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Kyle Kendrick wins his tenth start in what could be his last game as a Phil, as the Phils defeat the Marlins, 2-1.

Philadelphia_PhilliesKyle Kendrick wins what may well be his last game as a Phil, as the Phils hang on to beat the Marlins, 2-1.

The Phils took the lead in the top of the seventh as, with a runner on first, and with two men out, Kyle Kendrick help his own cause as he breaks up a 0-0 tie with an RBI double, scoring Darin Ruf, who had started the inning off with a walk, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Marlins would tie the game up at one-all in their half of the seventh as, with a runner on second, and with one man out, Enrique Hernandez hits an RBI double, knocking in Garrett Jones, who had started the inning off with a double. The Phils retook the lead in the top of the eighth as, with two men on, and with one man out, Marlon Byrd hits an RBI single, knocking in Maikel Franco, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Chase Utley’s ground out, 4-3, giving the Phils a 2-1 lead, while sending up to second base Ryan Howard, who had just walked. That would end up being the final score as Jonathan Papelbon recorded his thirty-eighth save of the season as he pitched a scoreless ninth.

Kyle Kendrick (10-13, 4.61) got the win as he pitched seven innings, giving up a run on six hits and a walk, while striking out two. Ken Giles recorded his twelfth hold of the year as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning. Jonathan Papelbon received his thirty-eighth save of the season by pitching a scoreless inning, giving up a hit while striking out a batter. Brad Hand received a no-decision as he pitched seven innings, giving up a run on six hits and three walks, while striking out a batter. Chris Hatcher (0-3, 3.27) took the lost as he went a third of an inning, giving up a run on two hits and a walk. A.J. Ramos pitched two-thirds of an inning, walking a batter. Carter Capps pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit.

The Phils recorded nine hits in the game, with Kyle Kendrick (2 Singles, Double, RBI) leading the team, followed by Maikel Franco (Singles) and Marlon Byrd (Singles, RBI) with two hits each. Darin Ruf (Double) and Carlos Ruiz (Single) had the other two Phils’ hits. The Phils also had five walks (Ben Revere, Chase Utley, Ryan Howard, Ruf, pinch hitter Dom Brown) in the game, while the defense performed a double play.

The Phils (72-86, 5th) will conclude their series with the Marlins (75-82, 4th) in a game already in progress.

The Phils end their three-game losing streak as Cole Hamels once again pitches well against his home town team as the Phils defeat the Padres, 5-2.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils end their losing streak as Cole Hamels once more defeat his home town team as the Phils beat the Padres, 5-2.

The Padres took the lead in the bottom of the fourth as, with a runner on second, and with one man out, Cameron Maybin hits an RBI single, knocking in Tommy Medica, who had started the inning off with a single, then stole second base, giving the Padres a 1-0 lead. The Phils took the lead in the top of the fifth as, with the bases loaded, via singles by Darin Ruf, Dom Brown and Carlos Ruiz, and with nobody out, Freddy Galvis hits a two-run single, knocking in Ruf and Brown, giving the Phils a 2-1 lead, while sending Ruiz up to second base. The Phils added to their lead two batters later, after Cole Hamels had hit a sacrifice bunt, 5-4, moving both runners up a base, putting runners on second and third, and with one man out, Ben Revere hits a two-run ground-rule double, scoring both Ruiz and Galvis, giving the Phils a 4-1 lead. The Phils added an insurance run in the top of the sixth as, with runners on the corners, and with nobody out, Ruiz hits a sacrifice fly, scoring Ruf, who had started the inning off with a double, then stopped at third base on Brown’s single, giving the Phils a 5-1 lead. The Padres got a run back in the bottom of the ninth as, with a runner on second, and with two men out, Alexi Amarista hits an RBI single, scoring Maybin, who had earlier walked, then went to second base on defensive indifference, making it a 5-2 Phils’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Ken Giles struck out Seth Smith, swinging, for the game’s final out.

Cole Hamels (9-7, 2.47) got the win as he pitched seven strong innings, giving up a run on seven hits and a walk, while striking out nine. Jake Diekman pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit and a walk, while striking out a batter. Ken Giles pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit and a walk, while striking out two. Eric Stults (7-17, 4.59) took the lost as he pitched just four and one-third innings, giving up four runs on six hits, as he struck out two. R. J. Alvarez pitched two-thirds of an inning, walking a batter. Joe Wieland pitched two innings, giving up a run on three hits, while striking out a batter. Leonel Campos and Alex Torres combines for two 1-2-3 innings, striking out a batter (Campos) between them.

The Phils had nine hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Single, Double, 2 RBIs), Darin Ruf (Single, Double) and Dom Brown (Singles) all leading the team with two hits each. Maikel Franco (Double), Carlos Ruiz (Single, RBI) and Freddy Galvis (Single, 2 RBIs) had the other three Phils’ hits. The Phils also had a walk (Chase Utley), a stolen base (Ben Revere (46)) and a sacrifice bunt (Cole Hamels) while the defense performed two double plays.

The Phils (70-82, 5th NL East) will conclude their four-game series with the Padres (70-81, 3rd NL West) with a night game tonight. The game will be played at 9:10 pm EDT (6:10 pm PDT) and will be played at Petco Park.  The Phils will send to the mound Kyle Kendrick (9-12, 4.72), who is coming off a win against the Marlins on September 13, as he pitched six and a third innings, giving up a run on seven hits and a walk, while striking out six, in the Phils’ 2-1 win. He will be trying for his tenth win of the season, which would give his ten or more wins for the third straight season. The Padres will counter with Robbie Erlin (3-4, 4.89) , who is coming off a no-decision against the Rockies on September 7, as he pitched two innings in relief, giving up three runs on five hits, in the Padres’ 6-0 lost. He will be trying to give the Padres the series win. The Phils will be trying to leave San Diego with a split.

