Saturday, February 13, 2016

Phillies Blogathon: Hour 49

Phillies and Cardinals records in each pitchers' starts.

Phillies Blogathon: Hour 49


The Cardinals had a losing record record in games Chris Carpenter started this season. He is scheduled to take the hill in Game 3 against Cole Hamels Tuesday in St. Louis.

Here are the Phillies' and Cardinals' records when each of their pitchers started in 2011:

Roy Halladay 32    24-  8   Chris Carpenter 34    16-18
Cliff Lee 32 22-10   Jake Westbrook 33 18-15
Cole Hamels 31 18-13   Jaime Garcia 32 19-13
Roy Oswalt 23 11-12   Kyle Lohse 30 17-13
Vance Worley 21 16-  5   Kyle McClellan 17 9-  8
Kyle Kendrick    15 7-  8   Edwin Jackson 12 8-  4
Joe Blanton 8 4-  4   Lance Lynn 2 1-  1
        Miguel Batista 1 1-  0
        Brandon Dickson    1 1-  0
We encourage respectful comments but reserve the right to delete anything that doesn't contribute to an engaging dialogue.
Help us moderate this thread by flagging comments that violate our guidelines.

Comment policy: comments are intended to be civil, friendly conversations. Please treat other participants with respect and in a way that you would want to be treated. You are responsible for what you say. And please, stay on topic. If you see an objectionable post, please report it to us using the "Report Abuse" option.

Please note that comments are monitored by staff. We reserve the right at all times to remove any information or materials that are unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable. Personal attacks, especially on other participants, are not permitted. We reserve the right to permanently block any user who violates these terms and conditions.

Additionally comments that are long, have multiple paragraph breaks, include code, or include hyperlinks may not be posted.

Read 0 comments
comments powered by Disqus
About this blog

Boop – who goes by Bob Vetrone Jr. when he is undercover or paying bills – has been at the Daily News since 1982, after working for five years at the Philadelphia Bulletin up to its closing. Along with helping to build the sports scoreboards most nights, he has had great input into the papers’ special sports pullouts – March Madness, Broad Street Run, Record Breakers, Greatest Moments – as well as its day-to-day, award-winning event coverage.

A 1980 graduate of North Catholic, he took some evening college courses. Those lasted right up until the first conflict with a Big 5 doubleheader.

His favorite books growing up were the NBA Guide and the Baseball Encyclopedia, which was, for all intents and purposes, the Internet before there was an Internet.

He has been immersed in sports statistics since the early 70s, when his father (long-time sports writer, broadcaster and the Daily News’ Buck The Bartender), would take him into the Bulletin newsroom overnight in the summer and let him update the Phillies statistics in a little, black spiral notebook. But things have changed tremendously in the decades since … He now uses a big, black spiral notebook.

To listen to Boop on 94WIP, click here.

Reach Bob at

Bob Vetrone Jr.
Latest Videos:
Also on
letter icon Newsletter