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July 11 2007

Here's a look at the number of runs allowed, earned runs allowed, unearned runs allowed and the percentage of runs allowed that were unearned for each of the National League teams so far this season:

 

2007

Team Runs Earned Unearned % Unearned
PHI 463 435 28 6.05
FLA 457 405 52 11.38
CIN 454 417 37 8.15
HOU 441 417 24 5.44
COL 438 414 24 5.48
WAS 434 410 24 5.53
STL 432 397 35 8.10
PIT 427 399 28 6.56
ATL 408 373 35 8.58
ARI 401 357 44 10.97
MIL 388 356 32 8.25
NYM 371 342 29 7.82
CHI 368 344 24 6.52
LAD 366 340 26 7.10
SF 362 337 25 6.91
SD 298 275 23 7.72
         
Total 6508 6018 490 7.53

Only about 6.05% of the runs the Phillies have allowed this season have been unearned.  Only three NL teams, the Astros, Rockies and Nationals, have had a lower percentage of the runs that they've allowed be charged as unearned.  In 2006, 65 of the 812 runs the Phils allowed were unearned, or 8.0%.  That year eight NL teams had a lower percentage of their runs charged as unearned.  In 2005, 54 of the 726 runs the Phillies allowed were unearned, 7.44% and sixth-lowest percentage in the NL. 

The Phils have made 53 errors in 88 games so far this season, putting them on a pace to make about 98 this year.  They were charged with 104 in 2006 and 90 in 2005. 

The unearned runs haven't been distributed evenly across the Phillies' pitchers.  Geary and Mesa have allowed 16 of the 28 unearned runs that the Phils have given up and have combined to pitch just 52 1/3 innings.  By comparison, Eaton, Moyer and Hamels have combined to allow seven unearned runs in 336 2/3 innings.  Geary gave up the 11 unearned runs he allowed in three appearances, giving up  three in two different games and five on May 29.  If the 11 unearned runs that Geary has allowed with the Phils had been earned his ERA would be 7.85 instead of 5.31. 

The AL beat the NL 5-4 in the All-Star game.  Utley hit eighth and went 0-for-2.  Rowand was also 0-for-2 and flew out with the bases loaded in the ninth to end the game.  Hamels pitched a scoreless inning, allowing two singles.
 

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