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Comment on David Wright’s Tack? “Phillies the Team to Beat” by Social Media Blog

Wed, 11 Apr 2012 19:08:20 +0000

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Comment on Worley Pounded as Nationals Beat Phillies Again by » Nationals Pound Oswalt in Eighth Inning, Sweep Phillies | Blogging-Baseball.com

Fri, 23 Sep 2011 08:16:30 +0000

[...] And I’ve got one huge question for Charlie Manuel, symptomatic of the Phils offensive woes;  What’s John Bowker doing pinch hitting in clutch situations, or starting in the outfield, or at 1st base, let alone on the Phillies roster?   He’s bleepin’ awful, the pits, not exactly Del Unser.  You have Domonic Brown on the bench, Chollie??  What goes?   He hasn’t had a hit in 11 at bats since joining the team.  And some of those at bats have been with runners on.  Heaven help us if Chollie puts him on the post-season roster.   Suffice to say that unless Manuel shakes and rallies the offensive troops NOW, it’s liable to be one-and-done and quickly in the NLDS, despite a starting pitching staff full of aces.   Charlie, it’s not enough for you to “think that they’ll hit.”  Not much more can be said. [...]



Comment on Moribund Phillies Offense Falls to Nationals in Doubleheader Sweep by » Nationals Pound Oswalt in Eighth Inning, Sweep Phillies | Blogging-Baseball.com

Fri, 23 Sep 2011 08:01:25 +0000

[...] Pitiful, embarrassing — there have to be a ton of adjectives to describe the NL East division winning Phillies’ stale, flat-as-Israel-lafa offense of September which just got swept before our very eyes by… duh, the Washington Nationals.   Just as rookie teammate lefthander Tommy Milone did; a 4 hit six inning shutout in game 1 of Tuesday’s doubleheader, so too did rookie Brad Peacock but 1 better — 5 2/3 innings of 1 hit shutout ball on Thursday.   The Phils collected just 4 hits total off of Peacock and 5 Nationals relievers and left 6 men stranded, 3 of them were catcher Carlos Ruiz who went 3 for 4 driving in 1st baseman John Mayberry Jr. with the Phils’ only run in the ninth.  Mayberry Jr. had poked a 2 out double preceding Ruiz.   Starter Roy Oswalt was solid through 7 2/3 innings keeping the Phils in the game, only giving up 2 two out runs in the third on shortstop Ian Desmond’s RBI double and rightfielder Roger Bernadina’s run-scoring single and a total of 4 hits through seven innings.  Bernadina has spelled trouble for the Phils throughout this series.  Oswalt got the first 2 outs of the eighth inning before the roof caved in with the Nationals scoring 4 runs, 1 on Bernadina’s double to right centerfield and leftfielder Michael Morse’s 3 run clout which broke the game open chasing Oswalt.   Reliever Brad Lidge came on and got the side out on a 3 pitch strikeout.   Rookie reliever Joe Savery came on in the ninth and went clean on the Nationals on 11 pitches, but the Phils had too-little, too-late once again, with 2 out in the ninth as the  Nationals pounded Oswalt in eighth inning of the series final enroute to a 6-1 win and Nationals sweep of the Phillies. [...]



Comment on Phillies Lose Games 3, 4 to Giants on Shutout, 9th Inning Sacrifice RBI by Giants World Series

Thu, 15 Sep 2011 00:09:38 +0000

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Comment on Phillies and Marlins Split first 2 Games by Sports

Sun, 11 Sep 2011 13:08:35 +0000

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Comment on 36 Years Ago: Lefty Carlton to the Phillies by Hockey

Sun, 11 Sep 2011 11:50:46 +0000

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Comment on MLB Makes Several Rule Changes for the 2007 Season by san francisco giants

Thu, 08 Sep 2011 21:46:13 +0000

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Comment on Major League Baseball’s Wildest Games: Phillies 23, Chicago Cubs 22 at Wrigley Field … by san francisco giants

Thu, 08 Sep 2011 10:26:49 +0000

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Comment on Phillies Split Final 2 Games With Cardinals by Baseball Games

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 12:52:24 +0000

[...] Phillies Split Final 2 Games With Cardinals | Blogging-Baseball.com: After pounding St. Louis for 9 runs in the eighth inning to take the series opener, the Phillies and Cardinals traded wins in games 2 and 3.    On Wednesday, lefthander Cliff Lee tossed another masterful complete game shutout, his 2nd consecutive blanking as shortstop Jimmy Rollins and 1st baseman Ryan Howard slammed fourth inning homers … – Readmore [...]



Comment on Phillies Split Final 2 Games With Cardinals by Daily News » Blog Archive » Baseball Games

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 12:51:54 +0000

[...] Phillies Split Final 2 Games With Cardinals | Blogging-Baseball.com: After pounding St. Louis for 9 runs in the eighth inning to take the series opener, the Phillies and Cardinals traded wins in games 2 and 3.    On Wednesday, lefthander Cliff Lee tossed another masterful complete game shutout, his 2nd consecutive blanking as shortstop Jimmy Rollins and 1st baseman Ryan Howard slammed fourth inning homers … – Readmore [...]