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Cameron Rupp’s two-run single help lead the Phils to another series win as they defeat the Marlins, 4-2.
The Marlins took the lead in the top of the first as, with a runner on first, and with one man out, Christian Yelich hits an RBI double, knocking in Derek Dietrich, who had started the game off with a walk, giving the Marlins a 1-0 lead, before moving on to third base on the late throw to the plate. The Marlins then took a 2-0 lead two batters later as, with a man still on third, and now with two men out, Marcell Ozuna hits an RBI double, scoring Yelich. The Phils got a run back in the bottom of the third as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Andres Blanco hits an RBI double, knocking in David Lough, who had started the inning off by reaching base on first baseman Justin Bour fielding error, then moving up to second base on Cesar Hernandez’s bunt single to pitcher Tom Koehler, making it a 2-1 Marlins’ lead, while sending Hernandez, who had earlier reached based on a bunt single, on to third base. The Phils would take the lead three batters later as, with the bases now loaded, after Maikel Franco had been intentionally walk, and with one man out, Cameron Rupp hits a two-run single, knocking in both Hernandez and Blanco, giving the Phils a 3-2 lead, while sending Franco up to second base. The Phils added to their lead in the bottom of the eighth as, with one man out, Tyler Goeddel hits a solo home, his first home run of the season, and of his career, giving the Phils a 4-2 lead. That would end up being the final score as Jeanmar Gomez recorded his sixteenth save of the season as he pitched a 1-2-3 ninth, striking out Giancarlo Stanton, swinging, for the game’s final out.
Jeremy Hellickson (4-2, 3.99) got the win as he went six innings, giving up two runs on five hits and a walk, while striking out four. David Hernandez received his tenth hold of the season as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Hector Neris collected his eleventh hold of the year as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit. Jeanmar Gomez received his sixteenth save of the year as he threw a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Tom Koehler (2-4, 4.71) took the lost as he went seven innings, giving up three runs, two of which were earned, on seven hits and five walks, while striking out four. Jose Urena pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit, while striking out two.
The Phils had eight hits in the game, with Tyler Goeddel (RBI) leading the team with three hits, two singles and a home run. Cesar Hernandez (Single), Andres Blanco (Double, RBI), Maikel Franco (Single), Cameron Rupp (Single, 2 RBIs) and pinch-hitter Emmanuel Burriss (Single), had the other five Phils’ hits. The Phils’ offense also had five walks (David Lough, Hernandez, Franco (Intentional), Rupp, Jeremy Hellickson) and a Sacrifice Bunt (Bourjos), while one (Lough) was caught stealing, in the game, while the defense performed three double plays.
The Phils (24-17, 2nd) have the day off tomorrow.
The Phils take the series’ lead behind strong pitching from Jerad Eickhoff, as they defeat the Padres, 2-1.
The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the first as, with two men out, Maikel Franco hits a solo home run, his second home run of the year, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Phils made it a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the third as, with a man on second, and with two men out, Franco hits an RBI double, knocking in Odubel Herrera, who had just reached base on an infield single, then moved up to second base on second baseman Cory Spangenberg’s throwing error. That would stay the score as Phils starter Jerad Eickhoff would pitch seven strong innings, giving up just four hits as he struck out nine. The Padres tried to threaten in the top of the eighth as they loaded up the bases, via a lead-off single by Alexi Amarista, who then moved up to second base on a force attempt throwing error by first baseman Ryan Howard on a grounder hit by Jon Jay, who was safe on first on the play, and a walk to Spangenberg, moving both runners up a base, with only one man out. But the Phils would then get out of the inning as reliever David Hernandez came back by first striking out Matt Kemp, swinging, for the inning’s second out, then ending the inning by getting Wil Myers to also strike out, swinging. The Padres finally got on the scoreboard in the top of the ninth as, with a man on second, and with two men out, pinch-hitter Brett Wallace hits an RBI single, knocking in pinch-hitter Derek Norris, who had earlier walked, then moved up to second base on defensive indifference, making it a 2-1 Phils’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Jeanmar Gomez collected his fourth save of the season as he got pinch-hitter Alexei Ramirez to pop out to shortstop for the game’s final out.