The Phils start their series against the now American League Astros with a walk-off win, as they win in extra-innings, 2-1.

Philadelphia_PhilliesRyan Howard gives the Phils a walk-off victory with an RBI single, as the Phils defeat the Astros in fifteen innings, 2-1.

The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the second as Ryan Howard hits a lead-off home run, his seventeenth home run of the season, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Astros would tie the game up at one-all in the top of the seventh as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Jon Singleton hits an RBI single, knocking in Chris Carter, who had started the inning off with a walk, then stopped at second base on Jason Castro’s single, while sending Castro, who had just singled, all the way to third base. Kyle Kendrick then pitched himself out of the inning by first getting Matt Dominguez to fly out to right, with it not being deep enough to score Castro, then getting Jake Marisnick to hit into a 6-3 double play, wiping out Singleton at second base for the inning’s second out. The score would remain tied at 1-1 until the bottom of the fifteenth when, with two men on, and with two men out, Howard hits an RBI single to right, scoring Gary Sizemore, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Ben Revere’s sacrifice bunt, 5-3, giving the Phils a walk-off 2-1 win.

Kyle Kendrick received a no-decision as he pitched seven strong innings, giving up a run on five hits and a walk, while striking out five. Ken Giles, Jonathan Papelbon, Jake Diekman, Antonio Bastardo, Justin De Fratus and Mario Hollands combined for seven scoreless innings, giving up one hit, (Diekman), four walks (Papelbon (2), Diekman (1), Bastardo (1)) and a wild pitch (Bastardo) between them, while striking out thirteen (Giles (2), Papelbon (3), Diekman (1), Bastardo (6), Hollands (1)). Hector Neris (1-0, 0.00) got the win, the first of his major league career, as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Dallas Keuchel also received a no-decision as he also threw seven strong innings, giving up a run on five hits and a walk, while striking out four. Tony Sipp, Josh Fields, Darin Downs and Jose Veras combined for four scoreless innings, giving up a hit (Sipp) and a walk (Sipp) between them, while striking out two (Downs (1), Veras (1)). Jake Buchanan (1-2, 4.95) took the lost as he threw three and two-thirds innings, giving up a run on three hits and two walks, while striking out two.

The Phils had nine hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Singles), Ryan Howard (Single, Home Run, 2 RBIs), Cody Asche (Singles) and Gary Sizemore (Singles) all leading the team with two hits each. Chase Utley had the final Phil hit, a single. The Phils also had four walks (Utley (3), Marlon Byrd) and a sacrifice bunt (Revere) in the game, while the defense caught a runner trying to steal a base and performed a double play.

The Phils (50-63, 5th NL East) continue their three-game interleague play series with the Astros (47-66, 4th AL 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 Dave Buchanan (5-5, 4.40), who is coming back to the majors because of Cliff Lee’s season ending injury. His last major league start was a win over the Brewers on July 10, as he pitched seven strong innings, giving up a run on four hits and a walk, while striking out five, in the Phils’ 9-1 rout. He’ll be trying to continue from his last start. The Astros will counter with Brad Peacock (3-7, 4.93), who is coming off a lost against the Athletics on July 23, as he went three and two-thirds innings, as he gave up seven runs on seven hits and five walks, while striking out only two, in the Astros, 9-7 lost. He will be trying to even the series for the Astros. The Phils will be trying to win the series with the Astros.

The Phils end their most recent losing streak as they hold on to defeat the Giants, 2-1.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils end their four-game series with the Giants by winning the finale, beating the Giants, 2-1.

The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the first as, with runners on the corners, and with one man out, Marlon Byrd hits an RBI single, knocking in Jimmy Rollins, who had earlier doubled, then moved up to third base on catcher Buster Posey’s passed ball, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead, while sending Chase Utley, who had just walked, up to second base. The Giants would tie the game up at one-all in the top of the fifth as, with a man on second, and with two men out, Ehire Adrianza hits an RBI single, knocking in Gregor Blanco, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Tim Hudson’s sacrifice bunt, 1-3. The Phils retook the lead in their half of the fifth as, with a runner on second, and with one man out, Utley hits an RBI single, knocking in Ben Revere, who had started the inning off by reaching base on left fielder Michael Morse’s fielding error of his fly ball, before ending up on second base, giving the Phils a 2-1 lead. That would end up being the final score as Jonathan Papelbon collected his twenty-fourth save of the year by pitching a 1-2-3 ninth, getting Blanco to lined out to left for the game’s final out.

Cole Hamels (5-5, 2.72) got the win as he pitched eight strong innings, giving up a run on six hits, a walk and a hit batter, while striking out ten. Jonathan Papelbon recorded his twenty-fourth save of the season as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Tim Hudson (8-7, 2.65) took the lost as he went six innings, giving up two unearned runs on eight hits, two walks and a passed ball, while striking out six. Javier Lopez and Jean Machi combined for two scoreless innings, giving up a hit (Lopez) between them, while striking out one (Machi).

The Phils had nine hits in the game, with Chase Utley (Singles, RBI), Marlon Byrd (Singles, RBI) and Wil Nieves (Single, Double) all leading the club with two hits each. Jimmy Rollins (Double), Darin Ruf (Single) and Cody Asche (Single) had the other three Phils’ hits. The Phils also had two walks (Utley, Grady Sizemore) in the game, while the defense committed an error (Revere, 3).

