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That Balls Outta Here Oct 9, 2019

Phillies: Will Pivetta, Eflin, Velasquez ever turn the corner?

The Phillies trusted their young pitchers to step up, but few did in 2019. The Phillies came into the season with some questions on the pitching staff. They knew  Aaron Nola was an ace (although he’s been decidedly less ace-like this year), they knew what Jake Arrieta was capable of, but they also knew he […] Phillies: Will Pivetta, Eflin, Velasquez ever turn the corner? - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - A Philadelphia Phillies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
www.thegoodphight.com Sep 29, 2019
The Phillies’ unsung September saviors

The Phillies’ unsung September saviors

Photo via Heather Barry Images A number of Phillie bench pieces and Triple-A recalls superseded expectations in September… The Phillies, thankfully, avoided the embarrassment of a sub-.500 season record on Saturday with their 9-3 win over the Marlins — but this small victory proved quite the uphill battle. Over the last few days, the Phillies have lost a number of key players to precautionary measures: Aaron Nola was shut down for the season for preservation, JT Realmuto is sitting out the last few games with a knee problem, and both Jean Segura and Scott Kingery will sit for the...

Aaron Nola's Season is Over as Phillies Shut Down Their Ace

Phillies starter Aaron Nola has thrown his last pitch in 2019
That Balls Outta Here Sep 25, 2019

Phillies: Three things they need to add this offseason

The Phillies have several areas they need to address this offseason. After spending stupid money last offseason the Phillies will surely approach 2020 with a similar “win now” mindset. They have several key pieces already in place with Bryce Harper, Aaron Nola, Rhys Hoskins, Scott Kingery, Jean Segura, and J.T. Realmuto under contract. Beyond those […] Phillies: Three things they need to add this offseason - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - A Philadelphia Phillies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
www.thegoodphight.com Sep 24, 2019
Squeezed: Nationals 6, Phillies 5

Squeezed: Nationals 6, Phillies 5

Pushed by his manager and squeezed by the umpire, Aaron Nola came out on the losing end once again | Photo by Mitchell Layton/ It didn’t mean much, but it was still frustrating After being officially eliminated from playoff contention on Tuesday afternoon, the Phillies couldn’t have been fired up about having another game scheduled for the evening. Especially since they’d have to face Nationals ace Max Scherzer. As it turned out, they actually did pretty well against Scherzer. However, thanks to some curious moves by Gabe Kapler combined with an even more curious strike zone, the...
Phillies head to Cleveland with playoff hopes hanging by a thread

Phillies head to Cleveland with playoff hopes hanging by a thread

It's not the final nail in the coffin of what's been a less than stellar season, but it's certainly a devastating blow. The Phillies dropped yet another Aaron Nola outing on Thursday afternoon, falling to the Braves 5-4 at SunTrust Park.Nola surrendered a pair of homers and five runs over five innings in the loss. The defeat dropped the Phillies to four-games behind the Brewers for the second Wild Card spot in the National League. The Phils have now dropped each of Nola's last six starts.“I feel fine. My body is healthy,” Nola told reporters afterward. “Could have easily gone 6-0....
www.thegoodphight.com Sep 19, 2019
NoLa: Braves 5, Phillies 4

NoLa: Braves 5, Phillies 4

The Phillies lost yet another start by Aaron Nola on Thursday | Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ Another Aaron Nola start, another loss for the Phillies There was a time when winning two out of three from the Braves would have been seen as a good thing. There was also a time when the Phillies usually won games when Aaron Nola was the starting pitcher. On Thursday afternoon, neither of those things were true. The Phillies couldn’t complete the sweep as the Braves held on to win 5-4. This marked the sixth straight start by Aaron Nola in which the Phillies were the losing team. Nola cruised through...
TalkingChop Sep 19, 2019
Pitcher’s Duel may be on the cards as Braves face Phillies for final time

Pitcher’s Duel may be on the cards as Braves face Phillies for final time

Mike Soroka and Aaron Nola are scheduled to start today’s game. If the elemets come together, we could end up seeing both of them dominate today. After dropping the first two games of their series against the Phillies, the Braves will be taking the field at high noon today in an effort to avoid getting swept by their divisional rivals from Philadlephia. If you like pitching, then you should be in for a treat today. Mike Soroka and Aaron Nola will be pitching for their respective teams, so it would be a pretty big shock if both of these pitchers got knocked around today. Both pitchers are...

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