Mets Sweep Struggling Phillies

The New York Mets road a strong performance from rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard, both on the mound and at the plate, to a 7-0 victory and a series sweep of the Phillies at Citi Field. Syndergaard (2-2) tossed 7.1 dominating innings, scattering 6 hits while striking out 6 and walking none. Meanwhile, at the plate […] Mets Sweep Struggling Phillies Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

May 27, 2015
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Series Preview: Phillies at Rockies

The suddenly Fightin’ Phils ride a 5-game winning streak into Denver to take on the struggling Colorado Rockies in a 4-game set at Coors Field. Colorado earned a series split with the LA Dodgers this weekend after losing 11 in a row. They currently sit in fifth place in the NL West, a distant 9.5 games […] Series Preview: Phillies at Rockies Author: David Mosemann From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

May 18, 2015
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Streaking Phillies Power Past DBacks

For just the 3rd time in 38 games this season, the Phillies (15-23) scored more than 5 runs. As with most such games like that for any team, the offensive outburst resulted in a victory. In this case, that 7-5 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks (15-20) was a 4th straight for the ball club, extending their […] Streaking Phillies Power Past DBacks Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

May 17, 2015
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Pittsburgh Takes Keystone Series Opener

The Pittsburgh Pirates (16-16) used one bad inning from Phillies (11-22) starter Jerome Williams to produce just enough offense to win the opener of a 4-game Keystone Series at Citizens Bank Park. It was the 4th win in 5 games for the Bucs, while the Phils have lost 5 of 6. The Phillies jumped out […] Pittsburgh Takes Keystone Series Opener Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

May 11, 2015
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Phillies Offense Cooler than Cool.

To paraphrase a 2003 song by the group Outkast, the Philadelphia Phillies offense is now cooler than cool – they’re ice cold! The New York Mets shutout the Fightin’ Phils 2-0 this afternoon in what was the 2015 season home opener for the hosts. Jacob deGrom, the 2014 National League Rookie of the Year, picked […] Phillies Offense Cooler than Cool. Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

April 13, 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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Sizemore and Revere have a Spring to forget

View image | gettyimages.com Revere A lack of Phillies offense is what is being talked about the most as the Spring Training season is winding down to a precious few more games for players to get into a groove of playing the game of baseball. Two players that haven’t caught fire this Spring are Grady Sizemore and Ben Revere. Both players are in the lowest 20 batting averages in baseball…

March 29, 2015
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