Phillies Score Four in the 9th to Comeback Against Brewers

Phillies 7, Brewers 6 WP – Joe Savery (1-2, 5.63) LP – Francisco Rodriguez (2-5, 4.47) PHILADELPHIA — There is some life left in this 2012 Phillies team and they showed it tonight. Trailing 6-3 heading into the 9th, Ty Wigginton’s one-out sacrifice fly capped off a come-from-behind win for the Phillies, a 7-6 win … Continue reading Phillies Score Four in the 9th to Comeback Against Brewers

Lee Earns First Win; Beats Mets 9-2

Phillies 9, Mets 2 WP – Cliff Lee (1-5, 3.98) LP – Chris Young (2-2, 3.41) CORONA, NY — Take a load off, Cliff Lee. The weight has finally been lifted off Lee’s shoulders. The Phillies left-hander earned his first win of the season on his 14th start, a 9-2 win over the Mets that … Continue reading Lee Earns First Win; Beats Mets 9-2

Worley Pummeled; Phillies Fall to Mets 11-1

Mets 11, Phillies 1 WP – Jon Niese (7-3, 3.35) LP – Vance Worley (4-5, 3.46) CORONA, NY — Jon Niese made only one mistake to Carlos Ruiz. After that, he and his offense and defense tightened up to play flawless baseball. The Mets combined a great outing by Niese with some stellar defense and … Continue reading Worley Pummeled; Phillies Fall to Mets 11-1

KK Hit Early In Loss

Pirates 5, Phillies 4 WP – A.J. Burnett (9-2, 3.31) LP – Kyle Kendrick (2-8, 5.35) SV – Joel Hanrahan (20) PHILADELPHIA — Kyle Kendrick settled in, but it was after he gave up five early runs. That early hole was too deep for the Phillies to climb out of and they lost, 5-4. They … Continue reading KK Hit Early In Loss

Pena’s 8th Inning Homer Overshadows Pitcher’s Duel

Rays 3, Phillies 2 WP – David Price (10-4, 2.95) LP – Antonio Bastardo (2-2, 3.75) SV – Fernando Rodney (21) PHILADELPHIA — The game was living up to it’s billing. Cole Hamels and David Price were dueling in a 1-0 game through seven innings. Hamels pitched seven shutout innings in his start, holding a … Continue reading Pena’s 8th Inning Homer Overshadows Pitcher’s Duel

Phils Earn Whacky Walk-Off Win

Phillies 7, Rockies 6 WP – Jonathan Papelbon (1-2, 2.28) LP – Rafael Batencourt (1-3, 3.28) PHIADELPHIA — Twice Rafael Batencourt produced two ground balls but twice his infield failed to get the batters out on them. Back-to-back infield hits, the second being on a catching error by Todd Helton, resulted in the Phillies 7-6 … Continue reading Phils Earn Whacky Walk-Off Win

Smokin’ Joe: Blanton Cruises Through Nine; Phils Win

Phillies 6, Twins 1 WP – Joe Blanton (6-6, 4.93) LP – Scott Diamond (5-2, 2.13) MINNEAPOLIS — The Phillies combined pitching and offense for the first time it seems in ages. For the first time in over two weeks, the Phillies had a starter pitch past the 8th inning. It was Joe Blanton who … Continue reading Smokin’ Joe: Blanton Cruises Through Nine; Phils Win

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

Hamels Coughes Up Lead in 6th; Phils Swept

Dodgers 8, Phillies 3 WP – Aaron Harang (5-3 , 3.95) LP – Cole Hamels (8-3, 2.93) PHILADELPHIA — Nothing is going right for the Phillies, and it’s starting to look ugly. The Phillies dropped a season worst sixth straight time, getting swept in the four-game series to the Dodgers with their 8-3 loss this … Continue reading Hamels Coughes Up Lead in 6th; Phils Swept

Phillies Take Rubber-Match; Lee Winless Again

Phillies 10, Mets 6 WP – Antonio Bastardo (2-1, 1.84) LP – Jon Rauch (3-4, 4.09) NEW YORK —¬†Cliff Lee will enter the month of June without a win. But despite that fact, the Phillies pulled another late-inning rally with Lee on the hill to beat the Mets 10-5, winning the series two games to … Continue reading Phillies Take Rubber-Match; Lee Winless Again