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Sandberg Needs To Go

Hall of Fame player Ryne Sandberg walked into the worst position a rookie manager could walk into. He was the bench coach for a man who was unquestionably the best manager in Phillies history, Charlie Manuel. 490 more words


Burnett fans a dozen to cool off Nationals

Just when you thought AJ Burnett was hanging up the cleats, he dominates the streaking Nationals to get a much needed win. The lone blemish was a solo home run by Rendon. 187 more words

Iwakuma Dominates, Puts M’s in Position for 5th Straight Series Win

The Seattle Mariners (68-57) came out on top Tuesday night, winning 5-2 over the Phillies (55-71) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. With the win, the M’s tied the series at a game apiece, setting up tomorrow’s rubber game. 626 more words


Hisashi Iwakuma Looks to Get the Mariners Back on Track Against the Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies (55-70) will play host to the Seattle Mariners (67-57) in tonight’s game, with first pitch set for 4:05 PST. Hisashi Iwakuma (11-6, 2.72 ERA) will be tasked with shutting sown the Phils and knotting the series up for the M’s. 986 more words


Sixth inning (again)

The sixth inning was brutal in the two losses to the Angels and the troubles returned today in San Francisco. Kyle Kendrick settled down after a first inning bomb by Pence to shut out the Giants until the sixth inning. 441 more words

Phillies phall short again

Maybe it is time A.J. Burnett got his hernia fixed. Really, anybody at AAA or waiver wire can do as well as him. Tonight he gave up 4 runs in 6 innings with the real killer being 4 walks – yes, the walks always kill Burnett. 208 more words

Just what the doctor ordered

A struggling Angels offense smiled when they looked at the schedule to see the Phillies were in town. There wasn’t much of the bats through six innings when Jerome freaking Williams stymied the woeful Angels bats. 326 more words