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Notes From The Phillies’ 6-4 Loss To Atlanta

The Philadelphia Phillies lost their third straight game on Friday night, falling to the Braves 6-4. Their record drops to 42-54.

A.J. Burnett wasn’t very good tonight, allowing six runs on 10 hits through just five innings. 
Burnett was spotted a two-run lead in the second inning, but quickly spit it back up by allowing four to […]

Notes From The Phillies’ 5-3 Win Over Los Angeles

The Philadelphia Phillies snapped their three-game losing streak on Saturday, taking down the Dodgers 5-3. Their record improves to 21-25.

David Buchanan was called up to take Cliff Lee’s spot in the rotation, and responded with five solid innings, allowing two runs on five hits to get the win.
Buchanan didn’t allow a run, and struck out […]

Notes From The Phillies’ 5-4 Win Over Miami

The Philadelphia Phillies won their second straight game on Saturday night, taking down the Miami Marlins 5-4. Their record improves to 5-6.

Jonathan Pettibone made his first start of the season, pitching five innings and allowing two runs on eight hits and one walk. Only one of his runs were earned.
Jimmy Rollins turned in a big […]

Notes From The Phillies’ 6-5 Loss To Pittsburgh

The Philadelphia Phillies lost their Grapefruit League against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday afternoon.

Jeff Manship got the start, and allowed two runs on six hits over four innings. Manship gave up a solo homer to Andrew McCutchen in the first, and then an RBI single to Nate Walker in the third.
Justin De Fratus and Jake […]

Scott Podsednik Traded To Red Sox

Ruben Amaro Jr reached a deal with Ben Cherington that sent the once non-roster invitee, Scott Podsednik to the Boston Red Sox in return for cash. The move is good for the Phillies because Podsednik was not going to be playing at Citizen’s Bank Park this season and the team could use the extra cash.
The […]

Notes From Phillies’ 7-4 Loss To Yankees


The Phillies dropped their second game of Grapefruit League play on Sunday to the New York Yankees, losing 7-4. For the second straight game, Philadelphia got out to a 2-0 lead, only to see it disappear with the help of struggling relievers and defensive errors.

In his first appearance of the Spring, Roy Halladay struck out […]

Phils Sign Kyle Kendrick To One Year Deal

Kyle Kendrick just avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year deal with the Phillies for $3.585 million.  The right hander is coming a solid season where he had an 8-6 record and a 3.22 ERA.  He appeared in 34 games for the Phils in 2011 and that included a total of 15 starts.
The righthander […]

Game 5 Could Be A Defining Moment For Halladay

If you listen to any Phillies players speak to the media regarding Game 5 of the NLDS, you get a sense that they’re very confident about their chances in the decisive game of the series. The reason for that sense of confidence? Their starting pitcher, Roy Halladay.
“If we’re going to have one guy to get […]

Utley to start jogging soon?

As we continue to play the “hurry up and wait” game with Chase Utley’s knee, there is finally some kinda sorta good news on his injury. According to GM Ruben Amaro, Jr., Utley could start jogging “in the next couple of days.”
“If he starts running, that’s a big step,” Amaro said. “He hasn’t even […]

Moyer leaves game after first inning

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer was working on a two-hitter Tuesday night against the St. Louis Cardinals before he was forced to leave the game with an apparent elbow strain, according to Todd Zolecki of Andrew Carpenter took Moyer’s place after the first inning.
This is phenomenal. One of the few strengths of […]



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