From: ng_reader on 24 Jul 2010 14:40
Halladay had 117 pitches in his 8 innings pitched
Day game alert.....
From: Steven M. O'Neill on 24 Jul 2010 15:19
ng_reader <wilgrow_co(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>Halladay had 117 pitches in his 8 innings pitched
>Day game alert.....
Phils are on Fox, but this being NYC, we are stuck with the
Today's pitching matchup does not look favorable, but
they still have to play it. Maybe that Greg Gross will whip 'em
Steven O'Neill steveo(a)panix.com
Brooklyn, NY http://www.panix.com/~steveo
From: ng_reader on 24 Jul 2010 16:12
On 7/24/2010 3:19 PM, Steven M. O'Neill wrote:
> ng_reader<wilgrow_co(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Halladay had 117 pitches in his 8 innings pitched
>> Atlanta lost.
>> Day game alert.....
> Phils are on Fox, but this being NYC, we are stuck with the
> Today's pitching matchup does not look favorable, but
> they still have to play it. Maybe that Greg Gross will whip 'em
> into shape.
I guess Chollie put on his "Executive" cap and decided to find a scapegoat.
All things considered, might have been his only move.
As for you, yep, hope it works...
And, I'd like to add, I *think* GG was a better hitter than Uncle Milty.
But, maybe I don't remember so clearly.
From: Rich on 24 Jul 2010 18:54
10-2 Phils in the top of the 8th today.
They knocked Jimenez right out of the game today, although Jimenez sure
did help with the 5 or so walks he had in 2+ innings.
As bad as this team has hit, they're still within striking distance.
If they can score like this consistently, they have a shot.
From: Robert Harrison on 24 Jul 2010 19:31
On Sat, 24 Jul 2010 17:54:26 -0500, Rich wrote:
And give credit to KK, too. A little shaky in the 7th, but he held on.
66 games to play and only 6 against the Braves. Of course if the Phils
win those 6 and the 2 teams have identical records otherwise, the Phils
win the division by half a game.
Glass still half full Rob