Phils Look To Sweep

Phils Look To Sweep

Free MLB Picks | 21 Sep 2010

Tonight’s game is one reason the Philadelphia Phillies (90-61) acquired Doc Halladay from Toronto in the off-season. In the midst of a tough pennant drive, Halladay will go for his 20th win against the Atlanta Braves (86-65) before another packed house at Citizens Bank Park.

Braves and Phillies keep pace with big series set to begin

Braves and Phillies keep pace with big series set to begin

MLB 2010 | 21 Sep 2010

The Atlanta Braves, behind the solid pitching of Derek Lowe, came back to defeat the NY Mets and sweep the road series at Citi Field.

Phillies stay hot and Cards beat Reds

Phillies stay hot and Cards beat Reds

MLB 2010 | 06 Sep 2010

The Philadelphia Phillies continue their hot streak, even if their offense is virtually nonexistent. They received excellent starting pitching from Cole Hamels, who pitched seven shutout innings.

Kuroda one-hits Phils as Happ two-hits Cardinals

Kuroda one-hits Phils as Happ two-hits Cardinals

MLB 2010 | 01 Sep 2010

The Atlanta Braves stayed atop the National League East as they defeated the NY Mets 9-3. The Braves received a solid pitching performance from Jair Jurrjens, as he allowed three runs on six hits through 5.2 innings while striking out eight (though he did walk six).

Controversy in Philly

Controversy in Philly

MLB 2010 | 26 Aug 2010

The Philadelphia Phillies had a chance to pick up a game on the National League East division-leading Atlanta Braves after the Braves lost again to the Colorado Rockies.

Piniella calls it a career and contenders' pitching dominates

Piniella calls it a career and contenders’ pitching dominates

MLB 2010 | 24 Aug 2010

Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella announced earlier this season that he would be retiring at the end of the season. Piniella, along with Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox and Toronto Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston would all end their managerial careers at the end of the 2010 season.

Can these veterans help teams get to the playoffs?

Can these veterans help teams get to the playoffs?

MLB 2010 | 23 Aug 2010

This week there were a few moves made that could impact playoff contending teams (and that is precisely why these moves were made). Derek Lee of the Chicago Cubs agreed to be traded to the Atlanta Braves, who are currently in first place in the National League East.

All-Stars return for playoff push

All-Stars return for playoff push

MLB 2010 | 19 Aug 2010

The big news on Tuesday was the return of three All-Star second baseman to their respective teams. Martin Prado of the Atlanta Braves missed the least amount of time with a broken finger, but was missed with the loss of veteran Chipper Jones for the season.

NL’s best 3-man rotations

NL’s best 3-man rotations

National League | 14 Aug 2010

Just like the American League, the National League playoff contenders will need strong starts from three starting pitchers. Who has the best three-man rotation? Let’s take a look. St. Louis Cardinals: Chris Carpenter (rhp), Adam Wainwright (rhp), and Jaime Garcia (lhp). This group offers two aces and a rookie that doesn’t throw hard but knows Read the Rest…

Perfection in Detroit Blown

Perfection in Detroit Blown

MLB 2010 | 03 Jun 2010

MLB almost had their second perfect game of the week (Roy Halladay completed one on Saturday), though according to most, there was a perfect game achieved Wednesday in Detroit.

A Tuesday of Walk-offs

A Tuesday of Walk-offs

MLB 2010 | 20 May 2010

There were four walk-offs in Major League Baseball on Tuesday. The Cincinnati Reds battled back against Milwaukee Brewers closer Trevor Hoffman to record their 10th victory in their final at-bat.

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