Jerad Eickhoff (1-1, 1.50) got the win as he pitched seven strong innings, giving up four hits, while striking out nine. David Hernandez collected his fourth hold of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit and a walk, while striking out the side. Jeanmar Gomez collected his fourth save of the year as he pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit and a walk. Colin Rea (0-1, 5.56) took the lost as he also pitched seven innings, giving up two runs on five hits and two walks, while striking out five. Ryan Buchter pitched a scoreless inning, as he gave up a walk, while striking out a batter.
The Phils had five hits in the game, with Maikel Franco, (Home Run, Double, 2 RBIs) leading the team with two hits. Cesar Hernandez, Odubel Herrera and Cameron Rupp had the other three Phils’ hits, all singles. The Phils also had three walks (Franco, Ryan Howard (Intentional) and Freddy Galvis), stolen base (Emmanuel Burriss) and a hit batter (Burriss) in the game, while the defense committed an error (Howard).
The Phils (4-5, 2nd NL East) conclude their series with the Padres (3-6, T-4th NL West) today with an afternoon game.
The Phils break up a pitchers’ duel by taking the lead in the bottom of the sixth as, with a man on second, and with two men out, Odubel Herrera hits an RBI triple, knocking in Tyler Goeddel, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Padres’ pitcher Robbie Erlin’s wild pitch, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Phils added to their lead in the bottom of the eighth as, with the bases loaded, via a lead-off walk by pinch-hitter Cedric Hunter, a walk by pitch-hitter Emmanuel Burris, moving Hunter up to second base and a walk to Herrera, moving both runners up a base, and with one man out, Maikel Franko hits into an RBI force out, 6-4, scoring Hunter, giving the Phils a 2-0 lead, before Burris comes home on second baseman Cory Spangenberg’s throwing error to first base, allowing Franco to reach base, and giving the Phils a 3-0 lead. The Padres then challenged the play, claiming that Herrera should’ve been called out for his slide under the new slide rule, which was rejected by the umpires, who upheld the call, allowing the two runs to score. That would end up being the final score as Jeanmar Gomez picked up his third save of the season by pitching a scoreless ninth, getting Alexi Amarista to ground out, 4-3, for the game’s final out.
Charlie Morton (1-1, 5.23) got the win as he pitched six and two-thirds shutout innings, giving up just three hits and four walks, while striking out seven. Hector Neris received his first hold of the season as he pitched a third of an inning, striking out the only batter that he would face. David Hernandez also collected his first hold of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a walk, while striking out a batter. Jeanmar Gomez received his third save of the year as he threw a scoreless inning, giving up a hit. Robbie Erlin (1-1, 0.93) took the lost as he went six innings, giving up a run, on three hits, a wild pitch and two walks, while striking out seven. Ryan Buchter pitched a 1-2-3 inning. Kevin Quackenbush pitched a third of an inning, giving up two runs on no hits and two walks. Brad Hand pitched two-thirds of an inning, giving up a hit and a walk.
The Phils had only four hits in the game, an RBI triple by Odubel Herrera, a single by Ryan Howard, a single by Freddy Galvis and a single by Tyler Goeddel. The Phils also had five walks (Herrera (2), Carlos Ruiz, pinch-hitter Cedric Hunter, pinch-hitter Emmanuel Burris) in the game, while the defense threw out a base runner, performed two double plays and committed an error (Howard).
