Aug 092011
 
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Roy Halladay picked up his 15th win against Dodgers

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Phils hold off late charge from Dodgers in victory

August 9 CSN Philly columnist: Jim Salisbury

There was some very cool theater in the Phillies’ 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night, a couple of very interesting reactions from two of the most powerful men in baseball.  The bullpen performances of Antonio Bastardo and Ryan Madson prompted the reactions from Roy Halladay and Scott Boras, respectively.  Halladay left a three-run lead in Bastardo’s hands with one out and two men on base in the seventh inning.

Halladay, Phillies hold on for 5-3 victory

August 9 L.A. Daily News

A three-run deficit is neither insurmountable nor improbable. But the Dodgers made it look impossible against the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.  Roy Halladay pitched 6 1/3 innings and gave up just one run in the Phillies’ 5-3 victory in front of an announced crowd of 35,380 at Dodger Stadium.  The Phillies improved to 35 games above .500 while the Dodgers fell 10 games under and sit near the bottom of the National League West standings.

Silent Victorino not happy to get only suspension

August 9 CSN Philly

Shane Victorino isn’t commenting on the three-game suspension he received for his part in Friday night’s bench-clearing incident in San Francisco.  “I’m not talking about it,” he said in a snappy tone after the ruling was handed down by Major League Baseball on Monday afternoon.  A person close to Victorino said the Phillies centerfielder was not happy that he was the only player to receive a suspension. Teammate Placido Polanco, Giants pitcher Ramon Ramirez and Giants catcher Eli Whiteside were all fined undisclosed sums.

Phillies, Red Sox and Yankees cement status as game’s titans

August 9 SI.com columnist Tom Verducci

The past four World Series champions — Red Sox, Phillies, Yankees and Giants — staged an unofficial tournament of their own last weekend: Philadelphia at San Francisco and New York at Boston. Here’s what we learned from the weekend’s tournament of champions in which the Red Sox took two of three from the Yankees and the Phillies beat the Giants three out of four:  1. I’ll take the Big Three, you can have The Field.  Remember when the Orioles were the early flavor of the month in April by starting 6-1?

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