The Phils (44-58, 5th East) will start a weekend series at home against the Diamondbacks (44-58, 4th West) starting tomorrow night. 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 Kyle Kendrick (4-10, 4.87), who is coming off a lost to the Braves on July 20, as he went just five innings, giving up six runs on five hits, two walks and two hit batters, while striking out one, in the Phils’ 8-2 lost. He will be trying to end his two games losing streak. The D-backs will counter with Wade Miley (6-6, 4.16), who is coming off a win against the Cubs on July 19, as he pitched seven innings, giving up three runs on seven hits, a walk and a hit batter, while striking out seven, in the D-backs, 9-3 rout. He’ll be going for his fourth straight win. The Phils will be trying to start a new winning streak.

The Phils defeat the Brewers after a five-run offensive explosion in the top of the second, before hanging on to win, beating the Brew Crew 9-7.

Philadelphia_PhilliesA five-run outburst in the second inning leads to the Phils defeating the Brewers, 9-7.

The Phils took the lead in the top of the first as, with a runner on third, and with one man on, Chase Utley hits a sacrifice fly, knocking in Ben Revere, who had started the game off with a single, moved up to second base on pitcher Wily Peralta’s wild pitch, then went to third base on Jimmy Rollins’ ground out, three-unassisted, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Brewers tied the game up at one-all in their half of the first as, with one man out, Scotter Gennett hits a solo home run, his seventh home run of the season. The Brewers took the lead four batters later as, with the bases loaded, via a single by Jonathan Lucroy, and then walks to first Aramis Ramirez and then Khris Davis, and with one man still out, Lyle Overbay hits a grand-slam home run, his fourth home run of the season, knocking in Lucroy, Ramirez and Davis, giving the Brewers a 5-1 lead. The Phils got a run back in the top of the second as, with the bases loaded, via a lead-off single by Marlon Byrd, a single by Cody Asche, sending Byrd up to second base, and a walk to Dom Brown, moving up both runners, and with nobody out, Koyle Hill hits an RBI infield single, scoring Byrd, making it a 5-2 Brewers’ lead, while moving both Asche and Brown up a base, leaving the bases loaded. After Kyle Kendrick had hit into a force play at the plate, 1-2, for the inning’s first out, forcing out Asche as catcher Lucroy touch home plate, as Brown and Hill both moved up a base, while Kendrick would be safe at first, the Phils made it a 5-4 Brewers’ lead as Revere hits a ground-rule double, knocking in both Brown and Hill, while sending Kendrick all the way to third base. The Phils then took the lead two batters later, after Rollins had walked to reload the bases, as Utley hits a two-run single, knocking in Kendrick and Revere. giving the Phils a 6-5 lead, while sending Rollins up to second base. The Phils increased their lead in the top of the third as, with one man out, Brown hits a solo home run, his sixth home run of the year, giving the Phils a 7-5 lead. The Phils then made it a 9-5 lead in the top of the fifth as, with runners on second and third, and with one man out, Brown hits a two-run single, knocking in Ryan Howard, who had started the inning off with a walk, then stopped at third base on Asche’s double, and Asche, who had just doubled. The Brewers cut the Phils’ lead down to 9-7 as, with one man on, and with one man out, pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds hits a two-run home run, his fourteenth home run of the season, scoring Logan Schafer, who had just singled. That would end up being the final score as Jonathan Papelbon collected his twenty-first save of the season as he threw a 1-2-3 ninth, getting Overbay to ground out, 6-3, for the game’s final out.

Kyle Kendrick (4-8, 4.46) got the win as he pitched five and two-thirds innings, giving up seven runs on eleven hits and two walks, while striking out two. Justin De Fratus collected his second hold of the season as he went two-thirds of an inning, getting out both men whom he would face. Jake Diekman received his twelfth hold of the season as he also went two-thirds of an inning, striking out both men whom he would face. Ken Giles received his second hold of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up two hits. Jonathan Papelbon collected his twenty-first save of the season as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning. Wily Peralta (9-6, 3.95) took the lost as he pitched four and one-third innings, giving up nine runs on eight hits, three walks and a wild pitch, while striking out four. Tom Gorzelanny, Brandon Kintzler, Zach Duke, Wei-Chung Wang and Francisco Rodriguez combined for four and two-thirds scoreless innings, giving up two hits (Gorzelanny (1), Rodriguez (1)) between them, while striking out three Phils (Kintzler (1), Wang (1), Rodriguez (1)).

The Phils had ten hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Single, Double, 2 RBIs), Chase Utley (Singles, 3 RBIs), Cody Asche (Single, Double) and Dom Brown (Single, Home Run, 3 RBIs) all leading the team with two hits each. Marlon Byrd and Koyle Hill (RBI) had the last two Phils’ hits, both singles. The Phils also had three walks (Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, Brown), two stolen bases (Rollins (17), Utley (3)) and a sacrifice fly (Utley) in the game.

The Phils (39-51, 5th NL East) continue their series with the Brewers (52-39, 1st Central) with a ballgame tonight. The game is to start at 8:10 pm EDT (7:10 pm CDT) at Miller Park. The Phils plan to send to the mound Roberto Hernandez (3-8, 4.48), who is coming off a lost against the Pirates on July 4, as he went five and two-thirds innings, giving up five runs on ten hits and four walks, while striking out three, in the Phils’ 8-2 lost. Hernandez will be trying to increase the Phils’ present winning streak to three games. The Brewers will counter with Kyle Lohse (9-3, 3.18), who is coming off a lost against the Reds on July 4, as he threw five innings, giving up four runs, three of which were earned, on seven hits and a walk, while striking out eight, in the Brewers’ 4-2 lost. He will once again be going for his tenth win of the year. The Phils will be trying for their third straight win against the Brewers.

