.20) joined the Phillies in the offseason before 2010. Well you just did, so let it soak in for a bit. Halladay’s last winning decision came on April 16 against the San … Continue reading Game 39: Get Doc A Win

Bats Go Back In Hiding As Phils Lose to Cubs

Whatever the Phillies did on their day off yesterday they left their bats at home. They came back and dropped the first game of the series to the Cubs, 5-1. You could put some blame on home plate umpire C.B. Bucknor, who called a terrible game like usual but in the end the bats didn’t … Continue reading Bats Go Back In Hiding As Phils Lose to Cubs

Game 20: Keep the Bats Rollin’

The Phillies (9-10) would love nothing more than to develop a consistency at the plate. After an incredibly slow start offensively to the season the Phillies have found themselves scoring 20 runs in the last 19 innings they played. A lot of that can be attributed to Juan Pierre and his .339 batting average from … Continue reading Game 20: Keep the Bats Rollin’

Offense Backs Kendrick

After two disappointing losses to the Pirates the past two days in which the Phillies managed only two runs, the offense exploded tonight to back Kyle Kendrick. The young righty pitched very well and offense came through in a big way as the Phillies won 12-4, snapping the three-game skid to a last-place team. Jimmy … Continue reading Offense Backs Kendrick