2011 Moments: #4 The Might of Cliff Lee

Cliff Lee was forcing the Philadelphia fans to fall in love with the left-handed pitcher even more than they already had two years prior. Lee’s swagger off the mound, his abilities on the bound and his ability to win over the hearts of more and more fans intensified when Lee belted not one, but two … Continue reading 2011 Moments: #4 The Might of Cliff Lee

Series Preview: vs Los Angeles Dodgers

PHI: 35-24, 1st in NL East; LAD: 28-32, 3rd in NL West When: June 6-8 Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Probable Pitchers Monday: Cliff Lee (4-5, 3.94) vs Ted Lilly (4-4, 4.22) Tuesday: Roy Oswalt (3-3, 2.70) vs Rubby De La Rosa (1-0, 1.80) Wednesday: Cole Hamels (7-2, 2.83) vs Hiroki Kuroda (5-6, 3.46) … Continue reading Series Preview: vs Los Angeles Dodgers

This Byrd Has Flown

The Phillies aren’t what I would call Day Trippers today. In fact, they’re heading down the Long and Winding Road to disaster if they don’t pick it up fast. Tomorrow Never Knows what kind of day the Phillies will have. Okay enough of the Beatles references but this team has certainly gone to the the … Continue reading This Byrd Has Flown

Pedro to Debut Wednesday; Moyer to Bull Pen

Hallelujah! Pedro Martinez will make his 2009 debut with the Phillies on Wednesday. To make room for him in the rotation, Jamie Moyer was informed that he will be put in the bull pen. Chad Durbin was also re-activated and Rodrigo Lopez was sent to AAA Lehigh in his place. A roster move to accommodate … Continue reading Pedro to Debut Wednesday; Moyer to Bull Pen