 

The Phils hang on to defeat the Brewers, 3-2.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils begin their next to last series before the All-Star break by hanging on to defeat the National League Central leading Brewers, defeating the Brew Crew, 3-2.

The Phils took a quick 2-0 lead in the top of the first as, with a runner on third, and with one man out, Chase Utley hits a two-run home run, his seventh home run of the season, knocking in Ben Revere, who had started the game off with a single, stole second base, then moved up to third base on Andres Blanco’s sacrifice bunt, 1-3, giving the Phils a 2-0 lead. The Phils added to their lead in the top of the third as, with a man on first, and with two men out, Ryan Howard hits an RBI single to deep right center field, knocking in Utley, who has just singled, giving the Phils a 3-0 lead. The Brewers would get back into the game in the bottom of the fifth as, with the bases loaded, via a lead-off single by Khris Davis, Mark Reynolds reaching base on a fielding error by third baseman Cody Asche, as Davis stops at second base, and a single by Jean Segura, with both runners moving up a base, and with nobody out, pinch hitter Jeff Bianchi hits a two-run single, knocking in Davis and Reynolds, making it a 3-2 Phils’ lead, before Segura is thrown out at third base, 9-5, for the inning’s first out, as Bianchi stays at first base. Phils’ starter Cole Hamels then pitches himself out of trouble as he first got Rickie Weeks to hit into a force out, 5-4, wiping out Bianchi at second base for the inning’s second out, and then getting Ryan Braun to ground out, 5-3, for the inning’s final out. That would end up being the final score as the Phils hung on, before handing the ball over to closer Jonathan Papelbon, who collected his twentieth save of the season by pitching a 1-2-3 ninth, getting Segura to ground out, 1-3, for the game’s final out.

Cole Hamels (3-5, 2.87) got the win as he pitched six and two-thirds innings, giving up two runs, one of which was unearned, on seven hits and two walks, while striking out seven.  Ken Giles collected his first hold of the season as he pitched an inning and a third, giving up a hit, while striking out a batter. Jonathan Papelbon received his twentieth save of the year as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Marco Estrada (7-6, 4.96) took the lost as he pitched five innings, giving up three runs on six hits and two walks, while striking out four. Tom Gorzelanny, Zach Duke and Rob Wooten combined for four scoreless innings, giving up three hits (one hit apiece) between them, while striking out six batters (Gorzelanny (2), Duke (1), Wooten (3)).

The Phils had nine hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Singles) and Chase Utley (Single, Home Run, 2 RBIs) both leading the team with two hits each. Andres Blanco, Ryan Howard (RBI), Cody Asche, Dom Brown and Tony Gwynn, Jr., had the other five Phils’ hits, all singles. The Phils also had two walks in the game (Utley, Howard) a stolen base (Revere (26)) and a sacrifice bunt (Blanco) in the game, while the offense committed an error (Asche), performed an outfield assist (Marlon Byrd), a pickoff (Cole Hamels) and a double play.

The Phils (38-51, 5th East) continue their series with the Brewers (52-38, 1st Central) with a game tonight. The game will be played at Miller Park and is to start at 8:10 pm EDT (7:10 CDT). The Phils will send to the mound Kyle Kendrick (3-8, 4.12), who is coming off a no-decision against the Marlins on July 3, as he went seven innings, giving up two runs on six hits and a walk, while striking out four, in the Phils’ 5-4 win. He will be trying to give the Phils their second straight win. The Brewers will counter with Wily Peralta (9-5, 3.35), who is coming off a no-decision of his own against the Blue Jays on July 2, as he went six innings, giving up four runs on nine hits and three walks, while striking out four, in the Brewers’ 7-4 lost. He will be trying to give the Phils their latest lost. The Phils will be trying to improve their fortunes before the All-Star break.

The Phils end their four-game series with the Marlins on a high note as Chase Utley hits a two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the fourteenth, as the Phils beat the fish, 5-3.

Philadelphia_PhilliesA walk-off two-run shot by Chase Utley gives the Phils a series split with the fish, as they defeat the Marlins in extra-innings, 5-3.

The Marlins took the lead in the top of the third as Jarrod Saltalamacchia hits a lead-off home run, his seventh home run of the season, giving the Marlins a 1-0 lead. The Marlins then made it a 2-0 lead in the top of the fourth as Giancarlo Stanton hits a lead-off home run of his own, his twenty-first home run of the year. The Phils would get a run back in their half of the fourth as, with the bases loaded, via a lead-off single by Chase Utley, a single by Ryan Howard, moving Utley up to second base, and a one-out single by Cody Asche, sending Utley on to third base, and Howard up to second base, and with one man out, Carlos Ruiz hits a sacrifice fly, scoring Utley, making it a 2-1 Marlins’ lead. The Phils would tie the game up at two-all in the bottom of the fifth as, with a man on third, and with two men out, Utley hits an RBI single, knocking in Ben Revere, who had earlier singled, stole second base, and then stopped at third base on Jimmy Rollins’ ground out, 3-1. The Marlins would retake the lead in the top of the seventh as Marcell Ozuna hits a lead-off home run, the third solo home run given up by Phils’ starter Cole Hamels in the game, his thirteenth home run of the season, giving the Marlins a 3-2 lead. The Phils would retie the game at three-all in their half of the seventh as, with a runner on third, and with two men out, pinch-hitter Dom Brown, who had started the inning off with a single, moved up to second base on pinch-hitter Tony Gwynn, Jr’s sacrifice bunt, 5-3, and then stopped at third base on Revere’s ground out, 6-3, would score on first baseman Jeff Baker’s fielding error of Rollins’ grounder to first base. The Phils would win the game in the bottom of the fourteenth in walk-off fashion as, with a man on first, and with nobody out, Utley hits a two-run home run, his sixth home run of the year, knocking in Rollins, who had started the inning off with a single, giving the Phils a 5-3 win.