The Phils (3-5, T-3 NL East) will continue their four-game series with the Padres (3-5, T-4 NL West) with a night game tonight. The game will be played at Citizens Bank Park and is to start at 7:05 pm EDT. The Phils will send to the mound Jerad Eickhoff (0-1, 3.60), who is coming off a lost against the Mets on April 8, as he pitched five innings, giving up three runs, two of which were earned, on five hits and two walks, while striking out three, in the Phils’ 7-2 lost. He will be trying to even up his record, while trying to give the Phils the lead in the series. The Padres will counter with Colin Rea (0-0, 12.46), who is coming off a bad start against the Rockies on April 8, as he pitched three and a third innings, giving up five runs on six hits and four walks, while striking out five in the Padres’ 13-6 win. He will be trying for his first win of the season while trying to give the Padres the series’ lead. The Phils will be trying to take the series’ lead.
Jamie Moyer gets knocked around by the Giants as the Phillies lose yesterday afternoon, 8-2, tying the weekend series at 1 victory apiece. For the third game in a row the Phillies would score first as Ryan Howard hits a solo home run off of Giants’ starter, Tim Lincecum, his seven of the year, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Giants would strike back in the bottom of the second, as Aaron Rowand ties the game by hitting a solo home run of his own off Moyer, his fourth home run of the season. Lincecum would then help his own cause with a RBI single off of Moyer, knocking in Jose Castillo, who has earlier doubled. Moyer, who was unable to get batters out after getting ahead in the count, as well as not pitching inside against hitters, got knocked around in the third as he gave up three runs. With the bases loaded and one out, Moyer gives up a sacrifice fly to Emmanuel Burriss, scoring Randy Winn, who has got on base earlier with a single. Then with two outs, Daniel Ortmeier doubles, scoring Rowand and Castillo, both of whom has gotten on base with singles, making it a 5-1 Giants’ lead. Finally, in the fourth, Moyer would give up a solo home run to Winn, his first of the year, giving the Giants a 6-1 lead. Moyer would be taken out for a pitch hitter in the fifth as he would give up six earned runs to the Giants on nine hits. Meanwhile, Lincecum would have things his way through most of the game as he stifled the Phils’ bats. The Giants would increase their lead by adding a run in the fifth on a fielding error by Chris Coste, who, after tagging the plate to erase Rowand on a Lincecum ground ball to Howard for the second out of the inning, would commit a throwing error to first trying to get out Lincecum, scoring Castillo, who has singled earlier. The Giants would then make it an 8-1 lead in the sixth inning as Castillo singles in Omar Vizquel, who has earlier singled. Coste would hit a solo home run in the eighth inning off of Lincecum, his third of the year, making it an 8-2 Giants’ lead. But that would be it, as Brian Wilson would come in to pitch a 1-2-3 ninth inning.
Jamie Moyer took the lost, seeing his record drop to 2-3 and his ERA rise to 5.02, as he pitches only four innings. Rudy Seanez would pitch two innings of relief, giving up two runs, only one of which were earned, on five hits. Ryan Madson would pitch one inning, giving up no runs on no hits, and Clay Condrey would also pitch one inning of relief, as he gave up no runs on one hit. Tim Lincecum was the winning pitcher for the Giants, giving up two earned runs on four hits as he kept the Phils’ bats quiet for most of the game. His record is now 5-1 as his ERA drops to 1.61. Brian Wilson would pitch one inning in relief, giving up no runs on no hits.
The lost put the second place Phils (21-17) two games behind the Marlins, as the fish won their game with the Nationals, while they stay a game ahead of the Mets, who split a day-night doubleheader with the Reds, and a game and a half ahead of the Braves, who were beaten for the second game in a row by the lowly Pirates.
In the final game of the series and of their road trip, the Phils will send Adam Eaton (0-1, 5.63), who is still looking for his first victory as he lost his last start against the Diamondbacks back on May 6. Eaton would go four innings, giving up six earned runs on five hits in the Phils’ 6-4 lost. He’ll be looking to pick up his first win of the season. His opponent will be Jonathan Sanchez (2-2, 4.74), who is coming off a hard lost against the Pirates, also on May 6. Sanchez would give up seven earned runs on six hits while going four and one-third innings in the Giants’ 12-6 lost. He will be trying to get his third victory of the year. The game starts at 4:05 pm Eastern (1:05 pm Pacific) at AT&T Park.
