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Philadelphia Phillies

Stadium: Citizens Bank Park | Manager: Ryne Sandberg
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Phillies.239388813.96
NL East Division4th5th2nd4th
National League 8th12th8th11th
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D. Brown
D. Ruf
G. Sizemore
B. Revere
G. Sizemore
M. Byrd
G. Sizemore
C. Asche
R. Brignac
J. Rollins
R. Brignac
A. Blanco
Rotation
1. C. Lee
2. C. Hamels
3. A. Burnett
4. K. Kendrick
5. R. Hernandez
C. Utley
R. Brignac
A. Blanco
R. Howard
D. Ruf

DL
J. Mayberry
J. Mayberry
J. Mayberry
J. Mayberry
M. Adams
C. Ruiz
W. Nieves
  Bullpen
J. Papelbon (CL)
K. Giles
A. Bastardo
J. De Fratus
J. Diekman
P. Aumont
M. Hollands
Last Updated: 07/25/2014
 
player is injured   news about this player  
 
Last Five Games
7/24 vs. SF
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
M. ByrdRF
G. SizemoreLF
D. Ruf1B
C. Asche3B
W. NievesC
C. HamelsP
 
7/23 vs. SF
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
M. ByrdRF
C. RuizC
D. BrownLF
D. Ruf1B
A. Blanco3B
A. BurnettP
 
7/22 vs. SF
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
G. SizemoreLF
C. Asche3B
C. RuppC
R. HernandezP
 
7/21 vs. SF
G. SizemoreCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
D. BrownLF
C. Asche3B
C. RuppC
C. LeeP
 
7/20 vs. ATL
G. SizemoreCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
M. ByrdRF
D. BrownLF
J. Mayberry1B
C. Asche3B
K. HillC
K. KendrickP

Most Frequent Lineup
 AvgHRRBI
B. RevereCF.298112
J. RollinsSS.2431345
C. Utley2B.285847
R. Howard1B.2241560
M. ByrdRF.2661958
D. BrownLF.228646
C. RuizC.261214
C. Asche3B.249631
 
Notes
  • 60 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 9 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
6 Game(s)
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
D. BrownLF
C. RuizC
C. Hernandez3B
3 Game(s)
J. RollinsSS
C. RuizC
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
D. BrownLF
J. MayberryCF
C. Asche3B
3 Game(s)
J. RollinsSS
C. RuizC
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
C. Asche3B
D. BrownLF
T. GwynnCF
3 Game(s)
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
D. BrownLF
C. RuizC
R. Brignac3B
3 Game(s)
B. RevereCF
J. RollinsSS
C. Utley2B
R. Howard1B
M. ByrdRF
C. Asche3B
D. BrownLF
C. RuppC

 
 
 

Domonic Brown, #9
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
96.228286465
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 87, DH - 1
Phillippe Aumont, #48
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
011.221.6003
 
News
The Phillies made a few roster moves Wednesday, which included removing catcher Carlos Ruiz (concussion) from the 7-day disabled list.

The Phillies also recalled reliever Phillippe Aumont from Triple-A Lehigh Valley, optioned catcher Cameron Rupp to Triple-A and designated pitcher Jeff Manship for assignment.

Ryan Howard, #6
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
97.2244615600
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 92, DH - 1
News
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. told reporters that first baseman Ryan Howard still has a future with the club. This comes a day after CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reported that the Phillies were trying to deal Howard before the July 31 deadline.

"I fully expect him to be our first baseman next year," Amaro said. "I don't know where people are coming up with him not having a future with us. He's a very big part of our organization."
Mario Hollands, #43
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1133.13.51027
 
Reid Brignac, #17
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
25.25841101
 
Position Breakdown
SS - 3, 3B - 18
Ken Giles, #53
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0016.01.13022
 
Chase Utley, #26
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
98.288528484
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 94, DH - 1
Mike Adams, #37
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
2117.02.12020
 
Injuries
Shoulder - 60-day DL. Out until at least early August (Updated - 7/2/14)
Wil Nieves, #21
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
16.2885141
 
Position Breakdown
C - 15
Carlos Ruiz, #51
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
67.261282143
 
Position Breakdown
C - 66
John Mayberry, #15
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
63.213116210
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 17, OF - 29
Injuries
Wrist - 15-day DL. Out until at least early August (Updated - 7/22/14)
News
The Phillies announced Tuesday outfielder John Mayberry was placed on the 15-day disabled list due to left wrist inflammation. Mayberry is batting just .111 (4 for 36) in his last 15 games, but he did have a home run Sunday at Atlanta.
Antonio Bastardo, #59
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
4344.03.27053
 
Jonathan Papelbon, #58
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
2242.11.912438
 
News
Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon jogged onto the field in the ninth inning Thursday against the Giants to a onslaught of boos after sending Philadelphia to a loss Wednesday night. By the end of his outing Thursday he was being cheered, as he picked up his 24th save in a 2-1 win.

Papelbon, who was pitching for a third day in a row, needed just 10 pitches to retire the side in order, which included a strikeout of Joaquin Arias. The veteran reliever, who has been mentioned in trade rumors, had allowed four runs in his first two appearances against the Giants.