Cole Hamels received a no-decision as he went seven innings, giving up three runs, all solo home runs, on six hits, while striking out seven. Jake Diekman, Jonathan Papelbon, Antonio Bastardo, Ken Giles and Mario Hollands would all combine for five scoreless innings, giving up two hits (Diekman (1), Hollands (1)) and three walks (Diekman (2), Giles (1)) between them, while striking out four fish (Diekman (1), Papelbon (2), Bastardo (1)). Justin De Fratus (2-0, 1.71) got the win as he threw two scoreless innings, giving up a hit and a walk, while striking out a batter. Tom Koehler also received a no-decision as he pitched six innings, giving up two runs on seven hits, while striking out six. Bryan Morris pitched an inning, giving up an unearned run on a hit. Mike Dunn, Kevin Gregg and A.J. Ramos all combined for three and two-thirds scoreless innings, giving up a hit (Ramos) and three walks (Ramos) between them, while striking out five (Dunn (3), Gregg (1), Ramos (1)). Chris Hatcher (0-1, 3.93) took the loss as he pitched two and one third-innings, plus two batters, giving up two runs on four hits, while striking out two.

The Phils collected thirteen hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Singles) and Chase Utley (2 Singles, Home Run, 3 RBIs) leading the team with three hits apiece, followed by Ryan Howard and Cody Asche with two hits each, all singles. Jimmy Rollins, Marlon Byrd and pinch-hitter Dom Brown had the other three Phils’ hits, all singles. Carlos Ruiz had the final Phil RBI with a sac fly, while the final run scored on a Marlins’ fielding error. The Phils also had three walks in the game (Revere, Rollins, Byrd), a stolen base (Revere (21)) and a sacrifice bunt (pinch-hitter Tony Gwynn, Jr.), while the defense would perform two double plays.

The Phils (36-42, 4th) will start a three-game weekend series with the Braves (40-38, 2nd), starting with a 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 Kyle Kendrick (3-7, 4.20), who is coming off a loss against the Cardinals on June 22, as he pitched six innings, giving up five runs on eight hits and a walk, while striking out two, in the Phils’ 5-3 loss. He will be trying to regroup after his last start. The Braves will counter with Julio Teheran (6-5, 2.41), who is coming off a loss against the Nationals on June 21, as he went seven innings, giving up three runs on seven hits and two walks, while he struck out ten, in the Braves’ 3-0 loss. He will be trying to put a stop his personal two-game losing streak. The Phils will be out to continue their present winning streak against the Braves.

Phils lose their series with the Mets as they play three straight extra-innings games, winning the first game, before losing the last two.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils played three straight extra-innings games with the Mets, winning the first one by the score of 6-5 in fourteeninnings, before losing the second one, also played in fourteen innings, by the score of 5-4, and then the final one in eleven innings by the score of 4-3.

On Friday night, the Mets took the lead in the top of the second as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Lucas Duda hits an RBI double, knocking in Curtis Granderson, who had started the inning off with a walk, then moved up to second base on Bobby Abreu’s walk, giving the Mets a 1-0 lead, while sending Abreu, who had just walked, over to third base. The Mets then took a 2-0 lead as Travis d’Arnaud hits an RBI ground out, 4-3, scoring Abreu, while sending Duda up to third base. The Mets then made it a 3-0 lead as Ruben Tejada hits an RBI single, scoring Duda. The Phils got a run back in the bottom of the third as, with runners on the corners, and with one man out, Chase Utley hits an RBI ground out, 4-3, knocking in A.J. Burnett, who had started the inning off with a single, moved up to second base on Jimmy Rollins’ single, before moving up to third base on right fielder Abreu’s fielding error, making it a 3-1 Mets’ lead, while sending Rollins, who had just singled, up to second base. The Phils’ took the lead in the bottom of the fourth as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Dom Brown hits a three-run home run, his fourth home run of the season, knocking in Marlon Byrd, who had started the inning off with a walk, then moved up to second base on Carlos Ruiz’s single, and Ruiz, who had just singled, giving the Phils a 4-3 lead. The Mets retook the lead in the top of the fifth as, with two men on, and with two men out, Abreu hits a two-run double, scoring Juan Lagares, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Daniel Murphy’s walk, and Murphy, who had just walked, giving the Mets a 5-4 lead. The Phils tied the game up at five-all in their half of the fifth as, with two men on, and with one man out, Brown hits into an RBI ground out, 6-3, knocking in Byrd, who had earlier walked, then stopped at third base on Ruiz’s double, while sending Ruiz, who had just doubled, on to third base. The Phils would win the game in the bottom of the fourteenth as, with the bases loaded, via Byrd reaching first base on right fielder Chris Young’s fielding error of his fly ball, before going on to second base on the error, a single by Ruiz, sending Byrd up to third base, and an intentional walk to pinch-hitter Cesar Hernandez, moving Ruiz up to second base, and with nobody out, Reid Brignac hits an RBI single, knocking in Byrd with the winning run, giving the Phils a 6-5 walk-off win.

