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Good news for Phillies fans as Howard’s lease on 0-for-4 with two strikeouts appears to have been month-to-month

The bad news would be if he had decided to sublet to Pat Burrell, but the early results are encouraging.

Ryan Howard had a miserable April, but April is over. Last night after driving in the Phils’ first run with an RBI-double in the third, Howard blasted a mammoth shot out to right in the bottom of the eighth that proved to be the game winner for the Phils.

The Phillies only scored three runs on the night, but thanks to a nice outing by Eaton and three hitless, shutout innings from the amazing Phillies bullpen, three was enough.

The Phillies beat the San Diego Padres last night, winning 3-2 to improve to 16-13 on the season. The Phils take the series two games to one. For the second time in seven games the Phils get a win in a game where they scored three runs, so a word of thanks to the pitching, and the bullpen especially, is in order. Last year the Phils were 4-16 in games when they scored three runs and 4-41 in games where they scored less than four runs. So far this year they’re 2-2 in games where they score three runs and 2-9 in games where they score less than four.

The Phillies start the day in first place in the NL East, a half game ahead of the Marlins and the Mets.

Eaton got the start for the Phillies against his former team and went six innings, allowing two runs on five hits and two walks. Just one of the hits went for extra-bases, a home run. He struck out two. Eaton was hit hard early but pitched better as the game went on.

Tad Iguchi singled to left with one out in the first and Adrian Gonzalez followed with a home run to right. 2-0. Eaton got the next two.

Jim Edmonds singled with one out in the second. Josh Bard smashed a line drive to third for the second out. Pitcher Randy Wolf hammered a ball to deep right, but Werth caught it with a jump on the warning track to end the frame.

Brian Giles started the third with a walk and Iguchi moved him to second with a single. Gonzalez hit a line drive to second that Utley caught and glove-hand flipped to second to double Giles off. Kevin Kouzmanoff followed with a single that sent Iguchi to second with two outs. Khalil Greene swung at a 3-2 pitch low and outside and lined to first on a nice jumping play by Howard to leave both runners stranded.

Edmonds walked with one out in the fourth and the game tied at 2-2, but Eaton got the next two.

Eaton threw a 1-2-3 fifth and a 1-2-3 sixth. Nice play by Bruntlett to take a hit away from Giles on a ball up the middle for the first out of the fifth.

Madson started the seventh and got the first two before lefty Paul McAnulty hit for Wolf. McAnulty walked on four pitches and Manuel called on Romero to pitch to the lefty Giles. Third straight day for Romero after throwing 23 pitches on Wednesday. He struck Giles out swinging at a 3-2 pitch.

Gordon pitched a 1-2-3 eighth.

Lidge started the ninth up 3-2 in his first appearance since Sunday. He got Greene on a fly ball to center, struck out pinch-hitter Tony Clark and got Edmonds on a ground ball to short to end the game.

Three scoreless innings, one walk for the bullpen. Madson threw 13 pitches, Romero seven, Gordon nine, Lidge 12. Phils should try hard to keep Romero out of tonight’s game. The pen allowed two runs in the three-game set, which came on a home run against Madson with the Phils up 7-2 in the ninth in game one of the series.

The Phillies’ lineup against lefty Randy Wolf went (1) Victorino (2) Werth (3) Utley (4) Howard (5) Burrell (6) Feliz (7) Bruntlett (8) Ruiz. Victorino gets the start in center. He should start again tonight with another lefty on the mound of the Giants and Jenkins, presumably, again on the bench. Ruiz catches Eaton.

The Phils went 1-2-3 in the first.

Burrell singled with one out in the second. Feliz popped to short for the second out before Bruntlett moved Burrell to second with a single. Ruiz walked to load the bases, but Eaton struck out looking at a 2-2 pitch.

Victorino doubled to start the third, but Werth and Utley both struck out behind him. Howard doubled to left-center to score Victorino, getting the Phils on the board at 2-1. Burrell followed with another double and Howard scored. 2-2. Feliz flew to left for the third out.

Ruiz walked with one out in the fourth. Eaton tried to bunt him to second, but Bard took the bunt and threw to second to force Ruiz for the second out with Eaton safe at first. Victorino walked before Werth struck out again, ending the inning.