The road trip has been hard for the Phils, as their hot hitters, Chase Utley and Pat Burrell, have both cool down, with Burrell actually batting under .300 for the first time since the start of the season. The Phils hope that the two will catch fire again, while Howard starts to get hot, if they hope to stay in contention for the National League East as they head back to Philadelphia for the start of their next home stand.
Jimmy Roland returns to the Phils’ starting lineup last night, and with his bat help lead the Phils to a 7-4 win over the Giants, keeping them a game behind the Marlins, who also won. Rollins would go 3-5 in his first game back, with a single, a double, and a home run and three RBIs.
The Phils would score first in the second inning as Carlos Ruiz hits a RBI single off of Pat Misch, scoring Pat Burrell, who has earlier walked, taking a 1-0 lead. The Giants would tie it in the bottom of the third, as Fred Lewis gets a RBI single off of Cole Hamels, knocking in Emmanuel Burriss, who has earlier singled. The Giants would then take a 4-1 lead in the bottom of the fourth. With two on and two out, Hamels would give up a RBI infield single off of Rollins’ glove to Eugenio Velez, scoring Randy Winn, who has earlier doubled. Burriss would follow up with a RBI triple, driving in Rich Aurilia, who has earlier been intentionally walked, and Velez. After giving up a walk to Misch, Hamels would get the final out, ending the inning. The Phils would then strike back in the top of the fifth as Rollins hits a two-run home run off of Misch, his third home run of the year, knocking in Hamels, who has earlier reached base on a pop fly single, making it 4-3 Giants. The Phils would then tie it in the sixth as Pedro Feliz hits a RBI double, scoring Ryan Howard, who has earlier singled. Then in the eighth, the Fightin’s would erupt for three runs off of Giants’ reliever Tyler Walker to take the lead. With one out and with runners on second and third, So Taguchi, who has earlier come into the game as a pinch runner for Burrell, who has walked earlier, would score on a fielder choice ground ball hit by Ruiz, crossing the plate as the throw comes in late. Then Greg Dobbs, who was pinch hitting for Hamels, would hit a RBI single, scoring Jayson Werth, who has singled earlier. Rollins would then hit a RBI double, scoring Ruiz, and giving the Phils a 7-4 lead. Tom Gordon would then hold off the Giants in the bottom of the eighth, and Brad Lidge would come in to pitched the ninth to record his ninth save of the year, striking out three of the four Giants he would face.
The Phils’ winning pitcher would be Cole Hamels, who would pitch seven innings, giving up four earned runs on six hits and striking out seven Giants. His record is now 4-3, with an ERA of 3.36. Tom Gordon would pitch one inning, giving up no hits and no runs, while walking two. Brad Lidge would also pitch one inning as he records his ninth save, giving up no runs on one hit and striking out the side. The Giants’ starter, Pat Misch, would receive a no-decision as he pitched six innings, giving up four earned runs on six hits. Jack Taschner would pitch one inning in relief, giving up no runs on one hit. Tyler Walker would take the lost, as he pitched one third of an inning, giving up three earned runs on two hits. His record drops to 1-1 with a 4.11 ERA. Keiichi Yabu would pitch the last one and two third innings for the Giants, giving up no runs on one hit.
The second place Phils (21-16) continues their series at AT&T Park against the Giants (14-22) this afternoon at 4:05 pm Eastern (1:05 pm Pacific). The Phils’ starting pitcher will be Jamie Moyer (2-2, 4.15), who last pitched on May 5, winning against the Arizona Diamondbacks, pitching seven innings, as he give up two earned runs on six hits in the Phils’ 11-4 win. His opponent will be Tim Lincecum (4-1, 1.49), who received a no-decision in his last start against the Phils back on May 4. He pitched six innings, giving up four run, none earned, on six hits in the Giants’ 6-5 lost to the Phils.
