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Phillies Falter Against Reds


Kendrick rope.jpgIt was another bad night for Kyle Kendrick.  Against the Reds, Kendrick pitched 6 1/3 innings while allowing 5 earned runs on 8 hits, including a 2-run homer to ex-Phillie Scott Rolen.  Chase Utley committed an error at the start of the 6th inning which gave Kendrick a little extra rope to hang himself with. 

Kendrick still seems to have trouble buckling down and making pitches after something bad happens, like an error that puts the opposing team’s pitcher on base.  No pitcher is happy when this occurs, but the good ones do not let it bother them and proceed to work out of the mess.  Some days, Kendrick looks sure of himself on the mound; and other days, he looks out of place.  But the Phillies have few other options with JA Happ still not recovering well from his injury.

Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto is similar to Kendrick in the consistency department.  He will have a few really bad games, then some really good ones.  Unfortunately for the Phils, tonight Cueto had a good game and the offense sputtered against him.  Phillies batters had a few opportunities to pounce on Cueto, but they came up short each time, going only 2 for 7 with runners in scoring position.  In all, they left 4 men on base and had 8 hits.

Utley got tossed out trying to stretch a single into a double and both Raul Ibanez and Brian Schneider hit into double plays.  Although on replay, Ibanez should have been called safe.  Ryan Howard had 2 hits in the game, including a triple, and he scored one of only two runs in the game for the Phillies.  Ibanez hit a solo homer in the 9th with two outs.

The bullpen did not help out either; David Herndon gave up a hit which allowed one of Kendrick’s base runners to score and in the 8th inning, Mike Zagurski allowed a run on one hit and a walk.  In all, it was an evening to forget as the Phillies lost by a score of 7-2.

In injury news, Placido Polanco did not play again today after getting another cortisone injection in his sore elbow on Sunday.  He may play tomorrow but it looks like this will be an on-going issue for the rest of the season.  Polanco will play through the pain and possibly have surgery in the off-season.  That makes one wonder how productive he will be the rest of the year, but all we can do is wait and see.  But a slightly banged up Polanco is probably better that leaving Wilson Valdez at third all year.

I have also just heard that Utley was pulled in the 9th inning because he hurt his thumb sliding into 2nd base.  He will have an MRI tomorrow…cross your fingers.

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Chase Utley    Ryan Howard    Raul Ibanez    Placido Polanco

Carlos Ruiz    Jayson Werth    Shane Victorino    Jimmy Rollins

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Photo by Jenn Zambri Photography

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Utley Goes Inside The Park To Help Phils Win

The Phillies got behind early against the Reds last night who scored 3 runs in the 2nd inning, but Chase Utley was not giving up so soon.  In the 3rd, Utley hit a ball which bounced off the centerfield wall as he rounded the bases; Utley was so fast that he scored standing and the Reds did not even bother throwing home.  Here are a few shots from that home run:Utley inside park.jpg

After that, back-to-back doubles from Ryan Howard and Jayson Werth brought the Phillies within a run.  Werth also hit a solo homer, the over-the-wall kind, in the 6th; it was his 4th consecutive game with a home run and his 20th of the season.  In fact, that home run made history for the Phillies; they are the first National League team ever to have 4 players with 20 home runs before the half way point of the season.

Jamie Moyer struggled last night, but the offense picked him up and even got him the win with a final score of 9-6.  Moyer pitched 5 innings and allowed 6 runs on 8 hits and a walk.  Chan Ho Park was amazing through 3 innings of relief pitching and did not surrender any hits.  Park has really found his groove in the pen and triumphed over his disappointment about not starting.  He appears so happy and relaxed that on Wednesday, he danced around the field with a “Vote Victorino” sign and then last night, I watched during batting practice as he played catch with a bunch of kids in the stands for a good 5 minutes.  Park has really found a home here in Philly and, more importantly, in the bullpen.

