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The Phils take the series as the offense comes out smoking as they beat the Mets, 9-4.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThe Phils’ offense comes out smoking as they take the series from the Mets, defeating New York, 9-4.

The Mats took the lead in the bottom of the second as, with a runner on second, and with two men out, Jordany Valdespin hits an RBI double, scoring Ike Davis, who had earlier doubled, giving the Mets a 1-0 lead. The Phils tied the game up at one-all in the top of the third as, with two men on, and with nobody out, Chase Utley hits a ground-rule double, knocking in Jonathan Pettibone, who had earlier singled, his first major league hit, then stopped at second base on Jimmy Rollins’ single, while Rollins, who had just singled, would stopped at third. The Phils then took the lead as, with Michael Young batting, Rollins would score on a Shaun Marcum wild pitch, giving the Phils a 2-1 lead, while Utley would move up to third base. Two batters later, after Young strikeouts for the inning’s first out, Ryan Howard hits a sacrifice fly to left, knocking in Utley, giving the Phils a 3-1 lead. The Mets would get a run back in the bottom of the fourth as, with the bases loaded, via singles by David Wright and Lucas Duda, sending Wright to third base, and a walk to John Buck, sending Duda up to second base, and with nobody out, Davis hits a sacrifice fly, for the inning’s first out, bringing in Wright, cutting the Phils’ lead down to 3-2. Pettibone then got out of the inning by first getting Valdespin to hit into a force out, 6-4, wiping out Buck at second base for the inning’s second out, while sending Duda up to third base, while Valdespin was safe at first, then striking out pinch-hitter Justin Turner, looking, for the final out. The Phils added to their lead in the top of the fifth as, with two men on, and with one man out, Howard hits an RBI single, knocking in Rollins, who had started the inning off with a double, giving the Phils a 4-2 lead, while sending Young, who had just walked, up to second base. The Phils then busted the game wide open as Dom Brown hits a three-run home run, his third home run of the season, knocking in Young and Howard, giving the Phils a 7-2 lead. The Phils then made it an 8-2 lead as John Mayberry, Jr. followed with a solo blast of his own, his second home run of the season. The Mets got the run back in their half of the fifth as, with a runner on second, and with two men out, Wright hits an RBI double, knocking in Ruben Tejada, who had earlier doubled, making it an 8-3 Phils’ lead. The Phils increased their lead in the top of the seventh as, with runners on the corners, and with two men out, Laynce Nix hits an RBI single, knocking in Young, who had started the inning off with a single, then reached third base on right fielder Mike Baxter’s fielding error of Howard’s fly ball, giving the Phils a 9-3 lead, while sending Howard, who had reached based on Baxter’s error, up to second base. The Mets would get a run back in the bottom of the ninth as Buck lead off the inning with a home run, his eighth home run of the season, making it a 9-4 Phils’ lead. That would be the final score as Jeremy Horst would get out the next three batters to end the game.

Jonathan Pettibone (1-0, 4.35) got the win, the first of his major league career, as he pitched five innings, giving up three runs on seven hits, two walks and a hit batter, while striking out four. Raul Valdes and Chad Durbin combined for three 1-2-3 innings, striking out three batters (Valdes (2), Durbin (1)) between them. Jeremy Horst pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit. Shaun Marcum (0-1, 6.75) took the lost in his first start for 2013, as he went four innings, giving up three runs on five hits, two walks and a wild pitch, while striking out three. Robert Carson pitched an inning, tagged for five runs on four hits and a walk, while he struck out a batter. LaTroy Hawkins pitched two innings, giving up a run on two hits, striking out a batter. Scott Rice pitched two scoreless innings, giving up a hit and a walk, while he struck out two.

The Phils had twelve hits in the game, with Michael Young leading the team with three hits (Singles), followed by Jimmy Rollins (Single, Double) and Dom Brown (Single, Home Run, 3 RBIs) with two hits each. Chase Utley (Double, RBI), Howard (Single, 2 RBIs), John Mayberry, Jr. (Home Run, RBI), Laynce Nix (Single, RBI) and Jonathan Pettibone (Single), had the other five Phils’ hit, with Pettibone’s hit being his first career hit. The Phils’ other run came in on a wild pitch. The Phils also had four walks (Rollins, Young, Mayberry, Nix) in the game.

The Phils (11-14, 3rd) will conclude their series with the Mets (10-12, 3rd) with a daygame that is in progress.

The Phils score eight runs on three home runs as they routed the Mets, 8-3.

Philadelphia_PhilliesThree bombs by the Phils’ offense help to propel the Phils over the Mets, 8-3.

