Hamels Extends Shut Out Streak; Blanks Marlins

Phillies 4, Marlins 0 WP – Cole Hamels (13-6, 2.91) LP – Nathan Eovaldi (3-8, 4.28) MIAMI — Cole Hamels is in a zone. The Phillies left-hander, who is still fresh off inking a six-year extension, showed his worth in another shut out performance in a 4-0 win over the Marlins. Hamels was nearly unhittable, … Continue reading Hamels Extends Shut Out Streak; Blanks Marlins

Kendrick Pitches First Career Shutout

Phillies 4, Cardinals 0WP – Kyle Kendrick (1-4, 4.10) LP – Jaime Garcia 3-3, 3.78) ST. LOUIS — Last season, the Phillies had seven¬†individual¬†complete game shutouts, six by Cliff Lee and one by Roy Halladay. This season they have two, and none of them belong to Lee, Halladay, Cole Hamels or Vance Worley. Instead, Joe … Continue reading Kendrick Pitches First Career Shutout

Halladay makes due with one run

If you’re going to give Roy Halladay only one run to work with, he’s going to win with that one run. The Phils scored two batters into the game but were shut down. But it was all Doc needed to earn his 18th win of the season, and finally posting his first complete game shut … Continue reading Halladay makes due with one run

Shut Out By Committee

You have all heard about “closer by committee.” You know, the thing where a different member of the bull pen will be thrust into the closer’s role depending on match-ups, rest days and other in-game factors. But have you heard of “Shut out by committee?” Well you have now. Kyle Kendrick, who has been pretty … Continue reading Shut Out By Committee