Series Preview: Giants

Phillies (11-7) @ San Francisco Giants (10-8) Where: AT&T Park Pitching Probables: Mon: Roy Halladay (4-0, 0.82) vs. Jonathan Sanchez (1-1, 1.86) Tue: Jamie Moyer (2-1, 5.00) vs. Todd Wellemeyer (0-3, 8.16) Wed: Cole Hamels (2-2, 5.11) vs. Tim Lincecum (4-0, 1.00) Broadcast: Mon: 10:15 PM; CSN Tue: 10:15 PM; CSN Wed: 3:45 PM; CSN, MLBN Hot (last three starts) … Continue reading Series Preview: Giants

Almost Here…

Spring is in the air. Well not literally as there is still plenty of snow on the ground and it’s colder than a witch’s unmentionable. But with the reporting of pitchers and catchers around the corner (tomorrow), that warm feeling you get when you smell the grass and hear the crack of the bat or the pop … Continue reading Almost Here…

2009 Phillies Moment #10: Pedro Outduels Lincecum

(September 3, 2009) Seven innings, two earned runs.  You’d think it would be a good night.  For Tim Lincecum, it was good enough for an L.  Lincecum may have won the Cy Young for 2009, but on this date, Pedro Martinez was better.  He looked like the Pedro Martinez of old, going seven innings. After … Continue reading 2009 Phillies Moment #10: Pedro Outduels Lincecum

Phillies Gain Ground

The Phightin’s came up with a huge series win on Atlanta tonight, expanding their division lead to eight games on both the Braves and Fish. This series showed how human Cliff Lee can be and how effective Pedro Martinez and Jamie Moyer are in the same game. This gives the Phillies more depth in the … Continue reading Phillies Gain Ground

A Giant Step Backwards

July was a phenomenal month for the Phillies as they went 20-7. But now comes August and it seems as it the Phillies finally cooled down. Cliff Lee’s amazing debut saved the Phillies from getting swept as they couldn’t figure out the Giants starting pitching, losing three of the four-game series. This was their first … Continue reading A Giant Step Backwards

Lee’s Debut Moved Up

Cliff Lee was originally scheduled to pitch tomorrow versus San Francisco’s ace, Tim Lincecum. The Phillies had other plans as they wanted to debut him tonight and have Joe Blanton pitch Saturday versus the young phenom. Also Cole Hamels will pitch in Sunday’s game in place of Jamie Moyer. Lee is 12-2 with a 3.18 … Continue reading Lee’s Debut Moved Up

Despite Shut Out, Phils Remain Hot

I don’t have time to write my detailed recap and preview for the Phillies series but I will write a brief one. I’ll be at the Bank tonight for the Billy Joel/Elton John Face2Face concert tonight. Vs Arizona:7/27 – Phillies won 6-27/28 – Phillies won 4-37/29 – D’Backs won 4-0 Next Series: Phillies (58-41; 31-16 … Continue reading Despite Shut Out, Phils Remain Hot