I modified the Start Log to include the number of runs the team has scored by pitcher that started the game.

Here’s a look at how many games have been started by pitcher, the team’s record in those games, the number of runs the Phillies scored in those games and the runs scored per start for each of the pitchers:


Pitcher

Starts

Team record

Runs Scored

RS/G
Hamels 31 18-13 (.581) 146 4.71
Moyer 30 19-11 (.633) 155 5.17
Kendrick 29 17-12 (.586) 170 5.86
Myers 28 12-16 (.429) 118 4.21
Eaton 19 8-11 (.421) 75 3.95
Blanton 11 7-4 (.636) 62 5.64
Happ 2 2-0 (1.000) 7 3.50

Overall for the year, the Phils have scored 733 runs in 150 games. That’s about 4.89 runs per game.

The Phils are 17-12 in the 29 games started by Kendrick, but that’s got a lot to do with how many runs they’ve scored with him on the mound. They did score 20 against the Cards on June 13 with Kendrick starting, but even if you take that game out of the equation they still scored 150 runs in 28 starts or about 5.36 runs per game.

Blanton has also enjoyed tremendous offensive support when he’s been on the mound.

Myers and Eaton, not so much.