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The Philadelphia Phillies, who are 8-10, are scheduled to play their 21st game of the season Wednesday at Los Angeles.
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The Phillies' Cliff Lee is the potential prime candidate on the starting pitcher trade market should the Yankees turn there after the injury to righty Ivan Nova.
It is time for a pop quiz! When the Philadelphia Phillies were swept by the Milwaukee Brewers, what was the main reason they lost? Anyone who has watched the Phillies the past few years knows that C is the obvious answer to this question.
Mike Schmidt hit the 500th home run of his great career 27 years ago today, Cliff Lee is cornering the market on odd games, and more... Small sample warning: it's very early, and any stretch of this few games at any point in a season is liable to include crazy, fluky, unsustainable numbers.
The fifth-inning play at second base - Atlanta shortstop Andrelton Simmons scrambling after oversliding the bag on a stolen-base attempt, Jimmy Rollins applying the tag - was close enough Thursday for Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg to take a slow walk.
Saves have varying degrees of difficulty, and this one, considering all the circumstances, was the equivalent of a reverse three-and-half somersault with one-and-a-half twists off a three-meter springboard.
How has Cliff Lee pitched so far this year? Well, depends what you like to look at.
For the second straight game, the Phillies received a top-notch performance from their starting pitcher.
Braves 1, Phillies 0 : Cliff Lee 's last start of 2013 came against the Braves. He pitched eight innings, allowed one solo homer but otherwise struck out 13 and looked invincible.
COLE HAMELS will make what is likely his final minor league tuneup tonight in Clearwater, Fla., against the Lakeland Flying Tigers.
Cliff Lee had a solid outing for the Phillies Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park .
IF YOU'D LIKE to take a random sampling of what goes through the mind of a Phillies fan on a night when a game is rained out, turn to Twitter.
B.J. Rosenberg retreated early Tuesday morning to his South Jersey residence, turned on the TV, and flipped to A&E.
One day after the Phillies' bullpen allowed seven runs on four homers in the final two innings Monday night, the task now becomes finding a way to rebound against the high-powered Braves.