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PHILADELPHIA - Cliff Lee, it turns out, is a human being. Lee is a terrific pitcher, but that's flesh and bone...
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After last night’s 11-6 win, the Phillies took the series lead over the Cardinals, 1-0. Roy Halladay threw 8 strong innings, allowing just 3 hits, and a 3-run home run to Lance Berkman in the first inning. Halladay held the Cardinals to a tee throughout the rest of the game, allowing just one ball hit out of the infield, that ball coming in the 8th inning. Halladay earned...
Starting pitchers are perhaps the biggest factor in whether a team succeeds in the postseason. For that reason, some of the most detailed scouting reports are compiled on these opposing starters. Here’s a look at what playoff opponents will see from Phillies' lefty, Cliff Lee.
That is the question many are pondering on the heels of Cliff Lee's rough outing in Game 2 of the NLDS, which resulted in the St. Louis Cardinals evening the series at 1.
After dominating his way through all three rounds in the 2009 playoffs — before his Philadelphia Phillies ultimately fell to New York Yankees — and again dominating through the ALDS and ALCS rounds as...
Staked to a 4-0 lead, Cliff Lee couldn't hold down the Cardinals. Albert Pujols had a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh inning and St. Louis beat Philadelphia 5-4 to even the NLDS.
Cliff Lee has lost his October touch.
Phillies starter Cliff Lee took full responsibility for the Phillies 5-4 loss after he gave up a four-run lead. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins said the fans didn't help in the NLDS Game 2 loss.Phillies.com/MLB.com
St. Louis Cardinals (0-1) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (1-0)Chris Carpenter, RHP (11-9, 3.45) vs. Cliff Lee, LHP (17-8, 2.40)Time: 8:37, Citizens Bank Park TV: TBS Weather: Cloudy, 50 Media: Twitter and FacebookThe Philadelphia Phillies fell to an early deficit in the first game of the National League Division Series, but one swing of that bat changed everything. Ryan Howard...
Albert Pujols’ RBI single in the seventh inning gave the Cardinals the lead for good.Cliff Lee gave up five runs on 12 hits in six innings, striking out nine.Recap forthcoming…
PHILADELPHIA – After Charlie Manuel finally gave in and trotted out to get his starting pitcher, Cliff Lee handed his manager the ball and dashed off the field in typical fashion.