A. J. Burnett received a no-decision as he pitched seven innings, giving up five runs on five hits and six walks, while striking out eleven. Jake Diekman, Mike Adams, Jonathan Papelbon, Antonio Bastardo and Mario Hollands combined for five scoreless innings, giving up three hits (Diekman (1), Papelbon (2)) and three walks (Adams) between them, while striking out six (Diekman (1), Adams (1), Papelbon (1), Bastardo (2), Hollands (1)). Justin De Fratus (1-0, 3.86) got the win as he threw two scoreless innings, walking a batter, while striking out two. Rafael Montero pitched only three and two-thirds innings, giving up four runs, three of which were earned, on seven hits and two walks. Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched an inning and a third, giving up a run on a hit and two walks, while striking out one. Josh Edgin, Jeurys Familia, Scott Rice, Carlos Torres and Vic Black combined for eight scoreless innings, giving up four hits (Familia (1), Rice (1), Black (2)) and four walks (Familia (1), Torres (1), Black (2)) between them, while striking out eight (Familia (3), Rice (1), Torres (2), Black (2)). Jenrry Mejia (4-2, 3.97) took the lost as he pitched to four batters, getting none of them out, as he gave up a run on three hits and a walk.

The Phils had fourteen hits in the game, with Carlos Ruiz leading the team with four hits, three singles and a double, followed by Jimmy Rollins (Singles) and Reid Brignac (Singles, RBI) with two hits each. Ben Revere (Single), Chase Utley (Single, RBI), Marlon Byrd (Single), Dom Brown (Home Run, 4 RBIs), John Mayberry, Jr. (Single) and A.J. Burnett (Single), had the other six Phils’ hits. The Phils also had nine walks (Rollins (2), Utley, Byrd (2), Ruiz, Brignac (2), Hernandez) and a stolen base (Rollins (7)) in the game.

On Saturday afternoon, the Mets took the lead in the top of the first as, with runners on the corners, and with two men out, Bobby Abreu hits an RBI single, knocking in Chris Young, who had started the game off with a single, moved up to second base on Daniel Murphy’s single, then went to third base on Curtis Granderson’s fly out to center, giving the Mets a 1-0 lead, while sending Murphy, who had earlier singled, up to third base. The Mets then took a 2-0 lead as, with runners once again on the corners, and with still two men out, Lucas Duda hits an RBI double, scoring Murphy, while sending Abreu up to third base. The Mets then made it a 3-0 lead in the top of the fourth as, with two men out, Ruben Tejada hits a solo home run, his first home run of the season. The Mets added to their lead in the top of the sixth as, with two men on, and with two men out, Tejada hits an RBI single, knocking in Abreu, who had earlier doubled, giving the Mets a 4-0 lead, while sending Duda, who had been intentionally walked, up to third base, while Tejada would move up to second base on the late throw to the plate. The Phils got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the seventh as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Ryan Howard hits a three-run home run, his tenth home run of the season, knocking in Jimmy Rollins, who had started the inning off with a single, then moved up to second base on Chase Utley’s walk, and Utley, who had just walked, making it a 4-3 Mets’ lead. The Phils tied the game up at four-all in the bottom of the ninth as, with a runner on second, and with nobody out, Dom Brown hits an RBI single, knocking in Marlon Byrd, who had lead-off the inning with a ground-rule double. The Mets retook the lead in the top of the fourteenth as, with two men on, and with two men out, David Wright hits an RBI single, knocking in Tejada, who had started the inning off with a walk, then moved up to second base on pinch-hitter Juan Legares’ sacrifice bunt, 5-4, giving the Mets a 5-4 lead, while sending Young, who had been intentionally walked, up to second base. That would end up being the final score as Carlos Torres collected his second save of the season as he threw a scoreless inning, striking out Utley, swinging, for the game’s final out.

Kyle Kendrick received a no-decision as he pitched six innings, giving up four runs on eight hits and two walks, striking out five. Mario Hollands, Jake Diekman, Jonathan Papelbon and Jeff Manship (before getting injured) threw eight scoreless innings giving up two hits (Hollands (1), Papelbon (1)) and three walks (Hollands (2), Diekman (1)) between them, while striking out eight (Hollands (1), Papelbon (1), Manship (6)). Antonio Bastardo (3-3, 3.86) took the lost as he pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit and two walks. Jacob deGrom also received a no-decision as he went six and a third innings, giving up three runs on three hits and two walks, while striking out eleven. Josh Edgin pitched a third of an inning, getting out the only man whom he would face. Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit, while striking out a batter. Scott Rice pitched a third of an inning, walking a batter, while striking out one. Jeurys Familia pitched two innings, giving up a run on three hits and a walk, while striking out two. Buddy Carlyle (1-0, 0.00) got the win as he pitched three scoreless innings, giving up two hits and a walk. Carlos Torres received his second save of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit and a walk, while striking out two.

The Phils had ten hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Single, Triple), Ryan Howard (Single, Home Run, 3 RBIs) and Carlos Ruiz (Singles) all leading the team with two hits each. Jimmy Rollins (Single), Chase Utley (Single), Marlon Byrd (Double) and Dom Brown (Single, RBI) had the other four Phils’ hits. The Phils also had six walks (Rollins, Utley (2), Byrd, Brown, Reid Brignac), a stolen Base (Revere (15)), a sacrifice bunt (Cesar Hernandez) and a runner caught stealing (Brown (1)) in the ballgame.

On Sunday afternoon, the Mets took the lead in the fourth as, with runners on the corners, and with nobody out, Chris Young hits a sacrifice fly to the third baseman in foul territory, scoring David Wright, who had started the inning off with a double, then stopped at third base on Eric Campbell’s single, giving the Mets a 1-0 lead. The Phils took the lead in their half of the fourth as, with one man on, and with one man out, Ryan Howard hits a two-run home run, his eleventh home run of the season, knocking in Carlos Ruiz, who had just doubled, giving the Phils a 2-1 lead. The Mets tied the game up at two-all in the top of the sixth as, with runners on the corners, and with nobody out, Curtis Granderson hits a sacrifice fly to right, scoring Campbell, who had started the inning off with a double, then moved up to third base on shortstop’s Jimmy Rollins’ fielding error of Chris Young’s grounder. The Mets took the lead in the top of the eleventh as, with a runner on first, and with two men out, Lucas Duda hits a two-run home run, his eighth home run of the year, knocking in Travis d’Arnaud, who had just walked. The Phils would get a run back in their half of the eleventh as, with one man out, Marlon Byrd hits a solo home run, his eight home run of the season, making it a 4-3 Mets’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Jenrry Mejia collected his sixth save of the season by getting Howard to ground out, 3-unassisted, for the game’s final out.