Cody Asche, #25
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
70.249236310
 
Position Breakdown
3B - 66
News
Phillies third baseman Cody Asche put together a solid performance Monday, though it came ina  7-4 loss to the Giants.

Asche went 3 for 4 with three singles in the loss, just one night after he struck out in all four of his at-bats. He scored once in the loss.

Asche is hitting .256/.306/.401 in 227 at-bats on the season.  

Jimmy Rollins, #11
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
98.24353134519
 
Position Breakdown
SS - 93, DH - 2
A.J. Burnett, #34
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
69144.23.8662119
 
News
Phillies pitcher A.J. Burnett didn't factor into Wednesday's decision, giving up four hits and four walks in eight scoreless innings while striking out six in his team's 3-1 loss to the Giants.

Burnett turned in his first scoreless outing since the end of April but was matched across the diamond by Madison Bumgarner. He owns a 3.86 ERA and 119:62 K:BB ratio in 144 2/3 innings. Burnett is scheduled to square off against the Mets in New York Monday.

Marlon Byrd, #3
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
101.2695119591
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 99
Cole Hamels, #35
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
55122.12.7239125
 
News
Cole Hamels struck out 10 batters Thursday, leading the Phillies to a 2-1 win against the Giants. The left-hander allowed one run on six hits and one walk in eight innings.

Hamels (5-5) was extremely efficient with his pitches, throwing 90 of 116 pitches for strikes. He retired 10 of the first 11 batters he faced, allowing just a two-out single to Adam Duvall in the second inning during that span.

Hamels did load the bases in the fourth inning with a pair of singles and a hit batter, but he worked out of the jam unscathed. The Giants got their only run on Ehire Adrianza's two-out RBI single in the fifth inning, which tied the game at 1.

Hamels has struck out at least 10 batters four times this season. His season high is 11. He is 3-0 over his last four starts and has allowed just one earned run in each of the wins. 

Hamels will make his next scheduled start Tuesday against the Mets. He is 0-1 with a 3.86 ERA in three starts against New York this season.

Jake Diekman, #63
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
3345.24.34064
 
Andres Blanco, #4
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
8.1000000
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 2, SS - 1, 3B - 4
Cliff Lee, #33
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
4573.23.671064
 
News
Before I say anything else, I want to point out that I currently rank Cliff Lee 23rd among starting pitchers, which means I would trade anyone ranked 24th or higher straight-up for him, including Jeff Samardzija, Anibal Sanchez, Alex Cobb and Jered Weaver. So when I say he's not a sure thing, understand I'm not saying he's washed up and doesn't deserve a spot on your roster. I'm simply noting that those who stuck with him throughout his two-month DL stint hoping he'd be an ace when he returned have reason to be concerned now.

On Tuesday's Fantasy Baseball Today, Al Melchior picked Lee as one of the starting pitchers who worry him in the second half, and though I didn't do the same, I certainly could have. I'm just not totally confident in the condition of his elbow.

It's probably an overreaction. You might even say a bad start after an extended layoff is to be expected, and if Lee dominates over eight innings next time out, all the hand-wringing we're doing now will seem like wasted energy. But for now, the doubts linger. Because the injury was a strain and not a sprain, Tommy John surgery should be off the table, but how do we know nothing else is going on in there? Can we be sure the injury had enough time to heal completely, or, as Al suggested, might the Phillies have rushed him back to market him at the trade deadline?

It all remains to be seen, but whether you own Cliff Lee or are looking to trade for him, you shouldn't be counting on him to save your season. 

Justin De Fratus, #30
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
2131.12.87027
 
Grady Sizemore, #24
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
62.231182155
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 60
Roberto Hernandez, #27
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
48106.04.255471
 
News
Phillies pitcher Roberto Hernandez just missed out on a quality start Tuesday.

Hernandez fell into trouble early, giving up two runs in the first two innings. A first inning double by Pablo Sandoval accounted for the first run, while a Brandon Crawford ground out drove in the second run the following inning. Hernandez was able to settle in for two innings at that point, but a Hunter Pence solo home run ended that streak in the fifth. Hernandez did pitch into the sixth, but was removed after giving up a walk.

Hernandez was awarded with a no-decision. He’s set to take on the Diamondbacks in his next start. 

Ben Revere, #2
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
92.2954411228
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 82
Darin Ruf, #18
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
10.1181110
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 4, OF - 1
News
The Phillies have recalled outfielder/first baseman Darin Ruf from Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Ruf, who has missed most of the season due to knee and wrist injuries, is batting .265 with no home runs, three doubles and eight RBI in 13 July games.
Kyle Kendrick, #38
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
410125.24.873577
 
News
Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick just missed out on a quality start Friday against the Diamondbacks.

Kendrick lasted 5 2/3 innings, giving up three runs on six hits. Kendrick struck out five and walked one during the outing. Kendrick was excellent early on, tossing five scoreless innings to open the game. Things started to fall apart in the sixth inning. Kendrick managed to get two outs, but loaded the bases. He was removed from the game at that point. Antonio Bastardo entered the game, and immediately gave up a grand slam. Three runs were charged to Kendrick. 

The Phillies exploded on offense, giving Kendrick the win. With the win, he improved to 5-10 on the year. His next start is slated against the Mets.