The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the first as, with a runner on second, and with one man out, Chase Utley hits a two-run home run, his second home run of the season, scoring Jimmy Rollins, who had just doubled, giving the Phils a 2-0 lead. Three batters later, with two men on, and with still one man out, Dom Brown hits a three-run bomb to deep right field, his second home run of the year, knocking in Ryan Howard, who had earlier singled, then moved up to second base on Michael Young’s walk, and Young, who had just walked, giving the Phils a 5-0 lead. The Mets got on the scoreboard in the top of the second as, with one man out, John Buck hits a solo home run, his fifth home run of the season, making it a 5-1 Phils’ lead. The Mets then threaten to add more, as they loaded the bases, via a Lucas Duda double, a walk to Mike Baxter, and a single by Ruben Tejada, moving up a base both Duda and Baxter, with still one man out. But Kyle Kendrick then got out of the inning by first striking out Jeremy Hefner, who never took the bat off of his shoulder, and then Jordany Valdespin looking on a 3-2 sinker, ending the threat. The Mets then made it a 5-2 Phils’ lead in the top of the fourth as, with one man out, Duda hits a solo home run, his second home run of the season. The Phils then increased their lead in the bottom of the sixth as, with one man on, and with one man out, pinch-hitter Laynce Nix hits a two-run home run, his first home run of the season, knocking in Erik Kratz, who had just singled, giving the Phils a 7-2 lead. The Mets would get that run back in the top of the eighth as, with two men out, Duda hits a solo home run, his third home run of the season, and his second of the ballgame, making it a 7-3 Phils’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Jonathan Papelbon pitched a scoreless ninth.

Kyle Kendrick (1-1, 5.40) got the win as he pitched six innings, giving up two runs on eight hits and two walks, as he struck out six, while he pitched his way out of a couple of jams. Antonio Bastardo threw a scoreless inning, giving up a hit. Mike Adams pitched an inning, giving up a run on a hit, while striking out the side. Jonathan Papelbon threw a scoreless inning, giving up a hit, while striking out a batter. Jeremy Hefner (0-2, 6.00) took the lost as he pitched three innings, giving up five runs on six hits and three walks, while striking out two, as the Phils got to him for five runs in the first inning on two home runs. Josh Edgin pitched two scoreless innings, giving up a hit, while he struck out four Phils. LaTroy Hawkins pitched two-thirds of an inning, giving up two runs on three hits. Scott Rice pitched an inning and a third, striking out a batter. Bobby Parnell threw a scoreless inning, striking out two.

The Phils collected ten hits in the game, with Jimmy Rollins (Single, Double), Ryan Howard (Singles) and Michael Young (Single, Double) all leading the ballclub with two hits each. Chase Utley (Home Run, 2 RBIs), Dom Brown (Home Run, 3 RBI), Erik Kratz (Single) and pinch-hitter Laynce Nix (Home Run, 2 RBIs) had the other four Phils’ hits. The Phils also had three walks (Ben Revere, Young, Brown) in the game.

The Phils (4-5, 4th) have the day off.

Cliff Lee just miss pitching a complete game as the Phils’ bats come to life to beat the Mets, 8-3.

Philadelphia_PhilliesCliff Lee is one out short of pitching a complete game as the Phils’ bats wake up to rout the Mets, winning 8-3.

The Phils take the lead in the bottom of the second as, with runners on second and third, and with one man out, John Mayberry Jr. hits a two-run double, knocking in Michael Young, who had earlier singled, then stopped at third base on Dom Brown’s single, and Brown, who had just singled, then moved up to second base on left fielder Lucas Duda’s throwing error, giving the Phils a 2-0 lead. Two batters later, with Mayberry still on second base, and now with two men out, Cliff Lee helped his own cause with an RBI single to center, knocking in Mayberry, giving the Phils a 3-0 lead. The Phils then made it a 4-0 lead two batters later, after Ben Revere had hit a single, moving Lee up to second base, as Jimmy Rollins hits an RBI double, scoring Lee, while sending Revere on to third base. The Phils added to their lead in the bottom of the third as Ryan Howard hits a lead-off home run, his first home run of the season, giving the Phils a 5-0 lead. The Phils then took a 6-0 lead as Young followed Howard with a solo shot of his own, his first home run of the season, and his first as a Phil. Two batters later, with one  man out, the Phils make it a 7-0 lead as Mayberry hits his own solo home run, his first home run of the season. The Mets got on the scoreboard in the top of the fourth as, with one man on, and with nobody out, John Buck hits a two-run home run, his fourth home run of the season, scoring David Wright, who had started the inning off by reaching base on Rollins’ throwing error, making it a 7-2 Phils’ lead. The Phils got one of the runs back in their half of the fourth as, with a runner on second, and with two men out, Young hits an RBI triple, knocking in Chase Utley, who had earlier walked, then stole second base, giving the Phils an 8-2 lead. The Mets got the run back in the top of the fifth as, with a man on third, and with one man out, Jordany Valdespin, after having first tripled, would score on catcher Erik Kratz’s passed ball, making it an 8-3 Phils’ lead. That would end up being the final score as Mike Adams would record the final out in the ninth by striking out Ruben Tejada looking.

