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  • Sweep

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  • Win series

    4 57.14%
  • Split

    2 28.57%
  • Lose series

    0 0%
  • Get swept

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    Philadelphia Phillies (8-10) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (12-7)

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    Philadelphia Phillies (8-10) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (12-7)

    Dodger Stadium



    Game 1. Monday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA

    Paul Maholm

    12.2 IP | 4.97 ERA | 5.92 FIP | 73 ERA+


    From his years with the Pirates, Maholm is successfully familiar with the Phillies, going 5-3 against them lifetime. He's coming off a quality start in San Francisco and pitching on a normal five-day cycle.
    vs.

    Cliff Lee

    27.0 IP | 4.00 ERA | 2.19 FIP | 94 ERA+


    Lee would like more run support after suffering the loss despite allowing one run and striking out 13 in a complete-game Wednesday against the Braves. He is the only pitcher in baseball history to lose two games like that.
    Game 2. Tuesday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA

    Hyun-Jin Ryu

    28.0 IP | 1.93 ERA | 2.23 FIP | 184 ERA+


    Ryu fired seven scoreless innings in San Francisco. The guy doesn't know what a slump is, having never gone more than two consecutive starts without a quality start.
    vs.

    A. J. Burnett

    23.0 IP | 2.74 ERA | 4.69 FIP | 138 ERA +


    To compensate for pitching with an inguinal hernia, Burnett shortened his stride by about six inches. He responded with seven shutout innings, scattering three singles and walking two while striking out five.
    Game 3. Wednesday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA

    Zack Greinke

    22.1 IP | 2.42 ERA | 3.93 FIP | 148 ERA+


    He's giving up more solo homers than last year, but Greinke also is on a run of 16 straight starts of at least five innings allowing no more than two runs. He's 10-1 during the roll.
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    Cole Hamels

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    It is not official yet, but Hamels is expected to make his 2014 debut against the Dodgers. He opened the season on the disabled list as he recovered from inflammation in his left shoulder.
    Game 4. Thursday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA

    Dan Haren

    25.0 IP | 2.16 ERA | 2.88 FIP | 165 ERA+


    Now that he's becoming a ground-ball pitcher, Haren is doing more with less. He was the first Dodger to pitch into the eighth inning in his last start against the D-backs.
    vs.

    Kyle Kendrick

    25.0 IP | 3.60 ERA | 4.52 FIP | 105 ERA+


    Kendrick pitched well enough to win Saturday at Coors Field but took the loss. He allowed six hits, three runs and struck out three in seven innings in a 3-1 defeat. He hopes for a little more run support this time at Dodger Stadium.
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    I'll accept a split, anything more is gravy.
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    Maholms going game 1 ehhhh.. Games 2-4 should be good matchups tho.

    Your baby can't do this

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    Better at least split.

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    How is Philly in last place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigglinDickers View Post
    How is Philly in last place?
    They need crutches with rocket boosters to get to first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigglinDickers View Post
    How is Philly in last place?
    Marlins playing solid ball, while the Phillies aren't very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigglinDickers View Post
    How is Philly in last place?
    Because they're washed up.

    Future Hall of Shamers:
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    Got to love those lead off walks.

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    What a ****en scrub

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    Puig should have let Kemp catch that ball hit by Rollins, cost us a run. And this umpire also sucks.
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    God damnit Puig, always trying to do something extra.
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    Hanley too passive at the plate. Risky move by Puig there...gamble is a gamble.

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    Did Puig really try to score on a ball hit to Utley. It's what gameday is telling me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigglinDickers View Post
    Did Puig really try to score on a ball hit to Utley. It's what gameday is telling me.
    Yeah, it was hit up the middle behind 2nd base and Utley bobbled the ball, but Puig got caught in between 3rd base and home, it was a dumb decision to even attempt going home. I guess the only thing he had going for him was there was 2 outs, but still dumb.
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