Utley singled to start the fifth, but Howard, Burrell and Feliz struck out behind him.

With two outs in the sixth Taguchi hit for Eaton and was robbed of yet another hit by a fantastic defensive play, this one by Greene at short. Taguchi has been victimized by a ton of great defense and he’s got a .205 batting average to prove it.

Victorino walked to start the seventh and was running on the pitch as Werth lined to center. Victorino couldn’t get back in time and was doubled-off. Utley struck out for the third out.

Howard led off the eighth and got ahead 2-0 before he hit a long home run to right, putting the Phils up 3-2. Burrell, Feliz and Bruntlett went down behind him.

Victorino was 1-for-2 with a double and two walks. He was 1-for-4 in the series and is hitting 235/316/294.

Werth was 0-for-4, struck out twice and left four men on base. 1-for-11 with a triple in the series and 0-for-his-last-7 with five strikeouts. 1-for-his-last-15 has him at 265/354/530 on the year.

Utley was 1-for-4 and struck out three times. 4-for-12 with a double and a home run in the series. 357/424/748.

Howard was 2-for-4 with a double, a home run and two RBI. 3-for-11 in the series and 184/303/388 on the year.

Burrell was 2-for-4 with a double. 2-for-10 in the series. 333/454/677.

Feliz was 0-for-4 and left three men on base. 2-for-11 with a double in the series. 200/255/347.

Bruntlett was 1-for-4 and struck out twice. 3-for-10 with two walks in the series. 228/282/278.

Ruiz 0-for-1 and walked twice. 2-for-5 with a big double in the series. 203/276/261.

Jenkins was 4-for-7 in the series. 265/307/349.

Taguchi was 0-for-1 in the series and is hitting 205/244/256 on the season.

Dobbs was 1-for-2 with a double in the series. 333/400/556.

Coste was 1-for-4 in the series. He’s hitting 350/435/600.

Kyle Kendrick (2-2, 5.15) faces lefty Patrick Misch (0-0, 3.00) tonight as the Phils play the first of three with San Francisco. Misch appeared in 18 games for the Giants last season, including four starts. Overall in ’07 he went 0-4 with a 4.24 ERA and a 1.46 ratio. Righties hit .316 against him and lefties just .238. He’s made just one appearance in ’08 for the Giants, which came in long relief against the Reds on Sunday. After Zito got bombed and exited after just three innings, Misch came on to toss six innings in which he allowed two runs on five hits and a walk. Kendrick’s numbers are pretty bad on the year and he’s actually pitched worse than his numbers look at first glance as seven of the 22 runs he’s allowed have been unearned. Lefties are hitting .356 against him after hitting .321 against him last year. He didn’t face the Giants last season.

Young and the feckless

The Phils couldn’t figure out Chris Young last year and they couldn’t figure him out last night, either. It’s probably just for the best that he pitches in a whole different division.

After holding the Phillies to two hits in seven shutout innings as he beat Cole Hamels 1-0 last year, Young was too much for the Phils to handle again last night. Chase Utley connected for a two-run home run in the first, but it would prove to be the team’s only extra-base hit in the contest.

The Phillies got more nice work from their bullpen, who contributed another 3 2/3 scoreless innings after Moyer left after allowing four runs through 5 1/3 innings. The Phils didn’t score another run after Utley’s early blast.

The Phillies lost to the San Diego Padres last night, falling 4-2 to drop to 15-13 on the season. Despite all of the excitement about how well the Phils are playing without Rollins, on the first day of May they are on pace to go 87-75 for the season. That’s not going to be good enough.

Moyer got the start for the Phillies and went 5 1/3 innings, allowing four runs on nine hits and a walk. Four of the hits went for extra-bases, two doubles and two home runs. He struck out one. Moyer has now made six starts on the season and, using game score as the measure, has been worse than his opponent in each of the six starts.

Moyer got Brian Giles on a ground ball to second to start the first inning. Tad Iguchi was next and he hit a ground ball up the middle. Bruntlett fielded, but his throw was in the dirt and Iguchi had an infield single. Adrian Gonzalez got ahead 2-0 and hit one out to right to put the Padres up 2-0. Kevin Kouzmanoff followed with a ground ball to short. Again Bruntlett’s throw to first was in the dirt. Howard couldn’t scoop it and Bruntlett was given the error. Howard should have made the play. Khalil Greene was next and he hit a soft line drive into center. Werth got to the ball, but it went off his glove for another error. Kouzmanoff went to second, but Moyer got the next two to leave both runners stranded.