Cliff Lee (2-0, 1.08) got the win as he pitched eight and two-thirds innings, giving up three runs, two of which were earned, on eight hits, while he struck out six. Mike Adams pitched a third of an inning, striking out the only man that he would face. Dillon Gee (0-2, 7.71) took the lost as he went just three innings, giving up seven runs on ten hits, as he struck out two. Greg Burke pitched two innings, giving up a run on a hit and a walk, as he struck out two. Scott Rice, LaTroy Hawkins and Brandon Lyon would combine for three scoreless innings, giving up a walk (Rice) between them, while striking out three (one batter each).

The Phils had eleven hits in the game, with Michael Young leading the team (Single, Triple, Home Run, 2 RBIs), being a double short of hitting the cycle, followed by John Mayberry, Jr. (Double, Home Run, 3 RBIs) with two hits. Ben Revere (Single), Jimmy Rollins (Double, RBI), Ryan Howard (Home Run, RBI), Dom Brown (Single), Erik Kratz (Single) and Cliff Lee (Single, RBI), had the other five Phils’ hits. The Phils also had two walks (Chase Utley (2)) and two stolen bases (Utley (2 & 3)) in the game.

The Phils (3-5, 4th) will conclude their series with the Mets (5-3, 3rd) with a night game tonight. The game will be played at Citizens Bank Park and will start at 7:05 pm EDT. The Phils will send to the mound Kyle Kendrick (0-1, 7.94) who is coming off a bad start against the Royals on April 5, as he threw five and two-thirds innings. giving up five runs on eight hits and two walks, while striking out three, in the Phils’ 13-4 lost. Kendrick will be trying to regain the form he had early in the game, before the floodgates suddenly opened. Jeremy Hefner (0-1, 1.50) will pitch for the Mets, as he is coming off a lost to the Marlins on April 5, as he threw six innings, giving up a run on five hits and two walks, as he struck out three, in the Mets’ 7-5 lost. He will be trying to even his record while trying to give the Mets the series win. The Phils look to end the series with a win.

33 games in 31 days: Game #13: The Phils make it six wins in a row as they defeat the Brew Crew in extra-innings, 3-2.

The Phils are now close to clinching a playoff spot, as they defeat the Brewers in ten innings, 3-2.

The Phils took the lead in the first as, with two men out, Hunter Pence hits a solo home run, his nineteenth home run of the year, and his eighth as a Phil, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead.  The Brewers tied the game up at one-all in the second as, with one man on, and with one man out, Yuniesky Betancourt hits an RBI single, scoring Casey McGehee, who was safe on a force out, 5-4, forcing out at second Prince Fielder, who had earlier walked, before going to second base on a throwing error by second baseman Michael Martinez, which allowed him to reach second base, before he went up to second base on the throw to the plate, as McGehee knocked the ball out of Carlos Ruiz’s glove. The Brewers took the lead in the fourth as, with two men on, and with nobody out, McGehee hits an RBI ground out, 6-3, scoring Ryan Braun, who had earlier singled, then stopped at third on Fielder’s double. The Phils tied the game up at two-all in the fifth as, with two men out, Placido Polanco hits a solo home run, his fifth home run of the year. The game would stay tied until the top of the tenth as the Phils retook the lead as, with a runner on second, and with nobody out, Raul Ibanez scored as pitcher LaTroy Hawkins committed a throwing error on a bunt single hit by Ruiz, giving the Phils a 3-2 lead, before Ruiz stopped at second base. That would end up being the final score as Ryan Madson recorded his thirtieth save of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, getting McGehee to ground out, 6-3, with two men on, and with two men out, to end the game.

Cliff Lee received a no-decision as he went seven innings, giving up two runs, one of which was unearned, on six hits and a walk, while he struck out seven. Brad Lidge pitched a scoreless inning, giving up a hit and a walk, while striking out a batter. Michael Stutes (6-1, 3.62) took the win as he pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out a batter. Ryan Madson recorded his thirtieth save of the season as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up two walks, while striking out a batter. Randy Wolf also received a no-decision as he pitched seven innings, giving up two runs on nine hits and two walks, while striking out a batter. Francisco Rodriguez and John Axford combine for two scoreless innings, as they gave up a hit (Axford) and two walks (Rodriguez), while striking out three (Rodriguez (2), Axford (1)) between them. LaTroy Hawkins (1-1, 2.66) took the lost as he pitched an inning, giving up a run on two hits, while striking out a batter.

