Spring Training: Phillies 5, Pirates 4; Galvis bruises foot

First thing’s first… Cliff Lee has himself ready for the season, pitching lights out as well as getting his bat up to speed. Lee went six scoreless innings, allowing only three hits and a walk while striking out three in the Phillies 5-4 win over the Pirates. He also doubled in his only hit of … Continue reading Spring Training: Phillies 5, Pirates 4; Galvis bruises foot

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Spring Training: Red Sox 6, Phillies 0

Jon Lester has himself ready for the regular season. Boston’s ace cruised through seven innings of two-hit balls, striking out 10 in the Red Sox’s 6-0 win over the Phillies. Joe Blanton got the start in Clearwater. He was solid through the first four innings but for hit for another three runs in the 5th, … Continue reading Spring Training: Red Sox 6, Phillies 0

Phils pummel Tigers relievers

Roy Halladay wasn’t given the most glamourous of line ups to pitch behind today. Thankfully, that’s a problem he will only have to encounter this spring. Doc allowed three runs on four hits in three innings of work while striking out four. He didn’t have a problem with much of the Tigers’ line up, well … Continue reading Phils pummel Tigers relievers

GFL action kicks off today vs Yankees

Real baseball is officially back today with the start of Grapefruit League Play. For the Phillies, play will kick off against the New York Yankees. Cole Hamels will take the hill against Yankees young phenom Ivan Nova. Both pitchers will likely go only two innings at the most. Former Phillie left fielder Raul Ibanez will … Continue reading GFL action kicks off today vs Yankees

MIA’s Dobbs: “I want us to be the team to beat”; Hyatt to start vs FSU

DOBBS COMMENTS — Ex-Phillie and current Marlin bench player Greg Dobbs is confident in the new Miami Marlins team this season. In fact, he’s so confident that he now has lofty expectations for his team while taking a page out of the 2007 chapter in Jimmy Rollins’ book. “A lot of things can happen over the … Continue reading MIA’s Dobbs: “I want us to be the team to beat”; Hyatt to start vs FSU