Third Base Wide Open For Next Season

There is a big question mark stamped next to the third baseman’s name for the 2013 season.┬áIt’s a position that hasn’t had a consistent inhabitant since Scott Rolen was traded in 2002. A few guys like David Bell, Pedro Feliz and Placido Polanco were supposed to be main-stays. But only Polanco managed to make an … Continue reading Third Base Wide Open For Next Season

Phils Win Wild Wet One

It sure as hell wasn’t an easy ninth inning, especially with Brad Lidge on the mound for the final frame. But despite loading the bases, Lidge nailed the door shut to give the Phillies their fourth straight win, a 4-3 victory over the Rockies on a rain-soaked afternoon. The win was also the Phils’ seventh … Continue reading Phils Win Wild Wet One

Historic Halladay

Phillies fans knew there was going to be a no-hitter. But not many were expecting that Roy Halladay would be perfect. It’s almost fitting that it happened in Philadelphia where Halladay, a championship-starved pitcher, finally landed himself on a true contender. Doc faced 27 batters and showed each one of them to their seats on … Continue reading Historic Halladay

Phils Lose Series to Fish

Series recap:Monday – L 3-5Tuesday – W 5-3Wednesday – L 2-6 The series started on Monday, back in Philly. After a very successful 8-2 road trip that ended with a series win at Yankee Stadium, the Phillies would face the Marlins for three. After sweeping the first series in Florida, they were hoping for at … Continue reading Phils Lose Series to Fish