PHI: 68-39, 1st in NL East; COL: 51-57, 3rd in NL West When: August 1-3 Where: Coors Field (Denver, CO) Probable Pitchers Monday: Cole Hamels (12-6, 2.61) vs Jhoulys Chacin (8-8, 3.50) Tuesday: Kyle Kendrick (5-5, 3.52) vs Aaron Cook (2-5, 5.05) Wednesday: Roy Halladay (13-4, 2.44) vs Jason Hammel (6-10, 4.65) Broadcast Info Monday, … Continue reading Series Preview: at Colorado Rockies
Stemming from a conversation Tom McCarthy, Chris Wheeler and Gary Matthews were having on the Phils broadcast last night, I want to take a little time to talk about a certain Colorado Rockies star who I’ve seen tearing it up in baseball for the past 14 years. Todd Helton has been an absolute force in … Continue reading A career worth consideration?
You have to be damn near perfect the way the Phillies anemic offense has been of late. Cole Hamels was as good as you can expect him to be, pitching too good for the Phillies offense to squander his gem in their 2-1 win Wednesday night. The Phillies started off their nine-day home stand with … Continue reading Hamels makes most of two runs
Phillies (19-12; 1st in NL East) at Colorado Rockies (15-16; 3rd in NL West) Where: Coors Field Discussion: Liberty Bell Sports Pitching Probables Mon: Kyle Kendrick (1-1, 5.87) vs. Greg Smith (1-2, 6.35) Tue: Roy Halladay (6-1, 1.45) vs. Aaron Cook (1-3, 6.03) Wed: Jamie Moyer (4-2, 4.38) vs. Esmil Rogers (0-1, 6.39) Broadcast Mon: 8:40 … Continue reading Series Preview: Rockies
Philadelphia Phillies – The Phillies actually got better. With a busy off season that saw playoff hero Cliff Lee traded and Roy Halladay brought and the signings of Placido Polanco, Danys Baez, and Jose Contreras to improve the line up and pen, the Phillies are back in the driver’s seat of the NL to become … Continue reading Five Teams to Watch in the NL