Even without the help of the awesome foursome of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt, the Philadelphia Phillies’ were dominant on the mound.
For all those people predicting the Philadelphia Phillies will win the World Series, the players quickly point out there’s a long way to go until October.
Phillies fans who want to see the pitching rotation in person have the chance to buy single-game tickets Thursday.
On the first day of workouts for Phillies pitchers and catchers, the team’s vaunted starting rotation held a press conference to preview the upcoming season.
Fear not Phillies faithful — baseball is back. On Sunday, Cliff Lee and the rest of the pitching staff, along with the catchers, reported to Clearwater, marking the start of Spring Training and the first step in the Phils 2011 campaign.
Phillies bounce back to take Game 2.
If the Phillies are to even up this series, they are going to have to defeat a tough pitcher in Giants lefty Jonathan Sanchez.
For the first time, Charlie Manuel publicly announced what everyone in the baseball world assumed: that Roy Halladay would start Saturday’s game one of the National League Championship Series.
Phillies fans are now shifting their focus to the San Francisco Giants, who come to town for game one of the National League Championship series on Saturday.
Don’t assume anything yet. The Reds will be playing for their collective lives in Game 2.
Game One was historic. But tonight the Phillies turn the page and play Game Two of their National League Division Series against the Reds.
Roy Oswalt and a pair of relievers combined on a one-hitter and the NL East-leading Philadelphia Phillies beat Atlanta 1-0 Wednesday night for their 10th straight win, increasing their bulge over the Braves to six games.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Roy Oswalt pitched seven effective innings, helping the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Florida Marlins 7-4 Monday to split their day-night doubleheader. Placido Polanco had a double, triple and two RBIs and Chase […]
After looking lifeless in game 1′s 7-1 loss, the bats came out aggressive in the night cap, knocking in 5 runs in the 2nd, and 2 in the 5th, in a 7-4 win over the Marlins. Both Placido Polanco […]
Phillies starting pitcher Roy Oswalt threw 6 1/3 shutout innings. Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino led off the 1st and 2nd with solo homeruns, and Chase Utley found his swing, going 3 for 5, with […]