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About Mark

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 17:44:24 +0000

About Mark A lifelong Baseball fan living in Israel and remembering a lifetime of Great Major League Baseball Highlights while watching each new season unfold. I can be reached for further details, or regarding advertising or link exchanges by email at: blogging_baseball at yahoo dot com or, via the Facebook Blogging Baseball group. Blogging Baseball announces that […]

Phillies Through 12 Games: Starting Pitching Superb, Offense Flat

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 09:57:34 +0000

          The Phillies sit in a now unfamiliar spot, the basement in the NL East, albeit let’s hope temporarily, with a record of 5 wins, 7 losses.  The 2012 team is a study in contrasts; their starting pitching has consistently gone deep into games and has given up 24 runs over the span […]

Phillies Nip Pirates in Season Opener as ” Doc” Operates and Ruiz Drives in Winner

Thu, 05 Apr 2012 22:00:34 +0000

        Catcher Carlos Ruiz, who carried a hot bat through the spring exhibition games, was a perfect 3-3 and drove in the Phillies’ only run with a 1 out seventh inning sacrifice fly to rightfield.    Ace of aces Roy Halladay threw 92 pitches through eight masterful innings, only giving up 2 first inning hits […]

Phillies at Halfway Mark in Exhibition Games

Mon, 19 Mar 2012 14:17:21 +0000

         As the Phillies approach the halfway mark in the exhibition schedule, Vance Worley has been impressive in the spring of his sophmore season in MLB giving up but 2 runs in ten innings of work over a 3 game span.   He’s been particularly brilliant over the last eight innings striking out 11 while […]

Phillies’ First 10 Exhibition Games: Some Positives and Negatives

Tue, 13 Mar 2012 11:01:25 +0000

             Through the first 11 Grapefruit League exhibition games, the Phillies sport a 5-5 record with 1 tie.On the positive side, 2 of the 3 pitchers engaged in the battle for the 4th and 5th starter jobs in the rotation — Joe Blanton and Kyle Kendrick — have yet to be scored […]

Phillies Begin 2012 Quest for Success

Sun, 04 Mar 2012 16:08:11 +0000

Welcome back subscribers to Blogging Baseball as the 2012 Spring Training exhibition games begin, and as the Phillies begin their quest for success — hopes for a sixth straight NL East championship, which would be their third NL pennant in six seasons, and for their second World Championship in six seasons. Blogging Baseball went into […]

Carpenter Bests Halladay, Cardinals Get By Lifeless Phillies Offense to NLCS

Sun, 09 Oct 2011 15:07:37 +0000

If an EKG were taken on the Phillies offense, the reading would be lifeless, flatter than Israeli lafa on Yom Kippur.   The first 2 St. Louis hitters tripled and doubled off of ace Roy Halladay on Friday to drive in the only run of the game.  Then Halladay retired the next 10 Cardinals, but the […]

Tigers Pound Nova With Back-to-Back Homers, Edge Yankees to go to ALCS

Fri, 07 Oct 2011 08:17:40 +0000

Click photo for post-game video reportWith 1 out in the first inning, the latter 2 of Yankee starter Ivan Nova’s next 3 pitches went yard as 3rd baseman Don Kelly and leftfielder Delmon Young wasted no time slamming back-to-back dingers to give the Detroit Tigers a 2-0 lead.  Nova, who threw 31 pitches in two […]

Cardinals Even Series, Beat Oswalt and Phillies on Freeze’s Homer and 4 RBIs

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 09:37:51 +0000

The Phillies ripped St. Louis starter Edwin Jackson for 2 runs in the first inning on Jackson’s first 5 pitches on Wednesday before their bats went totally flat until the eighth inning.   The Cards came back with a run against  Roy Oswalt in their first on rightfielder Lance Berkman’s 2 out RBI double and took […]