Cole Hamels received a no-decision as he pitched seven innings, giving up two runs, only one of which was earned, on six hits and four walks, while he struck out eight. Cesar Jimenez, Jonathan Papelbon and Justin De Fratus combined for three scoreless innings, giving up a hit (Jimenez) between them, while striking out three (one batter each). Phillippe Aumont (0-1, 18.00) took the lost as he pitched an inning, giving up two runs on a hit and a walk, striking out two. Jon Niese also received a no-decision as he pitched eight innings, giving up two runs on eight hits and a walk, while striking out six. Scott Rice and Vic Black pitched a scoreless inning. Josh Edgin (1-0, 1.59) got the win as he threw a 1-2-3 inning, striking out the side. Jenrry Mejia received his sixth save of the season as he pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit.

The Phils had nine hits in the game with Carlos Ruiz leading the team with two hits, a single and a double. Ben Revere (Single), Jimmy Rollins (Single), Marlon Byrd (Home Run, RBI), Ryan Howard (Home Run, 2 RBIs), Cesar Hernandez (Single), Cole Hamels (Single) and pinch-hitter Dom Brown (Single) had the other seven Phils’ hits. The Phils also had a walk (Revere) and a sacrifice bunt (Reid Brignac), while the defense committed two errors (Rollins (4), Brignac (1)) and performed a double play.

The Phils (24-30, 5th) conclude their five-game series with the Mets (27-29, 4th) with a game already in progress.

The Phils bounce back as the offense come alive, crushing the Rockies, 9-0.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe offense bounce back as Kyle Kendrick receives his first victory of 2014, as the Phils crush the Rockies, 9-0.

The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the fourth as, with a runner on second, and with two men out, Ryan Howard hits an RBI single, knocking in Chase Utley, who had earlier singled, then moved up to second base on pitcher Jhoulys Chacin’s wild pitch, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Phils increased their lead in the bottom of the fifth as, with runners on the corners, and with two men out, Ben Revere hits an RBI single, knocking in Dom Brown, who had started the inning off with a walk, then went to third base on Carlos Ruiz’s single, giving the Phils a 2-0 lead, while moving Ruiz, who had just singled, up to second base. The Phils then made it a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the sixth as, with one man on, and with nobody out, Howard hits a two-run home run, his eighth home run of the season, knocking in Utley, who had lead-off the inning with a single. The Phils added to their lead in the bottom of the seventh as, with runners on the corners, and with one man out, Utley hits an RBI double, scoring Tony Gwynn, Jr., who had started the inning off with a walk, had moved up to second base on Revere’s single, then stopped at third base on Jimmy Rollins’ force out, 4-6, as Revere is wiped out at second base for the inning’s first out, giving the Phils a 5-0 lead, while sending Rollins, who had been safe at first on the force out, up to third base. The Phils then took a 7-0 lead one batter later as Howard hits a two-run single, scoring both Rollins and Utley. The Phils then made it a 9-0 lead two batters later as, with one man on, and now with two men out, pinch-hitter John Mayberry, Jr.  hits a two-run home run, his second home run of the year, scoring Howard. That would end up being the final score as Justin De Fratus pitched a 1-2-3 ninth, getting Corey Dickerson to fly out to center for the game’s final out.

Kyle Kendrick (1-5, 4.04) got the win as he pitched six and two-thirds shutout innings, giving up six hits, four walks and a wild pitch, while striking out two. Mike Adams pitched a third of an inning, giving up a hit, while striking out a batter. Antonio Bastardo and Justin De Fratus combined for two 1-2-3 innings, striking out two batters (one batter each) between them. Jhoulys Chacin (0-4, 5.20) took the lost as he pitched five innings plus two batters, giving up four runs on seven hits, a walk and three wild pitches, while striking out five. Tommy Kahnle pitched an inning, giving up a hit, while striking out a batter. Nick Masset pitched a third of an inning, giving up two runs on a hit and a walk. Rex Brothers pitched two-thirds of an inning, giving up three runs on three hits, while striking out a batter. Adam Ottavino pitched a 1-2-3 inning.

The Phils had twelve hits in the game, with Ben Revere (Singles, RBI), Chase Utley (2 Singles, Double, RBI) and Ryan Howard (2 Singles, Home Run, 5 RBIs) all leading the team with three hits each. Dom Brown (Single), Carlos Ruiz (Single) and pinch-hitter John Mayberry, Jr. (Home Run, 2 RBIs) had the other three Phils’ hits. The Phils also had two walks (Brown, Tony Gwynn, Jr.) in the game, while the defense performed two double plays.

The Phils (22-26, 4th NL East) continue their series with the Rockies (27-24, 3rd 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 Cole Hamels (1-2, 4.30) who is coming off a no-decision against the Marlins on May 22, as he went seven innings, giving up three runs on six hits and a walk, while striking out six, in the Phils’ 4-3 walk-off lost. He will be trying to throw his fourth straight quality start, while trying to give the Phils the series win. The Rockies will counter with Jorge De La Rosa (5-3, 3.91), who is coming off a no-decision against the Giants in a suspended game on May 22, as he went only three scoreless innings, giving up a walk, while striking out three, in the Rockies’ 2-2 tie with the Giants in a rain-suspended game. He will be trying to even up the series. The Phils will be trying to increase their winning streak while trying to forget Sunday’s game.