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Pitching Search Heats Up

Rumors abound that the Phillies are close to a deal with former Met, Pedro Martinez.  Many teams have scouted Pedro, but none have shown any interest.  Martinez returned to the Mets in 2008 after a hamstring injury and was simply not the same pitcher after that.  No one picked him up in 2009 so he continues to try to prove he can still pitch.  In my opinion, this guy is done and the Phillies need not take out the trash.  But if you follow the Phillies, you know that they have a penchant for doing just that.  It is the trash to treasure mentality.  Sometimes it works out (ie: Scott Eyre) and sometimes, it is a disaster (ie: Freddie Garcia…the 10 million dollar disaster).  To me, Martinez is a disaster waiting to happen.  He is almost 38 years old, appears unable to recover from injury and has a long history of mental issues.  Not to mention, can every other team in major league baseball who has passed on him be wrong?  It is a scary thought.

All-Star Update

Phillies fans united this week and voted Shane Victorino into the All-Star game!  Victorino thanked the fans last night as he waved to the crowd during warm-ups.   He will join teammates Utley, Ibanez and Howard in St. Louis for his first All-Star experience.  Congratulations to Shane!!!!!

And as always, here is a Photo Album from last night’s game.  I did not have great seats, so these are not as fun as the ones I usually post, but it is a different perspective :O)

And finally, I would like to dedicate this blog to the memory one of my best friends, Fuzz the cat, who had watched Phillies games with me for the last 15 years.  He was a big fan as well and I will miss him very much :O(Fuzz.jpg

Photos by Jenn

 

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Victorino’s Final All-Star Bid With Walk-Off Win

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Tonight the Phillies faced the Reds in game 3 of this 4-game series and drama ensued.  Homer Bailey started the game for the Reds and true to his name, gave up a homer to Jayson Werth in the 6th inning, Werth’s 19th of the season.  What a horrible name for a pitcher…Homer.  Poor guy.  But for most of the game, he was very good and kept the Phillies hitters off balance.

The home plate umpire, Ron Kulpa, created a lot of controversy with his rather large strike zone; 20 strikeout’s were recorded in the game and 14 of those batters went down looking.  And so the game remained very tight throughout.

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The Phillies entered the 9th inning with a 2-2 tie and needed a hero to nail this one down.  With 2 outs and 2 on, The Flyin’ Hawaiian, Shane Victorino, stepped to the plate and solidified his campaign for an All-Star roster spot.  Shane singled into centerfield and Pedro Feliz scored to win the game, 3-2!
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Rules of Engagement

One of the more entertaining aspects of tonight’s game, as I mentioned earlier, was watching the Reds hitters argue and scream and cuss at the home plate umpire, Ron Kulpa.  To sum it up, basically every pitch was bound to be called a strike.  But he called it the same way for both side.  Yet, no less than 3 Reds players got right up in his face and yelled about strike calls.  It makes you wonder, why were none of these players thrown out of the game?  Not that I like watching guys get tossed, but how much grief is any umpire supposed to take?  Granted, this was one of the worst umpiring jobs I have seen in a long time, but the Phillies maintained controlled and did not try to rip his head off like the Reds did.  In fact, it is a rule that no one is allowed to argue balls and strikes (Official baseball rules section 9.02(a)).  After the first or second player, the ump needs to start ejecting guys.  Just sayin’…

Pitching Possibilities

Rodrigo Lopez did a great job through 5 innings tonight, but was removed from the game early with right shoulder inflammation.  That is certainly not good news.  However, maybe the push to get a quality starting pitcher like Roy Halladay of the Jays will reach a new level with the possibility of Lopez no longer being available. 

The Phillies front office has been insistent that certain minor league prospects are “untouchable” but frankly, that attitude will not get them far when competing with other teams who are more flexible.  Understanding the value of prospects in the farm system, teams need also be reminded of the value of winning, and winning right now.  With the Phillies core players in place, coming off a World Championship, the window of opportunity to win it again will likely only remain open for a few years.  So, if they need to give up 2-3 big prospects to get another ring, it seems like a fair trade off.