The Phils hope to stay pace with the first place Marlins, who defeated the Nationals, and stay a game and a half ahead of the Mets, whose game with the Reds was postponed due to rain, and the Braves, whose six game winning streak was snapped by a lost to the Pirates.
The Phils have avoided going into their third straight extra-innings game as they defeated the San Francisco Giants in the bottom of the ninth with two out on second baseman Eugenio Velez’s throwing error, 6-5. The Phils would score the game’s first runs in the bottom of the third inning on a two-run double by Pat Burrell, off of Giants’ starter Tim Lincecum, scoring Shane Victorino, who has earlier reached base on a Emmanuel Burriss error, and Eric Bruntlett, who has singled. The Giants would tie it up in the fourth off of Phils’ starter Cole Hamels, on a RBI single by Jose Castillo, which scored Burriss, who has earlier singled, and then a RBI double by Rich Aurilia, scoring Burriss. The Fightin’s would retake the lead in the bottom of the fifth off of Lincecum. The first one would come off of a wild pitch by Lincecum, which scores Victorino, who has earlier singled. The Phils second run of the inning would come on a Geoff Jenkins sacrifice fly, scoring Bruntlett, who has reached base on a Castillo throwing error when he tried to force out Victorino at second base earlier in the inning. The Giants would respond by scoring two more runs of their own off of Hamels as Aurilia hits a two-run home run, his third of the season, with Aaron Rowand aboard, who has earlier singled. Both teams starters would then be taken out of the ballgame for pitch hitters, with both getting a no-decision. Hamels would give up four earned runs on seven hits while striking out five, while Giants’ starter Lincecum would also give up four runs, none earned, on six hits while also striking out five. The Phils now find themselves involved in their four straight game which would be decided by each sides’ bullpens. The Phils would first send out Chad Durbin for two innings. After having an easy seventh inning, Durbin would give up a run in the eighth. After getting two out, he would give up a single to Rowand, and then a RBI triple to Castillo, which scores Rowand, before he finally ends the inning with a fly out, after intentionally walking a batter. The Giants would counter with Jack Taschner for one-third of an inning, and then Vinnie Chulk for one and two-third innings, with Chulk giving up a solo home run to Carlos Ruiz, his first home run of the year, which would tie the game once again, this time at 5-5. The Phils would then send their closer Brad Lidge to pitch the ninth. Lidge would have an easy 1-2-3 inning. The Giants would send in Keiichi Yabu to pitch their half of the ninth. After getting the first two Phillies’ batters out, he would walk first Ryan Howard and then Burrell. He would then get Jenkins to hit a grounder to Velez, but Velez would misplay the ball, letting it go under his glove, thus allowing Howard to score the winning run, giving the Phillies a 6-5 win.
The Phils’ (18-14) winning pitcher is Lidge, who went one inning, giving up no hits and no run. His record is now 1-0, with his ERA still at 0.00. The Giants’ (14-18) losing pitcher is Yabu, who pitched two-thirds of an inning, giving up an unearned run on no hits, as his record falls to 2-2, with his ERA still at 2.95.
The victory was Charlie Manuel’s 500th as a Manager.
The Phils finished the homestand winning both series, with a combined record of 4-2. They are still leading the National League East by .5 games over the Marlins, who have earlier won their game, and at the moment by a full game over the Mets, who are presently winning their game.
The Phillies next game is on the road, where they will play the National League Western Division leading Arizona Diamondbacks (21-9) who presently have the best record in baseball. Their next game will be played tomorrow at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona at 9:40 pm Eastern. The Phils’ starter will be Jamie Moyer (1-2, 4.50) who is still looking for his second win of the year. He will be facing Max Scherzer (0-0, 0.00) who is pitching in his second major league game and will be making his first career start.
