Series Preview: at Colorado Rockies

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

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Four teams splash big at the deadline

The final week leading up to the trade deadline makes for some of the most exciting and exhausting news in baseball. Beat writers, fans and owners dread the July 31 date and breath a huge sigh of relief when 4:00 PM passes. This year was no different. With teams like the Phillies, Giants and Braves … Continue reading Four teams splash big at the deadline

Doc Takes Home Hardware

Roy Halladay was named the 2010 NL Cy Young award winner today. Blowing away the competition with unanimous voting, the 13th player in history to do so, Doc became only the fifth player in Major League history to win a Cy Young in both leagues. Halladay went 21-10 with a 2.44 ERA in 33 starts … Continue reading Doc Takes Home Hardware

Halladay’s Season

When the trade went down back in December, Phillies fans were left with two questions. The first was why would they trade away Cliff Lee? There was never a clear answer other than they wouldn’t be able to sign him and it was a move to restock the farm system. The second question was how … Continue reading Halladay’s Season

Phils Send Jimenez to Showers

There was a lot to be proven by Kyle Kendrick. After being sent down earlier in the week after being blown up by St. Louis on Monday, Kendrick was given another shot. This time, he faced Ubaldo Jimenz, the supposed front runner for the NL Cy Young. Well Kendrick was the one looking like the … Continue reading Phils Send Jimenez to Showers

Ibanez, Phils Explode In Fifth

As the “Raaaauuullll” chants rained from the stands, Raul Ibanez rewarded his fans and the Phillies with a nice night. The 38-year-old left-handed slugger ripped a two-run double that started off the scoring in the fifth inning that eventually led to a 6-0 win for the Phillies over Colorado and second straight shut out for … Continue reading Ibanez, Phils Explode In Fifth

Series Preview: Rockies

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

Happ to Pitch Game 3

Sorry I wasn’t around today to post this but as you may know, tonight’s game was cancelled due to it snowing and being below 20 degrees in Colorado. The Phillies will play tomorrow night and Monday in Colorado. Pedro Martinez, who was slated to pitch today, will not be the starter tomorrow. Instead it will … Continue reading Happ to Pitch Game 3

Lee Dominates Game 1

Cliff Lee fell only one out from a complete game shut out in his first playoff start but he did just fine as the Phillies won 5-1 to start the NLDS. The Phillies take an early 1-0 lead in the best of five series versus Colorado, a huge win for a team that struggled down … Continue reading Lee Dominates Game 1