If the Phillies can get a #1 starter like Halladay, they would be foolish to let him go to another team.  Last year, they did miss out on CC Sabathia and even Manny Ramirez, and yes, they still won it all.  But the 2009 team has run into pitching trouble after losing Brett Myers, who was a big part of the World Series win.  The bullpen has been overworked and their production is way down from 2008.  This is a different team; the Phillies need a big starter if they are to have a shot at repeating.

Keep Voting!

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The clock is ticking!  Shane Victorino has a chance to go to the All-Star game in St. Louis but he needs our help!  Gizmo the Chinchilla has been typing away all day long, but his little paws are getting tired.  Won’t you please help him out?  You can
VOTE as many times as you are able to!  Humans and rodents alike have until tomorrow at 4pm to get Shane in! 

Photo by Jenn

 

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Full Reversal

As is usually the case the day after a team scores big, the following day, runs are difficult to come by.  Yesterday, the Phillies gave the Reds a 22-1 spanking.  Today, they left 12 men on base, including leaving the bases loaded with no outs in the 3rd.  All those squandered opportunities came back to bite them as they lost the game, 3-4.

P4190940 JHapp.jpgJA Happ pitched another very good game and should have gotten the win.  Happ pitched 7 innings and allowed 3 runs on 6 hits and did not walk anyone.  But the rest of the team did him no favors.  They got hits and ran the bases, but it looked like there was a brick wall in front of home plate for much of the game because no one could manage to score.

After jumping out to an early 2-0 lead on back-to back homers by Ryan Howard and Jayson Werth, the offense sputtered.  And with the game tied at 3-3 in the 9th, Charlie Manuel made the mistake (again) of sending in Brad Lidge to pitch in a non-save situation.  Of course, Lidge gave up the lead and the Phillies entered the bottom half of the inning down 3-4.  And in keeping with the theme of the evening, the Phils got a base runner in the 9th, but failed to score again.  So, although the Phillies out hit the Reds 10-8, they still lost the game.  A frustrating loss…very frustrating.

The Phillies have 2 more games against the Reds to try to find the bats from last night’s win.  Game time tomorrow is 7:05pm.

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The clock is ticking!  Shane Victorino has a chance to go to the All-Star game in St. Louis but he needs our help!  Shane is one of 5 candidates to fill the final roster spot which will be voted on by the fans.  You can VOTE as many times as you are able to!  No more 25x limit…we have until Thursday at 4pm to get him in!  VOTE FOR SHANE!

Photo by Jenn

 

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10 Run 1st Inning Propels Phillies To Big Win

Stop rubbing your eyes; yes, the Phillies scored ten runs in the first inning of the ballgame tonight against the Reds.  Pitcher Johnny Cueto was responsible for 9 of those.  The ten run inning tied a franchise record for the Phillies, making the 4th time in history it had been done.  The last time was 6/2/02 against the Expos.

spa_massage_masthead.jpgAnd the brutality did not end there; the smokin’ hot offense burned Reds pitching for a total of 22 runs on 21 hits.  While the Reds felt like they were walking in bare feet over hot coals all night, the Phillies players enjoyed the equivalent of a relaxing day at the spa, complete with a soothing foot rub and a Frangipani scalp massage.  Ahhhhh….this is the life.

Here is just a sampling of tonight’s treats:

Chase Utley: 3 for 3 with 4 RBI and a 3-run homer = Aromatherapy European Facial


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Shane Victorino
: 4 for 5, 4 RBI and a 2-run homer = Mineral Seaweed Body Wrap (plus a trip to the All-Star game??)