After a wild night, the Phillies would remain in first place in the National League East thanks to a two-outs, two-runs, walk off home run by Pat Burrell, which would give the Phils the victory in 10 innings against the visiting Giants, 6-5. Pat’s home run would be the third walk off home run of his career and his first since 2003. In fact, all six of the Phils run would come on two-runs homers. The first one would be hit in the bottom of the first by Chase Utley, off of Giants’ starter Pat Misch, as he hit his league leading twelfth home run of the year, knocking in Jayson Werth, who had earlier singled. The Giants’ first run of the game would come in the top of the fourth as Jose Castillo gets an RBI single off of Kyle Kendrick, knocking in Aaron Rowand, who had earlier doubled. The Phils would then increase their lead in their half of the fourth as Pedro Feliz hits his fourth roundtripper of the year, the second one of the game off of Misch, knocking in Burrell, who had earlier walked, making it 4-1 Phils. Misch would be taken out for a pitch hitter in the fifth, as he gives up four earned runs to the Fightin’s on five hits in four innings of work. In the meantime, Kendrick would keep the Giants under control until the top of the seventh, when he would give up two straight singles. Charlie Manuel would quickly replace Kendrick with Ryan Madson in an effort to end the Giants’ threat. Unfortunately, Madson would be unable to keep the Giants off the scoreboard as they would score three runs in the innings, with two of the runs being charged to Kendrick, and the other one to Madson. The Giants’ three runs would come in on an RBI single by Ray Durham, knocking in Castillo and Emmanuel Burriss, both of whom have earlier singled, and a Bengie Molina ground out, scoring Eugenio Velez, who had earlier singled. Kendrick would thus receive a no decision, as he pitched six innings and two batters, while giving up three earned runs on eighth hits, while Madson would be credited with giving up an earned run on three hits. This would also take Misch, the Giants’ starter, off the hook. Thus, for the second night in a row, the Phils would be involved in a game that would be decided by both teams’ bullpens. The Giants’ relief core of Keiichi Yabu, Vinnie Chulk, Jack Taschner, Tyler Walker and Merkin Valdez would keep the Phils off the scoreboard for five innings, giving up only one hit. Meanwhile, the Phils would counter with Tom Gordon and Brad Lidge, who would keep the Giants off the scoreboard in the eighth and ninth innings, although the Giants would come close to scoring in their top of the eighth when, with one out, and John Bowker on third, Burriss would hit a ball straight back to Gordon, with Bowker running towards home. Bowker would be caught in a run down and tagged out going back to third, while Burriss would go to second base during the run down. Gordon would then appear to have gotten hurt during the play, but he would stay in the ballgame long enough to get Velez to ground out to Eric Bruntlett to end the inning. Lidge would give up a lead off single to Fred Lewis in the ninth but would then leave him stranded. With J.C. Romero pitching for the Phils in the top of the tenth, Rowand would give the Giants the lead for the first time with one swing of the bat as he connected on the first pitch thrown by Romero, sending it into the center field seats for his third home run of the season, making the score Giants 5, Phillies 4, before Romero would end a later Giants’ threat to add a few more runs. Then, in the bottom of the tenth, with Brian Wilson pitching for the Giants, Utley would get on base on with a single with one out. After Ryan Howard is called out on strikes and is then ejected from the game for arguing the call, Burrell would step in. After getting the count to 3-2, he would slug the next pitch into the left field seats, giving the Phils the victory.
J.C. Romero would be the winning pitcher, going one inning, giving up one earned run on three hits, upping his record to 2-0. Brian Wilson took the lost, blowing his second save opportunity, as he gives up two earned runs on two hits, while his record drops to 0-1.
In his return to Philadelphia, Rowand would go 2-5 with a double and a home run, two runs scored, and an RBI, while also striking out twice.
The next Phils’ game will be tonight at 7:05 Eastern from Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies’ (17-13) starter will be Brett Myers (2-2, 5.11) who the Phils hope will soon regain the speed on his pitches. The Giants (13-17) will counter with Matt Cain (1-2, 4.41), who has won his last start.
The victory keeps the Phils .5 games in front of both the Marlins and Mets in the National League East as both teams have won their respective games.