• May 27, 2022

Notes From The Phillies’ 6-0 Loss To Washington

Philadelphia Phillies v St. Louis CardinalsThe Philadelphia Phillies lost their third straight game on Sunday Night, falling to the Washington Nationals 6-0. Their record drops to 52-65.

  • It was another rough outing for Kyle Kendrick. Kendrick lasted just 4.1 innings, allowing six runs on 11 hits and two walks.
  • Kendrick has a 5.62 ERA in his last 10 starts.
  • Stephen Strasburg dominated the Philadelphia lineup, tossing a complete game shutout and allowing just four hits.
  • Kevin Frandsen started at first base and had two of the team’s hits.
  • Domonic Brown went 1-2 with a walk.
  • The rest of team went a combined 1-25 with the only hit belonging to Jimmy Rollins.
  • Justin De Fratus pitched 1.2 scoreless innings.
  • Jake Diekman worked through the seventh.
  • Jonathan Papelbon came out to get some work in during the eighth.

Final Thoughts

Have a look at some of the horrible statistics that John Finger of CSNPhilly.com dug up regarding the Phillies since the All-Star break.

This is the fourth time in seven series that the Phillies’ have been swept.

Its the team’s 11th straight road loss.

They’re now 19.5 games behind the Braves for first place, and only 7.5 ahead of the Marlins for last place.

This Phillies situation is only getting worse by the day.




Denny Basens

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  • 45 Games left with a likely finish of going
    20-25 or worse, to make the Phil’s finish with a
    72-90 Overall Record for the 2013 Season..

  • The absolute worst moment was when Eric Kratz fumbled a throw from Ruf at the plate to let a run score THEN had his head up his ass and allowed the follow up runner to sneak I’m with another run, dropping the ball again on the tag play at the plate.
    Manuel pulled Kratz after that, thankfully.

  • Ran into a buzz saw yesterday.

    In other news Franco 3-5 with a GS yesterday in Reading.

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