Cliff Lee will take the ball for the Philadelphia Phillies on their path upward in the standings. Will he initiate another dominate streak tonight?
Penthouse Occupancy for the 4-1 outcome: 2
The Chrystal Champagne Toast is a salute to Vance Worley.
He escaped a jam in the 1st with runners on the corners and 1 out. And he completed 7 innings with only 1 blemish, which was a homerun in his final frame.
He was joined on the top floor by Jimmy Rollins. The shortstop sent a souvenir into the leftfield crowd for a 1-0 lead in the 1st.
In-House Rehab: DH Chase Utley went 0 for 3 with a HBP at Bright House Field.
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Prediction # 2:
This is a short commentary to considerably move up the time of publication. It is, also, brief to highlight a rare forecast, and it is the beginning of my new series. My first foretelling was after the July 22 victory in 2010. The club went 151-79 from that point to the end of 2011.
I sensed the beginning of that run, because everybody was contributing something in the box score from July 21. Then, Polly Polanco hit the game-deciding tater in extra innings. The day before set the tone and was followed by a defining event. This time it was J-Roll’s renewed vigor to start the home stand, and his recent productivity. Again, I realized it when Polly achieved the walk-off dramatics the next day. Now, it will be the winning of series and a slow climb up the standings, which will accelerate with Utley in the lineup.
He will bounce back, like Cole Hamels did, to the horse he is in this battle. Plus, a victory in his line will have a curing affect for his mind.
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He is known as Big Game James in the AL. He has lasted 6.1 frames at least in 7 of 14 attempts with 3 clunkers.
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Quality number of the pitcher: 1 – 5
Slot on his club: 1 – 5
Ranking is 1 to 5 & 15 for the less adventurous.
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Philadelphia Phillies storyline: Trade partners (Friday the 8th)
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