Wieters Crushes Double in O’s Second Straight Walk-Off Win

Orioles 5, Phillies 4 (10 innings) WP – David O’Day (0-1, 3.06) LP – Joe Savery (4-0, 1.78) BALTIMORE — The quality that Baltimore that has made it such a successful team in the league’s toughest division is that they have the ability to strike at any given moment. A pair of timely sources of … Continue reading Wieters Crushes Double in O’s Second Straight Walk-Off Win

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New York, this one’s for you

There will be two days during my life I will never forget: September 11, 2001 and May 1, 2011. I remember it like it’s yesterday, halting my 7th grade studies as we watched as a class on the news the terrifying events of 9/11. Our nation was torn only briefly before being brought back together … Continue reading New York, this one’s for you

Shut Out Again

The Phillies were shut out once again on this road trip, the fourth time in six games and the fifth in the last eight. The Marlins got a run in the sixth as the offense spoiled a great outing by Jamie Moyer as the Phillies dropped this one 1-0. The amazing part is that the … Continue reading Shut Out Again

Historic Halladay

Phillies fans knew there was going to be a no-hitter. But not many were expecting that Roy Halladay would be perfect. It’s almost fitting that it happened in Philadelphia where Halladay, a championship-starved pitcher, finally landed himself on a true contender. Doc faced 27 batters and showed each one of them to their seats on … Continue reading Historic Halladay

Moyer Rocked In First

Jamie Moyer wishes he could have a mulligan. He got beat up for five runs in the first inning, which was all Florida needed in their 5-1 win over the Phillies. Jayson Werth’s homer in the ninth was the only offense the Phillies could muster. Moyer (1-1, 7.50) settled in very well after the brutal first to finish his … Continue reading Moyer Rocked In First

PRC: Jack Taschner

Player: Jack Taschner Number: 57 Position: RP Bats/Throws: L/L Consistency: Taschner was acquired in a trade that had them send Ronny Paulino to the Giants before the regular season. Tasch had a rough March/April and an even rougher June where his ERA’s were over 5.00 and 10.00 respectively. He was designated for assignment in July … Continue reading PRC: Jack Taschner

Ronny Paulino traded

The Phillies acquired pitcher Jack Taschner for catcher Ronny Paulino from the San Francisco Giants. Taschner is an experienced lefty and the move was done to bolster the bull pen with lefty arms. I had Paulino making the Phillies 25-man roster so I will replace his name with Chris Coste. I won’t add Taschner to … Continue reading Ronny Paulino traded