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Notes From The Phillies’ 10-3 Loss To Atlanta

asche1The Philadelphia Phillies lost the first game of their double-header with the Braves on Saturday, falling 10-3. Their record drops to 36-44.

  • Roberto Hernandez gave the Phils one of his stronger starts of the season, lasting seven innings and allowing four runs (only two earned) on three hits. 
  • This is the just the second time this season that Hernandez has lasted at least seven innings, and the first time he’s done it since May 4th.
  • The Phillies rolled out a really weak lineup for the first game. Weaker than usual.
  • Tony Gwynn and his below-.200 average started in right and hit second.
  • Ronny Cedeno played shortstop for Jimmy Rollins and hit eighth.
  • Koyie Hill, a catcher called up to take the place of Carlos Ruiz, made his first start of the season today.
  • Chase Utley went 1-4 with a single.
  • Ryan Howard went 1-4, and drove in one of the team’s runs. Howard also committed two errors that led to a couple of unearned runs for Hernandez.
  • Domonic Brown was back in left field for Game 1, and went 0-3.
  • Cody Asche went 0-4, and drove in a run with a groundout in the eighth.
  • Antonio Bastardo had been pitching very well as of late. He had not allowed any earned runs since May 11th before this game, but the lefty suffered a meltdown in the eighth. Bastardo recorded just one out, and allowed three hits and two walks, and was charged with five earned runs.
  • Luis Garcia relived Bastardo, and picked up the final two outs of the inning, but allowed a couple of inherited runs to score.
  • Garcia returned to pitch the ninth, and allowed another run to score.

Final Thoughts

Rolling out a lineup with guys like Gwynn, Cedeno, and Hill combined with Roberto Hernandez on the mound?

Yeah, the Phillies had very little chance of winning this first game. on Facebook

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