The Phillies woes at home continue as they lose another series, falling to the Blue Jays, 7-1.

The Phils lose yet another series at home as they get spanked by the Blue Jays, losing 7-1. Also, they lose Raul Ibanez for a while as he is placed on the disabled list for fifteen days with a groin pull. Ugh. No more bad news, please!!!!

The Blue Jays took a quick 1-0 lead in the first as, with one man on and nobody out, Aaron Hill hits an RBI double, scoring Marco Scutaro, who had earlier singled. The Blue Jays made it 2-0 as, with two men on, and still nobody out, Scott Rolen hits an RBI single, scoring Hill, and sending Vernon Wells, who had just walked, over to second base. Two batters later, with runners on second and third, via a double steal by Wells and Rolen, and with one man out, Alex Rios hits an RBI ground out, 6-3, for the inning’s second out, while Wells scored from third, making it a 3-0 Blue Jays’ lead. The Blue Jays increased their lead to 4-0 in the second as Rod Barajas hits a lead-off home run, his fifth home run of the year. The Phils would get a run back in the fourth as, with two outs, Jayson Werth hits a solo home run, his eleventh home run of the year, making it 4-1 Toronto. That would be the score until the seventh when, with a runner on first, and nobody out, Hill hits a two-run home run, his fifteenth home run of the season, knocking in Scutaro, who had earlier singled, making it a 6-1 Blue Jays’ lead. Two batters later, with one man out, Rolen would hit a home run of his own, his fourth home run of the year, making it 7-1 Blue Jays. That would be the final score as the Phils could not put together any offense last night.

Jamie Moyer took the lost as he went six innings plus two batters, giving up six runs on ten hits and two walks, while striking out six. His record is now 4-6 with a 6.35 ERA. Chad Durbin pitched an inning, giving up a run on one hit, while striking out a batter. Jack Taschner and Tyler Walker would combine for two scoreless innings, giving up only one hit (Walker) and a walk (Taschner), while striking out three (Taschner (1), Walker (2)). Scott Richmond got the win as he pitched eight innings, giving up only one run on five hits and a walk, as he struck out eleven Phils. His record is now 5-3 with a 3.58 ERA. B.J. Ryan pitched a third of an inning, giving up a hit and two walks. Brandon League pitched two-thirds of an inning, getting out both men that he would face, while recording a strike out.

The Phils had only six hits in the game. Shane Victorino led the team with two hits, with Ryan Howard, Jayson Werth, Pedro Feliz and Chris Coste getting the other four, with Werth’s hit, a solo home run, knocking in the Phils’ only run.

The Phillies (36-27, 1st National League East) will continue their Interleague Play three-games series with the Blue Jays (36-31, 3rd American League East). The game is being played right now at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies’ starter is Joe Blanton (4-3, 5.17), who is coming off a no-decision against the Red Sox on June 12, where he went seven innings, giving up just two runs on five hits and two walks, as he struck out seven, in the Phils’ 5-2 extra-innings lost. He will be trying to get his fifth win, while trying to also end the Phils’ present two-games losing streak. He will be opposed by rookie Brad Mills (0-0, -.–), who is making his major league debut. He hopes to impress the Blue Jays, while hoping that he can take advantage of the Phils present home problems. The Phils hope to end their present slide, while waiting for the lowly Orioles to come to town this weekend.

2 Comments

It is very strange that the Phillies are doing so poorly at home and yet so well on the road.

Julia
http://werbiefitz.mlblogs.com/

You are telling me, and it is not getting any better with today’s lost. UGH!!!!! Thanks you, Chuck (Brown).

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