Phillies sweep Reds in NLDS

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Oct 112010
 
Phillies sweep Reds in NLDS

October 11 Philadelphia Daily News: CINCINNATI — The Phillies survived and thrived through the Cliff Lee fiasco because Roy Halladay won 21 games this season and because Roy Oswalt was better than J.A. Happ would have been down the stretch. But would it have mattered if Colbert Richard Hamels repeated 2009 this season and not [More…]

Oct 102010
 
Crow's Nest: The Trail of Two Teams, pt 1

By Barry Jeffrey Jr., After a dominating Game 1 no hitter thrown by uncrowned Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay, the Phillies and the Reds squared off for a second game last evening. It was a return match featuring a 17 Game winner Bronson Arroyo for the young Reds VS a former Cy Young Award [More…]

Hamels fires first to end the series

 Posted by at 3:36 pm
Oct 102010
 
Hamels fires first to end the series

October 10 Wilmington News Journal: “Down two games to none in the best-of-five series, the Reds will need to beat each of the Phillies‘ three aces in succession to keep their season alive. The first obstacle in the Reds’ quixotic quest will be Cole Hamels, who takes the mound in Game 3 tonight in an [More…]

Oct 092010
 
Phillies Runaround - October 9, 2010

October 9: Snippets of Phillies news stories from across the web… Star-crossed Reds fumble big opportunity October 9 Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Phil Sheridan “If the question was how the Cincinnati Reds would handle the bright lights of the postseason, now we have the answer. The lights along the third-base upper deck may have won Game [More…]

Oct 092010
 
Phillies flatten sloppy Reds in Game 2

October 9 Philadelphia Inquirer: “When the ball was released from Aroldis Chapman’s hand, it was traveling at 100.9 m.p.h. Chase Utley had watched the previous two pitches by the flamethrowing rookie Cuban righthander go past for strikes. But this one was headed right for him. When it crossed the plate, the ball was moving at [More…]