Three bad defensive plays in the field for the Phils in the inning. Two bad throws by Bruntlett, but a better defensive first baseman would have helped. Werth just missed the ball.

Moyer started the second with the game tied at 2-2. Giles and Iguchi singled back-to-back with two outs, putting men on first and third for Gonzalez. Gonzalez grounded to third to end the frame.

Kouzmanoff started the third with a home run to left that put San Diego up 3-2. Greene followed with a single, but Moyer got the next three.

Giles hit a fan interference ground-rule double with one out in the fourth, but Moyer got the next two.

Kouzmanoff singled to start the fifth, but Moyer got the next three to leave him stranded.

Josh Bard started the sixth with a double and the pitcher Chris Young bunted him to third. Moyer walked the lefty Giles to put men on first and third with one out for the righty Iguchi. After 98 pitches for Moyer, Manuel called on Durbin to pitch to Iguchi. Iguchi singled back up the middle. Bard scored to extend the San Diego lead to 4-2 and Giles went to second. Durbin got Gonzalez to pop to third for the second out before Kouzmanoff grounded to second to set San Diego down.

Durbin returned for the seventh. With one out Scott Hairston reached on an infield single to short. Bruntlett played it deep and Hairston just beat it out. Durbin got Edmonds on a ground ball to first for the second out, Hairston moved to second. Bard walked and Tony Clark hit for the pitcher. Durbin got Clark on a ground ball to second to end the frame.

Romero started the eighth. Iguchi singled with one out before Gonzalez flew to center for the second out. Romero hit Kouzmanoff with a 1-1 pitch and then walked Greene on five pitches to load the bases with two outs for Hairston. Romero got the righty Hairston looking at a 1-2 pitch to end the frame. I was a little surprised Manuel thought Romero was his best option trying to get Hairston after Romero loaded the bases, but it worked out for the Phils.

Seanez threw a 1-2-3 ninth.

Another 3 2/3 scoreless innings for the pen. Durbin, Romero and Seanez combined to allow three hits and two walks. Second appearance in two days for Romero, so he may be unavailable tonight after throwing 23 pitches (although he threw just six on Thursday). Durbin threw 36, so he probably can’t pitch tonight. I would guess Seanez is available after throwing just eight.

The Phillies’ lineup against righty Chris Young went (1) Werth (2) Bruntlett (3) Utley (4) Howard (5) Burrell (6) Jenkins (7) Feliz (8) Coste. Werth in center with Victorino on the bench again. Jenkins in right against the righty. Coste gets a start behind the plate. Bruntlett is a really bad two-hitter.

That said, the suddenly hottish Bruntlett singled with one out in the first and Utley followed with his eleventh home run of the year, tying the game at 2-2. Howard walked, but Burrell hit into a double-play to end the inning.

Jenkins singled to start the second. Feliz followed and hit into a double-play. Coste fouled out to the catcher for the third out.

Moyer singled to start the third, but Young struck out Werth, Bruntlett and Utley behind him.

With one out in the fourth, Burrell walked and Jenkins moved him to second. Feliz hit into another double-play.

With two outs in the fifth, Werth walked and stole second. Bruntlett struck out to end the inning.

The Phils went 1-2-3 in the sixth.

Coste singled with two outs in the seventh and Victorino hit for Durbin. He hit an 0-1 pitch out but a few feet foul before popping out to first to end the inning.

Bruntlett walked with one out in the eighth, but Utley and Howard went down behind him.

Trevor Hoffman came on to protect the 4-2 Padres’ lead in the ninth. Jenkins singled with one out. Feliz was due up next and Dobbs hit for him as the tying run with the righty Hoffman on the mound. Hoffman struck Dobbs out for the second out. Coste fouled out to the catcher to end the game.

Werth was 0-for-3 with a walk and an error. With the lefty on the mound tonight I assume it’s Werth in right and Victorino in center.

Bruntlett was 1-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts.

