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Video: Tim Lincecum to Ryan Howard “You Stay There!!!”
Tim Lincecum is always video-worthy. Thursday night in Game 5 of the NLCS the San Francisco Giants’ ace shows some emotion after he got Philadelphia Phillies pinch-hitter Ross Gload to line into a double play to end the seventh inning and keep Jimmy Rollins at third base … Continue reading
Throwin’ Heat! Phillies + Giants NLCS: The Perfect Pitching Rotation
The San Francisco Giants’ comeback victory in Game 4 against the Atlanta Braves to clinch the NLDS preserved a dream pitching match-up as well as the overall rotation for the NLCS against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Giants will send Tim Lincecum, who … Continue reading
Cole Hamels Doused in Champagne after he Completes Phillies Sweep of Reds
Cole Hamels pitched a masterful game Sunday as the Philadelphia Phillies swept the Cincinnati Reds in three games. Hamels threw a complete game, striking out 9, while only giving up five hits. The Reds were shutout, 2-0, the second in … Continue reading
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Video: Doc Does it Again! Roy Halladay Throws No Hitter in 1st Playoff Appearance; Phillies Shutout Reds 4-0
Toldya this morning that Roy Halladay was going raise up to the pressure! And, boy he did! The Philadelphia Phillies right-hander threw a no-hitter in his first post-season appearance. It’s only the second postseason no hitter in MLB history. In dazzling … Continue reading
Will Roy Halladay’s 1st Playoff Appearance Lead Phillies to Party like it’s 2008? Victorino Video
Outfielder Shane Victorino is confident that ace Philadelphia Phillies starter Roy Halladay will respond to the heat of the playoffs. It’s hard to believe, but, after 13 seasons in the majors, Halladay makes his first playoff appearance Wednesday in the NLDS against the … Continue reading
Posted in Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Playoffs, Starting Pitchers, Toronto Blue Jays Tagged 2009 World Series, Baseball, Cincinnati Reds, Cliff Lee, New York Yankees, NLDS, Philadelphia Phillies, Playoffs, Roy Halladay, Shane Victorino, Toronto Blue Jays Leave a comment
Phillies’ Power Trio! Team Announces NLDS Pitching Rotation
Will more champagne pour for the Philadelphia Phillies? Well, they are lining up their big guns for their next opponent. Friday, Phillies announced their rotation for the National League Division Series, which begins Wednesday, Oct. 7 at Citizens Bank Park: Game 1: Roy … Continue reading
It’s Another Halladay as Phillies Win Fourth Straight Division Title
The Philadelphia Phillies notched their fourth straight National League East Division title in a resounding way Monday with an 8-0 whitewashing of the Washington Nationals. Ace right-hander Roy Halladay was masterful again while picking up his 21st win, fourth shutout and ninth … Continue reading
Wainwright Shuts Down Cubs for 20th W
They are hanging the Big Blue ‘L’ flag at Wrigley Field Friday afternoon after Adam Wainwright pitched six innings solid inning for his 20th victory in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 7-1 win over the Chicago Cubs. Waino joins the New York Yankees’ CC … Continue reading
Posted in Chicago Cubs, Florida Marlins, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Pitching, St. Louis Cardinals, Starting Pitchers Tagged Adam Wainwright, CC Sabathia, Chicago Cubs, Major League Baseball, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Pitchers, Roy Halladay, St. Louis Cardinals, Wrigley Field Leave a comment
Roy Halladay: The Road Warrior
Roy Halladay is a big part of the Philadelphia Phillies 2010 playoff run. Friday night the big righthander earned his 18th W, in the Phillies 8-4 victory of those pesky, underachieving New York Mets. By going 7 2/3 innings in Citi Field, Halladay notched his … Continue reading