John Mayberry drove in three runs with a homer and a sacrifice fly Friday, and the Philadelphia Phillies climbed 42 games above .500 for the first time in franchise’s 129-year history by beating the Florida Marlins 5-3.
The Phillies haven’t played in a little under 3 days. As they get set to battle the upstart Arizona Diamondbacks, the teams they battle an average of 19 times a year have had some of the most bizarre controversies in baseball.
Tonight’s game between the Phillies and the Florida Marlins has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Miami, FL (Sports Network) – Cole Hamels pitched into the seventh inning, and Jayson Werth notched the game-winning RBI in the fifth as Philadelphia clipped Florida, 2-1, in the middle contest of a three-game […]
Phillies build big lead, top Marlins to keep hold of 1st place Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – Ryan Howard finished 3-for-5 with a three- run homer and tied a season-high with six RBI as Philadelphia […]
Back in first: Phillies edge Marlins to grab top spot in NL East Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – Placido Polanco’s eighth-inning two-out RBI single was the difference, as Philadelphia nipped Florida, 8-7, in the third […]
A lot of times these days it doesn’t seem like baseball players really want to fight, even when the benches clear. That was not the case tonight with the Nationals and the Marlins. Chris Volstad […]
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – Josh Johnson was dominant in eight shutout innings, winning a duel with Roy Halladay in Florida’s 2-0 triumph over Philadelphia. Johnson (7-2), who was on the opposite end of Halladay’s […]
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – Ben Francisco’s two-run single in the eighth proved to be the game-winner as the Philadelphia bats finally awoke with a 10-8 win over Florida in the first of a three-game […]
The feel good story of Roy Halladay’s perfect game Saturday night was just a breif interruption in what has become a deep offensive funk for the Phillies, who have now scored eight runs over their last nine games after […]
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – Ricky Nolasco held the potent Philadelphia offense to just one run as he threw his fourth complete game of his career to help Florida take a 5-1 win in the […]