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Gameday 76: Marlins at Phillies

Posted by Amanda Orr, Thu, June 26, 2014 06:50 PM | Comments: 17
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Miami Marlins (39-39) at Philadelphia Phillies (35-42)

Starting Pitchers:
MIA: Tom Koehler (5-6, 3.74)
vs.
PHI: Cole Hamels (2-4, 2.76)

Time:  7:05 at Citizens Bank Park
TV: CSN
Weather: Mostly Cloudy, 84
Media: Twitter and Facebook

A Note for Tonight: The Phillies need a win tonight in order to split the series.  Cole Hamels looks to continue his hot streak. During this month of June, Hamels has an ERA of 0.73.

Lineup: Revere CF/ Rollins SS/ Utley 2B/ Howard 1B/ Byrd RF/ Asche 3B/ Ruiz C/ Mayberry LF/ Hamels

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  • Posts: 0 PaMikeyDC

    I’m Canada and on my way to France for 9 days…really hoping that I can connect to Wifi and see the results of all the games.

    My wife hates it when we go away and I still check Phillies scores. #truefan

     
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    I was late but heard Howard has 2 infield hits. Is that true? Is it even possible?

     
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    That’s why you hustle down the line, good job Jimmy. Not Hamels best game but glad he won’t take the loss.

     
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    In thinking about this I wonder if they shouldn’t have let whiff as Cesar just did. Then you don’t burn a pitcher in what could be a long night.It’s easy to second guess but Papelbon only threw 10 pitches.

     
    • Posts: 0 lefty

      “Papelbon whiff as Cesar just did”

       
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    Just read that Utley hasn’t had a walk off hit in 7 years. Hard to believe Harry.

     
    • Posts: 0 Double Trouble Del

      Not only has he not have a hit, I’ve become so accustomed to his ineptitude in the later innings that I don’t expect him to come through. I actually have more confidence in Howard although he disappointed just now as did Asche who is having a fairly poor night at the plate.

       
      • Posts: 0 Double Trouble Del

        Not only DOES he not have a hit (not has).

         
      • Posts: 5233 Lefty

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        You were saying? Between the two of us we willed the final result!

         
      • Posts: 0 Double Trouble Del

        Blew that call. Nice win nonetheless .

         
      • Posts: 0 schmenkman

        Utley does perfectly fine in the late innings:

        since 2010: Overall: .806 OPS; Innings 7-on: .800 OPS
        since 2013: Overall: .816 OPS; Innings 7-on: .848 OPS

        I guess it’s just that we tend to expect even more from him.

         
      • Posts: 5233 Lefty

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        Schmenk. your numbers are correct, but it is true it’s been 6 years since the last walk-off. I’m not saying that many players get more than one or two in their careers anyway, but it just surprised me when I read it.

         
      • Posts: 0 schmenkman

        Almost 8 years since the last walk-off HR, specifically, in late 2006. He did have a walk-off walk on August 23rd last year.

        But I was responding to DTD’s comment about Utley’s “ineptitude” in the later innings, which is off the mark IMO.

         
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    Another nice baserunnng job by Rollins

     
  • Posts: 0 lefty

    Choooch seems to get hit every game now.

     
  • Posts: 0 Hogey's Role

    How’s that for an utley walk off!!!!!!!!

    Go phillies!!!!
    Go chase!!!

    You are the man!!!

     
  • Posts: 0 Andrew from waldorf

    Winner winner

    Chicken dinner

    Chase Utley is the man!!!!!!!!!!!

     
 
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