Greg Dobbs: 4 for 6 and 2 RBI on a homer = Deep Tissue Massage

Jimmy Rollins: 3 for 4, 1 RBI, 2 walks and a revival of his season = Manicure & Pedicure

Jayson Werth:  GRAND SLAM, 2 hits, 5 RBI = Honey Papaya Scrub & Hot Stone Massage

Cole Hamels: 7 innings pitched, 1 run allowed, 2 for 4 and 2 RBI at the plate = Chakra Crystal Healing

REDS Pitching – Full Body Wax…ouch!

All-Star Update

Ryan Howard will participate in the Home Run Derby for the Phillies!  In 2006, Howard won the event and in 2009, he will try it again.  But this time, he will be in his home town of St. Louis.  Good luck, Ryan!

The Phillies centerfielder, Shane Victorino, also has a chance to go to St. Louis.  He is one of 5 candidates to fill the final roster spot which will be voted on by the fans.  You can VOTE as many times as you are able to!  No more 25x limit…so, go for it!  VOTE FOR SHANE! 

Dobbs photo by Jenn

Spa photo: manchestergrand.hyatt.com

 

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Phillies Sweep The Mets & Send 3 To All-Star Game

After a horrific month of June, the Mets proved to be the cure for what has been ailing the Phillies.  Even the great Johan Santana could not hold them down today.  With little offense on either side, a pitching duel erupted and Joe Blanton emerged the victor.  In perhaps his best outing of the year, Blanton nailed down 7 1/3 scoreless innings of 4-hit ball.  Santana was not too shabby either; he allowed only 3 hits.  But 2 of those hits won the ballgame for the Phillies.  Jimmy Rollins led the game off with a home run and later, in the 6th inning, Chase Utley went deep to give the team a 2-0 lead, which was the final score.  There were some spectacular defensive plays as well, which added to the drama.  Overall, it was a very entertaining game for both teams.

Also noteworthy, Carlos Ruiz did start the game after a suspicious absence the last few games.  I had speculated that he may have been possible trade bait, but he is still with us :O)  Maybe Charlie Manuel was just giving him an extra long rest?  That remains to be seen…

Here are a few photos from the game:070509a.jpg

Cuteness Abounds!

Before the game, the Phillies hosted their annual Father-Child wiffle ball game which can only be described as adorable!  Little ones scattered the field, running amuck while their parents chased them around the bases.  We have some awfully good-looking families in the Phillies organization.  Take a deep breath; the cute is about to get out of control; (top to bottom, left to right) Ibanez Family; Greg Dobbs & daughter; Brad Lidge & baby; The Romero Family; Chad Durbin & son; Chan Ho Park’s baby:

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All-Star Roster

Also announced today, the Phillies will send at least 3 players to the All-Star game in St. Louis; Chase Utley and Raul Ibanez were voted in as starters and Ryan Howard, as chosen by Manuel, will be a reserve, along with 3 other very deserving 1st basemen (Pujols, Fielder, A. Gonzalez)!  Nice to see Charlie did not worry about positions as much as who deserved to be there.  That is not usually the case with most managers who are chosen to pick players.

The Phillies centerfielder, Shane Victorino, also has a chance to go to St. Louis.  He is one of 5 candidates to fill the final roster spot which will be voted on by the fans.  Victorino is batting .300 with 5 homers, 35 RBI and 13 stolen bases so far this year.  His defense has been outstanding as well.  Please VOTE FOR SHANE!  He deserves to be there!

Tomorrow, the Phillies begin a 4-game series with the Reds and Cole Hamels will attempt to put the spring back in his step.  Game time is 7:05pm.

Here is the full Photo Album from today’s game and also the Father-Child game which includes the photos above and many more!  Enjoy!

Photos by Jenn

 

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Phillies Clean-Up In Cincy

After a non-existent offense last night, the Phillies cleaned up their act today and scored big in a 12-5 win over the Reds to cap off the series win.  Raul Ibanez continued his All-Star bid by whacking home run #15 and now has 40 RBI on the year, which leads the league. 