Utley was 1-for-4 with his eleventh homer, which was the only extra-base hit for the Phils in the game.

Howard was 0-for-3 with a walk but hit the ball well.

Burrell 0-for-3 with a walk. He’s 2-for-his-last-13.

Jenkins 3-for-4.

Feliz 0-for-3 and hit into two double-plays. I have to wonder if he would have gotten the call at third against the tough righty Young if it hadn’t been ground baller Moyer on the mound for the Phils.

Coste 1-for-4.

Adam Eaton (0-0, 5.08) faces lefty Randy Wolf (2-1, 3.68) tonight. It’s safe to say Randy Wolf is not a favorite of Phillies’ GM Pat Gillick after Wolf decided to sign with San Diego this off-season. Wolf had a 1.42 ERA after his first three starts of the season. In his last two outings he’s allowed nine earned runs in 10 1/3 innings (7.84 ERA). Overall on the season opponents are hitting just .221 against him with a 1.06 ratio and he’s struck out 28 in 29 1/3 innings. He has never faced the Phillies. Eaton didn’t make it out of the fourth inning his last time out, on Friday against the Pirates. He has been much better at preventing home runs this year — he’s allowed just two on the season in 28 1/3 innings after giving up 30 in 161 2/3 innings in 2007. Lefties are hitting .306 against him, righties just .233. He made one start against the Padres last year, on July 20.

Outhit, outpitch, outlast

Team W-L R R/G NL Rank R OPS (NL) SB CS
SD 10-16 84 3.23 16 620 (16) 7 0
PHI 14-12 124 4.77 T-3 781 (5) 10 5

Team W-L RA RA/G NL Rank RA Starter ERA Pen ERA
SD 10-16 121 4.65 11 3.68 (5) 4.52 (15)
PHI 14-12 114 4.38 8 4.37 (10) 2.60 (1)

The Phils topped the Padres in an unusual pitching duel last night, unusual because the Phils won it 7-4 after the teams combined to score seven runs in the eighth and ninth.

Hamels outdueled cerebral veteran Greg Maddux and while it’s not surprising to see Hamels outpitch anyone, the game added a head-to-head battle of mind and body between Hamels and Maddux and Hamels again came out on top. With the Phils up 2-1 in the bottom of the seventh and a much needed insurance run on first base, Hamels showed bunt early in the count before he laced Maddux’s 1-1 pitch into right field for a single that sent the runner to third. It was enough to send Maddux into a mini-tizzy, and he didn’t face another batter on the night.

The legend grows.

Hamels performance on the mound and at the plate was impressive, but the Phils blew to game open in the bottom of the eighth with some key two out hits. Two of the hits came from a pair of guys struggling badly at the bottom of the order, Feliz and Ruiz.

Before the Phils broke the game open in the bottom of the eighth, Tom Gordon orchestrated yet another magnificent escape act. Gordon entered the game with a 3-1 lead with the bases loaded and one out. He allowed a run to score on a ground out, but got the Phillies out of the inning with the lead. After allowing five runs in a third of an inning in his first appearance of the year, Gordon has allowed two runs on five hits and five walks while striking out 12 in ten innings since (that’s a 1.80 ERA with a 1.00 ratio).

The Phillies beat the San Diego Padres last night, winning 7-4 to improve to 15-12 on the season.

Hamels got the start for the Phils and went 7 1/3 innings, allowing two runs on five hits. Two of the hits went for extra-bases, a double and a home run. He walked two and struck out six.

Hamels threw a 1-2-3 first.

He started the second with a 1-0 lead. Justin Huber drew a two out walk, but Hamels struck Scott Hairston out swinging to end the frame.

Three ground outs in a 1-2-3 third. Josh Bard hit the ball hard to start the inning, but right at Bruntlett who handled it for the out.

Up 2-0 in the fourth, Hamels set down the first two before Adrian Gonzalez lofted one into right that dropped a few feet to the left of the foul line. Jenkins was on it fast and made a strong throw to second that beat Gonzalez by a lot to set down San Diego. Nice job by Jenkins to get to the ball quickly and a strong and accurate throw. The play wasn’t close.

He got the first two in the fifth before Hairston came to the plate. Hairston fouled off the first pitch of the at-bat and then blasted one out to left-center, cutting the Phillies’ lead to 2-1. Bard grounded to third to end the frame.

