National League East Standings
Team
W
L
PCT
GB
Philadelphia
102
60
.630
--
Atlanta
89
73
.549
13.0
Washington
80
81
.497
21.5
New York
77
85
.475
25.0
Florida
72
90
.444
30.0
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Team
W
L
PCT
GB
St. Louis
90
72
.556
--
Atlanta
89
73
.549
1.0
San Francisco
86
76
.531
4.0
Los Angeles
82
79
.509
7.5
Washington
80
81
.497
9.5
Cincinnati
79
83
.488
11.0
New York
77
85
.475
13.0
Colorado
73
89
.451
17.0
Florida
72
90
.444
18.0
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Can the Phillies Win Without A Reliable Closer?

Posted by: Kevin

It's a situation that comes up in at least 30% of a team's regular season games, but a player's performance during this time must be near perfect every time he steps on the mound. The player must exude confidence and back it up with searing heaters and tricky changeups. The save situation may seem like the most contrived stat in baseball, but in today's game the performance of a team's closer and decide many ballgames including crucial postseason games.

The Phillies know the importance of the closer. It led them to a World Series in 2008, but the same one also held them back in 2009. When you look at the numbers, I'm amazed the Phillies even made it to the World Series last year. Brad Lidge blew 9 out of his 42 save opportunities last year, and his fill-in Ryan Madson coughed up a worse 6 out of 16. The division figures to be more competitive this year so an inconsistent closer might actually prevent the Phillies from coming out on top this year.

Starting the year on the DL is already an ominous sign for the type of season we can expect from Brad Lidge. Now Ryan Madson will try to start the season by proving that he not just a setup man. As great as Madson was in the 8th inning last year, I never really felt comfortable when Charlie Manuel called on him during the playoffs. Despite some missteps, the Madson/Lidge tandem still pulled it off, but I can't help but worry that this year, their inconsistencies will catch up to them.

Brad Lidge is 33 and on the downside of his career, while Madson, 29 is nearing the end of his prime. If they both start the year out well, there will be no question the Phillies success. Should they struggle, it becomes less clear about what the Phillies options are. There's no one waiting in the wings to take Lidge's place because the Phillies felt confident enough in Lidge to not sign a potential 2nd option. If only the Phillies were able to keep Chan Ho Park... he had the stuff to be a great temporary closer, as long as it was only for an inning. But without that option, I guess the only thing the Phillies can hope for is a slightly better performances from Madson/Lidge this year. It will go a long way to determining the success of the Phillies season.

4/2/2010 5:43:13 PM
Joe Blanton Starts the Season on the DL

Posted by: Kevin

A left oblique strain will force Joe Blanton to miss the first 3-6 weeks of the season. Blanton joins Brad Lidge and JC Romero on the DL, both important members of the Phillies bullpen. The Phillies projected Blanton to be the #3 starter after Roy Halladay and Cole Hamels. Instead, Kyle Kendrick will take Blanton's spot in the rotation.

Kendrick was 0-1 with a 1.66 ERA in 21 innings as he battled Jamie Moyer for the 5th spot. He would have won that spot had Jamie Moyer not responded with a solid spring (2-0 1.53 ERA in 17 innings).

4/1/2010 4:40:24 PM
Phillies Open The Season Next Week

Posted by: Kevin

This is no April Fool's joke. I will really attempt to cover the Phillies 2010 season. My style will stay largely unchanged, but in the interest of reviving this page, there will hopefully be more commentary and less summarizing of Phillies games. We'll see how it goes!

For starters, I added the Phillies 2010 schedule on the right side of the page. I'm excited for the new season start. If the Phillies stay healthy and the as long as the Phillies bullpen situation isn't a disaster, we should be favorites to win the NL East again.

4/1/2010 2:02:24 PM
A Lasting Image...

Posted by: Kevin

They finally did it! The Phillies worked so hard this year and have won earned their first World Series Championship in 28 years! Congratulations to the 2008 Phillies team, to Charlie Manuel, the Phillies Front Office and especially the long-suffering fans who have stuck with the Phillies through all the bad times.

MVP = Cole Hamels

10/30/2008 10:14:19 PM
Bust Out the Champagne!

Posted by: Kevin

The Phillies are finally returning to the World Series after 15 years! It's a huge victory for a city that has been beaten down by its sport teams in the past 25 years. Who would've thought that the Phillies would be the team to try for a World Championship after all the opportunities that the Eagles, Flyers, and Sixers have had since the Phillies last try in 1993?

