Roy Halladay

Phillies vs Reds: Philadelphia Triumphant in Utley’s Return

The Phillies had played forty six games in 2011 without all-star second baseman Chase Utley and managed to scrap their way to the best record in baseball during that time. For Phillies fans however, things just didn’t feel right. That all changed last night at Citizen’s Bank Park when the Phillies hosted the Cincinnati Reds […]

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Phillies vs. Rangers: Cliff Lee Masterful in Win Over Texas

After Roy Halladay notched a win for the Phillies in the first game of the series against the Texas Rangers, the two teams met again on Saturday evening at Citizen’s Bank Park. Cliff Lee got the start for the Phillies and faced off against the team he helped take to the World Series last season. […]

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Phillies vs. Mets: Halladay Pitches Complete Game to Earn 2-1 Win

On a beautiful day in Philadelphia the Philadelphia Phillies took on the New York Mets in the second game of a three game series. The Phillies won the first game behind two home-runs (including a grand-slam) by Ryan Howard and a nice outing by Vance Worley who got the start in place of Joe Blanton […]

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Philadelphia: The New Evil Empire

New York is the the Empire State, Jay-Z has an Empire State of Mind, and the New York Yankees are the Evil Empire of baseball…or are they? There was a time where the Yankees could throw more money and more years at any player they wanted and the following season he would be wearing pinstripes in […]

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Philadelphia Continues Red October, Cincinnati Settles For Reds Octoberror

After dominating the Cincinnati Reds in a 4-0 win in game one behind Roy Halladay’s no-hitter (only the second in MLB post-season history) the Philadelphia Phillies sent Roy Oswalt to the mound on Friday night to face Bronson Arroyo in game two of the best of five series. Independent Philly was at Citizen’s Bank Park to catch the action first hand. While Halladay faced […]

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