The Phils had twelve hits in the ballgame, with Placido Polanco (Singles, Home Run, RBI) and Hunter Pence (Single, Home Run, RBI) both leading the team with three hits. Carlos Ruiz followed with two singles. Ben Francisco (Single), Raul Ibanez (Double), Wilson Valdez (Single) and Michael Martinez (Single) had the other four Phils’ hits.

The Phils (94-48, 1st East) will conclude their four-game series with the Brewers (85-62, 1st Central) with a game already in progress.

The Phils split the four-games series as their ninth inning rally fall short as they lose to the Astros, 5-3.

A ninth-inning rally falls short as the Phils lose to the Astros, 5-3. They will now play the Marlins for three games as they try to get past the Dodgers for the best record in the National League for home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

The Astros took a quick 2-0 lead in the first as, with two men on, and with one man out, Lance Berkman hits a two-run double, scoring Kazuo Matsui, who had earlier singled, and then went to second as Miguel Tejada reached base on catcher’s interference, and Tejada, who had gotten on base on Paul Bako’s catcher’s interference-error. The Phils would cut the lead in half in the fifth as, with the bases loaded, via a double by Ben Francisco, an infield single by Jimmy Rollins, which sent Francisco to third, and a walk to Ryan Howard, which moved Rollins to second, and with two men out, when Raul Ibanez hit an infield single, scoring Francisco, making it a 2-1 Astros’ lead, while moving Rollins to third, and Howard up to second. The Astros increased their lead in the sixth as, with one man on, and with nobody out, Tejada hits a two-run home run, his fourteenth home run of the season, scoring Matsui, who had just walked. The Phils tried to rally in the ninth. With two men on, and with two out, Pedro Feliz hits a two-run double, scoring Matt Stairs, who had earlier received a pinch hit walk, and then went to third on Jayson Werth’s single, and Werth, who had just singled, and then moved up to second on defensive indifference, making it a 5-3 Astros’ lead. Pinch hitter Andy Tracy then followed with a pinch single, sending Feliz to third, bringing up the winning run to the plate. But, that would be it as pinch hitter Miguel Cairo hits the first pitch deep into center field for the final out.   

Cliff Lee took the lost as he pitched five and two-thirds innings, giving up four runs, three of which were earned, on seven hits and a walk, as he struck out four. His record is 14-13 (7-4) with an ERA of 3.22 (3.39). Clay Condrey pitched a third of an inning, getting out the only man he would face. Brett Myers pitched an inning, giving up a run on three hits. Tyler Walker and Sergio Escalona together pitched two 1-2-3 innings, striking out a batter between them (Walker). Felipe Paulino got the win as he pitched five innings, giving up just one run on six hits and three walks, as he struck out five. His record is now 3-11 with an ERA of 6.27. Jeff Fulchino recorded his twelfth hold as he pitched a scoreless inning, giving up just one hit and a walk, while striking out a batter. Wesley Wright and LaTroy Hawkins combined for two scoreless innings, giving up three hits (Wright (1), Hawkins (2)), while striking out 2 batters (Hawkins). Jose Valverde pitched an inning, giving up two runs on three hits and a walk.

The Phils had thirteen hits in the game, with Ben Francisco leading the team with three hits, with two of them being doubles, as he raised his average to .257 (.281). He was followed by Jayson Werth and Pedro Feliz, who had two hits each, with one of Feliz’s hits being a two-run double. Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, Raul Ibanez, Paul Bako, Miguel Cairo and pinch hitter Andy Tracy had the other six Phils’ hit, with Ibanez’s hit knocking in the Phils’ other run. The Phils were once again unable to knock in runs, mainly because they could not string together their hits.

The Phils (92-67, 1st) will play their final home stand of the regular season with a three-games series with the pesky Marlins (85-74, 3rd). The Phils will send to the mound Joe Blanton (12-7, 3.95), who is coming off a win against the Brewers on September 27, where he pitched five and two-thirds innings, giving up five runs on seven hits and four walks, while striking out four, in the Phils’ 6-5 win. He will be trying to win his thirteenth start, which would place him as the team leader in that category. The Marlins will counter with Rick VandenHurk (2-2, 4.44), who is coming off a no-decision against the Phils on September 23, when he went six innings, giving up four runs on seven hits and a walk, while striking out five, in the Marlins’ 7-6 win. He will be trying for his third win of the season. The Phils will once again try to add another win as they now try to get the best record in the NL to have home field advantage during the playoffs.  

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