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courtesy of sportsmockery.com Ben Revere made an unbelievable catch Monday night taking away a for sure double from David Ortiz. In the process, Revere ran to the deepest part of Fenway Park right smack into the metal garage at full speed. He was able to hold onto the baseball; but was grimacing and grabbing his left elbow in sever pain. Take a look. Revere was checked out by the trainer and lucky for him he dodged a bullet as x-rays came back negative. He will be dealing with some soreness and he will be day-to-day. Follow us on Twitter LeRoy McConnell III@kcmac38 Follow us on Twitter @rbts_baseball The post Ben Revere Sacrafices His Body For A Great Catch appeared first on Reading Between The Seams.
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He remained in the game, but Ben Revere's catch up against the wall in the fourth inning of last night's contest was frightening. Revere tracked down a blast off the bat of David Ortiz, made the catch, but slammed into the wall. His elbow caught into the fencing of the Fenway Park wall just right and sent Revere to the ground in a heap. He was in obvious pain but...
Cliff Lee is good. The Phillies? Not so much.
While it remains to be seen whether Philadelphia will be a buyer or a seller at this year’s trade deadline, Cliff Lee is sure to be a name floating around in rumors until the Phils decide. That means that every outing the left-hander has is more or less an audition for any prospective teams looking for a piece to help their rotation...
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Cole Hamels was charged with four earned runs allowed in a five-run seventh inning for the Nationals. Two struggling aces took the mound in a Sunday afternoon affair between two division foes. For six innings, the aces put on a show. There were strikeouts aplenty, weakly hit outs and the...
Philadelphia Phillies (24-27) at Boston Red Sox (32-20)
Cliff Lee (5-2, 2.48) vs. Ryan Dempster (2-5, 4.69)
TIME: 7:05, Fenway Park
TV: Comcast Sportsnet
Weather: 60s, partly cloudy
Media: Twitter and Facebook
If he truly is dealing with a knee issue, then why isn’t Ryan Howard the DH tonight? The lineup remains the same as in the opener of the series, when the Red Sox trounced...
The last time Jonathan Papelbon walked off the mound for the Red Sox, Boston had just completed the worst collapse in team history. Less than three months later, Papelbon, the Sox all-time saves leader, walked out of Fenway for good, signing a four-year, $50 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Before last night’s game Papelbon was back...
Cliff Lee pitched eight innings of four-hit ball and Jonathan
Papelbon earned his first save at Fenway Park as a Red Sox opponent
on Tuesday night, leading the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-1
victory over Boston., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/lee-gem-papelbon-save-sink-bosox
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Picture by Richard Wilkins Jr. Ryan Howard's gonna have to play through knee pain this season. Lovely. Since, you know, he's been so good. He doesn't strike out entirely too much, insist on trying to pull everything, and can play great defense. That's just the news the Phillies needed to...
Tyler Cloyd, a lifelong Boston Red Sox fan, always wanted to see a game at Fenway Park.
His ninth career major league start will come there Monday night when he takes the ball for the Philadelphia Phillies.
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The Phillies (24-26) failed...
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Last night Mike Zagurski became the latest Phucco, pitching a scoreless inning for the Pirates. This is a cause for celebration on this blog, because the Phillies sure as hell aren't giving us anything to work with. For those of you that can't remember, Zig-Zags was a hefty lefty that pitched with the Phils from 2007-2011. He became known as "Fat Mike" Zagurski...
First Pitch: Wednesday 7:05, Thursday 7:05
Arms: Wednesday: John Lackey, RHP (3-4, 2.72 ERA) vs. Kyle Kendrick, RHP (4-3, 3.29 ERA)
Thursday: Jon Lester, LHP (6-1, 3.34 ERA) vs. Jonathan Pettibone, RHP (3-0, 3.21 ERA)
Yard: Citizens Bank Park Watch it: NESN Hear it: WEEI
Today's ballgame inspired me to finally write what's been brewing in my head all season about your 2013 Philadelphia Phillies. Little mini rants would come into my head with every awful loss but they'd salvage some of my optimism with some good games here and there. Before it sounds like...