Since 1993, the Phillies have been frowned upon as the city's worst team and it showed in the Phillies attendance during the regular seasons. It wasn't until the opening of Citizens Bank Park that the culture began to change. Jimmy Rollins and Pat Burrell joined the team in 2000 and Utley, Howard, and Hamels would join several years later. Back before Utley, Howard, and Hamels, Burrell and Rollins were part of a losing team that seemed hopelessly destined for mediocrity as long as they were members of the team. Pat Burrell received most of the criticism.

But 5 years later, the new core set in and Rollins stepped up into a leadership role and has sinced carried the team as the clubhouse leader. And now in 2008, the Phillies are finally living up to expectations.

10/16/2008 2:16:18 PM
Dramatic Home Runs Put Phillies One Win Away From the World Series!

Posted by: Kevin

I woke up this morning, turned on my Sling box and saw to my disappointment that the Phillies were trailing 5-3 in the Bottom of the 7th. But it was still a close a game and the Phillies have made a living this year by coming back late in games. And that's exactly what I experienced in the top of the 8th when Shane Victorino lined Cory Wade's pitch over the right field wall. Victorino has been one of the Phillies top performers in the postseason, recording his 10th and 11th RBIs and both were critical to the Phillies journey towards the World Series.

After Carlos Ruiz got on and Joe Torre made the pitching change, I saw Matt Stairs walk to the plate and I just had this feeling that he was gonna do something good. Four pitches later Stairs launched Broxton's 3-1 pitch halfway up the right field bleachers! It's amazing to see the Phillies actually get some hits when it counts because the culture for the past decade had been their tendency to choke in big moments.

Well, the Phillies had their chance to choke in the bottom of the 8th, but ultimately handled that well enough to preserve the win. What does this win mean? It means the Phillies get 3 chances to play themselves into the World Series. Their best chance will come Wednesday when Cole Hamels pitches. Let's try to put this one away quickly!

10/14/2008 03:57:00 AM
Phillies Advance to Face the Dodgers!

Posted by: Kevin

It's been tough. The Phillies finally won a playoff series and it just happens to be the year where I'm working abroad in India, where the primary sport is cricket. Watching Phillies games takes a lot of work. I've tried on my Slingbox, but the internet connection here is spotty (I'm barely holding onto this connection as it is). But regardless, I'll offer some observations from afar.

I am really happy that Jimmy Rollins, Pat Burrell and Brett Myers are enjoying the experience of playing on a winning team. Not that last year wasn't great... but that ended just a fast as the Cubs's drop out of the playoffs this year.

This year, Phillies fans can savor the victories longer and hope still remains that the Phillies can reach the World Series. They face a tough Dodgers team, but if the Phillies can continue to pitch well, they can definitely make it a competitive series.

I'm also glad that we're gonna be part of a longer series. 5-game series in my opinion are way too short. As long as the Phillies aren't down 3-0 in the series, there's still hope of a comeback in 7-game series. Hopefully it won't come to that.

10/7/2008 04:14:29 AM
Phillies Win First Playoff Game in 15 Years

Posted by: Kevin

Interesting how a playoff win can revive the hopes of a city that hasn't tasted a championship in over 25 years. The Phillies got one step closer by posted their first playoff win in 15 years (the failed World Series year). The Phillies tried last year with no luck, but this year it looks like they're not facing a streaking team like the Rockies. Of course, Cole Hamels can make any team look like they're in a slump.

Hamels started the Phillies off right this year by tossing 8 dominate innings. The first game of the 5-game series wasn't an offensive spectacle as playoff games tend to be. Despite the Phillies being an offensive team, they're gonna need more Hamels-type performances from Myers and Moyer. Myers re-discovered his form in the second half and Moyer has been consistent all year.

Meanwhile, Brad Lidge almost blew his perfect save record in a playoff game. I'm sure Lidge remembers his playoff years with his time as an Astro, where he basically self-destructed. Let's hope he's over that now.

 

10/1/2008 02:56:55 AM
Without Wagner, Mets Blow 3 Run Lead

Posted by: Kevin

New York fumbled away a great opportunity to claim first place in the NL East race. Instead, after a Philadelphia 6-run rally in the top of the 9th inning, New York will again be looking up at their NL East rival. What happened?

