Cardinals Show Difference Between Best and Worst

The Saint Louis Cardinals came into a weekend series at Citizens Bank Park with the best record in the National League. The Phillies entered the series with the worst record in all of Major League Baseball. The result was a fairly predictable 12-4 Cards shelling of the hosts. The Phils started Phillippe Aumont on the […] Cardinals Show Difference Between Best and Worst Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered…

June 19, 2015
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Series Preview: Cardinals at Phillies

The Saint Louis Cardinals are the National League’s answer to the New York Yankees, the historically best franchise in the league. The Cards have won 11 World Series championships, 19 National League pennants, a dozen division titles, and have been to the playoffs as a Wildcard another 3 times. In 2015, the Cardinals are unsurprisingly […] Series Preview: Cardinals at Phillies Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

June 19, 2015
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Phillies Scouring the Waiver Wire

As spring training winds down, roster sizes of each camp will continue to dwindle, and the Phillies will be keeping their eyes open for any player who is released who might be able to help them. Teams are beginning to make their cuts as they prepare to pare the roster down to 25 players, which […] Phillies Scouring the Waiver Wire Author: Ethan Witte From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

March 31, 2015
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Triple threat

It took an unlikely four triples, but the Phils got their third spring win this afternoon, topping Baltimore 6-5. The Phillies hit two triples in the 28 games they played in May in 2013. They also hit two in 26 September games. The Phils scored six early runs. A.J. Burnett pitched well through four, but started the fifth and allowed a walk and a home run to the only two…

March 12, 2014
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Seven angels apparently either didn’t have his number or did and are just really big Rays fans

The Phillies got great pitching early this afternoon, but Michael Stutes was charged with five runs in an ugly seventh and the Rays went on to top them 6-1. Roberto Hernandez started the game for the Phils and pitched well after being hit hard his first time out. He allowed one hit, a single, in three scoreless frames and struck out three. He got three ground outs in a 1-2-3…

March 3, 2014
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Third time plucky

Phils topped the Tigers 10-6 this afternoon for their first spring victory. Kyle Kendrick started the game for the Phils and got hit hard in the first, allowing three runs on two walks, a single and a three-run double by Nick Castellanos. He allowed a leadoff walk and uncorked a two-out wild pitch in the second, but kept the Tigers off the board. The Phils came into the game with…

February 28, 2014
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First thud

The Phillies played their first official spring game today, falling 4-3 to Toronto in a game called due to rain after the top of the seventh. Roberto Hernandez started the game, seeing his first action for the Phils having thrown to a 5.03 ERA over his last 146 appearances in regular season action. He went two innings, allowing two runs on four hits and no walks. Jose Bautista hit a…

February 26, 2014
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