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cleaned-up as well, swiping stolen base #300 for his career.  Rollins has woken up of late and brought his batting average up .034 points to .234 since the start of the Nationals series last week.  He had 4 hits today alone.  And Chase Utley is still on tear; he was just a triple short of the cycle today with 3 hits and 4 RBI.

4 home runs in the game helped, including homers from Utley, Ibanez, Ryan Howard and Greg Dobbs, getting a rare start.  Dobbs had a base running blunder early in the game when he was picked off 1st base as he somehow mistook the first baseman’s ankle for the base.  Whoops!  But all was forgiven when he nailed the solo shot in the 3rd.

Joe Blanton pitched well for 4 innings, but fell apart in the 5th and gave up 5 runs.  If he could just duplicate the first 4 innings for say 6 or 7 innings, that would be great.  Obviously, he still has work to do, but those 4 innings were a step in the right direction.  The bullpen, including Chan Ho Park in his first Phillies relief appearance since losing the starting job, held down the Reds for 4 more innings.  Park was a bit shaky and had 2 base runners, but he settled in and got out of the jam.  Everyone is hoping he can turn his season around by given the Phillies some solid innings out of the pen.

It is now on to New York to face the Yankees for a 3-game Memorial Day weekend series.  Tomorrow night, Brett Myers will face AJ Burnett in what should be quite a showdown with the run the Yankees have been on lately.  The Phillies have won 6 of their last 7 games and the Yanks are on an 8-game win streak.  Add a brand new stadium into the mix and this should be a good one.  My 2 favorite teams going at it – always a treat!

And as usual, here is your link to keep VOTING for your Phillies All-Stars!  VOTE up to 25 times per day, per email address!  Don’t forget Utley, Ibanez and Howard!  And hey, if Rollins keeps this up, we can sneak him in there too :O)

 

Thumbnail image for DSCF1733 Jenn.jpgAnd one last reminder, please vote for me, #8 (Jenn, with 2 n’s), inJane Heller’s of Confessions of a She-Fan contest to see who the biggest fan is!  You can vote until Friday at midnight.  Gizmo the chinchilla and Tony the cat are #1 fans too!

 

Utley Photo by Jenn

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Win Streak Down The Toilet

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The Phillies lost the game tonight after 5 wins in a row, but at least Jamie Moyer had a quality start.  He did give up 3 runs, but went 6 innings and this was a huge improvement over his last several outings.  And although Moyer kept them in the game, the offense did not score and Chad Durbin gave up another 2 runs in the 7th inning.  That was pretty much the nail in the coffin.

The only score of the day for the Phillies was a solo home run by Raul Ibanez, his 14th of the year.  But while Ibanez continues to hit consistently, the rest of the line-up took a nap today.

Since this game was a tad depressing, here is some comic relief:  According to the New York Post, a Mets fan got her hand stuck in a toilet bowl at Citi Field on Tuesday.  Perhaps she thought David Wright was down there?  Either way, there would be plenty of flushing in Flushing that day.  No one is sure how long she was left screaming for mercy before the plumber arrived to “relieve” her, but the action drew a crowd of curious fans around the bathroom. 

As it turns out, the Mets fan had dropped her gold tooth into the toilet and reached in to try to recover it.  Seriously?  Would you ever actually put that thing back in your mouth after it had been in a public toilet?  All I can say is, it was a Mets fan. :O)

So tomorrow afternoon, the Phillies will try to get a series win against the Reds.  Game time is 12:35pm and Joe Blanton will pitch; he will also try not to totally suck like he did the last time out!  Fingers crossed…

So, here is your daily reminder to keep VOTING for your Phillies All-Stars!  VOTE up to 25 times per day, per email address!  And please, avoid putting any limbs into toilet bowls…consider that my public service announcement for the day.

