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The Miami Marlins fell to the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday by a score of 7-1 as Josh Johnson had one of the worst starts of his career. The loss dropped the Marlins to 2-4 on the year and came in a game that was expected to be a pitchers duel with Roy Halladay starting for the Phillies. Joey Cora managed the team in the first of five games that Ozzie Guillen will miss due to his suspension.
Johnson allowed six runs on eleven hits in three and two third innings to fall to 0-2. It took 83 pitches for the Marlins’ ace to get those eleven outs and he was unable to make it out of the fourth inning. Johnson who is known for his strikeout ability only tallied one K in the game and was not able to fool any of the Philadelphia batters. Chad Gaudin saw his first action of the season going two and a third scoreless innings in which he struck out two. Ryan Webb pitched the final two innings allowing a run on a solo homerun by Carlos Ruiz.
In the first inning, the Marlins ma...
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The Phils explodes for seven runs in support of a five-hit effort by their ace Roy Halladay, as they defeated the Marlins, 7-1.
The Marlins took the lead in the second as, with a runner on third, and with one man out, Josh Johnson hits an RBI ground out, 4-3, knocking in Omar Infante, who had earlier doubled, then moved up to third base on John Buck’s fly out to right, giving...
Phillies' All Star 2nd Baseman Chase Utley is still in Arizona rehabbing his knees. He will remain there until at least April 23rd.
The Phillies found some offense last night, nearly matching their total run output of their first 4 games with a 7-run outburst. It keyed the Phillies to a 7-1 victory over their division rival Florida Marlins, and improved them to 2-3 on the season...
Philadelphia Phillies (2-3) vs. Miami Marlins (2-4)Joe Blanton (0-1, 13.50) vs. Mark Buehrle (0-1, 4.50)Time: 7:05 PM, Citizens Bank Park TV: CSN, MLBN Weather: Cloudy, Low 50′s Media: Twitter and FacebookIt’s another cool and cloudy night at Citizens Bank Park tonight, as Joe Blanton takes the mound for the Phils in the rubber match of the first three game series of the...
The Miami Marlins suspended manager Ozzie Guillen on Tuesday for five games for comments he made about Cuban leader Fidel Castro that appeared in a Time magazine article."I respect Fidel Castro," Guillen said in the article. "You know why? A lot of people have wanted to kill Fidel Castro for the last 60 years, but that [expletive] is still here."The Venezuelan...
He is placed in an unenviable position, filling in for a player deemed one of the top second basemen in the league and a perennial all-star when healthy. Sure, expectations are low, or at least reserved for a minor league prospect under this type of situation. Hold down the fort in the field and the team will make do with whatever happens at the plate. Hey, if he can get on base...
Andy Martino of the Daily News may have opened up a can of worms this morning with a couple of quotes in which he matter of factly states the following:
As the Daily News reported in February, the Mets hope that Wright will justify another multi-year commitment, and remain the face of their franchise for years. The team’s outlook on Wright differs dramatically from their view...
In light of his comments about Fidel Castro (of which opinions have varied about how disgusting they were, but all falling on that side of the spectrum), the Miami Marlins have suspended manager Ozzie Guillen for five games, effective starting with tomorrow's game against the Phillies. Guillen will miss the remaining two games against the Phillies, along with the first full series...
The official fallout from Ozzie Guillen’s expression of love for former Cuban President Fidel Castro has begun.
The Miami Marlins have suspended Guillen for five games, without pay.
That may not be good enough, though. Fans and members of the Latino community in Miami are calling for him to be fired.
Here is the controversial excerpt from the TIME Magazine interview...
The start of the 2012 season has not gone well for the Phillies. And that is putting it nicely. Losing 3 out of the first 4 games with the ugliest one coming Monday afternoon at the Home Opener has many people worried about this team.
It could just be a slow start…or it may be a glimpse of the future Phillies. Let us all hope it is just a slow start.
The Phillies offense wasted...
Roy Halladay threw seven sharp innings and the Philadelphia Phillies broke out of their offensive slump, beating the Marlins 7-1 on Wednesday night in Miami's first game without suspended manager Ozzie Guillen.
A once-potent offense that's missing Chase Utley and Ryan Howard struggled in the first four games, scoring eight runs total. But they rocked Marlins ace Josh Johnson...
Shane Victorino and Ty Wigginton homered, Joe Blanton pitched seven strong innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat Miami 3-1 on Thursday night in the Marlins' second game without suspended manager Ozzie Guillen.
Blanton (1-1) allowed three hits and a run in his first start following an injured-plagued season. Blanton had two lengthy stints on the disabled list and pitched...
Galvis with the dagger. (AP)Oh, the difference a day off makes.Heading into Wednesday night’s game against Josh Johnson and the Miami Marlins, it appeared a pitchers duel was shaping up with Roy Halladay on the bump for the Phillies. But in this crazy game of baseball, your luck can change just that quick.During the first four games of the season, the Phillies managed to put...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Roy Halladay threw seven sharp innings and the Philadelphia Phillies broke out of their offensive slump, beating the Marlins 7-1 on Wednesday night in Miami’s first game without suspended manager Ozzie Guillen.
A once-potent offense that’s missing Chase Utley and Ryan Howard struggled in the first four games, scoring eight runs total. But they rocked Marlins...
The Philadelphia Phillies have announced today that they will sign veteran outfielder Pat Burrell to a one day Minor League deal so he can retire as a Phillie. Back in November, we learned that his career was likely over.
Burrell, 35, is a career .253/.361/.472 hitter with 292 HR's, 976 RBI's and a 116 OPS+ in 5,503 AB's throughout 12 years in the Majors with the Phillies...