Oct 292010
 
Moyer, Dobbs, Hoover become Philly free agents

October 29 Philadelphia Inquirer: “Jamie Moyer, Greg Dobbs, and Paul Hoover were removed from the Phillies‘ 40-man roster on Thursday. All three chose to become free agents. Dobbs‘ move is the most noteworthy. The 32-year-old utility infielder was eligible for arbitration, and the Phillies could have offered him a contract. Instead, they took him off [More…]

Jul 302010
 
Moyer's season is over, but he says not his career

July 30 Philadelphia Daily News “Jamie Moyer admits his 2010 season is pretty much over. But if you think he is calling it a career, you haven’t paid attention to his first 24 seasons in the big leagues. A visit to renowned surgeon Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles on Wednesday confirmed what the veteran [More…]

Jul 222010
 
Kendrick to pitch Saturday, Happ pitching Sunday, Moyer to the DL

by Justin Adkins Per Todd Zolecki, Kyle Kendrick will be called up from the minors to pitch this Saturday, which was his regularly scheduled spot before he was demoted Tuesday. In addition, JA Happ will pitch Sunday.  Happ has been in AAA-Lehigh Valley since coming off the disabled list with a forearm injury. Jamie Moyer [More…]

Jul 212010
 
Major move? With Moyer hurt, team ponders trade

July 21 Philadelphia Inquirer “Ruben Amaro Jr. wore one of those patented smug looks on his face before Tuesday’s game. The Phillies general manager had just demoted his fifth starter, Kyle Kendrick, without listing a replacement in the rotation for him. “I think we know exactly what we’re going to do,” Amaro said. “I just [More…]

Phillies’ losses mount

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Jul 212010
 
Phillies' losses mount

July 21 Camden Courier-Post “The door to the office of Phillies manager Charlie Manuel was closed for more than 30 minutes after the game as Manuel, general manager Ruben Amaro and pitching coach Rich Dubee discussed how to adapt after Jamie Moyer left the game with a strained left elbow. Manuel said Moyer will most [More…]

Jul 202010
 
Phillies' Jamie Moyer leaves game with elbow strain

by Justin Adkins Jamie Moyer had to leave Tuesday night’s game (in progress) due to an injury to his left elbow.  As of now, it is being termed a strain. Recently called up right-hander Drew Carpenter entered the game to take Moyer’s place. Moyer allowed two 2-out singles in the first, and then in the [More…]