Sunday’s game was a beautiful end to a sweep of the
Washington Nationals. Lee achieved
his first win at CBP since September 2011, and gave up only one run (Werth brought home by Moore) in seven
innings pitched. The game was
started up with Frandsens base hit, followed by Lee’s double to take the lead.
J Roll helped his team stay on top with a two run homer into right field. The
Phil’s stayed hot for the remainder of the game and won to sweep the Nationals
in the final game of the series.
Tonight at 7:05, the Phillies will face off against division
rivals The Mets at Citizens Bank Park.
(4.06 ERA, 6-9) hopes to start things right for the Phil’s. He is
following up a solid rebound game last time out against the Reds. He did, however,
take the loss, but in his six innings pitched, he only allowed two runs. It wasn’t his most impressive game, but
after three straight starts were he didn’t last longer than five innings, it
was an improvement.