The answer seems simple. Johan Santana wasn't pitching anymore and Billy Wagner was still recovering from his bruised shoulder. Wagner's been leaky himself in 9th innings this year, but even the greatest Phillies optimist would be pessimistic at the Phillies chances against Wagner. But then again, Duaner Sanchez should have finished the job.

So again, the Phillies triumph over the Mets! There's been a huge buildup toward this series given the tightness in the standings. And guess who was thrown into the fire: newly acquired Phillie Joe Blanton. Blanton wasn't exactly impressive, but he's not a flashy pitcher. He may have given up 5 runs, but he was able to work through 6 innings. I think that's all the Phillies are asking of Blanton so far.

Charlie Manuel used the same lineup as the last time the Phillies faced Santana; Utley hitting second, followed by Burrell and Howard. Again, the results were mixed; Santana went 8 innings allowing only 2 runs. But hey! Only 4 K's, that's pretty good for our offense.

7/22/2008 11:04:43 PM
Phillies Inch Ahead of Mets; Eaton Bullpen Bound

Posted by: Kevin

How has the acquisition of Joe Blanton affected the staff? It's affecting Adam Eaton right now as he is no longer a starting pitcher for the Phillies. Eaton will spend his forseeable future as a long reliever in the bullpen. Just maybe it has something to do with his 5.71 ERA. Althougth don't get too excited. He might be getting replace by Eaton Jr. Take a look:

Adam Eaton:
Year IP Record ERA H SO
2007 161.2 10-10 6.29 192 97
2008 104.0 3-8 5.71 124 56

Joe Blanton:
Year IP Record ERA H SO
2007 230 14-10 3.95 240 140
2008 127.0 5-12 4.96 145 62

2008 is eerily similar, but 2007 shows promise for Blanton. There's also talk of Blanton acting as the team's #2 or 3 starter. Let's get real, he's a 4 at best.

Jamie Moyer Continues to Impress

Moyer might have had an advantage tonight since we was facing a young Marlins team that lacks a little plate discipline. But we shouldn't discount how Moyer continues to consistently keep the Phillies in ballgames. Tonight, he pitched his usual game and lately, it's usually been successful.

Dan Uggla might still be smarting from the show he put on at the All-Star game. He handled the first two groundballs of the game without a problem, but he struggled at the plate going 0-4 including an inning ending double play with the bases loaded in the 6th inning.

After taking the loss in Tuesday night's All-Star game, Brad Lidge showed no lingering effects as he successfully saved tonight's ballgame, making him 21 for 21.

7/18/2008 11:44:20 PM
Phillies Upgrade Rotation

Posted by: Kevin

The Phillies have just acquired right-handed pitcher Joe Blanton from the Oakland Athletics for three prospects. The Phillies gave up 2nd baseman Adrian Cardenas, pitcher Josh Outman and outfielder Matthew Spencer. In return the Phillies got a pitcher that kinda reminds me of Adam Eaton, at least only for this year. Looking at his numbers for this year, he sports an unimpressive 5-12 record with a 4.96 ERA.

He is obviously underachieving this year and it looks like A's GM Billy Beane decided it was time to unload the 27-year old like they did with Rich Harden. In years past, Blanton has been one of Oakland's more reliable pitchers...if he's not given the responsibility to carry a rotation like he was asked to do in Oakland this year. With the Phillies, Blanton will likely replace either Brett Myers or perhaps Adam Eaton, depending on how well Myers rebounds from his Triple-A demotion.

Blanton is a pitcher that relies getting the batter to put the ball in play. He's not a big strikeout pitcher and he is a workhorse pitcher who will eat up innings. When he gets in a groove, he can easily pitch 8 innings with no problems and is usually reliable for at least 6 innings, a huge plus for the Phillies bullpen.

If Blanton returns to his 2007 form (230 IP 14-10, 3.95 ERA) he should be a decent addition to the Phillies staff. But should he fail, Phillies fans will be quick to remind Phillies management of the talent we gave up for him and the $3.7 million dollar salary that they are paying him.

7/17/2008 00:41:47 AM
Playing With Fire

Posted by: Kevin

Ever since Bud Selig made the All Star Game count as a result of the game he was forced to end in a tie in 2002, I have been waiting for a similar situation to occur that would test the way managers use their players in the game. In a game worthy of several Phillies tickets, players made spectacular players and others faltered (yes, I'm talking about you Uggla and Navarro). Play after play occurred to the point where it seemed the All-star game would never end. Unfortunately for baseball executives and coaches, the game turned out to be a nail biter... in a bad way.

