The Power of Lee: Cliff homers in Phils win

“Cliff Lee has as many homers against left-handed pitching as Ryan Howard with 1” – Kevin Cooney Put that into perspective. Lee hit his second home run of the season, the first Phillies pitcher to hit multiple home runs in a single season since Randy Wolf hit three in 2004, as the Phillies beat Los … Continue reading The Power of Lee: Cliff homers in Phils win

No story book ending

The big bad Wolf huffed and puffed and blew the Phillies away. Randy Wolf pitched six scoreless innings and the Brewers blew up Roy Halladay and the bull pen in the seventh inning as the Brewers handed the Phillies their first shut out of the season, a 9-0 loss. It was the worst loss the … Continue reading No story book ending

Phormer Phils: Randy Wolf

Oooowwwwwooooooooooooooohhhhhh Yea, I just went there. Remember this guy, Randy Wolf? How can you forget? Wolf was one of the first Phils to have a fan club, an inspiration for the Wolf Pack. Decked out in wolf masks and wolf claws, the Wolf Pack was present every fifth day at Veterans Stadium’s 700 level. But … Continue reading Phormer Phils: Randy Wolf

Extraordinary Cole

The Phillies scored 10 runs for Cole Hamels… the same number they have scored for him over his last six starts combined. Yes, Cole, the offense does love you, showing that in their 10-6 win Wednesday night over Florida. Hamels was spectacular in his own right though. The lefty allowed no runs in seven innings … Continue reading Extraordinary Cole

Bit By the Wolf

Heading into Sunday’s game, Randy Wolf was 1-2 with a 5.79 ERA in four starts against his former squad. And with Kyle Kendrick on the mound for the Phillies, today’s game was set to be full of offensive fire power from both teams. That wasn’t the case as Wolf held the Phillies to only two … Continue reading Bit By the Wolf

Series Preview: Brewers

PHI: 76-58, 2nd in NL East MIL: 62-71, t3rd in NL Central Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Discussion: Liberty Bell Sports Probable Pitchers Friday: Cole Hamels* (8-10, 3.31) vs. Chris Capuano* (2-2, 5.06) Saturday: Roy Halladay (16-10, 2.27) vs. Dave Bush (7-11, 4.71) Sunday: Kyle Kendrick (9-7, 4.72) vs. Randy Wolf* (10-10, 4.76) *Lefty … Continue reading Series Preview: Brewers

Wolf Sent Packin’

The Phillies beat up on former Phillie Randy Wolf as they went on to win _ on retro night at Miller Park. The Phils wore the old powder-blues and the Brewers wore their throw-backs as well. Moyer had another one of his typical starts. After the Phillies took an early 3-0 lead, he gave up … Continue reading Wolf Sent Packin’

Series Preview: Brewers

Phillies (20-13; 1st in NL East) at Milwaukee Brewers (15-19; 3rd in NL Central) Where: Miller Park Discussion: Liberty Bell Sports Pitching Probables Fri: Jamie Moyer (4-2, 4.38) vs. Randy Wolf (3-2, 3.95) Sat: Joe Blanton (0-2, 4.97) vs. Chris Narveson (3-0, 5.06) Sun: Cole Hamels (3-2, 4.53) vs. Doug Davis (1-4, 7.56) Broadcast Fri: … Continue reading Series Preview: Brewers

Free Agency Tracker

MLB.com has it’s Hot Stove Free Agency tracker fired back up. There have been no major signings yet this off season but players like Manny Ramirez, Bobby Abreu, and Ken Griffey Jr. have resigned with their former teams. The big names this year include Matt Holliday, Jason Bay, John Lackey, Hideki Matsui, Johnny Damon, Andy Pettitte, and Chone Figgins. … Continue reading Free Agency Tracker

The Phillies Are J-Roll-in’

This team is incredible. They keep you on the edge of your seat for 26 outs while you bite your nails all the way to your elbow. Then with one mighty swing, they win the game and rip the hearts out of their opponent, sending the Phillie Phaithful into a euphoria. The Phillies overcame a … Continue reading The Phillies Are J-Roll-in’