Brian Giles singled with one out in the sixth. Former Phil Tad Iguchi was next and hit into a double-play back to the pitcher. Odd looking play — Utley had come in and toward second on the dribbler up the middle to Hamels and took Hamels’ throw to second base instead of Bruntlett, but turned the double-play anyway.

Hamels struck out Kevin Kouzmanoff and Gonzalez to start the seventh before Khalil Greene singled to left. Huber struck out to set the Padres down.

Hairston led off the eighth and hammered a double over the head of Werth and off the base of the wall in center. Bard was next and hit a dribbler between the mound and the first base line. Hamels moved over to field it and tried to backhand the ball, but it went off his glove. It bounded to Utley, who made a glove-hand flip to Howard and Bard was called out. Very nice play by Utley, but Bard was safe. Hariston went to third. Switch-hitter Tony Clark hit for the pitcher Cla Meredith and drew a walk. It put men on first and third with one out and the lefty Giles due to hit, and Manuel called on Romero to pitch. Hamels left the game having thrown 97 pitches. Romero walked Giles on an outside 3-2 pitch to load the bases. Gordon came into pitch to the righty Iguchi. Iguchi hit a slow ground ball to short. Bruntlett only had one play and threw to first for the second out as Hairston scored to cut the lead to 3-2. It put men on second and third with two outs for Kouzmanoff, but Flash got him on a ground ball to second to end the frame.

The lead got extended from one run to five in the bottom of the eighth, making Gordon’s appearance in the eighth seem less important, but that was an impressive job by Gordon again.

Interesting contrast between Manuel’s handling of Hamels in this start and his previous start. Last Wednesday in Milwaukee, Manuel left Hamels in to pitch to lefty Prince Fielder in the eighth despite a huge pitch count. Fielder homered for the second time in the game and the Phils went on to lose. This time Manuel takes Hamels out of the game even with the lefty Brian Giles at the plate. How Manuel handles Hamels throughout the season is likely going to depend a lot on the availability of Romero in the pen and where the big lefties are in the opposing team’s lineup — with Romero as the only southpaw Manuel has I think you can expect that he’ll be less likely to take Hamels (or Moyer) out of a game with big lefties looming when Romero isn’t available or when he expects to see the big lefties hit two more times in the game. Another lefty in the pen would be very nice, but until one arrives I hope we see him err on the side of less pitches for Hamels, even if it means some righty relievers throwing to lefties. I don’t think there’s any chance the Phillies are going to go through the season with Romero as the only lefty in the pen.

The Phils were up 3-2 with two outs in the bottom of the eighth and scored four runs. Lidge was getting ready to enter the game, but Manuel was able to get Madson up in time to get him in to pitch the bottom of the ninth with the score 7-2. Great job by Manuel to keep Lidge out of the game, even though Madson pitched badly.

Victorino also entered the game defensively in the ninth after pinch-hitting in the bottom of the eighth. Even with some talk from Manuel about letting Werth play some more center despite Victorino’s return, and the fact that Werth started the game in center with Victorino available, Werth moved to right and Victorino played center. It’s just a no-brainer that Victorino is a significantly better center fielder than Werth, even though Werth has looked pretty capable out there.

Victorino’s return does create a difficult situation for the Phils. There seems to be some evidence that Victorino isn’t a favorite of Manuel. Werth needs to play just about every day, whether it’s in right or in center. Victorino doesn’t belong in right field. In my mind it comes down to Jenkins versus Victorino — if Jenkins is in the game I hope just about all of the time it means Werth is in center. Victorino hasn’t done much with the bat, but neither has Jenkins. Victorino is at least an elite defensive player. Not sure why Victorino would be the guy to lose his time because he’s not hitting with Jenkins not hitting as well. Jenkins certainly has more upside as a hitter, but he is slugging .329 so far this season.

Madson started the ninth and Gonzalez led off with a ball off the wall in left. Taguchi played it well to hold him to a single. Madson got the next two on a fly ball and a strikeout before Hairston hit a 2-1 pitch out down the line in left. Second home run in the game for Hairston, and it made the score 7-4. Lidge had to get up and start to throw again, but Madson struck out Bard to end the game.