 

Photo by Jenn

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Lidge Saves A Nail Biter

Brad Lidge allowed 2 base runners with only 1 out in the bottom of the 9th in a 4-3 game tonight; just as Phillies fans everywhere were ready to throw in the towel again, Lidge buckled down and got the next 2 batters out to save the game.  Whew!  Does he have to make every save a tummy-turner?  Oh well, at least he got the job done.

Cole Hamels did his job too; 6 innings pitched and 3 runs allowed.  Not super, but good enough to win the game.  And the offense only had 7 hits in the game, including a Ryan Howard solo home run, but it was also enough to win the game.  They faced a very tough pitcher, so we will take it.

And while Hamels is our pitching Angel, Chan Ho Park has been the Devil.hamels park.jpgAfter Spring Training, many thought JA Happ should have been given the 5th starters spot, but instead, the Phillies went with Park.  That turned out to be a big mistake as Park limped through April and the first part of May with a lousy 7.08 ERA.  The Phils finally came to their senses and sent him to the pen where he belongs.  Happ will take over the 5th spot starting this Saturday against the Yankees.  Talk about a trial by fire…this poor kid has to be shaking in his boots.  He finally gets the job he deserves and now he has to face A-Rod and Jeter.  We wish him luck!

The series with the Reds will continue tomorrow at 7:10pm.  And keep VOTING for your All-Stars!  Utley, Ibanez, Howard, Werth…get them to St. Louis!  VOTE up to 25 times per day, per email address!

Photos by Jenn

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Nats Cure What Ails The Phillies

Well, they cured the offensive woes anyway.  The Phillies completed a 4-game sweep of the Nationals this afternoon with an 8-6 win and Brad Lidge threw only 2 pitches to get the save.  The starting pitching, however, still has BIG issues, not the least of which is Chan Ho Park.  You know how I hate to repeat myself, but I have been wondering if Park’s last 2 good outings were a fluke; a result of the pressure on him to keep his job.  Once the pressure was seemingly off him today because of those 2 good games, he went right back to stinking up the joint.

Park could have been pulled after one inning, where he gave up 3 runs to the lowly Nationals.  But Charlie Manuel sent him out for a 2nd inning; Park got 1 out and then proceeded to load the bases and walk a run in.  So, that was that.  1 1/3 innings is the official line with 5 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks.  Jack Taschner added the 5th run when he came in on relief and hit the next batter, sending another run home.  Something needs to be done with Park.  It is clear now that, as I suspected, he only pitches well when threatened with losing his job.  We need a starter who is self-motivated.

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The good news amidst all the starting pitching hoopla is that the offense found their bats in this series against the Nats.  Jimmy Rollins had 7 hits in this series and is slowly digging out of an early offensive hole.  Raul Ibanez continues to impress; he had 9 hits and 3 home runs in the last 4 games!  And Pedro Feliz had 7 hits in the series.  Everyone is contributing, and things are beginning to look up.

A few other pitching notes for the series:  P3046225 Carpenter.jpgAndrew Carpenter came up from AA for the day yesterday to pitch the 2nd game of the doubleheader and got the job done.  He gave up 5 runs in 4 1/3 innings, but he gave them the innings they needed and the offense, plus a rain-shortened night, gave the Phils the 7-5 win.  Carpenter went back to AA and Sergio Escalona, 24, was called in to replace him.  Escalona, in his major league debut today, pitched one scoreless inning and earned the win.  Congrats to the rookies!

The Phillies will take tomorrow off and then begin a 3 game series in Cincinnati, continuing the long road trip.  Who will be starting for the Phillies?  Nothing is written in stone right now.  Jamie Moyer had his schedules Tuesday start pushed back to Wednesday; Joe Blanton has been terrible; and I think we all know how Park is doing.  A lot of decisions are going to have to be made soon.

While we wait to see what happens, VOTE for the Phillies and send them to the All-Star game!  VOTE 25 times per day, per email address!

Photos by Jenn

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