Phillies All-Star Break Injury Report

As the All-Star break draws to a close, now would seem like an appropriate time to look at the injury situation of several Phillies players. Much of the planned starting pitching rotation that the club had built has collapsed due to varying health issues, which has led to the train-wreck of a rotation which the Phils are […] Phillies All-Star Break Injury Report Author: David Mosemann From Feed: Powered by WPeMatico

July 15, 2015

Dutch treat, but not for the Phillies

Mario Hollands made his major league debut last night in what seemed like a bit of a weird time, entering in the bottom of the ninth in a tie game to face Shin-Soo Choo, Elvis Andrus and Prince Fielder. Didn’t work out so well for the Phils as Choo and Fielder both walked. Choo scored from second on a walkoff single from Adrian Beltre off of B.J. Rosenberg to give…

April 2, 2014

Irreversible errors

Atlanta 8, Phillies 1. Cliff Lee got the start and pitched well, but the Braves scored five runs charged to Papelbon in the seventh inning, all of which were unearned thanks to another Maikel Franco error. That’s not to suggest that Papelbon pitched well. Franco and Ryan Howard combined to make two errors in the game and have combined for five overall. The Phillies scored one run on five singles…

March 10, 2014

But Kendrick wanted to feel good and he accomplished that — I think we can all agree that’s what’s most important here

The Phils were scheduled to play two split squad games yesterday afternoon — the game with the Tigers was rained out and they faced Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees in the other. They took a 3-1 lead into the seventh inning in that game, but lost 4-3. Horst was charged with a run in the seventh and Aumont with two in the eighth. Tanaka pitched well for New York, holding…

March 7, 2014