The Phils get crush as they lose to the Marlins, 14-5.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils’ bullpen give up eight runs late in the game, as the Phils end up being crushed by the fish, losing to the Marlins, 14-5.

The Phils took the lead in the top of the first as, with one man on, and with two men out, Ryan Howard hits an RBI double, knocking in Carlos Ruiz, who was safe at first on first baseman Garrett Jones’ missing catch error, after having originally been called out, which was then overturned on Phils’ manager Ryne Sandberg’s challenge, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The Phils then made it a 2-0 lead as Marlon Byrd followed with an RBI single, scoring Howard. The Marlins got a run back in their half of the first as, with two men on, and with one man out, Casey McGehee hits an RBI single, knocking in Derek Dietrich, who had earlier doubled, making it a 2-1 Phils’ lead, while sending Giancarlo Stanton, who had just walked, over to third base. The Marlins then tied the game up at two-all as Jones hits a sacrifice fly to center, scoring Stanton. The Marlins took the lead in the bottom of the third as, with a runner on third, and with one man out, Stanton hits an RBI ground out, 4-3, scoring Dietrich, who had just tripled, giving the Marlins a 3-2 lead. The Phils would retie the game up at three-all in the top of the fourth as, with runners on second and third, and with one man out, Tony Gwynn, Jr. hits an RBI single, knocking in Byrd, who had started the inning off with a single, stopped at second base on Cody Asche’s single, then moved up to third on Dom Brown’s soft ground out, 1-3, while sending Asche, who had earlier singled, then moved up to second base on Brown’s ground out, up to third base. The Marlins regained the lead in their half of the fourth as, with runners on the corners, and with one man out, Marcell Ozuna hits an RBI single, scoring Jones, who had started the inning off with a double, then moved up to third base on Jarrod Saltalamacchia’s fly out to center field, making it a 4-3 Marlins’ lead, while sending Ed Lucas, who had just walked, up to second base. The Marlins added to their lead two batters later, after Nathan Eovaldi had hit a sacrifice bunt that loaded up the bases, as Lucas and Ozuna both moved up a base, and with still one man out, Christian Yelich hits an RBI single, scoring Lucas, giving the Marlins a 5-3 lead, while moving up both runners up a base, leaving the bases loaded. The Marlins then made it a 6-3 lead in the bottom of the sixth as, with one man on, and with two men out, Yelich hits an RBI triple, knocking in Ozuna, who had earlier been safe at first on a force out, 6-4, as Lucas, who had started the inning off with a single, is wiped out at second base for the inning’s first out. The Marlins then broke the game wide open in the bottom of the seventh as, with the bases loaded, via a single by Jones, a walk by Saltalamacchia, moving Jones up to second base, and a single by Lucas, moving up both runners, and with two men out, Ozuna hits a grand slam home run, his seventh home run of the season, knocking in Jones, Saltalamacchia and Lucas, giving the Marlins a 10-3 lead. The Phils got two runs back in the top of the eighth as, with one man and with nobody out, Brown hits a two-run home run, his third home run of the season, knocking in Asche, who had started the inning off with an infield single, making it a 10-5 Marlins’ lead. The Marlins got a run back in their half of the eighth as, with the bases loaded once again, via a single by Yelich, who then moved up to second base on pitcher Luis Garcia’s wild pitch, a walk by Dietrich, and then a walk to McGehee, moving up both runners, and with one man out, Jones received a walk, forcing in Yelich, making it an 11-5 Marlins’ lead, while Dietrich and McGehee both moved up a base. The Marlins then made it an 13-5 lead as Saltalamacchia hits a two-run single, knocking in Dietrich and McGehee, while moving Jones up to second base. The Marlins added another run two batters later as, with the bases loaded once again, after Lucas had grounded out 4-3, moving up both runners and Ozuna had walked, and now with two men out, pinch-hitter Donovan Solano hits an RBI infield single to the pitcher Garcia, scoring Jones, while Saltalamachia and Ozuna both moved up a base, making it a 14-5 Marlins’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Kevin Slowey pitched a scoreless ninth, getting Asche to strike out, swinging, to end the game.

Kyle Kendrick (0-5, 4.53) took the lost as he lasted five and two-thirds innings, giving up six runs on seven hits and two walks, while striking out three. Mario Hollands pitched a third of an inning, giving up a hit. Jeff Manship pitched an inning, giving up four runs on three hits and a walk. Luis Garcia also pitched an inning, as he gave up four runs on three hits, four walks and a wild pitch, striking out two. Nathan Eovaldi (3-2, 3.41) got the win as he went six innings, giving up three runs, only one of which was earned, on ten hits and a walk, while striking out two. Mike Dunn collected his fifth hold of the year as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out two. Matt Capps pitched an inning, giving up two runs on two hits, a walk and a hit batter. Kevin Slowey pitched a scoreless inning, giving up two hits, while striking out a batter.

The Phils banged out fourteen hits in a losing effort, with Jimmy Rollins (Single, Double, becoming tied for second place with Richie Ashburn for most career hits as a Phil with 2217), Marlon Byrd (Singles, RBI), Cody Asche (Singles) and Tony Gwynn, Jr. (Singles, RBI), all leading the team with two hits each. Chase Utley (Single), Ryan Howard (Double, RBI), Dom Brown (Home Run, 2 RBIs), Kyle Kendrick (Single), Reid Brignac (Single) and John Mayberry, Jr. (Double) had the other six Phils’ hits. The Phils also had two walls (Byrd, Gwynn) and a stolen base (Gwynn (2)) in the game.

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