Last nights game was horrible. It was painful to see Halladay pitching against us and it was painful to do it in front of the people in Philadelphia. Oh and by the way Philly, Mocking Canadian culture during a series that was gifted to you for 3 extra home games? Low. Not that I would expect anything less. I don't have anything else to say about last night, nothing went right and it was a horrible game.
Taking the mound today looking to get us back on track is Shaun Marcum. Opposing him will be Cole Hamels taking the mound for Philly. Hopefully Shaun can go deep for us, and I want nothing more then for us to pound Hamels into the ground. Granted that is easier said then done as Hamels is a very good pitcher.
|2010 - Shaun Marcum||6-3||15||15||0||0||0||0||97.1||88||38||35||9||23||75||3.24||1.14|
|2010 - Cole Hamels||6-5||14||14||0||0||0||0||86.1||84||39||36||15||29||85||3.75||1.31|
Not a thing changes for our lineup. Lind and Hill still down in the 5 and 6 spots with Gonzalez and Bautista 2nd and 3rd.
Sorry for such a short post. Lots of stuff going on today and I am most likely going to miss most of the game. Series info and lineups after the jump.
Phillies lead the series 1-0
|Fri 06/25|| WP: Roy Halladay (9 - 6) |
LP: Jesse Litsch (0 - 2)
|0 - 9 loss|
|Sun 06/27||1:35 PM EDT|
06/26/10 4:05 PM EDT
|Philadelphia Phillies||Toronto Blue Jays|
|Jimmy Rollins - SS||Fred Lewis - LF|
|Shane Victorino - CF||Alex Gonzalez - SS|
|Chase Utley - 2B||Jose Bautista - RF|
|Ryan Howard - DH||Vernon Wells - CF|
|Jayson Werth - RF||Adam Lind - DH|
|Raul Ibanez - LF||Aaron Hill - 2B|
|Ross Gload - 1B||Lyle Overbay - 1B|
|Brian Schneider - C||John Buck - C|
|Juan Castro - 3B||Jarrett Hoffpauir - 3B|
Keep it Civil and Go Jays Go
Today's title comes from The Prestiege