Great job by Manuel to keep Lidge out of the game with a five-run lead despite all the late runs in the bottom of the eighth.

Six pitches for Romero, seven for Gordon and 19 for Madson. The Phillies didn’t play on Monday so the pen should be in good shape.

The Phillies’ lineup against righty Greg Maddux went (1) Werth (2) Bruntett (3) Utley (4) Howard (5) Burrell (6) Jenkins (7) Feliz (8) Ruiz. Victorino was activated before the game, and Bohn sent down, but Victorino starts the game on the bench with Werth in center. Bruntlett moves up to the second spot in the order, which is too high for him. Jenkins plays right with the righty on the mound. Ruiz keeps getting the call behind the plate.

Bruntlett drew a one out walk in the first and stole second. Utley lined out to first for the second out, but Howard singled to left and Bruntlett scored to put the Phils up 1-0. Burrell grounded out for the third out. Interesting to see Howard go to left field with the monster shift the Padres are playing against him.

Jenkins led off the second and ripped a single into right. Feliz hit into a double-play and Ruiz grounded to third.

With one out in the third, Werth smashed a ball off the wall in right. It rolled away from Giles and Werth had a triple. Bruntlett followed with a single into right, Werth scored and the Phils were up 2-0. Two runs in 2 1/3 innings for the Phils and Bruntlett a big part of both of them. Utley flew to right for the second out. Howard was next and hammered a ball, but was robbed of extra-bases by a fantastic diving catch by Hairston on the warning track.

Feliz doubled to left with two outs in the fourth, but Ruiz flew to center for the third out.

The Phils went 1-2-3 in the fifth.

Utley singled to start the sixth. Howard followed with a ground ball to first and Utley was forced at second for the first out. Burrell popped out and Jenkins grounded to first to end the inning.

Ruiz singled with one out in the seventh. Hamels was next and bunted the first pitch foul. He took ball one to even the count and then swung away and ripped a singled into right. Ruiz went to third. Werth hit a ball to center for the second out, deep enough to easily score Ruiz and extend the lead to 3-1. Bruntlett grounded to third for the third out. Fantastic at-bat by Hamels and a nice job by Werth to bring the runner in from third with one out.

Utley doubled to start the eighth. Howard followed and struck out and the lefty Glendon Rusch walked Burrell intentionally to put men on first and second with one out. Victorino hit for Jenkins against the lefty. Righty Kevin Cameron came in to pitch to Victorino. Victorino flew to shallow left-center for the second out. Feliz bailed him out, though, with a single into right. Utley scored to make it 4-2 with the runners winding up at second and third after the throw went home. Ruiz smashed a double off the wall in right-center and they both scored. 6-2. Dobbs hit for Gordon and he doubled into center, scoring Ruiz. 7-2. Werth flew to center for the third out. Weak at-bats for Howard and Victorino in the inning, but Feliz, Ruiz and Dobbs bail them out to give the Phils a big inning.

Werth was 1-for-4 with a triple and a sac fly.

Bruntlett was 1-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base and an RBI. He’s 8-for-his-last-25 and has his average up to .222. Still not the guy you want to see hitting second.

Utley was 2-for-4 with a double.

Howard was 1-for-4 with an RBI.

Burrell 0-for-3 with a walk.

Jenkins 1-for-3 with a nice play in right field.

Feliz 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.

Ruiz 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.

Jamie Moyer (1-1, 4.05) faces righty Chris Young (1-2, 3.77) tonight. Young has made five starts on the season and in four of them allowed two or fewer runs. He allowed seven runs against the Dodgers in LA on April 12, but has made two starts since in which he’s allowed three earned runs on just five hits in 13 innings (3.46 ERA). Opponents are hitting just .208 against him on the year, but he has walked 18 in 28 2/3 innings. He faced the Phillies once last season, on July 19, and held the Phillies to two hits in seven scoreless innings. Moyer has allowed three runs in 12 innings over his last two starts. Opponents are hitting .333 against him on the season, righties .349. After allowing 30 home runs in 2007, he has allowed just two so far in ’08 and none in his last two appearances. He made two starts against San Diego last season. He got bombed for eight runs in 4 2/3 innings on August 24 after allowing four runs over 6 2/3 on July 21.

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