After implementing the home-field advantage rule and expanding the rosters, Selig believed managers would keep the starters out there longer, and maybe save some pitchers in case of a tie. After the rule was implemented, that sorta happened. Position players were still being replaced in the 5th and 6th innings, supporting the notion that managers cared more about letting every play rather than appeasing the fans that voted in the starters by keeping them out longer.

During the last 3-4 innings of last night's All-Star game, I couldn't help but noticeable lack of the "stars" deciding the game. A-rod, Jeter, Ichiro, and Manny Ramirez on the AL; Pujols, Utley, Hanley Ramirez, and Matt Holliday on the NL side. Instead we were treated to bench players, even if they are really good bench players.

The pitchers were a different story, at least for the NL side. Carrying 12 pitchers should be more than enough for an 18 inning baseball game, but not with the way All-Star managers continue to use the pitchers. Again, they're trying to please the players and the fans by trying to play everybody and in a game that counts, that strategy can turn ugly as it almost did last night.

AL manager Terry Francona used his starter for 2 innings, but then he used 4 of his next pitchers (all normally starters) for 1-inning apiece. Then of course, the next 4 relievers combined for 3.1 innings until near the end, Francona was forced to use each of his relievers for more than 1 innings, a feat designed for starting pitchers. At least Clint Hurdle was in a better situation. He had the sense to use 3 of his starters for 2 innings each before using up his relievers. He did it with a short staff too. The NL was short Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum who was in the hospital due to flu-like symptoms. Actually the Giants probably dodged a bullet. They got lucky that they're prized young pitcher was sick. Then they wouldn't have to see him try to gut out an inning at the end of the game the way Kazmir and Webb had to (Lincecum pitched last Sunday too). I'm sure the Tampa Bay front office wasn't very appreciative.

What if the last play had been called an out? It was sure close enough. Throughout the night, a number of scenarios that ran through my head on the event of a that game would last forever. I thought a likely scenario might have been a forced tie, but it would have expose the home-field advantage rule and the negative publicity would have been overwhelming. Another possibility was using position players to pitch and to DH the pitcher, which would have been fun(ny) to see, but in the same token would have denigrated the meaning of the game and the significance of deciding home field advantage in the World Series. What if the game was in an NL park? Another frightening possibility was Bud Selig authorizing a modification of the rule that disallows players to re-enter a game. perhaps to pitch. It probably makes the least sense out of all the scenarios, but it's not as bad as my last possible scenario. Call the game a tie and decide home-field advantage with a coin flip.

It will be interesting to see how future All-Star games play out. Since games are usually low-scoring, the possibility always exists for extra inning games. At least this time the managers were able to stretch it out to 15 innings, but still disaster looms with th current model in place. Expand the pitching rosters? What other solutions could solve the All-Star game problem?

7/16/2008 12:24:43 AM
Myers Completes Downfall, Shipped to Triple A

Posted by: Kevin

It was one of the options, just not the option I thought the Phillies would take. The Phillies sent Opening Day starter Brett Myers to Triple A, a potentially devastating move to weakening the Phillies starting rotation.

I have to believe Myers's problems this year have a lot to do with his move to the bullpen last year. Being the closer totally changed his approach to pitching and he is arguably better suited to being in the closer's role. But Brett came up as a starter and we all believed that starting was in his blood, enough so that the Phillies went out and signed Brad Lidge.

Lidge has been a smashing success, but Myers has been the complete opposite. His struggles show that it isn't easy returning as a starting pitcher after a season in the bullpen, although John Smoltz sure made it look easy.

With the Opening Day starter in the minors, who's going to fill the void? If Myers finds himself again, the Phillies will certainly welcome him back to the rotation in about a month. But as it looks now, the Phillies will probably have to search for talent in the trade market.

7/1/2008 6:51:13 PM
Shakeup Leads to More of the Same

Posted by: Kevin

Looks like Charlie Manuel agreed with just about everyone's assessment of the Phillies: They need some offense. Until they start producing, that's all we're gonna talk about. Manuel shook up the lineup yesterday in the Phillies 4-0 win against Oakland, only to see it falter today with another shutout. I like the idea of Utley hitting second an Burrell hitting third as a temporary solution. But only as a temporary one because Utley belongs in the 3 spot where he can drive home more runs.

