Phillies Hang On to Win 6th Straight; Get Back to .500

Phillies 9, Marlins 7 WP – Roy Halladay (10-7, 4.01) LP – Nathan Eovaldi (4-12, 4.71) SV – Jonathan Papelbon (33) PHILADELPHIA — After a span of low-scoring, good pitching efforts, the Phillies offense bailed out a weak night on the hill to keep the team rolling. On a night where Roy Halladay and the … Continue reading Phillies Hang On to Win 6th Straight; Get Back to .500

Blanton’s First Victory

It’s baby steps for Joe Blanton. In his return from the disabled list, Blanton allowed three runs in the first two innings. He settled down as he scattered eight hits over five innings along with two strikeouts and two walks as the Phils beat the Marlins, 6-4, Monday night. Blanton also forced four double play … Continue reading Blanton’s First Victory

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

Phils win with the longball

The first three innings, the Phils were getting perfecto’d. Then they broke it up with a walk in the 4th and then finally managed to break up the no-no in the 5th. But despite the walk and hit, they were still the same lifeless Phils. But two big swings changed all of that as Placido … Continue reading Phils win with the longball