Why did the lineup work on Wednesday but not Thursday? Because Kyle Kendrick pitched on Wednesday and Adam Eaton Thursday. The Phillies won on Wednesday due to an excellent performance by Kendrick. Eaton did decently, but he got punished since he had the audacity to not pitch a shutout for the entire game. I almost feel sorry for Eaton because he did pretty good today, but all we'll remember about the game is the L he got because the offense wasn't able to make a dent against Rich Harden.

Harden's actually got a great arm, so I'm willing to give the Phillies a pass on this one. But Texas is another story.

6/26/2008 11:47:43 PM
Phillies Need to Ignite their Bats in Oakland

Posted by: Kevin

During the Phillies current 6-game losing streak, the Phils have outputted 0, 4, 1, 2, 2, and 2 runs respectively, a total of 11 in 6 games. Very uncharacteristic of this team that usually wins by scoring lots of runs. Jamie Moyer was doing great over 6 innings yesterday, but he never got the run support. A stellar performance turned into a loss after a bad 7th inning.

Tonight, the Phillies Kyle Kendrick faces off with lefty Greg Smith (4-5 3.51 ERA). Oakland isn't a hitter friendly ballpark, but the Phillies must find a way score some runs. Despite the losing streak, the Phillies are still 6 games over .500 and somehow hold a 1 game lead over Florida. It shows how hot the Phillies were at the beginning of the month.

6/25/2008 9:40:38 PM
Eaton, Phillies Continue Slide

Posted by: Kevin

It was an ugly day for Adam Eaton. Eaton got the first two outs of the game easy enough, but he couldn't put the inning away, yielding a double to Garret Anderson and a home run to Vladimir Guerrero. You can't put the blame squarely on Eaton and to his credit, he did manage to pitch himself out of the first inning giving up only the two runs. Technically, the Phillies were still in the game. That's where the recent offensive drought has proved killer lately.

In previous games when a starter gives up a run or two early in the game, the Phillies offense would always have an answer. They don't necessarily have to catch up to the other team, just a run would be enough to instill confidence back into the players. But today, the Phillies failed again.

Shane Victorino did his part with a single and a stolen base. Victorino ended up at third with one out and Chase Utley up. The leading vote getter for the All-Star game is usually money in this situation, except when he's not. And that's been happening a lot lately. Utley still has not managed to break out of his slump and despite the denials otherwise, this slump is one of the main reasons the Phillies are on this losing streak. By the way, Utley struck out in the first inning and finished the day 0-3 with 1 RBI.

Of course, Ervin Santana was dealing today, so it wasn't all Utley's fault. The Phillies offense managed just 2 hits today. Not quite enough to counter a 17 hit attack from the Angels.

Eaton wasn't actually doing to bad until the 6th inning where he pretty much ran out of gas. That's been an issue with him this year and it has inflated his numbers much like crude oil prices have inflated gas prices.

The Phillies starting pitching is weak except for Hamels. The Phillies get away with it with our offense, but soon enough it will catch up to them. Which is why the Phillies should be looking to acquire a solid starting pitcher near the trade deadline. Let's face it, do you really have confidence that our "ace" is gonna do well tomorrow?

6/20/2008 11:35:51 PM
PhilliesFanPage.com Coverage Continues

Posted by: Kevin

After a long hiatus that began near the end of the Phillies 2007 playoff loss to Colorado I am returning to cover the remainder of the 2008 Phillies season and hopefully future seasons to come. I was not able to cover the first half due to time constraints but I should be able to fully invest my time into this page now that my schedule has cleared up.

Some returning visitors will notice the new layout I created over the past couple of weeks. There isn't anything dramatically different that I need to point out except that I have simplified the interface and dropped several pages that I never updated over the years. Okay, that's a slight exaggeration. I may have updated them once or twice, but now I don't have to worry about them and they didn't add much to the site anyways.

There you have it. I'm hoping that I will be able to update this page a reasonable number of times and I'm sure this place will be busy near the trade deadline as rumors about who's on the trading block and who's about to become a Phillie will be on the minds of many. I have been following the Phillies first half and I am excited by what I see. We finally have a steady third baseman. Utley, Howard, and Burrell are performing well and our bullpen's been pretty solid. But what's wrong with Brett Myers? Is he the Barry Zito of the Phillies? At least he makes less money.

6/18/2008 02:16:42 AM
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